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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 9, 1771, London, Middlesex L O O J PHcd Twopence tmi SAT U R to TU S D NOVEMBER NOVEMBER From tbt LONDON OCTOBER AYthe GreatDuke and Duchefs returned to from their couritry feat of Poggio a to tlie Emprefs Queens which is to be performed this day with great And the Great Duke being formed of his Royal High nefs the Duke of Gloucefter intention to be prdent at this immediately gave orders to fufpend the difpofitions for his dining in that ho might dine with hjs Royal iiiid fjerit Count Thurn to acquaint his Royal An hour after this was was received from of his Royal HighneiVs being very much which prevented him from ixmg prefent at tfee Jamefst Between one andtwo oclock this William one of the domeftks belonging to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glou arrived from virriieh place he left on t5th with an account that his Royal High by his phyficians to be oat of dan gertlrom the very alarming illnefs with which hchacL been r fejttrctay arrived a Mail fram On the nth Inftant the Latly Antometta arrived here with her yaungelt She was three in flavery among the Turks at and was redeemed by the TrAitarian who likewife defrayed the of her amounting together to This Lady was presented to the aientiorted Monks arjfc in treaty for the ofanother and two daughters of that who are ftill in flavery fcveral A courier arrived from Milan the day befoie who brought an accotint that the marriage ef hisRoyal Highnefs theArchduke Ferdinand with the Princefs Beatrice celebrated there the i of this They write from that upwards of 130 French officers there intend to join the Some late advices arrivedhere that the plague has broke out between the capital of the Otto mnn empire aud The fituation of Bohemia is truly and obliges the Emperor to flay there longer than he in order to procure redrefs to the The fcarcity which prevailed there cannot but be fufficient quantities of provifions having fent thither from hence and from to fupply double the numberof inha bitants that are in the His Imperial Ma jefty fpores ivo pains to difcover themonopolizers of corn and other neccfikrics of and is determined to puniih them in exemplary Several of them have been already taken Among other regulationsnudeby all the land arc obliged to the magazines he has citabliihed at Prague at a fixed price with as much corn as will the city for two A new regulation of all weights ami miufuvcs macle ufe of is likewife ordered to tike We learn from that the Radian man of war that from thence for Petedburgh fome time was wrecked near Yftadt n Scania but that the confining of were hippily By an order of the ift five exportation of potatoes out of this province is prohibited on pain of forfeiting the goo Is and the either boats or which ihall earry and a penalty of double the value of the Wind1 Caine down and failed the EarJ of for Remain 1s brig and the Wind Catris down anc failed the for the Grenades tor Sailed tor the river the Remains rhs Paired by the fvocn Calais from Corke and Jtelty from ARRIVALS at the following Ports fiuu George and from at Richird from at from at Mary and fom Five from at John and from at John anrf from at from at from at from ar from at from at Barbaryi fram Mary and from at at from at from Peicrfburjij at from at from a from at from at from at frorn at at from at from at at from at from a from at from a at from nt frgm at from af from at Lady from at I Q N D Yefterday afternoon another exjsrefs arrived from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucester at Leg which not only confirms the formeragreeable and pleafing accountof his fcejng thought to be out of likewife of his being entirely reco It is remarkable the McrTenger on his land ing crofled the leaving the metropolis on tie and went firft to Lady Waldegrave at Leo Lodge near and then went to tlieir Majefties at Richmond A great Perfonage is under the greatcM anxiety Royal and Jeib and Robert E one of the General for Leghorn on Saturday lati they are to travel over land from Calais to Mar Extrati of a Letter frcm His Royal Highnefs theDuke of Cumberland