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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 28, 1771, London, Middlesex rr L O N D O Price Tworpence irooi MARCH to S A T U R D A MARCH Sold by at In PateritofterRow where AdViemfements and Letters of are taken in and where thofe who chiife to be reguferfy ierved with this are Articles tif fcfcd Lettefs froih are alfo K oppofne Donftans Fleetftreet Corner of Effexlrreet in the Strand j R b thJCef ner of Charing crofs Safeopsiif New Bondflreet C OOP E in and NO WHERE e Proprietors of the GEfofcRAL EVEN ING Tost return fair gftteful hanki to the Public for that Encouragement Indulgence which this Paper basfo are refolded to render it in all Krfpetfs worthy of Ibey know they bave no Right io expect Encouragement but in Proportion to their and they are equitable Public will not reward but every Degree of Improve Cleaftd For if reach j Savilcj Good Intent Williun and L O D O Yesterday his Majefty went to the Houlb of Peers and guve his roval aftem to the bill to r ftrain divorced perions From rnarn Uigvvich the oiFendirjg The indemn ty The bill to enable lunatics to grant paring Wappfag paving The Kbfcmnrylnne paving The Oxford paving The Chcfterfield navigation The The Bedford level Southwark fhoe And to ten other jnib a good a pood tbe utmojl Care in colkttitig the moji im poitant and Jnterejling Intelligent e if a methodical and perfpicuous Arrange if tbe greateft pojjible Variety of proper and a determined Refo lution to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention tbe confpicuous Dijplay of and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which our Manufactures and Commerce may be interred if tbe ftriSejl and moft vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all tbefe Particu lars foould appear from this in its the Proprietors doubt not but I unwiiiin they foallhave the Pleafure of being trampled on by an I r ir r and affumed ing the Public in the m cnafmg Demand for tbeir and thirtyfive private His Mnielty was attended in the ftate coach by the DUKC of Ancafter and Lord Oifbrd was forncwhat the high conilabe ot walked by the fide ot the and many cen ftables were mixed with the guards and atten dants Lord General in the ether coaches that made up The people in the park were very numerous his MujcltT met with none of thofe joyful and tokens of applaufe he was to receive cu thefe occa fions in the earlier days of his reign on the tlu behaviour of the fpcJtators was a niixtujc of and ail indecent v hich particula y chriratleriles she Englith when they think to defend their niv un merits at per proves r been the hat of Sir William who loll it when he went oiit of Alices with ieverftl other patribtic to pro te6t Lord North from of the Upon Sir Williams return to the he declared his and the waiter oyt t6 feek it but the miftike had occaftoned its pre vious The Sheriffs Baker and Martin on Wedfnef informed the Houfe of thai were extremely willing tat comply with aiw ordertf ifae Houfe fliottld givethem in order to difpcffsi tfcyi sod breTeWf the compWntii hi tbe Wfien Townfend addrefled himfdf to tlie populace on he requeued them to go to their homts peaceably and them that Juftice fhould be done them for added thank the laws of trm country are fuficeiit to briug the to T Ok Monday ivitl price bccontinued fcnriched eljLt Patterns in Ncejle Work of fprigs for rfJ a beautiful Scere in Domeitic with a New to rouGc NUMBER Gi H E LA D V s MAGAZINE O ENTER TAiiiiNO COMPANION fur the Appropriiiod fokly Ufe and PriutLc fur RjbinJunBtiJ Rsbsrtsj whom IEJV hf had ot UKfuuaia numbers by whomfu surefa uotitsrrorn ill be the eight numbers already jubKfid hiv jiviin a great variety ot eLgant irr Bins brtiHifvd aaw iei tv ic bv Hcdiofl on purpoie foe tins A MARCH W Peers broke up yeilerday at COUNTRY NE March AST week there were upwards of 400 fail of hips in Shields har which the failors taking the advantage would not go to fea without a great ad vance of nor would permit any fhip to by flriking the topmaft of fuch as offered and forcing their hands on ftore but fortunately the Alder ney loop of Captain fhtioned at came into the harbour on and the appearance of the