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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 16, 1771, London, Middlesex accounts arereceived from iri no lefs country feate having Md jftater yteBlthVs and forciag way th ttvo days before m n 4ait The Baggage and the and impregnable TtuV fiowerful to enable tjiemfd fefift for a long time fo 5ht foifte to amnfe the tkjedbf automatons to There was yeftrrday a traordirvary all Royal tfinte within thicfe re ta T Majors Privy there wvtlx iTiuch to Majefty ftas r Sdwaird iSart Derby be lff4 at the ball even ieijtfeefc this rfcquefted to fend tbeir ami on o ihiL fend fof thek tetirthe hows of iiv two in theafternpon tni mcdiateTy aftflWirick will be foot uj aodua attendance the Inflallation is Lord July 16 Notice is here 6y at the luftallation at oa Thuffday the ajth arenot to appear or full dreffedwith lioeps but Ladies to and fudj as fhall fit in the fr on at the balliri the eve JtUgj expend filU dreflTed as to the Cqtirt Balis at Stt That all pepfons properly who pfopofe to gotfttfe Inftallation ball that inay aflanble in the guard chamber and at half an bout1 after leVen the doors willbe opened for their paSage into SHIPN JniV Wind Sailed the Indeavourmanof and Syetranfporjs ipr Came dowrt and for Lesihofri Cpod Dublin Jchrv and 6itvsr and Liverpool Junyi5Faffed by the from Riga Hand in Navy York Fritndrhips South Carolina from frbrh Gal j frnm Cioix from Bremen dore fwm GariKajena Ma from Lovely RuCel fcont Liberty friSm Arrivals the following lJ6rts from Doniinica and and fidm Havre de Grace Farifs Nancy and Philadelphia Liverpool from King of from and NewYork frbm South Carolina ftom from Gambia Feild and Two frrm Serraleoa from Hambupgh Kambro Mollerj and Regina HeWti frorn Dimimea from Jamaica SL Vincents s Antigua frorri Londbri from L O N D O ln ttie eminent Quaker da his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Majefty s moft illuftrious folaciting his favour in relathm to a bill then yelievingthe Qasikers for ti i to which his Uoyal Highnefs made the fallowiag hcxaeft which ought tlie and be impreffed In theimiffds of thole That as afflfeod to liberty ta general and to toleration he might meet with all proper 5 but far he nevsr gave Parliament aiid to influence his or his become liis to feivethem eatirely to theirown confcjence he had alwfkysprefciibcd ahl apttflv o firft tlut has been ftrved up t Alt efe jurfe the pye madeits in nidt of thirtyfour Th cirver was ordered 7jij oad fcaice GlJ threefoiltfas of thecir by t ree ounpet rlnftic mof Fbe rrar nrefnci f mi n la h Id ariH it h its hl it down his finger aivi hiimb fhsn takui ui the learried it thear tai theeis no pffibility of atiivg I carry tlvcm bick 0 the The Count who abounds laid How can that Sr fmthem ftir are frill alive out them in n cv e carry hem to my apartment I reto feed The officer in to was followed by a cro of curious to fee what was but the life guards prevented The Steward sf the Hovvfliold was charged to examine the contents of th and make his re joitof Therewas found in it a off on three oien Sketched om and bound on three different wheels the rjidde one heDuke de and the other uvo de proved gsSetlig efbtesto w hi by ingle is jroiet that the Without a and andfbit ih ii There has xStjrWftS like Court held fineethe MayoraJty of Sir of 150 years The rftlyor ftiadCa atSrft ret urn jbf theimjfttfition by virtue of inlijHng on hishavingan independervtfVjrddic by of charters and his oath bfeVtbe hkbeiifg iflued on the petitipfi fome part this initance his butili for the future that informations of ftould be originally brought to the officially proceed in fuch witlfout 4ny Yefterday MrAlderman Wilkes and Efq attended the Court 6f and entered into fecurity of each to take upon therri the officeof Sheriff atOuildhall on Michaelmas eve for the year At the above Court it was feyeraF fdrrjierly belonging to a want of a will were never bat tliat the tenants had enjoyed the hojtas for many years without paying reni the LordMayor being aflttead the Court of the con 0f fhataffkir was piat off for a further at Sir George in Sir GeeifgSs is to or At Sf Joh rv in the the Janres ftcohd Tori the late t oMifs jtf John ai father and The by means of the aftiined feir natural were the Dnke dAiVuill xs n tlie middle the Chancellor referrting him the to Meflc tfre Duke de as his valet de wiih har and cloatbs on bis 6f Rhei ns exhorted the Duk Choifeul and two in their n performed the ftm0 fficj to his two com Atorffe end f he cHT Jd Ito d Looi XV n as em iem of Before the ctffoltfrowd the CbancHirs anuiff in one and the other the fentence which he fold to the publicfor fixpeflce a piece ts e of which was to efiay thecharges of the and he to te ejuiem the crirnin Under the ftt fiftcr andthe ofthe Coimtefs du Ba twifting the cords irude ufe of to before they are broken on re dned that fervicet te two la j and fj who was placed Between Ctt on flie lialrerthat was t trangle C oifeul to make him enjoy all the delight of tive 1 it as a fwlng to help to digeit her vcn All VerfailTes was employed to but the right pye was at tl Cerf expiring in the eighteen twenty of the French at two oclock It remains now to find put the ic jio fold it is conjecjared he is the fpj m as dimcult to as the primer of the Eccleliaftical Extraftof a Letter dated ibe 6th nmf at A courier ju4t from the of by the Chevalier Du Mintfter