General Evening Post, August 29, 1771

General Evening Post

August 29, 1771

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Issue date: Thursday, August 29, 1771

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Years available: 1748 - 1790

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 29, 1771, London, Middlesex r Price Twopence L O N D Q j SoW by in Paternofterrow where Advertifentenw aad d Articles of jadXetters from are alfo by in Fleetftteet at the Corner in i From AUGUST to S A T U R D A Y AUGUST 5910 CD ind where laofe who caufe to regularly ferved whh rf ita t w in at the Corner the Strand 1 the Corner of in New AUGUST J O R EION AUGUST E have here fome copies oF the the Porte has latelyordered to be to the reports that of her intention to abandon the interefts fchfe General aad the cSrc ef the affairs This raanifefto concludes eyer and and thanks be to far remote From all perfidioufnefs and unjuft good jeafon to be aftonilhed at that which deceive any who are not blinded by their Nevertbrieft fmce it is becomeneceflaiy to Blake known that are the of her benevolence and hu manity that he will and with all the power the Moft ifigh en trufted her with 5 and that thofe who fuf to btfliakenor mtiniidated 1y ma Jignaat the to relyon the favouiand clemency who is the fbadow of God on wdwhefe benevolent jfentiments towards the Republifk ajid flutt be equally unalterable in tfce SuWipw thought it to explain herfeffoa the matter by tliis C U N T R Y M Augttfl The great attended with ftrong northerly Which Friday all day on and part of Sunday have done incredible damage to tlie hop praa fations in all parts of Kent and it is if the ftorm was general threugn the not a fifth part of the finall enfuing rropis deftroyed tberb has not been filch a fatal deffrtuStioa fixxce the year Early laft Friday morning a farrier banging to the of dragoons quartered in thw part of vrhojfe horfes areat grols in parifliof Nicho at in the Hie of was taken up the at that juft as he was He had been drinkingto etcefs at tie lickhcmib late in the chiefly of Jiqaorsj which was the caufe of his Augitft At the general quarterfeiHbns forthe held at the order of laft Pontefraft with refpeft to an intended application to Parli for amending the prefent narrow woollen was taken into aad the Court concurred with the Court at that rhecUufe in the laid aft againft ovejilretching like wife the claufe to prevent theobliteration or altera tion cf are and that an application to Parliament would be proper to have the faipe amended j and that the farther conllderation of this fhould be adjourned to Leeds i ffLtA Friday a who calls hi in itlf in with two who called thcmfelvcs Johrifonand betted with a gentleriian dig ftand on race The gerifleman afterwards depofited his mpney at the club and on Siturclay they beingcalled at the grand ftand todepofa their morffey or ffrebet would be lifeeTof them appeared but at laft the perfon wJib himfelf Marrtn upon wai Foahd not ta his name was riot behig able to make his bet he was taken out By fome who gave him the difcipliiie of the pump for a confider able timfi and thrn let hjtn Wa hea there are of whS went about making bets ujidcrftigned Aftw days a cWtd about three years of was fittotneicd near by a perfon feiitting up a turnop bed wherein it was laid lP N W fiiled Tor the the irum Ad Mafriajd fram Virginia j and Qriijgj from down and remain the for Oporw j and for London Bur fronj Oflendj and from frotaStettin Two and Three Greningen and iondon from ALjS Allowing at from at at frorn at from at the frojn aj at I from at from at L O N O night the Right Earl of Majeftys Ambaflador at the Court of i in town from yertettby at the Court at after with the fy tlie Prince of Hojftein who Has fome time on his leave of and in a few days will return The fanie day the Lord ChanceUos arrived in town frorri Fairyhill in and Went to The Spanifh itis has lately advanced the French monarch a very considerable loan at inter on a refh contiatt entered by thetwo ExtraS of a froth Oflevfa Aitgtf I am forry to DC under the jafoming that this morning in tjbe Prince Frederick with hie mail from London Of the aoth iir entering this wu violenceof driveii oil the piles atthe mouth of this ind the entirely wrecked j but the and witji a Ciseole wonjan and cl with great The mall floatedout ot aad was taken up in the harbour by a jnan fwirnihing after it and the letters are now aaid will be I To the Agent at Letters from of the who is arrived at the Grenades from with 300 that he loft on his paflage 50 thai thofe left lud laid apian tn murdeihim and the crew two days before they failed from and to run the ihip on j but rhat the plot was happily difco vered by one of tbe Englifh and The from is arrived in the