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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 12, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L O N D t r Pjrtce From NOVEMBER u fe TA H U R S D A S61d it in Paternofterrow where AdVtfnifememts and taken in where thrjfe THIS tre crefiera Articles of and Letters from are received by and fcoyalExchanje io Ftetftreet at the Comer of w the Strandj the bottom of tlie Corner Charingcrofs In New BonoMlreety and NO clmfe to be regulwly ferved with NOVEMBER L O N 0 N A Z E T T OCTOBER IS Catholick Majefty nas in in honour of the birth of the Infant of It is dedicated to the immaculate conception of the and is named the Order of Charles tije Strides all the Priupes of the there are to be of this Ofier zoo a a Matter 6f the a Trea TheGreat will be eompcrfed of the principal perfoYis of ttie and the Knights are receive an annual The diftemper among the horned cattle its appearance in French Flan this government ordered a Cordon to be form ed in the neighbourhood of to prevent all communication vitbthe places This order was fo that who were to attend the Bruges market with abfented themfelves for two market days fo that the Inliabitants were a week without any corn to be bought upon which imagining the command ing officer to be the fole eatifeof this went in a tumultuous his demanding him to be delivered up to them whicb being re they forced into the which they aim oft By this time a guard of foldiers having cleared the drefled the officer in queftion foldiers and by that means fa him from the fury of the Since this affair General marched U with two battalioas and fix pieces of cannon and we hear that every thing there at C O U R Y N E W 9 A fewdays an old travelled the country with was overtaken oh the North turnpike by Corns throiigh fporband whip ped his galloaay a long Vay the road till poor nym fell and his horfe brwifed that he died foon s R 1 P v E w Wind downandre main wfcrtThefhips rtie for WewYork and for ir PaiTerf hy the Cur from Waterford from Dublin from Oporto from Kius Thomas and from from Maryland from the mJes from Georjia and London ARRIVALS at the follcnvine Ports Amy from at from at from at Join and from at at from at from di at Balic from at from at fnm at Charming from at Peter and frow at from at John and from from and at from at fron at fiorn at Polly and from Londi from at Lady frcm at from ar Trom at from Hainburzh at from the Leeward ford from at from L O O The Duke of was not married in Eng laadj wns not privj to the coiinection with liis iiflerjfo that the many para graphs which have appeared are in a great meafnre rnnftiy ideal a drier fearch now making all the is Sanctioned by fo that the public aredcfired to fuftvnd riicir belief of this tiil fomcthing more certain than thefe childifli fictions makes ExraS f a datd Of all the flrange fceties the good people of England ever exhibited in this none ever tailed fo rnuch contempt and ridicule as the trnnf that have happened fmce the his the thegronpe that attended him over to celebrate his nuptias to fee a Prince nf the Blood Royal of brother to the moft jitiifiiuit Sovereign in and whofe as Duke of made the people on this fide the water from the apprchenfcns that he was foon to br raifed to the dignity of Lord High Admiral of rVj Britifli now clandeltinely refniino in ob icurity and at a common aubcrge in this inileruble is a fcene that and ridicule to the whole nation the Tnteucfent of tin is by orders from the ar private as were thought coniiftejit with tlic riiik and character of ib aagiift n vifitor but they were tfe tho not in the moC courtly nndcr a pretence that their refidence here would e but a few days It is hot yet whether the new married couple intend to return back to or to proceed on their journey tothe city of Geneva it is will be determined by the letters they arato receive tomorrow from your fide the Lords of his Majeltys mod and the met Tn the Exchequer and nominated three gentlemen out of each as proper per fans to the office of Sheriff for the year Jeremiah of Suuninghil j of Winkfield JohnPhil of Eaft Bedford hi Walter of AfpkyGuifcf Efq Sir Gillias of of John of Sir William Benjamin Anthony of Henfingham of PapCaltle j John of Sir JohnThomas of George Wilbraha of Efq Sir Henry of Cambridge and John Wadding of Ely Edward of Leveringtqn WiJriam of Richard of Variftn John Vi of Pencallerick William of Cam John of Otterton Charles of Lupton Montngui of Francis of Mark Elq SirHirry of Richard of Samuel of Waitrmmftow An drew of Ilford Langilont of Gloucdlerfeire Edntund of Tofeph of Littre Dean John S Hngh of HodJefdon John of Pecer j 6ftmuel of of John of Ledhnry 5 William of James of Ofpringe Horatio of Biihopfborne William of John