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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 19, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L O N D O Price Twopence From OCTOBER to S D A OCTOBER Sold by at in Pacernolterow where Advcrufcmcnts and Letters of Intelligence are taken in THIS are defirfd to ind where thofe who chufe cb b regularly ferved with Articles of and Letters from are alfo received by RcHAtBinN and at the ftoyalExcfunge Dunftans in Fleetftreet at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom of Chsringcrofs 1 the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondllreet and NO WHERE OCTOBER iFYom the LONDON SEPTEMBER ST Saturday the 7th about the Venus fri having his Royal Highnefs the Duke of GUni on and the appeared ia the OrFaig As ioon as the Ad nlainly diicover at the main top malt he fainted vith 21 The frigates came to anchor about two when the garriibn falutedwith guns from the faluting Lieutenant Colonel Phillips was immediately lent off to congratulate his Royal and receive orders aVsout his Royal High nefss When his Royal Highnefs went into the the ftandard at the main top ma ft head was and hoiited in the on which all the men war fainted with twentyone guns His Royal HVnnefs landed about and was received by the Lieutenantgcreral at the The flag of the garrifon was lower ed the ftandard and a falute from all the cans on the Linewall from the Grand Battery to the South His Royal Highnefs was conduced through the main ftreet to the the drawi up m two from Waterport to the there was a Cap tains gunrd of grenadiers with When the troops were the field ofricers were intro duced to his Royal Highrufs and about nine oclock the next morning all the officers of the garriion hid the fame The following days rm Royal Hichnefs employed in viewing the and m vi part of this garriibn with the great eft roinuteneisand On the 13th in the mora his Royal Highnefs rode towards the Spanifh attended by all the field officers at the Mi quelet Huts he was met by the Spa nifh and feveral Spanifh officers and at the Ring a body of about no Sparufh being detachments from four different were His Royal after vifiting the alighted at the guardroom near the CV J from at ironi at at from and at Prirtce Srant from at Duke of from at it L O N D O Loft London contains the fpeech of die Lord Licutcniut of Irehncl to both Houles o that n the 8th the Uibftance of infertcd in our Paper of Saturday Lilt alfo of the Lords and Commons of Ireland to his Mijcfty and likewife their add redes to hisRxceliency Lord The addrefs of the Comvsons to the Lord was mienei l length u our hi ft In the ajdrefiis of above bodies to his after expreiTinitheir grateful if nfe of his MajeftyV atfure his that they Iliall choarfuiiy concur with his Excellency Lord Vifcount tliur Chief in whatever may promote great and important mat ters recommcivlcfd at this time to their coniidsration and that they will not fail ferioufly to on the late audacious outrages in nnd concur in every wife provision to remedy fo gre t an Ycfterday his RoyrJ the Duke of Cum the Duke of th M irquis of let out for to be preent at wmcn there this The Court of at the inftance of Lord has given for the fhip the Poitugueie conduced his Royal Highuefs back to our barrier at where they His Royal Highnefs came the bar and continued on thecaufeway untiuhe SpaniiH Geiisialwas oat of About ocl ck his Royal Highneis went to the where Ge neral Conwallis waited to receive His Royal Highneis immediately the garrifon and men of war paying the fame compliments as when he except that the troops were not un der On his Royal Highnefss going on frigates got immediately under His Royal Highnefs the Iuke of the Venus accom panied by the arrived here OH Saturday morn ft During his Royal Highnefss flay in this he viuted the fort at and viewed His Royal Highnefs reim on for Genoa with a fail ath in the morning Britannic fliips Venus and Alarm arrived the former his Royal Higlmefs the Duke of Soon after the Venus hud dropped the Mafter of the Ceremonies and fine Captain of port were fcnt on with a compliment from the to beg his Royal Hiuhneis would receive a deputation of fix had been previoufly named for that purpofe and likewife accept a lodging which the Republic had prepared for his as alfo the ufual prefent of refreshments but his Royal Highnefs chofe to de cline at the fame time expreffing his perfect feasibility of tlie civilities intended to be ihewn to His Royal Highnefs has fmce received vifits fmm osrie of the but declines any public Yefterday arrived Mail from The itorm which happened the i6th did confiderable