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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1771, London, Middlesex Ti L srenin a KM Price TVopeiice From JANUARY 17 to S A T U R D A JANUARY i JANUARY V frtdB ot We tfiat thofe ed Hearts 6T had di Jkf on 9e tKe and Jdany of tnern had board in order to leave the kiog By a letter from near Ship the county we are that the late fiwmshave done coirfider damage to many of the fiflung veffels on that part of thecoafl the number of the people miffing cannot be we ate that of Droghedaf all hiscriw are have paid tKeit moft humble to the dif carded at his THE tin ft the as With regard to the integrity and difinteTeftednefs of Home entitles him tomy if his general cha rider had not made it toUily THE charge brpught againft Home relni tive to the fubfcription for the widow entirely falfe and ground I efs What Home his faid concerning In hi letter of this is have the lift of and the account of the money paid to the and balance due to Home is I believe the other charges have as little DxAlt Wind RemaiafcU J Aipi Jtino and Parted by the Berence Srriidf Lady Goran Young Meisdertt 5 Groot arid Loyal and from at the following Ports Charming from from O N DO N Tt is faid that Lord North will have the Duke of Bedfards vacant His LorrJfhip will be fecond inftance of that honour being conferred on t Commoner fijice Queen Elizabeths A correspondent allures that thefollowing bill is intended brought into a great their next meeting WHEREAS doubts and controverfiea have concerning the right of Jurors try the whole matter charged indictments and and other libels far fettling and clearing the fame in time to Be it that from and Jurors who fhall fcduly irnpannelled and fworn the iflue be tween the King and the upon any information for a or a lioel under any other denomination or to all inlents and be held and re in Taw and in competent to try every part of laid or charged in or comprehending the cri minal Intention the nd evil ten dencyof the libel as well faft of the publication initial and otEcr any law or tfftgc to the contrary Provided that Nothing yn the be pnflrued to prevent or reftrain the or before whom fcch iffdes fhall be fron inftrufling the Jurors concerning the law upon the matterfo in may done in othermifde do arrr 6ogbt fry the whole thattef nor fo reftrain theJurors from finding jhe matter if them leem difficult and Provided that nothing hereindgritiaiined fiiall be confirmed to take trotn the defendant after tfcerjihtof laying fuch dVidencd before the Court in whichfuch verdiftwas asmay of his fiid haih been ufoilljr An account is received from South of that the Earl of Albemarle was daflgeroufly ill when the exprcfs cnme Sunday next the remains of his Grace the Dote of Bedford are to be interred ifc the burial place of the The Northumberland man pf fitting oat for is to be accompanied by five other fhips of the The Princefs from London Madrafs and was fpoken with laft near the Molucca in company with ano ther European The from London to Exeter and is ftranded in The from London to loaded with is totally loft in Yeftexday the parifli officers of Lambeth diftri buted bread to 570 poor number of feagulis appear at prefent on the river Thames than has been known for many by the is looked upon as a certain prefage of a long Yefterday fix prifoners were cafl for tion at the Old Wednefday evening laft John who latelylived a fervant with the in and John Were apprehended and committed to Tothillfields bridewell by Sir John for breakrtig open the houfe of the faid Stratford on Saturday night Healing a quantity of a considerable part of which goods were found in the pofieffiorr of the two oJFenders and the fame Alexander Jate butler to thefame who had been on Aifpioiott of having been concerned in the faid was difcharged out of on the fulled of his Rev Jajm to the reclory of nexed chapel in void deceafc of the John The William to the vicarage of in Efq of Ox to of John of to of Of a bilious at his mothers in Sir He was in the 17th year of his ft the Editor of the AMvNGST other devices to the rtimts and powerof and render therp f fi t there bee q an opinion indo trio ofa letter ftem On tlje1 Corporation of Weavers being aflembled at their a petition