with her which went down on the turn of the ftruck fuch a pariick among that they run on board their and offered to 50 on their makers Two of the ringleaders were apprehended and carried to and committed 10 the tower on the bridge fuice which 247 fail have gone to SHIP Mirch Sailed fnm the the from for Himburgh j and Royal from for Stangite MARCH Wind Sailed for the the WilJium and from the Jonge for March the Leghorn Carrol Angel from Leghorn Frienil from Alicant j from Nirce Tkree from Norden j and Young from At Dublin Elitabetli from Vew York Love and from Liibon and from At Watcrford from Philidelphit and from At Cork from Kitti 5 and from At the Grtnadcf from At Ncwry fwm New At VUfinja from At Marblchead General Off the Ifle of Wight from PORT of March Coaftlng Skips and Vtffels entered From Siimuel and Baxter Good Robert and and From John and Corner William and Graham and Conrtant Dorothys Butcher and Charmicg The Houle of half puft three The lioule of Peers is adjourned to Lall niglt the Houfe of Commons broke up at eight and adjourned for the holi The Committee ot Enquiry fat till after The the the Wed we appointed Chaicinanof one of the moved for on Wed neiday night by Wellbore Why need the motionmaker throughout the late have added his lalt motion on Wed nefday night is the caufe of the mobs any fecret Does it want an explanation We think it our duty to ii orm the that to one of the two Committees ths one an and the other a feaxt one appointed by a certuin club ft is given an un limited power ot lending and examining and writing and that Infor and are art cully to be detached to all Pnnch and in everv place publc or Hrhee there is the lea ft likeliJ hood of gaining any how the mobs were were prefent in and what was the caafe of their pre The minilterial tribe are for ever reminding that rhe patriots of the laft age let their faces not 7 he is have ever op pofed it Our ancelrors combated thisjnonfter in the ihape of Royal Prerogative iheir fons refut it although it condffcends to wear the more and therefore form of liamentary the new way made of going into the Home of to diftinguifh it from the is to be called the Luttrel The nigheft way from Guildhall to the is by a nice furvcy jult to be through On Wednefday a man in the crowd inPalace afked what new offenco the Houfe of Commons had thit it was taken into cuftody taken into cuftody replies what do you mean by that fays the 1 heard fay laft fuminer when they fent the Re that it was a and I thought it had been taken into cuftody byieeing it furrounded by Fox was ill ufed again ycfterday by the as he was going to the Parliamenthoufe after he got into Alices he came forward to the window with intent to fingle out a few for his but to no for he conftables took none in Charles Foxs new chariot met with the fame fate as his visavis did on Wed It was a miftake in the papers which that Lord North loft his hat in the riot at the outer door of the new paflage to the Houfe of Commons laft Wednclilay the hat loft and cut to piccci by the who fold H in finall frag A correfpondcnt that the Serjeant at Arms would have certainly been hanged en at Temple had not the Lord Mavor and Evans his Lordlhps dcijhirod that he was only one of his friends They had prepared ropes on ihe Serjeant has fince had the gratitude to ccntfs his oiligations to the Lord and coniciHs that he his life to his A Copy ff tht Warrant of the Alderman Oliser u attained n the WHEREAS tlie Houfe cf Commons have this day that Richard a iVember of this having ligned a warrant ior the commitment of the the for having executed the warnint of the iilutd unJer an order of the and having held the faid Meflenger to is guily of a b each of the privilege of the Houie And whereas the faid Houfe h ith thib day order ed the faid one tf the Aldermen of the City of i Mem ber of this to for his faid offenje committed to the Tower of London are therefore to reqmieycii to receive into your cuftody te body of the faid Richard Efq and him fafely to during the of the 1 J for which this flull be your u r Given under my hand the twjntv fifth day of one leven hundred FLETCHEH To the Lieutenant of the Lower ot 01 hjs r Alderman Olver thofe