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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 13, 1771, London, Middlesex                                b b 6 Price Twopence From AUGUST to AUGUST Sold by B LA in Paternofterrow where Advertifements and Letters of Inrelligenoe are taken in and where thofe who chafe to be regularly ferved with t THIS defired to Articles pf and Letters from are allb received and at the RoyalExchange oppofite 8 IB fleetKreet at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom of the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bradfired and NO WHERE AUGUST A M E R I C JUNE O rip AY arrived from a cruize his Majeftys fhips Dunkirk and We have an that the id of an on board the William Ver Efq a Lieutenant of that The Commodore has a Lieutenant in his O T L A N IT Muguff We hear that Sir George has purchafed the eftate of Craw from the fhe price of C O U N T R Y N E W Augajt The late rains have quite changed tae face of the hopyards in Herefordihire and There will be now what the dsalers tern a tolerable This information we receive from intelligent people in thofe On Thurfday Chriftopher Coroner for this iffued his warrant for the taking up the body of Henry Pear fon a boy about five years of laft week buried in Auguftines the enquiry into the caufeof his it that on the lift of June the boy being Pauls and unwiHing to leave his play to go to his mother Catherine Pearfon threw a fmall piece iron at which being fliarp at both pierced fitull ihe immediately went to a who trepanned the kull the child ianguiftied till the 3ift of The Jury returned their verdift Man againft the faid Catherine his At the affixes held at Car lifle this William found guilty of floating a recsived fentence of Augujl Laft night Rice a private man to the Cuftomhoufe being on the lo k near the top of Shakeipears he fuddenly fell and was killed on the b H i P N E w s Wind Came down and remain with thefhipi as per the for Jamaica i for Antigua Wtllum and and for Arrived and failed for the the Mary arid from ARRIVALS at the following Portfmouth from Znnt Three j fr0m Saloe Gibraltar from Gibraltar and from Brillol Marquis of from Canon Ann from Jamaica William and from Peterfburgh Englifh Harnfon Walker Gowland Fairfax Dale Walker Prefwick Hunter PnnTim Herbert Sea Lacy Beverly Robert and Holland Fotherly j Sutton Humphrey Laws Davidfon Rowlis John and Watfon New Stn vens Generous Simpfon Perrot Sea Hall all from Liverpool t from Virginia John and from Cape Feare and Lady from StarrgateCreek and from Nice fiom The Earl of Suffolk has taken a houfe at where he propofes to refide to be near his office when bufinefs may require his fudden or fpeedy For fome days pad the Clerks in the Secretary of States office have had more employment than and an extra number of meilengers have been ordered to Lady Waldegrave is to refide at Kenfington during the Duke of abfence from Eng The laft letters from the Hague that the Princefs of Orange is with The arrived on Monday night from brings that the Spaniards have thrown into the garrifon of Ivka ten battalions of and are exporting from Cadiz feveral tons of ordnance ftores for the above are undergoing a couliderable augmentation and The following intelligence from fays a cor may be depended on as authentic The Court has given orders for four regiments of cavalry to be quartered immediately that One regiment to be on guard at a time within King of France has not ftirred out of his excepting to his chapel and to the council for above thefe ten days Some very important difcoveries relativeto the dtiigns againft the Kings peribn are juft come to A Wtpr frnm of the m They write from that an infurrsftion had happened at in occafionesJ by a fcarcity of in which people had raadkcred fome Viceroys Letters from Paris that Prince of who is travelling in France under the title Count de propofes to fix his refidence in that and fpend the remainder of his days there in company With his He has already purchafed an eftate in the neighbourhood of which coft him and he is now in treaty for the hotel cle which is to be fold at The company at the Manfionhoufe was very numerous yefterday the Egyptianhall was as was alfothe long parlonr Alderman Trecothickg Lady dfd the honours of the table as Lady Mayorefs there were only even of the Court of Aldermen Aldermen Peers and In the piece of coafeftionary was of the We hear the Committee of the Livery lately ap intend to make a thorough feirch into the city as well aa into the hiftory of this country fince William the in order to be fully in formed of the rights of There are at this time nine hundred and uxtyfive city byelaws A ccrrefpondent that he has all along thought the Tower was the LordMay but now finds he fhall loon be more fully confirmed The and Orford niea of are all fafe arrived at The Cruifer and Falkland Hoops of war are to