London Lloyd Evening Post, March 14, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

March 14, 1764

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Issue date: Wednesday, March 14, 1764

Pages available: 8

Previous edition: Monday, March 12, 1764

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1761 - 1800

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 14, 1764, London, Middlesex E V E Vol. XIV.] From WEDNESDAY, March 1.4, to FRIDAY, March 16, '1764. [Numb. 10.1.2. THURSDAY, March 15,. L O N D O N. ^^M^^^HEY write frpm.Branden- burg, and other parrs of - j -w- %J0r\ Germany,, that the diitem-fik t per among the horned cattle P^vP vvas very mae^ at)ated,' which has been effected by hanging four-or five onions about the beaft's -neck directly after they are taken - ill and will not eat. Thofe onions draw the infeftion out, -and look' the next day as if they had been boiled- This remedy is,ta be repeated ieveral times, and the qnions,which have been ufed are to be buried in a deep hole ; and, in a few days after, the cattle are taken with a running at the nofe, which carries off. that difterri per. It is alfo proper at that time to hang up fome onions 'in.the di---itenrp^red cattle's {tables. Yellc;'Jay Gapt. Thoinpfon of the Calcutta, ftationed for Bombay; Webb, of the London, lor Madeira and Baajfepy?;' 'Cap't. Lafcellcs, of the York, for Bombay, and China ; and.Capr. Chick, of;the Anfonj for Madeira and Bombay, all in the-Eaft+IndiaCorh-pany's fervice, took their leave,of ItdiejCourt .of Directors, i'h order to proceed'.pri. .their voyages., ". ' / . Yelterday at a General Court of Ithe *Ru$a .Company, at their Court Room over the. Kojjal Exchange, after .debate,, the queilion iibsrng put, Whether an'Agent was neceifaryor not ?� � On a divifioovit-'pafle^,' intbe affimaB^f%i'^ .tertainment was provided at the Kitig!srArms Tavern, in .Corah-ill,-at which were prefent the Earl? of Sandwich, -Egmont, and Halifax, with feveral other pertons of 'diitin&ion', and M. De GrPffe, Minifter from th�-Emprefs'of The Right Hon. theiLords of the Trea&ry .have been pleafed to: appoint-Mri.'Lancelot . Adney to be a LanthvaiDeri in the "-port of London, in the room of Mr. Richard 7Green,' �lately deceafed.'' rifoners to'the enfuing a'ffizes for %he'-cotfnty of Devon, 'many of whom are for '.capital offences. " :,' ' To /^Editor of Lloyd's Evening Post.; Sir, \ { Shall beg leave; frill to offer to the publick'. jL fornc arguments andreaibns in addition to ' thofe in my former letters, to fhew the juftice and expediency of granting to Ireland a fri'? and open trade; iff-juftice ihe is entitled :^' this, as being frfie^ftdrn, and linked to her' filler iile : in heirfmp to all thofe advantages, that a- n^ur-y.lfreed&m, a"free' and equal gj-' verQUJi^ftt eah give her: in expediency alfo this,'indulgence ought to "be aLowed her, as all benefits fee maV regeive thereby muft in a great meafure be djlfjifed through this iile, and . the fecuri t'y''and iptqrefts of both be fettled^ i"u a 'more equal balance. ;: The portion of corn expended- by ] fuc'h o|f. the.Iriin -Gentry. as. pay temporary j vuits./io this,-: jile, and by. fuch perfons* of; fbrt-nne as aEerefidentoheirc% is immenfe and J inconceivable.; all indulgences, then, freely ^rppor.uon Ireland raay gain and grow into vyeklth by the :'aL>>uce of a free-trade, in .�gland b; tiearlj the fktne proportion will E ar;d her fuL/jects be eafed. Let, then, all .. hx.dr.i'ly. jol'i iu the Cc:rr.;tor. Ca-.-f;,' divefi theinieives of prejudice, and par-^ �ciai diftinclibn. Lec them (as it,tends to their mutual advantage and fafety) .deal.out that liberty of trade to their fiffer- ifle, which bountiful nature has fitted her for, and points out to their view, and. for .their in tereft. Trade carried on in its/full extent will introduce an increafe of inhabitants, induSry, ancl-corde-quently of wealth"; wtalthwill foller and feed the ambition of man, induce and f� ivim on � 'tb Teek for that fource whence ail honours flow, where new. alliances may be-made, and intefefb ferved. Where, then, is that foujjcejo be fought for .p In this iile, and iii this metropolis, where" e'veryTenfe is courted 1?^all.the variety � .of, beauty',/.pleafure, elegance,.- a-nd gput; fo. that the. grea.teil part of taat yvcifilth, vvhicli the individuals. oif Ireland; aiay.gajnjby'e� trade, wbu^i;unayqidably.jceatre^jin ^tnjis/me .'^ ^j(ppc(^v,.An exte,r.&*e -.dcd ;'o,nitrnited tra^,jv|ll command the-cpsnd^ce aiid. engage" 'the, rpfjTect of .diiiaat^i^ti^s,-y/,il^jp.rpve^a nurfery; fo-, feamen, jjy^d sS^it ,wfl^reas,an idle, unbufy- fate-wiitfejwrsbe' i I ^Aa4fe that diffufcdrpT�kf�ae/-an^-fpHd- famfe^oa-vjhich niu|^H -^neral conlideratipns and focial, feelings-? His .faculties- great, ;and extenfive,iis foul cap^'eJK>�^s ?a^d a|pmhg�..will iexer,prefs forward.'t6war"ds: that^n^cite ^nd bou/ndlefsdine whach\takes.m of created beings'; vvhereas/a narfowi/^rtiifh, and circumfe'ribed being," will, (thrpuyl'i p�r-J'p]exiues, fretfulnefs,,ran4, repinings) ^^to 4t3/,bwn troubles- Snu -diforders, -6Ua^rUt5|ncl num the in ner favour muft be ta'ucfi.enlarged. [price TwS-pence Halfpenny.] ;