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London St James Chronicle Or British Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 18, 1783, London, Middlesex I t' X :; i ., J 111 Üp C) H TS CORNE R. F r r, ' J.AMPS's CHRONICLE. ' O'.'Ni- r fr :k i he I: a!: an. 't ï'( )r<I''. 'hi- M lit the hanîy Suiícrfings, A n J f"'-'-!Iclk'nin?^ Cn'es di/TûIve away ; '.r Crlfh^ch^ Plow.'hnín's Carrol rings, ■-.(•■. KS the -'^rJcujrs of the h'lrning Day ; .■ ' C ip'!.--' cîi.iuiV« hÍ5 Woes. J »'-If. ))'■; I'.iiii wichin his :[;lcomy Tow'r; 'itr. ' er A-lulilcj ai he í'oe5, .^r f'e!^ the Ray ci fonrchir.g Hour;' ci hi. Twil?, while the r'^'j'/h t-'arricr draws ^ ■<t.s the ftu!:h')rn M..f . oon^s bcvra Part "J iium his I mIjout it'. Weigîu remove; I.' : f. r G.Vjry, or the V^'orlJ''; Apj^Iaufe, ri '.fr an ;¡vpr!"urthrn'ci íícar:, r l'crtúne niH*. i ü and now cf Love. W. L. A. .(^V N I ' V ? ■ J * JL ' KAR i'Hr^JAKE ■•i \. f^f Ijíund /"'/. ieinp a •!. ot that Ca- ! "T rT - tipTi Ci'i^s in the ■ • ' it ■'■I'T, lituated on ■ I) .r < i '.he .'f.'. ¡pnn tn Side of the ( '..ii.:', ¡.)r: Vi-;.-- i::^ :irii;k u a mull hrni'^ic .■'.iiiict:on (■: .'ic uh'ch broke . ut iihou: ihe F.iui v)i ! rii. by which that ua-- iilmofl dcfolitir'ii of Iiiju'-irnnts, having !. t abr;i!t -OjOOO Son';, now, ' Miy Years . I'.n-. fuUVrcJ a ic.i n.l iisorc lioriible Puriiih-jii^int, i)i '.v.hich the rol!ow;rii; i a Relaiion ; Ijn ot th.- ^icicn: Mr.nth, was ob- ic i V ahnoit throu£;hout th-: whole liUiid/in Ho-)..'.on lull oi blacii inie:i;c i'o^, wiiich indicated itnie unhappy Event; and, in Reality, ahr)ut the ; -th Hou-, which correfpond^ with our .Noon, a ; ock of an l".arth'.]uake was f'e!t, which threw I, r.vii fcveial Houk-i, .^nd, in particular, that Part the crofs Street, called the i'hiias of the Hof-piiul; feveral Perfons were killed, and many nuu li hurt and maimed by the Ruins, which in-c rc- lii J the Fears of the Ii?hai)iianis, that fome nni orcater iVli:>ibrtune might happen ; and, un. h -pfi!/, their Tears were not without Reafon, for on the following Night, about a (Quarter after i^LVi'n (i nf^ering to our (Quarter pall One in the Tvli'rivviu) a moil furious Shock terminated by fw.'.ll '.vMg up or throwing down the Remainder of ihcL''y; after which, a SVhiripooI of Fire iiTued ; oai iUii :!», confanvjJ and levelled to the Gr(;uiui the nc»l>!e I'.dilicc:. not before de-ilrovi'd. i'he .MaTcr r^f a Barque, which brought til's New>. t^ Naples rel;;t(.s. that on the next pay (the Mo!i,;ng ot tl.e O'h) nothing more was to be leea ci Meiru.a, tne Piac: being covered with an intcniu thick mixed with a thick Tr.c Dar, hrv', advancing, and the l t'lr- e" iii'7 tiiv \'-.po!jr, the I orti/ication of C uailclla v/r.i • L: ^c l tc Ix Haif thrown into the b-a I'V vi-.e K^, fhcunic'', and the ether Half dr-ilr.v .; '. y a Cjul; 'T Firi-, which wn? fuppoieJ to be a A K-iiig'j Fri^;".re, v/hich Ir^y at j\nc! "r in the Road, i.lrM.irried nt the Sight of the i- I'^gnn to throw Snot upon the L'aille, fupf'jr.-.g it t J have bet-n ninlitiouily fet on I'ire ; hut w;:er. thry p:rceivcd the Fire ifiuing from the Earth, ccalei tiring, not being willing to udd i»r?ater Di:lr Ts to thole who had laved themi'elves irom the drc .dm! Challifemtnt. Tlx fame M 'lleref the Barque alfo relates, he faw onlyonj Pried, who was running bare-footed xo he Side, ieeking a Boat to take him ofJ'. Fhe above iiconhrmed by furtiier Accounts and I.e.icrs received, and that at the Time the Earthen ii,.:c happened in Medina,'the fame Difafterhap-j t r:-\i to other Cities in that liland, viz. Cataneo, ilia, I.ip^ri, and places adjacent in jVIeflina : In f. 1., ¡i . r. ii lice remained, except the Capuchin ^ 1 w:-.!, niuatcd at a littie Diltance from that C.i.. Mu' .i r of People muft have been burled \ i i.h; Ruini. At the fame Time alfo, the ( ; Lv^u- ke was felt in the Interior and Ulterior .1'.. 