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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 11, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N t O Price Twopence From MAY to at PaternoilerRow where Advertirements and Letters of Intelligehce in and where thofe who chufe regularly ferved with this reqvoefted to Articles of and Letters from arealfo received by Meflrs RICHARDSON and opposite Dunftans Fleetflreet at of Eflexllreet in the Strand C Charingcrofs New Bondftreet in and NO to be MAY From the LONDON v April fHE fmall council of this republic has ballot ted feveral times to chufe two perfens to complete the out which the Great Council was to chufe to fill up the vacant dignity of On the i jth they ballotted twice and MarcelloDurazzo and Jean Baptifte appeared to have a leeat number of votes i on the i6th theGreat Council and made choice of Jean Baptifte who was as tne next the French and Spaniih and many of the nobility i by the Sardinian Confute of all the foreign apdthe This week a proclamation trtfs publiihed the Fbta to prepare for failing the 2th of next April Laft Sunday the different regiments whicli ofdifipofe this garrifon marched out of and vrere exercifed by his Pruflian mthe prefence of the and of his brother Prince Frederick who both great admiration at celerity and with which the troops formed their various exercifes and John ef Dealer in to appear May and June at the Jtofe in James of to appear May and June Jatn Mafter and to Way and June at the White to be from I u u j i At from J Chevalier D Eon has been adverlifed in At Cadiz Hill and from I r tne PaFrSi He has been miffing fince Tuefday and his friends much fear that he has been illegally or carried out of this kingdom by the emifTarics of Yeikrday at noon die Putfer of the Prince of from Bengal came to town with the agreeable that that Jhip was fate arrived ia the Downs the Middletex orn from left at when Coaftfailed for Thurfday laft the Printer of the London Evening Pal was ferved with the following notice Y Tfa King aainR William tuneS John of at June of at George Wilfon and William ofNewcaftle upon Merchants and at the Cuftom houfcin Tune John of Worfted at Head in William of tlic Red Lion in Cerjifcatts to be Jacob of Wcft of Stony LinenDraper awl arrived a Mail from April Among various ar ragefnenis Jtiade by the there is one from which this country will reap no inconfidcrable By a relcript illued at dftober the King complains of having had reafon to that the reverfions of places inftead of exciting diligence ami zeaH inlpire an unpardonable thefe his Majefty exprefsly That fef the when any employments become thofe who have obtained the rsylffibn of them null be fcrupuloully examined perfons ftial be declared to have for feited them who have taken care to reader themfelves capable of executing or who by their bad are unworthy of Apiil The different companies of militia of who have done duty hre time a rupture wtith are fcnt back to their refpeclive In Sungate Creek Good from At the Grenades Moor and from London and R from Virginia At Leghorn Lady from Dutlin from At Jamaica from At Georgia from At Vincents from Yefterday after breaking up of the Cumt nt Str the Lord Lord Mans and the Mailer of the had a con ference with his It that fame changes in the departments ofthe law are in The fame day divine fervice was read in the apartments of the Prince ot Wales and Bilhop for the firft by the tions of the Bifhop of Preceptor to T their Royal i The following noblemen accompanied the Earl of Sandwich on board the and cm barked on board her on Saturday the dockyards and Kings Ihips at the different ports this Lords the Earl of Shelburne fet out from in to make the tour of His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland is hourly expected here from that A letter from Rotterdam received by the laft mentions the arrival of the Earl of Bute in that on his way to England and that he propofed to come over in the next is that his Lordfhip is extremely and eats nothing but milk and Lord towards the conclufion of his fpeech on Wednesday in the Houfe of That though no man prided himfelf more on his attachment to his native the proceedings of thofe people who called thunfelves its had rendered it fo difagreeable to that was he but ten he would fpend the remainder of his days in a country meaning America which had given fuch earnelis of