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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 5, 1771, London, Middlesex                                N Price Twopence From OCTOBER to T U E S D A OCTOBER Sold by at in Patcrnofterrovv where Advertifemerus and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who cnufe to be regularly ferved with THIS are del to of and Letters from are alfo received hy Me RICHARDSON snd at the RoyalExchange in Fieetftreet at the Corner of in the Strand Stationer thebottom of the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondftreet and NO WHERE ojipofite1 OCTOBER Froftribe L O N D ON G A Z E T T SEPTEMBER HE repeated reports of the plague having brokeout at at different It is reported that Francis Efq in the two laft Parliiihents for the town of is a candidate for ia the room of Robert Efq appointed Wajrdcn of the to an account delivered in a it that the Court of Chan eeryh S3 at uin have we are j this time in trufl for different the from i the leaft Letter fro aMerchant in 3 M it is very true you have been rightly informed I did vote for and HIL 15 ing many of the principal inhabitants hud left the The crops in Spain have been this year very abundant and the harveft all over the kingdom has been as fine as could be I R His Excellency the Lord Lieu tenant contianes fo as not to be to come Tte EUis from is arrived at Laft Saturday night came ad vice from in the county of that the i n all my for Vet I have not altered ei ther my opinionof or my public princi The poll merely a ftraggle made by Wijks for the fuvereignty of tnecity of London there is in faff or as often asthis qucftion ib oftenfhall I certainly oppofe There is a great difference between affording rfnd yielding The citizens of London well to grant Wikes a among they would be ideots to make him their Men of principle and between icrewof the acoaftine floop this and which arrived there from henre a few to s days before with a lading of were foundform dead in the cabbin on Thurfday As i mark of violence and that the cabbmdoor found the caufe of their death is the more myfteripus H 1 N E W Wind at Came and the and th for for Cadiz and the for Remains in the Downs the Wind N Cams with the India the for Cark and F OCT 4 and tlie illbehaviour of others towards him intitled him to hiiown uni iour in every fituation toward ail man ever and ever exclude him from the When the queftion whether n nf bad fhould be illegally contrary to by an ar hiaiy power in the Crown and its it the duty of eveiy intelligent honef man o protecl him it became a the toncern of cvcv individual it was thcaufe of the nd Wilkess bad public or tifallv fciriajn to the and did not a the merits of the But the n man fhail receive our confidence and be Wiikess own prctenfions to crative iu the city Why he i this the moft hi their return to the tliey irr fiieh i tells us he is engaged I that two of the Governors thought ARRPAI from fff from at v Judith and from from at from ar JBritifh from from ut from rst from at from at Ruffia from at at from at from at Marquis of from the off the from Peterfburgh at L O N O We have authority to aflnre the tlvxt Lord Hochford hasfent a letter laft Week to an eminent tanker in to acquaint the Proprietors of tne Canada that the French Court have ordered payment of all the intereft due on that Jxtra3 of a letter from our correffcndcnt at hall us in his difpofal and fliall confer all our lucrative and ho his own hull deter on of a our accord e or unwilling to to his xnd lend to his projects and the lutd caraler of as is elTential in the and to iirft nlace in our If i rafcalof a known infimous character was ailanltei Defojcmy not quite u infamojs as with intent to murder L would lurely attempt to rrfcuehim from their I would af vvoimds him an but I would i dated i Next Monday we fliall at the Carmelites of a ceremony which will be the mare curious as it is without precedent in the annals of Madame Lqijifa of whofe probation lime i5 going to take the habit and the black and make her lift vows all tlvr Royal Family is to be and a mournful fight it will as forfaking the world to live in folitude is much more aftecVmg3 than the feparation at Before the the Princefs is to be fet at liberty among hr family and all her who will all bv difpiaying their to prevail to qui her retirement but we are certain that fiie is unihrkcn her Next vreek la cour des mannoics in tin to be LeMaure has done fingin nt concerts of Madam who formciiy in is going to means that can be devifed are to to that but the 1 yfit it will abfblutely fill to decay if Madam Cuiiiciys not carae hero to ilt it to rights Hie is the only perlbn iu Europe that