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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 27, 1771, London, Middlesex Q Price Twopence AUGUST to At GUST by E LAD it in Paternofterrow where Advertifements and Letters of are taken and where chofe who ciiufe to be regularly icrvcd with Thts are Articles of and Letters from are a Ho by RICHARDSON and st the oppofue in Fleftilreet at the Corner of the Stnnfd Dixsv the of Ourirtgcrofs j A the Corner of CharingCrafs in New Bundflreet and NO WHERE AUGUST From tit AUGUST begin again to be nppre i O inp out The letter5 from the parts which were lately infefted mention po fitively its beingin the Ruf Ukrain j and in fame villages in Volhyuia fome have died with ffrnptoms which that We ace thai the proprietors or Directors ofthe villages immediately ufed the neceffiry precautions to prevent be the it Augujl Advices have been recrived hwe from different parts of that the has broken out not only in the Turkifli likewife in the province of This unexpected melancholy news has thrown the otherwife diftrefled inhabitants of Poland into the greateft Augujt In the night between the indisth his Pruffian Majefty fet out from his palace of Sans near for in otfier to review the in that accordingto the annual Aupijl Laft Wednefday the hip Neal failed from this with a fair frr the ifland of with a number of going thitheron the encouragement given them by LientenantGo vernor on his lands in thatiilan The of the mbftly was remarkably decent and and they em barked in high fpirits and great hopesare con from of fettling fo and convenient a part bis Majcftys late acquired Thurfday the remains of the Jate SirFrancji Blake Pelaval were brought and lay in ftate at The pall was fure ported by the Right Lord Sir Walter and Sir Thcinas Ralph of George of Ba John of and of Augufl Befides the college which the Countefs ofHuntingdon has tftabliflied in this part of the her Ladyfhip built a tabernacle and another at Augufl Letters received here from the that the Venus and Alarm were lad Thurfdy lying in We have bad weather for the harveft having had almoft inceiTant rain fince Friday Great part of the com it is will be S H J P N E W Wind Arrived and fnileii for the river the Zachery from No hip in the PaflctJ by Bovn from Riga and Charnunc from Amficrdam from Narva and from ARRIVALS at the following from is arrived at from at Merchant from at Maryland from at Roiirdeairc Bible1 at Three from at Three from at Planters from at from at Countefj of from from at from at from at from Dtn from at from at On Mondav a faid to be of furrenilered himfelf into the cuftody of the Keeper of as being wich in fctting the of Portsmouth on tire fome time ago he was the fame evening privately exarcined LordM and ordered back for another examination but about fix oclock yefterday erening he feitt ii note to his Lard defiring to be cxcufed appearing before him again till this which was Friday laft an old and a girl from Liver pcol were examined at the Secjetary of office in by Sir John irid tae Earls of Kochford aud touching th great One of the Kinds we are wjth proper is gone into in qweft of lonie and anotlier is dif patchej into the Weft and there is great reason to that fome rjf tlft concerned in dreadful fire at Panimouth are of the former proper means are talcing tt put the I Navy on a jerpeaable foot a from tkf Augujt According to the laft advices from a mifuuderflandinj hath arifen between the King the Senators of reftorinothe O O of the which were removed during the rjme that the lat Dletuas churning their former Trie King told that he could not acquiefce in their claims without leSening the refjfcrSdue to the memary of bis father and tohis own unlefs they re they had imxle ufe Upon their refufing to do die King lent for the and ordered them tHdl the Senators in his That being bora a he knew pcr fecTly well extent of which he would never permit them to make ari ill ufe but was abfolutely determined to proceed in thing agreeable to the laws and conftitution of the This which was mude by his Majeiry with being fisrniried to the daggered them fo that they are at a lofs Ivow to o as to reconcile themfcivss to his Majeftys good The State of Zeland have fet on foot a lottery for the prizes of which are to bear four per How fir the credit of the Zelanders will enable them to nuney upon this