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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 7, 1771, London, Middlesex f L O H DO Price Twopence From MARCH to S T U R D A MARCH MARCH 1THIN the fortnight part quantity of wheat Has been fown in the counties of Northumber land which could not be fawn in the autumn on account of the wet feafon it is if the fpring proves it will produce a good S H P MARCH Came down and faikd the Davis for Bofton 5 and Ann and Eli Remains his Majeilys H hy the Lady from Ejnbden ajid Carolina from idle following Penfacola from Carolina Rbfe from Brirtol and Betfey and from Her Majefty is expcded to liein about the be ginning of Yefterday William Member for Kingfion uport and his newmarried were introduced to their Majefties at We are informed for that the Chief Juftice of the Kingsbench will retire in a few On Wednefdaycame on in the Lower the Durhamyard embanking bill upon which there were three The firft motion made by was to the following effefl That the City fliould be re firained from examinin5 evidence to the fame points that had been amply proved in the Com jnittec the numbers 53 for the and iz againfl It was urged by the friends of the that the bufinefs had betn very fully difcufTcd in the at the requeit of the aad been continuedfor near two that they might have an opportunity of producing every material evfdeftce printed copies of which evi had been already at their own to the Members that the fole ufe of Committees being to prepare bufinefs for the it was contrary to all reafon to harfafs thatHoufe with endlefs a point which had come Xinajrfmoufly from the The foundation of the queftion requires to a new peticiao appearing asainft the from 15 out of more than who navigate the the Council City were Whetrwfor not they were employed alfo by the peutiormvg lightermen f They that thty were for the City only after hearing the debate on the former quef and being properly inflrulsd by they then that they were credibly that they were empleyed by the new though it appeared they received nei ther brief nor was then ff The Cofiimon Serjeant is obliged fii information in the Mayors Court for that by the direction of Court of Court of Aldermen and by order of the Gomritonhall We hear that an inftallatiou of Knights of the Garter will take place in June ExtraS of a later from 2 This morning arrived the Emerald with our General and Lord George Lennox and his andwere faluced with 19 gunsfrom the hear an order is ar rived to level the town of Philips this is a very neceffary as it can afford good belter for above a great part of which may belodged in the winecellars fecare from fhot or fnells j this the French availed themfelvcs fo much that truy loft buc few men before the bstteriej were Admiral Harland fet out for in order to fail with the fleet the firH fair wind where he is to be ftationed for three write from that orders arc re ceived for paying off the Barfleur and Suftoik at that and the be turned over to the Revenge and which are ordered to fail for His Majeilys fhip of 50 at is put into and Leflie appointed to the command of Taylor is appointed to the command of his Majeilys fhip of 70 at Chat in the room of Sir John A mvfuit is commencedagainlt an officer of for criminal convcrfation with the Lady of a Right The celebrated Lady who was fo dexterous a few years fince at a jewellersin in conveying away a pair of valuable diamond ear and leaving a pafte pair ia their met with a very mortifying repartee lafl weclc at a card The Lady of the who fat next to retiring for a few left her gold fnuft box on Ae table upon her return it had vanifhedj fhe enquired if no lady had by miflake put it into her pocket every one denied when a girh about ten years faid to the fair my I faw you put it in She coloured as much as her complexion woiJd allow and produced the I amr very And 1 beg my replied ihs prprieer of the box yeu mayremain never to your face here On Wecinefday night a fire brokeput at a publics houfe in and yeiterday ion was on fufpiciou of havinz f r l i ir on John William Genrge were charged bejore at en the oath of two of dictr ac wiih having committed divers robbe ries and burglaries inLondoo andMiddlelcx en of them was committed to the and the other two to On Tuefdsv the in Newgate for for gery on a great to was prevented by a fellow On Wednefdny morning laft a young ler Whether evidence fhould be examined for the vanc I0 a tallowchandler in was new whofe petition mutatis mu found fofTic ate d in his with a large poc From