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MONDAY EVFKUNG, July iS, 17964
»HSis per Cent. - - - - - - s - '17/6
J,Three per Cent. . 'iqfi -
jl per Cent... --- - - -- - „i 4, 1
. 41 per Cent. - -- -- -- -- 14/"
: Deferred Sis per Cent. - - - - Ijy'6 to 7 I:
J United States, - - 14 pr. cent.
— — Pennsylvania, « « - - 39
i - North America, - - - - 45
■ Insurance Comp. North-America, 14 .15
f Pennsylvania, 9<o loper cent. B
Exchange, at 60 days, ... 165 101664-3
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t A8.8.1V18 AT THIS PORT.
1 'mIVV 1 -fr
Schcronsr Tattle John, Boyd, Jeremie 16
Fortitude, Taylor, Norfolk 3
Neptune, Smith, Savannah 8 ,
•-Sl^pTHaliif r Pcarfon, Do. ' 5 d '
Bag Fair Hebe, Eldridge, Amfterdara P
* Arrived at Fort Mifflin.
f panifti (hip William and Mary, Orne Gonaive d;
rig Bsifey, Holt Jamaica
Sally Stubs, dd. fa
Jane, Lillibridge New Orleans, 16 paflengers C
%hk Kitty and Maria, Tinker Jean Rabel
Mountain Leader, Collins N.Orleans fc
Nancy, Town Jerefnie
Arrivals at New-York.
Ship Lyon, Afher, Bermuda Ic
Joseph, Coffin, Amsterdam
Three Friends, Sherry, ditto P
Brig Maria, Bfart, Guadalupe
• jSgktt RjU Waidron, St. Croix V Y
Theresa, M'Carall, Barbadoes -=
Capt. Sherry, £rom Amsterdam, has favoured us
with the following particulars.
Arrived at Ajnfterdam, Mar 2(1, brig Ruthy,
Kemptoq, from Boston, bound to St. Peter(bujigh;
brig Camilla, from do. for do ; brig Revival, Smith, hi
of Hudson, from Havre. * T. •
May 4, arrived, ship i&lknomac, T)arby, from »
Baltimore. •* ' ,4
Left at Amsterdam the following vessels, viz. rJ
Ships Margaret, Harringtoa, to fail for Philadelphia a!
[- next day. 0
Charlotte, Alkinfos, for New-Ycrk, to fail in ic p
or 1 2 days. el
Hebe, Ferris, with paflengers for Baltimore, to h
fail next day.
Rising Sun, Davidfon, from arrived f<
May 9. ''
Scott, frem Charleston, do. ''
Fame, Havens, from Savannah. 'I
■j New-York,Clark, from New-York, arrived May 9. h
"Diana, Roffeter, do. do. |>
I Little Mary, Bamers, for St. Übes, to fail fame j
? day. P
Attive, Robinfen, do. do.
Andrew, Makings, do. do. '
Nancy, White, for Bordeaux, do. / "
Brigs Peggy, Lawrence, arrived 17th May, ftom
j from New-York, for New-York. '
( Fe«*fylvni», M-ooCt y. from Puiiadelp l '!*. "
L May 24. lat. 47, 4.0, li> 12, 30. W. spoke the a
Hmiftft' frorrTNew Y- our 6 w.ekf, ™
June 12th, lat. 44, 36. lonir. 33,00 I
If t«si aftef the difcliarge of 5" (hot by- *
r TKjTVeBUJ frigate, convoy for the Newtourtdland a
jfMkjnd after detaining us about 2 iiours permit f
K®BM>™ceed. ' J
"TOeir fleet at firft confided of 36 fail, and now c
On (he 20th June, lat. 44, 20, l*ng. 49, Sc. c
i spoke the (hip James, Parker, from Baltimore, to 1
Rotterdam, out 10 days, all well. {
July 4. Arrived (hips Harmony, Wince, St. <
Übes; Hunter,Tibbets, Havre de-Grace ; Aftrea, r
Tinkhsm, Liveapool ; Lydiaj Ch??.te, do ; brigs, t
Patty, Snow, St. Bartholomews ; General Wayne,
Allen, Jamaica ; fchoonrrs Elcy, Lord, Tobago ; i
Nancy, Derby, Demarara ; Betsy, Hills, Rio Ef- <
fsquibo; Frie dfliip, Harlow, Martinique j Ca- :
tharine, Co*, Lisbon; sloop Union, Bolt, Can- ■
/It Brsst, May 16—The Sea-Flower, Crcm
by. of EaPcon, from Hamburg, th? Fame, Cvn- 1
ningliam, of Boston, Minerva, 1
Eldrr'ge, of Nsw-York.
