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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 3, 1771, London, Middlesex s S VJ H rC ja Jfyeglfj oyipjji the iijth H4p vt HI tneflb and LaNTfey from t to farther df of or warlike John n the portvof 40 frotn to foundered at fea t V1 lately ilijven afhorp nearBel donvn was never fttfofi ft nor ingeneral foqn litQrt are iaveeal girli were ffc much aut by the1 are foe fftr Lantifiefoifarrd LttAtfyHed in theirery j Cardiff tboifgKJaifed as coovexas Sjoforjt fiwwed iflceSantly three months SouthWales their aseeTVots of e to afoertain the at tKebrkJgeat fiver owing to the heavy rains in the are informed that the paragraph in oar acerjajji who was there faiid tb have a beating from a gentleman of the its nfefrom fad A few nights fiance Count was in company with or more gentleincn toot occafian refleflLrons theatricaj performers That were beneath the notice of thjit it was a ftamo to be feen in I heircom pany a many nvort remarksthatare in of the ignorint and the who fee not that fuch fpeaches rtcoil only thetnfelves having gone his the refented the affront a proper a kind of fcuffle in and the Count were boh brujfed but being the former waited ihe latter next and demanded the of a which theCoxmtis fjid to have declaring if the of the1 Theatre who accom would his behaviour the prece ding nigftr was he would be one of the applied toenlarged UK CoiWhail Rjtsopvza 01 the City o ay of Te Mem I fart for ipver sjid abfeiw arxiduiffng exKieding One from l6e Sfeanian thit hftll at Guitilhzfi of this into femctof ius fiidijr ftRe i4thof i intp extension of the g padF ttfji JBftie i R Z E f n until the of vftfiih the focnooii until tw ia wtry above refolufon ion of his filip 50 received orders CO proceed 10 fea with full A arrived this weei from Parij fliit r8ioco troops are now quartered within fix hdlife aiarch of that Extraft of Letter ffoin We have fotne hopes tfeat the difgrace 3c will not be of long duration i conftderable bets laid on this We hive already had an example of the in the dyArgenTons under this He hath commencement of dUgtttes between d trfcUoei to and to about a beea penttoned to the not having been him the chief and fole they him to the Vs the author and lujsport of the Majefty if the Members of thofe and advice tofuppprt their rights aad If thatopiriion his as Be we hope that wili not refufe tq heaiken to can triumph AS complaint hath been roacfe to the Right the LordMaycfj by many of the its refilling in and nurftfefers fbr fevera Sundays the laid fnarket duringthe of and and Srtd Kept forthe of or liauji by ffltfWof vjhJcn or what is 1 accidents fiave fretjarntly happenedto tiij fubjeftj jaiTinj the ftreets of tbit iHJs to preftrye as much as in his the pubijo pjtvertt tlitf of uspeceffafy tantaintaln that decency and doc to the Lords obediunc ro chs laws to difasyteable a nufance to hath arid tom manded me fend ail found in the faid market hour bji of to tlTC Greenyard cr common pound ottais andthat no inay plaad to be given tens to tho aje of at IQ years Any pedofeincRned i and 35 at in oidi R tire Cierjt 3 whae books wU be Sept Jor ihi are ine time of and l4 of the laid No arinviflios lefs tfem loL BM more to gtauted apon any R T and CfTmrnifficrners of his Tfcat jperlf ps are willing to in fhips in the of upon at liave fetters their being examined Surgeonshall if found te Immediately jemgloyed accocdtfig is fhali t from They fhall receive two months pay ia they hail be afjoiihTtd fahrfhouife ftanding in a iirnarfch jioil upon j 774 j arid the and itatli fince Choifcol s dif courier Cent to the AmbafTadors of pawers the dispatches from foreign s are Kceived and Opened here by the m the refpefiivt ana by them perfba fo that he remains to this JayKing Prime If no courier to three a thither to carry the recall of de The AmbafTadors comes altnoft frefh and rrwirsuriMSafuig of iron From pit whch fobie eminent gentlemen Tome time fince obtained