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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 5, 1771, London, Middlesex L 6 wopence From FsuaruARr FEBRUARY S H I P N E W the and GoodJn for Pooie j Ma for by the John and for Denia from Oporto Friend from Barcelona from Nan tuctertt from Leghorn ftom Soiyrna fr jm Rhodeinand from NorthCarolina from SeviUe from SoutH Carolina and from Virginia and Arrivals at the following Ports Liverpeole from tlte Grenades and Duke of from and Nimble Nine from and Sun from Ann and Le from from Tingmouth from Penzance from Oporto from Admiral from Phita Grtnades from London from Africa and Induftrious from PftVer Prince ftom Cadiz Fanny from Mary and and from Zant and An Briftol i from Madeira and from Genoa from from LQ N D O It is faid the following queftioos were moved for by Lord in the Upper to be pot to the Judges ia confideratioa of the Imperial Crown of this realm can koJd any terri or thereunto other wife than in Sovereignty Whether the or inftru for reftitudon of the or calhd to be made bythe Catholic King to his a of right ol very or ftipnladng fuch can be or carried into without dero gating from the maxim of law before referred touching the inherent and effential dignity of the crown of GreatBritain After ah ihterefting de in which Lord the Dukes of R ami and Lord Chm it was carried in the 69 to Moft of the Judges hearing a quefliun of law VMS to be moved by Lord and being carious to know its We hear that the of is to make motion in the Upper Affembly on Friday It is faid that on Monday next a motion will be made by Sir William toadd a claufe to the Nullum Tempos Yefterday the call of a great aflembty was telwo tha nrcrc and are to be called over again on Tuefday Lord we are within thcfe few in the prefence of a great that if we keep up the intended aug mentation by fea and he wilt infure a peace to England for twenty years to againft the united force of all On Monday Lord Ducie took he oaths and his in the Houfe of Yefterday Sir Nicholas defied Member for the county of in the room of the late Efq took the oaths and his feat in the Houfe of It is fard that the Duke of Rutland is fo dange roafly that his life is defpaired We hear that the Earl of Stamford lays dange rouky at his feat at Enville in who has for forne months paft been in the ifland of fettling by virtue of t comroiffion from the King the difputes between the Magillrates and people of that is juft returned from Three of the Judges of the Court Royal Charleg Daniel Efq and James Efq have procured hisMajeftys permiffion to refign their on account of advanced age and ill ftate of health and his Majefty in confidera tion of their long been pleafed to grant to thofe during their the continu ance of thofe privileges and diftincYions wMch be Jong to thofe And Joflxua David the elefted to fucceed His Majeftys hip the Pearl is arrived Ply mouth from with an The ad vice brought by this fhip is as folbws that the have an army of men encamped in their lines at the and army of the fawe force at Santa TbeJofepiraml Betfey For ftruck on funken rocjcoff Martins head iri and totally Thfi excepr one The is on hore The from st afterhavrag fart of btr cargo The Carr from Looi to was loft oathe Horn aVfr Ibme of rite aiatemh of be T SD A 1771 of the brigantini of William bound from Briftol to laden with pig Was ftranded tt near in Corn wall great part of her materials are but the veffel is funk about three feet in the and believed to be broken in the On Monday Lord was produced in the Biftop ciy of the and twelve yi le tftsanStfBj at the Buihtavcrji in Thorns late of Loindouy wine lie of in the afrGuildttalL FryAL Certificates to be allowed tt Edward the city of oh or btefore the Lewis of on or before the of Londons and gave in arrfwers to Lady A certain fays a correfpon dent who has for fome years paftamuied the world with many political appliedlately to his the of the fome additional reward for his long and faithful feWices to the date when his however incre dible it may without the leaft prspofed him to fucceed to the vacant Mft rfhip of the The Bnchrs of that feminary our correfpondent no foouer were informed of this than they drew up which was prefented to and is ftill thought to be under his Lordfhips confedera A letter from Nicat in dated the 24th of with great difficulty I get for never was the like quantity of fnow feen in Cornwall before the Coroner has been fetched to feven men in a day found dead under and there is not yet any paffing the Weftern places of that part of A letter from dated It is currently reported that moft of the officers of the Wihfhire militia have reSgned rheir being