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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 25, 1771, London, Middlesex f vetiiti O H D 6 Price Twe pence From JULY to JULY Sold by EL AD at in Paternoiterrow where Advertifcmencs and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who chafe to be regularly ferved with n j T X i Tuts to Articles of and Letters from are received by RICHARDSON and at the pppofite Fleetftreet at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom Mains Chsringcrofs the Corner of Channgcrofs in New Bondftreef and NO WHERE JULY H E C A JUNE HE Commilfary at an advertisement to the Clergy notifying them of a convention to be holden in William and c the 4th of The fub jeft I hall then recommend to your ferious confidera tion and attention will be that muft appeal of the higheft the expediency of an application to proper authority for ail American Jnlj On Wednetday Charles and his lady and returning home in hischaLfe to their feat at luar ftopt to waler his liorles about haf a mile from his houfe as he was taking the bitts from their they took fright and run Weftern endeavouring to ftop was killed on the fjpot Weftern toffcd the child out of the arid afterwards jumped and neither ci thern received any hurt but he has been diftraSled ever fince for the lofs of her July Laft Saturday a writ of enquiry executed before the Sir Henry one sf the Judges of between of and his opponents in Swaledale jn this when they agreed to pay Smith ja with colts of for the damage done his in s h t w b Wiijd Arrived and failed for the the from Came dewn and failed the for France and Amitys A for Remain his flbop and te India JULY Pall by the from Dublin and from ths Grenades Mary and from South Carolina from lifbon Charming from Gnemfey and Baiba does from Barbadoes j and from ARRIVALS at the followine Dover from Virginia from Barhadoes from Dubhu and Lady from NewYork from Hamburgh from Newfoundland from Jar from NowYori Patfoy from Brjitol Brown ani from Ppole Tingmouth and from from Oiydte from and from Vincent Peteffburgh Suiton Hunver and Ex from London Amitys from Newcaitle and 1rom Opno from Swanfe Deo from SouthCarolim from New foundland and 6hn from frotn Dublin and Earl of Shan non from Liverpool from Virginia from Jamaica and from Maryland from Liverpool Royal Char MKirdy and from Barbadoes from Kites from riolyhead from Dunkirk from Vksynia from OffWeyrnouth from Ckwes from HortjTnvjuth from Holyliead from from Yefterday the LordMayor fent a letter of thanks t6vtiBe of the Adrairalty for the life of the Chatham yacht lift when taking a fufvey of the river Thames and Mcdway a like letter was fent to the Elder Brethren of the Trinity houfe for the ufe of their yacht on the fame of e ltttrfram dated July few as the King was returningfrom he taken with a attended dimnefs oi fight the alarm but the phyficians in wiiting foon remedied the Wliich they attributed to the revolutions of n tnre in tke different chajges of the This caufe not beinj the King ordered La Maitiniere to btfent for as foon as he arrived he entered the Kings who was along with the Captain of and the Firft Lord of the Asfoon as De La Marriniere bfesk informed of fee the duration of the and the aufes that had occafioned he feltthe Kings pule with fixed and in about a minute ifaidto you ordered me to tell you the truth and J muft obey Your indicates It is in your power tb prolong your or morten The Kiag looked at him with a moment to hin ia very obliging La L thaik and I fliall anecdote current which that the Chancelor haviag fent to folicit an au dience of the Prince of that Prince returned I mall fte him at tl e The is famous fquare at eond among whom Cartouche with many more of the fame have formerly Extract of a letter from dated June Wednefday laft being the anniverfary of the day appointed by the Royal Charter for the election of Counsellors for this the Great and General Court or Aflembly met at Havardcollege in Cam in the morning when the ufual oaths were ndminiftered to the gentlerntn whr were returned to fcrve ax Members of the Honourable Houfe of Repre who to the declaration The Houfe then midc of Samuel Adams for their Clerk after which they chofe the Thomas Efq their His Excelkncy the withthofe gen tlemen of the Council who refided in then fet out from the arrived at Harvardcol lege and being in the a Committee of the prefented the Speaker eleft to his who cut a in that he approved of their The next day the Governor made a peech to in which the following are the noft It is with pleafure that I now inform that the accrmnt which I thought myfelf warranted to trnafmit to England the laft of the general dif in the people of the province to promote order and due fubmhTion to gave the reatelt to his who has nothing more at heart than to fee his fubjecls in aftateof hap peace and By making thefe the reat of my Lfhall advance the real intereft of the and at the fame time do that duty to the King which he requires of The common interior bufmefs of the neceffary to be afted