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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 28, 1771, London, Middlesex From F of of taken up in this dliurged being con cerned in horOgMhg and maiming of Kfr and was committed to the prisoner on Sunday the 23d fol W about dufe in the a number ef the people Hearts of Steel it is faid upwards of A thoufand marched into this town well armed they immediately went barrack and demanded the Which being they threatened to fet to the houle ttf Waddal Cunningham i ac cordingly they proceeded to Cunnrtrghams broke open the his inch into the While thef were thus HalHday erase up ta riientfhat in vtoirid aftdpot he his oath he the pri ibner releafed in a limited number of minutes 4 they then ordered a party of their pwn convoy the Dador up to the whicn Doclor had no fooner entered the than a party from within the barrack of the Scotch Highlanders fired and hot three or four dead OH the one of whom was a per foa who lived near this and who was led there only curiofity when the people who at Conn iri ghams houfe heard of the fate that people who wenp to conduft Halli 3ay they immediately fet fire to the and burnt a great part of and threatened 10do the fame to Halliday with great deal of perfuafion got the prifoner and by this it prevented a great deal of mifchief r delivered the prifoner Bp to they went peaceably The difturbances amongll thefe are owing to diftrafttoii and defparr the monopolizing town by feveral people in this towrv having re duced them to the utmoft Pafled by thejoha and and from Arrivals at the following Ports aalca Marfom Ear of Curlinj j Suttiej Thornpfon Gill JahnfotH Hanover Sinclair Brown from London j and latfc fsbm SouthCarolina Carolina from Dover and Hub from Francis and from Briftol from Philadelphia i from Limerick Duke of from O N D O The bill for the better paving the of Goodman fields and the bill for the better paving the high ftreet olf lie ready fur the The further confideration of the bill for repeal ing a claufe in the Nullum Ternpus is adjouraed for three We hear that bill to prevent perfons who have been divorced from the of fending is to the following purport That ffte rciy bung dJTOrctfdAnr rte crime of to wih pgrfon with whoai he or fhall be proved to have nad fuch criminal may tend to the encou ragement of vice and and be produc tive of many and great ipxronvenieocies therefore it is that after a limited time it fftall not be lawful for any perfon who fhall be divorced by aft of parliament for to marry with the offending but that all fuch marriages fhall be deemed null and void that all the children who fhal hereafter be born in fuch unlaw ful fhall be declared and inca pable of Friday laft his Excellency Charles Governor of took leave of his Ma and on Sunday he fet out to embark pn Captain for his go Yeterday Thomas Efq and his ifoarried lady were presented to their Majefties at Yelterdiy Earl Temple gave a grand entertain ment to fevera of the at his houfe in at which the Lords Chatham and Lyt Vehsn were The the drmy from the zgth of is to be the fame as before the late only the tea new companies are to On WerJnefday the recruits lately raifed for regiment of light were dii They were allowed iz bear their expences befiSes half a jjpney from the The like to follow with all the regiments of It thar a afafolaw refufal has beeir given to very powerful rfitereft to ptocure a Jicence for the Harmonic A gentlfmajj of juft arrived from France t h at thereis ail the in the tt bcjieve that a jivil war wUJVCry At the Coftrt the City informed the the at tion be Co Houfe was inthe affi ion was which was read and ordered to be to tht Houfe of The report feamen entering into hia Majefty1s containing an account of their proceediftgSV readj and ordered to be enteted into the Joufiuli of the It appears by the 1017 feamen have entered anr rrceivfd the A motion was made by thltt all1 the1 and relasing to building the bridge at be depofited in the Town Clerks that the member af th have liberty tdlnfpeftthemr and make fucli from them as they think which was carried in the affirm a TM furthw confiueraticTi of tivc portwas pat off until next when the is ordered to concerntng put off the next Court but Thefollowing were chofcn Governors London Wbrkhoufe Stephen in of Oepnty now Alderman ilum Laurence fohn and Thomas in the room of five of the former The Go vernors of that charity