General Evening Post, May 7, 1771

General Evening Post

May 07, 1771

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Issue date: Tuesday, May 7, 1771

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 7, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N D Price Twopence From MAY to T H V R S D A MAY Sold by at in PaternofterRow where Advertisements satMetters ofThtelligenceare takenin and where thoie who ehufe to regularly ferved with are requefted to apply i Charingcrofs MAY from the L O N D O N April HE 8th inflant the French Amballador here made his public He went from his own houfe to attended by the mailer of the and was introduced to his Sardinian Majelry and the royal family on his conduced to a houfe pro vided for him by his Sardinian where was entertained for three at the expence or the courts and had a table at dinner and fupper of forty fix covers On Wednefday the his Excellencymade a demand in form of the Princefs in marriage with the Comte de Pro in the name of the King his On Monday the ijth the contract of marriage was OnSunday the marriage ceremony was the Prince of Piedmont being proxy for the Gomte de There were feveral grand fuppers and given every day on the with fuperb illuminations On Monday morning the Princefs departed from this place for Yerfailles lie went in a coach with the King Sardinia and the Duke andDachefs of and was followed by the Prince of the Duke of Chablais in attended by 435 perfons in coaches and and by a troop of At Rivoli the King of the Duke of and the Prince of took their leave of tbe and returned to Their parting was very and moved ail the April Wednefday laft died at Ms houfe a few leagues from this the Grand Marihal Count George of Mary to and Tune at the Kings on the Key in Trfpk Loveli and George of Wine Merchants to appear Miv 7j and June at Dividends to ie Tune Jofeph ef Allhallows the Miy of at the Golden Punch in May Jeremiah at the in Msy iSThomas of at Certificates to be Mav John of New Watch John of in the ranih of V ork of Elizabeth BarOett and Rebecca BivlU Smnftcrs and Thomas Sutton the of Shop and ay arrived tfje Mailsfrem and April Fortythree towns have already nominated their Deputies for the ap ptoachiug The greatetf part of thole elected are of the patriotic the a name given to diliinguiih them from the court which are called the The latter flatter themfelves with a majority ot voices of the ten Deputies which the burghers of this city chofe this there are only three the reft are all SHIP MAY his Majestys ii MA v Pair the Batcman NichcUs and Bugs i and from At Leghorn Radis from At Ann from the Windward At At Kitti from from Liveifool Beloved fnm At Virpinia fYorn At Miltord Lancaihire from Antigua and from uth At Marvland from At Oporto Kirby George and fiVm At Glafeovv from at thce the Twlci bciti aiicmbled in the Vyctr Amenably for the purpofe of giving their opinions in Lord Chathams Lord Chief Baron and Lord Chier JufUce in the name of the reft why were unanimous gave ih their which they fupported by a number of had the worJs heirs male of the body of Leonora Ann Pynfent been ufed in the it was a collective name that defcribedall the and would be in favour of the Refpon deut but as no fuch contingency they were unanimous in concurring that the with the remainder over to the Re was not good in Upon the Lord Chancellor put the fol lowing queltion s it your Lordfhips opinion that the decree of the Matter of the in favour of the be cuniirmed cr not to which heir Lordihips wero unuiimous inthe Lord Chatham firft gained his appeal in law before the Mailer of the againlt the heirs of Sir William fome and afterwards in an appeal in which Henry Daw one of the hsirs at and who was in this one of the was then caft his Lordfhip before the Lords Commiilioners of the Seals in the Court of Chancery in but his Lordfnip now has gained the decree before given by the Mailer of ihe fo that the affair remains finally decided in favour of Lord A council is fummoned to meet this evening at the Monday was at Merchant Taylors the annual grand feall of the ancient and honour able Society of free and accepted when his Grace the Duke