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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 22, 1771, London, Middlesex Tjjj37l7S I ft b N b Price From T U E S D A OCTOBER to T ITU S D A OCTOBER Sold by in Paternofterrow where Adrerrffements and Letters of ire taken iu tnd where thofe who chafe to be regularly fenred with are defined to Articles of and Letters from alfo received by RICHARD in j the Corner of io ih Strand DIJCW the Comer of Qharicydrofe T at the RoyalEich MURRAY joppofire bduoni of fytartins CMyingcroft i ndftreet NO l I OCTOBER from tbe L O N D O N N Saturday the Kingof Swe den was feised very fad denly with a violent as he was at dinner at Ulrickfdahl by the remedies that were imme diately the diforder was relieved his Majefty returned to town on and yefterday there was a The Grand Deputation was aflembled yefterday 5 though there was a long yet it is hoped before this day all the points of the wiltbe regulated in the mum which was held laft the two Nobles and of Clergy fent deputations to the to defire they would dire6t their refpec tije Members to make hafte with their tfet the Kirtg rhtght foe a day for the In the fame Pleauro complaint was made in the Joufe of Kobles of a fcandaloas tending 6 incenfe the common fokiiers againft nd tbe people in general againft the who iave defiredthe Chancellor of Juilice to find out and brpfecute the his Impenal attended by General Noftitz fet out upon a fhort ejcturfion to and to review the regiments lately arrived from of fLr n F O Rt 1 A F F R They write that rveof the oiSeers of the Swedifh CoHful being feized inthe itreefoa account of havirig feme cafped tobacco about tlieUirefters of the at tended by armed vifited that ConfuTs Weare curious how this affair will LONDON JRw tbe GENERAL EVENING HOUSE of LORDS of The ran high upon that part ofLord Townfhends which charged the whole of the national misfortunes upan the which had been on the improvements of the It was that they ought to biafcrihed to thelate unconftiuitional But a venal majority triumphed over reafon and It was moved to expunge that part of the thanks his Majefty ror the continuance of Lord TounflinH in the Chief Government of The Houfe di vided j 25 againft n for The eleven Lords DISSENTIENT LEINS per per MO4JN POWER Leave Was given to Lord Mountmorres to brin iri a bill for preventing the may arife from privilege of Houi then adjourned for a bad arrivect likewife from in July who reported that in a large fliip full of iA coming over at ftruclc Up6n the and that the flaves rofe aad nmrr dered tke and afiterwards fet fire to the MOLES N The newborn fon the Princefs of Afturias is fcaptifedby the names of Francois Francois k ITThe wound which the King had in one of his legs is but his Majefty has fmce hjsother leg it is thought it will not be attended with any bad The attempt againft the Marquis de kept a pro brother of Sir Jeffery is arrived here with his f Many people that the Chevalier Edward Stuart has been here and fraying a he is juft returned to accompanied by a Nobleman of very great this journey maybe ofno con yet our politicians that there are very important motives for which have relation to the long refidence made by the Duke of brother to the Duke of Utreitbt morning a fire broke out in a flop ihop near the Kahgs which coiiiumed all the and fome This is the fecond fire that lias happened here within a fort night The of Smales ladenwith coals is loll on the Suffolk cpaft j and it is much to be feared the crew as the fea run very Fiirtfar particulars of tbe debate in tbe HOUSE q1 of upin the on Tuef day tbe Indircriminate reflections having been thrown out in the LordLieutenants upon the liscs the kingdom though confineil to two counties the in their thought it to re echo thcfe malicious though tiie m for therefpeclive counties their corv might be exennted from inlifcriminate and that the cenfure be con ditxl to the two delinquent counties of Down and An amendment was made in the To that prut which contains profufc promifes of Supporting allthe it was moved to eonftfient iuith ttc fMlifies and cjjeutial intereft of the miniiterial pnrty for fome time oppofed it but fom f their friends flying they defircd to ac in order to preven a divifion but the Mar quis of by great and by feeming to join presipitated them into it the numbers 111 for the and 58 ugairvft This was the only queition upon which the Court were The addrefs was carried by againft So barefaced were the proceedings of admini that aminifterial late at night the Houie fat tiU three in the morning followed into the Speakers with a magiflerial tone of deCred to why he had quitted the Houfe Which ib aifcJled that re fpedlable that he declined though before he was well them to iupport the and left the Leave was given to Tighe to bring in a bill for preventing the iuconveniencies which may arife from privilege of Houfe adjourned for a Both Houfes are then to be called S H DB 1 V N E W Wind Came down and failed the Favourite for Barbadoes