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Addrefs of the Houfc of Commons to his Majefty, .
icq J. tling to know who were the Advlfcrs of thofe.
' fatal Meafurcs, which have planted Popery and. ar
bitrary Power in America and hayej plunged lis in
- a poll an n atural civil War,, to thbT $ubverfijn of
thitjundamental PrincipleTof EngliDiiberty, the
- Ruin of bur molVyaluable Commerce, and the De
- ftruttfen of his MajeAy's Subjedti. To know whd?
were the Advifm of a Meafure fo dangerous to his
, Maj?!ty's Happinefs and the Rights of the People,
a$ refciing to hear the Petitions and Complaints of
hisubje&s.You areifunher inAru&ed, Gentle
m'in , to move foiair Impeachment of the Authors
- and" Advifers of thofc Meafures,' that by . bringing
them to public Jaltice, evil Xounfellors may be re-
rnoved from before the King, his Throne may be
'1 ttahU(hcd, the -Rights of thg People be vindicated,
. and the whole Empire rellored to tnc Enjoyment of
' v r
QMji r'dt That the faid Uoforiition be fairly tran-
-fenhed and;f;gned by-ihe "Town Clcrkyfand" by:
him deli vi red to our Repfcfcitave's' in Parliarnen t :
That the Sheriff s do w a t upon his Maj i y a n d
deliver into his Majcfty's Hand, in the Name of,
the Lord Mayor,-- Alderman and Livery, ;in Com
irs o n H al 1 a ifcmb! ed, a fair Copy of t he Refol uti
or.s agreed to on MidfumimT-Day, and this, Day
fineti "brthe Towo'Clefr: " That the Shenils, at
tended hy Mr. Remembrancer, do Tomorrow wait
on his MtjeilyVui h "the a'o-cfaid R .fulutions. .
ThTfrsliov,ir.j; is thcdrHvRcnvonilrance and
Pc;i:ion, vhHhVas agreed to in Common Hall on.1
pitiVrttnl to his. M-TjlVy : : . ,
who areeqttall r Enemies to year Majefiy1! Title,
and to the Rights of j Our People. -You Petition-
era are now ' compelled to faV.' that your Thrcae ist
fumyinded by Menj avowedly inimical to ho(e
Principles on which your Mai city ofTefles r th; f
vruwn, anu uui.;p,c incir. aiczriu: . o
of fuch Dificulty?aria" Danger, publicl Confidence
is eJTcntial to your ftfajefty! Rcpbfe, andi trjT;the
Prciervation of voPeoplei Such Confidence cao-
l6t.be obtained: by Miniffcrsand Adviftrs who;,
with Freedom" Vnorcan any Hope of Relief be exv
peeled from a Parliament;
Delufion, infidioufly raifed, by Milreprefcntationsj
touching the true State' of America,' and. artfully
embraced by a precipitate Di Ablution. ' x
" Your Pedtioners'therefore again pray anoVbe-i:
icecii yonr iviajeity to aiimus your preienc Minn-
jbr a lon Titne,v?iewcs;but with a jealous Eje.:Ot
r-J Mp 'V Nctwithdandiogthe v$ccreeyyr?ita' i
was" fe n t cfF oa .Wednefday.. laU to General Gagtf,
contamingTome Propofals.which he is to cuer lm
mediatelV to the Deleirates.'iri-LlX rz.
H " If the ihore Prp'pCutiont Ihould not be : accented
(which the aitniUrV are in great Expectation will)
it is a determined roint in the Cabinet, to take an
Arm'of i OfOoo foreigV-Trobps intr"the"Tayf
Great Britaior, which will be fent to Bpftoa iace-
, of the I Tvl M ay or, Aldermen and Li very cf
the Ci'v oi I.or.in, in Ccminon Hall afTerobled.
" VRt youf IVl::.icft.r8 inrtit faithful
the Lord il a vor, A l.'crmcn a n d Li vti .-. the Ci-
evcr to aiaoive a raruament wno. Dy-yanous j
"Afls of Cruelty 'anp Injuitice, have manifclted a
Spi rit of Perlecitiqn againfl bur Brethrch in VAms2
rica, and given their Sanction to Popery and arbi
trary Power ; to put your future Confidence in .MU;
nifters, whofe known and unlhaken Attachment -tjr
the Conftitfition Mned to their WiAlom and Ih-
alarmtBg Difpute upon the fure, honourable, antl
lading Foundation of general Liberty. . - x'-
J!f 6. Lord Sand ykh, we hear, has fettled
the" di fpates of the Ihipwr'ghts, &c. i at Portfmouth"
n d Plymouth, relative to wages , luppn fuch a fa-
tisf-dory looting, that will enfure tranquillity and
induftry among them for many. years. 4
.'V eflfcrday at one o'clock the Sheri4V, with the
liver into his Majclly' hand the reMutiohs of the
Common hall on midfummer day lail, and alfo
thofc of the Common-hall holdcn. on Tuefday at
G ui Id hal 1 ; r Lord Rochiord defiredf ee the con-
. -ter.s ; but was 'told.fctte Sherjfi's that u" was theit .