11 1. Btiiuer. the many Buildings thrown /, vlio cities of Kegi;io, in Calabria and Bag-i : ■ v'd ^^rea'-ly. 1 he whole Family of the K; rt Gcr \ci are 1 aricd in the Ruins; and the <:r':.i'r Pirt of t'le I.ihab'it.ints of MeiTina, calcu-] .-...I Tiiirty Tr.oufanJ Souls, are loll. This 1 .'.^'loly Acciuent has Ikcu followed with tlie wj' iT pr-cautions by Government. A Stop has I. en pat to all publick Spectacles: The Theatres up in this Kingdom, as well as in Sicily; . puoliv-k Prayers are offered up, to appeafe the I., r;ia id Difpof?r of the Univerie, whi^^aa in his 1 thofe juft ChaiVifements which Mankind'.t tor their Sins. ____Naples^ February 17.___ WE are all here under the greateft AfEiftlon at the terrible Earthquake, which has dellroyed and the farther Calabria. The Prince (,f C ar .'t: alone has loft 17 feudal Ellatcs, and I r ' Dac.its Value in Oil, which was in Store-I ^.r- . a )d w-i a#e ftill waiting the Particulars, f-r Vva. tof Coa-icTS; but we know that of many v.'t;lrh were once in Calabria, not a Sh.i-cjr .7 •■yen r ow r.'T.i!ns, and almoft all their Inha-h't n:-. 1.3vV pr.-i;'ried. M'intoleone is half de-flroyedi Meidc, Nicailro, and icme few more are not cniirtlv loii. Catanzero remains i. fe. The PrinccTs Gcraci Grimaldi, with hrr Family, perilled tn Ca/al »"vaovo. Some bewail ♦ he Lofs of a Son, others a Father, another a Ilaiband, another a Wife. In the Space of one Night arid a Day, Hundreds of Earth-. iiakes were countcd without an Interval between iliem. The ICing, penetrated with the greateft Grief, has taken the wifeft Precautions, has or-> e i-d the three D^v. Prayers of St. Genarts to be t.d, forbid i.11 Divi r/.ons, affjgijcd a confiderable Sum for the Relief oi MeiTinaand Calabria, andhai ilTued Orders for the Fugitives who hai« eome W Naples to return to their own County, and aH the Barons to return to their feudal Eftates, to give every Affiftance in their Power ; ibmt are already gone. Naples, February 19. It is faid, that the Number of Cities, Callles, ice. dellroyed, in the late Calamity amounts to One Hundred and Thirty-two. The Number of People who have perifiied is incredible; and amongft them are feveral Perfons of Diftinftion. Many Volcanoes are opened, and fome Rivers have entirely difappeared. W^ ANTED, for a Lady, BOARD and LODGING, in a Family of CKarafter, within 10 Miles of Lund-jn. A Situa'.ioa in Kent or Surr«y would be pieferrtU. Lcttcn (Port-paid) dirrdt-H to W. I. Chapter Coflce-Houfr, Pater-Hofter-Rov, the Situation, Terms, and tJuHiber in Family, will mc-t v/rtli proper Attention. DAVISON, Perfumer. JDAVISO> returns his fincere and grateful . Thanks to the Nobiiily, and Publiclc in general^ fot the many rbli^itiji Favnurj conicrrcd or. him, during a Refidence of II Years in Ficct-Strect; begs Leave to acquaint them, that fiom the very Jxn^ernus »nd untcnani jWe State of his Houfe, he ¡s under .in immediate Ncrcfliry of rem )ving, and moft re-Hitrrts -s GtirmiTraTTce nf tt^rrr future Favouri, « hi^ Wjicho.ifr, in Hattun-Garden, H )lb^)utn being there aco<mi-modatcd with evrry Convrniencr to cj.-y o.n, prepare, and fell, the v.nriouN Articl'jj oi'Pcifiimer). in tiicir higheft PcifcCliop ; Wlif'.efalc, Rctiii, r.-,r Kxpoj'.trion. N. H. Remivr-. into H iro.n-Garden, at Lady-Day next.POSTSCRIPT. LONDON. Afurrb zo. We are forry we c.'