London Lloyd Evening Post, May 21, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 21, 1764, London, Middlesex S EVENIN Vol. XIV.] From MONDAY, May 21, co WEON* TOAY, iVh.y 23 : ^4 (Nu T-U E S D AV, May 22. IRELAND. Dublin-Caftle, May 12. jgfesajg;*. HIS day, after the Lord Lieu-Ip^sSQ tenant had given the Roy-W^S&i a* Affent to Several Bills, his Excellency made the following fpeech to both Houfes of Parliament. My Lord- and Gentlemen, As the advanced feafon of the year, and the conclusion of public bufinefs, mult make you defi-rous of returning to your reSpective countries, I can with the moft entire Satisfaction put an end to this Seffion of Parliament, in which your ibrang profeffions of duty and affection to his Majefty have been amply and- moft honourably fulfilled: your fteady attention to | liis Majefty's fervice, and to the welfare of \ his people, has enabled me to carry on the 1 frufinefs entrufted to me-with the utmoft eafe and fatisfaclion to myfelf; and I have no doubt, that as you will receive juit honour and credit, fo the kingdom in general will reap fubftantial and permanent advantages from ypur conduS, which has anfwered my moft Sanguine exgj^ajigos, a^d.engaged my warmr eft gratitude^ {J^'f^^a^w^ the greatefl; confidence, as if lia^ps "Majefty's1 repeated' commands to ikitySffi^iihMs name,. For. -the happy tempei1 y�tj H^e'prefa'ved ifi your de-liberatic^^^i^l^^^and^^^on'at^ concert yfra -%^,mmJ0M. tc&%%&fflndtiij of the Cr^w-n r �afelo^lt and pitiM*atiich- iha governmen'tj'^n^rt^rit^^^S^fe^^^i &nt_ ,---------------- 0----,-. -*v**F~J:r-w have "expreflecLQf ^hO&wife andialutAry'mea 'fdre^wfeich.haye't%fiiinated- in a"n honour-: ab% advantageous, and7, we may hope, a lading reace'. Your. firinneTs and refolution in declaring.your equal regard for our excellent conftitution''in", 'chiirch -and ftate, and your tfrong alid explicit affertion of thofe principles of true liberty and;found_ policy upoh vvHich it is founded, and your impartial care in Securing the legal rights and properties of all order's of men in the nation, aie'particu-larly acceptable to his Majefty, as'a clear and in oil agreeable ppof of your hearty zeal-fOr the honour an.i juit prerogative of his Crown Bur his 'Majt-lly'i experienced regard for the happintis ,.n welfare of all his iubje&s, and the,peculiar delight h** takes in the affections and confide;.ce-of a free people, muft give you a'ftrongcr-ajTiirance than words can con^ ey, rhVt^cu have crptled yourfelves to the certain'returns of his royal favour: and that \yhile "this, b'-havirur is pieferved on your parts, you may depend upon ?11 poflible countenance and protection from a King, whoSe fi^bphiefs is knowr to fo efientially con-reefed with that of his people.  i^-'Cpcnfutne* hf.thf'h. -ujr oj Commons, " Pam to retarhhiiMajefty's Thanks to you, particularly for the neceffary provificn fo ohearfi^ly made by you for the fnporr: of his ^gflyern/nient. You have ihewn your care for v^gsiij-blic, by reducing the intceft, which l|iSm''.gra;liiail\ -to the-reduction of the'prin-4"i>'aI''-'of the national debt. And you may be fefdy that nie confluence you have placed fei'm'e 'for railing a ium of mcney to Supply unf'dentkncy in thefsinds granted by you,, fhall not be employed, unleis the neceffity fhall be apparent as yjj have already experienced in the like cucumit.ine-�s, under the two preceding administrations. My Lords ana Gt/ittetnen, I have nothing to recommend to you but that when you return to your feveral countries, you will ufe your ut/noft endeavours and influence to inculcate and cultivate among your conftituents and^dependants the fame loyalty and affection for the King, the fame religious attention to the laws and conftitution of your country, the fame- regard for the right? and properties of all parts and numbers ojf the community, that you have {hewn to bp the ruling principles of your own conduct during your attendance in Parliament. iBy reminding them of his Majefty's determined refolution to-maintain the happy conftitution they have fo long enjoyed, you will engage them to reft fecure in a well-grounded confidence in hi; royal protection; and never to Suffer nritaker: apprehenfions of grievances,or caufe lefsjeaiouh.es, to interrupt thattranquillity and good order, which is the fountain'of all political happiaefs, the Source and fupport of all induftry, coni-merce, and national imprcve-liieht, amLisalfb the conftant uniform object oftftebe'fl ^TJJsPgs. ,| fegjVf ijaFhow,to exprefs myfelf in return f^rfiS^flfi;;^f^br the behaviour of the na-t^r. \it^g^|ie||i:, 'towards me during my reii- ^^'�^i^c^iofpy admiaiftration is ftill the, fii^#^^SKiae,^asJaicr^jt to the;: fidely^,.