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   Middlesex Journal And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 8, 1775, Middlesex, Middlesex                                From Saturday> July > Tuesday, July it, 1775 [N MONDAY, July 10. From the LONDON GAZETTE, July 8. Mo/cow, June 5, N. S. OR thefe lafl. tw6 days there has been a continual fnow, and the.weather is as cold as in the onthof ^December. niftrufted, and who are in a fltuatiton to be fo, affirm that it is in confequfince of the war declared againli the Moora; tiitt& ofliy will traly inform us. *? The account given in many of the public Papers, with regard to the conclnfion of a peace between the Emperor, of^ Mbrocco and thd King of S�ain, is. �-� tdtally deftitute of foundation,, for I can affure you that to this moment His Vienna, June-2^* Imperial Maje&y is p�&ed back here on the 4th of July;  and the Archduke and Archd'achefs of Milan* it is faid, will arrive on the 7th. �5/. Jmfs,.Juty 8. .The King has been pleafed to order lexers patent to be paffed under the Great Seal "oF the kingdom of Ireland, containing a grant into Edward Barry,' of the City ofVvthhn, JOq&qf pf Phyfic, of the dignity of a Baronet of the faid-kingdom. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. _ � L Since cur loft arrived the M a 11#  from Holland and Flanders.   "        ' . JParfaw, June 17. * We.have juflrreceived the {hacking account that the town of Lendsnb, which belongs to Grand General Branicki, and is fa-mous fo* its horfe markets, was entirely burnt to' aflies on the firU day of the fair. ZeSf Jtw zti The Nobjefle; and States of the Dutchy of Lunebpurg, bave agreed, after (tie dofe of the D*et, trt write 'to. the.Ki;\g of Great Britain, to Entreat his Majefty's pefmitfion for them to ereft, to the-bonour of the Iat& Queen of Denmark, Carolina Matilda, his fifter, a mo-uument to perpetuate her genius, her virtues, and ier misfortunes. no fuch matter has been in agitation here; Extracl of a letter from Salem June 4. �' We are now in fuch confufions that I had but juft time to write a few lines, which \ am obliged to fend privately byafailor belonging to the Eneas, Capt. Grant; for the provincials will not allow any letters being fent co England but what they approve of; fome .hundreds'were brought down to the fhore to be put on board the above {hip, bat were fei2ed.and carried into -the town for infpe&ion, rill opportunity ferVes of looking over them. Our General hasfignified to General Gage, that if he will draw out his army, he will bring out an equal number of paffages, but ddri't hear of Any frefb accounts from that quarter* Capt, Wiachde; df the King George Packet, who arrived laft Friday from Lifbon i*r tert days, brings an account ;hat.feveral fhips from Phila-r. delphia, ^den with wheat; and other very'valuable fhips from the Brazils, were arrived it Lilbon, fcnd 'a great-many more daily exjietiled. The following are ,th ecn able.to come kt the 600 Indians at our Command;  but we do not want them ; we have fufiicient to face any army England can fend againft us. Pray for v-jur fuc^-cefs. If we fall tntoilavery, vour country will be the next object. The drums beat to arms; have not time to write more, you Ihall hear from me foon, if a ball docs not put an end to ray exigence." Baflidy June iz*   The States in aflembly, j    Capt. Grant, of the ^Eneas, who arrived here willing to. ifhew. Count Narbonne how gratefully fehfible they are of the fervices he has.rendered the nation, not only gave him the title df Citizen of Corlica, but they likewife refolved to write to the King,' to befeech his Majelly'to appoint that on Thurfday laft from Salem,'gives the following intelligence. That he faw 900 fh?ep, 40 oxen, and 35 EhgliJh horfes, which the Provincials had re* taken off the iflands in Bofton harbour from GencralFirftBaronof theEftatesof the kingdom, J General Gagei they.were on the road to Cam- 1" *       ...    bridge, fafe in poffeffion of the Provincials.- That the only Provincial, who loft.his life in the undertaking, was a young jnan killed by General Putnam himfelf, forfhewing iome-figos of fear.Whdn thp.qannon.balls began to.fly from he ihips;.the General inimediately run him He then atkrctV. fed the jury, and told them this w^s-one of thotc cafes which a court and jury fcould confider as-unworthy the fnxalleft: damage;-that plaintiff was fo confeious of his guilt that he ifcj the;' kingdom; he inftanced it t^ the cafe of a p.= -fon giving a chara&er of a krvant, where cv-^. ry word, though a&ionable in themlelv^s,*;t-i from tbe, occajion \Vere never thdyght iu/5c-I to recover damages.   As a juftification havi been pleaded, the jury .were directed to fin th^plaintiff,. which they accordingly did, ing- is. damages, afnd cofts.