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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 22, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Price TWoperice MtTRRAY w i 0 in 24 M O N D From the L O N D O N G AZ E f TM t f H E have iatel adtjed to o f the mountains of a certaiti is about to pafs through Poland to join the Ruffian ifimtf Jtme We are this the Imperial troops are already on their for where the Erti petpr wittf ajfemble an army of which to the frontiers of in order to ob1ij3fe the belligerant powers to accept The uke both of ge iniddk The Pitmen belonging to the Collides about are gone work tljf to fweil to a height than hasten tnofe O of quantity of and with Aat fome of the fmall bridges in the country have been entirely fwept It is thoughtthe produce of corn will be greatly leiTened this as the grain is fo much beaten down the This would not only be a very tin fortunate circumfiance to the inhabitants of Drefden and this but alfo to many other parts of which are now reduced to fuch a fcarcityof bread and provi r and mhiirrer yeilerday took their feats in i f I T 1 in confequence of their being appointed uia known In the Paris now pay their to the The torrent brought down fo great a i i been an infurreftion ijt Clermont whee fome Millers houfes have been and their mills deilroyed by S H I P N E W in fome parts of the Electors that tbe workmen in the mines at Freybcrgh iave threatened an infurreSion anlcfe of corn is JIM The KLmg hasoeen pleafed to order a Gpnge dElire to and Chapter of the Cathedral of for a of See the fame being void by the death of Richard And alfo to order a recommending to the laid Dean and DK John now Bilhop of Litchfield and to be by them chofen Biihop of the faid See of June The King has been pleafed to order Letiers Patent to be pafled and iflucd under the Great Seal of for the promotion Robert the of Killaloe ao4 alias now in his Majeitys difpolal by the deathof The King has pfcafcd to grant unto Thomas Patrick the place and dignity of a Prebendary of thecollegiite church of void by the refigna tion of Robert late Prebendary Catpenttr to appear June July and Auguft at Chriftophcr of Golden Crofs Merchant j to appear June July and Auguft at Henry of Bethoall Merchant to appear June July and Auguft at John of Great Dealer to ap pear July and Augirft at the boufe of Anthony io Dividends to le July Robert of High i Com at July Thomas of Grocer and Taiiow at July William of Cabinet at r cjuly of on the at July Samuel of at the in jnly of Derby at the Blackmoors in Certificates to of Bays of Rus in Urbe Garden near Moorii Since our lafl arrived a Mail from May The Ruffian who lately arrived has published a declara tion of her Imperial in which fhe fxprefles her deep concern for the deplorable firuation of this unfortunate and defire of coutrihuting to the reiteration of peace and tranquillity in the General is juft fct out from hence with a great number of Copies of the i mentioned in order to difperfe them among the and to confer with their Chiefs on the moft efficacious means of putting an end the troubles wfrich this The pacific views of the Em prefs of Ruflia appear to have made a preffion on the who confjder the ftep taken by Count Eranicki as a happy and to fee peace and Aplenty revise icitwr June If a may 1e credite a body of hlen i Wind Came down and fhe floop arid for Sailed for the the Wefton from Wind Came down laft nijht and the Britannia Eaft and India Paft theConAant Darling Three Wright Three Sipithj j Three Heningfbn j Thomas and from Norway Morant Craig and from Virginia and from Guernfey from Grace from the Grenades Parker Clark and Blue from Antigua fromBofton Cambel Keith White Hefternan Sinclair and Orsij from Jamaica frojfp Waterfordj Bradftaw and from Oporto from Rotterdam from Spain London from Bourdeaux Duchefsof Wynn and from New York Zeler Ofnngton y Young Dowzair and from Stettin Charming from Cork from South Carolina and Pruffian Herbert from Briftol from Jamaica Con from Gottenburgh from Colerain and Sally and frooi North John and from Sarah Drew i from Brifiol ana from At Jimaica from At Antigua Lovely from At South Carolina from Briftol j and Charles from At Pcterfbnrgh Ilippon Keddy Street Tindall Generous Brown Noble Abbott Sinclair Tindell Brown Kemp j Laws Randall Noble Baltic Reed Mockett Grigibn White Re Stannock Fathers Moorfon Watfon Jackfon and from London Harrifon and Wild bore Cook Hindsnwdl Holland Brown Hugall Dueflberg and fram Hull from Yarmouth frum Lcith from At Virginia Eafton and Banon from London frumWhitby and Neptiane from from Riga and Sally from from Early on Saturday morning his Serene High nefs Prince Charles Lewis Frederick of Meck lenburgh fecond brother to her arrived in town from and in the afternoon he waited on their Majefties at the Friday a difpenfatipn pafled the feal to enable the William Hay Chaplain to the Earl of to hold the Reclory of in with the Vicarage of in worth per The Townfend Vicar of is collated by Biihopof to aPrebend in the cathedral church of ExtraSl of a Letttr from May According to advices received here the Grand Vuir haih received ordefs to remain peaceably in his and not engage in any hoftile meafurts till furthec inirructions ihall be lent to letters from dated that a report ftrongly prevailed that the Princedc one of the Princes of the died that tThe prices of fifteen guineas given an flually by the Reprtfentatives in fpr ib ot are adjudged thjis to Coxe of and fenior and to without any further The workmen have begun the bridge over the Thames from to an aft paffed fprne years Thg bridge is built fiom Batterfea Ferry to the end of the new ftreet adjoiaiog to tbe Moravians i Friday night fonie villaias rate the garden of Highnefs JPrincefs Dowager at deflroyed all deemed a very a Carman was loading fome