Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 28, 1771, London, Middlesex L Twopence Frcm S A T U R D A E S D by in Patcrriofterrofr j of THIS tfeofe yM with Articles of Letters from are ajfb received and at the RoyalExdiange MuRRAVv lttch in Fir of in the Strand th bottom of j C thfe Charingcrofs New and NO WHERE from the JAMES tIS Majefty in Council was this day pleafed to order fo and the motives of them fo that if you can be impofed upon by them I fliall never ex peel your If my paft conduft has not deferred my future never When I to purfue the public I I fet my foot upon a and I am not yet that the which j Convinced I fet it on a quickfaYid for I am ftands prorognedito Tuefr j nYrrily pervaded the Liveiy of London do not lightly change their opinion of an honeit man kut expect fome better proof againfthis than the anonymous charges and accuihtions or a merce ind raoitunprmcLpled N A S H s day the firft day o fliould be further prorogued to Tuefday the 26th of Novertiber fol EaSpreft of Raffia Ifaj in quantity dnty to be dominions as formerly into Swe is the greater obligation at as has been very bad in moft of the provinces eni and the price of bread is very high fcjfc Indeed the dearnefs of every thing at fucb as does not afford a good for when no fuppliea can be had A particular of the knuubing of the Grafton Mar at upiti at which were prefent their foreign The in perfect hearth arrived here on S H I P N w Wind Came down and failed for Remains in the the India Wind by Came down and for Spain 5 and Briftol Mer for Rerjaains the India Pafled by the Prince of from Rotterdam Dantrkk Rolles Batterfby Pig Enc Love and from Peterlburgh and from from Longfound and from Nor from from apd from ARRIVALS the following Ports ifllmesj from at i from at from at Rip at arnborousSrr at h from at from at from at from at fw at From at from at Sa from at from at from from at my duty en this occafion to fpeaka few Words to you but fhaP take up but little of your The which makes me afkyour favour at this time that I am one of the Alderrmn next turn for c It would ill become me to boait of any I have done bu I Ho nfFure that ifllun elecjd to this I dil charge thedutiesof and houeftly execute thj you hall put in I leave my caufe in your If I donot meet vvith your I fhal chear fiilly fubmit and whatever your determination it will not be difagreeable to The Common by the direction of the declared in the that they would not publifh the Mafcall attempted to fpeak four or five but was net fuffered to utter a word till he retired nothing could be heard It is fa Me as faid in fome of the papers that after his fpeech on either turned round or looked towards He talked a great deal about paragraph and wbo had attacked was then prefent in tie but there he left the He might have a fcore were then It was thought very tliat a friend ef liberty mould harrangue agaimt An cncomiuni the liber of the prefs would have 1 Their Majcfties having feen before any of the naval Lord Sandwich had been ac tivei the execution of every thing tg make it bril i i and fuitabL to the occafton The Qrafton was decorated with trophies of vvar the and theanchor and flags and a band of mulic was placed upon 5 to afcend to the a lined with red made a fiiperV Upon the weft fide of 5 booth was lined The to the reclory of the county of jevon and diocefe of The and fifter to Lord d houfe in t rf 3 at hjs green with the Kings arms white in and two ftate chairs their Majefties who did not it Ilrc the Maids of La dies of the Bed Duke of Sir Auruftus the their Below ny charge againft him nt to have given it if it N Speech on Saturday at isn down in of iha has of late been repeatedly nr jvan anonymous writer of paragraphs in This I fhould continue to treat did I not perceive it had msde to my difadvantage on the minds of whofe good an honed man Vnfli to It is therefore I call on this inventor of intelligence to the tubo i wot the Jtf infrWH for not having figned bis who is now prefent in the to tend forth and become my and I tofhev a fingle iuftapce in I lwe betrayed or deferted the public I have beftowed no fmall fum of I have endangered ray I have impaired my in the fervice of my fellowcitizens jij rettim I have beea and branded for a Of this I do not accufe Gentlema ef the Livery I have always thought