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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 12, 1771, London, Middlesex                                MA f L 0 N From SAT U JANUARY Fnmiki LONDON Charles the Right King been to appoint tjhe John Ear of Sandwich in the roora of the Right Kriight who has John the Henry Ytfcpxjnt Pafmerfton of of the iingdom of commonly called Vttcaoht Liibarnf of the and tCbmmiffidnets Jbr execoting of Lord High Admiral of Great JMtain and IfetstuJv and the arid territories there unto refpeakdj Tn tW Bwmory there never was fach weather as have had hereoflate nothing but continual rains and high fa that the is under j6th Richard Fleming to be vice by Sloane Lavie to be by nth to be vice by Henry Benjamin to vice by I ft haVtalfonof the id regiment of Francis half to be vice who battalion of the ift Lieutenant Archibald from half to be Lieute William to be vice by llttroop of horfe zd Lieutenant and James Role to be ift Lieute nant and vice by and Major James DAuvergne to be zd Lieutenant and vice by Guidon and Major Charles Lanoe to be vice by pur Peter Ryyes HawTcer to be Giftden and we by pur Brfga3ier and tfomettant Pranckltfin ftoll to be Exempt rice by SubBrigadier and Cornet Henry Read to be Brigadier and vice by Enfign Samuel of the I7th to be and vice s Since cur loft arrived from commtnd of the fecond is now by the volun tary of Pahln wid General in Chief Prince The former for it after the of and the latter fame time Her Imperial Majefty not judging it right torefufe their reqoefts were com plied witk on the i We hear by letters from Con that the Grand Sjgnior will not lifteh io any propofals of and that his Highnefs has refolded to put himfclf at the head of men next to chace the Ruffians from all thfe ebnqaeftj they have in his Louis Casfar le Dake Minifter of Governor of here the S H I F E W Wind his Majeftys fcrpi Juno and PaiTed by the Shot from Michaels from South Carolina j and from Arrivals at the following Forts Cadiz from Hull Two from Oablin Felld Murphy and from Viijinia from the and from Niples from L ON D O Yeflerdayforne difpatches arrived town from his Excellency John Efq his Majeftys at We the Worfliipful Company of Weavers intend to appobu a Committee of twelve out of their body to Court at on Friday Majeftys having had fillcs and vdvets byhg thieir determinition to agiinll all Td immediacy ta for the is tr m veffd was Sherwa loaded Onchenit Wrecked on m w tfcat and his crew were fa 41 of whom ham loft tkeir Jives by were en at Jrfew gal in Brides the diration rf letters it was bound to it is the veffel ia alfthe cfew QB Satqrday a prefsgang went through the city beating upon Tent for the officer laft the following gentlemen were chofeu Menjbers of the Society of Antiquaries j the Thomas late ProfefTor of Poetry in the of Pxford the John Glen Chaplain to the Society of Britifh Merchants Peterfburgh John of Jofeph Efjj RiehardJohn of Kiuxtingley in Ponte frairi Efq John Fellow of and eharirs of Extra3 of a letter from About eleveli oclock la ft night 1 difcovercd a comet Us place in the heavens at that time was 20 degrees from 11 degrees 30 minutes from Cor and 18 degrees 15 minutes from the planet nearly on the It ap peared owing probably to its great diftance from us at prefect yet the nucleus feemed very funounded with a confiderable which extending towards the formed a tail of five or fix degrees apparent length A right line drawn from the in the fame direc tian as the would pafs two or three degrees to the eaftward of This comet jiosv rifes at a quarter after feven in tha and fets about he fame hour in he and probably in a few days will he much On Friday laft the lady of John was fafely delivered of a fon and at his houfe in MARRIED J At near the Francis to Mils only daughter of John William of to Mifs Jane of Great Spital At her houfe in New relid of Sir John At his houfe in At her a widow aged At in brother to Sir John of and late