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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 2, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twdfpence i dtt Frflfn SA TU RDA MO N D A iyr ARcti From the L Q N D 0 AZE T T T 0 A 5 177 r George Uarl of Pomfret by his Maje flys com i fwqrn his jeftys moft and took his place at the accord His Majefty has pfeafed to appoint Janes commonly called Lord Vlfcount to be Lord Lieutenant df Hertford j he this day took the oaths appointed to be taken thereupon March TV King Wing beta jJeafed to graot feh royal licence ta iu Chief bis Majeftys i Hands of the and in to return te this kingdom hia Majefty hasbeen plcafed to appoint Leybourne Efq to be CaptainGeneral and Governor in Chief of thoTe in the room of the faid Robert Our late Sovereign the of Adolphus exgjred about eight oclock this at his palace ia this in the 6ift year of his and 20 th of hit Yefterday the Great Council met as and named 1 5 perfons properly quali fied to tint dignity of vacant by the death of John Baptift 2f We are informed from the Weftern that upwards oi 500 fouls from Iflay atid the adjacent preparing to xnigrtte next fmnmer to under the con of a gentleman of wealth and whofe predeceflbra refided Iflay for many centuries Aad that there is t large colony of the moil fubftantial people in making ready to follow the example of the Argatbelianf in going to the fertUe and cheap lands on the other fide of the Atianciek It is to be dreaded thefe will prove hurtful to the C O fj N T R Y N E W A clergyman in this waf la A to ike county gaol for injuring a girl about 17 years of that trade cannot be carried on to bjr private aad to prrjcnfe reftoratlon of tnc Eaft at Park infolrms that he biiftje feems now rather to decine Some of it have fwijllowed which hascaft a damp updn the fpirlts uf who iem oat jifo that the Kingfeenjs fiori intent than to exercife his arbitrary difporrfon Tw6 edids are juft iffded at wtich pTphjiJt the importation of fcd earthen brougit from any foreign According to letters from the Court hit received difsgreeablc advices from lative irrfurredion of the people in feveral ihe Governor and principal cngrpfled the and oils of the ii Th a fSlighter at his Mareb On Friday eminent of was found drttvoed in a ditch near Tirrington in fuppofed to Jiave been thrown from as was returning to Lynn on Thurfday s H T N E w Wind Sailed laft night his Msjeityg hip Romney and all ths Came down and failed this morning his Majsitys hip Orford the Malaga for Cadiz for Virginia for Scvik for Corke and and John and for Dublin j and New for MARCH Wind Came and failed the for Gibraltar for NewYork Mary and for Philadelphia for Georgia for Virginia for Jamaica Royal for Virginia for Bilboa STiei and for Senegal afti for Remains Ins Majeftys fhip MARCH Pafled by the from Maryland from Ollend 5 from Rhodelfland from Havre lie Grace Marchionefs of from TeRerifft and Boulogne from Arrivals at the following Ports Jamaica Smith Highett Holbrook Chubb and from Briftol from Philadelphia j and Dor from SungateCreeko from AJicant Jen from Denia j and from Carthagena Leghorn Modrrffeay Amiable from Dublin fnd Dbver Lord Murryr from SouthCarolina from NewYork from Anjona Prince of from On Saturday night fonte difpatches were fent for to be forwarded to his Ma jeftys Governors at Gibraltar and A letter from Breft that orders had been to unrig feveral capital of both there and but the Toulon fqusdron is to be kept upon a refpeftable while the fleets continue in the Mediterra nean and Levant A letter from Brunswick that her Rval Highnefs the Princefs of and the yanng Prince her are expefled to fet out for England early in the Itjs fuppofed that the Royal of his who were at and were ex peciedio town the latter end of this will retarfl home of a letter from The apprehenfions of t war deterred many of our merchaofs from venturing in the Eift India trade but has been a profpeft qt the fevera preparing to A letter from dated In the fale of the Ragufian veffcis and Count Orlow fpared the belonging to neutral and particularly thofc the Part of the produce of the faid falfi was put into the military part diilributed to the and the reft divided among the crews of the Ruffian According to recent