its independent fpiric nor fhould my advanced age continued that ipirltul nobleman even now pi event did not confiderations or the laft coniequence my bodily infirmities interfere The fame fpeaking of the Shore ham He that that IPS which had been fo long the property of Bengal and would be at laft found to belong to the county of A proteft againil the Embanking paffed for ligned by the Lords and has been einer ed into the records of the Saturday three to were offered at the that Alderman Townfendwould be chofen Lord for the year Extrafi of a letter from Ntwcaftk May As foon as news came here af the Lord Mayor and Alderman Olivers the bells were fet a all the hips in the river hoifted their and Sir Delaval gave a grand fupper to the corporation of New an elegant ball was Let the his Clerk in attend me on Satur day next at tight oclock in the at my chambers 11 the Inner to ihew caule why a nolipnfequi be entered upon in the indiftment againft the defendant in this Dated this ninth of f They write from that a fnow laden with and other contraband has been latejy there by the Tnton Richard who was executed on Wed nefday in enumerating his ex that within about the laft fix he had himfelf fharcd as his portion of the numerous contributions that gang had levied on the We are told that both the hackney coachman and the lately would have received a but that a Great Per fonage having experienced fo much tmeafiaefs extending his mercy tofome late that determined to let the verdkft of an EngliXh Juryget the better of his humane Terterday morning the body of a poor woman was found murdered in the road leading to fiagniggeWells fhe had u large wound in her and a violent contufion on her She was taken up and carried to the Blue the Upper d of in order to A few days Robert of to be Judge of the Admiralty of the faid of Rich to of James of to Mift of few days to Mils Sir TnVin of Daughter ofSir John of A few days at Robert Wadcock Anne Joieph of April Tlic day before yefterday t into our port a French which the RuflWs had taken under the pretext that Ihe was carrying to Conllantinple the merchandizes wTthwnich ilie was laden and in a few days her cargo will be S P N W MAYJOi N Canie down and the fw Boftpn Miller AYntaT for Briftolj and JWil Arrived the from Norden Good fromEmuden Oftend and the town was finely and the popu lace made a large bonfire on the Key There were drawn up in a cart the effigies of two per fons of to be Several calks of ale were given to the It is that on his Majeftys birthday the title of Gentlemen Penfioners will be changed and that for the will be called the or Drawingroom as it feems abfurd that any perfon mould be ftiled a who gives eleven hundred pounds for his though at thefirft inftitution it was thofe places being then given A letter from Copenhagen Our King gains upon the hearts of the peopte approaching to His wholeftudy feems bent to wards making them a great and happy He feems to bid fair to realize the idea of a Patriot As Princes are but a fort of Trwftees for the are pofleifed of the means to make them it is matter of jvender that fo few fliould hape the iacli v Maynard aod from Captain who goto CommedoPe to Falkland hattaken out fente experienced Minors frofti Cornwall te examine the ftate of fhe andexperils from the coatiguity of famous for thtirgold stod fiUer to find fomething of ttat kiaS highly advan tageous to this fci H R A C E i dy of June PURSE of ONE HUNDRED ii 7 To enter at the Creat White Horfe in Ipfwich the day be fore betw the hours of eleven and before by his Majeftys Mairerof the Horfc WEDNESDAY the izthof Tone will by fiveyearolds 8 9 and aged 9 the beft of three four mile To run according 10 Royal and to pay one guinea anJ halfagttinea to the cleric of the if a fubfcriber if a nonlubfcriber two guineas and one guinea to the of the No perfon to be deemed 4 fubfcriber that decs not before the firit day of On THURSDAY the I3th of June will be run for on the fame A CUP of SE V E N T Y value free for any the belt of twomile and quarter heats i fouryearolds to carry 7 fiveyearolds 8 I fixycarolds 8 and aged 9 Mares allowed 3 Winners of a plate or match to carry and of a Royal flate The owner of every to pay two guineas and half a guinea to the derk of the If one the tup or the the owner of fnch hoife llall reeeive 25 and hive his entrance money The forthe two laft prizes to be fliewn and entered with