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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 22, 1771, London, Middlesex venm Price Twopence From MARCH to S A T T U R D A MARCH Sold by at in PaternofterRow where Advertifements and Letters of Intelligence are taken in where thofe who chufe to be regularly ferved with this are requeued to Articles of and Letters from are alfojreceived by RICHARDSON and at the Royal Exchange oppofite Dunltans Fleetftreet at the Cornerof Eftexftreet in the Strand the Corner of Charing crofs New Bondftreet j by the COOP in Drurylane3 where Advertifements requiring immediate Infertion ate requeued to be Tent and NO WHERE of the GENERAL EVEN ING POST return their grateful thanks to tbe Public for ibat and Indulgence winch this Paper has fo long and are refolded to render il in all worthy of They know they have no Right to expect Encouragement but in Proportion to their and they are ajfured that the equitable Public will not only reward but every Degree of Improve me a good a good the utmoft Care in collecting the mojl im pQitant and interejling Intelligence ij methodical and perjpicuous Arrange ment if the great eft pojjible of proper and a determined Refo to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to the confpiiuous of and general Attention to all Kinds of h tdlif eme in which ourManitfaJiures and o Commerce may be inter eft cd if tie ftricleft and vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all thcfe Particu lars appear from this in its the Proprietors doubt riot but they flail have the Pleafure of perceiv ing the Public in the in creafmg Demand for their MARCH COUNTRY March TNCE the Prefs War rants have been called in and the Preis Gang the Suitors are becoming very un ruly at Tny go aboit in great bodies to infilling on their con tin uing the fame every man to come ahore their refpeclive mips till infers arc fettled to their fatisfaclon fo that not one fnip in the coal trade can go to Sea for the The fame fpirit ha alib prevailed anjongfl tlie Carpenters at who have refuted to York without an in truir Yefierday Luke who on Fridiy kil was found guilty of the murder of William at Skeiton in was executed at and his body Cent to the hofpital for On Sunday evening he told Wlurton that he the lea it for three weeks before the perpetration of the fevernl a ilrong inclination to commit it but had got the cruel thought from his till the unhappy night in which he eieclcd when he went to but could not reft that he got up and fell to in hopes or diverting thefe bit fo irrcfilUble was ine that hi at lart went to the houfe of William armed with a jnatlock and broke open the door with the and found aikep in where hediruck kim feveral times on the but whether with the or hatchet he id rcmem trer and thatafiervvards he touk containng one half a quarter about five millings in and hx pence in He declared his wife was ignorant of and died The fame day the affizes for this county ended at the Crown when Thomas for robbery Thomas Henry aliaThomas for horfeftealing Fjymcis Tnompfon and James for fheepftenling John Wright and Ann for burglary and fofeph for dealing cloth otf th tints received fentence of George for grand larceny within the bene fit of the to be tranfported for ievcn John a in the Cuftle tor c debt to the and who lately picked a wrch out of the pocket of a gentlemans cf whom he wns begging he ftj at the grite and though the watch was his vut he fo quickly concealed the ilrideftTearch immediately it conld not be Some after he wrote to the defiring that he would not profecute and he would pay all charges and give him He received his femence of tranfportation for fcven years with the greateft Robert who was convicted of horfeHealing in in and orderded to be transported lor fourteen being found at to be tranfported accoVding to his former Match Lall night an exprefs arrived here to Admiral appointing him Ccmlmander in Chief at this Gofporti March On Thurfday the Ma rines were embarked to go cut in fhips for SHIP MARCH Wind Comedown yeflerday and faifcd the for Jamaira Mont Mufnuito Shore and for Barbadots Cume down and the Duke of for Gibraltar and Speed for Arrived and failed for the the Irorn Falmoulh In from GR MARCH Part the from Rotterdam firn Dunkirk Mary and from Zant and Farnkyj from At Tryal MKenzie and Montcgo from At Dundee from At Tobago from At from At Dublin from At the Grenades fnirn SHIPS cleared March for for for Waterman and fcr for PORT of March Coafting Ships and entered From Tames William and JVin Wihum Kuiieil Simon Jenning Drniel York George Jefterfon Robert Mjckman Good Thomas John Scull Richard Gibbon Daniel Tongue Thomas Rountree j Robert JohnWidJens John Bream James Friends James Swain Thomas Eafom Sea William Robert Friends Richard and John Alexander Ide Nicholas Ayrs Gcci Richard Anarew George Henry Royal Jofeph Colling Friendship Cornelius Langhorn Robert Brack Thompfun Trenholm Ham j Twrv Peter Silence Nicholas Freary Thomas Riches Robert From William and John Robert Stcphenfon John Prince William Sunger Love and George Todd 5 and Henry Hart Three George Ward and John Swallow Jonathan Lane Ralph Baker Thomas Wilkinfon Chriftopher Juhb Devergy Lile Thomas Bowden Rewards Ralph Harmon Friends Cleared For Jicob and William Bilss fT hn Three Walker London Thomas Edward Jonathan James Shcernefs John cf tbe HOUSE of March That James Clerk of the Lord do at the table expunge the minutes fnkcn before the Lord relative to the of this giving fecurity for his appearance at the next General Quarter Sellions of the Peace and he accordingly at the table expunged the Motion Quellicn That no other or proceed be or earned on or on account of laid pretended or It pfled in Yeflerday a court of commoniconncil was held at to fummonfes iffuod by the Lord Mayor on The court was extremely The Lord Mayor Conti nuing very Aldsnnan Trecothick was locum After the efs of the Durham yard the court proceeded to Mylnes and the confederation of the upper both uore poft It was then moved to return thanks to the Lord and the Aldennen Wilkes and for their late which was car ried without any Only four were held up againft