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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 4, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L ON Price Twopence From T R S D A JULY to S AT U R D JULY by at in PaternofterRow where Advertifemsnts and Letters ofvlntelligence are taken in j and thofe chufe to be regularly ferVed this are Articles of and Letters from Cor are alfo receive Fieetftreet of bspiet n New Bondftreet C OO and HO at the Royal Exchange Comer of p F R I D A JULY COUNTRY N E N eminent at Ackworth Moor near was very lately married widow lady of Melton M ow i n Leite fl er at her re he intended to make place of his future accordingly o fell off his h on hold goods onTuefdnylaftj hut on the morn to tbc grftit furprife of all his he was found hanging in his r P the DrXX Jtrtr Wind Arrivtd and failed for e the Emerald man of Came down and the Virginia J Mary and forNewfouiidland j and for GR juiT Paft the ftWB Jamaica j from Amfter dani j from AtXev Yprlc YflrJ from At Maryland FueMittift froilj and from At Liverpool T from Barbadoes 3 and Bairdj from At Ainftcnianj Great Duke from with the City Remem waited upon his Majefty at pleasure when he would restive and Peti agreed upon the at the Commonhall they above two hoars had an audience when his Majefty appofnt at two forltbwiag is a the Knights of the ofcie Oijdef of ihe who at the next to fill up ftalls vacant fiace the loft feisftoyal Fnnce Iiis Royal HifthnefiPrihce Bifhop of bis Royal Highntfs the Duke of his Serene High nets the Duke of fcJe Serene Highnefs the Prince of Duke of the Duke of the Earl of Albe nnd Earl Wednefday the Enfigrts for the inlialtation tverc carried from the Heralds office to 1 hcinftallation of the Knights of the Batji is fixed for the 8th of Oftuber in Wcit Ixrra8 ef a letter from Jyh was a Court Martial on fcur rm Cnpt of tbe going into Cadiz without oriers when it apjjearing to jhe that lie went there for a new or to repair his old lie was honourably Yeflerday bis iith regirjent landed at Stokes and this day the and zjth and part oi the three regiments will be landed1 nnd at from the tranfporta lately arrived from the Sailed vhc Tartar man of war for New A feocnd more numerous and ahk thaii that in the is fitting ofltat This does not look and Bull have given orders for bulding two very elegant John is appointed Under Sheriii to and aho to In the very height of the poll on Monday at a young woman about decently made her appearance leadiug in her an aged ot about to vote for Alderman Wilkes when they approached the H the hall reibiinckd with frbuts of the alter he had given his they were recon duited by the with rhat affeflion and which fomuch public virtue the office it afraid bie inhis iffiie a warrant and all vy One day laftvveek a gentlenjan iu Jermyn thatwoiild be chooght a great connoiireiir in weiit feal engraver in the and aflccd if he had by a particular antique head faid but I can make you one Do mwh fend it It was accordingly the was 70 new way of 1110 dernifiag aiviquity One of the intentions of as Sheriff is to diiplace Serjeants at Mace and Bailiffs afcer one year in The Common it is are raucli offetxied with the late Cjurmnon tor voting the pieces of plate to the threi popular Adermen it is that the dif burfemeut of the city rclls wholly in ihem and not at in the diicretiou of the Yeiterday came on at Drapers hall the election of a Reddr of Michaels in the room of the late Arnold for which there wcro feveral when the Curate of Mary in having the majority of was declared duly Wednesday the Parliament of the Middle Temple agreed on an addrvfs to the Benchers of that fociety for the cxpulfion of well known for his great contention agajnft the legality ct iinpiibnmcnt for iellerday fcnnight came on to be before the worfhipful John at a caufe of or brought by a perlbn of Uiflopfgate againft his tur adultery bv her committed the Judge was pleafcd to pro nounce for