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zJAJ f| Q \/j v?®/| /> t 4 ' x^^^^yW/ 7 XS^ffiulsr«^n r ii JW Or, Thomas’s Bolton Joumal. ‘ A Weekly, Political, and Commercial Pap£r :—Open to all Parties, but Influenced by None. 'DOtbou Great LIBERTY inspire our Souls,—And make twr Lives in THYPoffefEon happy,-Or, our Deaths gloriom in thy jusTDeicnce.’ Vou IL] FRIDAY, J*mM 8. BOSTON. An old Veteran in the <Avfe of American liberty* at present an inhabitant of Mufcun gus Wand, at tbe Edward, but a native of theft parts, writes to hrs friend in Marble head, in a letter of Decdttber li,; as fol tows: . , c ..' ■ *—•* As the prints mform me of the,Go vernor and Judges being independent, 1 think I (hall appear once more in public ariosi —* I am in tbe6ld yeir of my age; and am so routed by the news that I am ready oft the firft alarm, to quit wile, children, fee. and boldly attack any and every vilimn that dare eppofe that liberty which God, and the blood df my forefathers have given me.*—M so. times past I left all, to cut my way through th* forces of France and Spate, will, though top old, fly with double fury agamfl such nifcreants at invade my liberty, and leap throngh hotb, though aflarod of dying in bat- < de, and if pofiblc, after my death, my ■koi fhJlp crfue their mean deeds to the dwihonri line.—My request to you ia, lodfond firm for your liberty, which is the gttateft fortune you can ever beftaw an your children.“ Naw-York, Jmtmuy 4. Several tat ters from If ion by the Packet, fey, « that the mtsufr are determined to Ml their in- 1 flwtocs in parliament tor a mpMI «theea imposing a doty on all tans exported so Ota colonics from GiesdlteiC £wr«« 0/0 fetter /refer « geuffonmv of tflfo rwAirfeAmMm, fir MrW —«♦ f hear your militii «so put dh a' good footing, and that ybir fete nfohfoing nod counter-mardhing: ft is Well; but V am mdtittefiraUiyou fhou’d fortify; as fore es you live if you do not, the town w.ll be burnt about your ears in rhe next wW; r-d in a Couple of years, or (boner, futh an c t vent M file to takcplace.” foil • $h T U RD. A ¥, Jarjuarj <9. BOSTON. 4 Wcdntkfey lafl Mr. W ilium Stone, ligh > terman, took epehe body of amiehor nwnon the Graves, (uppofed to be drowned out of Captain Pskovvcflel, mentioned io be cM' awap ia cur left, which was interred left Tburfidy TIlHe aifo ledk up <0 quantity df jeok, which the dwnm< may bavc, paying cuftonaarv'fatvaar. * . NwwroßT, The Hon. Da niel Horfhianden, Esq; Chief Jdflfce of ihr province of New Yob, his Wy, and the honourable Frederick Smyrh, EtyOnaf Jus tice of New-Jtrfey, ‘arrived heit hft Th utf dsy, m thd 1 flbop*Lydta,Capt. Fredbodyfidm New-York :*-And SaxuNay evening, the honourable Frier Esq; Chief Justice of rhe Mbflaiihufciu-Bay, and the bon. Ro bert Auchtnuty, Esq; Jodfl* °f Court of Yicc-AdmirAlty throughout New England, cafne tOtovrn by land : Tbcfe four gentle men are appointed, by the King, to join his Honour tbe Governor of this colony, in soaking enquiry into the ciicumfUeces ot plundering and burning his Majefly’a fohou- Oct Gaipee, on the roih of June toft.’ The weather has been very remarkably warm the month past, eten so chat a sole bulb in • geatiemaa’a garden, in this tbwa, fewobferved last week to tease pat forth fe* acral buds, and two fpruuts near three inches long j thaoldcft petfon among ns tcareely »e ---m'mbers Ute like. - WsWr Load Dnrtmoutb, Secretary of Umi for the Ameucan tn »let ter coiternmg the Gafpoe fobnuner, teas «f ---furaAtei IfuaMT our GoMsraoe, feat his Ma* joßy, is deter wined so pamfia, U the feseeft manner, my of Me fetvants who (hall ob i tteuft the legsl trade or in any wife tnfeh aWe any of his fobyeds of thia colony ; so that it is hoped there wilt be no more unne ceifary firing on