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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 20, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence L ON D O From 2j ro Articles of and Letters from are alfo recived Yirir r Channgcrois New Bondftreet in and NO WHERE at fhe the Corner Royal Exchange of APRIL From the LONDON O IVI E of the principal merchants here obtained leave to erecl warehonfes for the de pofiting of all mer chandize and goods brought Slither for re exportation thofe im ported jn foreign paving one per thofe in Daniih mips one and one half per are to be free of all otrur R U P BANK T Jrthn of to ap pear May and June at the in Robert of InnholJer and to appear May and June at the in William of to appear May and Juno at John of to appear Ayril May and Jcne at John of to ap pear April May and June at John or Paper to Appear April a6 May and June at GuildhalL Jonn and lohfl of Mary Merchants and to appear April Miy and Jufie at Dividends to be Tune Ephralm of Long Fire Engine at May Thomis Barber the of New at Jane Francis of Red Lion at May Henry of Mid at May II of May Thomas of at 15Jofeph of the ai May 13 Tames Due of Uaeu at May 14Chriftophsr of Swithen at 1 Richard of at the in Nottingham Certificates le May fccniamin of and ot Wlutc Merchants and of Wurrefierflme of Hordon on the Snop COUNTRY N W Aptil Yeiterday arrived at Spitrfead the following men of the and Panther allo tbe Colebrooke for the Eaft charter it is That no river for the future fliall be embanked but what was tin banked in the time of Henry Friday came on before the Committee of the Lower Montague in the the bill for diqnaifing the of Shorchain fevenil amendments were made in and one was propofed that Freeholders of forty millings benddjj to the Shorehain to make up the number intended to be taken Sir Lihoi uaifor having the Borough disfranchif Ongley objected to that jr thcy plucked out one hair of the horfes they would then pluck out and ib reduce the Houfe to a very few Thsy afterwards went through the which was ordered to reported this The Houfe of Commons on Friday niaht came to the fallowing be granted for ro the province of Hampshire tin ir proviiions tore the raifed by for his in The Earl of to ihe mcnt of all his is fo well ironi hislaitfevere fit of the is on Friibv lafttobe able to attend the Leveo av and is expccled to be this day at the Houfe of A treaty of marriage is on and uiU fliortly be between Archibald of and Lady Lucy only daughter of the Duke of Mon The abovementioned gentleman has purr chafed the houfe of the late Earl of Egmont in for his town at the price of Saturday the Prtiffian lud a long conference with the Earls of Rochford and Secretaries of on the fubjeit of fome important difpatchts received from hii The Spaniards hare now begun to tranfport all the flower of their troops from the feaports in Old Spainto their American There are now at Spithsad 35 including The intended eftablimmcnt of marine nrfenals and a royal dock yard at in is laid afide for this YeAeidviy being the rirlt Sunday in the Judges were not at Pauls as ouing to theLord Mayors confinement in the Oa Fridav hit an aodrefs from the City of Worceiier prefented to the Right the Lord Mayor Alderman Oliver as were abb from the inhabitants of the following and On Saturday Kicard Efq Mem flpnes and brickbats at him till they beat out his It having been rcprefcntcd to the King that a threatening letter was received on Friday by the by one his Majeitys Jurlicesof the Peace for the County of MiddJefex of which tire following is a Wilmot You Scoundrel the fellow we killed on Tuefday fwore the life of my deareft fiiend and if he had hid a thoufand lives I would with pleafure have taken UKHI and if you attempt to take his pare as you feem ty do byyciir advcrtifemem you mav depend upont that you family flsai not exfil one month longer houfe be free from are and de folaticn 1 mall not fwear about as is the ufual I iliie thefe letters but if you can believe any Thing thats truetake mv word for this Ort of fen Thoiifand To in Fethnal Green Road Thjfc 1iii pirdon and ar iiromifcd to on the dikoverv ol of lelt he n a cor and Covcnt left her returned the offenders ccncerikd in cither e the of rejt ihe On Thursday John of in jvas thrown fVom his hore into a and f riday the Coroners inuc of an infant a deal Mother 5 to be an arc that Irom on a lighting at garden itchhi UJl broom at his friends a for and donbk when be arted the two twt alike in lady walking on her with a very pair of at alarmed the beat ted and even nyccd ihe old Dons They were in leir IciT This odd bid is CLJ fcenc tvifl Mils f n tvjytuwy though fome fny tothe contrary Lady Lord as a green prattled with more init than Poll Such a bird would he f r did be if leis D aa wiih a though without take to be manv Vwftai inqucii on ihe was found in itjdf hi flirted a mans thought by mil 1 here wrs cx Polly e cf gKater rank i