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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 3, 1771, London, Middlesex V j c 1 i v f i Pricfc TxJtaperice v From SEFTSMES D A J7v f Sold1 by in rfnd of whire to arid LtttettJ ere iJfo receive J by tejfietttrotti Wj at the Cornerof the Strand ScarfcftrtVthelwnoiri of the HCoriier of ChRYingcrpfa j W ia New feoihjftreej i ahd NO SEPTEMBER LONDON AUGUST J edkt was lately piibltfhed fop the better Of in Tufcanyj to which purpofe none But aiidper jbnsweUinftruCUd both iu the civil and criminal are to admitted m the The t rains taye done great the and what lias been ctt is almoft rotten ay the weather changed andf if it feolds dry For a few the harVeft will foon tie Twentyfix cargoes of ahd feven of have lately bten tfnpfoftaJ from the c o UN T R Y ti E w Saturday a grant fent from the General Poftoffice fora poft every day to wKieh wentonly three1 tiines ia the w Remains the S Hi P N Wind from Pafled by the Yaunjf fiQW pnoaiasw holm frofu Vineeats Nkolas and from Norway CJapp j Homanj and froto Got tenburgh from Meoiel j from Draro and from ARRIVALS the following Ports i fronr LIfcerty and from at laver from at from at from at CrowR at from at at Oporro fjom at from at ircm at Kihg from at from at Elizabeth ahd 1rofrt at ditto O DON Yefterday Tiis Royal Highnefs Duke of Cum berland arrived at his koufe in from pay irij vifit to his Grace the at Yefterday Earl Mafter t6 the spare grand her Kpyal and fevferal of the at his feat at NayeHock in prince Charles of Mccklenkurgh has the Piincefs Royal with as large as a common is fixed inthe gardens be longing to William at A fuie awning be built over it to preferve it from the Princefs Dowager with Tevjerat exotic plates foi her The PrihcefsDoUTigerof Wales hasbeen pkafed order all profecutions to be and no tlier rfotice taken of the unhappy man who deftroyed the in although her Royal Highnefs has declared he had rather have given a tnoufand pounds than have loft thofe ornaments to her Yeiterday the three French who have been here fome time ort their fet out from their houfe in PallMall on fHeir return ExtraSl of a Letter from Augufl his Royal Highnefs the Duke Of Cumberland arrived at Berwick upon in confequence of an invitation from the Mayor and Corporation of th t place t te was attended by their Graces the Duke and Duchefs of Earl Lord Algernon Sir John Hullby Del and feveral of the principal gendeiaen of the county of whofe equipages and cavalcade exteaded half a mile in length when his Royal Highnefs reached twentyone guns were and all the milifery hcmours due to his princely ftation were paid him entered the tewn amidft the general fhouts and acclamations of niaay thoufand people of aU Immediately his Royal Higkrtels got out of his the and BurgefTcs prefented lum a moft 4utifal in whiph they teftjned the they had of the honour he did tkeiu by his vifit they clacedifithe ftrongaft terms theif fervent loyalty te and affured words couli not ex prefs the pleafiire they oh fceilig among them a Prinf eof the Houfe of Hanover arid as a teftimosy of their Begged ius lisoyal acceptance of the freedom of the Hif RoyiflighhiBft made them a moft he rfetuniad them BH fmcere thankifcrthe whieh tbey feewed to tha for tteir ciyility After his Royal High rieft had been entertained at dinner and he weiitto a raygran given by tteDuke and whiclr near 300 ladies gertrferaen bid the hontmrof fupphlgwith where 040 diiheg wefe ferrerf Royal accompanied by John HuCey and his through Morpeth in his way to Seaton Delaval whil he was at the concourfe of pebble aad deraonjlrated the greateft nffeftion for his Royal liighnefs by continued Yefterday abtwat twooclock Highnefs by his the Duke of Earl Lord Algernon and Sir John HuCey Dlaval r his arrival w announced by the difchargc of 21 guns placed near Newgate by ringing of he went directly to where all the Aratesand Officers of theCorpo ation wfao Wttived wkh all poffible marks of affectien After wh chthe Freedom uf flic Corporation was presented tohis Royal Highnefs agold which he received in a moft polite expreJEughis ienleof thciraffeclion towards of their duty and loyalty to the The entertainrntnt given at lie nianiionhoufe to his Royal Highnefs u as tlie grandcll and moll furaptuous ever feea here ajid the nobility and that waited upon his Royal and diaed were very In the evening there was a grand at the given by the An