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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 23, 1771, London, Middlesex                                TUBS JULY to JULY at in PateNnofterfotir where Adver ArttcJw of Letters frort gre in Ftetftfeet j at the Corner of in the Corner of Craigs JULY EVERAL Swedish fliips are taken into his which Are to be employed as transports to bring home fome of the regiments from the Weft July The harverl of every kind o grain promifes this year to be one of the fineft and moft plentiful that has been known in this country for a long The filk irorms both in Valencia and Murcia have entirely Laft year they had fuch an abundance of as to admit of exportation j but this year have barely faflicient for home C O U N T R Y July Yefterday as winemerchant was returning home from his horfe threw and fraSured his fcull fo that he th S H J P N W Wind of the outward bound are put and with IKS Majeftys fhips and Cruizer Arrived and failed for the from from Paicd by the from Dominica from GullinoUy Star and fromMeflinaj and Fort from Senegal Royal from and uowi fltoertifef Prince of Riga from NewYork and from Cork and Arrivals at the following Ports Bbvtf and froan the Grenades j Mary and from Carolina from CfrTfrtf ii from South Carolina Bvi from Georgia j and Friehdi frem the t Chancy from Georgia and Lady from MNtaie Richard and Harft Patfey Bar4 and frcwn Jatnaca and from the Gre nades and Dominica Oporto from NewYork Bur and Kirby from and lorn Grenades Marquis of and from London aud An from from 5tlford from Bremen Lady fiom Quebec and from and Generous from Jamaica from and from NorthCarolina Friends from London New from LonJon t and from Briftol from rrorn Georgia from the Philadelphia Pennfylvania fronv Virginia Mom from Carolina from London and Newfoundland frcm Gambia from Villa Franca from Genoa frow Antigua from L 0 N D O Three French Noblemen arrived on Monday night m from in order to be prefetif at the Lord fo polite as to fend tickets to all the foreigners of dillin5rion at the W eft end of the in his Majcftys ExtraS ef a liter from dated July Six haadred recruits and fome warlike tores are ordered immediately for under convoy of of laws fanned bythe King Sar dinia was lately in two volarfies at underthc faniliori and by order of his The greateft inftanct of Jefpotic pdwer that has been exerted in Europe this century lately exhi bited at TheMagilrfawsof thatfreecity had forbidden the Prufljan officers to levy rrten within their diflrift and the Poftmaftwy wlvo is a fervant of the King of and iccoimtabfeonly to to pafs Come cats of whicrj for the PrnHun without In of committing thefe two grtat offences againft his Majefty of the city of Dantzick was after paying 75000 and fub fcribingto certain to depute fSvo Coun fellofs to make fubniiiTion to the offended All the Pruffian fubjeifts resident at pfrtinptorUy ordered to return to live could be more cm el than this arbitrary many of thefe people had had all had acquired coii fiderablc nnd had fpent the principal part of theirlires in tint trading Tiiey writs from thru Saletine cor fairs are ROW cruifmg in the which have feized feveral Portuguese with rich freights from the and carried them into their owrr The Spanifh Admiral inthe Mediterranean has been fuperfeded in and Cent home to in a frigate dispatched for thai There was no Court of Aldermen for want of a competent The nextCourt of Alderman will be held the roth of Septeniber Laft Saturday at four the Lord Aldermen Kirkmaivand Sheriff embarked in the Chatham and Trinity yachts from under a difcharge of At the More the Chatham dropped that his Lordfnip land near oh the Efltx It was reprefcnted to his Lordfhip that going on as the waves run in an opaa would be his Lordfhip laid he would do his aod immediately took to the and RoiTeter accompanied with the With difficulty they arrived on fbore within thepariih of his Lordmip sdsout to arrive politely fent down and then the whole comnany proceeded to about three miles where the fame ceremonies were gone and toails as near Upnor money diftributed to the His Lordihip and RofTeter partook of foms refrefln meuts for fhort time at the Ladys They then M to Grave ftaid there that night with the roil of the who all left that place on their return home on Sunday as mentioned in When the city barges were the impa tient citizens appeared much hurt at fo long do you complain fays o ou think you not live to fee a turn of the tide in our favour The Earl of Derby is appointed Lord Lieutenant uf the county of Matthew Pepper Efq is appointed Bar rackMafter of in Willis is Laundrefs to his Majefty iace in the room of The Refolution late Atkins from is arrived at Helena Qia fpoke with Bridge water and Vanfittart ft me time bsfore her arrival botli Cliips The abate account was brought