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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 26, 1771, London, Middlesex L ON Price Twopence From OCTOBER to OCTOBER Sold by in S H I P V E W i Wind Came down and with all the the Lady Ste for Jamaica for Philadelphia for Gsorjia and for Arrived the Planters for Patted by the from Oftend and from ARRIVALS at f he followin Ports from at from at from at da from at Prince of from at Counters of fiim the at from at from at from at from at from at from at Thomas and from at from at from off from at from Quebec and at from at from at from Bay at from at from at Lord from in from at from at Saily and from at from at from at Publica from at from at O a plan now on L O N D We are informed theare is which will take place after of their Ma jefties dining in public every and to have one nightly Drawingroom in a was the pradlice at Court during the life of Queen Prince nephew to has taken a haufe in PallMall heintend ing to reilde here fome Jeremiah Efq who has been very much is now quite The John Efq Chief Juftice of is appointed Deputy High Steward the Univerflty of being nominated to that office by the of Chancellor of the faid in the room of Randal The from London to was obliged to put into Swannage bay the iid and intended to go to Tingmoath to repair her The from Plymouth to New is aft ore on the coaft of Four very neat lamps are put up on the Obeliflt in Georges fields they anfwer the end of direclien the hands are the letters in On Saturday during the performance of the farce of Love at Coventgarden who played Squire accidentally ftruck Mho acled Sir ArchyMacfar a fevere blow over the face with his which inflamed bis eye in fuch a that the performance was fora confiderable We hear that a celebrated Doclor of who was Providore in Chief to a certain Trirti who lately died at Naples has loft per by the ceffation of that honourable A man at luis untiertaken to drink a butt of beer m 14 days he began on Wednefday on which day lie drank nine gallons and a Great bets are Laft Monday a boy of eight years of age trod to death by the crowd at a football upon near in Saturday mqrning aarly a in High who had been delirious fome leaped outof a two pair of Itairs and was killed on the A There is a perfcm goes from fiiop to fliop in this buys fome trifling ar lad alivays offers a bad fiveandthrsepenny piece to If the piece be he sfives good money as his appearance is the fraud is feldom On Saturday eight prifoners were tried at the Old three of whom were capitally Frederick for the wilful murder of John a in an affray which happened between them at the Coach and Horfes in Jofeph for breaking open the dwellinj houfe of Chriftopher and iteaiing a coat and and other Samuel otherwiie for robbing John Moigan on the of a metal watch and fome money 5 he was convifted on Wednesday of another The unfortunate Frederick Wilkie who was capitally convifled Saturday afternoon for the murder of John Snookes is a native of and young man of good education the circum flanccs of the murder arc as follow The deceafed Snookes was a and having faid fome opprobrious words to the prifoner at his ftandiji Wilkie told him he was a and that he ought to be horfewhipped on which ftruck and battle Wilkie was beat feverely Snookes then mounted his coachbox in btit complaining that his whip had been broken in the Wilkie told him if he would come down from his he would pay him for his whip on Snookes approaching he drew a large and dabbed him near the vertebras of the back Snookes then became and called to the ftanders by to lend him a for he would have blood for but prefjncly and on being carried to the the was pronounced and he died a few davs on receiving fentence of implored the Court to allow him a few days longer than the ufual for him to prepare himfelf for in c nfequence of Come favourable circurn ftances appearing on his was accordingly granted to aad he is not to be executed til Friday Ann Ahbot and Margaret Dyer who 1aft fefTion were acquitted of a robbery on the highway on Jane Pctterat were tried at HicksVhall on on an for the afault on the faid Pot whicli proving to be a very violent they were fentenced to be imnriibned oie year in New and find fecurity for their good behaviour for twelve It is not a little that near two thuds of the felons haverefufed to hare their irons knocked previous to their trials at the The it to thofe who arc not old is attended with fome degree of from ring the bone of the in confequence of their