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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 16, 1771, London, Middlesex ft 0 Price Twopeace From S A TURD A MQN LONDON King pkafed p to appoint t Gnn at prefenthis Y Envoy at to Extraordinary atj of Berlin Robert Mur Efj fenc his Envoy Extraordinary atthe Court of to be his Envoy Extraordinary at the Court o And this day Efy had theJyjROttr to fcifs the Kings hand on being appoiatcd his Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of lif fofbe iitiMifiir jjie palaceWai 4jn Governor of is arrived at this and is very gracioufly received by the Our Parliament begins to ftir in favoar of that of on which aqcount it addreffed a letter to dated the 23d reprefenting injuftice done to that Parlia and exhorting Majcfty to reftbre his good graces to a which his always upoo as the firmeft fupport of his It is affured that the Princes of the Blood held fonve conferences relaive to prefent fituation of and upon fame which the Duke who had riot Appeared at Verfaiiles for three weeks was to prefent to the King the of It is faid that the audience which that Prince had of the King laded above 20 cfiapel to tfie and the on the organ The anthem wis frorri the I well ttrt the lord hasheird the voke of my One of the yoiing gentlemen ef the College prevented of the polftenefs gfeat grace 1 am well are Hfeewifeinformed Wilkes was at Lynn on the and that he took up frefidottt of that antient cof portition the fame which day of the Annixtrfary Matt held at that He attended the piWcf fion with the and Comrhon prodigious acclamations of the tf and dined with them at the Afteft he had taken the oatha aod admitted a memper THe oew tragedy footing oiit at Coyeittganieo wrttten ikt Earlof Friday a boicter ali tnd of da4 the fort fiaUrn on aliout oojocfe in a fire oat in the narrow part of Round in jhe Which in jefs than an hour ewrtfuirn or greatly The houfies being raoftly built of the fire raged with great for feme time no ivater couldbe obtained hovscver syas length bappiry 6f the cityrojf in Francis fa S f r i f f J Ojtjs af pointed the dividends of Egjite to the parilh i the f 6th of n four ia the afternoon February The miniften of the eflUbliQved church of Scotland have petitioned a great affembly for an exemption from paying the S li Y P N 2 W Came down and failed the Talbet jmd Remain his Wind Came down and failed the Sunrran Rofe and for Majeftys fhips Romney and i Gs PaJTed bythe Bur from from Longfound Bounfcaux A ffriaWes from Hull Cadiz from the Grenades and New L O D O Yejterday after the breaking up of the Court at her Majefty vifited her brother Prince Emeil of Mecklenburgh who is much indlfpofed at his in the On Saturday at noon fame interefting difpatxhes of the he addreffed them aa Gentle fti I return you mytnoft hearty thanks for the diftinguifhed faonoiir you have conferred ort I am very happy that my public conduft has been approved by thnfe whofe applaufe I fo highly To perievere leadily and uniformly in the fame line of asflion in the greac caufe of tAe to fupport the noble rights and privi leges of this free and withfpirit to with land every encroachment of arbitrary is the beft return I can make to gentlemen of in dependent principles and liberal as well as the only way I can fhew myfelf worthy of being admitted a member of this refpeftable cor VVrikes on Wednefday night fupped and lodged at Alderman OH Thurfday morning he was with a poem by written on the neatly printed on fupernne and finely bound in with the follow ing elegant infcription on the in gold on the reception of which Wilkes made a very polite expreffive of his iatisfaclion at fii diftinguiuSed a mark of refpeft from Whit and the Viro Non non non Sed JOHANNI Qui metu fervitutis liberavit Gives Britannos Qui patrice Hbertatem vindicavit Qui republica reftituu Patri Patrije Carontm hanc necli gratus without Moing any further damage oiherV from the fituation of the natiire of the confeqaences were mucK nroft bf the ccfurt was in There being no friend to talfe away the bbdy of the unhappy who was executed on Wednefday laft at the on his told feveral perfons who fur rounded his that if they chofe to bury 1 hiscloathi would be their property in con feqaeoce of which fome them carried hira to field near then dug a and covered him Theophilus Efq to be Captain of a company in the 8ch regiment of in the room of MufTendon And George Dame as CaptainLieutenant in the to be one of the yeomen of the in the roorri of William Efq of Clap to Mifs of Mr at to Mifs of to Mifs Sarah daughter of the of Chi At his houfe in Gol in the 88th year of his James Efq formerly a Governor inthe Ealt India Companys He hath left the bulk his fortune to Sir James one the groomsof his Majeftya At Ayton in Thomas Efq who had acled many years in the commiffion of trTe The Robert reftor of Camberno and in the county of Corn At Cheflyns in Doctors the John vicar in the county late of the 1 at focfr id qf the of at tea in tb To the and FrwehoteTers the ITtte the earl left oppohumfyto t f mqft grateful acknowledgments fte ypur nmnefoos and the yon Ijave dopvipcthfc in chaise of me one your I t fKall be my to myfelfworthy of the continuance your 1 Aeady attention to my tit abd interest of this county in particular and with utmoft your much And rrfiSft faitHfcl R I V E R L arrived in town from Robert his Majeftys Asnbaflador at the Court of Copenhagen which were immediately carried to his Majeily at the Queens of a litter from Cnunt frcffj dated Daembtr In my I informed you hut in a few words of the taking of Now I mult fettnd in that town 74 and a large magazine of military During our operationsupon brigadiar drove oat of Boukarell 5000 of the enemys and after having hem to the took poflVffion that town on the of