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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 18, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Price Twopence Sold by L O N D O From T H U R S D A S A T U R Charingcroft New Bondftrtet C O OP E WHERE COUNTRY APRIL April U ES D AY laft the Seffious for the North Riding of this county ended at when the Gland Jury foand bills of indictment a the rioters for eftrcj ing the wear of fmelt mill at Grand Jury atlb foimdlims of indiftment agaiuft an an agent to Lord and about other ibr riotoufly pulling up the and filling upwards ef 200 yards of the faid and building a wall acrofs the head of it on the 3d At Lancafter affixes the oiufe between John and Colonel was ended after a trial of 18 the jury gave a verdid of for the for the damages he fuflained at late elation at SHIP DiAvAprH 17Wind Came down and the Colebrooke Eaft Indiaman rur India for Jamaica Generous for Kitts Royal toTDominicj and for the from Briftol Mary from Plymouth and frotn the and India At Waterford from Pool 5 and Pruflian from At Dublin from London and from At Portfmouth from North Carolina and John from irom South Carolina from Smyrna fiom At Tingmouth rem At Vincents Vincents from London and from South At Euftatia Sf from At Nevis from Ac Barbadoes Barbadoes Padketj from I Her who for fome days been fadifpofed wiih a was yefkrday much and appeared in the drawingroom at Yefterday the Earl of Holdernefle kifled his MaWftys hand on being appointed governor to the Prince of Wales ana the Bifhop ot Ofna credibly that his Royal one where the Com miffioiien of the Navy had and re ceived Lsave from the Court of to make an erection on the Surry fide the The further hearing on this bill comes on again this day at two The bill for rendering more effeftual feveral for the and in the city of London and alfo the Bradford navigation lie ready for the Royal Yefterday fevera who had received furamcnfes attended the Committe of only two were called who were queiKoned wfere thtfy got the hand in the when rhe Lord Mayor went down to the HcHife of Commons the day preceding his com and who printed them but notbuing abkto anfwer either of the they were attended at eleven in the and were called at half after Wednefday came on in the Lower Aflembly the bill brought in by Fuller for difquali fying the members of the ChrilHan Club in the borough of when after examining feveral witneffes to prove the nature of the the counfel for the who were and opened in a very clear and diftinft Fuller then that thebill be committed for tomorrow he was feconded by who faid there had been moft vile to fell the feats ot members in Richard fpoke next with great and faidit would be a moft illegal aTl to pafs pains and penalties upon five and to Jijqua lify between feventy or eighty from ever He further that the Committee had ad drefied the King to profccute thefe but that knowing they had not acted ngainft the laws of the he was of opinion they would be ac quitted he faid that it was carrying two to feat Rumbold in the Houfe by thofe very then to fay they are and not fit to vote again at any concluded by that if his honourable Friend would but withdraw the and bring in another Jo deftroy this fociety he would himfelf lend him all the affiftance in his power j but that the of the the bill at lait was ordered to fee what amend ment fliould be made to Yefterday about one Serjeant Glynn made a motion in the court of Common for un HabeasCorpus to remove the bodies ot the Lord Alderman out of the Tower in which he was feconded by fer jeant After the affidavit and the letter of commit ment had been the Lcrd Chief Juftice and intends fpeedJIy to abfohitely and but delired Ae his intended departure tm the g mormng till TwTaieitv s r n r The Houie of yefter did not up of Privilegeet muft be put off till a further bly we are iuionued of and jndgment is put ort till Mondav ierday the City heard by at bar of the Houfe of agamft the Embankment Bill the Counfel Mr and another the o day Yeiterday was determined in the court ot Common the action upon the cafe for a libel and defamatory Onflow agiuuft as by adjournment the hft lerm The Lord Chief it is after r the whole of the a ad the ar ieainft the and in defence of the City s ffeht touhe foil orbed of the river he Adams were very I when th and exrerienced architeAs but although their he never could aHow that from thence alone arofe a right of building on that which was th that one g cafes of dafamatory words and that words fo fpoken were obnoxious to profecution and puniihment yet even this ge as fubjedt to For in lays to charge a trader a man of profefiion with or a perfon in a publick office with a breach of Thefe fpeeifick charges are certainly ac n becaute the fee how thefe Ckrk to Sir James came to the bar and from different volumes of Reper various cafes forne others and others200 years back where the City had erected on the ftairs and of Iunei769 to in ft met the rePrefentativesof the the defendant As for in ftructine one of our members to obtain we may as well the the or the air fhould he Onflow promiie his I will not believe f to by fame of thofe who are enemies to the profpe and ftability of his Majeftys as the of envy has not yet been able to fix one fingle upon bis Lordmips charac they have not been able to inti