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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 2, 1771, London, Middlesex                                The eninsf L O N D O Price Twopence From T U E S Yj APRIL to T H 1 R S D A APRIL Sold by at in PaternofterRow where Advertifemenjs and of Intelligence are taken in and where thoie chuie to be regularly ferved with this are requefted to Articles of and Letters from are alfo received and at the Royal Exchange Dunfhms Fleetftreet at the Corner of Effexftreet Strand Feu RDRINIERJ the Charing crofs New Bondilreet in and NO WHERE The Proprietors of the GENERAL EVEN ING POST return their grateful 1 hanks to the Public for that Encouragement and Indulgence which this Paper has fo long and are refolded to render it in all Rejpetfs worthy of They know they have no Right to expecl Encouragement but in Proportion to their Defer and they are ajjiired that the equitable Public will notonly reward Excellence t but every Degree of Improve If a good a pod tke utmoft Care in collefting the mojl im portant and intefejling Intelligence a methodical and perfpicuous Arrange ment if the greatejl Variety of proper and a ddermbud Refo lution to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to tce conjpicuous J nfplay of and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which our Manufactures and Commerce may be interefted if the and mo ft vigorous Attentign to this Paper inall tkefe Particu lars floould appear from this in its the Proprietors doubt notbut they JJjall have the Pleafure of perceiv ing the Public in the in creafing Demand for their March On Thurfday the Com miffioner went out to Spichcad to pay flic Hound but becaufe he would not pay them down to fix they refufed taking their wages two of them are for that reafon put in March The Taylor from Sunderland to with coals and is loll on the Northumberland co a The with turo women and fpme SHIP April Wind Came down and the Trenham and Generous for Jamaica New for the Grenades Governor for Georgia j and for the Merlin floop of and remain with trie Dutch April Paft the Royal from Cork Cx from Jamaica j Two from Embden Young Frielland from Goitenburgh 5 aad Charming from At Leghorn from Exeter John and from Loeftoffe and At Genoa Prinrefs from At Caxhaven from At Dunkirk from At Barcelona from At Yarmouth John and from titance in chat kingdom that he is moreover fo have the duchy of and eltabliih his refidence at The picklit Duke of Courland who will probably no and whufe brother has rendered lumleu unworthy to fuccced him will have an ample futfkiency given him to fpend the remainder of his days in cafe and This Jan of ope rations is going to be carried into They writefrom that Prince Lob kowitz fet out from thence the 2ih inilant as Ambaflador to the Court of w The Prince of HefTe Darmiladt has pur chafed the late dEvert ijvthe fervice of this for At Rochslie from APRIL From the LONDON March N the aSth paft an edift was publifted by uhch the Great Duke exempts from all duty foreign imported either by lea or Let ters from Warlaw of the i jth con tain the agreeable news that theplague had At Dover Two from At Cork Fathers Good from Virginia J and from At Genoa from At Antigua from Yefterday Lord North had a long conference with his Majefty at Richmond Out of twenty one chofen by ballot to make an enquiry into the caufes of the late difturbances and fevcn out of them a Committee that they are allowed to notwithstanding any It is that the opinion of the Judges will be aiked with regard to the late The bill for the better fupport and eftablifh ment of has faffed one branch of the Legiflntive and is ordered to the Upper Houfe for their concur We that circular letters have been fent to all the members of the fo that fome grandeclat is expected from that It is confidently that the Viceroy of certain kingdom has been hot A Great in a conversion the ether day with one of his Secretaries of aiked him his What would be the and having uounJed ilMreated all who fell intheir have ut fallen upon one another one of ihem g lait vvvtk bit a piece out of the others Sittings appointed in Lsndon before Uc Right br Lord Chief Juitice of his V Court of Common Pitas at ia and after Eallcr Monday April 2 Friday Tuefday Monday May After Tuefday entirely ceaied in thofe parts of where it raeed with the greattft and that j belt methd of letiiing the prefent difpute be uow there were only fome faint remains of it tsveen his Parliament and the Cityr To which ROW there were only at Mobilow upon the Thomas of Hanoverfquire Wine to appear April and May at Times of Coal Merchant and lu April and May at the Red Lion in james of to appear Arril and May at the Bufli in Henry of to appear April and May at the Black Dividends to be May Thomas at April Henry Anthony of at May Francis of Mercer and at April John late of but now the at April Alexander of Cabinet at May James of at ExtraSi if a private tier from dated March Th King of Prulfui continues at Potz wtere it is he cxpccls a vifit from hisSvvedifh Majefty in his way to The letters from Vienna that Prince the Auftrifn Minitler to the Court cf Rufiia fee out from thence on the lotii for Peterfbourg from which it is that the negociation of a peace and the Ottoman Porte is in great forwaid Sunday lait the Mayor gave an elegant entertainmcn to the ami of the third regiment doincr yarrifonclaiy in O O O J the Through a polite and refpectful regard of his tu the vhiecrs of his Maiellys guards on there wore no patriotic toints at or after We are aflu that their Royal HiglineiTes the Dukes of Gloucefter and Cumberland caid a vifit to the the Lord o J and Oliver on Saturday The reafon of