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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 1, 1771, London, Middlesex                                From T U S D to S R D A 1771 or tiadferit nis MajeSys fortnai j appointed It of fame the KaBian at tKis fet out from hence on Wed return who has refided for dAffaires from that remains With the Our continues isery of the io with difagrce C O U N r Dvc f i if T W i1Ti the nearrheledge of the fell into the water and J Y N W Wind Came down the Ponf born and remains with the fhips as tnived andfailed for ihe the from PaTed by the Mary and from Philadelphia Geod from Quebec Anna Arrivals at the following Leghorn from Dublin John and from Oporto and Peace and from artd from Liverpoole and Ri from Londpn j and from Briftoh tijfeon from Newfoundland from Stockholm and Sophia from CftrKe from from V from mna from Newfoundland and from and from llaivtucVtet from the Barbadoes Africa and from Virginia Two Taj and from Dover from Michaels Mary and from Philadelphia frorfc KetvYofk from Virginia from Maryland and quencfei the rtrft Prescient retflradi the King fee the On Tuefday the lith that theHoufe the in he hadexa CUted hiscommiffion the day which it was again refident mould wait oft the Kingt at the place and hour Court persisting its On Tharfday morning all the being the frrft Prefident madc his repfcrtof the Kings as follows Nothing proves more of the which 1 caufefl to be than the condqcl of my refume its I command fo Upon this refolution thactfhe nrft Prefident Ihould again wait uponh King rVefh and reiterated fetting forth ihe Livcfpoote Jane and Trfsm Oporto and Countefs of frcin Cadiz Larfy fwm aud Lam from Counteii of from Briftol from Sifjo and Xing from from from Off Dover from for Dutchefs cf from from from frsm Mary and from Genoa The Downs In the Tcxcl Philadelphia O N D O The Court at James yffterday mereorsniMiriiliant herMajefty was drefled in a crimfon 61k ornamented with pearls arid pre cious a prefent fron her Royal Highnefs the Frincefs On Sunday the Mifs daughter of Lord was prefcnted by the Dutchefs of Bedford to their Majefties at Jamess A quantity of naval and military lores are or dered to be fhipped for Senegambia and a rein forcement of troops is aifo ordered for compleating the garrifon A letter received on Monday night from the South of France thac all the troops that were ordered to be liationed along the feacoaft near are remanded back to the heart of the Aletter frojn after giving ari account ol the previous and the late Bed of proceeds thus All the Chambers feeing afTembled on the loth it feven inthe the pafled i efolution containing in that the firft AeficTenr immediately repair to to befeech wilhdravv his orilfe make the example of trje apciejii magistrates their the their em ployments their yetindif pcnfibie facrificesv wherrthe conllitution is attacked Thar Prefident hall not communicate the refaction toiny but the King in perfuri and that until they fhouId receive his an would remain Recording to the above the firfl Prefi3ent fet out that moment for where he hcacd King gone to la Muttte fo and wasto lie there that He immediately oif for that cattle where his Majefty fern him that it was not cullomary for to any deputatim inUhat The Msgi ft rate infixed or by which he certify to live Par that the magtftfateswererefolved to perifh with tne Since thd Parliament continues the CounfeHors refufe to do any euher at the the Court of or any of the other tribunals fo that the adminiilration of jullice is totally Extract cf a letter from The Duke de who is not yet abfolute has all the precautions with out one fpark of iie i fir he has repeatedly detlared himfclf for peace ixsith the With thefe can allure he entered into the head of the cabine of Extract of a Lttier from Of all the whom ths King hath fince his acceffion to the none hath been fo much regretted by the as the Duke de Choifeu the people render him juftice due to His Every thing hereis in anguifhing defpondency commerce the courfe of jullice is ftopt ths pro vinces as well as the capital are unanimous in their opinions and meafares to fue for the reeul of the only Miniller which the age hath eileein and even by thole