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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 26, 1771, London, Middlesex The L O N O Price Twopence From to T H U R S D A MARCH 5843 Sold by at in PaternofterRow where AdvertftSsienff arid Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who chufe to be regularly ferved with this requefled to requeued to be fent and NO WHERE like Proprietors of the GENERAL EVEN ING POST return their grateful thanks to the Public for that Encouragement and Indulgence which this Paper has fo long and are refolved to render it in all worthy of They know they have no Right to Encouragemeut but in Proportion to their and they are affured that the equitable Public willxwt reward but every Degree of Improve a good a good the utmofl Care in colletling the im portant and inter ejling Intelligence a methodical and perfpicuous Arrange ment if the greatejl pojjible Variety of proper Matter y and a determined Refu tation to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to the conlpicuous Difplay of J and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which our Manufacturer and Commerce may be interefted if ti c and mofl vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all thefe Particu lars ftoidd appear from this in its the Proprietors doubt not but they fcall the Pleafure of perceiv ing the Public in the in email d for their o SHIP MARCH the Amitys Ac from Ncwcaftle Two from Sunderland and Two from the for MARCH Wind blows Came down and the fur the Jonge for Arraterdam and William and Jane from MARCH Pall the from At Jamaica from Philadelphia j and from At Virginia r from At from At ry from New At Cowes from South la the Creckc from SHIPS entered March Samuel and from SHIPS cleaved March fur Lady Hiikf and Hambro j New for K r va tor for Outran and Peer for A for NT New for for fur MARCH From the LONDON G A Z E T T Murch HE great quantity of fnow which has lately and the fro it continuing with great has rendered the paiiage of the Beit which prevents the regular arrival of the two are due from Hani and four from Lard Chamberlains March Orders for the Courts change of mourning on Thurfday the 28th for his late Moil Serene Highnefs the Margrave of Bran denbpurg Ladies to wear black illk or coloured fans and tippets or or white and orwhite iilvcr with black The men to wear black and black or plain or white or white and tilver fluff full coloured fwords and on Sunday the 3 ill the Court to go out ot John Bey Thomas and Ann of Fir mi Win and to appear April May at Abrahrm de of Wi0e to appear March April and May at Henry of to H appear April and at William of appear and May at the Crown in to be April Ifiac of at April John of Oihn Magif Scotdl We are that Lori was dif mifTcd yeitcrday We are ifured hi L rlihip throughout the ith the PJinters and the House ot and the proceedings of tie city bcvn lor lenient but tlu parly threatened lie went thorough Iticcli with It is Lord Gover ii appointed It is uuiverially that Lord made a molion in the Hof Cs on u poiipone the of VTilkeas and thrit J h E ine the reafon alleJied that was Leneath The Lord Mayor is to attend this day and the trvinu everv means to jret him O O io make an apology for his I hey are afraid of him to the yet they cannot if he refutes to iultn thir iure to a Tare the ivce a bighell that his ro jxert thjmfeves in cafe ot expul what he had which fhe was thoroughly convinced Hd been ftrictly confiiieiu with A humourous correfpondent as the only means of conciliating and healing the prefent breach between the City and the Houfe of that tlie Common Coun cil hould petition John to iflue about two hundred and fifty warrants for the apprehenfton of the feveral members voted the Lord Mayor Alikrman Oliver afWf having thefe for bath ides to anter a make and reduce matters On at the Mount as the was commending the patriotic condudl of the Lord he was rather abruptly reprehended bv a minifterial gentleman who fat oppolite to him the con fequence of which an appointment to meet next morning in Hydepark the af fair taking it was cornpromifld by the mediation of Lord Monday at the General Court of the Proprie tors of EaftIndia at their houfe in for baliotting according to A61 of Parliament on the following queitioii That the dividend of the Stock of that company for the commencing at Chriftmas and ending at Midfiunmor be at i4th per The numbers were a follow For the ijuefliort it Majority Fsxtral of a letter March The Diploma uhlch proclaimed the Prince Royal to be of Sweden the room of his deceafcd va hi ought hither lalt Mon day by one of Noblemen of that This isew King and his brother will leave Paris in order to return to On Tuefday night between eleven and a fellow had the audacity to itop a hackney coach in open the ut tempt to rob a genticman and lady the coach man leapt from the and dclivrM 1 him to the who him to To be S O L THE NR XT PRESIiNTATlOX to a RECTO RV of tvcny miles from in a ycry witl j very good Houfe flarden The prcfcnt is in i very weak Enquire of i To be SOL APIECE of fituate in the Bo in of late Felungni to dsccafed j ccn and in the oc tenant at at th clvl ei by the of V hiLK Irom the John 2oco ironi thj nut to the tith JM hs Fo funher Inn or to wiiu of te Eiq fo a J a rf of A U C T 1 To bs SOL D by