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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 22, 1771, London, Middlesex He Price Halfpenny THURSD A t6 S AUGUST SoW by fit A Paternoftorrow whtrt i Articles of art alfo weefWd JfoiCHAiLDittr abd the oppofite Dt m Ftectftrett it tBe Corner of in the St i t Corner df CharihgCrofs j New Bonrfftrtet and NO WHERE token in tnd wfiere who chafe to be regularly fcrved with and AUGUST JOLY ETTERS from Wilmiftg in North dated on Tnefday laftx in A fprm us that i a Regulator at thtf fpecial Court of Pyer andTemi of whom were and fix ex ecu Savannah June His Excellency Governor lias beeaplcafcd to appointRichard Cun ingham Efq to be of the ComuiOHa Honfe of Aflembly of this in the raouri of Prbvoft C O U N T R Y N E W Auguft Laft week a great quantity of iQackafel came upon this fo that about Eoo were taken within the in about three There never was known any taken there In confequeace of die notice fent Sir George Colebrooke of the perfon who calls him fclf Coop being in a relation of Agnews came and Coop proves to be Philip the fervant who robbed On the 6th John in Man buried his 25th He has had 35 chil dren born to him in and his wife is big with child at S H 1 P N E W Wind Arrived and remain with his Majcftys floeps Aclive and the for the Biidgewater and ihips ai the and Hunting don Faffed by the Tay from Jamaica Georgia from Georgia from Senegal and from ARRIVALS at the following from at from off from at from at from at from at Governor from at fnjrn at froun at Three from at Hen and from at from at Willing from at Conllant from at Good from at from at from at John and from at from at from at from at from at from at L O N I O It bis Majefty has ordered the names of a and a Member of Parliament in to be ftruck off the lift of his Privy Counsellors in that and the names of the Earl of and LordSudley ion of Lord Arran tube added to the lift their Yefterday Prince Charles of MecklenburghStre litz took leave of their Majefties at he being in a few days to fet out on his return The lame day the Prince of Heile Danniladt was intrpduced to her Majefty at the Court at His Excellency theRuffian AmbafTador has taken an elegant houfe at Richmond for his country reH Itis very confidentfy as an undoubted that one of the three Noblemen lately arrived is a Prince of the Blood Royal of the ofCoivti who travels Next Wednefday the LordMayor will give an elegant entertainment at the Manfionhoufe to the Goldmiiths and of the laft of which his Lordihip was formerly a but translated It isgeneraly believed that there will be fix candi datesfor the Mayoralry on Michaelmas The two fenior Peers and will be fup portLd by Adminiftration the two late ToHnfeud and by the faction and the prefent Lord Mayor with Alderman by the friends of Extract of a letter from North Jttxe James of the came to tuwn hit night from where he on the sth his Excelleney our vith the nwjor part of the government troops j General Waildfcland Colonel Moore having niarcjied with aisout 6od for Mcckleaburg and Tryon coun frqm which very few insurgents had The Court of Oyer and Terminer was fitting when Walker left Hilifborough and Monday lentencs was ta be puifed on feveral who ha4 taken by the By WJkcr we arealfo that a party blacked had flopped General VVaddelg am oix its way from Cbarles Town that theytook out the and then blew which contained fevaral valuable fbi life of the and hi i and the difaffefHon of his Levies fcad dthere of property in the tWn bf and mtlir villainmiflvfTLpn ii taken the governments and a anu uic iuju uj uic manor or tnat conceTiung yet refufed to fight in defence of it obliged chat of right to ereft a wHich the lord of the fipfr fn nrKAWM t i i ficer to retreat to near where pent JL i i i wucie pent manor naa in tiiat Un it ap ilp till after the battle on the 16th Jnoft that the building was a great detriment and fymg circurhftance to the and the officers of annoyance to many tradefineris heules on which a his Sundry papers letters have been already foandin the houfe of Herman Hiifbands Cahline of this province by whiclj it appears u me LQIIC me juigaiea ajipuses oetween the Ihfurgcnts were the Btlrgoyneiand the innabitants of re and were wttt and were determined to put man Tbey from tirjigan in that ago an open belong to a metihant was by ride forced a fmall f IT j aavi w LAUL HJUj VVCi LU LUC lit in his army to death 5 that they looked them rtisfaftion of the fpecial and gentlemen felyes fo much inaftenj of the df the amicably and finally the public offices had been of araong o Such were the fxicfi were the de figns of thefe of whomk has been toufly tfiat they only wanted to ebrrifn jtiftlce for their poor opprelfed But riefe diabolical chemes are now happily defeated though every friend to his country niuft rejoice at the fuccefs of it is not to lament the fate of thofe unhappy people through their own have been perfuaded by a few artful and deiigning men to join with and te pioufly attempt tb fubvert the conltitution of James James and Rednap the principal authors of this have made their but it is hoped juft vengeance will yet overtake We hear that the French Ambaffador at Conftan tinople has written a Remonftrance to Count the Ruffian wherein he complains of the iujuftice dwne the King his Mafterj by that