The of Boston, Capt. Harlow, for Bor
deaux ; the Kary, of do. Capt. Ridle, for Setn- '
hal, i: ba!hft ; the Rogus, of do Capt. Atkirs,.
for Fi-imouth, with exchanged prisoners, Lave-fa l
ed frqrr. Brest.
•Jt' Hamsukgh, May 2 —Ship Statira, Ed
' wards, Boston j Three Friends, Bradford, do*',
Brig Two Friends, Bartol, do. Cotney, i
dd. (hi.) Eleanor, Seward, do schooner Fair !
dy, Bruce, do, brig Neptune, of Salem.
Afs.~ Übes, May 35 —The Pomona, Merril, 1
«f Pottfmouth, to 1 fa 1 in 20 days; Katy, Rider,
to fail for America i.> 25 days; Harmony, Tuck
er, of Portland, to fail in 25 days; A. Hamilron,
Congar, for New York, to fail in 20 days ; John
Trefiy, of Marble;.ead, to fail in 16 days; Lex
, irigton, M'Kintey, Alexandria, to.faiiin 30 days
—-Active, Blair, of Philadelphia, to fail in 20
days; a (hip belonging to Nev^,-Bedford) from Bred
—nams unkoowp, performing quarantine.
At Rio-EssFquiso, June 16 — bn£ Ceres
Bayley, «f Boston ; frhooper Ann, C,roee, of
Binlfwiok'r schooner He(Kr, Delano, of Boston ;
I>trtWMaicr, Leiglnon, of Bolton ; floo3_Betiy,
Wheelright7 LTTiIS t"a"rtnv",X" 't r?rrr, Wn-otk:
Capt. Burgess, of New BcdFoid, arrived here
from Alexandria, was boarded July 2, in lat. 39, 1
48; long 72, 30, from a British nigate, of 32 1
guns, who piffled one 0/ Ij fmeii, Pardon 1
Tabor, no'withftanding he Ameiwan by <
birth, and had a protection llgned by a N irary <
Public. Phere were five other Americans on board
the frigate. * 1
C.ipi. Harlow, on Sun iay. From Marlr- <
riiqce, spoke a French privateer, on is<ttuniay even
ing 'aft, about 10 leagues from Cape v.orl ;f«oa 1
lofmg fight of her, heftrd » fmarr cnnonndc,
coaUaued ao hour •, fr<?ra which he luppufcß <
1 L
| i .. ■
% ' 1
- hav j with fume British force. The his
.event is rltetiknown to us; nottvifh thcije tht
ire many vague reports refpeftinjr it- fey
Ihe Lion, Capt. o"dlin, of Boston, is arrived H;
at Bourdeaux, frorn Charleston, with tobacco, ricc - fc y
and soap. of
rhe Argo, Capt., Franckford, at Havre, from ce<
Philadelphia. an(
The Emelie, Capt. Freeman, has failed from
Havre, for Gnadaloupe. fen
The Trial, Smith, yf Boston, arrived at Havre > th:
from Nantz. ii.c
The A (Stive, Snow ; and Juno, Blake, were at St:
Bottrdeaux mi-Idle of May* tut
The Star, Hubbard, and Mentor, Kaft, have f« c
failed from Bourdeaux for Ahona. - , tre
June 8, 2, ship Minerva, Turner, Cr
-horn Boston "«itfra veryfine Vhid. Jhc
6 May 31, a brig belonging to Kennebunk, R.O- of
| binfun, malter, from Charleston, bound to Lon- c<i
s do», 25 days out. de;
June 26, long. 65, brig Abigail, of and from tei
n Portsmouth, bound ta Hamburgh. nn
July 2, lat. 30, 36, long. 63, the Boston, four q ll
e days from New-York, for Hamburgh. p«
a July 4, lat. 40, 35, long. 44. schooner Areth'u- g>)
fa, Wellon, 6 days from Kennebeck ; for St. J®
s Croix. ' ' ?d
rl >jnty 2, lat 43. long 64, 30, a brig from &elcm f^
s for Qiincnbagen. . mi
e Lorig. s§ k brig Orion, Rice, from Portsmouth td,
for Dartmoutlii ' lie
May 3 .16, —, fr^m,Charlef-,
a lon for London. * ' tin
ri May to, off «he Lizard, was spoke the brig ft-j
o Polly, of Salem, from LiftvVn, lumnd to London, fti
e The Three Sifters, of Wiftf'affet, is at New. ab
x York, from Greenock, wi r ,l. a \
:s ■ ' 1 • * ■ - to
,s ■ British parliament. th
Hfcuss op Lords, Monday, May 2 A
r, , state of the NATION. W(
; The Order of the Day, " that their Lordlhips tei
i, be fummo?ed." being read, f pu
