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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 5, 1771, London, Middlesex tJ Piice m Yrom A to T Q A TV r 1 7 7 r X i n he J tne Southern difffilt of North if gitben com pa n y are barracks are ling at Rli4i fell mtb S C O li N Wednefday was return his in ntigh ta 40 fathonas by h accident loft life a thsg ill this week the iiis been mope violent at cenock and PoXGlalgow than ever was knosVB in the urgent of Jaft and a great her of good feamen Were O 0 K Y N E W ortfmombt back to Spithead the man Jaf one tjf the ffifijfs that to tt is faid that flie has received jsroch gate erf frjefday was read in foil a Tetter of 4wrnks to the King of fop his book lately pretented to this 5erman and very containing a defcription of with and exquifitetyvcoloured rt i V N w Wind Came and re main tfce mips as the Seahorfe and York Eaft for the EsftIndits StJ for Mwrififrat 5 for Barbadoos Wijliam and and Bar of for Portf jnouth and for Aruridelt Arrived and failed for the witq the two the from Malaga fvftfn XJenia from from Wind Remain his Ma jeftys flybs an4 with the Sajif and York and fhips as be the for Arrived for trom Alkaat j and Palled br the B lack burB2 from Rija j and Mac Arrivals at the fpllQwinu from Viana from gCarripVere from Firth of Leifh from Malasra from Riga and from O N D O Lord Chief Wilmot has iflced leave to Lofd CoasroriTioner Bathurft will be ia a very fliort Lord Keeper of the Chief Juftice of will be ifed ajjuifne in the Court of Common in thefobm And DeGfreyvwH bfe appointed Chief Judice 1 of xhe iiurrof Cotnfaon Many peoprtf that fliould have Qf and accept of that of Lord Chief jttttice of Court bfCoinmon confiderinf the great difference in the icn portaflct and profit of ihe two places but their wonder will eafily when they confider that the latter a place for and the other only Yeiterday his Excellency Count BrjhU Minifter frora the fet out from his hcmfe ia for tha x Vefterdly a lady of who lately arri Vcd here iroia thfi Court of was in troduccd to fheir Majefties at We Graces the Duke and Duchefs of of imporcing any fitiery from France agamft the enfuiog have w very rich of the manu of We hear the Nobility and Gentry of the eoiSnty are formktg a siftciety for nipf efpecially iTuci as are molt wantjng in that nwjl refpedableehAraderi of iq this laudable afteroopn the Lord rtijc at his houfe in Is faid that ajady of who of late the fubjtftof with written to her that ij he will comply with wrtain to proceedings la her fuit of recrimi under fail fheywrue that the ftock ol ap was town of at the foot of he Appehinc IJtly aHrtrted the itihabi was fuc in die Trmce and fSbte ty the pojiciei of infurance eppnednjt at io and fbnse our fjp has on board a valoed at ingle prlndtive iaprder to be raanaCaAured bera our ingenious fqr t4p urfe of ndian Nabbb MJ this time entertain of the abilities of the this Saturday nigbt a grefsgang intot honfe in on an infctfraatian that twelve feamen were in the ongoing up to tht room they the men flood on their but the in order to rm prefj BpiwithZfarKling iliey gave them prppec and ftotoff Lieute nants arni after which they made their efcepes over the back part cf the Saturday morning every man the ing were by the gangs on the river below and board the Friday the Right the LordMayor made a molt ufeful regulation upon the Cornmarket in by order of his took an exaft account of the quancicies of wheat the different prices and the purchafeis This regiilcr was in the moll confpicuotis part of the to tiie great pleafureof the but great of tiie whowere fo incenfed that they abufed and infused the obliterated their and even attempted to tear down the It is hoped however the galied horfes msywinch that hi tordfhip will in as it wilt be the means of preventing and of discovering the graders of this which ia juftiy termed the The ofEllingharn 5rY Nor is by the Directors of the Eafl India Chaplain to theEnglifk ettle ment at It been reprefented to the night between the zzd and zjdof la ft hisMajeltys warehoufc at the jSonof in thecounty of wis fdoni aftj ehtered by pwfons and nJne Caflcsof brandy were carried off his e for in r Jfr fowndrly Efqj i at of too en e N e w Ri ve r af 70 earner for Windibrcaffld wiih tfiider iws Majeftys Board GJ Richard Raman of and the deleft member of Re tiw wfo 9 verrior and Chrifts Hofpi and Juiliceof the Bridgedyard in theBorough of Common worth icol per Fran tht AVERAGE PRICES if C 0 R from December to By the Staniafd W j K c s T r R of Eight 4 6 j 3 6 i 7 J COUNTIES 5 o a tevyard of by the n accornplice on dilcovery of the reft of of Saturday a mader of a hip was brought before the Right the charged by the father ot his apprentice with felling the faici ap prentice as aflsve to a ropemaker at In the coorfe of the his being Governor of tha London reco ledled that the mailer had applied for feveral ap and had but aiTured him thahe mould rvever haveany His Lordfhip ijnder a of difchargihg for father produced a letter written by his a Pack far he could not procure apen informing hinrof the above tranf hight the houfe in was and rtbbed of goods On two whoi have for time fungballads committed to Bridewell by theLordMayor to labour for one months and his Lordfhip has given orders to his officers to take they ing in the