Commanders fufrering hia mips to feize thofe be longing to France the Count has fent for that he thinks himfelf lufficiently juftified in that aft by the law of as there were found on board thofe vefTels a vaft quantity of flints for which were intended for the ule of the enemies of her Imperial letter from Ma dated July His Majefty hath declared the port of the city of Tortofa a free port for importation and exportation in con fequence of which all mips within and without the kingdom may be admitted fhe Royal Junto of Health have j lift publimed a regulation vclativt to this fubj Letters from Copenhagen that the Kmg of Denmark has a requiring all who have been ufed to the fea aud are out of his and in foreign turn zia January on pain of fuffering perpetual whenever tney arc taken within his Majeftys A gentleman lately arrived from Johns in that there are now near 6aoo head of black eattle in that with near double the number of and a breed of large goats fo that the fleets and merchantmen are at prefent iupplied there with provifions at a cheap Itis faid that advice is received of two Spaaimmen of of 60 guns having been entirely with all their the midslle of May fix leagues of the in a violent tornado which happened on that Yefterday the Purfer of the Worcefter EatIndia man arrived at the with the news of the fafe arrival of the above Ihip in the from Bombay and The from with two ftfh the Ysung from with five fifh the Dryden the Waterhoufe and the all dean from are arrived at The Governor from is ar rived at Governor Wright and his family are paflengers in the above On Wednefday Charles Efq kifled his Majeftys hand on being appointed Comptroller of the Victuallers Accounts of his Majeftys in the room of Robert Efqj Numbers of and go daily to the Bank to enquire of Sylva the truth of Wilkess tearing his own and his brothers notes Sylva carries about with him the originals of Wilkess and mews them readily to all who are defirous of their Laft Saturday were fold at City Repository in a pair of beautiful coaoh bred and to Lord Ponifret it is for Sheriff Laft Tuefday night the Right the Counters Dowager of Shelburne returned to her houfe at from a nine days reur to Knighton in the Me ot the feat of her At Bodmin which ended the 8th the following prifoners received fehtence of Viz Ann for the murder of her baftatd child William for aoainft whoift there were three two for horfeftealirigj and one for forgery Stephen for ftealinfe twelve out of the houfe of Hendra aud Nathaniel for were reprieved for The above Ann Chapman was executed the 1th At the nlaee of I At the place of execution iHaetfhe was vtry for what fhe had rand thatthe of the child told if fhe would lull if he woifld er a OH thurfday fennight carae on at the at before Wiis t rtnC hi tvreen Mi Leirh of si ureen of ft conjunfton the lord of the manor of thai concerning manor had in that On ap annoyance to many tradefinens heules on which verdift was found for the and the nuifance ordered to be At the feme time the litigated difputes between lative te the late contefted vver to the la about five or fix miles from that town cdlnfary people as obferving nobody in the down to the water fide tofeize but to their great furprife found two men lying upon their faces there were no eatables on and nothing to It is imagined theyefcaped from Tome wreck that they had been at fea many and periled for OhWednefdajrthefuir began at Peckham in Sur where a fray happened about a woman of the in which many were and one man was killed by a Wednefuay a tradefman in Blackman returning his wife from in a finglehorfe the carriage overfet at by which the woman had an arm and the man his Wednefday a Icaffold that was erected before a houfe m Spitalgelds gave by which accident two men were killed OH Yefterday morning a plumber at work on the top of a houfe near fell to the ground and was killed on the Yefterday at noon a well drefled man dropped down dead in Jamess Yefterday a gentleman had his pocket picked near the RoyalExchange of his in which were drafts and notes to the value of between and On his mifTing it he went to a Bankers in Lombard where drafts were and foTahd a very fhabbyrlooking offering them in The gentleman recolledVed that he had feen him near him when he loft his pocket book the fellpw pretended that he found it he was t4xo T nrrlllfor xo nrr or PouitryCompter for Wednefday morning of was robbed of to the amount of upwards of by his own who yefterday morning was apprehended in Jamess and carried before Sir John who committed him to Yefterday a man was committed to Woodftreet by the fitting Alderman for want of charged on the oaths of two houfe in the parith of with keeping an illgoverned and diforderly houfe near Fieldlane in the Yefterday a carman vas committed to Bridewell for fourteen days to hard by the fitting at charged on the oath of with neglefting his and em bezzling his John Efq to be Cnptair and LieutenantColonel in the rirft regiment of foot in the room of Lord Vifcount Ligcnier William Efq from to be CaptainLieutenant in the 1 1 th regiment of dragoons in the room of John Efq Mr Jofeph Beal to be Surgeon to the laid ir the room of who John to be a Lieutenant fourth regiment of by Major General JA In the parifli Mnrj Ic Richard Efq relift of Sir Heary late of Hamburgh merchant