particular Orders toUeliyer tEe papers which they .
had, brought into his Ivlajeiy s own hand, and
, theHyic they could not comply with his Ilordihip's 7:
"r fTreirrthe She
Maji'ity's prifcnce. when Mr. Sheriff Plomer ad-
' dii 'ifvd hia -Maje.ltin the following words : " May
it p!cafe')oCr Majelty, We are ordered by the Ma-
yor, !drrmcnaiidLivcry,.of e,cjtyjpjndbnfi
in Common Kal! a(Tcmblj-d, to wait upon your MaV
. je!iy, huiii!ty to deliver into your 'MajcAy's hands,
in their name, their 'remlutions agreed to in Common-hull
on the 24th of June and of the th
ir.llant." Mr. Cher iff Plomer the 11 delivered a co
py of the.rcfolctions (but not the Addrefs :.Pcuti4
cn, and RenionUrance) inio the King's haod,-
vvl-.irh he received withnu m.ilclni .mi' nrs1v am?'
run aniu'.efci in any Atteaipt to force it uin. any Retired immediatelr,
r ut 1.1 our tei;o'.v iciyan v wc p.crhiaoea. tnat, Gcnc ordefVtfent down to the fca-fcorfs tb -
enter volunteers, Whether Teamen or landmen.
Hvoocrite and a pretended. Zeal'iRellctoiiLliiSSI
1 are admirable Cloaks tor a.
jjviorningi to di&atc 1 the Orer, anjubfcrilvc3riel
Mandate on which the "Lives of Thoufands ot'nnj.:i
cah forUkc every other Buhnels to attend thVef-
Jpers at St.rDunrtan,s rCh:urch and fwallow; witH
Avidity, the pacific Preceptr of ,ur holy Religion
delivered by, his devout and apblir -Ik' Paltbr.-"v.:::jS
" irOneof the Lords in AdoiJiiiiiratioru' was acluaily j
i- at St, punllnV(urchrbn , Thur)daV Evening: tq
xtvpirftr vfo' thArrivaloftbb;Sukeyi!l
' and pood tfrkw from the King's Friends in Ame
. , . -;- f. : , .- .
' liCa. . - :-- ;r."" -i'. . " " ' '
; A Correlpondent l iniorms'Tas t the faithful
j have given up all Hopes of t he A rq c ri ;an 5ecre:a j
y declared her On
compelled .again, to tiifLirb -your Majtfty'sjVcpole.
with our Complaints.
-. Wc h ave alreVd v ex'prc (Tcd to ynn r M x clly
bur AbhOrrch of the tyraivnL r.l Mcuiuros pned .
ara'n!! our ft!U.v"Su!jecV Vv Air.tfjica. as as ' (
01 "the Men who "fecrtly r.uv:iv, ?.inu of the MjhjI
ters who execute thefe Mealu$.--v '
conrended for over the Cclcucy, undor the fpuious
Name of -Dignity,- is to. all Intents and Purpofe.,
Dei'p itifm ; that the .'lytcrcifc 'of defpj'.ic 1'o.ver,
in. i,iyJAxi-M the .Umpire, b inconiiitent with the
-Character and Safety 1 f thii Codvtry. . .
M.,As we would no'. Iv3:er any .ftin,
Men, to cil bliia arbitrafy rower over u
by the fnired, unaltcrablr Rights of human Nature,
as wrll as by 'every Principle of the Coillitation,
the American 0 iht tu enjoy Peace, Liberty and
Safttv;'rbat whaler ..Power invades thefc Pights,
o'lht to b refrttd ; ve hold i'uch Kefillance, In
.Vir.dirati f!: of their coi.ititiulonal Rights, to be
- tV ir incilj -enfa'de Duty to Cii.d, from whom thofe
-'KiiHt a derived to t.hth fclves, who cannot be
fafr ;:nd hapv wiiliu ;r th-r.ij .to their Pofttrity,
vh) have a Hioht m v 1 tint Inheritance &t their
, Wc hav : .dy K'iTbniiraccXlo your r-Maje-
ty, tbit irc.fr I.lrafY Arre ' witK all the Con-rr.-jj-'u.cs
which co ild a?arm . tree and commercial
IVv de; a decPi and. rerhaps. f.ical - Wo.wd to
.Commerce; the Ruin of M.inuiaitares ; the Dimi-.
nci'uij of the U cvcn.it, aid confcqucnl Incrcaft vf
'J'axcs,; -the lirnaticn or-the Co!onic, and the
Blood f,f ycur Niajoay iubjecb.