letters from the diiturbances in that province are not Jubflded on h1 2th of in the night feveral perions and fee hre the of Richard Efq of the wbich were totally In the tioiva vaft quantify of befides ieveral ftads were Governjr Tryon im mediately publifhed a offering a re ward of for difcovery of the On the i 2th of November the jail at was broke and all the fome of whom were under fen tence ot were permitted to make their It is currently that fuch a jealoufy has arifen between two eminent account of the favours of a great that he has ordered one of them never to appear again in his It is faid that a reconciliation is accompli filed be tween Wildes and through the mediation of A has laid a wager of joo that he produces a man trial ftial raatwo miles on the courts at C helms ford in twelve car rying 2 Ifei of fand upon hip bett is to bt decided on the 28th On Thurfday laft as the workmen were diggjng in the road at near in they difcovered the body of a fcarcely one foot under without any fhroud or covering Some marks of violence but it is not yet who he On Friday two old haufei in Brick lane fell and killed a gentlewoman and a child that were by at the On morning the body of a dancing mafter was taken the Serpen in A love affair is faid to have been he caufe of this rafh On Friday the ferryraah at Chelfea ftepping into a boat his foot he fell the Acfet of villains have robbed moft of the gar in and about Brumpton Faft pulled down many antffhrSivn them into ponds a great from the feveral windows with the rpari ig ravel1 and committed other outragesus to the great difturbance of the On Frrday mornirvg early Andertons ceffee was broke and robbed of all the in On Friday laft were lolen wit of the bar of Wardourftreet fix with tongs aad thought to be done by a that came into the coffeeroom and called for a glafs of as thece was no other the On Saturday a young pfeked t gen pocket of hij watch laft during fervice in Erides was carried before the who commuted him to He begged permiffion to enter into the Eaft India Companys fervice but being an old it was The two ltds wete carried befofe his Lordfliip for picking the above pdcket of his handkcrchfef by Ludgate as ih proceffinn of the Ancient Britons was pafilng Oa fearching them nic other a caV of and other were found upon They were both committed t9 Woodftreetcompter On Friday the pro per a ttood at the door of Brides in watch the motion of the when no leis than four wdldrefkd per on the fecuring of whom fix gold and watches were They Mtere carried td Woodft Wilbughby be a Drtgutier arid fubcornet in the fecood troop of commanded by Lord Benjamin of to the of his Majellyj Cuftoros in NorthAaiews George Efqj irollcr for rhe port of to be the pcrtt oi Hardy de jn in John Eftj of ftreetj to Mifs Elisabeth Langleyyof in Corni to Mifs Daughter of of of Clefken to Pile of The cif Mifs Cornelia of gold button in in the to Mifs Nancy daughter of the lite Efqi of Henley upon DIED At her houfe in the Lady Ifabclla fifter ofthe At Lady Jane Fearn fhe has iefc her which to i P1CCC DonaTd Daiifwd Efq ef in Surry he had hunting in the morning with his andjhati rode a remarkable At his chambers in attorney at but had retired from At the Crown inn iii in James Efq Captaipin the 6ift regiment of In Norfolk n the James At his JamcVs ceal At his hoafe at the lady of The lady of Sir Charles of near wife of furgeen and ac Frm th LONDON AVERAGE PRICES of Prom February toFebuiary By ths Scwiani WINCHESTER Bufhel of Zight COUNTI 10 Average 6 S s COUNT 5 5 S 6 5 4 5 5 6 Returns not compleat this S 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 6 3 4 3 3 7 4 4 i 3 TO 4 o 3 2 3 3 3 9 I 9 9 3 1Jj I E S upon 3 71 3 4 4 4 3 S 3 3 3 the C 7 O I jo 2 7 3 4 3 2 3 6 2 6 2 I t 2 n 3 3 Z 2 2 1 2 1 O A S 2 3 3 3 o o 10 9 11 J 3 n a Returns not this week 3 2 10 3 10 3 S g Average fvorth South Wales 5 5 5 5 S 5 S 5 S si IO 5 3 7 o o W 6 i 9 10 Q S 9 if i i v i 10 L 10 Z II E 3 2 3 o 7 5 S 3 O 2 0 2 I a z i IO 7 4 4 u 3 4 4 3 C E N AL per 5 7 ill 3 ij 2 3 5 per Quarter 43 8J 31 4 24 8 16 o I 27 4 A N Returris thence not FuWifhed by Authority of WILLIAM B A N R U P T of the City of in and of in the city of ribboaweivcrs an J copartners j to furrenier the JOth and 4th and i jib of at four