difgufted at a late Yefterday a poor woman had the misfortune to be run over by a iu Tottenham which ftripped the flefh off both her and fractured one in a moft fhocking manner fhe was immediately carried to the Middlefex What is he had a child in her which received no On Taefday was apprehended in Black one Jofeph otherwife who fome time fince efcaped out of Bridewell in the bo rough of charged wuh returning from and alfo with having committed feveral burglariss fince his It appears offender was tranfported inthe year and upwards time that fibuHfbfj been his conffaiu Yelterday the lady of the I was fafely delivered of a fon and in New Samuel Captain of a company in the firft re William Efqj in the fecund troop of Bowyer tutor to the Marquis of eldfift fon Jo Duke o to th S win and in alfo appointed Chaplain to his of the late Richard Fellow of Chrift college in C r be one of the Preachers at his Mnjelr in the the The William isre of Johns to the living of i in void by At Hanover by the Mafter of Baliol Oxford Efq eldeft fon of the Right Sir Edward to Mifs CafTsndra youngeft daughter of the late Sir Ewvard of Ambrofden in Ox of to relief of the late Richard of in to Mifs Elizabeth of wife df Hoi an eminent merchant in At the Charles who for many years commanded the fhip in the Turkey trade after the taking of he made feveral with great to that ifland and at the conclufion of the laft war bought a very fine eftate in the ifland of where he greatly lamented by his family and John who for many years commanded the Dantzick in the At his feat at in Richard Efq many years in the com miffion of the peace for the faid Robert a Cojleftor belonging to the New River Edward many years a publican at Lowlayton in George of Great in the county of Not to furremkr the a6th andayth and jgth of it fourinths at ihe Wrcftlers in in of in the pariih of to furrender the J4th I9th igthof at ten iri the at inDuve tRobert late of in thte parifh of Clefhent in to furrenderthe in the the trfe inftant and of at ten in art DaysAppointed for making rhe Backrspts J tatc of CbicheftriMn cbuiity the cjith inftaat at fix in ihs afteizfloay at JACOB HE DENTIST to her and the Princefs begs leave to recommend to the discovered ESSENCE of PEARL and DENTRIFICE which has found to greatly not only in but aKo in to any thing hitherto made nfe of for com plaints of the TEETH and GUMS they will preferve the Teeth in a perfeft found even to old age tfcey render them white and without in the leaft impairing the enamel faften fuch as are keep fuch as are already decayed from becoming prevent rftfl perfedtly cure the SCURVY in the and make them grow firm and cJofe to the Teeth they likewif render the Ireath delicately remedy almoft ail tfiofe difcrders that the of Scorbutic sppointmetit of Henset whslefale ahd in near fhe bottom ot the Haymarket j fold alfo retail hy oppofite the in and ni where elfe in Price z Off the THE in the fervice of Briftol within thefe three yifcars oriowatedj with jz carriafe iz jSferced 18 carnage guns and upwards of ahd a feetin the walte ihe is a prime will or efpecially for the Guiney ttade has lately had a cornplete outfet at and her materials are in good a condition that fee for fome years with i trifling The lale will be held in the LongReotn of the Ct Houfe at on Friday the ift of March being obliged to be poftponed to that An inventory of her may be ffien at Mepiers in the CurtomHoufe and on board the now lying at the near the One third part of the parchafemoney to be paid and re mainder in fix days after the otherwife the earneft be aftd the vefTel again ro By order of the To the and Freeholders of the County of HAVING accepted an Office which vacates my Seat in I take cfie liberty to follicrt your votes and hopes of once more obtaining the hnnour of becoming your The fhcrtnefs ef the time to the day of election which will be on the inrtant will render it impracticable for me to apply to you in perfon I hope therefore you will admit of this method of and will favour me with your countenance and fupport which will ever bo with the urmoft eiatitudo your much And moft obcdisnt RODE away from his on the z8th of January on a brightbay four years 14 hands fuppofed to be gone for JOHN fon of John of in the county of Sergeimker aged about r3 fair ftout with flaxen hair had on a rough drab blue black greafj buff and a new pair of If the John Warren will return he ftiall be kindly received or if any perfon will ftop him and his and fend a letter te his at Stowey or to William at the SaracensHead inn in Friday they fhall be fatisfied for their i Tbis Day j In Two price THE aDRAMATJCf Printed for in This Day ivat Price THE JURYMANs