.Unhappily, iiiei the worA of thtfe Apprc
hevAutii ii i;vw realized in all i Horror; we have
feci, ip equal Dread and Concern a civil War
coiiimcncrd in America by yuurMajeity'i-Com-man
!cr in Chief : .Will your MajcAy be pleafcd to .
confider w'.at muA be the Situation of your People
here, who having nothing now to expect from A
rncri:a, bat (Jaette" of lilood and mutual Lids '
of their fiaughtered Telle w Subjects. '
Lvcry Mrnieot'i Profrcution of this fatal-War'
iay lojfcn irreparably the Ilondi of-thaf ConnccVi
V.n, on which the Glory and $afetyof the Ur itiih
Empire ocp;nI. . y- :
If any Thing could add ta the Alarm of tl.efe
T.vvnts, it is ) our IVIaje Ay'i having' declared your
, Confidence in the Wildom of Men, , a Majority of
;'whr.m &rc notorioufly bribed to betray their ConV
fi'uentj and their Country. It ii the Misfortune
cl your MajtAy, it is the Miffcrtune and Grief of ,)
prrfenta.ive, .under an undoc and dangerous Influ
rr.ee; an' Influ:nce whUh, though procured by
yo ir Minillcrs, i dargfipus to vour Majejiy, by
deceiving you; tnd th your. People, by betraying
' than,,.,, - j ,
Inuch a Situation, your Petitioners arc bound
to dctlare to yb'ir -Majelty,- that they cannot and',
will not fit unconcern-d ; that they will ciert them
icives, at every Hazard, to bring thofe who h.ive
sdvifid theft ruinou Mrafuro to the JuAice of this
country, ana or me mucn injorca w4nn ie.
The former are in:endcd to mih the Ihips of war
fitting out, and the.laiter for marines, fveral cf
whom are to be embarked in the rlrA mips forTA- -mcrica.
Jrfyi- VcAerdiy an cxprefs to General Gage
was difpatched fioq Lord Darmouth's ofnee by a
fpecial mcflenger tq Dover j where a jhip was ready
to fail for that purpjfe. ' '
The troops which were ordered from: Irelandf
and intended forTvVor Jc, Wc- hear , - are couo-
tcrmanded, it bring not. ycrdctcrmircd to what
part of the American continent to fend them.
An account is fail to be received from Gibraltar.
Oiat the Snaniih flttt and tranfports were at laft ar
rived in the Gut ; but that, owing to the very hot
"v-either, want of room, and bad food, a kind of
peAilertial ficknefs raged to fnch a degtee among the.
land and fea forces, that they' died by hundreds
cay, they, are represented to be in fo bad a plight,
that it is imagined tfis grand armament, ' let it go
where it will, will not be able to, fulfil the prejtel
for which it was fitted our. .rr-' -p-
A regiment of marine sii going to be railed in
Irelaoo, which is to confift of a thoufmd men, ei
;cluCve pfdAicers. ' , . .
Jb tf. Yeilcrday arrived a mail from New York,
which was brought by the Halifax packet, - after a
paffrge of 25 days to Falmouth. t .' ' . . -
The fame day fome difpatches wer'e brought to
Lord Uartmoutb i.trhce from ueneral baptr.
lnion,. rouuueu up-;
.oh a thorough Knowledge of his real Character f.d ,
Principles, tht he wai juft) S A1XT enough to V y
lA Letter from Berlin' fays , it is cet tain that the -y
Hereditary Print e of Brunfwick has entered iiito
the King of Prulfia's Service, with the Rank of Oe- v
neral of Foot. p... ,
Extratj; of a Letter from Dantz'fi, L- L:
ICing of ,1'j uifia dropped an Kxprelnon
lately which has occaiioncd inHnTtF Spcculntion J
here". 'In a public vConverfation he obferved, . (
T-The Emperor is very young, and I' am' very old ; .h
yet the 'finic may not be far diftant when he f
and I may divide Germany between us." 'J'his? '
Exprelfion was uttered with an Air fcemingly eare ;
rJefs ; but: thofe ''who; know in what Manner the -
ritKinjg ofcl'ruflia fpeaks his Mind, will not forget it.M '-iV
YeAerday a cornmiflion pafied the great (lil, -jiv-V
ing fullower and authority to Jcfiah Martin, Jvfq; .
