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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 2, 1764, London, Middlesex toL.XlIV.] FmrtiMONDAY, Januarv 2, to WEDNESDAY, January 4,1764. ; [Numb. 1011. �n additional duty tobacco T U E S DA Y, Ia^uy 3. I % E L A N D. Duilin-Cajle, December z\. � Vub- fills day his Excellency the ..Lord "Lieutenant went to the Houfe of Peers with the ufiial folernnity, andi the Commons being fent for, gave the Royal Affent to the following Bills: Ah Aft for granting and continuing to his Majefty iuty on beer, ale, ftrong waters, wine, tcmacco, hides, g|s^?ther goods and merchandizes t^&rein mentioned, and for prohibiting the importation of all gold arid jftlver lace, except of the manufacture of Great Britain. An Aft for granting to his Majefty *he 1.e". veral duties, rates, and impositions therein expreffed, to be applied to .pay an mtereft at the rate of four per cent, per annum, for part of the fums therein provided for, and an in-tereft at the rate of five pounds per cent, per annum, for the refidue of .the fums therein alfo provided fot, and towards the difcharge .,of the laid principal fums, \ 5 Th� Speech of the Right Hon. the Speaker of the Houfe of Commons in Ireland, to Ms Excellency thaJJarl of Northumberland; ..... XordLieutfenatit-^etieral, and �General Gpi-verifor of -Irelan^^^ 1763, on his figning t May it pkafeyojjr Excellent}* � HIS' Majeffy's faithful Gommpns, who pleafure em&ace ever/ opportunity of manir fefting thebr; duty and affeftion- towards his . Majefty YjS&rfon and government, have commanded me*tt> prefent to yq�Excellency the. two Bills of Supply by them glutted this Sef-fion of Parliament, mth^a^Rearfulnefs becoming the moft dutiful aftd Joyti people to the belt of Kings. telonging to T ^ in Norway, wherfeofbenjamin Wnght is Maters from St. Alba% bound to Dram,' laden chjefly witfc&t ^nAfome - fruit. In jhe gale pf wmd on Thurfd^y-m^ht ftie parted* with three anchors in St. Helens road, and luckily drove-over a fhoal Called the Woolfmuer, " ' M-' * every foul muft pubh ceffarily pr^fcribe.^ The Commotio humbly prefume, that their loyal and dutiful behaviour will entitle them to the continuance pf his Majefty's favour and protection, and they flatter themfelves that through your Excellency's judicious and favourable reprefentation of the ftate of this country, they {hall not oi>iy enjoy the blel-fings, but partake of the-advantages of the. ; tranquillity, by the.increaie of their trade, and* encoufagemfei\t of their manufactures; by which thej^will fbe enabled effectually to fhew..theij;,duty to his Majefty, by fidpportlng his .'government with honour. The Commons^ having fo fully and;fo recently expreffed their fentiments with regard to your Excellency's �adminiftra.tion, have'nothing to add upon that fubject, but their mpft fincere wifries (which I have the utmoft/plea-fure ia delivering) that your Exce)]erA:y >n&y. lorvg continue toprefide over, us, for the advancement of his- Majefty's fervice,. for your own honour and fatisfeclion-j and/or thehag-. pinefs and profperity.of this, kingdom,- where,' if ,lhe had,i_,...... . h&vfc pefifhed ; the crev/ are happily ail faved, but it is feared the ihip and the fait will be_ loft; as fhe is- already bulged, and upwards of two feet water in her hcild ; but, o^dng to the timely affiftance of thc*08icers of the Cuftoms, the fruit and the fhf j$*s materials, are faved, and attempts will be y&ad"* to get her off. It is laid, a lafge (hip is alio i7*fedce4 pa1 the coaft ofth^Me of Wight. ' Yefterday a Wardmote was held at Cutlers Hall, for the choice.^f an Alderman of Vrri-try Ward, in the roe loft to the world, did not. their. Authors prefeiW them/ Such are-the worfes^f.moft of our^s, and of the term $ jad^i^ qf^br the mifceUaneoav learning ofa#oltaite, a d'Alembert, &c. ^o.Qnec^* be ignorant, that great works have been plajmed in thofe hagpyvmoii^ents, wheft theip D.eiacUd Tfoughts prefent themfelves to tlie imagination, andUat fuch of thofe wQjks as^; are beftexecntedj,and moft likely to^pjrocure their Authors the united fa�-frages of jp^aife from thefr cotemporaries and ixpm pofterity, were originally only acollec-uon- of DetacJ::ed: -Thoughts which had relation, to the fame fubjeft. By what -other name cam we call Pafcal's Penj'ieSfr - and Montefquieu's treatife on The Spirit of taws? Yet are thefe two excellent"works. Why were not thefe regular works and niaft$rp.ieces I The reafoa-is plain; time was wanting to connect thefe. Detached Thoughts. M.TAbbe Yart, in treating of Detached Thoughts, enlarges on the origin, qualities, adx^antages,. and. even . the mechanifip.of;thefe,T7^/^i. -fc.tafl^/uf--iidentif^"1 hs to ojbferv.e, that^ji^p^We^ which was very much applaude$j|p5pired all the men of letters prefent with sKJEfrre of cultivating fo eafy, and, at the fenff time, fo fclid. a branch of literature, _ (To be continued Monthly) NUMBER L. VOL. IIL. ^ npHE MEDICAL NpSE^M, �**, among rhany-Ctlier ciVricus Pieces^ The Art of makingBay Salt^firornUr. W. Biownn'tgj recommended by the"Society for encouraging Ans> Manufactures, and Commerce, for which a P of 100 Guineas is offered by the faid Society, By*JGekirtemen~of the I.KUtTY,. Printed by W. Richardfo'n and S. Clark, inTket-. Street j and fold by W. Briftow, at the Weft End of St. Paul's ChurchYard ; and. by the Book fellers of Great Britain: and Ireland-.. v' The Pviblic may re fupplied With the Firft and.. Second Volume, either Bound, or in. Boards^ or any ;