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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 13, 1771, London, Middlesex                                f L ON 0 j I T 3l Price Twopence Froin VLY E S D A JWLY Sold by B LAD in where Advertifements and Letters of are taken ih abd where chofs who chufe w be reguMrty With ddfifed Artidw and Utters from are alfo received by at the j MvfciUYi dppofite St in JPleetilreeti C in New Bonddreet JULY JULY HIS day the Right the tije the and the with a Corn of the of City of waited upon bis being by the Right the Earl of Lord Chamberlain ojf his Mveftys with tfie follovriag and which wujraad bySir James To the molt Excellent The humble and of the and Livery of the City of in Cominon4uil Gracious WE your dutiful and loyal the and Livery of the City of in the angiiife of 6ur beg leave to approach your Royal and deeply to lament that we ttUl fuffer with ail thofe great and unparalleled which we have before fubiuitted to your with the hope of a fuli and fpeedy redjrefs from our as the Father 6f his The bate arbitrary Houfe of Commons whieh vio lated the tiered right of fcated among as ReprefenUtive of the a man was liever chofea into the laft proceeded to tte rooft extravagant outrages agamlt the coriftitatioo of ibis and the li berty of the of which your Majdry is by law the great have ventured to irpprifon our Chief and of our Al for difobeying their illegal and not holy fcaftion of their oaths to this great well their duty to their by the raoft artful prevailed upon your Majcfty tofuiftr your reyal name to give a pre tended authority to a iflued at their exprefe contrary to the laws of the length they proceeded to the enormous wickednefs of erafing a judicial in order to ftop thecourfe of and to fruftrate all poJlibi bty of relief by au appsal to thole which are tie nobleft birthright and inheritance of all the fub je3s of this During the unjuft confinement of our Reprefenta they proceeded to a depriving the Citi zens of London of a configurable pait of their pto perty in the foil ef the riyer fulemnly granted to thtra by divers and confirmed by e au thorityofParliament under colour of inferted in that law an unufual fub veriive of the known and etablilhed laws of pro perty they without any of an luperfeLled the cflnfervancy of the river in the liberty which the Citizens of London have en joyed from the We your again humbly iuppltcate Majefty to reftore our atul give peace to this by a fpeedy duTolution of the and by re moving your prefent wicked and defpotic Mini fters for ever from your councils and Signed by JAMFS To which and his Majelty was pleafed to return the following an fwer t I hall eter be ready to exert my as far a I can in redrefEiig any real griev ances of my the City of London will always find me difpofed te liften to any of their well founded romplainfs it is therefore with concern that I fee a part of my ftill fo far inifled and de as to in fuch reprehenftble a with I have repeatedly I July We have had extraordinary floods in thefe within thefe ten which have done great mifchief to the hay and re tarded the works along the as the rivers are moch C O U NT R Y N E W Jufy On Thurfday laft the afiizes when Martin William for burglary and felony t and whorefuled to tell his name for ilealing a the property of the Earl of Upper received fentence of Before his Lordihip left tliii rsprieved the this afTiz6came before juftice the trial of a Upon an the King againft John of for ejceixifing the art of contrary to the 5 not having fcrvej a legal when the de uts CouuCei moving in behalf of tjie phiatifF would under his of Cheneys fubmittmg to ef Court for his immediatelydeuHiiig from that a Juror was and the rule S H I N E Df JotY Wind Ciine and re wirh hisMajeftys Oiip KnHtavoJr fron pine tfanfports for and Magijrt MaiUabdj jor and failed for tfce the Bsrrian from JtLT Wind failed for the with his Mijertys loop the from Vincents Roby from Guiney feveral for Remain HIJ Ma jellys hip Endeavour 4 forSout Carofina and for Jamaica for Cadiz New for Polly and andCatha for Philadelphia Coombts for Gibraltar for Seville and for Liverpool Bed for Southampton Elizabeth and for Weymouth and ft r JOLV PalTed by the Thomas and from Lifbon from Rhone Royal from Mahone j from Vincents and from the Arrivals at the bllowms Ports T NewYork and Earl of Lau from London from Brirlol and from from the Rotterdam from Southearolina and t Jenne from Havre from Montrofe and trcm Liverpool Amelia from Seville fiom Cadiz from Marblehend Catharine and from Dublin and Oporto from Ponfmouth from Dublin t from Philadelphia j and from Coik from Philadelphia and Dianat troni Maryland Thomas and from Dover from Philadelphia from Liibon and from Newfoundland i Harwood Thrafhfr and from Po1 and from Setuval Ren