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   Middlesex Journal And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 31, 1775, Middlesex, Middlesex                                ;ei�ce Halfpenny.] *� From Thursday j Aug us t 3 r > ro jIatijrdaYj September F*r�A3T*Sept. 1. *   .     i* "a �  *   ON; tfc$TBitf>AY at half arte*-S>�el�e o'clock; theirMa-jeitie* went frotn\ the Qgeen's Houfe: to' .Si. James*!, where there was ;/�dr*wiog-roorn ; the following , noble. perfbnages were preterit) the Coun-1 ; te/s of Egremant, Bifhop t>f Canterbury's Lady, Southwell, Lady Wei-Patch Envoy, the Hod. the Maids of* Honour; laic?* of Newcastle and Rox-J^,|9ft�^eI}Qr, Bifhop of London, �J>4rtaiouth,.Hertford, Sand-^tpnj;Storin6ntjr and Trevor,j %^Jm(t.^|tt, Generals Hetvey,.Fitz-�Wfir&tiWiffixiM Moll i Pownall, Riq- -^3^|S*�y�; CtoJoael Wyhoyard, Sir Robert Mu�JCeUh, Mr. Cooke, and all the v^ei^�fl$Mq�^**HerTWfejefty left the.draw-jngiflD^j^ and the Earls ^Ij^il^ndSand^ -;;t$t^'n�^i^^*^jiie^-aitt 'hour.: Their Ma. d^V^^�'^'%ee.i>*� Houfe, and went to ia;theeveaiiigi ^ : ^ at St. )a�es& "Jfw6';boxe> with difpatches that had a^ed^Ith^ik' hour of each other, the one Qpm^^h^ibfi other from Naples, were car-lied to his, Majefty at_St James's. , to both fSe ar#�;afc2     navy were at Court, and had jjfchp^pOTof Jcifliag^bis Majefty's Jiatid on ac-.COMt' ^ii&Wlaie^piwmirions., � T^^^^j^y, alter breaking Up of the Court a�fo^*|^^ a con- ' /.lef&^^^^M^^X*'      ** tne fame time " ' '-**"� T"*" jo�in the navy were figned by It tibfl certain ftiaftcier has it in agita-KceiTary of life, not before taxed, if is foppofed 300,000!. will be raifed Ling has iflued orders to his fe vettl :5#f$tf$HMs': throughout this kingdom to caiiiEjr^fe'aga^nejcf c^]�ke%rmed within their fcVsralldSria�. '    v .   .   , A Idler j&tfm' Aleppo, dated May 19, fays, ju^Tte-naiwmurj ofthe people of this city againft. X^^i^4^hfigoverns u arc not in the.lealtap-pel|^|r%ia(^)e Europeans fo far from. Having csftife tb. Cojli^^ are kindly received, J^t^ii^iras^ttt difpofed to favour their com- ;^e^*-: '_'''     - �" }j ;v .''.- 1'    �; awmion, that his hi ajtfty, i h order to reduce, the exhorbi-.,.       >bfwa*ifionj, has ordered a bounty to viltfjjflj^^ the great Iftff^!^ of |>royl�d   to market --. ^^^ktla^^W^faw,^ bis friend 4ont dated July 5. are certain curious peculiari-tie3^:4PMW^iatare, which afford much matter ^i^^iai^ntand reflection to a philofophi-vca^^B^^^The cdndact of the great parti tion-itii�i!j^^ byva- licujy aii Vlocfc-:Ui.e Kince of |;fiWt$iP<�f^':;at thttiplace In the Queen L pr jo, aMtli||:: are not perfans of ^irfr repute in tuil ll^eftable fociety, the .geircrality of wbom>- throughout America re-.;  etw�en the parent fhia and its colonics,",  'bettersare receivecl^by the Sedmore, Brown, t$ Ttved at Portfoiouth froca'Soath-CaroJina, which river. A Genclemar tat  rience for the event, renders the tedious proceffs ; of our courts- infupportable j he inftanced the cafe of a Perfian Merchant, who was well ac- \ quainted with our language, and had long.reA � flded in out fettiements, when he read the aft, and an hiftoric'accbuht of the neceffary pfocefs of a fuit, from its commencement to oe'termi-nationi had formed a refolution of returning to Ifpahan, and when the Gentleman left India was fettling his affairs for that purpofe. The experience of ages fhould convince us> that climate has great influence over civil laws, and though free Governments have exified beneath