^nnot y; t give our Readers the agreeable Information, that a new Mir.illry is formed. Matter^, according to all Accounts, remain pretty nearly in the fame Situation as they did a Week or two ago ; and it will probably depend, in a good Meaiure, upon the Ifiue of Tomorrow's Debate, relative to Mr. Cokc'i Motion, whether any new Set will fpeedily be appointed. On Monday lall the Inftallation of the Knights of the new Order of S. Patrick took Place at thé Cathedral Church of Dublin, with Ceremonials pretty nearly fimilar to thofe of the Garter and Bath in England. Some Regiments of Soldiers lined the Streets to prelerve Order among che Populace. Extra£l of a Letter from Bombay, Sept. 28. " After a fécond Action with the French Fleet on the 12th of April Sir Edward Hughes proceeded with his Squadron to Trincomale ; having refitted the feveral Ships, he failed again from thence the i^th of June, and anchored at Nega-patnam Road the next Day to watch the Motions of the Enemy. On the 5th of July the French Fleet appeared in Sight, and the Day after Sir Edward had another Engagement with them, in which he gained a decidí Superiority over them, and had not the Wind (hifted and thrown a Part of the Englilh Squadron out of Aftion at the very I'irie when fome of the Enemy's Ships had broken the Line, and were running away, and others were greatly difabled, there is great Reafon to believe (bme of their Lise of Battle Ships muil have been captured. One of them, the Severe, (truck to the Sul:an, but while the Sultan was wearing to join the Adnffral, (he made what Sail fne could, lir<xl, and raked the Sultan, without fliowing any Lolours, and then got in amongft her own Ship-.. .Sir Edward fent the Day after to Monfieur Suurein to demand this Ship, but MonAeur Sufirein returned for Anfwer, that the Halliards of her Enfign had been (hot away; that her Colours had come down in Confequence of tiiis Accident, and had not been intentionally ftruck. " The French Fleet in this Adion confifted of ten Ships of the Line, the Englilh Hannibal, of 50, the Frigates La Fine, Bellona, Nûad, and Diligente ; the Engliih Fleet of the eight Line of Battle Ships which were before with Sir Edward, the Sultati and Magnanime, the lils and Sea-Horfe. The Lofi on our Side was Capt. Ma-clellan, of the Superb, killed ; fix other Officers woundeJ, 77 Men killed, and 233 wounded.— 7'he Lofs on the Side of the Enemy is not mentioned ; their Fleet oroceeded to Cuddalore, and the Damage fuftained by our's was fo great, that Sir Edward gave up the Thought of purfuing them. The 15th of July he was in Neeápatnara Road, and intended proceeding to Mavas for a Supply of Provifions, Ammunition, and Stores. He arrived at Madras the 20th, and was expetled to fail about the çth of Auguft, in Quell of the French Squadron. The Sceptre, one of Sir Richard Bickerton's Squadron, arrived at Madras the pth of July : She parted Company with Sir Richard at the Mouth of the Channel, and proceeded iingly to Rio Janeiro ; (he there found the Medea Frigate; they waited a Month for Sir Richard, v^o not arriving they (ailed for India about the aSth of April. Off the Cape they capturcxi a large French Storeihip ; the Sceptre left her in the Channel between Madagafcar and the Main, in Charge of the Medea, and pufhed on for Madras. " Sir Richard arrived at Bombay the jth of September with five Line of Battle Ships and the Juno Frigate, and failed the 17th. The following Ships arrived at the fame Time, viz. the Harriot armed Storeihip, Anne and Amelia Tranf-porti. Royal Henry, Ceres, Ganges, Alfred, Kent, Warren Haltings, CalcntU, Worcefter, Dutton, Earl Talbot, Royal BUhop, Naffau, Hawke, and Morfe. The four laft lanained at Bombay ; the Hawke and Mode, on Account of their being leaky ; and all the Reft failed with Sir Richard Bickerton for Madras, as did likewife the Latham, which had been waiting during the Rains to be docked. The Hind Gutter (which Sir Richard was bringing to India fram Rio Janeiro) with the Minerva Storeihip, the Major, Norfolk, and Nottingham, parted Coapaav off Trillan de Contra, in Lat. 37, Soath, M nave not iince