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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 11, 1771, London, Middlesex                                f ON D O frtce Ttfopence From to JULY 5gSc Sold by at IB ivemfementSj Articles of and in iNcctflreet j SHROPSHIRE in New Bonddreet arid NO WHERE JULY JULY ESTERDAY fennight a returning from Lon don to was overturned Hockley well as to keep in awe tlicfe vrho compofe that they may form no reiolutions difa ivantageous to liecauie the Court of not forgotten the manner in which Swedes agahiJt her in their Dyet held in 1740 or left the Swedes believing the Radians to he exhaufted by the expensive war whk h have had to lunport againft may to attack and endea whereby oft vour to recover whatever thay hnd hern obliged to an elderly cede to the Ruffians at the treaty of Xyftadt an ex unhappily for the coft them very Thore frave been for Tome years a of people Regulators on the Back lettlcments of North cnrinUwy to law and civil refufed to their neceuary taxes for the up port of die and the ufe of the Fheie people two or three years fince to the amount of 1500 m a riotous but were difpeifed by the good conduit and commiiEoned fcg having received fome ftores behaviour of Governor and fixty only of was killed on toe A reputable tf adeC who returning home to hii had his flaill fo dangeroufly was kf de lirious at Hockley without hopes of recovery arid of 17 pafTengers only three efcaped without broken bones or violent July Afew days ago baatfwiin of one of his hips gave information Rgainft a out of a fliip lately paid off at and mixing them with the ftores in the hip the boatfwain be longed to a CourtMartial was held yefterday upon the commiflioned who was and ren dered incapable of ferring in the S H from 1 I N E W JULY Wind Six of the homeward bound EaftIndlamen are failed for and five other ro Remain his floop and fliips as per Part by the Gil from RhodeIfland Green Addis j Watts and William and Irom Jamaica from Mahone from Antigua frcm Barbadoss Vin cents from Vincents and from Kins frotnBofton from Stettin Nelfon from NVvis from Corke Ex from Senegal and from the Arrivals at the following Senegal Dore Robey Kinghorn Duley Jenkins Cornwall and Heart of Maycrofr Spence and Fort trom StangateCreek from Barbadaes and from Timaica Falkner Raffles Price lohnfooj MNeu Millar denarous Hay VV Evers Btank fton Edwards Manning Brewer and fromLodon and from London and Maryland Watt Hendrick Union Sewell and Buchan from t from and Earl of from London Oporto Sconfwar from Hullj Kinerton from Southampton from Guernfcy and John and SoKcarolina r and Generous from Antigua Curling Cheef man and Heart of from Boflon from Dover from the Grenades from Vincents Charming Sally and from SonthCarolina and Thomas and from Dominica from Liverpool from Dominica from aad from Loal and MarateRoad from Kitt from NewEngland from the Leeward Waterfowl from Vincents and from There are but two more before the long which holds to the 3d of and the proclamation of tholomewfair being on that the firft Court of AMermen not be held till the loth of that month fo that if there is not a Court of Aldermen on Tuefday or the Tuefday follow the Chamberlains official duty for want of his being fworn will be in a great meafure ftagnated for near three months the ba 1 coufequences whereof every Alderman muftbe The Chamberlain does not enter into a band not to do bufmefs before fworn as was faid in the A againft the proceedings of the Lord it is is and will be pre ft n ted in a few figned by the diiTentient Alder We are defired to allure the that the apd not the Lord read the aufwer to the JRemonftyance on The it is to call a Com 1 lay before them the Kings anfwer to and pre fented on Wedaefday to his a letter from the Hague July We have juft received certain that acerps of three battalions of foot three atJier regiments of and tworegiincnts of Cmraf fiers the RnfTian under the command of i aifembled in Carelia orr the froTitiers of and that thefe forceshave no other deftinauon but to obierve a ad get all pbffible of fhfta be them By advices yefterday received from Norfolk in we are informed Governor Tiyou having received information that the to the amount were in and had pur chafed from South C irolina a quantity of powder and his Excellency obliged to raile die chiefly of the fouthern part of the go vernment ami in the beginningof havingre ceived from Gage 25 field to the and came up with the Regulators in Rowan county on the i6th of the laid His Excellency with ieme Ibutbern gentlemen advanced on proniiiing a general pardon all