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Title: The Bahama gazette
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Publisher: Printed by John Wells
Place of Publication: Nassau
Publication Date: July 8, 1786
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Issuing Body: Printed Nov. 5, 1799-Feb. 14, 1800 by the friends of John Wells for the benefit of his heirs; Feb. 18, 1800- by Joseph Eve.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Aug. 14-21, 1784).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 17, no. 1415 (Dec. 30, 1800-Jan. 1, 1801).
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SUPPLEMENT to the BAHAMA GAZETTE.'


SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1786.


Parliamentary Debates. IMPIACHMENTI of Wanis HAsTrISc, Efq. dentoftheCouncilatCalcutta, and be put at the
Mr. Burke dreired, that the Journals of s;a head of the government of Bengal, who had been
might be turned to, and the 44th and 4sth rcfolu- bred, as it wer,ln thofe principles of Government
tioan of May 9, be read. They were read accord. for the Britilh poefemons in India and therefore
iicus f COMtMON, .Frida, Ftbruarj i, 1736. ingly, and were as follow : it had been thought advifeable, to take Mr. War-
AMERICAN INTEIcoURSi BILL. "That for the purpoe of conveying entire ren Hftings from a government n the other part
l, Rig H. Mr. is roe, a cordl conviction to the minds of the native princes, of India (Madrafs) and pt himat the ead of the
1i Right inlia Mr. y7ekinfo role, according &" that to commence holtilititc without jut pro. Bcrgal government. Thus matterswent on, tll
i to the notice he had given, to move for leave of vocation against them, and to purfut fchenme that floufe found it neceffary to turn its attention
,ooing ;n a bill for continuing, another year, an ofconqutft and extent of dominion, are mci- to the affairs of India, and to enquire into their
ad mdle in the laft felirons, for regulating the fores repugnant to the wili, the honour, and ituoaion. Various committees had from time to
interccuric between the States of America, anld '< he policy ol this nation, the Parliament of time been appointed, and different proceedings
the lritilli dominions. lie faid, he muit neccira- Orcat-Britain Ihould give frme final mark of had upon theground of their reports. At length,
iy take up lome time of the Houre, in order to *, its difp!eafitre against thofe, in whatever de- in an unfortunate moment, the American war
late a fLw fa.t relating to the prcfct situation of g ree intrulled with the charge of the Eall-India broke out, and in the midit of that mad and mf.
ltrde btwcn ,our potcliions and thofe of the i. Company's aff:ira, who Ihall appear wilfully to chievous contest, the affairs of India kept their
Uilttd States. lie entered largely into the date 4, have adopted orcountenanced fytem tending hold on the minds of that Houfe in the year
of the American trade, dividing it into two a to inspire a reafonablr difrut of the modera- s78s, the Houfe thought it right to institute two
brnchls; one between the BriLilh Wet-lndia tina.. infice and good faith of the Britili na- frparate and diftinh Committees a Secret and a
lilnds and the United States; the other between a tion.' SeleCt Committee ; at the head o the former was
thofe States and Great-Britain herfelf; and gave ". That Warren Hdtings. Efq; Governour. placed a Right Honourable and learned Gentle-
Ianccount of the various articles that were tle GeneralofBengal, and William toranfy, EV(i man, who then fat oppoflte to him, and who had
fubjiclu of each. There were branches of comn- Prifident cfthe Council at Bombay, having in fuggefted the firing of resolutions from which he
nrce highly advantageous to this country, and 4 ludry itmances acted in a manner repugnant had fledled that refpefting Warren Haltings.
there wa no danger ot their being taken from us; to the honour and policy of this nation, and Efq; and Mr. Hornby a refolutle fto pointed,
becauic it wit quallydefirable for the Americans th.rrby brought great calamities i India, and andd fo directly accuin thofe gentlemen ofanegle
tolintl a niar;kt, as It was for us tFbc fuipplied 4 enormous expenses on the Eatl-nldia Com- of dult, and with having aced improperly it
ilthl tlli' commodities. He gave a long account 4 piny, it is the duty of the Diredni a ofthe ifid their official situations, that perhaps the Houte
stf' B.itilth flippioig laB year employed in the c C;impany to purfuicallegal and elcelual means would wonder, that a gentleman whole mind,
Are:irc.ii tiade, which he aid amounted to about for the removal of the laid Governour-Gedtral after a long and laborious investigation of the
,o0 vtl' ti, employing four thousand fcamcn, amd aid Prelident fr.-- their relptetire offices, and fath, was fati fled thatfo frong a resolution wan
contilllg Sj,0oo tons. It had been delircd by a, to, ll them to Great -U itain." foiuded, Ihould bave contented himfelf with ha-
fbme g.itllcmcn, on former occalltos, not to re- Mr. Bu,,r then role again, and lamented that vint perfiaded the Houfe to adopt the resolution,
lit tilie importation of American produce into the flcmn htlinefs of the day Ilhold have devol- vote it, and thus make it their own. The other
our ill.inls to Britilh shippingg ; but lie never could ved ito his hands, when it would have come ior. (the Sclc Committee) had been moved for by
agrce with them in opinion tiat it would be poli- ward with li much more weight andell et, ill the General Smith (now no longer a member of that
lic C to do, because it was the practice ot tle hands of the Right lion. Gentleman, who htl Hnufe) and the motion had been conded by am
Amcntc in. when admitted with their nirrchan, fugfcied the very resolution that had been read to IIon. Gentleman, at this time Secretary to the
ize ilnt~ thafe islands, to carry away nothing but the ioufe, and had pcrfadedl the Iloife to vote Beard of Controul. Mr. Burke hinted, thattt
fpcie in return, and thou to proceed to the it, with many others. He had, he faid, been would have become that gentleman to have beea
ncighboi ing French or Spanilh fllandt, to pur- urged to endeavor to put the r-folitions in force, the person to have taken the bufluef up, which
chiaf rum and figar for the Continental market. and to prevent their remaining a mere calumny on he was about to bring under confidetation. On
Tbis he inltanced by a faCt that had happened lat the page of theirjournals; he had been called up- that Committee (the Selec) Mr. Burke aid, he
btar, when, in consequence of the hurricane, the pn by the party principally interefied in any pof. had been an unworthy member I and he could
Gorernour of Jamaica had found it necefrary for Irble proceeding tat cold be inflitutcd, in a man- anfwcr for it, that however deficient in point of
supplying the iflnd with provtfians, to publifli a ner highly honourable to that gentleman, but in ability the Committee in general might be. the
proc'.imiion, admitting all American vefcls into a moment which rendered it impolliale for him members of it were exceeded by none for their
the harhbitiS, and giving them permifflon to di'- not to do his duty i though he could not fulf- zeal, their affiduity, and theirlabour. The two
pofe rf their cargoes there-this proclamation elently lament that through a devolution occa- Committees had both applied with fo much con.
accordingly brought a efficiency of provitionis oned by the natural death of fome, the political fancy, and with fo much unremitting attention
intothe market; but almost the whole was paid death of others, and in fome inftances a death to to the fubjted submitted to their investigation,
for in really money, which was carried o(it of the virtue aird to principle, lie food alone to resume that they had produced a larger body of evidences
inall. From this circumflance, he flouldalways the dignity of the Iolfe from degradation, to and laid a more voluminous pile ofreportson the
e anr enemy to admitting the American. to irn- enforce its intention, and togive vigour and effe' table, full of important and interefing informs.
Irt their produce into our iflandd in their own to a fe.tceice palfed four years ago. Mr. BIrke tion, than had ever been produced by any fevct
tlotomr. We Ihould always have a considerable cautioned the HoilTe, however, against confider- committees before instituted. And yet a noble
hare cf their trade for the fale of our rum and ing him other wife than as their agent; the Houfe Lord, high in office, of great weight and autho-
fularm, if imported in our own bhips, becatife our had four years ago accused and charged Mr. Ha- rity, and at that time keeper of the King's con-
iland are the only market they had for their flings, he therefore hood up in a fubordimate capa- science, had thought proper to treat thofe reports
aom, flour, and bifcuc. Portugal had already city, to endeavour to do what the Houfe clearly asidllejbbls. Such as the reports were, however,
pohibited thofe com edities; it was like y Spain meant Ihould have been done; and perhaps it it was upon the authority of the charges agatnfl
would follow her cia ple. France excluded them would have been better, had it been done earlier. Warren Hafing., Efq; id thofe reports as well
from her colonies Jad. it was not probable tie The Holtfe owed protection to all who aded in its as upon the authority of the Aring of resolutions
would admit the to Old France. They were name, and under fandion of its authority by that flood upon (hejournalsof May as, s78, that
debarred front t Mediterranean trade by the protection, he meant that fair and honoulrabe In- he relied his accusation of that gentleman as a
lBibary corfair and as for the northern part of terpretation of conduct, which every man'who.-delinquient of the firi magnitude. When he urgad
Europe, it wou abfurd for them toexpett any meant t have adted uprightly was entitled to. ;n that acctifalon, he did no mere than the Houfs
tncouaagcmen cre; fo that they would be order to give the Houfe, and especially thofe who' had already thought proper to admit, and to de.
Always under t neccflily of admitting our Welt- were newly become members of it, a proper no- clare. That the foufe had not proceeded win-
India prodluci, in order to obtain a vent for their tion of all that had been done by that Houfe re- only, really, or ill.advifably In their inveftigatlon
pain, pulfc and proviflons. The regulations now fpedting India, it would be neccfeb ry for him to of the affairs of India, and that their labours did
propolel had been tried for three years, and with go back a few years, and Bate regularly what not pafs unregarded, Mr. Burke faid, was eri-
reat ficccft, u the Wed-lndia inands were as proceedings had been ptrfued refpcting it ; but dent from the honourable manner n which it had
well as ever supplied with previlions and lumber. this he would endeavour to do, mt as compen been recommended to their attention in a pseech
It might therefore be a qucftion, why he did not diets a way as pollible, being dctirois of taking from the throne, at the doe of the felon of sils g
oaw, as had been intended, propose to nuke the up nomoe of their time than heco-lid not avoid, and likewise, from the gracious exprefftlon, i
bill permanent? His tafon waa, because he un.- It the year iy64, or thereabouts, the Eaft-India whicl his Majefty hadtreated oftheir progrefat
doelood there was a petition to be fent over by Company fen out Lord Clive to eftablia certain the opening of the next feion. Ms. Burke adl
the Afrembly oflJam a agtalt the prfent fyflcm, principles of.government in India, which were at extracts from both the Kinmga fteehes i quemflt
ad he thought t it not to make it permanent atthat tme held to be the hifefA Policy to be pur- and dwelt for a confderale time on the weight
intil it Ihould aplr how far it might be proper (ied, in rfoe t to the Britilh poffffions In that of fuch fandion, and the inference to be draw
to comply with ptiton, nd until its meit quarter ofthe world. Hl Lordlip was eminent- from fuch encouragement. Aftergo thrq_
Were fully lve ated and on account of the tuccefful, and a mof iminepfe extent of ter- an abundant frries of argument, ad tomucthi
retnt unfettled lae f the America councils, rtory fell of a fidden into the Company's hands, upon an infinite variety of relative matter,
ntse of the States having directed Cengrefs to in a manner to ftonilbing, that it was as much proceeded to explain te fort of peoce that he
omc tono fettlementwhatfoeverfometoarrange matter of furprife, as the acquilitlon was won- meant to pirfue, in refped to -Mr. Haflngla
theintercourfc as foon as nine States Ihould agree, derfully reat in point of value. From that rera, a hainft whom head bee to warmly r ured
ad fome to oftpone any regulation until the wealth dd lt It generally does, it opened a ballenged to proceed, an a l n whone ca
wholeCongre should beunantmosu. And at all dor to cnr tl Ahlfe crept in upon abuf; thinly I onld proceed, .t paper that he mean
tvnts, noad confequence could arife from gi- till all India continued fcene of pecu. to move for, mould begrated im. There wer
g the bill a trial for one year ere. He there- nation, rapine, ce and disgrace. The be obferve .tha'e fweral modes or
ate moved, That leave be given to bring In tional honour w u led, and the Britlh name aeain Stlm deleluent that the Hoe lad a
Bill to renew the provio, of an et for funk greatly inthe eAlmnation of the active Princes different times, idthe nature ofth.e a mlg
legulating the commercial intercourse between of the Eaft, and indeed, in the ctimration of all teem to require, ado te the Art to thef waS*
Iobe United States of America, and the Brtill Europe. On Lod Clive's return, it was necef. by direatin his Mtl A ttou
miailoni. fary that tome perfan should be appointed are. profecute I t this of s .i q I






