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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 10, 1771, London, Middlesex T ivr JU J Price Twopence to T U E S D A Sold by it in Paternofterrovv Advertisements THIS Letters Jafelligenee are taken in are defired to where thofe who chufe to CA ins l arc ucJiicu iu Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by and at RoyalExchange oppoGte in Fleetftreet j at tbeCbrner of in the Strand bouorri of Martins the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondftreet and NO WHERf AUGOST Frsm LONDON KAMINOI JULY IS Imperial Highnefs the Grand Duke was yefterday thought to he a great deal and tins evening appears to be as veil confidering the time hisdif order has can The waters are fallen near feven feet in this neighbourhood the great rains and wefterly winds have prevented their finking S H I P N E W Came down and remain xvitri the fhips ss per the for Caro lina and for Arrived and failed for the thepriflce from Jamaica and from Wind Came down his Ma jeftys fhip and regains with the Cruizer Indian and Roman for for Maryl nd MCow for NewYork for Virginia for Africa and fhips as ARRIVALS at the following from Bristol from Virginia and Charming from DoverV from NewYork and Mary and from Newfoundland Grenades from Lancafter from Hull Harnies Ceol and from Gottenburgh from Stockholm tnc William and Newfoundland and from Leghorn John and from Lynn and from Rica Yurd Platt j Broomhead Metre Swanfcn Three Riordan Biomfbn Two Eioin fon and from Venice Mary and from Chefter and Royal from Maryland from Labiadore from London and Copenhagen from Hamburgh Lady from the Downs Irnn and without returning thanks to for having given them a on afcending ttie thought nothing of greater moment ta employ hirn than their happiaef who ftrips himfelf before them of the apparatus of to hew them only a father and a This is a fmgular and afleiling given to Sweden and all by a mo narch who is about 25 years of age A few days ago a DnlecaiTian arrived at Stock in orderget feveral demands of the village he inhabits hid before the The declaration of the King had not then reached that province the not very curious to inform himfelf oi what pafled at had entered the capital without hearing any thingabout He vventdireclly to the Palace j it was precisely the hour of giving audi ence he catered the chamber where people who were defirous offpeaicing tothe Sovereign he drew near the who vas charged to take down the names of each and them in their turn into his Majeftys cloiet he puiled but of his pocket the memorial of his vil and it to Dalecanians are a very no complirnentTs and who thee and thou every bo I laid in the this to to itto and let me iil return or wilt buc not forget ct curry it to him name of my fellowciv the King I have his I any d iv tnt The hour with the p crived of the at Ridnnon It is faid that Sir Robert Bernard and Colons who are now on a tour through are ex peded to anive from thence the latter end of next month it is they will bring home fome material as they are Hid to hare undertaken this journey at the earneft deiire of two leading Noblemen in the Saturday Solander and accom panied by Sir John by his Majeftys attended at and had the honour of having a private conference with hisMajeity on the difcoveries they made on their late On Saturday morning his accompanied by his Royal the Duke of Lord loonier in his new regimentals as Colonel of the 9tti regiment of Lord and other general reviewed the tworoya regiments of Englifh that he couldnot added has s J tluifo nho have any iiuii it ttiemieivts thou fe and thou in I ice the King I te Dabcarlian he hear me i a novelty ici c 11 was penetrated in which the King re hia anfwered and ti audience i at 1 i i I am iior expected hov thvy j I have what they will not believe e rrjJii to the paper thou hail hu art a if thv all thole tj i arc readv to march at p in that and confumed his workfliopand in with forrie hcds anJ befules damarnno the of O o O tallowchandler Yefterday morning during divine fervce at Pauls a man genteelly d relied in biue grey dropt down an apopleitick fit be was im