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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 4, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence From APJRIL to S A T U R D A APRIL Sold by at in PaternofterRow where Advertifements and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who chufe to be regularly ferved with this to Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by RICHARDSON and at the Roynl Exchange j oppofite Dunflans Fleetftreet attheCoraer of Elfcxiftyeetin the Strand the Corner of Charingcrois i New Bondftreet 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 jo long and are refolded to render it in all Rejpefts worthy of They know they have no Right to expecl Encouragement but in Proportion to their and they are aflured that the equitable Public will not only reward Excellencey but evety Degree of Improve good a good the utmoft Care in collecting the mojl im portant and interejling Intelligence if a methodical and perfpicuous Arrange ment if the greatejl pofible Variety of proper and a determined Refo lution to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality if a peculiar Attention to the confpicuous DiJplay of and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in which our Manufactures and Commerce may be interred if the ftricleft and mojl vigorous Attention to improve this Paper in all thefe Particu lars foould appear from this in its the Proprietors doubt not but they frail have the Pleafure of ing the Public in the in creafing Demand for their C APRIL E W O U N T R Y N April N Thurfday laft ended the affixes at on the Crown when the following pcrions received fen tence of Henry other wife and John otherwife for breaking the Gaol of and being feen at large in this before the expiration of the feveral terms for which they had been ordered to be and Henry for a burglary in the houfe of Jamos March Yefterday died fudden as he was reading a John an Alderman of this It is that the laft article he read aloud was the commitment of Alderman Oliver to the vhen he was taken and ex pired SHIP APBIL Wind Came dowu and the for Jamaica for Maryland Lovely for Ubas for for Dublin j and for the Merlin and Dutch Arpil Part the Carolina from South Carolina and Young from At Portfmouth Norwich from Rutterdara Dublin and from Cape SHIPS entered April King Nicholfon Hunter Mocklin and Brons i Jofeph and Pitcher and from and fram from Jonge from from from John and irom Twee from Royal from Charming from Profperaus Warnes and from SHIPS cleared April Mary and for for for John Bet for New who came from Richmond that morn and returned thither after the of the The report of his Polifh Majeftys abdicating the Throne of and retaining only the like the late King of daily gains The Polifh Count who refides was on Wednesday waited upon by Count de the French and many other of tic foreign were inquifi tive to know the truth of the report concerning his mailer then prevalent but de Barzyniki did not think proper to be waiting hourly for an which did not arrive till towards the when he immediately faw company Extrafl of a Letter from the March Ever fince the acceiiion of the late Prince of father of the to the Stadt holderlhip of the Unittd the cuilom of hanging dcferters has been laid and they have been condemned to work at the for It is to be that within the fpace of thirteen the numberof thefe unhappy people muft have become very confi The Prince Stadtholder being moved u ith compaffion for their took occa fion on the birth of the Princefs his to order all of them to be fet at on condition that they fhould return to the regi ments from whence they Extra8 of a Letter frvn dated As to my returning a you may guefs the profpect of when I tell you that with the general ftagnation of principally owing to that infamous and fome unfortunate J on doling my accounts this I hall be at lead worfe than A comfoi table after fix years fie 1 dont Among ft other public we have for thefe laft three a dreadful famine among the The Europeans have in a great meafure efcaped there being plenty of butchers and not the fcarcity of wheat there has been of though iome of them have died of As to the it is computed 6oofooo at lead have A correspondent up the country writes me that the courfe of a large river was flopped by the number of car calies thrown into Though we have proper people conftantly patrolling the flreets to re move the carcaffes yet I have feen twenty or thirty when I have gone out a little way in the The miferable objects you fee juft with others of whom there is not the leaft probability of their furnving many renders the paffing the ftreets about bufi neis extremely diiagreeable your ears and eyes being tortured with fighs and groans of horror beyond As we have begun to cut the new crop of it everyday grows fo that we have nothing warfe than has to unlefs the rains break up foon this by which a plague may be occafioned by the number of putrifying all over the I had like to have forgot to inform you that we are learning the trade of war all the Europeans being embodied in a military Wednefday the Committee of the Common Council unanimoufly That Solicitor do immediately apply to Serjeant and or fuch of them as are in and under their for habeas for the Right the Lord Mayor and Alderman as this Committee UNLAWFULLY detained in the Tower of Yeftcrday feveral members of the Minority vifited the Lord Mayor in the Wednefday the Committee for conducting the caufe of the Lord and Alderman vifited his Lordfhip in the and wcic elegantly entertained at At a Court of Common Council held day it was unanimonfly refolved that a Table mould be provided at the Citys expence for the Right the Lord Mayor during his confinement in the Tower the following is the Lord Mayors Anfwer to the Committee who waited upon him with the faid refolution granted onr not mor the honour and prosperity of this The Committee of Enquiry into the late riot8 and have fat every day this Yefterday Lori Greville and his new married lady were introduced to their Maefties at Give me to intreat you to make my warmeft acknowledgments to the Common for their refpectful the expence of this my confine ment in the Tower of I am deeply fenfible of this mark of their and I as the polite and obliging manner in which the Committee defire to carry fo handiome an offer of the City into I entertain the thought of any additional expence being incurred on this personally on myaccount I that I may be allowed to decline a favour which I hall never if it were