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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 15, 1771, London, Middlesex Pririe From T U DA OCTOBER to R D A OCTOBER Sold by Si B at in j Where AdverdfcmcHts Ltittfs of jntdligeaee are taken thd where rtiofe who chufe to be regdlirly ferved with Articles of and Letters in the Corner i HIS arc apurea crs from by at oppofite Dbnftan 3 the Corner Jifiitfwiiii the bottom of Charltfgicrois i ornerof NO H j iV L j Vi iperate in ordertS mokclupes ofthe un wary t the atlionshave Prince the im patiently expels a courier cle Ro tlie having received a letter from that officer laft adviiinj that the Grand encourageil went bythe little advSntnge he gained over the Ottomau On at had piTeI the Danube with Ijis whole arid hs de m marching in order to meet him give hiifl to ffee battle So rrnay expeflto hear of an engage11 atftfreeMiles the ceniecpiVneeis of which may ptobabIy de termine whether the war will continue or peace be between the Turksand Some letters Copenhagen that of Denmark has removed one of hisokleil wlio has done efjentnal fervice to his ceun and obliged him to retire People talk differently of his Majeftys fljotives for taking this Extrafl of a tetter from His in nrder to fecure a quiet and eafy for thofe who have behaved well iy TheKing h to giant Roope of trie B and his arid authority ffume and take the furnitme of and alfo to bear the amis of in compliance with tie queft of Margaret of mthe county of G O U N T Y N E W tfe Pinkney while at anchor hi got upon another Clips which went through her tad foon after flie She was loaded with goods to the value or moft of it is much to be will be S H I F N W Wind blows Ar rived thd Maryland Jef ferys from the Grenades from and from Remain the fhips as Bailed by the from the Grenade from Jamaica from and from ARRIVALS at the following Pm from at from at PrufTian from at from at from n from at from at from at Two frorix at from at from at Lancafter from at from from at from at New from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at New from at at from at LirtJe from at from at from at from at from at frcrm at from at from at from at Leghorn frorr at from at from at from in the from at Amiable from at Poftf from at from at from at from at from Mufquito at from at from at from at from at from at from at L O J D O The return of their Majefties to the Queens Palace FrrJYn Richmond depends on the clemency of the and no time is yet fixed for their coming to ftay In The Duke of Glpucefter failed from Minorca for Genoa on the aad of It is that there is at prefent a great di ysfion amongft the Rockingham This fracas is faid to be brought about by Ibme late negotiations in the fxlrafl of a Letie from on board bis Mfjfflfs fcip dated frjin in I take this by the to let you know arrived here fafely on the of We are to fail for Main on the 8th to fee what the Spaniards are doing for ftis reported here they have taken one of our floafW wllrc h belonged to Commodore MKenzie and the and going aovn to keep an eye upon them for two or tKree and return to PortRoyal Extratt ofaLetterfrerfrtbe of aur Companyfell days ago in a manner aim oft in hath that for the fature they fhall have the of Clerks places in the and of the inferior offices in the different dqxirtments of The college of the generality to whom the above order of the Kins is are to enquire arnpng the foldury for fuhjefls qualified to fill fvich without regard to what countries they are natives of it will be fufficient that they have ferved without reproach a certain number of A letter from dated On the 13th ultthe Elector Cuifed to be publimed a very levere cciift all monopolizers of to render thcmfelves abfolnte matters of tlie price of buy it up from the carriers on the road before i can reach the Tt is faid that 15 fail of Ruflian fliips of war are to winter at and fit mt there early in the for the The Rofe from to is on fhore the Sandwich and will be On the 8th the hip Anne and Elizabeth of Axell Auberg bound Bourdeaux in laden with and other was driven on aVout four mils to the Weftward of upon the coaft of and nfl thepeopi except Anders the were Tiie from Virginia to is afhore at Pile and the ground