could raifc it up Alerter from Paris that there has been an infurreiYion of the populace at on ac count of the dearnels of plundered a and kil fevorai who oppofed We hear that annrret has been sn forbidding the exporfUion of coiii by land or from that and the from all countries The motives Br the Admiral Elphinftcne from her bably guefied at follow ing which we allert On the Admirara nt fome lit th time before hi i uniform ofan Englifti the Empreli card to to ibrne of her perhaps to heal his not p rote liiin from tlie of jullice I would not abet him in his vil much lefs would I him the mafter of my the fteuard of my Becauie my to received him under my of iie cbarafter whfn it was necolfrry to fave life from violence mull pay as little regard to his bad char oiler when he claims my demands the pof feiTion of my houfe as his which only opened to him as aivfuge The cafes are fo widely that it docs not require a man of your uii derfianiig to give tlie proper J trke theie to br exactiy the prefent and former litu ations of I know that the refptclable of Livery of London have all along connder ed the matter in this What I njwotfer to you isiu their juilificatioir as wel as my own fhew Livery f London are much more con t in their than who bring the elnrtje of inconiilleucy againft Tlie Livery of Londoii have joined uniformly in every legal ait which to procure u rcdrefs of grievances they have to afford Wilkrs every kind proleotion from mini lie rial vengeance they have received with open arras every reipfctable camlidate of character and fortune that has been properly of fered to The iivtegrity and of the cty of London fdleflivfl have been manifeiled on every pioper their bevond a former been Ihowercd down on this ungrateful But when he makes them Mich 1uch infolcnt returns wlien he mi thrr for homage when he treats them as Chiirlethe Twelfth did the gcneroiij Swedes who Lnt in one of his boots for a Vicerov by endeavouring to imnoie upon them fuch amdirhres as ani the Livery of Lon don act and to join in a trade that is not gainful he is brother to John Wilkes Powerful recommenaa tions to om it muft be confefled when w confidcr the tri him i If we believethe his brother Heaton is a lyar under his uwn for he uffd theEfquires name and pretended to have hisapprobation not cnlywithout the Enquire contrary to his If the account which Sjfoa has be and in truth I believe no orie doubts what muft think of the integrity of a who having joined wkh the Efijuire in for fuffers that fecurity tobcfdonioufiy de becomes fo far a party in that infamous afe that focurity which he knew had or honeftly or fktisfied by eitherof thebondfmen This man may bevery well crualified for John vote but the Liverywill hardly place in his hands the important truft of Georre toe Ffqinrcs likewife becomesa Liveryman of London this with the iecrct purpofe of being reprefentative hn fole pretinhonsto our he has married the and J Mr Wiikes one hundred pounds a I have not heard any very ftrong or flagrant objec tions to this gentlemans private character he is only to the Efquiris Hke at prcfeniy his principal He too has taken up his the City of London within Little myrc a in order to partake Q its Hchus purchafed from the an annuity a and is iu polfeffion of He has likewife advanced fome confulriable not much 1 fs No wcnder therefore he is now file in his addrefs to the Livery on fourth of laft has made Bull join with hirnfd fin de claring that Reynolds has ona ofoc cafwns convinced them of his integrity stiach ment to the piiblic It is no wonder that Wilkes intend this gentleman for our future But it will be a wonder if the Livery of London ihould o millake the public caufe as to it conlifis in advancing money to Wilkes cr if they build think that man wortliy of their and fit to be trufted witi the fecrets of the who has of at withinafeiv msnths hobbled out of the Cloyfters at Weftrninfter to dent to go ov at a backdoor of the the to reach their own On Friday morning abotiyofnear 100 boys were fefii oitth road to where one of It was fuppofed they werxgoing with an intention to attackhis Oa apothecary gave bail before the LordMayer foi his appearance at fehenext feflions at for rrriking t e City Marflial the day before The fame day the two men who were taken up laft Friday for afiauhing Alderihan the day as he was corning out of give bail before the LordMayor for their appeaiance at tlie next become a Liveyman of He is immediatdy made Mnfttr of Wilkcss company of and has ferioufly declared his intention of being our Sheriff next If flattery would have earned a the Doctor had not miffed it but he forgot that the afs in the fable was corrected when he attempted