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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 8, 1771, London, Middlesex m L O n B iii r i c r r I n Price Twopence Halfpenny From AUGUST to S A T U R D A AUGUST B LA in Paternotterroiv where and of Interrogate are tfekdn in and where thofe who cftufe to be regularly ferved wich Tfiis are de fired to r Articles pf and Letters frern are alfb received by at he RoyalExchange DUniUns Sold by in fleetikeet r at tfae Corner of in tha Strand the botiora Charingcrofs j the Corner of Charingcrofs Bondflyeet AUGUST 9 N JULY HE Chief and fome other have been brought here from for robbing feveral monafleries of their rich plate and facred oma A feryant who lived with French mer chant is alfo taken up for robbing his mafter to the amount of July The Duke de Duras and the Ppn dicherry EaftIndiaraen are arrived from China at Port after having been out i 8 It Is to be that this voyagewas undertaken bx private at the head of whorn wns formerly i Director of the EaftIndia Com pany j and as thefe are the firft fhips that have been fent fince the fufpenfion of the it is fup pofed their voyage will prove very lucrative to the parties The SieurRarwioude ReceiverGeneral of the and one of the richeft private men iix died a few days s H I P N i w s Wind Came down with all the the for Liverpool and for Ar rived and failed for the the from Remain the Gruizer and India ARRIVALS at the following Dover from Covres from Rotterdam and fjpjj Africa i from Off Aldborough City of from Ham Clark Alder Piggj Walker Gibfonj and Three from Nswfoondland from Providence Sea from Tingmouth from Dartmouth London and from the Triefte Dantzick from London and Briftol from and Two from Oa Wednefday evening there was a meeting of the Livery of London at the Globe in Fleet ftreei after going through feveral a Corjmuttee of ti gentkmem was appointed to en quire into the and franchifes of the City of and particularly the power and authority of the and whether they have not an unqueftionable right to aft at all times in concert with their the Aldermen and Com on the fcore of publick grievances they are to make their report at the next general the fecond Wedmefday in On Wednefday his Grace the Iuke of Dorfet arrived in town from making the tour of Ytfterdayhis Ejftellency William Efq his Majeftys Miiiifter at the Court of arrived at the hotel in from that having obtained his Majeftys leave to come here on his own private A certain beautiful Countefs 0r perhaps Entitled to a much higher denomination it is aiTcrted in private amongft the has lately got a pennon of per annum on the Irifti His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland has accepted an invitation fram their Graces the Dake and Ducbefs of to fpend a few days with them at their feat at in Northumberland whither his Highnefs will fet out in a few So public are the amours of the that he has been feen in a ceach waiting for the lady at the backdoor of Haf langs occafioned Lord Bto if his was about to turn Roman in 01 tier to obtain abfolutioij for his The following matter of faft at prefcnt engrofles the converfation of the beau a married had addrefs enough till lately her doafiog about three moaths that his Lady and were feen at a convenient vifiting near Jomessfquare He fol lowed but they had taken the and de camped in hafte he walked up when thtf firftthing he faw aigrette of which he knew to be his wifes he put it in his and Mining bis afked the lady of the if a relation of was not in the houfe being anfwered in the he went fkmingly nor at his return home did he hew the lealr difcompofure the thought herielf iecure in the meantLne the aigrttte was as rod by in a hackney Sppu after this he removed hishdyaud family to one of his on the borders of where leaving on he came to fold oft aii his lodged at asd then made a viilt to whom he found in his hed fired tofpeak with himin on which die er vants were then fattened the I uii derftandyou offered a reward for this of T I am come to thank and s oil accbrSinglyfis gave the unfprtunat gallant a hearty drubbing with an oak ftick be brought with hhnfor that purtxfe he then left hhnfprawfingon walked down got into his and immediately fet orT for where he now while his wife is clofe prifoiier at the feat before They write from that a loan For a confickr ableAim of money is at prefent negociatihg chert on very advantageous terms for the of the French The fupplemrrit to the Leiden Gazette has the following article July The event which we rrjentione in our of the relative to ths infult given to in the perfons of fome of is nit quite fo ferious as we hid announced but it WHS of a nature to render anauthentic fatisfafrion abfolutely What that Ambaffador and was to him is fixed irrevocably for the that the privileges of Fmeign Ml niilers at the Cojit of England with regard to the law of the lime as thofe they enjoy in all the Courts of They write from of the aSth that the ake dAiguillon has granted to de U Chalo the payment