con cerned except the 60 providei thev would lay down and deliver up the laid outlaws to this a flat on which hii Excel lency and the gentlemea with him retivetl Before he had rftired 40 or 50 vurds fired upon bis and his wliich obliged his face and up his men in In of this a general engagement whicii lafted for the Regulators fixty vvcre left dead on the 8a taken many are fince dead of their wounds oue of their pri being his Excellency ordered him to be immediately Of his Excellencys oartv Harris was kiiied uolORel jsinwm and Nine prifoners exclusive of the two for murder judgment of 37 were fenteuced to be tranlported for and four for fourteen ycnfs five were branded in the among whom was Peter who is alfo to be impriloned three months five were ordered to be privately whippnd and jz delivered by Judgment on the Cafe of iiovv inXew under conviffion for a forgery on the Bail India was not given thisIHJIjn as ex but poltponcd till Michielmas of the ablence of the Judges onthe leveral Three who were fefllon at wert a ai la the adjourned feffions at a wac tried on an indicTment for an affault with intent to commit a and was ftntenced to be fct in the and imprifoned one year in Tle Kllowing is the genuine copy of a letter ieat by executed on Monday to a friend the night before hi execution In the Cells ix Jrrly The few lines which I wkicb 1 hope you will grant as I am a dying thefc are the lad words I never had uo hand in any thing about only endeavouring to ave fwore if I would not give a pot of beei or a he wouldtake my life which I fufFer I hunr all mafter will think of this falfe totake a poormans life away when I had no hand in To all journeymen gar deners I hope you will refrain his for a very bad n would fwear any mans hie away for a pot of beeqr A dyiiuT HENRY Mv dear friend I have told you the whole Pray be fo good is put this hi the news paper fj God blefs yoc It is nnv gjneraily belived that was inno Uii with whom he had worked ive is from the deolara f of tliL while under ientenca ut c nor guilty andaiferts that he never had wounded but very few others received hurt khltan ling this defeat of the i t expected we hall hearofanotiicr as they feem determined not to Would it not hsfsm mark of ii l1c rreienc if they were to appoint on the as the peccable liiiribii thereof to3 diftant to receive the pro tection from civil power The King of has ilTued dated ijth of to enable the pumitf of il legitimate children to fulril their duty of providing for their by fupnrefTmg the penalrirs enabled againit them fur fuch and particu larly the ordinance of June which condemns them to be confined on bread and His Da nilh Majefty that for the future no diltinfHon ihallbe ma ie between illegitimate children and thofe born in with regard to their ecI clefiiiltical and employments in the church that their birth be not confidered ai a that no one mail reproach them on that account and that if any married peribns fhould happen toin fult or abufe the party aggrieved ihall have fo fuot in a i of the 1 at one them gave the of ti head tiiat he died on was carried before tiited him immediately to Lord Lanefbo of odivered of a Jufy by order of the Right Honoui my Lords and Commifliontrs for of the Royal Hofpical at to give that aj OjtJenfioners as VPI men aspttieSI belongirfj to the rfl lirig in or within twent miles are reqnred to appear perlorvally at tl e Secretaryti th4 faid hofpital aid aie irqphtd alfo to appear for when ance wilt be from in tha till three in iii JO rsgsfler ibtit appear Mehday jiity Penftooers from arid and Horfe and uoops of Huffe Grtuiditr Guards Royal Horfc GcVdj Ulne j 4th and 7th regiments of jft and regimehu of Dragoon andallthsi July ift regiment ot Foot Jxlj The reginlent ot I ooc Thurfduyt July ThS jd fegiment oi Foot Friday i The Pertfioneri from me i i the ijtfi rejirasnt of Foot Tliofe from the i6h to regiment of Foot Monday JuL Thofs from the 10 the regiment of Feot Jiily Thofe from the yilt to rhc regiment of Foo incliifive as H fi Mie renfioners the Mili broken of Foot and the nn companies ani theft WK feavc hetn Ienlioiurta of Clielila iiofpjtal j Men at Kineptncs per And that all OntPenHoners well others to the laid who liys a diflance than twenty fife milts from and ihic in Scotland and are hereby cin that acer the o1 after fuccfromg of and iii rjj tficr apply to ft ultices ot the jn the retiriihourliood IKlid anri rrnke the g wiith tufc fate Magiilrate for the or the anrt das sJne of hiff was thin aed Periioner of c on die 17 fnin the commanded b y to Mils of Bun i ftr of in S ter of the John lie of a a lu n i i i I late