The Ma quis of Lanfdowne a«d expHefled or
n the, regret he feTTTn the anticipation fn liis owi: pe
mind, than what he had ro'fubmit to Ihe confide- ex
ration of the Houfc would nqt meet with a favoi L
a able reception 5 howler, as he it a part Sa
of his duty ta the public to come Forward od the an
O present occasion, he had rlo other ?tiernative than pi
either to do so, oi"~m cafe of entirely wiihdrawir g pi
o himfelf frem an attendance in that Hoftfe, to give bi
his reasons to the country for so doittg. He p- in
d ferred the measure of calling their X^prd atten ht
tion to what he hlfd to propose, as it. would be iefp »v
liable to create alarm than thf'other Difclsjm ii;' er
therefore, all motives of disgust or difappoi iraitht,
5. he requested their Lorddiips.Jo rerolleft the put- m
port of two motions which he fubtnitted to thi is
ie in 1779 and 1780; which, iii t o»dT to al J'i
(ill their memories in, he read as part of hjs,£peech.
The firft was in December 1779, and related to <1
the then ilate of thc-country during the American in
/ war. The second was in February 1782, to nea> »'i
m ly the fartie purpoit ; and his Lordship begged the t
House ;o reeolleft, though at that time his mot' h.
wis Wifre called anarchical and le .rtinj to confufi '
k and all that was bad,.yet h>nie (hort time af
j, wrnij and foHotvttt-trp 'bynn Hi rrr -»
o Friend of his in th« House of Comtironß, the Mi '1
,y "ilter of that day was so far under the ne. tffity of v»
ij allowing their force, tfiat he acceded to the ap- .b
; pointmcnt of a Comraiffion of Accouifis, formei' a
of independent ,ger.Ueman, both in "fortune and rr
nv character, who did fea!i in ci her Houfc- «
of Parliament. The rquls paid the higher, ti
0. ci»inplimentß to thfe aWlit.■?», the integriry, and *f<
lo indtUlry of these ge. t'rrhan, to whom he said the c
oublic were under the gre.iteft obligslioiis f»r the h
;eport they ha 4 pubiifhtS o;i the many moll import- -
ant matters committed to theii trust and research ; p
ana particularly recommended the pei'ufal of the h
ra, report to their Lordships, thattho' a
gs they might not find it so entertainir\g as Lorcwzo de 1
ie, Mtdui, they would by no means think it dry read- r
3 ; ing, and they certainly would d#ive a very h
if. considerable degree of the mJ ufeful and import-* a
la* ant information. His Lord(hip said, that it was a
in- not his wilh in what was about to prop.ife, to h
lay any dire£l charge of blame or accusation a«-ainft v
m Admmiftration, but he »houghi it was Only doing ti
<n- ihem a piece of juftiee to giVe them an opportuni a
fa, ty of (h-wing, th;vt. they who had previous to their I
being -Miniftera, built on the ground work of the o
nr. ttporr he alltded to,, and rouindly maintained, that c
:n- the influence of the Crown, " had increased, was t
ns,, inc reafine, and 10 be diminished j" had ei- f<
ill, ther cairieo those measures, so strongly recom- ( I
mepded by thcrfpdrt, into effefl ; or that there p
!d v ere g?iod fufficient reasons for their not hav- n
'• ; '"g A period of 14 years "hid elapsed, H
us,. believed no one part of it had yet been put h
in'force or acted upon. Ihe Neble Marqu s* re- ;ii
quefled their Lordftlip's attention to the second ; d
ii, report, in which the (jbnfolidation of five boards jii
■r, ints one was pSrticulnrly recommended. This p
■k would have gone, if adopted, to the abolition of t
