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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 12, 1771, London, Middlesex y V L O O N4 Pries From OCTOBER to OCTOBER iii f Sold by M Letters of ratellitenee are taken in iftd thdfe vvfco difafl to bi rfguftfty to in the bouSm Qhifing the Corner of Craig New Bondftreetj and NO WHERE OCTOBER L N B ET HIS day the Right Jfon by com Worn or his Ma jeftys Honourable and took his at the Board ac the o7a joy to ins the jwhole are both His a few diysbefore i eeiyedthe iuews of trie Grand Cachefs of TufcanyV ajid had ordered three days of gala thcfe werei on prefect converted into days of great AH which has on fifiijlar eeca laid out in pubiick arid other fefti is now to be employed in portions for unmar ried Sinct our arrwed two Jttails from The coronation of the King will aot take place at the time which his Majefty had fixed for it beeaufe it is previous to tbe that his Majefty fhpuld fign all the that wilt be prefented to him by the Diet for fecurity pf the fyftefn FroM tie Frontier sf TranftlTjania Some perfons who pafled by Ibrail that AMy Pacha hearing that the garrifon that place was very had attacked The npifeof the cannon which thofe perfons federal other circum feeni to ceufirm the nrwg of ttte retaking that forttds byihe which has been mentioned times lately 1 Kan of the Crimea feth and his flight fioaed Priaiie ijofgofttcki to proceed to tlie of a to put the finlfhipg with him and the Cklefg to negotiation for peace which lias been Sfyftrgfier Lafc Frrcfay as the XtZarquLi JiJiiuflicr histnpftj Faithful was going out of the Kings he was attacked in his in the midft of the horfegtiards who accompanied by a young countryman ahaoft who threw a ftone at him ttith fuch tfaat it fplit tbe againft which it happily hit he had not time to throw by who would have ait him to had not the Marquis forbid their hurting This wretch did not en deavour to and only feerns to regret hisnot being killed by the guards he was immediately car ried of the Laft which ferved fur a foyal on board of which there was a large quantity of tar ami which was all burnt j thislofs is valued at the his Royal High nefs the Duke of Gloucefter fet fail for There has beew a terrible inundation in the city of The i6th inftant it from noon till four oclock without aind in that rime a prodigious quantity water Eight perfons were drowned in the town the country Suffered more the vines planted wereentirely rooted two houfes furniture and cattle carried a great number of people All the Flanders bring ut lad accounts of the the bonded which has out makes great havock AuguJI We hearfrom Sir William Johnfoa is now holding afipngrefs at bis feat at Johnfon the Chiefs tbe Six in confaquence of fome importarjt intelli gence he has received the c o irN r R y N E w Yefterday bemgthe firft day of the following reverend gentlemen were officers of the Univerfity for the year en of Trinity Naf of Corpus of of Mo of of of of King Thurfday the Mailer of Pem was admitted to the degree of Doclor in Divinity in this by royal S H 1 V N E W Wind and failed for the his Majefty ffaips Mars and and Cniizer floop j the from Nevis and Chriftopherj from Remain the India and fhips as Faffed by the Prince of from Guemiry from Black j Lawfonj tiHbnr ffland Awtero fromCadiz S a ccefs Fjjur fron tlie Tortola from ARRIVALS at the following Ports from from at from at from at from at Sti at Nsal frojr London and GrenacJeSj at at 11 and at Mt from at from at from at Ruffia at from at Jean from in the from in from at CaroJinaj from in the from at from off True late from at from at at from at Kfngfton from at Tyeer from from at from at from at the from at at Smihx iroiin at L t N D O to the return of Admiral Knowles from Rarfialis in as that gentlemanis now there with his and in great with the cectain that his foa arrived from Peteffburgh about three weeks Which it is imagined might have given rife to the from that there are to be no moreNuncias from the Pope admitted into ami that icil which ufed to conic unrler their for the bedeclrfed by the Prince marine been called from half pay ffpon aftual it being fettled tloat no new ones hall be appointed on that eftiMifhineul tiiithe old ones are provided Preparations are making for the marriage of the Right the Earl of Suffolk and Lady Sufannah which is to be next It is faid Lord Baltimore has bequeathed a very hand fome to Sir Stephen Theodore A letter from dated the 8th of that of the True who is arrived there from brings an account that he fpoke with the Granville from the above by whom he learnt that the vefTels on fhore in the gulf of Florida were two Spanifh men of war and fix mer chantmen from the Havannah to The from Dublin is put into Ramfgate harbour in great and mull unload part of her cargo can pro The late Africa and Kitts to is ftranded near The from Remo to Ham was totally loft on Monday laft oh the Good win A correfpshdent has fent us the followirig recipe for effectually prefervingturnepsfrofnthe mentioned fome time as having proved very deftruftive this fealbn to the grdwth of that ufeful vegetable Juft before the feeds are let them be thrown into after being trained fprinkled over with wivum as will make them This nje he has been praSiled by many whole acres of fown as above di have fcarcely found one damaged either by the fly or Extracl of a Letter from a Gentleman near to bu Friend in A gentlemans a boy about fix years of whom was vaftly happening to do trifling thing which difpleafed his he gave him a box on the fide