proprictv id hc cuitc ber for pretented above Magiilrates from the BurgeOes of independent Eurgh and an adiiiefs to the Count v Town cf Arrived and April The fubjecl of the prizes givenannually by Richard and the Keprelcntativcs in Parliament for this for the Senior Bachelors Utnim qnl Litres in Dialogo an qui continyo SertiMit fapere melnts doctant For the Middle Bachelors Lalor efl Sapiente djtnust Rfi SHIP AJRIL Wind the from VR IL m Came dewn and the tor No ftips in the Part the Urrv from AmftcrJjm i and Old from At DurOdrk from At In MaiKatt Road AtBrcmeu Lady from At Gibraltar t from At MobiU Mobile At Portfinouth from At Figura Huughcon from South In the Elbe from At PtnCaccb Britifh At Cork frum South Ycfterdiv there wa a grand Court and Drawingroom at at which his Majefty was bur her being was alfo all the great Officers of foreign after it was bb Mnjeity had a long with rfee The enemies to the Durhamyard embapk have the authority of MagnaCharta for their oppofitlcai foe in the joth article Of ihnt en fuore n the liic of fup pofedtohive been left there by the The Jury brought in verdict inurder by fome perfon or perfons The childs head was into its and its knees doubled up to the at Georges Thomns tiq of the firit coufin to the Duke of to iMifs only daughter of the late Charles eldejl ion of the late Loid Efq of to Mifs of North At the South Theophilui Kiq v Thomas iu Tti Deputy Table Decker to the Kings Chaplains at Mr of the the as to tlie The WHS old wonan who the much to that noc ibis t0 he carried out thc Thus ceded the mirth and uinc to the Love before to ihe where he remains much aj in the character of Lady could not when her dreds and i ils Corncs g v cnt the iupper nd in the chractrrs t tLlr wih There were maiques ft ill wilh nine in the ft ill till From April to ApU By the Standard WJncheihr of Eight i i It is reported that the Lord Mayor was very and otherwife much the whole courfe of the time he was attend the and the very dny fcr his commitment to the Tower io re covered as to ha ble to walk with A remark upon the That it is an ominou and a very fudden change in the body or the air within the confines of the Towvr foinething like the waters of in diateiy rcitoring an aiilided perfon to a Hate ol Alderman has refueJ to ferve the ofiice of Sheriff with Wilkes and Bull hns declared that it he is chofcn Sheriff with he will certainly pay his It is thought it will bo difficult for Wilkes to find a tolerable candidate to join with Laft Saturday came on to be he heard beiore at Doctors the pe tition of Lord the fubftaflce ot which MASQUERADE The Mafqued Ball on at the in regard vo fplen and beggars all deferption 1 The toitp fail in going in at the great ean be compared only to the ro uXiDtc idea of a fairy It was even beyond imagination and will the taite of the manngers to future the Fiench in num ber thunderAruck uitli admira tion i and a profulion of ii to be fecn in the capital of TV1 ere infinite wit and in arol iinguiar at but in jrofufion fcarce to be collected in md of charac uas alfo very often to be which has S tin bui j 5 4 C O U K T I H 5 9 3 10 i 1 5 5 5 6 6 6 k 6 6 11 4 4 3 2 L A I J 3 3 3 3 9 3 IT 4 c i J 2 2 f 3 o 2 7 its eftert in point of and adds to the mirth of the Mother on was a capital niafque ihe had labels of advice talked on her drefs for the and replete with wit one label attached to parti immediately above the of her That this was the caufe of the increafe of the difteinper amongft the famed can Lady Lady 1 c UuK C 1 5 9 5 9 6 c o u 5 3 k S 5 5 2 i 3 3 3 5 3 l 3 I 4 5 3 r io 3 5 i 8 i the C O A S T that his Lordfhips Proclor had prayed pubI dill be thought bad not miftab licatioh five months whether he could be and want of lent Uis Lordfhip at liberty to the Countefs of as a witnefs on his Lcrdfnips bdiaff m my learned arguments by the counfel on both the judge granted his It having been reprefented to thitt a of lawiefs at jrcieut un on Tucfttay the idth in the met Daniel Clark in the and ftript tied his hands behind himj took tb a threw him and then threw brickbats him for fome time then took him tied a cord round his and threw him in the popd and then threw and Lady were in different fancy though in one reipeft refembling avgeh more Lord the monkey that had feen the world an excellent ma taken for Lord ijlaken to fee the world zfecona Two one lively and not to but to or the a Ughldtefs run about the roam aW the as if fhe lolt A wag her i if he hunted lier is the to find believe or thee mafqties as French Grenadiers fine ahd with the aid of ihefrigle would make o S i n T s 3 5 9 8 5 J 4 c 4 3 JI 4 Devon North South 9 I0 5 5 S 5 5 J 4 jo 5 3 7 A 5 W from the BUI cf pa ftr 5 5 5 46 o E 7 3 1 10 JC 3 5 2 6 3 7 3 2 3 7 3 3 3 5 3 2 i J 3 ro 4 3 3 5 i 3 9 3 a 2 3 7 9 3 3 3 3 3 43 v 4 3 I 3 4U a I f 34 o 126 8 17 4 zS Part of X 4 8 I S S Oats Big 3 io a 3 of Ptrliamenti
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