>11, fifteen places with the "falarics annexed, out of five t
bn and twenjy. His Lordlhip then referred to the c
:-x- ninth report, which'flrlated to the payment of the «
iys army, in which he said it was pointed out the great- b
20 eft confufion prevailed. The Commiffiorrrrs had \
eft said that it ought reduced loHwo heads, Sub- 1<
fillence and Arrear ■, instead ef which, there were b
es payments to the right and to the left, forward and e
0 f backward, that it became so complicated a business, ii
n ; that fcaree any (3ne, much Isfs tltoft poor soldiery 6
v, who were affected by it, could a; all undefftand it. p
fit: -tla—Oi-.v'r /'ink nntiie ps tll£<utnth rcpoit, rela- i<
;re tive to the £#oans, in which he said he ridiculed the ti
19, mode of making tfiem—fo much in the three per f<
32 c- nts —so much in the four per ceiits,—a bonus, a a
on douceur—a lottery, au annuity—but' it' was very jv\
by ealy to fee for what mode was adopt- ft
X y «d—to answer the views of Minders, and let the t]
ltd public fee the fityarion they were in as little aspof- p
(ible. His Loridjltij then adverted to the tmfu .d a
li. Ed debt, and navy hills, particularly mentioned'in n
in. the I>th report, and to extraordinaries of the ar- si
oa my, iq, the 15th. The latte articjc he only (light- si
le, ly mentioned, having, he said, more 10 obferjre Up- ft
fc* 011 it in another place. The article of finances, ti
*- > # ,
his Lordihip filid, he fLnuld not «t *11 -bring into *>
the debate of this night, he intended that for r. JRo
. r c}>a-a*e and finale coiifideratityvon a future day. i .
Having -requeued their Lordlhips' attenxioii to thefc k;
.ffvjral points, particularly liptifed in the reports *co
of the Commillioners ps Accounts,- he. next pro- eri
needed to,animadvert on various irieafures adopted on
and pursued by adminiftralipn, which he divided dil
into twd hrads, viz. those undertaken without con- bi
sent of Parliament, ami thdfe in which they had G'
that confeut. Of the firll class, he began by no- til
ticing the appointment of a third"Secretary of re
State, a measure which, in his mind, wis no only \i,
totally unnecelVary, hgst which was dirc&ly in the :l
face of an Aft of Parli merit pr.fle 1 for tjhe re. ci
trenchment <?f the power , and influence of the art
Grown. His Lordlhip then proceeded tfy. notice e>:
the of f„ many bai racks, in various paits a
t>£ the which," be said, was a un- <0
C<»jUuiUi.irfal l «scJ#iirc r and alamifcv in t'uc highest w;
degree, to eyery one for she li- ici
bertics of the country. They were, he i.iid, so ve
m-toy foitrffles, jed" nothii (j less; and lie., re. i"j
queited thtir. Lordship's recpHedfen of the o dr
pinion whiih the learned jisdge Blsckllone I.aj ye
givjjfftti h.s coramentai ics an tiie laws of England, it I
>>6nc6rniiig tlve : illegality aid danger which attend an
ed their being allowed. He coridemned; in very ib
fevereterms, the appropriation of so large a furn of fin
money as they are to port, without any Application be
td, or ronfent of parliament. He then took .110- trie
tiee of, the_mlraotdinaries of the army, which l.e tri
laid were carried to a length that was- frightful to w)
think of ; and in of his alTertion on this ce
fubj.&j bis Lotdlhips, after paying many high and eli
ftijking compliments to the author for his great (h
abilities and found .judgment, read an extrad from ir.j
A work published by Mr. Hatfell, principal cleik nj
