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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 24, 1771, London, Middlesex JvS Twopeace From F R tfi A JANUARY Jy the from Valencia from AmfterdAOtt atthe Briftof y from t Rertarrickji from L a Baron D O Apfley apptated at as Lord High of fcfce ceotpBaicritt of the Nobifity dri TVfjew is one of A Council at the fame arid foothej to Lotd and his newmar were presented to As were Jehu and his newraar Tfie Parliament of Ireland ii to meet on the z6th next tbe difpakb of Upon the arrival of the Governor of Buenos the King of Spajn immediately appointed hitri VieeRoy of Upper Navarre a pod w great iku Iwk proving of his conduQ at Fakkinii ijantl we will be made in a few Houfes of Parliament for an Addrefs of Majefly on the of our depute writji May the late aecum fnqdfftipB with if be durable bat mtflifrrttring of aLtHtrfrcm Oat Kiog is at war whb ill his He wanu to deftroy therir or at lead very much The Duke de Ai the fcoorge of oar and the peft of tke is more in favour than It is Iff i eyes the King and all he fees the King believe Jit properly Lord have jpercy as happier times A tiewwrft Is oat a member For biirghi hrifterbeni of Patrick ainft fome J public in R DA agaiivff the qtttftion for che may be4tft Thort Thc tfie of Jfeftffidii on flilfe in V hi rfekrtf to the of tolebrookejtbok the Peregrine E is chair at find propofer of ffee tjvieftion opened ori Coif Kimfelf out him in fefpefling his of 4ome te2s in Septcni Ke qoeftion tHat the prefent fairies of the were very inaafquate to their attention For if what could be thought tinjRing Williams when the Com mpanys dTjs6iflted prelyt the pfefent veSy great diilance of and the of the one objefled to the ofice of thinking it rather a degradation of his rank and character for Thurloe to take precedence of as pofllfling the more that of to remove this to his an old which has lain dormant for upwards of has been and Wedderburne is appointed CHAKCKLLOR to tht which aot only givesTutri precedence of the biitalfo pats a faiary of per ajurum in his It is faid that Htsrtte is appoitited Dsmeflk Chaplain to the Earl of Extrtut of litter from 1 Laft night their Excellencies Lord and dthcart hia Brifanoic Ambaflador and at gave a grand fupper and at which were prefent her Imperiai Mo Grand and Prince Henry of QriToefday laft the Supporters of the Bill of Rights qtet the Lendon The debates the gentlemen being of very different opinions one fet underftood themfelves to be a public fociety for the purpofeof to the utmol of their every important part of our legal and conftitutional liberty the other fet de that tkey knew no caufe but thatof Many fmall fubfcribers to that who bad never attended having been col leftcd for the parpofe of fapponing this latter opi they ctrried U by a fmall In con fcqaence of which alteration in the nature of his now narrow it is faid that all the prin ciptl both of money and withdrawn letters f mm of good by the mail that the StatesGeneral have ordered 18 men of war to be fined out imrne ditfeiy which oceafiom various verfes ate handed at wrtjre retreat of the Aake deCh is lioiverfaJiy regretted Dans fes et dans fa a drdture et 1honneor i LEaTope connoit Tori Et Thuoianrte fon Camroe tout autre dans fa put avoir enncmis Comine rial aotre fa FT tfcquk de nouveaint la Franceen vain roleax poor tant pispour The following are put into SomerfttoC to be com many ed the Panther of by the t riing ihaci numberof the Direclorji the lumnoer were out of town aad that very Committees were wanting tod che neeelTary Fer thefe was for the propofcd vvuh this that if auy of the Dirett6rs for the abtent themfelves from the neceffary bufinefs of their they fhould be fubjeft to Fitzgerald feconded and That it was a very hard tktng fuch number of rerpcflable genllemsn fliould be the whole year round in Iuth complicated as tne management of that gteat for fo paltry a fum as they at prefent He ob it was a fum that one of their