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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 23, 1771, London, Middlesex The General Price Twnppnre L ON DO N From T H U R S D A S A T U n in and where thofe who chufeto be by at in PaternofterRow and Lettersof regularly fervedwith this oppofite Dunflans Fleetftreet the Charingcrofs New Bondftrget in nce MAf May icK HE bill for allowing Roman Catholicks to lend moaey on mort in is thrown out by the Houie of The Privilege BUI is thrown out by feme Mb has been dangeroufly ill with a moft malignant is now perfectly S H I P N E W M AY Wind Arrived and failed for the kr Earl of from Jamaica from Came down and failed with the fhips as per the for Briftolj Urmlon and for Put back and his Majeftys ihip t MAY Paft the Taylor and from Jamaica j Two From Groningen and Prince of from i Johnfon and from f South At Portfmouth from At Dover New from Jamaica and from Barbadoes Elizabeth late Morrifon from Gambia and William and from At Kitts Maria Wilfon and from At Gambia from lAt Georgia Prince from It is that Lord Halifaxs health IS fo upon the that the South of is prefcribed by his phyficians for his iumrrrer We Conway is talked of to fucceed the Earl of na xpefted his Lordfbip will refign on account of his dan gerous ftate of Lord it was faid on Wednefday night is to be appointed Lord Lieutenant of in theroom of Lord Town Yefterday her Royal Highnefs the Princefs let out from to a fewdays with the Earl and Countefs Temple at J Yefterday the Lord Mayor came trj the and tranfaQcd buiihefs for feveral hours j foon after the Com m it tee appointed to conduct the to the late proceedings againft his Alderman came there we that they are to deliver in the report of what they have done at the nextcourt of Com moa Council and receivefurther in how they are toaft io After the bufinefs was the Lord Mayor enter tained and feveral other and then returned to Tuefday next there is to be a grand Grefham Committee held at by order of the Lord on the city fide when decla ration will bemade of vacancy of the Pro feiTorfhip of ancy the death of and a time appointed for the election of one in his It is that a certain remark able for his has that if the plan for employing the militia during the peace is once he will be one of the firil to countenance and promote their by find at leaft three thouiand Sittings appointed in London and Middlefex before Lord Lord Chief in and Trinity Thurfday June Thurfday Tiuefday After Friday June 13 18 21 Wednefday 12 17 After Thurfday June 20 as a bgy about feven years of playing in the road by Mileend he fell under a of which going over his head killed the The Chevalier Paul Renier is gone as Era tjaflador from the Republic ofVenice to Cpn He was iq by an armed to protect him from the Rui iians and Pirates that infeft It is there fuun Be a change of tifh Confuls at many of ports in the Levant and The camp that was to have been formed this in to take placef and the orders that were given for feveral regi ments to be in readinefs to for that pur Yeiterday morning a great houfe thecity flopped payment for confiderable Jbeing fettling day for EaftIndia Stock one terns duek waddled out of the Alley his differences amount to near thirteen thoufand There are feveral lawyers come up from Scot land in erder to up the writings prepara tory to the nuptials of the Right Archibald Douglas j and the lady Luey daughter to the Duke of Sp the people in the patt which they ought to take prefent difputc between Parfan thai tkc diftance of Newcaftle they fmell him and at end of his manufactured copied from the Middlefex they ilamp them by quoting the authority of that Reverend Gentleman It is the third regiment of Foot juards are to be employed in making the in ended alterations in Jamess in order to fave A correfpondent that in winter our 3ourt is engaged in political and in ummerin reviews on and Wimble On Thuriaay 6th inft t about ihere was tried at VVoolwich by cannon of new copftruitiorr it is to be fixed upon a level with the againft the walls of a or againft The grcateft force of an enemy cannot dilmount nor hurt any of the people belonging to and it is fo handy as to be worked as a This is the feventh invention Crofs has iried at Wool wich fmce the loth of Extratt of a letter from Newport March By advices from Hifpaniola we that earthquakes ftill frequently happen at Portau Prince and that there is water over the lands funk by the late fufficient tofloat a vefTel of 500 In the Viigima of April is the following letter from a gentleman March About cn days ago an expreTs from Fort Pitt on his way to the Commander in with the news of the Spaniards having taken Fort a poft garrifoneJ by the Britilh troops on the Illinois They could give no cir cumftantial account of the as the news of this difafter u as brougkt to Fort Pitt by Indian Ext raft of a letter frOm the May Tlie kingdom of France is in an abfolute ftate ef and All prifons are and their hops Their coffeehoufes are full of fmall who live upon pbmics all land go to bed after havmg eat a cruft of bread and drank a glafs There are continual draughts from thefe coffeehoufes to fill the Itisno fmall confolation for an that he can cry out when he is hurt fhould a Frenchman do he would pay dear for his from the by the laft that his Excellency Sir Jofeph Yorke was preparing to fet out for the Court of to hold foine perfonal conferences with his Pruffian on the fome im portant difpatches They write from that the ddigns of the ftpurt there ftill remain a profopnd Jnthe mean time the troops are and military preparations carrying on with the greateft ardour through part of his im perial Majeftys May 22 Yefterday in the afternoon one of the Kings yatchs arrivedat Spithead Lord Lord Le and feveral gen tlemen on They failed through the fleet at Spithead to view The fhlps were all mannedj and the guns in every fhip were dif charged as they pafled The yatch in coming roimd loft her and