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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 30, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L ON t O N Twopence From MAY tc S A T U JUNE Sold by at NQi hvPaternofterRow where Advertifements and taken in i and where thofe who chufe to be regularly ferved with this to at the Royal Exchange the Corner of JFR ID MAY C April arrived at Wilmington fsom we that the day be fore he the fhip Nevis arrived at Nevis from brought in with her the captain and crew of the fhip Par alfo from botind for which failed in company with but about two weeks before fome means took fire at when the crew had only time to cut long boat loofe and get into to preferve their and were taken up by the above Inckily then in March We hear that a lately at fervice at Point aux near defirous to quit her demanded her but no written agreement with her a neighbour was called to witnefs the paying the fum after receiving of which me let out to feek another and paffirig through a wood met bythe fame that had been witnefs to her the prefenting two charged piftols to demanded her to give him her he would murder her whereupon he took the money out of her and threw it into the fnow on one fide of the defiring him to take it rather than lier life he beiag over defirous of the inadvertently laid down his piftols in which the woman immediately and fhot him dead on but did hot retake her money till fee had alarmed the neareft neigh bours to place where the fcene was COUNTRY May The comet feen at has alfo been obferved Un Sunday night lalV it had 1 16 degrees minutes right and 27 degrees north declina continuing its courfe almoil parallel the and is at prefent vifible with a telefcope MAY Wind Came down and wth all the the for Cadiz Prince of for Chefter and for Sailed for the the of Middlefex and Greenwich Eaft GR A MAY Part the Hird from Dublin GodfhaH and Shephard From Oporto Good Lam t from Hamburgh from Rhode IfUnd Tscw Weiiin from Lifbon from New from Penfacelaj from Bilboa tmd from At Dover Virginia j and Orange from Off Portfmouth Malaga from At Philadelphia from At Lancafter from Barnard iand London Joas Pcrtfmouth frafn Georgia Santa Da from Plymouth and Fair from SouS At iortola from At Button from At Rhode Ifland from Georgia and from At Jamaica Hithaway and from Rhode At Barbadoes Briggs and At Madeira Good from Tuefday Lord Grantham fet out to embark for his E moiiify at the Court of Spain his Lordship is to go the way of wfcere he will make fome Tuefday the Earl of Halifax came to town from his at but Aill continues fo much indilpoied as not to be able to tranfict On the refignation of Lord who is to be fucceeded by the Earl of the Duke of Graf willbe appointed Privy Yefterday a full board of treafury was which Lord North pre It is certain a great coolnefs fubfifls between the Thane and the However improbable it may it is cer tain that Lord North has vrt yet ft en Lord is fuppolcd by many to be the real We in a few the Earl of aciompanied his brother the James Stuart will let out from LutonHoo for the Ifle of Lord it is will go to Ireland on the return of Lord for whom the ordnance is with the army ap as alfo a vacant Lord we will certainly be in England Very he having fignified his intention to fome friends in of being Stfjat the rnfuing inflallation at Lord accompanied by jtfM1 waited onhis Majefty at Sti with whom he had a long con From the frequent intercourfe of difpatches between the Spanifh Court and its i is confidently that fomething is in agitation which the public are little prepared to The Augufta with Lord Lord failed on Tuefday laft from Spithead for in their way to Yefterday the newmarried lady of Sheriff Baker was preferred to his Majefty at Yefterday the Countcfs of Donnecrall fafely delivered of a at his Lordfhips ho life in The King of Denmark has contracted with bme of our to buildhim fix hips to carry 36 guns after the ofcur Letters from Paris feven men of war are lately for Letters from Paris of the in thatfeveral Hawkers have been cuftody for vending Tome letters of Protefts of the Princes of the and committed to Ihe informers on thefe occafions have been who urge that in ferving the Police by fuch they aft agreeably to the will of It is reported at the weftend of the that certain important relative to the Chevalier DEon and his fudden have at laft come to Wedneiday General Elliots regiment of Light relieved the