goods Grocers a gentlemans houfe nrar whofe family was going into the a foldier ftood by ob were put in followed the cart houfe where they wereto be de the carman if he ihould help him was confented and the to fee the goods carried forin the cart was the foldier returned to the gentlemans houie in the Grocers laid he came for OHJS of the particular one for that there was a miitalte putting up fome wrong goods the let him take but the fup pofed miftake not reQified the next an the fraud was dif Grocerhaving taken fome of the fearch was made after on Saturday was carried before the Magiiiraies in and com mitted Saturday as fame boys were near a houfe repairing in Chriits a Iheet of top upon two of and r N i y E R June tertfi tht tf Pariiamtnt for improving the of tbe That the onjke Twenty fixtk Of Jmt inftavft be itaifyto be paid at ary t7tae after that Day BUfiken im whiteHart LotaiartiJreett London an4 ivM be delivered ty Tbomet at kit Cboiden in to tht ff Veral or their refiffftntattves m tbtir producing tbe receipts for tbe Several payments cording to the terms of the fvb RIVER That of the fer the River Lee htld by adjournment on Monday Day of July at Ten oCkck in the Axtwerf near the Reyal m WH EREAS the P O RT of the UON being SHUT Is a Malicious FALSITY tne Bufinefs havmg been and is carried on as ufral and is hoped the and Travellers eontuuc theu and they may depend on t Their weft obedient BELTY T R E E T I 6 L O N D o Humbly begs Leave to acquaint the and OTHERS T r i f i ne has taken the K At Hull of Horfe Greaadier in the room of John to be Captain Lieutenant in the Sixteenth Regi ment of in the room of Samuel Knight to the command gyp the a guardfhip at of the room of Jordan to the command of his MajeuVs fhip the Kings in the room of John to the Rectory of Somerby cum near in worth per his the brother to Sir Wlliam Member for to the Living of in worth per vacant by the iranilation of the Bifhop of Litchfield and Coventy to the See of MMrit I nt Georges Henry of to Mifs Elizabeth of at Kenfmgton Edward of Copthall L which fitted a neat and genteel manner for the reception of all thofe who fliall pleafe to honour him with their where they may depend on being ferved with the beft Liquors of all and may be allured of having good with the moft reafoifl able charges and that he ftall always to the utmoft of power make it his by his affideky to merit the favours conferred on POST COACHES and POST with good Horfes and careful to any part of A Machine goes to and STATK LOT and TRACY Stock Brokers At their State Lottery Lombard Strecf RE now felling Tickets and Shares of Tickets by at the Weft in Halves E8 and Shctyl Tickets carefully regiftered and and the earlieft eccount of their fuccels fent to any part of the world were fold and A Shares fold at this office will be examiaed gratis Not two blanks to a The lottery will begiri drawing on Monday the jSth of WHE GEN JIM Rl A S aPlECEof Halfell GENOA COTTON in the 33 two 30 yards marked at one end J W and fijumi and marked at the other end J half was STOLEN beuyeen the hcnm of 10 oclock at night of the andthree oclock in the rooming of the izth out of a Cnft adjoining to a Djfiwji at the bottom of Long Mill within and belonging to Harrifon and Huughten of the fame place TLis h therefore to give Public That certain information has been received thatZWjW Janes an itenerant who travels the country with itecxiags and other articles thrown over his flioulcjers in a banmade ofcoarfe was one of the principals concerned in Dealing the laid pieceof Genoa by perfonally ing the faid and forcibly tearing up the faid piece from the groundbooks That the faid David Jones is about five test five inches and a half and broad black with blackift hair tied behind with a blagk curled a little on each fide his head down on each fide his cheeks in the of That he has been in the in General Brudttieirs and has been Aot through the right a little above the with a and is now an autfsnfiottr on the Cbelfea Hofpital Thpt he wears a green with pearl and y iiwrlc or nob of filver in the middle of each a blacK waiftcoat and with buttons of the fame and is about 4 5 years of And all Juftices of the Peace and Coileftjrs of Excife are requefted Dentd if be YhouJd come before thern at Day to make the to receive hit halfyear any pcrion or perfons vho fliall apprehend the fiid tjoffty fo that he Hull be conviSed of fhe faid felony be inHtled to the reward of Fivi froa in dje have tickets and fent them by remuting at fight or ftort date oa London rarffl it they remit niore than the may depend it fhall be punctually paid to their order The money will be paid for the of prizes as ss drawn this A To be SOLD by By Order of the Affignees of the Eftate ani of JOHN late of the of Lic7tJ a onTtfZSDAY the Sixth Day of Auguft at the Rein Deer in tatiaid Citr of between the Hours of Four and Seven oClpck irf the upca fsch Conditions of Sale as Aall be FREEHOLDESTATt Confifhng of the following I A Latdyercfted Capital MANSION taUrf RED with Two Gardess well planted 3r u Stables other Out Officei fuitable for a Gentlemans Family fitiiated in the of in th city of withiii two miles of the Cliff which commands an extenflve Viewof tfca and at a convenient frorh tflfn prke road that leads from Lincoln to London ROW and ready the reception of a A FARM with StabH odler all ln good ftanding near laid capital Manfionhoiife and feveral Clofes Pafture Ground lying adjoining upon the faid two containing irt UK about 370acres together with One and afmall Plantation of Trees growing in one of clofes 5 now in the occupation of Thomas Haal will ftew dw For furthw particulars enquife of Charfci Ciapfi TathwiH ia the county of Charles M in the county of Bfaj 4ifligBtes of fail Bs or Attorneyi to itew gf the   

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