you top generous to inftilt a man who never offended you too juil to condemn a man without giving him an opportunity of ing heard in his I only mention it to you at the fame that though it may deter rs from it hall not deter me from w in fo caufe as that of legal li mnot fit down without once more calling on of or any other m what inttance through my whole life I vs a public man betrayed the rights of the PS a private been guilty of a difhoneft ir Q W N S E N D s S P E C T fuppofe it is expefted from me upon this and as I think I owe It to myfeif and to your fpsak a few words aeither addrefs you with flattery nor pro Lfpeak to yon very I de may be Clearly underfed by of this opportunity to undertone a wide betweoi the ill and the fenfe of the Li I received in this nth my worthy friend and colleague your thanks and without y from me was ele6ba by iu fffitaf candidates to be returned to the v of Aldermen for their choice of It happenedjfinee that except one ioore on my forry for the arts which have been JJic me iui for they have better If merited an he oc did he Ihoxild have treated it with contempt If or a agaiaftaay why did whydoes he feek a gentlemaus fatisfaftion On lad at the Court of Kenrtett called for the finned to pay fixty pwnds for the flau told that as he had now been Alderman thrre it was high time it mould The other Aldermen faid the and that it was very unjuft he by not paying his enjoy the benefit of Wilkes that he had no money but would as foonas he officiate as It is faidthe Committee fr the coach is fummoned to meet next Tuefday on which day if Wilkes does not pay the his deed will be returned to him and he will be excluded from partaking of their fub fcription and will be left to provide zftttie coach tor It is faid BorwicFs election to the office of Briigemafter laft in the City of London has exceedingly Wilkes his adherents becaufe otlier candidate who had out of his poverty fubfcribed feven guineas to him from the KingVEenchprifon whereas Eornvick was fo far from fubfcribing to the that he arrefted him within this hit twelve for a debt of and though Wilkes made him go through all the procefs and of the Borwick at length re jd both debt and and refolutely refufed to to any offers of The dinner at Joinershall was much and the turtle and venifon had particular compli ments The only wines on tlie tables were Madeira and The Re corder was at and the following and It was Wilkss audit was thought very ftrange that the laft gentlemen mould coine to Joinershail in particular civility if they meant him as the anonymaus paragraph Wilfon met with great applaufe on Saturday at The mufic was playing aScqtch tune on which the venerable Mafter Let us have none of your Scotch tunes if you I will come andbreak yonr The Miniflry have at they are to have him indifled on the black acl for af with in a riotous dif guifed in a Livery on Saturday morning laft at The penalty is tranfportation for feven The at law of the Ware de termined immediately to take out a corrimHTion oi lunacy to prevent a feciond Pynfent af to reft the proof of madnefs prin cipally On his rambling through thejnob on Saturday morning difguifed hi a Livery Letters from Stockholm of the aoth of laft month fay Oneof the principal perfons of the Revenue here has lately abfconded with cam and papers to the amauut of feveral he is fuppofed to for Admiral Elpninftone has quitted the Ernprefs of Ruffias Inthe which has been heiImperial Majefty returns him thanks for his t is faid many of the EnghOi Jailors kit the Radian fleet on this werj the under the command of Colonel who formed a femicircle within which were the officers of the who were invited en this oc calion by the Lords of the to attend the and Captains Thonapfonj Oppdfite to the royal ano ther as erected for the and the Commif fioners of the Navy and Victualling Office the right and many for the reception of the ladies and Their being preceded by their attendants fome gave all of them an opportunity of vifiting the fhip and whn the King and Queen they were received with univerfal and immediately the yachts and Levant who were moored in a line manned their and gave three chrers after which they fainted with twentyone and drefTed their fhips with the colours of all The King then vifited the attended by the captains the nd