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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 21, 1771, London, Middlesex IV 11 L Pr ice From T H O R S D A FiCKUAHVi i Thurfday afternoon a tenderfailed of harbour with about 150 volunteers and ipprefled men on board but about an hour after he got over the the imprefled men found means to get out of the place where they were confined in the to feiie upon the which next they breoghl iato Whhby and about 70 of them tan Seven or eight have fiace been taken and brought back to the but the reft got clear s s i p Remain hit Wafcflys fnijiT Romney and Faffed by the Kitts and from Arrivals at the following Port IVfttok Sfincets frem frbrn Sevile from Philadelphia j and from The following gentlemen are the ftanding tosft is aH public who are to the happy and the libertiesof the peeple George Hunt William Hufley PHiJip Jennings Lord Jroham Jafnes Keck Keppel tfar lies ready the royal We hear that the intended fcheme for mating a navigable cut or canal from Monkeyifland to Ifleworth is J aid a fide for the bufcihat the improvement ant3 prefervarion of the navigation of the river Thames has been ExtraSi of a letter from Paris I My for you induces me to fend you this very important The following German regiments having received no cloathing for two the officers pay in arrears now fif teen and the private men fix rrTJrle them at lad requell their difmifTion from the French and they are now engaged to the Emperor many of the private men his own Alface j three battalions Ah halt two battalions La Marck two battalions Royal Swedois two battalions and Alien AnSerfon Sir Edward Aftley John Aubrey George Aufrtre William Brier Ifjac Barre Charles Barrow Bayley Aubrey Beauderk Peter Beekford Ld Edward Peregrine Bertie HughBetW Sir Bernard Bouverie Ftory Brett Buttock Jfahn Bttrgoyne Bflfcttuid George By ng John Calcrafc John Carnac Cavendifh Cavendifh JJbn Cavendifh Henry Caveruiifh CUKC Sir Liavfcn Lord George CcpingtOB Sir Cornwall tfipje Coxe Mayor of London Henry Curwen John Darner Darner John Darner Sir Davers Henry George of Donegal Dowdefwell William Wifiiam Thowss Dttmmer Thomas Dbrrant Sir Featherftone haugh Finch Fitzmaorice Henry Fletcher Keppel Peter Legh Sir James Long Ear fjf Ludlow John Luther Herbert Mackworth John Manners Jofeph Martin Charles Marfhim Jofhua Mauger Sir Jofeph Mawbey Sir Meredith Sir John Mblefvvorth Frederick PfTontagu Sir Roger Prfoftyn George Mufgrave Thomas Noel John Norris Richard Oliver Hugh Owen Pag Robert Paik Sir Jhn Pa mer John Parker Richard Pennant Sir James Pennyman Chvles Penruddock Phipps William Plummer Edward Popham AleTTander Popham George Powlet PowncJl Robert Pratt Chace Price John Radcliffe Deoys RoIJe Sir John Rous John Rufhout Sic John Aubyn Leger Samuel Salt George Satile James Sjeawen John Sciidirjiore Henry Seymour Fane Siarpe John Smith Frederick Standert Henry Strachey Huniphry Sturt LorJd Sutton Sir FrankJand Richard Fuller fohrrGiynn Graves Lord George Sackvillc Gtrmjtne Robert Gregory Mehry Greoville JarheyGrenville Bbsth Grey Sir John Griffin Ctoffe Hamilton Wtru Hamihoo Tayler Tern peft TKoiupfon Tliomas Thornton Tovvnfhend Rf Townihend James Townfcnd Barlew Trecothick Charles Turner iTarl Verney Sir Vrincert Boyle Walfingham John Waller Vifcount Wanman Whichot Richard Whitworth Sir Willoughby Sir Sir George John Hanbury evening on diviGonof ibe 15 er afTerrjbly on the Nullum Tempils ttu nvirnbers it is faid were 155 for ifj it to come Oa again oaWxdnefday The Swifs troops are likewife in arrears fome 16 others and have alfa obtJned their difcharge the ftate of the 6narces have rendered it abfolutely Point joini Swifj four DEriac Boccafd one Peffer Caf tella otve attaliuns The Rwifs guards have entered into the Imperial feivice the next four regiraents are to Holanc the next e o the Venetian Uate to Sardinia ilie two laft tanhful Iriih are miferahly circumftanced almofl three years ot cloathing now wearing coats old enough to be and what remains of their coat fcarcely fufficient for that Tlie Englifh EaQIndia Company have very wifely engaged hem in their fervice the formal of their ciiimiflion is figned by the King and tomorrow the general orders will be received in the different garnfons for their and the