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IMPORTANT Advices froin IR ELAND. rous principles upon which you have spirit and sense as the present, wo support hitherto acted make that unnecessary. It che liberty of Ireland. May those only is, therefore, our part to assure you, that fe-l ecclefiaftical tyranny, who would a faithful discharge of your duty will be submit to it. May the commons of Irethe surest recommendation to a grateful land ever defend themselves from all unpeople, who will, upon all occasions, en- due, anticonftitutional infuence. The deavour to thower honours upon those, and glorious majority on the e3d of Nov. and upon those alone, who adhere stedfastly to the 17th of Dec. Religion without priettthe true united interest of our moft excel- craft. The church to the bible. Keep to lent king, and yet happy country.
your tackle, old Harry. The linen maSuch are the marks of respect and gra-, nufacture. All the manufacturos of Iretitude, which are at the same time the land. Lord Tyrone. Lord Kingíborough just reward, as well as the inseparable at. The patriot representatives of Ulfter. tendant on virtue and publick fpirit; and The patriot representatives of Leinster. it is very observable, that several of the
The patriot representatives of Connaught. gentlemen who concurred in the above ad- May the true lovers of liberty, in Greatdress, were such as espouled a contrary. Britain and Ireland, be for ever united in interest on the late ele&ion.
affection, as they are in interest, &c. &c. Many of the inhabitants, who from the &c. Many zealous citizens forced into lateness of the hour had not an oppor- the room, to view the earl of Kildare tunity of rejoycing on the determination and the Speaker, their beloved patrons : of the preceding night, testified their apo And after gratifying their curiosity, and probation of that important decision by expressing their fatisfaction by a loud bonfires, illuminations, and other ex- buzza, very orderly retired. The chearpreffions of the fincerest joy.
fulness and unanimity, that ro powera Wednesday, 19. Near 100 noblemen and fully prevailed in this assembly, promiso gentlemen, of the first distinction in the the best effects to the province, and to the province of Munster, with the lord mayor whole kingdom, as far as the endeavours and sheriffs, dined at the Tholsell of this of one province may contribute thereto : city; the right hon. Henry Boyle, speaker And its first endeavour affords, a fair exof the House of Commons, in the chair : ample for the other provinces, in the folWhere all possible magnificence and ele- lowing resolution of thanks to their worgance were displayed for their table enter- thy representatives in parliament for the tainment, while their ears were delighted province of Munster. with an excellent band of mufick, the At an assembly of the gentlemen of the ringing of all the bells in town, aild by province of Munster, held at the Tholselt the pleasing acclamations of the populace of the city of Dublin, on Wednesday the round a large bonfire, where they poured 19th of December, 1753. out their unaffected, cordial praises of Refolved, That the thanks of this their benefactors. In this scene of mirth assembly be given to the Speaker, and to and good humour, which were never more their faithful representattves in parliaeminently distinguishable in any allembly, ment; for having, in this critical fea. all toasts, expreiling loyalty and patriot-, fon, zealousy and successfully defended ifm, were remembered, amongst which the cause of liberty againk all anticonthe following were most remarkable : ftitutional invafons ; for having exhibicThe king. The prince of Wales. The ed for posterity the most illustrious exprincess dowager of Wales, and the rest amples of loyalty and patriotism; and of the royal family. The duke, and the for having, with the auttance, of the army. The duke, and battle of Culloden. generous representatives of other parts of The glorious and immortal memory of this kingdom, hitherto preserved their the great king William. May the suc. country from the mischievous effects cefsion to the crown be perpetuated in the of corruption and other male-practices, illustrious house of Hanover. The lord by which they have entitled themselves to Heutenant. Prosperity to Ireland. Pro- the molt grateful acknowledgments and fpertiy to Muniter. Prosperity to the services of all who have a due sense of city of Dublin. All those worthy citizens, the interest of this kingdom, and rightly who joined in thanks to their faithful re- conceive how greatly fociety is concerned prefcorative, Sir Samuel Cooke, for his in giving virtue ample rewards. good conduct in parliament. May the Commons ever told the purse of the na. The discovery of William Price, a native tion. May the present speaker, and all and joiner of Crickhewel in Breconshire, succeeding speakers, maintain their diz- who was the barbarous murderer og aity in the Atate. May power ever remain Jew, (see p. 578.) was occa Goned c' in the friends of Ireland. May there never his audasicvby carrying in his be wanaing an earl of mida, of as much
614 Other Additions to DECEMBER, 1753.
“ Nov. 20, I was going from my mo- Selkirk, Gilbert Elliot, Esq; — John
than in 1751.
the preceding year.