Sot think it Idvifeable to adopt on the percent Alderman Li Mfrier role to complain that latter he releaed ga matters, i1 rfpeto which
occaflon, becauf e he ad never remarked that the the Hon. GeNtleman had not stated to the Houle lie had tholgkt the codudt )of Mr. Hati ng
lead gentleman, at preftnt In that high law all the papers that he meant to call for neither highly culpable at the time, and he thought i,
office, (for whofe charader, ability and know- had he opened to the Houle the points, to wriclh ill; but at the fime time, he did not think Mr.
ledge no man entertained a mare profound refpef thrdfe papers were meant to be applied. This the Haltings had done any thing ciipinal. He faid,
than he did) but he had never remarked that the Alderman faid, he believed was always clltomary; I he bad examined hi. conduct mmutely ; and he
learned Gentleman ever discovered any fymptoms and indeed common fenfe required that it ihouid always found, that when there was any improper
of cxtraordinai y zeal towards the caufe in quef. be fo, as the hour would othnrwife be drawn on eondud obfervable in Mr. Hat inp, every pofibi.
tion, nor appeared willing to lend the whole fep by Rep, till tley had gone To fa.r that they lity of anneing criminal intention to it, eluded
weight of his abilities towards it and unlefs both would not know how to recede; in like manner, his grafp, and their wa always fome letter of the
thofe eftentiils were to be depended on, there as they had heard the preceding day, that men, Court of Direcors, or fume fltong reason torljuify
could be but fall, indeed fcarcely, hopes of any, being deluded by a fries of logical deduction I Mr. Halting at bottons. With regard to the ex.
fuccefs. Befldes he did not think a trial by Jury till they were drawn on to a refilt which their penfive eftablilhments in India, he would read a
the helf fort of trial for criminals of the fize and underlandings denied. lie faid, the refolutione, letter written home by Mr. Halting, in si78, on
enormity t of the offender, nor was he of opinion he understood had palned in a very thin Hlour, that fabject. In the letter Mr. laltings complain.
that the Court ot King's Bench was a fit Court to they ought not therefore to be made the ground ned of the situation he wai in, in conIqience of
decide it in, amidf a cloud of causes of muamand ot fo ferous a proceeding: He declared Mr. Ha- fo many writers being rent out to him, declaring,
ltam, aflault and battery, conversion and trover, Rings had proved himself a meritorious fervait of that he had at that time two hundred and fit
trefpafs and burglary, &c. all of which its mag- the Company, and that, in giingi him that cli- young men, the younger flna of the frit famihi.,
aitude would overwhelm. For thefr reafons, he racler, he fpoke impartidlly, aI he was a perfed in Great-Britain, all gaping for lacks, and frre
should not think of a prosecution by the Attor. ftranger to Mr. H.sitings, and lidl it t even know bling for patronage, in the hopes ofgetting for.
ney-General another mode of prof'ccluion that hli perloii; but from all that h hh.Ld feen of the tunes foon enough to return in the prime of
the Honfe had occaltonally adopted, had been by records ofthe Company during the two laft yeari, life, and Ipend the remainder of their days in telr
introducing a Bill of Pains and Penalties, and for whirh period he had been in the direction, he native country. This remonftrance Mr. Dundas
proceeding to hear and adduce evidence; hut f.nw no reafon whatever to luppofe Mr. Haftmngs faid, was received in England in the beginning of
this mode appeared to him to be pregnant with the delinquent the lion. Genleman had thought the year i7tj, and what was the attention paid
hardship and injustice, with regard to the party proper to describe him.-lle took notice of wtJvL to it? Why, in that pure year, when Sir Henry
prof cuted, and was not at the fame time a very Mr.Burke had thrown out relative t trial by jury, Fletcher fat at the head of the Board of Diredors,
becoming thing for the Houfe, who lifted their and faid, after fo public all avowal front that lid.e fo far frorn a reftriining hand being held over the
characters backwards and forwards, and wore one of the HIonfe of an opinion against tIills by jury, increase of theeftablillhments in India, no lefethan
day an accufer's gown, which they exchanged the he hoped whenever the new court of jud:cature, thirty fix writers had been feat outI Mr DuPdu
next for a Julge's robe. In regard to the culprit, infltuted under authority of the Ealt-lldia Lill, dwelt on this for fome time; and faid he had
it certainly was hard and unjuft to make him anti- came again under dilcutfiin, they Ihouli nrot hear not the lift of the writers enout him, but it wa
cipate hi, defence, by coming to their Bar with the gentlemen, on the other lilc, expriling theer pretty obvious from what mfop they came. He
hi Coutnfel, and Rating iir the place of his arcu- difapprobation of it in fuch vehement terms, as took notice that Mr. Burke, in his fpeech had
fcrs, and alfo in the face of his Judger. for they they had been wont to do. B fore hie fat down, confidcred that part of the letter as leential, as he
were one and the fame perfons, that which he was the Alderman repeated his wilh, thatl the Hot. had marked a part of the letter he had jut read
to rely on as the proof of his innocence, when he Gentleman wnild h ive the fairnel's o (Late to the by an alteration in the printing. Mr. Burke's
was called upon for his defence in another place, Houfe the whole of the pape, lie Inmvt to move, hind, he faid, was pretty viable in fome of the
where the proceeding would be more conformable befoi e the fenfe of the floe was taken oil the dispatches of the Court of DireCtorsof thatperiod.
to the regular pradtic. of judicial tria's, imafmuch prcfent question. from the ntyle in which they were written. To
as the evidencemuft be delivered on oa h. A bill M'. Dundai ro(e and faid that in confirquence return to Mr. laftings, Mr. Dunda faid, he had
ofpains and penaltiesthertfore he should not think of many things evidently pointed at him in the fince 1782, done effirtial services to the Comply,
of, but Ihould have recourf: to the third mode of coirfe of the Right Honourable Gcentlieman's and had received the thanks ofthe Court of Direc-
profecution ; which wa, both ancient and c.anti- fpeech, he began at one time to imagine that he tors not that he meant to Ihelter himself under
tutional, viz. the proceeding by Bill of Impeach. was himself the criminal whom the Righti ion. their Minute ; had he been a Director, moft una
sent; but even in adopting that mode, he Ihould Gentleman meant to impeach; he was g:ad, doubtedly he Ihould have signed the Mirute of
not propose thg ufial practice of moving an im- however, on that occasion, and he lonuld ever be Thanks, being thoroughly convinced Mr. Haotings
mediate Bill onrmpacthment, and then going into happy, if gentlemtin, *heu they meant to fly merited them. He laid great ftrefd on the differ.
a Committee to find the articles to reft it on, be- any thing that bore al!lfion to his conduld, would ent cond d of that Gentleman, declaring, that
