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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 5, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N D Twopence From to MARCH MARCH frm the LONDON FEBRUAY SINGULAR misfortune happened at The very brge drifu of ice tfce oecafioned by the late have ed a bar about two miles diftant from that which having ftopt the courfe of the the city and adjacent country are March This day the King was pleated to in veil the Earl of Rofcberry wiih the of the moft antient and rapft noble Order ef the with the ufua His Lordihip was prefented to the Sovereign by the Earl On the of lad a fire broke out in fome wooden buildings on the wharf next the which continued with great violence tili near font rc when it was got after having con fumed all the buildings from where it began to the life range oo JJeals The damage fuf tsined is faid to be about S H I P N E W S MARCH Wind Came down and foiled the for Remains his Majeftys fiii G MARCH Pafled by the Hen from Belfaft and from Arrivals at the following Ports Dunkirk from In the iexell end from Corke and from New York 5 and Three from from London New from Liverpoole j and from Dartmouth t from DuMin from Watertbrd from Ffchnoinh frora Poole from Cowes from SauthCarolnu Belfaft from Relfaft from Briftol Curling and Little from Georgia i Philadelphia from Water Dover frm Lifbon 5 and Carolina from Carolina Jaraefon and from Lifbon anJ In StanjawCreeke from Monday night there wast long debate in the Lower Houie on thfe EaftIndia recruiting whether it Should be committed r Whesi it WBJ carried fer committing 103 agaicft Among the 65 were feveral gentlemen who are very fel dom knows to be together on the fame fide of a Lord Welbore mod of the army Sir George E The majority was led bjr Dyfon and Lord North was Yeilerday the Liverpool playhoufe bill was re ported from the Committee to the Upper and the of S h then gave notice that he fhould move to have the faid bill read a third time Yefterday came in the Lower the further confideration of the Oxford paving after a a divifion was called and the numbers appeared to in favour of 103 5 sgainft it is faid Pwn11 made the following mo tion in the Lower Affembly yefterday That in the late negociation with the Court of Spain con cerning Falklands his M ys M rs having negleded to demand an explanation of the bath of office taken by the Spanifh Governors in their general and the eftablifhed laws of under which thefe Governors pretend to and under which the Court of Spain doth pretend to juflify them in commencing his ys rights and poflefiions in America remain thereby and liable to be tfifturbed by the faid pretence of fuch oaths of their gtttfrs and the eftablifhed laws of On the 43 were for the 130 agalntt Serjeant we will make a motion of an extraordinary in the Houfe of Com on Friday relativeto the Spanife ExtraQ of a letter from tbt 2 Some prjvate Jrtters from Ratifoon that they have difeaycred the dellinarion oi the Aoftrisn army 6f which is to Formed the enfuing fpiing on the frontiers of It as they to take pofleifioa ofMoldavia and Valachia in favturof the Duke of in order to form a fettlement for that The frequent couriers that between the Courts of Berlin and are faid to be npon this in which thefe three Courts are jointly as each of them hope to find their account in A Canon lately arrived here from with to change his and em brace that of the H immediately prefented a petition to the Prince fitting forth the motives wdMch induced him take fuch a and claiming ci at Serene Highnefsj which was granted He hifr fince attended one of the Paftors of our order to be inftnjfted jri the of formed This is looked upon as a extraordinary as the Roman Priefts are feWdm known to change the The Landgrave dating in Hotlind a loan oi fiorins five per in order to pay off debt which that Prince had contracted with fome of the great towns in He mortgages the county of Lichtenberg in which belongs to his Serene Highnefsi An Englifh gentleman at Paris writes thus to his friend in The civil lift in this country has not paid one fingle cre ditor fince the year Agriculture is fo ill that bread is double the price it was at in 1763 fo that it is now at upwards of three fos and a half per pound to crown the the other day the efcorted by ths irwn fword in went to the and clipped twothirds of its to give it to Court Hapjy Englaad whefe miniilers ad only for the peoples Monday the Lord and his paid a vrfit to her Dowager of Wales at Sunday Lord Hyde minority Peers gave a fplendid emertainment to the Earl of Lord and many other Noblemen and Gentlemen of the at his houfe in Upper Lord of the kingdom of is ftiordy to be created Ear of and his Mifs to be married to the Lord Lieute nant of that with fortune of On Saturday at