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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 18, 1771, London, Middlesex v Price Twopence From JUWE to T H U R S D A at in PaternofterRow where Advertifements and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who dmfe to be regularly jferved with this are requeued to apply Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by RICHARDSON arid at the Exchange oppolite Dunflans Fleetftreet at the Corner of Effexftreet in the Strand the Corner of Charingcrofs New Bondftreet j COOP in and NO I JUNE From the LONDON June HE King of Sweden made his entry into Thurf after having dined at the lait a mile and half from where the Queen and the Se nators had been invited to dine with A triumphal arch was on fion at the expence of the city and the people in general expreffed the greateft joy at his Ma jeftys and accompanied the coach from the to the in fuch that it got along with The which his Majefty received all who have paid their court to cannot fail to gain him the affection of his said of every one who has the happinefs to be admitted to his Yefterday the King appeared in the Senate for the firft where his Majefty repeated his aflurancesof governing according to and of uGng his beft endeavours to render his people happy and that every body may have eafy ac cefs to he has fet apart an three days in the receive all of what tank who defire John MuncKefter and James both of Ratcliffe Butcher and Partners appear Ttrly and at the White Horfe in Copper Idtn of Warehonfeman to appear June July at William of to appear June July and at William of Grocer and June and July at the Kings in Inman of in the Parifli of York Merchant to appear July and at the White in Dividend to be July William of Inn at the White in Upton upon Jjly el rice of Malfter and of Meal and Flour FacW Ann of Parlow Mather and William of Silverfiniths and COUNTRY Jxxe Saturday was launched the a new floop of of which Baines is appointed Arrived at his Majeftys frigates from Gibraltar and the from with LieutenantGovernor of Gibral is come home June Thurfday laft the prizes annually given by the Chancellor to the Univer of were adjudged to of Univerfity andMivChriltopher fellow of New College for an EnglHh effay on the advantage anddifad vantage of foreign the tor an Englifh of on the love of ones This week the Keelmen nere have made a or as they call it a which has put a flop to the coal trade they fcave alfo influenced fome of the Pitmen to leave The grievance they complain of is faid to be owing to fome erccled near from which the coals are run directly into the hips the keel dues are thereby June few days fince John of returning nqme from between nine and ten oclock in the was robbed the road near the Camp by a fingle who took from him which being a poor man with a family of could very ill afford June i We are informed from that on Tucfday laft two a jaan and a were there and cqSjiinitted to beccks charged 06 a ftrong fufpicion of fttaling a whpfe friends rffide In The childis a girl about eight years of and appeals by drefs behaviour to be teelty Brought to belong to perfons of The above were a few days fince aEEreheuded at but there not being proof they were difcharged foon after intelligence being received from they were and committed as SHIP JUNE Wind blows No fliip in the Paft the Loyal from Dunkirk from Groningen and Seven from At Dover Duchefs of from New York and the from At Amfterdam Amftcrdam from Saint At Dantzic Henrietta from At Genoa from In the Downs from At Bremen from South Carolina and At Grenades Amitys from At Halifax from At Boiton from At Jordan j Willis and Richard and from At Leghorn from AtHolyhead Mury and from At LinSon Maitland Howlett and from Newcaftle j from Liverpool Admiral from Falmouth and from At Corke from London and from At Virginia from At Liverpool from At Cette from At Vincents from At Madeira Mackintosh Frafer and from At Rhode Ifland from At Philadelphia from London j and Prudent from Yefterday Alderman Wilkes made following motion in the Court of to which that Court unanimously agreed That the Loid or Sitting upon complaint made before him of any per or fufpefted of en grounded be empowered to onreft the boUU of this city to profecute the offender or oftender argued the behalf of the which the Court gaire judgment unajiimouily for the immediate difchargeof read nineteen affidavits agajpft the Marfhal of a certain for ufing the by ordering his men to fire and feveral affidavits in favour of him againft the Extraffi of a letter from the June By latters frorriParisr dated June ve are that the King hath nominated the Duke Secretary of State for foreign and that he has actually begatn to exjr cife the factions of that Count dAMeri is jtrit fet out from the for in order to meet Lady it is expects his arrival All the naval force of the Turks is now col lected at the Caftles of the The head Engineer is a who made a con fpicuous figure in America in the lait war be tween France and Monday the Home Was expelled from the club ot Yefterday the remains of the late Bimop of Durham were carried out of attended only by a few of his Lordfhips and interred in a private manner at Glyne in Serjeant Major of the Firft Regiment of to be Captain Provoft in the in the room of at Ha Thomas of Ca to Mifs Henrietta Utinter of at in Edward to Mifs niece to Alderman A few days in to of the Three in Thurfday fen at Walcot near Robert at the proprietors of Sher locks late Lord Bimop of fennons ihewed caufe before the Lord why an injunction which his Lordihip had granted them againit the vender ot a pirated edition of thoie fermons ihould not be difTolved his Lordihip was pleafed to continue the fame till the hearing of the caufe and took notice of the iniquity of the Defendants ii any perfon might at a low a ipurious incorrect of a work belonging to any or his and whereof they had printed a correct hand fome edition that the injured proprietor could have no other remedy than an for to account to the complaining party for the profits of a pirated which had been fold much under the price of the was The Court therefore