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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 1, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Price Twopence From OCTOBER T S U R S D OCTOBER Sold by B LAO in Paternofterrow where tofcn Articles of an4 Letters in Fieetftreet at the Corner of jo tfe the Corner of f tad Letrets of areidefired f by arid at the RoyalExchange the bottom of c frcw Bonditoet tad NO WHERE urJ where thofe who chafe to regularly ferved with Dunftana E D N E S D A from the L 0 A Bv is received 8f arrival of the Ventttrti to grant tinto Robert of Tower Gold gate off Th k to quit Vera Crut in to be worth ftveri i in tpetiS and mH fions in The flota will aot be ready to before the pleafed ij Deeper Mridun his Wafers of tfie coinage of the Tower and have An oMcer of on foreign lias been I for breaking Sonw letters bjought by the Uii that his Catholic Majefty hadtfitJerI edifts oqncernTrigthe exunrjlioa Jefuits iii his and that he had letters to the Hofy are received at that feme been both to fhe Shippingand a feocji Ifcteh fr hofe weapbos daugerong wrefted oot of ittJt Qlljpointed tocthe 6uue Iktle jealoofftfe different MsreeT to thfcm ftcfm rfieetrngrn But as of the printers Slight be ftill Gold 3 an within that of Creatfcrierfri the room Efqi at 3 I WiaJ E Came demand from WwYork and Diana front Rernahte ibe India GB Paffefl by law Thaajpfca i Potafircft Whederj 5 Peari j Latnberti x Harfiton i Caddy Ham Taylor and Jofm aftd from Krerttursbj and Two from Norway i from Stockholm j Biight from from O awl Hamburgh from at the taftorv from PHttoeof frbtn ar Free from at La at from at y John from at from from Landpn arfd at from at Marfel at Three frosn at dltt0 HujnphrcTV from Charming UgMfrhj t from at from at at John and rVbrrr from at Thiec from at Havrede from at South from at from at from at from at Jongc Jelle from Thomas and from at Amitys from the GicnaJes at di JiiVier and from at from at Duice from at Betfey from at from at from at from at from at from at fvom at from the at from at at from from at Smth Caroling Qoreo from Carolina from at at rL D O noon the parliament of this kingdom was to the of Noveniber Thearticle in foaie of the mentioning the Spaniftv Attvbaaador been aad ordered to raturn taking deftitute of It is confidently faid at that the Spaniards have declaredto the Freneh Court tKeir abfolxite in tentions of affirting the even in Court honkl refufe their Certain advice received irom that the Grand Signior has the Court of Prance for ifiiflance againft the The iaaieldvice thcCourt of Spain have made iolicitations in favour of the fhe laft letters from Gibraltar that the is heal the fortifications that live of ft Letter frm lift letters VkriiwL obferverttat Eijrperor was not very well with his journey tM troops of the Inwrial army en nflt being in fo good condition In they are gre itly decriafed ficfeatfi sjefei it is thought they will vo into winter Thefe Utters Sat tfce anfwer made by the Court of Peterfbourgrtd atioa between Ruffia and the is fuch A letter fronv dwted Lsrft Fri RiiadStt w4d6w of a Treafurer of the This Lady was rigidly been received the facrameiits tlie before this unhappy frorh that Orders have been uTtfed the Lewd Lieutenants office in that city to all for an exaft account tobetaiipen of all the wafte that in tox their and converted into pafture and Attite CoramonhaH on Allen attempted tofpeak te the Hall ftorn the but it unufual he to gy xipon the The Sheriffs thinking it improper that any peffpa Chould fpeak tvhile the was cojild theLorfl JVjayjrre fjurted he mo him 5 the Hall cafled hrin Orie for the other agrinft was enough to AJleiij with out tbtt Icaft apologifed irv fol yoxm a manias I cannot be be raaflsJr of therules of this f through be puilty of I hope the uprightnsfsof my Jntentions plead and priEvail unoi ih fbme ftj grant your tfeere was a hoot of and hear him hear him 1 war reechoed Alien then begup with payinff the Livery a which in the wenteetefl He told that notwirhftanding the refttfttonswhich nadteen caftupon a fet j nrifcresiMS atthe other end of the epithet drega of and rf tlie which had been molt bountifully he fliould everefteem it an honour to be con fidered as one of who had ever diftinguifiied not as venal and but as a vir independent fet of He informed that they were aflemWed there for the purpofe of nominating two perfons to be returned to the Court of out of which they were obliged to make choice of one to fill the Chair for the year en He the critical fituation of affairs ren dered it abfolutfly neceffary that they ihould be ex tremely circumfpeft whom they truAed upon this oc cafion and hoped that the Djemon of Difcord would be from among and that they would be unanimous in fixing upon proper perforw to execute fb important an office but before they he begged leave to the a the Ujfult that in of their Chief Magiflmte He of it for com iabriifir the former was corqauteed to pickirrg 9 notes and drafts to amourit r carried before the ns wasrcarnea perore tue haying had they been guilty of lasfUjf of their to accordingly to rlaf on derate and unbiaffed by paity defined the pri vikges the of without fornuch making the rsention of his own Captain Allen was tlyeQquarters of an hour ad1 the his ydf obferving with fome poignancy ipn thf thv which he humoroufly but left the Hall to draw their own in feretKjes and Throughout his ha raHgiie he clear and Alderman Nafli leaving thj hall yefterday was treated by the populace with great gnd it was with difficulty he got fafe to his A who is a fmcere friend to the liberty rf the that he cannot otherwife than Alderman Townfends fpiiit in his reply to Wilkess Committee it he that Townfeud is above making any mean aad jeiis himSAF reftitude of his An number ofhands ftre now employed in feveial of the private in fitting out the