HorTc and Hovfe Grenadier Guards on Jamess duty and the fame day General regiment marched tor where they are to be We can allure our from very good that the prefent difagreements among the Patriots gives unfpeakable fatisfadlion to the whole circle at Thefe are the reformers of a a perlbn high in office at the levee on Sunday my returned a newly created and I moil heartily give your Lordfhip that ate your profeffed if their own declaration is to be relied are abfolute atheifts Ihe are hourly lofing immenfe fums by the conduct of the popular par y they have loft a ground rent of more than a year at Durhamyard they h ve loft a piece of ground for their new which would have brought them a p fir of ten rhouirmd pounds and at tiv moment the fquaoble for Sheriff in all lofc them near four thoufand as the various gentlemen drank to will not pay a fine of four hundred pounds and twenty maiks to be excufed from ferving an office to which there is no danger of their being ele A noble the Earl of who is faid to have loIt above at Hazard within thefe two is grown tiredof that fedentary and has bee 11prevailed on bj the blackhggrd Gentry to vifit the in order to complete his ruin where he is become a conftant and has within thefe few days loll upwards of it that two waiters at a certain houfe not far from have acquired a capital of within thefe la ft four by advancing hundreds and five hundieds over night to broken gamblers of and receiving fo many guineas when they have been home the next day to after a run of of having previoufly obtained the Emperors are arrived at to cultivate an uninhabited fpot in that Many of the fugar plantations in the Weft Indies are in fo bud a that it is imagined they will not produce one quarter of the quan tity of what tkey ufually Yefterday the adjournment of the fefflon of which was to havej3een held at Guild was obliged to on account of the Recorders being taken Tuefday night the wife of a journeyman in having had a quarrel with went to an Apothecarys to purchafe a quantity of arfenic the Apothe cary fufpeding fome ill defign tied her up fome pearl afhes ina which at night flie mixed ina pint of porter and gave it herhufoand to but he perceiving the beer to be fent it back to the alehoufe to be changed the wife finding her wicked intention fruftrated and a difcovery likely to be brought immediately and Jias not fince been heard Wednefday a large floop from with contraband was brought up the riverby the Fly Stotherd to Sir Anthony by the Lord Bifhop of to a Prebendin the Cathedral of his the to be Chaplain to the of at Patrick to Mifs Terefa only daughter of Jgrncs of Lincolns Inn of in the Weft Riding of to Mifs of in the to Mifs of DlfiL at his houfe in Grofvenor the Right Anthony Afhley Earl Baron of Wiivborn Baron Cooper of one of the Lords of his Majcitys McfJ Privy LordLieutenant and Cuftos Rotulorum of the County of and of the Town of Recorder of and His Lordfhip fycceedjd his faiherin when he was only three years of In 17245 he married Lady fuifkn daughter to the third Earl cf who died in leaving no His Lord ftiL rnnrried in fecund daughter of Jacob late Lord by whom he had a Ion born in who fuc his LordOiip in honours and Leonard Efq Regiitcr for the Eaft Rjding of in Boulter to his Mnjefty for that in Hanover James at his chambers in Whalebone Gray3 Attorney at a daughter of late Archbifnop of in Margaret a beggar aged She left behind her in gold and and upwards of in The GENUINE ORIGINAL f On Saturday next be puhlijhed Price to be continued NUMBER for MAY Of TH E L A P Y s MAGAZINE Entertaining Companion for the Appropriated their Ufe and Embellifted with A elegant Patternof a Ladys Apron and with fuitable all drawn purpokly tor this work Four fine En gravings of the molt faftionable reprefent ing Ladies Tetes and Caps j A beautihil View of the City of to elucidate the Sentimental Journey A new by and fet to mulic by embellilhments on the ladies will find to be worth at leaft four times the price giyn for the whole if pur chalcd This number enriched with the manv beautiful en gravings above far fuperior to any ever given in Imilar befuJes a very great variety or pleating ami A Continuation of a full of iept their long for the aifpatch ol in very houfe near The Vifit a The Court The Charterer 01 The Sentimental Journey will a par of the principal cities and in the proprietors are determined to prelent their idi Ccpperphte Views every