apartments in were occupied by Ship and alterwards bv The Rigit Honourable tht Lord dined ytlte day wi h Alderman L ac his apartmeiiti in ihe On Wed nefday Robert Efq of Lin colns being prelented by the Right the Lord Mayor to the freedom cf the was admitted into the Drapers At a Court of Aldermen held it was tkat the thanks of that Cuurt he given to and for their con duct in ftanding forth for the rights of their and that a fplendid table be allowed to the Right Honouiablethe Lord Mayor at the Citys Several applications were made at the Manfion Houfe for the City to be af fixed to deeds to be fent but nobufinefs could be In the debate on Monday Thomas Towufend fhewed the fcandalous conduct of in puniiLing Priuteis and for a few harmlefs paragraphs while they were rewarding a man for libelling the beft characters in the with one of the molt valuable Crown he the writer of the letters ligned Anti Old was promoted by Administration to a living worth at leaft per A correfpondent delires to hint to electors in that one principal caufe of the op preflive and infolent behaviour of reprefeiita is owing Jo the venality and iurdid prin ciples of their Yefterday morning fonae villains broke into the houfe of by the and Able from thence to the amount of aud This day A NEW price L D N T R K A S U K Y for i CHILDREN of whofc TREASURE is HEAVEN of fejcft Tfexts of ih Obfcrvations in Prole and for every Day In ihe YeaK Written by B O G A T S K With a 1rciface o ths Author on trie right ufe if hts And ndw for its great ihe jgth edition of the your there will your heart be 2 i LunJoft Printed for Bccket and Co in the Strand j and and This Day pul In One Volume price THE FARMERS KALENDAR O A MONTHLY DIRECTORY for all Sorts of Country Budnefs conUiniug Hliin the Work of various KiaJs of in every ot the rcipefting partfcularly tlie anJ fel ling Livj the Culiiire of Crops the ot Grilles tlu aconumieul Conduit of the By an EXPERIENCED Printed for and Paternoftcr Row and in ihe This Day was In One Volume prue adorned with n elegant and fuitable Frontifpiece cagraved by THE CHRISTIANS CUiVllAMONr in the Principles of Religion and the Concerns of Human of thi Cbnihan Shewing whst are thofe ntJdJary tu be and piactifcd lor the attLiiniVtCjit of la Four TJ are 1 iiei i crrns ct our RcxonuuenJed bj ihs author of the CithuliC Doitrific ut as To the Editors of the IST i A NS COMP AN i O n C J I R j THIS fummary of Chriftian Doilrine will be found an ufeful to cvsry Thw ot the author are found aoJ fcuptuui hii rruuucr is his ihlc adapted to every and liis Aork the belt matter of ihe applied to lad renditions life pcjpis may oltiui infcrmjtion fnm this and much Icii labjui than Jroni bulky on the It is what I purpofe to ufc iu my own and I ftall difpcife fome of them about my houfe to lie in tli vray of Jn wifhlng fiicccfs to your I wife well to all and Wii for Robinfon and and near This Day is printed on a fine medium and new Price ia VOLUME the in Of THE HISTORY of ENGLAND from the death of CHARLES the to thfi reftoradon of CHARLES the By CATHARINE Printed for Edward and Charles in the Likewife at tlie fame time will be A new and elegant edition in of the Four pre ceding Volumes of MacSulays from the acceflion of James to the death of Charles I Any or the abovementioned volumes may be had feparate to complete In a ivill be In One Volume Price in THK Complete ENGLISH A Praducil SYSTEM of founded upon and obvious Printiples In which s comprised a General View of the whole Art of Agricul exhibiting rh different Eiredls of cultivating according to the the Old and New The Whok exernpliiied by a Series of urtaWe ment from the firfj Apporiionmeat of a Farm from the to the Time cf perfecting it by proper Cultiva tion ia every To which are particular Di reftions for the Cultura 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 of the neceiTary Buildings belonging to Farm Houfes j and an Attenipt to eftabJifli a Rale for coaftrufting may be applied to allDimeofiffas accurtte Delioest tions of Ibme newlyinvented Farming By a PRACTICAL And a Friend of the late Jethro TulL Author af Horfehi6i Htl band Printed for at Cwner of
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