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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 17, 1771, London, Middlesex                                U ai Price Twopence From OcToifck Sold by BLADONf in Paternofterrow j where Advertifements Letters THIS Articlas of Letters froin roe alfo received bjs fa r i ii are ia tad wfcere rhofe who chafe to be regularly ferved with ad Ae oppofifce at the Corner of in theStrlttd i tfct Ocrosipr F O R E I 0N b HE laft letters from Dant riek tfcat four Pruf fiftn regiments of each eonfiftingof are open the njarch towards the Polifh Ukcurie to ralfe as it given afcd with what further mo tives tiine will The laft letters from that jobberies are become fo frequent withiifcthe compafs of ten dflgs before the Seat fends badiecn up anijl foflf to A few ago rogues brokeinto a ihop and racked up goods very large but being difcoveredbefore they could carry them they fet fcre to Among other robberies the church ot the Dominicans has beerrftripped of its rich and the regies hadthe impudence feveral of the rich habits of the Pnefts within the South The General Affembly of Virginia have voted for ercfnng an elegant marble at the puhlick to perpetuate the meraory of their late Governor Lord I R On Tuefday his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of this kingdom opened the fefllon of Parliament here with a in which the fol lowing are themofl material pafTagcs Asin affembtingyou togather in the laftleruon it was not his to afk but folely to comply with thewilhes of his itwas not thought proper to call upon that for any further aid but as in the ordinary courfeat now becomes uecelTary provide for tlve expenses of the enfuing two yeareVoOur laft grants being nearly I Have no dtrabt of your turning your thoughts to that Important and of yonr ersntimj fach fuppiies as hall be found for the honouTjable aftd ef his Majeftys ge and 3 s arxt accounts to IrTid from which you will not only that the Revenue has fallen confiderablyfhort of Former but that the deductions made tliere frorft for payment of different grants for and publick Iwve been fo very that it has not been nearly fufficient to defray the charges of his Majcfrys eftablifhments and other neceflarv expences of and that n larger arrear lias been incurred on tihat If fitch grantsare judjje1 to be either for ithjick you will that it js that as it now can anftrer thofe and alfo the fupport of Govern ment I therefore think it incumbent upon meto recommend dm fuDJeci moft ferious con for Arrived ailed or the the for OK Faffed bythe from Hudfonsbay Quebec from Lynch j Hanifon Long bottom aod from puemfey i Bar from Oporto from ARRIVALS at the followin from at from at from Jonathan and from at ittA buke of from Africa and from at from at te from at Prince froni at N from at from at from at from at Kittst from at from Georgiaj at Pooh from South at It is wjjh concerijjthat I mnft afk a fym of money theiirrrsrs already incurred on his Ma jeftys will find that they have been for that the ceconomy has been not only in the charges of the late aug upon which a very brge fcvinrhas been but in the reduction of which is now tliminiifhed o numbers directed 03his Tuefday the of HillPJOrough took the oaths and his feat in the of Peers and at the fame time Lord Dartrov introduced into The Houfe of did break up till three oclock on Thurlday there being 25 Tliurfday a motion iva made in the Houfe of Com mons to brim in heads of a bill for and lighting the ftrests of which was agreed We learn from tint on the id inftant a fire broke out st the houfe of i at in the county of when the houfe not only but the faid his wife who big with ciiild and five were burnt to md Wilfons fifter was lo terribly burnt that her life is defpaired i 11 C O U N T R Y N E W This morning a Dutch had put in here to broke her and ran foul of feveral other fhips in the which can fed them to break their whereby they ran with great violence ngaiaft the new and did it coiifiderable yeflels laden with ftone for London were funk at the ikmetirne the The heavy rains we have liad for have a of mifctiief corn great part of which is not yet honied iri tlie Weftera part of this county and fame of it has beea carried Svay bythe fudden rifing of From Caftleford we that ricks of peafe and baans wert fwept awaj by the I P N E vv s Came down and re the Mps as the Thaoiss for Yefterday her Grace the Duchefs Dowager of Bed ford attended the Leveeat Jamess for Vie firft time fmcethe deceafe 6f her conlbrt the late Duke of Yefterday cards were fent to all the gentlemen of the Bill of Rights from the inviting them to dine with his Lordfhip next Tuefday at the Manfion It is fhid that fix men of war of the line are fitting out at which are in tended as a reinforcement to the fhips on the Medi terranean and Jamaica Ext raff of a Letter from Arrived at Spithead the Otter iloap of war from NewfoundlHiid ftie was obliged to throw her guns overboard ia This morning two French fhips were ordered out of the harbour to by the Exlracl of a letter from 0 Sober Monday night we had a violent ftorm from the in which