delivery From penuay and want in this they will from the Afiatic fervice re turn to Ireland rich as Regiments Clare one Bulkeley five Rof comrnon one Berwick five Dittoa one Admiral Pye is going out with a to comrnand iu the in the room Lord RjarAdmiral Montagu is likewife to command North and to fupercede Commodore Ic is faid that no more Commodores will be ap pointed to command till all the Admirals who are fit t6 ferve are His Majeftys ftiip the of 64 is Ordered to repair from Long Reach to the without waiting for her lower deck It is thought fhe is lay there as a guard to receive imprefled men and to man the reft of the A large trader was caft away on the I2th in the mouth of Dunkirk harbour but the cargo is mofUy On Wednefday night was wrecked on Rocnney the floop and Captv from bound to Lynie in laden with grocery and The crew and the vefTel is Ycfierday four lame dacks quitted the day this week a harper fell into coverfation wkh a country at an inn in and finding to keep him carried him to a houfe in where meeting with a after a glafs of wine harper laid a harfi of five guineas with the confede that he had as mucn property about him as the gentleman the confederate produced a banknote of and the gentleman whereupon the confederate klt the wager but defying to examine metre near the gentleman it was gives his acd he then artfully tj the gentle man the zoU which the unfufpefting gentle man pat into his pocket without and difcover the nor of his new till fevera after he had parted from Tuefday murning two who wereemployed in beingjeft by them an opportunity of breaking open a cupboard in the from whence they liole two bags of containing upwards of which they put into their facks and carried clear The ycfungelt a of the above fum for his which he laid out in a new with a lace and The fome of the feit pretty nearly in the fame and both were taken on and committed to Veflerday twenty prifoners were tried the Old three of whom were capitally con Thomas far feloniously returning from the expiration of his term he about thres years fi nee been cap tally conviilpd of breaking the Ann bin was afterwards fo fortunate at to obtain hi Majeftys pardon on condition of tranf porcation for Sidey and for burglarioofly breaking ope the of oppoCie Fleet and Healing an quaniityof and ozhor to tbe warns of ijooli f v J was conyicled receiviflg great part of faid knowing theni to be and will be transported for four een ThV iruJ of the man was ar3prehdn3ed and committed for and delrauding the EalftIndia Company of is put off til next he he can produce proof of an On Wcdnefday the bf a yourig woman was taken put of canal in Jamess Her name appeared to be Martha j and it is faid he was and banJ from RigW taa iVIa jority in Lorrl Georgeieruwxs regiment of The pudon one of the minor canons of the perpetual curacies of Nonington arid vicarage of r jperpetflafcaracy ofWinghaal Shaw to be vicar of near in that The to the reftory of the united parifhej of Mary Old and vacant hy the death of the The William to the vicarage of by the ceflion of ihe Fitzlierbert abovemen The John to be vicar of void by AtBrotherton Ycrk Eq of Par liament for to Mifs daughter of the late Sir John cf Proclor of to Mifs of Nicholas Caefar Efq of Woodford to Mifi of Bloom A mod amiable daugh ter of a Lincolnfhire to a recruiting IriJh Aged the John reclor of Mary in In his paflagefrom the Giles In the Eall Efq nephew of the Right Lord and an officer in the corriparYys military fervice at CuJda of Jjhn if Early in At Stratford in Dorothy formerly an eminent brewer and cornchanxiler of that At his houfe at Che Terence in the Weft John Efq belonging to his At Mrs Whir tirelate At her houfe in Ann reli3 of late a tobacconift in New Mary of Cattle At in the jfth year of her Elizjbeih daughter of the late Archibald Gilchrift of this and wiffe of Nicholas Efq one of the Magiftratelhjf that Next Week ivill be Infcribsd to Right the Tar of In Royal 1rice ftwed THE LOVESof MEDEA and A in three Tranfhed from the Greek of ApolJonius Rhodiuss Argonautics E K 1 M Kinds and Reflor of Printed for at the Martins at the Bookfcllers and Pamihlct fhops in town anri Ibis Day Price 6 The SEVENTH EDITION of A DISSERTATION on FEVERS and IN FLAMK1ATORV DISTEMPERS j wherein expeditious method