upon at this I need not sarticularly point out to The ftate and circum lances of that part of the province which lies to the Eaft and North of Penobfcot where fettle ments are every day making by perfons who have no colour of lam required by the King to recom mend to your ferious I think the people deceive themfelves agroundlefs expecla ion of acquiring a title by force of I cuoivthat hiiMajeftyisdifpleufed with fuch proceed ng j and I have reafon to apprehend that a longer negleft of effectual on ovtr to prevent any further and torenuwe thofe already will occaiiou the interpofition of to maintain and preserve the poffeiTion of this country for the fake of his Majeitys timber with which it is faid td I recommended this im lortant bufmefs to the Ailembly of the I aft at their in The Council thought it then to be ailed upon but the Houfe re it to the next and then let it drop without further The Houfe of before they pro ceeded to fent a meffage to the with a renewal of their old complaint relative to their being obliged to afiemble at inftead of the Townhoufe in Bofton to which the Governor fent the following anfwer Gentlemen of the Houfe of Yen may depend upon my reprefenting to his by the firft the inconveniencies which you in your meffage of to attend your fitting in any otaer place than the town of I reftrained from holding the Court O there without his Majeftysexprefs leave hope be fore another feffion to obtain his leave I will en deavour that every obftacle may be upon this and every other to convince you that I am defirous not meraly of prsterving to y u the enjoyment of all your juft rights and but of procuring every convenience fo far as mall confifVwith my duty to the f Extraft of a letter from a gentleman in the county a his friend in I read with great aftoniihrnent the late Remon ftrance of the City of Surely never was a piece of more foleron exaggerated mifre and outrageous They talk of the ancuift of thfir hearts and I be it is no fmall concern to feveral of that they have hitherto been in ipite of all their opren and ferret to overturn the corutita and introduce a general fceneof confufion and They likewife of thfe gnat and unparalleled fouls how mournful and diftrefled is their condition and how do they groaa under a bondage worfe than ftvan gers all the comforts of civil and utterly deprived of all not only of but even of and almoft of thinking a they like I But joking fuch inflammatory and violent proceedings in the Cityof London are as impolitic as they are fcandzlous j for they muft in the end de prive the City of all weight and confluence in the eyes of the andrender the Remonftrauces of the Livery of London as little regarded by other as outcries of an old when an unlucky fchoolboy runs off with an apple We are from good that there is nowcnfting at one foundery in London 150 tons of cannon balk for Spain and Agents are alfo buying up the old ballsthey can meet v for the fame kingdom a greatquantity nowlies ready at a cereal The from is arrived in Yarmouth roads with fix h1h and 1860 Shs brines thf following account of the The Haw ke has got four nih the and are loft the one fifh 3800 feals one fifh ditto ditto ditto four fmall tifh two ditto three ditto one Eritifh one ditto three fmall fifh Berry two ditto two Newcaftle four Whitby five fmall fifh James and five ditto feven Liverpool Lion five fmall Leith three fmall Laft week was tried at before Juftice a remarkable caufe between Bsnjamin Tay of near plaintiff and Matthew of the fame The acTion was brought for a by making fundry which not only infected the or railier the plaintiffs own family in but alfo his pafturcs and gardens to a degree before never heard When after a hearing on both for near eight and many fen fible remarks made by the Judge between a real nuiiance and difagreeable and liow many of his Majeitys fubjecls might be liable to fuch pro fecutions from carrying on many neceffary the Jury diredliy concurred with the and with out going out of declared in favour of the Mils one of the young ladies who was lately murdered near was to have been married in a fhorttimeto a gentleman of that Wednefday the daughter of haber in was run over by a coal and killed on the Tuefday part of a ruinous houfe in the Mint fell by which accident two perfons were On Wednefday two lads wen4 on board a barge lying at the Old Swan to one of them fell into the Thames the to fave fell in were both Wednefday about ten two young men were drowned at nsarthe night the houfe of Frederick Efq in was broke open and robbed of to the amount of and It is imagined that the villains were as there a whole icrvicd of worth within their uhich uas left abour tea in returning from was flopped in Fivefootlane by a foot who pieflntinga to blowout his brains if lie did not deliver on Allens re the villain immediately but fortunately the only in the pan the rogue endeavoured to nixke liis but on Allens calling out ftop he was fecured by the Wednefday carried before Juftice who committed him to the On Wednefday evening a rtfer to a on hi