mediately carried to Bartholomews where he expired in the Early on Thurfday morning as lace of was coming to he was flopped on Gerrardscrofslieath by two high who took from him hs a large quantify of and upwards in Laft Saturd y a couiitryraan was decoyed intpa publick houie near by two or three under pretence of helping him where they made him drink pretty freely after got him te and lirippcd him or all his to the amount of between and The landlord hearing a noifb in the went in and quarrelled with the gaining houie then took the man a in his faying he would give him a piece oi and in the time the fellow got On a was committed to charged with Friday one a noted who has been evidence and hanged feveral of his nascommitted to the for breaking open i publichoufe in the Borough the night The lady of Francis Eiq of delivered of a At Martin in the Thomas Elq treufurer to his Royal Kigh nefs tlie Prince of and private Secretary to theEarl of to Mils Sally of fii At Thumas Elq to Mifs Judith of At Msrtns in the Captain lately frotii to of At Jofeph to Mils Kemp of Hamburgh mer of to Mils of Hanover At David Efq ri At his houfe in Korthuni in the wine In in the Adeiphibuiid B A N U T Charles ofthe ofChiirt ia the county pn to the and jift of Septmbr at ten in the at Thorn linfon and Thomas iieccdfor intheparifh of in county of tallow chaniilcr anj and of in tie fame to the arid 24th in jt tuur in and lift of September at three in at Artornr Fjuh Middle Tern Jf Day appiinttd for the Dividend of a en ae of in the county of f September at twelve at at thi iiait ia the laid to be to John i he of in pvriftof in the in list county of Md on or t is 3 fr merchant on or before the 51 ft Gcorg S Lite of on of in the 1Orough of ih of on or heo e tiK3 ill To and Xon rcfidtnt of the Cler Burgtflcs HEREAS this day was held a very nume rou c nfi o tij iXii anu of the town i where it nn to put in and to Major at tiis enfuinj Eltifhon a o fervj in Pnriiainent for this in t rom oir late worthy General A liujafLd VVe the of your oncuricnvc in n and with nr By order or tj Aueuil TivnCI 3 CANAL to and Welch on They made a verv fine and martial both regiments wearing black bearlkin caps and as the men are re inarkably number of to a detachment of the fame The regiments of fuzileers anc have themfclves on all their caps and other trophies were given them on that In all nations they are employed to fuppert the grenadiers for which reafbu it has al ways been thought moll proper to employ them in re where the ipirit of the corps would m ft them to diflmguiih and thereby caufeanemubtion in the other thaatofeiv them in diitant parts of the world to remain inobfcu The royal regiments of Welch fuzileers is a well known to all the veterans of as any re piments in their respective Upwaids of per year wholciab The rm bound Tunis to the faid to be taken by the and her is iaij arrived in the Mediter ranean with ail hur Monday a liip from laden with oundcred ort Mouifsbay in a gale of and very foul on board The which was ftranded on Labradorc has been weighed the gucateft part of her cargo is and flie is arrived with tlie ame in the His Mujeitys fiiip the of 32 it is put into and the com mand of given to of the Sea ford man of is ap pointed to thecomniand f his Maieilys hip Port of 50 a P is By our that onTluirf the r camps of Emprefs of Rurria feveral of the capital formerly in ths I re In coalmer Wvlt cf iJAiION ron OTTCE is hereby in purfuance of an urccr of of the faid tins and tvcry the Lid rCqut led to puy into iirnds of uhn of in the county o Yi or and in on OJbdOe of Augall he fjrn of 5 lor every I their being the c ii tf 5 cr At her houie at of Dodiin Eq as was iitting in of Totisil Fran the LONDON A v IL R A G R ICES of From July to July 1771 By the Sunward Vv INCH ESTER CORN Bufhel of COUNTIES I Page to the Princefs in the Amllerdiun we Mynheer Braam as completed that the one of which childbed by ional incum it is has been laid upon the eila within the laft three in to diiferent The Cabinet of perceiving the utter impornbility of raifing the of for which they gave a commiffion to MeiTiours and have formally revoked that