Saturday, June 29, 1771

General Evening Post

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 29, 1771, London, Middlesex irSri rj i sfi 1 lr K fc i Twopence t i i I v yv t at in ijsJkrfo yLettersbf Intelligence are taken in ta JLiCHARisbK 5 ft dre Corherbf Effexftreetin the Strand C Fo in and NO where thdfe tvho chufe to be art the Royal Ex r of jtixe H I S day the Baron de Envoy tfkotdirtfiry from the King of a private of hetifyi death of the late andj to deliver his new cre dejttials The Ring has Been pleafed to Knight off and Governor in fChtef LeeiVard Carfbbeej the room of ft K R JJ P T late iiTNorth but now ofLand Merchant to appear July and Auguft at Daniel of Baker to appear July Aiiguft ICY atirbe Greyhound ahdShaksfpeare in Charles of Scvernakel near July and Auguft at John to appear Julyiij at the Mid ia Dividends to be Jury John of Throwfter and at JuJy Thomas of at Jury Garrett of at July John Riibrough and Thomas of Brieklayers and at July Matthew of Hertford at Inn at the CroWh in Thomas Swafedsisj at the Kings Armsi Jarries Angier of at the in the Market i at the 15 Ctrttfcylei to he Jsl 20 Jchn of John Clarke the of Ccthnal of of SHIP JVKE Wind Arrived and re his Macfiys fiocp frori the JrrrE Wind Oame down and the the for j for few 5 del for anJ for GR A VEST the Boulogne ffm Boulogne Georgej from Eaft Three from Arrsfttrdam Parker and from Gcerni j froraEinbden 5Young John Qroningcn From r ongcn Roan and from At frcn the Grenades and from At from Av fjom DrF from South At Barforu 5 and frcm In the from At jrom and L O N D O the Earl of his Ma Jeftys ScCcaries of let from his for his feat at in Bt fides trw many legacies given by the of we he has a legacy to Lord another of and another to the Biflifp nf Jbc and Revererjd Brownlow lferjhrhalfhiother to the is ss our public the youngeft Bishop fcnown in this kingdom the late Arch bifonp of Canterbury was no more than thirty wkiiqiin poflefliortof the See of nqfr withfranding he could by no means boail the nBprrted to the abovemcnticiied One day isit week the twelvLJudgcs witft Chancenor his houfe in Great By a letter from is advice of the Eari of his the Horn and Shad Kis Under Secre fetting otit from thencefor Madrid on his to that It is that by a fpecial exprefs arrived af his Excellencys Mdufchin theHuf Tian Embaflador at our intelligence was bronghthim on Monday that all the maga zines of and at had been totally burnt to together a fourth or fifth cf the whole which is the metropolis of the Ruffian The Ruffian Mini try inllantly went to difcover the daring and flagiti 6us in lefs than fourand twenty they found a Frenchman drefled womens apparel this difgniie led them to fafpe5l he might be the They put him to the and the vile wretch has confefled the 1 Extraff of a letter the We learn that the melan choly news has been received there from Cura ot a terrible earthquake having happened lately at town lituated on the north coaft of the ifle of Cuba by which not only the greateft part of that place was entirely it is by this fhocking CARMARTHEN John and Edward Auguft at Car Auguft at Haver and County of the fame at Auguft at County Borottgh of fame at A Irifh Lord has lately won the at the Mncarony This gain is in the fpice cf months An ample revenge for conftant of his ere he was admitted a member or the Yefterday bctween fvir nnl fire a lire broke out in the Co of at which in of the with a tity of and hccp raid iflcewiie a of beer in the cellrs under it to Felix and and feveral adjacent buildings were much It was next to a miracle Joiners Hall yvas not as a fhed full of cafks clole adjoining was afl On and the roof had fallen in foie 7ny engine could come to play upon The morning was with the wind at which providentially prevented it doinp any more there being no buildings on the South fidequite to the Had the wind been any where about the the damage muft have been much as not cnly Watts but many more muft Have been How this