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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 8, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L OK DO Price Twopence AT U R D E S D JUNE Sold at in Advertifements and Letters of Intelligence aretakeri ifi and where thole who chute to be regularlyferved with this are Veqyefted to M O N D JUNE From the L O N D ON G A Z E T T Sir R S E N The KINGs Moft Excellent MA JEST v in pointed to fee taken IS Majefty having p leafed toappoint Lord of county of andi the town of amd county of the faid town jLerdihip this day took the oaths ap A courier is arrived from with the news that the men of with the King of arrived there on and that his Majefty would fetout from theace for Stockholm as this On the 20th his Majfifty tnade a promotion of On the and a jd reviewed and exenifed the troops affemhled in jhe Plain of to the number of The seigning Prince of Waldeck arrived laft and was iiniaediately prefented to the King of reft of the Royal Tames of the Carpenter June and July at Jofeph of ViftualW to appear June and July at Guildhafl William of Dealer j to appear June at Wiliiatt Mi Linen Draper j to appear tune atii July at Williim of Dealer J to ap pear Jufte iSj and JuJy at tie George in TbSflm of at JJayifonj of of Hats and at John of loAen Draper and at July James of to be Tune Thomas of T f William of Woollea Dftper and our aft ccrrivedtke Math from Holland d April 3The Turkifli which failed from the to num ber of inorder to burn the magazines Hiiirana in rhe met with he and were beaten by MV courier is arrived liere from with the news that the Princefs Confert of the Prince of Heffe Caflei was happily delivered there of a Princeon the arh of this May On the counfellors of the Chatelet received Letters de wkich banifh them to different They have orders to depart within twentytour It is that M de pur Erabaiiador at the Court of is There has been an at account of the bad quality and uearnefs of COUNTRY June This Jay Crifp late High Shenfi of the county of was Repre fentative in Parliament for this SHI P Wind a and a SnowJJNE the for feyeral At BarbjfSoest Fowler Hardky Lee p from Lonion and At Yemce at Taring At Liverpool from Domlnhta At from j and Unity frowOperro aad i At Virginia i late from At Dominica Prince of Cargill j and from At from London Yefterday the tae new1 appointed Chaplain in the room of pleached before hi The of was carried to frofia Chapel by Lbrd is the Earl of Suffolk 6feed the Earl of Halifax as Secretary of State tkajt the vacatit blue by the demife of the will to his Royal High Bifhpp of Ofnaburgh is reported Gower will refvgn the Prefidentlhip of the and be apooihtcd Lord Privy a writ Was ifTUed out for electing a Burgefs to Terve in Parliament in the room of the late Richard that the the Earl of ii very ihdifpofed at Luton The Right the Ear1 of whp died on Saturday mornihg at fucceeded George his late May majrried July f Mifs Ann daughter and of Efqr of in which lady dying in left thrVe two of whom Uncg furviving Lady in Wag March to the Vifcourit fon ana heir of the Earl of A few days fince arrived the SpanifhAmbaiFadors frofn Madrid 4 he was in fuch hafte that he ftaid only four and then fetoff again for Friday night there a meeting of aoo of the Livery at the Eea4hers in to fuppart Wilkes apd Bull ip the nomination for the office of Sheriff the queftion being there appeared about fix hands againft and all the reft for Ac cordingly a committee of five was appointed to carry the fame into NORFOLK De Mr July Thuriday at Saturday at Monday at Thurfday at Bury St Monday attheCaille of City of the fame day at the A true Enliftmian wiflies that every perfon who can infult his Sovereign by appearing before him in the manufactures of fhoirld be totally forfidthe His Majefllys fhip the Panther of 60 GaytOnj in Commodore Byron command 6 New is put back to with the of her Lnat has carried out with him frem to kcop the French within their for carrying on the C0d filhery Newfoundland as every feafon lince the cbnclulion ot the late war they have given great trouble to the Governors and of the men of war ftationed by fetting up frem claims to fiilung bendes pretending a to the almon and whale The account in the the Aurora was fafely arrived at Bombay with the lofs of her we are totally void of truih as the Greenwich Eaft is juft arrived after a fhort paifage from gives not the leaft tidings of but on the contrary afferts he is given over and that they are as much alofs to aceoaiit by what or where fhe met with her as we are at And wecan take upon us to that no exprefs has been received by the RailIndfa Company of arrival at or elfewhere hut thai on the trary they have given over all hopes