a laden with bound from the Mediterranean to was caft away on the Dulridge near the bar of Neath and entirely The Captain and eight of the mea fayed tkemfelves upon two pieces of the which our river fix more of the mea who had got upon another piece of the wreck were A letter from Oftend that a large Dutch bound from Rotterdam for has been brought into that harbour a perfect without any living creature on board and it is feared that the Captain and all the crew hare The Bethiay from Vincents to Lon was loft laft Monday in the ftorm near The fron Riga to is loft The from Virginia to Lon is on fhorein the and is A treaty of marriage is on foot between Peter Efq and Lady Almeria In the marriage articles which are drawn previous marriage andthe celebrated there is a fettlement on the Ladys favourite dog and in cafe they fhoujd be the This is a Wednefday two eminent corn merchants waddled out of the for The vious paragraphs giving defcription of im menfely rich articles of to the amount of up wards of two millions and other extrava gant accounts of things returned the is an impofition on the only calculated to an fwer particular The eminent artift and jeweller hinted at as proprietor we have au thority to has receive extraordinary ac counts of the 1iles of his moft valuable to the amount of upwards of withinthe courfe of laft and large remittances in quence of which he is compleating various capita and curious pieces of art of entire new conftnicrions calculated for the different parts of India and exclufive of the great preparations he is making for his Mufeum at by the violence of the a frack of chimnies belonging to in were blown by which accident little four years fon the above gentleman was killed on the Mary real name was the unhappy convifls executed on Wednefday ut was about twentyfix years of red and remarkably Had not her in decent behaviour to thejadge and Jury on her trial prevented he probably might havebeen refpited The Lady of Edward Efq de livered of a at her hoafe in At Andrew George Efq to Mifs daughter of the late Efq of Ex change to daughter of Capt of butcher and poulterer at to Mifs Betfcy of J At his houfe at in Alex of inHamp late of nwlhirto Nicholas Efqj who kim and died and uefday 5 and yeftefday oT thelike putrid fore which carried off thereft the family in the Miiitj of In Robert In Crayen William mer at At his houfe in GobdntShs Sir To thofewho have thu care of Dentil to her and the begs liave to that he has from long and repeated that one prirtcipal caufe of the lofs of TEETH early in a negleft of them when ra the liate of an opinion rftat they are to6 tear cleaning and being thoroughly fenfibls that his of PEARL will not Aeall to the icetiveyen in their 6ft the that ft wH keep the wkh Se Tirft teeth frcmpremature and prevent iofti fwelled faces and fevere peirv in the teeth to which they are foirrtueli fuojeft about thevirne of them that tt willcertainty render the fccorTd teeth flronger and more confequently contribute very greatly 10 the beauty 4 and therh throughout their whols lives I Fie iherefore thinks himfclf tferauglily warranted in taking the liberty fo recommend the ufe of hts according to tlte directions given wirji as foon as the firft fet of teeth which is generally about the age of two The Effence of Pearl is fold by Per in near the bottom of the Hay market JTTfrl by oppofite the India Leadenhallftreet and na where elfe in the FIVE of fix brace pt very fiac RBB of a fyr Inquire at in be S A U C Tl the houfe of Jnnholderj on rfe zd ftybf two oclock in the fijbjeft tadOadtttaiSiivSF fale then there to be difpoied of by lying on the oppofite ndftof river Midcleham of a hotjftj with afrowlinggreeh in tire frora Whence there arft profpeiSs wejl walled and feveral dele df meaiow aiW fcUfc U the And alfo a Mefluase nud being GENERAL YESTER DAY morning alout four pojlbtiy the mailcarriage with the mrthRyad mails from this was attacked and robbed by two men onjsotrtear about feven miles and a half front London on the road to ubo presented a pijlol to Ihe boyand ordered him to drive into an indofed diftance from the ajter binding hu hands and legs and leaguing him about thirty yards from the they cut and bfake open the roof of andjlole thereout the whole North the Sti Lves tag j and in the afternoon the greater part of the bags wire found unopened in a not far from the place where the robbery was and were immediately for nuardedjrom bertce by exprefs but the foUowing bags of letters are North Horn and the 7 The perfons wba committed this robbery are described to bty one of them a middle aged man about five feet feven or eighUnches wore bis hat flapped all and had on a light coat the other middle aged about five feet fix or feven inches ivore a cock d and a blue great Whoever ftiall apprehend an4 or apprehended and both or either of the perfons wilbeintitled to a reward of WO KUNDRE9 over and above the reward given by of parliament for apprehending of highwaymen if any person whether an accomplice in the faid or knowing make dif covery whereby both or either of tbeperfons who eortl taittea the fame may be