this we are is a pch cal We that beiides the molt worthy After and Common and the gen tlemen of the Livery of the fevera many of the members of the nioit rcfpectable clubs and focieties in and about th cities of intend to go in pro ceffion in all their 10 pav vifit to the two worthy prifoncrs in the to teftify their and approbation of their noble conduct an act of no will be followed by every honeIt and man and real friend to his King aad as well as to his own happinefs and welfare the prefervation of the whole depend ing on the prefervation of the constitution pr free from all violation from any quarter The following addrefs of the and nil the principal inhabitants of the of in been tranfmitted to Sir George and tije Lord Mayor of this their Reprefentatives in To Sir GEORGE and BRASS the andtheprin inhabitants of the Borough of think it our ind fptnfible duty to return our warmeft thanks for your and unbiaffed conduft in par in our liberties Tuefday April Monday Friday May Tuefday After Wcdnefday May Yeftcrday at Hanover Charles of in yrefumptive heir to his Grace the Duke of to Mifs Fitzroy of Holm Hcrefordfliirts anu lule of the Lord Vifcount few days ago al Har near of Bi u Lord o Lohdo iilttr to ths April William cf Dorfetiliire at the Guildhall in April Rulicrt of at Hugh Mac of itthtGoUen Live April Lawrence Hav of and at rhe CafTle Patrick at Certifcaie to be Charles Hcthevv of and as nothing s more driar to or could you more worthy of our rJ h of ur the part ayow cu raid fiippo in rnaiutcnuncc of thofe COUNTY April Ye Herd ay fail ell from Spithead the Deptford fior Admiral with the fliips under his ton is expected to Iail lor the WellIn iics ty 15161 of Lord If I might advife your the fhould he feoir to the and the two Os to As great eventsoften proceed from little and as Millon though fweet at are bitter on itfelf Wno knows but that from fo liuie and iniignificant a caufe as the iictle revengeoT link cocking George againft the the event fo long and wifncd for in may to the fatisfaclion of the whole certain and thus this linli Heros little though fwect at ere bitter on himfclf Orders are given for Elliotts regiment of Light now quartered in to march up to town to relieve Burgoynes regiment now on duty at which is ordered into The Royal Regiment of which now confilts of four having their full complement of are daily and ia the courfe of next month will be review ed by his Private letters from Paris that couriers are continually puffing between the Comts rf Verfailles ami which gives room to that fome deligns of a very important nature are now in of a letter from the March The lait advices from the banks of the Da nube that her Imperial Majefty ef Hun gary has found means to prevail with the Em prefs of Ruffia and the King of Pruffia to come Into her meafures that in confequence thereof the King of Poland will evacuate his throne in favour cf the Duke of SaxeTefchen hjs Poiifn befides a conliderable fura of money which he is to receive title of King of in the fame mariner as King Sraniflaus did togetherwith ail the I The two who have long been a eftatcs which belong to by right of terror w all re prifoneas in the j to iTiire your inflexible and uninrkunced pcrfovjruncL in the fame will ever render you molt worihy of our and to our future in of every undue art which may be fuggcfted a nvxive to hake our We Your moLi luunble Dated at the 2tyh of On Tuefday laft a duel was fought in Hyde between Sir G A of Ear and H F of the lame in confequence of a challenge lent bv the latter for fome provocation given him in a political piece relating to the affairs of that laid to be written by the when the com batants difcharged one piftol each of them at the and each of them had one by turns tht Happily no wound was given either and the affair as it is in the moft amicable manner on the fpo JACOB D ENT1 ST to uf A JEST v th A i i j If T i F he jr onl in bur allo ulc LI i c r com thtv ill even to a arc slnujy ej c rh S c v tc rruke clefs lj the ilc th r r ail thcfe icrs to of thj 1 ru thsv rtndar te thar Hmt Sfij arpontrnent of by irt bottom cf the u alfj b upposite th in d no WHEIJ in Fric die B E D F R D MI L I T I March 2 07 ICE is benty by ihr cut i of ihi Cvuny of at their General tbit fl at in the of Ihxi the Miliiu Forces rnijed and for the arc c in the cf Iteafortl c tk I yh daf of May in or ihr to cx aLLsriig ic the of the relating tc be rajing and training the tui that part of Great called from MsnJay ike Jaiti i yb da of May next nday the day of June foil j Mo N A 1 B R E D D A L L J o H N C A T E R menu THOAI A s until T i o be L E HE GREAT and SMALL TITHES or near in Buckinghamshire tngethcr with the T I T H K S of BANLEV in the parfti of in rhe particulars enquire of John Efqj or Town of The Mayor and Town Clerk of Li7oln attend it the in on Tuefday WeHin f day the nth of in to with perfjjj fhali to rent To L S O of At th 1 in KVEKAL T L inz LOT L Corner O L A Ei 1 AiES The and in an re uie Hnr tc in s LOT Putts Gnrcrs Clefs in C a siid the tennri of Thomas rogethr of the containinr t vhcb I threj 3 or A together ths Ciof Green Nearr the i hrec Bridge its Bankcy and Hiwkinss containing 141 one 22 or in the twiuve of fuhn LOT A Houic and v ith Kyfe Horfe Clou Meadow in two HorirPouls and 6 12 or there aUcuHj now in the of Omer LOT The Upper Field in two containing 51 two or now in the tenure of Vviliiam Godfrey a CottageHoufe and con taining one acre and J2 now in the tenure of John All th above eftates are tenanted at Betts of or Waiylingten of will hew the premifes and fur farther parlkuhn inquire of Knight and of Shrupiliii j or 4 t   

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