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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 14, 1771, London, Middlesex D O Price Twopence Ffom T H U SJ S D A MARCH to S AT U R D A MARCH 177 Sold by wherej Advertifements and Liters ofIntelligence are taken in and where thofc who cltufe to be regularly ferved with this are requeited to fcrfi A 1 J t tt JF A regiuany lervea witn tins are requeited to f Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by and URQTTHART at uwv Dunflans Fleetftreet at the Corner of Strand FOL V tit 171 rJic Proprietors of the GENERAL EVEN ING POST retufn their grateful to the Public for that Encouragement and Indulgence which this Paper has folong and are refolved to render it in all Kejpstts worthy of they know they have no Right to expcft Eiuouragement but in Proportion to tlxir and they are ajjured that the equitable Public will not only reward but every Degree of vv a good a good the utmoft Care In toJiLeftfng the moft im portant and mterejfajg Intelligence if and Arrange ment if the greatefi pojfible of proper and determined Rejb lution to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to the confpicuous of and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which our Manufactures and Commerce may be interred if tbe moft vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all thefe Particu lars Jhould appear from this in its the Proprietors doubt not but they Jkdl have the Pleafttrerf percefa ivg the Public in the in creafmg Dtmand fw fair MARCH March tt a major ia the and cap tain engineerand mi woo had the di rection bf the bc quitted hiinfelf with great fuccefs both with refpeft to the mines and the globe of com has been rewarded by the emprefs of Rirffia for his merit and by creating him a knight of the military order of and giving him a gratuity of 5000 Jivres of COUNTRY March A report prevailing in this that a perfon of Sand wich was buying 500 head of fat in or der to export them to France application has been to the mayor of this as well mayors of Dover and to as far as in their the exporter tkn of them and that they would apply to iheic reprefeiKatives in parliament to get a ftop put iniquitous which muft diftrefs this part of the particu larly the SHIP Wind Arrived and failed for Rotterdam AT Hall from Al Ifcith from 5 Alex from London ami from At Darn from At Rhode Mand from frum We iiear from good that the de Potter for has no other tlwt of carrying to the firitifh plenipotentiary his credential Her Majefty was prefent yefterday at court and in the being perfectly recovered offter late Yefterdayiu the afternoon his Serene Hlgh prince Erneft of her paid to their Majefties at the beipgthe firlt time ofhis fln ofhis Ysfterdiy there was a very fall Howfe of Com The printer of a morning is tojwy a of and to fuffer a months imppffini ujcnt ia Roar of the printers or pnjblifoers of papyri Attended yefterday according tb were Oa Wednefday the Earl of one of Majeftys principal fecre taries of was unanirnoufly efeAed an elder Brother of the corporation of Trinity4ioufe his lordfhip gave a very elegant en iftertaiaaient at the London at which were prefeDt a ereit number of nobility and of At the court of CommonCouncil held yefter the debate was refamed re lative to the legality of prefs which rant very high for Amie time but at the Qtteftkm was whether preftwarrants are ffcgal when there wasa of 16 againft jthe being with having badcecTtne prefewarrants LordMayor had refufed fe to he produced an acl of pat4iament td prove the Te j bnt he was that the a6t in queftion not extend to the city of Lon and that any backing fuch coqtrary to the opinion of the Lord Mayoiy was making his office ufe The above backed but neither of them was carried ex of a Letter from Neva Our Affembly is now When the feffion began author of a paper ned A Son of among as a and departed as others without any notice being taken of him in particular but the next day the ferjeant at arms was ordered to him to the bar of the On his appearing the old iigned Son of was read to by order of the it was demanded of him whether he was the author or publifher he ari that as houfe had declared that paper to be a and had voted a reward for ap prehending the author or and as he was apprehended in coafequence of that and then aftnally under he Could not aufwer queftion and as the