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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 5, 1771, London, Middlesex i f T r A S A T U of are j T where thofc to fared with Tirts PXptfay Article of and RICHARDSON and at the in Baowwj at tre Corner of kifhe the bottom of Mai rta the Corner of Charingcrofs in New BoWd4rreet and NO 1 H oppafitie F R I D a R E o AF AUGUST the Iffdia Company tif letting with thing tfefey arc febged now to buy the fhlps which footing the Sjeurs otite hip belonging to the late wHich they purpofe arming for COUNT RYNE W Yefterday the who was tried by a CourtMartial on board the Temhlfrfor was to have been flogged from fhip to All the boars attended to the different entered place without firmgrns They Brines of tlie family of the Clian t8 of the iothof Pope taken a yeaf to deteiTnUe the fate they at the repeated in ftahces the Courts of Versailles and that Society will t dated Aaguft the death the publick tffeirs been treated with tolerable ftsritof difcordis framttstetwo pardts ftfflle FuiJ of Bat it is that the heads of parties are not con firips v but when they came to tie him We was fo intoxicated with the Commanding Officer ordered him to be had and brought again this He accordingly was and received very fevere punishment alongfide the dif ferent ftups in the and at S H I P N E W DIA SEPT Wind No hip in Parted by from Meriel E from Kinn fton Bu from Oporto Prince of Wales from from ARRIVALS at the following from Tendon and Cadizy at from at Bet Woder fron at tnm at Selid N psir from at Friend from London and at Bona vtnture Elw from RoK it from a SabUM fom ondn at en Anrj in TexsL DlizaHeih from at Lovely C from at Polly Sn at at from at eernedt la 1 Aaothenletter fronf SrcJekholjn Adefcrip qiialfncjrtions of our late King has bsejfcTfWitfeif aad is con fidercd as a of and feift to the cities of this Majeily employs a portion of his time m attending to pilblickanl hatioiul afairs the reft of the day h paffed in reading an4 fuch other recreations as at once improve and delighr thr After the cares for the happinefs of his fubjeSr tbr cultivation of the Belles Lettres ieems to daim his ExJrafioj a letter from Ayguf When Lord Chatham took up his freedom of this city a few days ago as mentioned in a fpraiej Paper Serjeant our We hear Townfend and will certainly be nommited by their friends is for the office of LordMayor for the year Wilkes has engaged to fupp rt the reeleftion of and it faid Bridgen WU1 be joined viith him in the Harley and the Court party mean to nominate Peers and Nafk 16 that there willbei threefold poll Townfend and Crfcfoy aad Peers and Many and very confiderable belts that the prcfent LordMayer will be the Magnate for the year There is the ftronjeft from a variety of concurring that Adrniniilra tion will open the campaign remtereernltmt of Majarida and his l On the cfepefirieas takeft days on the examination of theperfonm Confinement in concerning the fire ia Pfcrtftnotith before the were fent to Secretaries of State for their Yefferday the LordMayor Sut Efq Secretary to the Earl of at the Manlionhoufe fome time after the man who is confined in a in and has made fome difcoveries relative to the firt in the at was fent for and ex amined before his Aldermen Trecothick and It b reported the man has fignified that he expects on giving full evidence in the The old woman and young lately mentioned to liave been the authors of great are the wife and fifter of a perfon under confinement for debt in Woodftreet Ext raft tf a letter from It hath been reported that an cautionary Utter hath been received the officers in the warning them to watchful againft incendiaries upon which the chipwomen have not been fuilcred to run about the yard as but men have ordered to bring f lie TrHps to a particular place for OSaccount regulation the women havebeen very but every perfouof fenfr approves of this as out of pretence to gather went thieve and fteal iron and Werethe wages to be and theyto lie no confidernby more work wauld be befides u great Extract of a letter from The Lift couriers that arrived from army brought he following that the Turk were in the fortrds of at the mouth ofchc lea of on the ide of on the approach of the Ruffian nlked for five to consider whedier they would which as has fmce been in eif evary was fo Kui to his in an elegant rhe fen fe this city retains of his Lorctiliios many during his proiperous too Adminiflaation cxpreffirig likewife their fulleft ackno vlcdgments for his invariable defence of tlie