unhappy accident happened juft as his Royal Highnefs entered this town The Mayor and Corporation of willing to hew every de monftration of joy at his Royal Highuelss had dirfcfted the fwivel guns of the town to whea one of the which was unfortunately f fuddenly burft and killed one John a onthe fpot 5 two otlier fallow much The town tin thisoccafion was exceedingly and the mob veiy at the gaolers houie as they previous to the firing the they were loaded with with an intent to deftroy fome The officer of the Lieutenant was immediatelylent to the hit with that of a had a very happy dTeft j they foon quieted the minds of the people by their regular condu5t and and are in the mob is now ExtrotS of a letter from Yefterday evening Serene Highnefe Charles of her Majeirys difembarked fafe Irora on board the after a very fine pafiage of only two hours atid quarters from Doverharbour to Calais in a few hours after his arrival at the Hotel fet forward on his intended Royal Jiigbnefs the Duke of Parma has wrote the following letter with his otvn hand to Count Governor of the city of Count am informed that there are ftill in and that forae perfons peak in a ritfir and iirfolejU dnce I caufed my intentions to be declared te my I could not have thought that after I had made ufe of dictated by my ltve for my they would force me to have to threats But as my that tranquillity be entirely reeftablifheJ in I ordsr you to fake for that meafures as fhall appear moft efreclual to ou if you judge it order guard to be doubled fet in the and when ever they meet above fix perfons let them order them to Search for the authors of the feciitious and infolent which I know have been fpoken if find let them be and give me an I know ibmeEccleikftics among the nurabar tell theBifhop to find out who they and get thain Signed I77J Count As I will have the above to every get the inclofcd printed this let it be pofted up tomorrow all over Signed Extrafi of a letter from the Augujl i Laft Wednefday a large extent of country from Neckeraw over Ubdheim to haiUlorm the haiiftones were of a prodigious which the and besui hanrefb are Spoiled but the tobacco fufiared A vary erniaent gentleman in the law has given it as his tkatthe fifty due to Edward Twine Carpenter by royal promife is recoverable in a Court are he in tends to file Yeftepday morning Ja the fent no lefs than fix a great perfonage in the Mi relative tothe late fiwjit Pyrtfmouth A ieport is the maa now confined in gaol for ahci who has talked fo largely abmit the fire at is The EaeV from Pool to loft fism Hull foLondon is founHered off Off from aniijjed Saeleft the cf in t acijuaJtrts be t blue rmd tfe road ab it wertt called to who ahd exarnyiuig the found that a pared of ftarch earelefsly folded of cairiage was and rti contents difcharged fy through bottorrtof the mfehrirajM fliis as a caution to the in tHe to be careful of the Yefterd of dropped down dead rts he was crofting die faid On Sunday a yovmg apprerjtjtceto in Ericklane was frorfi hrt horfs in Bi iiopiate and fraclared r he died the Yeiterday morning a to vri on a treeill the roadtq Peckhnm he w buckles in his about iu a itiey in uis pocket On Saturday morning a ladys maid in fqnare uas found hanging iii her bedchaniber at flic was pregnant by a who had ab On Saturday evening a on his return to town fiom was attacked between Bjcntforc anl y a fiiigle who robbed him of fcven fonie and his Saturday night taylors returning from a feaft at iiopped at Kings a publichoufe at Newington in under pretence of wanting fome The to they forcibly broke open the the and threw him out of the one of his legs was broke they afterwards his wife in the lame ihe received no except being much Many having fome of the taylors were and on Monday morning they were examined before the Bench of Juftices at Margarets and bound over to appear at the next affizes at Six were admitted to one in the others in 40 and one committed to the Newgaol for want of The landlord was taken to Thomass where his leg vas and he in a fail way of Yefterday feveral yoUng fallows were detected in Srakhneld picking pockets while the fair was and wert carried to WoodJlreet compter for Friday night about nine Two men were attacked by four armed with and robbed in orworwhom was in the by one of the villains ap plication being made the next clay to Juftice Sher at he fent out fome the night had fix ftout fellows appre in thbfe whoare