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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 1, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence N D O Frdfik S AT fFR D JUNE to T U S D A JUNE 5872 Sold by at in where t6 regularly fepved withthis are requeued to apply i Articles of aid Letters from arearfo received by RicHAftbstiN and URQJTHARTy af the oppofite Dunftans Fleetftreet ttfeStrand the Comer of GraieVcourt NewJ3ondftreet in iandjfiO WHJERE JUNE From the LONDON May HE King of Sweden left Stralfund on 14th His Ma jefty and Prince Frede rick embarkedbntoard a prepared for that which conveyed them to Rugen from which ifland they went on board the ffjuadrbii that lay in readinefs off and put to fea immediately with a fair Elizabeth of and Chapworqan 5 to appear June and Jnly at Charles of Merchant to appear JttHC and July at John Johnfonj of Long Blanket aad Stripe Maker j to appear June and July at Thomfts of Bricklayer to appear June and July at the Mitre in James Drover to appear Sine i and July at the houfe of Alexander in Thomas of Vintnerj to appear June and July at Dividend to be June Robert of Panton at June Philip of the at Jane Thomas of Linen At June John of at the an Jane Thainas of Joiner and Cabinet at Goldxn in Certificates to Ttme Francis Stattjry JMTafon and Pennant Since our lafl arriijiit Mail The Electorof Bavaria a few days ago to was alarmed at his coach furrqiuridedby a jnultitude qf whos That they did not want to hurt his but de pended the immediate difarifBbn fourof his principal whom thdy and to vvhbin attributed Jhelr fbrving and indeed all their Tbe to obey the order they Ttceived to tke populace fo that there was no other than the pronaifitrg that their grievances ftioald be Sinfe garrifoh guard have been V T v Tsy T Q U f U W 1 t W W We that a the guardOiips from this and the other are ordered to cruize for fix wqeks in the bay of May The fubjecl appointed for poem this is A few daysago the houfe of a widow 43IaffmoorFen was accidentally fet on and the poor ureinau was btirut to SHIP MAY Wind ArriveJ and failed fpr the the frem Virginia j from Kitts and a Daniih Eaft for down and his Majeftys ftip for Penzance and New Pirt back and the Roaifajfpcrthe Grenades Jamaica anl for HdlwUras v and Wind Came with Alps the for ArrJVjfdsad fiiiJeifof Watt 8iwhf from At Cork n j aad Bofton OaJlftyj At Hacd IB At At Jamaica Sunwan HwgheS and Port At Oftend from At Philadelphia Marfliallj and London from London and fkom At Hamburgh Mary from At Carthagepa from At Bofton from At Dover from Jamaica Catha j Elizabethj Philadelphia Lady from York Sally from from At Barbodoes At Opcrto from At Sriftol from At from Yefterday the Henry Preacher preached before his Majefty and the Nobility at the Chapel The Earl of Oxford carried the Sword of Afterwards there was a Court and Drawing had divine fervice per formed in her own Saturday his Serene Highnefs Prince Erneft of Mecklentufgh arrived at Jamess from raofl gracious and amiable we are well has within thefe two months given confiderable fums of money out of her own private to be properly circulated to relieve the diftrefles of real objefts of This is a circumftance that truly characlerifcs one worthy of the high ftation in life which fbe fills with fo much Saturday his Grace the Duke of Rutland fet out from his houfe at Knightfbridge for Belvoir The fame day his Grace the Duke of fet out from his houfe in SouthAudleyftreety for his feat in Friday morning the Lord Mayor waited on the Dakes of Portland and the Marquis of Re and many return for1 the vifits they honoured hit during his eoufiBementin the Tower of next week his Lordftiip tpay his compliments to the reil his and irefpectabiiie Yefterday being Sfinday the Lord Serjeants went toS Pawls by the Lor4 after JAere entertained vLprd the that has yet been or will be corqijicncedop account of the imprifonr of the Lord Mayor and till after the report of the opinions of the Gounfellors at who were ordered to be iiall be made by the Committee to thg court of Common It is that fome time fince tlie was and adrrritteid a member of a fociety of of fifft and in who At Bicknells in Michaels At Lift meeting Hornets taken agreed that HoTne was unworthy of con tinuing a member Burke moved for his which was carried The road from the Admiraltyoffice to Portf mouth all lafl week was full of nothing but ex Four arrived at the dockyard there viHthin twentyfour f It is thought fome frefti florm begins to appear 4n the political Lord Sandwichs fen t for by exprefs from the beginning of lafl gives a ilfong pro bability to this It much whether LorH Sandwich done well or ill in leading the French Em buflador every part of the arfenal at Portf Some think it a dangerous opportunity to the French of difcqyeriiig every fecret arid which might be of great Service to thernj in a war or a future attempt at Others this behaviour of Lorjd Sanduich is a true fpecimen of Roman intre with maoliiiefs that will only fuit fecrets of any of their ftrength or weakhefs to 1 On condition General all of dirturbing