of the which imme diately caufed him to bleed at the nofe and and of which be ditrt in three hours j the father was fo much mocked at the accident snd the fatal confc that he went raving and died lo in three Yelterday morning the northern mail was robbed onEndfeld Tlie villains tied the poft boy to a and thun with pickaxes brokeopen i it was made on the new Irifc Jnformation has been made atthe office i that on PritUy btftiveeq oi ieven and four or merr tomniitted feveraj robberies near It is apprehended that the above iaft Saturday night all togetber at a houfe WettI OTnfter wheie they which fent to Sir John On Saturday laft was by John Plumftead in the noted who has for tltree itjjtteddiversrobberiei on he neigh and all tbe Ken tifh from Roehefter tp He was mitted by Jones to Maidftone Thudday a feivant of fell into a cooler of was taken out but died on Friday in On Saturday lail the Stotherd brother to Sir Anthony was inftailed Archdea by the Lord Bifliop the room Sir Robert to be a Captain lu tbe joth regiment of J mes Mor Efq to be barrackmatter of Halifax in No The lady of George Kemby Efq delivered of a fon at his houfe in Ox fordroad Lady of of delivered of Edward Efq to Elizabeth of New Eiias to Mils Elizabeth Ann of in Sir John At William At a lingering Lady the of and in In John At Lady In Jacob Efq formeijy iu the and A Lieutenant under the Diike of in the reign of An Wai one of the Su pervifors belonging to the Gardener at At mother to the celebrated of Druiylane In John In King Edward Efqj Counfellor at In Ox ford Elinor a nviiden faid to be worth in the From tbe LONDON AVERAGE PRICES of From September a to September By the Standard WINCH ESTER Bufhel of Eifht Barley Yefterday in following bags of which had been out of the North mail in the were found unopened in a ditch not far from the place ere the robbery was committed j and brought to the General Port Wetlierbyj Mor Falking j BarneV TadcrJcerj C O U N T E 3 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 Hutone return out of this ft o I o 2 4 6 5 9 5 5 5 W 6 3 S 6 G I N E R L 6 il 2 per 48 8 36 o I 15 4 Part of Barley North Wales Pubiifhed by Authority of WiLLlAM N K R if p of fto furrener the to and i6th i3d at three af the Rpfit of at f j Jiran in the eounty furrcSder the a the figaof in thecitjrof Attorncyj in in the Lid of the parifh af James liberty of NiVeflminftco in the county the igth at ten iii at elcveri in the Abraham ih of the i at ten in the at GutlcihaiL Wingficld John the thr 7th of at flVe Th kKe afferv at Elus rfe h of the4tK ofNovefnterJ at ten in tke ftTenOiJrii Qirifdjuir John now or lite of the ijth of at five in the at William of the of on tlie in the county of the fjth of NoVemberi st five in atGuildhalij James of nach the of at elevenin the at RXndolph of in of tinlhan and the 4th of at in the at the Red lion in in county of FINAL William of the of at ten in the at the White in upon Edward hte of Lombwdttreer jeweN ler tha 3Oth at in the at ijfc New in in the county of Cerrtficalfcs to be allowed1 to John hte of Birminghanr in the county on or before thild of Henry of en of before the ad of William of Little RnlTel in the parifh of in of coach ba or before the 3d of Ocb Y four oclock tbe foftboy tbe wattcarriage with tke NortbRoaJ mails from this was attacked and robbed by tbe roaS fo tbe Loy and ordered him to into an inclsftd field fome from tke alter binding bis bands and hgs and leaving bim abjut thirty yards from tbe the cut and broke of en tbc roof cf and ftole thereout the ivboic North except tke bag and in the afternoon the greater part of the were found unopened in a not far from the place itif the rcbberj and ivere immenkately wardedJrom hence by ixprcfs but the bagf of letters are Spal Horft Wifbichj and the Scotch Tbe perfons who committed ibis robbery are defcribf1 to one o them a tniiitle man about five jeti feijeii or eight inches wort kis hat flapped all and had on a light cotvured treat coat the other middle aged about five feet fix or inchts wore a cockd and a blue grecii Whoever jhaltapprehend aad or caufe to bt and bvtb or t it her of tbe perfons who committed this iwl beintitUd to areivarl oj TWO HUNDRED ever and above reward gijen by afi of parliament for apprehending of highwaymen t ifanv pefon whether an accomplice irtihe faid or knowing make dif covery ivhertby both or either of tbeperfons ivbo ccm mitted the fame may beapprehended and brought to juf difcwerer upon couyiflioti of btth of either of the be iiititled to the fame reward of TlfO HUNDRED and will alfo revive bis Ma jejly s mi ft gracious By comthdnd of the NAT H AN IE Stfi E T inthe of Intending to leave off IVE S Thathe iritrnda felling oiff ail jn of a JarjfC qoantity and vanety of and Iranmbngers all which hajbeenhrtely laid and will now he Told withia prtnic Steel this furrlier That al perfons to him mufl chj fo at his or to Richard Laurencein who is empowered to the fame fuciVdebtors will be furj without p i i r r 11 FHB tne a Jirgi sad cowmodious at in Middlcfex late 9 of Lady M ryTryon and if fur the reception young icrms are for teaching and fix entrance and lu will take cars to provide thf rnafters tor and every proper Pair will h fHiopl on Monday tbe I4th As a highly has beeit to my condyft Ifijij myfelf mider the ncceffity of the Jifturbanc th young were hvwrl every method in my pcrwe to check their violence j j gave them the moft prefentatin my competitors JFW tlje prvp I appeal to every peiion who faw me 7 SAMUEL
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