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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 7, 1771, London, Middlesex                                errcral Evenin L O N DO Price Twoprnce From FEBRUARY 7t to FEBRUARY FEBRUARY FOREIGN JANUARY Y the laft letters from Con we that the revoked the and infixed that trrft all years together with an extra be immediately paid them but the Vifir quieted them again by the help of money and We learn from that the Conful who refides received a courier the ijth Prom with difpatches for the by which the King of England de fires to whether in cafe he fhould be engaged in a war with the Englilh fhips might be to come into the ports of the The Senate that it could not confen to on account of its cQnne6ttofls with Spain and Accordingly the Genoefe have ordered their coafts to be putma good ftite of r rhsr the Dalreije Choifeul has obtained leave to fee the gentlemen in his and that he has a table every day for When the Members of the Parliament were exiled for refuting to comply with the Kings the Firft who was not comprehended in their defired to fubmh to the fame which was granted The King has iflueci letters the zjd of this by which his Mi jefty creates a new The new Court of under the name of the Kbgs fat far the firft in jhe ofual It is divided into The Grand the the and the of a letter from Oo Tuefday laft the Aflembly of this ifland met when his Excellency Governor Tre opened the with a fpeech in which he informs That he direct aft of the to be laid before which he recommends to their moil ferisus confideration and that he doubt not that they will raife for tkefe and other exigencies of go vernment fuch fupplies as they fhali judge necef fary for the honour and fafety of the His Excellency likevife obferved to the that the introduction of an adulterate coin las of late much and if fuftered in prove fatal to the circulation of and tKe trade and credit of this country that he recom mends ir ro their promiling his ctearful concurrence in whatever means their wifJon may to flop the progress of ib pernicUus an Yefterday the Council and Aflembly presented Addrtffes to his Excellency on his in vhich they promife their ready and chearfu compiiince with the matters recommended by his Exceiltncy to their Yefterday Richard Efa or iHil An having appeared in the public au thoriJfed by the wuiow And daughters of the late Samuel affertig that HE never or corrected Tlie HISTORY of Sir WILLIAM or any work under that the editor to the fupport of his own as well as reputitSonof the to repeat tliat what ne has already laid Is literally truj that is dill pvs wherein are majiy of Rkh jrjfvns hints and ob fervations penciled If abovementioned Vadics apprehend that affcniun an injury doubt they nvy receive undoubted by applying to the that all Richardlons arc in their hands if cer tainly upnecevBry in the imbnce that which he revjflJ Irom fiknily he certainly rc dehvcred to the without prefervine any trace of it in his own The piefunt editor of Sir William much too liberalminded to attempt advancing threputation or Xmolument of a by propagating a or impofuion on the public and flatters Rvcrmrdfons defcrvedly high rated as it no frain bv T H j s Y v 7 I A M E R I Lord Chief his feat in the Hmfe of The fame day Efq for the borough oi took the his ieat In the Yeftercay a Courr ot Common Council was held at Guildhall to fettle the fevera Committees for the year At t is meeting the further con fideration of the motion made in the lali Court of the fcverai Magillrates who ftiould back and the Conllables who fhould ex ecute was pciitponed till the next Court of every Member was defired to prepare hinifeli tu give his opinion upjn the fub The petirio ordered at the Court to he pre pared by a tor a free importation of wheat frjni America arid was aii ordired to be figned by the Town grievances before the three eflates of the and fuffer no longer your own by the ufurpal tion of every employment particularly calculated for and applicable to ihe to add diftrefs in the inconveniencies fo great a as ninetenrbs of The In Efqis appointed Agent for the province of Newj to be hgned by me i own in the room of Robert Eiq by a Lommutec to the Hon r houie ot the preient bherirh bein ceafed 1 R L A N 21 Friday night a cabbin near Kilpeacon accidentally took in which were two young women who were burnt to We are informed that the her having fpent a great deal and confiderable fums of in digging tor near and upon Gad near have at length de filled from the fruitlefs v w Wind His 1rudent failed this all the outward Arrived and failed for the Uis from Remain his Majeilys Romnay and Arrivals the following Poits Southampton from from Corke from Dublin and from Newfoundland from from BiVldiford Admiral from Newry from Galway Prince from Philadelphia i and from