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payments to that time 235 15 7 courage and afift the prosecution

thereof by a further aid. Total £ 3735 15 7 And in regard to any objections

that

may be made, that the above To answer which fum, there is stock, on account of its being used, the following stock in hand in ma- would, if it was to be cold, fall far terials :

short of its prime cost, which muf Ninety machines, which,

be allowed will always be the case with the necesary

wherever a business is dropped To alterations and “im

foon after its commencement (and provements, cost

2584 12 6 in this particular circumstance, it Fitting up a receptacle,

is probable, would not produce office, and fundry

fufficient to reimburse the superinshops

984 9.7 tendant the monies he has advanced) Seven horses to carry

it may not be improper to observe, the fish to market,

that the alterations and improve. with harness and fad

ments in the machines (from ex. lery

160 39 perience found neceffary) have put Baskets for the ma

them in a better late than when chines, markets, &c. 129 14 3 first made. Hence there is the Scales and weights for

greatest reason to believe, that by receptacle shops, and

an additional aid, this undertaking and the sea ports 48.15 4 may be carried on in a greater de Cost of a well-boat, and

gree, and to the farther benefit of fitting up the same 146 30 the public, who could not expect A compleat fett of tur.

the superintendant, with 20001. bot-lines, and other

Mould feed the multitudes in this apparatus, for two

metropolis, when it is well known fmacks, of 60 tons

that the sales at Billingsgate, in the each

50 19 6 course of a year, amount to between A water cart and tubs

2 and 300,000 1. But nevertheless

. for the receptacle, and

he has brought upwards of 200 tons a large lanthorne

of fish from diftant parts of the sea rected at Lyme Cob,

coasts, which has produced 19,6411. a guide to the

199.9d. halfpenny, and if it is fishing boats on that

allowed, as in justice it ought, that coast

such fiih has been sold at less chán

half the former usual prices, the Total 4063 18 public will find they have gained an

advantage of nearly 20,000 l. from Befides fundry other utensils in this undertaking, besides the effea the shops and receptacles.

it has had on the general sale of By this it appears, there is a stock fish, probably equal to more than of materials in hand amounting to double the above sum ; from which 40631. 1$. 8 d. to answer the the superintendant presumes to capital of 3705 l. 155. 7d. and to think, that his endeavours have rry on the undertaking, in case benefitted the public to the amount public should be disposed to en of fifty or Sixty thousand përnds.

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Afi count of the fale, charger, and netl proceeds of the Ship La Hermione, a Spanish Regider Swip, condemned in the high court of admiralty,

of Great Britain, September 14, 17620 В; Y the sale of 550 bags of dollars to sundrys, qt. oz. By 1346 fundrys,

476,518 at 6301 126,078 14

1.165,6 52-at 63d 305,983 13
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By 28 bags of gold coin to Bank of England, weighing 22,974 02, 3 dwt. 18 gr. at 78s, 6d.

90,17 3 13
By 4 ingots of gold, at their various assays, rendered 621_02, I dwt. 14 gr. standard at 78s. 6d. £2,437 14 8
By i ditto as above it 02, 15 dwts. 9 gr. at 795.

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2,484 5 11

3 By 34 ingots silver as above rendered 18,863 02, 3 gr. standard at 64d.

5,030 35 By 3 ditto as above 527 oz. I gr. at 65d.

* 142 14 10 5,192 is
By 6 ez. 6 dwt, 2 gr. fine gold in 2 ingots, at 86s.

L. 27. 53
Deduct expences of parting 445 oz. gilt filver, at 4d.

19 16 11

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By sundry, trinkets, &c. &c. fold to sundries for

42477
O&. 7. By 427 serons, and 306 bags Guiaquil cocoa, fold at Garraway's coffee-house, by public fale, in 6a lots,
weighing together nett, 1029 C. 6lb. at various prices, from 1015. to 10gs. per cwt. £ 5,371 19

5,237 12 10 Discount 2 per cent.

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at , from 925. to 100s. per . and produced

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6,038 16
Difcount 2 per cent.

129 4
By 8 bales. Vigonia, and 1 ditto Alpalca wool, sold at public sale in .. lots to sundries, weighing
nett, 545 lb. from 3ź to 75. 4d. per lb.

£. 141 8
By 9 bolts canvas, fold as above, at 305.
By i case saddle cloths, ditto

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By 61 barrels gunpowder, qt. 34.C. at bos.
By a launch belonging to the ship fold by Tho. Mayne, and Co. at Gibraltar, for ps. 51 1 6 at 40d.

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1963. March 4. By the ship Hermione, with all her tackle, apparel, and furniture, guns, ftores, &c. fold this day
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May 16. By a bounty bill for 150 men, dated Jan. 1763, at 51. is

ks 825 0 Deduct fold at 7 per cent, disc.

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62 I8 6 Brokerage

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Total amount 544,648 ! 26 For freight of the treasure from Gibraltar

£ 5,303 -6 For duties paid on the cargo at the Custom-house, with officers fees and amount of the subsidy

1747, on the cocoa not drawn back For brokerage paid on selling the treasure, cargo, and ship

747 5 For all charges of lighterage, landing, wharfage, and warehouse-rent, &c. on the cargo, &c. expences paid on the ship in Gibraltar and England, and all other contingent charges whatsoever

1,685 4 For commission on the gold and silver coin

£. 13,055 18

} 24,376 10 For ditto on remaining produce of this prize

1,120 12

Nett proceeds to 519,705 10 O Z
DISTRIBUTION of the foregoing nett proceeds, viz.
To the admiral and eommodore

64,963 39
A C TI V E's SH A R E.