legl an1 coriftitutional rights of the peo and concluded to his the name of the Citv of Exeter i thathe would continue his for procuring the diflfolurion of a cer tain Hii LordfhiTs rely was Highly expreffive of ikis eratitudf tor tlie tiftinguifhed favours formerly be ai bv the City rf and nowcom nt difance tf fo many with cir cynajcas f full of honour to To which he added the of his attachment to t e principles of the and vf rrte Yefterday the Eail of Warwick fet out from his houfe in Jamess Tquare for the South of The Nobility and Gentry at TunbridgeWells in tfnd having a mafqoerade on Wedaefday the nth A particular account of the feveral encroachments uoon the river Thames has been made by order of the and will be fhortly laid before the Court of It is a that many of the Sheriffs Officers are extremely chagrined at Wilkess being elefted aad fome of them haveeven declared they will up thei r pi A correfpondent that two years ago a in Aiderman was afraid of tie and now between and toth of laft month j the crew took ro their efforts ing proved insifreftual j it was go and that weulyl be totajly lofti On Monday the bel Leigh in failed to buja fhirjjf when the Captain gave banknotes to enter them atthe CultemhVufe wrth the cocket but at inCandy two of them jot and fail to came home at and they Byraiting feveral tiavs with they were taken and interred in Leigh churchyard on The bank v ith nine were found in Lemons and returned to the On Wedncfday matterbuilders in Suny were fined for houfes not ftriftly coraurninble to the a1 of They writ j fion that at while one a laouring who had been deaf upwards of was at wock in e be was ilruck o the ground by a flafh but foon afttr he ionnii to hr fyjr prile that he was reftored to his Laft Thejdoiia was with an fit while a in and aithouph a furgcoa aied ail means to recover fhe She was ta have been married in a few days to an eminent weaver of her weddingcloaths being all got Yefterday afternoon a child about four years daughter of a publican the other fide of Riackfriars was iun over by abrick cart within a few yards of her fathers whereby her were dafhed The driver was Yefterday viCiners inthe gaeis were removed to in order to take their trials next feffions at the on Wcdnefday Wednefday between nine as a lady and a child were coining to town in a poft they were ftopped at the bottom of the hill on the other fide of by four armed with piftnls one of the villains got into the and forcibly taking off the ladys fecr af uli atid alfoof with which they made On Saturday morning a yonng fervant to a gentleman in Jamess by his was to frjm a tyvk a off in evening frbis octafioning the bureau and the ia conlequeuce of which lie at fear in the MACLAURIN wfll begin his Courft of At his bonfo in Hbggln BratdfUeet WHEREAS fitted A C AI E N vrts lately received by a Gentleman near Richmond This is to give That IF the fa5U therein mentioned b Gentkinan will ttink IjinafcJf give Wandfcrrte The gpreaifrf ftictecyniay be COLDINCI5LOSS T HE CHESTER in two to carry fotir paffengers cnhfinufc going feoia the afcdva vim Saturday at four by the PtrarjiWd and The Machine the and afnire P Tk IfisT THE A ft ot Parliament tbrRrpmiftg rhe Road from Maidftontf to reing near of the road irtenci ro apply to for a new aft anJ thinking it mate pvopsr to extend th powers of the aft to the liora Eocts Crny to Gentlemen in ihit to rrifet them in Foots on Vhurfdiy trie day of at 11 ot ihe ciock in ihe to tafcs the fame into By order of he RUSSELLV and he taken up the next with a yowag to whom married that very mornin be they arc afraid of The following account of the feizure of a British Hip by tho Goyeraor 6f the is Hud to be Th Captain of an a fliip of 150 on private account for carrying out which are prohibited by the fent before him to the it is his in tsntton as to have taken tfcem on board hip own Company had fo clofely ftowed and Indiaraaa witk their goods for that the Captain found it impracticable to put his defign into therefore ordered mafterof the Argyle to proceed to the Onhis arrival there the already at anchor the Governor fent his officers oa as to and enquire their but finding fudt a quan tity of arms on pronounced them and forbad their coming For feveral days they beat about the mouth of the when remonftrating on their want of they ordered under the where tke fhip was and the matter and crevr committed to where they continued ahoyerire Jill accounts were fent to expiration efthis they were fnt by ofSvar to where tiiey The crw tere difcharged arid