and terrif} mg the pour, no- THURSDAY, January 14, ,1773. nest, industrious woodmen, and others who bring the rteceffaries of life to this market | nor any more knocking down barmen, throwing their wood overboard, and cutting down the best wood and timber on private gentlemen's estates ; of which almofldum bertefr have been the complaints within eigh teen months past ; though, in Justice to the present commanders beh t we can fay we have heard of fcarct any again# them. This harbour is now >Mrdrdby the Mer cury man of war, Capt. Keeler, of 2 a guns, the Arethttfa frigate, Capt. Hammond, of 36 quns, the Litard frigice, Capt Ehglrfh, of 18 guns, the (bip Sivan, Capt. Ayfcough, of guns; and the Halifax fcbootier, Capt.' Crifpin. .1 . -I,!-!!! I. »■ , »l MONDAY, January 11 BOSTON t The Death of Lord AlbemariebM made Room for several promotions. Col. Fhzioy, brother to the Duke of Grafton has Lord Albemarle's reghhent of dragoons : General 1 Webb to Col. FhWoy's, General Armstrong baa Gen. regiment of foot *, and Gen. I Ha4dtm an has General Armfltvngb ban al ion ( If Hayat Lord Harcourt h LtametianioFf refund, if rhe mem dfLord J 1 oWrtfood, Who is made matter General of rhwuNnMteu, wacam Ance Ma death of Che Maiwtis of Grtnby ? 8k Jeflhy Amherfl w LfoofoMm GenlMM df tife eMoance, in the foom of General Gowamy, Governor of tialfant by Lord K bemar’e’s death. We boar flom Newport that theeomtiiT 6jkon appointed by W Msfefty so Make in qtiby iMoW dteumttances of ptontieting, bnd burning the Gafpee Sdhboher uh ilk !Oih of June loft al ’Rhoc'e f&p‘d, m.« at Newport la# Tuesday, when their d.m nif poo Was pub ifhed, aftd the bn eaery day since Tovfday. Qm W -ahe RWe'Msod Com—w taN'ls to histoostarr in this town, star they I are received «bere with and J ibat they are like to tfuke that puce their iw nter (parsers—others write that their mo tio s are carefully watched, and that it is , not probable they will be Ufeidd 10 eaccubt a cjmmiffion So mceafilUnt with their utan and Magna (Wie. 4 Their Aflbmaiy fits this day, >and it 4s hoped ibey Uull not be induced by Comptatfance Or father trtfil behaviour to make any concession or iubmif (mn, whereby a precedent (hall be introduc ed and established, which may bd fatal to the freedom us their own conftituuob, and the liberties of Aomrica. a£SEßC£3sztz=kaw Tor the MXtitaCHvaMfo SPY. Mr. Thomas. Ti£ following (aid to be inftrufHens to 1 Mr. Sheriff* Tyng the representative aftho’SowriofFaUnouthand diffnd or Cepe tlHtibelb, has appear* 1 in ieveral papers,via. A/mmuA, January \fl y 177 g. * WILUAM TYItG, Ety •• r i a, I * WHEREAS we ar* feofible sbere is rcafogto oomptaa of inti iogr Wools'on ths liberum of the people of this province; and as you ore teprefentative for this town, we would offer a few things for your confide/f tton, in tranfa&ing the very important bu-, finetefhat may. Jay before the General Cour| at their next kffions. M Wc are not about particularly 10 enu« aerate any-giievances, as we doubt nut the wifdum of the General Court is amply fuf fictent coinoeftigote not only every grievance but e»cty focowvemencc the province at pre font labours under.—All we mean is to fug. geft Tome method whereby ill grievances may be tedrefled. And considering the tin gu'ar abilities and good difpo&tion of the pufeot Gurcrnur, together with bis and bis family’s being embayed in the fame bottom with ourmivea, Wc know ,of no expedient more eHe&ual, than for the mem acre of the General Court by a rational, lb bocal bahevfour, ty_conciliate the aflrciion* of his Excellency ——-The particular mode of doing this we mu# leave U then wifd. m and prudence, which on this important uc fakon they will undoubtedly exert; only beg leave to obferye, that cod'd his Excel lenoy be prevailed