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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 23, 1771, London, Middlesex fvi 5 e ente L ON S A T U R D A T J E S D MARCH jr 5S42 Sol4 by BiADfONj ib j where Ad of Intelligence are taken ih and where tftofe wlio chUfe to be df antl Letters are oppafiee Diinftsufs Fleetftreet at tfreCofhef of New BonUftreet j by the in Dryfy reqtieftcd to be lent and NO and the loyal tbe Cbnser of wlierc k Proprietors of the ING Posr return their grateful 3 hanks to the Public for Encouragement and Indulgence which thh Paper has fo long and are refolded to renderit in all Refpefts worthy of They know they have no Right to expert Encouragementhttin Proportionto their and they ajfurei that the fqitfttiftfe tut every Degree of Improve a good a good the utmeft Care in collefting the mojl im portant and mterejling Intelligence if a methodicalanti perfpicuous Arrange itient if the greatejl Varietyof proper and adetermined Refo iutjtin to admit all wellWritten are decent and without Par tiditty if a peculiar to the fonfpictious JyiJplajof afrageneral Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which failures and Commerce may le intcrtjfad if tic ftriftejl and niojl Attention to improvjthis Paperinallthcfe Particu lars Jkoidd appear from ibis in its the Proprietors doubt not but they ftiall have the Plcafure of perceiv ing the Public in the in creafwg Demand fa their jl T M O N D A MARCH Tejlerdny arrived tie Mail from At Eriftol from Georgia from South Carolina and Brjftol from the Currant Bilhatlees from At Liverpool from Virginia j and from At the Clyde from Vif At Glafgow from At LonOondarry from NLW At Sligo from AtAntigua from New England from At Jamaica Jamnica fram ETTERS from Smyrna that thj Englilh man of war and frigates in that wanted to bring away their con and the merchants of their nation who were fettled but that theTurkilh inrindrmt and the po The Kings Council of the the Court of Aids lull Sunday to Ver when hh JVlajefty told that he would receive no remonftranccs from that fb as the members employed themfjlves on objects foregn to it and riiuch as they had been fo indifcreet as to make the rcrnonHranccs before bringing them to This being the narrili 4ay et the there waa a at flrailam of 511k to appear April anJ May of to appear March and May at Abraham of to appear April and May at Waddington of to appear Msrh April arvd it John of to ippeir April and May at the houfc of John Merc in Dividwds fn bt April Wm of at tka Bell Infl in April Thomas of the at John of Brick at Certijicalts to be April Robert of Mirer Mat Kan of Great and Benjamin of Merchants aod Jtiin Jones and Clifford cf Brokers and James of the Caliact March 17 Coafisng Ships and udcrcd From Love and James Exeter William TndJ Jn George and George tuiford James nnci Lander John and Rojcrt John David cdi Friends Friends Robert Richard GooJ Rider Prince oi Mcmprcfj Cv jcfsph Joiiri and leuU Moore Hull John LXik1 j Samuel ana Job From mcs Jfoleph Jamfon 1 Hewfon FairUx ie Bri ci John Milbourn Rolurt Richard WoodhouCe Bell S H I P N E W the ajid Nf wfwiixUand 3 a ad for the for WAECW Wind Came dowa and for Wind trjr duwn and far faft from ohai John Dorothy and Britifh Thomplbn Gc TSS Robert and Tiiriit George Slirr Sritiurf Ceoc ToJJ George Chare J For J1 Peter Difcfon Williuni Yeftcrdiiy after breaking up of the court at Jamess the Lord Chancellor a id Lord Rochford hud i conference his Their Majeltics pronofo removing from the Queens Palace to on Monday to there for a and then return to the Queens preparatory to her Majjftys lung Yellerdny the court into morning for his late moft Serene Highmfs the Margrave of Braiidenboan On Thurfduy the ijjAh the French and Spanifli Ambniiadors on the Earl o and 7 hat the King of Spain had conferred to put his Brittannk Majefty into poflcliion of Port yet ticy were inflntdecl to demand of his lord tvhea his Brittannic Majeffi and infilled upon the day being They alfo that the qucttion of right to Falklands Ifhnd Jhouid be determined before that Lord Rcchford he enter in no negotiation about To the they ft fend an account to their and they ap prehended theanfucr they ihould would be their r re Northi motion on night to cmfe the MelTengcrs recognisances out of the LordMayors mi in re was op pofcd by Sir Cicll as the moil and viilent attack os the Jaws of the that hid been made unco the reign of the On Friday Robert Holder attended the Houfe of to with the minutes relating to a certain but not called He was on Saturday lerved with a fummons to attend this We hear that Holder is refolved not to profticutehis hand to of The conducl of the Houfe of in expunging thexlly is upon by the honed citizens of London as no Ufs unjult and alarming i han an order to hut the of Wtfttjniufterhall in term time The power lately of flopping a legal on the imaginary of a breach of the privilege of one branch of the is of a nipft daugerowa and deferves the pecttliar attention of fuch in dependent lawyers as arc weli ft of the people in Court of CamjnofeCounril held ott Thttrfday lail the refolution ww agreed to the thanksof this Court be given to the Right the Lord and the Aldermen Wilkes aitJ lor having on late important oCcafton fupported rhe pri vileges and franchifes of this and defended our excellent Mr Wilkeaihns been hoard to that the lame men who approvid by their vote Lord alteration of ruord in one judicial were likewife verv capable of record in another juciciJ fuch wicked act Ibtfhwt itc hitftklf poflVfied a tmccopy of the minute b ok kept at actually aUciltd by Lord Mayors The eraze ment has