Oftende from Dover from Jamaica from Liverpoole Afhhurn from Virginia irom Baltimore James and Oporto and Voui New foundland and from NewYork from Viana from preient bhenrrs being Members of There arcjj fail of EaftIndiamen lying at leveralot winch huve near co npieated their are only retarded for want of hards to proceed their The was left well at Thorrass hy a hip that arrived at Jamaica the zotfi of Capaiw of the arrived at from ivljyland on the zoth of parted with she from Maryland ior in fig In of the Capes cf a Capt the LEGISLATORS of multiplicity of unhappy com monly called tfeac continually jult O too frequently of unjufl not ouly particular but the vigilance and jwifdom of the whole mjgillracy at the fame time Sihat it i impofiible for however virtuous and jaftive may either refpccliveiy or in con to remedy ib ilupenduus an Magi ftrates arc inrendJ for the prefervauon of gctd and a due of legal determinations in when the cure they prevent but have no fort oi to act in the fir ft and perform To alone it to take into coniiJratiuii and redrefs this nuiiance a big fuch a compileation of public and pr that was a of mo irci the coinmunity in w yrntr auguft i o alii It VOL in your after fuch expe dients as elredlualiy this grievous for Inch it iuicMy and equal to any by which we be it is necei farv to the fountain frim vlKnce it Need ws wnnder that our cotges are manner or at the impraaicability of raifing men for the exigencies of the when fo many thoufands of thedifgrace of mankind and every fentiment of our fexand are immured behind and permitted indolently to confume their lives in the ignoble employments of ferving pins and aflbrung threads and mcafaring tapes and rib and a thoufand affidulties of equal which could be quite as well performed by a girt ten years old and all this in reality at theexpeoct of the prefent and future of an equal number of well difpofed If thsfe or for they degade event the diiitnfiion of are ioft to flume ftmnM i L that would do honour to yoflr under and and be attended with moil defufivc good mt only to the but particularly to the riling But as this is a very copious and peculiarly I muil beg leave to defer the con clufion of it till another To the and Freciioldeis of the County of rjf AVING accepted an Office which vacates J tlie Jiberry to foilicit your in pcs of ouce nwre obtaining the rime to tlie day of elefHon which will render it im practicable for in I hope thivefare you will if and will favour me e rnd fupport which will ever be urreoil gratitude JL Dtit and Ivnoiir cf or be the me to to ou cf tii wit ackriowlsdcd with a to iherc many bdoubilcL vaiious hive ceruiuly l us gradual ivicreife t in tracing it to is original liall cJifcover rhn the excels cf i principally u vht crmtinued inadver tencies of your in 11 is th th RcSore there were no c cmdiiions uf pc pie to be Tney ke n the coinmm according to thtfir t in thnie iw far tiien as the coiomcnceracnt tos and benefits or Urenth and fex lo ays this evil U2 no of the arts your much And 177 COLLIGNONs LECTURES in ATOMY viil the zlft it the Queens at half the Royal who from with en the out cist It is that his from Newfoundland and Figuera Letcon Baker and from Lifbon and from Hellen and from Kinfale Rof Joycartlt and Two from Philadelphia from Dartmouth from Oporto William and and from and Jofia and from Falmouth His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter is appointed Ranger of the New Foreft in Hamp We heir that filence has been recommended to the fcverai Clerks in all the public as they value their The rage and violence of the populace in Paris have been fo as to occafion an ov commanding all perf ns to and that no two or three mould gather together under pain of military Other accounts that the office it was to open the defign and bufiiuls the new after feveral attempts to obliged to fit down without uttering a and was fo agitated as to burft into a flood of and could not go on whereupon the afTem bly broke not having any por knowing what to and were on their by the It is the general opinion that fouthern borough will be in confequcnce of the malverfation of the majority of its on a late 0 in from London to 14ill ni in t all thit in Lady allegation fhe pleads is of a lewd and vicious life and A young tlie daughter of i in very narrowly l i to death in going into WeJnel day night her drefs which that jt Lcmora in the Parllock was fo tore that rne was obliged to return We hear that on lafr CorneJys was famiiiored oefore the Bench of at the Rotation office in and appeared by Coune Oie was convitteci of having operas per formed at her houfe in contrary to anci paid the penalty of required by the acl of parliament in this cafe made and N O R T H E N C I R C U J Lori and Jvjiice City of SaiurJay March at the Guildhall of the fame day at the caltle of