important lace it without any additional ex Printed for Robin fen and whom be had the lint and where letters to the authorarc The Proprietors of thi GKNVINE Ladvs Magazine acknowledge their obligations to the public in and their fair cufloratrs in for the late candid DECISION in their favour particularly they mi gilt have been deceived by the invidious infimiarions of the former to affidavits of the original proprietor ami fo full and conclusive published in every News England1 onlv oppofes and Jefuitical return furfuch ciiCntereSted the authors will exert all their abi ities to furnifh freSh articles u entertainment and inrtrudtion worthy the power ful patronage of of C Britain and T This Day By the Original Pubiiflier JOHN at No in with m tIegnnt reprefenrirtg o the of dirccling her Two Lady and Ladr in the of Virtue and to facrino at the ahar of Diana befides this finifhed viil be aiven an elegant Pattern of a to be rvorkcd in imtrarion ot figured according to the new Faftion j likewUe another of a beautiful Srword for workinr or in were drawn by a and are worth alone infinitely mori than the price of the of two CourTes for the month of s8u ted to trni Ladys Handmaid or Hnukkeepcrs and a new written on pjrpofe fcr this work ty Mrj and fet to iriufic by Hook for Of HE L A D Y S MAGAZINE o ENTERTAINING COMPANION the ijt Appropriated fokly to their Uic and This containing eijht extraordinary of letter very vanetv cf inftruttive and entenaining A Cojitinuatiun otths Ladies A New to be continued I he E iy an cmin ne The Art of Painting flours Voni with Ifuhuclions for prejnrijig The Ladys orHouieAeepers conraining firft fecojjd couife for rpcnth in to be Lscics Bioginphy the L if of Thomasj kntwn tj by the notne of To the rtiblic in and the ia Jiai IT is I orportunitv of returning for the verj and gtnerou with which hrj number of the L MAGAZlfyE has been Imnourej bv the Putiic not only as it bears a flattering nv in of mv genuine continuation of bet as it is a fubfian tial proof of the genera opinion of the inluce of relpccting thoic who fesk by rnen and illegjl combi nations to deprive me of a to which I an and una4ienabk To of the Country Bockullers alfo I beg have to return my acknow for that fenfibh ipiritcd which they have againft the monopolizing jud infolent at tempt of my to impofe on and At uie time I beg no other favou at who hive been hitherto invJJixi to countenance Inch than to eive a fnir and eqaal or with iluu ofmy LeC merit of whik the wheiher or Kooinlbn ftoukl fuftain the lols attendir thtir bargain and cbndeftine dealing with of an honeft andjlawfi riuht to the fruits of my own and the of the tubi 1 ftuiJ ever delpife the detractionof felfintcrcftcd calumniatcrs j exerting my heft ahiiities with unfemitted to iLfervc the tavotirs of my and while I exprefs my grajitude for their ajTiltance and encoa R E B L While the prefent rpprefiive combination among the Bookfeliors the who would chiife to pleaie are defuxd to be in their orders for the Magazine which they prefer who would encourage the ORIGINAL being re quefted to infill on having WHEBLEs LADYs MAGA ZNE without which they will be fliuffled off with what their Bookfcllur think it more his iiusreit to fell This Day price H E R A D I a new Wav of makuip JL This by One Hundred ontucls the to ail from to One By ROBERT FLO W E SoJu by John Vhere may be All Sorts of BiEiK3 and Common the Companion to the cii i r j rJis any lisas With a Plead of the Author elegantly engraved In 1wo Vulumes price 6Ji ia nnHE LIFE of BFXVENUTO JL A FLORENITVE by hirnfeU in the TUSCAN And translated from the Original By T H O M AS N U G E N L Printed for in Covent f This extraordinary performance is quoted by the oj as an original of in his Lives of the Speaks of Cellini as a wonderful genius aod ApOStolo Zeno oientions the Life of Cellini as a mcfl curious and interefting Befides the many Singular tranfa6tions which befcl him in tlje courfe or a long and niany curious particulars relative to his productions in the fine Cellini has embraced every opportunity to defcribe the moft important occurrences of the times which he He characterizes otherfovereiga and comments their aftions with freedom and Cellinis pjffions were and bis He does not conceal the conferences of trigues and his rencounters and duels Jays his whole conduct bfcore the rtader i he is a and fcQins difguyVi   

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