TOUCHSTONE A full Refuation of Lord MANSFIELDS LAWLESS Opinion in Crown By the CENSOR Sold at This Day was Price AN ES6AY towards a CONTRAST between QUAKERISM and Wherein the myftery of filent meetings is coafidered and ia an addrefs to thofe of both By JOHANNES C A T H 0 L I C printed by Pipe 2nd fold by Payis will be Trio One THE BOOK of A A new drefs fometimes makes aa old crutfe more Printed for at in faufS Of whom may be price i 6 the 7tii of The A By Oliver A NOVEL publifhed under the title of TheHiitory of WILLIAM i r is to chafl at R in at Guineas and rive ths SON of CARELESS his dam was out of a cijughtir of che Norch and was full V Warrens He s now lifmg ii ramc one inch is of a very juft fliape e is full brother in blood to his Grace colt that run at APOLLO 7 ILL will Cover Mares this feafon at the Duke of at Goodwood in cr Three Guineas and d Crown the Good grafa for mares ut three iTiillings a Apollo was got by his dam by his ijrandeUm by his greatgranddam by the Bald He was bred by Cuthbert Efq and was after property of Jennjfon Efq in whofe he won at four yenrs old the great fweepfiakes at Huntingdon at five years he beat the Duke of Cumberlands Dapper for 500 won at Ipf at asH the roo guineas at Bur forrl at iixjears old he the Kinds at VVin ani in the fprirg fol lowing at Apoilo is 15 iiands remarkably ftrong and perfeclly and free from all T R u R CORNWALL a proper and well tor the cnre of the GRAMMAR SCHOOL this borough which has numerous and upwards of 40 years lat under the cars ot tiie now grown in and chafes to at The fchoollioufe is regularly very and well feated with a good library of c and and a gailery in ihe church to ihe ufs of rjie TJre fettled on the fchool b 25 psr annum as an encouragement to any fuch eantleman inclined to offer himfelf as a mlfler for the the Mayor and Corporation of Truro will to make the income iiicludinj the foundation and the profits of the fchool and if the gentleman would take the trouble of boarding his i will make the itation more A Layman would be than a as the care of the fchoul will be equal alj his Truro is as pleafant and wellbuilt town as any in the welt of and lies on a navigable near the centre of the county where are exceeding good fchools for teaching mer There are alfo of a year fettled at Kxeter college on young gentlemen educated at Truro Any gendeman inclinable may he further treated by applying to the Mayor of or 177 w o R K faid to be revifcd and corrafted by lie 1 author of Sir Charl9 To prevent aay impofitiyn art ry die widow aod Kicharrlfon to that he never evife1 i fuch work all h G are inthe hands of hi widows y and that no perfon has a right to pubKfh ny rrw under his without This Day Prise 6 AN ESSAY tovhrds publiftiing a SYNOPSIS the GENERAL PRACTICE of PHVSICk Tranflated from the Latin of JOSEPH QJiieC Phyfieian ro the Royal Fainly of By T O M L I NT S 6 including an or rrteXicaf Ijooks in England in the years 1769 j in crre price RON W O R To be Arid enterd on at Michaslmas FURNACES JL together with all ihuated on the fame ftream very commodjoully to and mart particularlyfo for the immediate and expeditious difpatch of orders from to which they are nearer than any works of the kind in being diftant 26 on an excellently good turnpikeroad the contiguous country abounding with the ehoioeft irpn and woods with or without and prefent tenants are now and have occupied and ail the pfemhTes ftff feveral latt faft and have covenanted to with ali their apyeii in good r particulars nar EaftCrHtfie3y Price and AdornLtJ with E fn Two A Attempted the in the manner Death of AbeL Printed for in Ffifteflane j and folrf by in Pallmall and the corner cf LurigatsftredL Where may he aifo adcrnd with in i price c The Death of pice 3 his Da piiblifitd Price or 6 titchcd CHRISTIAN MINISTERS REASONS JL for BAPTIZING for the ordinance by Cprinkling or of By STEP N A D N G T O Ke ihaJl fprinkle many Printed for in PacprnoOerrow and the at in mav be by the fame The Youths Geographical Eufebes to Phileftus a feries of letters from a to his on a devout and life pries 35 This was Price C in A Familiar and PRACTICE ot iiluftMtecf with many By JOSEPH Printed for J Pauls ChurciiyarcV be byth fame A Chart of Biograpfy a afi of rrhj a of all the names in farced in it a new corrsfted and enlareerf price vievf of principal rsvolutinns that taken place in the with a nrjfcribing dnd conrainjig an eiitome j 6 And orher Dfy war publifitd in Pkc s s in S E C O N D VOLUME JEMOIRSof anc OECONOMICAL By ROBERT p 0 S S I fuch infehed Printed oypafite Catharine in Bookfelicr to his Where may The Volurrej in U
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