houfe a party he thought they ought not to of the members that as he refufed to he mould fuifer the Vane fort et but this propofal was treated with coo Voted MDou gall guilty of and a breach of privi lege and ordered him to aft which he refufed to as he was not confcious of having been guilty of He was forthwith com mitted to where he now and is vifited by perfons of all Extra3 of a letter from March Orders are reccired for the marines at this port to embark on board the mips deftined to the Eaft Indies and tomorrow the as ufual at che We hear Admiral Pye is to take the com mand of the fleet at in the room of admiral and is expeded every Arrived the Cerberus ftiip of war at Spit from the The Romney man of of from the Downs and the of from come into the Sunday morning laft a Shipwright belong ing to the dock cut his and expired im mediately he was taken with a fever the Fri daj which it is fuppofed his brain fo as to occafion his committing this raft On WednefJay the aflizes for the county of held at when Wil liam tried for affaulting Burford Elq on the highway near and at the fame time robbing a in company with the faid in a of halt a gui received fentence of Committed by John Efq from the public office at Shadwell John Pollard and James on oath of Arthur for foaling from him one filk handkerchief Tho mas on oath of Michael for ftealing a fheet from off his his property Margaret otherwife on fttfpicion of feloniftufly taking out of the pocket of George one half one quarter guinea IB and one frmffbox tipped with his property Ifabtlla for ftealing out pf her ready furnifued two the prcpTty of Andrew Jane ftealing a box pf child bed a and 6ther the property of John Oxson Mary on oath of James far felonioufly ftealing a qwautitj of furniture and wearing YeQerday in New Wil liam of of To the PRINT not pretend to dettwhine whether A have aAed with a becoming and fpirit in their late negotiation with the judgment of tM nationbeing by this time pretty well fettled that point but this I am fure thole fharriefu who both in and out doors have in their dill courfes moft perfidioufly acknowledged the Tight of Spain to Falkland are the bafe idefpicabie mifcreants of this dege nerate bot what will not men of this fort do for their falaries I ftoutd befiad to kmsfcr upon what reafon pretend to admit the ArneTterrrifrit of the globe Suppofe an Englilh mipwas tofnrfofor fouth beyond Cape Horne as to dilcover another Con i which is fuppofed to furround that part of the would that give Englaada right to that whole to any of the iflnnds or countries they had never talcett poflef feffipn or attempted to fettle Or do thefe tools of Adminiftriition admit the Spanilh claim to America from Pope Alexanders bull of dona tion they know the nonfenfe of iuch papal which eannet be better illuf trated than it was by Sir Robert Attor ney General ii Ireland in the of Kiflg James the fpeaking of the Popes gift of America to the Crown of as t remejnbeis to thw efFetl his Holinefss giving America to Spain pats me in mind of the black gentleman who took our Saviour up to the pinnacle of the and fhewed him all the regions of the telling all thefe witt I give thee if thou wilt worfhip me j which not being Satans to ex hibits juft fach a right as Pope Alexander had to give away America and pretty much upon the fame if thou wilt worflnp Our Worthies have better reafbnj for admitting the Spanifh and I will tell you what they are it ferves the purpofe of the Minifter He pays and they worfhip him in March A BLACK STOLEN laft night out of a gentlemans at in a BLACK thirteen hands an inch with a fhort ftump crooked with her hind lome white in her very ftrong and trots very Whoever will give notice to at wheretbe faid mare may be re ceue FIVE GUINEAS reward if the faid mare Should be offered to be ftop her and the and give notice to Sir John and you fiiall receive TEN G u i N x A s reward from the BEDFORD and HITCHLN REMOVED from the Swan with Necks to tht Swan with Two Joints Hickss fets out from thencie evcjy and Saturday morning precifciy at Six and from the SwanInn af Bedford every and Friday morning at the fame Tbe fare as ufual and to be allowed weight Performed by THOMAS at Bedford at the Sun ia Hitrhin RuciLey and at the Swan with Two Necks John wiU not be accounted unlefs entered and paid for as SOCIETY of For the BENEFIT of ACE of both THE