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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 7, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence From T H U R S D A NOVEMBER to S A T U R D A NOVEMBER Sold by at in Paternofterrow where Advertisements and Letters of liteliigence are taken in and where thofe who chufc co be regularly fcrved THIS are Articles of and Letters from are received by RICHARDSON and at the RoyaLExchange oppofite DunHans in Fleetitreet i at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom of Charingcrois the Corner of New Bondftreet and NO WHERE NOVEMBER FOREIGN A F F A R OCTOBER weeks ao the follow the moft terms told that though been felt all orer the ifhnd of Thefe To the and Freeholders ing accident happened to a family in mean circum llances redding at a village near this cityThe of the family having not been obferved to go abroad as two of his nciijn it upon his to enquire after him found his and little in a molt moving all fcized with violent pain anti The affiftance of a phyfician was imme diately after ufmg every means for the of theCe unhappy had the fatif faftion at laft of faving the but the childs diforJer was not to be lo eaflly removed for after repeated trials of which proved the daughter lull contiivied Seize 1 with nn intoeraHle heat and attended with cold and which ibon ended hfr Un opening in the coaid not the honourof an Tie hoped he had a hand and heart to his iiirer from dif and therefore begged he would difconthuie his This refolute for fome had the defired cffecl but at finding all his depended on poflbiling he fent for the airl told he ready to marry his The Crlone took him at his We hear that the ceremony was performed about five A marriage of the of with Ilorton daughter of and widow of Efq of the county of Derby Jay long and probably would iviil have continued had it not been for the inquiiitive zeal of fbme of his late whofe difcoveries gave birth to intelligence in the public ib highly injurious to tlie reputation of as IV nobry refolve to avow the iriilh at any riik t The it is has been fo fo tunate as to rrn a of great into Bcnednk iarriid is the widow of Kfj a man of confiderible who eighteen months Since fhe is alfo djuch opening in the uas fonnd great Jied eighteen months Since fhe is alfo djnch quantityof between Che liver ter m As lie the and between the duplicature j niaikabic and an graeJuI de omentcm about the witn iiiKaminaMn bt ii fr any other prr it n the inteilines all occasioned by partaking of foup prepared in a copper the tinning A which was worn by ihe had thrown oat the verdigris among the ilrup in a plentiful C O U N W T R V N E This day the Rev Tvlailer was el VLe cellor of this University for the year S H I P N v Wind Arrived for the with the L rd Mansfield anr the and iVon from from Briftrl and Ann and from Ujblin frnj Penzance from from Remain iis M floop and hy the fofeph L o from of from Wavre de from AmSerd im from Norway and John and from at tV foliovim Pirtsv fom at from at from at from at from at from at from in the Tobago from at from at from at from at from at froi at Hull and at iVom at from at n r Ii Ciurminj froi at L O N D O RfjnolJfs NjveKiir i have made unto us by di vers of om of i and fhbailiff cefs againft their perfons or goods fcr or the at the tiiv do treatopen adjOiSMg for the piipoie cooJs ot the or of the and Thtfe to the s direct rf notice to al our or oiilcers any charge juch tiie or perions coinmiiting the will be immeJiately from the laid JOHN FREDERICK His MajsRy had n in the of the birthday of the o It is faid tliat veil st nve HII lint to the bdfrey rf Mirtini in the co tat there he n of 11I nn that A certain has been examined bfore a ccitain Great relative to a talked of marrarrc the Colonel pofitively af ili thatlie was ihcy in tii af fair tint he WTS entirely of it from egin to end he inolL mould have aprifeJ his of it in A ur wiiafoil We formed fromivfpechble rrithority TheP heinOP a viili fome time filUr to tiic ber for he fell io in lovs