com It feems the French finding only about had been and rhat there was wo probability of the laid fubicriptian being to conceal their want of have given that the money is already procured by other of a utter frsrn July Since the 3d of iail his Majelly gives asdience regularly three times a wcLk to all that pre fent tliemfelves his come in crowds to the feet of who deigns to hear them to enter into the misuteft details that concern them informs himfelf of their private affairs regulates them renders them juflice and gives them fpeedy fatisfaftion in all fubjecls of They never depart from audiences without being and fold at the amazing price and a droveof by fold 1000 Extraft of a letter from vritten by a While I was ac Calabar a few days fmce viliting my tlie following hocking inhuman affair was committeJ a conceived a pafiion for a young who rufufed to efpoufc on account of her having children by htr former hufband at after repeated appli cations to defpairing of the accompllihment of her willies while her infants with her own them She has been fmce ap committed to prifonof Cofcnce in order to receive pnniiiiment for her But what punifament can be adequate to fudi inhumanity Tiuy write from that the ad of this BIO as the Avoch boats were returning one of belonging to James ovcrfet in Cart with nine who were nil When Moore arrived Richmond on with his newccnftructed carrying fix befides the drawn by one he had the honour of Deiusr introduced to his who was pleaied to exprefs his approbation of the and alfo of the new plough invented by the model of which he hewed to his Moore and his five friends returned to town in his coach drawn by the fairie On Friday about twelve the Middle Oxfbrd Average coo Sutfolki Uurh arris 6 4 5 JO 6 4 6 4 5 6 V o I 3 3 9 7 c j L A S 9 l 7 o 2 I 5 2 4 10 S 11 70 41 64 Returns not this 4 3 a 10 2 JO N 2 R 2 8 6 i S 3 5 6 6 6 6 z ii 4 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 1 10 4 C 4 7 4 in 3 of LEEDS to jy NOTICE is hereby in purfuince i of of of the faid anJ the laid Py of John Huftier in uniy oi or and Ibr ii on or Tuefdav he jgth of Ofloher the fuin if lor ewy of Uibicripcions beire thlifih the If i a ff nre of per be incurred 1y viitus of the faid ANNUITIES fr THE Mayor and of Bifton ido hcieby ihat they are willing to rrant Aiinuities tor upon the terms For t e life cf any pcrfvit of the of nfry and at he cf priirnis Ur every I els than cinj or rnoe three pounds vjn one iie K i tiie iife i of any under p r J a any perfon fubcribin may hivi the niaHe of b ti fuf of any Iha tu by the ilrch M 5 N T I E S upon Weitrriorl in J Cheihirej S 5 6 6 6 s S 6 7 7 6 6 S 5 S i 5 5 3 ts 4 9 5 6 I 1 C 21 3 i S I1 6 2 3 3 5 S 4 4 4 4 S 11 2 O 4 5 5 9 t 3 3 the 3 1 ii 2 IO 3 7 2 4 2 7 a 3 51 3 I 10 3 3 3 7 3 6 3 3 3 7 9 9 3 10 North South i i 5 VV 6 6 5 7 3 3 3 3 4 3 2 8 10 3 2 2 a 3 4 4 A L 9 9 4 3 J 2 2 2 Z 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 I 1 2 2 1 Z 3 1 I 1 I 3 3 211 S 2 6 5 3 3 5 5 6 2 O JO IO 3 5 5 7 3l o 7 4 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 GENERAL which happened the broke he preceding morning in Alderl om afreih at a per 6 per Quarter 50 Part 5 2 j 3 3 o 37 4 17 of SCOT L A N Be 3 j 3 2 18 4 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 or than the Cum of a aforeiai 1 on the life fiiail Le paid half Corporation for the rc of William To be S O L ACOPYMOLD ESTATE at ia iroiii in to if a powci with convenient and up wards of iitty of and a of wood and aiona upon fore it f for KoriuitiiLr at Lough where a may le j in or of near To be MANOR and PERPETUAL ADVOW SUN of the RECTORY of VVOUGHTON JatelJ inclofeci in tlie county of of thi yearly value cf Tlie is turned or fifty there is a very sroccl all c Woujhton is ncuatcd in an of the and a good four miles of 47 fitin Furthsr mry be by at the tj F a to a Publifhed by Authority of To On i at FARM j Di NG irion oi Osfo o i nt tvj vf v iroin Ay all further Mi D by ujU oi at the snd in at twelve by private con fuuate at C now in Uy from r in ii and n 1 Mir from four fnilia from of in Lonrn or st at Ivii in
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