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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 6, 1771, London, Middlesex Frbm T to TTuiiiU R JUNE Sold by iji PaternofterRowXwHere AvJvertifemeivts are taken in and where thole who chuie to be Articles of and Letters from Meffrs JDunJftans Strand Bc5rtdrftreet Ct0 i DSON and at the Royal Exchange the Corner of Craigscourty Ytftsrdqy arrived a Mail DVICES from Cadiz that the En glifh have been dif 4pdged Davids Ifle by the which usappre hend new troubles rween the two nations i The refigiladon of the Ab talked s he appears much in the execution of theplans which he ftdd pYinciptlly with refpecVto the payment of the of the The reveaues are not ufficient and amidft the prefeht difccntents of the people no perfondarea create new H N E JOKE Wind Arrived and ailed for the Elver tlic frani Came down and failed tlje and Two fat Virginia Leghorn for Cadiz for Naples5 forBriftolj for Came repiain the fxr GnAviiSNDj Oporto J fromLifton from Kitts Tufcany frora Leghora yoangi from from Boftpn Little from Vincents Tfrdnr Nevis j Triorripfon arid from Jamaica from Friend Four Friendsj from At vVefton Miller and frorrt London 5 Seven frori SctiiKal from Lady frorn Hamburgh Sj Galicia from Liverpool from Guiemfey Lord from Chefier and from Oft At Clarendon from from t from At In the PvoTenjsfi Bemjird Off Falknery L o o his fucj ceeds fts liieritof dfMutElectorate i Earl of Lord Lord und and that f fl V rr f 1 fK L i i t r11 Vi fcpdfftVt lii lanrf choib Kcrfuik LorJ Clf ief i Jiifise Chief Baron Barfe and Baron Northern juftice and Afton and Wefterp Juftice Blacicflonc Yeverday theif Gvaocsibxi Dnte ai4 Duchefs of Bnccleugh fct out from hgafe in fyat e laid the Jixod upon to fund a pall Wilkes and fiujla as held the Annual Feafc of the of che London Lyingin andafjter fcrmon preached ac theydinecJ t jgether at Drapers large col itif the benefit oF the faid As fooa as of the dearhof Lord Strange arrived in feverai gentlemen the county of Lanca met Lot4 Mdlyrreiix at and i tofofpfort his eprsfeiJt the faid 6prxfition that piay be mad1 to Alii evening paper the following intelli gence and comes from the belt authority Theheginning of kft arrived at the of Mauridno fewvr than fen cxfrtftes from in one The King was fent for from hispalace about miles from and the GuunGibcmitintred iittingall The aext morning a report was through that hfSCatholicMajerty gave orders and four thoufand to prepare themfelves for letting out for France with the utmoft to prevent a revolution in that that the troops are now I for the above Count de Goignes hurried from Jamess on Tuefday to attend iorne important difpatches frcSm the King his j in of which he paid an immediate vilitto a cooperating and their deliberations appeared at once confe We thatvthe people of Ireland have en tered a Protefl sgainit admitting a certain nobfc man who is known to ruined finances by and who cftuld feat over with no other intent than to reprrr his broken fortune at the expence of an oppniled Yefterday the further hearing of the Licen tiates and College of Phyficians came on fcefore Judges of the court of after a long argofnent by the coiinfei aud a very learned fptech from it was j given in favour of the paragraph in our la ft copied from an EvenirrgPaper touching Mannings ieda at 9 meeting of fome of the Livery at the is totally void of Monday and of on their way to Briftol in a poft by the careleflhes ot the overturned about three miles on this fide King fuftered very littlfti her kft arm night as Home wasreturn ing was llopred a few minutes betWe twelve between Lord Hollands wall and the Turnpike three two of whom enfered the chare and robbed him of what money he hnd amounting to twelve guineas autl fome We can pleitlilre affurc the public that Sharp out ot his great huma eflfablulicd the following at Nnthymberland Rwmg ajid beds iorthe reception of to be maiptained in the Caine for a 1 nLtr if oc to biircd as a wreck iloijipqyp in en paimli linyby the die Cafile and brings the notice of any intitled 4ocia painum in to die iliftaice froin if and three in the morn the premium to be large on in every Eaftturret to Be five the boats A weadiefcock on tlje tlie for of the SJarge riag is hoiiled there is any idilhefs on tha thefufierirstnay know they are relieved as e kept a gun fired morning fcnl and rocktts thrown trm the North till they cap be relieved theie avi all heHoly have ih adyantige of putting to fea when ho boat from the main land get over the breakers premium is given to the fiilt puts off for the Jflands with provjfions and A irorekoufe for aud any fort of diy goods ada book kept for entering kinds of wrecked timbers and time of they Dom ing Four pair of fgip jetsys for railing fliius that ace driven jfor thiir beijig block S and Jiron the Wheh the dead jcajj art povided gratis the jand i A ftorehoufeforoatmeal and other par wHichby the Doctors order is fok to the Tuefdays and at i per bufhel than Alfo a for kilJing beef and fiieep for Ihijwreckd failors and the with a large boiler for boiling meat and making broth for Exfraft of a letter from one rf Molucca cr Ciffve ttUnging to ths dated AugiJl Since the middle of this rfland has been an a Jtioft from the ravages of a vxhich hath continually made a terrible and cart forth an afto nifhiag quantity of inflammatory and bituminous and to add to