powers who were jealous of All will unite n regretting the ciifgrace of a Minffter who was the admiration of If the King iiltens not to the prayers of his but perfift in his tiis perfeverance will OCcalion as great an effufion of aldod as the revecition of the edict of The emigration oif his and the deferticin of the will infallible confequence this unhappy evenf and France will become prey to all the ptftcntates llrengthcn their power on ruins and bad admini public cnes and complaints have Iready filled the Baftile and all the prifons for my own part I hold my for iear of baring re fame ExtraS of a Lelter from i S The lad accounts from Berlin King had ordered a regimentof and two regiments of to march into Poland to keep the Confederates in who have the infolence to attack different M the Pruffian It is afTured that the Jour of Vienna is determined to act in concert with tha of Berlin in this and to fend troops into Po land on the fame Ic is party that themfelyes the General without to atl the crowned heads of who have acknowledged the legitimacy of the King of Polands have dared to puhlifh afolcmn which declares the throne to be We are impatient to fee what meafures the King of Poland will take upon this According to letters qiftrefles of the poor in that part of occafioned by the late are beyond conception From Leipzig to all thecountry is under Several thoufand arpents of which have been are entirely in con fequence of which provifions are rifen to an amaz ing price j to add to their misfortunes the whole country is overrun with fnails which devour every In the mean time it continued to rain night and day when the pofl came A fociety is forming in the city for extending our furtrade with the Labrador It is faid there are confiderable al ready paid to the Bill of for the purple of trying ihe landtax with the Commif fioners for His Majefty his appointed Francis Barnard and John to be joint Officers for the Port of ExlraS of a letter from the Yefterday was caft away atthe this ifland a galliot called LaPofte de Alderdos ihe loaded at was Bound for with lenions The and all the crew one am afraid but little of the cargowill be as the is dafhed On Monday the Aflivejvlarr of Ben from arrivedat The to Is i loft but of the cargo will fforo Bilboa to wi is Viiianova arnlFaroj cpufilling ofii8 were from pijrbbafd and cari a on the ifljncl of the froth to the is lot near Cafllc in Northuenberlalidi the Captain the be part ftiip pbdnd from Tirgihia to and cafk in a ftfucfl QC a ledge rosks near fpli in pieces j and the matter vvilh djfecujty faved The from Hull to is on Ihorenear the Capei of The hip and the greateA parfof the cargo be We are glad be informsd that an laid on the of Irifh prnvilions into foreign Had thismeafure been adopteji fix the foreign fettlements of France in and wfch her at rn in the ste 6f The city i ahef bpoleftfrcr at White th4faid Thomas of the parlftoiT UptoA the tkteein t theSafcft ih iho of of th city of qer with of thetit1 the at iht Cenificafcs to George fate of in tfea oc or before the John Dore late of interior parts of that kingdom We hope this meafure will be purfued more and that we hall entirely take out of our enerrues hands the means of annoying and finning us our own in cafe of a future war fat it is no leis true than it is thit out of fixiythrtt trading which were taken from the French in the lad twentytwo of them were laderi with Irijh His Grace ihe Duke of beffaes forgiving his tenants a years rent asmentioned in the papers has advanced confiderable fums of wiihout to enable them to purchafe flock and im plements in which were deflroyed by the late great His Majellys pardon huh been granted to Bar lliOiomew Robert Abraham Mal Henry and Thomas convidls under fentence of tranfportation in on condition of their entering and continuing tofsrve on board fome of his Majeilys mips of The whofe fervant was taken away in the manner mentioned in our lafl went to the regulating Captain near the Tower two days and having told his and allured the Captain that man had never been at got a difcharge for him with fome friends that oc companied went on board the and lo the great jriy of the fervant had him and brought hid home behind his