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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 6, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Price Twopence Mdby LA in Pawnofterrow From S A T U R D JutfV t U S Jutv where Advertisements and Letters of are dcWrW tod Letters are alfa received RpyalExchiftge i mt toe of in the Comtr stf JTCW taken HM ihofe who chufc to be regdarly fefved wifll thil 9t JwLr IS Majefty hat been pleafed to appoint his Grice to be Lefrd Lientenam and Cttftos RotuloTum of the county of Berks and the Right Spencer Earl of Northampton to be Lord Lieutenant and CuBos RotBlofnnr the county of June ay Tift the Prirjte of the Infants DOB Gabriel and ex kibited before the rhe arjd of the Royal a which they performed with kill and And tne lame in the French Am baffidor five an elegant ball and in honour oTthe marriage of the Count de s H w 1 P E IUIT Wind Arrived and failed tat the the of and from Liverpool from Chefter and from Came down and the tot Galicia j and for JtJfcT Arrived and Guted fcr the from Came down aod fcikd the Judith and Hocking for Fal Paft by the Bock from Sorway Jordan and Noble from j and ftom Arrivals at the FoBowinE Dover t from Boftonj and from Liverpool t from Rotterdam and from SouthCarolina from Barfeutaes fym Antigua from Pordmoutbi from Hamburgh i from from 2ant Prince of from Dominica from Philadelphia 3 and from KuU from Rotterdam Three and H6H from Narva and Ju liana from Lynn t from Rotterdam 5 Bro from Norway and John and from Bremen Bremen Beck from Lcith s from Bergen 5 from Dantzkki Lutherfan Lady Bacon j from Norway Kelly and from Speerf VoungA from Hamburgh and Prince of from We have been favoured with the following anec by oar earrefpondeot at Parts Anecdott oftbe Count The Count DArtois is the molVprorriifing Prince of the Royal From his ear it ft infancy he difplayed an tindifpttied foperiority over his One at faewas at ptay he faid he intended to ipeak tothe King Ms father his hat on in vain did his brothers reprefeht to him hdw rntich the King would be of fended at fuch want of which would oc cafiefl very difagreeable to his gover he affured then that his device would turn out to their praife but ashe was willing to make he offered to lay a wager of ten Louis dors with the which was The nert hy they went together to the Kings according to After they had paid their ufual the Couat DArtois ad dfcSed the thus Papa I have been told that I refemble you very much when I have rrjy hat wiH tne your opinion of it Wjth all fay faid the put on your hat as fobn w he had done he turned to ike tnd I have The who knew nothing of the after he had confirmed what hud been faid to him about his returned to his and ordered the Princes to follow him they were going the Dauphin pajd the The King then de manded in explanation of the words havt ivott TheCounlDArtoisexplainedUwm with precision and the Dauphin faid he had ho other motive thin 18 procure his brother aft opportunity of dilplaying Wit and The fatiified the had not been by any interefled embraced them with great and gave orders his cafekeeper to return the ten Louis dors to the iaking upon himfcif to defray the Aiiitber 9f tie Count The Count coming oat of his Budy one day with hir precepforV went into raeptsfor where he met friirvr a1 dryrobs the rooms hard at Work in his the hownnwh does the Kiog allow you for lo laborious a work Twentyfive fols a replied the That is a very fraail faid the Count icu maniedl have you got any childreu My iLotdf faid poor I have a wife and five imall Tis very repkd the to feed and maintain fo nutperuiisa fa utc icoy ihcic is not ia it but mdntht Qull gue yoo rner hall take care of your family he then him not to mention this to any and The froteur did not dare to refute the ptirfe from the Princes but he went that very day to his brought him the wHich he was afraid to keep without his and told him the whole The Governor was exuemdy pleafed with and ordered the roan to keep rfce purfe and its and make ufe of it to the intention of the The fame day afier the Governor pro pofed to the Princes a party at and after the game was he faid they muft all The Count that he had no and if tnev would not plav on he would not play bnt would decide tHe aflced him What he had done wfrli his money t9 which plied the tomorrow wi 1 be the day of payment for the and you fhall receive no thing till I know There is a great deal of returned the between this and tomorrow you will confider of and I fhall do the The next day before the Governor went to the apartments of the and gave fifty Louis dors to the forty