in the after neon at Lambs of in linen draper to futrender the at ten in the ini 16th and 13th of at four in the at Herne and Pa Londeni Days appointed for making the Dividends of Eftates to Thomas of High in Mid the z6ih at ten ia the at Thomas Hcndiaw of the in the pariflt of Botolph without gunaukerj the 6th of at twelve at Touinji of in the of Atjn the Liberty of in 2jd at four in ths at Charles Roche and Hobert both of of wareliiHjfemen anJ partneis at four in the at Juiiji Yw4Bgj of the ijih ra the at GoJhartl and David of mer cftanrs the at ten ii the ac Riclutni of the at eleven in the at 6xiiUHaHf FIWAL soiw ja litf of the ciiy i ayi t and ia It tJENDi J late of die City of iji oldet eleven in the aV ths Gfiihound Sad Skaksfpear icthe faid if 1 Becconfaal the Jt of in merchantV the 3f of at ten in the fij 1 attkfi White Liveipooh to allowed of Lawrente oh or before a 3d inftv of jdf ht Majeftys do hereby they will be at office in Margaret day of to receive PROPOSALS pcrfVns ahout for 500 runs to carry Buildinj Materials Stotejfroaa AUUOftD II AVfcN jp Su oroft fpeciiy the naiiie of fliip and bef in fhe will ready to antf the price per ton according to alloWmg 20 working djiyj toIpad and the Irkt number to Part of leading confifts of ot fropi zo to 50 PerfoQ5 refiding ac a diitance from London play tranlhiit their projfjdftls by tha fealcd anddirSdled le the Princifftl OiUCars of the Ordnance at the By order of the JOHN BODD1NGTQKL THE Society for the Encouragement of and offer the f P R EM I U To the perfonwho fhal in the prefent SPRING fhe grfcstefl number of acres with common FIFTY or the GOLE ef Societys An properly of the quantity ani nature of the land time of fcwing and quantity wheat produced per and the weight per Wlnchslier to he delivered onor before the laft Tuefday ia Oftober The candidate is defired give an account of ufual average produce of thefame land whenfown with wheat in and the ufual time of the By order of the A N N U I f 1 p S on L I V E THETiuftees appointed by virtae of an aft of for improving the of the frorn the town of Hertford to the river do hereby giye That they intend to raife a fum of upon the credit ef the and duties fettled by the faicl ad of by fale of on OB the foilovviag To ahdertrvs age of 50 at 14 purchafe to sutA ua4er ite ut 6b is yeas purchafe j to perfons of the age of 60 and at 10 years Any perfon inclined to any fecurtrd as defired to call ar and In LoBrfon cr at the Clerk to the faid at Wertfbrd where proper books will be kept fcr ths above The faid annuities are to cwnrnunce from the time of paying die be payable accordinj to the UiredHons of ihe faid of No lefs than nor more than to granted upon any one Clerk to the BENJAMIN wfco was bora at in erved appreniicefhip to a Surgeon in in and afterwards was employed in the fts in the Greenland and Afrisaa be wow arid will apply to Mr John or Goore of he may jisar of fonnthinj to hi If ha is and any one can give fatisiadory roo fuch ihail be entiiitd for his Ife af HI and Ins not been heard oi HORSES to C within one mile of in TWO ARABIAN at Ten a and thServant one a 15 hands and a half the other a 14 haji s tiuctf Both the above hrrfes were bred hy the King in the mountains of in the province of Li Arabia Good grafs for money to be paid befartt the mares are taken Gregorys groom will hew the is from Wnirechap Tobe SOL D in na y On ThurWay the of Ma as threeodcc in the ar te Ciulpniliofe in GOODS under TEA ohea 254 Which have been and condemned and mny bs visaed at any in proper in hish warefioufe at that two days baibre the At ttre fame time anj place wi4 he Two worn fixoar d O A TIMS To be S O L I h A U C T I O On Saturdaythe i6th day of Marcji benvccn ths hours of twcr and fix of the clock in the at the Star in the town of in the county of THOUSAND OAK now JL in the parith ot in arid all numbtrd on the jhjrW with following iots Lot Lot For particfftTTS inqoit Wiiihm Efq at Swanfea Jonss and on the who will wilHhcw the A grtiat part of tho above rimber is fit for his Majestys navy 5 aiid rear rhe river I oushor and and within four of the navigable Daj ivat Prite i an HpROfC POEMi Jljuftr V4 with thd obfcrvations of ScnbJerus which is Bucks anc
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