upon to join the other branches Of the tag«flature, in fupplicaiing the throne for redreh of any of our grievanc its, it appears to us the mo# probable way if obtaining hi. M jetty’s royal attention and relief. , by the commit ee appointed by the town us Faknouih, to conhder wbat is convenient to be done, in or- । der to redrcis public grievances.” , The foregoing inftiußioM loem to have boon-drawn up by a oommiitae, and not to baoefeeon laid before the sown; otbeiwifoit mu# have been mentioned i We ate not fa vuuaod with the names of tbe commiifee who (igned them, those are modotily concealed ; put they appear to flatter 1 hem (elves, that our grievances aNay be remoued if she members ot the General Court, by a behaviour itoriHaU life rffodtions x>f his Excellency, in such a ou&tMraa tm induce him to join tn a fopptcatton to the throne for their retnoMl.i gentlemen, they happened npt to reeo’ta&thatthn Trt his bi ether Oliver the LiCM.enai.tGuvernor'v 3000* hwbietherChiefJuhiceOlivers 4OCOI and bis hrosber Judge Hutohuttoo’s 20001. depend upon the continuance of i;» he inftru&ons l hewfoi e oppoat better calculated 10 serve the i< han the by cantftiatmg tnc Gover nors rffcdioni ;Tr ihat a profecunon for ircb cfomage* may bedropt. and he (lid per mutoi so bold his port, nocwuhftaading any to removehfovfor being Goncern ed mi num ng counterband goods, white She* r of the CCu.ity. Buvrf the good gentlemen of the com mi t te© so »wd really have-been of opinion that the Governor might be induced by a libtrai be h&viour «o«jotn the General Court in an ap plication for relief ; let lh<em perufehis long at the ebd of iafi TriTiun and his most lengthy Speech at the. opening of the present feftao, and they will shtn find; that be is <hu wsufl and wurm advocate lor the meafoses iuf adminifo alien Amc rica-of any vnr Gavrraw upon this txteniive 'Continent : and shat no endeavours ot his a<e warningtu perfoads his pounuymen, that our cbd> fit was only o ratilt gtven the pro vince in its infancy and tbot a’/o// fubmijjion ito the power of parliament, is our duty, though he does not no/ cannot draw any line . between such a and ihe most ab- TUESDAY,' January 12. B 0 S T O N. ThkCawpHttee of Carrefpiadence have re* GCived rhe following Voter aad Relblves of the large and rcfpcfchble town pf IPSWICH. •*jfr a lyim at iht hhiinui if tbt I /<w» if if IWK b,n> tbt iyta tfDtttm l fit, a ttnmittrt wa> ofuitM It tab iutt ttjhurati— tbt fruutnafi if tbt £ifhu, rtUibtt It rbt tbfrinffwtiHi wutfun attain itai "lb" Ant frtwtltfti ts tb:> f»t^t: at tbt aijturt- twit tbt< iAtb tbt atuatitt moat tbt tit.. •* TrhE coasmurae-appoieud st a maettog IcgaUy sffembled the *7th iaftsnt, to coofidcr oi the letter from tbc town ol metr | ffste of the rights sr the colonies end the in I fringemeot made apon them, whith vu pob. I lickly read at laid meedag—beg leave to re- | port, That from a fol! conviAioo of the propri | ety and eapedieoct of ,the sneafore, they do re- 1 conrnwnd-it to tbe tohabiiMts of this »wa, to pafa the fol lowing refoivw, viz. “ RESOLI bO, it- That the rights of the. colon’ll, and-jf this province in particular, and tbe lift of iafrin|tmeats and violaikm of ibofe rights, si Rated aad exptriTd by their iripeAs fe e brethren of the met'opal is of this province, are agreeable to the real (cmisn.atiof the inha bitants of this town । and that it is of ihe of. mod importance, that ihe colonies is gcMrsl. and the lafeebituiti of this province to partku hr, Hand firm as men wfupport sad mafo taih all their jug rights and privt'tgta. '* 11. Thu the irhabitants of this- “d the other Britlin piovhces, have an equal right with the people of Greac-Bsitaia, co > njoy and dis- P4le 0 their own property, and tb«t by ihe full fend fomhnta .