Alderman Saw fpoke extremely well in defence of the tgjincbjifes of and the common rights of Alderman cxiard himfelf in favour of the rights oi th Alderman Kirkman fpoke very ably on the lame Sir Ro bert the A Idermcn and were likcwife The refolution That thanks of this court be given to the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor and the Aldermen Wilkes and for on a late important oc iuppoited the privileges and iranchiils of the ana defended our excellent convtitu It was afterwards ordered to be flgned by he and a copy delivered to each of A motion was and the f that a committee of tour Aldermen and eight Commoners be appointed to afHft the Lord and the Aldermen Wilkes and in their defence on the charge brought againft them by the Houfe cf Sir Stephcnfon Sir Charles Afgill Turner Kirkman COM MON ER A motion was Bifhop Hurford Reynolds Bellas Clavey fames Sharpe and the queftion that the faid committee be empowered to employ fuch counfel as they hall think proper upon this important That the committee be empowered to draw on the chamber for any fum not exceeding five hundred The Recorder ventured to be prefent at this ineriBg of the common where he raved and foamed in the greatett furv of his feminine could not obtain more than four or hve of the whole Common council to fide with him in oppofuion to the conduct oi the Yefterday morning the Right the Lord who had been greatly indifpofed by the fatigue he underwent in attending the Houfe of Commons on Tuefday was 10 much rcco vered as to be able to go Wilier the printer intends to bring an ac tion the perfoji who took him into cuf itv order to try the legality of the warrant ifTued fur his And I fays a tVit Miller inteiidi to bring it in the Court of Kings as a crufi for a certain Doe fays a he will then be the Miller of are informed that circular letters are to be fent to every member of the Bill of Rights to attend their next on Tuefday the gth of in order to dilctifs fevera impor tant quevHons relative to the caafe of Freedom and A petition has been prefented to a Great Af complaining of an undue and return of a member for the boroughs of fed in oppofition to Patrick Efq the prefent fitting which is to be taken into A an Aft to prevent any Bill from being brought into Parliament for the dif folution of any in the caufe of adul nnlefs a claufe or particular words are in to prevent the perfon againfl whom the adultery has been from marrying or contracting with the with whom pr fhe hall be proved to carry on fuch criminal and to declare the ifTue of fuch mar riage incapable of lias part an auguft and is fent down to the Lower Houfc for their The bill to indemnify perfons who have omit ted to qualify themfelves for offices or employ ments within the time limited by the Ox ford paving the Herton paving and the Sotlth Relion Common bill lye ready for the Royal The Houfe of Commons of Ireland have paired a that the thanks of thit iloufe be given to ihs lute fcr hie and eminent fcrvices to the public i11 the chair GJ hat A treaty offeniive and dcfcnfive is fa id to be concluded between te courts of Pf and the Stutes We that the States General have written a letn r to the of defiring her Imperial Ma eUv to take iiio con liberation fome method of eilablifhing a peace between heffeU and the as the war is of prejudice to Utertrade with both Tnere are fome very extn ordinary ueus in refpecting the court of which has given great uneaiinds at and is endeavoured to kut Pi irate letters from Jamaica the accounts frequently to relative to the warlike ration of the the whole is only in vented for intcrelLd A letter from the Hneie that a under the command of the Prince is going to be formed in the neighSourhood of as an army of observation which is to con fill of 2603 i zoo and 900 artillery total letter that a Deiuaiion of the States is to be kept conftantlv fitting at without whofe paflport no ibldier is to pals over the The rnilitin of Dutch upon the late amount to eiTefiive lixlrafl cf a Letter f om March I In mv lart I informed thitthe peopli feernecl fatisfied with the new regulations but we are born for The Princes of the and all the are pre paring 10 and even the Clergy in tend to purfue the fame meafures all proteiHng againft this new regulation and the authors of What makes the thing more frriotis the military corps have refufcd de Maillebcis for InfpectorGeneral cf the This tlemanhas joined the Court ancl has been gratified with that The military corps have jiul lignified to his that if he perfifcs in this the ioldiers in general will refufe To This is the moft alarming circumftance of our The anfwer of the King keeps the whole nation irt The Count de Miaiiler for the war and tbe Abbe Com troIIerGeneral of the hrjvi A Coterie fcr upon theplan of the will ihortly beinitituted near Caven a large houfe being already and actu illy fitting up for that The Female like the Amazonian State of finding that a partial mixture of the flrongeft fex is not for the benefit of their have refolved upon a coaUuon with the above Jn Windmilfs Efr to the Countefs of In KinJ Golden John James Com mander of the Befoorough Hattort Robert belonging to the Simfire Office and the next day John his March HE Court of Directors of the United Com pany of Merchants of England trading to tb do hereby give That n General Court cf the jaid Company will e held by at their IriouJ in Leadenball on Men Jay ths from lilean o cljct in tbe Forenoon till in the Evtn for tbe n bj ballot of the f That the dividend on the capital ftock of this Company for the Half commencing at Chrifimas laft and ending at Midfummer be Six and One Quarter per L IT C H F I E L D and W A L S A T in tended NAVIGATION NOTICE is hereby That all the Ex pences hitherto incurred have been difcbarged and thatjitch of i he Siwfcribers who cfatfe to draw from the furtbtr Undertaking of this may receive their Proportion of tbs Overplus by atplyingto in Ly the laft Day of March inftant after which Time fuch Subscriptions as remain in bands will be applied to the Purpofefor lubitb were originally By Order of the General Meeilng CHARLES iVi
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