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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 20, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N D Twopence fro m TOES T H U R S D A AUGUST by B LAD tt in Pater nofter row where Advertifemencs and of THIS are defired rrrr Articles of tod Betters from are alfo received by the Rosal in Fieetfttctti at the Corner of bottoiaof the Corner of are taken in where thofe who co be regulariy with qpeofite Su sod NO WHER E E AUGUST flk LONDON AVGVST LN a late Aflembly of the Burghers of this they came to a resolution of granting a tax of one quar ter per on all their capitals and in or der to ftrppHes fuf fioient for the nary expences incurred by aot free from the water and the over the binds continues to be ja The eontribntioTW raifed in pn fterJiag and Britife factory made a dowtionof 1669 marks buttari July We have tbefe two days jttft had ftorros of tkvmder and Jjghtewag fo many who have been in the Eaft afiure they have aever feen the Yefterday the lighteniag ftruck upon the Gaaeren and eccafianed three by which 16 gaHeyS efldrely and a magazine of and bclongingto the was We have had tbnoft conflant rains here for thefc three weeks which have incredible damage in thefe FOREIGN A F July Tfee Porte has caufed it to be nified to ail Ac interpetrers of the Foreign Mirrifters who rcfide that mxift forbear the cpaferences they ufed to have with the great men of the law and other under a pretence of confaltmg upon different but that they apply direcUy to the who will procure them itmqediate Jiffy Laft SatWay the Chamber lain Van Envqr from was put under arreft by the Huffiaas favfflired and the troubles in Some tpie ago ihip failed from laden with boond fas Dal on fluwe 150 f alley get bf tfew bldim after one of them hwfelf before the ztftd declared to tiiat he awdaJlhis were deter to die tf they not procure that bgsg the ftroogeft an and crew had to avoid cer to thcllemr following articles oefecr powder and yirarlike tne fum of belonging fecnld nail up alltbe j fliould fet them fafc jSrft coaftthey came to The Captain foWbfepfetf to fubfcribe to to tte great prejudice of ihe it is the gafley from at from at New at at Lord from at at the Leeward from from at from from at L O N D The three divisions of marines at Portf sad are now compleated to their ftlll cpmplefijent of is that She fleet in tht Mediterranean will be feverai cskiilequeace lately received from Gibraltar and By a private letter Madeira we are that Admiral with the fleet under Us arrived there the soth of and Tailed again the of July far The Admiral had been attacked moll feverely by the gout his which had like to have been fatal to but happily it was removed to his and he w s in a fair way of recovery wtien he put to The one of his was fo bad a that ho was obliged to direct her to make the beft of her way to and not touch at The Lords of the Admiraltyhave put his Majejtys hip into the com mand of which is1 given to Yefrerday the Parisrof the Huntingdon came to th Indiahoufe with an account cf the above fhip fafe arrived off the Ifle of from She parted with the lliridgewater from two days before in the all well ib that he is hqurly The Huntingdon ailed in her voyage from the Downs the roth of and the Bridgewater the a 8th of The Worcefter and the Not from were hoth left at hy The on ijth of and were to fail in a few Ext raft of A letter frem July We have juft received that Prince having defeated Turks under the wails of that and miide the Serafkter and 1000 men prifoners the rf fhe made their efcape Jn At the fame time the Turks left the fortrefs of and the cattle of which commands the entrance of the of Azoi and the Black In the fortrfi fwnd 70 pieces and n hige y and Prince Dolgorucki hxs ther to do than to take the fortrei of all to maftrr of J fromthe GveuMfcs in 4e ftabbedin both one to a which died atithe fame The poor creatures were ail hoifee hanging On evening laft as a ftage coach was to with about twentyeight peopla within and ten of which were on the the of the jwdTengeTs overturned the by which accident a young a in near had Jiis leg broke in i terrible and ifeveralflf the reft were aft of parliament to limit the