^d probity"Qf"fiis'Maiefty's fubjects here, in' which I placed a confidence,- that, I find, has.not.deceived me. This will,confirm theftrongreprefentatiohl fhall certainly make to, his Majefty, on my return into his royai pfefence, of your loyal and affectionate zeal for his fervice,  � I fhall be the more fparing in my prcfefiions to you, as I have fa much reaJpu to hop:- y u are already convinced that I hold myfelf bound by every obligation to exert my belt endeavours to lupport, and promote your welfare : And that no practicable plan for the fervice of Ireland will ever be declined or -neglected by me, in wlratever fituatiorj I may be placed : But none caja be more agreeable to me, than that in which I have now the honour of being employed-by his Majefty, and in which I have; found fuch a fupport from a loyal and affectionate people in the fervice of a moft gracious King. L Q N DO N. , Letters from France give an account of a quarrel at Montanban, between theKing's Advocate, and a liie-guard-rr.an, relative to the affair of the Duke ue St. James, at Tho'jloufc, whofe conduct the Soldier vindicated ; in which' fhe Advocate was run thro' the body. Laft night the difpatches were fent from the Eait-India Houfe, to be put on-board the Solebay ar.d Prince cf Wales Eaft-Indiaman, in order for thofe fhips to get round to Portsmouth, with the Kent, by the latter end of thf week; at which time Lord Clive is expected th.ere to embark for the Eaft-Indie?.- [Price Two-pen-, e Halfpenrvy.} Yelterday mc-r- ing early, the c-.rpfe of the ' late Lord Fone^eue wui earned ir, i\z ins dwell;.ig-houfe in Mount ftreet, near Ur- .vs-nor-fquare,>-in order to be interred in 'rcl '.-v'. Sunday n'ght, about twelve o'clock, a r:ie-  lancholy accident happened at Mr, Pennington's, a Haberdafher, on Ludga*��-hill : A fr-vant maid fell afleep on the beufiu", and inadvertently lef- iter candle buruii,- iC^-r her, that her cloaths' took fire; the  re foon alarmed by her cries, and t! iC na i,,es fpread over her lb quick, that as fut.n as i^lr.-Pennington entered the, room, he-founa h^r in an entire blaze ; he t k off �� th ' is hands as much as he could of the burning cloaths, and extinguifh-d the re?It, lv ,,re;Ti g upon her one of her gowns. The Servant was fent to an hofpital, but with little hopes cf recovery. Sunday evening, as two young fellows were, coming-into town in a Single horfe chaife* turning off of the New Road to come for' Gray's-inn-lane, the reins being in unikilful and obftinate hands, one of the fhafes ran againtt a man's fide, and broke two of his ribs. Thurfday laft the tall woman, who has lately made a Snow of herfelf at Iflington andf-other"'places, was committed to New Prifon,-Clerkenwell, by Walter-Berry, Efq; for an af-fault, and detained for afTaulting the Confta-ble and Headborough in the execution of their-office. for Lloyb's Evening Post. Writtm exter/ipore upon feeing the Earl of Norths jjm berland returning frcm ckjing this Se�ian'i of farhament, May i'2,.1764. } ^ IE 7 HE N from the rigid northern zone VV The flrepherd'-views the parting fun -' Send forth its lateft ray', With dreary thoughts now fill'd his bre'aft,"-..' . His Sadden'd eye-jfegafds the weft, He mourns the lofs of day. An half year's abSence he deplores Of that hleit luminary's pow'rs, Which bids all nature fmile ; But our bright.fun withdraws a-pace, For more, alas! than thrice that Space, From this grief-darken'd iile. O ! may his wifh'd return, once more, , To us that age of gold reftore, Which Poets only feign ; Like Fliny, may he rife to Same, -And hy deputed acts proclaim A Second Trajan's reign.- Dulli't!. � CO~U R S E of E'XCH A N G �. Trim Cast'aigne's Paper, May 22. Madrid, 3?i. Bilboa, gaorn, 4SI a I. AmS. 36 6 a i azUf. Ditto it/fight, 36 4. RvU. �:-& 7 . * Antutrj--, no price. Ham?. 34 102? Uf. 1'atis, 1 dvy's ue, ^o\. Ditto, a Ufenctf, 3c]. Bcurdu2i:x ditto,' 3c|. CaVJiz, -,3. � T/

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