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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 26, 1771, London, Middlesex s jfi i HE King been itijti njfter to7 his Gatholkk un til the Rfghf HonyLord G Tan th h ts Maj e frys A Xtr aord i ns ry and fhall arrive at Majefty in Council thja day to the i Ckaries Anderfon Brock Efq in the room of David of Sir Gilbert of Norman Bartt ip the of Thomas of Letters from the JiUfe piastre hrwr the vrc jiad for fome of that grievous sad thatR entiaely ceafed in many The accounts from particularly from are favourable about npt ooly of its crecreafirrg by the feverity fetut In regard to the falutary ft prevent its ft l P N E W Wind Rernain his Majeftys Oops Ramsey and andEagle Paffec by from Alicant and Csialj from Arrivals at following Ports Southampton i from Malaga and AJicant Two from from Severn from Forbes from j and Earl ofShan4 W4ttrfW Bradftownjfrom London i Doblin Difpaftc V from KnodsIffcrid i Naples from Talmoathi L O ND O two fallowing tous by a geHtlemaa juft reHlraed ordered of meriini each company of the French umyv whrch wbH oQ argameoc of on in favoar tions ofthat In expeftation of the reefkbliftimeint of late the advocates of Paws llill conti iraeto their patriatifra and courage and though amoonting to upwards of feveihund not a fingle one arrrongft them has any de gree byeither public or private to their to acknowledge the ufurping and illegal which his bsen fubj which to perceive by the public tneir unjuft and arbitrary advantageous to the comtnerciil intc Letters from f witH he fs In the tfiat a sfter ah obftinate en gagem en was i by tWo cfPtHe i andthence carriedljto Algiers at the Senate oT Venice are that theyare deferhiined Lord Efiex1 HaS rfefigned the tord Ueutenancv of the of We hear iiata rioble by wrdtliis fettle affairs betivcei and put ail endtb all further We hear the Fetriae Corerie is cniirefy broke upy feveal of ladies having rcfafed 10 pay their When the curtain drtw night at DraryJane theatrel for the entertainrnent of the the Jojin OJQ T iLi i cef in the the kc ftsein the at in hol artlororncvv of gto AprTlat four in the afternoea eatt doftir of the jth anJ r6thof Marchj at grocer iron quainted the that Mifs Radley was tafln that it vyduld be impoflible for her to through her paVt wfth She fo much worfe fooh after fte had Was I a that Vernon who happened to be then upon the was obliged tobefpeakthe tendernefs andgbddnature of the in permitting them te drop the curtain for that air fHe was able to which was very readily and chearfully cohi piied Tuefday laft carneon to He heard inthe Court of at by a fpecial wherein Robert aforemaft ni a of an Eall was and the Captain oithe laid ISip for the defendants giv ing the at in the Bail jtbirtyfiX laflies in a fevere thfen picding jhisbackwith and afterwards confining him hours in The trial rafted four when the jury went out of ancTin aboutthree quarters of an hon3r Brought in aver for andcofts Robert iFyrgufoi in Borough of Satifi In the watchmaiter wasliythe1 eleiled fellpw kie to thfe Kings preaihedto a tHe lale It of that hear thaton IB fljig herTelf from a tlifee pairofftairs wirrdoV into After frfe had got heffeetona the below Ihedrew the faroe almoildowty and then tuwmgaboue threw herfelf into the ftreet almoft beyoftd was taken with figns of j but expired in about i quarter of an hpur afterwards upon ex amining the it appeared he had broke ker back her and moft of The The ipvykiclithcfe f poor unfortunate when affift uncommon Hmitted rafh had only a ont extremedel deferves1 to be mentioned in ihey are divided three of whrchthe RS over tootie of their called fot the third pjo the moft neceffitoqs j from received WtA fuch the givernor receiver caji know each The middleclafs thofe who1 are neithetopu lenr enough to indigent enough wJ re The or like with a fimilarattachmeni to the fame jind to this very minute have not pro ceetJfd to any legal bufinefs before the new tribu By this honourable and refolute 1 T arfd withoiat either fhoiw or Myrrdaya wrft of habeas corpus was fent tp to remove the noted John Wajlranfported for 14 yeairs about four nontbs for receiving a greatqaafl it to be This h is fai9j has been tried 23 prifcmers weretried at the Old Baiey four of whom Were callfor and zS1 Yefterdsfya manLwaVtaken out of gallery at the one of the prifoners who was wjfh receiving goods knovyjng them to have been and vvas fent to Vood ftreet Compter for whofe prcfeflion is their Lafl night a young who the fameday without forfeiting thofe I was difcHargedat the Old Bajley for want of eyi which toex the of the which as it to meti tbkndoned to replace J the Liverpool playhoufe bill came on in the Upper for a fecond reading and tJBOtfoti made to commit the faid a de bjite arofe 4nd on the diviiion it appeared 22 were far and 21 agairiftit 5 proxies tgairtft it the faid it is comes oh before the on Tuefday for building a new goal in the towivof is oppofed by feveral gentie men oF that and long debartfs frnfued on tUe occafion in theLower but was at length earned in favour of the on a feventy fie It is aid a bill is brought into the Upper Af by the of to prevent perforis divorced from marrying with the ofending ExtraQ of q letterfrsm a gintkman at Ktt4s to bis friend in I had from Croix which that Kennedy and the two Engiifh favors at Porto upon the of the Spanifo psckct the 7th of put into god their and chat next they were feot over to