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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 2, 1771, London, Middlesex Soldy KS 4 and Letter3from C nef of JEixftreet iittheStraad Fey fc the Gorftfer of GraigVcourt NO WHERE w E 6 A I s the LONDON GA Gfice of Canterbury tiamed Ern hi Serefte Highnefs PnutrErheft of Srelitz in peribn his Highnefs Maurice of Saxe Goth reprefenVed the of Lord Chamberlain Majeftys Houfhold and her Serene Hieiss the Hereditary of HefleCaffely fented by theCountefs oi Jfy Prince of Royal Highpefs Prince Frederick refide at Rich Kfew JaJy far the Coirs of njpiirmng ph Tkurfj day for the late jKing aifo for late Serene Highnefs Prrttce William of Saxe TJvfe ladies to wear black or coloured or and or svhite and black ribonfe irtett to wear black ami black or plain whitCj or white and or white and liufF waiiicoois full and bjttokk Monlay the 8th inftaht the Court to Yeftefday and this feveral dreadful areROvviappily A tind ibme oi been burnt among which are the fiotel the corps of Marine and a in which however there were fortunately not above pood of in G to the Britilh is far from con The luc their diinger was Tery as itniTUisfsixines of gdods weree with v i N K R ft Pj Dealer m Cattle fc to appear July and Angiift July ta appear ttnd j York Butcher to appear Augufti at the Three Tans at the July JoJin of Angel in of at IS1 Fan JalyAjl Jeremiah Hern of Middlefexy1 Euttoa Selktj at Certificates to it July of Berwick Thomas Samuel of Fan John of Haid waremaa and ICejIerday arrived a Mail from Letters from Smyrna that RjlThms have takena Upon the coa of where they have burnt two men which were upon the and eighteenFrench and Venetian laden with and other declined for Conltanrinople QirantOy Juns They write from Conftan that towards the beginning of month fome Raifiaa frigates biigan to bombard the Gallic of June and Another are taken by the Ruffians in an action which they had with the Confei and fold t6 the VOTIBP Count Spaiehav1 yune Piotrowfki and wcre discovered by parry whichhad been lent fearch of in a play ing at cards witfc feven was I otdead in hishand j thee others C t T A N We hear Borrow i that laft as a country in ISer paffirig fomef cattle a towards and gored her with Vn fuch terrible notwftMattdtog i inatcer the buli would not ftir fffrm the fpot frheVe hefe tifl hehfmelfSvas Irnocked Wevdonot hear wf c tlR V N E vv This jnornirig the troops j froTIi on board the late from Mahori and were Inforin thj day been that giXes us the ftronge reafon to be that Jf direS the Cblleitors of caltle and Sundedand to allow Ijo bevinvU fend to be given the impqrtef J 2for the pityiricht of high u Sahiroay Gordon of man of by his atidfix of his went in the boat toj found the bar but falling in with the they endeavoured to turn the by which it the and rowers were E W Cam down and SHIP N JULY Wind the for JLLY the from liibon rrora Pettrfctirgh Richard and from Narva j and from Stettin Charming Hall and from Hamburgh Kitts Marl from South from Gufcrnfey from Jamaica Lore and Unity t Ealtefley j and from Riga froai Stettin fLom Kitts Brow from the Grenades fromAntigua from Dover froini AtSirttin V At Hamburgh from South t A f f Stsngate Creek from At Hull from Stockholm fromMemel Jane and from Bremen and from At Dublin from At Portfmouth Little CarpenferJ from Rotter J In the froni At Maryland fryra j L O O An exprefs is arriirod from the Dtike of iv that his Highners perfonally to his HigJinefs will therefrse by A houfe is iafen at Rwibrtuidr toutigabus the Ithe two Princes of Meckleri Yeiterday came on in the of Common Pleas at before Lord CMef Jufticeds a caufe wherein Debofre and Mafon were and Joha of a patent obtained by for rhvent ing certainenguies and tools for cutting the and making womens hats of the fame fort as thofe imported from Italy in which faid he againfl the dint for making the faid engines and took to damage 500 1C but the were it aot being proved that Debofre was original inwshfor Wednefday at threa oclocfcin the 4 farmhoufe at not far in with At that tinie a perlbnin the fields oblerved he lightning to up into a very great htightj Uke a pale pillar of The lightning ttrufik which was fafteued to a lacge by ait iron bar that went round whieh remained and all the chimney was entirely beat down from thence it wentiirto a eiofety the door of which being it forced off the off the two middle as nicely as if worktnaa bad done andimnailed the ford board on which the lock was befpat tering the all over with briraftone jtneXf took its direction into the kitchen ran over two foiling tnem fiirt of fticky fubitancef and of a it tore to pieces a large over the mantlepiecey what is raoft on the mantle pieee llood a braft tobaccpbox ot whiah it neyer fbed but mixed it with opined its lid j flung bac wards an old vroman whx fat by and threw back a chiW joard all over the kitchen a up feet from the though a fjplinter was forced into the cage it tect but did riot move or throw teacups on the k difcqloijisd a and broke a beam it did or alter ijkad back of he tore chirnjiey all pieces ta be and it pafled out way t flung neareftwindow out aatj cracked feveral panes of thd if tftey been Ihot with fnall maid near the houfe door at juft going out with her right it ftruck her down with fuch that fhe fenfelefs from three oclock till ten at night it gave her an entire difcoUmration all