caufe that was a hafty way of proceeding, and ay it in that Hiule when he was prelent, and although he thought it expedient to have recalled
betrayed a fort of paflon and heat in their minds, when he was enabled by that m ans to answer it, him in s7 s, on account of the breach ofthetieaty
unbecoming the Houfe. What he meant to pro- and to make that fort of reply that the acculation of Pooruider, and on account of the extremely
lofe would be, to move for papers, from which might appear to merit. He never was, inr never cxpenllve etabliflhmeits introduced by him L
he would extra the articles, and what he holdd liould be afhaned to meet all who had any thing India, he was glad that Refolution had not beel
draw out ofthem, as the matters in charge honild to fly against him, face to face, and he rather carried into effed, because if it had, he Ihould
appear to the Hloufe to be, what lie believe they wilhed they would art in tlat in nly way, and not have been the means of depriving the.Company
would be fulnd- charges of a black and crimi- attack him in anonymous libel,, and di!ulive ,f a molt valuable and ififul fervant,anrd ihc ub
mal die; he Ihould then proceed to the Impeach- pamphlets, craminel with falfc and illiberal char- lbc of a Governour-General of India remarkable
snent at the Bar of the Houlfe of Lords. This gel brought against him behind his bick, iand cir- for uncommon ardour, abilities, and capacity.
mode would be grave and folemn; it would be. culated with industry tuiough'r every corner of the Mr. Dundas faid, he had not the fmallenfob.
come the Commons of England, and would an kingdom. Fromn many pirts of the Right lion. ji dion to the Motion, nor would he have troubled
fwer all the ends of justice. Mr. Buike having Gentleman's speech, it appealed, that tie Right the Houle at all, had not fo much been faid perfo
perfpicuoulfy Rated thefe fad,, went into a firies lin. Gentleman had been of opinion, which he ally to himfelf,that the Houfe, he was perfuded
of refltedions on the nature of the office he had had freely communicated to the Houfe, that he inut have felt that it was due to them, that he
undertaken, and the neceffty tor the Houfe', pro- ought to have been the perfon who Ihoiuld have should rife and give fome explanation on the
ceding with caution and fobriety. Every accufer t.ken upon him the olf-.e of accufer of Mr. points to which the Right Hen. Gentleman had
was, he faid, himfif under accusation at the very Haitings. Why the Right Hon. Gentleman Ihould direded his alluliona.
time he accused another; it behoved him to at have chofen for one moment to entertain fiuch an [To at cqITsHi lD.J
upon fure grounds, and therefore he had chofen opinion, or upon what ground it was, that he
the line of conduct that he had explained, as that had formed it, he was utterly at a lefs to imagine;
which might be followed with the left danger of because at no one period of his lite time had he J U S T I M P R T ED,
error, or injustice. He urged the unavoidable ne. ever faid, or ever dropped a hint that he meant In the Schooner CU.Ia .' Capt. JacKoIs
ceflty of making the enquiry personal. He was to be the ;:ccufer of Mr. Hafings; on the contrary, from CHAaLEs
aware that the People in India, would be better le had again and again declared, that he had no
leafed, if the result of the proceedings in that Luch intention, and he appealed to thole who had And to be fold, for soi,
loufe was to find that peculation lifted, but to fat with him on the Secret Conmnittee, two of a t
difcover no peculator ; that there wai grofi cor whom he faw opposite to him, (Col. North, and PAN TON, L L .S Co.
eruption, but no person to corrupt or to be cor- "Mtr. Ellis) whether he had even hinted at fuch an F R
ruptcd ; that vice bore all before it, but not one idea? He had undoubtedly been the person to fuig. Superfne FLOUR an BISKET.
foul was vicious ; in Ihort, in imitation of coro- gelt the firing of refolutioni that appeared upon Nfau, 7uly s, s7N6.
ner's verdict, to find that murder was committed their journals, and he had not the Imallcit fcruple
but by perfons unknown. In order to trace pe- to admit, that the fame sentiments that he had Bahama Tavert & Punch Houle.
culationtothe peculator, corruption toits force, entertained refpefling Mr. Haltings, at the time
and vice to the vicious, had been the aim of the of piopoing thole resolutions, he entertained ref. r HE Subfcriber having a confderablex.
refearches of the various Committees that had peing him at that moment; but were thoue a pence fitted up the rge Dwelling Houle,
been infituted at different times by the Houfe; entments, that went anry thing like Io far as to lately occupied by Mr. aD, on the Bay, t
as well thatat the head of which that worthy cha- fuppofe Mr. Haftiugs or any part of his conduct property of Mr. John BaI wm, fa the above
rafter, Mr. Gregory, fat for three years incelrant. fuch as made him a fit obiec for a criminal pro- purpofe, and having po ed himself with a
ly, as the two more recent Committees, which fecution ? No fuch thing. What did the resolution, Stck of the belt Liquors, c. Imby rtequi
be had mentioned, and the result was, they found upon which the Right Hon. Gentleman had laid the favour and indulgence e P*ble, whik
that Government in India could not be foul, and fo much frefs, go to f To nothing more than be will tud to merit, by th mt nremhtte
the Head of Government pure. What was the the recall of Mr. Hafings; a matter which he at attention to thofe who may c to boour l
confequence ? A refolutlon of that IHoufe almost the time thought expedient, and had recommend. with their commands. He alf ontnues to
four year ago, that Warren Haltings, Ifq; had ded it to the Houfe as a matter of expediency open his IVe'rl a' d Rb .J w
In laundry Infta ce adhd in a manner repugnant merely, which Gentlemen who were present maf every f e of entertainment will be prodd
to the honourandpolicy of the nation. Mr. Burke well remember. Mr. Dundas faid, he had not at the flortef notice.
at length fat down, with moving. the fmallel objetion to go over all the matter JOHN CAID,
That Copies of all Correfpondence, fince the that had been gone through atthe'time, and to Naf'a, 7aly 1l1t.
month of January, siS8, between Warren Ha- Rate to the Houli, upon what ground it was, that LLi Perfon indebted to the Wtate of thl
ings, Efq;lateGovernour-Generalof Bengal, and he had thought it advifeable toitcall Mr. Haftings deceafed a MrvaL MoariS, lateoflEsm
the Court of Diredors, as well before, as fince in 17S. Having faid thls, he took a fumimary Plante, are requested to make payments 1
the return of the fid Governour General, relative retrofpefive view of the conduai of Mr. Halting before the njth of July, IlS6; and theoh bell
to presents, and other money, particularly receiv- previous to i71g, laying particular ireft upon the demands against the ames to deliver In adC -
edbyth faid Governor-Oeneral, be laid before Robilla war, the breach of the treaty of Poor- thereof, duly attend, by the fad day, to
tbis Houfe. under, and the great and expensive eftablifhments EDWARD MQ NU'I amt *
Mr. WInAd~ feconded the motion. that Mr. Having. had mad in India. The two Nafe, May a, 1 ..( 17






