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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 23, 1771, London, Middlesex L O Prfee From S U R D A to T U E S D A HE RuflUs Mtoifter dc the may be Ttvat to the laft letters he has re ceived froin hia there is cat think God the Jfef ft appearance of any infcAious ei ther m or in the adjacent j aod that the taken to prevent beingintroduced into leave potthe reafon to in any AtAger The report which prevailed hereof tie plagues having broken out at it formally the letters received this morning from Peter fbu rgh ftjltrihy arrived aMail from It is not only confirmed that CbflfideribJe body of Ruffisn irppps iiad pafled ntewtfe tHatit has gained great Wvintiges It is likewiCe that the taken pofleffion of It is Aid fhe Prince de Repriin will foon go to o execute an important comrniffion from feis We wait with the greateft impatience lire event of the comrniflion which Bra is charged with at the Court of Yefterday died the Infanta Maria Frances the Kings third thirtyone three and twenty five The laft letters from Ppain that a fquadrcn of ten Englifh men of toyis then in the bay of CO N T R Y N E W We are by a jctter from that Mapes and Gcftr fubflamial farmers of Navenby in Lin having been bit by a mud went to frelftori fhort the izthinftant to bathe in the fait water at five sclock in the accompanied only by hoy when they miffed their way in comiogoutof the and both perifhed thro fhe inclemency of the T H Y P N E IF DBA Wind Remain his Majeftys Ronaney and Cerberus j the Sue for and foiled for the frem v Wind by his Majeftys anMerberus and for at tW foUdwiny Ports Malaga from Plymouth from Pttblin Condon Smithfon Smith Moore and from London from Rotterdam arid from Genoa Duke of from ftaiiee which corild attebd Hiigalar i the this unhappy convict orme to be Ciioed in he was to is at abjeft 0f and rhat if tie Matctii ten tht it if the Norwich raft dealer intimbcr at foiiiocfock in I j T7 T 1 one is laid that the Nullum Tempus will maie its exit on Wednesday next from the Lower It is not unworthy of in when had made many ar fcitrary and complainti again ft fhofe violences which were heard from all the and courage of of an gBCcftcrtWTlierprefem Lady lately married to Lord Hilllborough pat an end tothe praftice of vered a at her houfe in Berkcleyfq the houfe in making difcretionary coromitraents nf The houfe had ordered him to He refufed obey the The houfe then fent the Ser jeant at Arms to bring him up in He upon his and told the Serjeant thei e no Jaw by which they pretended to commit The finding it equally dangerous to proceed or got off by an evafion they in fcrted in their that Stawell was indif and that a months time was allowed for his Beforethe month was expired the hoofe was A correfpondent from the converfa of the that the oppofition are falling into the fame pit of folly with regard to Sir that the roinilrry did with refpeft to Under the hatred of hischarader they are pufhing fuch a degree of unconflitutional that til good men muft foon become advo cates for hii though they can fay nothing in favour of His has appointed Thomas Efq to be Fortmajor of in the room of Nicholas The of Greenwich which vacated by Attorney General on his ap pointment to his is given to William jq gentleman has favoured us with the following wellatiefled anecdote Within the city 01 Utchfidd there held 8 Court of Criminal Jorif in man was lately conviftod for ftealing a The perfon upon whofe evidence thwanfoftunate man wag being deeply jffcfted with a compunftion mind which al fhe acknosvtrfged that he had falfely charged inhocent man that he alone was iiiiky of flealing the and accordingly fur irendered hjwfdf tt Upon his own con feffion wastried and found The a very he mould be faved upoaconjiir tfoh of his being But what tke aft of our Sovereign vjpon this eccaiion f He told his Council that he etitireiy agreed with that the life of this man ought to be but he wquld extend the terrrts rrtercy a little hewould abfoliitety pardon that as man Teemed to have a miiid capable of being impreffed with a of he would gire hira opportunity 1f returning to his and of becoming a good member of It having been represented to the King that a Dutch callett Lodewyk Verwer was on the i zth day o January laft Hrand ed near the cftftle in Kent and that the faid hip was at iengih to tally by a great number of to the amount o7 four or five who carried off the remains of the wreck and cargo 4n and in to forts of the crew to prevent them His Majeftys pardon and a reward one hundred pounds are offcicd to any accomplice on difcovery of any two or more the principal and the fame reward to any not an who fhalf difcover thofe principally concerned in this atrocious Laft Thurfdaycame on