i t A N R U V T of Rarhric the of u to lurrrndir tjih at faur ia the the 16 i t ten in ihe and cf jt fjur in the at ansl in ot the tc the 2 i i ani of at eleven in the the Beaufort at in A Peter Jolliff the cf ihs and of merchant lj furrtnJer rlu tii au anJ of at ten in uv on the Tavtrn at Poole Uay appuinteJ for making of a f s EiiatHS to Anihony of in mrrchant the iRthof at five in the it of the OFFICE of March Principal Officers of his Majeilys Ord clexhefchy give That tluy will be at ftiir oSicBin Marcarets on the jath to receive PROPOSALS from any psrfons willing to PROVIDE a SHIP of about 350 to carry Timber forns pieces of are feel in length and Ofdnancj Stores to By order of the JOHN Eftablifhed the zift of PROVIDENT for the BENEFIT of A NEW EDITION of THE TERMS of ADMISSION into this in great Improvements pr ticuhrVy a by which perfjns Lirhcr may be admitted WITHOUT IAVING ANV IiNt and which may be had gratis Ly at the Bar of the Feachtis ChtMcf je j where the Society incc next and every at fivu ck jvcn ing to Members of arc entitled to it any iuih as cornrnence memLis at Uiey bccLfiie to i perfuns To bi S O I D In many On ThurfJay the r4th of three oVlocS in the y in THC GOODS under T A J I O i fce IH 1 ft S v i L J J piCa haver ftiJcaarid coryJcmneo and iriay J at in proper in his that two days tfore At the form time and phce will be Two worn fixoard PIE 17 CE a id t who chufe to o fulfcriptlons in he a their rc itkU in Secretary of There is art the dffd obliging iociety to fix a capital for ihe Ucu rity younger AU letters jprvjtpaitl only dire the li be duly anfwc Teni tf truy alfo re lad at tbc Vine in in in next M iiitli j at the Str and fa jr TKerc ere ITCO snj rrpy tcar IIH tinea to the crrarrr a P To be f fuuate the borougfit ii coffnty of to fcph of that reciaitd three now in n he of a recant at ckr rent of and called 67 the w It is held by granjt from die hte for fo long A term as frcnrr year 17iCj freehold for the and fjbjeft to iiny or charges except the which in tluc part cf the country is veryift For further particular apply to pf London or to Elizabeth of who will fhew tbe To b6 SOL At the KjrttrsArms at in rjn Thurfday the diy of March at four ocijcjc in the difpofed of by private contraft in the mean of which notice will be given A FREEHOLD FARM confiding of 45 acres jfjL of and jre with a eood barn thireon j fituate at near Barton 5 the Chy and and wicliin thres miles of Amptiiili The above premiffcs are and let on Itafe to Thomas i icr rhe of zi which expires aC at the yearly rent of For particulars inquire of Harrifon and AttcrnieSj CheapYide and at the King s Arm at Amptlni OAK B E To be S O L P by A U C T I 0 On Saturday the i6th day of between tho hours of two and iiX of the clock in ihe me in chs rown cf in the county of npHRSE THOUSAND OAK JL at in the of in the faid and all nemberd on the rhrfid with in tie following lots Lot Lot Tot F r of WjlJiam Efq at SwanVa or Jont3 and oh the vvllw ilijw A griit pare of the above timber is fit nivy and lies near thrivtr 1 oughor ard and miles of the part On h To be SOL rJay tie day of u Mr ni to piy thlr BiirVrupts QEVERAI t r I l for A C O r i C BLACK M March A R the fame with that of the City it having that the Council tverefor the City only though they were nowcredibly that they were for the new petitioners a fa It was not to indulge 15 oat of 600 by breaking through forms of the The numbers Were 57 to The third qileflion Whether the City fhould be indulged in a long for an inquiry into their right to the foil of or whether it mould be difcufled on Friday nxr their whole evidence ariflng from one roll of which their Council pretended he could not read r The num bers Friday were Od WedneWay night the Lower Hnueof a great Affembly came to the That provifion be made for the pay and cloathing of the militia for That TOLEN out of a gentlemans QTOLEiS b ft O in a Mack 15 in inch with n ihort itunip Uanfl c her hind fonie in iiur very Iliong ighted by the it i fup ofed he had placed in order snake him laving had a cold for fome Yefterday the boJy of a woman was up drowned near Wcdnefday morning a four vears was run over by a ftagecoach ia and killed on the The late Lany Ifibella fiftcr to the late Earl of and the prefent Lady Manf has left by her will per anm each to her two Henry Ef of New be granted for off Exchequer made out byvirtue cf an arji la ft And on ihe ways artd means that there be licen ced an additional number of rot exceeding two and that the new licences to grunted be extended