been heard of, except the Minerva, which was laft feen by fome of the Squadron to the Eaftward of the Cape, fteering more to the Southward than the other Ships, with Intention, as was fuppofed, of going the outward Paffage to Madras. I'he Neptune and Royal Admira were to fail fW>m Bombay direÛ for Europe, in eight or ten Days. The Locko, Afia, Ofterly, and Effex, failed from Bombay for China the 6th of Auguft in Company, and little Doubt was en-teruined of their fafe Arrival there, as the French Fleet continued on the Coaft of Cuddalore. I'here were Accounts at Mofambique, that fome of our Ind'iamen were obliged to bear away, not being able to get round the Cape, and were lying at St. Auguftine's in June ancl July ; thefe were fuvpofed to be the Ships from China, which paiTed the Straits of Malacca the lothof March; Gen. Goddard, Meff. Draper, Gambier, Griffiths, Bruce, and feveral others, haduken their Paftage for England in the Neptune and Royal Admiral, and the Mercury was to be defpatched to Buffora after the Departure of thofe Ships. The Peace with the Mahrattas was ftill unceruin, and the Carnatick much in the fame Situation as before." Extraâ of a Letter from Bombay, Oa. 29. ** The laft Advices from Madras are of fo old a Date as the loth of Auguft: They mention the Return of the Wonmouih^^M^^ cómale having landed a Re-enforcement for that Garrifon of 380 Europeans ; but Letters from Anjengo, receited here by different Boats, fay, that the French Squadron arrived before Trincomale on the 30th of Auguft ; that they poffetfed l^emfelves of the Fort the very next Day ; that on the I ft of September our Fleet appeared off, and on the third the two Fleets came to an Aélion, when Monfieur Suffrein was forced, with the whole of his Squadron, after a confiderable Damage fuftained, to retire into the inner Harbour of Trincomale, where thefe Letters fay he continues blocked up. Sir Richard Bickerton's Fleet paíTed Tillicherry the zSth ult. and are fuppofed to have joined Sir Edward Hughes about the loth. All Appearance of a Peace with the Mahrattas feems at an End, ai a large Body of their Troops is hourly expe¿ted in the Concan, and the Bengal betachment ordered to move on the ift of next Month." There are two Harbours at Trincomale, one within the other: Monf. Suffrein's Fleet was in the inner Harbour ; (b that Sir Bdward Hughes, when re-enforced by Sir Richard Bickerton, was moft likely to be in a Condition of deftroying him. This Morning arrived in the River, the Chapman Eaft-Indiaman, Capt. Walker, from Madras, after being on Shore on the Spaniards. Tuefday Evening, about Seven o'Clock, a Weft Country Barge coming down the River heavily laden, ran foul of the Piers of Black-Friars Bridge, immediately overfet, and the whole Cargo, con-ftfting of above twenty-five Tons of Paper, feveral Sacks of Flour, and other Goods, went to the Bottom, but happily no Perfon was drowned. The He¿tor, a French Merchant Ship, from Nantes to St. Domingo, ¿rove on Shore off Scilly, on Friday laft, in a Gale of Wind, and was totally loft, with feveral of the Crew. Extrait of a Letter from Portfmouth, March I9. " This Morning the Dragon Man of War was paid off. ' Came into Harbour Yefterday, for the fame Purpofe, the Edgar, of 74 Guns, Captain Cay-ley, and Courageux, Capt. Brunton, of the fame Rate. Sailed for Gibraltar, the Mercury Tranfport, Mr. Moppit, Mafter. 1 The Romney Man of War is alfo expeâed to fail foon." BuUon, Trcafurer (or Firft Lord of the Trea-fury) to Louis XIII. told his Mafter, who ex-}reff«d fome Tendernefs for the poor People oaded with Taxes, and devoured by Tax-Ma-fters—That they were not yet reduced to eat Grafs'."