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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 5, 1771, London, Middlesex f L O t O Price Twopence T U E S D A to in by B LAD in Paternollerrow where Advertiffmeius and Letters of kretfjgenee taken THIS Articles of and Letters from are in Fleetftreet at the Corner of Strand the Corner of jChariagcrofs in and WHERE tnd where thofe who chufe to be regularly ferved with er by and the Royal Exshtage i oppofite Dunltaofl the bottom NOVEMBER from the L O N D O N G AZ E T T E T T E R S from Mofcow bring an accoimt of a tumult in that city fioned by fome regulations the Archbifcop for checking the to which the lick thofe in health crowded The mob broke into the Archbifhops and plundered deftroyed the commute1 fevtral other di The Archbifhop fled to a neigh bouring where hs was attacked and cruelly murdered the next Great numbers of the populace were killed by the before they could be but as Count Orlovv was tp arrive at Mofcow on the 6th inlh it was hoped that prefence ami authority would effectu ally quiet the 15 The States were aflembled m Pkno hit an1 the proj5r for the Kings sfTurances was hid before them the Order of Clergy approved it but in the other Orders it was laid upon the In confequsnce of letters received from Petedbourg and giving an account of an infectious which rages in the of thofe feveral precautions havebeen taken by the a cordon of Iroops u ordered to in mid and COUNTRYN A canil is splng to between length of which will be 17 It has monftrared that the snoods wnich now employ n carviacjc will on tins intended caiuil be conveyed by The preferred to the vicarage of in 1V Sir William by of the who had tliat living upwards of 50 H I H N E W s Wind Arrived and failed for the and fro ITS Maryland from Reruin hii Majellys fioop Lord Mansfield and the India G n A v s i f NY PaHlfl by the Gideon and Han from Dunkirk ttrfliurgh iVoin Bremen Nice from Virginia and Neddy am fiwn ARRIVALS tV frlkvvirv Ports from the Queen of from ttrom New at frnm Mary ani fr m a1 from at Charming from at lii0 a XSAV from Liberty Knarv froin at from at Confhbir from Morrifon from at frnm at a Qramdj from at rom frnm at from fiorn it frnm f OITI jt from S Irum at from at iroin a from at Cnm ifim at at Biick a from nt yoitnt from lom a d Lcvsly fr m r from at ani M fVom at m L O N D of a frzm George en twelve months ago to pa ment due to reprefentativr itj die i Sun iv We rectived news this thai tlis c JeSion of pictures rhe gone to bott in a at ca tc from The Abbe and other hive received orders from tlie Court of give an of all tke young and whs live their juriklicrions or on pain for feiting 50 or furaifh 50 if the faid lilts dd net contain tlie names of each in habitant of their they forfeit 50 ducats for each omitred In the Abbe Oliva lias orders to repair the high roads in their on accouat of the vail quantity of wood and which are about will be very expenfive afFnir for thefe Iav this fprino haen obliged to fur nidi to the foreign An offrcer fentfrom General at to the Senate of thij arrived here laft and has demanded an oxaff lift of all the inhabitants who live in the Erxleiinltick territories to the Senate that they could not comply with as they had no Ecclefiaitick Extratf of a letter fron a in Jamaica to bis correfpindfiit in dated Yefterday we a moi violent fhock of an earthquake about fue minutes eight in the I to be Handing in a mer ftore ir began it was preceded by a rumbling noifr like durant but the baking of th houfe looa us of our and occMVincd us to ran into the treat to avoid the danger of its M houfes are and feveral The houfe in T 1 and the fkock was violent in rnylo Uiijroin as to break the deling of the room and paper and tlrew it Jown on thetefte of the bed had this happened in the you rmy judge how much my con and perceiving the legacy of in it for the without any hetitation or fcruple ofcqn put the md took porTdfion of the whole in confequence of uncles being fuppofed to have died The Clergyman to town foon and enquhing into the circumftances of his old friends nlked if he had will before he died upan being by Eyre in the the Clergy man very coolly put hand in his ani pulled out the former which had been com mit ted tu his Eyre had bequeathed him his whole amounting to feveral thou fand excepting a legacy