Males chr. 870
Decreased in burials 19, Chrifierings
A General BILL of all ebe Clifnings ard
Burials in London, from Dec. 12, 1752,10
Decreased in the Burials this Year 1209.
Died unoer 2 Years of Age 7892
Between a and S
5 and 10
20 and 3.0
go and 42
46 and 50
so and 60
60 and 70
70 and 80
so and 100
A Hundred'. A Hundred and One 2.
INDEX to the DEBATEs in the POLITICAL CLY 3,
to the Essays, POLITICKS, Domestick and Foreign
19;, 387, 438
BACON, Sir Francis, hic life and chain
wards 291. They are acquitted 437
on to the Jews 515, 516. Remarks on
a serjeant at law 91. He religros his re:
351, 410, 411
331, 369, 474, 519
(wo bills for the better maintenance of the
337, 420, 421
149, 195, 245,614
off the inscriptions from brass plates in
Bampfylde Moore Carew, a famous impof-
fo:eign coin 385. Tried
of his perfon 272. His ready anlivers to
hanged 276. His laft wil
number of inhaoitance wiihin em, from
crease in he intervals confidered 207
to know, when a perfun is bit, whether
the dog was mid
ing light to the rew tragedy 49+
Againit the clande-
Sir William Windham, in 1717 209-
phorus made out of it 222, &c. Expe-
fervations on them
apprehendiog the rioters
Other particulars relating to the ci'y 520
INDEX to the ESSAYS, &c. 1753.
473 G, 474
Clandestine marriages, account of the a& to
255 356-367, 407-410, 449–456, 497
437 added to it 381. Proceedings on the bill
423, 424. Spinfters petition against ic
200, 243, 296, 344, 392, 440, 483, mount Sinai 155. He presents it to the
84 Complexion, features and shape of men of
Copenhagen, advice from, relating to the
Jews in that city
the non-payment of the bounty money
His member of parliament for Westminster,
290 in the root of Sir Peder Warrca, decea-
Trial of the byply and Mrs. Wells for Courts of Europe, a list of the important
338 C:#, Mr, account of his new constructed
540 Cumberland, duke of, his birth-day celebra.
EAF, remarkable case of a man fo born
582 land, elector of Saxony 9-19, 57-65,
in uime of peace 110–113. On the bill
327, 328 to permit persons profefling the Jewish seo
-266, 395-321, 353-356, 401–
On ihe clandestine marriage bill,
19, 20 356–367, 407-410, 449-456, 497
-;03, 545-555. On the bll for per-
mitting the exportation of wool and weol.
len or bay yarn from any port in Ireland to
any port in Great Britain 585-598
INDEX to the Essays, &c.
188 of such an election before the emperor's
519, 520 Whoie dute; of woman
Example, the force of
14.6 Excile, total amount of that revenue
533 195, 243, 337, 338, 483, 484, 578
CANTEE nation, treaty between them
483 Feaft, a prodigious one, made by an arch-
Sul, 512 74-78. Abstract of his Clear ftate of
260 G, &C. Fire, remark on Mr. Ficke's treatise on its
and citizens there 41. Important advices Fires 42, 241, 339, 342, 386, 387, 483,
612, 613 Flowers, how to obtain fresh blown, in win.
for preventing them 471 G, 472, 473 Foote, Mr. account of his new comedy, in.
titled, The Englishman in Paris 213
Foundling holpical, opening of the new cha.
pel there 194. The sacred oratorio fer-
194 France, absurdity and fully of English lamilies
Freke, Mr. a remark on his treatise on the
79 French fath:ons, ridiculous one,
171 facirical advertisenient
398 Fulvius, Cn. his speech againft the clusde
ibid. Gaming, modeft defence of, exirads from
3, 4. Gasenyne, Sir Crisp, lord mayor, gives a
princes who Thall judge of the necefliiy of 387. Thanks of the comir.on Council to
E tragedy of