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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 29, 1771, London, Middlesex vgni b tf Ni Price From TUESDAY JANUARY W i S D A JANUARY iif 1 Sender an That law iiitctnper never reached eithct of thofe We have adviteJ from thcurifety and of the of rtiit Itingdom hive added greatly to bombers which have died of an epidenftical dif tbfcy had aaidagft jfoit Theflailitary ift is a veiry rfawerous one r ttconGfta of four Generals Of which Prince Ponia 18 49 Major 19 and one if O A E J G tf A PA I R i aboliffied ihe framed fome Lords who ia affairs wrftl the hpnoar to give Jtim BKifr which will be called Mraiiby of and his Maieftr jflsjewrttd rile of this tom Spaaifl whea the Houfe was fo that above 430 Members had tallfrn their feAJtJ by eight cfelocl in die the Miwiftrfr in thanfcs ic faving the Nation ffprri the dangers ngh the kVtantrj of Spain The on the report of the elefition is pot off till the fclh of oat ydlcrdtf in trie ft of C nsj thjt there was ait Sh a who called them elves the andwho rftec under the pretence of 4ebaciflg about biit iri reality o fettle the a Member for their iorougb every belonging Ao this club was worri to under a penalty whenever a Parliament wastpbe WO of the club were deputed to treat with the iBduTates and he who bid was alftays ore to be brought We areinfirrrte dated hh Mtjefty permite brother io aurry together and alfo hurry ihe fifler of his dcceafed obliged to havctbe Bifhops a new treaty of oivrCourt and that pf Ver on very folid con Ince the prefent enquiry hath been under thtfcori of a committee of the iff he papers of che club hurnc by the matter yef teriday very jocofc on the mifsppficatkmof the name ChriJIidn Laft nights Gazette contains the translation of the declaration fvgned delivered by Prince Ambaflador Extraordinary from his Catholic the zzd inflant and the tranf the acceptance of the laid declaration by the Earl of in his Majeftys name both R T of die Borough of iri at Henry MArlc ir the parifl of James iiy Mi poulterer jto she 7th of at fjur ia Wternoon at Len44n of the patifh of In tintner to id of Fetjruaryiatten la the 6f and rath the r Robinforu latepf the parUh of Oid in Jealer and chapman iurrerider the 9th and FcWuiryyat fouriii the aniizth of fwenyonj at laner Temple Hall V late Chief Mattof the fhip fervice lime pift they have arid magazines twtek new cannon are It the acceffion of the ptefent of 4000 new can oon fcwrbetn caff of ti teirteta from Totrlon workmen in the dock foere in to finifh with the of the line and I ihaf at they were fitting tut 40 were all to aflembie cf the OrSBSJlWIaftef of refdfed ihe the liberty of wintering at Malta that ift order to guard that port1 be to be mounted upon and obliged all t r of age toSear O U N T R Y N E W John a at oar hit feffions the fora of for verging plate on a with an in peffons to purchafe his at ihe Northern part w DEAL Wirid blows Arrived and failed for the his Mapftys fhip ihe Raven from FJonduras apd Re tfyivfr Kitfmnrjj and Grofvenor Eaft Paflfed by the Bet Mor from Libon from Scanderpon John and Wil Street AHcant from Mojadore Good from Corke fronvBotettemx and Thoffiasy Dablioj Miller from Ydrk f St frotnBflboa from Seville from Bofton from Waterfordj arid from Arrwals at following Parts froao Petcrfbbrgh forfl Cato and from New fotindlandj KaplcsV Marqtris of from Yarmouth from Gorkej and from Vsnice from ICewYorfc from Lifbori from LewardIfland Terftyi Valpy Vibert Ri chards from Aticant from SeMrtianS from Newfoanland and from Corke Charming from Her from Philadelphia 5 and Marquu of from from Alicgnr 5 and Earl of from NewYork from Ceoryu and Friend from Bar which were inferted in our lad We informed thac Sir r Nn was riever once coniulted had the leaft in timation given him by the of the lale changes We hear the grcateft degree of animorlty fubfiils at the prefent head of one Affem and of another and that it is now tofuch a that they are never fufiered to meet A report gains that the Society of the Bill of Rights will bedifiblved in a few Yefterday between nine ten Lerd and Lord behind to decide a quarrel which hap pened between them in the Court of