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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 27, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence1 regularly fervedjyvich this Articles of apd Letters from 1 T A it t l TTT W Xettsjip are taken in and where are requeued to received KVc SARD SON and A f JUCI 3 j MURRAY oppofite Dunftahs of Efleiftreetim the Srrahd Channgcrofs New Bondftreet and vNj WHERE Roy of at Exchange APRIL From the LONDON April E have every week favourable accounts of the diminution of the The neigh bouring how have not as yet quarantine ed on the James of to appear May and June at Samuel to appear May and June at Townfend and James of George the Clothiers and to appear May and June at John of Andrew Hard wareman and to appear and June at Robert of Martin in the to appear May nr and June at Guild Richard of to appear May andjime at to be May Jate of Little Wai th at the in June William of Andrew at June of Dealer in at Certificates to be May Thomas of Silk Daniel of Judah of Dahiel of Thomas of Since our lafl arrived a Mail from March We are informed that the town of in the province of Cognenbo in iatety been enttrciy fWaHowrd up by the March The Pope hath juft made a purchafe of the only ftatue of Auguftus which had been preferved and placed it in the new Clementine April Some of the after the example of the of the have protefted againft every thing which done at the late Bed of S H I P N E W Wind Arrived and failed for the ths from the Streights and from Came down and remain with the Godfrey Eaft the for Quebec and for Arjtil Paft Blanch and from Guernsey j from Serile j Three from Zaioden j and Brotherly from Rotter At Hamburgh and Van from London and Arnold At Bristol from Sooth Carolina late from Africa and Dominiqua and At Rotterdam from At from As Dominique Loyely ftom London and At Jamaica Henry from At South Carolina Indian from the At Maryland from Croix from ArJDonainique from Briftol and Indian from At Dover IriSj from Scvile and from AtRotterdam King Gregory Thomfon and from At Amfterdam from The members of the Upper Aflbmbly are fumpiooed for it is a motion will be made by the Duke of Richmond to refcind a come to by that Houfeon a very late lifting the laft and which was the caufe of a long From the gtncrrd courfe of proceedings in the cafe of the imprifonmcnt of the txight tU4 Lord Mavor and Alderman it is evkient that the defign pf the foes to liberty is to confine thefe patriotic gentlenien till the Parliament Uft the following gentlemen kiljed hands on occafiott of the new eftablifh which has taken place in hi Maieftys marine Hairy Chci flop her and Alexander be Lieutenant Edward and John Majors and Duncan Captain On Saturday fome of the Common men and principal inhabitants of Bridge Warjd went to the Tower in eventeea and preftnted an addrefs to the Lord Mayor and Laft Friday was determined in the Court of William IfiTtSiteyj contefled wherein a Sadler in and a Coachr jpafief in Alderfgateftreet were and a CuftomhOTife officer of Poplar in a plea of for feizing and carrying away a quantity of goods of the alledging they were and a coach and horfes of the latter when a verdirSr was given in favour of the plaintiffs with A letter from Bergen in April A fire out here the ad which laid the moft opulent and extenfive quarter of the city in The damage is computed from to fUrling the number houfes bcfides is reckoned The following may be depended on as an authentic lift of the fhips ordered to be paid off Namur Bellona Cornwall Dorfetihire Antonio AugTifta Edgar Royal William Arrogant Ajax Elizabeth Cambridge Temeraire Defence Prince of Wales Hero j Conqueftador Glafgow Seaford Vulture Sloop On Wednefday laft the following letter was received by the by David of BethnalGreefl Roal Wilmot April the 21 1771 The letter you reed from me was a friendly warning to you to defiit from any farther con cern in profecuting fome unhappy perfons who had taken that juli revenge which the law would not admit If you pretend that the cruelty of the acl urged you to fuch a meafure what mnll you now think of yourfelf who are endeavour ing to take the lives of feveral perfons who never did you any but received in their deareft were likely to receive in ownperfons the moff fatal conferences from a ralh flep long fincecommitted and of they By that late ebjeft of their revenge who was tKirfting after thsir blood not thro any motive of juftice btri mearly for This you know to be a true ftateof and yet you under the cloak oif are purfuing with tbe greateft barhai rity without having received the leart prejudice