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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 26, 1771, London, Middlesex                                v to U S 29 G A 2 ETT t HE King been pleafid to appoint his Royal High df fs WilliarruHertry Duke df Gloucester to be den and Keeper of the New in the county ofSoatharriptoir alfo of the manor and of and the dred of in the his Grace rhre Dfcke of The King has been to grant the Henry to heirs of his bpdy lawfully the digtutyoff of Barari of the The tnoft excellent Majefty ia Majefty in been this day grscioufiy pleafed to deliver the Great Seal to the Right Henry Low his Lordfliip was by his fvvorn of Kb hflajeftys moft Privy arid like wife Lord High Chancellor of and accordingly took his place at the His Majeity having been by f under the Great to conftitute the Kight of fetis and alfo Lord lieutenant of theTower his Lordftiip this day in Council took the oaths appointed to be His Majefty having been pleafed to appoint the Right James commonly tilled of to be Lord Lieutenant of the eowuy of and of the town of South ampton county of the he this day took be His Majefty having been plsafed to appoint the Vere Earl Poulett to be Lord Lieute ATicant f Waltey Oiiernfcy John and im Le Mai Fortfrnoiuth and ffotn y t fividot from frfim New York Kawke frflhi Dublin from Seville j lynd Hehry from i Maryland from L a N D a of ike delivered by Prince AmhJflador Ex trabrJinary from his Catlolic Majefy tbt izJef January 1771 HIS Britannic having of the violence tfvhich was committed on the loth of it thelllancf commonly called the Great n jefts nf His Bfiannic to evacuate the by mem caled figmont a pffenfive to ihe ho nour of his Crcwn the Prince de bafTador extraordinary ofhis Cathnfic Uaj received orders1 to bis CalhoHc confidering the deiire with which he is animated for fur the maintenance Of good harmony with his and refilling thitthis event jniglit interrupt has feen xvith this expedition tending to clifturb and the perfuafion in Avliich he of the reciprocity of fentiineius of his Ma and of irs being far his intention to au thorife any thing that might didutb the good underr Handing between the cwo his Catholic jelty doei difavovv the fsid violent j and in the Prince de Maferano dq that his Catholic Majefty engages to give immediate that things fhall be rcftorcd in the Great at the port called precifely to the Hate in which they were before the loth of 1770 for v purpofe bis Catholic Majefty will give orders to one of hisof to deliver up to the by the fyh realized above tuff lfcn fettcf drders tke at iesfft 6x days heV fore hfc and knew wantffdtq Brdihvv has like wife loft The Jouery ffir the year fs calculated ta ticket there wtH noft be four blanks ro a The are to bear fourper froirl hear that Lord Robert brother ro Duke of Marl willbe chofen reprefeiK the dry of in the room df fudge Nares Arid Counfellor will be filed into nj vjvyivi i 1 1 i the Bounty ef artjd of ihe city of jj hls Britannic port and fort called Eg i this th artlI ftor Exeterwd coumy of the feok die es ana his Britannic and his which wece county die The jpoint the Right Hen of of the RJgfet Charles commonly called Lord the Right Wilmot Charles ffee Right Aueuftus in the room of Efq io be hit Cfrmmiffioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of Great Biiuio and The King pleafedlosippoint the Right of ami one of his Secretaries of Sosune Edward John and the Robert Efq called Lord Robert the George Efq com monly called Lord and Thomas Whate ky Eili the room ofWilliam MajeUysCommiffiouers for The has been pleafed to Francis KorburnCfcEfq to be Matter of the Royal of Greenwich io alfo one of the Com jniflioners or Governors of the faid in the George Thii day the Right Lord Gwnthsna tifietihisMBJeftys on being the Kings Ambaffador Extraordinary Plenipotentiary Majeft been pleafed to appoint Philip to be Conful m and the adjacent JoHuiSi The King has been pleafed to order a Conge dEHre to theDean and Chapter of the ef for electing a Biihop of the fame being void by the uanflaiion of Keene late Bifliop to tfe See Ely and alfo to order a recom mending to the faid Dean the Wiljiam M robe them cleded BUhop of the taid See of TheKiaa feaafceen pleafed to grant onto the place oTa Prebead of tbe cathedral of Durham i lhe vacant by the pRrajotiofi William to the bifhopnck ofpSetfef1 The tfliisS pleifed to prefent James Pembroke hitTMajeltys gift for this to ettore the poison of to j i the i qutition ot the prior tfte Malouine In witnefs whereof Lmbaflidor Extraordioary declaration with my ufual t co be fealed with our the zzd of Signed Le Prince de TRANSLATION of tke Earl cf dated tbt of Prince de declaration HIS having the Prince of his Majefsys Ex to offer in his Majcftys King of Great a fatisfaclion for done to his Britannic Majelly by difpqffsifing he port and fort of Port and the faiH Arn bafTidor having this day fignsd a fvhich he has jult that his Catholic Majefty being defirjus tg harmony and friendfhip before liilevl between the two difavow ihe expedition againft Port in which force been ufed againil his Britannic poflef ard fubjefls and allo engage that all things hall be immedistely rellorpd to the precife fuuation in which they flood the icUi or June And that his Catholic