wiih as t a o his p i fim tint For time the incly pild it as a piece of but the cor timing his f Ker day alarmed b fir as to her hrother the p Colonel di is iaid to bs lively r an ti of to errJLiy at after two on of the domcftuks of his the Duke of arrived ar F L from which he i an i brought the agreeable news Hnefs was ib well rccovere i of his that lie to about his and judged by his Phylicians to be out jr riie had delivered his as haviiigtnivellcd upwirds of 1830 miles in n he ing out to for which lie hired a horle in and tuining out of that Itreet into the lurie beinj extremely vie threw him and lie the to fill th the hick part of to the by he fraSturud lus and was carried vithout to Georges The folbwinr is an extract of a letter received from Sir John at Leghorn on Tueidav laft His Ilijhnefs of Las rribly aiHicljd with the in his ter attended with his ufual aiutings lan letters that a revolution was laid to have hap pened in the Portnguefe province of Brazil in South Yefterday at the Admiralty lemons in the Oid John Shoals was tried for the wilful murder of Allen of on board Eiack about 300 leagues from Annamarne in and alfo for running away wivh the fkid and turning It appeared on the evi after the Eiack Prince tlie esitereil into a conipiracy to turn they the and nine of the into the gave them a fmall quaitity of and left hem tcrtlie mercy of tlie vaves in confequence of which they Having thus got rid of their they elected new ones in their ihad from among thern Allen wlio was the having Lrrciirred tlieir they tried him by who unanimoufly condemned him to lie up at the The was charged with at in tlie and having in the execution was charged i h fr niirdering ry broke iTnmediatcly the poor to the iy lie ijll into the was drowned he wa therefore acquitted of the but was f r tie of which he and immediately recene1 lentciic of Sir Thomas Salufbury the Kinds attended in his Mondav forenoon as a of Mi fbme cattle ii Smitli he dropt down in an apoplectic ad On Siturday niJit a who had frequently informed iers for liquors in ferrnon an Ikivtlc piayiii in their houies was let upon in M by five or fix ho beat him io that hs wa curried chiefs to his where lie the nexr Wednefiy the Coroners Injiilf OK the bo y fburd rir was taken in the brouht in parifh of when te verdict of j hnTho and another perfon id John Thomas wns by Juftice on ew nvs ao gnor and the latter of which has been par ticularly trouMeibmci to and feem to threaten a lyncope or His My is io much arrected with the prefent fituation of his as not to have been able to get any reft nights Extrad of a Letter fron arrived here a f frjin by whom that about three weeks the Coromaritee negroes belonging to Henry Plantation at Blaody bay in liad been run away forne joined with other to the number of 53 or came t tii e plantation with an intention to de n bo nging to then on the gone off the but left and to their There were on the who defended for fome and killed one of the but at laft were obliged to retreat and tiu who were the objects of their refent happily an1 got to a place of iafety at wliiili tiia rebels were fo that out of revenge tluy burnt every houfe and hut on theplan thn attacked and plundered Olcys plantation Parlahevicr and at Little Englifhmans Captain of the troops at wio has a plantation at Calhra in of the bays having intelligence of theie marched with 12 foldiers through the heart of rhe Barbadoes bay to a pkice in the mountains on the Norfhfide inac where built and with Lettiiig to the top of the emi nence where they were polled with firearms ready to receive heatticked them after a for them to In rhis attack a ierjeant was and a private man The Captain tbn frarched their and fiiJiid them well llorecl and other Every tiling that not carry lie I lie rebels arcnow quite and two parries out to cour the one under the com of and tr otlier luuler that of and it is not will be able foon to put an the prefrnt nnd the gentl men of rhe will take fuch meufuresas wiil prevent the like for the The Lombn from Courdenux with