VOL. UIl


No. 1oid.


BAHAMAl GAZRT


NOLLVDI CTbi t B Juiis~ IN VnllA MAGioTRI.


From SATURDZ~ JiUL 8, to SATURDAY, JULY IS, 1786.


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NASAU: Prined' by Jo W WILLS, at the Printing Offce on the BAT.


Europeadn Intelligence;
H A N Q V, & R, A.ab,.4%
A OGENERAL reiewand mtlteraf thetroo
of the Il&ortle s pgrd cd for tlhe aithof
sxt month at SIhaullJdt. feve umle from this
capital; by *bich iee n *re will be new
clothed, it being four.years fine they had ew
clothibr. The Prince Br8 p of Obfabruck is here
and well. ,
Malta. Mareb it, We have accourit tth the
dispute between the Republic of Veoir* aad the
Regency of Tanis i aotl likely to be tUied yet,
but on the contrary that thl negodeltioa between
the kHy and the Chevalier I0o air on the pint
of bing broken uo, the former having enmptyed
the time given him by the tlice to fortiy the Gul.
lIt, an as foono he found it fufficicntly throng
to be proua' .Ulnlt an ther bombardment he per.
I(e., n hie former demands, and has fent his
ltimatum accordingly to the Ventian Coquman-
der, demanding la il4cemundication of Io0,oo
ducata, ver andaboTe th fu.l profents from the
R public, beFdes ieerving to hlNf( the power
of making any alteration he pi l.in the old
treaty. The expeditions of the Caiealier Emo
aain that defpit have not been (uccefdul enough
tnohlige him toaccpt of heconditUom piopoled
by the Republic i it is therefore expctcd that
thei, fleet will foon reqommo ne the bo"lbardiient
of Tunis. .
Hage., April u The lat ettert ftom Brolln
inform usi, tbh! the King. of pruffia wAis ti
when the courier left that plce, bht tliat he .hil
Wat recovered from the lettbay dteutowick he h4 I
fallen fome days b..for. So that we tzpca crcry
hour to hear of the death that Manatch.
Dublin, April 6. Yedietdty the Police Bil,
which has f. particularly eaged the attention of
the iub!ic from It IArt i ntradudiosn wfsaC.,
tried in ie Loran without any amenddsent eto
clIures fu much anima4iert upu, a majql
oftwen.y-frtn, n.the numbbi bena rty tIo,
tight. The Duke ofLinater, l ori ti ntl pr-
res, Charlmont. Clah mpton, Farnham, MUnt-
girtet. D fcrt, and Powerfcourt, have entered
their rretel a.galinlt it, vi..
Dfentientt, ,i
cc.iufL, that tboogh we tay allow idio nw
regulhio, a tlo. ircu arg for the eftiblithing a
proper police inloI city of Dubli, yRtt .it .ve
p'oitet agaift Ija~ which has tbiU Jy panf'd,
infmuch. a pa to u to be, i.iti tcndgncy,
and in many clinfeis ujtill d arbrry
and bcraufe, .how much ioevr w6 4 ay wil for
a good police, we can nervr be Ilduted to bater
for it the corlitutional rights of the people.
Because we corcerirvehat by. fami regltllWns
contained in thil I'i, th chattered rijbti. f the
city of Dublin are.oin 0dued ad ejp1ttl an in
fringement to whicb t tt hNever Eite our aflctt,
and agai.lt which trkm tt pecct.lry tq intormq
eor pIlretity, that' ts live eertd our utnroi
endeavour,.
B cause that, eamxc e pf our o edition to the
lavy,. and, in our ito, uitnecefary erpnce
which will be Incured by e intndcd eltblllh
entt. an cspence gl t which, Tougb u ten-
due by another t we d think
ourfelviea? j "ull#it t i and
o"rdeafome, to Cluanulated taxes, e "ciieve t ui.m this
Operation of this att, a and an eros patro.
'te will be acquired by tht Crown It dution to
,at which we think already to) qtenlve a ptron-
Iae, which we citnot hut deem iTctullarl dinge-
"ils, in.fmuck as it will give to dA l tiraon ao
1"Uconftitutional t.flue;.c.In the corportq of
is city, and over the fe Mthenla ofthe
the great metropolis of Ireaft that' heart of
blbe kingdom, from which the lifiehloo eight to
Sto all its ctremitic 'umadoerated and
:nfnpprerled r utd
IecaUfe that. satuated by our jealous foliitude
Sthe public fecuy, we are indclKed to fear the


aent mature is only an eperimental introduc-
tion to a premeditated f"tcm, for extending the
powers of the Crown, or, in other words for
bridging the privilege of the people; a yftAem of
roac ent, which we think It our duty to re.
sat its rI appearance; md which, aonid it be
rinaedl we edge ourSfelh s reueouly toop-
na ery Rage of its progress.
einer, Mountgarret,
Mduntmorres, Carhamptan,
Charlemont, Powercroort,
Farnham. Dyfart.
lk1itebhe, Afril r. The King has been pleaded
ti appoint Sir Guy Carleton, Knight of the imof
onourable Order of the Rath, to be Caplain
general and Governour in Chief in and over the
province of Qgehec, in America, in the room of
Sir Frederick laldimand, K. B.
The K:ng has alfo been pleaded to appoint the
aid Sir Gay Carleton to be Captain General and
Governor In Chief in and over the Province of
Nova Scotia, including the ifand ofSt. John and
and Cape Breton, ia America'nln the room of
Sohd Parr, Efq. and of the Pvince of New-
lrunfwick, in America, in the room of Thomas
Carleton, Bfq,
S.The King hs ali been pleaded to appoint the
faid Sir Guy Carleton to be Oeneral and Com-
nai&dcr in Chief of his Majcly'Obrces in the
abovc.mentioned Provinces and lands, and
within the land of Newfoundland.
April it. The King has been pleaded to con.
pitate nd appoint the Earl of Leven to be his
Majety's High Commimoner to the General
lembly of the Chbrh of Scotlad.
: Lm a.l, Ari l r. Yetlleday Lord Corawalli
took hi final leave of the Qeen, previous to his
foing to India as Chief Governour in the room of
Liernour Hafingo.
i We learn, by the mot recent letters from
Vienna, that his Imperial Majety has ordered al
tedera and parish priest within his dominions to
nakPufe of the Veracular, instead of the Latin
(.mnguge, in the adminiftratlo of the ifcraments.
ula is another fTrig plucked fiom the triple
crown of the holy father of the church.
rhI Stpfost laid qok.
SYcftcrday the officers who mounted guard for
St. Jamesl, the Qupen's houfe, and Tilt-yprd,
rere paraded with their words drawn Inftead of
hepantoon, fot the first time fince the alteration
took plaei and we bear this amendment (if it may
be fj called) is to take place nongoft all the segi-
ments belodgieg ta hbi MWefty.
A very capital khone, in the mercantile linn,
t'as under the diCAgreeable neerirty of flopping
payment, a few days fnce, owing to the failure
of remittnces, which were eapedted fri m the
Wecrfrn Contineht.
SA the decilon upon the Appeal of Hill and
DBucmanL, which was determined in the Houte
of Los! on Therfday lafti I of importance to the
mercantile world, we hall lay a ort Rate of the
cafe before the public.
Hill, Trtltee to Willfo and Brown, Appel-
lant.
O dnd J. BuchananM, Olatow, Refpond-
cots.
Relln dent imported thirty ads of
tobeo at Grenock, an depot em under
the Kin loc', "th I r i 'Il.
SameEday RelhoeideUti okerced the whole cargo
to Wilfoub and Mr h lip t and leen
months, who anepted e In te n the afternoon
of fame day ReIo nt delivered to vendees,
W.and B. fh de twenty nine hogphead
which the A l rS inMed was a comr etion of
tie Tta iodrI Mt btll. were giv l tlpu-
lt 'the .willa I nd I on
the 7th oMhf al..or delivery ght of
the hogmi~,b tt tpeal for Liverpoo, to be
ddelred to their order, and Buchanan paid up
the pounded duty..
On the jith afrarcb the (fuerance wu rant-
ed. On the m.wnil, Buchanan bleig (fonae
of the hiolvency (whTich hi Connil iled wa


known to federal perfs fo early a the th eL
Ith of hlarh) went ad demanded baekthe better
of ile, which Brow readily retened, ad pro-
raitd to return the tapes. Ia theafterns
uchanan applied feer the bill.ofd ladi fthle
eight boglhead, which were lewife delivered.
Appellant Hill wa eleld Trus to the Bank.
rupt, and brought his asion apain Behanem fe
payment of 478ol. the whole Vae, and soood.
damng. The Court of Sdlo it Scotland
determined in favemr of the iRgodents. Th
are the intereting outlines f dthe fc acit appea-
ed at the birofthe liHoeaue LaEln
The Counfel for the A llat infifed, tht
the transfer was campte and Ct ul i that It
was regularly understood Io bythe delYrer of t
ramplet, and that this ftbodllcl ode is warrant.
ted by the law of Scotland and Entnd. hr which
they quoted a variety efcafes. That the deliver
of the eight hoied wa a Irin proof the
f t. That the Refpoodent obtall cheek the
letters of agreement and bill of als
act of extortion, and colfequenty t.
That at all events the eight hoaihef l ialual
delivered, ought to be condered the property of
the creditors.
The Refpoudenta Confet argued, that the
contract wa not complete at the momet of th
bankruptcy, the bills tApulated fore the price nit
bein delivered. They contended that the Fya-
bolical deliver y fam a, wa unknown in law
and price. BeUde. hi, the whole turd-
tion ri void on the premption of fraud, te bk.
erupts well knowing they had either prp ee
Ib:ilty to pay the price.
Upon a hearing of two dy, the Chaedl
(after declaring that the cale lair t afalD) wa
early of opinion, that the ft and delivy wa
titefualu andvad. But as no colluiB ad hate
poved between the baknthl and the Reoa.
ldents with refped to the rede y and thar.
telling of the agreemet, the h p ad Im.
linquffhed their interel, dthe ed tosol
be hound by it, nles fraud could be prod I
the tranfalion. This not having be doe, tb
order of the Court of Slon was armed, a1
the tobacco, together with eob ware decre
to the Refpondentn, O. and J. Inelhamn.
The calling bome Generals Sloper and Dali& ,
upon pennonss for lif, i a great a aminitea
farce as ever was performed on It. llepls
Theatre. Can it be fuppeld that Oendamen
whofe honour ha ha been insulted, wl accep
penfions from thpower that gave the lupli It
is highly wrong, to acne Madlary
lavilhing the public money In an intake wer
they know the fpiit and prid f the portkh
not fuler themselves to be pnioncd.
Labad if tl iMearaieis at Dattoa
No public (peaacle could pd bly eed
grandeur and manaiieeace cf ato drelma
of the Impregn a t Dep rdd yrd.
The uncommon lnelKCado(fl, tdo eth rwd
the expedation of behold the i Ji
fome branches of their much llaed orsM
drew together fuch crowd of pe rlae of r
as were fearcely ev er rmm t epiaim
upon a similar occaloo. The nt l Bre
ock gate, though ar a lle I
completely iU nd with aIi ea a
the way. Equearitt al wt aentddto
Avenucn av in ry I m unbresa w *-
r o ke gateidt t la. es i N1
on ath fide the lauch and l i them lth
AuSo.t yacht, wire Ud .wth M o t Oe mt
beautiful and eleant feaeweevetrn MIe
to have ecn. On the ao to a A l teW
wark and, defence ofere l o thea lS.,
to behold the palns oulo land witeUe
6f youth, Innoemace, and em lry t at th I
time to motenpltpe a MMlt "a" irAt
fo con4l~icup-e teCN Moteman e lh=
poplcca. were that Cenoi Ota
ate the mid, even eta tole.
rThe dl appind ptIagt*L
r 4, b" a# bk*rrrgShotcbIr d")