65,053 13 To the captain

each is £.. 13,004 14

39,014

3 To 3 commission officers, at

4,336 3

34,689 54 T0.8 warrant ditto

1,806 10 10

36,130 17
To 20 petty
ditto

485 5 4

76,132 13
To 158 seamen, &c.
FAVOURITE's SHARE.

64,872 13
To the captain

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at £. 12,974 10 9 To 2 commillion officers

4,324 16 il

30,273

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1,802

28,832 6 3 To 16 petty dito

484 2 5

53,253 14 4 TO zo seameir, &c

£ 519,705 10 London, 22 July, 1763.

Errors excepted. N. E. The Aflive being entitled to the whole bounty money, occasions the difference in the shares between the two thips.

Herbert Sawyer,

Agente.
Sam, Moore,

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emerks on some cautions in oar last situation must the parties to such volume to persons going to Scotland marriages be in, or their issues, if to be married.

when the validity of these mar

riages comes to be litigated in EngaTe cannot insert these remarks with land they fhould be deemed invalid, out thanking the author of them for as not being had in pursuance of his favourable opinion of our la. the laws of that country in which bours, and his public-spirited en- they were celebrated ! 'It is to be deavours to prevent our alarming hoped indeed that these marriages and misleading, when it was only will be allowed good, as were the our intention to warn and instruct.

fleet marriages, though very irreguWe never thought otherwise of the lar ones: but what persons of commarriage act than the public, and, mon prudence would run any hazat present, many of the legislature zard at all on such an occasion ?" Jeem to think. Nor should we bave You fee, fir, the author fays not ventured 10 insert these cautions, that the marriages are invalid, he had they not flood unimpeached for could not confiitently with truth, a long time in one of the belt monthly and I suppose him incapable of deproductions.]

viating from that, but I think he means to confound irregular or clan

destine marriages with such as are To be AUTHOR, &C. void and null; and to create doubts

in the minds of ignorant people conYearly purchase Mr. Dudley's cerning the validity of irregular

Annual Regilter, and read it marriages: to this end seem to me ith much pleasure : the relation of to tend the cautions, which proets which one finds there, is ge- bably come from a friend to the mar:rally, if not always, authentic ; riage bill. I never yet have seen id ihe observations upon these the utility of this law, unless to innAs usually candid and juft. I keepers on the road, post boys, ave not yet gone through the last oftlers, and an episcopal clergyman plume, but I have already found at Edinburgh, who makes a good

hat appears to me to be an ai- living by tying the hands of our impt to deceive : if it is so meant, amorous adventurers ; and I believe : am persuaded the compiler has the English are the first nation who one it with a good intention, and ever had sagacity enough to discover om an extreme regard to the late that it was for the advantage of the arriage-bill. The article I refer state to lay any reitrajut on marri) is in the chronicle for January, age, to put any step to this fource of 762, and intituled,

"6 Cautions to national strength, For my own part, -ersons going to Scotland to be. I think this law more untriendly to

arried." The authors of theis natural liberty, and infinitely more ventions the formalities required by pernicious to the fate, than any exhe law of Scotland to conftitute a cile law that was ever yet paffed.

arriage regular; observes that in When I see such a bustle now made Ed0ft of the marriages made by about liberty, and reflect how quiet

eople from this country these forms ly the marriage bilt was received, zre omitted ; and concludes with one would imagine we were not " And what an unhappy the lanie people we were some few

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Total amount 544,648 I
For freight of the treasure from Gibraltar
For duties páid on the cargo at the Custom - house, with officers fees and amount of the subsidy
1747, on the cocoa not drawn back

3,030
For brokerage paid on selling the treasure, cargo, and ship

747 5
For all charges of lighterage, landing, wharfage, and warehouse-rent, &c. on the cargo, &c.
expences paid on the ship in Gibraltar and England, and all other contingent charges whatsoever

1,685 4
For commission on the gold and silver coin

£. 13,055 18

:} 14,176 10 For ditto on remaining produce of this prize

1,120 12

Nett proceeds f 519,705 10 o Z %
DISTRIBUTION of the foregoing nett proceeds, viz.
To the admiral and commodore

64,963 39
A CT I V E's S H A RE.
To the captain

65,053 13 9
To:3 commission officers at

k.. 13,004 14

each is

39,014 3 To 8 warrant ditto

4,336 3

34,689 54 To 20 petty ditto

1,806 10 10

36,130 17 8 To 158 seamen, &c.

485 § 4

76,132 13
FAVOURI TE'S SHARE.
To the captain

64,872 13
To 2 commillion officers

at f. 12,974 10 9

25,949

6 To 7 warrant ditto

4,324 16 11

30,273 8 To 16 pefty dito

1,802 4

28,832 6 3 ·To ric seamen, &c.

484 2 5

53,253 14 4

£ 519,705 10 London, 22 July, 1763.

Errors excepted. N. B. The Active being entitled to the whole bounty money, occasions the difference in the shares between the two thips.

Herbert Sawyer,

T. Mayne, Rich, Dacres,

Tho. Tierney, Agents, Hen. Blanckley, Sam. Moore,

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