O a Duke to Mil Eul The Hi cnllcgC Spa Thomas tc of Tunbridge in toe in about Kar j ferved in tlie army was difchatfed for and tlvit he no provjfed for by the but s a Penfioner of the aid lives in the panih of in the county of te me th3 rsy of 17 To the eixi hit tic to o ths miy he that iliev an tis raire per fon iavc the r j jrj hereby tuitlier tha yf ai and hten difch irgdd Irom sny of he rejfinenis Or indfjsencien o Invsli are not to rhcr afiirfvis fuch resiment cr ccmpary of JnvaiJs which they but the or corps o t trom they were firll and re ng u he above Eiq of at At his in Lower Cr ejnlrAnt phyfi in Hoi frsfcfacted at the prfont that at the Old leave to prefer and filencethe agt The Jerfery foundered at lea on the ad oil her paffage from Falmouth to On Thurfday la It Lord Braces medals were pub Vickly given atWinchefter college to the following I the old for to the Bifhop of for Latin elocution and a ftlver niedalto for There was prefent a very numerous and iplendid wijoni were IiisGnce the Duke of the and moft of the Nobility and Gentry of the who all cxnreiTed their approbation of the We hear from teat Efq of a near relation of Patrick Member for having offered hhnfelf as Mailer of the hits been unanimoufly chofen into that in the room of who now only at BrighthelHiitoae foj the The afTizes eld at for the county of proved a maiden Yefterdny the feflions ended at the when Thomas Howard and John Sweatraan were of compounding an offence againft a penal ftutute f for retraining the carrying excemve loads in waggons and obtaining from one Bigg whole horiss they had ftizrd on a charge of his more lacks of flower jn his carriage than by that Ibtute allowed the Ami of four guineas for the redelivery of the without having a hearing before a Magistrate They received fentence to ftand in the pillory for the fpace of two hours in Srnifh Samiiel for w as feiTion of the peace is aJjournd until the iath at Guildhall andthe of oyei and gaol dclivefy of Newgate Until the nth 6f Price bir fiis per AFAREWELL u wretched France Con A to tlie by their to ake virtue talij fanHo a larh ni Py S 1C A OFF 1C Printed tor No e Thu SECOND D I 0 N of THOUGHTS on our ARTICLES of RELI rcfpecl to their o for in in Fleetdree and at tSe Cfsar Errata in the firfl edirion paze line iniit before the wcrH infuir iVj word dcfign i lail line but ijr rtad a ft to be put iis Crncral P ft c Kiy at i o by the i to Inch yerns The nifi icc LU in a by RUt HonMif t HoilV L j 01 tli I iliail be retted to piy tlist nity tnay be all fuch as c outpenfi are the rai ji to rcejvt the And ai in Grf trei at he end of hi enfuine x sre 17 the rcftdjpce by tv e i ners are at Chelita in and in iio of the tf fjti as live ac a ir that penQi er the ce of his gNen at m iter fird alfidavit and who 3p y ior tt to fle rf Exciie o fhatl uoles it hy o ibk per thsr t f ferric whiuf ns or coulc rr flreiee or Laftly it ii nsme wl be eniersd payIlls of or tic imit a ij bti cfil rtialt not or en and Secretary aprl To ihe ADVEKTUKERT ia preftnt RJlCHARDSOiV rlUTTONs AlJTHMEJIC an BOOK This Day was TheTniF1 6i I v THE SeHOOLMASTERs CftHDK A COMPU iE SYSTtM IR ARITH METIC slid and double t tins of By CHARLES H U T O of a compkite T oil and of the and or coinpljtr lirlition pt iliThc LsHes now in Printed for at No Pauls cliurchyard and Patc h fi fo ufeful iii tle auth6f thinks is now dicion of vtry inte efting ivlitr fcverai experience i Over tv by the ad irs fuoi as the rariuii of two 1reatifes on Bxik jn tfic finentry Or lliojj other in oouble vntry or Italiin pynf ffT hrtclioUj for tfn tcdtlwiSg er learaifeg diii year acquaint the thu iley were of the takulatkm the O ER i i thai ttic numbers therein a cUtr ciiaiice 1or n capital ones partiiLu ar oihsrs promiftQuuHy jiolca oroer 10 the worui no impufittoa maliciculiy infmuatcdj sjulo z number half ot the Lcirery before ma City thst of the Lor ind feveral other after tng of the was osened m their jjreiencej when it appear out of ventytwo being the numlrer in tht ibrr were in the ihe two the threer iour out ot Tive levcn out of ten ot fourien out twentytwo twentytwo tltirty V RTCH and GryoDluCK flutier the fuccefs of the ialculation laft year will be a iufficienc that their tckcis fuperior ti j and having procured fom Molefworth thenumbers ia ibe calcu lation on thpriefent regleave to tsve that they are now felling in and a to a Sixtyfourth oppi ihc and the iorper of rppofite the Manfionhoufe f Wljcit all bufjnefs relative to the Latery is traniadled wilfc ndtljty asd Lotcery begins Drawingthe i8iK of   

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