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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 30, 1771, London, Middlesex Vetim L O N D Price Twopence From JULY to AUGUST Sold by at Paterruxiterrow where Advertifements and Letters of fwelligenii taken in and where thofe who cfmfe to be regularly ferved with THIS are AdvertiferoentSi Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by and U oppofite Dunftang in Fleetflreet at the Corner of in the Strand the harcum of Martins the Corner of ChariogCfofs in Bondftreet and NO WHERE JULY From the LONDON JULY ROYAL edift has been ifTued within thefe few giving full liberty to maleSj at the age of and females at that of twenty five to marry with out the confent of their provided it be with perfons of equal rank and whofe characters have not been rendered infamous by being pubiickly and judicially ftigmatiZed but there is added a penalty of difinkeritance on thofe who hall attempt to anti cipate the privilege by marrying before the above jaentioned ages without the confent of their July His Majeityhas been pleafed to prefent theophilus to the rettery in void by the translation of the late Bifhop of Lichfield and Coventry to the fee of On Th rfday laft the Right Worihipful the accompaoicd by the Right the Earl of and attended by the went in procellfon from the with a band of to the place for the intended new bridge in this thefirft ftone of which was laid by his Lordlhtp upon this many thoufands of people were who teftified their approbation by repeated His Lordihip was pleafed to make a prsfcnt to the woMcmen Tbe company returned in the fame and afterwards dined at the Crown where an elegant entertainment was provided for S H 1 V E W JOLY Wind Sailed this morn ing the for and all the reft of the outward except his MajeiVys fhip which is preparing to Faffed by the Hen from Belfaft from Georgia from the Grenades and itpm Lady from Jamaica fromRhodeIHand froirrRiga from Guernfey j and Refoiu from ARRIVALS at the foMowias Jamaica Grenades from Tsantz from In the Downs Earl of from Newfoundland vJifcpy i Vibert Gond Meltry Durel Cabot and Charming from Jerfey and ising Waterford and from Vevis from Kitts and from Barbadoes from Brirtol from Antigua and from Peterfburgh from London Heart of from Dublin Jenny and Dai from tahnouth and Marquis of from Liverpool from Oporto Norwich from Yarmouth Pro from Aberdeen j and from Bvemen from SouthCarolina and Hamburgh City of from An anonymous letter having been received by the Right Honourable the and tranfmitted by him to Lord that the writer thereof would make fome important difcoveries con cerning the late fire at Portfmouth if he were allured of his Majeftys pardon which letter hath been laid before the King his in laft nights promifcs his pardon to the writer of the faid letter for the offences therein provided information mail be given to one of the Principal Secretaries of upon which the par ties concerned jnay be apprehended and brought to It is faid that fome important relative to the reception of monies by Iome gentleman in Adminiftration for which have never been difpofed has been the occafion of leveral meetings inDowningftreet and Yefterday the Earl of Hertford let out from his houltin Grofvenorftreet for Extratl of a Letter from June We have had a trial about the legality the Aflembly of this into which three Roman tholics have been admitted by royal not withiandmg an aft cf parliament of King William and Queen to oblige every perfon enjoying any place of profit or trull under in the colonies as well as in to take the teft ami certain which thofe members This illegal Aflembjy laid a tax upon la Baye Pot we refufed to pay let the Marfhal and then fued We have had a verdift in our the Jury refilling to give a fpecial The Judge elder brother to the Alderman of who is a gentleman of ufiblemiihed and fciend to legul diitinguifhed Mmfelt by his integrity updn this and gave a moiV ex cellent charge to the The other his endeavoured ta intimidate We had at night illuminations and Judge was burnt in and leveral barrels of porter drank to health of Judge or Greivada the Britifli and no difpcnriwg Extrftft cf a Letter from We are informed that ifoo of the infurgents in this the day after Governor Tryon gave them and defeated flurendered laid down their and took the oath of allegiance therefore it is hoped the remain port of thofe Irnvljls defperadocs will never dare appear in with intent to fubvtrt government and good disturbed and afterwards 1iy down for a con flderaWe to admiration of every one pre The Lady of Philip Efq de livered of a fon and heir at Lady Cults in Upp5r At Alvqrftoke in Francis Eiq of the Royal to Mifs Fanny niece to John Efq Maftcr in and Member for Newport in the Ifle of Peter in the aged to Mifs Butter of Richard Efqof j aged to Mifs Sally aged 6 euns 1 O atloiners Winieiis