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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 3, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence From AUGUST to T U E S DA Sold by it in Paternofterrow where Advprtifements and Lelrfers of JbtxeH igence are in and where thofe who chitfe ro be regularly r THIS PAPER are ckSredte Articles of and Letters from are received by RICHARDSON and IlovaExchange bppofite inFieetftreetj at the Corner of in the Strand bottom of Caringcroft Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondflreec NO WHERE AUGUST Trim tit LONDON HE peace of the proyince of NorthCarolina having been for fome time paft and of the moft outrageous and favage na having been commit ted in the Frontier by a defperate body of fet themfelves Re who appeared in in open defiance of law and all endeavours to perfuade thefe deluded perfons of the error of their and to a proper fubmiffion to having failed of their effecl his Majeftys Governor1 thought with the and afilftance of the Council and and with the fupport of per fons of rank and authority irf the to raife a body of tbe to repel thefe Infurgents and ihaving put himfelf at the of a detachment of tfie amounting to onthei6th came up with the main body of the Infur amounting to after an coatinued about two gained a complete over purfuing them mile beyond their and taking many of their and what prorifions and ammunition they had left behind This a6Hon was about five miles to the weft ward of Great Alamance on the road leading from HiUfborough to Salisbury and his Majeftys Gover in the ftrongeft of the bravery and refalution of the troops under his lofs is ftated to amount to about 60 private aea and and one officer killed and one wounded but there is no return made of the lofs fuftained by the which U tup pofed to have been The day after the the in pablick gave thanks to both officers and fol diers of the for the vigorous and generous fapport they afforded him in the July Laft night the ceremony of the chriftening of the young Princefs was performed at Her Royal Highnefs was named after her Majefty the late Queen of and her Royal HJghnefs the Princefs Dowager of The fponfors prefent were his Majefty the King of with his brother Prince and tire Dowager Queen Julia July Notwithftanding the fallen in the by the cut made in the yet it is thought it will be fome weeks before the land is entirely free from this Inundation the inhabitants fail over their gardens to their and people conte a croft the country in tlie fame Augujl The King has been pleafed to order a Conge dElire to the Dean and Chapter of the cathedral of empowering them to eleft a Bifliop of the See of Litchfidd now Tacant by the tramlation of John late BifHop to See of Durham alfo a under his Majeftys Royal recorn mendiog unto faid Dean and Chapter the and Brownlow to be by them elecled Bifliop of the faid See of Litchfield and His Majefty has lifcewife been pleafed toifluehis letter mandatory to the Dean and Chapter of the cathedral of for their electing and admitting John Bifhop of into the place of Canon Refidmtiary of the faid vacant by the tranflation of the late Bifhop of Litch field aria and Canon Refidentiary to the See of This day the Marquis de Envoy Extraordinary from the King of lie Two had an audience of leave of his Majeliy And afterwards the Count his fuc eefibr in the fame had a private audience his to deliver his I L A N IX July His Majeftys letters are come appointing MajorGeneral Charles Earl ot and MajorGeneral James to flicceed LieutenantGenera Archibald and LieutenantGeneral Hodgfon who have an tfoe ftaff of this Major The caftle of the feat of the Earl of was a few days ago entirely confumed by S H f K E Wind Cam down and failed hii Majeftys loop wirh moft of the out Came cowr anrl vyhh tbe Cruizer and his Martys Seaford and Arrived and remains the EufbIndia njarvfrom Arrived fcr the with the vWntart the pehctr from Jamrfca and jodph and frpm Came down and wits his Majeftys hips Seatord and the from NorthCarolina for Kins for for Li verpool Mary and for Pool and the India Arrived and remains the Refolutioa n from from Part the Dorothy Ca from Riua frnm Amnerdam from Grenades Fnentl from Grenada and from from Lifbon Ircm Oporto from Maryland from SouthCarelina and John and from ARRIVALS at the following Cowes Thomas and