by the Carolina which is arrived at Dover from the fuit between Ld and Ly Chuft t0 be fervd widh oppofite two yfhich are tobe Rationed A rupture with tlie Court of Vienna is much apprehended couriers are going to and fro conti departure of the Prince de Rohan ror Vienna is poftponed for a Ext raff a letter from June Monday the being the feaft of Jphq the principal patron of this the day was celebrated as and the Great Duke and Rofal yith foreigners of aud the whols Court being renlered the fcatt pirticularly At the horferace ni the 15 bbrfcs ftarted for the rich at upwards of 500 given annually to bs run for here on this which was won by the famous Englirh chefnut belonging to of recommended to the Right the Marquis which horfe won allo laft rummer at all our races Ad is reckoned the bcft Irorfe to run without a that ever was in tins Extra fi of a Letter front On Friday latt his Bntanmck M ijeftys Minifter Plenipotentiary at this fet ont from hence with his Lady on ttorirwaytoKnghnd for a few having fome days before pvdentej to their Sicitijm Majefties as Churge AtFiiires in his of to Mifs daughter at in daughter to currier iiv toMifs daughter of of o i is it is thoxight there will be fome difficulty is procuring fufficient evidence for a divorce his Lp has already recovered da from without any defence having been made on the of thelatter which it is therefore fuppofed the latter is not to In the courfe of this fuit fome letters of Ly Lr and Ai will be produced and by which the Italian Count appears to be a formidable rival In epilixilary correfpondence to the EtoglijK In one of liis the tcila Ly tturt when be is in her company his hhcd is all but when be is abfent from her it is all The Ladys letters do no difcredit to her and prove her difordtr was not in her It is believed that his poftilliqn muft at produced as a or the divorce We hear that the author of the WeftIndian is preparing a comedy for the en filing under the title of the We are informed by a correfpondent at that a few days fmce the had misfortune to fail into the near Maiden headbridge by and would in all probability have been had it not been for the kindnefs of a gentleman who was paiiingthat and who refolutely jumped inte the and brought her out m his She remained infenfible for Come but on being put into a and proper means ufel tor ihe came to The Lady of Sir delivered of a daugbterj at his twufe in Great George Thoma of Jcnnyn to Mils of tae fjme lsle to Mil of Bread At lier hwilfcat Cham At his houfe at in the s5th year of his John Efq an eminent merchant at that in B A R U P T Jahn of the parifli of Dunfhn m the and chapman to the loth 6lh and gd of at four fi after Ayrtonand Inner o merchant to furrendcr the at three in the 23d of of at ten in the at tht Rofe antCrown in John if Day appointed for making the Dividend ot a Bankrupts Elates to WHiam late of IB the county of the of at the fign of the in in the county of FI NAL CertiBrate to he t a JoSn cf Mir in Imerf draper and baker on bcfrre the Ijthot To be S O L D by Public A U C T 1 O By order of the AlTignces of the eltate and tifeiU of JOHN late of thy ciry of on Tuefday ihe day of Augui at the ReinDeer in the city of between the hours cf four and fcvcn oclock in the upon fuch conditions of fale as fhajl then be A FREEHOLD ESTATE confuting of the following A latelyercOed capital called with two gardens well plumed fruit a and all other our fuitaWe for a gentlemans very plcafanly in the of in the counry of the city of within rniies of the uyon the wliich conimawds an extinfivc view of the and at a froin tie gteai turn pikeroad that leads from Lincoln to now un ready for the reception of f A and other zll in good the aid cspital rnanfonioufc and feveral clofc 5 well fenced of and pallure the faid tvvo lioufesj containing ai tis aboutyO acres together with one and a mall jjlantaiiorvcf nee in one cf ihe aid now in the occupation of Thomas vvho wi For furtiTsr pariiculars of Chirlas of in the of Efq of rbo county Efq Eullace jf AlTiijncis oi the eilate ind or cf at who has a plan 10 fhew of rhe On Friday ihe j6h day of Augull by three oclock in the a PUBLIC AUCTION vill be hLld at the Inn in for felling for the remainder of a tsrm of 500 years about 40 oi which are efcaped LL thac convenient and the Tenement an1 all thafs Tene and fremifes called Law and Hohlcs and GravelpitMearl being pica fancly fituated in ths hamlets and tiiliin of and parifh of near in the coanry of Southampton and containing by about 58 acres of And if the fame premifes are not then a public auftion will be held at rhe houfo of John the tenant of the did prenkfles at Wypmfon en the the igth day of the faid month of for fcllinj rhe premifts for a lenn of 14 or 21 at on terms and condition then and there to be For further particulars apply to Charles in who will