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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 17, 1771, London, Middlesex j From T U E S D A to SEPTEMBER nnfr AVvstutr i T v I S j r w Sold by in Paternoilctrow j where Advertifrtrients Lejtert of arfe tikcn in j and wfcere thofe who We co bfe regularly ferved with Ttfls defired to Arndei of im Letters from are alfo received by aad at the RayilExchVnle V fi oppofite Fteetftreeti at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom of Marjins Charingcrofs the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondftreet 6 N D O N G A Z E TT AUGUST HE lertfcTs received thisweek FromPodolii and aflTure us of the ceffationof the by the imme diate care taken to prevent its fpreading in the where it had out agaia from the avidity of fofoe who dug up effecTs that belonged to feme people who had beea carried off by that ma Udy Majcfty pleafed to grant unto J4A the Caaonryor Prebend In tke cathedral of in die void by tke Itjfignation of S H I P N E W Wind by WV Came down and re pet the for llriftolV Arrived and felled for the the fcom Jamaica 5 and from PaflH by the Prince of from Havre and Wil liam Sffis from Peterfbnrgh j riqaitohwrej from Barbadoes from Virginia Lucy and from Newry Mary and and and from Guernfey and ARRIVALS at the following Ports from at at Peacocks from at from at from at from in the Johnfonf from at carf frow at from at from at from at from at Three from at from at from at frdth at from at John and from at froin at Nancy from at from at from Jfabella and at y com at T I O N D O c Yefefdayiiis Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cum fet out for The Ambaffador has lately paid fweral Tiats to Lord in a very private which occafiotw much Speculation amongft the poUti fcians at the weft end of A It is no kfcger a that Junius is The of D is married to Mifs Nancy Extrafl of a Letter front dated Lord Warwick arrived here and fet cut immediately for from whence be will pro fceed in athort time re in order to about ibme affairs of cbhcerntng ths coru rnerceof that city wIth This day the Paine arrived here From with the Princefs fifterto the King of Her journey to England is a profound fecret the Governor and Staff Officers of this city having had notice not to pay her the fame honours they did four years whea went over to Eng where ihe kept who within thcfc three months made two trips to here this even in his way to accompanied by the firil of the Sieur Du Deputy of Com merce from Bourdeaux to They havejBrrfmed a plan for making a revolution in the fti order to procure in the finances of in which the Jews will find their A letter rrom Paris that a celebrated French aflrefs is tuft put into on account of fome difrefpeftful words he let drop againft the It is that me has been addifted to a fliglitmefs for fome very near bordering lettersby yefterdays Holland mail the King of Spain has published an by which all fweign ftiips of war are directed toArike their colours when they enter any of the ports with the dominions of his Catholick Majefty without they will not bepennitted to come IV if afterthe of his fet fuil for but refleftT Vcruldbe better to follow the vow his nation had and tofubmit to the government to and gavebis two fons to Prince Dolgorbuki as hoftages for his Copy ef K rtyw in confinement in a Second NOBLE LORD f part of I hope jrour Lordlliip will abfolve me rcniifeof isade to toyrhy friend in and to be pabr irr this public I yotlr Lordfhip wilt not deny me as it is but reafonable that I fomehearing to clear rriyfelf from the falfe that have been propagated by the Tliey have that I want a fum of money and my liberty out of which in duced me to declare myfelf concerned in the above This you my is When I folicited a I was then at liberty in Lon don and in ray letter to the I in formed that I wanted no fee or what but his Majeftys In the faid letter I owned concerned in fetting fire to Portf mouth the Writer of a treasonable Let ter ftnt tothe dated June wherein his is exprefly called a his and dignity threatened to be in and plainly that the Government of the Empire will be given to one more worthy before July the I owned myfelf a party in attempting his thofe were the crimes wanted a pardon his Majeftys pardon to me is only conditional in the Gazette for July it His Majelly is hereby pleafed his moft gracious Pardou to the Writer of the faid Letter for the offences therein provided Information fhall be given to one of the Principal Secretaries of upcn which the parties concerned may be apprehended and brought to my as I faid this pardon fs only conditional if my information is not fufficient to bring the parties concerned to juf why do you forgive me the other offences If a poor printer only prints the youare ready to devour Pray what will you do now No my Lord You dare not I do not crave your but once more DARE you to bring me to a