but has no A fliip arrived Daviss traits this fcafon brings that ihe iailed fo far up to the Pole that the magnetic compafs lud no p and that flie than came into an opea broad calm where there was not tha leaft appearance of ice or We hear thata treaty of marriage is on and will fhortly be between Lord Montfort and Mifs filter to the Member for Not Jong fince a linendraper in and one of the principal members of the prefeat Society who ftyle themfelves Supporters of the Bill of having received fome money for that gave one hundred pounds of it to At tlie meeting of ibat rerpedlable he informed them of what he had and defired they would confirm it excufing hiitjfdf for having given Wilkes the money without any by afluringthem Jhat it was a cafe of abfolute necef fity if he had not furnifhed him with the their illulbious patiiot would haveieen in Mi Cna fuccefs in the above bufmefs lias Cauled him to be trufted with a frefh He is now carrying about a paper for the Supporters to by which they are to make themfelves an fweiable to pay to Bull one bundrfd and fcventy pounds for ns his ftiure of the ex pences of the Lite election for This attempt meets with great many of the Supporters who have been applied to having refufed to fign the A new chariot is nearly finiflied at in Little Lincolnsinn for which is eftcemed by the belt judges a moft elegant The extremely applicable to the prefehr is taken from one of the moft and at the fame time the moft lively that any has As all political evils de4 rive their original from thole never beref moved until thefs be who ftrierly adlieresto virtue and fbbriety in his condufti them by his does more real fisviceto a dilplaces a minifter or dethrones a This gives but a tcmporaiy re but that exterminates caufe of No mortal man be patriot and all thofe who profeis outrageous zeal for the li berty and of their and at the fame time infringe her affront her and debauch her but despicable by fcaud or igaorance increafing the evils they pretend frqrq Eflex and Hertfordfliire toat tie crqps of corn ia tiiofe counties are verygoodj andihat fhe kte rains have nptvdbnd any damage fj Friday laft two at a coffeehoule at tlie of the betted oae hundred onthe beauty of two which to be by the and if they refwfe aiding the whole money js to be fpent a The iugpefs which the late Gibfon had m his ftews of what eftimmion a good private is to a piayer for though never poflefled of any confiderabletheatrical from the in with a coairacWaaentiorrto the duties of his he was edabled to do many afts of to the defcrvmg part of his leave behind him a fortune above ten thousand He retained hisrfenfes to the and a few before his death declared helirtfe haftehtdf out of this wprid from the repeated vexations gifeh him by a jirtn ctpal performer whom he engaged for the We hear that the Chaplain of he Afytarh has re ceived a dcfiring the prayers of himfelf and his congregation for an unhappy periba under dreadful temptation of eommittihg ehher foicidejbV an adofmurderonartothrr arid Citingart1 earneft 0Kim pireslch tilt ft couhtry Blind ahd laid a coniplahit before theKight the Lord of ftcorapiication of injuries and mal treatment he received at an mh in the from the his and a rabbk of He was upwirds of two hours m relating his which his heard with tftSe uWoft candour and atteri One particular grievance he ined of that by tblj grofs ilUufagehe 16ft his who read liim and got him a this fcis recomitiended his getting a man to read But the ad bered to a female A ftanderby with and enforced it wth that ftrength of and force of a farprized his ajid fluwed his mental fa cilties to be Wednefday laorhing a great mob was atiout the door of the Reverend in which from its numbers feemed to niife fomethijig but ended comically Six beadles with their cloaks and ftaves had been waiting therefeveral and curiofity had called together a vaff crowd of who were very cujioufly the matter the informed by tke that the Reverend Rector was going into Yorkfhire for a few and had therefore order ed all the beadles of the parifh to attend in their for malities from his door tohh carriage and that was all people defpi the vanity of the waited his in order to his pro ceflion acrofs the and when he catered his took their leave of him with a loudfhout of On Wednefday Lift a pefibn brought a peHtibn to the juftices at their Rotationoffice in fisjaed by feveral reputable on behalf of a poor unbappy whofe name is Stephen condemned the laft fefiionson fufpicion of being concerned with the gang of in breaking open the boardingfchool at From many which came out before and fmce the there is thegreateft reafbn to think the man innocent of the crime with which he was Sir John Fielding suid the reft of the before whom he was firft from a