for Leghorn from Viani and from Remains the India 21 PafTed by the Hen rick Mary and Rofendaie and Dolly and from Maryland from Jamaica from South Carolina and from Archangel Stra from Rotterdam Weflon from O porto from Leghorn and iroin ARRIVALS at the following Ports from at from in Love and from Avetraj ac from at Princcfs fiom at from in the from at from at from at Sunbury from at Happy from at from at from at Briftol ftom Bourdeaux from at from at Flying from at John from at from at from at frorn at from at from at from at from at Qoates frorn at froni feoffde Doeyrasi frooj Civita Vecvliia and at Extrafl of letter from the The Count de Envoy from this Republick at the Court of has lent advice to the StatesGeneral that the plngue has broke out at and makes great havock there but that neverthelsis he hoped the prudent precau tions taken by the Emprefs would riop the progrefs of that dreadful de Rechteren like wife that he is not without that the diftemper may be to othir countries by means of bales of infected merchan which it is feared may have been fent The States of and the Admiralties of this which wereto have prorogued their meetings lait will continue to fit this week it is to the above in order to take the neceffary fleps to prevent the communication of the plague to the territories of this As neither the ptiblick Gazettes uor the private letters by Tuefdays Dutch mail mention any thing relative to the above hope it is without Private letters brought by Mondays mail that tlie Imperial city of Mofcow was aimoll entirely deftroyed by fire the i6rh of lait month 5 and tliat of the Grand as well as that of the have fuffered At the grand entertainment given by the Corpora tion of Rochefler on Saturday in honour of the LordMayor and the two Sheriffs of on their being prefented with the freedom of that a correfpondent fays they could only muiler twenty including to fit down to though they for three times the Upwards of 40 gentlemen belonging to the Society of the Bill of Rights were elegantly entertained by the LordMayor yefterday at the At a Court of Aldermen held Jolhua Tifdale was called in and accepted of as Upper City The aflize of bread remains us Yefterday a new writwas iffued eut for electing a Coroner for the county of ip the room of James Efqj The Rofe man of for is arrived at from who is arrived at Bar badocs reports that tbe Sterling A letter from Offend of nth has the fol io ing paragraph Laft night a Dutch bound for was putting in here by way of fhejtev from the but being low and th e wind letting right me and all the crew pcriflied within iijht Ofthe people on fhore the water being fb rough no boats could The fuppofed from the bound to laden with is loft off Tinhy the crew were The from Waterford to is loft near the crew faved hip and cargo will be totally Yefterday aftemooa arrived in the river the Peggy from after beat ing about ten days in the Yefterday afternoon one a went tincocntnanly loon to Cevtntgarden to fee Macklin in the character of and being coafequence one of the in the ripper he rin with fo much force down the feats to get into the firlt that he fell over into the and had the misfortune to break his tbigh and three his ribs he was carried home and proper affiflance called bu it is thought he cannot In his fall he caught hold of one of tke glafs value which fell town with and was immediately mattered to Yefterday morning early the body of a gentleman was fouiul tripped and on Finchleycom near Whetftonewafh a fuppofedto belong to the with a but no was found grazing near and feveral paperswere found within TOO yards of the place where the body Lad Friday night a young genteelty called at an apathecarys in and wrotp a prefcription for a dofe of phyfick it required boil and while tiie journeyman retired into the kitchen for the ufe of the he marched off with fil verlaced hat and fome leaving the mopdoor Monday a girl of five years only child of at was run over by a and killed on the Laft week the of Johns to whom one of the gold medals given annually by his Grace the Duke of Grafton for the encouragement of claiTkal learning in that Uni VCffity was appointed Afliltant to Mailer of at Hack to Mifs daughter of Theophilus Per Efq of John dif at to Mifs of Thomas to of FaneWilliam Efq Member of Parliament for Callington in At his houfe in At his houfe near in Robert Efq formerly a dryfalter in the At Peter In Fran cis Bfq filk ia At his in At m the ioth year of his Henry At his houfe at of a mortifi cation Eq Virginia At his houfe in in the George many years head caihier to the late at who left him an annuity of 100 for From John ot the parish of Hanover in carpenter to furrender the z6th at eleven ia the the 4th of and jd of at ten in the at Lon Hanovtr Thomas late ofthe Borough of In grocer to firreoder the lit of and jd of at ten in the at the VVhite in the Borough of John in Dayi appointed making the Dividends of Bankrupts flares to George late of theiothof at tour in the at the Bulh in John of the town and