to the House of Commons, in which he dates,with oil
the greatelj force afld perspicuity, that the ji
American war the extiaorcTinaries of the army <,1
were ft> enotmous as to exceed the ellimates gran
ted by.pailiament ; so that a larger furtr'of the >tl
public money was thus expended by miniftevs with
out, than with tlie. content of parliament}' whose tft
peculiar ('ury it was to fee to, and t* eonltpul the so
expenditure of every (hilling. He entreated their ti
Lordships particular attention to what Mr. Hatfell n
had so ably and intelligently wrote tVn this head,' h
and said he waiud forgive.all those newspapers which, h
pretended to principle, all.the ttonfenfe they might; si
put into his mouth as having said, if they wouldl (1
but print and reprint what Mr Hatfell had writteti '1
in so true and malteily a maru.ei : alluring the h
tioiilc, that'in thole pralft's (:« beftowild op the x
work he was actuated by rio ofhet motives whiter
er, but that of doing ftrkS juliicc to what so truly n
inferred it. The marquis ttien proceeded to com i
ment on the traufpurt board, which he ;
is si wi'h great ocpence 10 the tountry in ;
naval war, which was not the most aufpiiious ill iU f
i-oirfequepces, a»d at the iame time was not Co,
■ uctc/i with thai service to the public yMlich it i
might be, ' y b?ing cntrufted to fotne a&ive indi- »
vidual merchants,or taken into the hands of govern
ment. Iniloil, this plan he thought vvuu'dhethe f.
hcit for them't<» have theii ovyn traafports, and a v
.'mimttance which occiin tcl in the American * vcol
? fifr the ctefe vf'tftu' f
-wwi t 1 r.t r/n f1 i-iyfporw was-Amk, i
■hat at pcifce, the ar y was lihqet the necessity of
waiting it New York and othe- places a confidera- i
■ ble time for want 1 f transports to bring them away
and if the war had bee& to he continued, govern- •
merit would hive found their hanijs completely tied i
up from on velthit. Beficles, it was not only t
the 'wpti-ce.of this b'uard that he fount! i
( *faul. witlv; he had heard alf.>,s th»t it was to be- 1
• come rfejK ace ellablrlhraeirt, appearances, f
hi.- yr»si{r»td there weregroardsfir the"f«ppofition 1
. —The gentlemen who compofjM it fcemcd to be .1
; pretty snugly lituated —they hjid got a house, and_ I
; he believed a neceflary womw also—and lie'.was 1
' afraid they would not be got,rid of easily. Hii 1
t Lordthip then came to those tneafurei which had 1
. received the fanfliion of perliameßt—and the firll i
f he mentioned was, the India bill, which he cal'ed 1
. an enotmous mountain of influence ; a huge s wide' (
s and deep gulph of corruption. The little red Wik 1
y he defctibed at, a l'wollen big-bellied thing which <
1 would footi be the only object of a library, and pa- |
r as an elephant that be introduced as t
an ornamented figure to fill up the other parts of it. 1
r He wsi very severe cotydcmnation of it, as an- j
c overgrown means of eplargirin beyond all power of <
t ■ calculation, thit iipfliieVue if the Crown, whfch 1
< those who framed ft had far fore said, "had increa- |
. fed. was increafnyg, and oitjht to be diminilhed." i
. ,He then cafled the attentijn of the house to the ;
e polict bill, which b'_- hici hJd palled as a temporary t
measure, at a time wh*n he Ivas in the country, or he j
, should have gf»¥n'his'opabfnion to it. Tins bill, «
he understood, was (h.ortly to come before the house t
. in order to be made a peimauent one. He con-.
