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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 30, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L O S U R D A Yj to T A APRIL vSold by at iri PaterjjQflerrRow where Letters of dligeRce are taken in and thofe who chute to Le regularly ferved with ate AchfertifementSj Articles of 4nd Letters ate xnd at the Rdyal Exchange Chtif at ihe Corner of Eifexftpoet in tbit Strand the Corner of Craigscourt ChAWgcrofs New feotiMreet C O O P E in and WHERE The the GENERAL EVENI i t S H I P N E W ING POST their grateful Ibanh to the Public for that Encouragement and Indulgence whichthis Paper has fo long refolded to render it in all Rfjpetts wortby of Iheyknozv haveno Rigkt to expect Encouragement but in Proportion to their DeferiS and they are ajured that the equitable Public will ntt only reward hit ruery Degree of Improve a good a good Came this morning and the Earl of Rochford for India j and India fur the MARCH Wind Came 4own and for Virginia and ihc Kttriaflflare the moft pertaxt and if a methodical and Arrange ment if the great eft pojfible Variety of proper and a determined Rcfo lution to admit all wellwritten that and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to the conspicuous Itifplay of and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which our Manufactures and Coninterce may lie interejled if fir i cleft and moft vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all thefe Particu lars foould from this in its the Proprietors doubt not but they ftmll Pleafurt of perceiv ing the Public in the in trcajing Demand for their M O N D APRIL From the LONDON March the the Dutch Part the Ackworf Bofton from Oirend Voung Fry and Two from Jort Young from Embdeo Gray j and from Rotterdam and from Rechclle LArniable from Durnirjgo j and Young from alip great mortality among the Euro here upwards of two hundred have died within thefe two and the ikkiy feafon is not yet These never was fo great fcarcity of calh Bengsl as at prefeirt not to be had even from the part of the arrcar Tiade is teod 4 and tlie I am tall fhort of their reventtps this the count rv being quite the villages and the riots flown to the large toivns for among all thcfe cala war for the of the late King in the mean time the people croud ih great numbers every day to fee the body lie in March Thepolls have been ftopt on both fides the Eelt abovfc this forttiight a circumftance has not happened fince the year i Ttfitiy March His Sardinian Majefty this day at the defre of his Majefty the King of Great to his Britannic Majeftys Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at thisCourt with the Enfigns of the rnofr Honourable Military Order of the with the ufual March The Biffiop of Orleans is ordered to retire to his and not to appear any more at B A N K R P T Fnncis of to and Miy at Richard in the prifli of anJ John of Dafcy inthe faid FvHtiSn Manufaflurers and to appnr April and May it the Spread in Hanging Leonard of Weft Cos Mer to appear April and Mny at the White in Anthony of Surt Tavern to appear April May at Jofeph of Gret Wine to appear and May at of Martinin the Glazier and to appear arid Msy at William of Little Coach to appear April and May at of to appear April and May at CuildhalL AiBoiron from the AtBilboa from Marble At Dover fvom from South At Portfmouth Happy from At Briftol Bridges and from North Carolina and Jenny and from At Milford iron Dublin j ana from At Biiboa from At Nantz Nouvilc Le Guad In Stangatc Crteke Ann and Logan anc from At Jamaica Oranyc from At Cuxhaven Duke of frcrn SHIPS entered March Three from Peters from Sjfannah Unv from from SHIPS cleared March for for and for Rufahe for for for for Yefterday being Fafter their Majef ties went to the Chapel preceded by the Heralds and Purfuivunts at and heard u krrnon preached by the Archbiihop of York after divine fervke their Mojeities received the holy communion from the hands of the Lord Btfhon of of the affiikd by the Their according to miide an offering at the Altar of the or uxdgc of The fvvord of ftate was carried to and from Chapel by Lard Beauliexu Saturday a grand council at which fat vey and mofc of the great officers We that all Committees have leave to fit during the adjournment of the The following is the Committee appointed to inquire into the caufe of the late disturbances Ellis Dyfoh iir Hoagiitori John York Rofe Fuller 1 ord John Cavendilh Frederick Montagre Ongley Lord George Germain Lord Advocate of Exrfer De Grey there is not the leail talk of i either OT upon General d foua ne arrived time We are informed he is making great in the and it is imagined 4 this eftnblifliaient will be pat on a diffeicat No prifoners in the Tcwer were ever vifited by more illiftrious gnefls than the prefcnt Lord Mayor and Alderman Oliver On Saturday the Dukes of Manchester and the Marquis of Earls FitzWilliam and Lord Sir Charles Admiral Sir jjmes and attended by the two She Baker on It is the general wrfh of the Livery to have the worthy Lord Mayor of this year continue in that high office thj fuccertling ss a dii tinguifhed ruartof his uncoramon Tlie Lord md Mr it is and ir is hopcd7 will brrcg in a bill of menr at GuildftalJ aaintV the S r for Stanley Sir Thomas Clavenng The Attorney General The Solicitor General April Edward of at the Nags Head in May Tamos of Windy in the of Woollen at in April Sprott the af the in April Tames of at May eorge of Cabinitmakerand at April of Win Merc at e to be rant Marlham Burrell Sit NeAdigate Sir William Sir Gilbert Elliot Exirafi of a letter frcrn an OJjlrcr at dated Which the public may be aiTurcd Is genuine 4 You will undoubtedly receive very ing accounts of tke famine that has made fuch terrible ravages in the provinces cf Bahaarv nay throughput all In The dearth hss been fo very great for the laft fix that in the companys diftricis alone upon a moderate computation there have died upwards of three hundred thoafand inhabitants through mere The Deputy Governor of tbe Tower polite complimented the Lord Mayor and Oliver with his feat in the