ui theEaltIndia contrafi are to afloat the 8th Britifli from U arfmrd atHttllivith two The Rtaho the i en Hore near Her loading rhUf iii lie taken out before fhe can be got of hof hlve the lioufes on the Weft fide of ffiWrtly pulJed i cornmedious M Donald T admitted Fellows of the Royal college of Vve hear that the Tnftaihfion preparing to pre ffnted at both our are upon quite rertt phns thitat Jbe old going as far as firft of the ordtr of garter and that M the defigned for an exatl repre of ths Initiation at Jeremiah Efq vvhofe was mentioned yefterday inifinformation ia greatly reco vered from his late Laft ThuriUay a gentleman angling in Sheppertcn decp caught a trout of fourteen pounds Thurfday two who lived at having fome words concerning an uncle who had been a great benefactor to one of they went out into a and fought a con fiderable when one gave ether fb violent a bisw on the temples that he expired aimcft inftantly this cataftrophe threw the furvivor into fuch sn agony of that he has continued ever fince raving About ten oclock on Moncny a very decent couple came to be narrried at Whitcchapel church ori brklegroprji in fellow who pleaded prior prortrtfe froin trfe Sildef end the qu LI j very ntficulous an the fellow was permitted to tfe and mitted to the Pciikrycompter till he can fciit The fliftfe day k ftopt offeping to Wifa QoJfviiyigJonvof itsteing and carried bSfcre fittUxf It appeared that the a out of picked at Maiybonegardens j tiiat prffaner had lately pa wuei Several f and not being able to au account in vhat laan nerhegot a he was fent to comptcr further night two about fourteen years of vrejttaken up for picking a in ofhis Efq to Cap tain of a troop in the regirrient Edmorid Efq to be Captain of a pany ia the oth regiment of JR the room of James James S to Lieutenant in the third reginisnt of in the room of James The Jolfll to the reftory of Hope MARRI2D1 Natbaniei of to Mils Elizabeth of Oxford Ac JoKa Ann both of that At Ifleworth William Efq to Mils John of aged toMrk of her fourth who were all barbers j piefent ferved his time to the who has dead about two flock tbe other if they did tin tfcan fary adhering to their charters and to aatfrj j if their pretended crirne te been aSing vith integrity in maintain ingour privileges defending our liberties as free in been pjerety the executing of jufiite 5 I flatter jnyfdi that you wlfl join withnie ia fheir commitment as one of the moft rapft in JTirious ails which has hitherto Not that I attribute thofemeafures to bivMa jeity i his is muck too good of mit him to plan or to execute them I am convinced they procied from another I fay the pernicioa gale comes from and from as long as it continqes it will eternally bltfl eyerj plant which rprouts forth of Judice his was trulyelegant be that poor deferted as he was in the nay fo far as to have every door flung in her forced feek for refuge turned towards the thega res of that Cify open ihe embraced the opportunity fie4 into the aruns your Oliver he then expatiated the po v theHoufeof the of He times but adraltted by tbe in iheif r iticmaifneVTby knocking af the foas ceremony on which theBridegroom the Clergyman to ftopi went and after feyerely chaftifed the in ifhis Hltimed as1 have fettled matters you Ay go on without Sunday years fon of at bathing in a pondrlear his fathers got oat of his depth and was drown Monday foreman of the Jamaica and oneof lockers to the Eaft was taken the near the Old Early yefterday morning a poor woman was found dead in Georges fielils he did not appear to have any marks of violence about 1 to the fliort thickfer who appears to be about years of of a frefli dreffed in blue with fmall refemWmg the uniform of the Greenwich has for thefe two years back frequented Itenfingtongajdens and often with a bdok ift his hand he feldom fails to accoft every weHdreffed perfon Ive and tella them a lament aihle ftoryof the he has undergone in the thnt he unufed to hopes it wilt be tajtenamift if he folicits their benevolence It Ta kriown that this fellow has often collected jji rpanded ready to receive He mUJtttely recounted at profaue oathi when corq a tavern lalt not jnany from twp men earned before tte fitting one Hie otlters At his feat at Acorn In Sir William His large for to bis of Hall gafth in the county of whofa only fon buried on the feme day with Sjr At Edmburghj Sir Robert Receiver General of the Cuftoms there 5 which omcre is one of therriofHucraEJve in it isVaidto Beworlfi At ia Wjjliam Chrif of in At Feter At Elizabeth At in Mark Efqj he wanted only three days of being of which had he he would have taken poffeffion of a very large eiUte left him fome time fince by his Daniel of jjweller tJ furrender the tith and I4h at ten in the and of atfjurln the at fiuilj in Samuel of in of John in hakcr 5 10 furrender the 5th at ten in the the izth and of fiur in the n in n the John Hogg George 1te cf cofteamen to fuirendcr theyth th at aad at Fore Wiiham late cf Share in faftor to furrender the T7th anfl iSth 4rtd of at ten injiie at the fign of thf Ship in John Brrwnej or in laysappointed the of Bankrupts Elites to John late of the city of Mift cbapmM j the at thr e in at in tlie marksf of the faid city William of Littje Ruflellftreet in in coach wheel rfghtfj ibei6tb at ten in ihe at Skeig of near woolilapkr the j6ih of at ifl at Abraham of HariovchfqHajrei ift merchant the nth ef at ftrorin at Ijtc of in the itnh at ten in the at FIN AL Di John of th 41 b at ten ia rhe af ia lji 2th of ai four In at CtarKsLj Roche ani Sobert both warehoufernen and partners the id vcma fcen in the at EiQldC John of j the ijjik of at ten ip at George of the city of the ift of at ted in the of the himlst yf IjuoHan jAth ef st ten ia the at nf rfle in the parift of Sti tfee goth at ten G in iha   

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