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London Evening-Post (Newspaper) - May 7, 1772, London, Middlesex v n f 1**o-pence From THURSDAY May 7- SAT A Y May 9,^ 6918.] FRID A 6. On Mr. the Venetian took leave of bis at being to iet oat to-morrow on his return By letters from Prague we are that who farm the tobacco in have all been for having exported corn that under pretext of Clipping Their accomplices in Vienna are with the fame of a Utter from Afrit 18. This morning Gen. with part of at aged 101, Mr. formerly a timber merchant at but had The fame at Ann a widow aged 109. at Mr. John formerly of The fame Mrs. wife of Mr. in The fame in the Mr. attorney at The fame Mrs. wife of Mr. at the glafs St. The fame at Mrs. wife of Mr. in at Matthew The fame in Crutched feis corps arrived he brought with him two Samuel fame French which his Uhlans had taken near st James formerly an and were marching to one his officer in the at Mr. John The fame at Lee in Dr. William The fame at John The fame at Mr. in the other Capt. m Another party of Uhlans have taken waggons loaded foe the Sec. The Imperial expected at who is at has already begun a cor- with the who is on the Other fide of the Danube j four more Dublin April 30. His has been are at and the to the following promotions in die with the army oh this and the joo are at the are come over viz. reg. Barton was held the meeting of John Cornet 27th reg. Matthew 40th reg. Alexander 45th reg. Edward ' COUN TR Y May 5. Lad week were committed to the James Potter and Alice widow of Alexander late of Great in the of this charged with the faid Alexander Bowman and from r r killing May 5. Sailed from Spithead the Seaford man ef Capt. She has taken on board and the Duke of which he had when he went abroad in the Magdalen when a fermon was preached before in the chapel yl the New Magdalen in St. by Rev. Dr. Dodd after which they adjourned where was and a made for the Tht Brazil of 16 under convoy of two men of arrived at lAibon the Of laft with rich cargoes of 250 octaves of and upwards of five millions of I - killing his * The Seaford and Southampton frigates of ' Mav c. Sai commanded by Captain are now in waiting for their lail to convey her of Denmark into the territories of The Generous a mentioned to be loft near is got and gone that The Captain of a Dutch arrived in the Texel from Bourdeaux that he in by a large the crew of which were chiefly fobbed him of nine bags of ana two calks fait Next Monday General Howard's regiment of dragoons will be reviewed neaf Barnet by General after which they will march for Northampton and the day after General will be reviewed by General and then they will march for morning a young in the and heir to very being by one of his with having taken fome indecent liberties with his father's without making the retired to his and who contribute liberally with his run through the of a hitherto in vain attempted By this Wifch ie expired in than two Stef the which at the Church of a young Tome is appropriated and With was taken out of the of the expence of the It is fhe had and paid by robbed and in by fome ai of the waU not be ten much and The and will be as Mrs. a widow than of the was at a bohe of a fowl her a was immediately fent but before hi could get to her fhe - On night a gentleman going home | to was flopped in by two H E R E. REFORMS HI be sol The and of with the manor of. Welch Huntington and Kingten together witH the tolls of the markets and fairs of Kington and within the faid containing i lying without any land A brick lately of a very good with and garden the whole being of the clear yearly 473I. The landL very being well and finely The manors command a great extent of abounding with For apply to Mr. at Mr. a in Great PROVIDENT SOCIETY for the Benefit of A THE Managers meet at the Feathers every at in tlic to of either when fifty will be to 251. 53!. 7jl. 190I. without any except fuch commence members at forty of qr who continue ua years before become entitled to the lai J Letters paid will be duly be bad at the fa d the Vine in Brown's Mr. St. Martin's in the Strand j and at Scar JOHN Secretary The number of members are upwards of 12-70. SONS of THE of the to be performed at the Meeting of this will be in the Cathedral Church of St. on the nth of and the Anniversary Meeting on the His Grace the Lord Rev. D. of Canterbury Charles M. D. His Grace the Duke of De- Rev. A.M. George David Robert jun. and Rev. D. D. Rev. T. D. D- The will of the overture of and the Te both by Mr. Handell j Dr. on for this and Mr. Coronation Anthem Tickets will be timely for en the and and it is to be that no per fort will be of being without fir ft to this be that who contribute bt For the cleaning of White and and NEW invented by the Ufe of which clo of this fort may be kept clean with little and will always appear as powders being generally ufed cloaths that are cleaned with them are not liable to be out of as happens when they are or Sold and only by W. in Sold aUb retail by W. in at the bar of the London on by John the Leaden hall price is. the N. B. A black for cleaning black or dark grey at the 0. PERSONS to or yearly incomes for out of or other benefices in the officers in the or on half and being of fams of may be immediately accommodated on equitable or by to Mr. Thomas at the Church or at his houfe in W S A L 1 B U R Y R A C E 6 ill be on Friday the 8ch, and 10th of Particulars will foon be advert The Stewards have that no tickets the be but any to this have them from either of the or by leaving &c at Mr. the Queen's in St. Paul's Church For Mfy 1 they then robbed him of four guineas and a j and fome morning as Mr. one the clerks in the Six Clerks was returning TO his houfe in Lincoln's Inn he was attacked in .by two Sn had by ward off a blow aimed at his when the fellows ran off without robbing him of gpy thing his tried at the Old five of whom were to be Viz. James John and Elizabeth ' Elizabeth and Thomas were convicted of petit and ordered to be two Were A James Mer Drf A few days of the Clerks of to Kitty 0�*"n> of Elver of Upper to of to Mifs of lame