caule the premifes to be fhewn to any To be S 5T13 by A U C T 1 U On Monday the igth diiy of at the Rote and Crown Inn at Trinj in at twelve oclock at unlcfs diLpoferl oi before hy private A FARM and ESTATE ficuate at CHED DING in now in the oc of John held by It ale Merton At To be By DIG jr Crown rhe riie 6ih didinaMo at nme irnproved ort to with into two dWinft FSntJem3tj which farm houfc and dove acres f araMe and 80 of meadow and abotfMyo of and are lets o on itNvard of at the yearly fum o The ovher which was in tlie oc cujwtjonof fhelytc cohftfts of a convenient aparrraent or a with eoachhoufe and ftabltf forfour and kitchen all wafkd and about nine acres of meadow and wood hnd fflMHy io William the Further particulars be had of Thomas in Great London where a plan of the eilatc be To SOLD Vf By THOMAS On Thurfday the ifl of between the of twelve aftd at Garraways in A Valuable Copyhold called Wiatts fituated at Wutts in the minor of Fin re ior years from La at the end of even Chuddington i 1 rt land meadow lour mils from iix and four liom all good corn Fw further particulars inquire of Tririk of in II at ot cf Attorney at a in S OUTH AM F T O To be SOLD by In Auguft Unlers fooner difpofert oJy private comrart THAT Spacious and SublUntial MESSUAGE or called or BULL with the coach and garden ad ituate in a of the The premifes extend aoo feet in front to the and command a delightful pcofpsft of the river and New There is an underground which will contain about So The whole is well calculated for the exercife of any trade requires much or at a fmall cxpencs be made an If the purchafe mould be inclined to ali ttie fo that they would be Any pdrfon may be accommodated with a part of the either in or on a A plaji the whole may be and further paniculars by applying to Bedwell in Avematy to Le Attorney ac Law gr to at greth in thecouity of five from and al goud The efUte condfts of a genteel iih all kinds of convenient and about 107 acres at inclofed lettonleafeat jer annum to John of which about four years are ife will be old at the f me freehold and a piece ot virh a fituate Com Istt at ptr and iwo enemfnis on Hay lett at prr The prtmiics may be Viewed any day till the Frinted particulars may bs had on the pretrufes at coftee houfe at the at Brentvvoorf at the place of fale and at Norton Val where a of the eftate may be To be I D A u C T u By On Thurfday the lit of at houfe beginning THRcapiral compadl Frithold Mstur 6f near Chipping in about twentyone miles diftant from London and ofabout 176 acres of rich meadow and arable and about 40 acres of wood with great plenty of under wcod likewife a kinds of ufeful large gajiens n oriamen ed with in which is great pisnty anrf pJanted with ail of in and uiral waiks adjoiaing and a lann for bowling alfo a with convenient The faid with abour 236 of the above Ian is much underlett to n per iliiwifetwo freehold fieidi Rven acres a the bottom L ihe Giand nxt leLl at per to Dorc and one field 10 ive ycr the remainder of the lniis in Tht nay be any day except Sa tirdays and til die Printec uiars iJ on the premifes j at Toms at the Brenwooi at the place of and at Nor ton where a of the cibte may ye SOLD by A U C T J O By THOMAS K J D G E W A At the at on Weiinef ths diy of jt FRERHOLD KSTA at South near Barnct j confining of a wellbuilt brick called the Black Hoife at in ihe high road to Albans two a brge go fcei in ft bes ani and about 7 aces of in incloleii one of which ij and the oher unde lct te John tenant at it twenty cre an clear of all The premifes may be by applying to the Printed particulars will be tklivereH at tht place of and at R Norton To be SOLD by By SAMUEL At tke White ILirt in in the county of on Saturday ihe jrf of at four oclock ia the in the county of with the lands rid pra roifes thereto except the advowfon of the lare tie of THOMAS confirm of a an which are two dwel ling and proper f Ol If I 6 Ij the and the tenants pay the hues fees to the Lord and his Part of the tithes premifes are left to William tenant ac the old yearly rent of and thc at the yeairy rent of The quit rerrrt are per The premifes are held by leafe from the Dean and Chapter of for a of 21 years from renewable every feveo years for on payment of a and fubjeit to an annual rent of 27Alborn is about feveT miles from five mites from about two miles from further particulars equirerf or at AlWxn who will ftew the r Printerf partieaHrs ihd condiiinn of at Poflhcufes about the at the place of v SaznueJ ur holder and fworn it A To be S O L D by A U C T i O Before the major part of the mifiign of Bankrupt awarded SEVERAL FREEHOLD and COP in the county Efiex former cftates of Tfjeodofius Jofeph Efq Particulars whereofmay be had at Dag Timely notice of the day and place falc will be in other j   

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