- . Mrs. Jewell is engaged for theenfuing fc � An ome, came  e"pendenc,e whatever on Great Britain. : The fame letters add, that by various accounts received by the Members of^theCongrefs from their ConiHtuents, it appears that there are at placed fqme barrels^ damaged one of the doors,'-? prefeht in the fevera^ difepntented Provinces no iefs than 60,000 men aftually in arms; or on the eve. df riling. . One of the Deputies to the Continental Con- grefs in America concluded a fpeech;in the remarkable words of Cato ~" Do thou, GREAT Several Shipwrights deputed from the different-dpek-yards, arrived.in towc on Friday, in order to treat with the Admiralty and Navy Board j great difficulty flie.recovered,~john Welch was ordered to pay the fine of 4jQS^for affauitii:g and beating John Sullivan on the head with a pewter pot, in fo {hocking, a manner, that he was unable to trahfaft any bufinefs for neardiree weeks,-A man.was convided to be imprifoned fourteen days-aud privately whipped, for pealing feveral .piece's of.timber> valued at iod. Another man was ordered.the fame puni&ment foii4efelih�brafs >yei�r-hrs_JXh^Cour* JourneTl't^liurfday tne'2om initant Whereof an -exprefs .was Tent-yefterday'afref-j    OnSaturday the office-keeper who ftands com- mitted for^feducing 1 young woman on board a {hip where flie was debauched,was brought up before his Lordflupjn order to give bail, td an-fwer for the faid offence at the enfuing feflidns, bove hi broke a marble .cornifh, and - knocked ..down a piece of ftone, which weiged.upwards pf 2.oc>lb. �&meK June 14.  Jt was to qo purppfe that the Ex Jeiuits fpread abroad that theprifeners in the Callle of St. Angel.p.^opld be foon r.eleafed, and their reiterated attempts to be re-united at I " LIBERTY, infpire our fouls, and make our their antient .Houfe has hurt them, as it will [ � lives in thy ppfleffion. happy; or our deaths they declare.throne and ajl concerned in the [ but as the bail did. not appear, and bisLordfljip Shewing a difinclinanon to receive bail unl^fs of undoubted refpoufibiiity,.for-a crime of that heinous nature, the attorney who attended on behal? pf the prifoner told his Lordlhip, he would re- im by.a habeas corpus before one of the Judges of the King's Bench, and offer bail before htmj upon which the Lqrd Mayor diredtei notice to i?e given to Mr.. Morgan, the clerk, in order that he_might then attend the judge with a Itate of the proceedings. On Thurfday lait Dav-id.Tuke, a lunatic, be- lopging to the panfh or St; Botolph, AlJerfgate, having (brae.words wim his wife, who, together with himfelf and three cuiidren^ were in the work-houfe of ^he faid parifh, itab'bed.her in the body three times-with a pen-knife, and immediately afterwards threw himfelf oil* of the window, ar.d by., the fall dafhed out his brains and ex;ir^d ; his wife was not fp defperat^ly wounded b:: that feveral yards,' are refolved never -to return to their work {untii matters are accommodated to their fatisfa�km. Several overtures have been made to them by Lord- Sandwich .and "a$ the ComttiiflioneYSi but as they would not.entirely redrefs their ^grievances, were not accepted of. Our correspondent 'remarks, ithat every clafs of people, every individual in Great-Britain, Ireland, er America, will fooner or later feel the curfed effects of a bad adminiftration.'of our affairs 5 infhort, nothing but difepntent breathes in every corner of the Btitifh empire- ;; Laft Friday was heard at Dottors-Coramons, before Sir George {iay> Knt. a caufe of appeal brought from the coniiftoiy court of London to the Archers court, in which fome of the parifh officers of Shad well were plaintiffs, and an Attorney in the fame parilh defendant, for brawling the Church, when the Judges affirmed the fentenee of the Court below, by difmiffing the keep the priibners longer confined, and the Grand Vicar has exiled fome of the moft bufy, fo that upon the whole this affair has turned out to.their difad vantage. Paris, June 26. The laft Letters from.Spaih advife, that the fleet was ftill in the port of Car-thagena, as the oats that had been put on board therefore.a frelh fupp.ly jnuft be provided. Thefe letters add, that there was much difcontont a- mong the troops, on account of the Command in chief being given to Mr, O'Reilly, an irilhman, and confequently a foreigner, and the more fo, as the King has given him an unlimited power. It is true, thp Minlftry has-fent him the difcipline to be obferved; but it is feared that the.general difcontent will affedt the fuccefs of the enterprise, \yhich is now known co be de- lorious in thy juft defence/' rovifions of all kinds'are very cheap, and plentiful all over America, except in Boftoh, where none but fait provifiqns are to be procured at any price. By a brig, Captain Coffin, which arrived at Irongate ftairs on Thurfday night in twehty-on.e v�4, wera fpoiled, and the horfes would not eat them, j days, from Nantucket, we have the following advice General Gage having ordered the inhabitants to leave Boftoo, they, all complied except the