You know you had information provided you had exerted yourfelf as of Stats ought to have It is not the poftyou are in that is ta be deipiled for the but the man who fills that There is a clerk in one of your as I told the UnderSccretaries who gave the French intelligence of your fecret councils his name is Will you deny that you have not information enough tofecure that clerk I do not doubt but you You my I defired you to confront me with Count Guigne long before he left England if I was in the why did not you do it You have been called upon to publHh my depofition why dout you Your Secretaries were fo careful to keep it from the that they would not let the Mayor of Reading fee the leaft tittle of you have debarred me the ufe of and paper and I do not doubt but as foon as you read this my keeper will have orders from you to hut me up in a dungeon but if you do order the public will foon be apprifed of arid then they may judge of your conduct as they thmk Before I take my of your permit me to return you my moft humble thanks for the pains you have taken in nropapating a reoort that I am infane and as a proof of my I afTire yonr that I will prove ibme of your jneniii Traitors to their and Country and the public may be that Tniuerbill will be found a more neceffary place than I my Your Lordihips moft obedient Reading humble JONATHAN fays a can better n I to what incorrigible ails forae men will to compafs their than the conduel of Bn about the fire of Portfmouth his circumftances are deeply nor is it the firft time they have been and when fuch a we are well by a perfon who knew him extremely well when quartered at he would have re courfe to any of what nature to gain his enlargemeijt his oath was never confined to matter of not having the leaft tendernefs in any is a very cunning fellow but withal a moft illiterate He no more wrote the letters with his name figned to in the than he creeled He is cer tainly connected with fome of the tribe of our modern and for them he is a moft precious mftru was held a Court of Aldermen at Guild when Bollands who lately purchafed the place of Upper Marflial to receive the anfwer of the above Court after waiting a fmall time the Court called bim and told they confidered hira as aa improper perfon to ferve ihe and therefore rejected him that he might have an order to receive back his purchafe tiioney out of the which he in his turn alfo and told them he knew way to compel the Court to let him have his Joieph Skinner by the faid ad mitted a in the room of Mr many years keeper of the prifon of petitioned the praying to refign his and to be allowed in lieu and on account of his what the Court mogld think fit hispetition was and he ajlowed per annum for EawardJCsinzeei E was chofea Mayor for fheenfuing The Hircourt fiaftrndlaman faffed from Portf mouth for Riverda Monday and the Lizard from the The General from NorthCa rolina to fprung a leak was obliged to put and is can allure the that the Excifeoffice will be removed from the Old Jewry to the new office in on the for the tranfacling of on that To ruch a pitch of diflipatioa are the fafhionable world arrived that feveral female members of the and other fucli kind of have fmall dice made to lockup in the ornaments depend to their that at any or any they may not be unprovided with fo ncceflary an Extraft of a Letter from the Weft f A young of a very genteel has lately taken a lodging in a lone in the pariih of near in Somerfet and is attended by a who teems to be of very It is fuppofed that they have con caaled themftlves in this private in order after one months The late by his defired to be buried Coventgarden and accord after his his principal wrote to a friend in town to prepare for the but the corporation of Liverpool having uach an efteem for his they requefted he might be interred in that town and accordingly his were attended to the grave by feveral of the principal bythis exprefled the warmeft and moft public approbation of his con Laft Thursday evening feveral perfons were bit by a mad dog at and on Saturday morning fome of them went down to to be dipped in the fait It is a as that is the neareft plate for ftrong fea there is in fuch a regu lar phyficianto infpeft the perfcns under fuch alann ing and to give theio proper djreQio The great Boerhaave is faid to have declared not long before his that no jpecific remedy had been hi therto difcovercd for the bite of a mad How with all deference due to the moft learned of the it may that there is one fpecific remedy for that moft dr adful of all mala leldom or ever put praclice for want of being fufficifntly of which not an individual fliould be and for whofe benefit we on receiving the to fcorch and burn the Dartas much as can be which will immediately ftop the circulation of the fa ll andinfallibly prevent canine On Monday in the afternoon oi without undertook to ride his own mare fifty miles in