London Lloyd Evening Post, May 14, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 14, 1764, London, Middlesex VE NING Vol. XIV.] From MONDAY, May 14, to WEDNESDAY, May 16, 1764. [Numb. 1068. T UE'S DAY, May 15. S CO T L A N D. JEdfahurgh, Mayg. Saturday fe'nnight, one Rachel Robercfon, of the parifli of Touch, who was apprehended and ordered tpoe carded to Aberdeen , ;prifon, oppnfyfpicion of |> chihi?m4Jir&r, was upon, the *qa� rarc&ly earned off, tta^ dp^of night, by jfiw ff^atj. TJ�e }att letter from Qenoa brought an account, that a great number of Engliflt ffiips were arrived there with wheat, which was immediately bought up by the agents of Rome and-Naples. Yefteraay Lord Clfve gave,an elegant.entertainment to the Right Hon. (GieorgeoQren-t; ville, the Secretaries of State, .and ieveral of ikk NobiKty, at his houfe in Berktey-(qaare. * William Chetwynd, jun. Efq^ isi appointed , Keep^r.ofhis'VIaiefty's Tennis?-ooks of the late Benjamin ; Mendez da Cofta, Efq; that he gaye ajviy in ' charity to tha poor and indigent C* dmerjnt nations and religions, to the amount (y.jdcjol.^ annually for 30 years. ITo ibeEpiTO* {/Lloyd'sEvening i'o hung byrhis note, others, by hfe -ears^ -feveral by .Tiisf 'tail, andthereft aflai|ed his legs; it was im-poiHble the poor periecuted'animal could any; ways: defend himfelf; he did, however, his utmoft, till at laft his tongue was pulled out, -and. .heibellowed; moft* hideoufly- With1} the jex* tremity of agonizing pain. But he^ad hot; y;et fufFered enough, for the dogs were Hifiperniit-ted to worry Turn 5- till atlaft onedfthfefn feiz*1 inghim by the molt tender part, ;he fpftantly dropped, not able to bear t&e. excruciating torture, and expired in a fewjmiriutes. Would this.be permitted inEngland ? -No. Is it'not charafteriftic of the natioa that permit's1 it? Yes. _ Yours, &c. S.;N May 15, 1764 QEVERJL Gentlemen, of the County , ofJCent are dejiraus of a GentralMstting of. the GentUtnen of the Counties, of JC&Ttiiand Surry tobe held at the. George-Inn. at 'Wefierham^ Monday tie z8tA Day of, this Injiant> May Eieiten of the Clock in the. Forenoon,-to casfiaer of an application to Parliaments for', e&taiajxg a,, turnpike on the Roads leading from. W.rotham, Htafhfturnpike in the Cpifftty of .Kent,, to Godal-: pitn in the County of Surry, for theJ^urpaJi.of. .itn$ft& *kt Doth, of Chatham aiidjftsttjnlouib. Birrs c o ElnoH^dfeas Jewellers and Goldfpihhs, Jt,tJ�e.Xn�f * Kings inCheipfide, near St. PauVSj^qW.fellio^.^eryt^e^p,-- for ready Money, H E greateft Chpice ;of ^Igce,.! either New or Secondrhai>d, .^%thei�ft.eleg8itf: Tafte, both-^feful and ornapaentjal j alfi^.rin the province of Adell, in the inferior Ethiopia, whofe falls grow to To .prodigious a bigne/s, as to Weigh^tw?nty-�ve pounds a-piece. 1 remem-.feei^o-haye i^a^d this fame piece of hiltory in ^feftie Other Author, whom! cannot at prefent recollect, with this addition, trtat the tail fometimes encreafes to a confidefably larger �ze, and,.as k fattens, the body of the jtoor fliee^.d^cays j ib that if it henbt cut off, o> at leaft ifcmethiipg done by the owner, to ftb|ifraU th^fetich1 jjiities, which ought to nbnjiih the body of the &eep, from' flowing into it, 'th* tail foexha,ufts and-weaken* the'iody, that at laft the |KWr .treature, unable to carry it about, Or Maintain it any longer, falls, a i^cri-' fice to ife -fet overg'bwn taflj the t^Jvalfo, unable, to thbffiflti^elf, dies wath the^pHyj and both �re wlui^-'^^r^tivres of ^teyy ortenk^poa die^arth t'ogtft11-- Teem To unworthy the exqoiirte MM' gkeat Creator climc^l^tp-'fl^niang, that, this popr o^atfqre isf^^85%j%vt-Y dence faftom-f^rt&et' bhtm'w fiiahkind, than at iirft. aOTears, by beimHi'fiving or reprefentatioS^T^ne depute: W&Wity or otaer, in^Wlim^an or:pp^caJ &' which tb^ar^ ^afiiiad to avoid, Sythe'fad , then % iheep, in if s proper ferm > and n^toral, ftate Q�^iaik V^^^^Sl to be an ehibhim j^aid itU not a'^al o��:aei-ther) of fome ^eH-reguIafe^d mte &':V$ag-dom, of wh>fe ^tr'ade and riches" Ic^&ed thereby, the ^xcr�6ient$ wdpl jf p adftjra-� ^'araral hi^rbglyphidc j efpeq^;0fl* we fupp^e,ferpnce?.Mfithy^boa^ l^lhe-meep'^asiSeAclne^^fea of^f&d* and opulehse arifiSjg^froni wool,i ^aUdPhYr'do-meftic manuf^aurWit;  "wv*a ' In fhis cafe, the, when'grown.*i;6ihi9 enormpus fiee, is a very apf repreJerit^tfoh of on life toa qaH#,!Ta;'^t^'dfj^Me^t^meiv> fions is- to our cattle, kb cqverrth^ranc|-ori� fice of the body,* arid to '^flttHe^pili^oar hot furhmer/days ^'b.qt when Vuffereif,'to1en-cfreafeto fo prbfligibiis a nu^n^ii^B tfrTlave fuch large p^y^as'toexh'auft'tfie' pairifut^et- ploy*d ^hentft^ves.'; and even  dra^ijfie common-wealth itfelf of fti money, whichjSSght to^pw in th\e veinsjf trade .And tcSftrnlrce among th^ peepjfe V- Jn^?confti5ttie1: me^tail of a-State or^IQhKdomj wnofe ehcreafeitatH^ 'As it is:certa)$fy^i!gr^at b^Hhefs of e>ery State to keep jts^ail/witlifn asrmoderate yfize -ak- poffibleVih^der to the putting 'this;'p^ece . bf Stirte Oie^fi#^i�ptac\ice, natdrehprfelf \ has fet cer^itt infalBMe marks oatHo'fe pee- ;

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