thorough con in their own minds of the unhappy fellows bad llocs drawn up and annexed to the to which they fubrcribed their was then ordered to be lent to the Earl of Roch praying his Lordfiiip to intercede for a a free A few days ago a poor woman died in Martins who had been afflicted near three years with a violent pain attended with a coaliderable fwelling the which had baffled the arts of the furgeons and phyficians ia inoft of the hofpitals in this On her being opened after her a ciit or bag was found attached to her which contained ns many bladders fill d with tranfparent water as would have filled a gallon The bladders of different fizes a few were as big as a common fhufFbox moft of them wepe as large as marbles ibme had two kins all of them were and iailmaker at jpolijSig rfbwn the Cdeof a fell iato the rivet and was On Wednefday a warrant of detainer was lodged at Newgate agayift Sulannah Blaxtoa vho Mon day was with another woman committed to Newgate on fuipicion charging her on the Coroners tion with the wilful murder of by on the head with a of which he langUiuied from the jth inftaiit to the and then Laft night a tradesman in from was attacked in the fecond fifiid from by two men ia foldiera f fuppofed to who robbed hiaiqf a with fome filyer tliey hM large but did not with any cruelty to the perfbn tbey Oil ISunday laft her Grace the Huchefs of Jfprtland waj fafely delivered of a at his Graces hottfc in laft the newborn daughter oif Lord Brownlow Bertie was baptized at in by thrnanaes of HROMQTIIJDO TJiojpas to be Captain company in the iotb regiment of intne room of1 James Efq In the royal rejiment Captain Lieutenant George tp the Firft Francis Ddwn to be ia theroom of George Second Lieutenant George in the room of Frapcis JorulCocfc burn rtnd Frederick to Secottdi Lower to tyitir datigfi fer of Johm iaf to Mi s of Hoi At Newtojij to The newborn iteugbter if At Lanej 4tb father At At Hsiift of in OSifpN phyficijii fminent packer k had InAl to Bfe LM f And entered upon atJvlichaeimas Sittwe in B 46 mitei from Being and Southampton A Veiy modethbiinfj H O y S E confiftiflg of foui and convenient very jobd and girreti doubi tabling Tor five a garden walled iii and a rf inuig j tH occupation of v Inquire of Attorney at in fiafinj for further It is a country for and there are two packs ot the To be SOLD by On Wednefday iSth day of September at this Old sHea4 in in ihe of between the fiouvs of ihree wd fix oclock in the fubjeft joii h conditions of fale as Ihail be there and then A near XX Louth aforefaid confifting of a good and all gther neccJary together with lie acres of and pafture alt in a ring If ibid by private covttrad before die day of notice will be given in ihe publis For further particulars inquire of Philips Efj in Lincoln j and of George of i of he fohn of Walmf afore the To the Proprietors of Eng and to every concerned in the Letting or Valjjinj of pattknSarfy to atfo Farmer and petfcns in Dividfiig and Valwng Comrriori FieW This Day fit Dedicated to his Grace the rjuke of LtinfterY TABLES for the eafy VALtTING of from one ftiiJJing pounds jper acre alfo of an from thxec roods to one By BERNARD Land and Valuer of Eilatet Printed fcr in the Strand ahd fold by all the principal BookfaUars in town and LADY A G A 2 I THE GENUINE Nixt MetfJaj vaill be Brice ro be continued EmbelHflved with two of tlws neweft and moft elegant patterns for gentlemens vufTks a moft beautiful and frontifpiecs a fine hjftory caHed the Refcue and a new fong fet to fljufic by Hudfort N VW BE R XIII for A C V of Iftg MAGAZINE i taining far the Appropfjjsted t6 their ufe and This Dumber A fenumental joOrney through bj a The A femaie a Portueuefe Reflections on modernniar Memoirs of young laly qf The the agweahk woman MHchref of the coflvsrfttian of parents tfaeir Maxims 4 for the On t great and of tbe fiJr fex Tboug fijr Virefli rrfaking wore confpicuovis Thonghts on brog tses trors An old ba colors The Zami i and 1 Foreign Paternofter or the firft price 7 TO RLl N Original B A L SAM MAftTHA Widow of WIJXIAAf WR A V late and Partner of ROBERT and MARY and now Sacccfibn the faid Robert Patentee of thajt moft excellent TUR LINOTPNI ongioai of inform and the jublc in earrron the at st in nearrjte all mvy be ef having the OKI G I MA V and GENUINE BALSAM heretolort s together with trie faid Turlington and have bid the preparipgjof the fame for fcveral years baft j nor are there any oilier iherewith j tmreftie UMB public are cartful Chat itJiey have the True Martha Wray and without which afllired they kre notfertoM Whereort pertorw btre pis that upon of fully riecoine poffcfled cf the forVnatorij jJ ot Lift j it rfe irtforrrt ihe that the faid tctinrpttfefl win 5 therefore frSfer I not the genuine aad rf rf ;