at there held at gave an to the to Two regiments are ordered to embark immediately j At his houfe in Lower for j Efq formerly an offiserinthehorfc By letters from there is that a At his houfe at near courier had julf arrive 1 there with th1 the John belonging to his of Kama had rejtfted feven of icles i Mint in the ill Ivy of peace drawn up for ratification between the ALtttcr from dated June Clerk of eminent English of foiling prohibited lias lately up and committed to The King of with our Merchants for fevsn new friga On Mondayn entertainment wasgv hall by Alderman and Court of AmSlants of were prefent the D V and leveral other was a ball for the Yefterday the adjournment of after which the elegant eaiteitainnieat at the A patent having paSTed for Duvi be formed into a all the therein are to be repaired and beautified by ncxv Cruttendsns elegant vilL in Put was fold yefterday to Dunning for 6900 The nitii1 viie and 3800 feals the with une and 50 are both arrived in the river from The from is ar rived at Liverpoole two fiih aud 60 Yefterday a newconStructed beoninr Raban and was drawn from tfceir ax WhiteFriars with 13 facks with the greatelt cafe and by one It woiked with fame horle from oclock in the m till late in the At the alHzes held at for the county of j a bill of indictment was found by Gran a butciier in the for j quantity of putrified meat in a paSTige near Thomass j At the fame a bill of indiclment was j agaiaft the owner or occupier of a at tlu which at a afllze had been prefentcd as a i Yefterday morning the houfj of in was The tiieves got imto a and packed qp fome but goingup ande j deavouring to force open the diningroom were heard by a lad in the jumped and taking one of his matters pito i fired towards the place from whence the u ii p ceeded a groan wasinStantly and fled with without taking By the quautity of blood Spilt on tij j is imagined the party muft be defperately The villains cut the throat of a large lunged to the aud who was frequently to but was unattended j Monday a little about four years daugh ter of in fell out of a twopairofStairs and was killed on tlic On Saturday a tradefman in the having fome words with liis Struck which the latter returned on which a fcume when the maftergave his fervtrttanunh and he died in a few The former immediately The C6roners Jury fat on the body on and brought m their verdict Man Yefterday at the adjournment of the feSTions at a young an apprentice to an eminent engraver in this was tried for aflauiting his malter he was found and ordered to be ini prifoneJ two months in tpe On Tuefday morning laft a Shoemaker of Lie worth was married at Sepulchres church to a young woman of After the ceremony the young who was very gen teelly dreffed to the great aftonifhnwnt of all pre declared he had not money to pay the and therefore begged his acquaintance to lend hijn ektNte The company confifted of none of whom were able to lend him the whole fum how they each and extricated poor Crispin from his Laft a irjeant of the horfegrenadier guards wjj interred in Hampftead with all military at which it is fuppofed there were 5000 As Soon as the Corpfe w s his horSe lay down by the to the aikmiihmsut of the populace and when they made him getup a he kicked and prance as if wiraged at being John farrier to his late George asred 87 one ot the tide Jarveyors ofthe port of his Slat in in Robert in the of the rnd formerly a Solicitor in At John South At William Efq a merclunt of that Jofeph ESq of At coalmei1 In James Eiq Counsellor at To hofc have the care of Dcntift to hir and the Princfffs leave to that lie from and thit one principal caufe of the 1 fs of i EETH eariy in is a ne of them when in the ftue of proctcding from an opinion that ae too tender to bear clsanin and being fenfible rhat his ESSENCE of PEARL willnot do the injury to tteth even in their oi9 the is fo very it will ketp ilie s of chidren trom being arTcftsd with ti will tiie firft from premature rno prevent tlolc aces md fvvere pains in the teeth to which they are fo much fu JTift abjut tie emit of them that it render the ftcond tfeth tronger and contuhute very greatly c the beauty and of sliem their vvhils Jives He thtrrr himfeff thorouglily n taking lery to the ufe or iiis aoorHina to with as foon as the let of ttetli s which is generally abouc tht age of two The of Pear ii fold by Per in ner ihbottom of the Hiy marUc and by f erpofite the India and no wfiere elfoin the of n wax r 10 vr the 6th t afive in the oi at four in at rive in the at Cuilo at Giriilers HJ i of in York th jzth and of Au it in in the at r Great Shire v in the iii lockfmith a ihu the iten arj lOhutSeu av G L snj i th of K fe I ncndjr tnir in u c ui Mi h el at ii ihc city t in fur llic HiviiJends ui tftjtes A Ticnl in wne he ioh if at vn in ihe f s in liis n of i A L K D ir 1 te of in Li mi in the 11 il the Blatk