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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 31, 1771, London, Middlesex L N D p j Price Twopeace From AUGUST to T U E S D A SEPTEMBER Sold by at in where Advertifcmencs and Letters of THIS are defined to Articles of aod Letters from are alfo received by at the MURR in Fleetftreet at the Cprner of Strand ihf bottom of Martins the Corner of Chariagcrofs j in New and NO WHERE are taken in and where jhofe who cfaufe be regularly ferved with 1 SEPTEMBER From the LONDON AUGUST IS Majefty was gracioufty in the month ef I aft to that the Enfigus of the moft Military Order of the Bath ftiould be fent to the for the invefti ture of Eyre MajorGenera in theEatl by oneof the Princes of that conntry the fame were accord ingly fent by Commander of his Mft jeftys hip the Dolphin hut as Coote feteut from on his return to before the arrival of the the ceremony vras not per formed till vhen his Majeny was gra cioufly pleafed toinveft Coote with the of the Cud in the ufual ceremony was performed after the Levee in iiaMajeftys Augtifi The King has been pksfed to direS letterspatent to be parted under the Great Seal of for granting to Robert the Deanryof the cathedral of alias in the dioefe of Kilimic or Clonfert and in void by the death of William late Dean Since our arrived the Mail from The lait accounts From Polan that the Emprefs of Ruflia has fent a courier to to notify to his Fruflian that flie has rejected feven of the preliminary articles which by the and that flie will riot agree to any ceflatien of arms during the S C O T L A N Aitgufi A cbrrefpondent from Kirk caldie acquaints that yefterday the as the people were digging for they were very agreeably furprized to find crown pieces and hillings among the land they traced all the way frotrTtbe h f t it ro thewftend of the whicV H tnr money was found the low water s picked up eight or tea or three halfcrowns the value found tli wbaic s ten pounds the money was much rlifco lourcJ they ftiil continue tc dig and Kiareh in hopes of further Some people imagin ikrc mud have been a bag of monsy Kit tuat that fome hipY anchor had goc hcid dragged it along where the Liver icii oi W S H I f N Wind bounr failed this morning C the for Coiu a A by the and from Stttrin from Antigua and fronj Guernfey from Kitts from AnifteKhm fromGrrniii gerij from from the Grenades and from the following from at Gristiscfrt at from it from at from at from ar from at Betty and from ar a from at frotn at from at Amiahle from at Bour On Saturday a meffenger was fent with fome dif to Lord North at Dillington in On Frkiayone confined in Kendinp jail on the information of fent a to a great perfbn in the defying i it is to bring him to juftke and he tloes not in the leaft deny his concerned in fire to Portfmouth but that he it through want of bread and thit pcrfuns were con cernedin whofe influence be fuificient to are vent any The abjve Britain apparsto h a very fenrihe and a runny years a drn goon in his Mieilys ad lately we aie informed an but Sy vrvus of fortune was reduced f low tat he was for want of the common necsllarii of when he was hired to cnnmifthe atrocious crime He is vifited by great numbers of ami la dies in the prifon he Ins been prnmiil any money he wants on of his nil inviolable which he Hs ns write fa two noble in a copy ofne of which follows I have you the true copy if a letter I fsnt to liy yefterdays I hopevou bsve enough to publifii and thpn the world will feewhat a wretched ftt of men comjoies pre they dare not me to I know too much of their I have vhued Ae Earl of about ten day in as harp a letter as All the anfwer I received an either of theirs or offering to bail meput of provided I wouldquit the go to Publifu the letter and fign Britain at J your humble B R 1 T A I of a leifer fent to dated Augkfl 1771 My I am not furprifed that you ftioyld do all lies in your pswer to in the late fire Portfrnouth In all the honour the Britilh nation is realty we s tee L cl s name prefixed the contrary we muft the when the affair will Lordfliips rct j whereinwHl proved your receiving large luins of money at different times for your fecret you what credit can be given o of a who would be fuch a traitor to his King and country But my your crimes are rrtore heinous than What money I received was a bare You i vny to indulge I in a mean a menial fervant my in a high intriifted witli the rights and privilegea of the people of my I have another advantage over I nm the 3 O j psnitent while you continue the Inrderied ifee not let the above difplfafe your Lord as I fend it to give you an opportunity to vin dicate your and bring the peoph concerned in afFair Portfmourh fire to