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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 19, 1771, London, Middlesex 0 ATU to MO NO OKBIGN JANUARY s from Dantzick that Prince Henry 0F Ifrfcffia was tKerii firom PeterftoBtg c it retwa to Tt W4 Vvould be bjf unfonon ate Ah t thoriy of BrarYf who fuffered fo wNch hfppeijed in W fia upOMfee iJeath ofthe Etnprcfs Ann and wfho to his liberty by the Entptcfs on According to our advice from the motives which kduced Count Pantn the the xpty arofe from his being very ill fopplied with and aminunition of kinds during thelaft the probsbrfity cf his fuffering inconvenienties next Rosumiow is ftudSo have been rrnici Oardaft account of ifie Rulijsa fltet confirm its the being Port in winter l whichCount dOrbffhad toxr taking this to be his win t of The letters that the Signor kai recalled the Grand Vizir and given hryi a go but is not yet known who wU fuc ceed JHCB w though it is his brotherirfUw will have N T R Y E W Sailed his fhip for with Go vernor An it is is arrived with advice of the death of Frederick the reigning Duke of uncle to his and brother to the Princefs Dowager of and one of the Knights of the We hear thai the Court will go into cn the on Sunday the On evening Lord waited upon Comnuflioner at his houfe in Bloom from his requeuing his Lordfhip to accept the after AXpreffifig he moft greateful idea of this fingular dark of accepting Lord then he would ehufe to name Lordihip Conv Bathurft in his per to fill that torcfCommiffioncr Smythe paid a vifu laft night to Lord Ycfterday the remains of his Grace the late Duke cf Bedford were Carried from to be interred in the family vault at in The hearfe was at tended only by three mourning his Grace having ordered his remains to be buried in a private without any unneceflary parade or The late Duke of has be queathed to the to Lord and the Bed to Lady late Duchefs of A corjefpondent that prefect Duke is to per till he is 18 years of ajc i and that the Duchefs of the Duchefs of and are appointed Graces guzrdiins ind thayhc two brothers of the prcfent Duke aie to have per each till of at which time they are to receive The from the bay Hen is loft op the and fome otht are ajjwfre at thi fame fuppofed to be from Extrad ef from Bulows and Hulfens regiments of eich confiiling of 1500 with an 300 W Werners huflars to guard their through this in their route day after tomorrow Kanna Jrojlis with 500 of Wcrneri expected to the fame plate of A detachment of 3000 men more another route to And brders irefent to to prepare quarters for Oucgarrifon now con of is to be immediately augmented to 3000 A late Under Secretary of State having within thw fortnight purchafed llucks to the of ford out on Friday with a clear profit of eight ftr On Saturday a worthy in the pa rifh of a fum of money the overfeers of the laid to be diftribated among the mofi necejiitous by which rneantinore than one hundred families have had given them joints of pieces of loaves of and bufhels of in propunipn to LaftVeeYtyas given AWerrsan Treco and Alderman of Vintry wardyta fhg of the faid ten tteaty of marriage is foot between Jtr George and Mils of filler to the lady who married ihe brother of Lord By the taft Betters froift we Walpofe Hes iU there are no hopes oThis On Saturday the ehded artjje when 17 of capitally goods the of flis Ebenezar in Ten for iraflfportarion forfevenyearsjonefor i one to be and five V Stephen atod Samuel charged whrrthe murder of lattv night in were brought the OKI Bailey on and that Vher were put off tVll were committed to The threeconcerned in this murder are and lodged in The trial of Richard in didled for fhooung at Brox in Hertford mi with intern to kill is put oft till next John who committed by the at the laft Adttyiraky difcharged tot want of At this Seffions 60 prifoners haVe been of whom three received fentenceof were cift for tramportation for and for 14 years were and The next Seffioris wiil begin on Wednefdwy the 2oth of it is faid one of the tranfporrs convicleJ this Seffion of picking is of real and eftate to the value of between On Wcdnefday corn in pulled off Ins coat and it down in his fhop while he put hishorfe in tke liable in the mean time a