from FtsrroJ King of from Madeira from Cork Three PorfmcUth fronvCafcoBay and from Dublin John and from Jamaica iforn Warerferd from from the Newfoundland and from Pool Atty Amitys Smith Archbell Hovvell and An from London Leith from Aberdeen from Sunderland and from L O N D O Os Saturday his Majefty reviewed on Hounflow the 6th regiment of Yefterday ibme of domefticks of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of wirh par of his fet out for to mukc the necef faiy preparations forthereception of his Royal High neis on board the Venus on his intended voyage up the S They write from that the regiment lying in the barracks at thtdock there has orders to hold itfelf in readinefs to embark for North There are feveral fcliemes of importance now under confiieration relative to the American colo purfuant to fome plans for an dation between the mothercountry and her which have been delivered to Lord Hilliborough by the Colony and by him hid before the PrivyCouncil for their The grand entertainment intended to bs given the LordMayor to the CominonCoun we be on tomorrow and that there is to be a ball at night in the Egyptian On Monday laft Sir Francis paid a viiit to Sir Robert Up wards of 50 cry reputableand fubftan trial Freeholders having got uitimation that the worthy Baronets in tended being at afTembled themfelvcs near Sir Roberts in order to accompany them When theyarrived at they were laluted with adifcharge of feveral pieces of and the Freeholders gave three cheers to Sir Francis Sir Robert then propofed the following toaft Sir Francis our prefent and no This was unanimoufly and the Freeholders declared their readinefs to attend a future election for Sir Francis and any other gentleman Sir Robert mould They then proceeded to Sir Roberts feat at where an elegant entertainment was and the whole was conduced with the grtateft order and On Saturday the Purler af the Refalution Eaft came to the with an account of the above fhip being arrived fafe off from On Saturday arrived at her moorings in the the from with two fifhj and the Lion from ditto at wirh It having been reprefented to the that a letter was found in the Backyard of the houfe of Peter in in on theid day of July threatening to take away his and fome others his Majeftys and reward by are promifcd for the difcovery of the A fpot for a market is planned out in A few days ago a gentleman of fortune from Wales arrived a phaeton and with and intended to llt next day for France butgoing in tsc evening o tlie bil ins few hours he vsas tripped upwards of whish he difcharged his and in ftant4y rettirned to town to recrait his One of the new houfes in fronting the averiue leadin to has not a heath by a who him of his gold watch and three Tburfday night as in Weft mi and his re turning hom they vcre in the road rrearthe by who robbed Roberts of a and Robejts of her watch and Saturday morning about three of the Northern ftages was fcopped bv two highwayj men between Higligate and who robbed the paflengers of a confiderable The Thomas hteof Magdalen and to the Earl of is empowered bya difpenfation to hold the vicarage of with the vicarage of Ford in the county and diocefe of At Steward t the Right the Earl of to Bnrck widow of the latsJames in to Mifs of At his rooms in Pembroke Cam Profeiibr of Modern Hiltorv and Languages in that Univenity the wortli upwards of i is in the gift of the At his houfe at Greenwich in Charles At Charks After eating a hearty ia In Efq a Barbadoes At Joieph S want At her houfe in Newt At his houle in George At her houfe in near yours of widow of Henry late of the Cuftomnoufe me was the olaeft iuiuoitaut in the From tbs LONDON AVERAGE PRICES of From July tojuiy By die Staivkrd WINCHESTER Buftsl of Eijhr C 0 Avenge c o u ICohRrt of the and county of upon iatndnjtr j the at af it he AngeK in FIN At Di William of in the at in the at the Red FIN AI Dj vi D s Triomtf n and of he town and conniy cf NewcalUe ujion Ty linendrapers and copirt of at three in the at Thomas in ihe Groat in New John Sccurfield of in the county nvriier he atteniirthe jn upon te to be allovvpc to a Robert of th parift of Mary ia on or before ihe R I V E R L E NOTICE is he ehy That Meeting nf theTruftees for the River Lee will he by ari at tbe Antwerp near tlie Koyal in on Monday the izth of Auguft at ten in tlc CJerk tp the Creditors