Corfica he been olTered a very noble income tjy to ffittied upon him his Tb this offer hk fnends ohihis of the advife him wvery j and whett a he will be to a hfttr from the May the grand manoeuvres of the this ftnifljed to all was fome what the Captains of the regiment of therHolland guards was dangeroufty wounded in the thigh by a it prefumedjj difciarged by a foldier of the regiment ofYthe ac tOrding to was not defigned for that but for theJDuke of Field was vejy near misfortune thprwaH the officers into great con retreat was immediately ordered to be and the troops to be though they had not gone through The Erinceof the Field and all the are here very forrowiully by this unhappy The workmen have begun to form a flppetmd haha railing opposite the Queens Paiace ar the upper end of in Jamess Park it is will be carried round the Canal at a proper As an inftance that the of hooottr is not eradicated among the fuperior the following fact may be depended upon the Jaft jreoeral the conteil at LyjSn raa veryikigh ween Sir John Turner and Crifp profeffing a ftrong to me irtteBeftof Lord Ovfordi who remained The by Sir drawiag to himfclf at theicrilioki leaving Walptile in tfee declared Jfor Baronet who tlie on got who kt imerfeJe fare fek thffji Freemen his ta flip port him word and houoyr nor to d raifaer hazard dedlton rhart for ng them to give their fecond lord Orfords His Lordihip was that the moment a greamefa of IVul publicly it lav irf his peewliar 1 n by i he certainly from that moment onite his that gentlemans xat Ac opstorthedeceafe of Jennifon theiBoftpreffing refoiately de dared inlfavDiwof Molmeux we are the faidgentleman will be KNUTSFORD ON TUESDAY the 5oth day of July be rurt for on ICnatsford a PURSE FIFTY foufyesrold the heftof twoirilie to bellowed On WEDNESDAY diy ofJuly nvtyeavlld et carrying and aged three fotmmilfc beajs a winner of one phrte this io earty extrai and of two plates On thefirft of the of FIFTY Give snd 14 hanh carrying higher orlower in p for mry year under inch underor 14 v to K Satuftiay the 27ch day of betwixt the of tw and feven when proper cemfiiateS are he prodnced under the hands of afta aveto Vt to focharticles as ftall be thsn No lefs than three reputed running hdrfeg to frart fotaay of the above uniefs with the coment of the AH difputes to te by fa atsi GentlernenJSubfcribers prcfcat Afiemblies aud Ordinaries as t No to ftand at any Lowfe hot what ftall fcribe hiit a guinea town purfe No perfon will be permitted to creel any Sooth vrrchoat Erit half a gujnea ed at the Cuitemboufe ot Richard of Opeito theoldeft member of the Britifh thlit Serjeant of the Royal up next Wednefday to eoiwi CoUn the Rectbryfof Solicitbr the and irithe roiirhff Anthony Dean of to a PrebenrI i Lincoln Cathedral and Vicar of in toa Prebend in the fame to be in Ordinary liis in the to the Command of the Hammond to the Command of the Arethufa of s the Author elegantly price is LIFE of A FLOREtfTTNE in tKe TUSCAJT LAN And theOriginal O M A N U C I Printed for in Cotent tit Aradeniki8nsof Lives of the V fpeakS Cellini as a Apoftolo Life of citfKius awav ftngvtfar tntnfatlions which nis produclioas rn the fine Cellini has embraced every opportunity ta defcribe the noft iinjiprtant of the which he He charadleriaw an and comments upon their actions witfa aad were his temper He does not conceal the confecfutncet at his in his and j he he ii aboVe and GENUINE viat 6lJ to be continued for MAY Of THE LADYs MAGLAZJtfEj Entertaining Companion for the Fair Appropriaied folely to their Ufe and with A and elegant Pattern of a fuitable Spri Efq of Mifs Sniah of to lylifs Nathaniel Efq v cowly Aif6tney Inn3 he rtay hearof Fortirnw greaUyto fes adwntage left Saatud his faid decpa Ve ana where he ana all drawn purpjgcJy dm work falhionabk HcndDrelTeSj ing Ladies Tetes and Caps Abeautiful View of rhe City of to elucidaie the Journey j A new written by and fet lo mufjc by Thefe cmbclliihrnents oa the ladies will find to be worth at Jenft ibur times the price given tor the whole if pur chafcd This enrkhed with marry beautiful eii gravipgs above far fuperior to any ever given in IJjnflar publications beiides a very variety of pleafing and inftruftive A Coiitinu2tici the Sentimental by author or the former The Unfonuaate artalbiilory Cqntinustiun Memoirs of a young Lady of written by ErfiiYs aad Ordinances inftituted and aiadp ia a full AfTerobly oi kept nt rheir Jong far Spadilks commodious The Morning ViGt a drarratic II Chkracler The Sentimentil Journey will cfmtairi a ticulat and accouiit of tHe princtpaf cities an si in England and the art to preffjrit their purchafers with Views of inifijrfaijt place without any additional Pnhted for Robinfori and whbin had the nine firft letterttQ aathors are recerved The Prtjitfetors ofthe v to the public in general ana tin for the fete in their favour particularly ai they mighg fiaWf been by the invidious linitnuadonS of 6f the fo fall aad conclufve pnbliflted in every the authors all rffelf articles aifd worthy fm Brlbtld
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