number a ftigccoach is now rwoefiary to reftraia n the Biffiop of Hertford to the Precentorthip founded in the cathedral of void by the Edward HugK Prebend or Caaeary of Upper feme void by the resignation of the faixl Charjes Daniel M is collated to the Prefecnd or Caaonry of WithingtOn fouzufcd m the fame void by the refigjiaticn of Hugh HUgh Daniel to be CaptefinLreutem nt irt the regiment J in the room of Efij Wils II laft India are aot veryayOT4bk with to eur trade in tbat which feaa declined fince the ftrppreffioa of EaftIrtdia Avguft TIte Princefs of Orange mif m the night between the 6thand yth the laftBccoants from bet Royal Highnefc C O If N T R y N E W S By the promotion of Moore to of there among the of Durham tvvo Gloacefter and and two Wincbefter and Wil Ham ThomTis and three of the failors who were concerned in the conlpiracyV and forcible oh the river inMarch to oblige tlie maftefs of outward bound Slips then in this to advance eamcas wages to fix f nmeas were indicted for the krae at the laft affixes held in this uhen they fined and committed to ReedFor fix Guttery and Swan for each and until they mail have paid their andalfo until entered into recogoizancesi tieav with for Uteirgood S H I P N E W 19Wind Came down and re with the ftupf the for Venice Friends and and for Paft fey flSfyne ffrim Qwrty frorn EfHbon Pern frpm i V L Mid from Nrway Prince from t ouier countries m Deing and there is now aardly any rofn trigs to be got at any few rjaysflnce Clive a and froojRrKMteIflahd from Rka from frqin j and from Ha tci Lord fobrfcore yeais pu diafe for twelve acres of land near Roehamptony in Sntiy bn Monday laft the valuable eftate at in ardverlifed fdt fome was fold by Chriftie at the Sun in and purchafed by Major General TfeIfean of Gtiild of and his coun have appointed the whole inhabitants within that city who have which hang or pro the range of the to takedown the fame and place flat to their We hetr from that a furprifing water fpdBtfEll fomucli rapidity that it carried and and covered a ffiflfil the foot of the mountain where it A fiisiJrU field of and nothing to and Luckilythe of tHe in the Alifo five gbats wMch into a were carried off and never more it likewife carried off an which was pretty neaian hundred the large block en which near a mile and what is moft was no running water near the place where the fpout Glafgow gxtraflof from Laft a man was taken up and comiaitted tHprifon on ftjfpicionof being concerned ui ftabbing two mares belonging to a who lives near this townV Since his confinement he Ha confefled his being accelfary to the crime buf fay4 in for that whejx be went with iii eoinpanionto oatch he thought the others in tiesntion was only ts cut oiF their The manner which they the above action pre ieiits feocking iiiftance of Both the ribs and One o died m a Hours the other is e3tpeced to Br b tag fpirited flie to wKeh fevei as u ging to fltmber one died Ibpa and the fold jibpfibciS to perfoa who feid he was abutcher in for the for which he gave him two drafts on two perfona in whom he ftiled merchants a neighbouring who fufpefted the perfuaded the farmer to go to London artd enquire into the of which and found ths two merchants were a barber and decayed fnuffmafcer j upon which the farmer the butcher a moft fevere borfe and with the affiHance of two coxtn trymen recovered It Iiavinjbeen repreftnted to the on Saturday laft a letter was received by the pennypeft by Ann jn threatening the lifeXif her and her if flie continues a procefs againft a fticnd of the hia Majeftys and 9 reward of by Leflit are promifed in laft nights to any accomplice on the dif covery the reft of the On Saturday morning about eleven as Benjamin Tlpftaff to Lord Manf was returning from the his horfe ftarted atafiniths hop in at which inftant two empty carts came by ou a full no carmen near them by fix v hon one of tire carts ran with great violence againft and knocked both him and ins horfe flat upon the He was taken up quite fenfelefs to a public honfe near the and the landlord Tent for a who let him andordered him to be tp wfrre he lay full three hours btfore he came to which he was can ied home dreadfully bnuicd W hotfe in Claremarket