midate his Lordihip by attempts upon his per they now try to raife a jealoufy between his Royal miiterand But his Mijefty hath too much discernment not to fce through this how and roo ardent a love for hispeople to part with fo able and confidential a of their to ceive the is the which is the appointment of the Prince ot Governors and Preceptors was wkhout any communicatic n with Lord are the which a difap pointed facYmn are daily reduced to in or der to miflead the unwary an to all good which no former period of our hiftory can Lord it is enjoys a better ftate of health then he bus done for fome and hopes ihortly to return to Several perfons have lately been employed to make during the late through every part of is orderto difcjver the fentiments of the with refpert to fome recciit proceedings of a certain great A bill is actually prefentcd for the more ef preventions of counterfeiting thye copper coin of the Yeiterday the following Letter was received by the mafter of Lloyds coffeehonfe in Lom bard dated from the Mother April 1 ihall take it as a favour if you will let the merchants know who have money on board his Majeitys fhip the under my that I failed from Cadiz the ath of and arrived at Spithead yefterday and that notwithstanding I had a Pratick after performing a regular 1 am or dered to perform one As I apprehend this proceeds from fome and it being of confequence tor the merchants to tile 1 the reaftm I your very humble John The Doge of having heard lavour able accounts of the great decreafe of the has dimiiifhed the which was forty to we that in a ftiort time it will be quite taken The court of jealous of the great progrefs the Britifh trade is making towards the South of has publiflied an ex cluding all roreigners from trading with the Portuguefc fettlements iu that part of the of a Letter from South The Choftaw and Creek Indians have again commenced and feem as inve terate againft each other as There has been fundry and various reports for time pail in this Province and concerning the Cherokee and their hoible inten tions againfl his Majeitys which ap pear to have been very much The ftory of their haviug attacked and driven aivny the is not It is how ever the weftern who are areatly difgufted en account of encroach ments made on their are very aihgent in forming a confederacy to give weight to reprefcntaiions on that and by the lalt accounts from the country of the it appears they had a great number of deputies and foicuing thole Indians to join the great wefteru confederacy above However fabulous the following affair may yet it may be depended on as a fact Laft Wednefday morning a gentlemaft s fefvant iu York had occafion to go into the kitchen before the family were where he faw a cat lying upon a which he knew had kittens his curiofity led him to take her up to fee hovv manv me but to his great furpnze found fix young rats little larger than mice fucking her he took them but fee pulled them to her again with her and when he took t v K e f 1 mitted Newga for murder John In York William CratvlejV an eminent Charles Red Lion Matthew EfqAt Caty lifter of Sir John For the BENEFIT of YOUNGFR On MONDAY APRIL will je The RIVAL QU jti E N S The DEATH of the Alexander by CJytus by Y O U N G E Caf lander by Hephciticn by b Polypercknn bj Rexana by Miit Being her fecond uppearance in that character Mifs Statira by With the TRIUMPHAL ENTRY of ALEXANDER into To which be not performed this A cilVd H A R L E QJJ IN U S T U Harlequin by Infernal Spirit by The Shade of Helen by Furies by Sir Epicure Relifh by Fauftuss DANCES by Mifs V End of tte a DANCE called The W A P P I G L A ND L A D Jack in Difoefs by Orange A DOUBLE O R N P I P By Fifluf and Signora Tickets to be hai of in Little Drurylane and of at the places for the boxes may be T J BY PARTICULAR For the A call d A N E S R Raftings by Shore by B E N S L E by Glofter by Ratclifr bv Belmour by Derby by Alien by Mifs Jane Shore by Y ATE H N M N A T E E N T of the City he damages no more than that he believes not keep his word for thefe reafons I am ot the paid ahnoi 150 for on fet f j them quite from her he leaped in his face lo defirous was fhe of preferving her favourite What is more the fame cat is a very good one atdeftroymg rats or mice s her kittens and the dam of the rats dead fo it is ruppofed the old rat had killed the aod the cat badkilled the and had taken the young rats to fuck The fervant threw the rats to the other who devoured ihem I R T A AND In which Greso wiH perform a principal Tickets to be had of at her bcufe in CoventGardvin and of at the where Plates for tlie Bcxcs may be BY PARTICULAR For ikt Benefit of and DUBELLAM1V On MAY will be prefcnted LOVE in a VI LL Juftice Woodcock by Hawthorn by Young Meadows by D U B E L L A M Sir William Meadows by Euftace by Flodee by Deborah by Margery by Mifs Lucinda by Rofctta by WITH A F A R C Tickets to be had of in Great LincolnsInn Fields and of Sjrjant at the Stage where places for the boxes may be NOT ACTED THIS For the BENEFIT of I On MAY be The B U S Y Marplot firft time by Sir George Airy by Sir Francis Sir Tealoua Traffic by Whifpcr by Ifabinda by Mifs Miranda by Mifs With a P A N T O M I M Tickets and Places for the Boxes to be had of in Covent Garden J and of a the   

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