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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 2, 1771, London, Middlesex                                i L O O Price Twopence From S A T FKBRJARY toT U E S D A FEBRUARY FEBRUARY framtbt LONDON JANUARY preferit and rife of the water j encfeafes fesrs for the backs of the rivers Leek aed is in both rivers the ice has accumu lated itfelf fo much as to obftruft their courfe and gives of very confiderabie This day the Savage NafTau had the honour to kifs his Mhjdtys hand on being appointed one ofthe principal Clerks of his Majeitys Board of Green At the Superior Coart of now holding at came ott the trial of eight foldiers belonging to the 29 wrHo flood mtlifted for the murder of the feveral perfons on the 5th of March by ficuig their jjuns in Kirigftreel the examination of wnnefles took up five the Counlel for the Crown and for the prilbners held about two days Wednefday the honourable Court fammed up the when the Jury brought in their two of the foldiers of Man the other fix not The two for mer were recommitted to and the fix were The two foldiers as have fince been branded in the hand in open and dif lj At the Superior Court heId in this town Uft Wednefday came on the trial of Edward Efq an Olacer of the John Notary Hammond Green and Thomas who had been charged with firing guns out of the Cuflotnhouic m the 5th of and ijadidkd by the Grand Jury for the murder of thoe perfons that were killed at that and fer which were After a few hoars trul they I F N vv rii Arrived aiil failed1 to do I faid myfelf appointed a in gle perfon to the com and that fingte perfon happens to be my own nephew he therefore tfiake roorri for joijr recommendation j for at ihe fame time that i would pay all poffible reverence to your I should on no conflJeratioH either my pclitenefs or my redlitude in my irnercourfe with the reft of TKa Bill it is now will be di vided into two The partizanS of Wiikes are to remain at the Lnndun On Fiidayat a very full Co mini a PC nf a certain the petition for leave to embank Durham was Ic appears by the ahtracls of the accounts laid by the BlackFriars Bridge before the Court of the of j that the fum of 3 paid to the ftveral artificers in the brijge i D u oc F the fum ot for arching and fiiing up F cetdi and making the way from Fierrilrccrt ro he ground in the parifh of Ciuilt Sarry for piling the of the leverai piers for the tlnre at the and for and temporary bridge which being the expence of tie building the bnd U lod and was cvrnpo ten years and three r ni being empfoyed by the City for which his falary for 35 and his I appear alfo by the frfid pairs of amnuned to which the ArciiitecU and Surveyors on the Artificers biiis and one per pu and wa ven years and nine months in for whici the Parliament for and procuring the fcveral rcquifnc from the year 173 to the fum or and the perlon in the chs riavirio ftolen two of new un iai two piiceo ot mark on one of them is a 8w The three Ial named offenders vere Hopped Filday nffcmig the laid goods To Vvbich are fuppofed to be lljlen either edit of fome cat or On Saturday morning hft the Union coftec near was broke the with lorrie hlirer and hafpence in lihewife leveral tablefp were carried Tuefday lad a well d re was de teffed Dealing oiit of the hop of in Holborn he was connt iued to to prevent arty farther he hanged APPOINTED Captain of a company in the 6th regiment ot Peter Dun Captain of a company in the rth regi ment ot and Walter fcccsei him a Lieuienaiuin ihe aid James Efq Captain of a com pary in the regiment oi Robert liq Captain oi a company in liic 61 ft regimeni of i bo MARRIED George Efq of to a widow of be Iron manufactory to Mifs of only daugher of of St Cemenis church Pecr of Well to Mifs Amelia of the fane Ac John fon of Thomas of tnat E q to Mifs Su iannah of the fame Pccer doi John il pinili ot Ailii ilbws Ljn i nisrchant j to f Uit6ih Snd loth f at tour in the etch at Guitdtialig in Wirktariej Roion Kill til wirelioufemJn