Pltnipotentiary at tSiatCour fet out on his return at fum in the The public is greatly It the who is employed bv tlje Ccurt of France t as amediator between Ruflia and the has difcovered that in With kid urJcred our to fuccvu the which will render his and Durand hasdemanded his being a of fuch a teihp r as to terve for a hack ney to bad Me juftifiedhimlelf to the Emfieror in fuxh amanner as to merit his Yefefday was held at a Court of Ef Right by viitue of his Ma jellys the Court of directed to his Lordfhip as the cityof to enquire intathat kind of ofan to pro or want of by rfreKoyal Tiie cafe Majqc who dittl in was to be an illegitiinau foil one MrsElizabeth by the rals devifed feveral real eilates to through to Supplement to the Cotfoan dw Marlxsqf lets bf Ats lttle to or 3 ferjeant ui tibs JVrowne in He thereforetould have lib he gave of lus to which by tHe was void m TJie in ix Jays codicilaud je Chamberlain was yeftcrday fworn hito his office before the Court of At tljeabove Court the matter ofdifpute refpeclingf the upper City Maifoals phce and ribis1 generaliybelieved the preferit purchafer will riotbe Laft Thnrfday Wilkes paffcd day at Mergansthe upwardsof 90 ofthe FreepldeYs ofjMiddlefex in that them his attachment and fidelityin the public thecare hewould take to preferve their as far as pended on as One of tjie toftils drajik with three May the Sheriffs it their duty to employ marn axes and ftrong halters againit the enemies of Old and may they effectually do their Letters from Senegal that the garrifon was very andthat lately went over with the Governorhad not loiirone man in the A letterfrom Chatham thathis Ma jeftys Ciips Emerald and lately arrived thfcre a foreign orderedto be paid mid their crews to be turned overto Liit ntnrday night orders at r n the Preafury the Dutch b iia now at irnrteT j n ounf of adilteraper now the ffiips crew daily i ci flis put under qiidrintHTej vith her is Tbedif it and is faid to be was onboard a Dutch Eaft i iii and called thejail by High Sheriff for the county i is appointed Adjutant to the r royal regiment of A near has acludly ene French at the rite of half a guinea per their to decorate the heads of ths Nubilityand Gentry durmg their iriy at Wind When the Manchefter fiagecoach was lately over turned near it wus laid that feveral pafleu gers weje much and feveral bones broken we are informed no peribn received any hurt except au elderly lady who was terming oilt of the window on the fide the coach by which means her head was fqueezed againft a audlhe died The death of the late William of Efq was occ by breaking a lifdng a child into the wtk his arms on Saturday at his own lie fell down on the and iritontly expicedT belonged to the Boaid of W and was a great favourite with the madehim a of the hotife at Kew in wliicli he lately refideiL iCirby is at Richmond We that a few days fiiice as Lady Aiiariel driving heijjdfinfier at Wardoiir tire Lories fright and threw her Ladyship by which melancholy accident fliehroke the fou of Handy in a about Jourljecn years of was Ycfterday evening a yotjng faid to be an bvrtdier in was drowned in the Jhrpentine River as he wasbathing he be feized with the frtr he called out r but funk before any prfIon could yield iurti rasor wis token i fUrgeonj in relift of David E of datfghtsr of ti White aad wifeto the late Burton the to a vrholefak hofier in At iatlie of Francis fMember of Parliament of Admiral tffthe VVhife Governor df Qrtten and nice to the ef Chriftopher is aiida Com mDnCpaiicilman of Aldgate The Right Lady Frances filbr to Earl i0 Peck Siicllj Athishoufe in Quakers ania At John F5j veiy confidcrable B N K It U T Richard in to furrendertke nd jlft at at John Mr JoKi Nicholas Lydfton lata of the 3ty of ironmonger j and iqh iif atieninthe Nags tiead in Briftoh henry inBriftnL Ute of in verier furrenper at ten the at the Days appointed for matting the of Bankriryts Eftares John of drtjpgtii j tfee iyth of at en in ihe at CuiLhalj Lon Old ii packer the gth of in the at Frans s or late of in the couoty at tne iitliof nr eleyert intor atthe Spring in the laid FTNAL J hn of in the county of anJ coalmercbant the jithof at eleven in the at rbe Spt inJthiefaW hue of now of city of futvivlng partner James oiherwiie Gabriel iaie of oi the lolhof at in the at Certificateto be alowed to a Jshn and John of Mary in the parifhof Andrew ibs city of merchants and before tie of Auguft the REPORT of the WHITE LION IN NT in beinj Isa the bufirtefs having and carried on ai and i J5 hoped the Travelers thcif apdtlgy depend on tne moft gratefui by Their moft obodient B E LT Y Tr S O L D by A U On Monday the 191 diy of at and Crywn atTiing at at oifpofird ot hy private contract A FARM and ESTATE in n of John held Ijy hafe irisai i years frotrt re at iie end of is fnuated ia a fercik aod richaraWe lanrf and Jour fitfC niilw Irofti Hnd four miles froin Lcijhton mid For further inquire of at Tring of in EJ London or of Attorney at at in in Augult of by private contrafl THAT Spjciaui and Sbblkntial MESSUAGE called or BULL with the cuxch and gartien adv D a vtih sjenJ 200 fctt in rront o thc a rfeHluiul of the river an There is an which will is caltjlatetl it ofany trade or at a might If the pi tu al material are ic they wouW pcrfon iiiCgorfimddsted with siihcr or on pbrj of ihc by applying 6f Lonipn to Le Archuc
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