confifl of all the and two Commoners out of each who con tinue Governors for The from is afhore on the Spit off The from London to having fprang a leak off is put back to and muft unload part of her cargo to The from with a rich cargo of is ftranded on the coaft of at a General Court of the South Sea Thomas was elefted SubGovernor without Yefrerday the chaplain to the BritiSi iadfory at was adj mhced one of the fellows of the Roya The frefh reports which have concerning the new amour bf a noble has occafioned an alfercation between him and a greater wherein the latter told chat he infifted OB 7no occafion fhoaldforthe future be gives to coun tenance fach reports he would not have th peace of families diftarbcd and bid him remenJ on alimilar of his pofts of At the late a lady afked a yoang Lord whyhe had not brought his filter to chat heaven anfweredmy my fifter happily for her has no fuch angelic A celebrated woman of quality rluringthe late hard afked Lady if thought any thing could be delightful than the concert in Sohofquare I have not been anfwered Lady but Til tell you what would be much more delightful to me if ray fortune would enable m to procure them the bleflings and prayers of the for the I had given at this dreary Oa being the adjournmentday of the cjuariersfeffion for the county of in Jafeph Timothy Waldoj and a Crowded of came on the trial of a furgeon and the keeper of a private for the aflauiting one with intent to commit a rape upon the falfely im prifoniog her For above three and the C9m mttting another affault upon It appeared in evidence on the that Leggatt had been fedaced by her under pretence of taking an airing to to the prifbners without being the Igaft foandatien for imputation of that whilit flie con fined fhe offered to engage for the payment of if he let her out but her note for purpofe would not be he was to have from her hafhsnd for confining her and that he her when they demanded her he would confine any if her would put her under his The trial full five when the prifoner was guilty by the jury of all the fevera charges to the entire fatisfacTtion of and fome hundreds of The not only confidering the many aggravated ttances hat attended the illegal conduft of theprvftmer in the prefenr bot how highly neceflary it when in their all keepers of uck infamous efta blifhed under the pretence of curing thoaerrt ti prevent the prifoncr from fuch behiviour for the and to dtter others from daring to violate the jf their xunrryf under anypretew to pafr on hita tjie ing fentence That he be imprifoned fjr f of bf fee in and upon the hjar pri the Margarets that he pay a of srnd grrt for hisgbtd behaviottr fot two and two a defcfen at Guift iiiiig fjrijjn were faqnd in this and j an was nade to fer f thfrn which bafck toiiie Poultry whether Droughtagainft Mifs Mary at Turnham out jp the the misfortune IB near the by the the apd was found dead the of to theJtrviag near deajhpfthe JX to the living of a Caouin Nocthearn battalion oTthe Lincoln j tft James lp daughter of James ordinary to Kingqf At Key of that pJaceyto Mifs qf Denmark Efq of Great Queen Lidcolnsinn to fylifs of At a very able merchant in of of the to Mifs of rn of La3y PJfeef of to of Til Ton d rofg i lo M i fs at from fucrt perfons as may fce wiilfhg to S 491500tons to crfrry Ordnance trwri MILfQKD ta Eacli pro pufat the name of tKe her in Whatnme he will feeready toreceive fret arid the price pij ton allowing z6 wdrking toioadrand the like nurrtber to fartof tiw loading confifts of pieces of timber to feet formi reliding at a from London may tranfmi their propofals by tbfe fealsd and dirofted io lha PrincipaJ Oificers of tht By order of tbe JOHN of For rkt tenofitof befh HE1 Direftors of this Society Tons South at fix and iti5 for riw admiffton of peffons c either or any lielnj Pid perfon may fajfcribefor an annuity Sftjf eetitled faid fijch Income rnairibcratfcirty yaats age 01 muft ccntinue numbers ten years before they ae en tided totheir PreftAt member may encreafi ther annuities to ot a Any perfon may her rifht and ft Jfi thsfaid Any perfon of paying at once the wHoleof hii or her halfyearly payments will be al lowed a difcount for prompt The capital of this fociery is invefted in the of in the Rames of nvelve trufreesi airrf oftea as is the is imBnediately laid out in the pjrctufe for the benefit ot the ainuitams j part of will fet apart for fecuring the payrhiat