Tower where they attended divine fcrvice the his Lordships bed We thai the LieuteruBt of the Tower having fent Ihis complinjents the Lord informing his Lordfhip lhat he was at liberty to walk about any where within the Tower walls attended bf a warden ifhe defired it his Lord ihjp returned him thanks for his kind and that he di4 uot to aik or accept of any favours that hi w3s fatisficd with the apartments allotted and would continue within thern till his difcharge ftall be The foiltrvving is Alderman Olivers Anfwer to the Letter from the Cominitfee of the Com mon Couiicilj him ther to provide a Table for him at their daring his confinement in the t I beg the favour of you to retarri niy thanks to the Common Council of for this proof of their attention to the lltuation of one of their Though the faithful aininifffanon of ju ft according Durin the lait fix weeks have loft in April John of Tgkenljoufe Calcutta and its environs and at the cities of Patua1 and Muxadabad It is firppofed more thnn that there are many public charities arid every method that can be thought of taken for their drives many of them to fuch ditfrefsy the ftrongelt frequently in fame parts the country fall upon the arid devour and all public entertain to fubfide jit this time of general fcarcity but I run forry to fay they have not j and under the doors and windows of thefe places of arautement lie many dead and others again in all the agonies of defpair and But let me quit this me lancholy and inform yon tliat there is a profpeft of 3 very plentiful and grain begins to bi has to my oathj was the fole motive of my yet 1 cannot coufefs that their approbation makes my duty their concurrence is however the only adyan tage 1 mean to receive from their refolution many ftrong both public and oblige me to the table they have provided for and 1 hope they will not be offended my I am to find that the Common Council agree with me in thinking that an apology is due from the Houfe ef Commons who have violated thg and not from the Magiitrate who has fulfilled This country has been unhappy the mo ment that the prefent prevailing counfels have influenced the The Igft ten years have afforded to the City 6f in parti cular inftaiice of ih fult petitions haye been re property uh conveyed toothers fHejr Charters viola ted their rights invaded jheir contem ned and their Magi ftrates The power that confumes us has the plaineft and mofl mjrks of ah4 infoent at Whether our rights will in the end be peaceably or whe thVir tliis violence will be is than1 1 can certainly declare but this I will Venture t6 fay fcf niyfeify they muft eiiher change the laws or the Magiftnife for my adhereace to niy duty ft all beinvariably the of the 1 at one the inqtrcft of BillingfgateWard went iji proceffion trom the Coal Exchange to the in their livery attended by the beadle of the with his to pay their rcfpects to their Alderman on whicu the foreman addrefled him thus The of yotir being truly fen fibfc of the tortituJe and rirtue of iheir worthy Alderman cannot at this time emit to teftify tlveir approbation and un feigneJ thanks for your late pubic which has fo confpictijuily dittinguiflied you the patriot and friend of your and of ifris pajticulax4 and inay verance Lorney to poiterity incfiiinable bbflings of liberty which our aneeftors have fo nolJv handed down to Tirey afterwards waited on flic Lord Mayor ro pay their refpeds to when the foreman adureiied his Lordfhip in the following manner Mr The foieman and inqueft of the of havingbeen to rrefpecis to their worthy could not depart the Tower without giving your cere thanks for having fupported the alfo the rights and privileges of the They were all received very and both returned very fpirited and obliging Maitland in his Hiitory of fpeaking the Lord He is the reprtfentative in the civil government cf this fir ft of the per petual coroner ard efcheator within the city and liberties of London nnd Chief Jiilice of Oyer and Terminer and Gaoldelivery of Judge of the ceurt of Ward mote at the election of Confervator of the rivers Thames and whvreby he is im powered by his warrant to any or apprentice of this city that fhall have been car yied awav nnd forceably dccamed board fhip or and fuch ciptaifi craafrer to releafe He is alfo perpetaarrcommii fioner in all affairs relating die River Lee alfo chief butler of the kingdom at coronatons though the office is itmay be faid to for his authority ceafes iher on the demife or abdicatJon of the as1 thnt of all commiflioned officers wherefore in ftch cafo he aid to be the principal officer in the When on Wednefday night with being a a id put it home fo clofcly to the Renegade kept the patriot at bay fome time with the molt tergiveration He founded his de fence npofi the old rcftxt Lite then njvtr that men had got a fight of their it was the duty of hone it men to retra5t lhat he acted entirely upon the plan of fell and he he firmly Ihould keep upon that In he hewed himfcIf 3 perfect malter of thofe convenient principles which are at all times utrumqtie With the greateft Your m6ft obedient and faithful humble 1 RICHARD Wednefday a fire broke out at LutonHoOj in feat of Lord whiuii didconfiderable HERTFORDSHIRE TlC E is hereby giving That all tfe Militia Mea hlonging to Militia of tli County of are appointed to nfori tbi Town cf in the faidCountyy on SaiurJaj ibs Fourth tay of May there to remain fr Eight and Twenty to bs trained ana exercifi I as tbe law Dated this of Sj Order of the ROO Clerk of the General A To be SOLL7 By On Monday ike I5th fay of Aprif unfcfs oiirisr etifpqfed of by private sonWft at the Meimajd in A Lt thatCapital MESSUAGE or SI ONHOUSE IfaftrejL alhi flhfate at a tfa paruli of in the county of Berjssy together with orie fix acres of freehold and acfes ef land held iy the Deaa arid or A new kitchengarden WaHei in and pleafanl well Fearnhill coAnnarids a Eafon CoH upoia tbe other arid1 of the eftate to i every objeft corhiirts topleifure1 and1 is abdf feiyes ftoai Londoi fromWiBdfdiv For enqujre or   

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