of to his Monday tftethree men charged with robbing fht saaU oc the istb ofOctober were again exa Juftice at S had wlure the Solicitor of and feveral gentle when who was the accom pcrlifted m firfl charge againit the other arid declared that they three had previoufly de termined to rob the they had fixed on the place to lop and that to loiter to let the cart the other two to flop the whilil he ftood centinel his piftols at the gate on the road through which they drove ilucart that they accordingly did and as a lie whiln they were in the field ritiing tlie lie frood at the and with his knife cut and hacked the To prove and other re lative to the he was on hit ent dwn N I V E R OTICE is That Meeting of the TruJtew for ihe will he at the 1ivein ncir on Lihefd4y tie i ac ten day of to ternarion as well is many xv long the I be difficult to afcer from the of mind one was in it the I it continue nt ri hra il continued much i muft have proved fata to the would hive I do not fuid porbn altiongh one man was fa is to a xilcunv into the in the harbour fJt it very It is thi Fiv to throuh the iflartd i of a V An the feat wings of the c were going to I do not t hoar of any particular damage more than T Irtve Paris i v has at Chan theOuke de One of 1own juil as the company te Dukede had not down to fiiid in his cloltt to he and happily tlie fons of tlic Counted de Graiira who not to fun wirhthe bjcaufb of their ha 1 not yet enrered their apart oient in tiiat Tie ftcivard iut Itft NOJO y remained in it the had tho prafence of mind to throw himlVlf the the mafonry of which was fo fir mj that it and he was dug out Nr one wis hurt but if this accident had in th twenty perfoas The prices of rye arc fnormouily fume oi oar make a tottfi f eclat by We aie moil authinticaiiy that for a very ium of is now f a certain Iriili Vvho lately lolt an immenfc fum in the At icy to accrtuin It is that Squire Morgan is cciiainly rod to the lifter of a Co vcy unno it th county of have bvcn crufhcd to Agentlman latcly returned from Venice gives us a droll infiance of the arrogance and pride of the Venetian As he was walking one day with a French gentleman in the fquare of ihe accidentally jollied a noble Venetian as he palled who very gravely laying hold of him by the What kind of beali was the imfft heavy and The aftonifhid that he a He him th it rather than any pcrion he remaiaed time liicnf his re upon which the Frenchman very artlcfiiy told he thought thj elephant the in MI heavy animal upon Vrry replies the Learn f y thfuture that you are no to a noble coTtihoiulent it woviid be to reftnt thfe for fails in due to a at Venice will himklf iiivo kcd in i troubiefome The n fliip tlie is loir near and only i 5 of rhi crew eiuiday a on apiearsnce to his con of taken into CUITO v at anil to the with prior to the corn n taken out The iiuinic rciy the tiili cf the if Eiq pofielieci of a plentiful was at the Old Friday evening and fcntfuccd to t for ftcallng quires nf It fhews tin natural deprav Iy of he in heart and die pnncipks uponwhich prulnbiy account fjv the ofliis few years ago Eyres a it confdcnible made his wiilin jrot a who was his intimate niuLvt unknown to the relt of his cuCrody of the not long alrvrud mind with regard to rbe of his he made another niciein he lefi the Clergymim only the o to to goto nephew afrt r the old gentlemans ovci his found this Salt by the under a proper in a poft whenhe himfclf floppeci the chaife at the very and fhcwed the tree cut as he had and ths fpot where the mail all which correfponded with the pollboys they to be reexamined on Friday Yefterday two charged with committing a moft violent robbery at Wormley in Hertford hi re laft and alfo with being concerned in the robbery ahd murder at at lafl apprehended and committed by Sir John for further examination as were alfo two other charged with receiving part of the Itolen from the above knowing it to be On Monday night a fire broke out at bookfeller and in which entirely confumed the faid together with a bricklayers and a large wo kfhop backwards belonging to a On Monday a cleaning fome windows be longing to at the board on which he gave by which he fell to the and was killed on the DIED John a merchant in At his Iwufe in Tichridd Daniel At his houle in Barton one of the Collectors of the Land tax for the Inns of At