of aiijiuitits to junior The deed of rerJcfnent is enrolled in the High Court of Printed terms of adniiUTan the bar of the above tavern all puft to the Secretary of tb fai4 will be duly the Right DLady Ac lofeph X oi At hishoufe at At his hqiife at Chafles La danghter of ae Neaje the of Francis At Mrv at ioftiua February of the BILL wf W i N L E W lifq in the RT JL V E i object of this in order public jjuvpofes of its was i to f Joan Ef4 miniileriaj I bv hia ind reidcring him this SoLiey having that the public conduft ohn Zfq Iras continued fuch as merited their as ftiliy uccoinplifhed their ucciared purpoles of difuharging his no new fnbfcrip lions tor the futRre be opened in this Society any other undl allthe dcrbts of John Efq vyliich fhall dp pair to have due at the oTthc of this and already been jjjven Tn Comruitteeor General Meeting ftall be fu ly be appointed to mesl affhJs for the purpofe of and was born at in ferved an appfenticsfhip to a Surgeon in and afctrwards was employed rp fe as a Surgeon or if ths and African be now and to John or Cqore of he mayhear offometlung gteaify to his If ha is and acy fuch perfon fnafl be gratifiedfor wasat Liverpool ia not been of to C E At within on mile of in 5flejf TWO Tec Guinea a Fivo Slnlliriijs thServant j 15 hrincls a hall the utbct a 14 unjs tliroe Both the abcnehorfei were by the rCiog ot in the maantaifls ai the pidvince of iri Arlbia t grrsfs for The paid before rnares are taken Gregorys groom will fhcw the if j what of Juhn Ffcj now bon the time of tht fofrjruticn of this have alfeady been given in w any Comrnittce or General That thsfe Refolutksns be Theneitt meeting of the Society be onTuefday the laih of ROBERT Efq in the Subfcripttone continueto be rceived at the fo owing Hantey and Bolderp and Lewry and Halliday and by this Dinner on table at four THc Society for the Encouragement of r and offer the following P R E M IU ike perfon who Qiall in the prefctnt SPRING colTivate riw nutnfeer of acres with common or the GOLD MEDAL of the An properly of the quantity and eatgre oftrie land tine of of wheat produced per and the weight per Winchelter to delivered on or before the laft Tuefdtry irj Qclober The Candidate is dcfired to ive an account of the ufual average produce of the fame when fown vmh wheat in aild the uiual time of the By order of the SAMUEL To be SO L APIECE of futiate in the borough of m the county ef late to of Mer eontajnius now in and in the Jccijyation ef a tenant at at the rent of arid called by tfie name qi the White It is hdd by grant latt John Efql as tcop the jftiir freehold for the and not otrtjoingsor tXcept tbs vjrhkli in that part cT the country ia very in pirticulwa To b6 S1 O L THE LORDSHfPof within five miles of of and nei a good turn pikeroad coiiYnling of die and an exj falriTThfhery in the rivery upon which the eftate with divers cbmpaii farms within tlis laid coniaining iSco or of aid pasture now letC to fevcra tenant at T a whole efiaw is capable of great improvement by a rrew nclofurv has a fine growing oak wood Cipfon containing abfiut 60 pienty oi is very conveniently fituated for and other materials brotiiht Furrher be had by to in YoiJchire fohn irj in the ctunty or FJobert Efq isV London If the fti eflauis not fold together by private ccft trafij the fame w 11 be advertifsd to ft foLd in dtfei ferent jots to T RUR a proper and well tlie cire of die GR SCHOOL in this borough which ha fiurifhing upwards cf 40 yean uiidsr the ofthe rrreleni growji in arid at I he fdioo licufi veiy and well feagd with a gord library of coairncdioui and and ia the church appropriated to the ufe of the The found jtion ferried en thfcfclwol i per annum f an to gentleman inclined to owsr iiiauch a matter faid the Mayor anc Corpcyation ehsjxre to make the incomes loo the founiarion and ilvefirphts of the fchcc1 and if would take the of boarding his ic make the itavion mora A Layirwn a the Mre of the fciio i will be ta M His Truro is as the weft of lies on a jKar centre of tiie county vihftMs there ate good fchooh tor There aifo of fettled at on gcnrterRen eclucotcrf at Trufn Any gentleman inclinable to oififTmaybe to th Mayor of or Ailen Ibis Day 8s fewtidL prinrerl in ofEDWARD of Wnttsa by HIMSELF fr in Day was In Price Tljs T H t RD S D i T IO HISTORY of fiENRy frve 4 the of Iron rtie iJeiffr1 tije Confeffyr Henry Jto A TO j
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