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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 10, 1771, London, Middlesex L O H r From JANUARY td S A 1 U JANUARY Itanatri Tus rncr Cer from Arrivals at from Stane Cielce from Malaga findJohatfnes from and Tom Coddj from blaTgow from Georelas From frctatlMi Grenada from Barbadoes attii Hamburgh and Off OportoBar from Jlull from Liverpoole Bettiitucaj and A frpm Al Nice Sir Edwaid Hawke has reined his place as Firft of the on account of of gave a great Per fonage notice on that he mould not fit as Affembljr at the approaching A report having ftrongly bmlr cityandat the of the that the ne gociation with Spain was Mer chant waited on Wednesday qpoh Lord to enquire into its authenticity were informed aill remain in an un f jQfa the Swift flop of W was lent wkh difpifches toMinorca and Majefty has rrude the in the foft troop of James Efa too be Firft and to befecord tHat ciifagreeable prncading they took advantage of chat very ojght vjjjjkfi 4id fa muck damagiev aod trf aifioh r conveying their aod chatjirs obt aad facoeetled fo as clear off The la n d 1 afiy h ea rd the m but it to nothing more than the noife occaiioned by the topic notice A man was e fore the for an encroachment on the river Thames at the by ereiling a baifding whenliis Lordfhip ordered him pull if or diatan preferred agajnft Yeflerday a man was feutto the Pouhrfcpttipter by the LordMayor for further Francis and Peter Reeves 16 and Samuel to BeSobBviEadier aad Henry tobe and to be Cornet ami Itlsfaid thatthe of a power from the of have come to a reffilflttonot tls they were at firft offered for their His MajTftys fcip the at of 32 is pot hito and the of Hj of her eivento chargedwith flea ling die out of a in Aldgate church one coffin was brokento the and the body expofedto LaftWednefday night Honeylane market his wife bttfitvg fime blows when he ftruck her with Cuch violence ihat be dieidin a few minutes after he1 was andcsrried to Woodllreetcompter till ntrs Inqueft Ihall fit on the Monday a gentleman of fortune cut his tKrbat This rafli aftion is faidto have beeh by his dibbling in On Tuefday a poor of of Cemp was carried to Thomass hofpital but he Would not faying he had better die at homf a eoach was he was put into ityand died in ten Wednefday as fome men were a offugar from a cart at the corner of the cords the cafe and broke the leg of of Great Carter Tuefday morning an elderly mancarrying a piflare of Lord Cirnden was feized with a fit of and inllanrly expired On Saturday lafl a at who had left his family not more than half an was fotind drowned in the with the upper leather of his fhoe hanging to the edge of the morning the lacly of Efrj j of delivered of a the ladyaf Colanet AflHOTV fafely delivered of a at his lioufe itreetj May fame biit for the coiijvenience of as lived in ttis oyt of tfea Court of Chancery wasliddst purfuant to public thecreditrtn to piove dtbts unrlcr fach com fevernf of credkors have not paid tcr are there fore hereby required to Take xlnlefs they halt properly prove trie farie faid at his chambers in Samuel of in the counfy erf Mafters Extraordinary of of ofbefore fome other of the fin or hVfore the day of February jhey benefit 6f a decree raald for pSfirvg the of faid Sir John Fytch HK SALEbf neat alied FANHAMs is To SO L to a Decree and fubfequent Orders of his jeftys Court of Dutchy Chamber of before William Clprk of the ftd at the On of between the hbirrs of five and fix rn tiie TH E RIA L ES TATE S LE G H M Bfq in in county of Lot All that large and commodious Manfionhpufe cnhcd