not hold ing the limb in a firm while thofe hardened who have been long ufeJ to the Darbies as they phrafe their fetters undergo the operation with the greateft George to MifsSulUnnali of Jofeph Efq of Dul to a widow of the fame at to Mils of of Green to Mifs of in to Mifs daugh ter of of At his feat at in Devon Southcctc Efq whofe eftate defcends to his only brother the Richard Hatherfall lute of Trinity Richard Efq one of the band of gentlemen The one of the Prebends of Pauls At his houfe George At in the aoth year of her Mifs Mary Lsetida only daughter of William Efq of She waj to have been in a fevy to of and was entitled to a fortune of L James of In Halfmoon John In Mifs daughter to Richard At the Chancellor and Refidentiary1 of that At bis houfe near Barnes in Henry formerly tpbacconift in Aiderfeate lineadraper in the whole fale tobacconiit in In Alderfgste In Berwick aged John Efq who was a Captain in the army in King Williasas mafter of the Vine at From the LONDON Jofeph Lavwence and Thomas of VVhite Horfe in Drury in woolendrapers and partners to furrenuer the at ten in the the nth ot afour m the and yth of at ten in the at in Jhrog Days appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts Efiates Willum late of of at five in tiie at Guild Notrhall of chefe the of at five in the at William kts of in Wiflowj ROYAL Cftober NOTICE is hereby That fach perfons as are willing to fuppiy this Hofpiral BLUE CLOTH LONG and ths next Cloath Jng of the may give in their polals to the at in on Wednelday the i ith day of Novemhtr at i j oclock the fcrCnocn and in thmean time he informed of further by ac the Stewards oifice at ihis WHEREAS it hath been malicioufly reported by at tie A ngel at Bark to my that my herfes are now intetted with and that Isft week I was obJijed to fend fix away with the fame infection I declare tint this report is totahy tjlfe j and that during the term of years i in 1 huve been happy ai never to have had fuch a ditfiTKer in m ftabie5 177 ElatkBLl HOLLAND ANY of the principal Propiietors of the townlhips in Hollandfen are of the fubdividon thereof evidently promote the pubiic and b the rrolt of preventing further outrages and diiturbances in MAN The Proprietors cf Kirton are earneflly requcfted to ar by or on TuefJay he 5lh day oi November the t Inn in to con and form of a bill to be prcsnicd to Parliament the next The Proprietors of Frampion are dofired to meet at the fame r the fame on the of November The Proprietors of Wjgtoft on Thurfday th day of November And the Proprietors of Suttertjn on Friday the day of Novemhet S T A T E O T T E K Y TICKETS SHARES arc now felling in reat K L 1L T CHER and At thenStateLone Piccadilly cr it their OSce the end of The ihove offices have been for hating and felling priori in corrft IJOOKN irt and thne relative to ihs prcfent he die tile to Art of wltltoj The are at the low An A An 6 jS 3 9 i 15 FLETCHER and o A Sixteenth on 6 o A Thii 090 o A 046 late Prrtprictciri of the OfRe5 and the barer to modate their an at JAMES on the and at in the where Tickets and m ly be in as variety as in and ilfo the country in on the receipt of any good notes or in London or and the if paid agrte able to duely anfwerecl and all kinds of Government Securities bough or fold by Alfo muney a ivanced to and fuch perfons as are intitled to tpcn rejLnable with difpatch and Tickets Shares Infiiicd from Blanks during The Lottery begins drawing the jjth of 3 where AdVercifcments and Letters of intelligence sre tiken in where chofe who chafe to be feffad A THIS p Artwles of from are alfo received by RTcflAaotoit and at the Royal J MufaAY 10 Fleetarett at the Corner of in OteStrind he bottom of Manias j C Jfv Corner of Chariugcrofs in New Eondftreet and NO WHERE OCTOBER HE States of Bavaria have come to refoiution to gran1 the proprietors of land diminution of near one fouith of their former af on account of the late unfavourable Orders having been fent hither from the Court of Bruxelles ior the erection of a fanal or Hghthoufe for the benefit of navigation on this coaft in and of that to this port in light koufe on all this from the iflaad of in to the Gaflcets the faid lighthoufe was fome days ago begun to be erefted in a redoubt near the Weft fide of the entrance of the It is to be a ftone column of 104 feet with a fire lighfon the to burn from funfet to funrife all the year to be ieen three or four leagues at fea will be compleated The King has been pleafed to appoint Thomas De Efq to be a Groom of his