from Dartmouth Harbour Stsjishinton and from Oporto from Lilbon Induftry from Viana James and from White haven from Ancona and Mediter from Grenades from Royal from Aveiro Da from Antigua from London and Senegal from We hear that his Royal the Duke oE Gkmceilef will fet fail on his intended voyage to the Mediterranean the of next month his Royal Highnefs will be accompanied by and On FriJay of Haless regi ment tf light kiileil hjs Majeftys hand on btiag appointed Secretary to the Embafiy atParis in the room of appointed to Colont 1 Irwin is appointed LiutenantGovernor of the ifland of morning feveral of the Aldermen and Cf ounoiiCouncil attended the Right the Cord Mayor at the Manfl whert fome matters re the practices of regrating and fore were taken under confideratioa we they are to be further deliberated upin at a CuiWtof CommonCouncil te be fpeadily calledfor flut Tlve Chatham and Trinity yachts are ordered to be at tomorrow to receive the Right tUe auj City in order to go the boundaries of the City of His Lordihip will breakfilt at Stratford Wednef day then proceed to from the City are ordered in order to con duct to After holding a Court of Cunfervancy at the Ship Tavern his Lordihip andcompany will embark onboard two yachts for the More after viliting the London tone on the El lex proceed to London hme whicii in the river As this bnfinsfi will take up four or five his Lord fhip has ordered the matter of die abovefaid Ship Tavern to furnifh the yachts with all forts of cold The foreman of the Kentifh Jury is ordered to cut on the two London ftones the city and the name of the the year and that polterity raay kmw our prefcnt worthy Cluef Magil trate pared neither pains nor trouble to keep up the and preferve fheprivileges of this gient It is near fifty years fince any LordMayor went the His Lordihip has ordered a quantity of hnail fiiver money to be got ready to be given a mongft the children and Orders were on Saturday morning lent from the Admiralty office to Portf for paying off the Portland maa lately arrived from Hsr srew aie to lie turned over to the On Saturday hft exprefs arrived at the Adiaiy with the of tlie Dowis the This hip Jailed in Auguft VHth and othsr ingSBBOns gentlemen on for the South to qbfervethe tranfit 5f Vamjsj theyjhave fincsmade a yoyaije round the and at everycoaft and where it was poffible to get on to coHeci every Species of plant and other rare produc in voyage Upon the whole has j been as and the death of from a good deal but it is hoped a few days refrefhment will foot eftablilh his health we have the pleaiure to inform the aje ptrfewly of a Utter from the J Letters rcceived here from that declaration of the Emprefsof made by d6 Salderen her AmbafTadbr to of for the tranquiUity in unhappy Lath yet had very little according to her Imperial Majeitys gcwrl as to that will not be crowned tvith The Prince it is has takeli off that in his will never be trantjiyf and haooy uuider tic governmea1 of a fbreigo PiinCe j i and tiat he oaa pi forjt tiian a1 j ic Electoral Haafe of becaufe the eing accultomcd to the dominion of tlwt will difficulty fubmit to any eciaiy tx that of the prefent on account of iis fiv luring the But the moll fbnfible irt of nation arc not dupes of the but believe that he is iu2uenced by the fair pro mifes of the Emprefs to fayoTirher beloved jrojeft of raifing Prince Albert of Duke her to the throne of in hopes of fee ug a crown on the head of the Princeis ier favourite Tranjlation of a Letter from thefe two Ihave received the copy of in the late bloody engagement in Corficawith the free for favages thefe infa tuated Cwficans multltill to be infeniible of the Siiltl government of Louis k It mutt be Marbeuf afted in the late unhappy ac tion like a officer yet the natural fituation of the the deep ra vines between Cafmca and La made it im for the braveft and diicipluied tioops to refirt the barbarous ferocity of thenatives therefore the French failed in the but made their treat iu excellent No human wifdom could prevent tlte enmy taking the biggage and miitary chert at Fiumalto for they defcended the ride of a vaft that feeined with fuc a that they refembted a rapid torrent after a tbunJer over every obitade with a furious Kegiaieut killed woundeiJ i6 j and teuunded ment ofKcfrs killed wounded 25 rank killed woumled officers killed wounded 50 rank and kiilfd woundel olEceri killed wounded n and killed wounded killed wounded 29j rank and Royal oifices killeH wounded 7 rank and killed wounded otficers killed wounded 19 rank and killed 3ijwounded BulkelryyoiEcers wdwnded 17 and killed 109 oiiicers kiiie wounded 21 rank and wounded Seven battalions were iiie numbers milling fince the ge taken pri the furprife thtb we have not experienced much from the fa Isevetdid any troops a reireat