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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 20, 1771, London, Middlesex Price From S A T U R D A to JULY Sold B LAD in PaternotterKm whefe fjLJettm pf t licence in and where thofe who cnule 10 be regularly icrved with Articles of and from Corref are a Co received ra at the Corner of in the iiwB Arid at RoyalExchange oppofite Dunftana of Martins Charingcrofs NO T Frrr V 22 Connttft of Suffix from Liverpool janl The latter w has been plcafed to the be made to tlrcGetieriil in presence of the trim the LONDON G A E JULY I S Majefty hawrig been pleafed to appoint from Bremen from and George Dufee of to be Lord Lieutenant of the county of day took the to be taken His Majefty having been pleafed to appoint the Right Earl of to be Lord Lieutenant of the county of his Lordfhip this day took the oaths appointed to be takin feis Mnjeftyfeavtrig been Hara Leyborae Efq to be Captain General and Governor in Chief of the iflaruis of the and Tobago this day in Council took the oaths Appointed tobe taken by the Governorsof Ma Jeftys July The Bang has been pleafed to appoint John Efq pf the i regiment of to be Secretary to his MajeftysEmbafly to the Court of July TheKing has beeapleafed to appoint Edward E to be Majeftys Robes arid The King has beeii pleafed to appoint Charles Efqj to Comptroller ofthie VgtuaUcrs Accounts of his Majeftys ia the roomof Robert Efq His Majefty has teen pleafed to grant to Sir George his and authority to aflame and ufe the furnaaie of ancalfo to bear die ar HIS of HisMajtftyhas been pleafed to grant his Royai licence and authority to Thomas Efq his and the of Durell in pursuance of the will of Solomon Efq July The inhabitants of Saxony have been to the greateft diftrefs by the violent floods and inundations which at different times this occafioned great ThecDnfrant rains for feveral weeks have been attended with the moil violent fcorms of thunder and lightening ever remembered in this by which confidence damage has bsen Among other the lightening fell laft week upon the tower of the Electors whereby one woman was and two men very much They are antler great apprslieafioos that a considerable of the corn this year will be entirely fpoilt by having been fo oftea under July On Sunday laft her Damfn Majelly was happily delivered of a Princefs the andthe young Princefs both continue as well is can be The inundation of the Elbe retards the arrival of the Bruffian poll it is as draad ful in this nzijhbourhood as it ii in Saxony ors Tuefday morning two in tlje villages of Gamm and gave fo thit the country all about Bergedorfftmd the Vierlandc is overflowed and the great iofles and damages whicirit are greatly felt in this city by the fudden rife of pro the price of which is doubled on account of their they being chiefly drawn from that The fame melaacholy accounts la e been received here from tile Hanoverian Bailiwicks of Blc and Winfen upon the together with the bailiwicks iu the duchy of fituated uponthe are all ah 1 the waters penetrate through the The cattle are driven to the hills but if the waters do nox fall there will notbe fob fircence for S H 1 P N E W UY by Came down and the Mary and for ihila the for NewProvidence Favo for Newfoundland fpr Africa and Put for Virginia and Good for and failed for the the DE JUL Y Wind Came down and failtd the for Newfoundland with the Mary and Ca Lbxeyr for Arrived and failed for tie the from Jamaica ju arid Carolina from Came down and remain his ihip Alans Mi for Gibraltar and of for at the following Stettin fiom Briftol Duke of from Dublin from Georgia and VViJUarn frsm Waterford Broih from Jamaica Kingfton from Newfoundland and from Milford fr JHI Euftatia Three from Barbadoes from Dover from Nantucket frona the Grenades and from Hamburgh Sally and from and from London j and from J Stangatc Greek Peterfburgh Amitys the intbc public G reeve Hanks Clarke j and Phoe from Londoo js Virtuous 3nd from j Bid from Portfmouth ion Yarmotith William and arid from The which flanIs proroguedto Tuef day the ajd of this will tomorrow befurther prorogued to Tuefday the id of Oftober A correfpondent that giving the prorogation fo great a as to the lit of is a fign that the AdinJuillration are well aflurei that we have nothing to fear from any foreign power oS rd Lord Pomfret to be his Qn of Artjfts of Field