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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 25, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence L O N DO Frbm T H U R S D APRIL to S A T U R D A APRIL Sold by at in where and Letter of Indigence are taken in and thofe who chufe to be rT regularly ferved with this are requeued to of Inters from are alfo RICHARDSON and at the Royal Exchange J Dunftans Church Fleetftreet the Corner New C O O P E in Dnirylanef and NO WHERE ELSE corner ot Craig F R I DA APRIL Yefterday arrived KIW March H E King has published an by which he forbids the obliging merchants to in payment againft their will any of the of the trading com April A few days ago Made raoifdle de daughter of de formerly mmffter of the war depart was siwried to the Duke of Luxem Yefrerday morning the King held a Bed of to which all the Connfeflors of State and Matters of Requeib the new tribunal were After the btjfinefs was gone the concluded with the following words u You came to learn my intentions 4 I will have them complied I order you to commence your functions on Chancellor will inftall you I forbid all Deliberations againft my and likewiie all representation in favourvof my old Parlia nienti for 1 hall never alter my AH the Princes of the Blood except the Count de la Marche wHfo yefterday wrote to the that as they could not give their fuffrage toivhat was expected to be done in the Bed of they thought proper not to affift at received this morning a letter from his ferbiddiijg them to appear in hw or to fte any of the Royal or even to refide At any place where the Court Jhall be S H IP N E W Wind Came down and semain the hips as the fcr Mihone for Smyrna for Newfbundland Planters Buchannon 4nd for Maryland for Cadiz j furExeter and for ApriJ sPaft the from Oporto j from Virginia i and Charming fron At Dover from South Carolina from Lifbon Elizabeth and from Gibraltar from Barcelona and from fromSouth At Briftol Ketne and from Malaga from North Caroling j from At Jamaica Stupert Lady j Brett and from London and William and from London and Cork At Hope Margaret ind Lander j and from London j Bofton and from New At Moatferratt from the further confidcration on the Durhamyard Embankment came on in the Houfe of when coiinfel for the made his and Mans field alfo replied for the Dean and Chapter of Weftpiitifter after which a long and inte eft ing debate Lord Pauletc moved have the bill committed his Lordfhip wasfupportcd jn favour of the by Lord Le Lord the Lord and Lord Mansfield on the other very and very long fpctclns were agrinil committing the bill by Lord Lord and the Duke of BkhioontL At 3 Barter paftciyh thequeftion was moved whcri the Houfe divided the numbers were twentynine for committing the and four againft The Committee on and and the being the moft material part of the is clofed for this and nothing more oil chat can be done till the that a petition from lather of the young man that was murdered in Georges u as ycfterday delivered to a Great praying an inquiry concerning Ibe inhuman murder of and juftice againft the it is now that Lord Towjifhend will re in Ireland for another Yeiterdiay his Grace the Duke of Richmond paid his compliments to the Right the Lord as did Edmund Eiq Sir Thomas feveral other gentlemen io ihe Yeiterday and of the Ward of in general order has been lent to that tribunal to Hop all goods of French which are either cpmpofed of or have any jjiix tureof that material in them even their drag gets ape You may eagly conceive what an uproar this jrnongft Uie French merchants they tmfeai borne theh to his court for fo we fliall foon fee whether this is a compliment to Great or whecher this court has embraced the from prefent confufion fortheir own advan a which however considerable and hWsvev barefacedly carried has always abfolutety The Porlugueft miniftry in heir to memorials of the EngKfli denied in the moft pqlitivc that any fuch trade and founded their affertion a pre tended fcrlitiay made hi their authority and yet the other they in earneft