to all places in the cities of London and and the liberties and the limits of the weekly bills of mor That there he referved on every one of the faid five Ihilnngs per to be paid the continuance of fuch licences and alfo that all che monies ariftng therefrom be applied Irt the fame manneras the rents of hackneycoaches are directed by an act of the 2pth of Queen to Mils daughter of the Lord Bifhop of Ifaac Baruh to Mifs Judith daughter of the late Baron of Bifhopf Francis Efq TownClerk of to Mifs Jane ofCam The of GreatMai in to Mifs Ann Elizabeth of of to Mifs cf of to Mifs of the fame in the to of Martins At Stamford in Thomus Efq to Mifs daughter of the late Noah A his houfe at Sir of Abbycwm RadnorHiire by whofe death without iflue the tide is become wholefale in At the Lower the power of Juries j William Efq formerly a at a quarter after ten the Houfe the gr0csr in numbers 72 for the 217 againft Of Yelterday the Liverpoule piayhotiie bil jn In Hanover according to read a thirJ time afterwards j James At her houfe in San after a lingering reiicl of At his houfe at crtizen and and many years oneof the CommonCouncilnaen of Broacilheet in the 66th year of his age the cccafion of his death was a fall he received in one of his ftables which frac tured his John many years a principal clerk in the In North wife of and trots very Whoever will sive notice to ar where ih Ciid lie toun4 lhalf re ceive five guineas if the UiJ mare iioLld be olfeed to be itnp her and tiu and give notice toSir JJin and receive ten guineas resvaiti torn di ESERTED from a Recruiting party of the nth regiment of by Captain Thomas then at JOHN M A S S E 5 feet 7 inchfi 23 black blvk on a lijhtcolourJ brown white by a at F in the county of ar the i6th day of reuriiary at Binninch a cly o1 Feb Whoever tlie hil fj i may hi o as a the oi liii ani ia eives norice Lie of the faid at Warminitsr in or to John Efo Aicn e in lhai c ovci and above the 20 fhillines by afl o v Yefterday vvll made a mul tion m H O R S S to At one iTiile of TWO ARABIAN at en a and Iivc a and a half tUc uiher a 14 thrt Both the above liufei were bred by tho Kinscf in the 01 in rhe jjroviiKu cl n Arabia Good for vi The to be paid av taktn s eroorn A ill fhtw od EiUte at in in hv upon con c at the irr 01 L T ClcTc arc the IT VO v iir acres ui new tenure oi the Lot Putts Ciocvs Ckfe in two fiay Clofe ani in he tenuie Tippsti s Wood Bankey in the enure of the containing in rif 71 3 or A gcoj accuflomed toretlior Church Cloie Green Win tarei the Three liankc and kinss containing si r 22 or now in the tcnuie of Jo Lot A and with rhe Horfe Horfs Clofe in two and Horfe Pools Clofe and 65 2 or ihtrc now in the of Lot 1lie Ipper Iiild in two containing 51 or row in the tenure of Godfrey and a aid con i 12 now in tlie tenure ot Ail shove eiUte are ten nt 4 at ohn Berts of ci cf wili iliew the preini1 and ior fjrlhsr particulars inquire of Knirln of SLropfaire cr of at T u from To S P A N J S H O O L be S for Ready the queflion was whether the faid bill fhould pafj and a debate arifing after fjrne lime the Houfe when it appeared 38 were for the and 22 againft cf the CounjeCs opinion relating to tbs three refrdfiory Glynn and are unanimoufly of that the Mailer and Wardens of the three Companies are bound to the Lord Mayors liable to be disfranchifed fyr N Monday the jih clay of in the aftemoon a al the ol Iui5i for of ikout oontaJnini about Whicii be For further appy to h at cy will bo held Cvi n f eici hat ju up ii dirttreut at Thh Dav Price HE a As it it nuv at the Theatre Vvritten by M O O orrhe Fables fnr the for in 1iiij hns been tranilaceri into and is sivd a 1aris without univirlal In the Jpeedtly nvill hi EVVMARIvET An ES3AV on the Curct acfint meriraque expedient pramia nted for Author and foil by in Paiernaterrow aru in of the Royal regiment of be y y f i L In Five I THE WORKS of TACITUS wich Pjliua h Dy THOMAS C O R 0 n careluly Piice 6 to coitinjed with two eieraru for one for eiTibrMikiing with and and ttie cther a ct a alfo a engravinr cf by one of the greaceit arilli cf the and a nrw Ton let to muflc by en pucj for thii and adapted to Cc a X M B E R of npHE LADVs MAGAZINE Entertain J n tor cle v u appropriated folely to aid cd lor at in bv ro tile Toitor ari and rece and fold by ail othtr Rookfcllers ia may be had and and MVC and may he had in a tew Any fa from eorrefpondsnts will be t Printed fur In rhe laft number was given a W of a for the tambour or a d KMiar lelfh svonh
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