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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 25, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N t O Price Twopence From to T H U R S D A JUNE by a f IntelHgence and Letters from are alfo received by RICHARDSON and URQJJHART at trie Roval Dunitan s Fleetitreet at the Corrier of Eflcxftreer in rhpSrrsnH u A Charingcrofs New Bonditreet COOP in and NO WHERE ELSE JUNE From the LONDON June r de theSpanifliMi nifler at this returned hither Madrid and the next day de the new Frenrh arrived and has had his firli audiences tkis morning of Taylor j to appear June July and Auguft at James of Martin in the Book feller and Stationer to appear July and Auguft at John of to tppear July and Auguft at the White in WicBum Dividends to lie July Benjamin Rickmas and Henry of South Meal and Flour at of Mary le Carver and at Joel of Serge at Wine in Certificates to le July John of William Townend and Jamei of in the parilh of George the Clothiers and John of James White and John of Martia ia the Surgeons and Yefterday arrived a Mail from June The Holy Father hath pur chafed far i 500 ducats the celebrated ftatue of which was preferred In the hotel of the family of Verofpi and he hath caufed it to be placed in the New Mufeum of the June Notwithstanding all the at tention the Government hath beftowed to clear the as well as tht of the multitude of poor with which this kingdom is great begin to appear again in different It is prefumed that the houfes deftined to receive and maintain and to provide them with are not fufficicnt for thofe COUNTRY June There is an order juft ifliied from the that no calves or other live cattJe hall be brought by veflel from the weft country without a cocket and June Letters are received from the on the coaft of which The Firlt and Second Lieutenants of the Rainbow are and the Captain of the and the Third Lieutenant of the Rainbow is made Captain of the June We are advifed from near that a child in that neighbourhood being out of its mother gave it a fmall button to play which the child putting into its it got into its and ftuck fo faft that all affiftance to remove it has proved fo childs life is defpaired The mother of the child was at that time and fo big with child that ia a few days after fhe delivered of which both as did the mother the day We hear from in of a very melancholy deaih lately in that neigh being was waited upon by fame upon entering his were alarmed by the fervants informing them they had juft heard a report like that of a piftol from his chamber whereupon one of the a imme diately ftepping up to the found him weltering in his with a fword in his and a blunderbufs on the with had fliot The character of Colonel was that a wellbred and approved SHIP JUNE Wind Arrived acd failed for the the Draks from Came down end theDuchefs of for Paft the from Fleufburgh j aad Norway from AtCowes t Fathers from South Portfmouth Royal from At Cork from Liverpool and general from Eroprefc of At Dublin from London j and Happy from At New York from At Kitts from London and from At Virginia Royal j Charming Camabyj Danby j and from At Scandaroon from At Gottenburgh from China and At HuH from North At Virginia Waterman j and Ann and from At Kirkudbrigfif from At Holyhead Lovely from At Antigua General from London and Orders are given for the Royal apartments at Richmond to be made ready for the reception of their who propofe removing there next We hear that Lord Weymouth has a promife of the firft vacant if he mail think it worth his Laft Friday arrived at Northumberlandhoufe from her Grace the Duchefs of Nor accompanied by her youngeft Lord Algernon Sydney and on Saturday they fet out for Extrafi of a letter from the June i We are that the Charge des Affaires for the Court of Madrid at this repub had a private a few days with Regifter of the States General in which the former communicated to the by order of the King his that his Catholic for certain folid which he referved to has that for the future he will no longer permit any fri gate of war of whatever to enter and water in the ports of the Spanifli as they have been heretofore accuftomed to do and at ttrs fame time required Fagel ta inform their High Mighcineffes of this rcfolu that they may inftrucl the