apprejiended and brought to juf difcoverer upon convicJion of both or either ofthe be infilled to the fame reward of TWO HUNDRED and will atfo receive his Ma par f ay command aj the ANTHONY ANNUAL MUSICAL FESTIVAL at THE above Feuival will be celebrated on the and 251 of this inftant On the at the in the will be performed the ORATORIO of fet to mufic by Tickets At the in the on the will be performed the facred OR ATORIOof the fet to mufic by Tickets On the at the in the will be performed a MISCELLANEOUS confift ing of fevera of the moft Italian Sonajs together with pieces on the Tickets Tliere be likewife MUSIC in the Cathedral on Friday morning and a BALL at the firft and And on the middle a Tickets It is in order to encourage the SALISBURY that a third part of the neat profits of the feveral days abovementioned fhould be applied to the ufe of that moft beneficial and humane The principal vocal parts by Mafter The principal inflrumental parts by Signer and others from and The middle of the choir will be filled with and the pavement covered with Admittance only at the north Tickets to be had at the and at the BRICK E A R T THE Truftees of Bifhop Duppas Almshoufe on in will meet at the Charity fchool in Richmond on Monday the zSth of this inftant at twelve tfclock at to difpofe by the Earth of Four Acres of be of the farm belonging to the faid Iyirlf ilk in the parifh of near in the counry of about a quarter of avmlie from the river Tba The faW Earth may be by applying to John the tenantof the vvlw will particulars may be by applyiog to William of Richmond ConeHtionsof the fale may be had at the faid John Shepperton aforefaid at the Feathers at Jticbmond at Applebys in at Jackfons Coffeehoufe in Upper Brookftreet j anU at Pstcyftrdet The whole of the premifescontaining by coinpu tation about 114 and is a dePrtabte purchafis for any gentleman refide in a good arid partafrfdf and ToV fbrther of at near j H allerton or in D E V O N S H I K To be O L I by A U C At in on Thurfday th6 5th day December three oclock in the THE FeiSimple and Inheritance of the MANOR and LORDSHIP of in the county of about 16 miles eaft of one mile from and Bftancc of ten niles from frfral othar confiderable markettowns is furrounded by and in a good neighbour The manor is of the yearly value of and up of which is now and ihe reudui on leafes for on and ihree under certain referved the following being the 6th of will be at the fditoe The MANOR arid LORDSHI of in of in the fiid bejiig of the value of a6olvand about of which is in demefne and and the refidue on ieafes for and three under certain referved rents and Thefe mnnors Are fituate a good fpprtihg have extenfive and very advantageous comment for and are within the diitanoc of one mile frora each For further particulars apply to William in London in Exeter Brtjttoni Devon orto John Kniehtyjf Mr Tethra J r J late affiftant to the has purchafel a large aad commadioas at in Mtddleiex late in the occupation of Lady Tryon and lias prepared it for the reception of young His terms sre twe tyfix guineas for teaching and fix guineas entrance and h will take care fo provide the brft matters for and every proper Pair will open his fihool on Monday the I4th As a highly prejudicial tJ my has been in refpect to my conduft on Thurfday I find myfelf under the neceffity of publicly denying I neither nor encouraged the unhappy into which the young Gentlemen were I ufed in my power to check their violence and gave them I will juft re sty For the propriety my I appeal to every perfon who fiw me that SAMUEL PATENT PLOUGH The Corner of AS many Gentlemen have been defirous of ocular demon It rat ion of the advantages of Moores Patent applying at the warehotife they may be informed where the ploughs are at work in different of the fom within a few miles of Half the numbsr of hoifes only are ufed more work is done in a and with this than with thofe in common and more eafe both to the men and The or fourwheel with a fpare coulter and and a fet of price Wilve The or threewheel with a fpare and price eight In noorders will be fulfilled till the money is nor no preference given but to the earlieft appli To the afflicted with the SCURVY and LEPROSY the following work is This Day was Price 2 6 THE ENGLISH MALADY A new pointing out the beft method of curing thofe troublefome difordsre tliat break out and de form the body by their frequent irritations with an ac count of above thirty cures of different anfl by what medicines they were By LEWIS M A R D O Sold at in and at This Day was In Six Price 5 Illuftrated with 36 accurately projeSled on a new and engraved by ANEW SYSTEM of GEOGRAPHY In which is given a general account ef the fituatii and the and conflitution fcveral kingdoms and flates in tlie known wbrf very particular defcription of their fubdlvifions their cities and and B U SHIN ProfefTor of Philofophy in the Univeruty Member of the Learned Sociaty Carefully tranflatsd from the laft edition of Tb the Authors Introductory Difcourfe are ad Effays relative to the Printed for in the   

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