brokers very often earned in half an was for fupporting the with this of every Directors forfeiting one guinea on being abfent on a General Court and five guineas on a Committee thefe fines ta be annually laid before the Sir James Hodges upported thefe gentlemen in but though he was for the augmen he muft oppofe the addendum prepoiad by the honourable feconder of the fining the Diredlors the fpecifkk fums mentioned by he would be puttiagthe Company on the footing of an alefcore and was beneath their dignity he the Directors being obliged to da their but then he would have that obligation confift in as the body of the direction fhouldf ihbk He had heard it he that carrying this point woe Id of triennial but this was begging the as he could not forefee how it led to Derapfler then rofe in opposition t the and ia a fpeech of near an hour at tacked on every fide the impropriety of the mea He was very ftrange how this idea could firlt be when it was apparent to every one who only know EartIndia affairs from common what numbers of gentlemen were candidates every year for the direc I would be glad then to on what principle they this if they thought the falaries not adequate to the they would fearch after it with fuch But to put this matter to a fhjrt I will engage to fill the tnfiJc of the a the prefent falariesj with gentlemen pf and Sutely continaed Dempfter it was never confidered ihat falary was the objetf with a Direc tor of an EaftJndia Corrtpany when you come to make fafary the only it will Icrve tJ recomnend it as a morfel lor governffient tu inap and we fhail have half the Clerks of the puSlick offices become and then fsre well the and cnfequcnce of this Company I have an author hand Mumaigne who peaks fo judiciolifly on this that was it not trefpafling too far on the paiiinceof the I would beg leave to read from hint two or three the Pra prietori calling out read he read to the fol lowing purport The man who holds publick ofHces for publick has every every in holding whilil thofe wno are paid for their are little better than may rank in a line with and Such adds Demplter is the language of the ingenious who fpeaks o Itrongly to my As for the prefentgentlemen be hind the 1 am money can have no in whole loij fluencc on as they are all gentlemenof 1 particularly the Chair f who is in of that fortune ranks him the firll in I j caa but this quefiion will meet ivich as little countenance as of the The queAion then became and by feverai Propricjps on botht near fear wliert the Court the qaeftion for it r was heki Genearal Cojjrt of gujKiUss the 31 L Lord whe after i in that Co M MO Tracy Deputy Gabriel Leeiey Evans Breadfireeti Deputy JfoJin wicki Peter Opbrt IFcbraAry fucjj pedant tei art toporch afe lives any other perfon tbc fiid parliamem be tcld ttlfe bemg cbe of to fee paid irfl9thte of and 6epf next frorhwii4i IBti to fesrfevriblt propoiaU rlw nuhbcs ioUitfBiittt and other of UvtoJthe faid annuities f J Deputy John Lake Deputy Francis Thomas r WiHiam Henty iCeaclaHj Jot John John Deputy John Deputy John Deputy Thomas George Thomas Deputy Philip William Abraham Robert William Deputy Mofes Laureoce Hoi Thoma John The floop that was Jolt near Corunna from proves to be the A on vvhofe Veracity we can allures that in Thofney town there are 800 people in 60 700 of whom were maintained by the lace Duke ofBedfoids erten five Yeiterday a coalrrierchant in Wsftminfter vvaa before the for fcndirrg coals to a gentleraan in ihe city without a the The penalty is but as it was his his Lordfhip reccmmended it ta ite profecotor to excufe ihe coalmerchant on his paying for the prifpners in the two Compfers which the gentleroan agreed and mopey was paid into his Lcwdfljjps hands for the Wednffdiy evening as the Countefs of Chatham was returning from town to in her cha her Jadyfhip was let upon by four armed with and robbed of her gold re peating and what money fhe had about with which the villains got clear though her Ladyfhip was attended