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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 9, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L 0 N p Pric fnm S A TU R D A MAKCH A T U Vs J Sold by at in PattrnofterRow where of InteUigence are taken in and where thofe who chufe tit regularly iirved with I rf weJfo WPV kicHASBSOK and at the RoyalExchanse requeued to be fen t and NO J m waere Aaverukments iviertion are Tfo Proprietors oftbe GENERAL EVEN ISO POST return tkeirgrateful 1 banks to the Public far tbat Encouragement Indulgence tbis Paper basfo long and are rtfolvedio render it in all Rejpefts worthy of 7hey know tby have noRight to expect ILnc wage went bnt in Proportion to their and they are ajfured that the equitable Public will not only reward Improve a good a grwd fb tyre the rnvftiw fortiint and interejling Intelligence if a methodical perfpicuous Arrange ment if the greateft pojfiblc Variety ff proper and a determined Refo luthn to admit all vudlwitten tbtit are derail tiality if a ptchliar Attention to tbe to ApriJ WiHiam of Crof at April Cuthbcrt and James of and at April liomas of South at April Wtllifm of at the in April Ephraim of FireEneine at April John of Warvi at CuiJdbull Saturday arrivij a Mailfrm From tht Trinlitrs of 1 Dlferfier ily increafes in this The confe T fyldy of d general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in wkicb our Manufacturer and Commerce mcfy be inter efted iff tie itlefi and vtvft vigorous Attention to improve tins Taper in all theft Particu lars jbould appear tbis in its the Proprietors doubt not but tfcty fall have the Pleasure of per wiv ing the Public in the in Demand for their MARCH From the LONDON February N Wedneklny morning early the fenate affem hledi and gave orders forprocknninghis pre fcnt Majcfty which was accordingly performed the lame day at noon with the ufuul to whom they immediately took the oath of fidality in the prefence of the other who were fummoned for that puqjofe to the council atter which they waited upon Prince and ad mruiitercd the fame oath to his Royal High which will Ukewjie be by all the The fenators made tKeir and congratulation to the two derates are alfo among Li thuania is no longer flulttnid irregu for at dytt heId iu that four of the deputies were cut to pieces with fibres for having made fome propofals re lative to the Princes The Comptroller General hns Tupprefled the penfions which the mioiftry had ordcredto be granted out of the royil treaury Tire Queen Dowager has been very ill ever fineethe Kings but is fome thing recovered Prince whofe health had likewife iiiflered from tta and affliction occafioned by that melancholy is alfo much The froft has been fo fevtre for that the Sound has been frozen fufficientlv to occaiion a communication betweenthis place and Sweden upon the ice but to he now The port irorn Hamburgh is however ftill and we have four mails due from MarcJ The Prince of Wcibourg Prince Frederick of Hcfib anil Prince Auguftus are arrived make next to ihe Prince of upon the annivejlury f his and to be ai the crciie of the to different membersof parliament in Thcfe it is amounted to francs Our troops have pofTerTed tlvmfelves of fevcral magazines at iud in all the country beyond rhe Otra and our de tachment luve taken ppftoppofite with in cannon ihoc oi and toward and extending rhcmfelves quite to the frontiers ofTranfylvania and the Banner of Te Count deRomanzmv has given the molt rigorous orders not to rouch upon the Au itrian who yet remained in that fcanube at with the new fo the poor be freed from their extor fo long as our troops ihall remain Confines of According to a ftate of our grand army for the campaign of it will coniili of The militia of Coulifk and who form a corps of with two regiments of dragoons and four of is deitined to take poflelfion oitfte There is at prefent at Kinkermin a fleet of fourteen thirtyfix tranfport nine amt three fire a fufficient force to feciue us the fovcreignty of the Black Letters from Cairo of December lift bring that the cities of Gedda and Mecca have been retaken from Ali Fey 5 that the Arabs commanded by their having unexpectedly attacked Egyptian routed entered victoriously into thoft two after cutting in pieces the garrison of which was compofed of 2000 all except fifteen who with Ali their efcaped by night and on this occaiion a number of the inhabitant of both fhofe towns loll their Theie letters that Ali Bey bad conceived a defign of en tering that country that he propofcd doing this by Paleftine and and that fome mer who upon the road towards thofe places with a cowfiderable quantity of having timely perceived the approaching had taken care not to run any S H 1 P N EW BANKRUP John of Martin in the to fur render JWarcfc April at Thomas of in to furrtnder March ril Tkomas and Ssmutl of Otorgc the CyderMerchants and to fur tender March April illiam of Mcr hanc and to furrender Mnrch April at ZJwarf to iurrender March at of Silk to fancnder March at John of jo Surrender Afril at the Buih Corn Beujamin of to fur render March April at Linen futreadtt April at MARCH Sailed the for Stangate Creekej Francis and Barnes and fur London ind Royal for Earbadoes j and Hopej for New MARCH Wind ky Came down and failed the for SOT Gibraltar for Genrgijj for Waterford j Warwick for Guinty for for MAX en Wind Came down and failed the De fur Remains the Cerberus mas of k en by Miguclts j and Orange from Gro ningen from Frieda oil Denia Young from Embden j and from At Dover from At Virginia Chatham from Ycflerdaythe LordBilhop of Norwich edbefore his Maje at the chapel royal at The fivord of ftate was carried to aud from cliapel by Lord The Queen did not go to chapel royal ye or appear in the drawing f Yefterday the Lord London or dained iix priefts and deaconat ihe chapei ff YelbrdayEarl Temple was at Court on return hiscarnage broke facing in PullMall his thrown fro a ihe a footmen from behind the