was of that the right of the author to his copy was an common law and that it was not but only by 8 Laft Friday judgment was given in the Court of in the caufe of the King againft De The cafebriefly was this At the Wardmote held for the Ward of Far ringdon on Thomass De Mierre was chofen and he being a naturalized by act ot Par refuled to take upon him the that he was not by reafon of the claufe in his naturalization De Mierre was thereupon und the indictment removed into the Court of which came on and was tried in at and a ipecial verdict found by the Jury for the opinion of the The matter was very learnedly argued by counfel ori both fides in Michaelmas and Hilary Term The Court having taken time to advife the Lord Chief Juftke delivered the opinion of the that law naturalized are not enabled to take or ferve any office of civil military j and judgment was given accord ingly for De Yefletday Serjeant of the Royal was brought up to the Court of Kings on an in the cafeof Smith of which he had been previdufly of Leigh fpoke for the discharge of the urging ttuf he law legal groundsfor thifr Vincent lately arrived from the Same in an advanced at his houfe at William a gentleman of a very opulent fortune in the county of Lak of a violent of Rich mond and on relict of he above of the fame which fhe caught by attending To the and Freeholders of the Cmnty Palatine of FINDING that federal confer able Inter efts in the vchicb I hail reafen to flatter tnyfelf would have been in favor of my fon John frtm unforefeen connexions I am induced to lay ajtde my intentions of offering him a hoping thereby to pre ferve the peace of this extenjive and trading I ever retain the Jlrongtjl fenfe of the favourable intentions of tkofe who have fo Kealovfy offered their ajpjlance on this I With the great eft Your much Humble June This fhould have appeared in the Paper but it was owing to a To be SOLD by At the SHIP and in in County of on MONDAY the Firft Day of JULY between the Hours of Three and Five oClock in the LOT A PORTION of GREAT of the G R E A T T i T H I s of the of in the faid hereto let at per but now in and held by leafe of three lives of his Grace theDuke of under the referved rent of which leafe is now and the lives the oldeft and the yowngeft 12 years of LOT JJ BARN an3 THIRTY ACRES of lying Ln the faid of the yearly rent of held alfo by leafe of the aid Lord Duke for the above three under the referved rent of LOT TWENTY NINE ACRES of ARABLE and TWO ACRES of lying in Catherington and COMMON of PASTURE for 75 Sheep on Catherington rent of held alfo by leafe of three lives of faid Lord under the re ferved rent of of Which lives are For further particulars enquire Brett of Catherington of or of ames at a in the To be SOLD Together or at Prime or u THE RESIDUE of the STOCK of Ae late THOMAS GOLD SMITH and in Alfo the WORKING TOOLS and the faid Bufinefs to be Sold SHOP which hi fitted is to It is well fmiated near tlfe and may be1 to any oXe who is mafter of the working is not ond pro feiTcd GoldftniHiand For further particulars enquire of in If any perfon is inclined to treat for the Sliop afld he may apply to John in who can inform him of rhe fruation heretofore carried is a at the fliop conveniSht for the EURFORD ON MONDAY rhe of tne KINGS PLATE of ONE HUNDRED1 for fJVey three Same 4 SWEEPSTAKES of Twentyfive fubfcribers having property in or Oxtordffiire by colts to carry Sllies one fourmile Lord by Fettyplaces bay Snap out of a Blank dam by bay KyOld England a Regoilus Lord Chedwonhs bay Lordfliips own dwn by Duke of of arid Efq are but have not TUESDAY the FIFTY Give and Take aged 14 hands to higher Or weight in allowing for an inch aged horfes to give 6ib to fixyearolds to give and rjvcyeajolJs to give 10 the beft of three Same a SWEEPSTAKES of Twentyfive by fouryearolds j colts to 8ftk fillies one fourmile Vernons cnlt Pantaloon by oiit of Shaftos Curiofity got by Bolingbrokes bay by dam by Lord Orfofds bay by Dapper out of a Regulus Clermonts bay by Squirrel outpf Lord Cfrofssbay colt by Snap out of a Regulus Lord Cravens bay by darh Ogilvys Gracchus by a fon of dam1 by Coxes chef Don Felix by Gibfons Arabin outof a Blank Foleys bay got by dam OKellys bay Catchpenny by dam by got by Snap outof a Blank Lord Grofvenors by Duttons brown by Old Snap out of a daughter of Old Sir Wynnes by dam by Pigots by dam by calledLady Blakes bay Quill by Marchs Drummer out of Domitlans This dated from Newmarket the zotb of and received by the poft the zydof December Marchs bay colt by Wildmans Babram out of Cullen nomination dated from London the 24th of December andreceived by aneipreis the 25th of December Lord and Efqj are but havenotcaaed On WEDNESDAY the FIFTY POUNDS for and aged horfes aged horfes to carry iixyearolds fiveyearolds the winner of the Kings three fourmile heats Ori THURSDAY the FIFTY POUNDS for fouryearolds colts to carry 8fti fillies the winner of either fweepftakes to carry two mite The fame Day a MATCH between Coxes horfe Mafter and Lord Cravens horfe ne iburmile heat for The fame Day a S WE E PSTAKE S of One Hundred Guineas half one two mile Sir William Guifess Coxes Lord Cravens bay Every that runs for any of the platesy to be ihewn and entered on Monday the of at ftand upon the faid between the hours of threeand fix in the before fuch perfons as flialf be ap pointed by the fteward of the And all run for the faid ftall conform to the articles that wUJ be produced at the time of entrance and if any diiputes as to entering or to be determined by the ma onty of fubfcribers unconcerned and prefent onthe And no lefs than three reputed running norfes tofrartfor any of the above plates if only one horfe enters for any of the above he fliall have ten and his trance money returned and if but two to have five guineas and their entrance money AnA1 each horfe that if pay one and to the clerk of the courfe if a pay three and to the clerk of courfe or double at the Each horfe fo fhall produce a certificate of his age and at t time of And every two hall not beobliged to ftart for a To ftarteach day at oclock The an
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