a which I believe your Lordthip dare not If my evidence is not fufticitnt tr prove all the cinrges I have I will fuffer the ny you mult not alter the law of the land tiofe trick niuil be left Your moft obedient humble Mnnv of liave feen the original of wiili the above are copies wherein the of the perfons to they are feddrtfled rrtii at full who voluntarily fiurendered hirrifelf k per of we by of the Right the Lord at a choUL o ofite the faid and will mortly by the Secretary of and wfterthat j a letter from in New June from Swnhzey in Rhode that an inhabitant of that has j cliicovered a method of finding the which mes M you had niet put your name down at rupees his accord and as this is the only article when I disapprove of in the arrange I it increaltd or fo feparated that I can make of In my I have every reafortobe doubt not butboth oar will be effectually let friends at hone do wliat tiiey Thirtytwo tlreafand maimdsof I by this reached on our common Account j they will ftand us in about rupees i 14 annas per included fo that I ap prehend a coviderablc advantage may he especially if yorpufh the whole at even a much lower rate than the roarketprk e with The maunds I will en deavour to fell here hereabouts by and doubt not 3 good I believewefliall get ail cur fettled at lift to our hearts con tent sit though great dif appointments have taken and I have not been able to raife a farthing here till within a few To tell you the your I declare before had taken fo effectual paius to put niealmofton a level with that I found it neceffary to hew what I was before I made any attempts to My plan find will though 11 tt5 you the truth ths poor carcafe meaning the Company fo andmoney is to that even a Chief of Coflimbazar thinks hirnfelf obliged to ths Juggut Seats I am fummoned to in about a month you will frailly The great man Itavs otheryerr is really very glad loon fill believe ever ROBERT MAUD ISO Tht meaning a late durbar ident embarked on Sunday after in he midll of his fecured leave to receive a or in jewels from Mamnui Reza for hfs good and which I as allowed by the others as a precedent for thein In confeqtlcnce of the the Court of Di of the EaftTndia from ths im jortaiit matter contained in the faid requeit he favour of the perfon who conveyed the faid in iinded on fo pViin and eafy it s V communicate tiie knowledge of it to any i J Saiah for in a very hort Lxirafl of a litter from in dated February Since my lafc an event bv we are likely to have sjeat of the private of Lord dives diiliittrefted tie5V Committee The lite Robert Maddifon fuperintenued the private Pwfian cor refpondence of our late and was on the fame account ilationed at the reficSency or tinder our reficient Maddifons and that of his friend John a free merchant of this fnits have been commenced in our Mayor Court by the adminif trators of one the deceafed gentleman againft the admiivftrators of the upon the rubjecl of their refpecrive hares of thofe emoluments and the letters which pafid between them on the fuhjcft are brought and proved in the Court as exhibits in the There is a whole ftring of thcfe is as they areentered upon I will fend to and deiireyou will make them as public as for that I feud you by which it will appear Mad difous fhaix1 being only amounting to rupees per annum that the whole amount of the emolument was rupees per a luin ftmngely reduced fince Sykcs left tiie If the Sujiervifors had and been in enrnefl in their I think vniirjht with eafehave at leaft two millions un lawfully pocketed by thofc Refnrmers within tiie fpace four Such a would have been of no fervice to the unefs a method could have been found out of obliging the plunderers to jj Tc John My dear I received your frieidiy 1 rrr four and only waited becaufe and at tendance to meet him prevented me from fettling ibnie neceffary point with He had in Calcutta acquiefced in a propofiil of of di viding the emoluments of the wccoidirfg to and accordingly this delivered me an eitimate of rupees per annum for my exciuiive of all and exclufive of TaU The article lie is determined not to meddle in himblf and he tf itbetter for the Companys fervants nut to metUfe in t directly at prefent he on Tny urging my defire of ysAir being and tic great diiuppoint which has liace Orders are Had po be iitued out for addng a com pany to each regiments the A gentleman wiire from that on Satur day of Augiul he liw a with fc telligence to the and according to his alle veration is totJlv imknown to to give th Se cretary of the Company au opportunity converahg with him upon the fubiecl matter of ths wliich it is hoped will not be objected to for the fake of the Company dnd This requett of the Court of Directors inth oc cailoned