commanders of their frigates deftined for the Mediterranean Sea This unexpected meafure has oc cafioned a great confternation Lady has been here fome days 5 Count Ai is alfo N O R T HW ALES The Dairies James Auguft at Anguft at Car Auguft at CHESTER The John Meretoit and Taylor at Auguft at Auguft at Auguft at Yefterday bread was ordered to be continued at the fame as we will be laid before the Sitting Alderman or three notorious Foreftallers and who have lately infefted Leaden hall and other markets in this Obeliik in Georges Fields was entirely and the fciffolding taken There is juft now going to blow in the gar den of at near Bromley in a Carnation that is thirteen feet and a half high it lands on a large is green and leafy all the way up the and is efteemed a very great Yefterday the 33d commanded by the Earl of who had been reviewed laft week by his Majefty upon were at his particular aflembled in Hydepark on their march to Portfmouth where they again exhibited all their new as light Infantry their quicknefs of motion and and various order of is really aftoniming and their whple exercife and beyond parallel and ex ample in any troops in the They paired the and defiles quite up to Ken fington and back again through the by the powder with as much agility and as if they had been unen cumbered with upon a regular in open campaign country here they formed in an the Indian and fired in Upon the the performance was and highly merited the juft applaufe of his Ma the Duke of General Count de aiui many other General In the Journal ae Scavans jAbbl de Aitronomer of the Marine at who returned fromthe Eaft Indies Jaft where he made many aftro nomical antf during his voyage tried the lunar method of finding the Longi tude at fea by the Nautical and Hadleys and found it anfwer always within a degree of a great y i withio twenty mJj now ordered by the A Jmiralty to prepare for another diifon to the in order to perfect and the method of finding the Longitude at He is to take Barthotds tinekeeper with on former trials anfwered very a good Hadleys and every other inftrument necefiary to make excellent not an expedition of this kind equally worthy the attention of the Britifh Admiralty Monday a fire broke out in a Carpenters fhop at the end of which confumed the a large pile of feveral outhoufes and Yefterday about one as formerly an eminent hop merchant in the was croffing he was fet upon by three armed with who robbed him of his a and fome with which thev got clear Laft Friday a wealthy Farmer at attending with his cart and team in repairing the was ieveral times affaulted and ill treated by one an Irifh without any provocation at length on a repetition of his ftruck Caiikdy a which unfortunately killed him on the The Coroners Inqueft have brought in their verdift Monday as a Clerk to a Banker in Lombard ftreet was Handing among the crowd in Guild he had his pocket picked of his pocket luckily for contained only one Bank note of Monday Richard Jones was removed from to anfwer at the eniuing affize for the county of Somerfet to a charge againft him of ftealing ttr property of jofeph John to to the Vicarage of with the Chapel of Eaton in worth per 5ri Oxford James Lady wife of Sir George R I V E R NOTICE is berely That a Meeting of the for the River Lee will le held by adjournment on Monday the Day of July at Ten dChck in the at the slntwerp near the Royal in Clerk to th June WHEREAS a PIECE of Halfell GENOA COTTON in the 32 two 30 yards marked at one end J and figured and marked at the other end J about half was STOLEN between the hcurs of jo ociock at night of the and three oclock in the morning of the nth out of a Crof adjoining to a Dyebeuft at the bottom of Long Mill within Man and belonging to Harrifon and of the fame place This is therefore to give Public That certain information has been received that David an itenerant who travels the country ftockings and other articles thrown over his in a bag made of coarfe was one of the principals concerned in ftealing the faid piece of Genoa by perfonally enter ing the faid and forcibly tearing up the faid piece from the groxndbooks That the faid David is about five feet five inches and a half and broad black with bkckifh hair tied behind with a black curled a little on each fjde his and grows