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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 9, 1771, London, Middlesex ni L Price From FEBRUARY to E S D A Yi FEBRUARY FEBRUARY tbt LONDON FEBRUART HIS tbe called L had tfie to kifs tjie 4n berng appointed Vide Chambedam to his Ma the day of Tel 7 711 The mcft excellent Majefty in This day the Right John Monugu J7om Jnonly called Vifceunt ViceCham fcerlain of his Maieftys and Sfr William Ik Lord Chief Jufticeof his Majcilys of by his Majeftys fworn of his Majeftys moft Honour and took their places the In frrfbtyta T Sir Wm of of of of John of Camb and Hunt Chriftopher of Trump John of ofElford John of Wm of of or of Sir Chaudois of Ware Daniel of Lebbeus ofKibwortU of Charles ot Lrttle Sir William ofCour William of of of of JcrMi of Thomas Coward the of Thomas of John Frefton of County of of Eaft Thomas of Sir of Lemington Edmund of of Sir Griffith of Marrftaduke of Vaughan of Lewis of oh of Charles of NORTH Paul of Plas Rice of Coed Johd of GroeSj Thomas of of John of Yellerday morning Sir Andrew Knight of the his Critannick Ma jeftys Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at his who liad been for fome months paft in in a bad late of died lure greatly lamented during many years gained the eiieem of ail ranks of S H 1 H N E w Wind blows Remain his Romney and blows Came down and the Duke of ibr Piy Remaln ihe Rodney and ratted by the Prince from Arrivals at the following Ports fiom Malaya joim and from Rotterdam and Prince oi Hanj from Cprke from PoTtfrnomh Briftol from Old CaDabar At the Grenades from Htwioundland j and from Tcfharo from Gibraltar i from from viio are nj Pjre ir Any vsever the ot n their two io 5 The the L O N D O A laid before the for 05 whjvh is under We are informed that a corrcfpondenpe is up berween the King of Pruffia and che Earl of Upon the call of the Houfe on Tuefday 474 Members were and iheir 11 were and ordered to on Tuef dy 49 could nor attend oa account of ig were 5 had not yet taken iheir feats fince their eleflioru 558 The number of Members of ike Houfe of On account of Parliament hiving determined n favour of the Durhamyard city is excloded the of the which valued at twenty which offered by the of the faid buildings be fore application was madd to of a letter The laft letters Vienna confirm the accounts we have icceivtr from fhat there no longer any fims uf pHfliing a peace the Turksand fians ihe Grand Sailor having as inaccepuble ihe conditions prapofed by the Court of is affured to be as follows 11 The liberty of a free navigation m the The ceffnn of ail 1 n The ul ihe Tanar longer to be fubjedt to Octoa v The cefiion ot M and whicn Ruffians da not intend but vvijl ransier i veign Princes who arc uut mcnc cf 20 millioiis u Ruffians me expense tney have been a ua account ot me pefcnt Thjfe demanrii un the par of Ruflia fe eaf peraced the Grand that he rqefted them with dilda denrnnsd to ntk another csm 10 the army in fhefe letters tliu ttiree camps are to be foritied ntxt one ano tlier near ard the third between Baden and Pert in tnc of it is is m coiifiUnf uetween 40 with a propnrtiunable rrain of artillery from ffll which it is mat the Erapref Queen has fome itroke in at prefenc it is not On Thurfday the fhip in the governments failed frofh the Downs wiili d reinforcement ot troops and warlike for John Sytnons is appointed to the command of the NorthumberlaiHimajvof irj the rcaornof Extra3 ef a frzm 14 Having a few moEients I take up my pen to inform you of an happened a fhort time ago at a genne mao of that a negro whom he had a particular naiied ba happening to do foinething to dfplcafe Hall had him flogged this irritated the With fome mote of his nation bfote into Halls ana having him in many left him Tuelvegro then caufed an infurceclion of the and again entered his malltrs rom Hall hearing him had he prefence of mind to Dloody his own and lie as if Sandy then near him with a and putting itto Halls faid he would fee if he was Hail bore it tor fome but was at lalt forced to upon which the villain gave him on the and leu but not By this time the neighbouring ellates had the alargj but fa injudicious were that hey had not provided themfeves wicli fo that they wgre to run for them to thole who had in late things remained when our laft advices came Some of the out ut have ddtroyed and Melville kas ient up twenty fuldiers from this iiland to the ajELlance of the A correfpondcnt informs as the fix lines in our paper on Saturday may before all ihe iHBmpany left the have been put en the caffin at Cornelyss Wednefday laft but he affures us when it lay on the fopha up flairs early in the he himicit copied from lid the following this mortal here Same good old Chriftian viitacs left behind Which to a finful town were thas bequeaiud Ere its lad orlfona the fpirit My give the Bill of My give it al to Whites Hayess Haram and the Coterie I in equai my modefty Item give to rakes and reigning beauties A ikift regard for chafte doineilic Accept ye hotbraind I An artlels zeal for truth in decent I leave to and Hs dancing of what befits each ftage of ia virgin while my fieih and bones and ponpons Tnat placd at Cornelyo I tbcre the he5lic maid harmonic routs and midnight lieUilbrfland1 mould foon a A iho Mafquerjrle on Wednefday a very defuous of looking a ladys and sttetppted to draw it on one Tbe gentleman who was with the lady afked ihe what he by his prefumption that fcKrfitg with the Jadjvhe was her protestor 5 and if he rtiould refeni it iliat He knew the Ots herfclf wobjd not dijpleafed bis her and therefore he was determined