tecr under A large hip is on more on the coaft of SufTex it is thought that me is a her name Letters from Yarmouth that two laree names were lott tliere on Friday lad the1 itb and all the crews are fupppfsd to have DJNNisrcs Aiffkitr h the v Lo H D on being prefcnted the Freedom of this CHAMRERLAI I am to requeft the favour of youto reprefent me to the and Commons of as duly tenfible of the I muft unmerited honour they have done me for there is little merit in acting on ones own arid I with a pretend to any ConvincLd that our nappy constitution has given us the moft perfect fyftem of government the world has and that itis therefore ouj common and duty to opppfe every and combat that tends to impair it any other conduct than that which the City of Lon don has been pleafed to diftinguifh by its approba muft in my own judgment have rendered me equally unworthy of the office I had then the honour to hold through his Majeftys and of the truft in me as ene of the reprefentatives of the To difcharge faithfully the duties of whatever fituatioa we are placed in is among the firft of honeft To be thought to have done I confuier as a Confequently I cannot but reel a high degree of fatisfaclion in thisteftimony of the good opinion of fo respectable a body as the Citizens of London and it is no inconliderable addition to that that it gives me a nearer relation to who have been uhinlly among the foremeft to afTert andmaintain thofe legal and conftirutional which are clltntial to the general interefts cf the I nothing to but my acknowledg ments to you for the obljgng exprefFiohs you hiive your March Had the frefeut been made to Wakes as was moved for in of not withftanding hisimany yet nnmbefs of the would have been of fhat he vvcHild hayxej had cuptAamjidj A that though Wrkess enemies will not allow him the Cup ef he ift make them drink the Cup ifBitter The LordMayor be Ms cipiiicook dpringiiis AH the fervauts at the employed under the be fuc ceeded by We hear that a morning preadher ata certaih church hundred Smiles from Cheapfide is ap pointed Chriplain to the LordMayor The correipwndent who fent ui tlie above ffiySj now the minifterial Aldermen are corlie jwedo not worukr to fee the Kings forward to city There isifcarce a of rrfebvit is increafing in The hatmakersof Have advertijisd in tlie produce oftheirrnanu will this The lady wha larety fled from Woolwich ang matrofsof that was taken on in and lent to Woolwich under the care of two TiprlatFs of the Court of Saturday Jaft Jullice of went through the pariih of with proper and weighed the bread in the bakers and took and brought away a coach load of which he diftributed to the poor of that psrifli the halfpeck loaves moftly wanted from eiglit to twelve and the quarterns from three to fe ven Tne ofFeijders were fined in two hillings an which fines he gave tothe charityfchool of This how it is to infpedt bakers A letter from Scotland that Ebenezer Efq a merchant of this viewing his ironworks a large piece of iron fell upon him which was craning and killed him on the One day luft week a fierce belonging to a farmer at near Windfor liioke out of the farmers and got into the of Efq at that and gored five of his t dries to and almoft killed another they were fine ftout fo that thj lofs is very Oil Monday a child ot four years oldhad his eye beat out in by a ball which flew ovr from tiie fivesplayers in the Monday about nine a horfe and drove by a was topped by three ruffians at the door of the Green Man in Tooky who fo far intimidated the that he ran awayj they then took the horfe out of the tabbed himwith their knives until the creature dront down Although upwards of twenty faw cruel no one had enough to Itop as the like fate to all morning a man was committed to New gate by Sir charged with having rob bed the mail on Suiday morning He had put up his on Monday evening at an inn in Bihopf from whence lie traced to the Bo where he was He huda brace of piltols and three watches about Lait thv highwayman who committed feveral robberies near about the latter end of Auguft was apprehended near and comniittecl by Sir John On Monday morning lad fomevillnins broke into in andHole plate to a fame morning anotherhoufe in Aldermanbufy