by four fervants armed with of at torney at Mifs of of to Mifs of At rris houfe in Great Nathaniel in Hill the LaJy of Sir Abraham At in Brook For he borough of Wen t9 ftits feeyj in his ettate by pdft George Efqr member ie the prefent parliament for At his hoBfe in John and At the Jhn Thackerayt chaplain the Britjfh fadlory a that fecond fon of the lae Thacke of At his houfe in At Thorrvaj Efq apsthecary and in Purfuant to a Decree of tfre High Court of pHE CREDITORS of THOMAS GIBSON JL RICHARD late of in Scriveners and or die Jaft teinj the nti day of to come before Thomas ifq one of of the faid ar his office in near ajid prove their ftvcrai r in default they will peremptorily be excluded ail benefit of the fjid i i Purfuant to a Decree of the High Court of THE feperate CREDITORS of THOMAS Ute of in the city of on or before the laft day of Hilary being rWi ith day cf Fobruary to cnme hufore Thomas Efq one of the Mafters ofthe faid at office in Carey near and prove their feveral demands in default will peremptorily be excluded all benefit of the faid And A3 SOLD by JOHN i of three yards one qtiarter aipiiifhvetyaras which coaxes fhcets ail to at s from pfcreS as to btft Arqueitefaae And the fineft and in were Alfo true Carat To the and OFFICE for the public Kingdoms of GfeitBritajn THE very extcnfive toaunerce knce that have for many trie kiagvionii of Great Britain ani erery day happilf been for the want of a yf yitt ihat people TubjecJ eitrjer ft or oegleit of whcri lhay jMfce bumt5 to tranlaft id tlie other dfojhsft qniies the faeftlf felt in every Department and in a that faish on tho trade and of thcfe filler nations fu eiRntialrr To itrSdire thefcevilin an in tha City of hufe in ibis and iff for this md ptopofie to coniTJt tranfaQijoinyt tufsnefs inbiAji kingdums to GsnUemee jfltfic oti fcffionof aftd elTcftnally remove the hWdWfi piaipsd an sjjIicatJpo to mond k the acetic in ttic orhei is of the every difpaich teritiort givenrb it that the of p By thefe tacis everynsWe will eaforced and with tie trouble of fending over fjr w cannot be dene but at a very confuierakle Gentlemen in who chcfe to parchalV or lend Ireland which icemS at pttfcnt to be mochfol from the very coniiderable tkat hivchjeaa found to attend it will ijwiys Rave tivonrabk op Allb receiving paying monies by yower of or other fohciting afrs of writs of examining titles ti and taking iho mofl eminen Ctrtiacrfs opinions in anJ to the perfoa or fcins in fh it every fpecies of inefs al very moderate Jhe immeJiit mansgeinsnt of ihs inrtitutioB is given to the Gentierasrmn nifi who arc both Attornies of Caavts in a Oentlrman cf the fjrne prafcfH n in tngdndj far tbc ihe wio anJ as utility ani UicccV5 of thii totally depend on the punctuality of ihe GenUnmen concerned the nia nngoncnt of juillif miy dtpend thaf so afliiuitya6d wVU be wautins give this intVtutionths fan2ioa of la application to be irudc to In to WILLIAM That the Nobility and Gentry of both kingdom may be certain that whoever matters are committed to trK care of thefe Gsntkmeo will be faithfully they can akkayt give a pf for the pcifornfaiice ot any trtdtrcpofed in Ttiey have jnilanilyfc vl for requires a perform S Tbit Day wire put In Four 1rice 16 in or i E R M O N S on different Prite J AMYNTAS of the original i V A L in Ruflel Covent By the late Archdeacon of Reftor tsf Dunftafl in thj and of Printed for ar fkit Day itias ra J Price j The TH1 KD EDITION of THE FABLES of By r LJ f r p n Printed for oppejite LTpHE a Mowl X Price 5 a LADY of Jn a cries cf to the of G Two Price for in lj Price Adornfd witli the the Kings and Queens of THE HISTORY of from the eaiJieft timis K the death of Jding George the Upon eft be ThciStcoND with and an Containing authentic published by ft the Arguments of this late the Court of the flie JrfSji the Right Lord Mansfield in the in the caufe between the City of jLpftl Diflencers j g t to the Honourable Mr
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