Ofticers Tbc fouridatioa oftliis we was ft letter from Lord G to the contained fome oblique infiiraations re to ttecoaducl of the A few daysfiscs the brother of z noble whift tlve horles changing at the polhoufe at Hounf lo having fome words with a lady of the town who w is travelling with broke the and w hatever he could get at the on her did n it remain but feized every thing which had and even the The old endeavouring to to fave his was knocked making any com The King has appointe carver at the Inrtallntion Mifs daughter of Lord is appointed Maid of Honout to the Princefs Dowager in the room of Mifs TheLordMayor airived nt Rochefter on day afternoon about four in the Chatham with has train in the Trinity He diately complimented by fome of the principal ijjr fons in the Ris Lordfhip took uphis hiead quarters at the On Friday the greater of the Aldermen and feveral of the CommonCoun ci o Rochefter were entertained by his Lordfhip at din and the day pafled in the utmofi and Many houfes in the town were nated that The Corporation of Kochefttr hij Lordfhip and his company the moil preiHng invitation to dine with them on the But as it ha4 been fettled for the LordMayors procesc iug day to the Efiex to tlte ftone whioh marks the boundary of the city of Lon dons confervancy on the river to afcertain their rights op that his could not accept their On the Friday morning the attended by the Aldermen Sherijr tm4 in the yacht to the ftoiie about two miles which bounds the Citys conlervaricy on the river His Lordfhip obfervecl thece fome letters frelh cut on the fide of the nearefl the which were faid to mean i dtiui ofa of the They werJ crdere3 WbSTfTrSreJiarLy and his Loruihip attended while they were chipped out cf tlfe Sjvtral fniall piece the provide for diftributd among peoplewho The healths ct the Citizens ofLondon and Men of tlie British wjre drank with three A hamper of wine hogfliead of beerwere drank on the John Member fjr came and with but Alderman Mntiber arid refident our was ex but did not on this npr was on any part of taw bulinefs of tlxe Cify of When Kirkmap at be in before feveral thatthey cbuUl not of a for George Bellas was coming to vvhjck Wilkes but is there rut dan ger of its blowing us On Saturday morning the LordMayor proceeded down the but the two Sheriffs Wilkes and remained the morning a Rochefter where they the and paled fome hours there aad oa board the Victory man of now Every mark of regard was thewn them by the officers of the and by an innumerable concourfe of Sir Fletcher Norton gave sodcc in laft Saturdays that he hail iflue his warrant to the Clerk of the at the end ot to make out a new writ for the elefting a Burgefs to ferve in Parliament for in the room of Francis Efq The Commiffioners of the who advertifed onthe ijth inftant to receive tenders for the frright eV 300 tons of provifionsto gave public notice on that they have poflponcd receiving any tenders on occaiion till further occasions fome and the other gentlemen who lately failed roun 1 the world in the Endeavour fpcnt four months at Georges orst of the new vered They made themftlves matters of the andtwo of the natives csme them to where they ware carried off by together with many of the At Batavia the two Grangers were amazingly ftruck with the light of coaches aiul having never feen or ui Georges though they have higfJhey were extremely furprifed iifo at tfee fight of themfelvei aaid company ix a looking Solarjder and his cornpaay touched at forty other undiscovered not known to any other but wliicb have of icbabi tants and have btought over with them thoufand different fpecies of none of wiii were ever known in Europe The lentence of the CourtMartial at Miaotra on Lord to be to That he do make aj public fubmiffioa to General Molly the Govefaori for his imigroper conduS to wirh i diaAji br to tl s of tht remedy this Britain met at the Crown and Anchor tavern in the from whence they proceeded to their ground near Exeter Change in the lately prarchafed and there laid the nril ftone of their for after whioh they adjourned to the aforefaid tavern to din wiien the health of his fuccefs to the were and the day concluded with tiie decency and OaTimrfday the daughter ofmerchant in WHO iias already of her 1tt htr l a elopsd from her fkthers hauie with atobaccomfts They feen at the fame bt have net iiiRce been heard On Friday