Commander of the Hyde carcafe butcher in At his houfe near George in attorney and in Matthew of the parifh of dealer and to furrender the at five in the and i6th of at four in the and 23d of at five in the in John of linncn to furrender the igth at eleven in the fore and jift an8 23d of at ten iothe at WooWe Dove James of Old in the parifh of George in the and to furrender the and a6th and 2jd of at four in the at Joseph of Thomas to furrender the aid and z6th and 23d of at fourin the nt John ti e of in the purifh of Martin in the andfteel to furrender the 2id z6ti and 13d of at four in the Jacob hte tf in the city of dealer and to furrender thei 6th and 2id at len in the and 2 d uf at five in the at Thomas Le in Caanon William of in the liberty of to furrenuer the i6th and aSth and 23d of at five in the after at in Crutched formerly fecond mate of the fhip Robert in the fervice of the tbe Eait India and late of York inthc tu furreader theizd at four in the the th at ten in the and of at four in the at Gwat in Days appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts Ejlates to of the i6th at fix in the at John late of Philadelphia in prifoaer in the Kings Bench in the gth of at four in the at William late of of the izth of f at ten the the BufhUvprn Saipuel late of the city of ctea in the afc the in Thomas in the eoajvty ef South ah3 the of at ten atihe of within the of r M the at loitdoo Bethrtal cKrr cfl or bclbre the ad of Fe of the pnjfli dealer ind on or before the Samuel late of in the parifh of Clement oaortefore the ad 6f LONfON AVERAGE rf C From to December By the Standard W i N C M E s T 4ft BuAel Eight 4 fo C O U NT I E S 2 WorcefteTj Warwick s s 5 4 4 4 S 6 6 4 o O 7 6 9 4 7 I 7 8 S 2 5 6 5 o 6 3 5 JI 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 5 4 4 3 9 I 1 9 t 9 2 f t S 9 2 3 3 3 of C 0 U N 4 TIES upon 4 M 3 4 3 3 3 3 z 3 3 2 1 1 2 8 2 9 the C 2 8 I Durham 4 6 2 o 3 4 it H 6 S 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 W 5 S 4 3 2 a ri 4 4 4 o 2 t 3 3 2 Z 2 3 2 3 2 8 2 Id a 2 z 8 a 6 4 9 1 io 3 S o 2 3 2 5 2 O 2 I I II 3 o M 5 2 7 I1 9 o 16 II A o ii 9 10 II 10 9 8 10 Ci I 4 7 4 4 9 o o o 2 3 3 i 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 3 3 3 a 3 I S 2 3 3 4 8 5 o 9 4 3 9 5 9 4 ii 7 8 i 7 ii 2 8 8 6 6 i io 3 5 4 io inawu he opening ths faid tiife OB Monday the ifch ckydf 1771 by which tune houle will be newly imd con veniently fittW up for the recej tion of young whomay be qualifier either for public for or for Want hopes thofe ffentleJDeri afld ladres children were care of late Mater of the will eimfcue thtir to him as fhaji be taken be which the and Corporation of liarc unahitfiourfy thought drdper tcr zr ppfe in 3 3 3 2 2 II 3 A A G 4 T 7 o i 12 10 I 10 14 S 3 26 North Wales OEKERAL 5 z I 3 per Quarter 41 4 50 Returns frem thence not Pnblifhed by Authority of WILLIAM ANNUITIES on THE Truflees appointed by virtue of an aft of for improving tttf uf the j RiVER from the town of Hertford to the river I do hereby give That they intend to raife certain fanv of upon tlic credit ef ths dutusfettled by the aft of by of anrifiiHes on on the following To perfons untierthi of 50 at 14 years purchafe j topeifcns c and nder the age of 60 at i years to of the age of 60 and Ariy io rchafe any fecured as i at MeiJ in joja the Clerk to the faid at Hertford where proper books will be kept for the ahove The laid annuities are to commence from the time of paying the and he payable according to the directions of ths aft of No annuities lefs than ror more than to be granted upon any one CLrk to the WHEREAS Public Notice was given in the London to fuch of the Creditors of Sir JOHN FYTCH late of in the county of as had not proved their to go before Samuel Efq one of the Mafters of the high Court of and prove tin fame j but for die convenience of fuch of the creditors as lived in the a of the Court of Chancery was heldat to public for the creditors to prove their debts under fuch com