his MajeAy's Captain General and Governor in
Governor for the time being (after reciting that
Herman Hufbahds, and divers others, - had raifuj a
lebellion, arM levied war againil his Majelly in that
province, which hath been furpreiTcd) to pardtn
leVtafe, ad frtc i'alUtrealbns, feitucy, imd oifxt
crimes by them; "or any of thein, cemmiued, the
faid Herman Hufbar.ds alcne .excepted. .
J isttfol, JuU 4. Two thouiand barrels cf flout
were bought yelterday for Newfoundland, the peo
ple on the filhery being in the grcaieA diflrefsj otly
two pound of bread per week per man being the jl
lowance; ar.d it is fuppofed many will leave' the
fimcry, on account of the want of provifions. In is
generally thought the We A India ifiands will fcoo
be in the fame Aate. ; '
It is leportcdTnieanLord forTrVTiTorraf
is focn to mbirdTtr Atiicti.with more ..forces,
. -4 " We have already fignificd our PcrfuaHon tha
T; thefc Hrlls origiuatc ia the fecret Adrico of ihofe,
1 which are thought to be, intended for New-York,
where, It U fH, Government. has adopted a -plan,
. by which 4x00 men will fooaet eiTcdlually rcAore
peace ana iraoquuntv man 10,000 win at uouon.
Orders aie fent to Leith and Ne'wcaAle, to open
iWfesof rendeavous at totb thbfe places for the
curpofe of entering volunteers for the KincV fervice, i
and two cotters are ftaticmed at each place to bring
thetn round. ' , . ; ' . (
Jvnt 9. Lord Mansfield is xnoft Audioufly em-!
"ployed every Hour whicE he can ;fparei from the
weigtier Bufinefr of the Law in framing a Prrj t(X
for putting an End to the Difputej between Great -Britain
and America immediately 1 but granting
that his Lordfliip mould herein be fuccefstul, how
- will he be able to eAablim thatt mutual Confidence
which forrherly exiited bctivceri them, and v'i?jthe .
Vcry'Fountain of our Traie and Power: The A
. mcricsns moA ofNcceCry be fufpuioas 'and'dif-
PHILADELPHIA, Aiigujl 16.
A letter from Cambridge of the 17th inltant,
fays, VVhilel was at Koxbury, a flag came out cf
BoAon to inquire the fate of a Lieutenant wh 1 hi
been miffinjg fince the (kirmilh on Sunday night;
it is fflpJofed he is killed, and fell into a ditch j. as
he cannot be found. Hamilton and Parfons of the
mercenaries are among the flain of the fame even
ing. YeAerday Capt. Morgan arrived herefrom
Virginia, with his company of riflc-men ; hut they
- arc grown fo terriblejo the mercenaries,' that :io.
thing is to be feen over their breaAworks but a hat.
; ;,General Gage has built thirteen boats, which will
- carry 6o men each, and they have, for fcveral
days, been praOifingithe men to row them abtut
in BoAon harbour, from whkh we may fepp)
fome party is to be made bv, water. Our cajnp
cootjnues very healthy, and we have great pleilty.
It is reported fome of Gate's Iheen-Aea! ers hate rr
r. tnrUleblc.fuccfi. b Gar.t is '
.fcrcpaiintl.for the winter, which is katce.
v u"iMtMu iu . uution are coming out evir
day, who are fcatteied through the country in a
' very diArelTcd condition, but yoa hear very lijtle
complainr. - We have various rcrorU of fucccfi to
the ca Award, but they; are without foundation,
The Indian chief of the Chagnawaga left us "a few
;daj"i agoj- well pleafcd with his journey.!'
. By the above we fear 'there is no truth in the Ve
port f of our people having, taken five of Game's
, A.Ietter.ofthe 5th inAant from the camp; fayi. v -1
the cncmy'i army, are6o men wotfe in killed
and taken this wcek.M ' - ' . - r j
Exit nil efa letter frtm F rederiei 7Vu, ' M&Jl t . " ; i
V NotwithAandipg the argency of my baiincfi, ? ,
have been dcuinri three days in this olace bv
occurence truly agreeable, f 1 have hid the hapri- : I
. u viiurnmaoie company, ot upwards cf V
-130 mca from, the? tnosntains, aatj.back ttopdsf 1 : '