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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 1, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Price Twopence From Sold by in Paternoiterrow wncre Articles of and Letters from CorrefpOndents PAPR in at the Corner the Corner of Craigs T H U R S D A AUGUST to AUGUST OREIGN JULY RIVATE letters fromVienna that the Eraperor and the Kihg of PruQia will foon have another inter view at in where it is pre tended fome very important affairs will be fettled bej tween Thefe letter5 likewifs that Comi1 the Dutch Minifter at having reprefcnted to the Imperial Miuiiters the innovations that have been made with refpecl to the trade of the contrary to the Barrier and the Tarif concluded between this Republick and the Houfe of received for that the pre deceilors of the Einprefs Queen were under fuch cir cumftsnces at the time when that treaty vras that they were in a manner forced to fubicribe to whatever but that her Impsrlal Ma efty being now more at he could not acquit herlelf to her fubjeils as a good if the had not made the alterations in and therefore their High muft not take amifs that flie could not revoke From tlie SOUTHCAROLINA June Our lafl letters from fome of dated yefterday are j lift come o reprdint the quiet of that province as in a fair way of being foon reftored of 1000 of tlie regulators hrving fince the battle of the iofh pft do n their upon Governor offering sipardon to all except fuch as iud been cut jawed that would immediately do pay their tlie oath of and refufc any further protection to the Thcfe letters thai the Chief e and Judges gone ro bold a Court of Oyer and TerminerHt Hilifuoio for thf trial of fuch as Jind bien take tle and otherwife And that his Sxcelleurv or dered one who was an active Reouators and fought to the where thofe who cnulc 10 be regularly icrvfed witli Dunftins thaq the third of the crap of rice and corn is thought to be The p fuffcrsrs are on the Con and Savnnah Many planters in Georgia are alfb likely to fufhin great loffcs by the late wet Thefe accounts have occasioned the riie of the price of rice to per and of corn to per We hearthit there is a general failure of crops in the WeitIndia by a v p IP hi w Remain Ins at the of tli camp as foon The disturbances in near began fo long ago as in tht ynr ips as per Arrived the from Boflon and Forbes nom Liit on O Faffed hy tli Ear of CVn I irom m Kirri from Leghorn and In Dove i vi t at tlie foliowirij irnm from Ri the Grenades nnd L O N D O Yeflerdav his xcHlency Count PinriHli rn anHienceofhisMaicfty to his credentials as Minilter n the Court of The ftme day Lord Vifrou it kificd his MujeiVs hand on bdng Colunel of the 9th regimnt of in rhi rjom of Yeftxrday the was to on on d lighter of Lord it Honour to her of in the room of K e Priiirefs Dowager the Ear of nrncivIScrefiirs f Maieft of he in thj room of the h u Earl of Lnl week the Mayor and Ademm if v ted tie m ofthar dry to e ore ierrd ro re of this city an on Mon th 1ftthc Serei Lice uns with the r i where 1 define to know the o accent his to be on io yet ul LordMayor to town took a of leered ry His Lord in to Lew wliy IOA r in time near months fo that he had not time to but orders would be given tor his after rLe man was afterfuffering more than three mnrhs imrrifou RIVER OTICE is he ehy That a of Lee will p tlc ees for the Antwerp without any atononent or recompancc for the in on Monday die izth of Auguft lofs of his and his Thus at U u by LBs a British fubiecr was im Clerk to the lc by isS a Britilh fubj prifoned and treated as a malefactor near four Such is the attention by our picfent to the duties of their hid if he not received iu aniwcr to liis third to have fued out Fowlers A very curious valuable feme time being on amDsig the a icript lawbook was put the performance of a Lite eminent hand to enhance tliu uirnu late the company to purchafe the auc belies its it the additional advantage of an spiuijn concern nig written in a blank of molt iaes of the bithe mull cxcuied producing till after it ihould be old this took fo well with the they advanced on one another at each till it knocked at a very to one was determincd to have it at any Wen it was de livered ro lb eagr was the expectation and im patitnce oi tlie company to read the that the purchafer for fear of being crowded to to his theie prujUthu and it i worth OKI or SOCIETY of ANNUITANTS the of AGE of both of this Society will attend at South on a in the evening tiJi for di