on Lord Cfti was Lord and was Lord When they had taken their attempted to fire but his piltotdfri not go Lord fired but miffed hu Lord then balJi ic which an end to Lord returned home in His car the ball was fooir bat his Lordfcip eaminvies vtery moiningy before Lord to he ioofc leave ofjhu lady and I children in a molt affectionate manner Counfellor Skinner fet off on Monday for Wood for which place he is expedted to be chofen Membcrof ParHimentin the room of Lord who will be returned for Notwithftanding the many affertions to the con there has been no prcffing on the river for fcveral days A large from Rotterdam to WAS loft below thcfiuoyof the on Sunday night furrender the 5th of at fonrinthe aftenxopn each i w dealer and chapman to furfender the ad arid i6th trf and T2th of stfauriiitbe afternoon each at Guild John of the city of rutkr to furreader the awth an3 jift of an4 izth of at eleven in the at the Nagshead tavern in At Oiborne and Joel of the city of ta far rerhier the aod nth of and lath of at At be Bou at J Of F on the d if Fcbnnr e ORtYSlX Thomas eftatt of ajxl A the tenure of to ta the or Mrjohn of of wad THE oi B ATORE the YEAR O i Is in thfc and he Influo taaifc r Prrntsd for Day totrs REASONS for an of the UTf 18 HtNHY V3lR gives to the SiicceHbr in f csfafiaAow tKe Profits from the Day of the Iri a letter ai Country Scld in Cdflle antagonift entered to the ami three in the at th Wine in the fergc Days appointed fcr making the Dividends of Bankrupts Eftatesto of Marfton in thecsntity of and linen the Fe at ten in the at Loud FINAL Dl VlDi CcTett and John of Moor and copart the zdof at ten in the at Lpndoni John Leopold late of tKe 2Oth of Fetn at eleven in the Certificate to be allowed to a Ambrofe Beck with the of guiJfmita and j on orbefore the igth of February JN D O rjDtfffeBger arrived in fawn from ebutfrt wiAjhr this Court We are aflfced with WM delayed ifor about the difference of the two and wliea the Utter wai by of Commons next it M ge will be the The from the eoaft of Labradore to the 24th or 25th of and hasrrotbeea heard of We that will be granted for fome repairs to be made to Eiq is appointed chief clerk to the Comptroller of the Trcsfurers accounts of iis On Monday laft the late Reiflor of was inftf tuted to the ifAory of DunfUns in the vacant bythe late Yeitcrday the Micbaicl Fellow of Trinity in wasinftituted to the united rectories of and void by the promotion of the Winftaniey Yefterday the Henry one of the Minor Canons of by the Lord Bifhop of London Priell in Ordinary to his Majeftys chapel In the room of the late On Monday night two villains got down the area of the houfe next the Mufeum in RuiTel took up the and attempted to take down the buC were fchema Richard Burton Efq to be to the royal regi ment of in the roompf MajorGeneral James And Edward Cole Efqj Major to the faid in the room of At John of tiiMils Ann of that At Efq 10 Bail our Afiabaiia and to William Mtrnber for Stafford At bis houfe in Co far advanced apd mcrabef of Chriit colJegci In Gtoa Thomas boufein Lower Henry the oldell inhabitant of the pariA of Dirtftans in the In Bnd Martha wife of Charles Tfre We of YS HERB SNUFF and fo defervedly encouraged by the is removed from the PAULS to LONDON Cor r KB at LUCGATE where all orders for that commodity wiii be executed with the ufual by the publics much obliged and humble JAMES To thofe who have the care cf Dcntift to her aild the Princefo to that he has from that one principal saufe of of TEETH early in is a ot them when in ths Aata of fcnfiblTthat his ESSENCE of PEARL will net leaft injury to the teeth even in their tsndereft ftate on the is fo very that it will keep the gums of children from being aiTefted with the will preferve the firft teetti from premature and prevent thofe fwelled faces and feyere pains ia the teeth to which they are fo much fubjeft about the time of ilie Iding them j that it will certainly render the fecond teeth ftronger and more confcqoemly contribute very greatly bqiuiy and prefervation of them throughout their vvhok Hvcs He therefore thinki hivnfeif thoroughly warranted in tJking the Jiberty to recommend the irie of his according to the given