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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 16, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence General Evenm L O N DO From APRIL to APRII Sold by at in PaternofterRow where Letters of Intelligence are taken inand where thofe who rhnTTT v A r T regularly fetved with are requeued to dlUfc t0 Articles of and Letters from are alforeceived RICHARDSON and ittfo Vn i r oppofne Durbans Fleetftreet at the Corner of Effcxftreet in the Strand r 7r Charingcrofs New Bondftreet in and NO Ot APRIL From the L O N f O N spr HE Kinr has been to appoint Earl of Hoi to be Gover nor Lord Biihop of Preceptor Leotinrd SubGo vernor and Sub Praceptor to their Royal HighnefTes George Auguiius Prince of and to Prince of April By the lateft accounts from Poland the grand Ruffian and Turkilh armies ftill remained quiet in their refpeclive winter the feverity of the and ex treme backwardnefs of not yet per mitting them to take the field and fuch is iaid to be the fcarcity of forage and provifions throughout that whole especially in thofe parts which were the theatre of the war during the laft thai it is believed they wjll not be able to move or commence any military operations till towards the middle of fiext Tofeph of Linen to appear April May and at Williim of Paper to appear April 23 May and at John Clarke the of Biihop Bethnall to appear April May and at Heineman of and Benjamin of Merchants and to appear April May and at of to appear April May and at Moles of to appear April and May at Henry Dealer in to appear April and May at Samuel of Coal to appear April May and at Dividends to be Thomas and Walter of Wharfingers and at May 9 Francis and Francis of and at May John Thomas Robert and Alexander of Dealers and Part at May John of Certificate to ie May John of Wine Yejlerday arrived a Mail from P March Admiral who is to have the general direclion of our ma arrived here the of this We a that truring the refidence of Prince Henry of Pruffia at the Court of great advances made in the plan for the pacification of the troubles of this Bulling April Tuefday Captain of the Revenge Revemle having received in formation that John othcrwiie Jack the lay with his fmtiggiing ye Tel off failed early the ntxt morning in him but as foon as the fmnggter ried the fhe made all the fail fhe could Captain continued the thace untill rivo when the finugglcr Ending fhe could not elcape ran on fhore near and Connor with eighteen of his taking to their got feized the and has iince brought her up between the walls fhe mounts four carriage and twelve fwivel had on board twelve barrels of and Haifa ton of with a great of fmall There were no goods CEO board April came on in the Crown before JuiViee 3 mod extraordinary which lafted ten hours it was of one James for the tnutclefof Anne his by chock ing and flrangling her with a alter they had gone to bed together had borne him jsiine and was in the lult week of her Pregnancy at the time of her The peo ple of the irom their abhor of fo wicked an had dag up fome days after it was and had two able furgeons to view it and upon the opinion of one of the that the marks indicated a violent at their own employed counfel to profecute the The jury after half an hours confutation returned with their guilty and in a few days he is to be executed at the place of committing the COUNTRY Ipfwicb dprll On Humphry of this was fworh into the office of Recorder of in the room of the Rjgttt George de dpril Laft Jofeph Bar ber was executed on the for affaulting Smith of and robbing him of thefiunof near SHIP NEWS APRIL Wind by All the Outward bound are Came down and remain with the Merlin his Majeftys hips and April Paft the from AtDoTer from Briftol and from Liverpool At Liverpool from New York 3 froin the Grenades j and from At Whitehaven from AtWhitby Prince frotn At Dunkirk Duri from Port au At Lucar from At from At Newry Jenny and from Maryland James and from Rotterdam and from At Barbsdoes from i At from At Aberdeen from At Smyrna from At Cadiz from Virginia j True Chcefman and Prince from Pool 5 Lurgin and from Waterford j and from Yefterday Lords North and Gower had a long conference with his Majefty at The bill to regulate hackney coachmen and chairmen has the Upper and now lies ready for the royal Yefterday the further confideration of the BaftIndia recruiting Bill came on according to order before the Lower It is now agreed that 1600 men hall be 1000 in England and 600 in It is that will be granted for the EaiVIndia Companys expences at in i Yefterday was brought to town the addrefs of thanks voted by the free Burgeiies of Newcaftle ttpon Tyne to the Lord Mayor of and the Aldermen Wilkes and ad we is to be prelented to the faid gentlemen by Sir Francis Blake On Saturday laft the Lord Mayor returned an anfwer to a letter fent to him in the Tower by Richard Mayor of with a copy of his prefentation to the freedom of the town of In his lordfhips anfwer he his grateful fenfe of the honour con ferred on him by the gentlemen of that corpora It is that the fum of is already depcfitcd for the ufe of in cafe he fliould be chofen which is more than fufficient to anfwer the the fame bciug eftimated at no more than A humourous writer that whatever may be faid about the elegance of the buildings at it is evident from their fitua and execution of the with fhe bankment that the fame have the greateft appearance of military AU the vaults under the terras are bomb proof they are capable of receiving 400 horfes at 200 twentyfour pounder 20 from eight to thirteen inches dia nooo and 2000 barrels of gun powder the upper apartments are abundantly fufficient for the reception of 7000 with all thierofficers and arms there is a large forge now in the under The embankment within the convex circular Jkvefp will ferve