fharper took the opportunny to carry off the which contained with in bank On Fridaythe daughter of the Countefs oT was delivered of a fun at her houfe in Ox laft John of Eaft in the county of was eleded a fellow of the Society of PROMOTED Sarnuol to be Captain of a company in the 25 th regiment of foot aad George futeed8 him at in the faid Thur brother to the to ihe Qant ftall the See of The to the rich living kf in the county of being worth per P T ijjV i John Broraktdi Bovough of ih ur to furreodtf the joth of Jind of at ten in the forenoon Mti Lofl of ani foWnoon at Mr In Capil ourtj Nahan ef Great Geodttafts in aniBcsjamin mer chants and furrenxier the aid and joth and ialof atfttniTi the forenoon each at Guilii Henry Efq V Argyll to Mifs Sufanhah ofNeVyBond At Lin lead near Lady wife of theRight Henry Roper Lord In Henry Efq CounfeJlor at Samuel Efq of At Mri In Mount as fictingin his James In many years Deputy Clofetkeeper at PRICES of C O From December to Stan iard WINCHES TIR Barley 9 I 4 I Principal Oncers and CorruriirtiWJers of Majeftys Navy do hereby to pcrfons as hsVw received their ktters to thj Su for to errt S iti fhe 5 and in arii third Timothy ft and copart 5 to and I4th of and f at eleven in the fore oon each at the Angcl in at Jfl in gun raith to aod ad of Between eleven and tviclve in the forenoon eacfi at the in Jofeph in Briftol Days appointed making the Bankrupts or Iste of j webriary atten in at John of the in filverfrakh the i9th of at ttn in the at Pettr Francis Maurice of Bi in merchant the och of Febru at five in the at Gsorge late of in hatrer and mercer the 2jd of at five in the afier t Will5m of in goldfmith thei9th of at ten in ihe at to Mcndes of Gondmins in merchant on or bclbrc the gth of Fe Jofepb late of jcwelltr on or before the X of the city of worfted and partner with Philip of the fame Co or before the yth of Jolin I of in vintner and ianhoider on orbefore the gth of tile Of C lump o 5 P 9 JO ii 9 jo i 3 7 7 3 4 3l Returns not Returns not 61 3 6 not No returns this f f I 2 it J i 10 i i a II 1 C T I E S upon the ii I 3 S 4 5 I Che S I i i 4 t Di a Ham pi Nprth 61 South a per S 9 1 i 1 ntr Qjarter 41 I R Pucftfhtd 21 0 14 eturns y of A holden in the Chamber ef the Guildhall of the City of on Tutfday the I5th day o January R vRDand AT the fum of forty Shillings for every Able and Twenty Shillings lor every Ordinary overand the bounty granted by his be and during the pleafureof this and not exceeding jrtonth from ihii to every fuch Seaman that enter Af the Guildhall ef this into the fervice of hi Majefrys the 15thday An tfltfl eXeCUtiOn Refolution pf tlie for giving a Bounty to Seamen entering into his Majeftys Navy 5 this Committee in the at c every and until the February IVom elesen in the forenoon the to carry the above refoJurion execui von H O D G E N CiTJCE hereby given to all and Balers in nnd that will a SHEW of at On WKDNESKAV the 6t day of FEBRUARY next On WEDNESDAX the 8th of MAY next tii iSth of JVLY next and trtf i6th dayv of OCTOBIR next The Sheep wifi be and Horfes in the 01 SLEAFORLV NOTICE is hereby to all peribns as have any Claims or Dcuunis on the and Elfefts of JOHN late ofSleafoid that they are deured to fenJ account of their refpoitive debts to James f the fame one of the execurois of the faid John in order that they may receive fatisfac for the And all fuch perfons Hoodin the faid John Arnall at the time 01 his are delirxd to pay their dtbts to the faid on or Ladyday or they willbe fued for the fame without farther Golden Crofs London THE WINDSOR and EATON New POST COACH fets out from tjie Mermaid and Cattle in Vvindfcr every morning Suidiy cxcepted at haf palt to the at part ten and returns from thenee at It is on the neweft and Each paiftneer to pny Call af thsNeiw coming in and going Performed by JAMES and The Proprietors will not be accountable for any Bank or any other things 01 except entered as and paid for Day ivaj In One Price c AN INQUIRY into the PROGRESS of the FEVERS common in as they have fticceeded eich otficr in the dif ferent feafons for the laft twenty With fornt obfer en the beft methodof treating By LL I A M GRAN Prirftef for in the W JwliOPimayibe had following New Publications