poffible that I could have been one moment deterred from a faithful difcliarge of my or from defending the liberties of my and the rights of the the repeated proofs of efteem and which I would recal my and determine me but I have long fince dedicated myfelf to their as of and as I will perievere in the de fence of excellent co and the more for proipcrity of this than for the emolument of the whole Animated with theie I need not affure that 1 am indifferent to the confluences that may attend an hone ft for the laws of my which fluli ever remain my governing 1 With much rcfpect and Your faithful and Devoted humble BRASS From the April The Lord we are is determined to do buiinefs as far as his lituation will admit as he thinks he fhould not acl up to the flandard of which has hitherto didin guifhed if he ways acceffiiry to the diilreffes of his felbvv too through the influence cf wicked Yeiterday at one oclock the Foreman and Gentlemen of the Inqueft of the Ward of in their preceded by their Beadle with his waited upon the Right the Lord Mayor at his apartments in the and prefented an Address to his Lord exprefling the warmeft fentiments of gratitudefor the and conftiuvtional exertion of his in fripporl tire liberty of the the rights of a free and the franchifes of this great which his Lordfhip returned a very obliging They likewife prefented an coached in nearly the fame to Alderman who returned them a very polite and fpirited It is that a truce is concluded between the Ruffians and A very odd affair lately happened at Paris by two harpers counterfeiting a lettre de by which means they entered the houfe of an old on pretence of finding feme treafon able inflead of they rifled all and got off witha confiderable fura of Wednefday of the Godfrey of the London and of the took leave of the Court of in order to proceed on their The Mary Brig is arrived at Teignmouth from a large quantity of the product of that which was fold for fourpence halfpenny per At the ailizes it Maidilone laft the feven following prifoners received fentence of John William Ifaac William Thomas Edward and William The Judge ordered Swan and Mer rifield for and reprieved the Weduefday Richard Hewett was committed to Newgate by Saunders being charged on lufpicion of having fclo nioufly affaultedSarah otherwife at and giving her one mortal and divers of which fhe inflantly Monday at in Rldgeway Owen nephew of the late Earl of to Mifs of at in March to Mite both of that Thomas Le of Canham in to Mifs daughter of of Great Yeflerday morning at his houfe in the Timothy Firil his at Walter wife of Lillie at formerly a Druggilt in in To thofe who have the CARE of to her Msjefty and the Printed hegs leave to thu he has from long am repeated that one principal caufe of the lofs of TEETH early in is a negled of them when in the ftate of childhood proceeding from an pinion that they are too tender to bear cleaning and being fenfible that his ESSENCE of 1EARL will not do the leaft injury to the teeth even in their tendered ftute on the is fo very that it will keep thu gums of children from being affected with the preferve the firft teeth from premature and thofe fweiled faces and fevere pains in the teeth to which they are fomuch fubjeft about the time of fhedding them j that it will certainly render the fccond and more coniequently contribute very greatly to the beauty and prefervntion of them throughout their whole lives he therefore thinks hirnfelf thoroughly warranted in taking the liberty to recommend the ufe of his according to the directions given with as foon us the firft fet of teeth is which is generally about the age of twe The ElTence is fold by Per in the bottom of the Hay mjrkct and by oppoljte the India in Lcadenhjllitrcct an j no where elfs in the To the Curious in P R 1 N T I N TH E Richt Ornamcntnl P R I X T 1 K G P R L S E wiih fuperior to any for exftdition have been fcld at home and wirh grcatert thefe three veas ro ba i of Hoy Printer and at hi n Crown near and no whore elfe b drly u rous offer of a table to be provided for at I at feat near K Itcp i Cri as it is worked in a public ilop about h juri in a in which time is earned after the iste cf per of there is Sufficient The prcfs if and may be worked by a At the larne place rruy be had Printing Typs of all Typs Compofjng Balls and Ink to complete the purclufer have printed which imrre diately open general if makes compofing A number of country lcok felerj and other in fmall market towns in as well as have found great by Great allowance to merchants who fend them The eftabliihed Liqud fnr of made and fold as above the Fngine for Duiching of To be SOLD by By WILLIAM At Mn the Sun in on Monday the Sth of Arril to be put up precifely nt one by order of the in Three THE remaining Part of the FREEHOLD ESTATE of the late CAR SWELL fnuate in the parifn of and county of three miles from and three from LOT Confirming of a good wholcftream together with a Dwellinghome and and Ozirejrrounds thereunto let to Thomas a fubftantial at the yearly rent of LOT Sixteen Acres of Aaable Commonfield lying near let tha prefent tenant at an being pole of which he is willing to take a LOT A beautiful rich known by the name of Kimbers with fome Elm 1imber growing containing 12 acres now let to Thomas a good nt the yearly rent of though greatly For particulars enquire of at or of John at None of the aforeuid premifes are let on To be On Wednefday the of Apr At the Falcon in in the county of SEVERAL FREEHOLD ESTATES at in the county of the follow ing upon conditions to be produced at the time of LOT The Greengate Clofe and and tha Corner in two containing 101 34 or thereabouts now in the tenure of the LOT Putts Glovers Clofe in two Hay Clofe and with a Houfe znd late iu the tenure of Thomas together with Wood and Bankey Clofe now in the tenure of the containing in the whole 71 three 35 or LOT A goodaccuftomed together with the Church Clofe Green Wood nock Nearer the Three Bridgctts Bankey and Hawkinss containing 141 one 21 or now in the tenure of John LOT A Houfe an3 with the Horfe Horfe Clofe Meadow in two and HonePools Clofe and containing or there now in the tenure of Omer LOT The Upper Field in two containing 5 two or now in the tenure William Godfrey and a CottageHoufe and con taining one acre and il now in the tenure ol John All the above eftatcs are tenanted at John Betts of or Wa4dington of will ihew the and for further particulars inquiry of Knight and of Shropshire of at L
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