to sfcertain the and examined the officers of that tribunal upon whether the bales in question before them were Dutch or they without the fmallclt that they were They write from that fone extra ordinary encampments have made by the Moors in the neighbourhood of on Barbary Yeflerday arrived in the Charming from Antigua fhe is the firft fhip arrived this feaibn with new and brings an account that though they have had very dry yet the crop will not be fo fhort as was We that on Wednefday fur prifing large ox was killed in Newport the property of Benjamin Butcher in that market the fat of the inffde weighed upwards of and the whole beaft upwards of 200 This monftrous ox was grazed by Wednefday about twelve a Cuftomhouie officer flopped a porter on Filh ftreet Hill with a targe hamper on his and in fitted upon examining the contents upon which the porter threw the hamper upon the and made his On opening the hamper he difcovered the body of a woman wrapped up in a blanket it is fuppoftdIhe was intended for the ufe of the It is now thought that the under fentence of death for the murder youUg woman near whole execution refphed for a will not as feveral affidavits were nude Monday greatly in his Charles Efq to be private Sferelary to the Earl ot la ceffion of twentyfeven waited on the Lord and preferred his Lordlhip with kn exprefling their approbation of his Soon after the Inqucft and Inhabitants of the Ward of in a like in a attended the Lord Mayor with their on the 1 he Lord Mayor and Alderman Oliver cannot be brought up to the Court of Exchequer this as rro motion has been yet made for a Habeas for that Wednefday the Lord Mayor and Alder man Oliver lent a letter to Crabb Boufton and John Members of Parliament for to be by them tranfmitted to the Mayor and Corporation of that in anfuer to their late The moft lenfible part of the Society of the Bill of we are are againft Wilkes fhnding for Sheriff but that two or three of molt patriotic are determined to fnpport him at all Yefterday the Governors of the Magdalen Hofpital held their anniversary meeting at Dra pers at which were prefent the Earl of Lord Sir George and many other perfons of The colleftion at the Church and Hall amounted to upwards of 1000 The Venus within a Jew days arrived at is from where he had lain feveral jnys without palling the interior fo that fhe did not properly nor had fhe any known commu nication uich the Hererrand thither myfterions to every body but probably it will foon be Extrafl of a Letter from j March A very extraordinary event has happened lately here in regard to Some days ago French cloths were refufed difpatch in the Cuftomhoufe and ftopt and thena Efqj of in T Reclor of near at Leonard the fame the of the Scotch Church at London Nathaniel Efq BY PARTICULAR For the Reneft of and DUBELLAMYi WEDNSDAY MAY will be preferred LOVE a Juftice Woodcock 1y Hawthorn by Young Meadmvs by D U B E L L A M Y Sir Williiiai Meadows by 1IBSOX Euftace by Hodgeby Dsborah by Margery by Mils Lucinda by B A 2 Rofetta by End of Aft A Favourite CONCERTO on the by To vvhich will be A COMEDY of Three pertOKined called The The O U I C Mili Tickets to Le had of in Fields at the nd of Swjant at the Stage where places 1or the boxesraay be SOMERSETSHIRE NO T I C E herely Somerfetjhirf Regiment of Militia is fo aforflble atthe Tovjn of tbe Fifteenth of May then to far Twentyeight to le trained exercifed aslbe Order of Three Deputy in the nlfence of ike Clerk Every MiRli apian not appearing and at tie of Juffer Jix months on nonpayment R 1 V E R OTICE is hereby that a Meeting of the frufteet for the River Lee will le by on Monday the twenty ninth Day of at Ten o Clock in the at the Antwerp Tavern near the Royal BENJAMIN Clerk to the T C H A M B P G 5 T FC E ishereby THAT all willing to undertake to build a NEW BRIDGE acrois tht at near ind complete the fame within a limited for a ium to be paid by are dlired to fend in thiir trcafurcr for the county cf at his houic in or before Wed ncidjy ths sgih day of at ten in the moniinfj ov elf to thi adjourned