of Beaufort was continued Grand M dler for the enfuing Several ot the m blliiy and other perfona of diftinclionat tended on the foreigner told King Charles That if a King or England had the affections ot people he wasthe greeted Prince in Europe but very The truth of this remark we have experienced both ways fince that Lord Halifax was able to take an airing on lait in IkifhyPark but his phyficians have the ufe or the Bath waters to his and he purpofes fettingout for that citv inmedatclvafter the riling of the Common Council and inhabi tants of Col manftrett preceded by their on the Lord Mayor and Oliver with the laft was not fellow citizens in die ardour ot their of gratitude and artection to the Summcnies were getting ivaiy at ttie Maiiiion houfe tobe delivered to Common to meet at ceed from thence to the to attend the Lord Mayor to the At the the fubfcribers to Mr oction on Monday at in the and attended and produced their The Home neither nor fent any A I who has been very converfant in bufinefs for feveral years and ho his a very catenfive acquaintance in this would gladly be employed a to a or any other to take Charrc of a or a Set of Warchoufes 5 being well with Shipping could be very ferviccable on the Security fidelity will be adequate to any trull that may be repofed in A Lincdirefted for at Goodwins Coffeehoufr near Clernents in the fliall bedul trended LAMBOURN tVron Lumbojrn This ward behind the for the 26h emoft of their SerjeaJit ilvnns el the Kins Head i he that he inight be buried iw Charles the Xllths which was accordingly done for juft as he had climbed to the top of the End was ready to enter the he received a cnup de fab re on the ran ft have proved did not flop till he received a mufket fhot in the and another the inlbntly difpatched I could give you a detail of many horrid events that have happened laft particularly of Turks who all chofe to drown themftlves in a rather than to furrender themfllvcs of pity for the calamities are The 0 mouth yf herImperial Majefty and all ranks ot j oi ttle Rigut Lord hnrfpq Extract of a letter from The Prince of and the 74gun failed for Plymouth to be paid Ihe Pallas and the Minerva are failed tor tne The following are to he guardfhips the Royal Shukkn Arbuthnot Bentick Hughes Roddam King Schomberg Jekyl The following tp be at the Cranilon Barrington Martin Waliis and late fire at Portfmouth dockyard the marine duty has been totally annihilated watchmen being employed in the roora of the Yeiterday morning the body of a man was found naked in a ditch nearthe Nine Lambeth he had three large wounds upon his and was very much bruited inieveral parts of his Two illlooking fellows were feen lurking about the preceding are be the perpetrators of this horrid Diligent iearch is making after the offenders to bring them to Duncan Efq to be Gorn milTary of the and Deputy Judge Ad vocate in Gibraltar Hugh Dalrymple to the Command of his Majcitys hip at in the room of Efq of in to Mils of Bur in at his houre near Johns William Ffq at Efq Mr in in Henry Erq yiungeft brother to tie Cotton of S airbrdlh and late a in Earl Mi Fmneis Hfq poiibhed of able eftatcs in iidor jna fi inn roiJs and except ihulo i hat may uve won a King plate ot theabuxe if to cairy 1c run ihe btft of inre to eueh On the l6th FIFTY POUNDS will be for ly that never wonaplate of match of that currying filiies to Jft tliofe hue plate of that value to if i and it a filly to carry of Hates to Liiry To run the of three miScf to cjih On IPAV the FIFTY Give and agjj tj carry higher or weight in prc allowing ioran inch sgcdf to give to fix yearolds to give to anu to five to the birt of three mile All hcrfes to enter for the abjve plates on Monday the i 3thof at the Rnl Lien between the Hours of four and sight in the at Any horfe which enters for the Jjys to only half a Guinea o the Ciurk ot the and all hirfc for the two other plates to py tiirec and kalf a to the Clerk 01 tiic or five gui nea at the with hair u if but one horfj en ters for the two lalt t have and his fubfcnption money returned snd if but two to have fifteen asd the fublVription money Each hrfc of the two Lift pktci