is propofed of curing thofe dangerous By J A M Afclepiades effe Medici ut celeri ut jucunde id To which is addtd an acccunfof ths fuccefs with the Fever Powder has been given in the Yellow Slow an Printed for fon of rhe John at tiie Bible and on the North tide of Pauls By whom is fold Jamess of KlCHAKDjOft s This Day was In Four neat Pocket ripHE HISTORY of HA RR 1 N O T O Written fpme years fince reviTcd and correiledby the late Author of Sir Chatles Printed for at his near Exeter in the Strand and Some doubts having arifen in refjjeclinj the rruth of having revifed this novel 3 anj perfon or properly commiin ned by them fee his handwriting in the original ap to the Of whom may be The Old a new By late Mifs of In 3 price This Day inetf Beautifully and correiily TWONEW eafh in NINE The one now firll printed on a fine crown frnaU price i L bound the fine in litze price ODYSSEY of ALEXANDER Baker and and Callori WiKon and tf i late of to fend in PelhartJ abcJ James in order to ortare ori neit chftiinp J erf ths sis a final by all persons itidebtecl to tftate d tnjj jfai4 are deurej to pay the on or to the above or they Be agatnft accordfng to v in ipedinm and tailpieces to ttte feverai three Be At the at in 6ft day of Marsh ar ftrar aclotlc in the afternoortj UnWfe tfiijiofed of by private coritraift iii tRe of public notice wjiHe given A FREBHOLDFARlvl eonfifting of acrd and nafture a feood barn Uiijtc ifear Bartoii Clij arid and three The above pretnilfes are tythc anct let tfi Thomas Finch for of1 wjjjcli 177 at the yearly reiit For particulars intjaifc of Ptatrifdn arid fileamirri S APIECE of fitUate tn tntf Boroogh of in ihe county of late belonging to Jofeph df that Mer rieceafed containirv threeacres rtpw and in the occupation of a tenant at at the clear yearly rent 5 5 5 an4 by the name of the Wlurc jt is hyJaby jrartt from trie late Jolm Slq forfo years from the ywr 1740 freehold for rnt Aihjecl tOany or charges tJia which in that part of tlie t Very For further particulars apply fo of Crays London or to Elizabeth of who will hew the OAK T I M B E R To be ijOLD by On Saturdny the i6th day of March lW hours of tvva and fix of the clocfe in the 3t the Stnr Inn in th town of in rh couhfy of THREE THOUSAND OAK ilanding at in the parifh of bch in the ard dll numbefd en the with in follcrwiTit lots Lot Lot Lot particulars inquire of William at Swnnfea or Jones and on whs will will fhevv the N A 5ieat part of thc above timtier is and for his Majcliys navy j aid lies near the river and and within four miles of the nayjjable a proper and well for the care of tlie GRAMMAR SCHOOL in this borough which has bwn and flourishing upwards of years lail the care cf the prefent grown in and chufes to ar MiHfummer The fchooihoufe is regularly very weilfeaie with a good library of yaivij and artd a gallery ia ths church approjriared the ulc cf the The found on the fchooi k 35 per annnm as an encourngenien to anyfuch gentleman inclined to offer luuifelt as a for rhe aid the Mayor and Corporation of Truro will engiie to rivike income i liie foundation a the profits of Uie and if rhe gentleman take the trouble of boarding his it will make more A Layman would he more than a as thj care ef the 1 will be equal to all liii Truro ii as pieafant and town as any weft rtf and Jiei on a navigable near the centre of the county where there ats exceeding good fchrols for teachitnj mer There are wo joL a fcnleii ar Exctur on young gentlemen at Truro Any gpnleman to may be further treated by applying to the Mayor of or the ana fuhliifathnext In Price fewerf THE ADVENTURES of a and 1rinted for in fewetf Day nuns fui Neatly printtd in Two THE HISTORY of ELIZA Piinrcd or in 1 bis Day ivffe OEMS on fevcraj By JAMES BEAT A Priflfcd tVr W in Fbn Day was CH O II E L E T H The R Y A PREACHER A f O E Moft jnfcribed re the Printed for tire Author and fcld by ia P 7his Day vjus Price A Complete SYSTEM of ITALIAN according to the maderri rrtetno4 pracVifed by merchants and By DANIEL D O W L J W Late Teasher of the and Author Msrcantile Printed for in 6 eedily will kt t Printed in Two adorned Price in THE HISTORY and ART of HO M A N S H I By RICHARD Gentleman of the Horfe to his in RttftWfcftet ih die
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