than ours that The want of aiiviu ration for our a general of the The King of Spain has pubiifhed an pro hibiting the exponation of gold and ulver from any part of his under Isvere It is that in cpnfequence of an expoftula riba from the Crown of complaining of the continual viflts of the Britilh fhips of war in Cadiz they reprefent come for contrary the cdicl of their Sovereign that our Miniltry liave Complied with their andthat no of war whatfoever on any without Ad miralty viiit any of the Spanifli In cpniequence of which Captain of the was tried by a bonour ahlj valuable money trade is from the and all gold and filver are now conveyed irt French and Dutch It is laid that on the zotli of next month Wilfon intends to have a double Jubilee at JornorV hall in honour of his own and the patriotic number which will ontbe Auguft be twice cojnpleated ui his own perfon the Doctor being then exaclly years Some of Wilkess friends havie paid the moll extravagant compliments to the of Without j and have reprefentedto them wiut tverlafliag Joint they acquire only for ten guineas apitce for as therSe are Jixtten Common cxiuiJci in the by fubfcription they will beable to provide a fuperb their whiltt he is what an honour will it be to jiave it that Wilkes is carritJ by his own of ths Commoncouncil ruen have already eonfeated ty it is the rfft notiefule fuch a A tieuy eFwawiage on foot between the Earl of and Lady It is aid thiit the celebrated Ps has wrote to her gu irdian permiffion to ba of fhe jpromifaig that fne take care to trace herfitf on ail cccaiious at a due diftance from him aad his thdbgh 1JM mould even be tempted to fcaft otte look that way a requeil he1 has neverthefefa Saw the Barbarity to Cofy of a letter wrme a few detyt ftnctfy et thllemaJA to S I R I had a damnd tumble lift nigfit at mult five tboufand within a week it me uton any for I rather ftitfLr the greatert i apon rtry thkn the Watt upon my iionour As for thofc claui Mus my keep them off as long aS and raife heaven tod earth Upon this indifjienfiblt A few nights fines the Charles at af with aad a well known At the affixes at which cto Friday the following prifoners received fentence of John for a burglary in houfe of Henry Molt j George and Joliii for highway robberies and John Wake ling for Judges reprieved two laft before they left the Monday laft a falefman of Leadenhaljirhartert apprehended at and committedto Hun tingdon for forging a draft on Marlhalj at the laft mentioned On Friday niglit fome thieves breke JntothtHoofip of in btit the family being alarraed by the barking of a they decamped without any biooty JKXf the Itreet leaving a tinderbojij and fome whicii they behiirtfc On Saturday morning feveral thieves sttempted break into a houfe in tfee but being heartf a piece was from a when one of them was wounded fo that it is thought ne cannot He1 was carried to ThooUss Yellerday evening as two men were lathing in one of them had the misfortune either to be with the or entajigled in the and was unfortunately Yellerday at nopna fine about five years of was found drowned in the bafon in Somerfet w4iiTeSeveral people were walking there the ccntiasl took him and knowing child to for fome time been kindly Mils carried hiiia to her apart where he had inAanriy all poJiiWis but to no The mother o the child fells fruit for her near the gateway of Sonv rfethoufej and at fight of the accident was taken with fits fhs was immediately carried where he rejBamed delirious for fome Yefterday in the one of ihe who was taken out of ruins on Saturday laft in Netv to Mils Elizabeth Great of Church to Mifs At his feat at iu Sir Thomas in 7sth the bulk of his which is very he has to his Henry t At where Jie went for re covery of his the FelloW of Chrift At lier houfe in Little aged Lady relift of late Sir Richard phyfician to King George and At William At Davkl Henry of in fugarrefiner to furrender the J five in Inlh at the ani rf in the at Wyait and in otkerwife Dederick anj George in and copartners to lurrentler the zyd joih and 24th of Aufurt at ten in at Couhhard and in William cf and to furrender the 2cth and 24th of at ten in tht at Lon to be allowed to Robert latecf in the piriih of Clement Danes in Hate Jaiher on or beforethe d of of the of Coventgarden in Middlefex ontsr before the cf Auguft John late of theparirtj of nagwad in farmer and draver j uri 4r fore the 3d of AHguft John of pojilferer pnor of Abf urt Lyon late of Wapping in grotef i on or before ihe ol THE SCRIPTUREDOCTRJNEof SERMONS on tM Divine Filiation cf the Only Pesrottcn t To vshlcfi arslubjoined thiee han Difeourfes Pfalni v e By BENJAMIN ropk will t build my church and rtie gates cf Hell hail pofc prtyailaaainft Printed t he uf Ii9r arid tjy ant R in   

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