letters tor bey6nd e Above HertiDg for to Sweden for Swcdifti iivwnriofrwaffpatftjfed in BfTTetTer Iroii ty Spencer frofii la jim s road Oi tilaii of War and told the Captain an bargo all that he ftif tmt o c when the Count Oh if you fay Jifua Id gp fifty to the Jotttlf mtts Lali nrgk a who called himfelf a raid Aide a dilitrbance in Coventgarden Theatre during fwearjag ex tremely and pufhing luftily to fee the King he was taken Co ir John where he behaved very teil nis he endeavonred to make hjs efcapej W4 and committed to 3rldewelK t Whilft Fergufoni knocking off in the on Tlmrfday morniag he tearsj aad faid the unhappy happened day declared he had no of He very tre catne ro nruchaffcfted as tp obliged to be two men fill turned lie 26 years of After hanging his body wasput in chains in thf flear Wednefday night Martin MGuire and jamtjs Jsckfon were to Newganvby Saandcrs Efqj for open the of William theCock die hcmfe in anddealing a copper a iwo copper pot copper Yefterday a maa was fejrt to Wood Ireet cohjpter for bcmg with for 6f which vhe had iW goods to a in We hear that a than was gaol a few far fhaa Top of Steward of an feems the baH entered his and eacfte Co It is the woun4 is not was perpetrated on acxrpant of the youth having foVmed the crimiaal for Wednesday the tradeftnan ifi who had lajn bw thiab fetiee of her jumgipd ftairs She was taicn cipired in a few the lady if brother to bis Grace fafdy ielivere9 a at Stantiope a mile travel from hence to the pctjtsat which the fhips they are appointed to Thofe wee not examined theiaft are dcprsd ro atfcnti the Clemsnt of the JL anci ttifc autliojized tu papered for inctxexecotidh act 6t a for the ufe and eiTVjjloy of the paoij hacby It Thomas of Shoe or Jofeph of Clernents Church of the Lid heore of February from fuch ptrfons ai are 10 for tlicir own livei of other perfohor under faid which annfitieS vviil he Head who Prirfaant decreeof the High Cdort of b Peter1 one of theMakers of atbis cfefcrnbers on the crew 4ook their own which tieitenant fifed lodged a ballili of me wTiich occaSjaed him 6 be left at SoKjeft to two annuities one of 3 during lie life of Right Dorothy Latlv Glied of the of years and arid the other during thelife of the Jamts of age of 49 years and upwards j THE MANOR of in the county of the mamionhonfe of and and of land thereunto of yesfy vafue whole 91 L L or thireab6atj the eftdie of the John dcseafcd and fiuiate abjut nine miles from jo froai the 2 miies tha from Ctieitenharfi and tjonrx all eood offJie fjiid eAace niaj be had at thefaid inthe en bayrfay the iiiesfire TO he payable The popofatsnnifl contain anclother defcriptionsof the for vynofe the faid annuities are to be and to be ied wrrh of the refpeciive To be S O L D by A U C T 1 O Y Inn io m the eounry of day cf January the hours of ii and MANQR of BJYELHAM lying in eJic of aiKl the faid cxnjnfyj the quitrents and whtreot to ahout 04 land holden of the fji4 opanor araoUnti to upon tils greatsil fehitri there U a conrlderaiik Quantity of the holden of the faid manor amount to ihe fttuated for the prefervatioa 6 the faid fituate 180 acres of arid paftufe e ope ihd other neceilary in iri and how irv the renure or occupation of Joftpb ttriaiit at will oldj of pe one Iron called vrithtfie fixed Efj to of 9 v AnthBns fung on Price ty fo vev of tht W hoofiofjtwo and1 fob irfthe attcrrnjony the fiwaft gherford in the parishes of in heid for 97year terniinnbie en tiiree j cflouftinerof two d ve Jinf a goodfaiTihouYe with three boacrs of gsoe rgsj suidl if a vad vyith a trees a quantify of forze provable and ill that exienfie Goar containing Soc ptrf of Wliich and may be greatly is a gaoi buk on thi insan cxduvij righc of Shcrford is conveniently for aad Lot large ths wththc Jate cupitjcaof JiclS alftf JftaSs 1or deiceminaSls a Urge jarje farten ytfi backfire wklra it a fuel apri and ievfuv I incw a and art vtry another oi
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