of the arrears of their claimed by them as AttorniesGeneral of the Parlia ment of alluring them the lame 1 for the future by way of When Count the French who is fo celebrated at Newmarket and other ately had an audience with the French his amongft other afked him why ftaid fo long in England I was learning to replied the It would be agood employment the King if the was not a They write from that a gold and filver and feveral other were pre laring to be eftablifhed there by a fubfcription of ome of the moft capital merchants in the An advice boat is arrived at Falmouth with dif patches from Admiral Rodney at There are now upwards of 300 Englifh carpenters at work in the Emprefss fervice in the dockyard at befides thofe employed in the other ports of the Ruffian The John from lift From for Leghorn ancl is taken by the Algerines and carried into A hip called the Dundee from Nexvfoundland to is loft in the North into which me was driven by violent gales of and every perfon on board one alone who faved hirnfelf upon a plank for feveral till he was thrown on fhore on the coaft of The Englifh for NorthCaro is bulged and funk off the Scilly On Friday fennight a bound to Dungar was loft on the North and all the crew The from is arrived in the river with four On Wednefday the from Coaft and and the Refolutipn late arrived fafe at ExtraSl of a Letter from Avgujf This morning came on to be tried by a fpttial before Juftice the long depending caufe between William and Thomas of in Thernatter in conteft who was heir at law to the late of Arbyns upon which an eitate worth and up wards After a trial of near iz the Jury found a verdift for the In order that the Egyptianhall may not be in commoded by the prefence of too much company Tuefday the LordMayors tickets for ladies are feat to married men fuch of the Commcyn Cuuacil as are eithers bachelors or widowers having received ingle tickets Sunday laft a fennon was by a patriotic at a church in this who concluded his difcourfe with the following words This I may in that well and wifely governed nations j fuch have not venal and Minifters 5 defigning and igno rant but on tkc fuch as have honell iid impartial vigilant and difmter will never be overrun with thieves and rogues and locufts and In a let the wicked be taken from before the that his throne may be eftab lied in righteoulhefs tben flmll joy and ex ultation reviiit our long deferted and ter ror and difmay fhake the maonons of our The Grand Jury and principal gentlemen of Nor thumberland have engaged theinfelves not to kill or caufe to be or have in their polTeflion after the firft day of June any heath com moiily called between the firll day of aijdtlie firft day of September in any year or cpmmonly called red between the day of December and the tenth in any or any partridge between tire uay of February and tfae tenth day ofSeptember any year nor will they kill game in any other county contrary to thefe A who reads prayers at n chapel not fVii from obtained orders by the following jVhimikai ftiatagfem He applied to the late feimop of be and knowing jhs Lowchurch called himself a Trre who took him for a very readily ordained himf and was milchchagrined when he was informed that the man ufed to get his livelihoodby playing on the ikrdle on a in the before the milkmaids The Bifhop lent for the and threatened him forthe deceit as tire Bifhop called by which had obtained The now Revelend that be had not irnpofed upon his Lordihip j for he had only called himfaif 3 and if the Bifliop would enquire he find that had for many years been a Acommiilon has pa fed the Great Seal for ap linting Paulus Emilias Efq Lieuteuant Gmernor of the ifland of Yefterdny the Worfhipful Company of Drapers lield annnil elefrjon at flieir hall in when in chofen Mafteri The Worfhipful Company of Haberdashers have caufed a to be fet up at the head cf the puWic path in Hoxtoniidd next their giving that the ufed time out of will be the a i ft and in cafe of molefting the the will be profscutedwith the urmofrfeverity of the It feems the including the is lt on leafe to two in exclufbn of the citizens and others right of pafTing and repafilng a chuicli and a burial enjoyed time out of hear that obftinate wrongheaded people ot Shoreditch and other who cannot be brought te think that the fartheft way about is the naareft uay aredetermined to re move the firft brick laid for their and will the feverity of the iaw with the opulent Ttvo of the richeft Commoners in Great Britain have lately obtained writs of relative to thofe facred rights old common All the regiments of and are now arrived at their quarters for this yA fuch of them as havenot their full com plement of are ordered to be completed forth The failorwho received a afew days ago from two women in a private boufe near Suntavern is in a fair way of in the London Tuefday a defperate battle was fought at Mary between a cabinetmaker and fawyev in which the latter had a legbroke sjac three of his ribs he has a wife and five Early