was pre dated to them by the working that they and theirnumerous families are in the on account bf the of which being reprefented to the Mar of who foriie time ago accepted of of that corporation his ILordflHp of fered the following which were unani Maufly agreed that premiums be given to fuch perfons as in a fhort time will porchafe the goods n w on the hands of the for tt e parpofe of felling them and fuch hall immediately giveorders to our for a freft and ftiaI purchafe the Tame when vyhen afufiicientfum fey voluntary fubfcriptionsof aaJ tke public in fuch other me th ds as fKall be found moft conve that the fame be the JDobiin qiide to that they will be plea fed Uxteceive the and alfo to pay it io ftich perfons as appear be of their purchasing the goods our manufac That a fum be referved diftribuled by the of to fuch indigent per foDS concerned in their flKntifaftiirev are not It is thought Sifgfaee of the deChoHieui ii a political maacretivre of rijp df in order to and 10 give credit to a M That Ms Moft Chriftian Majelty with and had juft left At her in Lady relief of Ped nyman of and aunt to Sir Jarnes in York aged William who farmed a little greund Sir of Thomas of 3uxtecfpiace in and mother of in the prefent Parliament i At her in aged Daniel Spital carpenter and At the Difliniing At Efq formerly an officer in the In Anthony formerly a timber but had retired from houfe i The Row LEVS HERB fo defervedly encourageJ hy the removed from the PAULS to the LONDON Qofr EI at LUDGATE whsre all orders for that comrpodity will executed with tlie ufual by the publics much obliged arid moft humble fervantj atall law lo that if a indicled of wnjch really is crime in but is worked up by words nf ai Sic bcbut to be thoughthe fmel and circom ftanccs do not jury muli fiod the or bring jn the send leave the confi deration of the cafe to the whofe bufinefs it This is the reafoning of therriall cious and J but it 5s an apparent at once to getjure ignorant and render them fo far frgrn being of good as to be only tools of to ruin and murder thjeIr innocent neighbours toith the greater formality for though it be matter is the moil and proper object ofa jurys determina matter law that of the judges yet as out and is complicated with K but Tall under the jurys Littleton teaches that the jury may at thtir either take upon them the of the and determine the fafl and law or elfe find the raatter and leave it to the I is by apply ing matter and from their and right judgrnent tfpon that a jury brings forth their we not fee in molt general as Upon Not pleaded in breach of the or it be matter in whether the pirty be a a breaker of the or a felon yet the jury do not find the faft of the cafe by leaving the law to the but find the party guilty or not guilty generally 6 that though they anfwer not to the queflion What is iavv yet they determine the javy ip all matters where the iffae is it not in every days when yerfohs are indiclcd for the jury does not find guilty or not guihyt but many upon hearing and weighing of brings them in either qfthe or elfe only of rnan per or fe catjfe as juries have been withfach pawer by fo to exclude them or difleize them of the were to defeat them 6f their inftitution for then if a per fon flioald beTndifted for dying of any common innocent if it be but cloathed and difguifed in indiflment with the name of br fome other high and proved by the witnefTes to have been done by the though fatisfied in conference that the faft is not as it is beeaufe they have Wthw iojudge of and the fafi charged is fully rhey at this though againft the convifiions of their awn I they tnullfind him guilty and being fb the judge may pronounce fer tence agiinfl for he finds him a convicled by his and fo juries uld be made the drudgery and bear the blameof and cruel Butall thii bythe and mercy of our In every there are Certain words called matter as and thefe forrtetirnes are raifed by ajaff implication in arid thruft in merely to raife pre tence or of vvhete there is reatly pqfre fo juryman ought wefl to under diftincTirJnV where the or ter of facl cHargerj in a crime or offence of a againft the there the law dotnTp plead ings ahdwiHirfapply thofe words and if the jury do that thefub ftance of thechargeis1 