with as foon as the firft fet of teettr 5s which ii generally about ths age of TheEffonce is fold by Per in near ths bottom of rhe Hay ORA1 The nvas Prirt J RATIO ex HARVEII eatro Regalis MexKorum Feilo Sanih Ab AKTON1O Cbllegii ifi Speedily willbe THE JURYMANS TOUCHSTONE f A RifrVTATjoN of bard Opinion in Crown to all e ENGL By th C E N S ENER Afiad noftros Jura Zt Legem Lcfge non Tettipore T hit Day wdi Price 1 Dy at in ifl the a As U ii with tmwsrtal at Riyal in By the AUTHOR of Da A CATALOGUE of a and ekgant cblteflion of HOOKS inciudinj tffe libraries of the late RICHARD CAVENDISH Efq and levcrd otlrer curioos parcels IStcly market and by oppofite the India inEeidefthaUftreet and no where elfe in Prjce the Ta be peremptorily S O L Furfuam to a decree of the High Court of before Peter Efq one the Mailers of the at his on Monday the nth day of February between the hours of five and fsven in the to two annuities of duringtlie life of the Right Dorothy Dowager died of the age of 77 years and upwards and the other oi during the life of the James of the age of 49 years and upwirds THE MANOR of STOWED L and HAMP in the county of together with the tnaniionlioufe of and feveral tarnii and piccss of land thereunto oi the value in ths whole of 311 or thereabouts late the eftate of the Right John late Lord deceafcd and fituate within about mot miles from 10 from Stew on the miles from and ncir ihe fame diftance from andabcut two all good Particulars of the faid eftate may be had a the Matters To Be entered upon A Capital the feat of the JOHN Efq in ihc panih of in the county of about nine fiorn a and Halltead arid Cog iro each of them wirhio three miles of Cain the houfe is a hzndfome bsick in good with bowwindoys fafhed eontiftinsr ot a very good with large focchcn a fmoak and left for tlis ufs of the tenant 5 a good tbree and a alt waififcetted vary ftaircafsj feveraJ good all and and all j a wfth poppers and proper let rand fixed fcr tiie ufeot the and at a diflancejrom the a very gtood a large The above is a pleafarii with Afa prefent and a rrvaf wich ths about o rr la ad and tncn e H4fer ffte a which a cawd K the and is a royalty ing to For further irvquirs of Htnry ot Cojcheflwj drof John who in a fafnj ftear w anJ Wiil Ihiw the and Rlt At in The fale begins in February ths prices being market fa the in the finl of each talcguea p ay ar place of fae of Pallmall in Mr Piccadilly Richardfon at the RoyalExchange and at Oxford Pike D Lately Price IA NEW of MARTIN LTSTEKV SYNOPSIS CON CHYLIORUMj HISTORY of with the anatomical tables from the the Mufeum at To wfhich are firrt added two irdexes the one being a fyllabus of rar jeaiitfht the other a in the to pi of the W I L M A M Felkwfif TrinUy and Keeper pf the Tlvc indexed may be price printed at tliejCtaiendonpreTs fold by aj Oxford in This Day ivert In Tea Price or 3 7 and by to the Right IanouraWe Arthot Efq wherf Speaker cf the Houft cf rscommended by him from tire Chair j encouraged the Uis and many of the feteirrbers of the and preferi Parliament j DEBATES in the HOUSfiVf from 1767 to never pririred coinpfe hsndin fifty times tiioro of the fecret oOhe triarrail the accounts of tfte jarri tlinij tlidt liAve yet by the ANCHITEL Efq Who was years Member for Cairrrua of fevcral To the PU B The importance of thefe may be ly tiie from rdjfij ti a iisriod ct time for the multturie f wbidi were the variey cftv pro the diverflry of inttrelh which the between aH the ouicriss cf abhor and eiforrs Popwy and afbiirajf the number of plots and cither read or imaginary of at tempts te fet Hiclo the Heir of ilie the expuJiJon of a and die reerhllifhmenc the An of the part which the of borein thufe mornefltous miift naturally fix tV faifs the of tvery of iurtune ia tiie who viejv the graditkis cf fo to and to ttnsyto the h ition is indebred or its honour and its jn but horn n in which ihe fpeajfers at and ie reaclfr is led forward from day to A d from to and enjoys pf all the vitiatiptis of that uftceftaiA thri tJie maturiryof fees colour of party fink ih one yont and rjfein are alfo the above fi from the hiilory of of principal snd in the
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