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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 20, 1771, London, Middlesex Xwopence From T H U R S D A to S A T tJ R D JUNE Sold by at in PaternofterRbw where and letters of Intelligence are taken in antf thofe who regularly with apetequefted to and Letters from 1 Ghi Charinffcrofs WvSH ROpiHrR Bobd v to F RID ESTERDAY warand whichlatelywent froiri hence to bring up thfc troops arrived Satur day an exprefs came to tmvn from we has mght for thek Immediate return thither again fince the convention with there is no bccafion for their going fer vice for which they were defignedw tnay At meeting of the Freeholders and other inhabitants at Faneuilhallj on Tuef day there were 410 votera for reprefen tatives when the following gentlemen were James Trromas Samuel and the John We have from that fterfing had been found out of the which was when the Granby floop was every as lately New May arrived hereinthirteen days from the crops kre fo bad that they will fcafce make an eighth the fugar that is ufually made in one feafon at thut 7 CO N t fc Y NEW thr Jttfte i This corporation hath prefeated LcfdLe Defpuicer and the Mqoiague freedom of this town in a June arrived here man of Admiral Montague alfo and Taaier floops of all boundja the Weilindiesr June The Lizard frigate which is arrived from with and other yafieBgersqa tinder The which is at Spit from home on account of the Yorky June Trevor pre fented to the different or in iince he came to the W S H I P N E W JUNE Wind Came down and remain with the for Oporto S Dobfon and King of for Cadiz forHalifcix Kirby George 5 for Came down and lailed the for Jifcw York and for Arrived failed for the the Sinclair an3 Jamaica j from G R A v 1 s E Ju N E Paft the Queen of from f ron Stettin and upd from AtDover Clark Packer and from Antigua Hcffernan and fraro Jamaica Colihon j from Bofton from and EndeayourjCUlandj from Soyth At Portfmqvitb s from from At Bitfeyj torn Liverpool and At Carolina from Glafgavv and from from from At from At Antigua William and from L O N D O Yefterday of out for to vifit the ftate of the dockyards arfd hipping there from thence he propofes to revietv the Royal College at and then to where he will in fpe6fc into the fituatrrtn of the and thepefVolf hlsMajeflys i the of fome of the dotfkVards it appears there are 60 fojps of forimiriediate Ycfterday Borders for one of His Majeflys yacrifS to to carry his Royal Higfeaefs Prince attended by of trfe the on a pafty of to view minority Kniglis of the Garter Teem pJeafed that late1 Eiirl of Halifaxs blue tibbon was U of 6f tne iame order feenr rather that hwas not tofne Ancafterl agreeableto fbnnef fir the thin of the xourriers at the iriveilment of his Royal High A letter frojm the Hague dnted June On arrived here the Prince of who will fet out in a few days for Letters from Dominica mention the fafe ar rival there of Sir William in the fhip William and Young and that Sir has taken pofTeflion of the government of that It is that Lord is preparing to fet out on a tour to foreign A paper of a very unpleafing yefterday morning taken down by the Duke of Graftous fervants from his Graces Yefterday the Marquis of Rockingham fet out his hoafe in for Went worthhoufe in Court of Confervancy was held for the county of Surry by the Lord Mayor at Marguretshill afterwards his Lcrdihip held a Court of for the county of Tavern in where an was vided tor the gentlemen who attended his Tuefday Robert Efq and were both admitted to the Livery of the Com pany of Framework The incorporated iociety of Arhfts of Great have purchafed a large of between Exeterflrcet and the on which amagnificent and other ilruciurea for the ufe of the fociety are to be An ingenious artift in the coach bufinefs has found out an expedient to make ufe of high frontwheels without a by which he caa turn an angle or corner withmore fafety with wheels five reot high than by the prefent cuftom withwheels three feet The improve ment is and may be adopted without expence it confifts only in fixing the perch boh one foot Gentlemen who adopt wheelsfor the of expedition