return to was robbed near Henley upon by a ilnglc of above and his We are that warrants are i fined out againlt three notorious who for gentlemen of who have for de a gentleman of a confsderable or money a few nights ago at at a houfe noted tor gaming at the Weuend of the Lait Monday was committed to by Henry Efq two men for horleftciiling on examination they proved to be old ofieaders it is thought one will be admitted as he oifers to make great There are near thirty in this On Sunday a woman was taken out of a houfe Georges charged with concerned in forging the will of the late broker anJ and car ried to Woo ftreet The weekly bill of mortality mentioni the death of i perfon aged The Lady of Lord Brownlow Rertie delivered of a at his Lordihips houuin Alexander Efq Com ftoras and proviiions at Sewell to anEnfigncy in the ajth of late of the to the command of the Ferret of Williams to the command of the Wolf in the room of Baincs to the raand of his Ma jellies iloop the Falcon Thomas Efq of New to Mifs Elizabeth tf Qiieen in the to Mifs of Hifg5 in to Mils Marfli of of to Mifs Ann of Edward Sur in to Mifs of an eminent to At his Houfe in South Sir At hij houfe in Great Rulfe11 Robert formerly brooke Eq who laft year feivcJ the Office of High Shcrirf for the coilnty of In Mifs At his at Rifby near Efiton Man waring Efq He is fucceeied in his eftate by his Roger Manwaring who very near beingof Eq lirother to wife of viio was that At Little Daniel Efqj formerly an ofHcer JACOB to her and the Hrincefs M recommend to the his newlyrtjfcovtred ESSENCE of PEARL and PEARL UEN IRiFICE which he found to be grealy not ha afp in to any thirvg hitherto made uTe of for com plaints TEETH and CUM3 the will prelerve the Teetri in a perfeift even to old age they render them wiiite and heaut without in the lead tmpaiiiny the enamel faflsn fudi as are keep fuch as are already from becorhinp prevent tbs perfeflly the StURVy in the and mike them grow firm and dofe tq the Teeth they Lkewife render tie BreatJi delicately fwee and reTiedy ail thofe disorders that are the of Scorbutic by appnintment Hsrrtet wholefae and retail by Per in neat the bottom crt the Haymarket fnld alfi retail hy oppofi fthe in and nn whrif eHi in Price j This Day was In One Volume in A DISQUISITION on MEDICINES that DISSOLVE the STONE in which ChittickS fecret is confidered and In two The fecond part is now firft and tint By ALEXANDER Printed for the and fild by Pauts Churchyard Wilfon and in the Strand and the corner of The very numerous fubfcribers and of this work ars rerfpeftfully deiued to frrid tr their booTs to who will deliver tin work in boaids to each fubfcriber on fendin his NEW For Mufical Catch Country JuJI Price 5 CATCH CLUB HARMfJN7Y being an entire new fet of near ico ior three and four Compofed by JOHI and foM for he by and Cheapfide alfo by and in Pater may be juft by the fame The EfTcX Harmony being ifn entie new coileclon of celebrated Songs and and for and 6 from ihe yvorks of the rrtolt eminent In 1 Price hound The Complete The 6th price Church Mufic Reformed The art of Pfalmody nnrp all Price r J ha Day iuaj Price 2 6 or 3 Very proper for all and ufeful for all Private tbofe refiding in ihe The THIRD vrith With an Jndex of and their and the Receipts from rhe Suneons TKE MODERN of LONDON M The and The HydePark exaft copies of the and a account of the different methods of cure at the different for the various difafcs incident to ihu human Printed fwr in Paternofter row in the String and in Pauls Where may be had the book in Nexl inill be Prxe 6 to he continued monthly UMBER of a N VV W O R IE DIARIAN REPOSITORY Mathemuicai Rcgifter Ccntaininp all the together their which liave been fiuhiiihcd in the from the commence in of thi kind were firl uced into that work to the present By a SOCIETY oi C O N D I T I O N Thnt tiie work be printed in and will make ons handfomc That Uie whole will be comprifcd in 30 Knelt numher price only 6d will contain three tliccti of leuerprefs and The firfl number to be publifhed on and thence regularly continued on clay of tach fucceffive until ihe whole fhail To ths The defign of this work is to collect from the Ladies Diaiits a complete let of Matheirutical regiftcred in the fame with the names of the refpeftive authors under which they appeared in each fucceffive numher that annual It is alfo propofed to annex or more of the belt Anfwers then likewife1 fubjoin when neceiiary a Repofitory to the latcft improvements in the feveral brane matherriatical learning the utilrty of fuch tremely as many of tliofs publiflied in the refer only to the bare numbers which farisfy the co of the without anyfort of investigation ever not to mention many more to whichfalfe a folutions have been The Mathematical will be furnifhed by this work with moie than boo q propofed and confcqaently ths invention of aim many ditferent which muft undoubtedly fuch a variety of examples in thr Various tical as to render this perfrrrnance a have already ttt
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