f th tour in the aijH l6tiijf at ttfn in the 1 in Robert oi the of fcorge HnnoVef in coal iruruhani 10 lurrendar ihe at five in f r tlit j6th ftur in ths and lotii of it five ihe in fohrv Henry cf I ifilh in the n h at J hn of in the county of Hunring fjmmoiibrewcr 0 furreaoer the 6rhi and 14th ind lolh of u lour in iie iifternoon 5 H I F N vv Wind blows bis Majtftys hips Cerbeius and Sailed ieflys Glafgovtfto tbe fjr the the Triilrain from Rhcdjhla from Nantucket Thoinai and Ki from Gibraltar and from blows Came down and remain wijh his iVsjcftys fltrps Rumney and and fhips as lor pMa for Nevi for Gibraltar and for PhiU Aitwed and failed for Hie rivcr die from Carolina j Royal Ncoi3 Boilon aad Late the Arrival ar the following Poits Driftcl from and from Lifhon Young from Newfound Boilcn from Brillot and from Venice Dublin from Philadelphia Cadiz and Lady from from In the Downs irom RhodeIflarid fiott Limerick from The letter dated relative to warlike prepaf aiions pf the which was fent to the mafter of Lloyds coffeehoufe in Lom bardllreet on dated from the Admi and inferted in Saturdays proves to be and an impolition en the mailer of as it was rot fent to him from the Aduii Friday night the Speikerof the Lower Aflembly received a from Ins My to attend him at the where he continued for On Saturday the Right Lord North was an Eider Brother the Corporation uf in the room the Right Gsorge deceaffd aiterwards his Lord gave an elegant the Kings AriTjs tavern in at vvere prefent leveral of the Nobjiuy and perfons of moraing tlie by fcyeral geijdeflven Baliol in Chancellor with com from that upon his promotion his having education in that On Wednefday laft Richard Kq of late Fellow Commoner pi Member of Parliament in vyae nied in Senate to Lord Chief De in Parliament lor and it is expcded he will be Otr the being conferred on J fiis the of thought tfiough to Mtcprrtmehd a ratters o Cumptroiler to ILJ the or i i the in venters ot and ufed in bufinefs fu There had accordii e and ciuiv of t fsid and received gratuiies to e feveral engines work all which donefor to the above on the 70000 load of ruSbifn laid on the nrurn on the Surry ilJeol towards making the new road frmm thence by the hofpital to the in order to give it a folidicy before gra By the faid it alb that the tolls received by the tempjisry paid the intereil money to thj Wartrmens and the of for th and th for a of p returned arhoii polite H His a the appointments were only already hirat as but one way with thj J i a tl I C i 1 3 i f i W i i 11 i v i t i T added to the building fund um of i t The nun of from is arrived The beginning of lall whan a poor wnrrnn was called to give evidence in a great adembly in he began her depofitions by telling the that fhe was a poor woman who had four and that they had neither father nor mother excem her Extraflcf a letter from Oa Saturday the 6ih a moft dread ful fire broke out at fix in the in the gar ret of a houfe at the top of the Old in the lonebuildings fronting the Lawn in this which continued burning wnh great violence till next when ail that houfe was burnt tothe notwkhftxnding the un diligence and afliduity that were ufed to prevent both the firemen and by who vemured their lives to flop the which threatened deilrudlion to all the buildings adjoin ing and by truir extraordinary they faved entirely a range of houfes of and contigxnus to the Seven or eight families of the fort were burnt be fides the Several of the people tha afliiled in extinguiihing the fire are much more courageous than burnt rViag ill in confederation of the great iervices done by federal of the people have conferred marks of eftecm upon and on others the degree of burglttrrfhip of the Laft Saturday one of the Parifh Officers of 8tv obferving a chimneyfweeper wandering about the ilreets in 3 Itarving sfter afking hiin fome and finding he had been humanelytook him to the Lord Mayor when the boy informed his that a few days before his mailer ordered him ip n chimney on which was