five on the Eilex for a considerable befides feveral large betts hich he won by performing it eleven minutes within the It is faid that OH Saturday a trial was on the a very large upon a new j tJ perfons fat in and it was drawn by a of horfes with A to the gravedigger of Lukes has been brought tobed within thefeten months of five who are all likely to On iattirday Mifs daughter of Jame Elq of riding out on a young tended with a was unfortunately flung and her foot entangling in the flu was dragged fame and muft inevitably hav loft her hadnotayoung gentleman providential topped The yonng lady has efcaped with out breaking aRy of her but is fo much bruifed that her recovery is ago a grenadier of the guards having words with liis ftruck an earthen plate on the which fractured her fcull j me wa carried to the Weftmiufter where he died laft Lait night the Coroners Inqueft fat on the and brought in their verdiit wilful mur man has Moaday the body of a fuppofed to be a brewers was taken out of the Newriver he appeared as if not long It is remarkable that a on the London fide was fummoned to attend the feffions at the Old Bailey on Monday night a circumftmce never re membered Yefterday Edward Bnrch and Matthew Martin were tried at the on an iudiftment for fdonioufly as a certain hand purporting to be the laft will asd of Sir Aadrew Jcaowing the fame tn be with an intent to defraud the heirs at law oi the faid Sir when they were both founc trial lafted from about half an hour pad nine in the till neartwelve at after which the Jury were cut about halt an On Monday aight as Robert of jAmeVs was returning to town from Ken he attacked in HydePark by foot who robbed him of his a diamond and On MoRday night a gentleman and his wife were flopped in their poftcjvaife near MileEnd by two iiiCulors one of whom prefented a piftol to the aad demanded lis tJiem hiipurfe U wefe leVen Blunt be HfcjorIJQ regiment of footj and Edward iJfli of a company in his Catbcaft to be in the id regitnenf of Francis Hugonis Gentf Lieutenant in regimtiit of George to be Adjutant to the The vicarage of in the county of James of pAviil tbMifs Elizabeth Play of Armftrongi Efq if Kingfton upon to MifsSarah daughter of John or in Newgate South Oekingdon in Charles to Mils who lately ung at the Grotto Jofiiua Efq to daughter of Sampfon Efq both of John Efq at his ftat at Iclc in In 6f theEarlofElgiri At his houfe at James formerly in the Virginia tradff At in At in of printer of the Loridott At their houft atCheQiihit in Hertford wife of Efq Mr peruke in Bury St1 At his houfe near head beadle of the Grocers Company in At his hoaie at aged At his Aear AtDominicaj the Andrew Efq of his jeftys Cuftoms at the port of Rofieau in that At aged 98 James merly one of the mafters of the Dover packetbdaU Applefordj of wnC cooper j to furrcnder the Iqth at ten n ths thtf at nine in the and ofOftolrer at twelve at Mj in Charles late of dealer and cnapman to furrender th iSth of at ten in the and 29th of at five in the at Mf Pccer of merchant to furrender tke 6th add ill as3 2gth of at ten the fore Jt Brown Henry in checks manufjftiircr merchjnt to furrender ihe anji of at two in the at the Old Cdffee in Attorney at in John Lite of Stowe in the in Gloucef dealer and chapman to furrender the aifci agth of ar three in the at the Three Tuns in in the city of Attor Days appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts Ertates to of the Borough of in grorr the jorh of at ten in the itf Londoo John of in the parilh of Jn furviving partner of Thomas late cf the fame pa rifh and deceifcd the jzth of at four in the at Matthew late of in Iintrier the at ihree in the at the don in the Town of FINAL of the town and county of Newcaftie upon 1rnen and wflollendraper the isrh of at three in the at the White in the Fiefti in Newcaftle upon Jonathan hte of the Borough of in dealer and chjnnvn th Sth of at ten in the at the VVhite in theBoroagii of FINAL Div N Cerincite5 to be allowed to of dretrer on or before the gh of John Lock ha of ih p rifli of in the London on or before the gth of I homas late of the in Weftminfteri brewer on or bstWe the gh o Out of the grounds of James Efq of Qltf A Bay four coming five yeirs a little in her hfcr fcsrred fay and her tail rather ions nnd not Whoever can give fo thu Ihe may he had ftali receive a guinea and reafonabie This Day iniai Price 2 A New being with many Adduions and TflE GENTLEMAN inftrucfed in and gratr ing anri trees alfo inthe rrunaste mencof To which is arfrfed the GARDENERt the particular worlc to be done fvery monh in the and By the late of Ea This edition has been conndorably iwi addition of the culiure of feveral nc in former editions and by a mre compleu kaepdar tii the iait what work is to bedopie month in in the hitcbefy To which been added a copioUi indt Punted or J at the fa near
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