Mr. to fame at the SCURVY in and TINCTURES of are fold by the Thomas No. 7, in and by fon and of the late Mr. Jehn at No. 65, on the of St. Pauls Price is. each The for the Teeth and takes off all from the renders them white and fuch as are prevents and entirely cures the and all other of the The Tincture for the gives safe in a and in a little time cures the Nothing can be a proof of the real efficacy of than the many attempts that nave wen made to counterfeit but Mr. ugh to give both for the fake of his arid to prevent the public being on by under that his genuine tinctures are in oblong on each of which % a label with prepared by Thomas and for the and of. ht will be but all are not in fuch 4n4 fo are foe By hU MA J PAT E THOSE who want of finking of Brora by ar an y other by want of the alimentary or of a of the br ngs on BILIOUS on receiving at the ol is. 64. and in a by making a trial of the Stomach which are Mr. at the tho dobr the wita fuli 1 bow they are to be i. If ' - * * In the and will be the County of on a feale of one inch to a By THOMAS the lately The and not aad would chufe to as of this and are humbly to pay their to The the corner of St or Mr. at - T In a few days be With by the THE S E N A T S a Candid Examination into the merits of the principal mers of STEPHEN'S Thus do our Senators Cheat the deluded people with a Of which yet they ne'er us like wrecks down the rough tide of no left to fave us from Printed for G. at No. 1^ in and fold by the in By the KING'S for making of Liquid Blacking for &c. with the by the of water a mott excellent liquid much to any hitherto known it gives the black and beautiful glofs to the never renders it or but on the its - and it and to the very whereby it is rendered more agreeable to tlie at well as much more It is perfectly frei from and the that are blacked with fell the In putting or die ill Said and ohly ia near the bottom of the by A. at the Civet New f. at the Angel and Francis the corner bf Sr. J. the India 6i\ the which will * full pikt of liquid 1 1 i ir in - For &c. PECTORAL of T 6 L Prepared and fold by T. at the Arras and and No. 7, in price is. the TI contain all the V virtues of the celebrated B A LS AM of and are the and effectual remedy of the kind in all fore and on the healing the and of the promoting the expectoration of the rough and great relief in complaints and of They are very in are not cloying to the but create an are by W. in of the Civet Cat and in New B and on the North at Tlie great Lozenges have perf to attempt felling a counterfeit ao eminent a verdict in the Court of King's feth The are to of the Lozenges M and thaf none but what have the pre- To &c. - To be SOLD by By THOMAS On Monday the 15th of and the following the No. 78, near the in to begin each day at 11- All the large and valuable Stock in Trade or Mr. 5AMUEL confirming of about 15 tons of bar and plate 5006 bla fencing quantity brafs ditto and elegant variety and kitchen furniture in and large quantity of and and other and and brafs and iron and large with and a quantity of and every other article fold in above t - i ' The whole may be viewed on the a and 23d.. * Catalogues be on and of * N. B. Soon after the above will be fold and genuine &c. of which timely notice ' To be SOLD by AUC T 1 O By THOMAS On the 3d of at the Cock and Bell .at in at two o'clock in the in eight late the of Mr. FOUR valuable FREEHOLD contain 130 acres of and arable all and ift fine and 11 in Collier and near the town of in the of and at 57 years of capable of very great May be viewed days preceding the by applying at the Cock and Bell at where a attends to fhew the Printed particulars are and may be had in a few at the Black at the at j the White at the place of the Green at j and of Mr. N. B. Plans of at Mr. To be SOLD by At in the county of in the month of June of which timely notice will bs given in this to of John at Eaft Chipping in the faid county of great adjoining to the leading from Newbury tcf and near four capital market viz. Market and The is called ot A. R. ridge and of one convenient with thereto a and x e Together with or fields of arable lands adjoining to the containing z 14 And a wood adjoining to faid of wood growing The wood is called Great and contains 91 o 31 and Little Coppice 6�. o together * ' 15? t 3�S 3 33 The have been in the John the as at the yearly rent of buc are very greatly - The tenants leafe will at he having the ufe and occupation of the barns and the 34th day of June then Particulars whereof may be had of Mr. on where a plan may be SMITH'S FAMILY MEDICINE TH E following Considerations prove their great utility 1. A choice of upwards of different medicines recommended in the Family are always at If it is not agreeable to apply them without they ready when a is fent and if he lives at a great which often it is a long time before medicines can be fuch delays in oc dangerous often prove 3. families are or in the remoter parts of it is often difficult to obtain and at is frequently From the utility of the Family Medicine Chart u are fold at Smith's No. 57, The price in deal is or eleven guineas in from nine to fifteen Travelling cabinets eight guineas All letters will be duly and no orders executed but for 1 1 1 1 1 in price 6s. in to their the Duke an J of CALCULATIONS of the Value of Annuities for the ufe of ths for the of old by 4 tables of viz. the L 4j Dr. Mr. Si and Dr. tables of interest and Sec. examinations of each in 1 ft. What each member seduced to tae value of fingle payment in 2d. ought to be received for the fum 3d. Whether t' e ages pay in due proportion to each 4th. If paying with be equal to paying without in 5th; What annuity each can to gain to who are Together with an containing a plan Fjr an general a new method of correcting the lues of annuities Mr. values of and Mr. f method eo clear provide the The whole deduced from manner by plain and intended as ad to the of the doctrine of Printed for J. in St. calculations in the that a nearly annuity which thay of them pay by are re i wril be applied to gaod
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