3 demricd the principle of it as unconstitutional, and .
s | law no reasoN why it Aoujd not be upon the fatoe
3 plan bs that of the city of|L.ondon, wl>ere the- wor- ■
f thy Aldeißiirt) okirttier nad pteferved the peace etl
e tire and without having occasion to
e call in the aid of one single man of that deftn'pti >n,
- which had been so much extolled by some. He
. believed it was nrteuded to throw the police of
1 Weftmiiitter ent'irtly into the hands of a certain
- learned ptoftfGon, and perhaps ere long that would
e be extended to the cmtV.try, and the chairman of
j every quarter would be a lawyer f cm. the
, inntofcourt ; hut for'his part, he though; the
f- Ontfs \M|u)d h< as well, if riot better, done by the
. plain ho«'«ft perfo -s, to whom by the conftituuorv
. it was now fonfided. His lyordrtiip having men
e tidned. these fcvcral points, said, he had one to ob- c
r serve upon, which \tm of greater magnit\>d« than
a all the reft—the clause in an a<st of Grttf'gc 11.
f ! which had tepeahd a fundamental part of thecon
- llitution ct the bant of England, and empowtfrd
e the governor and dire to lend any sums they I
- pleafetj tq minifteis, to anj amou-at. This was to
all intents and putpofes making the bank.a parlia
-1 1 rneut, for minirters might obtain larger fupplws f
- from the hank during the reccfuh'an they'could
from parlif.ment irfelf while it was fitting. Having
- said thus much, the marquis said he would not fin
, ther troubfe their I.ord'hips, than to r.eitii the mo-
, - ■ -• jp -e ■
•/. - N
tmr he hsd to fu!.mit to the. confidefation
j hoiaf- , vhich+.e did as fiiU.nvs : . ,
1 ",V"hat this house fees that no (leps have b"{n
kec,f .0 carry into efiV<3 the reform i;i t,r.e pirbhc ac»
coLts ,ts, accort!i»g to ihe report of the rOSnridi-Mi
ers trf 1 public accounts. It isllutrfuli Mfcfrwucftt
onrthis house to inquire into the, c mfe of so e*t.;i»r
dif .ary an qmifuob-; whetht 1 any «» of&< es have
If -'a created, whether any old Varies have beei. i.i."
(i'rt-Xfed, ind whether ntw: falartes l.ave been gjiTit
t*i 1 for .pecial .purposes, and com iwned thoui;li the
rt afons r them have ceased. on the
vriiether the pu])lic expcnces hjvc increased bt yv d
tftf typ'pltw a iritially granted hy Piol'-.mer.i. 'i hefe
ci q«irir-, ulu'eh are at all times a r'ttty, are ntgent
»4ifldfipeiiWjle in a couult, at o«cc bioodv <;nd
ejipenfive beyond the example l \f any former j
a \ oiitiil,j*itiiytM pjariVor oljedl, except y>ha[ tlit
(oi du'fi of the wAr firft »e.ued,,ptten le'd with 3
w;tl tie of njoljey beyondimagmatiun, wh" h hat ai
ieA iy reduccii.our'trade to a depeodince upon tlrat
vert war for its fuppoit, Ah'ieh has funciimejitaily
iiyij red i> ; and lias lo exhan3ed t>ur rtfonrces n» to
dri* e 1 cvivr those fax. s which hare he'en 3 few
yeaj s ago repealed, unde> the idea ''qf its being i.e-
prevent the diminution 'of ilie 'revenue,
and!policy which mullaga,in- be resorted to,upon
thei-etuwi of peace, and will create a nec;{Ti.y of
find'iiig our taxes, if new and productive taxes' <an
be invented in our } hen cxhaulied ttate.
tiof Iso alarmi Jt> and so marjiteftly tending to def.
troy the Confidence of the people in' Parliament,
which every refleiting man mu'l with great (on-
have ohferved, for a f*w years toberapidly de»
clitiing, and which mud Ililldecline unless Parliament
, fhjf 11, by a timely revival of its ancient energy and
ins cgrity, convince the people that they are deter
m| inedto come forward, with ftieh public medfiKea ,
olf order arid reduilion as may tend to cl.eck the
(1 rogrefs of t"V»e preferit system, which if pursued,
inevitably terminate in public cotvfufion."
The Lord Chancellor having afterwards read
the motion.
Lord Gfeliville rose, and Lid, that he felt him
tfelf utfdcr codfiderable dlfijcul y Low to answer, 14
one.argument, two tilings so different in their r.a
---r ture as the speech of the Noble Marquis, and the.