footing feerru to be a matter of The herring been more fuccefiful this feaibii if has aunoft ever been Four hcrrmers are for a The Porte has publifhad a manifefto in contrary that the Grand Seignor abandoned the General Advices are received of a dngerous infurrecUon at and that a great body of troops have been lent Spain to quell many of whotri are of the firft It is faid that there isfuch a fcarcity of rirovifions in the interior parts of ttoar it is computed that in the circle of the Lower Rhine above 5000 perfons haveperilhed for want of His Majeiiys fhip the of and the Favourite loop of 1ailtd from on Friday hit for from Auguft s5 rhe from Ainllrrdrim to dr3ve on ihoreon the matter and crew were laved by the Deil bat the vcflel and cargo are entirely The from is loft at about fix miles trcwi from Jamaica to Lorrforifis condemned at Virginia the is to be ihipped in the The Korthingtou EaitIndiaman hteiy arrived in the the Mit tjairg into all The Trip brings that the Duke of Portland and True Briton are expected home in Oclober in England great numbers uf the in habitants cannnt the necefiVj ot To ivhicti of thefe two th haunce of true anu propriety belorsg of Coven tearden had the a fowdays fincc to receive K blow upon the brought on a attended with fuch that there is littk probabiiity of nuifencei thit arite from building not to London the country pirtukes of It is furprifmg with what eagerncfs briek caith is fought after all the way up the river any money is oTered on account of the If they proceed with their rage of bricks sjid all the diliditfui vilkson the banks of the Thames will be encompaffed with It is owing to the wair of fuch materials tliat the buiJJngs in rofecuted that Durhamyard have not been pr vigour with which they Yeilerday morning one of the workmen employed at the India in Wnitc by fome accident feli from a door rive and ciicd On Saturday a man jumped off for wager of half a guinea he was to have to but being in liquor he ncvrr appeared It is thought he ftruck the and that this was the occauon of Lall week woman genteelly dreffed found with her throat in a wood The Jury have brojht in their ver Vvilful Murder by Yeltcrday the porter to a grocer in LeadenhaU with robbing his m and a woman for iTceiving the fame to have been were examined before thr when the nun was committed to the aui the woman to to the iztjiof Sept ar in tiic Mid 8th at at fiv in the at in Atrnc appolrutd for making Eate the Dividends ot lac of i merchaiij the djy of line ira the she fign of in William uf u of in tiie tbj at at at the Cjji of the Cr iii EdtfMro of in tfei county cf TTor ihe loth dy uf a t in tSc a tne of tbs 1 jn of CrrificAte to be to now late of in the of ct befre ihe iectemher TocS L D by AUC l N On ifch of ar ha JA in hc between ine liT in ftt u h uf iuio as be there thn Complete FARM at near A Co L ol a and all other y toother h zio of and ail in x if fold by tlieday cf notice will be Jivtn in cbe rs for tuniier re Df Philips Efq in Lircoin and cf of t ulbtck maf or of te John wo ti tiie feiiions at the two men were by Saundcrs jch and to Newgate n fuficijn iie of oKe lliiilinr nnd lixpencei on and two Co nmttjd h ot in thepaiih of Mi a Ibme orii the c is he An VENTURERS LOTTED hi KICvi Jtj Uft year acoealnt the that ihey of ihe ui he IATE4 iERV the njmbcrs ftucd a cnance ior oies n others In 10 cvn nj ruanjjs ne hfcli the tie iJrittim alsd with City he iftr ih berate tiia it Oul t capital prizes br in2 t is in me v th rc fifty ihe tae three tcr rij ui L iur O t by foTnSlvcrwrjrd Efq lait w tk on one i t i rt feel I oi five Itvcn ojr ton of ioc out af tratthe above acco nt rhnli it rffcetliry to inidrm th pb f Ui KS ofiice in MclIVi iii CH and C oj c flatler pair iJC the of one pair of filver of Sarah Smith OR oartb iicis or bnfv f ihe 01 ius knowing to be bafe urtcrrek Richard h of Hannah iiT pair cf the tijE cf if ialt their i I 1 on the c ihey in i f a at in mir tlic corner of Ojniult will be a toothers an i ic numbers in loiiiotTii tnc Sh frum a Half opp fite the to tlie and The EaitIudia fhipx juit arrived bring of jeph Iwr huibind Siirnn Soj that the Companys fhip the Mansfield toys at Beiii lomonsand Jacob on ondi of John ffal till next fordefrauding him of a of watches to the M where aii b riLtive 10 the lottery poiuids faHc and The JEixdcavonr nt is into of and Gordon is appointed