the following To Efq Secretary at the I am the perfon who furnifiied the in and in the paper of obitrve tle lcfire you exprefs of having au epportunicy of cuu me upon the Tiie there faid to hrve been filed and proved in the Mayors Court of you raay depend is geuuine there arejnany peoj le in this who know it to be fuch But I mall in genuoufiy tell 1 hive three ohjcclious to meet ing I would not for the world have it fufpe5kd by whom the intelligence was to as the I know wotild be the gentlemans difmiiTion from the Com panys I am too well acquainted with the Rate ofthe Company and the dii pofitirin of tlicir to fufpect that the prsfent Directors would ever promote a real and ferious en quiry irito the fecret emoluments of Lord his Select who are fo eafily ad mitted as members amongft after ruining the once flourilliing country of And I am terribly afraid the valiant Antient who appeared in lalt ThuriUays wants to kill me before I have an opportunity of hying the other exhibits betore the impartial which Ipropofe as iconas Your honourable mafurs have it eafily in their power to dsteot the frauds my intelligence hinted were they feriouflv inclined to do but thofe and others of a mor ferious nature are reserved for the Bntiih wlien the enects of the are fo felt by the natives oie the defrauded Pro and this deluded as to make them no longer For the of I hope that day is not far when Iwillwith great make myfeif known to you and Piflol at bar of the Iloule of I your humble It isfaid a Committee will be in a to fit weekly at in order to e the prices of Mnjor General Mack Colonel of the 21 ft regi ment of is Governor of A n officer of w V ha Xdcly lou conluierable nmu at is We thafLady foon after the departure of ihe a very letter to a great boiirdji go p league that lo inltontaneous that all human afTubnce was in Liverpool to is loft en the coaft nine llaves were of Liverpool wasdrivch oTthe windward auj is at Barbadocs with thelofsof hr cables j flie on board 57 The chapel ar he Afylum morning uncommonly from the having mentioned his intention preaching a Icrinon upon which he determined on in con jueuce of haying recejved a letter from a perfon greatly troubled in who was refolved to dcitroy hinir felf cr as mentioned in our paper of Satur He took his text from Plis difcoune was ud pathetic there was great reafon to conjeciure thfi unhappy perfon hi in felf hs mw lennon fecmedparticularly and feveral times burft into E irly on Friday morningaman was foun i in Old dead and Half fuppofed to have periit througi William Efq to be Captaiw of acomphny in the firft battalion of in tbe room of VV illiam to be a Captain Lieutenant in the above room of Wiiliahl Edwrul to ccrn hi the at Dept ford and to be Lieutenant of the o the to the of the EVard Efq of Crip to of Mary of Great Queen to Mifs of Dukcir Grovcnor of to Mils of in toMiis of Efq FortMajor cf Plymouth At his hcuie in Mn formerly a WellIndia U of this At Richmond in SwiUcl and ibninlow of 3n At his feat at William At his at in Petty At Knightfbri George zift ieginifttfrof daughter At after a long aged At his houfe in James B A N R U P T V Jon 9 Hamm rfnil to the th i u in t s the 4th tzh ot ten in he t Guild Vv n the JunatKin m w or lae il and lactr toiurfenJer joih iniVanli at toufV4i the aft rnoon in at Vv illiitn of IB cAren to furrenJrr the 2 ift ano 1 th ot at ten in the at Garden or at William rf DuJvurti in mercer and draper CD rcn the ytb and av ten in and ith of t fuir ia the at Mr in Next iuil be THE GARDENER moatlily di for all ths to be done ethsr in the Pit a are as likevife in the GrcenhouiViftKfSrcrvsj vvitli the 5f the to the heft prartics the niolt eminent Gardeners an Divine full ancl arapls iailrucliins lor forcing Necf irine in a new never be fore Ifjuiiriitsd with many neaiy cf entire new Plans for and for o it and Pleafuie to the rhvern To the whoie is nfHtd a CaraioKue if Kitchngardfn Piints tfid wili the parts rmde ufe of in cotery Trees cf the beft Bulbousrooted Att and Perennial Herbaceous Floweriiariti Hevbs for and Medcin Foreil Flower ing and with great variety ot Curious Green houfe and Stove s a rnuch com plete lilt publiChtd in works of fhis SeiedleJ from the Diarv Manufciioti ofthe late H FbrmJrly to Lord Rohir ar in anu to Lord Robert at Chille in and vcrv wuh manjr by Laie Gardener to ths Harl of Thi is thi only bock of the kind contains for and Jeiijns Icr o botii for plsalure nnrl for and Robinfon and in and Yvrkre may be in one large oil with price bound The Euttia of HlTTs TREATISE on FR and very much improved At the may be by the fame Au h wic A riRCAT15E of HUSBANDRY on the Improveme QI Bjiien Pati
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