to fee The fadys friend inwnediatelvfbok off his andJDld the that hi might kndiv bis ond uuhtre o fnd Inrn and that he irvfifted on meeting him wherever he pleafed to To which the ahfwer returned iuat a direSl flap on the which caufed imme diafe confufidn in the and the gentlemen were taken into another faid the affair was afterwards made upj by the iaterpoQiion of On Saturday laft upwards of twenty filherrgen appeared before the Right the Lord and that he would be pleafed to the taws relative to the nfhcry in the river Thames into mofl flrift execution j acquainted Lordshipthey were thoroughly Convinced of tte eftlfls of deftroying the fry of vvhich fiU the year aJjnoft ruined their bufiriefs and f the tkat the thm exerting the sj only reiTucedthe price of iQi one but Jikavvife enabled to Uvcand fupport their in a by thrir Lufiriei but that lately the pernicious prac tice was again by a few unthinking and which muit be followed by the without the inteFpofuion of his whom they afiili to utmoftof their and gave informations againft who they faid were at that time fifhing unlawfully in the river upSn which his Lnrdfhip difpatched the Water Bailiff 15 queit of thofe and alfo he thought it his indifpenfjble duty to do every thing in his as Conservator of the river to fo falutary a both to them and the as the prefervation ot the brood of jfifh that the fole uie and intent of Ma jeRracy is the good of the and on of hismoft necclTary is the keep ing down the price of which he had coultantly in Laft Thurfday evening Alderman Wiikes and feveral of the CommonCouncimen of Far ringdon Ward had a meeting at the Globe tavern in when feveral publick hiufei were prefcnted aa hy harbouring common proftitutes and other diforderly for which the names of the keepers of them were sroffied that licenfe for the future may not be granted to ihern and two orher perfons for fuffer ing fkittleplaying were likewife fcraxched report of three houfes having been burnt downin on has no foundation in On Saturday a named the laden witli lying off and both fhipaud cargo were On Thurfday lart a hoar was in the Downs going from the iaan of and iour men and a woman were the reft were iaved the Deal boats and the next day a boat from the Romney man of war was anJ only five men Ou Friday morning lady of William Eiq delivered of a fon at his houfe on Tiywfday Samuel of Johns and John Phillip de Phyfician at in were elected Fellsws of the Society of On Thurfday the Hey ft am was infti tuted to the rettery of Munden iu void by The William Chaplain to the Earl of Minor Canon of and one of the Gentlerneh of his Majedys Chape en prsfcjnteJ by the Deun and Chapter of to ths vicarage of liorn in The Robert Mark reftov of to Mils of Richard Efq of to a widow of New Bondftrre At of that to Mifs tfldeft daughter of In the Right Arthur Vifcount Dancannon his LorJihip i fucceedcd by his only fan born in De cember Ac his houfe in Councilor only fon of Samuel of and fonin law to Bever g At in Thorris At a Change hopfaftor in the In groom of the chambers to his or to furrender the and yth aad ot at the arKrnoon cadi at Ar torneVj in partners j to furrcnder Uie lid at in thrt ijd ot ar foul1 in the at Callagtian ot in the city of 5 UjfurrenJer ttje at foutvft and i Jd of at in tfefc at Nitrhohs of fitter to funcudcr the nth and igth nftd of ai fnu in the afternoon each at Attor Henry George late in the city ot poulterer nth and jpth at ten vorenoon each at rulj Cafile of the pariJh rf Andrew in merchant thei4thand 25th atten in the and the of at four in fhe in Chirks laic of mfTchinti jo furreccier the and 2 and the df tsn in the forenoon each at Days appointed for making the iHvidenJs of Bankrupts Eftates to Thorrjas of He ed of at ten in trie at the grtk four ia the aternooD7 ar Londort Joim Dod late cf merchint 5 the of at ten in the at FINAL Certificate to be ailotfed to a Robert how or late of thi parifh of vvuhn ihe in merchafitj on or before the 2i of Frtm the LONDON AVERAGE PRICES of From to January By the StunJard WINCHESTER Oats Abraham of in merchant to and ar two in the in Man in Mancherter James of in to furnrrdcr the iqrh and aSlh and z jJ of ar throe in ih afternoon each at BerJons coiTeshoufe in the y 01 in Uc of Mile in but now of and Soloraoo late of i jncrcharits and Bufhel of COUNTI N Middle COUNTI Uurharrij 4 N7orth South Wales Eufl 5 r Quartir 43 GENERAL Rerurns frsm thence not Vubiiihsd by v Auliority of WILLIAM To the and Freeholder of the ci AVING accepted an Office which vacates roy in 1 Ijbeny to foHkifyeur hopes of odce obtaining vhe honour oi ycur Tlie hcrtnefs tif the tims to te day of will on the i6th inrtant wilt it im nflicable fT ntc to apply to you in pcrfon lupe therefore you oi nifthod of nni will favour me with your and fupport will ever ba acknovvicigvd witli the urnok And moil The R A T 1 0 N A L A N U T V S U C I T V a new nil it IK far of JiJ tS of in Great the in ihe ihe Britiih Fstttories in upon a pLn incnittfta ly is at preterit hciJ a the IvirtgsArnii in where die rnsst every NVtOncid y at tix aivJ till either upon the cither with or withcxn confident that ihii inforesto in The nnd well iecured by this payable without any de ng the of the to f taicc place at of fry as to fuch peribns t who at admiSTion are abovL years who muft coRiinue their aanivat payments the f ace ut ten years before they wilj SR entitled to the faid Terms oi adtnxffion may be hsdaf the plice menrioned j at the Rimbjsv in Cornhiil LiidgateHil j or at Nicltolgs Larnkwrj Letters port paidj addrfffei bs iur tended
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