fent the majter of the Argyle is The Hip and her be there being rto For fupppfjng them pirates but it is imagined Captain of theTndiaman vrill not aiiy niiire in the Companys on account of this Yeittnlay morning advice was received of the being fate arrived off Spithead for from Qalipoly fhe has fetch out from tour andwai thought to Tke is ayrived hi tlve She vvas a raifihig On the was loft on tke Southfideof South from tcr the Ifie of Man the crew are fayed it is willbe Ly authentic accounts fVoin EHuieur we that the hip bound from KonijtVerg to run iliorc u a har cf on anieu veiy The two footpads wio AntJionj Efqi Secretary to tlie aighi btft near Lea and carried before Juftice Ojf who committed them JQaTuefday Thomas coramitted to Cierfcenwell Bridewell by WiiiiaraTimbrcU and for ravifhingElizabeth the chapel of in the feat of the Earl of the to Mils fifter to theCountefs to Edward Efq in to relid of Philip Carteret Edward of Martini le to Mifs of of to Mifs daughter of clock aad of At his houfe at Aaron a warehoufetnan of this At a widow bf Fleet his houfe at Hammer At Sittingbourn in aged one of the oldeft pilots in the At his houfe ia Old lui apothecary and At his fathers lioufe at Charles of of Gam At Proyoft Buchanan the perlun froiir Smollett took the character of in Roderick To thofe who have the of MtHEMETr Denrift to and the to he lorn replaced thac one prirfiipal caufe of TEETH early in is a of them when in too Sender to bear cltfarvioi and Tenfibis that his ESSENCE of win not do the teeth even in their OR the is fo very that it WH leep the is of chVdren affeftedvvith wii teech froiii premature and prevent r that ie confequeritly very greatly o the beauty drtd prtfervation erf thsm thtir whck lives hhiifeif tlTprquehly warranted in taking lifesrty to tlie ufe according to the direftions eiven with as as the of s which ia generally ajioui th age of The EfTenc of Pearl is fold by Per in near the bottom of Hay and by J oppofite India in LeidentinlllirecL arid ao where elfe ia ijrjcs tlie lie Sitnatff 5h B i 46 miles from Great and Souihampton ry ic artd H O U S an4 convenient double iUbi c sort a lite in of deceafeft of W Attomftjr at in Bafing furthcE SL is finecountry tot and thete ire tw6 kef in the To be S At Swaps tlie oft thurfday the at it oclock fn the for the rtfidue of a of 200 of vuhicji itjf years and upwards ara to to an Lilttt rrtority Calftd fftc tXE SN with the and tufiernt thwttfDto which fupplies tire inhabitants of the city of water the rental amounts tt and increafing and ioysrfveablsj andths refptftivo tortaots t hereof by their leafe to fijithjev appbcation rmy be made to Mifs To he SOLD by On Wedhiifday tbe tSth rffiy of September at the Old in county of between the ricuis ct liwee and fix oclock in the after fubjeii to Iu h cpaditicns of fete as fhall be there ancf ffien ACompiece FARM ar rear IxDutli of food and all together with z8cacres of andpaihire all in a trfcfdby private contract before the ctay of notice will he given in the pubUs papers pofturther particqlar of Philips Efq in Lincoln e George of near or of of vlio will Jliiw th to the happruis T bis Day iias jul with a Hrice neatly bound in Hok o anv thinj or the kind THE LADYs POLITE SECRETARY NEW FEMALE LETTERWRITER Containing an elegart varicty nd innrufiive in as motels to te fhie on every point ex in are comprized many epiltoiary an article hitherto unar terripted in every book of ttV jo which are variety of poetcal and Jtforiptive and eards cf coinpliirunt inH otfritndihip In tliis arc con lained rulei to he oSfcrved inwiitia tlw diffe rent forrns of Towhich is but comprehtnlivc Grarnrmr rt Engliih Tho is fo that any lady a be enabled to her tloaghts propriety and By the RiKht DU Printed for at at in Where may be in two price 6 by the fanr4 ThTrue THIS wlijch h nothing oiore than the pure Acid part of the from the pulp arvd groiTer is admul9Je for all the pofes for whictr the Lecaoa afstf is makes the moft excellent ami gives the uus FJivoujr of dw fineft Lemon JeJiiss and It has the advantafC over the fruuiifeJfj in ancl cheaper letttofi Caftia jentraj be being atthe eafon of theyfeir when Lernons are cheajieftj anrf in the It h likewife infirilteJy preferstik to wsy whatfoiver for imrriediatftly cflT iron Red of dot ttoable without Jcing tlie feaft injoity lor it to gtdwre fo render rhem is SoKwhoiefateaotl oirfy byWiljium BajJeyl in neair tRe bottom of London fold retail by lixSa ftfeet j Iv J Sew Bond Irlee i tha
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