down on each fide his cheeks in the form of whiAcersv That he has been in the in General Sruiieneirs and has been foot through the right a litte above the with a mufket and is now an Mtptnfioner on the Chelfea Hofpital ertablifhment That he wears a green with pearl and a rapk or nob of filver in the middle of each a black waiftcoat and with buttons of the fame 5 and is abotft 45ycars of And all Jultices of the and Golleclors of Excife are requefted to apprehend lire ford David if he fhould come before them at the approaching Day to make the cuftomary or to receive his hairyearly And any perfon or perfons who hall apprehend the faid David that he ihall be convifted of the faid fliali be intitied to the reward of GojKIAS frorrt be faid Hertjfen w W HEREAS the RE WHITE LION in O the Bufinefs havmg been and carried on as ufualj is hoped the and Travellers oonnmre and they may derend od the taoit grateful by Their moft obedient Servant in PHILIP STICKLAND REtaining the mod grateful Sfenfe of thi many Favours he received whilrf he th begs leave to acquaint the That he is removed to large commodious houfe in the fame formerly known by the name of Georgej but now the ANTELOPE and having lifted it up in genteelaft with the beft he pre fumes to folicit a continuance of his friends and the publics which will ever ba thankfully by Their huiitble PHILIP Good POST To be SOLD by PUBLIC By Order of the Afiigrjees pf the Eftate and Effedls of JOHN ROBIN of theCity of a cm TUESDAY the Sixth Day of Auguft at the Rein Deer ifi the faid City of between the Hours of Four and Seven oClock in the fuch Conditions of Sale as hall thea be AF R E E H O L D Corififting of the following A Latelyerefted Capital MANSION caildt RED HALLt with Two Gardens well planted with a Dove Stables and ail othet Out Offices fuitable for a Gentlemans Fdmily j pleafaatly fituated in the parifh of the county of the city of within two miles of the upon thei Cliff which comman3s an view of tihfe and at a convenient diftance from the great turn pike road that leadsfrom Lincoln to London aownia and ready for the reception of a A FARM with aijl other all in good repair fending near thp faid capital Manfionhoufe and feveral of arid Pafture Ground lying rogether adjoining upon the faid two houfescontaining in the wnote about 370 acres together with One One and a fmall Plantation of Trees growing in one of the faid clofes now in the occupation of Thomas Hariforij who will ftew the For further particulars enquire of Charles of in the county of Efq Charles in the county of Efq Mr Euftace of Lincoln Aflignees of the faid Bankrupts and or of who has a plan to mew of the To be S 0 L D by A U C O At the SHIP and ia H O R N DE A in the County of on MONDAY the Firfi Day of JULY between the Hours of Three arii Five oClock in the LOT A of GREAT Part of the G R E AT T j T H i s of the Pan A of in the faid heretofore let at per but now in arid held by leafe of three lives of his Grace the Duke of under the referved rent of which feafe Is now the ftves and the yoiingeil 21 years of ace LOT A BARN and THIRTY ACRES of in the faid pariflj of of the of ijly hdd alfo by teafe of the faid Lord Duke for the abave three under the referved rect of LOT TWENTY NINE ACRES of ARABLE and TWO ACRES of lying in Catherington and COMMON of PASTURE for 7 j Sheep on Carherington of the yearly rent of held alfo by leafe of three lives of the laid Lord undtr the re ferved rent of two of which lives are particulars enquireof MrrHujhphry of Catherington John of Buryten or of James Attorney at at in the faid This Day tuas In FOVK VOLUMES price OnePound Two THE CHIRURGICAL WORKS O f P E R C I V A L L Surgeon to Bartholomews Printed fcr and at This Day lua Of which the Difours Preliminaire was given ia onr laft LE3 MYSTERE5 du CrTRlSTlANlSME APPROFONDIS z T RECONUS Le Nom de LA VERITE declarera fur chaque Jeiliiiet 40 ce quelle feule en a diftc le content a celai tfuf le met au jour II devoit ce Tribut a fa que demandoit cet a neceflite fa divifion tri PARTIES Chaqie Partie un La ire develope LHISTOJR EGENES A DU Bafe des faints qui conftitiient des Lazdeedaircit aihfi EVANGILES DE JESUS j Bafe de nos 7 SACKIMI de tous nos fit de touws lei Q de notre LoijWcwveUe for the
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