like and before him or fome other that theyiriay fee dcat wich accordrng to he determined to cear theflreetsof as they gHhrVrowlds of pecVpe aboat dereJ by On Siturday morninga cooks hop in vvhich burnt xhroAiglj t6 the adjoining both of them greatly damaged On Saturday a man of genteel appearance ped djwnih a fit of apoplexy in and inftandy r On Saturday mornirtg apoor wbnrtan was fqund in an alley near fuppofed tgfhavc periflied and Richard Rinj Efqs to be Captain of a company the 3jd bf Foot and Juhn Efq tobe in the faid refimewt in JofepH Stmpfon Efq of tten to Mifs Ann Clax of Wei beckItreet At where fhe jvent the diy tbeRiglrt Larly of the jpefent Ladyftiip was daugh ter bf John Earl of add was carried jd of At liit hooie p Ivf Johij fa11 at the it the confer of Qreekffreetf wife of fiftj o fat of thtf nd in David HBREAS it has reprefented urre the a3d of laA rnooUjjbis Majeftys usrehcutfs it thjs fort in the of CornNValJ by perjsps ufcknowp and nine Vrf brand y off tfte Winging to SM is bereby pleaded preinife his miMt gracious ip snyerte of jvho ftiall difcover or their arcofnpKce of fo thai or may bt R OCHE OR afufcher enccHi the Coirirniffioncrs of his tviajeftys Ciiftoms iiv hereby prpinile a reward of FIFTY BOCNbS to the perfon malting rw he paid the Reetivei of his MajeVv upon the of any one or more 01 the A li M A in ofthe tfuiWhall of the City of the day 6f B15OLVEB AMP C the fum of forty i twenty ftillingi for every ordiriiryT over and above be during thft of tliis ancPnti Exceeding frwn the inrfantj te every fucK Seaman Diall enter at thtfGujldrizll of this City inro th2 fervise of his M jcftys Friday t4ie of At a ComroitKc carrying re futation ihe J dn giving A bounty to Sc his of thd SO L V S D HAT this Comfnittes will rtttfet in CouncilChambir ar every and tlie i rih uf Janojry ekvea in te forenoon aiicil two in tiie to carry tie WHEREAS coinpliintJiath hefo ro the Rijht Ly of inhabitants refidihg in about that larf numbers of catiic fcr Surdays lift bten driin the faid market during of diine and there arKl cruelly and kept vvitrjout ford fyr the fpacs of twenty tour by maaiis of wlikh they become or is fital accidtrcts have frtquenrly to hii ivlujeftys pafTmg the flreets yf thii Ki preserve much as in public the sxstcife of to thar aad N c A L 5 rtir 40 per 7 j 2 10 SM2 C O L A f Kiturns fratn tuuliteu by Authority of WILLIAM A Jpfeph of in and toyman to furrenjcr the run and igth in the an jfirhof at fjur n the at KortfialJ oi chcefemoU r ger j tu furrcnder the loth and l6th ot re in afternoon at Lun Henry sf pmilterer to farren3crche 2th and irrh at in the f nd at in the at in iaie or Lon j furrcnder the Stn at ten in the fore ths 2jd and iCiu of at lusir in the at in Corbttcijurty SwaK of the pariih of in the county of ftopkceper to fyrrcndrr the loth und igth and 6tli of at ten in the forenoon at in Robert of bluemaker j to furrenderthe loth and igth and l6th of at ten in the forenoon at At jameJMsgnall of in the panfh of and Jarow the of in and jto furrendor tiie and acd i6tk of ia tht the Bull5 in in Days appointed for making the Dividend of BankrupM L Eitatcs to jbhn late of tbd town in d county af the of the joth at tenJn the arthc Tavern iu the faid town and county Of Jainoa ef in ike Lei fcrivenqrj a8th at eleven in at the city of Ccrtifftatis to be allowed John of ikt of George in the trt coalij oa or fajtfort t ce rf ift tke in tht L jty vf j oa tbt due to tne Lords to ro the laws and to fo ciiutereeaMe a to the faid Qritlv uliareccl and irt ro fend in the faid majkit the hour hy ncl cf to the or pour r jirv and that pad hath liiis public potice tc be Bv n ti i RIVE R L NOTICE is hereby ta the Uredirors on the Act ot Paiiianisn ToImpiovlnj tle Kaviijjcio of tie in the cf he paid to them hv tite i6th and ith of January irr between the iisurs of rifirand in thu forenoo on iri the two between the hours of nine arid ekvefi in he noon afict thcyare ta brinthe receipt for the laft pay mtnt made by thm to the Clerk to the A N W U i Tl 2 S Oi L I V THE Tiullces appointed by virtue of an j5l of for the n of fomte of Hertford to the riter they intend to raifj a certain fiijn or tf ihn rate fctrfcfd by the of fdc cf on on icicuing Io a 14 to peiioni the age o 60 3t to pcrfonji ot the at and under pf the aje 12 years p Arvy pcrfori to irchare any fecufcd nc direi to ciit at k to tie istd sviil be r iha proper book and L nJon at Hertford wl ahsve The ainoiiei to S3 No i graiitcrj upon nci from the time cf if nor iiore to br to the P A W C K iv i H S A R R I E R hear h0 Livtry Ked blaze on lus near ri eonvicl ths o rcaODartblfc hoafe atElhe v S T O L CUt of loin and tic ii Ejhfr in i hands a iu ix cr o ririve W h to a the or i THE RICHARD MA of CwHcficioc1 in to inform public in and his been elected the OR he intends operine tlu faid the ufua cr Moncly ihe day ot ijjij by tiine the be aftti con veniei tlf fitted up for the recej tion of young may be qualified public for or for Want that fiofa rcmlemisn and wboft children were under tht care of the late Maftef of the faid fchop will ccnfinve ttuir to him asalJ pofRble c re trial be taken that jufbcc be doae to the unponant the Msyor and Ccfpoiation of Sou tha ripton have unanuftoufly tliouiht propet to re pofs h
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