ac company the Venus frigate to the The Favourite from Barbadoes to foundered at fca the iftof in The cew were taken up by of the who is arrived at POrtfmonth from South The from Dublin to was loft at a place called on the coaft of on the 3ift of July Sir Francis Biuke Delavals body has been and his ftomach appeared in a very inflamed itatc he had taken to his bedfide with him abottleof ufque the greater part of which he had drank in the The fa5r with to Sir Francis Blake Delavals which has been much s this the whole of it had been nurfe for fome time in the hands of his elder Sir who had juft beguu to allow Sir Francis who was only tenant for life in it per This morning early the corpfe of Sir Francis Bkikc Delaval was carried from his fifters the Countefsof in inonier to be interred in the family vault at Statouhall in At Worcefter races yefterday the given by the Members was at two by Yeatess bay beating Strodes Wednefday the hunters purfe was won by Wards beating Bells and Hares And On Thurfday the plate was in three by Woolleys beating Major Snells Coliinss aa 1 Greens Suells rider loft the rirft heat merely by his for hi had left the other horfcs fo far that when he came to the distance poll he pulled up to a gentle trot a farmer feeing the other horfes coming Hijacked his whip at the at which he and turned and before ihe could be brought Cordelia pufhed and came in before her by half a At Baraet yefterday ftarted fora puife of which was won at two by Strouds grey mare Laft week eloped frora her fathers houfcin the Ifle if with a young gentleman of the twenty fifth Mils L an amiable young lady of fifteen it is imagined vhey are gone towards Scot and will evade the diligence of their as they had more than twentyfour hours ftart of Sunday at a church at the weftend of the the prayers of the congregation were delired On Monday a number of men were employed to remove the iandLvink above There was no rowing match on Monday from Fulham to by fix young as had been iMcrted in ftvcral of the public papers nar was any premium intended to be by his A conefpondent that wo have a ftrikiug inftanceof the force of ctiftom in the cafe of running thofe forinerly very neceffaiy the roads weie and the country covered with anci but at preieat there is no fort occafion for A mocking had very near happenec bit Sunday at a Methodift commonlv being at the on Sunday and the who is a writing raking his text from die verfe the Happy fhall he be who taketh and daQieth thy little ones the ftones j liie coalmerchant faid on of proceed to Ibmething elfe and prelently the preacher reciting the the coalmer chant fuddenly catched up one of the leaft of his and hud in all probability dathed it againft the had not a lufty man providentially inter fered afterhaving iaved the cloJed and took the unhappy father clear out of the it that while men are never fuppofed to be too completely qualified for the of wondly yet in fpiritual as if any thing would do for that liiould be allowed to fo as often rmt to iftinguifh i literal meaning of the facred On SrtturfUy as in was going out of town in aone horfe a carriage ran againft the and broke the fplinter which falling againft the heels of the mare who was very ipirited fhe immediately took and ran away with the chaife Boyce was flung and cut in the forehead his wife was likewife much and the carriage entirely to On Saturday in the returning from Sydenham with twoof his in a Jingle horfe was overturned by a by which accident a little girl was killed on the a boat loaded with greens for Covent garden was overfet by a fudden fquail of winti in Chelfea and tie waterman with a woman pafionger were On Monday dropped clown at his warehoisfe m who was to have been married yefterday morning to a voung lady in ihat Monday a woman in was carried before the Bench of Jufticesat for the murder of her baftard and after wards throwing it the lie was com to the New Gaol for further On Monday the Hunter was choien MinLtcr of the new meeting at in the room of the The Lady of the Lord Bifhqp of Dnvids delivered of a at At Margarets Weft Arciiibald Eiq of the Ifle pf to Miis daughter of the late Go vernor of at to Mifs of At Jamess Efq to Mifs At Peter JN STRUCT IONS of the Cfert of of Sir Edmund Jfharn Sir William Kniehts of Shire faid com agreed on at ibe field at on Thurfday 8th day of left yvitli th to be figoed by fuch offier Freeholders as were not then To Sir ISHAM Sjr WILL LAM DotBrNji Knights of the Shire for die Ceufly o cn A letterfrom of that the Queen of Denmark was then hi i ptr ffcft ftateof andfucKlesherfelf ihe waslafely delivered of whicli iscoafidered as ex traordinary iuftance df exalted at to Mifs of the fame At the Charles Efq uncle of the Earl or Elq wko iateiy married the daughter of Sir John in At Michael Elq formerly an officer inthe train of Ralph Efq formerly a Lifbon George Wil only fon of in Lom