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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 4, 1771, London, Middlesex O N D O Price Twopence From NE to T H U R S D A Sold by ifi PaternofterRow where Advertifenents and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who chvife to be regularly ferved with arc requefted to Articles of arid Letters from arc alfo by RiCHAtisoN arid the Royaf Exchange j Duntfans Fleetftreet at of EfTexftreet in the Strand FGTJ the Corner Graigscowty Charingcrofs New Bondftreet C O O P E in and NO WHERE From the L 0 N D O N G E X t E S June HIS being tie anniver fary of the Kings birth there a very numerous and brilliant appearance of the No foreign Mini and other Per fons of to complimenthisMajefty on that B A K R UP T John of the Victualler to appear June and July at Henry of Sun Tavern Brewer j to appear June and July at Henry Walle and Peter of Golden Upholfterers and Copartners pear June and at Thomas of Grocer to appear and Juy l6 at Jonn of Covent Woollen Draper j to appear June and July Robert of Serge Maker to appear June and July at Berlons Coffee in Divrdenas io It Tune WiHhrn of Linen at June James of Linca Draper Certificate to be tune Elizabeth of Liaep and Jfril By Laha uft arrived we have an account of the lofs of the Granby commanded by a mate belonging to his Majeftys hip with two a and twelve who all She had on board fome and for Halifax It is fuppofed that fhe ftove to pieces on the lighthoufe rocks off COUNTRY June The Poftmafter at fince a late determination in favour of of this has difcontinued to charge a half penny a letter for the deliveiy of letters in that by which he cleared a considerable There is greater plenty of Salmon in the river Severn at this time than has been known for many years and fo great was the quantity on that the fineil fiih were retailed at threepence per June The Fellow of Univerfity fented by that to the Rectory of Head bourne void by S H I P N E W JUNE Wind Came down and failed this his Majeftys ftip with the and all the dutwardbound and tha Cadiz Cadiz for Tene riffe Carslina for Arrived and faile4 for the the from Came down and the for JUNE Paft the Malaga from Cadiz from Meincl 5 from Carolina j and frpra Off the Ifle of Wight from At from At Dover Little from At Philadelphia Fearis j Rogers and from Briftol 5 and fronS At the Grenades from At Bofton Stevens 5 White and Bofton from At Dominica from the Windward from At Legliofn from In the Downs London from At Liverpool from At Genoa from At Africa from At Madeira Dixon Reid and Royal from London from At from Maryland Mary from and Reyal from MaiyJwd frpm Yeftentoy these was a very grand drawing joorn at there was a leree broke up a little aft twooclock j his Majefty then went te the which was very full of tht nobility and ladies of A fhort time before his Majefty ap the Prince of and his brother the Biftiop of came into the An Ode compofed for the day was performed under the dreclion of Boyce the principal vocal performers were of his Majuftys Chapel and one of the boys the band was led by IMr The court did not break up till half pall foui oclcckj when his Majefty The King came into the Ballroom laft night at Jamess at nine when the Ball was opened by his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glouceiter and Lady Betty The Minuets Lifted till after which only two Countrydances Were called and the Bali iTeiterday morning tbe Princefs of Wales breakfafted with their Majefties at Between the hours of twelve and one the Princefs returned to Carlton and Queen to her who did not appear at ail in Yeiterday his Grace the Duke of Lord the Secretaries of and Lord gave grand at their refpeftive to the nobility and foreign in honour of his Majeftys birth Yefterday the Lord attended by his proper went in ftate to to pay his compliments to his Majefty on his Yefterday the Prince of Mecklenburgh Strelitz appeared at Court for the firft time iince his arrival from Several of the principal law officers were not at court yefterday Lord Lord Chief Juftice De nor the Sollicitor were It is the reafon the SolicitorGeneral was not at Jamess was on account of the death of his Notwithflandingthe repeated paragraphs that have appeared immediately after Court birth refpecfing the want of attention to the commerce of fo apparent in the nobi who prefer the manufactures of France to thofe ef our we are forry to that yefterday gave additional caufe for repre henfion on this fubjeft where two of the nobi lity appeared in a drefs of Englifh make and fix were in that of French manu The illuminations Lift night on account of his Majeftys were very grand at each of his Majeftys tractfrncn thRoyal Aca demicians at took great pains to fhow their loyalty the transparent paint exhibited at the front of the were at once and expreffive running into a ridiculous puppctfhew they did credit to the painters who deiigned and executed The French Em baflador was alfo liberal in expreffing his com pliments to the Britiih monarch the front of his houfe was fully but the defign was rather heavy without being agreeably it was rich in and more forcibly explained the good intention of the that his excellence of The at leaft the filled every and rendered palling the ftreets very Laft night the Manfionhoufe was illuminated with upwards of 300 glafs Monday her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Amelia gave a fplendid entertainment at Gon to a great number of the nobi foreign and other of diftinttion of Monday Earl Lord Prefident of the Privy gave a fplendid at his houfe in to a great number of the among whom were the Lords and the Duke of Sir Fletcher and the Provoft of Trinity Yefterday the Lord Alderman and feveral of the gentlemen of the Society of the Bill of dined with the Society of the mrem on Black We are informed by a who faw Lord at Court on Thuifday that he feemed not only perfectly but in good fpirits which is faid to be owing to fome confirmation he has lately had of the total dege neracy of his ladys The King of Sardinia has juft concluded a treaty of commercewith his Sicilian by which the fhips of the former are intitled fome new privileges in the of the Two Lxtraft of a Letter from a Member of tbe Houfe of ijieprefentatives in Bofton to a Getitleman If our pretended friends in England dont btftir and that fpeedily in our they will foon find that their