and faiety will order the axles to be made qaite ft and tiie traces fo fixed to the fplinter bar they muy become pait of the line from the axle to the horfes breaiL the Romifh who was condemned to perpetual hnprifonment in the KingsBench was on Wednefdar laft broirght Court of and run pardon read to rn condition that foufte n diys after hs hjwill quit the and not return whichIK readily agreed to he was bound himfelf in a penalty of and two of hisfriends in of Tuefday a young daughter to a gentle man of foitune at jcmped out of a pair of Hairs and broke her hos the reafon fhe gives for commiiting this rafh was owing to her beiag difappointed in marriage ftie owns that flic had attempted a few days before to drown but not meet with a proper took the above method to end herdays but fhe is thought to be in a fair way of the reward of offered by Go the parilh of Chelfea promifea fur ther reward of 50 for the better difcovtring and bringing to jultice the perfons concerned in the robbery and murder at to the Command of his Mnjeliys fliip the a at of 64 Robert of to Miis Dorothy of New William to of Edward nt to widow of the late of at the Curate of to Mifs Hanfon of uncer the Royal to Mifs of at Michael late MafterAttendant ipf his Majeftys at at Jpnathan formerly an officer in thefiorie at Peamore near relia of the late John and mother to Richard Hippillcy of Parliament for the county of Potafhmakers in formerly a I z 3 3 4 hotrfernan of tnis A few dajrs ago at tlbe kight Lady STAMFORD C E June for fiveyear was won by Millwards bay Spavirts Hubbards Doge Lentons bay Sally Wood Tutngs bay The for and was won by Sir SedleyVgrey Qreylirlg 31 i Lenttfrf s black Black Prince 123 PattifoVs Silver Tail 232 The 50 for was walked over for by Sir CKarles Sedleys chefnut CHELMSFORD June the for of ditFerent weight was won by Lord Marchs Rofiter Crofurs Precarias Adams rSurrel Daniel Milhvords Lord Spencer Hamiltons bay horfe Fiddlefiring June the Tor fourvear u on by Stroads Mrttens i r 1 S 3 2 f 2 3 4 S 3 2 Farnhams bay Elliots bay Hutrell To thofe who have the CARE of Dcntift to her Majefty and the iri bjtgs to that he from long and repeated that one caufe the Icfs ef TEETH early in is a negitft of them wien in the ttate of childhood proceeding from anopinion that tfcey are too tender to bear cleaning and being thoroughly ftnfible that ESSENCE of PEARL will not do the leaft injury to even in their tcndereft ftate on the is fo very that it will keep the gems of children from being affefted with the will pjreferve the firft teethfrom premature and prevent faces and farere pains in the teeth to which they are lo much about the time of that it will cwtainly render teeth ftronger anji contribute very greatly to the beauty of them tfTroughout their jives he therefore thinks himfdfthoroughly warranted in takingthe liberty to recommend the ufe of ivCOiciing to thv dirfiftiivnsgiven wrth asfcon as the firft let of teeth s which is generally about the age of The EiTence of Pearl is fold by Bnyley Per in near the bottom of the Hay market and by oppofite the Indi in Lcadenhallftrcet and no where elfe in To be SOLD by At the in H O R N DE A ih the County at Sou MONDAY the Iirft Day of y between the Hours of Three and Five oclock in the LOT A PORT ION of GREAT Parrof the G RE AT TITHES of the Purilh of in the let at 4oL per but now in and held by leaf of three lives of his Grace the Duke of under the rtlcrved rent of which leafe is now and the lues the older and the youngefl 22 years of L T A BARN and THIRTY ACRES of lying in the faid pariih of of the yearly rent of held alfo by leafe of the faid Lord Duke for the above three under the rcferved rent of TWENTY ACRES of ARABLE and TWO ACRES of lying in Catherington and COMMON of PASTURE for 75 Sheep on CatheringUm of the yearly rent held 3 lib by leafe of three liyes of the faid under the re ferved rent of which lives are For further particulars enquire of Humphry of Catherington John of Buryten or of James New Attorney at at in the faid For the SCURVY in the aid THE general from their experienced virtuesin above GREENOUGHs Two Tmftures have and the