launch mi l. tmgm,a me amends. Exatlly at z2 with contempt. ThiagoaPtipreltec is allo a pt-
minutes lter two, whichh was neat an hour be- tern to all Billopi for reficlencc and charity, AS
fore high water) upon the firing ot a gun, the well as fir lfailtiy of 1m oners: [k has bIr-n ino
two aft blocks were truck off, and the linpreg. about flury-tlrce years Ilshop of Boulo~i:. Hte
able glisitd with majdicI cafe into the bol n of has not been twice at Cmort during all hilt pe
old Father Thames, who fcutee d xultingr to lind. Hehas never been absent a day from hs
receieivy ji Th brillincyand4wfutef ofhe tiagefe, excpt to attend his duty at the genera
coup fdtl a thb intat may, by the ftrengthof afflmbly of the Clergy. lia Church ltings ar
imagina'irn, heconcelved, but it ts not within the worth about 400ul. Reeling a year, of which he
fcc- -f -rd tode r.l it .- The lainations fpcods abput Sool. on pilmfelf aid his boplhlobl,
of the pole on board, upon her firft motion ; all the ref he.gives jway to tiepoor. Huiw pinch
the reld ed lioudt of the f ltltuude upon her more feelingly does the example. of fuch a .ote
emerging into the Thames; the heantiful moving preach.lothe people, than the molk eloquent fer-
f'.ln, lAduelJ by the. undulation f the water mons of Dignitaries, whole I.rle are pcrtl ritly
upon the boats, which where filled with anxious at war with tce pirecei~ of the Gofpcl
fpedatora; the refpoilfive buta of appla.ufe ionm This city, thsIolt( l'nail ,itid poor, is faned
thrcppulAg n jte oppoite (hore I which, added for having given a King to Jco ul'alem, and a t. en
to the dignity and national importance of the to England ; the fornuir was the famous Gi(,trcy
objca itfeif, and the umuxt td jis that isprcfled Duke of Bo hilo,, whOl, was foa to, a Earl of
every countenance upon the fafety of the opera- Boulogn, and wis liorn here i the latter wai Iii'
tion; fortoad 4Wrandl-faet of fublimity, in niece, and ecirets of the family, who mnrried-
which the powers of the human mind are over- Stephen Earl of lilois, and in her right Earl of
vsielmed and lot in admiration. Houlogn, whb, .at the deccale of Htwery the Firft
The head of the Impregn bA is the emblem of of England, foil to tei Conqneror, fi.ed uilim
Alexander in the adl of ronrqiefs with a word, the crown of England, to the prejiuslit of. the
helmet, and shield, in the Grecian Aic.--O a the lmnprcs Mared, Counnrls of Anio., daughter of
fltieldln ',Af re~i e, are the headsof UisJ/bIs,, Henry the Firft, and mother c HUtnry the Second,
and a Gorepn; Tahscaring i. efteemed a niaftex and kept it till his death, .when, acordiang to a
piece. '1"Nt1 fer is highly decorated with tri- treaty made for that purpufe, it deilrdel t to he
phtes of war &c. oeng Dnke of Norm.all, y, fon to the Empre f
Estrad of Letter from f oulmon. -.. Mand, who reigned by the name of lHrly II.
n If reason, which is the fame in all countries lioulogn and the wlole territory ofthe lHotlannuis,
and in all times were the guide of our actions, or reverted afterwards tthe Ci own of Prance, to
thetadard by which m mameafured his thoughts, which they have been tv c lince annexed, except
we should not find fuch a difference in opinion re- during a nimrt pei iol whe n lI u!lgn was in pof.
lfppeitg forms of government between two coun. tllion of the Englidh. The people, Ihwever, are
tried fo very near each other as England and governed by tiltheit on old laws, atil'not by thofe
Fraice, which do not lie farther afurider than of France; and tli is the rtafon that the Iioui
L.mdon and Widill'ur. IAftend-'f llling for a at.d opprlcfie fall-tax, wlich is levied tipo the
participation in the blefings of the Blitills Conlfti- relt of the inhabitants of the province ot Pscardic,
tuition, the people of this town once a Vyer, on does not tall upon them."
the feaRf of St. Mask the Evangelift, ds!noiftrate Apl 1o. On Monday Lord CornwallHi fat of
by bonfires is the great fqiare, the joy they teel for Vortfmouth, to emnalrk for the Lali-lIldir:i.
at having been freed from the Britilh Ovscrnment, f'tr, o/ a'a Ue firtom Bagdad, aYau ary 7.
and restored to the Crown of France. This event, The laft ncv wlthich we received frmn Pet it i
which they celebrate with fom'i h feftivity, hap. give us hopes thatwl Ilhall hear of that coinltry
opened in the reign of the 'ltdors ; and yet it is being in a better fitnatlon titan it has hnien for thIct
spoken of asif it hald happcnedl yellerday; and the twenty years. It is lcinc time lccc we ht4rd that
inisbitints, while the Bres are blazing, congratu- Mahomet Par Aly Klhar s 4,S collie with a great
late each other, that by this happy revolution, army, accompanied by a nlumher of Ulbh ck, and
thieyhie not been burn Britilh fu tjes. While Tarrarian troops, ajlld thli.u lie h4il ubllct Juft-
they entertain fuch ideas, Britait has no great fan-Kan, the brother of the dlrcrafcd King, to
rcafn -to rejoice at the Ibfs of Auch fbhjetts; they abandon Ilpahan, and rtilc to Chiras. It even
miht, like rotten'tfneep, communicate the cobta- was reported, that Malimnet-Kan was making
giob'6f their lavilh principles to the free-born preparation to attack Iis eneny in Chira Itlfrlf,'
Bitone.,and bring them down to a level with but this did not a;,rp:1ar in the event. Jaflln-Katr
thentfelves. Some years ago, the joy ni the pen- having railed frelt troops adl a new ft of par-
ple of tfis city on St. Mairr's day had like to have tiians; marched froon Chiria'to: ve hattie to Ma
bCeri turned Trnto furrow, and their feftivity had homet Khan. He foilght him twice in the courlfe
newly ended in a tragedy. TheBilllop, w hois fill of lft OWober, nnce near Charmrhola, a (msall
All"e, andVasc rryingthe Hot under a canopy at village, and aiotlher time in view of the tr.tts of
a public procefion, when a moflter of impiety, Ifpahan. Its both engagements JIatfftl -Kan gaired.
contrifing to get up clof to him as he walked a complete viaory, yet we arc W.al'red that in the
along, Itabhed hir'in the fide with a long ilarp- lirit ei',agement lie had ICroo meni killed, "Tartayr
pointed knife, ah'd got away unperceived, but and tilhecs only. hti conlolqiencie of this, Ma-
wat afterwards taien in a church ; the tnifLe for- hornet Khan, with tre remains of Iir army, took.
tunately ftnrckagaint a rib, or the venerable pre- himself to Terhan, Oherre he rcfilei till this day.
late miulhate been kilkd upon the (pot; he ef a- J.iffan Kan, on his triumphal entry into Ifllshait,
ped, however, with a very tri ing wound. What fund that Bi quir-K-an, whro, oi the death l of
made the affinfn take'this desperate fttp was this: the rt'ent, afmiiied the title osf Soph]i, svwa clolcl\
He was already initiated hito holy orders, o far Ihltt up and protirvd, with all Its tralurtse a.nd
as to- Iave rtccived what the Catholics call the troops, in a citad:ll, in the filhiIrb ofn lh'fpahaIn,
ntinor orders ; but when he presented himfklf to called Kal.y Taharok. It became neccifary,
itnd an examination, previous to his receiving therefore, to b'lii-er that caf.le in firm, and Jaf
the order of Deacon, he was told that the Lord fan-K.in took it-about the end of Novenimber, and
Silhop had enquired into his charaacer, and found ordered the head ot lis rival and pi ilbner, H.Itqur-
ittobefoimmoral,tlat hecouldnot, inconfc;ence, K1h, to be ftrlck off.
make hima Deacon; he was therefore to renounce Every thin hitherto appeared d to f.rivn( Jaf-
ete iryope ofbeing advanced t the higher orders, fan- Karn, anid pIronilf a return of ia.:c ta Pe di.i,
his Ltlrdlhip having made up his mind on that and several caravan:io et out about the f.inic time,
fuh et, and finally refolved not to degrade the one hence t'or Iflihai, another from Ipal.mn to
cracfter of t .1 clergy, by admitting a perfon this plaie, the third f;o:n Co ioen for this place
anong them of .fo bad acharader. The fellow alfo; ore from Seide to Kernencha, one tromn
*as fo enraged at this, fhat he efolved to be the KachaI fior Juster, and one from Julter to Ifpa.
dtftruition of the worthy prelate, which he had hMn. Mean time Jaffan Kan had fCnt his relation
nearly accomplifted as above. He was afterwards Ifin.el Kan wthi 30,ooo horic to reducc the city
tried for the crime, condemned to be broke alive, .of Hamadan, which hitherto had taken part with
and then burnt I the fcntence was literally exectit- Mahomet F ir Aly Kan, but this Ifataed Kan, who
ed, though. the Bilhop had moved heaven and isayouthof so years old, instead of e:-cuting his
cirth to fave the affafin's life; but fo great was commirion ,.evolted againll Jaffan Kan as foou as
the love of the Court f6r to refpedable a man, he ar lived Oulonguerd, a city. ive ilat t jur-
that not even a mltigaflon of the sentence could mny from iHmadan; and, adding treachery to
fiq obtain. What the venerable prelate could not boldness, popped and robbed all the lix caravans
thlereforedoforthe body of the criminal, he drives jft mentioned, andeveral other fmall ones. Tlh~
to do for his foul; for every year fine, on the is reckoned an unprecedented action, as there is
annlverfaty of the execution, he prays publicly in no example in the history of Pe r6a of fuch a ct ime.
his cathedral for the llvation of this man, and re- The goods ef the caravans, the gold and filter,
commendm him to the rays of the congregation. are valuedpt forty millions of French lives. He
If the Bilhops of England were as tr as diftribut a great part of this wealth to the fol.
the Biffop of Boulegn iL making enquiries into di r, i rder to engage them to his interest the
the chnbraatl of tMke who are candidate for more, W he emplod the reft in ptrchafing new
holy orders, and as o ferrant of that great duty friends. After this barbrous exploit, he return-
of prel4tes-not to aille abandoned persons to the ed to Hamadan, and joined with the commander
felcois of the pulpit and altar-we Mould find of the place, iinlead of reducing it l, h;: kinfana
(he Clergy of England an odour of fandtity with Jaffan Kan. We have not yet heard whether he
he people as they ought to he, inftad of being means to coalefce with Mahomet Far Aly Kan,
eate a they now are, with indlifrence, if not who is hill at Tchrein, or whether he is to aiS


