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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 24, 1771, London, Middlesex Pjice Twopence From to T it U R S D A No Sold by in whew AM Lortcn f JnteIHgence takfen in j THIJ ire l and thofe wBo chujie to te regularly fei4ed Articfct of and Letters froni are alfo received by in Fleetftrect at iheCotaer uf is the Strand 4 the Corner of J the botwfla of Martins orjpsfite fHbj to be FortMajorof rejpmfrtt of peblic all and tie Cold wirhin LittJe Mi arcTrdebtol to him mvi to Kicua ft eirtx Henry to TlCKJETSfantf ef Lei SEPTEMBER rfo L O N T T Rojwl in one of his Molt faitl tfaence iftii IfJIIUSlMffltWEtftj flup cue Principal Secretaries cr City Marfinl to do fcttVed of no itis affujredBiat a he tiadfc in V6ft zwtidej of its r inftftJKJCj J 4eputflfion lately fet fist from thence to the King extreine diftreft and oT the and to petition for parlia rpw betngrat i ItiitrMethere The tilie poor conceal till the being feat ty tbt tlw makes tliem aqjpcan to df have nerertbeleia taken 7 day before Oreit bappUjr the near thrt r Tte performed Afi Tbe Prince nimed Gbariefc feipce af Afturiw Mffui4 tbe Tewrn Priace was The Bank ttotes S of ttJtlicau e vjjich are tt bear no hut m pfeulate as oWigatioq to reteive tfrem In tte Iws o tiered that lain jfottion of the payment to the v rainy tlnues virfth hardly any feared when te tbi corner of ooooute the paid the firft for tea and ebbcbiate la of the Pccocke jrrper an irnner ceffeibfe rhe ahf fefces oftte Miboar am which ia an hblr ortvvo it Is fuppoPid tliey weie by tile teijig put on board It Was dried It bis bad fbch aneffeft thit ft wife jfe c iicalty men SmlH be got to ero OB board Id arritid pepper ort bo Jobn to the witfow both of Thomas to Mils Patty Jota daiigtaer of CaptiWiHiaai At John a wine and brandy marchAnt in the bat had In Oxford tea merchant In Mifs of In the Henry yery eminent threadntaleer of became to a village near chejter wljen he alighted he coinphiHitd not died in ten minnteif wife of ButclwrhalllaniS to the At ttair Office fevera of tfce moft capita in paft have fliareH and fold an4 the with AS on fortune as tli All Para and Shares of Priift fold Office will be aidrawn and all Tickers tp Bentffiu are The feejnis dtawihit on of Novomber next j Sicbenres of wub everj relative are given and fertt all At peter years 1 09 jv of Lord in ihev room Wil Uam WKitmore Bfftf i i LafrSat uHay came on tlie eiflkn for Mayor for AtbihX J arTcry great yras great We bear tbata little run over the Yorfej tnaf heibld hft his ivkich be has kft to maiden one of other dd j and after their who are her houfe Widow of late wf iJiother of AdirocateGeiieral At Bathj where he is Leef tie recovery of rttatlve to the or tOlhc U cOndodiH on the moft jaft and e By h puniics vtiy hunitjf AN icome Sir Bto Jw Colonel of his or re giment ef ia the room of Hugh C O U V T R Y N E W Hi Royal of Cuaaberlartd gave us laft night a moft elegant fortane in her own went oftto half pay who is a married hi the r ontiie N Kj and late of SH E W S Wind Ciunii down faft tlfie for i and Bsace ffomCalais afld Youn Jarhut frora from RlV from Dunkirk Frederkk from Stettin and at at at off from at at a proof of the very rjfc of rents in tbis it is worth nhff that the houle late tbe ftlverfmiths hop the corner of in Fleet withthe two behind abo t thirty years were left to ether at only lett yelHrJay Hy a for the term Siaaday laft wrth bears vr fbewiSg tbrir triers jn the public to the mcut Of ths mobility tendf fbe rn the and Ijth of and 5h Nokembe in atthefigntf the in in the faiij o be Mowed to of in the pariflj inn in and prai latr in the puihoi in e fime on or ni hie of in the city ftationer on or before the 151 ef To thi ADVENT UK prefcnt WHEH OQUDLUCK did lift ear the that they were the onthe1 LOTTERY j thatlhe a better chance for prizes in nd ones ia others jwmifiwcufly cbofen convince the world ihet no irnpofititfn a jtjrtiaiiijug fie hatf of the Lot ttty befirre the wrfth City and t hit of