to fubfcribe two t nvarils the next to be ran for in No lefs tuan three reputed r horfes to ftart for any of the above rlates mi hcilcs hired to be though in ether refpccls piper certificates to be produced the time of ot age and by the hand or the hrrcder or All entering for the two laft to n fubfcribers of one gui in the town of to thetime of and at Afhdown Park and to be by a fublcribing there will be an ordinary the firft and laft days at the Red arid a great The Right LORD AND I STEW AR COLONEL J TUTING and To be L ET for a Term of Seven And entered upon AL L that Capital MANSION HOUSE called GREAT with the and elegant FURNITURE now Thj tains a i Urge nd laid with Four very good a Stewards Butlers Servants hrje and on Ground Floer with Besr ud Vvine a Wiih Room cxceeJinjly a a Library with a orjm in and Eirht tentcil from the day of entrance other excepting h on the Firit or Principal Flju the Attic Story Two a Poultry ExtraS of a Litter from an Engiijh Gentleman at to bis friend in April 1 am pleafcd that Britain not huve oc cafion H fword of 1 have lately heard fo much of the miferivs attending a molt fucctfsi ul that it makes one fliudder to think how lightly thefe matters are into in the refult of which occalions perhaps the lots of a million of and double the number left In a fingle feafon in many provinces have been depo Intiioie places which have been the theatre of the Ruffian and Turkifh including the unhappy a friend of mine writes me from Naples the loft very in the campaign amounted to fouls and that a con tagious dittrnper and famine deiiroyed almoft 8000 prifoners who had been turned out ot The carnage at the taking the town hfted above twelve hours with the uimolt and it was full two days before ic altogether fnb General u brave and uleiul and greatly in order to fave a valuable about to be threw himfelf upon the body but the Ruliian foldied itabbed him taking care however not to hurt his General a moil humane as well as one of the molt determined in both capacities during this obiiinate He was very unwilling to allow the Commandant Baron Stein the poit of honour in ite efpecialy to a manof his fuperiorcouragej was certain death but he would not be and only The DOC T R LITERARY h meetin J h meeting J n onu day his little lacquey whom he a fo t of parental his learned if he intended to brinjj him pp a fcholar replied his ufual 1 Lholar enough to wiite uirn intend to make hijn a Jane in a This Day were Elegantly printed on a Royal Price P O E M By the C AWT Msfter of PriiiCJ by in nnj fold by in Fjli Rivinpton in Iauis j Coliinn and in atTunbricge and Wjrdj Tho author of thef Poems aJmired is a of genius when by many of the rcfpetlable characleic in the kingdom the old Duki of Dorfet was particularly fond of Thefe who knew him need not be this pofthumcu a vvivty of the poems ire and expreifive the comic and lighter and cnrertaininj thife unacquainted with wiio v fucoefs to that favourite of the the Tv will find fufficient encourafcnient to perufe thi by Icoking into the Kivicw foi Subicribcis niuy bvok price of clivity fro in ti ShruLibery alfo a an Apiary the wuh any of Ara and Two hole in A very Piece of carp ami lies in an rh clsihtv head of deer or Pigeons anil be Pjilurc Thi huulc thinas nine nieuMirfJ rruleF t in a healthy and a lulf from ih to be with r without the for u urni of fcvcn or fourteen yea The FARM ad obtaining upwards or in excellent order and with a and Our hcufcs and the tenunt may have the ftock of ihcep now on the Application may be made to Peter Efq in Park London or to Jarnuel Attorney at in Day Price bound four The SEVENTH and EIGHTH a CONTINUATION of CAYS EDITION of TiiE S TAT U T S at In the Year cf II to the loth Year of his present both With n copious I N D E price bound The TENTH V O L U M E of the STATUTES nt In U A R T Fram the fth to the loth year of his prefent both By OWEN R U F F H E A Efq PnnteJ by the Starure and Printers to the mofttxceilent Worrail and in Cellyard at thef Templegate in Of Avhom may be former Nine price bouno eight V N This sditjon will hsnccforth be annuallyi ;

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