Majcftys the l8th of at eleven in the at the Spread in George late of in the county of the igth oT at ten in the fore at of in SufTexj the ipth of at ten in the at William of in the Ith of at three in ihe at ibe OJrf in John of in but tn maker and the loth of at ten in ihe at the in Certificates to be to Chriftopher of Newcsft apon linen and on or before the i6th Abraham de of in ilie Minones winemerchant and infurxnce on or trefure the of late affitfant to the of has purchafed a large crvnmodioas in MiSdJciex Jata i LadyMjfy Tryon and has prepared tc for the reception of young gentlemen His terms art twerty6x guineas for teaching and fix guinea entrance and hr will take cars to provide the bA maftsri dincinS every proper accompli flinieftb Pair will open his fthool on Monday the As a hjghly preiujiciil to rtiy Wea in refpedt to my cordiiff on Thflrfday laft IfinJ ittyfelf under the neceflity of publicly denjyig i neithef nor encouraged iiie into which Gentlemen were I ufo4 every method in my power chtclt iheir violence and gave them the iticil I will juft prerentarir n of mv competitors For tfie propriety of my I appcif to every peifon who fiw me tlial A ALL SORTS OF LMANACKS For the YEAR Will be publiihed together at on Tutjdny the igth Day of November Ihis Day ivas pubJbedt Price The SECQND Revifed and THE GOVERNESS Little Calculated for the entertainment and inftrudlion of young Ladies in their By the AUTHOR of DAVID SIMP A book adapted and exceedingly proper for the life of Printed for in the This Day tvas The THIRD nearfy in TweJv Pnce only 1 adorned with hend hy THE WORKS of HENRY flfcf With an Eiiay on the and Genius of the By ARTHUR Printed for in the Of whom may be An elegant edition of ihe above book prirrted on lae in 8 price or 4 price The Hiftcry of Tom a Foundling a new in 4 price The Adventures of Jofeph anc hit friend Abraham Adams in 2 price Thii Day utaj In One Price bonnd The S COND AN UNIVERSAL fcrcfrONARV of tfff MARINE Copious Explanation of Terms and Fhrafes employed in the S T A T E L O T T E R GOVERNMENT will dedufl Tenper fiom the Prizes in this but no ether DE DuqTION whatever will be made from the SHARPS purchafed at this Office they are fold at the icwsfl in tiie grcatett and the liberty of examining by E N H A M and Stock At their in the oppofite Giorers The following Prizes were and re at this In the laft Lottery j fold in In the Lottery 1769 fold in fold in In the Lottery 1768 5000 fold in and as Uft drawn ticket In Lottery 7767 fold in fold in In the Lottery 1766 In Lottery 5765 10 The moil exafl Numerical and Regifler Books will be kept at this Schemes given gratis and all Letters portpaid duly Our likewife all Members may depend on Tickevs and Shares on the moft reafonalile terms and all bufinefs re lating to the Lottery and Government Securities With greateft care and The Lottery will begin drawing orr Monday the i8th of rsoft Money te given fof with views of tlierr antl To which is annxed x tranflation of thafjFrtncI md collected from the wbrks of u Aubin By WILLIAM T A N E F Pfinteo for in Of ivhorn may hy the fame Ths a in a pjics Tfjii Dayiv as pubii In Two A N W EDITION of TpHELADYS PHILOSOPHY 1 Theory of and hu rnncriiles of made familiar to KI liberal TraniUteJ trom the Signer A LO of Printed for th FT corner of Pauls iifj found The of Tiie Life of Richard of the Earl PJ To wltith are tiie Livsi ot Sir Francis and Adniiral AH written by the Author Doj was Price i The T H I R D EDITION REFORMED A VJ Syrtem of General according to an acco rute of tha faience j augmented with fevera banshes omitted hy fotner In four Ct the Nature and Principles Of Mathe CMT Teciipjcal branch is given en account oficsobjeft afrd an the the hiirory of rife and fof i to the beft advar The xvhote illullrared and references to whcfe femitntnts are cited and Dcfigned for of the curious in and Audonu in is added a copious of the rrr the arrfwtfting the end s Diaijtiafy of 6eherai Printed at the cf fmfli 1Jbis Da nwij In One iilullMtedwith T Price in or board A Complete SYSTEM uf both in Theory the mort rmti foramodioiw snd by all i in ufe with regular forms Of j Journal j the method of tHyftflrrpof to quantity and T6 art of Stfivcying bj the Plain i a true and table of the from i to affc a table of tho and Tangents jo every dere and together wwh a tafeja of Logrftical 1 By THOMAS Printsrf for at j atid at 1 The shove work may be 14 Nrtmder rj cwen are denred to fomgleus iheir i
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