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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 6, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N D 0 From T U E S D A AUGUST to T H U R S D A AUGUST K by In where ind Letters v Tins art deSred co de Wkcn in and where rttofe cflttfc to be regular y Articlesof Letters from are alfo received by at rhe bppofite at the Corner of in tne Strand the bottom of St Gharirigicro6 j the CaraCT of Craigs CWirigcrofs in New fionddreet ami NO WHERE vEONESDAYiAUGUST ric LiQNDON JULY HE Grand who has had a flight fever near a is now weir enough be preparing to fet ont for Peterh in order to be prtfent at tie fetlivala of the and of and Paul on Tuefday 3bi July An teen receiwd from hisCsthoUckMajefty8 medals were lafgow the theai are on one fide the Nero On tfce other Auguftus fide Nerva the other date of the firft is rie The plan of connubial feli a young nun of this place with a been entirely appeared before the agree able to their and each an examination with regard tp the fatd encroachments j minutes of Which were in order to be laid before the next Court of for their vhetiier a profecution fhall be commenced ExtraS of a Ittierfrcm ike AugiiJI tc The Emperor of Germany has lately dorie ah of juftice of admiration and wbich it were to be vifljed the other Princes of Europe would The Sieurs Fifher Company had ad vanced to the Empire during the late to the July An i of I6OjOOO florins in provifions of every kind J of the death tney provjded with all the certificates requfite in fuch and folichtd to be ever fince without liaring been alele to ob tain either the interest or the principrlThe Minif ters raifed all the objections ufual in fimilar cafes they gave fatisfaoTory anfwers to every without accelerating the Their creditors them to an Nothing could moye the ob duracy of thofe Minifters at by the facility with which every rubjefi approaches the con feqiienceof the late regulation of the Emperor for that their complaints have been and the contents They were admitted to the and called before the Council where the Emperor does bufinefs with and to their great fatisfaftion have obtained an order on the it point of if he had hot d more thin common The banns were forthe third this was fixed lor the and on Saturday laft the lover brought his milirefs on horfeback from vithin of this when another within by fix men with forced be ker from a with an intent to convey the firft mentioned young uawiBing having offl the Recovered and brought back tteywcre married imme tlie fame night Place whcre their foleranized to take ofF the of the s DUN Y N X W Jhttf At on Mon hrftj triers wai a Whidi bid Ih a very melan in the fair of much and making fome a who took hold e when James a knife in his ft him in the of wJlkh died within an The Ceroners Inqueft Brbught in their ver d i Wilful aad he was committed to Mor On Thurfday the when George coin of this kingdom and ww ordered tranfported for fewh affixes remarkable wherein and tbe for freedom that to he reimburfed both capital ami without any deduction within fix If all Princes would conform to a regulation of thii the people would be and the Monarch more It was not Lord as men tioned by miftake in a former paper that was laft week elelted a Governor of the A large plot of ground is inclofed at the entrance of HydePark from for building a town houfe for the refidence of the Lord being a grant from Before the aft of CommonCouncil of the 17th of 1674 Sir William LordMayor of the City of thefale of beef had been retrained to be only in By this beef was permitted to be fold in every mar ket on the days and during the hours therein men And that the refpeSive hours might bft better it was enafted that the marketbell evenirlg was pent with the uttrioff focial feliivity Bacchus and yery liberally handed about the generous botH above aiid below ftaij8 ABout the geatleman ordered his with his lidy beihggot in Jolia was ordered to drive wivere being the foLtman got down as well as he and and then approaching the coachddor without looked but faw no mafter or miftrefe Something fobercd by he faid to thfe I we had brought our folks aomc we are all in a rrtift of any bodys Faithj you ought to kriow that replied John it is enough for roe ray but if liey are not we eWri go Kack Pern j which they to the beforerjlliiioneil where the footman and very innocently fent up word to his maJter that tirecoAch was come at which the gen tleman of the houfe being took a and came beiag followed by the remaining and Iud4enly opened the coach when a wonder Ipving as had lunjk down in the ptace between the wedged in a kind of irregular embrace de paint a