uur the ijland has been in perpetual motion from earth which fucoeeded one another fo that in twenryfour hours we flt fixty violent which have greatly damaged the boufes of the company and thofe of pavate as well as i he the ill of this the mifery of the inhabitants and defo lation of have fo increafed by a fuc pf that the like horrid cala mity notbeen experienced here in the memory of There is not a houfe but great The KIIILJ has rttlred his Court The anjj other have taken refuge in their All the inhabitants without exception obllgedto quit heir and to lodge in or The Gover nor is gone on oard thefhip Le Nord ifieuw detained expreisly for the The laft explolion or the which a is inexprellibe and beyond all From that time the trembling of the earth hath and we have not above four Or five docks in a at of Doctors to Mifs daughter of John Efq Banker in at of Cheap TO Wakiiof Sunday at Thomas of Lower to Mifs Sally of Efq of to Mi s Nelly At Zachary an eminent Planter in that at in Robert Little mailer of the Red Lion and Deputy Poilmaiier of that townin the Arthur Efq of in NICHOLAS late of In fhe coiSnty of will in Lincolns or to at Fakenham atore he may hear of Fortunes greatly to his advantage left Jhijh Samuel Leggett liis coufin late of faid Or if the faid Nicholas Ldggettbi any perfbn giving information and c3Jn pryve arfd diedaud hail Ke aoirentice at in and was JlcarjiOt in N TUESDAY the jorh orh day of July be fun for on Knutsford a PURSE of by uuryearold or 9lb ifh befl of three heats allowed CvWEDNESDAY the day of a PURSE of FIFTY liy or fixysnroids carrying i juid aged the bcft of heats a ofone plate this year to carry knd of two plates On THURSDAY the firft of the TOWN PURSE of FIFTY Give 14 hands farryihg higher or in fur every year and for evtry under or over 14 AU to enter at the George in on Saturday the 2yth day of betxvixt the hours of two and Mven in the when proper cejdncates are to be produced under the hands of the and are to bo fubjecT to fuch as ihall be then No lefs than three reputed running horfes to flart for any f the above unlefs with the confent of the Jill difputes to be determined by the Stewards and Gentlemen SpbfcVfbers Afcrhllie aud Ordinaries as j AND i Efq J to fiandat any houfe bat what ftall fub fcribe half to die town purfe No perfon will be permitted to ereft any booth or xipon the without firft contributing a guinea to the town fUTING To be SOLD by A U C T I O On MONDAY at AL L HORSES in Training of the late J E N N IS O N S H A F T Efq Io be at the four miles from BoJrhe Bridge and fijf irom at the and1 at Newmarket on the day of which will begin prccifely at 12 Catalogues to be had at Mr in EjioV flear Covent To be S O L D by A U At the ANGEL in LUDLO1 month of Aiiguti if not i private AFRlEIIOLD about four miks from the tcv containing about onl per annim in lieu nf The TITHES of now faid farm at at the yealy rent of the real and capable of Jeat On tie prcmiUs jrow a larje uintity thrivlniOsu and AfliTreeF aifo inj Further particuhr may be hd R in the who will the premius 5 and rrom Robert Attorney at in rettcr To be S O L D by At SHIP and E E L in H O R N DE A in the County of cr AJOXDAV the Firft JULY iicurs of Three and Five oVlock ii the LOT A PORTION of GREAT of truC AT T j T H E s of the Panfh of in the faij let at per nuw in and heiti by leafe of three liyes of his Grace the Duke of under tha refer vcd rent of which leafe is now the the oldcft and the youneeft 12 years of LOT A ard THIRTY ACRES of king in the faid parifli of of the yearly rein of held alfo by leafc of the aid Lord Dake fcr the three under the referved rent of LOT aforefe Catherington of the yearly rent of he id alfo by Icaix vc iT I r T j t the r ferved rent or ot which lives are For further particulars enquire of Humphry of Catherington John of or uf James Atixrney at at ia the faid To be S O L D by A U C T I O By BARTHOLOMEW in On MONDAY the ith of J u N E the following ALL the and of the late IVES WHii at his lave Dweiliashoufe in miles of Bedford of Frurpjfr arJ pi h ftends Bedding Gcofe nnd Festh of an exceeding gocd Clock Curjt and other Claiies good Kitchen Brewing hole mav oc viewed on Monday mornink before hj h ha exactly each clever ouch be ilnrt and no Lu each lot ccmestc Catalogues may be had on Monday the icth at the Sun at Hitchin at the Bell th at the CroTs Kuys at NV j at jchn Shores the s at Pugnell the Sun at a at the White London ut the place or fale j and in a the This Day price N U M B E R Containing the Heads and of Sir Thcmas Cromwell Ear ot and will be pubiiffied containing the Heads if RjfTel Earl of and George Of HOUBUAKEXs of One Hundred and Eiht ILLUSTRIOUS ROBERT B o o JTS i VLB at to late KICAPTON takes this opportunity of acquainting that having near 200 cqjics uf theljte BIRCHs LIVES and CHAR ACTZRS of 108 ILLUSTRIOUS PER SONS of handfomely printed in one volume on demy and alfo havifig many very earlv impreflions of fome uf the plates worked on imperial formerly at each head he now reoublifhihg this valuable on the following very moderate terms The whole work will be Coajprifed in 54 eack number confzining Two with their at the low price of and will be regularly published every Sa and lent to thelKoufes of thofe who order Complete Sets of this Work rrray be in ons volume Alio fopic few fcts on imperial
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