of the Honourable THOMAS JL wHo have executed ths deed ot made fuch proof of their refpeiftivs debts by tlie fame deed is may receive a fur ther dividend arifinj from the trufl by applj to Chamberlayne and in Cra CURATE Wanted cr ajaintt Michaelmas for fingle in a and fine fponinj part of Suffolk is A title fur orders be if Inquire of ths at Ely 5 Average North South Wales 6 j 4 3 7 4 4 1 3 6 whoe paneof in the oi firf it is Taid the gentleman who lives there diverted himfelf whiie breaking to think kotv much it vexed th The followingodd circumftance happened on Sa evening lad an hackney coach wich three ladies going along the coachman fell off the box into the boot fa ft Thns the horfes went jogging on till a gentienim came to the coach sJid afked the Indies if they knew they without a coachman When they got out greatly terrified and it was with great difficulty they could roufe their driver from his On Saturday lalt a gentleman hot himfelf at his lodgings in and ertpired imme Yeftsrday afternoon a about endeavouringto get up behind a coach near Hun gerfordmarket in the fell and another coach went over and broke both his he died as he was carryingto Friday night as John Efq was coming town he was flopped cn Hyonflow 5 i 5 3 3 30 Bi5 i F HELEN Widow of John of in the cuunty of Bookfeller is and will ajjpiy to n William At in in the fame county of to her Oriiihis any liia can five an atuheruia when he hall receive a ixafoiiabltj for applying as whD litely kept the COFFEE THIS is Co give That ihe Houfe and and every thing btJngin to the as carried on by are to be fold and a purchafer have the opportunity of entering and of the next York If the ufe 02 not fod before the future tiine will be and notice given in this and other Apply to the Cordley and in who beg the favour of thofc who had any de mands upon at the time of to fend an account thereof to or one of be SOLD to Higheft OnTuefdiy ihe I3th of the Bull Inn at ia the county of at u oclock in tus AN ESTATE confining of two with with 73 seres of copyholdarid two acres of fieehold land leu ro two good at the old yearly rent of Particulars to be had at the of fale the Rsfe and Crown at at Mairin is Grand London where any pgrfon inclined to ptir chafe by private contrad may be directed to a perfon em powered to rrest for the To be And may he entered upon At in A Very fafhed in exceeding good late in the occupation of the Slater conliftiug of two and two on the groimdftouc t a and faven bedchumberSj vvicfi aifo fteatand convenient fparate from the confiflinj of a brew with a very good and fervants rooms a delightful garden furvoundint the a commanding a rural ami eXen iive Inquire at Bakers To be S O L D by A U C T1 On Monday the igh day of iheiRofe Inn in at twelve oclock ac ot before by private coptraS A FARM and ESTATE at CHED in now in the of John held by Irafe from Mertoft 21 years from 10 newible at th end of every fcven ChLddingJOn is fituated ina fertile foil and rich arable land and meadow our from fix miles from and four miles from Leighton 11 gout com For of at of in London or of Attorney at at in 4 4 4 GENERAL A V E R A C per 4 7 I S 5 I 4 per Quarter 50 o 36 8 17 4 1 i3 8 Part of SCOT L A N 11 z 6 2 2 j 3 Publiflied by Auihoritv of WILLIAM George of furrender the 6th iniK at four in she the ictli iffL at tei in ihc the of at rive in the at Gilli in Great in the city cf j to furrender aad I gWi and i4th of ac ren in the at Gui Biftiojfgsteftreet in the city of ftatipner 11 furrender the and igth and of at ten in the at1 Lon Bartiets of in dsaler nJ chaphian 5 to 1urrender the 17th and igth and i4th of at in the of Staples Days appoiritqd making the Dividends ot Bankrupts Eftates to of in the at terrtn the at A pbn of the may be and partit the of Giles appiyine to Cedwell Ave f f v To be S O L D by AO C TIO fn Wcdnefdaythe three ot irs at ofby pnvate centraftj iAT Spacious and SufcftantiarMESStMGS or called BULL HA the Aableyard and garden ad fituatc in a pieaiant part oi The prsmifes extend 200 feet in front to the profpeft of the river Tliere is an wbicrf will contain a So The is alJ tor the axe of any tradethat requires mufh or at a might be rrtaoe an elernnt If tiie purchaie h 3 be ail tre material are fo would beconvercjble the at five in th after London Attorn
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