of her We are allured by a juft arrived ifrom that though he faw nothing there of the difturbances fo frequently in the yet it is certain the Court are fo apprehenfive of a that an edift has been which the people are under pain of ttiei fevereft to lie feen talking to the number of half a dozen at a time in the I The OflScef of latejf made a fudden vifit to her Bakers of that anxl finding in the hopof of them bread fhort pf he the Baker inftantly bsfofe his own a fign hifeg i f as he expreffed that people might not buy tread Extract of a letter from the June Letters from by the laft confirm the account f the arrival there of the refolution of the Court of and that in conlequence of the plan which the Emprefs of RulTia has in confenting that her troops not pafs the General Countde Romanzovv will remain with the grand armj of fnat confifting of ftde the faid the better to receive the Ottomans in cafe they ihuuld come to attack And in mean time General Prince at the head of will endeavour to get poffeffionof Crim We are informed by letters from that the new code of laws regiftered on the i7th was made publick on the of the fame The lawyers that it is the ordinance of copied almoft Count A a Piedrffontefe agalnil vvhoin Lord Ligonier has commenced a fuit in is now at the where he and it is at houfe of dArunhar the Portuguefe M Snifter Tomorrow the Northumber by her will fet out for from after drinking the will return U are given by Board of Works for filling up the canats andponds inthe Wifdernefs in and for the trees there to begrubbed up the ground therein is to be con verted into a Matthew who at the laft was evidence againft jackfbn and others for and who about a week fince to Newgate a like crime in the houfe of was onFriday further charged on oath of one with having committed a burglary in a houfe near Wapping and fieaJing thereout feveral filver a inilk apair of aad AVERAGE PRICES of From to May Buflietof K iNdltinihatu 6 I COUNTIES upon the C Q AS 5 5 5 6 6 6 S 6 6 6 6 6 5 S i 4 9 4 7 4 5 4 6 4 3 i 9 9 3 o 4 South 5 I0 W A 6 2 7 6 I 4 L 4 4 3 3 2 II 3 5 3 10 3 2 o 3 3 2 J I T O 3 i 3 6 3 ii 10 9 9 o 4 S 7 10 o i i 9 3 10 V rfE R A L AVER AC L3 6 14 7 I 3 48 O I36 8 27 4 of Scant I 3 U frl l M of Command of the At to be Exigcmer of the Com tnon at in the to Mifs Nancy of in Abingdon Stone had the building of BlackFriars Green Mr Jeremiah Keacf Bricklayer to at Ken fiiigton Captain LeSey of the Marinesof theChatham nt HenrvRogprs In 6ames IF in the of ill apply to Atturasy at in Lincolns Ino or to at Iakehham afore he hear of fortunes grylly to his advantage kit him by Liggett iiis coiafin laic in the fald Or the laid Lcggett be any perfon giviiig can prove when where bunedj flialj he handfomelyrewarded for tlicir He was apprentice at in NcrMkj heard of ip S T R E E T N Late from the BEDFORD T A yzn Coveiit O N D Hurntly begs Leave to accuuint the NO B I L IT YGE NTT O t H THAT he taken the K TNGs K INN and in Hicn STRE i fitted in a nd manner for the reception of dltriofj fiuil pfeic To honoar him with nifty 9 powermakJitHis by his nnj th6 frfvfcurs confewrd on POST CO POST with good Horfes apd careful A Machine goes to frprri London xyjiy u r S OL T B E TOTOl STY or ONE jA tF ttfe SbfCONS the Weif Riding ofthe County of1 Inquire Tn To S O L D by A U CT TO Atvthe 5 Ki P apd BEL H 0 R N DEA in tne County of H A ft P T o on MONDAY Day of the ani in x A PORTION of GRJEAT Part of the G R E AT T i s of the Pariih of in let nt held by kale of threc lives of his the Duke under refertfej Knt of which lialVis rfbAfull and the lives Lealthyj theoldcft and the years L O T andTHIRTY of lying held alio D f r underihetefcrvcd rent of oC L d T TWENTY of ARABLE ari TVYOsACRES of lying in and COMMONof PASTURE Sheep on of the yearly rent of held alfo fcy leafe ofthree lives of the aid the re ferved rent two gf vvhieh lfyes arc Tor further particulars enquire of Humphry of Cutherington of Burvtsri orof Mr James Attorney at at in the faid T j ii SOLD by A T J 0 t in BrDFOftpy On MdKDAY tfte lyth of Ju Si and tie following ALL the and Valuable FUK of the laie Efq late Dwellinghoufe miles Bedford confiftingvcf Fourport and olhtr Rcd Goofe and othr Fcsther WaHnuttreeT Chairsy Tables Cherts of an exceeding good Clock 5 Carpets other y good Kitchen FuinimrCjand Brewing The te viewed on and Monday tlie file will eiacllyeach JaVat fcieck5after tirrtc each rbom be farther viewing but as eack lot ribmis i be the icthimhnt at the Sunat at ths Belt at Lutonj the White Mare alj Shtlfqrd the Keys at at Join Shores at Siltoe the atKewport PagneJl tfet Sun lat Bigglefwade at the White London j at the pkcs ojf fakjand at in Bedtordy   

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