but his lord Ihip received no A few days ago thi Patriot was fieti walking along fnl with a bag wig andIword it rained very hard and notwithstanding he had nogreat coat walk ed on the fame as if it had not rained at all upoir a gentlernan See how care ful is of the money given him by the Bill of when he will not a Thats tmey replisd but hell fpend five guineas upon a Garriek w greatly his late M I at the affizes at came on to he tried before Juitke and a fpecial the longcontefted cauft upon a quart for the right of patronage andpre lentation to the advowfon of where in the two Twifletons were and Lord Vifvount Say and and the defendants ater ahtrar ing of upwards of five the jury brought in a verdid for the with befides cofts of and for the plain tiffs Serjeant Bawd and lor the We hear upwards of 200 into the fervice of the King of Nothing can give us a ftrcnger idea hov far the French think themfelves bound by or to regard their tin inftance which happened in the reign of Henry ihe Fourth of France Thac Monarch made a league with Queen and the in whichan exprefs was That none of the Confederates fhotild peace Spain withotit content of both the others aitd this treaty moll fo1 lemnly ratified by thatKing with feveral vows and proteltatioTTS inadV byihiui in the prefcnce of the Earl of alterirards in fevcral of letters to the under own hand notwithftaitding that great of gratitude he owed the Queen for many ficma and the harp exportylatiom ot Secre elf with arguments drawn from the of his and dtffbr uvgent proteiting that his Vefufal of a peace from Spain would involve him in troubles atrf home that the law of nature preferred fervation that the Kingly office willed his peoi pies good ihould be his fupreme law thiitj Chriftiaii duty required the fparing of Chrutian blood and fo concluded a feparate treaty at and left the Queen and the States profecute the war againft The witnefs who was the occafion of thV Aiiglefea Affair being arrived Irorrt Ireland on Saturday when it was propoed by vhe Appellant to go into that affair on Tuefday but the Refpondcnt not being the further Hearing of Caufe is Wedncfdny ic is about in a fire broke out jti one oi the royal apartments at where1 his Mnjefty ufualfy it is by the blower being left to draw up the It foon ro the ffoor and fome o the fu but timely liffiilancc it was veiy exlin morning a wcildreftd woman much fell down in the 01 i and dangeroufly fraclured her fkull flie was carried r Barthohuntu s Saturday about four fom thieves broke into the of irt Unjori rtole feveral pairs of bit being heard the who got they made off with great Saturday morning early a villain found means to get into an apartment belonging to the celebrated Italian at her lodgings in robbed the fame of a filver worth 7 I a of fet knee and foiueHolland uich which he got clear at tVo a pnt man fell dpwn broke his leg he was to sin and received The circumftanceof recepf jori at fuch an is the honour of public Sunday fnft three porfons loft their fire whTch broke out at the houeof Durban at Friday one Knowles was commftred to Nevvr charged with privately Healing fortyfour two half and other TTmrityy the property of Robert in Martins in the at Georges John Manner for Wal andfon to Mifs eldell co heirefs of the lateSir James at his houie in Gootge at his hodfe in Nathaniel it will be then finally Many country members of Houfe of we are in formed J defered going into theCountry for the Rafter Holidays till after Wedncfday ivhen the Bill for recruiting the Eafi India Companys Forces will again he debated in that Aflemblyj the plaufible offered in ftipport of that Meafure having by no Means removed the folid conrtitutional objections to which it In i of the London pubhfh ed by authority from Tuefday March to Saturday March inferred by KING a PROCLAMATION for apprehends Wheble and Ri with I reward of fifty By this Proclamatioa all the Kings loving fubjeds whatlbever are quired and commanded to difcover and the laid John Wheble and R ind to ctrry him or ibine of his Mjdtys Juilicts of the or ujagit tratcs of the or he or they flinll be who are re fpectjvely the faridJohn Wheble and R and thereof give fpeady notice to one of h is pnacpal Secretaries to rhe he or they may be forth to be dealt wibal andproccedtd aifiji ACCORDING TO Yetrerday mprnirrg abpst three oclock the carrying one of the jnails from the ifvddenJv taikeu with a and fell from his horfe iu when he with the wis put in to from w heats the I and Forty Years of hud been afflicted with the GOUT in his Feet and Ancles every Spring and Fall for Eight was generally confined Six or Seven Weeks each Time la he had a very fevere continued longer than when he vifcdto try Searmans Tinctura and after taking rhe flcond Dole he bear his Weight on his and the next covtld walk acrofs the Room wnhovit a He continued the Medicine Five wina he himfelf perfectly aad ha cou tinued fo ever except in July when he had a flight Fain of his which was removed by taking One Dofe of the Chard is ready to certify ihii Truth of this Affertion tn any one who wiU on him at in Great witnefs my The Tinclwra Arthritica is iu Bottles of and Half aGninea only at in at Ui Bottom of the T O B E L K for Two Familiea defirous of VU livwig near in the Ekren from at Foots in A LARGE ccmtaiivng Seven Rooms and Four with a ftalf a Carthouftj an open Stable fnr anJ a Garden in good with Acrds of Alfoj A SMALLER cnntaining Eirht Rooms arJ Tvso with a a and Five Acrusof Enquire at To all LOVERS of tijat Bvy tvos Price Tile THIRD Of A and LAMENESSof HORSES In which fs laid down aproper Method cf SKOEIKQ and treating are added fome New qBSERVATfOXS in tile ART of smd Difieicnce ot Hotfes t Shewing ton their Pcrfttftioir 6y Breed tnay be greatly Tiy WILLIAM Priprej Jtoi oppofite Wberfr rnabe by the fame A on HORSESj by Matters of as weli as rJjjJei ii that INNATE QVALITH iod that the it nat   

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