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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 14, 1771, London, Middlesex 4 Jtf c YN g FsaR great to the e Jain of after a he dlf nnffed rom and rendered ferv ing in that boari S H I P N E W Wind down and remain With his Majeftys hips Roinney and Pa and and India Pilot fw Gib altar for fat Ifland ftetfey ibr Benevolence and fc at the Dover Fnetidffiipj from fromr Lortdohand from ard v L O N D O The Hqtife of Commons from 1wdVe oclock on Wednefday till near three oclock aext of on aujcount8r the lone fitting on Wednefday adjourned yef leroay to on whether a claafe in the A flftflying with the rlcjif g duties were r jf could not injure the rights 6T fhe quefiidn point in StlTtes Their HighllVJightirieflesaV piqued Ait this reflaembejand Siouid be were 152 to To aliftfttthe grand for the campaign u will confift of ThemilmaofCouJrflc and wtite from thst wo tra in the an be veftry of came on at ryom tie dacliba of lately deceafed the begart tupon caftrng up On Brasfafely delivered of are ordered to At Kinkermen there a fleet of of twenty with thirtyfix Vrfnfports ninl that commands the fovefelgnty Black The Imperial1 Court is determined to fbf a pacification the two lioo Prefect in houfe Charts Efq in aged fcf hV jthat hiimbl addrefs to hisJWLrryj returBJflg thanks for Jtarviag agreed to the and his coinpHancewith the rcqaefl off in isyinf SpaniOi papers before a eonGckra4 Form tisn the Spanilh papers relative to t i i When it is faJd ike a motion to the following pjjjij addrefs be t le made i That ad ajefly to re turn his our thanks for his gracious com aiHnications to this Houfej the Declaration the Anrbaflkdor of which his Majefly honour Cf niifirm iftd iadtiol tor the injury received violent entei prize againfi Falklands fteady and uniform canduft his Majefly has obtdined from the afe explicit aiOvowalof that together an engagement to re ftore things to the prccife fitualion in which they before the late unjudifiablje To exprefs oor fatisfadion on the bleffing of to as we have noreafon to doubt of the good fiathof his the of his en and to declare fenfe of paternal care of hrs not naftlfy engaging them in tne hazards and f T i of ieaSiand on all to exert our uimoft effbrtl to enabht his Majefty to carry into execmion fuel tneafores as fhall be the fupporc of the honour and dignity The principal fpeakers Lord Lord J of Lord Lord and made a motion of the fsme nature as that made by in another to leaveout from the end of pi to the end the It the 35 for the 3 againfi with j 5 T The Houfe was not part en Yelterday Martin Efq eldeft fon of Sir Edward and his were prefented to their at The fame day the fon ef Lord lately arrived fronvhis travels was to their Extra3 of a letter frtm the Within thefe few days a report has prevailed but the authenticity of which we cacnoc perfedlly Tf that the Emperor oh One and the King of Pruffi4an lh are going to enter into Poland with a Some people that the monvVfir their taking this ftep is to procure the peace otlhfit unhappy which for a loftg time been torn to pieces ty thofe who Itiled thern felves its friends protectbrsi Ot4ers are1 of that viewto fjine provinces which He t3which they t hi ale that thefcarmie form of governments which ftt is to though mclre more r f f J j j Jl w 1 m V atqwreaopwards of i oo6ol linen v ne the treaty her ally of Perfi in Gofwel Yefterday the nok was Ordfjted into ahd breaking T7 reprioiahdtd on his on paying his Nine out of twelve of the lougrpbe rprA n 11 TT H Xave rectenly given premier inJ favour antffull approDatTojV lajtetranf afttan t liji Efq TV is hereby of theTrurtees for the River Lef will be Juki hv th Envoy It is verynie lancholy account of of of health has been r Threy write fr ofSpiinj mart hock was felton for the fpace of 50 Some letters receivedat the rjionthfrom thpybive had forrie more fhocks of earthquakes in paVtof tfiat ifland where Thefe fhocks Happened the but did no Thefe theepidemical occafiunad fev tfic tha Clerk t of Februiry4nf g the foiSitrs arid eir Majcfties have ordered to the poror of on account hi fevere frpm to is loft in her Thf frpm AHcant toPooL joh fhore asVoperaMance it ishoped that fhe The to1 is j Is V r tne pariwoi Altfiftorie and Hfcwt fromthence Thoiiias and Rfchsrd in tpfyrct in theyear 1765 want nuija not been headoffmce SlfTS fujjpoteHb t in King or the fffcfndi If the U IsfMPfeDre fcntative Vo Attorney at or to Surveyor and of at nr they ot foroetlung of very confiderallfc ft botV doraefiics aod niitober of within the biUs amoiint to many anj an equfl number of native females thereby and for want of which the usurpations of our kx in a great meafurc deprive them are compelled to facrifice pence and principles for tfe toofi roiferxble exitt ence in But it would did we com that at leaf tWo of our own are by one imported into this They feJdom leave home the as in tne ingenious arts triguing trey are air their fobferVience fn this refpedl to theiremployers is their principal re the IeduftiqriVin of one of their introductory But an idea of pYeiudice tq this infacuiteirf y JlWiii pprary oFrhefe people among may bljullly they ifeprivfc forte thoufandi our defii vjng countrywbmen of many their har defraud they alfin a mbre bytneft of feVeftil hundred thoufand rJbuffchr a year thijfe by vvhich number own the are ard of themselves well worthy your immediate and ftnbus with theexertion of all your abilities to when to conceive TR a CORN W well 1S ha arid of40 under now to with of is c Devon cargo B champibnsj begs leave to jjie weapons well ded 1 ri by each MARTINA FORBES Penk nife Ifeiv larg andiSlJel in cterolvimpropriated of the fchqlars 1 he fetfledontfie fchool B L per annnm a to as a m fpr Mayor anrf Carpoiatioaof Tfufd will engage o make jfae inchjairi the foundt the tifffe the Q exteo4v to by Che the foundation and fht urotiu of fchool aiittif thegsndeman would will mike the ftation ftiore than a ichooi will be to all his and town as any in the v a navigable near th to fhas beeVcTrcti lated at N prefents her Lady Sid re quefts the of herbamjiny in order praper meafareS fuppoi t Metetingiyf t KT may be further treated Truro land j t domino at nelyV Wediiefday asd in drefs hj unmalied jsrit that decided Jiines and inftwQioiw for ftiefa benelfiejal 77 A who lofs fervice of or he may exert ins irJuflry and iogepijity in foreign where the mgenraij and irjciuiirious are always and thereby enrkh hiscoun with in The cu of thefe adyaruages with evetjo propenfiiy to jf defti no otherajternauve They mould thereiorefor thefe Weighty have been fiiifc and having hitherto had any AtWndon paid at the ortyiLmentiffuing from thefe inadvpr by the K canncubut pjfe ia province it now caufeof this unfortunate arfd toolongijeglcdlea and toredrefsthe grievances they labour the attendant evils will daily decreafe and foon The numerous avocations peculiarly adapted to the of fodetjvand pf whick our palitically tobe would rejidiiyfficcur a are many irs branches they aw tho roughly the retail part the ccHnpaftOf and it ifee adwuharres that roa a ihr to he weaker fex but onefingle that could therefore you Mr 9SWCA the Jeiat miaiingaaorscc tbOjifctttrics ftili 4 9id is compared with th al of the
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