Majetly fhal give in the I to dtlivcr up to the rifecl by his Britannic the port Port 33 alfo all his Britannic and as well as thoffi according to the inventory whic vacates his feat for that by accepting trie place of Steward of the Eafl in When the Eafl of Sfflk accepted of the Privy a great to iooth He lamented rhofl exceedingly the lofs of his Lord ftiips that great and good Gren whom he corifidered an honour to human Wedderbarn is appointed not to her with afalary of per It is imagined that the Chief of the Court of Exchequer will and thatBaroti of that will iucceed It a further part of the general converfaiion of the that ihe firfl vacancy in the Exvheqoer bencli be fupplied by the appointment of the Recorder of Sir George Bridges of we going out Commander of fhefleet on the Jamaica The following Captains in theRoyal Thomas William Henry Edward Robert Charles and Johti arc appoinud Rear Admirals on half pay fo that the lift now con fills of Thurfday following were made n thfiNavy Thomas Synionds and of PofUCaptains Chajcs Johi Htnry Matthew Cuthburt Skeffington tuthe raok of Maftrraft4 We g e n ffe rife n to the rank of Lieutenant George George Roger William Charles HJ cvety pin goe 9 notth viUxiiu robbing the fnop niarJi the i goods iiej and itahtly on EliiaWih was vvaf to pefluriotis wojulti foijnd in upwards of t qiaanri y Qf part of in the i nh regirnent o7 room of Cholrtondeley inff Green John Henry Gearge Cloberry DxIV Wind yefUr Ea t retnaiii the I j i A tr ttxT On Mlton had given Earl irjin fide of the in the Court of PItt I drew his snd was drmg the who was accidentally and fpoileJ heir thj affair was not to be fo made up thejr joftcd the matter aud Peter Bop rdL upon guard of it gotinto of he fighthorfe and they were im diately pat under an The caufe of the quarrel between two noble was a oflabeled property coacerc jng fhebounds of OrJe noble having given his word and honoar to the ether he was not concerned in carrying on the caqfes then upon trial wliereas in the courfe of the fome hints fell from the Counfcl upon the Judge recommending a compromife that they had no authority to confent without the of their noble which proved plainly his was A correfpondent obferves with great Jate behaviour of two Engiifh towards uch other he calls the Itrki given by one the the an afl of favage fufficierjt to render us conternptible been made of And the aid jinbajpador having moreover in his Catholic tys ihat what is contained in the Jajd fhill be carried into faid and That duplicates of his Catho lic to his hall be into the hamls of one of his Britannic principal Secretaries of His faiS in Qiew friendly hii rifed dechrationof Prince de the full performance of enjrtigr1 the pare of hit Catholic forthe injury done tbthfi In witneis OH Majetlys havefigtied tKefe prefents my and themtd befealed all police and fhews may as vord of delicacy as porters and Laft Saturdays Gate tc contain a proclamation for prorogoing theParlramenr of Ireland froip the I jth to the z6th of February then to fit for difpatch of Yellerdajr jhe Earl of after vifiting of the returned to Laft week Lord attended five each and on Saturday three in otdcr co td rtisProftor draw inrerroga to be admitted ta be examined in the which Lady had brought agaSnft Bis Yefterday about two a fife barnt violence it forabxxye two and than fell in the two ifs and garrets of on and orj the greatly where MS patterns ahti tools J hn an Virorifi aSqUt ioh hia andall a waift 1 c oh Lieut William HaywirJ Joiepb to be tBe fafd in the room of Cornet Charles to the fecond or Queens refcirhehf in tde room of Enfign Bingham to be LlSutenaiit in the in the rborh And to Enfigri in the faid irrtolCroifti Bingham AtJws houfe in George Efq W in At his feoufs iri At 1 Efq lately arrived f0BV his houfe in one of the defies irr who many yei eatinehoufe iri Flowsr deJucecot George ia At hisJioufs IB EtfrrriiSryV i Wilkins a whokfale in u From the LONDON G B A N K R UP t John of in or tete of Foal near iri merchant ru furrenJer lhe 8ih aaJ jjrliof of at io the aftefaooweacti ii in Sv 1L render thczd and 7ih of aoi gth bf rt lojr iu thuntUtfoon each at At Roicrf Attai Arthur of Bhcltmanftreetj in in monger j to aadnthof at ftwiifl T lernoon at Ma of New ii the of le and 9tii of r fen in the and gfh of Miiyhj at at the breweP futtencCer the j at tlirea in Che aftefnoon tbc Tgft of F SrtiaryJ af tei in i forenoon and gth of iri atthefignof dm i in in i te furreaJer tha iSA of atthree ths and f9tbpf ahd jthuf the at tlie fijjn of tha in Mr Rofiift Li aid CJ of in of j in baker 5 to the etevcij and of four in irfhe NagTj Htai in city of appoined for making th of Hichard Eden and bmndymtachant ifie aSfk of at five in tht at r Richird lite ot the parifh of rn gardener and keclfnan th l6th of ten in the John the gtb of wTcur in ths at r6th of of ic at John of in innholjer j th 233 at ten in the txwfini bjrough of merchant in tfiSr at Cuthbert of Qrnirilj tiituftjcii haberdafhzrj iha i6hof a C AbraliatnNorthttie ihe el JirsltSfrbV and ten in the Bull Henry of in the county of Diiefeai roa builder the iSiii of at Uucc ui at the jjj J5i allowed ta William BiggSj Jattof in the edfrntf flijpkeeper bfojrethe rfiih of Robert in   

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