of ot either fex jxceineJ Any of GrcatBiitain be a of this Any ptifjn may for an annuity of a jrtyaMe qviarttrly and r a o lie except Cl iHCOniJ at liu mia n pfjn rruy iis tnc jH ihey en their annuities to or her and inte ia Anv or her K t of n nigit the front of another White one door from that which fell fbmc little time was obfcrvcd to give AuJdenlv tu th of near four inches but bciug happily pvr ccived ii it was immediately and at end of th to prevent all pailage that On about txveive a pri foner in tlic cimrged wish a of his efcapeovLr the walls of the On morning a who lay the night before at the One Bdl in tic on ur ior L certain part o the payment of Tlie rfced at tie wiiolc of hii wJ be a or y i in the Bank of jive nnd ofttn iii r LnnKJntrly oj m tlie i a ic for the to junior lettlemtnt is in the Court of Irinred terns of may he had of the the b dily getiii u n the rnoiuj was with a violent The Inhabitants VVM xningtoii and the adjacent country Appointed Archibald William and Rolxvr a Committee to receive fubfcriptions for railing be lent to the aiTirance of the if nfcefTarv and the faid gentlemen lent off an tvith a acquainting him of what had rcn be of e JVit his Excellency returned an dated Camp at Sandy May wherein his Excellency informs he entertains the molt fa able and grateful fentiments of the and vour loyalty which they had tefti fad by their exertions for the public and inciofed the account of the battle and copy of his or informing them like A i nnd ts who that fince the urrion upwards of 400 of the in habitants kid oomc into camp and fubmitted them lelves to Government and that from the general re ports throughout many more would come in arreenbie to his of foon as the weather wouU and they were in of the His Excellency As I cannot Irani that there is any body of collecYmg to oppofe and the army is in I am fatisfied we are fully frdkient to reftore peace to the country without putting tlie public or in Vviduals to any additional expence by railing new It is much to the honour of Governor Tryon and the province over which be all tlie men ith him mplovcd in of the w and by the and that ns Excellency not applied for regular Which readily hi vt About of bit month a of Creek oiiisy to met a pirtv on i a bafle in wliich Crciks were and It iiM nt fhnn two or three Some weeks before the ficirmiih a party of Creeks from the Aiibama Fort fell in with a party of three whom they and took one and three women A few days their rctuin horns they burnt the man in the TrJkerruie town the women they kept as Ail the of a peace between the Creeks and Choilawa are Tbe uncommon quantity of ram has during the ccrarfe of which is uiuaily n dry has done incredille through out the but more efpeciuily to the planta tions upon the frefh water river where fa e frefhes have rifea from fifteen to UWTJ than trnny feet in twentyfour totally the crops of a great number of induJtrojs poor well as rich drowned a great quantity of cattle and and put many people to the grcstvft difficulties fare their upon the tops of their and little of luga land in the ace nmts from all quarters are very The cutting o mJico is en lirelygoncj hemp has much more Four mrr OUT Tlie Pocrck fent be employ Among tlie many and Irifli have appeared n me eve b much admired as md Mifs and to great mortification o1the French we hear they have le that vac The freehol i inamr of near Chip in was yelterday fold by at by for A who has been fome days paft in Hert f of a very extraordinary and alarming aupearfince in the wheat and barley HerlFjrd and the corn is apparently full and hut on examining the grain uf a great number of of an infinitude of fmal and are found concreted within the or bran of the corn twentyfive fields in a are vilifed by this deplorable pheno menon the farmers it to be a kind of as they terra Sonic time ajroone James Fowler very unfairly eniiled intohis Majefiys fervice by a recruiting near in They feized the opportunity of his being and con veyed ibmf mnnry into his In this condition hewas before a Juftice of the Peace to be pain in iier and On the ody uf a man was tken P floating ia the river w Hhud mory in pocketa Hetnan in ihe dijcontfiut On Wednefday morning an ancient had for leversl years been employed bythefliop kepMa on found hanging on the near his own lodinsrs in Oldftreet nmci of a J Wcdnefday the coachman of countryhoufe in Eflex was robbed a few days iince of was taken up in the to oether with one J a and commi to Chelmsford on fufpicion of iiaving