ihofc perfons whom you cannot but allow had fome efiential reafons for their proceedings But know this Bufy Villain that tis not the greateit reward in the Kings that either be the means of detecting or deterring the writer of thefe letters and his affociates in this from purfuing with infatiable heart felt their defigns againft yoir mould any one perfon fuffer from your bufy know farther that having fuch connections at all your and free accefs at moft time to your tis not the whole third regiment of giftrds that can protect you from the well con certed plan for your Therefore be wife if you value your own prefervation and ufc your utmoft endeavours to put an end to rather than promote this as we are now having put an end to the exiftence of that montferin human the fear of whom familius in a llarving condition keeping trom them their principal fnpport the apprehenfion of being informed Em if you dtfpife this advice and will perfift in your crael defign of farther depriving many poor families of their immediate fupport whbfeonly crime was fclfprefervation the firft law of nature Hear this t That in the of the Almighty in the moft folemn manner we do now vow and that your blood ftall pay for this favage temerity was the in the at fe which oc the is fat from beijjg from oar truily Sc riikr of ten thoufand P you may now apply to the King for a larger reward and try to purpofe it will His promifes his pardon and 100 to any accomplice for the difcovery of the Nieft of the peribns concerned in writing the above Promote The of fcnip eia by the Duke of Bettetford ia WarfE a Lady of at in at his houfe in the Old To be SOLD by A U C T I O By BARTHOLOMEW On Monday the Sixth of May and the following and to cpntinue tillall is THE ENTIRE STOCK of LEVY at KEMPS in ymhin Two Miles of confining of and Sheep a and all other Implements Tie Whole HOUSHOLD cojififtingof Four Poft and other Bedflcads Goofe and Feather Beds Mahogany and Walnuttrcs and a great Variety of Kitchen Furniturt Two exceeding good and all Sorts of Brewing Utenfjlsj together with the Cheefcprefs aad Dairy U The SaJe to begin at Ten oClock each and the to be viewed on Saturday the 4th of Next Month will be In Three price bound THE EXPEDITION of HUMPHREY Quorfum hzc tam putida tandtnt Furcifer ad By the Author of RODER 1C Printed ini On WluhiefJay be ij of Maywill le to be continued gien of an Apron an4 Handkerchief in the firft iurnber of this and which completes a Alfo Four Pitterns for Sprigs and a beautiful Leigth of a with the emblem of in the dreis of April finely coloured and a Song fet to th mufic by Hudfun NUMBER for APRIL Of THE LADYs MAGAZINE 0 R Entertaining Companion for the Fair Appropriated folcly to their Ufe and This Magazine contains of the Sentimental and the conclufion of the Pyrenean by the author of the former parts bcfides a great variety of and entertaining Prieted for Robinfon and Piternbflcr ke had the eight full and where lettei to authors are TbatthePhWie may nof be impofed upon by federal figned in which he pretends to complain or the great Injuftice he has received from the prefcnt PubiiTicrs of the Ladys we beg leave to refer the Public to the Affidavits of the original Proprietor anj the difterent News by which they will be enabled to form a proper Judgment of the Ho and fingular of the faid John in pretending to the Property of a Work for which we have given a valuable ROBINSON and Pleafe to obfcrve that the whole length COLOURED Print of a Lady is in the GENUINE Ladys JOHN of maketh that this was employed by John Coote to print the LAD YS MAC AZIN E and that he printed for the faid John Coote the numbers 3 4 5 7 that he always his infrruftions from the faid John and Lnferted nothing in the faid Magazine without or order 5 lhat the faid Jtohn furniflied this deponent with paper for the faid wotk and that no other perfon ever pretended to him to have any in And this nent fo far fronn being feducedto alter the name upon the covers of the faid it by the of the faid Johp whom he alwayi underwood to be the folc proprietor of the having received payment from and locking upon and him only to be accountable to this deponent for printing the Ami though John WtiebJe that the corrcfpondeHce was all addreflfd yet it appeari very evident to this that he was only the isthat correfpondence was rectived by this deponent the faid John Coote z circvfrnftance whvch farther convinces this deponent that the faid John always tranfmittedfuch Icftcrs to the and they were cither inlerfta or rejecled his And this depontat that he hath rtceived for ntSrater whih hers printing for