damage in the village of in the neighbourhood of A fine which the Marquis dArgens had built after his return from was cmirdy by the torrents he had a fine collection of prints the lofs of which is very much His with great difficulty faved her life by being carried offby fome peafants upon their S H I P N E W Wind Came down and re with the fhips as the for An London for NewLondon Anda for Cadiz for Hondu ras for Africa Generous For Antigua and for Arrived and failed for the the from South Carolina and VVeiton from Parted by the Ladys Adven from Barbauces Thomas and Dunf Jey Ann and Power and Wood from Virginia Spencer Coifon and from troa1 Senegal Dublin Tren from NorthCarolina 5and fron ARRIVALS at die following Ports from Liverpool and it Olive from at from at which was eized at the Brazls to be rciloed with ailh tlie is allb ilt at A leter from dated fays Yef terday a to belong to foundered a diilince from the month of rve y foul Some one oi tlie on and 60 guineas were found in The Calais packet Calais to is loft two leagues to the Bail of Dunkirk The Ann and from Virginia to was blown under water Jalt Ttiefday is the but WAS weighed up with the loV of her and other but got into the river laft The from London to is on faore The from CafcoBay to is en fhore near Laft Saturday the Royal Word from fuppefed to be arrived fafe in the The Mary and from London to aid from Mewcaftle to Lon are both loft of the is appointed to the command of his fhip f at in the room of Thompfon is appointed to the command of the of 28 at in the room of Charles is appointed a Clerk of the Debentures at the room of the late A beautiful hitherto deemed not a hundred miles from Hertfordftreet has rendered toa Royal D but uponwhat terms has not The paragraph in the papers of lad whih mentions Lord Hillfboroughs giving premiums for the of Roman Catholics to and the wellknown iice of the both in England reminds us of a droll thing once laid by a cabbinboy on this fub Theboy had at where he re ceived five moidores for abjuring the Proteftant re This circuitiftance he afterwards revealed to another in a fubfcquent His confidant reproaching him for having driven a bargain of fitch a Why not faid the renegado Why fliould I not take the money for changing Was not my re ligion better than theirs t Tis plain they thought or they would not have given me fo much to Efq of Woodhallpark in Hert whofe feat was lately burnt to the is eighty of and his life was preferved by the activity of his who rufhed thro the and took him out of his The faid gentleman is of one of the moft illuftrious families in all being defcended in the direcl line from the faaious tlie rirft Duke of from whom all the Kings of England have been fmce de The perfon lately taken up on fufpicion of robbing the mail proves to be a reputable tradefman neax Alderfgate and has been honourably dii Friday laft a fchoolmafter in Spitalfields was com mitted to for being concerned in icveral On Saturday two men and two women were com mitted to charged with Healing in the houfe of John Farquharion two a a quarter and other fmall about ia The above two men wsre further charged with having robbed of fix guineas a gold A detainer was likewife againft them for another highway robbery upon from whoni they a filver watch and bnvj They were alfo for a highwayrobbery in of Mary le upon Thomas Roe from whom they took arc upwards of TOO prifoners in who have betn committed to the feveral gaols fmct thr end of lait ony 17 and not before at in Sir George the Right Charles Earl of Tan to Mils Emma daughter of tha late Sir Jnrncs and niecety tlic above named Sir Efq to Mifs Sufannah of of to of Mil The Mifs Anne of In Edward Braith a in Old At his houfe in wife of of May one of the Clerki to the ReceiverGeneral of the Stamp in Abingdon At Little Eliflia Mary of Alderfgate wife of in l A N K R U P T Tohn or late of m the of snd now or laie of to fjrrender the and joth of at ten in the it cf the parifh of the in the county of and tofurrender the azd and of No at tc in the at At John Lite of the town of in the county to lurrender th and 30 h or at four in the at the in in Jokph Ute of in th county of Cls to furreiiler the and 3ift ard 3di of at eleven in the at the in Na than in Cwn William of th in the county ofMiddle to furrender the and 5th of No at ten in the and joth of at in the t 1 in of to furrtnder 25h at in the an zd and 3oth of t five in the at in Chan ohn lite of Great in the county of M to fiirreiidcr the z6th and of at ten in me at in Percy Jjixin hte of Bifhopfgate to tu agh inftant at twelve at ani and at fsur in the afttr at in Days appointed