the officers of fhe The continued with her attendants in the Upon his Majeftys the carpenters began to cut away the and in a fhort time the fhip launched from the amidft the acclamations of a numerous concourfc of The river was co vered with and altogether it was the moft fight ever exhibited upon fuch rxcafion noUvithftanding this prodigious cf no accident ex cept Mils one of die Maids of not Lady Charlotte as has been mentioned lipping down the ftaircafe in her return from the A man was ducked in the maftpond for pick ng of After the people were a moft fuperb en ertainment was provided by the Lords of the Ad miralty for the Captains of the The tables were fpread in the and con trivcd to dine two hundred people there were Cx and a defert of every thing rare or out unfortunately there was only company enough to fill one The builder and the other officers of the yard afo gave entertainments to their friends at their own The from s arrived in fhe after having thrown part of her cargo in the The is ftranded in the harbour of occafionedby the late andfeveral other veffels drove out to The from is overfetat Laft Friday Richard Neville with his fon fet out for the of A Vifpute happening at a WeftIndians at where there was a great about the fpelling of the name of a certain Governor of the Leeward Iflands a wager was and agreed to be detcr Mr to Mift Henry hopmetchant of to Mifs to of SbadwelL to of At Edward In David Weft India In attorney at In At his houfe At in many years a phyfician and manmidwife of extenfive carver and gilderj John formerly a but had retired from At his houfe in Peter a celebrated dmftfman in chiefly contributed t the paper machee art to its prefent deathls fuppofed tohaVe been too plentifully night in widow late LieutenafltGeneraT the L O N D GAZE TTE AVERAGE PRICES of C O From to SeptefflBer the C O Wiw cH 2 s t E i Barley 7 I U N TI 6 ES mined by a Court the fervant a has not long been in England was feut for one to with his mafters compliments but not underftanding what he was fent to the no fmall diverfion of the with large pewter and the Doclor gave his compliments to he have no but he fend the fmalleit he Friday afternoon failors jaft come home in an EaftIndiaman were pafllng by Pauls in their way to the they took particular notice of the ftatues round the church one aflced if he knew who thole men were Not fays A perfpn pafTmg by told them they were the twelve The twelve Apoftles fays one of them why I can only fee Bob fays the other would you have them all upon deck at once why they are at watch and I Yefterday atguard mounting in a corporal keeping off the mob received fome bad languagefrom one which the cor poral ffruck nirhbh theSnouth his firelock arid beat out fome of lils The commanding of oflicer ordered the man furgeon of the regiment to be taken care and the corporal to the Thurfday at thrown from hishorfein his return from Walthani and killed on the Wednefday laJl a woniaoat a village called in waftiingrleft pail of ciofe to which her about fix months lay afleep leaving the room but half an on her return the child had flipped off and was ixiffccatedin the 3 u 4 9 5 4 5 5 N frA N 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 4 3 3 10 i 4 8 l 5 4 10 5 4 3 4 3 f i 9 3 11 o 7 3 3 J 3 7 is 3 3 3 4 ii i 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 5 But one retutA receive out of 6 6 j 3 6 3 I 3 Average 65 48 3 COUNTIES upen the 7 I 4 6 5 r j 3 5 6 6 6 3 i O II 2 4 6 6 3 I 6 3 9 5 5 3 5 9 3 6 3 3 3 10 4 3 7 Returns no coniplete 3 3 9 Average North South Wales GENERAL AVE C per 2 I 4 6 j 3 3 f a J per Quarter 49 4 j6 o sb o i 18 o Part of 3 4 a 7 J a a 3 10 f 5 I 33 a 7 Published bty Authority of Parliaments WILLIAM A N K R t P T the arncl Thomas in and Richari ofMilk warehourenen and prartners Ujfrinder the 2irt of three at ten in the three in the af the figrji of the jin in in Days appointed for of Elates James of thi otC Mary vintner the joth of at ten in the at William ivith of at teur the atOuildft jfohn Say fate of the City of but now of berweii in merchant the 3oth of at tpn in the at u Certificates to be allowed to Walter latepartneryrith Thomas the j on or before the 19th of Robert late of Great in tte conaTy f ihoplteeper andgrocar os or
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.