n 10 in in FINAL ii v i P t N late cf the piriili of in dcalc and chijim hcarh of at fixmthcaf ac Fi N L D v ID t N o he aliowci to B John of in on tr tiie of Mil in biv now of the 1oultry ad Solomon of in merctiancs and partners on r bj ore tlu zoh ot Francis of in the parifh of in on before ihe zoth The True EiTeniial SALT of HIS winch is noshing morihan the piie Acid part ol the Icparatcd irom the pulp and is for all the pu pufes for which the Lsincn itfclf is It tht moft excellent and givei tht iu Flavour ot tha fineft Lemon to fellies and It has over the it always nerer ng in keeping and being cheaper than ihc can msrnerai be beinj at the feafon uf tinyen wlien the Lemons are and in the kcreattft It is pieferable to any itier thin1 whatfoevtr for inuntdiatsly takingoff iron Ink Rtd and Stains of esery out of and vtithout aiid withoiu doing thf Isall injury to It alfo whitens them to if they are grosvn fo as to render them as beautiful ab when quite Sold wholefale and retail only by William Per in near the bottom of tKs Hay fold alfo retail by opposite the India Leadenhail ftreet j New the corner of Pauls Churchyard near Holborn j and by ia New Price I Tu the aid of the of THE I have this day in being un nlmoufiy elefltr your Repefcrtative toferve tho county in demands every return of from I always efteem it a to rective your in and a duty to ive yon rveiy proof of my atten tion and endeavuus to fupporr the rights find interefts of my and promb e the and commerce of the counry and by my m the you have pleafed to repofe in to merit your and a continuance ofyour have tfie honour to pbeditn0 July And obliged humble M O L V N t To be S O L D or L E T T And entered at Mitiiaeljnas A Commodious Safhed DWELLFNO in in the county of Lin with a well jiid ojdaccuftomed MERGERS a and ftable for four and other convenieikits adjoining fit cither fora family or a beme pkafantly fituated near the market place j the whole in tenure of JKhzaheth Alfo to be slang vyitri the faid A Convenient DWELLINGHOUSE next to pood J y rrl and adjoining tenure of Elizabeth of at Grantlism or of William riear Grancham To be S O L P by A U C T 1 O On Monday the cf at the Rofo and Crown Inn at Tnnsj in at twelve at unlefs difpofeH of before by private contracY A FARM and ESTATE fituate at CHED in now in tin oc cupation of John beiS by from Merton lor 21 years from Ladyday re newable at th end of every even Checldineton is fiiuated in a fertile foil and rch land and meadow four miiei from miles from and four miles from all good corn Foe further particulars inquire of at Tring of io London or at at in On Friday the i6th day of Auuft by three oclauk in the a PUBLIC AUCTION will be held at the Gecrge Inn in for the remarnder of a term of 500 years about ot whijjh are efcaped ALL that convenient DwellingHoofe and he Tenement called and all thofe Tene ments and Premifes called and Hoblss and GravelpitMead being plea fantly ntuaterl in ihe hamlets and riihingi of and parifh of near in the county of Southampton and containing by about 58 o And if th fame premifes are not then a public aucYion will be held at the houfe of John the tenant of the faid premifTes at VVypmion on the Monday being ihe jgth day of the faid montli of for fMling the fnid pemifes for a term of 14 or 21 at on terms and condition then and i here to be For further particulars apply to Charlss in will caufe the premifes to be fhewn to any To be SO L D by A U C T I O S A M U E L M R T I At tie inn nt in is tiis jd ol at thrte oclock in the fjJlovino valuable FR K EFIOLD B JL Lot A lrechod in near lett toSarjh at 5 per Lot A Freehold liruace in the pariih of North Br near Trow in lett to John at pr Let A Freehold fltuate at in North Vvefthury in hj county of lett to Jrfeph nt per Lit Five Coppict in ia the pariih of Noith near at per Lor A or Dwelling Houfe and in the and Crc is hays in town of Malmfbiiry hec n lea e his life by Riwiurd Kuggins Pa of tliac 59 at per Lot An part freehold and part at in pariih of in county of Ittt to Hcfter at pei The leveral efbtes may be viewed by to the fpeciivc tenants ad the woods by applying to Jofepti Atkini at Printed Raricnlas and conditioIKof to be had at of fais of Pichard and at in Jofeph Attorney at in Brvftord William Attorney at if in Gloucellenliire or at his office at tht Rummer tavern in of John at Stolffl near Rriitd and of Samuel Upholder antf in SAMUEL M TIN Begs leave to acquaint the rpHAT the PARSONAGE A in latr tiie eitate of wjich was Advertised to be Sold by Aufttoh after ths above fale at the WhiteHart inn at in is Difpofed of by the Executors by Private This Day A CATALOGUE of the entire LIBRA the late GRANV1LL2 in Kentj of feveral other C T1ONS of BOOHS lately By B E N I AM IN WHIT At in Catalogues may be hal of in New Bondftreet V Charing crofs and at th
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