to the Count de but withheld the forty belonging to the Count The Princes went to during the the Count DArtois was much rallied about his fecret at laft he told them he only waited for an opportunity to fatisfy When the fecond courfe was taken he bid the fieward to lay by the difh with the two large roaft ed fowls on and not difpofe of it without his which he faid he would give him in his apartments after in prefence of his brothers and hii The ftewird being the Coont DArtois fiid to you muft fend the two fowls to the man that rubi my and tell him I am forry I have no money to fend but that for the future he ftiall receive from me two difhes a day to feed him and his The Governor then paid him his and acquainted the King with this who was charmed with and ordered five Louis dors extraordinary to be paid every month to the Count to penfion his froteur and his Secret Jntcdott ef the COURT The Abbey of Germain des worth livres a of which the late Prince of Clermont was formerly has been put under ftewardfbip thefe eight years and the revenues referved for the Abbe who is 13 years of and is at prefeni in the of Iflyles He is to be titulary of it when of age if he is not legitimated in his fathers fhould lofe his father before he is of it is very likely that he will end his days under the iron at did heretofore the Duke de brother to the Great It is to be fuppofed that this Abbe is a balUrd of Louis The Duke natural fon of Louis whofe fon the 4ted at the age of was father to the prefent It is confidently faid that a treaty is oa with the powers annex avaluable trading ifland and port in the Levant to the crown of On Saturday their Majefties ivent to Windfor to view the preparations making there for the enfuing Inft allat The Duke of Gloucefter being in a bad late of his phydcians have recommended afouthern air to his Highnefs in confequence of which the frigate is fitting out to carryrhim to We hear that Charles Efq is now become a Cabinet Counceilor to a Great Laft Saturdays Gazette contains a proclamation for proroguing the Parliament of from lie zd of July to the Sth of Oclober made on the latter of to a to her prefent but which Spain abfbfutely This quarrel is ftil to fettle Premier of France exerts abhlities Arpprefs the confequiBnces wiU produce the ruin of the family ExtroS ef alttttr frtm 7aty AB ifiied yefterday to fupprefc the office df Treafarers of wiifa three iz Tihe Baron we are togo Ambifladof of a jitfy Sailed yefterday his Majellys fliip Tartar for even men of war are to come into This morning the regiment of began to clear the ground for the fortifications round the A few days ajo a Captain of the train was brtinghton more from on bosrd a trahfport from and died in aboui half an hjur after at lie Founrain 1 Extraff if a Letter from July Tuefday the follow itJg gentlemen were created to the feveral degrees Dofforj of of Trinity of Johns Chaplain to the Houfe of of Kings Prebendary of Reftor ofPolelled Ruffharn iji of Chrift Chaplain to the Archbifhop of of of Benet De8or of of Caias col Bachelors in and of and of Sidney Honorary Degree cfMaJler of The Right Lord of Mojlers of which there have been three Maders of Avts admitted year as and nine of Law At officer of rank in the horfe has lately been fuperfeded for The marine which at prefept coafift of mfjre lhan are to be encreated to the hundred and the guard which they conftituted at Portfmouth and which has been for fome time is to be re when the companies are com Saturday Thomas of Tooks was chofen and in and in elefled Wardens of theWoifljipful Company for the Majefty has appointed Richard Chinchley Efq to be Fort Adjutant and Barrack Mafter of in the room of William TheBifhopof as Dean of the Chapel appointed the Home to be one of his Majellys Chaplains in late of is appointed optician and mathematical inftrumentmaker to the Emprefsof and is fet out for It having been repreteiued to the that a commiflion of bankrupt having been iffued agsinft John of Kings Norton in hewas declared a bankrupt and the Commiffioners iflued their proper warrant for poffeffion of direfted to John the therein in praceeding to execute was violently afflulted and Alfo the Addrefs of the 1 and forcibly repnlfed from the bank of Dublin to his on the rupts by a great number of perfons fafe delivery of the Cnieen and the birth of queftion of the Middlefex election will certainly be brought on again at the meeting of in a and from a at prefent has lately a pair of very fine coach bay which he has presented to a frefli ourk of his efleem for that They write from that a ball and enter tainment wms