this morn ingflie cajneinto Sailed out of harbour the Tartar man of They write from that the FreN been for fdrrie time with large quantities of wool from thofe parts which they give iri Sparkford in laft a iibout three years of jftftai its moiher turned her caught hofd kettle bf boiling and drank out of the which fcalded it to death Wednefday as aman and with four were ploughing in a field in the pariHi of they were all knocked down by a fcfh of lightening two of horfes were their halters cut pieces the other tvo rofe again the boy and ihe man has not fpoki J f Tuefday night a journeyman Painter at Green beat in fo unmerciful a that fte died the next t e v worth 700 per vacant by the death of the Maftef of Pembroke Carrbndge at Spring Garden Willttin Efq one of the Sheriffs of to Mifs Juliana daughter cf Efq of the Proprietors of who was few days ago nominated by tie Lord Mayor toferve the otHce of It the ladys fortune is Benjamin Efq of Park to Mifs IlVbella of the fame of to Mfs of Great Ruflel A few days at his feat in Stafford Richard Efq Member for the ouruugu wir and father of Lord at of and an Alderman of that few days Colonel of the 32d regiment of now in the Carribbee at Miles at John William at James EiqIn March at the John one of his Majertys Corfncil for Province of New Vicar of in In Dukeftreetj Mils Great of the Ifland of wife of Attorney at in And it is remarkable that in the morning of the fame day Prices eldeft daughter died at a boardingfchool in the To the PRTN ST rt SEEING a paragraph in your paper of this wherein it is fuppofed that the trea fonable letter fent to my Lord Mayor came from a minifterial I trouble you with the following circumftance relative there to The letter was dropped by a man aboiit twelve oclock on Thurfday laft on the Royal and picked up by Thomas in the prefence of feveral and immediately brought to me at Bakers coifee We went to Alderman by whofe advice it was taken to Alderman Treco then Locum at Merchant Tay directed it to be given to my Lord which was accordingly As a loyal which 1 myfelf to I could not in thefe unfertled a letter to the Kingof fuch dangerous tendency to go ROBERT Eakers at tKeRoyal Exchange the Corner of Craigscour AMICABLE SOCIETY of ANNUITANTS tor the BENEFIT of Ertabliined at r of this Societv meet every JL Monday at the Feathers Tavern X 3 cr per annum duurm litv r become members at Pcrfons may be adinirtearlum the faid annuity at nine years from 55 to 59 to receive it at eight yearJ from 60 and at feven Abftrafh may be had at the above tavern at the Bank and at Young Wills near the The Deed of Settlement of this Society is inrollcd in th HighCourt of This was the for the be nefit of The LARdE and VALUABLE COLLECTION of FIVE TULIPS Of the late HENRY at Are now in and are to Likewiie the remaining Part of the Catalogues tfuy be had of Mafonj Attorney at LavTy To be L E A Handfome wellbuilt confining of Two good a a Servants and S flagged convenient the ground if not approved of for that be converted into a very good alfa a Vault for Cellarage threS good Bed anda handfome Dining feet 16 upon the firft floorj commanding a pleafant profpedl of the town of Carmarthen alfo five Chambers on the fecbnd with Garrets over the moft of which excepting garrets ars either wainfcoted cr Tbe whole is fitvtated upon a line gravely within 500 yards of the pleafant navigable river one mile from the town of a handfome terras before the which has a fine view df the quay and It is no unconjmen from the hoofe faIrrion from thirty to forty pound weight caugnt in nc and all out conveniences that may be required by a genteel with cr without 70 acres of good Paftur and Meadow Atfo a Kitchen with a Pleafure and Orchard at the back of the planted wiih choice fruit trees Carmarthen the moff plentiful am cheap mnrkettswn in South Wales j and there is a conftant by fea between and all the ports in the Irifli For further particulars enquire of at the Bumper Tavern in To be In the Ifland of and Parifh of iii A FREEHOLD FARM called confifting of a with other and feveral Parcels of now moftly containing 160 befides foine Salt now in the tenure of John a tenant at Enquire of Bridge and at in To thofe who have the CARE of D Dentift to her Majefty and the Princefs begs leaveto rhar he has from long and repeated uhat one principal caufe of the lofs pf TEETH early in is a neglsft of them when in the ftite of childhood from an opinion that they are too tender to bear cleaning and being thoroughly fqnhble that his ESSENCE of PEARL will not ds the leaft injury tothe teeth even in their teridereft ihte on the is fo very that it will keep gurns of children from beirg aftefted the will thefirft teeth from premature and prevent thoVe fwelleti faces and fevere pains in the teeth to whieh they are fo much fubjecl about the time of fhedding them that it certainty render the fecond teeth ftronger and very greatly to the beauty ftfid erefervatisn of them throughout their whole lives he therefore thinks himfelf thoroughly warranted intakiW rfic liberty to recommend the ufe of his acccfrJitgtoihe direftions given with itas foon as the firft is which is generally about the age if two The Effenee of Pearl is fold by Per near the bottom of Hay market oppofite the India in j whare in This day ivas AGSTAFFs NEW CATALOGS of RARE SCARCE CURIOUS OLD which may be had gratis at the following Jamessfireet Martins Church yard Pauls Chuchyarf mar the Royal Exchange and at his the corner of in Spitalfields This Day was A NEW beingthe illuftrated with Kight Copper price 75 ESSAYS and PHYSICAL and Read before the Phyfical Society in and pub lifted by Printed for in die Strand and in Of whom may be The Two former price or Complete Sets in 3 price Beatly This day was Price or bocnd in A PARAPH RASE on the Eleven Firll Chapters of PAULS EPISTLE te the T H O M AS Renter of in Lincoln Sold by arid at in clofe ib Pauls and by and
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