fuch a andfrie per fon guilty are bound7 to findf no direct proofbe made of thofccircumftantials But where the aft or matter of faft is in itfeff inno cent or tbere the purport of thefe as was is necefiary to proved forelfeihtre isnd and con po fit matter 10 be put totrial in which cale the Jury is bonnd1 in confcience and in law toreturn an anda pettyjury Not S O L O N Jan ii hereby to and will be of at On ibf Jiity nextj anf ayof Cattle and will be in the Horfes in of thofe i t of Fcr this Society attend Margaret at and eigfirt for suimiflioii of perfuns if ei or anyage P Anf perfytf fclfcribe for an annuity of or year duriog payable And fifty yem of aje wil be to the faid fuch as aj yenrt of who murTconriniie members ten years xhey at encreafe their a heriifht intereft ia Any perfori defirpus of paying CrtctT the whole of his or hjt payrnints will be a lovrerfi dilcourifiorjrroittpt payment of thii fociety is of twelve trtftecf j often te is raceiveplj the fame jsimoiejiiately forthebenefit Of the srnnuitants 5 and a certain part of the capital will fet apsrt for fecuring the payment of annuities to janior The deed of letdement is enrolled in the High Court of f terms adnilfSon be the bar ot above tavern where all pod paid directed to the Secretary ot thiJTaitf will be duty a be FAVOURITE Moml Jt frice Written by a LADV of In a fcrres of Dedicated to hs Diike of G Two Price Printed for Tkii Day was A neatly panted in Steven adorned with a Head of trie Pi ice i THEHISTORY of Sir C0ARtfi9 DiSON In a furies of By S A M U R I C H A R D S O Printed for and Rhin Ilichardfon and Robinfon and and Qfwrionj may be the farai The Hirtory of Clanffa a new irt 8 Pamela Rewarded 4 price This Day Pri i only I 6 Being the cficaptefti and moft compleit book of the kind now extant The FOURTEENTH T i as of TOE MILLERS acoILafilqn of oifift brilliant tie moft eVctllent Ron and rnoft plcafant fliort m the EnsrWh man of them rranfcribfff mouth ot the facetious whoftnune they To which added choice colleflibns ot Moral and oi thi jJointgd ard truly valuable Epi g in theBritifh tongue ilh the names of the authors to fuchas are Moft humbly infciijed fo the Choice Spirits of the Printed for Faternofierrow j Pauls Church yard and fold by all and NewsCarriers in and A CommonCouncil holdn in the Chamber Gaildhall of the City of 1 day of JanHiry 1771 RESOLVID and TpHAT the fum of Shillings for every Able atid Twenty ShilUnjjs for every Ordinary over and above the bounty granted by be by and during the of this and exceeding orw rnontK from this every fuch Seaman that hall enter at the Guildhall this into the fervice of his Majeftys H O D O E S the 1 5th day of At a Committee for intij Refolution 6t the Common Spf a Bounty That this Comrnittes will in tfce i it every aM Frfiroary tjeven ia the JWftv LONDON SUPPORTERS of the BILL of Efq in the THE next of this Ijie oh aid day tff Alderman SAWBRIDCE in the Chair SybfcriptionA cominue to be receded ths Bankers MefC Hankey and and and Hallirfay and by t Dinner on tabli at forr f This Day nvas In One Price AN INQUIRY into the and PREPRESS of the FEVERS moil n as they have civ othar isv the cil ferent feafons for the laft twenty Wlthfoms obUr vatioos efl the beft mediotf of treating t By W I L LI A M G R Prrnterf tor in may be had Obfervatibns on Duies and Omces of a PfiyV and the rrretliorfol Enquiries into fophj 5 price An Engliih Difpenfarory intinded forthe ufe of pri vate perfons as well as for phyficians by price 3 6d A full and plain adcourit of the with JriflrW tions for its by the id editl 5 si 1 efljys on Mtd cal aad by pavid M id Trie PrcTentSate of with a Thtory the CauTe and Mechanifm of by price Day tuat tuill be f In Two Ptjce in Illuftrated wixh 13 Cop per to CHINA by PETER Merrtber Acadeiay of and of the Society ol UpftJ ayoyAeifq TOREENj both of tN With a ettJNESE fey Captain N U M B E Pttrt Six ENGLAND a pinicubr cufiolitiSSj mineral plants bittfes and Lives of the flldftricicw colinry has the ruins ot Roman and and ojher reii variety aus of This jfi o ufBr on an The wb ran neat fturtiters may riftti rranjaawd by RBIWHOLD F 1 To which are A and Itolt be VThis had Ing fix price VS Which tfcU deftript
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