apart. When J.rlam-Kan lhcardtfs be uj r
he Marched to Ifpahatn at the lhiinl 4>; 'Ien,
in order to take vengeance iun this rebel, and not.
withftanding the cold and fiouw which covered the
roads, i u at a'l e .rd t' 5 edic fe. Ia thokt
rll t tt4 it 'lt tico. ue
u t"hsey~w h ia Itrtt-tel fre
the cargoes ofthe car.avas, will not find it equally
-eafy-o recover the left part ot their property y.'
The following little article, relativerto the c.
brated rtinfe fe M Poeo tfntedin.,lBilen frm-a
letter from Macao, dated Nov. iI, will not be
difpleafitg toihe votaries of the nuf *fl part. ofadaysri the I ..rdis of Mr. Fitzhuxh,
-ih a'very high ro k, under whiclt, as the tradition
lh=crr octhe famouus.Po tuguefc Poet, Camoinar,
filed to fit andl compose his L.u.ld. It is a lofty
arch r-oI.Ahlid ltise, anilrfiorms the entrance
of a grotto, dngust ot the rising ground behind it.
:On the top of-the rock, which is overmmadowte
by large fpreading trees, is a neat little temple,
*built in the Chinef., tale, icommaanding a mag-
nificeit view of the harbour, the tea, and the
intcrfperfed iflands."
By the at de ith of Mr. ecl~ad of the Cuto6ms,
:waovahuable, aidalmolt fineoure patent plabeare
ihecam vacant. Ore Is, the ,poft of laretor-..
'Oeneral of the ispertslaud iMhprt In the Port of
Londoln t' the other is, Custorme of Chefer,
worth together about fateen hundred pounds per
4imtn5m. ,
The extensive lernitoices of France are divided
into a multitude of literary republic. Every pub.
ic foundatinrffor the education of youth offers
'premiums for the investigation of frience, and the
improvement of tiolfe r rrts fom which fociety can
immediately derive advantage. Not a mail that
arrives from that country bu:t announces a pe-
naiium fr tie ettucidation of fome important fub-
ijat.-The futl of 400 livres (about tl. Iterling)
Is Ipropofed lIy the Gorernouts of the Foundling
Hospital at Pari, to, profcirors and ftndents in
nmediclne, for the beft thcfl on the nature, caufes,
and cure of the Aprbh, or thrulh, a difeafe to
which many infants, from'a idy 'old up to tout
months, are very liable, and to which multitudes
fall victims, both here and in that country.
Extr ,a of arlsltr frsin Gibrarlar, Marsh To.
The affair with tke bloorilh LEmperor Is, we
hblieve, nearly fettled ; the ports of Larache,
'etutin, &c. biihg, an heretoflare, open for pro-
vilions. The fnlip on tl.is Rfaiion will c6me home
in about a month. The Thetis, by which I dif- '
pach 'this, is the lrfl of them.-Every thing is
'cry quiet in t~is quarter of the globe."
.mjndon, ri pa. The Duke de Fitz-James,
,sinidfon of Jarrme If. accompanied the Dbke'
l'Orleans froih Paris hese, which journey the
above two Noblemnt- petfbrmed in 4s hours.
The laws of Antigna have long ood the tell of
examination, and are regarded by that Wry exce!-
lent ft4terman, Lord Mansfiel as a code of'
JIrripiruence which does greatt honour to the old '
ircilatora ofthatcolony:t Itistherefore much to '
be lamented that the new Ifltsnd have not availed
IthmnrfcAie ofa model fo ahy formed'rand,among
other omifliois, have tailed to enad a very faluta-
ry law, which in Antis:ua wai earlyiniilituted, for
allowing a gratuity to every planter or merchant'
for each white re;vant brought into the island.
This'meafure mtnu be allowed to be viry eflential
to the better peopling an infant rny, in which
white people are very fcarce.
Every succeeding intelligence A Tndia im-
proves upon the former. The i vrerlnd dif-
p.tches confirm the good tidings brought by the
packet which arrived a little before and threw
ftomctbing Into the fcale. In Ihort, fo much does
every thing nr that part of the world wear an a-'
pced of peace And profg.rity, that the uniform
*language of the grcat Done at both endi'ofthe
town ts, that the piFture of afairl eqoni their
molt sanguine withec, and exceeds all thefcould
venture to hope. Let thbe ersr of Oppoatio
hear this. and blurh, if they can, at t a redr
station of their late nminons pidiqionn,
QOecn Elizabeth scfufdrc he f6Wertlgiy of
Holland, which the Dutch, in their Itrngglefor
liberty, made her a tender of yt th e ctniiten
to fend them fuccourt ; As a ccurit for iheir
faith, the Atipulated, that the town of t alone
with Ramekin and Flufti, llrt be put ILt
her hands, and that the iaac hbtld malatain
Iroo Britill troops as a garrifoa for them. They
were called Cautionary Towns. The debt Incsr-
red by the Dutch to this country fr their emsan-
pation, amounted to a million fteraltg i 40,000
of which was paid off during the rein of tht
Fripcefs; and the cautionary towis were trant-
mitted toher (fccreor, as afecurity fr the arrears
of oooool. That fum never was paid, though
the towns were given up. 'he firi permnlliti'
that the Dutch had to filh upon our coafts wI
in the reign of Elizabeth, n order to enable the
to fuftain the conflict in which they werelnvovn,
as wcll t e power ticl to ful l their pect uf