happened conjecture can as part of the family wenfinto the fhop late in the which is their conftant to there was no fire leftin any of the u hen ill was Watts was preferved by the vigilanceof the John to be Afliftant Builder of dimming to the command of the Cruizer to the command of his Majeftys iloop the at Georges John of to widow of the of in at a Difienting to Mifs of Kentiili at of to Mifs daughter of Haberdalher in the A few days Captain of Cariibrook in the Ifle of at the Van de in Amos of in Lincoln fohn igth Lady iditt of the late Sir John Her Ladyfhip was fifter to Sir Johtt of near u at Hert fordfhire rdlft of the NOTICE h hereby Given THAT the HERTFORD BALL ASSEMBLY will be on MON DAY the 2th of this in the New Aflenably Room in the Shire at By Your humble To be Peremptorily Purfuant to a Decree of the High Court of be fore Samuel Efq one of the Matters of the faJ3 on Tuefday the i6th day ofjluly betweea the hours of and fix in the THE MANSION HOUSE of the late Sir JOHN FYTCH dccezftd called CHAUNf in inthecourrtr of The Garden belonging to and which con tains lipvards of fix is laid out in and fcas s grave nd bowlinggreen in There hefiuei other Two Fifli Ponds near the well ftored and a Piece of water of aluirt two acres within two fidch of the houfs with a Grove of Timber Trees and Underwood hanging tawarUs the There areupwards of 116 Acres of and Aralle Land irj cluding the garden and lying together round the Alfo a MESSUAGE and FARM called the LOWER fituateci at the foot of the Upcer with upwards of 70 Arable Land 1 here a confiderble number of fine limber Oak and other Trees on both the exclufive of thofe in the The premifes are all and delightfully fituated OB a rifing ground in a dry healthy within two miles of the of of whfth and the adjacent country many agreeable efts are commanded from the has plentiful poft goes within a ihbrt diftance of the houfe to and from London every day in the week but one and a md machine or every day in the except on For further particulars inquire of the faid Mafter at his Chambers in London i or of Attorney at in W H E R E A S the R E P O RT of the WHITE LION in being SHUT is a Malicious the Bnfinefs having been is carried on as ufual and it is the and Travellers will their and they may depend on the moft grateful by Their moft obedient BELTY By the KINGS price only Aiiorncd with an accurate whoJefiiect containing a Suney of rlie Road in through Long Norwich from thence through ALfham to on the coatt cf Norfolk from Kcndal in through and and Cocker mouth in from Egremond through Win toCarlille in a Survey of theRoad from Kings through S waff ham and to in Alfo with a fine Print of the Great or Golden and an elegant Plate of the Arms of the ftode Family of Earl of Car all thtkbeautifully engraved on UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE Jt OF K X O LEDGE and For J U N N U M B E R Printed for the in Pater near Warwickline and fcld by all the Bcok feiiors and Where may the 47 neatly bound price halfbound any Cngle number from the at About the middle of this month will be The SUPPLEMENT to fhe Fortyeighth Volume of the U N j v E R s A L Tvi A c A zi N with fevcral and a complete Alphabetical This Day was price To be continued Embelliihed aad illuftrated the following elegant En thu Sjljedls cf which A good Portrait of tbe accomplifhed Mifs An approved Liksnels of the celebrated Politics Muiigo A fise peripective View nr the of tiie Adclphi in Durham from the and executed in a maircriy by au eminent on large quarto plate J NUMBER of THE TOWN and COUNTRY MAGAZINE O UNIVERSAL REPOSITORY of Y b T R U C T 1 N and E N T E R T A I N M X For J U N with the ufual variety of original and im portant Hiftorics of the TeteaTere or Memoirs of Mifs and Caiifes of the prefent Female A Tax propofed upon A living Recipe to mske a Modern The Puniflmient of Creduliry a moral Defcription of the grand Front of the Adelphi Real Sex the Chevalier Detail of