and Roberta a cantinuation of the Sentimental and the of the Pyrcoean part which was infertad in the hft written by fume wrutc JheSentirnentaJ aridother articles in eachof rftcprjccding 1 JOHN Sworn It Firft of May ill be By the Original Publifter JOHN WHEBLFi a cjpital finely by reprinting the Drawing Room at with the magpificent Appearance of the NcMliry add Gentry Court and the Ceremony of a Lady being introduced to their Majefties alfo a rich and elegant Pattern for a Ladys ftiitable to that of the aprpn and handkerchief given in the firfV TbU drawing alone is worth trehje the price the magazine to will ncverthelefs be added a I to eich and ccntinued throughout the ytari likswjfe a new written on purpofe for this work and fet to mufic by Hook NUMBER Of LADYs MAGAZINE O E NT E R T A T N 1 N Q COM P A N I ON fur the F A I H S E folely to their Ufe and This Number to which are added eight pages extra ordinary of letterprefs beiVdts a great variety of other pleafing and inftruftive of both in prote and A Continuation of the Senti mental Journey by a The Conclufion of the Pyrenean by the The Ladys or Houfe fpecifying the moft ceconomical of turnifhing an elegant tablt at difterent feafons of the with receipts formating the feveral difheJ and the manner of fervirtg them Thtj Ladys or Memoirs of the moft celebrattd and illuilrious Ladies Ancient and Daphne by the Right Lady Printed for at Patern9fterrowj and fold by all the iri TbvVn and The Original Publiiher of Tie Labs To the P U B WHEREAS John has agairi been kduced to ailift in tbe of the pretended prietors of the Ladys unjuiUy to depirve me of that I mull humbly beg leave to under pretence of controverting my aflertions he has only confirmed the truth So he from being feduced to alter the name on the covers of the laft he did it by the directions of A fair confeflion Does the impeaching his fcHucer difprove the feduftion can it be called by any other after the clandefline manner in which it is Again he that tho I afiert all the correspondence was addreffed to it appears to him I was only tha Moft moil excellent cafujft the COEK was ail ouuiciitu 10 uuu mciicc uetame iij if any bodys becaufe I only was the It ftrangely appears to the coirviftion of John the feleclion of the muft have by becaufe Cocte delivered them to But will he take upon him to that thofe letters were net opened and read by me before they were delivered to or that I delivered to him any that I judged for publication But it was not this circumftance thaf worked this pretended conviction on the mind of John Johnfon be was by no means convinced of ths reftitudc of the in which he had been while he thought the fpurious Magazine was to be given to another printer j but whenfor the fake of his equivocal it was judged expedient to employ him a little the thing appeared in a new What a convincing argument is felf intercft But the moft curious fpecimen oi his equivoca is the laft paragraph in which hu teems to in that all the articles in the Ladys Magazine vvere written by one The contrary is That the part of the Pyrenean inferted in the laft at he writtenby author of ihs Sentimental and fomc other I do not I have declared the laft though its pub lication was ftolenfrom to be genuine But what is that to thepurpofe Will John Johrifon that tha continuation and ccnclullcn of the which he fays he is printing for the fpurious number for Robinfoa and are the real continuation and conclusion of thofs ss will appear in the genuine Ladys primed forthe John Wheblc cannot do Let then thcfe groundhfs pretenders to property jn that ceafe to impofe any longer their futile and equivocating pretenfions under thi form of folernn afleverations on the JOHN WHEEL E The Cafs of the Ladys Magazine It publifted this and given GRATIS by John at Paternofterrow j and by all other BookfellerS in town ind Tiit Day was price RE M A R K S on the ENGLISH In the nature of Vaugelass Reflections on the Being a detection of many improper expreffions ufad in an3 of many others to be found in au To which is a Difcourfe to His Majefty with Hints for a more fpeedy and more effectual method teaching jfor poHihing the Englilh and for ae improvement of the Koyal Academy of The Preface contains ftrtctures on the performances of fame of our moft admired together with the thors opinions of tie works of abaut twenty of our beflf Bjr B A K E Printed for John near Eveter at Yofk Of wipm may be had The much eftewued lately HHtorvof Sir revifca a fig correfted by author of SJ Charles in price Tbe Old by of 3 price ftiwed S
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