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   Morning Chronicle And London Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 16, 1775, London, Middlesex                                carried 6pp i�5PP j ,900 1,009 800 that 'Lord away*    - t.-. x �� -r . , -     .'... tb.tnf r/ji. tifey*will j^uje tfiejnfiHve*u&d$r. tH profe��on, of ajby gppwer tba,t will :$^^eiir part,^qi^W|i;^|]i.eir arm* in. ^hfir ^rjdsi ine're .penftona ttfatla he granted ori,this,.ciia-bljftwient� ye* near.ten jthgufand po� nds per annum have, within this ihprt *ime, been added to t%,pei>ftor�J{ftt,diiripg,the prefentyerj? ^�^li|e *ver� fj^ptclw T ', ,. jful w^i^ " > Ml' jervants areVj^^ic^laVly'"caiitiorie^.. to. Iguard :firee,t doors, 'attejr-.^rlc, 'as -rr^ny "da ring CATpUTS, GAUZES, PERSIANS, MODES, 'RIBBANDS, 'G6nififtSiig: THREAD LACES, BLOND      Do. BLACK     Po. SlEN'sah^. WOMEN's-LEATHER G'Lt)VES> Wkh-Tuh'dry othet H'abdraaflfery'GdodS^ -. To be viewed to the time of fale;, and-Catalogues delivered.. ;on^the premifts, and &% Me/|rs. ELDERS T(5N's, Bow Church-yard. . ,      : t By  Meffrs.  EL D E R TO N. At their Warehoufe in Bow-Church'Yard, Thuffday.the i^hinftant, (Wi'thbht referve) AB OUT One "ft Uh dred . Pieces of S u per -1, fine BROAD C'L'OTH, :beihg tlie' Stock of ftlr. JAMES" DOWDIN-O,  of   Trowbriage in Wilt-i fhire.-Alfo, ' About One;Hundred Pieces of LIVERIES arid-SECONDS, being a further part of the Stock of-Mr. HENRY CAREY, late of Shepton Mallet, deceafed. r. 'v"'"! t , ;g^> To be viewed This Day, and to the Sale, when Catalogues may be-had at MeflVs. ElderVon'ih Bo*v-Cliurch-Yard aforefaid.   To-begin -at Eleven' o'clock.     - Two months prompt. For   SALE   by   the   CANjDLE.     � At tire New York Coffee-houfe, Sweeting's Alley,-Corrihiir, , ' . . On Wednesday the ijch,. and Thurfday the i6th of February next, H E  following  GOODS,  viz. Skins. 'About 6,700 Bear. * - i6,soo Otter � 2,930 Fiiher 35,000 Martin 5i3co Wolf 150 Wolverin 7,800 Cat 3,500 Mink 3,900 Fox 43,000 Raccoon "Jar. ' Tt ,1? a' cor^uipa'pja'fti^^ 'mifcr^nt? to kftock'' g�nily at *nje'door, "Jinp "if they find a "chain'yg,'.'-to pretend fdrne ^x-tr^pVdinary ^ulfin^'fs with the'rhafte.r or rhif-"trefs of :lEe hotife ; fuch ; as a letter from a friend, .or avm"eiHge from fome tradefman. A f^>p was.ftrjpp^d.afew nights fince by t"his. ^^&^f'M^^y^^'fi6' a�ejn.p;t of this far^r'was pade.'uppn an. houfe in/Bucklerf- lbWy:l^FR^Sy/�^fnT�g' 'Perhapa -If^e frequency of.h'oufe breaking at this feafon may pe plaufibly accounted for by the many i'n-ftances of falfe lenity, that has been fhewn convicted criminals of "this iliamp..; but if every hpufe^ee^er would provide. ;himfelf with a blunderbufs to- fecu're his property -f the ^gener^l effipacy .of fuch '(expeditions juftice wduidi very fhpjrt-iy be experienfed. Friday laft three of Sir John; Fielding's people .took fix fufpicious perfons ata^iaufe in Jewi.nrfireet  one of whom was concerned in the atrocious robbery of Mrs. Scaxher's hpu(e -at Brentwood, Effex. The Bifhop of Rochefler was laft week married to the relict of the late Mr. Juftice 'Yeaties. " .   . \ On Saturday died atJflington Mr. Andrew' Robbins, of Clifford's inn. On Friday laft died Mr. George Davy, an eminent attorney, in partnerihip with Mr. Donne, of Caftlc-yard, Holborn. . Axiergyman:\Vri6 frequently attends con-, demned crimjminais in the Prefs-yard, ob-1        /j4,5oo toufquaih fervesj that it is their common - declaration,. I ab^cbo Deer", Indian half drefled. that window-bells and little dogs give morej Catalogues of which will tepublifhed in due time by trouble in breaking into, a houfe than any .other fecurity whatever; therefore every in-: habitant mould take care to be provided in that manner. On Saturday |6 prifdners were tried at; the feffion at the-Oid Ba^iley, 2 of whom were capitally convifted, viz. Lyon Elan, a Jew, a notorious fwinaler, for forging a receipt for a.6ol. with an intent to defraud Wm. Hart and Go. and James Stewart, who made., his efcape after haying.received fentence of tran fpprtatiou at the laft feflion, for being found at large before the expiration of the time for which he bad received fentence to be tran fported ; John Martin was call for tranfpor tation for 14 years, for receiving goods, knowing them to be ftolen; 6 were caft for transportation for 7 years j 1 was branded in the hand ; 1 privately whipped, and 5 were acquitted i PR-ICES of BUTCHERS MEAT at LEADEN-HALL-MARKET during the Courfe of the Laft ' Week, \ lilonday, Jan. 91-r�-Veal, 3s. icd. to as. 8d. Pork, 3s. 6d.'to as. 8d. Mutton, is. 8d. to as. ad. Beef,'3s. od. to as. o^. � Tuefday, Jan.' io. ^-- Veal, 4s. cd. to 2s. 6d. Pork, 3s. 2d. to-2s. icd. Mutton, as. gd. to as. ad. Beef, 3$. od. to as. od. Wednefday, Jan. 11.Veal, 4s. 4d. to as. gd. Pork, 49.' afl; to 28. iod. Mutton, as. Jed. to as. ad. Beef, 3s. od. to as. ad. Thurfday, Jan. ia.----Vealj ^s. 2d. to as 6d. Pork; 3. 8d. to is. 8d. .Miitton, as. iod. to as, 4d.-Beef, 3s. cd. to as. 2d. .Friday, Jan. 13. -iVeal, 4s. cd. to as. 8d." Pork', 3s. 8d. to 2s. 83. Mutton, 2S^,9d. to 2s.-2d; Beefj 3s. ad."to ii. ad. 'Saturday, Jan. 14. � - Veal, 4s. 4-!. to 2s. $d. Pork, jgi ad., to as, rocfi Mutton,' as. iod. to as, 4a.' Beef,, 3s, 4d; to as, 2d.   . ,    Raw Hides from al. to ias. ROBINSON, GOAD, and ROW, Brokers. For SALE by tRe  GANDL F.! At Garraway's Coffee-houfe, Exchange Alley, jCornhill, ..On Thurday next, A Five o'clock in the Afternron, HE Following GOODS, Viz. 50 Barrels American Pot Afhes. jo Casks Feccia Afhes. .   ~ 1 Ditto Pe -rl ditto. 74 Ditto Port Argol damaged. 5 Bales Madder Roots. 20 GwtiAnatto.    . 12 Bags Orchilla Weed. 4 Cwt. TortoiKfhell. And other Gdods. Catalogues of which will be timely delivered, by P. METIVIER and J. MAUGER, Brokers, No. 13, Bearbinder Lane. To  be  SOLD, THE Firft HOUSE, fituate on the weft fide of Parliament ftr.e.et, oppofite to the Duke of Richmond's, No. .a; from the lamps, being'a large arid convenient houfe, "ftt'for a gentleman's family, and in good repair. The houfe commands an exten-flve and an agreeable yiew over the river Thames, into the counties of Kent and Surry. For further particulars, enquire of Mr. Buckle, in Caftle-yard, HolbOrne. CJAL LECTUK'EJ. \vilr b^::'.;-.- JiYfr <' nVSct, "at-the New i'heatre 01 "St. 'i hu...    : pital, at Tvv-eive.'o'clcckj. M U S IC   and .. D 1A N C I N-G4 This Day ispublijhid, Price ll. is. 6d. ANew SET of COTILLONS 3 ibemufic and ftyures entirely new, and both cdmjjpfecl hyMonf. DELATRE, Dancing-mafterj :No� haj Three King Court, Lombard-ftreet, CornBill; ' ... Alfa two,new MlNUET.Sj .compofed by. the famei To which will be added, a QVApRiLj (being, the -Grit ever puMifiled in England) With proper and, accurate explanations for the' different figures therein contained, with notes to the.changes*of' tUnes." ..To m|ke.'the; whole mp Ceting's Alley, Royal Exchange ;-v/here..-nay-be hidy-MonW De-J|.tre's other bepks of Cotillo.ns0'&s..as well as at his ^ .houfe^ as aboye,, or at any^Mufi^Shop in town, :':B RA ND Y,j W IN E,   &c.    ' ' Tn be D I S P O SED -bf, nbHE LEASE and GOOD WILL of a6 .Jt old. and well-eftabyihed,HOTJSE aqd yAULTS as'any in' thebufmefsj-fituated in the _ cer^tej'. ofj the city, and'noW in fuUah'd exten'five trade, boihwhpie-Tale-and retail. Fer particulars^ apply to Z. O. at in-.e.bar. of the: George ..and Vulture 'Tavern, Cofn-hiir, bet ween "the hours of one-and three, 7his Bay are fublijhed. In one very large volume, 4W price; bound.ll. 5s. ARGUMENTS and, DECISIONS, in remarkable Cafes,,before the High .Court of juf* ticiary, and other Supreme^Gdurts in Scotland. Col* Isflsa by'Mr: Maclaurin, advocate.' > Srtmihi fai audita, IdijUi, fit rtumme Veftrd ' Pandereres alta nodteetGaliginemerfas.: Prjntedfor Joha.Bell, Edinburgh; and.fold by PayHe,"Mewfi'Gate ;. E. and C. Qilly in the Poultry and J. Murray, Fleet-ftreet, London. - Where alfo may be Had, 1. An Inftitute of the laws of Scotland, in four? books, in the order of Sir George Mackenzie's Infti-tutions.of thatkjw; by John Erfkine, Efq; of Car-nbek, advocate; fometime profeffor of Scots law,in the uriivefficy of Edinburgh j in a vols."folio ; price al. Ss. bound.. 3. Regiam Majeftatem : .the auld lawes and con-IJitutionsbf Scotland 5 by Sir John Skene, 4W, price ll. is. bound. .  3.-Lord:Kame's Statute-law of Scotland abTidged, with hifiorieal notes, Svo. 6s. bound. *       This day is publijhed, price is. 6d. A New Edition,   being the. Tenth,   of SALIVATION not neceflary for the Cure 1 of the VENEREAL DISEASE, in any Degres whatever, and all Gleets curable: with a variety of Examples, fe'edTed from'Six Hundred and Seventy Cafes, legally proved jn Weftminfter Hall. To thefe areaiinexedother particular cafes of the Venereal Dif-eafe, Leprofy, and Scurvy. By CHARLES HALES, Late Surgeon in the Savoy Hofpital. Eftablifhed by Order of the Right Hon. Field Marina Earl Ligonier, for the"fole purpofe of dembnflrating to his Majefty George the Second, the Autlior's skill ins curing, all ftages pf the Venereal Difeaie, without. Salivation, Printed for J.AImbri, oppofite ffurtington-houfe, Piccadil'y ; W. Goldfriiith, Paternoftef-row ; T. Waters, South Au'dIey-frrcet,'GrofvenoT*Square ; and J. Millidge, at the Printing-ofiicej? in Ruffel-iireet> Co-vent-Garden. .,/�- S H IP    NEWS. Deal, Jan. 13: Wind S. W. blows Tiard. Arrived and-'(ailed .'10c the'Creek, the "Naples, JefFeries, from Naples.; Remain the Poyvns, tlie ifhips as per laft, t|ie Price Erig"ate, Jp^nfbn, for Jamaica; Newnham/ Hoskins",'fer^ewnh'arh; SaUj�ury,'>TaYve.r, for Po:tf-mbuth; CBrWa'n? Biirkej fof'Africa; Bal^rriore, Hen-; rick; for fklarylSrtd, and N6rr6Ik, Grinda'i, for South .Carolina. ' .  "' -  .7 -      j Deal, Jan..14, ; WjindS.;W;blows'hard. Remains in the Downs, the inips' as before, and the Nancy; ThompTon, for Liverpool. _ Gravefend, Jan. 13. paft by die Frienafliip, Cpr-mack, from Lifboh i Hudfbri; Kendaf, from Honduras; An^4ca,Welfh/from Antigua, and-theAhierifca; Rogers, from ;New York. Sailed tlie Earl of OrfordjjQhnfon, for Grenades Minerva, Addifoh, for Venice ;. Charles, Atchifon, for - Rotterdam ; Sdrah andElizab'etfi, Foot, for Jamaica^; and the N. S. del Carfnina, Aiinoy; for Sp'^ih. , At Dover, the Generous Friends, Nairne, from Ma-ryland. 1 At Limerick, Duke of Gloucester, Kelly, from rBriftol. 7  . At Salem, Betfey, Rogers, from Ne\vfoundlarid. At Waterfoid, i'olly, Clements,'frh'Newfoundlandi , Arjarnaica, Ann,' Hutchins, from Briftol^ahd But{ qorob, Phillips, from Philadelphia. At Cor^', Merry wood, M'Carty, from Jamaica. PORT1' of LONDON,  Jan. 14,   ,775. ENTERED   INWARDS. From SeviPe,'- the Hdpe, Lambert.     0 . Carthagena,' Arhhufcade,"'Munhsi. Lifbon, Friendfhip,.eormack. .JRh^eifland^.Triflram, Sliand, Hlincluras", Hudfon, Kendall.