theTranf aftions at Guildhall on the Eleftion of The XXVII Behaviour of Lord Vainlove en the laft Two Briflolian Aaecdote of Account of new Books and Poetical Foreign DomefHc for near Johns Gate where fetters to the authors are received And fold of miy te biti any The GENUINE ORIGINAL This Day Price to be continued A and elegant Pattern of Lsdys to luit the Apron and Handkerchief given laft A pifturefqae Reprefentution of the Game Chefs founded on an interefting talc moft beautifully engraved from a mafterly of the celebrated A new written and lent by author of tfie Paftoras fortbe entertainment of the and by J NUMBER for Of THE LAD Ys M A GA J N E Entertaining Companion for the Tin i7 their Ufc This number A Semiinefltal throngH by a 6f Fcotes new Comedy called The Maid of Mutual an oriental Memoirs of younglady of Family con A remarkable Story from the The Literary Sophia and her Five The Happy Man aa oriental Les Deux The Game of and the CheckMate a Foreign Home of the 14 a great variety of other Printed for Robinfon an3 may be ha J theten firft aal where letters to the authors are This day was with an elegant moft beatitifulJy en of the portraits of twe ancient andtwo modern la famous for their uncommon takiits and the Emprefs Madame and the celebrated Corinna being the nrft plate illuftrative of the Ladys to be continued in this Alfo a curious allover pattern for a ladys for which a patterndravver would alone charge two with a table of two courfes for the month of adapted to the La or epers Calendar and a new by a lady of fet to myfic by Hooke NUMBER XL for Of WHEBLEs LADYs O EnTERf AiNiSfe COMPANION for the FAIR Appropriated fokly to their Ufo a nurrtber of Tae Lann celot Temples through France and Italy An oril ginal Letter nevvr before by Lady Wortley Mon of A New to be continued The FEMALE Ari authentic Me moir of a Certain Lady in the The Art of Paint ing Flowers from InftrucTHons for netting A fingular account 6f an extraordinary An origi nal by Lady French Veries by the Chs valier Printed for at ana luld by all the Bookfclkrs in town To the I ftculd be wanting in juftice as wellas in duty to the I not take every opportunity of Certifying my gratitude for the very liberal with whuh the and particularly the have honoured ia the conteft which I have been obliged to maintain tha proprietors of aSpurious lately fct to prejudice that of the Original rrry indeed keei s pace with their as at the vtry time they thanks to tbe for having decided our difpute ia their they brought an aftion inthe Kings for lers than two pounds prelendfd damages theyiiad fuSataed by the faccefs iul lale and nniverfal genuine continu ation met So inlatualed indjed do tliey appear to be ift the profecution of their and oppreffive nofwithftanittng the Court of Chancery within a few cafe exactly in direftlj they frill perfevere to put me to and to firpport their iniquitous and illegal to pre asfaras in them the circulation ef my Magazin in the different parts of tne Confident in my own and the Juftice of my nppeal to the I throw rnyfelf on the candour of the public not but they wil fupport the caufe of induftrious all the arts of opulent infolcnce aAd rnalevokiiS J While the Combination amonj the booklellers the Ladies who would chufe to phafe are ddfired to be particular in theil orders for the Magazine they encourage the being rejoefle4 to infill on having WHEBLEs LADYs MAGAZINEs without tliey will be Muffled oft with what wokfeiler may think it his to fell This day was Elegantly printed in and illiiftjated With THE HISTORY of a VOYAGIS to MALOUINE FALKLAND 1763 and undfr the Cofnrnaijd of de Bougainvilfcj in order to form a fettlem nt of TWO VOVAGES to iheStKAITS of MAGELLAN j an Account of the Tranflated fpomDonPiR n z T YsHisTpsicAt JotJS writfen Printed at Chaiing Crofsj and Pauls ChurchyjttiV Where may be 6fte A J U R N E Y into S t B E R I I BjCrkr of King of

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