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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 28, 1771, London, Middlesex The General Evenin L O N Price TwQpencfe From MAY f H U R S A MAY Sold by Sr at m PaternofterRow where Advert Cements aiKkietfers of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who chufe to be regularly ierved with this to Articles of and Letters from are received by RICHARDSON and at the Ktiyal Exchange oppofite Dunflans Fleetilreet W auhe in the Strand Fou RDR IN the Corner of Charingcrofs New Bondftrect CO in and WHERE MAY From the L O N D O N May HIS which ufed to bd granary of and feveral unfruitful is now re duced to great extre and the Govern ment is wholly em ployed iu relieving D O not profent at of which ia of the city ftorehoues ever fince the year xvbcn Gutbtvus Ad Iphu ravaged have been nad reduced to a kind of are found in degree by a proper mixture of frefo meal and the bread made in this manner is diftributed to the expedients are taking u procure cornfrom Italy and Auftria and all have no vifible are ordered to leave the city the to retire to their re fpedive habitations and the foreigners to re jopye otic of the of Ratifton is flill more deplo as they have but Imall hopes of efcaping and Angforrarg the poorer fort of people are reduced to iubfift on a kind of bread jiiade of the bark ef and and into a fiaall quantity of fpice is worked from its heating it is of itielf liable to produce BANKRUPT John of Warehoufeman to appear June and July at Evan ot Bartholomew Grocer and Oilman to appear June and July at Wtru of Butcher to appear June and July at the Kings in the of in Tallqjv Chaudlcr r June and July at the Spread in to be L O N The Earl of Bate was not profent at the Court or Drawing Room at on Monday but his brother the Rigit ijtuart Mackenzie w and had a long con ference with his Yeflerday his Grace the Duke of Griffon fet out trom Ms ho le ia Arlington for his feat at fr a few At a court of Common Council held the adjourned report o the Committee of City relating to tie or the ofiice of the Lit nrf ha and the expediency of dLfntinuing nue of the tiiis was taken into conlide rati and the court being of it uoud be moft to che anJ attended with merit utility and fecurity the that the laid oiike ihould be upby purehsifas TUIK Daniel of at 21Anthony of Mercer at the in Tune lohn of at COUNTRY 1 8We hear from as that the banditti fiill continue to dettrov Smith swdtercourte at Ray gill a often as his workinen open the fame to carry on rheirwork which is the more as they have fuffercd judgment to pafs by an action broughtagainlt them by in order for trying at the next York afiizes wbstter fuch violences ufxmhis property could bejiiftified by their idle pretence making trialsfor lesd mines May We hear that at a meeting of the principal electors of held theieoo the iid Frederick was nominated a candidate for the eimiing election ot a Member that in the room of Richard Efq Jt was ivfolved and that it be re ferred back to the Committee Oi C y I ancii to o the now by aie in the cultomary And it uas refolveJ auJ that the Uppei and Under Mufhli fiall not or ckalrn any lore of or ot forfeiture oi his Upon a motion by it was that a Coinrniuee be to confidcr of the molt method of en couraging the taking and the iargdl quan ity of mackarel and herrings to this as feafonable relief tj the poor in this tinvj ot general fcarcity of biuchxrs and the molt provable means of the preterit hign prices A confifting of Aldvrrnan Pvcili ter and five other and twelve 7om were appointed for and they were empowered to draw on the to the amount of It was refolved and that it be re ferred to the Committee appointed to afiiit the iviaui Oliver in the to Late and take there J i i n into a courie of the legality of an im prifonment by a vole of either of Par It was further that in cafe the laid Committee thoukl be adviled that legality of of the L rd Mayor and Oliver can be put into a due courie of trial a be surhorifed fo to that it be referred to the Durham y ird put the r gins of Citizens of London to tlie foil of the Rier Thames in ly trying the ttlc to the lately made by the Boad of uorksat S landward in fuch manner as they fball Refolved that it 1 e edtothe Right the LordMayor to be and all fuch and encroach S H I N E W sw Remain the fore aad tbe and it as fee Maryland the MAY from f arnica j from the Grenaues 5 and Good he of the and in a fhort drinking Wilkcss with three and fuccds to him as which being feconded by ether LiverytriCn in various parts of the as and applauded by except one iingle gcnrli did not feem to like TV iikcs or his of then and after expreifing hi great in the proceedings of the md behaviour of retj efed thut his health might he vviih thanks to hm for the laii was done Yelterday the Purfer of the Drko of Cum berland and the Purler or the Greenwich came to the with an acotint of the above finps being fare arrived in the frohi Bombny fo an acciit is re ceived of the Ear of being fafe oft the hands Th failed her voyage f om the Dovvns the 6rn cf the 2 of hoililities the anc the Prjfon avenu and w to the f iy with n Pp cr it ahcrvards ftn door er the i the he re PS oc and burnt irie vvhich the tree circulation of cu which for a tLj to this provocation the Marina thc foldiers to tiuy fhot through his and anoher had a on foiuier ihot in the arm by one Ot A party of the auards aflilied to the offending prisoners the NeivgTol yefrerJny Thurkiay the of a man of ulio had married her iVhcis having made an unfuccefsiui attempt to be ing 