ei.gemintsh W wi thj. had riflite from .Pildl$l. His Royil Highne Prince Edward
,l the reio aus I. they I I e.fervd i shortly to be created a Pcer of 6t KiJgdom of
I1, lhiag trade, winlhut paying alig of Oreat-lritai and lrelaud the iri title will be a
thesr debt. Charles I. revived the clals t a revival, the k ond wil be new, irom one of the
rxclule property t the coatts of bs domial s I prieul towns i. Ireland.
ba thc aiite O*nr' nAmflata Oftl Ih aie Thereh ire riounly at work. A huainets
dllah!cd hint to p hise ob r it l ia.g grtkm a Of mrtportane to this country is, at thil
weapon than e 4 i A tri 1Wtl I ml. omeant, (oin oan n France, t s. any meafare
intiel iMar Ci/tm. The Duchb iO tis de*drtlnah by the Court of Vwi.el,-lnce the
twwuork, who bittheLd I reply call Ar attemptlir lore the Stpart fu lly. The reach
li.irull. Here t matter dropt till Mr. hf oy ave no harbour for en of war In tb CAnel--
took it up i twl wlat iUA the world 4i aloald They want one-It is this want which has pro;
at, it is now abanudined I tec.d our islands from the ambitious grafp ofthe
Among the few favourable ymHe: o Hef oth e f Bourbon. But thi wait i abouttobe
times, .ud that even in popular dioipatia, We fnpplied. The place chosen is Cherbourg. The
depart mOre ad muire freomlbart ili, a the lte. diiis notfiridllynew. The famethingwas beun
clii oftbhat barbarons gamblinigcuckghtlig I in S77y, but dlcfroyed by Lord Chathatn (tlin
hut few even of the lowcf bl.ak legno iw ddet Mr. i it) in s 78. The work is now golin on In
tl.calnelvc to it i and fuiely there outht nolonger a mort extennfve line, and at theexpencc of mnore
tI be any temptation to .It held out froau- than ten times the former. Pyramids pf fnones
thliity. are laying in the fea, and are ii) curiously hewn,
The confolidatiom of the Calioms.wUI produce a to lit and join in the firmet mnnnrr. Theft
a double tavin.-ons to.the PubliV, by leffening pyramids inc!udl a prodigious pace of the tea,
the number ufsr,' i that line I either to and will former a place of ferurity as fafe and as
the ia4livounii whqle o igations fir having hil extelive as the Downs. A place of this fort is
huliniiidione, will require fewer imwledsjiwins. the only thiig France has been in need of, to ren-
A leiter from tlh Halu iay'; 'I The states der bchrAiy tiemcndous to this country. Altho'
OGecJl are tohavea IIq giing, the 3d of ati we' ,. o, far
ritlla. a Jy'blbchq tlidtoidr llbII e fenti fr( .
when iis hopedd,,m d cipeited, aUll i te s al. ,:. ... a i
wiill Ia put an end t. His Rnyal HilCi n d ..,a c : .....i : ,
family are again comin to tde at the pia in thit r .
this village. Tblfirmnefs with which tl Prihe fei, hi .i
hi. c.,rriad hien dfin this coitit huas (ied him w' i !:,.
nuly friends, sadlls grely audited lby A." bi t ,.
The Llt advice hfomi Viien imsport, tat the t _
p'ec.rioil atadt. Iinctnal Alte Of the Jiog of -
ll'ti. a.lie occ.f.oued a great buftle iS the Impc- To ') '
rial abiuct The Minifte have very day Jong
and important meeting, and it ha, bca reolved
to adopt tuclh mnafres aa keem to threaten a M
opcrdy iuterasption ifthekpcafce at C njoy
ed by Europe. It*l further laid, t ti had ', ..
been given for tirrchauaig twelve hundred horfca
ft for imli diter'fiice.
Hy confolldaing'the government of Canada, I .
N>va-Sctim, andMNew.-rfivlcl., in the ptrfon ,,, .1 .
of Sir Guy Carleten, a very conlidAravbl ing
will be mide to tile country, not oly in the 1 -
dhicf, but in a multiude of fuldrdinate appoiht.,
nlcnty.,
lhe late regulation with reflect to Britihf ihips,
vill materiallv adoCt the American trade in the
lclieIeranc!n; for as the 1. 'bary State will
laic an tex a account of at Btiltih Iip, the
mercliant lilips of the New LSttel will not be
able to pall uponthem for Britiflh lpse, at they
do at prcidcut. t l \ .1 i
If tlh trade of this country has increased cfle
tie peace, as it apilcls to hal atve d t ly-' dn at ',
it wnuf hae rapidly advanced IndeedI icor an d- .
ditional Commlttel-riom is now preparing hi the '
Exclwinge for comdiuting hkllfurainckt bufinc
uhchis twenay-four feet onSer than tit which
i. in ilk at prcdtt.
The retreuchientts li tndtail e orOy eod -a
dreadful lM w to the hope o thofc filr fiti '
li ol n uinfeelng parents havit f rerti l their amia- '
be .lughtera to the ineolt initinceu oftat ilol-
pit.b! clime, and s.drmead them ra faeirt- e, to
pride a id .riC; A, y the latest coul frotm
Caktn re was but a single oe9at of the
number. Wil wiTre trdsltiel IAi Mflon, who
h ul bchq Vky enough th proeurc a hllband. " '
Atn dubeitwa f .iai. thet were rfe rc- I '
ral, w lrirei could jaol rai money enough .;,, t. h. ..
to pIyy llleir pillage andl it tltem out fdr their _
,oyae, an truled to their kn.,f .i.g fo rmt. '
their foi.uncs; i:iat, therefore, mul be their ,
station, withoutt money or connetidn, in a ..
llranig ouniry, wkcre very few are now ard: i ,4. 1 '
tnonuh to wvnttren'a w a .... ..
JAri m4. A Intleioan who nrrivdelttay ,, .. f f,
from FranKe Ilfoi aUs that didgaent haubec ,;,.. i ,
pronouKcd at Phi, tip fit prll .. a .. .. -
concerned in im ollng upon thejewrelle by tht ., ,,lorp., .,
lft of the rQ. iame, sd t"t their tncmCa J ,,, .. :
Madam de Motte to loe her head upon a ti, iL i'C ,lti ,l w il il t
public falMo ... ' s .J l.. pci't aflited 1, I'
Madam Olil to beei ad rf ,,,c oforf i):dlc e Pofrit ,'
Cardinal de Roben baolliad flWlfefrr Caurta riTY fa ary.
and to he con.lltederr thbe Mvri,. "...'ni h' -
tilirida ofbib nasllty AtWind Ie. -- '. "Wi hasui inlm rJid nt'e
Compte Cagliofltra to d i- Q l bIed lik, -Im. rll doate
The fiatlir nsia' aliblara29= a ma, that V1 P.late .f Wi. a ri leXWat:. ur-Lraf,
Madam de I iatt bad made a fiml .cakL Ar a re d tr them 1. i tt.cated
of It srilt, anl all the prtkmirhs to lir .,uartcherl; r'l r.1 person an "' e.'. to
ttAr ',tr wft' iety le him to Wt te I-to a.re actril to 'i. i 0rn 'irte p"7.
S...l t intoo f the icflcrcni, a. ti. , .
theCname of, Madam Ol ~ar whidllht flr n lotc f late a i,' f .' i, a b ,
giicrch, thrt mlol cth a-"..
ti t memmaeMif h atgl na ist their pa'h;

timi, te Above ocelidon. and icrticularly 00 lj-.tnes for JeloY La' '., tic Ad:'"'':` dtlf.-
the m of Madam Oia, which Isathe rCpW1ott ` i I ', -F'
In Finch, that mean Oit i-hi.


N ASSAU, JIuL IS.
N the ith of April lMt ur.Jeakl toppov
%J in the Houfs of Com4me fer ht ta br
in a Bill to lirit the duntion of the Regifers
Britlih VedeliH to a crtine period tim, in the
ime manner astheMedim -gniaUale arw
mcilh Injury, .he das, hu base o
fm old Britill sif g f 6l Wiwo gn.m
Leave was granted acl i. .
SHis Exceilency oY0 rasr hmrMoe
to Halifax o his private huiS,6 mthe O
ment of Bermuda is, during awLeW dl.
itered by Mr. Hflntte Pddem d atte Coure
cil.
Dunen Stuart, ISI is appten d Colidr of
the Culoms at Ueaimd, th aWs ofs Rlab
Trglll, Efq; decesfed.
Th: brig AdveMntlr, hod, iBr ILeads f@o
thil Port, whkch had been gum up asl i, rhied
here on Sunday lat. She iktlit Dowas ota b
,sth Mf March a heavygale coiaga theaelt
day from ealR, the opting a leak, and aol tilg
abl to make any port hi the Chanel, horeaway
for Lilbcn, where the arrive a few days after.
Havrif no bill of hearth, nd thee bLg aSacral
fop to hIfinefa an account of the Car l and
"*e death of the King af Po\tal lbwaidetaln-
i Ihereforreven weeks. IShefailedBaom ba
i-e loth of May, a few day b e which au
F nglilh packet arrived, butbirought no news
Arriwvd frin
al 9. Brig Adventurer, Boyd, London
Saild For
.up S!oop Caroline, Louttit, Nov-Scotia
Scho. Charlotte, Jackfi Cairlefton
Is. Brig Rob. &S MaLT, Loodon
School. Zlizabeth, Chareton
IS. Brig Specarell, Deed, Bakiwiort
Sloop Nonpareil, Phillp, Antigua
*. The Letter flnd All ImoaratrT" is
*eIre'id, ,n,,d ill k iafrtei mr wre.
Ifr bold owrfri~ much dluuI d AalATQ f.
j favari ; ind ednil4li f thrw ir a inslrhfc
nOri, t, hav e., AY ICrx *ig a Jltra n eIntf- i
ialjeYR of rual WigwsJ .eamld e? m
ri sfial Agriculare.

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i the Brigantine AhoDIIv sa, JoMn 0ovo,
Mater, from Louolf
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For GoA, rlad.r, gf flll Sedmi
i EST new Mte Lt ud Btk, hi lirti ;
H am,, Celhtr idh lo and ChIetkMl
ia Jar,, Barley *ad l L Daa m E
Porter in FIe Dolen Wad Tarim Dm
Cank, Thrale' Porter In Mad Hga~d ca
Table Beer in arrlm dpipC-
it ren, and oha T. T M Me a
and NutmegE Loaf B KMdsti Unam t


A e r la I alr-ei m oirDpa
and laft.lndla Dry Oeode, iI eth tb
piece of packagte paftleula of w ilsk
e nctwe k. and boba -

Barbados Ru. dMcodt M
imported. sss j

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Will be SOLD, w ith'llwb
Aj P. IndaDr O Tch btb
V hraw id A or roche

THREE coml-ddiodI HOUSS,;
Situated at the Sad of _wit MIt "
patacm .ladbyk r.rIe* r I L*
and 3lll, i ,_

A large LOT ikld-GARDEB
to be .e ei .