to fawn upon his mafter like the The poor Doctor as Junius fays of himfclf was not converfant in the language of was difmified frpm and from a rank old Jacobite became a modcfn He is however to be commended for his who aving aimed at a mitre can now be contented with an It is not wonderful that Wilkes fhould indulge this rancorous old ideot in his djtage he has the ufe of his receives a few guinea from an i expects a large ligxry the more ridiculous the andth more grofs the impofitsow on the greater fund does it afford for and the more lignal i the milance of his But it would be it range hide d if the Livery of London fhould dance to this ualefs they were all and fearful left the Dotfor fhould break their I will not infulfc you by on the import ance of Martin from ajjj Mafcal from Their jugtiing tiicks with and the devotion of their lives and their oratory and their ps are exploded even by the blackguards not more Thffc 0 Tlitfi are at preftm fitc only diilinguifliod adhe rents of Jojui 1 heie are the Leader What inxill they be ho arc led Thedehilion is fo grois and that I proteft to my dear I fometimer imagine myielf not in OnThurfday as attorney in the was reurning from hoife took and flung him ngninft a waggon he was taken but expired Toon On Saturday evening Jn dropt down dead as he was fitting George where he went in good health to fpend the Ytlierday afternoon two houfes fell down in by which accident a woman was feveral more were buried under the and workmen wee employed immediately to clear away the rubbifh wjich covered Saturday girlof the town was found deadin Georgesfield1there was a bruife on her as if given by a large which is fup pofed to have kilcd f Yefterday man was out of the Newriver near Canonburyhoufe he was put into a and carried to bone houfe to be Harry Efq to be Major izi the z3d regiment of The Right the Earl kerville to Mifs William of to Alifs Sarau of Samutl of Ham in to Mifs daughter Efq of Hambledon in John Vfoollen of Henrietta to Mils cf Jcr Thomas to daughter of ofRul At Sir Anthony at Albyns ia Dn vhjity in the Univerfity of aad of At Little Jofeph Jeffup houfe in a Wilam Lite of in Uesper to the icth and and j6th Novernb ttn in the at fign of the e in the City of John in Thomas of the parilh of in anJ Wiilinm of the builders and partners to the 16 h and 26th and r6ih of ar ten in the at in iir llatclift iays appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts Eliats to William Srartin late of in and partners she at ten in the at ti y A gfl Hen and in FIJCAL Di vi John Purpool in the of Andrew in mcichinrj the 5th of NQ at ten iji the at Joln of th parifh of in Mid llopfeller tlu 5th of at In the fore dlefe at FINAL Jonathan Smith of in the county of keeper the a6th at eleven in the at Ceriihciae to be to William Ute of StanweH in meahnan on or before thei6th Ikriy Wall Peter Rci of near in s and copartners the i even the minifteria intereft in n particular election in ordtr to fucccfsfully the infatuation of lbie of their and to yield the apparent of one year tc in order to fave theiniclves from a nioit1 ami much more The ficuuiioii of thrtity of and the inlults to their undcrltandiiiif by kt honefl man a cuoice or a doubt upon the prrfent Lei me recount to you a few notorious di not d from them judge of your principles and his this that man fhould quit her her We hear that Lord ng a military scademy is le iuoa De earrieti into extc art wSi had thrnwn oF J hjmlblf for oar of London merely he de hi jnirpcc he is a and tt the pi imnlfvl i E tlit but hi 1 hare his v ure i but Slinkefpearci inchvmtcd where the took the drunken BoatCwiun fora However admit cf fome rational ex and if vcu delire it you mull have it in my It is a Dutch with her cruw and carg is coninj round the ifland of The Governors of Heath Upper AflUunt at Itoi to the Mafterfiiip of on Thus day in prefertnce to who Affittnnt to the late fo difagieeable to the fbon afttr they were of they nilemblcd and proceeded in to the inn liie Cicvcrnor met the purpoii of the and KJ iirft difapprobation cf their choice by hillings and they upon the liar ion of one of tbe and di ito threw it ths u broke jji pieceSj tiicr J For d N the U S i of SCHOOL NEW an f the By Ii 1 L I Formsriy to his Royal HUrirvifs the Duke c5f and to his hte Elegant LATIN LETTERS to j his Royal Highnefs tu Duki of arjJ Princrfs ex onerfiMjs Cicsrrnh AXT in i 6 or Comps on the Printvrri fjr r ui MetiioH of TEACHING LANi i with For the In CIC fh v The in A new harnifom Latin corretttd 1 piivac y of hta enitions hi i ci hy WILLIAM of iy nriv tditirns of sVciks HOXACE and ai tie prices siJiiwanLtf o   

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