a cargn wor h uoivards of is off and it is feared will bo loL Aii p of to be the Swal is loir oil vrite from accounts hare been received there of a iuuck of au earthquake having Yclmiay th Camper committed wilh concerued in tle murder of Maiv day John LeOly WP hyrhe committed to charged en oatli on a viilrnt of being concerned with John Thomas in the laid The pickpockets have a new method of refcuing each When one is an of genfeel charges him with having picked his under of taking him before a procures his A prefentation has paffed the to e n alii e die late of Jhns col to hold tlie vicarage of in the county and diocefs of void by the re of the late James Efq of Welbeck to Mils Mria in to Miis Kilty of in the in to Mifj of James Efq of LowLay to Mifs cfthc fame At his houfe in the Richard of Ail Souls In John In Hanover John Ann wjft of a in grocer and tea in S A T E L O T R nplCKETS and SHARES of TICKETS are JL now feling ar the loweit By and At their Old in icoesHead the Where many piizei uve fold and in tlij Lottery the and in the Lotir belidt5 feverai xe of and in the former t two Tianks to j i1 ThiOgh we have betn very larje prizes jn nuny pair the of SUP YOU are requeued not to ei ynur votes incevel the prclent i general mierin csn be i id at Stowmarket where y ur former wordiy svlio ymi in rht i will be put in ncminaiion i which ol his kn eornfciily v R i E NOTICE ishereby Thar a Meeing f the TrufwesMtJttiie River hj hv vt the Lonrn on at ten ccl iii i A ut November Clerk to the L O Nf D O N A N N U1 T I Gcncial Meeting o cluiVlcraben of the faid bocic will be ar chcir houf in Old Fifli near on h h o i OC thc T i hzth been iiiikce cr niv lend ox t 1 rjpo diiinj the term nf 1 n fu happy as nevci to h ported and that u I uive uuii a in R C HARr MARC At STAR and C A i T R E TAKES the liberty of iniorming i an who h ive f It wed their on in fupp iie Inn lire lus I i dy h B o n I Ii rh in town vvliorfi w rcfi hjn vcy i unexpected y it from t at next on by he purchafe1 tiurforj he b to hi j ae meaiij o put rv Star n iy fit for Lit ti n it tl C m u 1 of i pt n of friends of n r f e uar i n rn ar ri u ii IT rn cnve iiu i ad h ior tie 1e i t o i A H oh 7 rhs into ppcariiig that T a Holl hed iii f Bji in tlie Ninth of tht on tlit i6h of Lift WHS d nliderarion it part of in S be in aid the nV bv the mitnoners of the Noth and iicr hy tie decay of the it is he of this the will receive no benefit by i1 any may ro be tte Ud v faid forthe piirpoics the faid be hy tverv both previous as well as durinc thenext feffion f It is iifo the unanimous opinion of this that rliis resolution be c at the to be held at on by Grunrly and Waller and three fuccetd ns weeks in the Genera Evening Pot and Aad alfo an msein will bt Itcld at thtChequer en the day uf Novtjnhvr at wliicli all the in fju iiUia are d o b or at n in of r To L S O L D by Public A U C TI O In levcral of which linieiv HIT iii Good F at prefent divided ino a ir bre hcuie with a cf water Ibihi orher a tijj ujirn of iViir ays a cr an i ixharJ tlircv nd three fi or of me acioinin au cihsr pjr zi icCj ur thereabouts near the h rojd ia fix irom n t o the ihcw ti be cf in and or in in ami nf m ii V i N S H To be SOLD by AUCTION Beiioni to aflert that r t i n I yet e nor ir to in the ot of on o ten miles o guided ly merit thnr coaternpt ini tiy for j and U the tvi 1 tviri i avoid having recourfs to of their en the falne oi our Every muft appeard very tfj tvit the numbers ef die and drawn from thence p The will be pdd at fhii atthe per agreeable to AcV of in the country may to anv by good billat ivJu or fiiort and they remit mure thsn rhe it ihail be punctually ro TicUru carefully aaj t moil ac count of their Schanio Let EC poit piid iiily The Lotitiy wra bgiiT the three Aho t 1 01 n crfray the cth it fice of iir the t n and on i I i the j is ii j fo j rents and Tiiefe have txtcnlive i r kc a lnortn couriry My aJv For further particulars to in LVi or in ohn of Cumbrawicii i in who will ii
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