10 plunoed a into hci broafl in 1 his prc which To wrought upon that he ordered her to be taken cae of audjcmaiu in promifed to fur a we is of that the iv nct On Sui fv near hired a c to on a ptrty oi biittbout being a little above the rofe very and the tide at the the water bgrin to againil became exceeding and the fail being too much al at once kaned fo much to the fhr board that ihe inlhmtly filled with water which accident a Gold and two were from Barbadoes and trom from the At Charraing from At Hull from North AtLifbfin JiAh from London King of Bulkkyi Curry Hcnderfon j and Two row At ii Irom trom Soutk Carolina ab from At from from Topfliam bfct Mnry and Sparki and trom Roberts from oes Betfty from fjrora ments as are making on the banks ot ths River On Monday the annual May Feaft of the Borough of Southwark was held at the Oak Inn at Vauxhall Sir Jafcjh Alderman and 300 other gentlemen After the ufual toalls had been Sir Jofeph the gave Wilkesi with many thanks to him for th ftand he has made on every oecaiion in lup port of public and it drank three and the utmoll Sir Jofeph then nddrelTcd the and as the part of the gentlemen Were Liverymen of the City of and bine of them Freeholders of they would permit him to collect their relative to Wilkess intention ft dieting himfclf a candidate for Sheriff at Midfummer He ftated Wilkess public his firm and intrepid conduct and and the peculiar reafons the Livery of London mull have at this time for wiihirg to fee him in that office the manly part he had recently taken in the affair of had been fuch as muft recommend him to every man who valued his perfqml liberty he was notwithftanding and treachery of his and lalfe the grateful Citizens of London would never fuffer a man to be fet afide froman office his turn to if they continued to fome fenior Aldermen which he ftireXvas not the he had been guilty of fome aftion of public This fpeecft xvas receivcJ with the utmoft fktisfa6Hon and immediately afterwards William or Thomass and s role RIVER OT I C E is hereby That a of the Trujlees for the Let will hf held adjournment on Monday the Third Day if June at Tcu Clock iti the at the near ibt Ryal in Clerk to FASINGSTOKE N TUESDAY the i ith day of next be run on SwcejJ of each fey the following to be rode by to run the of ihrui jurmilt and to ftart at one Lord Cravens chefnut fohn Cravens black Garrets grey Johns bay Courtnays roan Sci Bourns brown On WEONESDAV the I2th tby of June vrlll be run aivon the fame FIFTY free for any never won jhat valuej tocarry and fillies to ert cf tlivei tTVomile O THCfRSDAY day of June npxtwiU be on the fame FIFTY free for iix and that never won rhar m iichci tec fivcycarokls to carry and aged hcrfesto rry to rjTi the of tliree tourmile the ae and of to at the time of Tobe entered the Maidenhfad in on tUc C h day of June be ein theiojrr of jhrer rijht in the evening govrnied liytrre which then and be 1 ner of every to pay one guinta hsit guinea to and fnbfcribe guineas wards next years or to pay entrance the and one to the jid fubfcsibe two nsxr The Pake each d y to go to the fecond to fhnd the honfcof a fubfcriber of one fuini3 fron the day cf entrance to day of and to b plated by z fubcribr of half lh owner cf the winninghorfe eachday to pay one guinea for end for and if tut one enters the owner fhall have and their entrancemoney To frar eacn day at five Ko croflinc or jofting will be allowed of fair If any JifouifcS arife about or tD br determined ftewards of die or whom eUc thev that determination to be Ko perfrm will be permitted to ereft a or fell liquor on the firft paying one guinea wards the phtes one week before the An the firft day of ihe races at the Crown in Rjfiniftokej the fecond day at the Maidenhead in nd a ball the fame evening at the Town Kali an Ordinary the third of the races af the White at near Lord Lord T N n J William by hU to the Rectory of Curry in S A days Governor and Charks E i to the Mifs of iirnr Don at Wilian Efq an ernihcntBanket in Tall to Mils fifter in to Eiq Member fur oi to oi fit Rjftor ot Fin in to Mils only daughter of the late Ktiftor of at Valentine Elqi to cf of thefmail at in couiin to Sir Thomas G rend of in Samuel Wood who had been Vicar of Cattle and Rector of Ansfcrd above 50 No that is the property or in poffeflicn of Caftle and or either of will he admitted to ftart for cither of the above plates nor will Thomas late jockey to Caftk bz admitted to TUT1NG and 1 F NICHOLAS LEG late of in the county of apply to at in Lincolus or to at Fakenham rhuy of Fortunes to his advantage left Samuel Lrjsett his toufm late of in the Or if the faid Nichoias any information cunpmve wKrn and where he died fhall handfonuiy thir He waJ a ia and was lift hcii3 of in A This day was TwoNiw price and Of Shoit Introduftion to Fnglifh Grammar With CRITICAL for in Pill Mall j 111 tht may be by the fime The Life if WiiliJin of Bifhop of Bv OB SR T now Lord of This Day price H 1C R A D I a new Way of making J This by One Hundred conftutts the Logarithms to all One to One Hundred in By ROBERT Sold by John Where may be All Sorts of Bibks and Common with Companion to the Tbh Day ivaj OB S E RV AT I ON Son Reverfionary Paf tnents on Schemes for providing Annuities aad for Pcrfons Old Age on Calculating the Values of AfTurances on Live and To which are Tour Efl different in the of Life Afinvrtti Political An complete Set of particularly four New fliewint the Probabilities of Life in and the Values of Joiat By RICftARD Priated fsr in the
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