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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 12, 1771, London, Middlesex f y Price Twopence From f 11 MARCH U R S D MARCH to at fo PaternotferRow where Advertisements and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe ho chufc FketSrset at the Strand Nit retire Conyof court Charing croft SHROPSHIRE New by the COOkP in where Advertifemcnts requiring immediate M requested to be lent and NO o he Proprietors of tbe GENERAL EVEN ING POST return tbeir grateful thanks to tbe Public for tbat Encouragement and Indulgence wbicb this Paper bas fo long and are refolved to render it in all Rejpects worthy of They know tbey have no Rig fa to expect Encouragement but in Proportion to their and tbey are ajfured tbat the equitable Public will not only reward but of Improve a good a good 3ype the utmoft in colkcling the mojl im portant and interring Intelligence if a methodical and perjpituous Arrange ment if the greateft pojfible Variety of proper and a determined Rtfd hit ion to admit all ewdlttvrittn tbat are decent and witbout Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to tbe conjpicuous 1 ifpiay of and general Attention to all Kinds of Ifr ttlligcncv in which our Manufactures and Commerce may lie interefted if tbe Jtrictefl and mvft vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all tbefe Particu lars Jhould appear from tbis in its Proprietors doubt not but tbey Jball have the P leaf tire of perceiv ing the Public in tht in creafmg Demand for tbeir MARCH From the LONDON February H who arrived here on ceived with all the ho nours due to his The cannon on the ramparts were Within an hour after his the Foreign Minifters and principal nobility were prefented to his ral In the evening there was a very numerous and brilliant appearance in the great The two following days have been dillinguilhedby public dinners and His Electoral Highnefs to leave this place B A K R U P T Samuel of to forrmiierMarch at Jolin or Cabinet to lurrender March April at Joseph Wyborn nf to fcirrndnr March April at Robert of Stone to furrenjer Alarvh April at Crimes oi to furrerder April 4 ri at Angel in otMayihill in in Gloucefter to furrender Match at Swaninn in in m Dividend to be April Franris of Laytcnftone in Viftu at April William of in Merger and at tKe Fountain Tavern in Dock Stoke Devon April William of nt GuildhalL Yeficrday arrhi d two Malls from The chamber of accounts heing without at the report of irs has at lengh deter mined to join the other and make rc ntonftrances againftthe which is now too well of a general difiblution of the ma The chamber of already ireld fevcral meetings of the A new code of the which has been fo much talked of for fome tihie was at length prefented laft Saturday to the new tribunal by the Kings and a committee is appointed to exa mine The report of the approaching return of parliament was not without 1t appears now that the Lettres de Cachet were pA the point of being taken off that a Prince o the blood had declared this on Tuefday laft in company and that he had even permitted them to mention him as the author but that inthe evening 01 the fame day having received rrelh he had declared thU all vas Theodore Chavignard dt Count formccly his AmbalJador at different courts oi died here the 24 h of lull aged Maicb On the 27th a dreadful rjot happened in College hen feveral members of both houfcs were and foine aiaulted by rioters bnt by the care of the Lord Mayor aad who had Party of the Army to alfift two of the ringleaders were takea and fent to NEWS vt i the fadies isexpecUd to faifjn about eight March During the late hard weather an accident happened at Selfey by the obllinncy of the u ho was per fuaded not to attempt orofiing ihe ford with his waggon at that the ice being very thick in the Thx fellow being li wonUL not hrteu to thisad but arrve forioufly into the by which a poor woman and child at her with were March The affixes fiiithe county Hants ended at on Suturdriy when Henry for the murder of William near Andover and Thomas for breaking into the barn of Henry of Eaft ard tealing thereout three faclU of received fentcnce of SHIP MAKCH Wind Remains the from for GR MARCH Part by the from Maryland from Bclfaft from Embdcn from Guernfey and irom At Waterford Polly and from At Cork from At Jamaica from At Saloe John from AtBiiboa Perrot from Jerfoy and Del from At Faimouth Britifh from At Naples from At Quiberon from Domingo In the Dowos from AtCivitaVechia Royal from Yarmouth At Stangate Creek Jay her Royal Highnefs the Prlncefs Dovvager of Wales had a very numerous levee of the foreign at Carl ton Yeflerday the proclamation for takingthe printers at a morning and evening pnper into was fent to the Lord to be publifhed at the Roy of Great improvements arc making in the royal and palace at being dc iigned for the fummer rcfidence of a branch of the royal TheQueen was on Monday fo much indif pofed as to be obliged to keep her bed ihe whole day but we have the happinefs of in forming the that Her Mije yof terday morning much The Queen is expecled to be brought to bed in We can a flu re the that a memorial in the courfe of lalt France to our why our naval prep j rations were till kept in and irjijling on almoll a categorical Walpoles hafty return to England was on that The Hocks fell as foon as the report and have continued fo o do Jincc they fluctuated very confidcrably on The Hound Hoop of war is ordered to go to Falklands We have the pleafure to inform the that the King of Denmaik is in perfect The Miniilry now carry every meafure with very high owing to theinconliftent and ahfurd conduct of fome of the gentlemen in motion on 1 hurfday for leave to bring in a bill to eitablifh the power of to the aftonifhrncnt of was oppofed by and Sir William Pppb moving to and Sir William feconding the jFtionV Several other gentlemen of the oppo ntion divided agrnnlt the are that at a late election in where Charles and Colonel VVarrender Hood the votes were and the cafting vote being claimed for the was refufed by the re turning which will be the fubjea of an irnroeviiate trial in the Houfe of We that a certain well knoxvA at the weltend of the with the reit of his have done all in their power to lower the felling great