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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 13, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L O N C O Price Twopence From JUNE to S A T U R D A JUNE Sold by at in PaternofterRow where Advertifements Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who chufe to be regularly ferved with this are fequefted to apply Articles of arid Letters from are alfo received by RICHARDSON and at the Pvoyal Exchange r J DunftansChurch Fleetftreet at the Comer of Effexftreet in the Strand the Corner oT t Charmgcrofs New Bondftreet in and NO WHERE to J f COUNTRY June 1 1 JUNE LETTER received by a gentlemen in this town gives the follow ing account of the manner of the late Lord Stranges death His Lordfhip on Friday evening May 31 after playing at Whift with the Duke and Duchefs of Kingfton and Somerville in the Card room at took the Colonel under the and going into the laughing at a little occurrence which had jirit and in this in the fhort paflage between the being fcized with an fell and though he was inilantly and every art ufed to reftore died on Saturday morning without ever recovering his fpeech or SHIP Valet de and two years wages to all the reft of his JVNE Wind Came down and the Loyal for Came down and the for Leghorn j and for GR A JUNE Paft the London from Malaga j and from At Dover from At Yarmouth from Off the Start from the Lord Chamberlains June Orders for the Courts going into mourning en Sunday the 16th for his late Serene Highnefs Prince of Saxe The ladies to wear black fringed or plain whUe and ear black or white hoes and white or grey or The men to wear black full fringed or plain blick fwords and grey Yefterday there was a grandCourt and Driving Koomut at xvhich his Majefty was prefent all the great Officers of Foreign attended after it was over a Cabinet Council was at which the Lords and Suffolk Ytftrday the Earl of Suffolk had a levee for the time Secretary of State for the Northern at his office m Cleve and at which all the Foreign Yefterday a full board of Treafcry at which Lord North Yefterday the Speaker of the Houfe of Com mons and the Solicitor attended tne at and had an audience of his by whom they were very gracioufly ICYefterdiyaGrant parted the Great di reftcd to Henry I ord appointmg him Keepr of the Rolls of the Peace tor the County of and Town of m the fame Biihop of Durham having left the bulk of his fortnne to his brother Lord Trevor that noble Lord is and has declined he Cbanedtorfcip of the Dutchv Court of in favour of Lord the Member for Montgomery Richard nara j he Kine of Denmark has regulated all the corts of HiHce in his dominions on the fame p an as that adopted by his Pruffian P It is the Wales and the Biihop of are tomakc little tour before the expiration of the Summer to and other parts of The revenue of the Biftiopnck of When the Bifliop rcfidcs it is amounts to per Thelate Lord we by his will has devifed his Northamptonshire to his Soaof Lord together the furniture and valuable as To D his Spitafidds eftate for with the reverlion to George To the Hon Mifs eue his Suilex and at her death vcrfion to Sir George Ofcorae and h eftates are direfted to be fold for the lifchargeof his J ordihip has left aa annuity for Igpoi of a letter from the June According to advices from the pub lic convention there is much employed on the ditferent edicts which are daily expected to be That of penny per upon which is to be railed initeadof the Paulet a yearly tax paid to the King among great unealiixfs in hat as it will affld the fortunes of The only one of which meets with general ap probation is that for the creation or morteaee The officer of the Holland guards who xvas wounded by a bullet at the late military manoeuvres on the 27th is judged to be out of The garrifon of the Hague are for bidden to peak of that difafter in any manner which furniflies matter for conjecture that there are certain reafons for not tracing out its This morning the hereditary Prince of Hefle Darmfiadt fet out to view North from whence he will repair to and then pafs over to Letters juft received from by an eminent who has favoured us with the by which we can aflure tfce that the Ruffian Embaflador who had been fo long was releafed the th of May and efcorted all poflible honour and refpeft through the Turkifh domi nions to is a confirmation of the accounts lately received of preliminaries being By the fame we have had advice of a dreadful fire in