on the Duties and Offices of a Phy of profecuting Enquiries into PhiJo fophy Difpenfatory intended for the ufe of pri vate as weH as for phyficians and by plainacsouot of the with infiruc for by 5 plTays on Medial and Philofophiqa ty David trie id The Ptefent State of with a Theory of I thfCaufe and of fey M price i HEREAS JOHN to Thomas novfrliving 1n Ldndon on Monday 1 4th pf Jantrary ahfcnt hitnfdf from without any provocation whatever therefore this s to caution all perfohs not harbour or employ a they will be fued according to lie U ftf jielit and about a i years of with his own h feme has a raundfaccpaie pitted trwftnall his eyebrows hanging far fnirtt a glettjnt jv hejiad on went brown fnuff cojour j waiftsoar of the1 alfoa fcartet aTCugri and plated If he 4ocs not return his any that wijlgive toellgence of o he may kit brwight hall receive one 38 THETmfteej virtue aa tfl of for improving navigation of th RlVEK from the town of Hertford to river do hereby jive That they iotend to raifc a certain fum of the credit of the rates and duties fettled by the faid aft of by fale annuities on on the following yiTo psrfons under the age of 50 at 14 ywrsvpurchajie to of the of 5 j and under the age of 60 at n years purcliafe to the age of 60 at 10 years Any jierfon inclined w purchafc any fecured as are deired to caJ at Mefll and in or at the Clerk to tJie at Hertford where proper boote will be kept for the above The faid annuities are to commence from the time pf paying the anrl be payable according to the directions of the aci of No annuities left than nor more than tcrbe granted upon any ons Ths Purchafers of the above Annuities may have thtir for thsir to the afl of at the next meeting of wriich wijl be at Somerset Coffee in hc on Thorf day the day of tliis inrtant at ten oclock in the Clerk to the To be LETT on LEASE for zt Or SOLD by PRIVATE AN Improveable WATER and a late being the divided moiety of a freehold called held of the Crown by the feefarm rent of 1 fjtnate at Mill on ths fouth fide of a cut of the river in the of courrfy 20 miles from four from and fix from Uxbridge in Middlsfex the three pair of llones and and two vvhjch pre irrijfis friay be cprry papermill wkb of and about half 1 joile length with the and an acre more or Icfs of freehold with the ap purtenance thereto belcngag now in ths occupation cf Jofeph the and late cf Wilhain at the rent of 3 i For further inquire of Jofeph on tha prcmitres James of or Tofcnh of end who the M A C H E E MESSAGE On d Nrew Coniruiftion pHESE ufeful MESSAGE CARDS are mented with elegant Machre Rordcrs of and allowed to he more genteel end than thv old fort on The hopes or the encouragement of as hs rtoc only improved their by itiiny new and elcgart but can nosv afford them as chep as any other fort of ornamented meifoge Sold by Stationers in town anrl And whchCiie of near York Nico St Pauls Chftrchyard and of t A m of This Day ivas Pnrr 2 6 HARRISS LIST of GARDEN Man of for the year Oontnininr an exa3 cf the moil celebratd ladies of pleifure who frequept and other naas of this Printed in TlifcCrtreet fold by ail the Bopkfellcrs in By the K J N G 5 Thif Day Price oaly Hluftrated with head ot John Duke of Argyle and anri the arirrs cr iranhope Earl of Cheftep both finely visrraved a new fet to muric The SUPPLEMENT ro rhe of rpHE MAGAZINE JL and NUM S E R Life of the late JohrTXjke of Arjyle an illurtrious His off the His of rnoraJity vin dicated againfl libertines An account of of the arts and fcienccs inRuflia the and of Character of the lafe Lord Extraordinary hiftory of s Venetian favourite a moral Life of Edward Lord Herbert of Chwburr written by Compsndiaus peeraie pf Gcnealocry of the noble family cf Stanhope Earl of Hiftory of cou Debates and proceedings in ths upper and lower chambers of a political Accurate copy of Lafd Mansfields Copy of Lord Camdens Speech of CptmfcJIor on dynnU Ode tor the new The Thames filent a neiw fable of the evening and fongs in of Mother fpoken at PauKs Song fung at Va s on the cracKng of an Allegory for Hintonx at the in Warwicktone and fold by all the aed Where alfo may be The 47 neatly bou Price Ss finjk number from the
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