been but the copy Wilkcs has in his own After the refoliition on Wcdnefday for the Lohi Mayors had svhh the ridiculous and nugatory inhibition of pleading to the on which his lordlhip has put his defence a motion was made for an Older for to aue d this To which an that might be was flated by in vhe trac fpirit of the former and LI to mark its abfardity it be lit not permitted ts any decifati rf ly njjirtihg the prmikgei afihe Kltfl rs of Great lit againjl of The following card wa9 fcnt by Wiikes to Colonel on Wcdnefd ly lad we was Perhaps the Colonel thought it 14 Wiikes his compliments to and will be much to him if he can th3 in the Houfo foi i few or fuchtime as the ckfire his rnd wi 1 afterwards lend it to him for the remainder of the feflions as he appre hends he IhaH not make uie of March A mcruber in oapcfition irdnicaliy advjfcd the if Mr Wikes did hot at tend their fummons this dayto ipie a prccla mation fr Burke that ths in raifmg the flame in the had a fword to ilab themfelves through the Wrun the celebrated Macau was informttd of the proceedings of the Lord Mayor and refpejting the printers and mcffsnger xf the of Com mons me applauded their conduct and dc that they had proved themfelres to le real gu of the and j uflfrable defenders ot the liberties of the On Friday Edward Twine Carpenter again attendiiJ at tb Treafary to payment of the for the apprehending He was told that no bord was held that but that there would be one held the The electors of and the free holders of it is confidently are foon to aflcmble to petition his for the diflblution of a which lus folvcd to ftop all proceedings at We have authority to the news from the Eaft Indies received by ne tapwing is favourable in every except in the lor of f of the inhabitants in the province of octafioned by a and that the Companys fetjemcnts continued in peace wih the prcfpecl of large from every It is that the number of people who dijd by the famine at do not exceed one twentieth of whom were Euro the reft natives and that at the time Lapwing left there was a fine crop expufted to be ripe in about a Extrafl of a letter from t hi March Some has been made in the publick papers of a difpute between the Count commander in chief of the RiiiSan fleet in the and Admiral but the caufe of it was never According to the laft letters from the Count dOrlow had ordered Admiral Elphingfton to go upon a fccret whieh the latter proper td in confeqlierce of whipha great altercation enfued between ariTlUpningfton perfilHng in his Count dOfloW pet him under and fent an ex prefi to inform the Emprefs of what he had done The Count is fo highly in the good graces eff Imperial thatit is thdught Admiral Elphingfton will pay dear for his difobc a Burgeort in the has eovficed R inettod by and with iid than is tifed in ordinary this tried the experiment lately board tilt Arrft1 a 74 gunfl at Spit in the preience of who all approving of his gave u attefted under thbir which beuijr produced at rhe board of their brtiihips him to repair td and ec all tha intn of war deftrntd for the it fitted under his infpectlon for of A moft extraordinary happened a fe days finee in the in The family Hang in the the houfc wac left tothe care of aii old The eld having iiidrned all tl c windows and drxrs ihat went to bed in great feciiritv ti her utccr in tlie the locks of evey aud cabinet broke Vhe jmor wretch gcatly and c1 g fsmc of the who viewed with nuich Iurpme tlie ex h idI c renders this tramacTicn the more remarkable upon has a cjllertion of antique to the value of 3000 no thing appeared to be milTiug nor did the old woman hear the in the to rnve her the kail fufpicion of wa 1 he affair had fuch an efLvt on the fjritsof the old thai fhj fell into fits a few aficr the and has d fo ill ever that the poor creatuic is not expected get the better of is imagined fjme great peifon contrive J this method to difcover the contents of fuch papers as Walpole is fuppofed to have brought over with him from but to their were On Friday the body of mate of a WellIndia was taken up in the fiver by a waterman it appears he had been robbccl and his throat being cut fiora ear to and his On Friday of the harpers uTln afljcrt time defrauded country gentleman of a b nk by giving him a 20 note ti at a hoiife in Carey wns prthended in and carried IH fore the magiftrates in Bow xvho commi ted him to for exa DtcJi A few davs the Rev Hector o ll in and in rind Prcbcn dary of Laft Monday at the John one of the ptijfis ordinary of the Chapel of the cathedral in vicar of in that ccttintyj ininriter of the above On at his houfe in U James E 1 hi lame Edward FlElR atLAW pf en of hft rtfided ai in of Kincs and 1u one vvho tey jnd the may hcnr cf forneth to lus by to at 1hr S near A five years with a fjip upon his a httle hitc Krldle and Whocvtr give ictellijenqe d laid horftej or tilt man wrTj Hole upon conviOVi receive of the Chaplain FOUT rtvst for tifher mart or horfct To be SOLD by WI L L I A M P I T At the in on Monday the 8th of April be put precifcly at one by order of the execotorfy ill Three THE remaining Part of the FREEHOLD ESTATE of the late CARS w Kit fitunte in the pan of HJ county of three mikj frrtn and from Maidenhead LOT Confifting of a good whoieftream together with a and ard Ozirefrouhds belongingj let tu Thorhas a fubftantiti at the yearly rent of LOT Sixteen Acresef Aaable lying mar the ttjnsnt at beiibg of he is willing to take LOT A beautiful known name of Wfth fame Elm Tit fcrowiSg jl now 1 a good rit yearly rent thotfgij greatly For paisitulars Wm at Maidenf of at wFltf
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