On Monday the ijth uf ciilfuleJ 01 b Wind A LL that Capital MESSUAGE or MAX other t at f EAilMH iith fariih of in of one and ai nnd acre held Ly thi cf or n J ind walks which are well Fearnliiil a Eaton Harrow upon the and every part of tle contributes to every objefl conduce j to und is about twentythree miles Irijm London and fuur from For further narticubrs enquire of Tyrrell at or of Ward at he who will ftew ths This Dm were put Very neceffary and ufefcl for all FAMILIES prce bcund that Mayor from tion of to the The f dieting is a F A I il S tke to be biLl the of the Neatly printed in one OR MS of DEVOTION for Ufe of a recommencing the of Family Ff L A M and To which is A ih r of thafend 2nd Defijn of the Lords frwble Meditations and a preruco a dvse on lared kif vviiii ufe or thole nsed or Printed for Vv Forms of And the ihurt price I of prayov John at C O U N T R Y N E W March We h ar a tion will be opened here next for fupport ing thofe Printers who have lately withftood the arbitrary mandates of fome branches of the uncl by appealing to the of their have done their duty to pre ferve the moil if no the only which ftill remains to 1 is net but the like mtafure will be adopted in every free Borough und City in the that Miniilers may that thofe who can not govern by ought not to govern at The fubiiiled amongit the mafters and feamen belonging to this are all made and the feunicn have gone on boird their refpettive it Mcmbcrs liaving been fent for by unr to town on Mon iic gone upon the i no be da iVi in weften when Le came to town his wcru i a fcam by and he repa reel tely to the Council and re cay or one hand being held up to th cout Tiiat ru Lord Mayor lie defired to call a the nth of That a table be kept for Alderman Oliver in te the expence of the The ccond rjfc lion was rucved by Aldcruuti Roiiiter the only perfon who ipoke agJiirit it He uantud o know the number t f the andioon but found his ordi received ith fuch difguit and chat he even took to himleil and fat Alderman was for deferring die at tention of the City to the fupportof their Ma till after their petitions about Dur ham yard were he that matter was much and that they could not export if they toinitate the Alderman and Mem ber of Parliament for this though ordered to bj fen to the u as indulged to lie at his u ho ufe in where the Serjeant at Arms attended yeflerday morning between the of fevcn and eight ud conducted him in a coach to the above when her hulband went to the KouSe on declared to that fhe would rather fee hin buried in the than hi fhould return afttf rctradting in the leaft from Concluded from our for cattle and for fheep and for fheep and a in the VVeit of iituate on the rivor 160 miles from on the great Noith for and petty a great the capital of the on the river Robert Duke of elueit Ion of the was buried ater an imprfibnment of 26 years in Cardiff William Duke of only of took his title from this two members to cattle of all fo for a fmall fair for a great fair for horfes the capital of the iituate on the river 66 miles north of and fends two Members to for horned cattle and woollen cloth a borough fituate near the Englifh 40 miles fouih well of and fends two Members to for for broad and narrow woollen capital of the from whence one branch of the family of Cecil takes the tirje of Earl fends two rriem bers to and is the fee of a for horfes and for pedlers a boroughtown in the for two mem bers to for arid for horfes and for oxen and for cattle a market town of North fituate near the at the mouth of the river and gives title of Baron to a branch of the now Earl of Eleantl put fa in on a Ruyjl riONT on the PRINCIPLES of u irh a pnrtKiihr to ofihe NVw the Right the LORD KJIiHOP of GLOUCISTJ Ri OBSERVATIONS on this in his late difcourfe DOCTRINE cf are Being the fubftance of LiJiuvcs read in the Oratory School of Trinity By T H O M A S L E L A N Tins day were in One Volume illufiratcd with TeVun price CASES in with PART t he F r s T By CHARLES W H 1 T One oi the Corporation of Surgeons in and Surgeon tu the Manthciler To which is An E S S AY the TV R E of Ey AIK i Printed for in Where may Le Medical Obfervations and 3 by a Society of Phyficians price Van Svveitens Commentaries 2 by price iz juft The London Practice of for the ufe of Phyficians and younger price In a feM Dtys will be In One Volume Price in Boards THE Complete ENGLISH A Praiiical SYSTEM of founded upon and obvious Principles In which is comprized a General View of Che whole Art of Agricul exhibiting the different Effects of cultivating according to the Ufage of the Old and New Huftandry The Whole exemplified by a Series of luitable Manage ment from the firft Apportionment of a Farm from to the Time of perfecting it by proper Cultiva tion in every To which are particular Di reftions for the Culture of every Species of Grain in com mon Ufe And a new Method of Tillage partaking of the Simplicity of the Old and of all the Advantages of the Illuftrated with Plans the neceflary Buildings belonging to Farm Houfes an Attempt to eftablilh a for conftrucling wj may be applied to all Dimeniioni accurate tions of fome newlyinvented Fanning By a PRACTICAL And a Friend of the late Jethro Authur Horfehoeing Printed for at the Corner of S
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