the Halfmoon tavern in his Grace the Duke of Knight of the order of and one of the fixteen Peers of was inrtalled Grand Mafter of the moll antient and honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted His Grace entertained them after the installation with a moft fplendid and made thm a noble prclent towards their Some we have fuggefled to our by a gentleman equally remark able for his good fenfe and which will in a good degree prevent the numerous bank ruptcies that happen in this by reducing all commercial intercomfa to a certaia and fatis faftory It is reported that per was offered to a noble to itop al further proceedings with r el peel to his claim on forne lately difcovered lead mines in It is faid tlie valu A the above mines will foon amount to per Ic is weii knovvn that inteftine broils are more Jeftruclive than foreign attacks as a proof of the after bidding defiance to whatever or ruoYahfy eauui tffgS agximft is on the point of from the pr rings and of ts own We hear from in that the Mary that is loft on the North on the coaft of and all hands perifhed except one The from Rotter dam to is on more on Margate yefterday morning early a fire broke out at a chandlers fhop in near which confumed three and greatly dimaged feveral At the adjournment of the Quarter held the 26th of at Margarets for the county of a gentlcmwis Rotherhithe caft on an indiSmertt agatnft htm for overturning a gentlemans The fail being fully proved to the fatisfaction ef the he was fined fbc months imprifon and to find fccurity for his good at the adjournment of feffions at a hearing came by an application from a publican in who wanted to remove his licence from one houfe to another he had applied for it feven months but was pofsd by one of the and during that been kept out of which had been a confiderable lofs to Recorder that he fhould be always ready to pay due refpefl to the cpinien of Member of the provided it was founded on but as there was nothing ill alledged the he thought him hardly Alderman Wilkes was of the fame but he was implied on in the account which had been before given him of the affair where upon an order was maJe that the petitioner fhauld have his YeTrerday a French hairdreffer was carried be fore Sir Charles Afgill at being in com pany with a woman at a publicLoufe in the Old who had ftolen a gown from thence but he had made her He behaved in a very infolent manner before the fwearing many calling the Conftable an infolent fel row for taking a gentleman into Sir Charles commicted him to and the party was bound over to Yefterday morning a welldreffed womaji ftole floorcloth out of the fhop of in tlie but being he was car ried before Juilice who committed her to On Monday evening a man went into a parlour in by the Fleetmarket the being left open and broie open dot at he Hole four dinals With fine lacCj juli made up for Yefterday a man well with fome wire in was found drowned in a ditch near the Man at He bad been drinking at at Stepney the night 1 Major to be LieirteriamCoJonel ia the or Queens fegi ment of Gwynne to be in the 6th regiment of At Bethnalgreen mailer of the coffcehoufei to At his houfe in Blaom At Lynn in an eminent phyfician of that At m Thomas very confiderable farmer of hat and fon of John Efq one of the Juftjces of the Peace for the county of At her houfe at a widow William E of in many years rnafter of the Caftie tavern in At Nouinghanv William aged 107 and three days his At the reftor of that The living is worth 6ooh per OFFICE of THE Principal Officers of his Majeftys Ord nance do hereby give tljat they be at their ernes in Margaret on h the Eth day of to receive PROPOSALS from fucli peifons as may be svilline to LETT a SHIP of about 4 or 500 tens to carry Building Materials anrl Ordnance Stores from MiLFORD HAVEN to Each muft fpecify the name of the and her in what time fhe vill be ready to receive her and the price per ton according to lier allowing 20 working day to load and the like number to Fart of the loading conn ft s of pieces of timber from 20 to 50 feet Ptrfons at a diiiancc from London may tranfrnit tliLir propofals by the f fa led and directed to the Principal Oilieers of the Ordnance at the By order of the JOHN OFFICE of iE Principal Olacers of his Majdlys Ord nance do hereby give That they will be kt their office in on Tuefday the izth to receive PROPOSALS from any perfons willing to PROVIDE a SHIP of about 350 tons to carry Timber foms pieces of whhh aie feet in length and Ordnance Stores to By order of the JOHN IF BENJAMIN who born at in ferved an apprerticjfhip to a Surgeon in in Stafford and was employed in the as a Surgeon or Surpeons in ths Greenland and fe now and will apply to or Gorre of ive fteffVw henr ct to hii If he ii rind any one can give proof fuch IcrKn