arrived at thisplace on Sunday He had and Tome They went immediately to the Silver and ftayed there till Monday and then fet off for His tlie of aud fLvtral In thedebate on turned chiefly on rlie word rhePehfion Lift was menrionej and the name of Schro der remarked be only a Cover for a penfloii of a year to a petty German It was that this Schroder was aclually therefore the penfion ftiouL was op by the Caftle who would hi that hj could not be is they could produce a cer tificate that lie was adlually afive laft The Hiufe broke they had been informed accountof the ifcite of would be laid before them on the fecond day of There were prefent at Guildhall on Saturday laft the Prince of Heile fhe Lonl Cliaiicel Xord Frederick the of the three of the the foflowing Sf and She riff rmd many other of Trecothick appeared Tie entertainment on Saturday laj at wns one of the mcft bell fervedup of any lias rriany years no 7x penee being fpared out of iivcry attended in Their proper fncli as icrv tpeccm ftruit arrl regular removes and counts each fafisraiftiofl to ail About nine dancnig and hftsd no longer than on accouatof Sunday tbui com msncins i and at f vvu tnc whole company had krt the oxk of the tvas andClrtptcr ta tlc living of valued at Aud it is that the Lord Chancellor has preferted the Hurdis fon of Vlic abcve gentlerriin to tfer liting worth per on ofhis The of Tir John f revelyaii de livered of at in The Lady of Georvt Elq delivered of a at tiuir houfe 1 to tlie on the day of at her hojfe in May When this mitter could no longer be conceal married pair went to from whence hi wrote A letter to the in which be acquainted his That he was married to a miift amiable and worthy lady that indeei it was in hia Mys powtr to deprive him of thou a but not of the pmefshe as may be furjpoe cafipned much farther confcqgencc it will is not yet It was telligeuce of the Ridiculous and as this feem at firfi it 1 thinking upon n nomczus appcir very ferious and A correfpondent thinks it very extraordinary Md mould fix on the of rirtho onry perfon he could communicate his opisVion as the latter has lately given fuch amazing profs of liis great Laft Saturdays Gazette contains his Maiirftvs order in that as information liKs been that the phgue hath broken and now rages at and other parts by and with the advice of his PrivyCourt doth thereupon judge it that infec tion may be brought intothis oithe iflesof Sark or from oi loins other port or place in the of Kuffa His JVIajefly doth therefore Thit and now or that hall hereafter in any pjrt oitliis king or the iiles of Sark or from or from any other pyrt or place in the domi nions of make their quarantine fwr fbrtv under the reftrkTions mentioned in the order which is to commence and from the day each fiiip or vcffcl fliall coiae to anchor in the appointed for performing ami not before and the place for performing quarantine by fuch mips and veflels having the infection on board as are bound to the of Thuvnes and be and by fuch as are bouud to any other of thejyjrts of is fuch places flill he appointed the officers of hii Majefty3 Cuftmns in faid HOUSE of COMMONS of October This day the was refolved into a Committee on the and when the Speaker had the tfte report ordcjcd to be received the next dxyj anri the orJcr fof fuch as not ajiperu or give a ipecial reafon foi their abfence mould betaken into the cuftody of the Serjeant at was the whole of 30 and were chiefly taken up in examin ing thi report of the taking notice of the and in debating whether the paper in titled the Efnmate was an Eftimate or In the ceurfe of the tiic lilt penfions granted 1761 was ordered to be read afford ed both grief and mirth jTief to Le it fo extra va gandy and mirth at hearing fome of the when it was nenHy ob jected to the reading any more that HS it was ordered to licon the any member might perufe and not have the time of the taken up in unnecellury This arofe from his for when tne clerk continue J ths very next was Jtreraiah the for of i on Saturday Wilkes havingbountifully irccommGiatcd his numerous fjicjids iviih tickets of Kis ac through fome tlicm firlves at that for many has iwen for the Lord wbttttlicy came from