fight Ib fantaftic to be the company faftened tke and lent them again with the iteceffary addition of a fbber is a copj of letter from the unbaffj nubs lately committed an a3 of to Charing Pear f larirt ferry to part with you in fo abrupt a man ner it be Providence has decreed it Ir is a folly I am going to commit I iVc it in its proper but I am weak I kive not ftrength enough to diipel the gloomy and melancholythoughts tliat con tinually hover about This is no new I have had it ever fince I landed in England I it to you one night in my cups you behaved a3 a and a worthy oni you ftrove to diJluade me off fo vail an j I feeraed in appearance convinced of my put on a fmiling but to no purpofe I never fet the resolution out of my head with this intention I went to the but never found a proper opportunity to put it iu and beforehand write a few letters to the war dm to who with 4amages and I S Wind W Sailed after Va MaieSips trefceet and with all the except the for GakM Cateft down wwl repmrt frRebeck for Virginia for SouthCarolina j for the naActt for Jamaica j and for Trnfia s PafiMby dwSavanna Le from and Ver from Jamaica and from anrf from front Narva from Dam at ffion from from Greenland from from Goicenhurgh J and Bet Africa from Venice r Neddy and from r 3j and fiom fcomRiga from Maryland and Hani i from Kitts s from from L N D O Acorrefpondent affurcs that on Thqrfday laft the foterioon the Dnke of Lord Mans the Duke of made a td of at his houfe in Gref BDd remained in conference together Mfcr two ftis the French AmbafiViOr is fet put t nrtitatiotv on a vifit to the Earl of at Ws ftat ncai1 Wilton in T iorth is fet oat for bis feat at Dillmgton in the gentlemen on the Surry fide of the made encroachments en the river hall ring thrice every ttre ringing at fix in the for all not the fecond at for giving notice to retailers and who buy to fell again the third and for railing the faid at eight except on and thn at under fuch and penalties as are therein Any provisions fold before the firlt beH be the parties to be procee Jed againft as Thefe excellent amongft others grown obfoletc for want of being the Right the LordMayor is faid to be determined to put in There is a law that every vefiil that comes into the port of laden with from bekiu hall pay to the or his for bill and fqmple but as this nfually wtnt into the pockets of the yeomen of tho John Grey and Henry who have that office about twelve or thirteen extended it for tlie fake of additioaal perqui to the places abow Gravefend and have regu larly collected from the of though thefe places are fuppofed to the verge of the port of A gen of one ave orders to his waterman not to pay this hnpo iition for a fruitboat which came but to difpute the aifair with the They accord ngiy fummoned him before the ooking upon it in its true difclaimed giving iny legal decifion upon but adviied it to be re to a Conrt of Both we took his Lordfhips The Seaford andCrefcent men of war are ordered round to to take on board troops for They are to be ftationcd on that coalt for three The Veranne aDatch laden with fpices and other valuable was loft on the rock of the middle of July Extratf of et letter from in Augujl Friday and as fome labourers weye digging itones in a field called the ad joining to this they difcover fix human ike letons lying three in a Uncerthe heads of of them were fouud ome pieces of filver Coin of James Iand Charles and ens of toe coins ap peared to have had a bullet gofre quite through By the fize of tlie and fouhdnefs of tha tliey were moft young been Charles very few friends I The went to Lon flam in the troablefome A correfpondcnt favoured us with the follpw ftory as atitfbrtat companion totbe p in our laft concerni vcoachman j I determinoiihouId be my ycUr carrying the key of yunr prevented the piftols being locked no iu k this was the reafon that carried rae yeiterday to your lodgings in fearch of and this the reafon I wrote to you morning fo plaufi ble a in order to get them now I have got ynv I am a going to put an end to this Alas dear I muft die if I do not I rauft in a few days hence j the allfeeing when he fent me into the forefaw my willal condemn me to Hell far putting an end to my own life let them talk and ray rcaibn convinces me of the Did Qod ever create a man to bi damned Wherefore did he then fend me to the when heforefaw my end would be fuch as deferved damna tion This makes me this makes me depart It is a fally to think men iniil be cracked or nan compos to put an end to no fuch thing j I am as much in fenles nbw as ever in my life may why then you never was in your fcnfes I have prefumtitrion enough be of a eo itrary opinion fo