American coifederates koowhow to confult their inttrefts as well as We have long fur nifled them with topics for declamation in Par and for filling the newspapers with abufe upon the Minifters by our town refolves and meffages to our Governor and yet what have they done for us all the while Proroifes indeed we have had plenty of but they eitherremoved the troops or mips fionr HHfborough far cncmr On the have they dot tamely looked on whilft Caftle at our hnbours has been fortifying and making into a place of arms to be a perpetual hook in our and an ignominious restraint upon ourliberty Thefe with tbe negleft of thofe we once thought OIK have much deprefled our fpirits j many have tor faken thecaufe arid flill more falling and meanly preferring the quiet and fecurity of living obedient to the raws of to the glory and honour of Sacrificing even thing bya vain ftruggle for As a proofof the prevalence of I need only that Hutchihfon publifhed his commiiTion of Governorin Chief a few days there vva a greater number of the refpeftable traders of the town attended him than 1 ever knew on the like occafion and is well known to be an inflexible maintainer the fovereignty of Great you may judge from thence how general the defection is how probable it is all things will return totheir old channel if fome important ftep be not taken on your fide to revive the dying embers of liberty on Extrafi of a letter ftorn May This and yefterday the paid off the officers and failori belonging to his Majeftys Ihips and and put them out of com We that the and one of the Commiflioners of the are arrived at the in order to the yard and and that the Lords of the Admi ralty are expected there in a day or Extrafi of a letter frnm June Thurfday the of 74 was taken into dock to be She ferves as one of the ftoreihips in with others lying upthe harbour oit of commifilon to put combuftible ftores on it being thought more fafe than in the dockyard in cafe of The of 74 is and is to be paid off next The men are turivvd board other men bf I The and the Orford men of from fefe arrived at The following may be depended on as a and is fuch an inftauce of generofity and grati tude as ought not to lie concealed certain lately returned from tire was educated at a fchool in Hertfordlhire his at the time of his quitting not being able to fettle hisfchooling with the he remained for fome time The Go mindful of on his advancement and fuccefs in the fent his old mafter a prefent of and likewife defired he w uld let his ion come that he might m ke fome provifion for Yet this was but a part of the retum he made for on his arrival lately in he waited on his mafter and fettled per annum upon him during his In the caufe of appeal lately depending his Grace the Archtiihop of be tween the Dean and Chapter of Hereford and the Bifhop of the complaint againit his Lordfhip that he had difpofed of certain canonical houfes to Prebendaries of the church ef not Refidentiaries whereas the Dean and Chapter that according to the true fenfe and equitable meaning of the Carolihe flatutes of that the faid houfes were in tended for the ufe and convenience of Refiden tiaries only but it appearing to his by the that the Brfhops of Hereford for the time from the year have had the free patronage of the houfes in and that the aforefaid ftatutes have not made any alteration in that he pronounced for his as ultimate Vifuor and Judge in of appeal of the faid and tke members end officers thereof fpecially appointed i by the faid but without They writefrom that on the a fhock of an earthquake was felt at one placethe earth greateft part of a Yefterday clcfk toMr was feized with a fi in a makers fhop in expired diafely On in Thomas Eiq of to Mifs daughter of John E q of St Clmerrc John Efq of the to Mifs of at in jeorge Mjlineu Efq of to Mifs by fpccial in the of Exeters af Charles Eiq to youngeft daugliter of the of Edith in John Well in C Lady Mother of Wedderburuv his Majeftys Solicitor TF NICHOLAS late of JL in the county of applyto Attonuy at in Lincolns yor to at Fakenhjrri aiore he IHay heaiof Fprtunes gristly ro his advantage left by Leggett his coufm of Colkirky in the faid Or if the faid Nichflas Leggert be anyperfon giving information j can provewhen and where he died and was be handfomely rewarded for ihcir He was apprentice at in and was hit heard of in To be SOLD by A U C T IO By PON On MONDAY at ALL the HORSES in Training of the lateJENNISON S H A F T Efqj To be viewed at the four mhs from Bourns Bridge and fix from at the liable and at Newmarket on the day of whichwill begin precifely at 12 Catalogues to be had at in near Covent To be SOLD by A U C T I O By BARTHOLOMEW in On MONDAY the ith of J u N E and the following ALL the and Valuable FUR of the lat Elqi at his late Dwellinghoufe in within three miles of Bedford confuting of Fourpoft and other Bed fteads Bedding Goofennd other Feather Beds Wallnuttreej Chefts of an exceeding good Clock Carpets and other Glalles good Kitchen and Brewing The whole may be viewed on and Monday morning before the fule which will each day at elevea after which time each room will be hut and no further viewing but as each lot comes to be Catalogues may be had on Monday the loth inftant aC theSun at Hitchin at the Bell at Luton the White Hart at Shelford the Crofs Keys at Ncots at John Shorps at Silfoe the Saracens Head at Newport Pagnell the Sun at Bigglefvade at at the White London at the place of and at in the To be SOLD by At the SHI Pand BEL in H O R N DE A in the County of on MONDAY the Firft Day of JULY between the Hours of Three and Five oClock in the A PORT I ON of GREAT Part of the GREAT TITHES of the of in the faid heretofore let at per but now in and held by leafe of three lives ef his Grace the Duke of unJer the referved rent of whih Icafc is now und the liveJ the oldeft and the youngtft 22 years of LOT A BARN and THIRTY ACRES of lying in the faid parifh of of the yearly rent of held alfo by leafe of the laid Lord bukefur the above three under the referved rent of L 0 T TWENTY NINE ACRES of ARABLE and TWO ACRES of in andCOMMpN of PASTURE for 75 Sheep Catherington of the yearly rent of held alfo leafe of three lives of the faid Lord under rff ferved rent of two of which lives are For further particulars enquire of Humphry of John of or James Attorney at at ifi tfei
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