the Yefterday the caufe depending between John one of the Clerks of the and his two brothers refiduary Legatees of William Moore and the only aHJng executor of Thomas Tryon and William was tried in the Court of Chancery when his Lordfhip pleafed to decree that the faid executor charge only the net money he inilead of 7 with as contended for by him his anfwer Jt Is a general prevails at the v eftend the and tSe appear afraid that Wilkes lorne deiep by wishing Ip ardently for not prevail Kim homeland having rQptfetejil aflijMnces oF his ok recovered and began three or four 1 aft fhe hit ripofi the favcuriie which when he expreiSjdhis hut the jnouiued the anddrove her not quite to but within a door or and to be excafedf going any The lady fufpofled got and going pay him his would not ftay tpr take wilhing her that he had already txen paid the pleafure of c armi g a Foote receivedahe following letter byi be poft M f A L TeJlay 1 If yon continue new caiid The expert fome dire eventj for fo lure as you on with your fo fure will J a flrong a par ticular perfon fixed to fpeak theprologue tor alter hehas difabled you of the other Had you done the fcandal to meyou have to 1 would have made no fcruple of giving yen a little cold hot you through the As 1 am a particular friead of fo I think it my duty to fee this Take warning from touch the and hell touch To by Bfy P O N NEWMARKET on O EYE HALValuable BROOD late JEft S H A To be vietteTtt Wratting eight aieafured horn Botjrae nine froji Newmarjctt and at Newmarket on the day of which wilf begin at Twelve Catalogues to be had of in BridgeVftreet neir KufTel Ccvcrit To be Peremptorily Purfuant to a Decreeof the HighCourt of Vcchsllj Efq one of the Mailers of thi brought R Yefterday eighteen prifoncis were triedat the three of whom were capitally con viz James SayhjifiSFrasburnb Jemmy being deaf jind Frances Alleh and SarHh Becksj for breaking and entering the houfe of Prances1 Bractlrmw in Little Scaling a quantity of Six were caft for tranf portation for feveti yeas fdr fourteen years one to and i Orange of to Mifs oi Mile in Golden Solomon Efq at n and iilfo that the Neurons ftoud be fpccialty cmrrtors on riicrttee On TucfdayJaft a writ of enoury was executed m before the Sheriff of and a fry oi Same day at John very eminent in action 0 by Henry ot I Gentleman againit Richaid of nnd John of Lambeth ior a fcandalouf and malicious by them againft Ward nnd which pro fecution Waidbrought on to trial at his I own and was honourably I The Jury upon this inquifition gave Ward five hundred pourds It ii in fays a to make Highgate a to divide Murylebone ino two and to build a at Exjerirnent has been made of inoculating the diHertiper of horned cattle upon fome at The number inoculatedwas about an and the experiment promjies Wednefdny the City Marshals place was pup chnfed by James Bollard of Shirelane for the fufh The following circumftance is a matter of which happened hut a few ago A near one of the paid an afternoon vilit to a friend in the where fhe focnt the evening being remarkable for a and happy at the talent of he was dcfired to favour the company that fhe fung feveral wTfen finding the time drawing nor me begged the might cal a coach as fhe was preflcd for tuo or the coachman was ordered to wait in the the comjiatjy being in a parlour While he was the was obferved by the to be very and much pieafed but pnrticvj larly with After the lady had taken ICr and the man waS driving her he found be went fomewhat put of his way he flopped fhortin a bye got otfihe and opening the coach with his hut in his dont be be aiTured I will neither hurt you ubr lliall any one whilll I am able ta guard the door you have been finging feveral pretty but one in I and niuch if youwoufd fifig it over The as may he ve5 imaginedi bttins aloniiiii thesouch 9 9 i of June 177 NOTICE ishereby AT te Infinefs of toe GficrnI of the ta h for the at tbi Old of Canterbury en Tuefday