have fools you may Enough of The trifle 1 owe youll not get at I have wrote Caftery cf LilboHto pay it to yorr who will inliantly do I my de thatyou wilifee me put tinder tliis is ull I requeft of I hope you will meet with all the fuccefs in the a long and happy a and a good bottle to give and after ail a happy I bcgyou will infeit this unhappy cir cuaiftance in the papers j it hinder men of coining tLe lame end j it will btf an example to an advice to parents not t6give fcheir children toomuch and to them have caih if It was thefe circcuiiftances that brought me to this untimely dear i FHLLI If J chance uo get into the Elyfian I willkeep you a good On Monday night a fire broke out in a houfe fitting up ia Queen for the Countefs Dowager of which con fumed the infide of the Xaft week a wail near the Kay at iuildecly fell down upon two griiftied one of them infcntly to death the other it JS thought cannot The manwho was wounded on Monday at a pub iickhoulf in a backlane near by two common died yeiterday in tiie Lon don The txvo women were yelierday carried before JuAitd in who is totflYowd John Fieldings robbet was taken j arid fhe but Vefterdiiy was corhmitted to ttife by the fitting Magiflrates at Office on in the county of drt iafpicion of three appiehenkd by thehoifapatrolebedongmg to who received information from two gentlemen in a poiiicfiiaife that they liad been Iropped and be robbed by three nieri within a quarter of a njile of Vaiixiiall fome time after the eame np with the fa id three who aniwcred the delcription tfe liad and them i large piftol loaded with politer and larjo a wlfh gunpowdei1 and a Ihrgeons crife with and feveral arid keys Uke houfedoor Mary Duck Was cbwged hfcfore tftd Magjftrate fitting at the Rotattdntfffice in on oath of Catherine with affauftingf her and wounding her m the face wrth a and was committed tei ftjr want of Yetlerday a carman was convicted before tne fitting Aldefman at for dfHvlfeg iis cart upon the ia which k peribns life who was pafling by j he ordered w pay a fine of ftVe millings on pleading tBat he had a large The fame morning feveral perfotis were deleted ftenlirig lead from the topi offottle hoHfes buildnjg in one of whom was ft Cured and carried before the above and committed to the Poultrycompref the reft Yetterdaythe remains af the Jate Author of the Elegy in a Country Cbufch agreeably to his interredat WinJ for he among other left a verypen teel provision to an faithful who had lived with him feveral jocelyn Efq to be tain of a troop in ihe 3d regiatent of WilliamHuddlefton Geau to be a Cor net in the faid The Lady of Robert de livered of a daughter at Scafton in Jofeph Efq to Mifs Mary daughter of of iu Lud to Mifs Anne nieoe of m tfie fame AtfKirlt wlielpiogton ia Riehard Efq to aunt to Sir Edward of Henry of in Eftj to daugh ter of Alderman of John Lewis an eminent Dutch merchant in Throgmortonftreetj to Mi6 Betfy of the fame At in Efq to Lloydj of Guu to Mifs of Little Glou At Efq the commiflion of the the of At his houfe at near Harrow on the Richard At his houfe in Har Luke Efq late a merchant in the Weft India At his houfe in Lower Grof Henry James Efq one of the Bench officers at the At his houfe in Henry At liiifeat at William Alex At tiie learned Wal author of die Diflertation on the Numbers of Mankind he was dtfcended from the famous Sir Wiili m celebrated for hispatriotifm in the annals of Great At formerly a hefer in mafter of an academy in near Turnham wife in widow of tic kte Thomas who formerly refidted at in the county of At Sa aged who retained her faculties to her committal them to Thurfday eveningfeven who adeep into the boot from his box he avers it for a infefted the roads were difcovered and as it has never been he hys bedrinking at a publichoufe in that fore the years of and proper affiftance being two o went were taken into and committed to tak then in Weftminft lady to pay a vifit to a O quality at Jamess end of tlie anJ it trials Rf tbe next The other five From tlie LONDON GAZETTE of B A N R Robtrt Rogers of Paiwfley in the parift in tne dealer and chapman to render he ijthanii 2Ctk and at ten in at Grays Innlane Ceurpe Ddvy the of Boarsbcad arfy in orchrllmaker to the joth Tiii 2sh ami ot at tenin the at at in Diiho Lite of Stinvell in mealman to the and aoK and 17th at ten he at oi Wil of in thf Old Chm te ibroksr lofurrender the i 3th and zoth inft am iyth of at ten n the at Guili in WalbMakj in ihe Middle appointed for making the DJYJJen Is of Eftatea to StanliOpe Maon the late of the at thfetpi I at Georges coffeeheaft in William late of I in tuiilerj i6th of ten
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