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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 25, 1771, London, Middlesex M O N MAY c o uNT R r NrE tf s who in the rfe1with A K R u FT Whitecfeapel High 4gpfatf May 3 1 June 1 and July of 1 V In at the of of Jtobicco atGoild Cwr i W downand fir Japaicaj Fortes Tor Lifl5n 5 1 StJ c l ft far Wcymoutji and jrPojtlffrjoiJth were ifit immediate fefyrce y a afterwards lie vvas obliged tT0H he fiad one thircf the berbeiryg Sir was therefore to a Cabinet His that From the repqrts y fhe of the It was refolvcd in SftrThomas Hiotild anfuer farhjs fpietlie Houfecf taken oMy two or of the Houfe for the Chriltaias it referred to the tiefofe Sir Thomas Slade prefcnt condiuft of the 4 Lorcl of the gained him efteera in the us of infjjet tibn into the feyejal dock yards was much We that a Great has lylignified a defire that immediate enquiry inadeintb the caufe of theprefent moft exorl bitant price of and pnnifh thoff whoflraif be found rb have ocda fioiied this artilicial Lord Clive has generous benefaelipn to the Society qf huridrejd Sir Fletcher Speaker of IJouje of gaye notice in Satiirdays that he at the end of his warrant to the CLrk of the be makenit a new writ for the electing aBur gefsto ftrve in this thg Borough in the roomof of apd r at art Friday bers of fixing Saturday of con fide and feveral very himfdf inhis in of vvnorc autxtivww j i been by a young Barber from following him to that whete the mother of the youth to lyt her and coaife unhappy a fit a which flie cut her puti The otiiftanc of furgeon was immediately bul fhe done the bufimefs effcihial Jy i flie expired fooi cajling Uponhtr dear in vain to fee himjji It is that girt was by the Saturday Brictfeyers labotlrer fell from off fcaffoldj yi Fleet Yeftfrday fix young men goiqg up In Saturdays Gazetie an of Coun dated May the quarantine fat MAV frtJrtv from Earlof Cnrlwg and Polly and Peegjv from Calais New from Minorca j Lockycrj Pen facdlaj and Nimble AtSaniwioh from from the William from from Ca5iff B often from the Leeward Iflands j and fropi JtA Liverpool 1 At the from New Yerkj and from from New At L O N D Long preached before Maiefty at the CaHogan Ji r tr fifbfifting uponall fhips any other port in Royal and Ducal taken offj and all fhip are permittedto diTcharge iheir tive wjthovit provided that they cottarr on board tney jyitfe tbirn clean bills of AITo another order of dated the feme whereby all and from Ham brthe ports of are to difcharge their refpecliye ladings without and and without performing any provided that they have no cottonwool on board that they bring with them clean bills of was filed the ofEcet a declaration on behalf of againll a Piedmontefe with Lady L wherein tie arcjaid at Dunning was retained for Lord immediately on the of the pf action was for the A well fajrjibn lately confulted the Earl of ChefterficM rcjative to a proper pro for one of his younger I am at a my to determine whither I fhall bring up my fon to the arjny or the church thing you can do the Earl is to make aDoftora Coirimnns Procter of him yotthavirrDany relations in high and there is np doubt oj his amafling a fortune by the cuckoldbms of his family in a boat with a by a fuddf n gail vf was overfet in and th were CQinmlfTioner of the Cult to widoiy of of Soujth At tlhete is ot his He of in A L VE N May 1 THfiGjftEAT HOUSE near is ooy for fhc RcceptioB of Ladiei arc in of rn dclightfjl either or ror anu fment rv th ifenefitcftiie or ror ajnu upon with proper nntt every eivilitj ia rriy povver to mike their reCdence able and v RICHARD thefafoli is wanted im i price Acnti Wsdow jj the 43d to Hifs Bkfriora of at Henry Efq c Lower to Mifs of Hcnry of Fleet to Mifs Sakey of In Efq aged near an hundred by his death efbites in fee of upwards af a arid a perjonal fortune of near come to his nephew George Skipton ii York joieph who for years been much rcforteHNto as con jurer in which Science he noted a 1 over that of the foT ciifr Dld Age the oLAJJhfajtrcson National To oS Dnclrins 6 Life Aanaitiss Political a cornplefc Set of particularly four New the ProbjbilitSes of Life in tili Vaiijrs of Jont By felCHkRtJ F Pri fitcd for in A I The S P O R T CARLISLE S M A oii Sfirit cf GAL LAKT Confcqucnccs to Author the Account of and Manners of and of the ChiiraiCvi rf ihe principal in Printed for afrf in the Poulrvy j at Charing Croii anJ inNew Of whom may Ths above Account of tic Characfcrs an Manners of th 2 We are rn order to bjjng the aifair bf agiiin 4 3 2 complete cffe in birflr to general jSatu ab o u t one oclockj their Majefties toHicKmohd but her Ma i her herBflysl fCtJ r V May the plate was won by Slow and by 4 r Simpfons roan 132 Mr tous bay by I z Cowens br At Liberty agaiiift the the give aad was by grey Little Sally r jojn Crifjiiii 2 Even bets at GUFLDFORD R A C E The Ladies of u as won by rLord Chedwnrds bay Bauble i 3 l MiJfingtons grey Gibfon 4 i 3 Strouds brown Leveller 5 2 Adamss Morpheus 2 t 4 ells bay co Chridon 3 Sparrows Brazenface 6 4 Darkins Peggy This J3V accident happened to Dar Jtins who fell down with her about 200 yards frorn Parting andbroke his The i recovered ran witlioitt her members and it is generally believed Price in for the Advantage and Infiru defigri of commencing a aftixjn againit the PbiVoffice for charging Ws contrary to the of EiXflia Tttent he pays is an actual proof flamages is no way KJiely that He mould1 a feu h of rhis nattirewUl 1 ittic his old the h Kfjng has iflued an cpri RemoTjilrance ths EOT A the COUNTRY T the NUR Sr R v M and GARDEN z Dedicated to the Right Honourable the of Rock ingharn The Secdnd Voijrrie of THE BOTAVJST AKD Uluftratcd wih By RICHARD W E S T U Efy This contains a decriptiin of ths fnecies ard of part of the Herbacencs with Catalogues brthe Anemohiesj raifod by the moft eminent Flcriits in their and trsnflatediito Alfa a Catalogue of the principal Botanical and their works for above tvo thoiifand inm Thru phriftuij toths year arranged in chronolopi ca and a curtous Botanksl ftcwing at one vjsvV the vvorki of the the years of their birthiand alfq the number of plants tk the merit of The Firit slrcady cbnfjirks a the and Varieties of ill the Trues urol Tha Third and Fouxth Volumes are in the aiid will focn be publiftcJ Pfifrteii for John Bell near Exctet in the in Ecrkleyfquarc J in and ac of The in is 1 pf pf have woii the There were threes B O K S TO B This Day of that I 11 BIS a I befainai The Gentlemans was woii by i 4 Corifi 3 t i chef Murrell grey Sefferinb 2 5 bay Plate of jolivvas woflby bay J yrv 512 3 i jihe wheels hdld Libraries and large Jately in rarious and in almoir cUte learning Which willbcgic to be SOLD th6 in die Ready Mope j the ibth of junej and ccntihue Daily oji Sale till all rc fc io JiATE RJ Noi Red Lion Of whoin niiy Value In M OT Pnrielof Catalogues may fee hid of the fpllewtng feok Excnahji principat Ba rtiiii aa3 ft thi ptt Cooki i in ill
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