Saturday at the caftle of Wednefdiy the daughter of a farmer near Plailtow in was found hanging in her The caufe of chis rafh adlion was a love The Francis near to the living of in worth near prr vacant by the death or the of which eeneraied the difference in th To COVE R thii at Guineas a the SON of CARtLCSS his dam was out of a J njjjhrcr and was full tj VVsrreni Ie is now tifins is is of a very juft fhape brother in Mood to Grafs fwc vcraivjld colt duf run dt and circumflsnces ot inu the primary introduction of J gave it the universality o nafural effects of I bok bKk for t wai that the ui the arts and to Mifs of The Mr to Mils of Ave in Panton to Mifs of the 1ame pi At Efq fcnior that At hiihoule in George many years a rege of the Back Stairs to her Royal Highnefs the Princeis Dowages of matter of the winevaaks in grocer and tea at the corner of in the wife of Edward Meux Efq of Gat in the Ifle of Lock wife of Thomas Efq of Jofeph Efq only fon TO the late eminent antiquarian of thfit In ex treme wane and in the Kings Bench John who was condemned to be hanged in the year for encouraging a riot at but was afterwards tlnt reircd i and the refinements conCe qusrnt and funfeuuenf to this general that matured brought it to its prefent And as this country has fhared more largely than any other in thefe aJvantigeou5 occur i follows that we mut of courie participate in a greater and proportional degree in iuch mil chiefs as arc connected with and inseparable from But after Co wide a field was opened for the ex crcife of our ingenuity and and we had made fuch advances in human as it appears we ac the time our coniticutional fyliem was framed and irom that period your pre deceffors have beenaware and watchful of and exerredthemVives sgHinit the progrels of this reproachful And it really attoniuYing that an eeil of fuch antiquity and that is io materially prejudicial to the religious and moral incerelts of fhould never hitherto have undergone a If it the only efficacious z judicious diilribution of the various employments in between he two mutt have besn long applied for as is certain irom innumerable the number of lemaes if at icalt equal to the and the latter are as has in cautioufly been to engroU in a manner j every buiincls and lucrative it follows j of courfe that thoufands upon thoufands ot the i former mult or fupport theirilelves by un becoming fir whaever ihc puricarvic and unreflecting may ic is mere occafioned by the neglcd of the iegifliive power towards in the regulation uf their psy and more than tha drives no out of 100 of thele truly unhappy orjeili to publi which may he ealiiy conceived when this plain mattir of facl is bat the rnoft women in any female bulinefsand ronlUnt though fhswork fourteen long hours every earn more than feven hillings a week and not one in fifty that is able and willing can procure work enough whereby to earn this Is it therefore to be wondered in this age of general attacked by the eninaring arti fices of mankind on one and neceflity on the that our ftreets and brothels are filled with thefe pitiable and unfortunate I can conceive to myfelf no greater objiicls of commifferation if not for their for that of the interpofe your refpec tive and united influence bring thefe female T E from 10 to 30 Miles from AGoodaccuftomV VilLLINERsSHdP if in an thgihlc a Sio may be con verted into a A line or direfted to at the Feshers in tUe mentioning what country it is and othir hall be duly at tended To the Improvers of BARREN LAND by P L A N T I N S the Spring of Planting is near at thofe NobkiTKn and Gentlemen tliat have not finifbed their may be furnilhed wich any quainity above a per Spruce Firs in any quantity at S per Larches at per thoufand A All co ton e At the fni3 ice hjd great choice of ai furrj of of all iizes and price av Hoc life Plants WliERl HEREAS JONATHAN BLANCH RtuL in Ui rnh of Aiviftcflc and 20 in and from thence went ro ilvv nd in returned to and in hc frow and 3 LtLn of is iunpofed to have gone c n vie icrvicc of the or he EaiiIndia is or his lecal repre jpy o Jofoph and of he orthey will hear ie l S o ro 1 of of very LOTI In T E N V O L U M E O C T A V By Printed for in the C Bookfcller to ttis YCLOMATHESISi An eafy INTRO LO of the MATHE MA Rein jirvncipally for the inft ucrion of before tluj ciircr upon the more abilrufe arid Jirncult Any of tlit above volumes he had to not chufe to purchafs the Dy iv as 3 8 Comlete BOOK of C variety oi Pfal n and to he in four as mot I me rhe voices in country churches nn eafy introd givine you ujruc demonftration of the grounds of with a true method cf M ihe b tninfpofitio how to prJvc tliem by flats or The FIFTH with ADD1TIO Set forth and correiteo by j A M E S EVi Printed by R in near Hafpital and fold by Avemary tMi cat   

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