yefterday morning one a was found drowne j in a pond on the On Wednefday a porter with a hamper of wine on his which he was carrying to a gentleman at in going through the was feized by a from which endeavouring to he broke Uis and died in a few The following melancholy accident happened laft week at an handkerchief printers in Coverleys Whitechapel an errand boy having been fighting a day or two before with fome other boy in and the battle net having been fought another day was fixed on to which the errandboy wifhing ta decline hid himfelf in a fack iu a bin where bran was ufually where felling feveral facks of bran were emptied upon hivn as he lay and on Friday he found The Jury fat and brought in their verdift Accidental Yefterday a m3in who ufed to buy old and broken bottles about was carried before theLord charged with ftealing out of a gentlemans in plate to the value of was fent to the Poultrycbmpter for further YefterdayAnn Stiles and Mary Jones were c m mitted to by the fitting AIdar manat charged on the oaths of Chriftopher Preitoa and Edward with felonioufly fteal ing oat of the hop of in four remnants of ofthevahie of tis Thomas Efqj to be CaptainLieutenant in the 4th regiment of At Jamess William Efq in to Mifs eldeft daughter of the late William Lfq of in At the Cardinal of and one of the Priefts in Ordinary of his Chapel to of awidow lady with a fortune of ten thousand At Margarets of the icth to Mifs daughter of in At Hampftead Henry Efq to Jane both of that At to Mifs Oria Michellj only daughter of Peter Efqj Secretary to the William Suddejlj in to Mifs Frances of WHliam Worf of tqMij6 Siifanaah of in At HuiIey PJace in the Edmunji Jftsftorof Wefbnili ia Hert and Stoiie in and the At the Guildhall mother who cerps the ajjove At Willingtorr near Francb Efq nephew To of near Hough ton ej Samuel in At hi feat at in the county of Sir Thomas At Efq formerly a At her bouft at relict of Thomas THE MANOR of in which was acfvertifeij in rlus Paper the by N Wednefday the i4th of ac three oclock in the will be expofcd at the CurtomHoufe in SOUTH TEA r GAFEN TEA AC U R A T E is Wanted or ajainft tor a Tangle chunhj in a plcafant aid fine fponin part of Suffolk the falzry a A title for orders will be if Inquire of the IF HELEN Widow cf Joiin late of in county of Bobkffcller and and will Thorrjas Wafonj in for William AV in in the Isrhe crnnty of may hear of fometfiinf toher Or if flie is any perfofi that cao give an atrtherttit account when and whjre fhall receive a gratification for the by applying as who kept the COFPEE in dead THIS is to give That the Houfe an4 China every thing btl neine Jto the lately carried on by are to be foln and a purchaser may haVe opportunity of entering arid hive the advantage of the next Yoik If the houfe be nt fold before the a future time be and notice in this and other Apply to the Ccrdley and in York who be the favour of thofe who had any de mands upon MrSimpfon at the ti re of his V fend an account thereof to or one of MEETING of the CLERGY with the two Proieffiont of LAW and V AT the General Meeting of the on Wednefay the lyth inrh a Second Cinsral Mtetmj of tht and of the Gentlemen of feveral feffions of Law and who are obliged the 39 Arricles o the Church of Was nsed bs held at the FSATKCRS trw Sri rn he 2th of September trom the hotrtr of elevfrt to in relation to the intended application to for relitt in the matter of PropofrJs tor an Application to Pailiamcnt for relief in the mitrer of humbly offfed to confiderarion of Sec are price hjr in Host lireet E and tn the Poetry f in Iauls Churchyard and in CAMAL NAVIGATION from to VH NOTICE is hereby in of an order of the Committee cf Proprietors of the laid mace this all and every rtie fnf are requeled to pay inro the of Hull cf in of and in pri or before AknsJay the day cf Augufl the6jm of for of their refpecuve ttie fourth call of per under the If default is made in a fojfeitms of per will be by virtus of the fsid CANAL NAVIGATION LEEDS to LJVliillOOL NOTICE is hereby in piuftfance an rdtr of tis Co of the fau mare thi all and nrs required Johi o ir county of cr in or before Tutf jgth day tlic furri of for vry of their rslfKclive fubfcripiioni the fifth call uncisrr the Jf insde in a of per he ujcurred hy virtue of t faid To be S O L ESTATE at ii ironi in the to ot dweihug vwjrb convenient ouc and of fifty nces ot uriri of wood and upon the f or rvi a plan of the etKut may be feen r ef or of ntjar To b SOLD by AUCTIO In on Wcdnefosy the nft at in at the Doliihin nrileft privxte t TFiAT and MESSUAGE or MANS called or BULL with the and gardenad in a part fcf the Jbe premifes exren i 200 fset m aont to the arjd a the river and New Tticre is an which will 80 Tlie vvhole is AcU calculated 4er of any requJriji room or ata might he niad5 in fivgaot tiieptirchafc Ihoviji he inclined ro aii the material are fo they would be A plan of the may be and by applying to oedwell in tsondpn Attorney LkVITj of to
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