- j( Halliia'x, Adamorif, Cfiowne. CLEARED   OUTWARDS. -For Rotterdam, the'PrdvidericepDc�r(!ng;. ' Dublin, Wells, Rothery. RotterdahT/.Duke of York, Wilcoxv -Gibfsltaf and.Mahone,,' Anrt, Bedlihgton.' Amftr'rdast), jonge Williams, Miertderts,  t i\ endy * ubcefs,: Halfnight. R. K.ING continues fupplying the Nobility, Gentry, -Officers ' iri  the' Army; Clergymen; &c. with any SUM: of MONEY not lefs j.than 50PJ. oh their Bonds, with his ufual evpeditiori and.fecrecy, by /ipplyingot fending--a line to - him at his houfe, No. ijj Charlotte-ftreet, Rathbone Place J Mr. King is always at Home till two o'clock. This day, is published, price 6d. AN ADDRESS jo   the - PEOPLE of ENGLAND, SCOTLAND,, arid IRELAND, on the Prefgnt Alarming Crifis'of Affairs. By   CATHARINE   MA CAUL AY. Piinted for Edvvafd arid Charles Dilfy, in the PcuL-try; and fold Ky J. Robfon, in New Bond-flreet; J. Almori; Piccadilly;; and J. Walter, at Charing Crofs. Of whom may'be had, Publifhed: by the fame Author, NEW EDITIONS of the following BOOKS: 1. The Hiftory of England, from the Acceffion of James the Flrfty to theReftoi'atiori of Charles the Se: cond, in ^ vols. 8yo. price i.l. ies. bound. 2. Obfervations on a Pamphlet, intitled, " Thoughts on the Cuufe of the ^iefeht Discontents," price 1 e^. Rmarks on Hobb's Rudiment's of Society, Cd, aU I L T E D C O A T S. RICHARDSON and JONES, Weavers "arid Amercers, No. 116, in the Minories, beg leave to inform the Ladies, that  they continue to �fell the very beft Pelong, and rich Sanin; Sarfenet, Per/ian, Ruffel, Caliirhancoe, Stuff, and Prunella-Coats cheaper -than any advertifer hath yet offered them to the Pub' lie, viz. Single    Double Diamond Diamond 3A Breadths Tammy Coats   -- .4 Ditto ditto --  -- 3i.Ditto Prun'eila ditto   -   - 4 Ditto ditto   ~-  -   -- 'ji Ditto fine Tarriniy--- 4 Ditto ditto   --   - s, lias not its equal: It prevents ;confuniptipns, flops fpitting of blorxi, heals, tnefore-nefs of the breaft, relieves the. phthific and heartburn, cures the whbopirtg cough, fvve'etens the breath, and creates an appetite, They7-are of excelfent ufe to fuch Gentlemen.t h� nature of wlibfe profeilions 'obliges' them to' fpeate much, .one or two JX)ZEN.GES- changing the feech from a harfh, hufky tone,..to la. clear and.intelligible : voice. ..."       . � If therefore any fporious' Imiratlon fhould fail in. producirigthe defirable efFedls, this remedy is fo juftly famed for, let ihe.deceived^ purehafer be affured, that he has not been ferved with the true original cc-miBO/-fition, and be cautious for theiuture of buying no other but fiich as are .marked with the Angel and Trumpet, and have roiarid the margin -f the boxes " Pectoral Lozenges of Blois, by Charles Angibaud Grandfcn to the Inventor." HIGH-WATER This- Day. at London-Bridge 38 Minutes after 1 in the Morning, and a Minutes after 2 in the A'fternroh. CURRENT PRICES of STOCKS. Me'rcTiants and Country Dealers fhall have the cuftomary allowance; and the Ladies may depend, on beingTerved with Coats'of any pattsrn on tlie'riiorteft notice,'     ' -        J. Our frierds are d^firgd to be particular in the hum-' berof bur wavehb'bfs. "'"  ' Bank Siock India ditto icuthrSea (hut Old Annuities �7 1 New ditto (hut- � .3 .per cent;red. E9 \ -j^ltto .cpriol 89' i a i . 3 per .cent, s 716, jliut Ditto 1751 jhut India Ann. Si 3 ipercent. 1758, 89139a 4 per cent.-eon. 93 |a'5: Itii. Bonds, 55 a 56 Navy and Victualling Bilk - |dif. Excheq. Bills, -� Ltfnj Ann. fh'4t   

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