for a and the buildings at the weftend there be fufficient for corps des and other mili tary all covered under the maflc of civil and cbulcl were they now have pitched upon a more commanding fitua for a citadel over Weihwn4eri and the Surry fhore the Tower rs a bauble to this as an improvement Upon power and whec tie and neither nor are to govern the By a gentleman that came from Margate we that the fnow in thofe parts is at this time upwards of four feet By letters received from many parts of York and we there is not theleaft appearance of fpring but on the the country looks as barren us in the depth of Numbers of fheep die and fuch is the miferable fituation of the poor necdlaries of life being fo dear that cannot purchafc that if a charge of weather does not foon take melancholy coflfequences muft Letters from many refpeclable be longing to the Britifh factory in are fujJ in relating of the extraordinary Heps ftill and carrying into execution by the whofe in favour of the French Dutch trade is every day more Tired with re peated it is imagined a great many merchants will foon take a final leave of rhat 1 hree fhips of the line and four are firing out from Portsmouth and Plymouth that are ordered to relieve Commodore Gam bier at This force is intended to guard the coalt from Nova Scotia to the Citpe Henry in from the fatal effects of prohibited which is now carried on in defiance of the act of and the manifelt injury of the mother country in Laft night at twelve an order was fent from the Secretary of State to the Keeper of far efpiting the execution of Hewett 1or fourteen Yefterday a ieward belonging to a nobleman near Ke fhot himftff through the body with a piitol and died Monday was taken out of the Thames the body of wife of Butler to the Earl of She had been miffing fmce the of The Jury brought in their verdict accidental Thomas who was concerned in robbing the houfe of in South Audley ftreet with and who were capitally convicted thereof laft feifions was yeftcrday committed to Newgate by Sir John Matthew Efq to be Captain of a Company in the i8th regiment of Francis Efq to be Captain Lieute nant of the faid regiment in the room of The John of Dray Eiq The following h a LIST of the Afferent FAIRS ivbicb are to I held in the of the ttt Concluded from our Tburfday April for cattle and for for and for for horfes and horned Great for for for Kings for all lorts of for for for cattle and fmall for cattle and and fh for cattle of all a Maiden for pigs and for cattle and for fheep and Yorkfhirej for and leathern for cattle and leather a Borough and fituate on a bay of the Englifli 12 miles Wiof and 76 miles from Londpn fends two Members to Parliament and gives title of Duke to the family of alfo Duke of Stoke Gomerj for bullocis and for for fhoesj a few linen and woilen for homed horfes and Northumberlahj for fat and Yorkfhirej Ten fof horned horfes and 2Ji for a Borough and fends uv0 Members to Ceriggy for for horned ftecji and for horfes and to every Monday morning 1000 and fcmetimes 2000 firkins of butter arc and fent up the river Oufe to from thence conveyed to where it ges the name of Cambridge though little of it is the prodssce of that Hols for for hemp and JACOB HE DENTIST to MAJESTY and the Princefs AMSL I begs ejve to cooimcnd to the public his ESSENCE of PEARL zni PEARL which has found greatly not only in but ajfo in to any thing hitherto ttfe of for cor plainrsof the TEFTH and GUMS will prekrve the teeth in a perfect found even to old age j they render them white and without in the Iftaft impairing the enamel fallen fuch as are keep fuch as are already decayed from becoming prevent the pcrfeftly cure the Scvxvv in the acd make them grow firm and clofc to the teeth they likewife render the breath delicately and remedy almoft all thofe diforderj that are the confequence of fcorbutic Sold of Hemet and retail by in near the bottom of the fold alfo retail by oppofitc the in LeadenhalUftreet no where elfe in Price BY PARTICULAR For the BENETIT of On April will be A calld JANE S H O R Haftings by Short by Catefoy by Glofter by Ratelift by Mr Belmour by Derby by Alicia by Mils Jane Shcic by E N T E R T A I N M N T A F A C IB Green will perform a principal Ch Tickets to be had of at her haufi ia CoventGarJenj and of at the where 1btes for the Buxes may be CITY of AT a general and numerous of the ofthcCiryof at Berlofisf this 5th day of n con fsqucnce uf a public invitation from John Q confider cf a now depsnJing in reiiUu to the Markets of this JOHN in the ciizir It wss That the printed bill be rear which was The nature of the bill was then snd its ous tendency enforced by fcveral gentlemen It was then That the clandeftine manner in which the faid bill was and carried into the Houfe of is ijju rious to the inhabitants of the and contrary to the fpirit of the conltitution of this That although theoftenlible objefts of the bill be the erecting a new and commodious market and other good yet the real tendency of it is to increafe the power and influence of Chamber in a degree that is and ought therefore to be vjgoroully repelled by every friend of limited That a petition therefore be drawn and praying the Honourable Houfe of Commons toput a Hop to dj pfogrefs of this injurious bill and that Sir George Yo John William and John Dunnin be defifed to prefent and fupport the That the thanks of this affembly be given to John for the timely notice which he gave th citizens of their and for the zeal which he hath this day for their That copies of the above refolutions be fairly tranfcriijajt1 and that John be defired to convey John Walter and John the Reprcfen of this to acquaint tham with the fenfe of tlus Meeting aad that the Chairman be to fijajtT faid i That the above refolutions be printedj V 5 1771
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