perpe trated the iibove Yelterday Ann Wet wa reexamined before Sir William at when halfadiaen coaldealers appeared againt whom the had de fraudtd by the following She went great hafts to their fevenil ih retended to be to ibme perfoa in the Jif ordered and change for a which Hie a itit ficient art to ect from the pcribn who carried t i H A M Au To be SOLD In 211 in the at unlefs fjoner 0 hy THAT Spaciou MESSUAGE or r called Of rse Karenad in a part uf fie town ihs 200 fiet in firnt to in8 prffpiV cf ihs riviyr i unrr will contain ahoiit Je lor the o any e tlvj cr ar 1 1 IKH ixriiile i It te to ail arc Ib that ey Acioroey at or tti Arthur at A oe of i Wahham j a wh rtfjlid to adminifterthe oath to in act wiiicli expjcily that oath of mail not be fken tili hours afctr tisne of When became of fmartnijnry was made by him to the recruiting though tiuy the money hi fft him at In three they prchcjuieci iJm s and com itiiiiid to Thou pniicuioris were irade by the nuns irkivis lo oitlic lie always rcfuld either to fct the at or take liim before a Jultice if the PcKe that the rffair have a htd to a fpirit that cf for ind by oppo isYoik Rsrniuntrancc this geutleman very the applications to the command vain lie was that appiy to Secretary at To Secretary he wrote no than three letters in thcfpace of three in xvhich he expatiated on the rhgruni ofthe liberty of the of the Loiitemjit of ihe and abuie of the con but wasrectivul tiil at length one of the clerks of waroffice wrote a few weeks and informed thai Lord had been ail of whoiii flie had ordLixu a lump of frcih the like he flnt by his daughter a giil of about fourteen years old whom ihe attempted the like practice but finding the youna girl proof her flic took th money from her by She com mitted for ftealing the and tletJned for the above On night four women were taken into cuftouy for breeding a riot about a door at threatening to murder the and break all the windows they were car ried before Sir William wlio out of to that wers big with diiinillcd committsd the other to At IIarwe in Charles of Hill IK the fame To be The and Manner of Sale will be advertifed in ihis Large aid very impruveable Freeh ld called NETTESWELL in about fix miles from about ohe mile mi of the Nswmarket and 12 miles London t rkc Manor of ttiVll includes the whcle of loteher a lircc Prick Manfiort with lervsH wiih fine fprnis wattr by pipes ail ininc lo whuh is a large cumpirt wish go oier of lh y rent of exciulive of i lie aiiJ fnur acres of of the v lie uf Tne fines and onii of the o S upwaid iviih perpeij or ihe Rsiiury uf ihe if ml fill eft to llie next turn n nsw Brc lately erected csnvencnt c tli eftjte in ge U ii Jett Uiion old it wtJl ateJ au lus rjacls ihe of nJ The Manor koi with anJ has a the run i of he HuuU Farm expires at M FKI uiir to al Epping at L in tin and the H ys of or z u nun wll iltend every to the vl f v S O L LL nst or Jenementj with tHe inuli rijlus uf common ro all thoie 12 Acres of be tits more in in the ills oi in Catrieid ami and now in the occupation 01 Jivhn And aifo al thofc 44 Acres flnrf Roods of be be fanse more or ly n in Ca n iJ and now ill the occupaticn of And alfo all 6 Acrts and Roods of Elizabeth of Whitilied Mifs t Eq of to the Elizabeth ct the irune Richard Liq of to Mifs of George Hum in to Mifs uf At his feat in the ills of Thanet in Kent William At his bonfe at in Thomas The Richard ReSor of Bendy in At tlieyoungcft daughter an infant of Lord At in the Lady of Charles at the Lamb in Covent At in Jphn who for many years kept the old George inn at the above His vvho was incoiifolable for his died foojti and WAS buried in the fame This Dty weu Prict 6 TRIAL at LAW of WHEBLEs JL Printed for the fams mure or and now in the otcu paion ot And thofe 14 Acres of be the fame mot or lyinir in in and nusv in occupation of And thofe S At Js be the fjme more or lying in ami in tlie of huma all 7 of be the fimc more or lying in Lever in iiiici the cf is John all ticit o be fame rii JIT lying in in noov in the occupation f And a Wo all fame more or lef inthe ff N choli all ot lie the more in Goirivld i and in the tlioic 4 Actj and 2 Roods of fca liiriv ivini in Rtfrisvsneld and f i of the laid William And alfo ail 4 Aciesot he the ft me moe lying in Wiibern Saint in anJ the occupation oi John And alfo all Acres bs more or in Levsringtiin iii now in the o The greailt oiiiic For further particular inurc cf Attornies at in S rcurs si   

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