diJJgeixt fearch is niaking after the 1 r jfr A few cwys ago a fcrvant belonging to o returning to that place in liq the ferryboat putting off fhore full orpeuvk iie leapt hfs horfe into the by which rneans and tlie man and his hcrfe with fix rtLcr j On fr a boat going up the harbour at a and four women in the flie filled and when two with the one woman were On in was in a coveredcart with his wife and hegot out Eromleycsininon to give the when the creature ran away with the into a Sy which accident the about ytSvsof OifSusdaV hftns in Hol from at were uicd to lave There was acothyr one and fAhef lady was to terrible her Monday a man went to the Caftle in and called for a pint of after drinking the landlord refufed drawuig cc which Words wken the former gave the licau fo violent ablow on the that he expired m ifew was taken before a whocoamiittedhira to the On Monday night a woman was thrown into the canal in James4 and She uied to fell nofcgays about the The Coroners Fuqueft have brought in their verdidfc Wilful Murder by Laft a Rensford was committed to for throwing a quack doclor iuto the river by which he was Laft Sunday night aboy was detected in picking a pocket ia Cannonftreet many hand kerchiefswere found upon and he was yefterday carried befoiethe who committed him to the On Saturday three gamblers were taken out of a the fide of the charged with fervant of 16 and yafterdjay they carried before the lining Alder at Guildhall but the feft having been com mitted in they were fimt thither ex On Sunday Morning loft four ittppoiad be taken out of their beds tit the by SirJoha taad carriedto Tothill fields bridewell dbout foiae found means to get into a back parlour at the Eouft of ii rifledthe of a great quantity of and other to a confiderable Oh Monday night nin e dilbrderly women were up In and places adjacent dx aeict d jr tftey were farried befpre of them fe Chafes k collated bt regiment of Daniel to tit Captain of a company ia the 6oth regiment foot or Royil of a company in the i th regiment The Lady of Benjamin Efqi of delivered of a fon and to the it firft after a marriage of upwards of twenty James E of New to Mifs with a fortune John in partnerihrpF with in to Mifs Nancy of Michael t6 Mils George of the Stamp to Mifs daughter gf of At his hcmfe Hack George At his houft in Albe Jofias At BucknolV on Mary if of Piccadilly and the fame day died his In Benjamin attorney at In mafter Alexander Kin Eiq of his Majsftys at Port At of Lan by whpfe death a jointure of per annum devolves to Thoruas Eiiji of In in the John copperplate At his houfe at Thomas Bfidge manj V 8 A M R U P T Hwiry of HoantifJitclli to fofr ren tbc joib tif vUtA rf at tea ia the at Callaghan and Barnky late of the kingdom of but now of tti of Martyn in me in the county of to furrender the lift of ani of atten in the fore at in Jacnes Ialinj late of in the ccunty of to furrenlkr the zd of Septem and ift of at tea in the acthe Arms in James in John of in parifli Giles in tbe in the naif to furfendar the 24th of Septem and ift of at ten in the atUuiid Cuirer and Fui of in the parifnof in he county ot to furrendw the r4h ad of and ift tn in the Day for making the Dividend a to Credi ThooiK of tbe I atli of at the Kings Hea in the ip the city of Certificates to Thomat Merrick wilh tfcs parift of in the county of on or before the lotfc of Richard lare in parifll of Danfftan in ihecounty of or before the iciil of of in the parifh of Giles in in The coanry of lacernar on 91before tire loth of To m JR IN gramade to and fortht good or I fend yoo the for above fix yean with a molt violent ioflammij tion in rny face and attecitd blilitrrj extreme whkh them to fweil ta aa derate fize this difortcf brought me fu that I believed ro be in a 1 applied with out till Pfovitftnte to rake your by which rnsans I teiteted to peripft the mentioned complaints bavin long left Any by applying Le in Cogdeli may convinced of truth of I humble Any perfen rtUI of the efficacy of this dicine may hy applying w fide of near tbe author and afe fold id at be fully of tfccir referred to jecple of who tte the of the J fi Author of JV Bewareof known chan SIX
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