Quakers, ^ho refufed to. evacuate their habitations; on which the men of war began to. fire on the town, and'beat down twenty or thirty houfes; when the Quakers left the town, which is now inhabited "by General* Gage and his troops only* The above veffel is freighted to England with ftined againft Algiers. Spermaceti Oil. Sidi Abderaman Bediri |    The troops that, were af New-York have been compelled to evacuate that place, leaving behind them their baggage and accoutrements.,-' General.'Gage has fent the 14th*regiment'of to the affiftance of Lord Dun- Perfailles, June 29. Aga, Envoy from Tripoli to this court, having prefented the King, on rh.e part J3f his Prince, .j with feveral horfes, cancels, lions, tygers and JBarbary (heep which iie greatly efteems, tpok leave of his Majeity the 26th pf this .month. LONDON. ExtraS of an authentic Letter from Madrid, dated June iz. We know no more here than you do with regard to the true deftination of the grand ar- , the Court ftill continues to .keep it a. profound fecret.   When it is given out that it^ is deftined for Algiers, Tunis, .Tangier, or I Constantinople, thefe are only mere fupp&fiti- ons.   Thofe pcrfons who pretend to be beft ma me nt foot to Virginia, more. Early on Saturday morning advice came from Dover, with the account, of the fafe arrival of the Sir William Johnfou, Deans, from New York, with difpatches. for government. She has brought ovqr a great quantity, of letters, and two or three families, but has not brought any frelher accounts than-the mail of Friday. The Golden Rule, Crag, and .the Minerva, Walker, both fropj .Virginia,. foc.Whifchaven, are put into Cork, where they fent their letters to England. It is faid they have had very fhort Attorney with cofts in the court of appeal. There were no lefs than five Courts fitting at the fame time, and doing bufinefs on Friday at Guildhall, namely, the Courts of King's Ben-U Common Pleas, Exchequer, Sheriffs Court, and the Court of Common-Council f fuch an inftacce has not Veen known for many.years. Yefterdaythe Purfer of the Speke Eaft-rndia-man, Capt. Jack/on; from Bengal, amved at the India-houie-with the news of her'fate arrival off Plymouth. The Royal^Charlotte, Capt, Clements, from China, failed three days before the above (hip, ] infeompany with'the Searhorfe, Capt. Arther, ^nd they are daily expected. Saturday morning four ihips loaded with corn, from Groningen, &c. arrived in the River, and feveral more are daily expeded. On Wednefday lafi tlie Rev. I homas Shrig-ley, M. A. Curate of-St.B of qlpli, Bifhopfgate, and Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, was chofen Le&urer of the united parifhes of St. Mildred, andSu Mary Cole. NORTH  WALES   CIRCUIT. TheHon'i Dairies Barringtori, James Hayes, Efq. Anglefey, 'i uefday, Augufl j 2, at Beaumaris. Carnarvon ft ire, Monday, Auguftzi, at Car- "6 uarVon. Merionethfhire, Saturday, Au^uft z6 atDol- eelly. SOUTH. WAL-ES  CIRCUIT. 'John Williams, Efq;. William Whitaker, Efq; His Majefty's Firft Serjeant at La^* Glamorganihire,  Tuefday, Augufi iix Cowbridg^.. Breconfliire/Tuefday, Augufta9, at Brecon. Radnorfhire, "Monday, Sepfc 4, at Prefteigiu at there are hopes of~ her recovery. On Friday a man, who lately was a cane for one of the vacant b^dlefh^ps of the Court ;f Requefts, was brought before tiie Lord-iVlayQr.&t Guildhall, and charged with forging a bill of fale, and thereby getting a great quantity of hojfhold goods inro his poffeffion ; it appeared that the bil of fale was deftroyed, fo that the charge of forgery by that means fell to the ground ; he was therefore detained for itealing :Se goods, and was remanded for further examination. On Saturday morning one Shirley, a journeyman fhoe-m^ker, was found hanging in his apartments at the Seven Dials, with a paper in his hand, on which was wrore, "lam notable tofupport myjamily." He has left a widow and five fmall children. Yeiterday morning a man, genteely dreft, was found almpA dead, with his pocksts turned infideout, in a ditch near the Ifle of Dogs; he faid lie was met by three fellows, who robbed him and afterwards beat him in 2 cruel manner. Mauied.] On Saturday, at St. Anne's Church, Black-Friars, Mr. Edward Main waring, fon of the Rev, Mr. Main waring, prebendary of Chefter, to Mifs Jane Hefter Kmgiley, daughter of Charles Kin>fley, Efq; of Bridg^ftrcet, Black-Friars. Died.]   On Thurfday laft at Hackney, Mrs. Steere, widow, and relift of Lee Steere, Efq; late of Wooctea, an Surry, one of the moft ancient families in that county. Same day, at her houfe-at Gafehaaghton, Mrs. Mary Bill, a widuw lady. At his houfeat Hampftead, Giles Turner mafter of theI'l^otel in Bartholomew-lane, be hind the Royal-Exchange On Friday, at h houfe at Claphara, Capt. Cornwall. � Same d at Clapham, Capt. Michael WUkini Con one of the Elder Brethtea'anddepaty mafte he Triaity-Houfe.   

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