that which in the fpnce of thirtyfix hours confumed upwards of five thoufand amongft which were five hundred Extracl of a letter from Jifiie Gone out of the harbour to the Afia man of King and the Fa vourite loop of is come into tKa tn go into 11 tr T Captain man of with the other mips under his fell down to Helens and is to proceed this day for his nation in who has feen feveral letters in the public prints complaining of the great expenccs attending the eaval review at Portt that the people of this country are never to be fatisfied when Sir rJward Hawke prefukd at the the univeriul complaint was now that a is paid to the condition of our the complaint i extravagance fo that whether their expectations are or fault muft at all events bj and nothing be right which is an operation of YeiKrday at the Court of Common Council held at a further hearing came on relative to Mylnes petition for an addi fain of money above what he had con tracted for building Blackfrars It was propofed by the gentleman who firit made the to allow Mylne more but after fome warm debates for and again ft the the court and the majority were again ft the That the Lord Mayor of London had former ly full power to regulate or arlize the prices of appears by the following extract of his official oath You ft ill fet good keeping upon the aflize of and of all other and of weights and meafures in the faid doing fad and due execution upon the default that there frail be according to all the fhuures thereof not It is that this truft has been neglefted for alinoil two cen the framing the above during the courfe of fo long a the hm plicity in the various articles of and for a long time fubjecl to be were gradually changed to quali which render it aim oil im Eighteen horfes in the property of the late Jennifon were fold by at laft for 6144 guineas the principal buyers were Lord and Chriftopher Blake the latter purchased the famous horfe Gnawpoft for 700 Yefterday a motion was made in the Com mon by the counfel for to put off the trial between him and the other Patentees of CoventGarden Theatre till Michaelmas After a mort and reading an it was ordered ac morning a fire broke out in the houfe of in Golden the greateft part of which was con The fervunt to in the Little who was fhot by one of the men that broke into his miftrelss died on Wednefday night two of the it is are and diligent fearch is making after the Hutchin remains fo ill with the that her recovery is doubt All the family who faw the above fellows think they were Laft week one of the fifhing boats at Bright helmftone was overfet by a violent gufi of when one of the men was unfortunately drowned he has left a wife and four which the nobility and gentry there have humanely re lieved with a very generous Wednefday night two gentlemen in a poft chaife were attacked on Stamford by a nngle who robbed them of a fiber a gold and five Vvedncfday afternoon fome perfons got into the veitry of Pauls and ftole three hats belonging to the Minor who were performing the fervice Yefterday a young woman was ftopt on the road leading to Battlebridge by a iingle who firft ufed her and then robbed her of her hat and and fix hillings in RIVER LEE JiEREAS the feveral Cuts and Locks for the Improvement of the Navigation of the River Lee are now fuck Occupiers of contiguous to the faid who have re ceived any Damage arc defer id to fend their Accounts offuch to Clerk to the Truftets for the faid at Her in order that they may be laid the Trufttes at a future BEN R I V E R W 1 1 H A OTICE is hereby That in if an AS of Parliament in the Secant Year or the Reign of his prefent for ens Draining and Preserving the Loiv Lands and F by the River Hit in the County of and far Reftoring and Maintaining the Navigation of the faid the Annual Meeting the General for Drainage be held at the Tovn in Baft on Tuefday the Second Daj of Jafy ly Eleven o1 June BANKE Clerk to the faid General poifible to fix a temporary ftandard for adopting on re to hii and fettling their numerous market prices The fudden fall in the price of meat fee ins to be a full proof that the fear city we complain of k and not a real Enquiry ihould be made into the The Royal is now abfohuely fixed for Thurfday the 25th of Orders relative to that ceremony a few be iffued Several foreigners of high rank are arrived within thefe few and many more are ex x to fee this fuperb Laft at eight by at the Lady Lucy only tlaugnter TAJ s Grace the Duke of and grand daughter to his