for making the s of Bankrupts to John otherwife o the town of in the county of the i 5th of No at the at the Three Tuns in Stephen Rarbutj of the lirtrty of Norton in the county of the of at four in the at is nsw or late of Lower Eaft in the ot lac nth of at five in the at Robert Lite cf in the coijny of of at ten in thi at ob Firro de of the of at ten in the at FINAL Ui vi PEN Certificates to be allowed to Edward of in the county of buckle and and on or before the gtii of Robinfon of Great in the county of on or before the gth of John of in the county of Middls on or before the gth of of on or before the gth of GENERAL WILLIAM one of tkt con ceriud in fltaling tke funbriilee bag of letters between Seven Oaks and on Monday morning tbe ivns yeflerJay apprehenled ai near Seven Oak committed to Mdidflont but bis THOMAS tcundmwa to efcape Jntrkis baufe ct near Seven ycfterJay he is a flout fet tkirty fix years of five feet fix orfeven inches ivears bis oivn cf light brown colour had on he an olive and a red iiaiihoat about twa years and a half ago le lived ai an o flier at in and has fmce live Jin different parts of Knit in tbe ferns Wbofve r ftial apprehend and com or caufe to lie apprehended and tbe nuill be to a reward of F IFlTPO By Command of the ANTHONY Tkurfayt will be In Three Prlre fewed 73 6d THE HISTORY of LADY In By 1rinted for in and in the l Lis Day Mere In Two Pocket hounc LETTRES de MADAME la MARQUISE de 1753 jufqua in in the fame and at the fame A TRANSLATION of the above Sold by in Fleetftreet and in the Both are in Stationershali agreeable to afl of A1 ALL SORTS OF ALMANACKS For the Will be publifhed together at STATIONERS on Tuejday the igth Day of November PATENT PLOUGH The Corner of AS many Gentlemen have been defirous of ocular of the advantages of MfjOREs Parent by applying at the they may be informed where the ploughs are at work in diftocent pavti of the fume within a few of Hslftlye number of horfes xre ufed more done in a and with this than with thofe in common and with more both to the men The or with a fpars conlter and and a fet of price The or threewheel with a coulter and price B orders will be fulfilled till the money is nor no preference jivsn but the appli Day insrt in Fiics 4 STATUTES at paffed in the Laft Seflton of in the nth year of his pre fent By DANBY of Efq LaWReader to that printed hy Printer to the Univerfity for in London and fold by all Whore may be The Statutes at from Magna to the nth of George with a new By In 28 price only eight bouiid and This Day were In Two Price in Boards TRAVELS through that Part of NORTfl AM2R1CA called By BOSS Captain in the French Tranflated frottl tbe original By JOHN REINHOLD niuftraKd with chieny relative to Natural To which is added by the A fyflematical Catalogue of all the known plants in Enjliflj Together with an ahftradt of the moft ufeful articlss con tained in the travels ef the favourite difciple of Linnzus Spain and Cumana in lifh Printed for T n Goventfarden and foi hy at Ibis Day was in Qclavo Price 3 Si Elegantly printed on an entire new letter and fuperfine N ESSAY on the DISORDERS pf of By T I S S O Tranflated from the French by FRANCIi BACON1 Printed for in Patemoltsrrvv the Strand and Marvins It Of whom may be Love in a Nunnery Tiie HirTory of Mifs Charlotte In i price The Oxonian The Kiftory Geofge Student of BrazenNofe in 2 price 5 The Hiltory rf Sir Charles Dormer and Mifs Harriot By a In i price This Day uas Price t The SECOND EDITION1 cf A GRAMMAR of the ITALIAN LAN In two In the the Rudiments are dslivered Peculiarities and Idioms carefully noted and the Learner completely inftiufteri to and fpea Italian cor To which are added rules never before particularly for a true which is carefully exemplified by crrrefponrfent fonnsin Enlifh fy The fecond pirt contains an Itaibn anr a collsCKcn of rh moft ufeful Phrafts on in miiar Dialogues in and ard Italian By EVANGELIST Editor of Aiderii Iialian and Enjlifh and Teacher of ths Italian Tongue in 1iintecl in the R U P T Q R E This Day was Price 3 HE RUPTURE CURERS To which is under his Msiertvi Roval I the fecond iu ft rated riJi copper of the true method cf REDUCING RUPTURES in the Groins and and retaining of when in the Abdomer b His Majeftys Royal Pa Traverfc Elaftic ard Travcrfe and Navel for the Cure of By ROBERT BRA N tha And Surgical OpStator for Ruptures to his Majeifc Hofpital at Printed for the and fold by 31 in Longacre fold alfo by 3 nofterrow and and This is the only as yet cenvey to another an idea of the proper um tgwards ebtainipj a sure of fo danjereus i   

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