at to Mifs daughter Sel Efq of of Upper to Mils Sufannah of Qkferd in Fleet to Mifs Peggy of of to Mifs of that place At in where he went foi the recovery of his James phy of the Univerfity af At his houfe in James ECq formerly an officer in the EaftIndia Companys fer Jonathan Efq belonging to the at Fort and formerly a merchant of this In wift of of the In Efq formerly an Coimpanys a and on news lady being brought to to towA the greatelt vjhea he fejl of a ab4 died in three days Jh the Ifle of in the 10 7th year of his who had four wives the married when near and childreji by Ken never knew any illngfe during his long and followed his occupation till a day two of his fall he his n WILLIAM of having quitted hop and bdfinefs whkh he carried on in Trufo afbrefaid AJI any demands onhim are defired an to Hertry fruro An4 all perfons indebted to the Williarrt Giddy mufl pay the fame to Rofewarne of hey be fued vTitiiout further v To be S O L WithiB about 60 miles North of fportingi TWO Large and Extenfive a3jpini ing to each abounding with all fortsof game together with the and Woods thereto containing of 2500 anl iett all together exclufws about a For further particulars inquire of Attorney at in WANTED to RENT for a Term of From Forty to Sixty Miles from in a fine A Neat with a con fitting of plough and pafture land rent from 40to per or As it is for a though by no means a great there mult be fufficient game in the neighbourhood to amufe Whoever has fuch a place to may hear of a tenarjt by with full particulars of the td at in If the place fhculd be and at any future time the owner hould be wjlling to difpofe of the bre the tenant will expecl the To be SOLD by On Wednefday the jSth day of September at tha Old KingsHead in in the county of between the hours of three and fix oclock in the after fubjeft to Uuh conditions of fale as be there and then A FARM at near Louth afurcfaid connfting of a ifood farmhoufer and all other together with iSoacres of and pafture all in a If fold by private contract before the day of notice will be ia the For further particulars inquire of Philips Zfqj Lincoln and of Georee of near GranrJiam or of the John of Walruf gate who will fhewthe B R I AS the good people of this ifland from the richnefs of their the irregularity of their and a peculiar irritability of their beytind other mfferablyexcruciated with and Hypochondriac rorapiaintt it uiat the britifh Pills will fairly deferve theircountenance and as a remedy particu larly adapted to Britifh and calculated to rtrengthen the deterge tiie Jielp Di promote and carry orT witlout the lenll irritation or Sold with directions by a the cornsr of Pauls at B Newbery in urgent if tile psrfonal atiendnnce of the who from a fenfe cf inferring his TO offer any new Medicine to the at a time when there ar as many Koilrums as Dif may to moll people appear moil nbfiird and un necelTaiy the great misfortune that too of thofe articles are either attended with or elfe anfwer no good both which tend to bring all advertifements of this nature into difcredit but that there are remedies fuch extraordinary in the cure of particular as to be is not to be The inhabitants of this ifland are unfortunately very fub Afthmatic from which they often find it extremely diincult to be relieved j a Medicine therefore that will lender tha Jives of all fuch unhappy fufferers eay and cann t but be looked upon as i bleifin to in and a valuable aiquifiuon to the medical Sjch is lie ASTHMATIC PILLS from a lorrg experience in the practice of a very have been found to whea all the common fsrms of medicine liave they give certain and fpeedyrelief to tht Diijicplcy of by a proper continuance of their will entirely remove al the Afthmatic In fhe medicine will on trial recommend and prove dcfcrving a greater character than would appear confillent the bounds of modera tion to fuve it That fo vnluaSle a Medicine may become univerfally the Proprietor has been induced to appoint thefn to be fold in the corner of PaulsChurchyard vatthe Rainbow Cornhill and at Charing crofe TURLINGTONS Ordinal BALSAM of LIFE MARTHA Widow of WILLIAM WR late Nephew and Partner of ROBERT and MARY and now SuccerTors of the faid Robert ttiveQW and Patentee ofthat moft excellent Meificine called TrTR LINGTONs original BALSAM of brg Itave to inform Captains of public in that they carry on the bufmefs as at the old the in near the where all perfons may be of having the ORIGINAL and GENUINE of as heretoioie as together with the faid Turlington and have lud the preparing of the fame for feverai years nor are there any other perfons wharfover therewith therefore the 1 public are defired to be careful that they have the True J and Original fialfarn of wliich is fold in bottles at and is wrapped up in a direction taking the wih the handwriting of the fa Martha Wiay and Mary without which you may afljred they are notorious Whereas fome erfons piefumed to that upon the death of Turlington Fully cl the receipt for making the Balfam of this is to inform the that the late never difpafed of receipt for making the fald BalTain to any perfon except to I In 1 3 above Wray to vhnm le IcJt the will j therefore all othei prt tended BaKains of Life not the but fpurious and bafe c and oi he woiit if
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