over her cheek burnt all her clothes off her right and they appeared of a ve net file nothing of Uie nor did any one in the hearthe till it ftruck the it founded like the eirplofion of zt large andfilLd the honfc with a fmqke iijid icent a gun the Thereare aiiny other pccurrcnces worth re but it will too John Minor Canon of to the Rectory of Witii the of Dodderiham in the diocelc oi Robert to the Rclory of at to relief of the late Charles John of Abercam near to daughter of Efq Gregory of to of John Efq toMifs of Efq formerly a Turkey Merch at aged Elizabeth wife of John Zephaniah Efq in New John Efy formerly a Captain of to the Wordy LIVERY City of L O N D O PERMIT me to return you my fincere thanks for tti honourable txftimony of your ap expteft by your unfolicited appear ance in my favour at the latepoil for remain filent under the ungenerous and attacks upon ut a time I was rbrth as a candidate for your would be to enumerate and refute the particular frliities which have been agairift wbuld be too much upon your The pretended extract of e letter from Co has with ibTmich iiiduftry been copied into almoft every public will clearly am on 5 ft numberkfs other inftan what diihonoarablc lengths party fpirit may be carried by artiul and deigning On this will be iufhcient to ailure lwas inLondon nt the mentioned in the forged nor did there ever hap pen anyfuch diilurbnuce as it Great pains have been taken to pruve me a Minifterial Hireling and the publication of Robinfons letter to bmith feems to given weightto the The detection of vlin1teriil raeinexprefliijie pleaiure and me to hadI been before defirous of ferv ing the Jarrjhappier in being rejected by the than returned under fuch undue in as I equally dtfpiie the character of a be it either to a Miuifteror a With the public in and the county of IVtfiddleTex irr I lament our jured rights of and affure you my beft endeavours fhalr never be wanting to obtain a and honourable redrefs of io grofs a vio lation of tnir fhe profperhy of this city fiare tVfcfbeeo the objects of my wifh and if at time my contiucl has proved repugnant to I yoa will attribute it to an error iiimy thaa a defeAiou of my 1 gratitude Your devotctl fathfiI PHI LIP n S TI K L AN REtainirig rooft grateful the many Favours he whilil the begs to aequamt tie he if ronoveJ W epinmdaious ftie formerly known name biit now the and iB the genteelaft witS beft he fumes t6 folicit will Tberr htwrilile j H ER E AS the RE tlie WHITE LION in being SHUT is a Malicious the BuiTnefs having been and is carried on asulual 51 and it is hoped the and will costume their and they rriay depend the rrioft grateful by Their moil obedient BEtTY To be SOLD by By Mr P O N At NEWMARKETon WEDNIfedAVnext SEVERAL Valuable BROODMAlfRfc and which did Bdpni tt tnV late J E N N I SO N S ft A T Efq j v To be viewed Wratdog from Bourne and nine j at Newmarket on theday of which wilt begin prexifely at Twelve Catalogues to be had of in1 near Ruflel Covent Garden S U F F O L Ki To be Q L Purfuant to a Decree of the High Courtof be fore Samuel Efq one of the Matters of the faTd on Tuefdaythe i6ih day of July tke hours of five and fix in the THE MANSION HOUiE of the lateSir JOHN FYTCH cJlrf the UPPER fn the of The Garden belonging wblcb con tains upwards of Cx laid oat in an4 has a grove and bowlinggreen in ate befees other Two Fiih Ponds WcTt and a Piece of water of about two two fields of the with a Grove of Timbet Trees and Underwood hanging towards the upwards of 116 Acres of and Arable cluding the garden and waters lyinjr together round the Alfo a MESSUAGE and FARM called tke LOWER CHAD N fi mated at the foot of With upwards of 70 of and Arable There are a confiderable number of fine Timber Oak and other Trees on both the exclufive of thofe in the The premifes are all and deligffrfuMy fituared a rifing ground in a fne dry healthy within two miles of the town of of wWch artf the adi ace lit country mahydgfeeabte profpefts are comrriasded from the has plentiful marketsThe port goes within a fhort diitanee ofthe houfe London every day in the week but one ind a and machine or every Jay except on For further particulars indnireof faid Mafrer at his Chambers in j or Attorney atr in SOLD by PUBLIC By Order of the Affienees of the Effeifts of JOHN ROBIN the City of a on Tin SPAY the Sixth DaV of Auguft the Rein Deer in tbefaid City of between the Hours of Four and in upon fach Conditions of Sale as ihall thea be AF R E E FT 0 L E S Confiftisg of the following A Latelyerefted Caj MANSION RED with Two Gardens Well planted a Dove ano fuitable for a Family ji fituated in the of in c of within two miles Clift whichcommands an extenfive yi and at a convenient diftance from the pike road that leads from Lincoln toLondon and ready for the reception of a fa A FARM with adjoining upon the faid two contairiing the about 370 acres together with One Cottagij Offe Toftfleady and a fmail Plantation of Trees growing in pne of the faidt clofcs now iii the occupation of Thorras who will the For further particulars of Charles of in the county of Charles of in the county of Elq Mr Ecftace of Lincoln Adignees of the faid Bankrupts eftate and effefts f or of at wflo has a plan to Jbew ofthe i i x In a feti days will are Seftion of the Her A TD THE A Northumberland BA In Printed for i and Leacroft fuccelibr to u
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