proper certificates at the Great White Horfft between the heurt of and the day before CHARLES A tf D PHILIP Efq No dogs will be fuffered on the Public Breakfaftingt and Affemblles as at TUTING and BRIDGNORTH N WEDNESDAY the iQth day of June BECCLES ON WEDNESDAY the 19111 of June will be Run The Gentlemans Purfe of FIFTY by anyfour years old horfe or car rying or fillies carrying the beft of three round the courfe to a heat Subfcribirs to pay one guinea Nonrfubfcribera or double at the appointed run acccerding to Royal ar ticles if only one be to be allowed twenty and the entrance money And on THURSDAY the 2Oth of June will be Run The Town Purfe of F I F T Y free for four to carry five years fix years and Horfes that never won in Plate or to be al Iswed To run the beft of three three time round the courfe to a Every which en ters for this plate is to pay three and to the clerk No lefs than three reputed running to ftart for this unleftotherwife agreed at the Gentlemens If only one to be allowed twepty guineas j if ten guineas and the money to be To enter at the Whte Lyon at on Saturday the jcth of before the or whom they fliall ap point before eight oclock in the or to pay double entrance at ajiy other time before the day of At the fame time a certificate of the qualifications ot each and of their rsfpeftive ihall be produced under the hands of the owners or Each that Starts forcither purfe maft plated by out that to the town and muft ftand at the ftable of a fubfcriber All difputes to be determined by the or whom they flntll No Publican will be permitted to btfiU a booth of fcaf th or liqnor without paying tiljf a euiqea towards the town The pMte at Ipfwich this year to carry three f Ne yerfoh to it will be Xo ftart a WILLUM No dogs jrfflhe fuftersd on the public Breakfafts and durinj at the Long ftrd ISftWCOKER OJ will be run on the Common of near in the county of A PURSE of given by the Sir Khieht of the 1 wun aouveTiniic Tame ath bv any onetime matcKss and fweepftakes excepted fouryearolds to carry five yearolds fix yearolds and aged horfes 9 2 but each mare is to be allowed 3 Icls weight than any horfe or gelding bridle arcd faddlc included the beft of three fourmile And on THURSDAY the aoth day of June will be run for on the fafne P U R S E of FIFTY given by the Right Lord by any Give and Take 5 fourteen hinds to carry 9 bridle and faddle higher or lower weight in pro allowing for every year under feven but each fnare is to be allowed 3 lefs weight than any horfe or gelding the beft of three fourmile All have fmce the of March to carry 3 extra Every that runs for the above plates muft be fhewn and entered at Clerk of the the Fox in the Low for firft plate OB Wednefday the and for the fecond on Thurfday the 1 3th day of between the hours of two and four in the each paying two or double at the which will be given to ths fecond beft Cer tificates of the ages of to be produced at the time of under the hands of the owners and the to be kept frem the time of entrance in at the houfe of a perfon who gives annually half a guihea at leaft towards keeping the faid courfe in No lefs than three repated running to run for either of the and if but one to be allowed ten guineas if but five guineas their Half a guinea to be paid to the Clerk of the Courfe by the rider each for fcaies and weights 5 and the winning horfe ftuill allow half a guinea for tbc No crofling or All difputes to be determinri by the Article for running to be produced the time of There will be a Dinner for the ladies ad gentlemen iri the Townhall each and Balls a night and a Public Breakiaft on ibe Bowlinggreen the fecond race NOEL Efq AND JOHN Efq TUTING STZ M A L VE R N May THE GREAT HOUSE hear the WELLS is now open for the Reception of Gentlemen or Lidies who are difpofed to fpend any part of tha fummer ftafofl in this delightful either for the benefit of or for may depend meeting with proper and every cjvilify in my power to make their refidence there agree able and RiCHARD A good WAITZR for the ftafoa is wanted im ALL uho have any Demands on aad Err ECTS of JOHN in thf pariA of in the count are oTefired to fend t1 Accounts to of in faid county of Bedford or to John of Bro in the faid parifh of his to rec fatisfaction for the all perfons indebted to are requefted to pay the fame to the faid Woodhamj or to John his
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