fo hot that his and wire and he was obliged to come idown wiihiuf doirig the baftnefs for which his maiier tied his hands beat in acruel and then turned him out uF ndlie been almoft ever fince inwant of every necef of His Lordlhip fent the paOr boy to Bartholomews and ordered enquiry to be made after he Committed from the PublicofKcCin during the courfe other vfifc and Elizabeth for being con cerned in breaking open ttie hottife Grcen fieJdj in and ftealing a great of tiBeji John Tor knowingy better threatening tq kill artd fiopder Wtlffam William John en of Efq uf to of DIED At houfe on E At houfe one of anna in H the Clektof the maiier of the ivlu in Liquor pariih clerk of iicn Pauls At an oilman At liis houle in New Thomas At In houfe in ot a Iroke ot che Secretary to the Eriilli tie lived to the oT and pent his life in the conilant exertion and has leH an jlable and intny who wiI At his houfi in aged Eq 10 Bard fif Green Ac her houfe in From tbe LONDON AVERAGE PRICES f COR From January of in he of juhn in Su to and iSlh imh a in ihe fafenooft at Samutl ct in MiJJleftx ol thefarac pi and Ndthun ot the uiJ and j to bz fuh and and i6h ot at tour in the afrc eih a appointed tor making the Dividends tu Francis ot in upholftcrcr j the icih a ten in the atGuii3 of in grocer tha 4th of at ihcc in the st the fign ef tltii Goitien in in Geurgi latuof in the 26 h nt thrto in the at live Bulls Head t John Robert and Alexander ot snii paineis ihe 2311 at eleven in the ai CuUd I of in innholderj the Zjd Lur in the at Lon John lateof the u live in ihe at By th C O Lcii to j WINCH L s T L R Buihel of Eight None UNTIES I Grcrue of in b tilt at in he siie At j j ihom is f milJsr th at ten in he at F i N A L D I D N O to p John ThornsS i or cf ili cf in Mii tei o the ijd init 1 ct pnri ncr wiifi afio Giijiaierj ot the rr bt rorc z iht cltv on or e fore die of cf South cf Urfore cne ui in p riih of vjr j or Lcfore C O Cumberkndj VVethnur Somei 6 6 5 6 6 5 5 S c J 1 4 4 4 5 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 4 4 5 3 ro 10 2 I 1 Z 9 i I 9 o 5 3 3 i 5 2 4 I 4 4 3 b j 8 9 11 y 9 4 3 7 9 M 3 i 4 4 5 r i 10 VV I J 3 3 4 4 3 3 9 i 3 3 3 A i 1 j j i I 1 i C 1 u 3 3 4 3 5 3 J 1 A S i 2 j ro I 2 rs I 2 1C NortK South Wae C E N E R per 5 c Quarter 43 4 A 4 3 A L 3 L E 7 5 A 11 J1 1 J J J i 1 1C S V 1 1 9 10 o i j 4 9 1C 9 11 10 o ii 11 3 iO 10 A 7 7 0 4 7 o 4 R I V ii L E OT 1 U i is Thac a meeting ot i nu on IJB oay ol February at tea n Jii ck in BFN to the lo V E R A G 9 3 o in S 4 j 3 3 26 5 4 6 U S 2 4 S i C O T L A N IX Returns thenuj Ly Authority of WILLIAM of May in ihepanfhof in to furrsnder the 13 and ifitll of at ten in the forenoon etch ar ihefign of xhe in the town borough Chic ping in in Chipping Thonui jvwpb of in the citjr of winecoerchant 5 to iurriiftdeT the 13th at the 6ih and of at tfe in the K A N N L 1 Y 1 S on I V E fii Tuiilees a rip bv of an ail ot jj i ilic ot rlic KivEK IVtun the vn ui 10 riev j do lictiiy they to n ths fhv s aiicl dulicrs Kliiju by ill t if hy W on un the Tc periiftui undei the age O 50 at 14 ye iri to of tic wf jj aiJ under thu age ul b j 2 Veins to of the age of 60 o yeaiJ P Any lo purchafb any fecurtd as are tiriirtj 0 at at the Clerk to thtf bid at boolCi will be kept for are to commtrnce fmin the paying pay ible j 10 Hit dii fjid act i No ic more to be CLrk to To be S U L Purfuant to i clecrct tc our of before Peter uiie ol Mnters of the laid at ills m en iy llit i ui cf tlie oj ino fvcn n Suhjttft to iwo one ji 550 irx Jiie oi the Dorothy Ciitd of ot 77 auf upward and tha Other of Jife oi lilt Q1 the oi 4i and HAMP in the o vijih the c 1 of land tlitrtunto ci or vr rrs whole o cr there Jite th t UKHS John i hj Lorti iieo andi within v fron 10 StOrf on the 11 irom r ni ai 3001 of b at the This i ay was fvklijhrds Pricf 6 AN a CONTRAST B anci METHODISM of fileiit is am ji an addrtft to rcic at rrtn By JOHANNES C A T H O L T C U printed by Ptre and   

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