the i of ijili be ncctunt of ibe Jizfi and ike jejJiiM adjourned to on Tburfiuj tk of IJfjfa where tic In flnejs cf the llijurn of M County iipmi a nfiuil and tbs Jaid Jrjii THE MANSION HOUSE of thetate Sir JOHN FYTCFI catted UPFER in in the county of The Garden belonging to atld which con tains upwards of fix is laid out in and has at grove and bowlinggreen in There other Two Piih Pofids near the well flored with and a Piece of about two acres within fields of the with a Grove of Timber Trees and Underwood hanging tourards the There are of of and Arable Land in cluding the garden and waters lying togetheY rouiiil Jie houfe Alfo a MESSUAGE and FARM called the Lowii fituatedat the foot of Upper upwards of 70 acres of and Arable There are a considerable number of Timber Oak and other Trees on both the exclufjve of thofe in the The premifes are all and delightfully fituateii on a rjfmgNgrcund in a fine dry foUj miles of the town of of which and the aJja9ent untry inany agreeable profpefls are commanded froovlfee f ha plentiful pcft within i flioft ths hoiife London every day in and machine or day in the except vd For further particulars Inqbire of ulie Chambers Ldndbri of Attorney at in To be SOJLD by PUBLIC By Ordef of the AflTignees oftheEftate and Effefts of JOHN late of City of a Tu riie Sixth Day of rhe City of betweenthe Hours ofFour oClocl in the upon ComKtionS ci Sak as ihali be F R E E H O L D E S f A t A l frem ilena It tie Old Ctjlk of Canttr are to take anJ vj their f 1 L nt tbi laid OiU fy nineofiht click In tbtfortnjon 3f tbi ford Friday thi yb day of CUrk of thi Place faid ARABIAN WE agree to fuhfcribe TEN GUINEAS fo run for on the Firft Diyof the Otlokr Meeting over the wcigfet by African or Afiatic Horfcs the to be determined by the and the horfrs to enter at the piace andhoiirthe day before Upper TUT ING and ERR AS the REPORT of the WHITE IJUJJ in being SHUT isa Malkious trie Birfinefs htving h carried on ar and it is hoped the and Travelkre wii Continue their aud thej1 may depend onthe niofk grateful by moft A Capital calltii with Two Garden well planted with fruit a Dove and all oilier Out Cilices Iuiulkfv a Genderrans Komily very fifjatej the of in the county o the rityof two miles of the upari 3je Cliff commands nn extenfive view of th3 ind at a diflance from the gruit turn oJs from Lincoln to London j un anJ vendy or to roceptiun of a A A FARM with and other ali in good rfar the capital and feveral Clofes fenced of and 1alurc Ground lying adjoining upon the faid two in th about 370 acres tojcthcr with One One a hTiail Plantation of Trees in one of the ciofes new in tht occupaiion or I vvha will hew the For further pnkuhrs enquire of CluirhS of iii the county of Hq Charles in the county cf Efq MrEvftace PhilrpSj ot Lincoln ofthe foid Dinkrujtf eflate and or of at who hr3 a plan to hew of the To be SOLD by Ott MONDAY the igth day of at th ROSt and CROWN at in at Twelve oClack at unlefs diipofed of before by private AF A rVM and ESTATE fitnate at in now in the occupation xjf Jchn held by leafu frort Merton for zi years frctn Day renewable at the end of every feven Chcddingtori is fituated in a fertik foil and rich arabJe Isnd nd meadow four rniiss from fix miles irorn apd fotr mileS from Lcighfon Balfardj all corn for farther partietrlars entjaire of at Tring of inSerjegnts Fleetftreety London or of Hsytonr Attorney at at in To be L D by Private ALL that Mefluage or and Plot cf with7 the Gardenj and Jyihg and bebg in Cowfoldj irt the county of containing eftitnatioH about tliree MW in tenure or occupation of GuilfoW VinalL The above are copyhold cf inheritanc at a fmslB antf the groutid is exccedingfy Well with and the hop is a1 very good one Bv If act foori difpojw of by private i be fold by public Fpf furtBcr parriciilirs enquire of Sarah i of Henry Elfisy of Cowfold aforefaid 5 Vinall 5 or of Attorney at La io   

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