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belonging to his Excellency the:Gbvemor,-"&;bout owirDoors ; Why did not, they Addrcfs hU Ma--40
Miles above Newbern, pretty pleafantly fituated, jelly to fettle the Seat bf.Governntent,' as he fcould ".
on a high Hill, about a.Quarter of a Mile. from the not pafsaBill-for that Purpose ?hjs was done j -
River,, haying an impenctrable'Morafs ofwamp both HoufesT joined in an humble Addrefs to his
in Front, anu the River almost navigable-for Ca- Majeityi that he would vbeprisafed to take into. hi?
noes-Bat, RoyalXnfideration thtfgreat Diftrefles which this
at thiV Time, and have gone Hand in Hand vvlth Province laboured under, for want of a proper Place
TtTaiSiU to imuovvr the llrealurers to receive the. bltapntned lorJne-gatof;bovenmieiu.;-aid-thttt
he wuld be gracibufc
at . N E W B E R N ; where'they woud immedi
atelyrcft a Houfc focthe
j efty i Governor, and proper Houfei and Offices for
holding his' pajeftys Courts. .The Com mi
Gorrelpondence' were direftcd to tranfmit this, Ad
drefs to theAgent of the Pfovirice m Aniiand:
proportion allottc d 16 this Province of the Parlia-
; mentary Granrta the Colonies fbrtheir ASiltancc
in carrying on the War ; the Lofs and Mifcarriage
of that Bill fo benumbed and froze up the Spirit of
' the other, thn poor Tower-Hill wti;negle&d,- and
the great Ardor of the , Commiffioners lor building
rthe City of G E O R G quite d ilEpatedr 1 r
And;:n6w'theloud was only Teen - di reft him to-caufe it to be--prefented, tolhiaJ-MA
- ' at a Difiance, begahib father thick, and the Storm " jelly. -Let us now fee wfcat EffcS thisTiadSMiy
' threatened to break over our Heads ! Discontent we are told "by our Agent,' it fcems, tKti'ernad
fat onvcvery Brcw,and warm:Meffages and An " laid, it before the proper Boards ; but that in a fliort
. . fwers palled between the Governor and the Lower
Houfe of Affembly. ;ic would be tedious and 'dif
. agreeable to wade thro1 all the Hot fVaier of thefe
I'itns, particularly of the Affembly of M?, 1760
at Newbern : Tt may be fufficient to fay, that the
-mington ; Affemblies, Courts of Chancery and SturAnimo kit thefe Things faid and done?
- ; Claims, were there held the Secretary's Office. Why this c-cool Re -ddwerf? Why direft the Pro-
rcftcd tov inform his Province, that their Addreft
was blenoed with Matter of a different IN aturef
which was' unprecedented, and therefore could not
be preferited to his MDjeity ; and that hey ftiuft
was tranfljtted to that See, and .i C A R T. dif . yincc. to fend ovtv Jnotker ?. Was TV for; the
Now it-was, that thpfe v ho were diffUtisfied with and fince that Time, the Death of ore of his Ma
the Seat of Government at Newbern, and wanted jeftys Council, a Gentlemanvcry inft
it nearer 'Home,
off; -law-it rremoyed-10
-outhem Extremlty-of-theProvmcei 4
ed to a fandy Dejarf, to which tHey.couldhot-'ap-
proach, but at the Expence of their Horfcs Hoofs ! than congr'atulating his Majefty.on. the Glorious
And novv my. Countrymen, what would oto J
-:give,-to-have the Seat- rflGbvmimenr again
at fslewpem i io navs it in tne Centre ot the fro- Attachment to his Royal Perfon, ramily, and Go-
VAnimalcutelili But " enough ! usidone Iwiand I
1 am doomed to give xny Attendance in a
" gloomy oaurneis ana Jjuquietuae ; and now I der Concern he; feels, for ; his People, has laid
hall awuitvmy.lelf to
"'"Country, a Perlon in a continual Ill-Humour with reach e
d his Royal' Ear,- and he has been griacioafly
himfelf, 'andvery Bodyabout him;:can belt telf.V .pleafed ;to appoint us a New;Governor ; under
vyerc made ; and "his Excellencyhe Gov Gentry ; of feeing,
pleafcd to tell the; Popple, the fault lay W their ' tbat-a Gentleman !who mapreafonably "be'fuppofed
: tendance rand where there r was Occafion toAndcan-
.- .- - rrorogue .ana umoivcg w uiuoivc ana rrorogue voua Kejuje to bettle perhaps one of the mQli af-:: ziz::
again, before an Affembly could be got? Methinks treffid oi,h Provinces, .onlyl-becaufe their Addrcfs
1 hear Tome of you break out, 1 O Newbern, to him for thai Purpofe fat put with congratulating V .
Newbern ! When 'fhall 1 again tread thy Grajfy him.bVt
4 Plains, and (hake xhz JVitmtngtonlti from 'congruous to juftice; anf;to Liber tyJ 1 fear y f
l$ my Feet ! When again ihalli:breathethat Jir, we have "not -had :;fa iv : r '
L. and drink "of tbat WaterK wKichi vyasonce in- . And arc: t s e Tim i stW: con tinue;.?- " Noil tSj-:.: yy-
" duced to belidvc were replete with peftiferous Countrvmen His Mate (lv oSr moft GracidusvSo-
-vereign, na lam -ino : 7i Jving-vynoie iianis,natu- -
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