November This attack was eon dueled with fuch that the enemy could in no either the town or the which was filled with General OHvx basal ready taken his quarters in this and extends his according to my as far as in order totally to extirpate the enemy from this fide of the I was tired with fuftering the GranJ with the reft of his defeated ro remain fo long near especially as he conftantly threw into Brabilow large fuppliesrl therefore found means to diflodge him from his A party of brave under the command of Major pafled over the Danube and attacked Touliky on the loihoflaft took its killed many thoufand and difperfed the As it Was not poflible to carry 13 pieces of csnnon they threw them into the After fuch a fignal dilplay of the force of her Imperial Majsrtys this party returned Wely back on this fide of the Danube for it wasdangerous for fuch a fmaU number tp ftsy I there any as that place is dilUnt from from the army of the Grind only 23 This courageous paffige of our trqops to the MDCCLXXL The frorrrQporto to Lon was loft on the coaft of France on the zpth of jinuary The Thomas and from Gallipoty to is loft on the coait of but there is fome hopes of faving the On the 31 ft ot laft month the hip Two Jacob bound from Seville to Qf flranded in the port of fn the county of The William and from London to is on more near in and it be We are credibly that a temporary ftop to the maltdiltillery will fpeediiy become an ob jedl of confideration to the A circum Itance greatly to be in the preferit of by all ririke and degrees OT as all ranks and degrees of people in in At her houfe near Theobalds a maiden lady of confiderable in At aged 9 of the Coopers From the LONDON AVERAGE PRICES cf From January to tiary By die NOTiCE That a of the Truftecs for the River Lee will be heJdi by Tiiurfdsy thi afft day of at ten oclock in the at the Antwerp near the Clerk A M A I N of COCKS WILL be fought Jdhn the Ship anj near on and the a7th of February between the denUemen of HAMPSHIRE 41 Cucks on each Lr fcnr guineas a and guineas the odd To begin each morning at eleven CROMPTON OAK T I M B To be S O L D by A U C T J ON On Saturday the i6th day of March betweenthe hours of two and fix of the clock in the at the Star Inn in thfi town of Swan in the county 9t f QAJC in the pariA in and all BCflBberM Lot It usrlJl For inquire of WiJ4am Efq anfaa or Jones and on will will fhsw the A part of the above timber for his Majeftys navy and lies the river Longhof and arid four miles of the C peopl afhort be feverely affected by ics continuance greatly to be defired even by the maltdi obliged by their peculiar fuuauon to perfevere at the fame price in a time of that they may not lofe their trade in more favourable are weekly lofirrg One lamentable effeft of it appears already in the the revenue from which is above fourth part t Wo hear that the furveyors belonging to the Board of Works at are ordered to attend to oppofe the application for si new cut from Sunning to Monkey It is not doubted buf they will be able toprovet trferif that plan GSould take it willhe exceedingly delljHcYive to the engines which fupply greatpart of the town of the caltfe whh It is faid that if Lady Gr ftiould the prefent cOnteft with his will be en titled to half of his real On Saturday laft came on in the Court of Com mon a fpecial a caufe in ysVitfr JEfq and the for affajalting the at Epfom duringthe and whipping fttttiicff the tourfe a fuil given in the plaintif with foot daihage and of ftf Oh FHdiy a caufe between a Yorkshire gentle man an3 a youne lad who was lately a cleitk at was AVerage Standard WINCHESTER Eight 4 to a ID j 2 o N T I E S I N L AN IX 5 5 3 4 10 5 3 5 4 5 6 ii 3 o Bufhsl of 1 O 5 5 r 6 6 6 S S 6 6 5 10 5 2 5 6 S 9 5 4 S 6 3 COUNTIES 4 61 other fideor the Danube greatly Grand Vizir for two days the ijtlipCNos moft of his troops flew tried in U feerhs toQk fo greara fancy that he left her him from his matters to towards and other places ferters sffiire that the Grand Visir is jswrcbing dffcpverwg brettght towards hif rijon for and afttr The IPhcenix latily ftaagfet tbe South that the T ifc fortjnew 4 5 5 S s 5 5 7 IP 8 A verage 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 5 4 5 5 3 S 4 b i I W 5 5 3 ANNUITIES on THE appointed by virtue of an of or improving the navigation of thrf from the town of Hertford to the rivef do hereby rive That they intend to raife a ctrrain fom of upon the credit of rates and duties fetrled by the adl of by fale of on on the following Topdrfbns unf er the geof at 14 years ptwcftsfe to perfbnt of the cf 50 and under the aee of at ii to wrfons of tho ajft of 6p and op at le years Any inclined to purehaTe any as are dciired to call M aod jn pbraf the Oerkto at Hertford whereproper books will kepi chs above The ijiid tocommence frrrn thtf time of payingthe and be payable according to the direflions ot the faid of No anriukies lefs nor more than iicL to her granted upoHanyone Clerk to the tor rhs US ot aC This Day wert publijhtfi CornmoiH Atddenre examined arid J by cinducing much ro tlie eafe of ths and renefit of tha Teriranatones i St jugauonum in ufurn A little Vocabulary Eneliih fcr the vd of shit to learn the Laih tongpe By CHARLES Printed for in tcT the U SE J This Dry ivtre NEW and NEAT EDITIONS of UNCANS CICEROS and arid done in the D Chambaud Frenehand Price i Hudfons French Scaclari Price Philipss eafy and elejmt Lattin lAiconiias ex aliorumque bound t C E N R A L A O pe 5 J 3 io 3 6 j J u J J 4 pef Quarter 24 o 15 4 I 16 3 4c OTLA RTeturiis thence not Fulililhed bis uay was In 1 i of cnr of BHOOK TAYLOR iti i mofl fimple and to them difEcolt In1 the courfe tjfiwhkh his method thofe of forrt of before on the To axlded an a crkical of the Together
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