givenat the Guild of that city on Tuefday io honour of gentlemen of the town who oppofed U were handled by the A letter iwm dated June We expect Jiere the Deputies of the Parriardi trf with five Oriental have reiblved to abjure and acknow ledge Popes Thele UK afferrrbled who threatened to murder the faid meflengcr if he perfiited in his duty and alfo that feveral at different times been feefi lurking about the houfe of Jybn of Kings Nortort the Clerk to the faid carrying arms and other offenfive an3 have threatened to fhoot or otherwifc kill the faid if he did not withdraw fuch commiflion of bankrupt and that in the night of the day of Jane a letter was pui under the door of the faid Freemans threatening to fet his on and murder him and ail offer to tamos goods his Majellys pardon nrrd reward by are prorftifed to any accomplice on the difcovery of the raft of the Jews were comnittd w ferperjaryirt their irr to prove On Saturday the three following werrf irfed at the bert and late wife of who was executed for cutting filfc oat trf a on art iadidment fof the wilful uiufder of Daniel Clatke who had been an evidence agtigft the faid and ohe Saiiman who wad execDttd for alike offence by being ingt and a great nniflber perfons to the amount of 2600 and by whom was aflaajted Hi drove ftreet for the fpace of Star foor was put into a npad in the in extreme weather and a htoft violent tUJ he tria bftd through the nanjbef of wl and the after retiring about twenty re turned a verdict of Wilful Murder again ft Camp bell and who wfcre ordered to be executed at Tyburn on Monday Anftis HorsfofoV was found not Some of the perfons concerned in the robbery anil murder at at are apprehended one of them was a ferVant to a of and tvas taken on the feacoaftj waiting for a to carry him On Friday at returning from was feized With an tpopleftiti anrl expired Thomas Efq to bS Captain of a company in che loth of And Jujius to be a Captain Lieutenant in the fame The William to the living of vacant by the death of the Luck Corner to the command of his Majeftys fhiji or 32 at in the room of Morgan to the Command of the Hunter in the room of Boatfwain of to be Boatfwain of in the rocom of Henry brothel to the Surveyor of the to be Mafier maker to his Majeftys iockyard at James Efq of Greek ft to Mils Harriet Poftrnafter Jt to Mifs daughter to pamphletfeller at the Royal Mr of Drurylane td Mifs Efq to Mifs daughter of Major of to Mifs Travers of the fame At Clfrnent Jofeph Efqj uncle to the late tor Anne relift of aged At aged three Lord Auguftus fon to his Grace the Duke of Leinfter Alfo the George only brother to At Kfenry axbyt oneof the exarojnersr of ports of whereby a vacancy to a valuable ofBce in the on behalf of the hap pens in their befides his office in the Cuftom Mifs daughter of wine in In the At formerly a waxchandler in Grace line of tn the county of linendraper and haberdiihcr to the i6th at four in the and and 17th of at ten in the at in John heretofore of in the county of but now or late of in the faid checkmanufafturer j to furrender the J4th and and lythof at three in the at vbe lowei Swan Inn with two in in Ifanc in Kcmlrick f in toymaker j to zid and and Augoftj at twelve oclock at at the Dolphin and Bull John Ritkardsj of merchant W furendcrlbe ijih andioth and t7tb ot attefl the at in Edward now or lare of in to farrender the nth and zych and lychof at fix in the it London Mti in Days for making the Dividends of Richard of the ptrifli of in conmjr of the 6th of at ten in the at the Angel in Wolirrrhamptony in the faid qf hard wareman ihe rh pf at fire in the Jofeph Beddington iji pfinierj of at rive in tbe of i Friday the two Mifs want on board the btlow Deptford to take leave and were on board to nuke folemn abjuration in the name of their one of them had her picket picked of a loK who are to be afterwards conSrmed which intended to be given to their ia their at Sonic of the convicls tvho if3 Henry Stotr of DruryJaiie monger j the xjA at eleven in in the aj 0 Letters of good authority from France t difpute of much importance than was generally known has lor fome time pait ubfirled between the Court of Verfailles and Madrid j that it was broached a demand vvhjuh the for ftood neareft them were but to no pur On the trial of Joftfph who was on Fri day conviAedl of receiving a the propercy of Hans knowiwj it tobe two to be allowed to HtJnctnan of Goodmansficl and BcBJaniin Somerfetfl merchants and on at before 111 Samuel of in Solomon eftbc fame and in the faid jewclktt aad cajitfUwn i Watt   

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