—Wc recommend this luitty Obfervation to the new Premier ; it may create a monßrout Laugh in a certain Circle. What a flow Pr<jgrefs Truth makes, even in Paris. The Pariiament of that City did not revoke the Arret of Death for fiftv Years again ft thofe who taught any other Philuiophy than that of Ariftotle ; and it is not an Hundred Years fince Potatoes were not fuffered to be fold or eat in that Kingdom ; and an Arret of the fame Court rtiil fuofifts, which forbids the Ufe of Eme-ticks; but, in fome Inftances, Neceflity is fupe-rioqr to the Law itfelf. The Chin efe Emperour, Tai Zumg, carrying the Prince, his Son, into the Fields, andftiowing him the Huíbandmen bufy at Labour—See (faid he to him) what Pains thefe poor M^n take all the Year, to maintain you and me. I have, therefore, ever been careful to eafe and proteû thefe poor People : Without their Labour, you and I ftiould have no Kingdom."—*It is po ffible that a certain Heir Apparent has been had to the IbSs: Salluft fays, that thofe who raife civil Difiên-donsinthe Commonwealth always ufe plaufible Pretenfes—fome fuming to vindicate the Rights of the People—others to exalt the Authority of the Nobles: Both Sorts pretend to purfue the fublick Good, but all ftrive to procure Weight, ower, and Wealth to tbemfelves. RoUly (fays a Correfpondent) the Liberties taken by the Papers with Peoples' Condu¿t are very uncivil. A Lady now-a-days cannot indulge herielf in a pleafant Caprice, but (he muft pafs the Gantlope of the publick Prints—witnefs the - Parallel in laft Saturday's St. James's, between Mrs. Abimgton, and Loiti A. 1 he Fa¿ is, Mrs. Abington never meant to give up the Chara5ler of Olivia^She was too much charmed with it ; and would rather have breakfafted on Laurel lFat$r, than have refigned it to Mrs. Mntiocks, or any other Aûrefs. She meant nothing more by her ftiam Rcjeûk>n, than to throw the Theatre into n Confufioo, to frighten the Manager« andmakt the Author feint.—Thé Mam^, however, «vu not frightened ; the Authour did not fiunt—thcy her at her Word, and f^t the Pari rl • injlamt to Mrs. Mattocks, for which Mrs. Abington will never foighe them. As a Proof (he fays every where, that *' Mr. Harri»'s Machina tiont prevailed with Mrs. Cowley xo deprive her oi the Part, in Order to liivc her Salary," which i . Thirty Pounds a Night. There u a Scotchman now living in the County of Antrim in Ireland, who was nreffed into the board 1 Sea Service in 1688, and was en the Ship which broke the Bo(»n at the Sic« of London derry. His Age is izo Ydtft, and he retains the perfedl Ufe of all his Faculti«. ExtraR of a Litttrfrm Bambmy^ March 18. This Morning the iecood Divifion of the Yorkfliire Volimtiert oontinned their March 60m hence for York» wh^ they are to be di(chamd. They have been in this Town upwards of a l^rt-nif^ht, refnfing to proceed; many of them, who are Midland Men, infifting upon tteir Difdiarge at this Place: They have contemned the Command of their Officers, and behaved in a riotous Way a', their Quuters, and in a grofsly infotent Manner to the Town in mend, committiog manv AtU for which Juftice daimed Redrefs; but the nwe: of the Magiftnites has been reftrained by a Re-^rd to theu- own Mrfonal Safety, and th^^^ gcr to the Town of enlbrciiig Juftice againft 300 Men under Arms. " The Ammunition, however, with which they had fumiftied themfelves from their own Stores, they have given up to the Ofticers, under a Promife of a Difchar^ being granted thofe Men who belong to this and the more Southern Part of the Kingdom. " But laft Night, bein^ the laft Opportunity they (hould have of committing their wanton In-fults, many of them alTembled for that Purpofir, when they Were unexpeAedly oppoTed by the Inhabitants, who, after a flia» Conteft with Clubs, &c. drove them to their (garters, where they thought proper to remain till called oat to march." The Lord Chancellor has