to the S the of William hi command of Suiannah and for the vviifnl They write that an murder of John by ftriking liim a blow with gler was brought in there a feWdays ouibeard a otherwife mifuflag of which he of which were feveral cafks of fullers inhas Elizabeth tended for the woollen manufactory of Rouen in It is now confidently afferted thst the author of Junius is a Barrifler of the nearly allied to a certain nobie and that the manner of will fliortly be made A meeting of feveral gentlemen belongingto the Goldfmiths and Muficians companies washeld on Monday night at a tavern in the citVj to conliJer upon thci propriety of reqnefting the Lord to invite Mr Wilkes tothe entertainment this day at the when it was unauimoufiy minedin the Several men are now employed by the Board cf in grubbing up the tiees in the wildernefs in James Park the canals and bafon are all to be filled the therein to be taken the whole to be converted into a fpacious The purpofe of the Duke dArembergs vifit to England was of the nobleft of his vail territory in agriculture and the uftful This was the of the vifit he paid to Hill at where he faw exemplified in that gentlemans garden the vaft increaie of fhe Sicilian the and a number of other ufeful unknown in the farms of England or except in the particular places of their Of alt thefe plants his cepted feeds from and Flanders will IOUE fed the good efreCi of that There alfo the Duke faw the powers of the new which looks ss itwere into the of and by cutting off a flice of what pnrpofes they may be bed applied to in civilor naval architec or in the farmyard for and ether lefler Baron who attendedhis Serene Higlmefs in quality of was ciefsrous to know if fuch microfcope could beob but was concerned to hear that the ingenious in uifguftof fome unworthy had refolved to make in England all tlegrojes of mn are furnihel with the of intem Flower in is notes upon fijelitv and erv fceciis t i3l uf True EiTnial SALT of which is nothing more ihan the pjie i rf ills frcrn for purlojning and given her to ma the property of John Bmton Patrick for Iteulipg1 an iron pot and a brafs the propeity of Walden Yefteiday one Anden otherwife n no torious cherit aiid was committed taBridoj well by for defrauding one fallley out of a under pretence of letting him a publickboufe this tale trick has been ion prac rcndsr thtrn tiftd this therefore any other perfons who Soid whoieftle vv have been defrauded in like it ii take a vieiv of him in Cierkeaweh in order fo a feliovv to By a fpeciul xdward Efq to Mifs a young lady pulp is p fes i i exceJisnr an civss t and It ivjr the fruit it hein s nd h he at the are and ii t It ii for t Red ind aprl without cliiinj to i them to if is for all pur It ihs te fj Ti Li ff nn v o fo as to of confiderabie and daughter of Efqj of Great Marlborough Henry William Bunburj Efq to Mifs Catherine to Mifs daughter of James e h L n c n only Per in Cockf rurnr botton of rii LouJon fl rf by oppofie Inoia Uf to rer o Palis neir Tjrn iii Ncv tin b 1 B It 8 of At William At his houfe at of an apoplectic Wijliam engraver and in the At his iri Wootlftreetj lately arrived from The Robert at his living of Steple in At Top mailer of the Red Lion inn at At her at Alice a maiden nftny related to the late Lord Chief Jihiice Ac in Jervis a widow aget in J3iiriopfgate At William At aged in George of the of in fugarrefiner j to the 3th the of anj Sth of at ten in the fore jn ia Mi Jofeph of in th parift of John MiddWft and lighterman ie iOtb of S a five in O ii V i JiB T C s P A T E N virtues of tKis rniil fX iri serially j Hiumt L iti OVLI y hern fie tve or Is and and anJ its inti A U M By the i THE unequalled rtKdidnc lire fact well tf 01 lie Fatuity in in common riiiiion cr iJ intu thi of h povVjrj in reiloiir fiptic may eii for its in artif pirticu larly all atuok ihe ch and iiiiernc In arc iienc rilly Ironi the fme Vv iit rfie ricnct AC rliHt tiii ha nut is in all FtMALli or ai ra ive in general and a the ll cOiifequences tru ConfuioiJS To prtven th conltqiunces of a fpurio fort beiiig obirur t X the faottle are Bo one ci he and as will be This niolt Medicine by of the at tls for or io fcli In Pauls Church irr MS Strartdj R in i af Kichardfon UXcbinjC and facin Where nay In A Narrative of fome extraordinary and wrougit by ths Baurrjj
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