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lawi, 7 ,*, *ti "07 1 h/








LONDON.
W ItEBWAS a a olt insidious, malevolent re-
p opei d c irelation of certain letter and
papers, his been promulgated in a clandfine
manner among my. brother fiean of the Navy
(by tome unknown palef or perfos)i charging
me, in the mot pointed ma died language, wit
having, oa a certain day, ae to Newgate with
a Mr. tyke, Navy Aget. Crutched Fryert, to a
Mr, Save, late Mae of the Il,, then an0 at
this timeconfned in laltd pion furdebt, and did
there, br ad ad artie a steward by
frasmng lod Siging a letter to fld Savage, endea
your to draw from hirm fme particular touching
the cutlag o the IftS'4 cab e lta Prya ay, when
attacked w th quadro under the command of
Moaenur Soffein, and other circumiances equally
leading to ilify and ta*l my name. with dilho.
nour, and there to decade me i the estimation
of the corp to which I belong I therefore, as foon
as f made acquainted with this infamous
calumny, with a viewtpdo myfelfjuftlce, I felzed
the firs mometsle a th .inftanL of meeting a.
moft refpable nmbe r of lag ofdf cer and can
tai at the Star and Garter club and there in the
mobft unequivocal manner contradictd the whole,;
a a moit notoriouafalmood, in every fenfe, pletg
in myself a a man of howour to trace the author
with unwearied pursuit and bring him to account
if poffible that on the nibf-quent morning (ill
order to prosecute the lme) I requested as a favour
that Captains Qnllow and Ford, (men of unqucf..
tionable veracity ani reputation) would accom-
pany me to Newgate, to fee if aid jSaage would
recognize the ide.nt.y of my erlin, and which
they conaented to, fro-n the neft of all laudable
motives, that of endeavouing to rcfcue. injured
Innocence from the envenomed power *.caluimny
and malevolence'; that on gaining an interview
with Aid Savage at Newgate, he was alternately
and repededly aiked by Captains Onflow and
'ord, Whether he kqe* Capt. Paley ? Whether.
either of the three pertona rrefent wa Capt.
Palley I Wether either of the three perfons pro
feat ws the person that accompanied Mr. Syke
toit-1ai f t ne-puTofe before fated? To.
which b id h e r eplid, That he really cold
Snot f that hi knew Capt. Pafley (then look.
ing at him) any more than by name, that he
could not Tay either of the three perfons was
SCapt. PaIcy, a a change of drers might alter
Na gerf ibrt.itflch and a la t that he never
", did fay positively that Capt. Paney was with
SMr. Sykes but waf afterward told by aperfon,
whitbf erti n fomre literrogationr, waa Mr.
SOGrbrsikli, ad that Mr. Oldbraith was now
abroad ;" and then left the rooms precipitately,
Iftered the ward or place confinement, defred
ekee perto lock hidijn, laid he would have
g more to with t upon which Cap.
tar In0low ald robferving that the faid
Svage femed too ll hackney'd to let truth
coem o t1, advifd e to go immediately to Mr.
Se@, which 1 did, accompanied by them; and
vilngb Qbtned. an ile w, the cafe wa* rland
by me, Capt. Pafleyto' Mr. Sykes, with i desire
(for the ft qf4my reputation) that he woihl dif-
eover the of" the perfoa who went with him
-Q Newgate,- as ft thn paper proditced to
h Mr. k (with a little hefitAtion),
that it WAS .t Clpt. Pali ; but on being far.
e- reedby ptain* Onfow and Ford, ne
cl e fN t at the parlbn who went with
him to Newgate wau Capt. M'Laurin and not
Captl Pantfley. And thisf declare to be the true
late ofthe ca "
S"'S. THOMAS PASLEY.
W o undereationed perfons. Captains
"U4c var W' d John Ford, of his Majefty'
*Kv re decidee, that the above nurratie
I, in everytio lMue, a moft religious truth( and
,lplparw clearly to us, upon.evry investigation
on our parf;, tt apt Palley h never been
concerne4 eitfler diir or Indiretly, in the
above trnuhacrm t i witn whereof, we have


S,.-. '.,. i, ~RICHARD ONSLOW.
JOHN FORD.
Iatjai M dt h t~t wkLot chtarct ha

-nmiil_ l _..R d ~to Capt.
]rd Mk jift me Iy ; there:

IM and M*y
onvaed Ce t. hadno ca ca whatever
= m or ineidi
fanaa to Ive ad d


.. .. 4 -


,PRECEDENT S.
T 'THERE Is not a wickeder dog in the univerfe
J than Prrtrmi. Gmcd he certainly does fomc
times, but fcarcely proportioned to the evil.
What is It that defend a bad caufe, when tried
at the barf What ij It that acquits roguesr and
proves the )lwyer to be a learned man ?
Pren~rd.
What is it that furnirhe many a lazy parlon
with a better sermon than he is able himielf to
compose. And what emboldens him to preach
other people's fermouns
Prerdess.
What is it makes Kings violate treaties, and
watch the moments of national weakncf in order
to promote the ufurpation of property
SPrecedent.
Wh.t made the Dutch quarrelwith the Engliti,
at a time when the Dutch knew that the Znglilh
were fufficiently employed in fighting with other
oenemiens
PrecedesL.
What makes a virtuous man, when out of
power, become a vicious man, when polfefed of
power I
Prieuknt.
What makes fahion govern the worm, and
sgiv : laws a power which the laws of natur
and nations hardly pollfs ?
Prce dJet.
What leads men into the diflipation of Icenti-
ous life, and makes the forego real t appinei,, in
puruitofideal, tempory and perilhlble delights
Prea rnt. .
What make a f io hundreds of men rilk their
lives in.unfavourab climates, and turn the Indie
into graves for Brita t
Preedmt. I
What cmboldene man to attempt to be great,
by impoling on the Lesns of the weak and leading
captive pR ular ion.d P
Precedent.
What ia it that encourages the writer of this
article to fend it to thi paper ?




AND TO BE SOLD,
On rieafoahk ermr fir Casn onlj,
By the SU BSo'RIBER.R,
At his STO L so t Bar.
I RINTED Iinens and Teid Leather (loet
SCottori ynt-/fhionabls plated
C eLk. .inen, Lawn a I.Bdkicl
'Mullin Hankrchirfs Cuteau and aPn Knives
Checks and Stripes Chelk and Box arcks
Yard wide Iril Linen Womens Scifin
Brown Holladl & Dot atr ch and Fig Brue
Brown and white PowdLr
3Shecting ft Pomatum
ritatnia'u, Nankerm fl of Bergamot
MarflIles Quiking, yar, La. Water
wide, eorded Horn uIvory Combs
mity white and dyed LadiUc "l oildhcll ditto
ta Blacsking 9 and Cakes
Book ltflin, Corded 4o. Mens fine coarfc Shocs
Coarae d end e a Boynd rls shoes and
Cambricki Pumps
Black & colournd Ribbons Womee, M occo & Iaft.
Pins, White Chappel and ing Shoe
common Needlei Ditto Iatle r PImps
Black and blue Durants, Malds aod hildrens Mo-
and Callimancoe rec. SAl .
Black Ruffcl Check hiriped Jck-
Broad and narrow thread eta and towfe
Fringe Crock d (06 Ware
Black, white and cooled c leuc r and Cheflire
OftkickFeathcr Ch .
Ladies. rfhionaUe Jhip Fi o[a Butter
Hims Ralisn.
Meas and Childr led Almonds
orm Hats, Il sad' Loaf Buru
bound Hfon, Orean and okLea
Mens, Women and kn e T-ca "
Tread manCotto H a IVolao and Qao Po a.
Meao, Boysad Chlnrem der
MLack d a c and Wafe,
d naito t he. &. e.
XANDMR MAC QP5N.

itZ tZ r.

A IOiPr t he Soth -ide_ the Parade,
A AcrO toM .w r IEsON.


T7 impropell by circulating the Lame without
lficient authority.
Given under my hand in Newmanftiree,
No. I, this 3th day of March, 1786.
EVELYN SUTTON.
N. B. The papers with the original figsuture.
to be een tevry day at No. 8, Newman-reet.
T ^


JUST IMPOR.TE D,
In the Schooner C AI.OTr,(, Cat&CaneCU
frotN CNAtAITO1, 1
Andto be.fld,forCAsH,
PANTON, LBSL1, &
Superfine FLOUR and BISKET.
Nfafs Nrit, lft, 8.
Bahama Tavern & Punch ou'e.
rTHE Subfcriber having at c al e o a-
I pence fitted up the lar
lately occupied by Mr. KI on the 4yti
proert of Mr. Jo. Blase, fr tihe
purpose, and having prove ldli lSf 1Uk
Stock of the bef L iquors, e.
the favour and Indulgence of
be will ftudy to merit, by the
attention tO thofe wihmay cit
*Wh their cemmandl. He has to kW p
op Mto Wcoortius to" u halpt
ere"y qoede of Intainsheme w IpUei
at the hortet notice,
JOHN NC*AI


ALL Pirfitad to W oif
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