1 m tion with which lie had concluded it. The No
,l hie Marquis had, in his speech, expressly said, that
\ he (hou'd not, on the prcfent occasion, go itito the
t; fubjetS fef Finance, and yet the motion expressly
il states, " that the war has already reduced our > rbSc
h to adepenciance on itfelf for fupport,and has so ex
e haulted our refotitccs, as to drive us to revive taxes
v. which had been repealed." His Lcndihip -said,
. his was cettainiy alluding to our Finances very
J materially, and put him to the necessity of obftr'v-
I- ifig to their Lordfl.ips, that it called upon rhem to
c, vido every thing which they had tfeen dinny du
'< iisgth? last three years, meuly on the afTer.jun of
he Noble Marquis, for which he certain!} not
any proof, and which he would take upon
it i.irn to fay, was r.»>t foyndid in fa<S I for th, ; t our
i- i rade had been repeatedly shewn to be in a more
1 urofperous and ftourifiiing ftatc than it had ever *
i.e \ycen renumbered M any former period, during the ''
a continuance of a fcac,' Having thus denied tht
» Jata oT the motion, his Lordfh'ip proceeded to com-
upon speech, arid in doi'.g thic,
sf :ii a mqi'if unprepared fta e, not having the smallest
a- :ue»,'frvm the papers on the table, that so many of
y he -poiat-a alluded to woiil3 be taken up in the
II- manner they were ; and being thus unprepared, he
:d fliould be obliged,to, speak to them feverallyji as"
ly thay arof« from mere rtfcolleftion, ia doing which,
f if his memory in any degree inaccurate,
e- tie hopeil their Loi.d/hips would make allowances, ■
s, for h« them he would not willingly fay artT • .
111 or jpiflea Hr> the lead. The No
>e . hi: Marquis had n|att?r a»a cruet ice
id. by ti/fi y the l ondufi of+Adminillration, du
as. 14'yrars,by. those profeflfonswhich,,
is tee'lavs; tney made previous to their becoming Mi.
id , nifters r,for his-own part, he was not at that tirr.ff
-1 in ParWment at ali 1 iit)»could, he recolieft r.tich, ,
:d figam per fun al knowledge, 6f what were the ptecifs
fC deChiMUOns of the pr.rties to whom the Msrquis al
k luded. *' TSkinT it, howifver, froni the ftatetnents
h of the NoH)< Ntqrqyis hipjfdf, he could boldly as
a- fert, thavmany thittgs had beer, done corifonant t3
"» thfc i4ea» vvliich hatfbecn mentioned as so undid on
t. the lep'orts on the talS'e'. 'His Lordlhip began by
iw* r.n tht firft j^jiofc.adduced by the Mar
of quia-—the confulidation-of intyare^
th which,.he said, might perhaps be' ah itlra tkat Wjj"' l !
a- suit a Peace Eilahlilkwiitht, which certainly
' would Would not answer mj time o£ war ; and the
ie affaiis of the nation be more advan
■y tageoufiy a<Jftiriiftered by IVtriany different bpfi'(|«,
ie all of which fine labthtr
11, enough, and he not rnSre lily of
fe theli zeal, abilities, and industry, fharf-iKty defei v'ed.
(To %4 concluded h; our nfmt.J
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e Philip Nicklin & Co.
n •Souchong ■» *
J Hyson Skin /
jj- Young Hyson > FRESH TEAS j
Hyson and \
" Imperial .
YeHow Nankeens
China Wart, iflorted in Bolrs and Chests
n QuickClver
i- Uandanbo Handkerchiefs of excellent quality in
chefls ■ %
n London Market *. V.MADEIRA WIN r
r London particular S- in® Ripes, hogftreads, &
New-York' Market J quarter calks
' Teneriffe Wine in pipes and hogfkeads
° Sugar Can;!wbythe 80*...
y Sail Canvas' No. i a 8
o Leail in (heets
i- 3 Calks of lutleryaflnrted
rs A few chests of Mancheflei-Goods, aflorted thielf*
j sets, cords, flriped Nankeens, &c.
3 Small packages of bl?ek f'-w irtg-fiiks
' S TTdrctfs Virginia Snake-root.
Nails aflorted in calks
■>- July t8 mwiTlf