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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 24, 1771, London, Middlesex r L b N Price Twopence From S A T LJ RD A AUGUST to AUGUST 1771 Sold by at in ttterrow where and Letter arc ukefi end where thole cfuUe be rcjiilariy fervet with THIS defirW th Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by lj CHORDS ON nnd at the ftoyalExchtnge opprGte Dunflani in at the Corner of in the bouartl of OnTiiigcrois fcouRDiUK itR the Comer of New BonuiiAXc and NO WHERE AUGUST LONDON AUGUST being no toager any dangier of from which formed the Cordon upon the that country Auguft 10 As all of danger from the plague aye the hich have hitherto keen uied to prevent the fp reading of the are Augxjl In thememory of man never fuch weather known we haw had ia this country Tor theie laft three weeks Not many weeks had the greatett appearance of plenty and Bridge Kowkrryfrcm Barbadues and jojjaruiesj ARRIVALS at the frtrn at from at irom at 3t from otr from oft R from at Dee and irom at at fiorn at from at from SouthCarolina and at Spurrkr from ditto anH at trom at from at a in the ot Queen twelve1 a In the rfign oiGeorge rfae fije from the continual and cxceffive niias that have and ftill we bave a moil melancholy profped before and if this bad weather cdntiuues but a very little we have every thing to Prayers are offered up iivall the churches for fair and this day the Augujt The waters are alien ten eleven inches by accounts Irom Magde burg of the height of the river we are appre henfnK together with that and the continuance of the rains and wefterly the waters will rise again over the which the Magiilrates are labouringto free from the Lancelot of the lit regiment of and Sir David of the faid are appointed to be AidsdeCamp to his Paulus JSmilius Irving to be Governor of the ifland of in the room of Sir John Royal reg Quarter Matter John of the to be vice who 3d Jocelyn Prye to te vice George Jiugh Daniel Mackay to be Jocelyn Cornet Robert Wilmot to be vice IX William Curfey be vice Jocelyn 4th Heivan to be vice Francis Jerrerfon by pur Cornet John Calendar to be vice by Jclin Jones to be Captain of a in the room of the Lord count Captain Robert Hnfelar to be Captain vice John John Woodfori to be in the room of Thomas who 15th John Maxwell to be vice Paulus jEmilius removed to Mitchell to be vice Jimes Ltflie to be CaptainLieute vice ifctb JohnMawbey to be Captain vice Lewis Benjamin Charnock of the to be vice John who aoth John from halt to bt vice Artiiur who 25th William Chir to bs vice Thorns who 37th Major George D alley to be vice Jordan Alexander Stewart to be vice William Montgomery tobe vice Alexander 6oth Lewis Valentine Fjjfe Ceuflfcn frorts at from at from Leeward at 1 from at Henry and from at L O N O We hear that the Earl oi Harcourt is expefrsd in town from before the expiration of next on his own private and that after a fhort he will return to Paris in his former The Speaker of thellyui of Commons notice in lait Saturdays that he hail iilus his warrant to Clerk of the to mike out new writ for the sleftingof aBurgefs toferve in this prefent Parliament for die of in the room of William at the end of 14 days after the faid John is gene to to of fer himieif K for that Yeiterday Thomas George Efq K fright of the Shire for the countyof and Richard Efq Member for Droitwich ia VvorcciUr in town from Spain It is faid that information has been received of psrfons concerned in fire to the Dockyard at rf from There was a curious made litre laft Earl cf Lincoln paid the many workmen lie em ployed for fevcral years in improving hii park and ievenfhilUngs n which was fourttenpeftee a We fee how land basriien in value fince thereign of Charles the it being now nearly many parts of the kingdom while even juperior workmens wages have little increaied in any on the in many parts have become even as low as thofe to be given by the late Earl of Lin coln to his mere labourers and as for their wages at are but tenpeace a day in foaie places in nibre ia the common courfe of ahnolt the whole of ourcnormouytaxcsliave been laid oii unoe the reign of Charles the maiiy of which cn part cf the andlaU preatyaireft them ia the prices of proviiions and cf A f great of Tome gentlemen iii T harmrsftreet roMift daughter oi At John E forjnerly a vvlioleiaJe grocer in IVree At Iris Waller near i Dutch lafeiy r At hi houli ia Qid At her to prove that an inteiif will vapour the a niid turn it into practicability whertof io new paft a do feveral having been evaporated before IOD who fivv the gradually diminih annihilate a crucible by the inlenfe Lcat By lcttci fnm Parij that a fiiort rims as H labourer foruv rubbiii u that city he fouiida confiderabs of vith pirt of which he aifconded nen iut ndd ro hi a qinrrel tliein tiic ioii of the i and fiieir vss of iiivc inco dag up about ixfy tkouianJ It is fua pofcdthis ireafure depofitcd in the earth Kt er ta be vice Joan Whartonj by DinklMAlpin to be vice Fufer by Jorden of the Vth regiment of to be Colonel of the ft re foot or invalids in the room of John Alexander Efq to be CommifTaryGencral of Stores and Provisions at vice Alexander to be BarrackMutter of in S H 1 P N E VV Anc Wind Game down and vvirh bis hip and a ths th for the forDoflrn anti the for Sailed for the the the Regains in the Downs the Cruizcr Mows His M floop Cruizer is to Dovtr No lliip iti the Tart by Han horn Dunkirk Stcnefipiife and f on Dororhy and irom from Msifti j time the