to be tried in the Court of at a caufe wherein the afiignec of the ellate and effcilj of a bsnkrupt was and a dignified clergyman in Middle being an action of trover the by virtus of an execution the goods and chattels of the had before the the commiffibn of bankruptcy pofleffed himfelf of the value of tjie greateft part and infilled upon withholding the fame from the reft of the bankrupts creditors when the jury brought in a verdict in favour of fhe for the whole amount of the goodsand On Friday evening a young apprentice to a iradefman in Dunilans in the was detected in privately Healing out of his matters pocket while he was guineas and a half he was fecured in Woodftrett Compter for On Saturday a man and his a girl eleven years of were carried before the Lord Mayor at die Old charged with fteal ing lead from a houfe in The child was put up to throw the lead down to her who He Kewgate to take his trial at the Old Bailey this and the child her mother being was to the Londjn Saturday 16 prisoners were tried at the Old Bailey two of whom were capitally Luke aad John who was ca pitally convicted on Thurfday for robbing Greenfield for breaking and entering the houfe of the in and Heal ing to the amount two thoufand Jacob Jacobs and Michael for receiving part of the faid knowing them to be were caft for tranfportaiion for four teen a very fiiort time before this lived fervant BIRTHS Ths Countefs deli The lady of Efq delivered of a at her houie in The lady of John Efq treafurer of his Ma jcilys and keeper of the records in the delivered of a fan and heir at his houfe in Jcrinyn The lady ot Richard delivered of at his houfe in in to Mifs daughter of in Great Bloomf of to Mils Elizabeth of in At her houfe in aged Margaret relict of Robert Efq who many years ago was Governor of Tillichcrry in the Eaft wife of William Earl ECq of in and daughter of Sir John in Norwich at At aChange At formerly a packer in B A N K tile at the ia Griiat irtiie county of Robart ih ih of eaft eoonty of briwer the i6ta of at four in rhe at Certificates be Bankrupts William of rhe parift of George the in brokir on or before the t6th of Charles late of in thi county of broker on crbcfort the of March but not thinking it propel for hiih peafe the Ktngfa kiade his report in ordinary yet with every favourable cirsum Thomas Smith cf in the city of dealer and chapman to furrender the 23 and 8th of and 6th of at eleven in the forenoon each at in Zachariah of in the parkh of Giles without the sSth at ten in the the gth of four in the and 6th of at ten the at in Crane William late of in the parifliof Martin in the taylor to furrender the zd and 5th at ten in the forenoon each aj Gftfldhili of kebtrca late of the city andpartners5 to OFFICE of THE Principal of his Majeftys Ord nance do tiereby give that they vyill be at office in St Ptlararet ba the 8th day of to receive froriv fuch perfons as may be ywling to LETT a SHIP of 500 tons to carry Building Materials and Stores from MILFORD to propofcl fpecify titemarhe of the ftiipand her in what time ftje wiU be ready to receive her and the price per tri the liktnurober to ISiit of the of timber frnm ao to 50 ftet ris refxfcng at a from London may tranfrmc their fropofals by the ftsled direfled to the Principal Officers of the Ordnance at the By order of the JOHN on THE Trutlees appointed by virtse of an aft of for improving the of the LEEfrom the town of ri the river do hereby give Tha they intend to rjife a certain fum of upon the credit cf the rates and datiej fetilcd by ths faid a3 of by faleof annuitks on on the following To perfons u ider the age of 50 at 14 years purciiafe to perfons the age of cj ard under the age of 60 at 12 years purchafe to perfcns ol the age of 60 and at i years Any perfon inclined to any fecured as are deflred to call at and in London or at Glcrkto the laid at Hertford j where proper will be kept lur the above The faid annuities are to coiriffience from the time of paying the aiid be tothe directions oi the faid aft of No annuities more than to be granted upon any one Ckrk to the To be S O L A Tuuate in the borough of in the county of late belonging to Joleph of that ivler containing chree now in and in the Occupation of a tenant at at the yearly rent of and called by the name of the It is held by grant fromthe John Efq for fo long a term asaooo yvars from trie year for ths not fubjedto any outgoings or charges except the which in that part of the country isvery in Fcr further particulars apply of GrSiys London j or to Elizabeth of who will hew the To be At rhe in on Thurfday the day of March at four oclock in he Unlefe difpoled of by private contract in ths mean of which notice will be FREEHOLD FARM confifting of 45 acres and paflure with a barn thereon