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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 15, 1771, London, Middlesex n laft there wignffiwat fpeethes to the ftaSRec principal the with very1 rich preferfts to The eruptions and is Irkely to cotStinwe ft the Java iffuesis very high and above one foot in diameter The rwier of runs down the cone of the mountain gjssat rawrj notlds thart five an hour rtttir as this is not more tiuui j3 or tii of h is ftot probable that it witl ihe fertile and inhabited IbauJd The nhe Vd bafc neithtr cafts up makea ooife fo that 6ne will upon the backs of this extraordinary river with the CDtfdf ChC ir leave to bring in a bit ToK thfc finite4 froni hear a pMce calkd Monkey tiear fo the county of to IfUwotth HJ the county of and alfo amfther navigablecut from Uui canal to IngkJh cdmmedianii who went the 0 and played before the King great anifli Court S H IP NEW DE Wind Remain hfa JUDOany CerbuU8r Arrivals at thefollowing AnlHe from Newfoundland Mofe j and Yarmiiwh and from and from from from the Perth from Harnbtutgb John from Lorx don from Newfoundland Yenioe from Bergen Friend iromFalmduth Ann and Piglvtlin From from Am Jfjligins Doyle Eafnes Priocefc waUKr j and Baker frotri and Akerman Grand fon Daw from NapteS PfinceofWfelttj hi tdwn froprthe conTalta Safl when tStSheriffs of the difrcreni wunties of England and who to fervcfor the priced ftEhe office of Secretary of Statehas been offered but thinking to that gftfof ibr the that ha of efpeSrally at this was not nadeifr a day but thai he was ready lo jiecBpc of any imployrasnt that he thought himfelf qualified A orders io prepare for eonndandof 4 engaged a geatlernan as his few any preparatiotft as be hiinfeJfhad received a CODrjtier ttut he did not know whether there would be JHS or that on the folh the letter to the Lffirdi of the wqoefting pjrotecljons for a fufficient 1 able feimen to the veffels with to this ttichor in different parts of the Thames in compliance with the Jo that the LordMayor dfeait ha protect t tor the abovemen ilioned potpefc as think requelt from tbe LordMayor who tranfaft tht Marklaije fifteen them hip Man ionhomeon if rcteived aiai That as cfaeJuiS ifeft and in deed hid was impoflTble Jforhts njeialweighers to obtain a juft retBrn of all aftd and carneftly recdttaendeci thero rW the chat the hours of begin the tnariet beJtrom feven in thf mom in the to con il till Qrifi and no Jonger be rang thofe bufinefs bqt within that The jirefinl alii agreed his that It proper neceflary regii were ahfent fo that theie is S t T I oKlear tfee to the ri wr t anS db repairing tlfc the river Thames From in the County oT w Mortilre in A motion was tien made the of the above be referred to the Canal Committee toisonfider report the widi their the A was that the thanks of the Court bt given to theRight the Lord and thofe Aldermen who hive reftifed to back after moch carried in the It is remark that the faid thetwo patriotic Townfendand oppofed each other with treat in fevcre tefrcclioios on to ihg great credit of po great 005 only whopropoJjfd but allthe o Qorn cojiUibute to the Aidf the A of CommofiCooncil was held Defter 4 when a report frarc mmittfie appointed to 6f navi caoaj atid atreed to aiwi if i o refolved jtod ffrdered that the boeruy given by this city feamen vdUnvta enterrtvg fefvice at Guild which would otherwifehave ended this be orr the fame terms far one month longefj prevented by any fubfequent order of this At the Cttort of Aldermen hdd yefterday there was no retarn from the Oh ac count of the hard very little bufinefs Flour much advanced in Bread raifed half an A pietition to this figned by the Grand Jury of the Citys jurifdiftion in fctcing forth the many inconveniencies and prejudice p inhabitants of the faid from iRe Juftice of appointed by that Court not re filing in the faid prefent vacancy may be fupplied by a was and it was re folved that for the future DO perfoniibuld oe who did not conform to conihmr In the ComrnqnCouncil yefterdaV AtrJer man Wilkes gave hat ay fobri as the prefent ofbufineis was he fhaulJi move that Court c0 ftoring to the fcverii of fhii tientfight of annually theiK Thi Royal Academy inSbmerfethDuft Opened on Monday laft tHeir PTjrftice that theeVtninig a on firors were and among the reft his Highnefs the Duke of Currrberlkridl Letters from Venice that Lord Bate is now at and in a very bad ftate of Orders are given for augmenting Elliots tnd regiments of light with rzomen befides fix ferjeahii arid fix corporals in regiment anrj recruitiag parties are already gone The Calcutta and Yort Eaft Indiamen are failed from for the Eaft Advice is received over theGreenwich Eaft Captain from is arrived at Bombay She left the Vahfutart and Lathfthj well fome before her arrival Tie rprmtte ftrrp in her trdai Beticooleti to China was loft off the coilt of gata By this misfortttng feveral of the were drowned artd five Very rich who had their on board this au entirely The Kitti ii bulged near haring an anchor driwen into her 1 The from broke her and driven cc the itirlings of flie lies in a bad The Lords of the Admiralty have appointed Saxton to die eornnaand of the Flora tnan df a new how fitting out in the rofJni the Phoenix man of which feave a thorough s The command of the Augufta guardfliip at is given tb John James Ayfcough is appointed a maftcr arid commander in and is alfo ap pointed to the command of theSvvin at The Duke of Bedford is in by his grandibn the eWeit fon of the late Marquis of The Marquis