appointed Jeremy Pemberton, Eiiq. of Lincoln's-Inn, a Commif-fioner of Bankrupts, in the Room of William Jones, Efq. lately appointed one of the Eaft-India Ju^s. This Morning was married by Special Licenfe, at the Right Hon. Lady Vifcountefs Andover's, in Wigmore-Street, Cavendifh^Sqoare, by the Hon. and Rev. Daniel Finch, Richard Bmt, Efq. Brother of Lord Bagot, to the Hon. Mifs Frances Howard, Daughter of Lady Andover. This Morning was married Mr. Thomas Wil-kins. Printer, of Bartholomew-Clofe, to Mifs Haighton, of Yorkftiire. Yefterday the Aflifes bem at Kingfton, when Thomas Cox and Jofeph Broadftreet were capitally convided. After which the Judge pafl'ed Sentence of Death on them, and dehred them to prepare for the few Hours they had to live, as they could expeft no Mercy, except from their Maker, being old Offenders. forh, March 18. A few Dap ago died fad* dc.ily, as he was fitting down to Dinner, Howfley Freeman, Efq. cf Howfley.Hall, near Shield } the laft of the Male Line of that ancient Family. Lccdis, March 18. On the 23d ult. died, at Branthwaite, in Cumberland, tli« Daughter Mr. Abraham Hodgfon, of Branthwaite ; and the Sunday fallowing another Daughter and a Son of the fame Perfon; a melancholy Inftance-of Mortality in one Family. On Wednesday laft died, in the rooth Year of her Age« Mrs. Walmfl^, whohadrefided in one of Mrs. Potter's Hofpitak in this Town, fince they were ereded in the Year 1737. Dubiin^ March LaftThurfday, in a vio« lent Storm, a Ship, named the Mary Anne, of New-York, laden with Rum, Tomkco, and Staves, bound for Liverpool, was ftranded oppo* fite the Houfe of Robert Sibthorpe, Efq. at Dunn^y, in the County of Lowth: When the Veffel ftruck, a great Part of the Crew mutinied, and quitted the Ship, being intimidated by the Country People, whom tbev difcovered aflembliog on the Shore in great Numbers, with Intent to plunder the Veffel, and who fbon after boawded her, and threatened to throw the Captain and the remaining Hands overboard, if they made any Re-fiftance. In thb Dilemma the Cajptain continued for fome Time, till he wasreuered by the Appearance of Stephen James Sibthorpe, Elq. whofe fpirited and prudent Condud on this Occa-fion cannot be fufficiently applauded. Thisyoun^ Gentleman, on hearinjg the Account, immediately armed himfelf ana his Servants, and repaired to the Veffel, where he found great Nnaibers of the Country People on board, m a State of Ine-^ briety, having bWbre his Arrival broke open the Locks, and torn all before them in plundering the Veffel, and were preparing to carry away Fart of the Car^, when Mr. Sibthorpe, at the Hazard of his Ufb, obliged them immediately to defift, and took one of the Ringleaders «vith his own Hands, who had the Aud«aty » mly • Blow at him with a drawn Hanger« and fent lor the pro-per Officers, and put the SUp and Cargo under their Care, and a nroper Guard toalÜl the Officers, and attenoed in Peribn both D^ and Night, which Means the Ship and Cargo has bera ffcierved for the Benefit of the Ownen. The fiitixued Paftncers were aMb taken Care of, hav-injg been condoQsdtaDnnneany« where they met with proMf RcMunent and Attention.Tui^ laft the Ceremony of the Inveftiture of theKn^g^ of St. famtk was p^ormed at the Caftle^nevioai 10 their Inftfllatinn.trTk fmmgrafh fitm A Conftant Churchman cmmt he mämitttä hui nftm the Fmfimg of an AdtHrtifmna,The Limt on Sir Richard Blackmoie's Potmon the Creation etretoo imperfeS* •aafcHMkiMt SPI pmCvtti. ftut LMCA.aOt'SMisai |»di Sm Stack — pcrC. OU Ann. flntt ÜuS»lf«wAoa.— dim 17CS, — Aitt j^Csiil^bia. ftut ~ ' îrÊii')^ idif. LO.v DON : i'rinted i»y li. BALDWIN, at the Dritannki Pfiniing-Oflice, No. 108, Fl«t Sw-r ; wher: ADVERTISEMENTS are takan in A Letttr-Boxa: *he Wind»^'. aad Lfuars t* tha Audmir iwfirfd. ;