Charles of Kenfmgton he was cook to King George Bul the corner of in the At in At her home Martha At Boulogne fur in David Efq of formerly in At m after of a WeltIndia At Giles Eiq formerly an officer in the At Cam afllftant clerk of the Weil road at the General Polt At his houfc near Andrew Efq formerly an emi nent infurance who many years kept the Bunch of Grapes winevaults in Nor ton of aejed mailer of the Blue Laft at Ifling the of in WorceiVer fliire he arrived at Stanford from London in goad health on the Thurfday Town Clerk und Deputy Recorder of that B A NK R U P T Nichohs new or Ute ef in grocer to furrender ihe zSih and a4iri of at three in the at the fign of the Maids in the pwifti of Simon and fuICj in the city Eiiiha De in James of Chalford in the parifh of in clothier to funenJer the and mh and 24th of ac ten in thc at Bcarhijiderlan appoinied for malting the Dividen s of Bankrupt to Lawrence late of in but now of the city of partner of othtrwife Gabriel James of the city of deceaftd the of at ten in the at John of Abin in gocer and linen draper he 251 of at eleven in the by the name of Madam or the Old j at the Angel in city or FINAL DIVI in Southwark A certain in having for fome time Certificates to be to Bankrupts 5 t Chriftopher of i InbGurcd under a gloomy ftate of occa mercharit on or before the 2d of as by too clofiran attendance on la e of merchant j or be this his fore the id of utuatiofi of the Landed Intereft JL this country bur which we eddied upra by tlie duty we ovye to anc to lay before Ths burden of the LandTax has been fo long felt anci that trie weight becomes every yeaf more And thoiigh with conferrt to every rcafonable tax to fupport Government ia time yet we trjll that no other pretenc power ill preyenj endeavours to reduce the at the next ItSTons af may find theoa in the hands of Smyihrof NorthamptoOj the the faid where they will rrtam till the meeting of To the and Burgeffes of the Borough of WHEREAS this day was held a very nume rous ccntiftrng of the Aidermely and principal Inhabitants the of Brldgrutthj where it was unanimoutly agreed to put in and to Major THOMAS enfuing Eleftion for a Member ferve in thii in the room of our late woithy Genaril dtseafed We bee the favour of youif concurrence in the faid nominarioh nd elecHon with U3 your very humble By order of the AuKufY WHEREAS the TURNPIKEROAD tween STRATFORD and th Puhlichoufe called upon iA has for many yurs beert rewdcred almoft impaffabie for csrriaees This is to That the laid read is now repaired and made by being and quarters cut for all forts of STOCK in TRADE of WlLLiAIVl of in a conlifting of qieat choice of and now SELLING at his and warehuufes under cod to retail and with the ufual large abatements to are in All to the eftate af the Bankrupt ate to paj rhiir without to Welch of the fame who is by rive receive the fame and to whom fuch Creditors under the as hare not yet proved their are defired to fend their affidavits of proof To be To L Within about 60 miles North of in a fportirig TWO Large and Extenfive adjoin1 ing to each abounding with all forts of game together with the and Woods thereto belonging containing upwards of flatute arid lett all together exelufive of ths manors at about a For further particulars inquire of Attorhtf at in To be THE MANOR and PERPETUAL SON of the RECTORY of WOUGHTON latelf incloTed in the county of Bi of the yearly value of The prefent Incumbent h of fifty j there ij a very good convenient Woushton is fituated in part of the and a good within four miles of five of 4 u 47 from Further particulars may be by application at the Parfonagehoufe or to the at Welling Northamptonfhire or to at Newport To be SOLD by On Monday the igth day of at the Rofe and Crown Inn at in at twelve oclotR at rnlcfs fedof before hy private contrail FARM and USTATE fit u ate at CHED in now in the oo of John by Jrafe from Mertun lor n re st of ever fe s in a fenie and rich arabis arid lour rnie from lix milts from tuur nnies li Leightorl Kcol corn For further inquire of at Trint ot in Loni n cr Attorney at st To L THE or Reputed or LORD SHIP of in he pariihof ia the county of York and all thofe feveral Freehejljl or Parctis of in Tunftal containing by elVimation 420 acrej riad with the Capita iVielfuage and fuitaWe con tliereuponj now in ihe of Richard as tenant at and undtr the yearly ren Alfo another Freehold called LlNGEYMOO in the of Middltton in the faid eilimation 500 acres and upwards the occupation of Thomas as tenant Lher at and under the yearly rent of Both the faid eftates are very capable of having limeat hand are well for markettowns of Yar and Darlington have bctn in the prefent tenants handi fo a considerable number of and lie in a fifie fportip For further particulars inquire of George of Efq of Norvh AHerfori f aa I Thomas of who will   

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