the faircfr mult give to ptrfyrni his on which Tne1ntcnded briJte is to be T 1 1 winch the profrbTer is to fign credible periin On aiutmtiit and one the ftid the centre for t5 JiJi arch is now rixing there isftone readj worked he bankfc nearly furfieicnt toturnthe lu that the proceed immsdiately on the Copies cf paper may haA aKo at the fiid jn London at ihe Puttoffices in srJ 4MPTHILL andlUTQN STAGE C1 E TS the Swan with Two Necks inn in London every Friday and and returns from the BellInn at Bed for J every Saturday Six oclock in the and Ampthill at fcvcn oclock Perforinea at above Bujl Sun THOMAS at Bedford and Stage Coach lets out from the above inn ia London as Thuridiysj Sifjraayi and relwrus and To be L E in GLOBE together with or wirhoiri a Hotife and Suilcloth Faftory and federal houfes in and adjoining to the which laid yard aul premilcs may hafe the ufe of Kinfions the eniranec Likewife to be let in fcveral ar the fiid yard Enquire of Lee on ihe near To be L E T for a Term of Seven And entered upon AL L that Capital MANSION H O U S K called GREAT with with the modern Th a large and with tains a r j i VY1HI Four very good a Stev s Butlers Breuhoafe Ground Floor servants 5rgc and Dairy en ilic Deer and Wine a drawmg Room eioeeUmgly a Library ttith a in and Eighi Bedchamber on the Firft or Principal Floor joed Garrets in the Attic Story 5 Two with a Poultry Yard aji a und Two MabJcs ths whole in complete rcpjiiv A verv exteniive Piece or weli iiocked with larp and tsnci lid in an eaiy declivity from with a Plantation a4 Shrubbery on the There ia alfj a with abojt eighty head of deer i an Apiary tiir Royalty of Six Msnori Pisernsand Game in great plenty and the LjiTce muy be arcornmodatcd with any Quantity of yr Pafture The hotile ftauds nine meafarsd miles Weft of tn a healthy and one mile a from ihe great Weftern with or without fhe for a of kven or fourteen The FARM ij containing upwards of 700 in excelknt order and with a good Farmhnufe and Out and tjie tenant have the ftock of fteep and on the Application may be reade to Peter Zfq irt London or to Samuel at in SOLD in their THK Large and Valuable of and of the late HENRY of nejr wifi be in bloom atout the teginning of the Tulips about the end of the fame Catalogues may be had of at On the at ia neu On Monday the April a4 FouroCk ire the THE LE A SE of a Capital Manlrbn BRICK three ftories e of which 93 years Ladyday laft of four lofty large Rooms un a and good dry Cellars in one wing a lofty in the other wing a and Brswhoufe with a large Garden and a Gotirtyard in front j and is well fupplicd with good is on an eminence near th in a gravelly and com mands a delightful profpect of he great Northwelt Londorij the river and and has nn unlimited Right cf Commonir3 for Cattle on Enfleld It may be viewed at any time by applying fo William to the Mitre in where particulars and conditions of may Sjge pals through HadLy to and from London everv To be SOLD by By THOMAS On Thurfday the Second of on the at Eleven oclock in the by Order cf ihe Executors of Edward THE Valuable and niuchirnjiroved LEASE of the WHITE HORSE Fetterlane near IKHV infull and well for licingYrcfjuenteij by the moit There are beds made upj nnd with and every other a in the front of Fetterhnc The prcmifcs are in very good and 14 years sij a aoartcr of the leaft were unexpired LadyDay lait j fuhjefttp of about per The fame may be on the three days preceeding the when printed particulars may he had on the and of The ptrchafer rray have pniieffion in T4 by ta4ting the at a fair To be S O L Dby A By BARTHOLOiVlEW Or Monday the Sixth of May and the following an4 f continue till all is THE ENTIRE of LEVY at in within TwoMiles of confining and Sheep a andLil other Implements of confuting of Four Poft and otiief j Gkiofe other Beds j and Walnuttree T a great Variety of Kitchen Fbrni Two exceeding good and all Sorts of Br Utenfils togsiher witl the Cheefe and all The Sale to Ugin at Ten oClocfe each goods to be on Saturday tbc 4th
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