fituate at near Barton in the Clay and and within three miles of Ampthill above premiers tythe and let an leaf to Themas Finch for the term ot 2 j which expires at at theyearly rent of Feparticulars inquire of Harrifoa and OAK To be SOLD by On Saturday the i6th day of March between the houft of two arid fix of the clock in the at the Star Inn in the town of in the county of THREE THOUSAND OAK now ftanding at in fhe parilh ut Llangeve in the faid and all numbevd on the rhind with in the following lots Lot Lot Lot For particulars inquire of William lliq at Swanfea Jones and on the who will will fhe w the A great part of the above timber is and fit for his Majeftys navy and lies near the river Loughor and and within four miles of the navigable part To be SOLD by By DIB On Thurfday the zSth and ths following at the GoldenHart in near Wilkess by order oi the by a written THE intire STOCK in TRADE of GEORGE a Bankrupt ot a large af fortinen of very curious yardwide and ySths from to a fheeting of all and all other forts of linen drapery goods j alfo a valuable quantity of rich plain ftriped with fame curious brocaded ditro about loco yards of ribbon a quantity of and childrens ftockings of all and a laige quantity of with many other forts of goods too tedious to removed to the above place for the cuiweniency of The goods to be viewed on and to the time of which wiltbegin at ociocl each day To be fold in the nrft days upwards ct too Jkne felled on the in To be Ort day of of tie rjalton in in trw t JVERAL ETUires of in ihe following ditious to be produced at tlis pme o tot The Greengate Ctofe Corner actesj thereabouts nbw in the Unfirl of tfife 1 Lot Cloic Clofe arid widi a Houfit apd Hooi the tenutebf Thoirias together with TippetCi asd Bankey Cloic now fa the tenure of the containing in the wuojtfl 71 acres 3 or A good accuAomed with the Crrurch Meadow Nearer the Three Bankey anitHawkinss I ji J 14 br now iri the temue of John Lot A HouTe arid with the Horfe Clcife in two and1 and aa pjr now rf iQtBpptt find containing or BOW the teqttre WUHam Godfrey Houfe and con taining u now in the tenure of All the above effaces are tetwrtted at and art onder a of payable tlie 6f in lieu of John Bctrs of or will the premifTeii further particulars inquire of Knight and of Shropshire or of at in This Day were POEMS an feveral B E A T T I A Ntw Printed irl This Day Neatly printed frice blue HISTORY of ELIZA Printed for in This Day was CHOHELfiTH The A Moft infcnbedte thfc ING Printed for Author n This Day wire Trice S SKETCHES and CHARACTERS of the EMINENT and moft SINGULAR PERSONS By feveral Printed for and oppofite the New in This Day inhere Price OBSERVATIONS on the EXTERNAL USE of PREPARATIONS of LEAD with fome general Remarks on Topical JO I as Printed for Pauls This Day nun Price I THE BOOK of A A new cirefs fometimes makes an old truth more Printed for at in Pauls Of whom may be price fhe yth edit of Ths A By Oliver V Days appointed for making rhe Iividend3 of Bankrupts Eftates to Thorns Fenwick and Ralph now or late of This Day ivas Elegantly printed in Two wrth two Fiontifpieces engraved by Price bound EarKof The SECOND Printed for in This is the celebrated work from which the plot and the incidents of he Tragedy of the Countefs of SaiUbury Day uw Price 6 The SECOND VOLUME of ANSWIETENs By RALPH Printed for in Wherefnay be had the Firft This Day was Price 6 The GROUNDS of a PARTICULAR POVIDENCE A SERMON preached before the Lords Spi ritual and in the Abby Weft on January By EDMUND Lard Rifhop of Printed for New Bondftrtei and fold in 1 bis IMIS Price boundy A Complete SYSTEM of ITALIAN BOOS EP IX to tlw msdern method pSiVifed by and By IJMNIEL D O W L I N Late of ths and Author of Mercantile for in Tbii Day wire THIRD ad FOURTH of A SERIES x Genuine LETTERS between H E N K y and F K A N C E Printed for in Where may be Tlic Two forrrer The Triuinviraie j The Authentic Memoirs of and a Dramatic bya To in AVING fomeiime irce been greaily affiifted with appeared in great and eruptions all over my and having had tbe arlvice of eminent without was at lall by a to try your Marerlants which I psrlsclly to my former IjyooofRcr if you iliink propef to iubliih I have i0 sl am your hunaMe fervant Any perlon elikacy of tnia me dicine may by Applying to the weft iide Lif near th only authoraiiu where Jiefe drops tre fold in at each he fully good by referred to many people cf who have been cared of the the long continued Infijmnutions of he and every other drf order arillrtg from afoulnels in the They may be taken in ajw without the lenrt or drance of bufinefs thsy alfc and amazingly create an are genuine but what are fignec by in hb own Thefs drops are in the infci
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