die tiotftiot of the operierf ai the Mmfinhourc feveral rtner gentlemen it out 6f femytvKO capital ke iny the Vhtfe ntttabit ift the Lottery twain the the the three four trot of five jsn fowicen oot of twentytwo twentytyo out of thirey ft having by IwMing at our office in erthmflveif the fuceefs of the cakolation laft yeac wi4 be fvffic ent their to others j ha ing procnred f MoUfworth tbe numbers inthf lation snjtheprfefeJitLottery heg leave to inform tne ifthtejrjre how Atlling inTicfcetf from a Half Sbtyfourth the Ad neit to ihe SnnFire in neartjie Royal i the corner of Coruhill and the MaDfioohoufe wrier att bofinets relative to the Lottery with fidelity and The Srawing iSth to be 3 O L At Swales in on day fowmoWi for the reTiSKe of a Krrri of MO at he brought itn coinrditted to be hot forgive on of their quitting co fekr pjorw the of that cottiity tirem a little o it of On laft who the oyer and ter miner for M fdr i eitapVug out of the the Sheriffs braiighbfrom Newgate by iwritof HaVeas Corpus befpre Sir Henry tlw Jjidgesof the Court of who iiona rrutted the fiiid Edward MarJea to It eold Hntji anit pir fct with Iqnes DMAS tne fecona L i r M Y tw t charged lefs than etgbt cmi raaketn f Jinold f two old toothpick cafe ftjrur inches W fop wjlth fainf e a fetid ftiUK a rought whakboftis iif ahove goMs areTflffewdftJ be pawned or Sop bha and gjve notice Sir and ynu wqeive rcAvard of which t years and upwards are to f eniy to an LL tbat MloAhU called SXE the and ctfterns thcreuntObeJonprtit which fjppiiet tifwof the city of Exeter wiih water ihe ren Amounts to per annum and is an and very the tenants thereof are ohUciid by dieir always to pay an 411 for fuffher may bfl made tp Mift ui 1 lkn of TOC oath and that the Jetter Gazetteer of TtieiaaySepternbtr folfe imd I being nearly recovered fipm rny lite puaiferoeut and thai thfrreafon vf my con the above Infirmary U entirely owing to a THOMAS Y of before me atfiw Halfojoon relative to the t aLordrWayor far titc For tkf LordMayor iu ajainfl hiqi Tar Siwbrtdge i gunA him LordMayor dined fbe Londorf with tbe Society of tbe Bill of Sights atCuild i ordefed to of not Aft order1 wai rnadetbat all Cou the faid for the Sattyday attorney the being a at a featm fffcrtuig over a gnn hitfeft which was on Sunday to be cut Monday 3 butcher in baviag tied buUock up Ihe feofe and gorediim fijterriblyln the that te expired in great journeyman ea to kilfeddn tit ftiefeflidSs prisoners received judgment were fenteaced to be far and three fpr fourteen frwri branded in tbe three were otdered to be and upwards of forty werf 4 Day ovta for aU Ptpte thai haxr a Hoofe to Lett or Live LAW Tne Laws Afls of Partiimeitt and Cafes bfppsht itewn to the prejfcot i price the cdttipaef The LAWS Hawk ihent and Cafes down to the prefettt Wi jpf tfte ftfidl for Tbife tros is not w ia a fair way of Ltau Pifftwifth The OUftTH TOUR io this water f tftd times for feeing of the charj of ihe feeft to at ot f regulwiy feleaetl digefting jflj be the day if QSpber atAe KfiigVArftM Jflirin Great Berkhamp of ia of ia the courtly of r Lot A Freehold aad fcyersi ftn ill piefces pf containing fix fefv at Aft hrj iiothe feM pwift tf Cheftamj lett at at the rent Lot A Copyhold eaHed the at Gheftatn in faid with twelve acres of mote or lea at thf yeirly rent of Several ealled M Jntiai aliii Ptniealie containing 42 more w in a field coatiiiing more or lying between ihe M it fl Loti A Farm called alias Jlothway in tBe ptirrth of Bejkhamftead alias North county of Hertford jconrftfting of freehoW Meffo iboot Jf wtiiefii ejurire Miehafietort yearly of 6 Bd iW more or in lyUecommodlotif to aid Lot TW called tbe Ott and Cornered iii onUiniBg twenty u A Farm at in tbe ia ceafiftjngflfa and convienieTrt iboM of a 36 acres whereof Ate aH e which will expire M tfce Tcsother with a BuO any add ati the of the wKote Vfti may particulars bv in Ilfuftraied ittthqrity tpJ acraent aftd modem aadrnv whomi at tie KweV iawi J
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