was broke as is tlie fame and robbed of to the Value of 350 Robert Efq of King to Mils of North at to Mifs Maria ofTurnham At after a very v GENERAL YESTM DWmyrnirtg tbefofttfy 4rvvuq the mailcarriage MintbRsaJ rtoihjrent was atttuked aflA rdtiindby mat art ike to the boy and ordered him to drJwi finance from the Ajter and legs and leaving him about tkertut an4 broktotftt fftrr nukole Nerfit extepft find in afternoon the i unopened in a not tLt robbery and lyerf iihfntt did from hericety ibe letters arf fiill Warei j FetetboroTftghj i the fTte pirjonsivba cmxtiftkJ lAis to ofie them amidllle aged mdrf a f fat or eight inches ivore bis hdtfldppedal rsidtdt and bad on a light colour fd great coat the other middle about fiue feet fix or Jtven iifbts a cocLd and a blue great apprehend and conyiSli or catiff tofa apprehended and both or either of the perfoift committedtlrs to a of WO HUNDRED and aBoUe the given act of parliament fir apprehending of highwaymen i if afn pefon ivbether an in the faid or knoiuixg jhatl make etif covery whereby both or oj thipevfoni ivbo eoTtt mitted the JaWe may be and fe iketfiich difcyverfr upon cj viiitfion of both o either Vftlie hi iiififled to ike fame rewardof HUNDRED wilt ajo receive mzft By ot the PoflMafter ANTHOHY f STOLEN or S f R A V E On Ottober from the county of ASorre about 14 hands twith 4 fwitch tailj white feet and white nar great part and a large black fpot on her near Whoever can give of her to at tiie Swan at fhall receive erie guinea witli all reaforiable v r late afljftant Suiriner of has a largi anJ commodious houfe at ia Middleioc late the occupation of Lady Miry Tryon and has ryepared it the of young His terms are for long and painful he fuftained with in yincibie firmnefs and He has left to the care of a literary friend feveral original pieces aad which wiil nuke their appearance in at his houfe at Kenfington In relift of Matthew At her liDufe in Egle At Daaiel At William Efq of a yeoman of the ahd tabledecker to that At his cUvelling houfe in tin From tte L O N D O GA E T T Days appointed fer making the Dividends ot Bankrupts Ejatej to Edward of Redcruli in ihe pirifh of the iith of at four in the uc William ot the rtth o at five in the at Herury of f the tatii at in the at of the rath of at four tn the c of nf in On after r to to i Samuel of Berwick upon on or before ths 5th uf guineas for teaching and arid fix guineas entrance and h will take care ro provide the for and every actwriplifliBienti Parr will open fthoc on Monday the J4th As prejudicial keen in refpecT to rrty condaclt on Thurfday I find myfef under the ncceffity of publicly denying I neither nor encouraged the unhappy yito young Gentlemen were I ufed svery method in my 10 check their violence and gave them the moft I will n i f my competitors For the propriety of my I appeal to every perfon who faw me this day rf SAMUEL ANNUAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL THE above fedivil will be celebrated on the and zih of this inftant On the at the in the he ptrkTmed the ORATORIO of fei to mafic by Tickets At the Cathedral in the on the will be performed the facrtd OR ATORIO of the fet to raufic by Tickets On the ar the in rhe wilj bciperfooned a MISCELLANEOUS of the moft capital Sontjs togetlsr viti felecl on the CjarmetSj Tickets Tliere will be likewife MUSIC in the Cvhedral ort FridayrrHxning and a BALL at the the firfl and bift And on the middle 2 Tickets It is in order to encourage that a third tiie ncai prorits of the feveral oays aboverfienficned fhould beapptitd to the ufc of that moll The vjcal parrs hy Mafter inflrumerital parts SKnor and others from Ojcfowl nd The middle of Che coir will Jjeftilcrf ariS the pavement covered nt the Tickets to be had at cba PrinrmjJ at O Y Sold by J A Mis At in Removed from his late oritwal back gate of the General in the aid and houfe will for the all Oyffers ho IETOon tli fide of the WHEREAS I iff kingdom giving iatisfadltion under tlie r as another perfon ufcp miflakes andf djcedT thejr tome inay ivisftn per PTttifET 6 per By thdr moft obedient humSJfe FAUPS Frefh and from 1 fell no Qyfters packed at j3 My name over the c tha rtA 6 64
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