in orderto Uke in the They write from two more Ships of tlie Line are to be added to the fleet deiiuitd for the Eait Tl e from Dum4 was wrecked in the Bay of the1 of February Many tnie patriots we apprehen that the foreign rroo hich are to be admitted into this country under of recruiting the forces of the Eaft India Com may one day be made the fame ufe of with the Swifs regiments i i a neighbouring are quartered in and about its to pverawe the national an4 fpark of frecdani and c The and fome other on board the and lolt near u ere tivcd and put on board a Ragufean which is arrived at We that feveml doubts have arifen among of the learned in the con ccming ihe legality of a Lte In oppofuion to the report which has pre that nn outlawry the Printers would certainly follow the Kings Proclamation it is now that the Lawyers have hit no iuch meafure can conltitufionally be and Minifter Plenipotentiary at at Aldgae mailer of the academy in to Miis miltrcfs of the fchool for young of the On the the learried and Re Richard He was Arch deacon of CommilTary of Prebendary of Rector of and of in laft the Alexander Rector of Adftock in and of Puttenham in RIVER NOTICE is hereby Tkca a meeting of tht trujlees for tbe river Lee will be held ij adjcnrnment on Monday the day March at ten oclock m the at the Antwerp near tbe Royal B E R O O Ckrk to the ANNUITIES on E Truflees appointed by virtue of an aft of parliament for improving the navigation of the RIVE R LE from the town of Hertford to the river do hereby give That they intend to raife a certain fum of money upon the credit of the rates and duries fettled by the faid aft of by fait of annuities on the To perfoiis the age of 50 at 14 years purchafe to perfons tfUhe age of 50 and under the age of 60 at 12 years purchafe to perfons of the age of 60 and at 10 years perfon inclined to purchafe any fecurcd as are defired to call at and in London or at the Clerk to the Lid at Hertford j where proper books will be kept for the above The faid annuities are to commence from the time of paying the and he payable according to the directions of the faid aft of No annuities lifs than nor more than to be grasted upun any one Clerk to the OAK T I M B E To be SOLD by A U C T I O On Saturday the i6thday of JVfarch between the hours or two and fix in the at die Sur Inn the tiwn of in the county of THREE THOUSAND OAK in the parift of Llan gevLlrch in thu faid and all numbered on the rhind with in the following lots Lot Lot Lot For particulars enquire of William Efq at Swanfea or Jones and on the who will ftew the A great part of the above timber is and fit fur his Majeftys nivy j and lies near tbe river Loughor and and within four milis of the navigable part To be APIECE of fitnate in the Bo rough of in the county of South late belonging to Jofeph of that deceafed three now in and in the occupation of a tenant at at the clear yearly rent of and called fey the name of the It is heid by from the late John Efq for fo long a term as icoo years from the year freehold for the and not fubjecl to any ings or charges except he which in that part of ihe cwttatry ii very in For further partkolars apply to of Grays London j or to who ftcw the of th TH E few J O P I h S of the H1STO R Y POPES By ARC H I 3 A L D B O W InSeven Being the only complere ihe tion of the fee of to the year Formerly fold for and Maj now be had tor two in ihcets or s volumes at fcvon Of at ny For the USE of This day N E W and N E A T E D I T I O N S of TRADE s i n E s pith W ebbs Price Deans PraSkal Ptice Geography for wiih Price Hudfons New Introduction tu Tuds and Price Kimbcra New and of and heads and Price in Price Printed for iaCraccchi On Satin Jay tbz iyhnit be Elcgntly on a fine medium and new VOLUME the in Of THE from the death of CHARLES tnc FJRST to hi restoration of CHARLES the By IN MTTC Printed for Edward and Chyles in the Likewife at the fame time willbe A new and elegant edition in of Four pre ceding Volumes of Mrs ftom the acceflion of James to the death ot Charles Any of the abovemenlionee volumes nay be had fejraratc to complete A T bis Day is The 4th Volume in which the of THEFOMAN ing of to the ruin of ihe By H O 0 Etq Illuftrated with Maps London Printed for and Johrifdh and Of whom muy be had the former volumes in Alfo the nine firft volumes of the the remaining volumes of which will be in a fhort CAToY Letter on FrieJom of That tbe fame is infiparable from Ccncludfd from our I doubt not but old Spencer and his were the chief miaifters and betrayers of would have been very glad to have the mouths of all the honeft men in They dreaded to be called bccaufe they were And I dare Queen Elifabeths who no feared of public menfures is eafily by reprefenting public truly when they are they ought to be publicly that they may be publicly commended but if they be knavilh or they ouoht to be publicly in order to be publicly 3 To that King James was a papift and J3 was only fo far hurtful to as it was trneof him and if the Karl of Strafford not deferred to be he need not jhave feared a bill of If our directors their confederates be not fuch knaves as the world thinks let them prove to all jthe that the world thinks and that they are guilty of none of thofe villainies nvhich all the world lays to their who would be thought to have no part Of theT before they are thought fhew that they did ill that was ia their power to prevent that aud to check thrir Freedom of fpeech is the great bulwark of liberty they profper and die together and it is the terror of traytors and and barrier agaihft It produces excellent and encourages men of fine Tacitus tells that the Roman commonwealth bred great and who writ with equal boldnefs and eloquence but when it was thofe great wits were no Poftquam bdlatum apud Aclium atque omnem poteftatem ad unurn conferri pacis magna ilia ingenia Tyranny had ufurped the place of which is the foul of and deilroyed public The minds of terrified by unjuft into all the vilenefs and methods of fervmide abject and blind fubmiffion grew the only means of and indeed of fafety men durit not open their bat to Pliny the Younger that this dread of ftfch that the the great Roman became at laft ftupid and dumb Mutam ac fedentariara aflentiendi
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