miffion notwithftanding feveral of the creditors net paid any reearct to fuch notices They art there fore hereby required to take that unlels they mail properly prove the fame the faid Samuel at his chambers in or before Samuel KiWerbee of in the county of Suffolk oge of th Mafters Extraordinary of the Court of or before fome other Malter of the farse on or before the rath day of February they will be excluded the benefit of a decree maoc for paying of thefaid John Fyrch To be peremptorily to a decree of the High Court of before Teter Efq one of the Mailers of the faid at his chambersin Chancery on Monday the nth day of February between the of five ami in the Sijibjecl to two annuities one of during the of the Right Dorothy Lad Dowager Ched of the age of years and upwards the other of during thelife of the Jamts of the of 40 years and upwards MANOR of STOWELL and HAMP in the county of together with the mannonhoufe of and fisveral farms and pieces of thereunto of tlje yearly value in the of or thereabouts latettje eflate of the Right jfolin Lord deteaietf j and fit owe within abcut nme mitet io from Stew OB the la rodes from near the fame diftance from and about twofljiies ftojn all of the kt4 eftate auflx hatf itt the C H EE M 3 C A R D 3 On a rpHESE ufeful MESSAQE CARDS are mented with elegant of diffefent and Allowed to be more gadteel tad handlfcme than the old Tort 6n t The Manufaaurer hopes the ejuojiratfsrnem of the be has not them by many new and elegant but caniiow afford than as as any other fort of ornamented menage Sold by Stationers io town and country And may be had wbolefale of St Pauls Churchyard and of the Manufacturer No A t Thii Day was Prkt The SECOND EDITION of AN ATTEMPT to iiloftrate the USEFUL NESS of DECIMAL in the of working fnterminate To 13 now added an appendix By WILLIAM ETq Printed for tbe of in ths The appendix may be had price This Day was And fold by Richardfon and 01 RoyaL and In Two in Boards cr Illuftrated with a large accurate Map of America and the WeftIodjes A GENERAL HISTORY of the BRITISH EMPIRE in Conrarning an hiflorical and commercial view of the Engiith incruding alLtlie countries in NorthAmtrka and tbi at the Peaoe By AV Y N N Tbii Day were Price z i DIS5ERTATIONES inPublics Scholis Cantabrigise Praxi Medicinz non eft apprimp FsEWum Deformirates non qnuntur ImaginatLns five Excerpta Kio cJin Ncya Latiea Notis quibufHjim ajditis et emendationifeus propofitis A THOMA Cmtab Proftant apud Menill et Cnntsbtitrise et Somion j Civets In Two Price THE CONTRAST The HISTORY of Mils WELLDON and iVlifs A NOVEL Printed for and in and Martin i Where may bs lately The Motbrn a i The Undutifcil a 3 The Hiftory of a a vole 5 The a 2 The Hiftory of the great Plague in ia This Day was A NEW m Seven adorned whh a the Price r HISTORY of Sir CHARLES GRAN JL In a foiesof By SAMUEL Printed for and F Richardfon and Robinfon and and Of whom by the fame Author The Hiilory of a new edition in S price z Pameia yji cue Rewarded 4 i a Day ivas Price io in Handfomdy printed in Two with Copper plates The THIRD and enlarged of THE FARMERS tothe of Containing the femiments ofa practical hufbnndinan en various fubjeai of great im To which are Syka j Occafionel trnili on htiibandry and rural Printed for jW Paalj Churchyardj and Strand at Salisbury and at The volumewSfTje fold to com plete gentlemens On the ift of February by tjie fame A Six Months Tour to the the feccnd whh i fbii Day was Price i cr 6 ANEW and Contairinj a coucife and afphabecical accountof tha moft rem rkabje Events recorded in ex tracltd from themolt celebrated Claflical Alo the Liives and cf the moft llfuflticftis among the apd oiher nations j comafchend ing Heathea CelebraiedLadieiJ in fhiort ail who havefi4 themfclves by their or aj CarJcufaied for the Ufe of gad fey men and Ladies who not having had happipifiof ClilOcal are defirous of acquainted the Heatjhw and the moft   

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