Grace the Duke of at Efq nephew to Earl and brother to Sir James of to Mifs eldcft daughter of Thomas Efq of Wedneichy at of in Montgomery to Mils of At near Kingfton upon John E q poillffcd of an eAate of i per Clerk of the Briefs in the Court of Chancery at James of the Train of Mr Baron John and Mailer of the White Hart in the woith upwards of A C A R HORN SEVERAL ftudents of Oxford and Cam who intend entering into holy or preVent their moft refpecVul compliments to and deiire him to give them a hint which of the bifliops it is that has got an infeftlovi As Home has received fo much injury by the given they by his friendly to efcape the To thofe who have the CARE of Dentift to her Majefty and the Prfncsft begs leave to that he has from long and repeated thit one principal of the iofs of TEETH early in is a neglect of them when in the of childhood proceeding frcm an opinion that they are roo tender to bear cleaning and being thoroughly fenfible that his ESSENCE of PEARL will not do ifje Jeaft injury to the teeth even in their tendered Aatc on the is fo very that it will keep the gums of children from bting atYefted with the preferve the firft teeth from premature and present thofe fwelled faces and fvere pains in the teeth ro which they are fo much fubjeft about the time of fhcdding them that it will certainly render the fecond teeth Wronger and coniequcntly contribute very greatly to the beauty and prefervntion of tham throughout their whole lives he therefore thinks hvmfalf warraoted in takine the liberty to recommend the ufe of hts E Ten according to the direftions given with as foon ss the firft fet of teeth is which is genwally about the age ef two The Effence of Pearl is fold by Per in near the bottom of the Hay market 5 and by rppofite thi Isdia in Leadenhailftrest no wktre die the TF NICHOLAS late of JL in the county of will apply to Attorney at in Lincolns or to at Fakenham afore he may hear or Fortunes greatly to his advantage left him by Samuel Leggett his ctnifin late of Colfcirk in the faid Or if the faid Nicholas Leggett be any perfon giving information and can prove when and where he died and was fnalf be rewarded for their He was apprentice at in and was larf heard of in To be SOLD Together at Prime or under THE RESIDUE of the STOCK in TRADE of the late T H O M A S O SW E L L GOLD SMITH and in SHREWSBURY Alfo the WORKING TOOLS and UTENSILS to the faid Bufmefs to be The SHOP which he handfo is to be LET It is well fitnatej near and may be very the workb in the n If any perfon is inclined to treat for the Shop and he may apply to John in Cheapfidey who can inform him of the fituation and heretofore carried There is a at the ho convenient for the fomely fitted t up To be SOLD by At the SHIP and in H 0 R N DE A ii t1 c Countv of on MONDAY the of JULY between the Hours uf Three Five oClock in the LOT A PORTION of GREAT Part of the GREAT T i T H I s of the Frifh of in the faid heretofore let at per but now in and held by leafs of three lives rf liii Grace the Duke of the releived rent of which leafe is now and the lives the olduft and the youngeft 22 years of LOT A BARN and THIRTY ACRES of in the faid piarifh of of the yearly rent of held alfo by leafe of the fed Lord Duke fur the three under the rclerved rent of LOT TWENTY NINE ACRES of ARABLE and TWO ACRES of lying in Catherington and COMMON of PASTURE for 75 Sheep on Catheringtcn of the rent of held alfo by leafe of three lives of the faid Lord under the re fcrved rent of two of which lives are For further particulars enquire of Humphry of Catherington John of Eurytsn or of James Attorney at at in faid To be SOLD by By BARTHOLOMEW in On MONDAY the xyth of J u N z and the following ALL the and Valuable FUR of the late Efq at his late Dwsllinghoufe in within three miks of Bedford confuting of Fourpofr and other Bsd fteads Bedding Feather Beds Chefts of an exceeding good Clock Carpets and other GlaiTes j good Kitchen and Brewing The whole may be viewed on and Monday morning before the fale which will be exaftly each day at eleven after which time each will be fnut and no further viewing but as eachv lot comes to be Catalogues may be had on Monday the loth inftant at the Sun at Hitchin at the Bull at Luton Hart at Shelford j the Crofs Keys at Neots j at Johri Shorps at Silfoe j the Saracens Head at Newport Pngnell the Sun at Bigglefwade at at the White London at the of file and at in BsdFurdy I I   

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