the found their rabie in the poneffion of the perfon aboTSmenticncd an ar oument a was near being occafioned 5 the perfons to quit their and ahliongh tLs to the Chanrellorquoted and proved tliat they only ItoOd upfor thtir cuitomay yet the otlveis obftUiately iq as to ftun rife at they re the interference of the Mr wha ill behaved thoecc After miicii enti eaty frooi the at that gentlemrarluftcntJ linnn and fuffered Fiench wine Aiiother account fayjj fjvsnl quarrels brasier Snd fmUIij of to MiisHallettj of Gcfordroaff Lady At his houfs Joho fo MayfairJ mafter the Hart in Anne At the Colonel of i4and lie lias left both real and pr which is Very Sir Ralph their prefent At his lodg ings in DWftor At lodgings at the a gentleman who hid been orders above a At John Efti for nisrly a in BrfhopfgateftfeeU Of the at Winchmore hillj Thtofias Lord of the Manor of Tiiis gentleman was nephew and heir td the latfe James Efq of the fame and has left a daughter about a yeHroldj and a vridoV Wi with Ar Hall William In 9ld Gilbert At Webfterj in Fcrgufoiij in from John of in the city of warekoufenaan j to fufrsnier the aoi szd at Sve in the andsiftof jtteninrhe at Cbwn nnd in IFadc of cooper j to the nth and Z5th at four in the a ift of at ten in the for en at Divid ofNorth in the Lt biewer to furrcnder the j8di and and ft of at ihree in the at ibe CuilomHojfe coirce in Newcsftlc upon Mr in Oiiicr of in del in rh m to furrcnjr the i4h and 27th at in ths and25ftof ten in the at and in men liript and fought in th jnil a meichant iiavt hiked iVord his is plealant toobfervethe articles fleets invented by A iqtiadron of fix hips of wtar juft failed out of Now no rlij of witr can either go in oroiitof tire harbiOttr btinij except dJnrrjn tijri it nrivigab to the Letrreis from the Hague meittion afhice has been recvd Hi eve that a crew of commanded by relation of who in 1764 attacked the Speaker uoiv the ueighbour huod of the had taken one Dutch arid country A iliip from the with ths plague is laid to be drivin 3 about the North The Sea from Newfoundland to a is We are Informed that been offered for Blakes Mark who Lord Fiirnhirrf s Monilny la I at New a Lac i Jh i r his or Hois Tlu lilt Laft Satunlay a merchants clerk was taken into cuirody and carried to the Pciiify for forging a draft of 5 jo inthe name or a mfrcluint of this oi n banker in he itopped in offering it at ti Eefules the men Sir John Fieldings people have htciy taken at tliree moreconcerned in robbery andmardcr at Che who were all to on Friday and committed toNeA A fourth was on the as was pert to to give his companion notice to niore be longing to this hoi rid gang are net has been made at the office in Bovv on night lalt a gentleman robbed on COiiftituticnhill iii the Grcsn piirk by who appeaied to be foldicrs in co loared A dav5 ss a mm was exercising his hqrfe on Newmarket jace he thrown off again fr the and killed on the A few days ago a lately belonging to the Ljn colndure committed to Nottiagliam on aviolent fufpicion of of Kir in that by givingher a blow on tiK with a mitajtly killed On thu deafh of who been of Clitflor ls marc d furrcnier tne 8h Lndaqth and zift ai in 21 Lon Mark of River in nf in j toiui rencitr thezift nnd st foujr in the aftcrno at ir late of in 3 to tlie 15111 and 2yth and aift of at ren in the at in Waiter bte or in lioendrJiLr j tc ihe 2d and 2 i i of at fte in in William of ftiff cliont tu furieinitr1 ihe afld at four in and 2 of at ten ia the at fegh Jarob of Bookers Gardens bardwaremaji j to furrtnder the jfith and 2 ift of at four in the st Guilihalli Ralph Hafiusejy of in grorer furrenderthe and sift of at the in Metft vy iU in Days appointed for rnakirig the o Binferuptf to of in the loth Uie Loi tij of the pariflr of at and Oofling rn at at the in and chaptnaa j yie if tic ffrcnoyjj at In in the city of Jotin Henry of robac cfcnifti the jotkcf Dectniher ttftntft faQte si of De at five lite of iri T arid ifekef f1 tfie 4 fa if at fiuR in L to tc BankraptSj Wiilisrri of 5pr the parii f in thi in nrn onorteforc lie jcth intj ia fadlcr j cfl of r on or 3crh in Henry if GrdVt the TWif tualtei or
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