Letters froor Lifijon f report pre railed of afecm fodgeairi Woodilreet G By the demife diedfome it is fafrj real and togetherwiih the dtvolvasto one Humphry Chad wit a porteito a of Wychfrreet as bping the nearert isabout per and themorfeyis faitf The lady bf1 Efq deliveredof a in Efq to be Caprain in the fecond troop of horfe in the room Efq who John Efq to be Majorin the regiment of dragoon in he room of E3warrJ Mil Richard Efq robe Captain of a troop in the above in room of John houfe in John At of an eminent Euglifrt jnercjfartw that At on Mrs At her houfe it In formerly Cortfirf En rfliua fbfmcrty a Captalri6f In Wartha r 9 Dwideti near Ac of the pifjffi of i Sourhiwjrkv 13 mariner j to Surrender a ii each day at Lo of at leu in the Jeakxn Qharlesfquare partftdf Jimes to fnfrendfer tbie 5th and gth of Apcifcvat sftctnoon each Attorney Ruhert John in the pavjiliof James mne RierchaVit to 5th oi March at ten J ef at tefi in at n John he ijth ourf rifth of sod pth of at eleven in the at the Bell parifh of In Vvorceftcr Jeremiah of Stour in i periterj to furrender theigthof atfcur theai the aothQf March and of at eleven in the at appbifiteii for Dividends of Bankrupts Eilktesto tf the parifK of thecounTy of OR 2 of at eleven in at FIKAL latebf Kmgttjn upon on terrrn the forenoon at Londonj in of Sawth die 25th at teether with arnl wptlsad foKewafeyearsJaft palC with ail their e near in pf the and moft SINGULAR PERSONS By feverat now fag irvt Price By Printed for johnforjj Pauls This Day wat Price 6 E V ten n tfie ForehoohjVat FINAL Dj of ijikof at fontf the at Certificate to be allowed to a Jamies of O13 in the parifh of George in the the county of carpenter arid the of of 21 THE Principal Officers of his Majeftys Ord hereby give that they will be at their otgee in Margaret 01 Friday diy to receive froihfucHpefIonSra5 may be willing tp LETT a about 4 5ooftnb burtberi ro and from KAVEK to Each the name of the fhipand in what time ihe vili be to receive her and the prie per ton tO her 20 working rheftltft rtuSfcer to Part of loading of pieces of timber from Perfons relidjng at a from tranfipic their propofats by fealed and directed 10 the Principal Officers of the Ordnance at the By order of the JOHN THE Society for the Encouragement of and offer the following 1 P R E ftl I U To the perfbh who fliall in the prefrrnt SPRING cultivare the re at I number of atires with FJiTY er ths GOLD MEDAL of An properly of the and nature of live lartd of and qimntity of per and the weight per vVincbsiter tp be on or before the in is denfedta WCxUnt of the ufuat averagft of the ame with wheat in and the ufual the By order of the SAMUEL To be SOL A PIECEof fitirate in the bofangh of in ttie county of Inte to Jofepli rf Mer decenfed j cantoning three now in and in the occupation of a tenant at the clearyearly rent of 5 called by the name bf the It i hetd by granc from rbe late Johrt Efq for fo long a term as 2000 from the yuar for the not ilibjeiSi to any outgoings CT charges except ihe in that part of the Country is very in For further particulars apply to of Grsys London j or Elizabeth of who Iheyv tlie This Day was In price i s SECOND EDITION M N 5 by fate f AM fcS A iu prefixed an effiy on tire of of Reverend Ffirfed for in Thp snd Third may ByELALPH in may be had the Firft Day iverc The THIRD and FOURTH VOLUMES of A1 SERIES of Gendins LETTERSi between HEN R Y and F a A N Printed for in be The Two former The Triumvirate T he Memoirs of a Dramatic by a This Day ivas printed in Twa Volutr two engraved by Price bound LONGS The SECOND Printed for in This is the celebraed work from which plot and the principal incidents of the Tragedy of the Counters of are This Day Elegantly in a Pjicc 5 A DISSERTATION on PRINCIPLES of jTlLELOQUENCE with regard to ityle ami compolHion of the New In which the the LORD BISHOP of OBSERVATIONS onthis hi hTi Jateoifcourfe on are fubflance of feveral Leiiufes reScHh Trinity By THOMAS L E L A N LPrinted fer in Ludeate Tbit Day ivere fit Very neccfTaryanJ uicful for ill FAMILIES printed price bound OR MS of DEVOTION for the uf of With a recommending tlia praiiice o family L E LA and srfded a fhorf expUnstion of1 the enrl anrl Aefign of the With fuitahle meritations and and a recomrjiendinj a due attend ance on that facred Likewife a poftfcript con with few prayer ur the iifs of thofe wio need fuch Printed in Tlic of Devotion may be price hrnd And tbeOiort price rh Tkh Day was Price NecefTary for all People that have a H6ufe or Live in iNANTS LAW The Laws and TIis i6h with all theAfts of Cafes dovntothe Printed for oppofite rriiy be lately LAWS concerning GAME of Fowling vvith nil the A els of Parlianierit down to the preflnt The 6fb price By of thi TRIALS PER PAIS The Law of Jar of the Efij ahd continuedby a carefal Tri Praflica of FINES and with the Theory belonging to Price To iri VlNCr fomeirme frnce grcatTy wih the appeared in and other alLover my nnd Jiavirxj had tfie advice of fevcrtl eminenf phyficranj at hit advifed by sifriend to try your Maredafitii which1 accordingly and am now perJeftly ro my ioraigr health by other If ycj thirik to nubUfli I no bumble fervarr December Any ptKOsi Jfcubtful of the eincacy of may to the tjie EviL ofvthg order from a in the Jiiejf fee akwi n any tite katt drance of bofinefs j they allo and by K Theie drops are in with ing ihrcriptioh on John and aoAorof Miredacts
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