his houfe in a whalefale At Myrefike in John aged who has left a widow the fame born the fame month they had been married i and have left and to the number of At whither he went the week before on n vifit to a William Eiqj of Hanover At her houle on relict of of thefame At his houfe in David Jrolxenor Charles now or late of in teadealfr to rhe h and in at tJiur in anJ 17 h of at tn m the jc in Shire Samuel or Great Gooimans in to furrcnuer the inli ar tour in tha tlie h or at ten in at nii in S cphcii or late of the of to turrendcr the or at eleven in thi at the Tnrc in in the fiid A EJwuij For Days appointed for maJcing th cf Bankrupts Ellates to of CJITI ker thf or at ten in the C n i lioniis late of in 2i t at ten ia at AlexniJrr cf in Pal ii rKcrchint tht uf ten in a1 on of ths C h o a ten in thi at to bo allowej co Ralph of ii cir pever nn or bfore the icrh hof of Gu JnAme but in tincity of putner wiih on obefore z6th inft of th gii nf in leiccf hufier j mi or before the ThisDay Price THE CANDID Iatrioiifm A By O V J A M S M U Ps R A Filmed for fue the in n it The the the C A M B R I D c On Monday the iSh of at ten in the At TR 1 N J T V H A ILL trgin a COURSE of LECTURES do the ROMAN CIVIL LAW wish Uw LAWS of By SAMUEL Regius Profcrfor Civil P O S T C H A I S E THIS is to acquaintthe and traveling the that thvjf muy be accommodatcd With neat ahlt Ho and careful Drivers two herfes nt per tour horfes at pr mile hy their JOSEPH at ht QucensHea n or Gecrgiy JOHN HIPP r RSON the tha JOHN the L JAMES STON ivcd the iwo Blue Iortfi o NOTICE i hereby on the of N JL wind and will it the if at MARViv Ior fron 120000 to ii MAHOGANY of the ihip jartiv ftrandcd there aifo the and q with now harbour if Marys to the hid lor For further particulars o Mr Gi at or to at i As alfo to be part of tlie LidOips oruoj Skins and 17 Burtalos all the fia rf and about 400 weight of To the An UR Ki in pnfcnt HERJiAS RICrtARDSQN GOODLUCK did rcquaint thjt they were poOclVed of he on tbt STATE LOTIERY and lluod a better chalice for prize ir ami ones in than other jrmiiVjiitifiv order corn the wnrU ihu m impofuincjij a Cjntaining hsf the Lot tery before ihe Or ui u tha ofthe ihofinifhing of the opened a e before his and rctpeift it out ct 1 vermtwo capital i b ing the whoe the Lofry fifty ttto in the the two tje ihiee Our out ot live out of of fourteen out of twentytwo twentytwo out of thrty MetFrs RICH AR BSON snci CCK themfelvf the fuccef cf the calculation kft ii be Iufficisiu their ticket are uuriur toothers and haing rrocurcd fom the in ihe ualcu 1 itionOii the prefent Loiterv rg to inform tne that tUey are now feilinf in krtF frum a Malt to a Sixtyfourth their ihe next ro the and he of CXnihill ind oppofite the wherealj rclativa to the Lottery is fidtlity and In anfAer to feveral interefted by their ai Viiifemcnts are daily rhjt rhe above account uf the calculatian is nij oniy to iinpofo we beg leave to thac a si ion cannot lie Kid while itf11 and at as low a price ts anyohr The richlic wkom we ownourlclvet Sehotien ar ihr beii it can be an iuipfitirn and the of enemiii ro pfciucics u we hope fur a continuance of tke public long si ike integrity of our may cUferv Littery ci iih nf STATE L O T T K R y it W II I T II I L and T R A C No at Stste L irhc fnnt of SELL J in 3iid f at tils lowef js as is be n we judgirunt of thv Tickets put together in t which undo boi is of s Thirty K vaiiccy of tenni to the t ihmit to uie impartial coutider vr as and fVoin thence ly any cal tho it K 1 ty he only be to jencc tlic t of the e hofe the natjrc of iiall re re ior a tinuanci cf ht favours cf the on thtpurKiualJity yt our prizes were and rcsjirtered it his office in th lart lottery i i a of in tvclve prlzs of fold in cih CoriKt Numerics and RCiller of the Drawing of the Lotty arc and are pei irnfi ot their ate tred to any part of All Shares fold at this oifke will bs and the Prize and Shares of paid to aift of Tickets and Shares Infured during the begins on Monday the ith of Movenii Not Two Ehuiki to a Letters duly refpondents in the country may ancj Shares fjin by reniitting good at dare on London and if hey rtmir any 5 vet niay depend it Tiall be punflualiy paid to and vvjth their feveral India Exchequer and all kind of GoYernmem Securities r1 r i rs
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