Moore an experiment with his newconitr lifted He has hung the which is like that of a common coach be large nine feet fix inches in the and draws it with a hovle in The fide ways and the driver is placed upon che too or the coach Moores new contrufted is very large and and is drawn by carried lix perfons and the vvth aaazmpj from Cheapfide to the top of Hcvsitf liii It back at the of ten miles an paihig coaciies and and all other CiairiaTCs it ne near upon the The was tried on Friday night wicii TJ raukins two clmiuron and a to drawn by two honos only to cf a third was put to to up ciuit This they performed ich a chaldron is commonly ace lo Yve inclined Ms connivnice will prove niore ii fince the heijlit and of thtwheels we their as it icenis dirucalt for them to pafo narrow ftreets wiiiiout tearing down the lamos and doing other d mage ihouid of them alia in vucli it would be impofTible for them to or even thty rueet with another carriage but nolibl by making them The Houfes in WiiiteFrhn togive frcih of inibmich that of aiready begun to and fol low their nee of a Divine Providence ever the icciiity of be more vhiin thabdilplaycd at the Lite of n Thj retvhwh it o very great tu fall happened at twtive oc when Ivaidiv any perions were The houie Itfelf which fell n dayfchool kept fn Thirty or forty children mull burifd in the that the hand of Providence mer cifully Supported it till when they were Friday the infant daughter of a perfon of rank fwallowcd ftvernl imnll which her narle hnd put upon threw the child into ccn and Vic died th On Satiirdiy a near Vveitminfter funimjiiLd before a id fined five for a deitrttr from the guards in his hin u bi Laii week the nif of iu was failly delivered of three two girls and a who are ail likely to ThuriUay evening i fire out at next door to the Reahcxue at which in a flicrt time the and a houfe Oa Satur lay morning the houfe or in Bariktts was broice and robbed of to a cojjiiderable John Efq of Caven to Mifs Maria of Upper David of Dean toMifs daughter of the late Si meon Efq of Petsr of to of William of Mifs Pai of At ofthe Cullen of in the Dutch and filter of Walter Efq now the fami At his honie at Thomas day huie in thy rhn a The James At Robert eldtlt to the Right Eardly a fefidence there of feven ycaas in the ytar of At his houfe at formerly com alargeihip in the WeftIndia At Hack aChiiuge Kim be in the In the 9id year of her of From the LONDON AVERAGE PRICES of COR From July tu July By the S laniard WINCHESTER Eijht 9 Bufhel of 5 COUNTIES 6 3 5 o 6 3 6 C 5 6 6 7 7 6 7 7 6 5 6 6 6 5 6 6 6 6 4 10 f 3 I 2 35 7 S 6 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 S 6 4 7 4 A 7 1 O 3 4 4 3 IT 3 6 3 o 3 C O U NT I 5 6 5 7 5 7 5 r l b S 6 n 7 i 6 2 6 3 511 5 I 5 5 6 5 6 6 o S I upon 3 10 3 JI 4 5 J 5 4 10 4 5 4 5 5 c 4 6 I f 4 4 5 4 1 4 ia 1 2 10 2 I I North Wales 5 3 3 3 5 4 o 3 9 4 i 4 2 n 3 c 1 K 2 9 3 5 47 34 o 3 3 7 3 3 3 the C O A 3 ff 51 2 2 5 2 5 z J 3 S 4 6 11 u 9 9 3 4 5 4 2 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 I 3 S 7 9 i 2 6 9 5 9 o 4 o 3 3 3 9 10 i GENERAL A V E R A C per 6 psr Quarter 49 Fart 5 l 210 9 3 o I 27 A 3 8 4 of S C O T L A N 2 C 2 I 3 5 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 39 a 6 4 8 4 Fubhlhed by Authority ot WILLlAWf T of f in h o St le HiinCj c t in ker to c i nnj 3 of at ten in at I Attorn Mat i c jirii ir Bill nn Wnnder the 27ih iqh tioiirin tho l lie an 3 ft uf at rei in ni in of IIT iron r to lurreiider the and3 ill of at at the iiindmiH in in WiJhirn ia Days for malting the Dividends of to JohnMaccuil ck M Robert of Smitht roerchanvs j the jzth of ire icCn in the at Cu Hugh of the pariih of in the county feremaker the Ijth of at chree in the at Swales in the in the Nich 1 of in l3ie of linendraper the ijih at eleven in at This ay Price DISCOURSES on IMPORTANT Difcourfo in three No fuch abDlite or natural or moral in the works dt rhe IIin two Of univerfal Of jiiitice irifotir Of reafohand reiieftion on ip jfconfcience Of Chfii feilciins ffCori upon in rw6 thjf trelHen rule rloirvz as we would be dooe By the lare EDWARD S My Forrhefly Fellow of RevifecJ forthe prefs hv the Author dieathy And piibiiftecby his The EDWARD Reftor of Printed for j1 nt Oxford arid fold by in Pauls may be by The wbqieJJpdhjne of His Remarks on Che Lifeof Reginald Ps
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