the Torrid Zone, yet their date was fo fhort, that we can fafely pronounce; that thofe laws whklj 'ptefef-ve " freedom in Northern and Southern natidns, cannot by any effort of human wifdom, be permanently eftablifhed in the Eaft. ; ' Yefterday the Court of Directors took up the following fhips to be employed in the Eait-Indta Company's fervice, the enfuing year: but the particular voyages of each is not yet fixed: Lord Holland,      Capt. Lawfbn; Gran by --^ Shrewfbury -- BukeofCurnberland -i-Greenwich, -- OH Wednefday the Inddftryi Hall; From c.t. Kitr^, arrived at 3>over. On the 17th'iHffant fpoke with the ' Sally, Ruffti^'from- ^riftol, bouhd'tb Plijladeljihiai: She hMpen- �Mit 18 daysi &l\#eiliM ioflg. i^.'io^W^-'Ut;:^}-'' 30. .   .   '  -\ <':�;'�      ?'    ' ' Tfitf Pofat SlifS MlBir^hh \g7 teals, and the^oideti]^^^itt^firota Davis's-Straits j ,alfby3be-lGramj!&^ clean, are teived:*t;�iver^bp^^;.:iv-iA'-.' "f The: PteeloyieV; ShiwjtJ:; wiA one flih and threev-feab }; ;^^oh,'" ^nlcsj   Speedwell, Steward.} aad-^Vkitid|^,-:^i^\ohe''-fi(h' each," are all afri^ed^^l^iib^.frorn-Davis's Straits. -^t^;iiUfi^^^$^^%  is arrived at Hull from tlie aboWJif^ej^;''. ., ;tift ^1cc�r|^|i^ffte^.4tLiverpool, a par-eeLof ^eat'^nli^dbarrels of-flour from Ma-rylandj 7io^&r�r3 of wheat from New York 808 barreU of fl^r.from Philadelphia; and 28; quarters of^^h^^cVntTrel an i. Ofderi "ari^fe^^'^ortfiitouth arid Plymouth to continue ^tt^^^^Yorunteerf for the-Na.vy,-^ftdg^.yo^^iil^las^itftey-.tKe' complements. of the fliips /fiwMf rpat- for fea are � filled) on board the gaj^dp|t^i at thofe ports.  boilt.'f�.'b}cl^,v;a...^fi ciiriods wiger was decided in St. Jarrie's:pirki '^hich was laid on Sunday lailj and proves whaj �prtaty melhSds; out geritry hive of djfpofirig of thtir morieyi' atid^ how exdelieniy their, time.; Sflj^ldyod bh a faBbath dayfche wa^er ipfas' for fifty guineaSj one geritlethari laid tfie other that fum that? he', could hdp froni BuckiogKain-hotif^ to the top of Cdnftitutionalihill in half aH hour alowing him ttf reft aS ofter as he iiked> fo that thereftingand the Hopping did riot exceed thi half hour; The hopper however fdlt his v/zgerl for by refting fo often and to long a�a tim'ej , that t\yerity minutes were gone before he got halfway: , \. . pivMohday fe'nrliglit, about eight o'clock iA Ae^erijng, in cbnfequence of the late rainsj the fand wafer Overflowed the- banks of tfie rivei at Bridge End, in Glamorganfhire; arid coni tinued rSing till near two m the mbrriing^ i4 fuch an alarbirig manrier, as to break in'thd windows of the ground floors of alinoft eVery hcufe in th? place, and in feveral Of them rofe; up nearfy to theceiJing; it llkewifecamed awav rKe-bridge. The lofs is g'eat' and general  t^wgHdut the.;placej- and Well as .the country. a^jacfnt,vbut/cann6t yet be afcVrtaf ned. _ ;'^e^hiar alfo,. that confiderable rdaniage hai fei^-done to. the corn, &c, betvveen Neath and 'S^^rifea, by the floods. ; . .'The foilowirig prifoners wer^ tapitally cori� vicled at Briftol affixes, viz. Richard Rahdolphi' ptherwife Rantbll.. and Edward-Hammock, for ftealing 24. lu'mpS qf refined ,fagzr; Martha Grove; for ftealing'filklheproperc/of'Tfuinari' Harford ; and Daniel Haynes, fbr breaking and entering.the houfe of Levi'Ames, Efq. andlteal--ihgthireput three fiber fpooris,- and divers othe? things of: value. Laft Wednefday about eight o'clock, his Gfacft -the Duke of St. Alban's was ftojjped in'his car\ riage near Bloody-bridge "in the Eing^s rbadneir