great demand in havingoc cafioned perfons fo counterfeit Gice noiigh begs leave hereby to give in prevent fuch on and injury to him fe he hus form of the bottle into an obleng and affixes on each a with the following prepared by Thomas and that none what are in fuch and fo The particular properties of the Tirffhire for the Teeth and Gums that it cleanfes and takes off all foulnefj from the and pre vents fafttnsfuchasare fintirejy cures the Thcfj genuine TinSures are by tfie at the Kinpsarms and Peftle jnd and by Francis New the Bible North fide Pauls price i each been pubUfted from tiipe to the of a nambarof petfonsof imdcnibred refpefting the efficacy of Jamess its repntatioh above all other difcovered in the Cure of FEVKRS iDf every INTERNAL as well as other Cotns alfo Low a fits of proceeding from flow and is miftaken for VAPOUKS and aniTthe demaad for it maiiy orffubffittrte counterfeit preparations in its piejit highly tho totljfl credit W the original it becaine an real concern to guanl againft the publie are therefore defirecl to DireiSiohs of the Genuine Powderare figned Jamess atKl that it is fold anJ retail byFRANC f i NEVVB E J u N fonly fon the Jato H Joha who bequeathed his in and fole right of vending thefaid Powder to his faid fori alone at the Bible on the Side of Pauls Cjiirch where only o the North door of the As there is anothfir Francis Newbery at ntr of Pauls Churchyardj which is rhe continual in the direabri of Franoy finds it tolirforri the that the Ihop he keeps fs the irf his late father always carried on his as above and that for fake ofcreating a he the word fo liisNanre By the K I N Gs PATENT For Disorders of the Stomach The M AC H I C L O 2 E G 1 THE extraordinaryefHcacy of thefe whioh haveafforded iMnite w liefafter tfie Bath andTimbridge waters have in known to anj further They the beft remedy that perhaps dif covereJ for all Pains of the Stomach ffxed or wancterfhg likewifefdr IndigerfTons and Weakf ncfs ofthe Stomach as alfofor cold Want oC They takeoff alltha many perfonsare to after are an immediate cure fry the HealtV bum from whatever They are very agreeable to andhythe tife of them many per fens have their digeftion ftren as to be abLe to eat or drink any could fcarcely venture upon rnnocent Sold only ficceflbr of tfie JohnNewberyat and Suiv n ChurchjTtrd arid by Bailey in Che TURLINGTONS Original of MARTHA Widow of WILLIAM Iste nephew and partner of Mr RO BERT and MARY ncces now fucceflbrs of Robert Turlin inventor and patentee of that moft exceliern called TU3LlNGTONs OriginalBALSAM beg leave to inform of and the public in that they carry on flu as the old the Kings in nenr the Royal Exchange per fons may be affined of havinc the ORIGINAL GE NUINE BALSAM of as heretofore as together with tlie faid Tjrlingtbn had the of the fame for feverat ye i i nor are there any other perfons whatfoever therewith therefore the public are degred jobs ful that tliey have the True and Origin of which is fold in bottles at and wrapped up in a direction for tacing the figned with the hand writrng of the Wra and Mary without which you riiay be afijred thuy are notorious fome perfons prefuincd to de upon the of they are lawfuIybecome pofljjTed of ilie receipt for making the above Balfam of Life this is to inform the that the late Turlington never ofthe re ceipt for makirvg the faid Balfam to any perfon whatfo exceptto the above Wraj and to whom he left trnde by will therefore ail other pretexted Life are not the genuine but a uad bafe and may ba of the worft confenuen ccs if At In L O N G A C R Jeweller ARE S O L t THE Famous SUGAR PLUMBS for Twelve pence a or one plumb for a or three doken ANODYNE N ECK L A CE price fingle an by dozen After the WEARING of tubicb about the but ONE baai immtaiarelp CUT their TE E TH tvitb ivbo tefcre on Brink of the Gravdicitb tbeir etlj procceding from tbeir and have miraculottjly A L s or The Fsmbas GTJMOPEN ING R E let out TEETH without Price only withdireftions or fix parcels for to prevent any the authors ANODYNE Purging in SECRET C A s E are fold at at BurcheUi aad no
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