(J principles of ths Btivfh coa* fti utioo.ihe Grpe cannut be uken from them, but by their own co4ent in person ot by their reprefentatitea. 7 “ U|. Thai thy Pritilh pailisanent has claim ed the power of le. -ftaUun tor the coloniei, and ia conkquenee of such pewer me ridflog a put jo the culoaHS contrary to the minds if thy aggrieved and Injured people of this countq,, end id the fenomentiQf kmc oftlta mofljydici oul dignified efiaratftia ia the RMtoPa txprefly declared ia parhameai. a. 4 This revenue ■ thus unconflitnifonally raff ed, haa been in part applied to the most uudive purples. The Gcurcf nor of tMe pro vince hei thereby beet rendered independent of ihe General Assembly for hi» (upporf, eadcoa ieqiuntly the connexion between him and his people xtokfocJ. and their cunfideacs ia him s*, their governor greatly diminiAad: AM so complete the keae, accotdtqg to (he best tufor matfon that cau be had, the Judges of die Su perior CourtM fodfostwe, Aunr *cy Mad SeffoiorSeveral are to receive their fopport frt.m the fame infupponableaad fHevouo tribute, ' •* V. That they have bean lately greatly a larmcd at the appcfoimenrof CummtSoncia.M cookqsencs of a lam sit of parliament. UstUtai ed. An Ad for fo<IW preferyfog hie Ma- M jefty’a dixk-yardt, «Mg«gifoSr unmu ' * Julian and florca, to er quite after the perkra »’ coqco.ncd in burning bis M/jeily’s schooner “ the Gafpea, at Providence :” Which thpugh a very unjufli/uMc ad, yet they apprehend thia methpd ot proceeding h a great infringement updo the liberty onhs mbj ft and of the most dangerous cofefcqdeace, as the ctmflitadfo baa already provided a method for the trial of these and all ocher Meaders. , •• ¥l. That svery part fit the ritifo dank nfons have a light co pMsfou Ma and ike parliament for tbe redreia of whaiesti gratvenco ihcy s cfoteUf. tad to contiOM their app Ration till fitah times as they aro tsm.ved. and the iafobiHßU of this tewq cafenot bn: cxprcfi rheir grief that so little cgard.hfo been w ipeiitbos of this province hrreKfon.; s ** VIL That the inhabitants of this town will, and they do hfreby their reprefen t;nve in the great tod’general court,'w aflcmbjy ,ot this prwiaee, at the next fefien. so n legal and confthutional way, to contcnd eanacllly tor the auintuaing, rccsvc<iog and preserving the just rights end privileges of this people agaiaft all invafioni of them. Alto, that he Uc bis influence co piece tnc judge* ot ihe foperkr court upon a constitutional whereby they may be rendered indifferent, ondjMey be unntr do undue bin* when fitting on the Ucred beach of justice: But a* the governor of the ptovime is not only appointed by the crown (which ia agreeable to Charter) but baa lately been mace , dependent on tbe crown for hi* fapport (which ifoy took npCNi aba ve y great grievance) they therefore cannot think it fox at tbi* time, thu a fund Should be provided to render theoi inde pendnot of the annual grama of ths general coon, even chough they AmoU hold their ccm miAon* dm ag good behaviour. Never the icio it is the iaUrncUon of the lobbitams of this town to ifieir reprpf;utati*e, to give bis voice wad influence for the granting fecb (ale'it* to me (aid judge*, a* (hall be adequate to their impor tant dauunt, fervice* and auric. And it u their further A'ftreriioa to their said reprdemmive, that the right nonoorabte ibaßiri of D.rtmouih may be made acquainted by the Houle of reprc> ieautiye*. that St far from feeing a (mall fadion, u naa been rep<cfeoted, the good peop e of thia . province are almost generally nneafy on adjust |of tbeiadeprndency of thcGovtroorcnd ibrjudn. les, tbe Board of Com miff* onere of the Cufonb lin Amcncs, aid the enormou* power* vetted 14 the Cuuct of Admiralty, th* polling regular [Numb. 101.