ftroogJy fofpeflssd tb be concerned iiV that and other And twr hear they are to be reexaniined next Ssturdayy at ths above On Friday evening a knowtf by tiame of the Hopping got into die hcttfe of oppofite the church eWfliig concealed herfelf till aridthett bMtafoftcft a from whence Tie took plate and other to the value of and got off She on And is now in Yefterday a harper went to a bookfeHers fv FleeN and told the madd was come by order of her mailer for his great whieh Ihe immediately up ftairs for and toe mean timehe walked into the parlour rtud Hole two filver which he got off On Sunday night the hop of haber in was broke and goods tfi the value of carried Vincent Cunningham to be FortMajor of Plymouth in the room of William George Phynx Efqi to be Captain of a company in the zift regiment of William Efq eldeft for of John and lOiight of the to Wfifs eideft daughter of the late Admiral and fitter to Sir Charles George of Greiat to Mifs Elizabeth of Thomas an emment toMifs Good daughter of Samuel in Jofen of to Mifs Louifo of in Bueking William of Thomas Mifs of At his houfe at Jafper Mau Efqj an eminent msrchant Thomas late aji eminent warsfcoufemah in but had fetiragl frdm At his houfe ito CuthbW iJn Joftph hottfe in Great PortlajM ftreelj near Charles At his lodgings at Kfnfingtorr James Mpn of in her South J Bf Rioted for Baking the Blriferiipts Eftatcs to late of Klines the of grocer ihe 3616 eleven iAthe fofe the GeergirV FIN At i tberein was lately This is can be wili The may be dtpehded jer WEKHMENT ftofn tbe Prltts ip DUCTlyN1 Jfcii frOrti fold K the in foe iid tbe At thtir CapitaJ were afji re pficrM at this In the laft Lottery locdli 1 fold in In the Lottery 1769 No fold in Oiares fold in In the Lottery 1768 fold in and it drawn i Lottery loco fold in i In th Lottery 1766 In the Lottery 10 Tiic moft exsil Nurneiiearf and Regliler Books wi be ScheiMCi gtvej gratis and ak Letters poftpaTJ Our afl embers of may ou having their pickets anci Shares on th2 reafanable terms all bufinefs re lating lo the Loefcry and Governnnenr Seciiritirs tranTsfled with the caie and The Loctery wil begin en Monday The moft MonrV be for in the in parifli George the ift of ttf the GOO0LUCK did laft lciit RICHARDSON andt year acjiraint7h4publici hst they were polftfled of the cm the STATE LOTTERY 5 and that the numbers Jtooi a chance for prices ip capital ones than others promifcuOufly In ortier convince tKe world that no jctpofuion 2 aorti1cn hslf tery before the fealed witfi the City and that of the of Opened at the bcfort jiia and fereral other gentlerSen j it oUt of fiKeatytwo Be ing the whole natnber in the Lottery fifty twoin the Jtw zOjOOc lie three pf fire feTen oyt pf ot aoooK fourteeft of twentytwo out of account of It lotting beeri Biinuftted ffisjithe tfwve was faHe Wethirk it UD inforra tho that raiy of its jr oULng office in an GOO tfiit fuccefs of ihe lift year will ptoof ihut their tickets ffiprrior to others aHd from iii tRe litilw on thtf preftnt Lottery inform they now in aprt a Sixtytoarth party the Ad next to he in neartheIVoyal the corner of and opyBfiit the Manfionhovjfe where aH Jaufinifs relative to be Luttfty ii tranfafted with fidelity and ihe Lorrgry bgjnsDrwing Sh f To S O JL At Scales in tve Serge Thurfday the day of Cifiober at n oclock in the trenoon for the refirfue ot a term of 200 of which iza years and upwards are to come X to an annual peppercorn LL that valuable com m nly the EXE with the ciflems fjpalies rhs inhahiranrs of ths city of Exeter with water the whereof amounts to per annum arid is increafing and the tenants thereof ar obliged by their leafc always to pay an rent If For further application may bs risce to Mite in A1 On Wednefday the day Old in o be SOLD b A U C T I 0 N of Ssptember at the iii the runty of between the hours three and fix in the after fubjeft to fu h conditions of fale as mal be therft ahd then A Complete at Louth afortfafd conilftirjj of a edoi and all other necfa with of paftnwi in If fold by contraft Before tfe cay of1 fejej be given irt the Vn For further particulars oJJiilis Luicoln and of of f pf of the of Oww of the toyn of now to fe clear of opdt built Ihrce ex wading planted Witfi tK5 beft of t The abbW being within a wie rfr Bmi rjnay be rot at moderate rate ant d Ewhad frorti Berwick an For farther jiaroecrisrs ECqj in er MN DahieT at Ad
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