containing no feet in front and feet in ftaSies for 30 coachboa and filheries with the plantations dercefne larvds held contain ing upwards 63 acres with rtins cottages Lot A genteel modernlMijlt Houfe called thrift ftorits having four on a with a fbhrfe for atwi aAd up wards of Jo acres Lot Hojfc and wjrh and acres of ealied Lot A Farrfi Called Dock a gocc furmhonfe witha upward of za acts 6f All thf abovelanr are rated at the MARRlED At near the DeafoTvVicat tf the eight yarns to the nd the premidss He aU eight fens farfp fituare from anc 17 mics from Liverpoole four froni Pgrthterpatttculars may be had at the faiH of vviHfhew tie hergiven to byway of free is ordered be made at Paris from the ftate ofvvhich that of John F The RcvJWiiliam R Reflor of in the VVeltriding oi Yorlc which faid to he worth upwards bf In the gift of the Marqais of withies ftfburbsand will pay Ac ttacknef for die annual fum of livres A few days agoan at and tppnfos under but had retired iS houfe in houfein a Frpjich agerJ D O K 5E To Be D ty A U C T 10 difpofed of before of public Tvouc3 vjiH be rtn On ths day of hstwetfn the trouts of two and the ihc RedLion Inn in rford and the parithw ot Morten ami lneld by 99 de itlivee coed lives of two chvelling one ofwhich isa very good farinlioufff con ioo ofcecxl Lay wot y the Late of Kinds by and and fold Pauls Churchward r t lateltf at a vaft vyitli anj th own and jtndaU that eictenfive heaih Goar part of in order to fill up a cerwn he in trf ithe vtiih whom potiuk the George of we fscottd regiment of on a recruiting very fliort It i laid fhan twenty guard officers ordered toe teadiaefs for A iilerafytdrrcfpondcnce has been carrying on paft the Emptefs of Ruffia Mvde whenceleveraLpolitical jnanceuvreJof that gTcitJfriocefs are Yefterday1 ihe newmarried Lady of Sir flfiatfecote was introducedby fheCounteCs of gWeKear1 on TTueQay lafi at a Court of the LordMavorianiious for the relief of ind Hayingbeen forfome time paft thediftgrf table neccfTny of raifing theprice propofed ao importation of Xvheat and from and io the coafirkration of that Court to iofe no ticbe Aldewnan is JfclestW from Salop tltar the viliage of has been overflowed by the Setferrfr that the been obliged to and numbers of Iheep Tte3ateCotrntef ofSheJburne has Turn ef money tobeJiftriouted among a number of poor Swallow of the he ten fince by afall from feis hofTe Blackmorej publican aridliyery c R o s c M A y 8 A CommsnCouncil huldtn ia tlie lihanrber of the of thCiiy vf on Fridjy the day of the fum of fcrty for every ble anj twency fhiiliags for ovsr and above bounty by his ftcgiven by and ckiring the pleifuie fhis and not ens month trom the 10 every fucb the by order f i jllr went to the was fo frozen Old xr IVWi cfiuld pot who reniedf t their foize m carder t fliall enter at the of this City ifrte the Friday the 141 At i Comrnittec carry iato the of the fargiving a bounty to enuring into his Majeilys H A T this Committee will meet in iV CcxuncilChimbct at GuildUiM every and the I5thot January in thejbftnoon in the to tirry the refoiution M ELSEs COURSE of ANATOMICAL LECTURES WiJl at tbc of Thotnass on Monday the zift 12 J I To be peremptorily Iurfutint to a decree of tiie High Court of before Peter Efq one of the Mailers of the aid at histhambers in on Monday the mh day of February between the hours of five and in the SuUeft to two on of during lie jltfe of the Right Lidy Dowager Chsci tlieage of 77 years and upwards and the other of rduring the life of the Janits oT age of years and tfpvvards THE STOWELt and HAMP in the county together with njantiorsjiOufe