faiaous was pubiid any the preftnt ctxnvifan of the fir the county of and the truth of which he vouches few days ago a maflcr nafou went to Juihc of no miles rrom for a warrant in rder to a for leavinghis undone tae footman a lad about eighteen csnie to the ani afkei Lira if he war ted a and what The tradcfean told The foctmnn ai air of great irn 1 know not if grant a for The tradeiman intro dacecl to his who lilAwite told him thsthe did not grant warrants for fach trifles 5 nor did he know for The trade fin an then hiiri an Ait of made in Qiieen Elizabeths read tho clufe to him as he feared the not read it His then at the A1 if he read it and then cr d footman to fill up the the fjjrinan aid hcfigned The tradtfrnan after took fcllDw Sir John Fiiidingj vvlio Eximl cf a lit i L rfrom in the of rb two cr hid iuour by the bridge givirg two yovinsj to ri in rhs neigh fVoin in aad had hero abriit a and we are told thit they to have filtered into the matrimonial the The fact is a As andlady were over tiic ho flipped off the pkink nd acrofs tht and a both ieU vd in rive the rjc great diukxikyj aiul cf Our from A large Joha Tn his lioufe in JainesFritchajdj for eminent rrialter At at Hac Frim We L OR D C N fiPs A G fc Fk E S of v C 0 i TtftKi Auetft to By die stiuaard There a who incjle perfon to keep more than five livrei by nirn in fpecie at one A letter from daiei Jntie At moetingof Arriericaii Society ji this wers exhibited fevra fpi ncn of flint vizd wine beer insnufictiiixd by Henry liarn ofLancafter wiiich was equal in beauty and quality to the generality of tilnt imported from England and the inge nious uiiic ipiriunl manutifturfr the parti cular encouragement of his Banks is to have two fhips topurfue his difcovcrics in flic Soutii amd vviii fail opon his fecoiiii voyage ntxt We hear Alderman is at length pro vided with ucceiTaty requisites for irnor tant ofiice to which he was eleclcd bheriii Baker huviriggivin him the in wliich he him lelf ferved the laft and Crofby having lent him the two of hio longtaileJ On Friday lalt failed from Porrfiuouth the Trident man of war under the command of RearAdmiral Sir Peter for the The Friends London to is on hs ccwft of The Dutch dogger that was loit OH the Goodwin hll proves to be the laden with wine and bound to tenbourg from Bourdeaux feral and the with two peri The from is ar rived in trte rivsr with rive On Saturday the from Bombay the and the from anived at moDrings iuthe A corrf fpondent that the wages of work ing nor tiie outcries againtt have not riien in proportion to the increase of prices of and otlier isecetraries of Hume that in the reijn of Henry the of a ic wer teaponce a Sir William Petty men tions the of an hufbaiidman to be about four liillings which was eightpence a day thofe of working tradefmen in which order we nvufl inciide manofacl srtrs to be tivo and lialf cnsvn a in the of Charles the in which he lands were worth but iwenty Lccice that the of now out in a you ot tiircc wonders o but th oi the fir it the coriid have d a Mccrcs con of coals fria a to Loid in horle wiUi he cf this cart K in WJLI nine feet us the cqnunontovru by hich ritrins it lailes any narrow whect unorhrr upon principle On FiJay a rirl of years c a in fell out oj and was killed on A few Uiys ago a wen to tire CJloberthverii in ordsiinga dinner thown intoa little roomnext the Alccr he had Jic got out at the and carried afilver a large ftlver and afiiver nep Friday night he went a fc in which biongs to the pfficn who keeps the abo e tavern j the waiter tciu voung that according to the an adver He Jed in his defence he hi brother rhe day the thingswere Soleftj his bjro tlisr was lent for from afked the he denied fccjnghihion thut prniany days on the being coinniiited in ths he was fent to a Magiltrate there for further On Thurlouy night laft fonje villains found means to break into tlsc hcufe oi mathematical inflrumentmaker io Cathuints near the and curried away a eonlidcrabie of ami among other thiflgs a Had leys Oa ThvirWay night fome viilauis attempted to break into a at Ifliiigton but thi fcholars being they decamped without any Tvso were capitdly convicted lnft feOion at the Old Bailey for robbing the fame fchool cf a quantity of But afterwards received his Ma Chirles Efq of Porc to Mifs Elirabcth of Welbeck At ia of the to Jvii s of l gau in to nine the of ani Q r at i A H i V twcerV A VO nnir th PoSiic cajfsd ujjon hus fnr many hion arx That itui laid road by teiijg aad LRCADI the arxi i iU to i all fcrts Coinnnfioner of ih by the ric LG H tc itj N OTIC u hereby THAT u ofth Kcrcn anil Cay f n otiUaljiiC fai Wrtl he ar Kiii in in rie jlt of on ii ot in order to confirer of appiic n ro for slie fact arri v g THE tor Repairing the Rosd from Maidftone io Seing theTruttees ol the to Pariismc I for a and thifik be picpr to ih powfrs of the to tic Foofs to Lee defire the GcntlLnicii irj to meet them at the TigcfsHcad on the igth af ri o th ckcK in to tikt tho nin By t rder of tlc iu be O I i ry A U LlJ O On te jilh diyol Septiiher at ie Old in in ihe cjunry of Liner f between the urs cf three and ix ocictk in the aftc to iu h of falc as liilJ be there and then Complete FARM at Louth afortfaid ol i itood all other aeitfTary together wfth zSo aiablt and pafture aJl in a rinJen j If fold by before the dayof faJej o will he given hi A I or particulars inquire 6f Philips Eff it and ol George of i or of tie john ol aidwho will fliew tfts
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