oPTaviftocfe married lady daughter of the late he died a Jroni the of March and left three the prefent Lord Lord Marchionefs dieU iq it faid that co the Marquis af before Ther two htmdfed night feui her the Gf made them a prefent of one hundred fpoke fp in their that letter which contained his intelligence at a theatre was building them to jday daring the winter Laft nigbt conrainraljit of fents givep to the young Pnnccfi of in by their High and the dtSerent and towns of the United Provincei ihe total amountof which fs in the nurfery 1870 On Monday evening FreflclicqiJt ftopt near by a fingle arjd robbed pf what money he had This the fecond time1 the above gentleman has it is by tfce fame Monday I ail a young man by NT John FieMing to Tothillfielch being charged with in a coach near Afton on Sunday Yelterday the lady of John Efq was fafely delivered of a fon at his heufe in Argyle A regiment of a r to be Colonel Commandant of the fourth Thomas J atriessnJ Sam act 19 be Charles Jofeph and Abraham w be Peter EMis Thomas Thomas and o 1 fepih Eyrev TO be The to the recloryOf on the prefentatioft of Lord BaihurlV and to perpetual curacy of on the no minaticmdf the both va by The of to ciaugh of Jcfhn of toMifs Amelia Sohofquare Eftj ofBond tqMlft AtnyRechnan of the facie Amelia of a ft V1 tlia i Cprnmittcs fot of the a to ScameQ 7 R ESOt That Committee will eyevy the of from until the to carry into injhe On On the 8th day of MAT the ilth day of JULY nttrt On the i6th day of hexC Tip Cattle nnd Sheep be hewn in the and the Horfcs in the of thofe the s hOuie uir ilia are credjbly that theTate poflejTed of per befides about fereot It is fappqfed tisut theJate Duke of for the lad ten gave pounds yearly fot the relief of befides very large in the 77th year of his David Efq formerly an eminent Well buthad retiredfrom tiufinefs for feveral la Great Blbomi At wife of John emifvent maUter wifcof an eminent primer tn Red lionpafTagej pear In Saksrs bcadie to the Seltert At Efq In the Fleet the Edwards This gentleman had amounting to fer and had been confined1 fear the Court of At who had lately retired with an amf e at his houfe in Fie Efq fn Cork Frarrcis The kdy of WifHam Efqof in North At near the of in At near Edward Efq left greatetl part of his fortune to the Right Thomas From the LONDON GAZETTE of V R U P T Ferdlhande of in fanender the 26th and zd of at fyur in the and z6tk at ia the it MaryHi Benjamin Rickman and of the Borough of in roeal and flour nnicopanners idtradej to furrendertbe adand of Fe at ten in tbrVnoon each at LJfl London Stephen the norough of in j to furrtadir the igth anii i ith and i6ihof at ten in the ibrenuo i each ai the Kings in in Day anointed making the Dividend of a Bankrupts Ertates to now r Jate of inthepaffft of in the packer the at ten in the Lon FINAX tobe al tewed to a of in raffrckant j i orbeforejfy 5th oj NOTICE U to all fiicb e as have any Claim OfDeniatufe on the Bfta Elfaett of JOHN Jate 6f Steafbnl tliat they to an account of their debts to jamw Harryrtwa of the fame one of tbe executot of tfee faid John order tliat rrjay falisfac ton for the And all fucrfperfcns who ftood debteH to the faid JoKn at the lime of aredciired to paythtir debts to rhe ftid on or ot tliwp will be fued forthe fame wirhout further A To be SOLD to the Beft v in therichvaleof in the cavmty abpfit four miles from at Crov and Rolls thurf tito 24th of Jariaary between ti IMoitcompleat antl very improveableFreeKold called AS JON SANOFORD the iiif about being an entire pafi manur vvitliin itfelf of the manor of tte perpetual aftd right of presentation of the faid and of feveral farms and heredi taments let at arnounrlog togeth to or explafive of the faid advoMffon fubjsft only to a ieeyfsriyi jent of niay he had of LincolAsinn j a fHsp of thtf cftaie ijrd be A1 At abaut difiant market from 9sao APPRENTICE to a APOTHECARY one Whp be moft will be taken of hh morais and oppsfitf Georges in Borough wili be properly atijBidfid to j where further TurTijanTfd a befbra Peier Efq one ert the Mafters of flw faid at his chambsrs in the irtli February hours of five and iiven in the Suhjecl to two annuijies cne of during We of the Rigiit Dorothy Lady Dowager oi rhe 77 years and and tha of the Jife of tbe o the age of 49 yeati and THE MANOR of STOWELL and HAMF in ihe county of together with the erf and feveral farms and piectti ef jland ef the yearly value the wtoks oc thereabouts j Jate the eftate of tlie Right John Jate Lord and within nine miJes frojn ly froor tie ii miles root and near tbe fiftante from and abeut two miles fjom all gcfed Particutirs of the faid eftate may be hatf at Mafters Jan be In Four Price jfi in or SERMONS mi different By tlie JOHN JORfiNi of Reftor of DunAaij jn tbe and Vicar of Printed for at Day nvas In Two neat Pocket Price or 6 iHE of the PASStpNs SYRIAN and EGYPTIAN Tranfiafcd from die French of the tbe of V for at A of This Day The SECOND CDfTION A ATTEMPT to iiluflrate NESiof DECIMAL in Browns cf wcrkinj Towhjch ia iow sdded an By WILLIAM R 1 V E Printed for the corner of the The appendix rnj be had Ihn Price 7 or a A NEW and CLASSICAL Containing a contifj nnd pf tfaa reimrkahle Evsnts recorded in Anejjanc fratted Ircm the mcJt celebrated CJjflical Wrjter4 Alib the and Characlirrs of tfeemoft HJuftiious Pirfonages arncusr tlie Cjr and other oiilirwjuifled by thetf CaJaulared and men and Ladies who uot having hadrhe are cjefirous of ace the Heathen maJVflu of Ancient 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