county of Newcaftle upon the aothof at ten in the fore at the in the Bigg in Newcaftle upon John Herbert and Robert Henry of in merchants and the I4th of at foor in the at FINAL Jofeph parift of in the nth of at four in the at Cuildhallj William of in the igth of at ten in the at John of in button maker and the roth of at ten in the at the in Certificates to be allowed to bte of in Middle On or before the of Daniel Poor on 9i bffor the isth of j R IJV E R L OTICE is hereby a Meeting of the Toiftees for River Lees wiiHbe by ad Monday the day of daober he Bell Inn in the town of in the county of BEN Clerk to the F OX E N TE ANY perfon who can any Live have for any at Brookes and Crofss Exhihition of Birds and the1 of the in They will fend any difiance within 40 miles London half a fcore at above IT having been reported that JOHN CHAMPION and and were refhoved and left trade This is to inform their and the public in that they continue their as at without WHERfiAS it hathbteri maliciotiiy reported by fames m at the Angel at Bark greatly to my that my horfes are now infefted the and that laft week I was obliged to fend fix away with the fame I declare that this report is totally falfe and that during the term of years I have been in I have fo happy as never to have had fuch ia diftemper in my WILLIAM BlackBull THE Creditors of EDWARD of in the county of are hereby defired to fend an account their both as to his real and perfonal unto Thomas and William both of Birmingham to whom the ertate and effefh of the faid Edward Sher wood are affignsd and conveyed for the benefit of his And all perfons who ftand indebted to the faici Edward Sherwood are hereby required immediately to pay their refpe3ive debts to the faid Hadley or or they will be r Hi late affiftant to the of haspurchafed a large and commodious at Middlefex Ute the occupation of Lady Mary Tryon and has prepareJ it for the reception of yuung His terms tyfix guineas for teaching and and fix guineas entrance andh will take care to provide the bft mafters tor and every Pair will open his fihoo on Monday the I4th As a hjghly prejudicial to niy has heen in refpecl to my conduct on Thilrfday I fiad myfelf under the neceffity of publicly denying I nritlier nor eacnuraged the unhappy into which the ynung Gentlemen were I ufcd every method in my power to check their violence and gave them the moft I wiJl juft rs prefentation my competitors For the of my I appeal to every perfon who faw me that PARR Lieutenant an officer upon half wicli his reiidea Cowards of twelve months part at a conlickrable marker town in the county cf and hns withdrawn with a manifeft defign to defraud feveral perfons who hnd unwarily truftcd liim with goods and particularly the faid juft before he went did obtain from a merchant in the faic town the fum of under pretence of drawing upon his brother in who he could not but know would refufe payment of his bill for want of effecls This to give notice to the faid Lieutenant that unlefs he within fourteen days from the appear ance of this find means to pay or give fecurity far the faid and a farther bill of name at and an account of his fraudulent will be inferted in this ami fuch other meafurts as muft prove highly injurious to him and for the confequences whereof he will with blame his own imprudence in neglecting a proper regard to O Y S T R Sold by JAMES At in Sherborn Rerqpved from his lire warehoufe oppcfite the back gate of the General Poft two doors in ths faid and any Oyfters from my late ware houfe not come from but to prevent impofitions for the all Oyfters funtfrom my warehoufc wiiJ he marked PETO on the He of the HE RE AS I have 18 years ferved the and in all parts nf tlie kingdom wih 2nd have had the great pleafurc oT giving fatisfaclion under the name of OVSTER1CUS bur as anotker perfon ufes that which occafions great milhikes and I now beg the favour of my tiftomers to direct their orders to me by my real JAMES at Shcrbornlane where Gentle men and Ladies may depend upon being ferved with the beft Green Native COLCHESTER OYSTERS at per and exceeding fine PVFLEET OYSTERS at per By their moft oledient humble JAMES Frefh and neat from the I fell no Oyfters packed at My name over the To be peremptorily Purfuant to a decree of the High Court of John Efq one of the Maflers of the faid at his chambers in en Tuefday the igthday of November between the hours of fix and even of ths clock in the AL L the Freehold aBd Laafehold ESTATES of Efq at in tbe county of of the clear yearly value of and fubjed only to landtax and a quitrent of i a The prsmifes confift of and fituate on the river at Sunderland are in good condition and well tenantej and will be Ibid in three diftincl Particulars may be at the faid Matters chamb Where an accurate plan and furvoy of the whole eft imy be A plan and furvey is likewife left with MefH Harri and in Cheapfide with Chipchafe the at rtf for the infpeftion of any perlbn inclined to bid for 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