of this Society will attend at the Three Tuns at fix and ftay eight for of ptfrfons of either or any age being Any perfon may fubfcribe fop an annuity of of year during payable and when fifty years of age will be entitled tg the faid except fuch as become members at forty years of age or who muft continue members ten years before they are their Prefent members may encreafe their or Any perfon may transfer his or her right and intereft in the faid Any perfon defirous 6f paying at oijce the whole of his or halfyearly payments will be allowed a diftount for prompt The capital of this fociety is inverted in the Bank of in the names cf twelve truftees j and as often as is the fame is immediately laid out in the purchafe of ftock for of the annuitants and a certain part of the capital will be fet apart for the fccuring the payment of annuities to junior The deed of is enrolled in the High Court of Chancery Printed tenns of may be had th bar of the e tavernq whert all letters poftpaid directed to the the faid will bi dwly To be S O L t by A 0 C 1 I O the ijtfi day of April at thc in ALL that Capital SUAGE orMAN SIOKHOf fhbK fnd ochrr convaueiit fitnatc i the panft ot w rffierks together with one hundred art fix acres of and land hdd by laafe fifo the and Canons of or atfdfctiew kitchengarden wailed walks the which are well Fearnhill ccnnmands a of Ertofc Coflefte the Jfld otter dffcTnt and every part of thq to profit akf every objeft conduces to pfcafcre and jiabout iweatyltUree Condon aad lour from further pariituhrs df Tyrrell it or of Ward at the who will ihew the T To be S O L APIECE of fituate in the 60 of PETER SH in tfe coonry of South late belonging M of that place rteceafed j conraininp rkfee nouin pa the occupation of a tenant a af the clear yearly rent of 5i and caliai by the name of the It held by grant from the late John Rfy for ft long term u 2000 years from the year for rhe and not fubjeato any outgoings exfept the which in tbut part of the cuuntry is very iri For further particulars apply to of Grayt London j or to who will fliew pr To be S O L THE Lordftip of wit five miles of the city of and near a good turn pike road confifting of the an ex tenfive falmon finery in the river Derwcrrt upon which the eftate adjoins j together with divers compaft farms ttithin the faid containing 1X00 or there and pafture now let to feveral tenants at The whole eftate is qa paWe of great improvemftit by a new hai a finc growing oak wood upon containiog aoout 60 plenty of and is very conveniently fituated for and other materials being brought Further particulars may be had by applying to John Ram in John In in the faid county 5 orTvobcrt ft Graysinnj If the faid eftate i not fold together by privateton the fame will be Shortly advertifcd to be fold in dif ferent lots to the bell Day ivas Price A NEW EDITION of CLEMENT1N A a New As it is now afling with Univcrfal at the Theatre Royal in Printed for Edward and Charles in the Poultry and in the On Saturday the infant will be Elegantly printed on a fine medium paper and new letter Price in VOLUME the in Of THE HISTORY of from the death of CHARLES the FIRST to th rcftorarion of CHABLES the By CATHARINE Printed for EdAard and Charles in the Likewife at tho time will be publiihed A new and elegant in of the Four pre ceding Volumes of Martulays from the acccffion of James to the death of Charles Any of the abovementioned volumes may be had feparate to complete day ivaj Neatly printed in two price fewed THE GENEROUS A By a ye ye fwect romantic Who die for and fylvan fnadca And for better or for to take The beft of huftandsin 0 darling Learn prudence herej ye precicos Whether or without Who ring her iharms for iver in our Yet inly triumph in a virgins tears Be here convincd the libertine live to if not dead to Epilogue to a Wiwd to the Printed for Pauls the iqtk will Price The and EIGHTH Being a CONTINUATION of CAYS EDITION of THE STATUTES at in from tfee of George to the loth year of of his both With a copious pricebound offe The TENTH VOLUME of the STATUTES at in from the 5th to the rath of his both By RUFF HE E Printed by the Statute ahd Printers to the rooft Excellent Sold by WorrpJl and in Bellyard at the Inner Tempjssatf and ia the Of whom may be The farmer nine price bound eight This edition will be continual
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