bcgiatiiiecl for hia iie L in and has not of ISERTED from a Recruiting party of the iiti cf comrnandfd by Thomas then qjaitered at JOHN M A S S E 5 feet 7 inches aed black black had on a Sijhtcoloared brown white locking breeches by trade a tinplateworker j ki rn at in the county of Somerfet a Birmingham the i6tli oiFebruary and deferted from the faid Recruitingparry at the day of Fcb Whoever Iecurcs the Lid fo as lu may t e to as a perjured dtffauder of tlie of his of and gives norice to LieuttnAnt of the faid at Wnrminfler in or to John Eft Ajenc ro rtie faid u fhnll receive ao ihiKings over above the so fhilings allowed by aft of To be SOLrFby A uTTrTONi In many On Thurfclny the i4th of at three oclock in the a the Cuflomhofe in IE GOODS under T E A J 646 i L 254 S Vvhich have feizec and condemned and may be at any in proper in his wareiicufe that two clays before the At the fame time and place will be Two fixoard o A K To be S O L D by On Saturday the i6th cay of between the hours of two and fix of the dock in the at the Star Inn in the town of in the county of npHREE THOUSAND OAK now at in the panfh of Llinpeve in the faid and all nuiTibtrd on the rhind in tlie fallowing lots Lot Lot Lot For inquire of at Swanfea or Jones and on tic who will will 7iw the A trent part of the above timber is and fit for his navy and lies Jie river and and within fuur miles 01 Uie navigable part To be S O L APIECE of fuuate in the bnrnugh of in the county of S late belonging to Jofcph of clectnfcd containing three now m and in the of a tenant at at the yearly rent of 5 and by the name of the lf by from ills late John for fo long i term 2000 years from the year freehold for the and not to any outgoings or clurecs cxvept the which in thac part of the counny ii For further particulars apply ro of London or to Elizabeth ei Vrtio wUJ Qievv the p to be j E And emerrl at THE GREAT and SiVfAlL TYTHE3 of hi county of Buclcs j ther wih the TYTHES of in ihd Efqj parifu of in tic For inquire of Jobn Wi of Tovvi of To be S i THE LORDSHIP of E five milos cf the city of and ieara confifiinp of tlie S tenfne fnlrnsnftftery ii the rivery the eftate divers cbmpail Vfi within the faid containing iSoo of and pafture now kjf to feveral tenants at T e whole eftate is of great improvement by a new has fine growing oak vvood upon 60 plenty of and is very conveniently fituated fct and other mateiials being brought Further particulars may be had by applying to in Yorkfhire John ia in the faid county or Robert Bfqj iri If the fair eftate is not fold together by private con the fame will be fhortly advertifed to be fold in 4if ferent lots to ths beii LIVES of the THE few remaining COPIES of thtf 0 R V of ths P O P E By AR C H I B A LD U In Vol Being the only complete hi i levy oi from the foundif tion of rhe fse of to the yer Formerly for Three Guineas and a May now be had for Two Guineas in fheets or any odd Volumes to at Seven Shillings each Of it In tbe and injill be pubUjbid in afew Prlc 4 THE ADVENTURES of PIERRE a nntie of Tranfiated from the oihinai By The whole ftory coniprehends an interval 01 ona and abounds with fuch extraordinary as would exceed they not atttfted by un quefiitnalile Printed for in RufTsl Covengarden and nv in Ibii Day was Price 6 A DISCOURSE dslirered to the STUDENTS of the ROYAL on the dirtribmuri ot the By the Printed for in Bookfeller ro tc Royal Where may he A Difcourfe a the op3ning of Royal January Price i A on ihe of the in Prs ftwed InlliibcJto id Earl or Dy Late Fellow of THE LOVES of MEDEA and A Trrniljred the Greek of Apoilonias Rhcdiusj K I N and Reftor of fcr tfe tins and foil at the Bookeles and Parnphlet fhops i towi and Tbii Day ifas iricc 6 Emhellilhed iljree very cUgant from original A rrprcfcrratiun cf the dancing ihe lady ani tlie Dtrur nt mafqicrsde tie butonmakcrs aJjuiling tluir differences and a nne int NUMBER of rpHE OXFORD MAGAZINE UNI JL VERS1TY For Printed for the Authoi j avl folH by S I and in Pacern and all oihT in and Where may had the This Day luftj The SECOND EDITION of A LETTER to RICHARD oa JL JL the conhucion anJ of ufi By T K O M S D T K FI A With a of fugit fqie Adjeclnque c pientur Printed for at m iv I EfTay on die Pu ever and Puerpeial ice 6 For the U E of SCHOOL Thii N E N T i L rr i o N s of s Iniroduftion toTraJsand 3 Ueanj r Hudfons Price i 6 Cew and P ice 4 Price 6 La Trade of and rJi Uu U Price Keils in PHc PrLnrcd for in Hli Ilil This In prici ICK Duktt uf i i E N i Y F fubi of i tlu at Large in a ciue iOii i the Right Royal fur Crhninil Convyf tridi biore the in the Court ff the verba on Lord cf C willi the Lad rofvrnrr William Lcid July liveitn by with ail the of tiu of tiv Printed for itv 5 the in the Ko pare of ihefc prceedings prinied
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