ofitowcltj and feveral farmj and pieces fo from lariti thereunto ofthe value iir the whole of 91 or eftatc of the Right Lord from CircrceKer f oni is a good biickkiln tbe and erjids an right digging ch Goar A large fituatain North the oc fDfepi Brlxey liilfl alfo for 99 iWe ontjivee good livesj confiiiipg ol 4 on tht eardcn anj n jood under it alfo a ancj 1 liacV may bf a flValthotfe or both are very fora malrter or or pcrAn in branch 01 tMrle wherein roomis For further p irtkiii irs inquire of at Wimborne cf bf will ftrew jhe at Slicrforo ind VVeffHitcivffn err of and who1 will te in War h In TVO ice i CONTR AS f TORY of Kils WELLDON A1 T This The SECOND qf IS on tie of PKAtEK s t S O of tfte foft in in thai may tft V of f of tJh art to beginning of tfe Intuited r ISob and Where may lately The Modern a 2 5 vohv TheHiftory of Lavina a f 5 4r The a z Hiftory of tie grcatPlague in in thifUttj were pubiribed Price IK DJSSERTATIONES infublicis Seholis Cantabriiae L Praxi MJdJcina non apprime necclTarla Scisntia Factuum Deformliates non oiJuntur ab Ouibus Ftoriicgiom Mtdicum five ex Hip pocrate cam Notis quibvifdain a3diti et A Proliant apud Merrill et Canfabriuia R et JTAw Day nuns pubjjjhedi I 6 and moA bcok o the excan ENTH The T OB Being a the Eeing a of tillmoft excellent Bon and molt Ibort in the Epjjiifh many of from the moutii of the facetious name To vyhich areadded cboice coBeftions of Moral and of die rnffft pointed valuable Fp in the tongue of the authors fucb as arie Moil Iwimbiy tJte Choice Spirits if the fMnied for PaternpfterroW t Pauls Criufcii all je and This Day ivti fftblifhtd And fold by Richardfon and If and In Two in or Lluftrated with a lafje and accurate Map of America and die ORY of the BRfTfSH EMPIRE in Containing ah andcommercialview uf the Engliift fcitlementsj including ail the cduntucSi in arti at the jPejeeof By W H his Day tuas Neatly in a price By LADY H N I I N GT The tormer of this latter have awayS bad my manual fo lonff a time parTod its fir ft and of which have been dnpctfed iira its trouble to I may now be difpenfed with To the of any copies pf it rny Pub will hereafter add his iniactti to every c Printed for Cfiaririjcrefs fold by thcPoultry and in Whereiiiay be by Aethor the ith on HiiVcrjot in price fewed hext Monti jy Hrc f wirh the engravings A like of a of the Sinpsr and an admirable the Grand the SECOND j VOLUME of the TOWN and Hiflories of the Teie Memoirs of Simony Scrupie and the Subtle Tbe dandeilina The liftThionaWe One hour alter With a greut number erf other criminal pieces Print ejl near Johns Gate and fold by and Patsrnoilerrow and thr O xvcm may le or any 3 J tc 90 and 300 and This Day Price biuxdt of THE BANKERS SURE GUIDE Monied Mans TiMes of at 2 a 5 prr fr orij to a Sundry the ef annuisiiS rer and rn n on the inif with niicb to find the value of oi joint of zt iil ths moil and inteiiieibit To 12 by inrrociufi a nevy tian af the fevevil ptiii ci tlf A fableof eemraiiljon j tn Hy is i for row ihafhaj a per csuitv in Paternofter and by rlig farrTe ciator Totzzn j ail of price d Biiiannicns ThjrTra aii the vAVTJus cift up The iJ onl Vor U S B Day Dedkarcd bypsrrhuTioi to Lori intlrely By JOHN in ds which have tiie Vrithtwo fpsllim aiW lelsdt in Engiiili and The i of the Fecih with therules J bound j da entertauiinj and tnllrufilve rsnSireti into 4 Neatly engraved e French alpfigbMicalfy fi gures an fh ih entirely and esfy StudtntY Vact of French fiewme atfiglvrthtir ferent oWieiin a affirmatively pr and1 wkhovit fur 1 fir T a r V
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