Chelfea, by two footpads, who. robbed his Grace^ oftwoguirieas and aha}f;"bdt refilled hiswatth*; They appeared Iikepeoplfe belonging to a ftablei' yard; ;       . Married.) Yefterday, at St. James's ChurcK*' Sir Brd'wnlbw Cuft, Bart; to Mifs Barikes, Ihi orilyd'aughter of the late Sir Henry Barifos.Thd fame'day," at St. George's, Harjpver-fquare, Mr*'. William Moore, Goldfmith* of Paternofler-row, 'ia Mifs.Lydia.Lpmafi of Grofvendr-ft'reet/ On Thu'rfcfey, at Leeds, Yorkfhire,' M^Battle^ of Wei ton, near Hull; to the widow of the laK_ Mr."Frederick Williams de Hol2endorfF, MerV; chant; of Leeds.   Ori Tuefday fe*nnight; at'Be-verley, Yorkfhire, Abraham Rudd, f>: A. of;' Univerfity'"Cpiflege, Oxford; to Mifs.. Clubicyj'', niece to -Sir Charles Witty,. Efq." Yefterday,5;  Mr. John Field, Seedfrrian, ofThames-ftreet, tcT'; Mifs Cafieri. of Ring wood, Hants. Died.)  On Saturday, Mr. Solomon Noir-' den, Merchant, facing the "Navy-Office.   Laft Monday, at Liverpool, Jbhn Letter* Efq. *a Merchant in that town.'  On Wednefday, atn Hampftead, Mr. Griffiths, Head Butler ofthe. ' Middle1 Temple.   On Sunday, in Old Palace-. yard, Weftmiofter, Mr*. Frances Newman, the only furviving daughter of the late Sir Richard-Newman, ofPrefton Deanery, in the county of Northampton.   On Wednefday laft, Mrs. Her-, ries, wife of the Rev. Mr. John Herriesi of Lancafter-court, in the Strand.   On Wednefday, night, Mr. Edward Sheaf, Mafter of the Wheat-ftieaf Eating-houfe, in Clare-ltreet, On Sunday,, the Rev. Mr. Richard Garthwaite,. of Hernf-.; worth, near Ponrefraft.  "On Wednefday, fe'n-: night, at Scarborough, \vherefhe went for the recovery of her health, Mils Eamonfon, only-daughter of Mr. William Eamonfon, ofXafing-crofr^. near Leeds.., On Sunday, in the 68th year'of his age, Mr. John Stow, Silk-mercer, of York.   A few days ago, Mrs.. Ann Hawkf-worih, of Thorne, in Yorklhire,' widow of the-late Mr. Abraham Hawkfyvorthj. Kad the mif-. fortune to be gored by an heifer, which odaefioned her death. IRELAND. i Dublin, Aug. 26. On Sunday night two .men" coming from Dunboyne to Palmeritown, were [-robbed and murdered near Caftlekncck. The Coroner's inqueft fat on their bodies, and brought in their verdift wilful, murder by perfons unknown. 4- . A few days ago was married the Right Hon,  the Earl of Belvedere, to Mifs Bloonifield, fe-cond daughter of the late John Bloomfield, of* Redwood, Efq. A few days ago died at the Deanery houfe ia Kenviu-ftreet, aged 92, the Rev. Francis. Car-bet, D. D. Dean of Sc. Patrick's, Dublin.   " Galway, Aug. ,17. Laft Monday the 28th re- , giment received the route for Cofke,-whtther the ; firft diviiiori is to begin its march hence on Fri--day-the 25th inftaor, and,will be followed by the  fecond and laft division the next day, in order to join theother regiments who are to embark there for. Am erica.  .'  We.hear that the late Chriftopher Nicholfbn, , of Balrath, Efq. has bequeathed 850I. # to Sir , Edward Newenham, for his patriotic cooduft j , 350I, to John Wilkes Efq. Lord Mayor of Lon- . don, with neither of vyhom he had the leaiLoer-fonal acquaintance ; and iopl. and his hounu.i to -the Meath Ho'l'pital. Athlone, Aug. 19. Yefterday.arrived in towtt-one. company pf the 1.7th regiment of-loot from Strokeitown, two from Granard, and. early this morning two companies more from Carrack-on-Shannon, who joined the remainder of the re-^giment hear, and are under arms for America,-..   

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