Some per fon had gone before a and cfn oath given information that the man had been at fea the gen we is determined to punifh the in It is laid there is great realou to fufpeft the afGfled 1 bv of the ward a private f jcii in fcveral of the wardsof this city and ap i prehended a great number of diforderly Uhom voluntarily entered into his i and the reft his Lordfhip cominitcd to the of corrtclion till the wiien it is fup the Court will order them into his Mjertys according to the power given them by the vagrant His Lorjfliip has adopted as moft Salutary and legal means of clearing the ftrecu of this city of pick and other Friday hill as a gentleman at Edmonton was fTnoting on his gun by fome ac and his fcrvant dead upon the ver ofthfe frprn twandto isfoundercd at Yefterday the lady of his Excellency Baron Walmoden was fafely delivered of a at his houfe in Yeiferday the lady of the Jones was fafely delivered of a fqn at their houfe in Daks4 The William to the vicarage of in the county and diocefe of which he is to hold by Jif with reftories ofBrough ton and in the fame county and worth of per The George to the vicarage of in the county and void by of buildings in the to Mifs niece to winemerchant of the lame coalmerchant at to of theQuakers meetinghoufe in Mr John in the to Mifs daughter John boatbuilder in in to Mifs Ann of the fame WiMram At 6f thescounty of Efq and one of the benchers of the focfety o the Inrier In Hugh lately arrived from Kcnfirigton Jonathan Efq Mifs Anna Maria only daughter of of in beadle of the Fn Hat At in Peter EJqj an Alde and who had feryed mafter ot the RedHonin At his houfe in John vf Mount M A Y u A EaMtQ t oftht City of tiie 14th AKD j y THAT the fum forty forHTrjr and for very ordinary and abavcrhe bquptygranted kj hc by and and not from the ijth to everjfueh Seaman that fhall sntr at the Guiljftall this CJcy inCoih srvicecf liis Friday the 14th At a Cpmmitce carrying into execution the of the 9 bounty ic tnttriisginto hi4 MajeiVjs E S O L V HAT this Committee meet In tnfii JL GHiniilClrsmber at Guidtial every until ths ijth of from eleven the foenoin uvo in the carry the aborve rsfoSutlfVi into WHERfeAS complaint bath rrfadetothe Right the by cf tis inhabitants refining in about numbers of cattle have for feverai Sundnys kill part been drivea into th fjid market dvirina ths time of there arid kepc wiihout for fpace of ortwentyrfix hnuis IuucclTiveiy by of which ufaje bec or what is called areidtnts have frttjucntly to bh rubj flrects ct this His to preiarve are in lijs power the public to prevent the innecefTiry maintain that decency and due ro the Lords to enforce to the relating 10 the f hath ftrlfrjy charged and com manded me to fend foiind in thefaid lefcre thchcur by aQ of pound c chy j And1 iijt may plead clire this public ro be order of his THOMAS City OFFICE oi December Lieutenant General and the of the Principal Officers cf his MajertyS Orrinsnce That they will thsir office Jrt Wett On Friday ths 4th of fo receive frorrt aH perfons vvilling to with FJR and OAK An recount of the quandry wzstecti may bs fcsn HC the office in the Ey crcer of the JOHN BOiDtfCTOi Principal Officers and of Principal Officers and of i his Majertyj Navy give foch pcrA ai are willing to ferve in his llJtf j in the capacity t4ieir from Tlfey fhsrl receive months pay in rtie they fhall h appcinred to before cesd to faa as a tsrther bs 2 mile from hsnCs nors at vvhih tlc ihips they are tt Thofu thar were ht exanlned the lafl r are cleitred to attefid the Proprietors of wife in llie county cf are defirsd to rnffst at the fnn In on Saturday the v tlay of at iT ol the cock in ro lign the ConfemBitt to be laid rrfctu for the the id On luejctay the inffan at four intbt MAC vcill begin his Scarfa AN AT At fatsfthfeirie in nrir SOCIEl A of the Mernbeisof Use fakl Socitry Jwjttbe at thenhoufe iih near Stj on Wedncfday rhVotli four ociLck in the afternoon j for the elwSioa dJSeeK and other fpecia IT if order of ths This fray ware publifciit fix Price 5 S neaiiy WORKS ef DE VOLTAIR Tranfiated from Notes hiiiori and A N K L I K And PrbiUd 1 o and Carnan and N Any odd volume of the above woric may   

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