of 8tnihton John of Dingleyhall Jofeph Stur of Sir Jacow of Montague of Eaitjn John ot John o Lianfoiit of Chcpitow Northumb Francis of Efq Sir William Wiiliam of Francis Bcynon of Spratron Allen of Oriingbiuy Leonard of John of Bafliaui William of Hiilington John of of Augufline Racon of Sir William Sr of Seamfton SirMarrraduke Afty of Tlit Lords of the Admiralty have put the Race orfe now at iutp commariJ of is given to Sir John Chin She is to be Aatioued as a cruizer in thu On Monday afternoon an order came from the to prevent the now lying in the delivering their cargoes whkii came from any pare of Rufliiu The from bound to is loft as are likewift fcveral Dutch fliips in the A clergyman ofone of the city on in the prayer for the inftead of the worxte Holy them wifB whichtfie church warden are intends making itir in thfc Vefterday the Wntfon and accom panied by and feveral Gentlemen and Members of the Royal were at Pauls till five in the to the proper altitudes and dimen from the crofsdown to the body of the in order to fix an aupruatus ffeere for fcreeninrj f ml They from the that twelve Dird Jews hrsve lieen tnkcn up at and com mitted to prifon for coining ducats all theirrtr pleinents were found about Orte of the who was on Monday committed Newgate the robbery and at Ilutcliinss at has tranfiicled bu Royal and keeps lis A correfpcxident informs that this timitliere is a which is ftill kept in force in II any fubjecls of the Republic ar robbed or d by a the applies to a oath of the lof which to theKWers of tlip Sviia and ir the party lias ur or is not or the delivered up to bfore the fun the Synagogue is On f Jur young chared with terjiptingto break into the houfeof pawn were taken into and Vcured in the Roundhoufc at One of iiieir tnujed evidence and it appears that they belomto anu of fever 1 were taken the fame and com mitted to niornins the hop of in broke and e fi ni he hid likewifc Levcrton William of EaftRetford Gco of Thomas of William of Uptoa and Signet j John of Efq Jofcph of Barrowclen Francis of Ridlington j John John of Park John of Whitchurch Nicholas of Joim tie of Walton Hcniy nf Mcrriott of Sir Thomas of Thomas of HaltDull of Nathaniel of Braniford Thomns of Sir Thonaas of County of Richard of Wickham John of Hambleron James of William of Soutnwnrk Morgan of of Corn user WnJiam nf Angmfring Krm ble of Hartrield George Peck of John of Wfllfbnurn Sir Ckarles of Charles ofNewhnlU Jnms Wakeman of Hanicyj of Stukeharft Thomas of Edward of of EarleStokf Henry of th CLoie of Oxford d of ijooJs to the vshic cit afteriioon a younp fellow was from his fathers lioufe in bv JulHce Fieldings a of vobNcrv lie haJ 1 itelv enlifted into ycilercpy mirninj of Peppfr vuu drowned i a ditcb in Georges Tiis wife of in tlieOld delivered of two MARRJKDJ Efq of to Mifs of Henty to Mils bvtli of of to Mifi Con of John ha berdaihcr of hsts in to Jans cf John of to Mils Utfy Jaugh ter of on At her houfe in Old Brining tanit re Lady Viibountefs aged 99 mo ther of Lord Vifcount FitzwjJliarns hei lias bven confined to her room upwards of feven Lady Elizabeth to the Lord Chancellor on rrom making fornefriendly morning with her iiihvJ tlear fulnefs nnd as me went up ilie compbined or a giHdinefs in her and remarked upon it with pleafmtry retiring to lieipri vate flie was foon after found byhtr from her chair and led a life well for a de At Ids houfe in Eiq bro ther to the Lord Chief of Sew fsrnior Bridgemafter of this Aged Jofirph of Hertford fanner lie ufed to CuppJy molt of the London mtrkets with turnips for ycnis and was reputed to be woith hi Georges hof the perfin who fell fram bis hone on Tliurf day aft as he wae txprtfs to Waldegrave with the account of tie of GiouceiJers being and fractured his licull he way the rnef fenger from the as has butiier Ladyihips own At her apartments near aged 104years lie has Iift an aged Tiler aged good tate of ntar tTxbriciee aged In Edward liu At his At and oae oi tiie psopk B A N F T now or lattf in thjanJhiif in merchant to j anl Z4ih of at tejiio toe at ot innke in iri Hal late of the citr of Coentry Etcher to fuirerttlcr the andayth 1 ac ten inthi at theHulls Hcsi andAochor j i the city of appointed fcr the Dividends of E rates tp Michael lite of merchant the 21 a five in t he at WilJiam Jate arf is itn chapinan the jd of at leu in the at ThooiS la e Spitalfield9 in deafef and chapman j the jd of fit five in the at Jamu Side boa cf in Ottftii ttie Jtf an 3 chapman th 6ife of at tea in ihe tbc in Heaton FINAL William of Watlyig ia the t y of Lon of Deccmb at four in cue Certificates to be allowed to of in liiiBn tn Or befire tr e Jd of of the parifli of in Mi chernift onor before the d of Ccf Af a Meeting of the Proprietors of Elintt in in die county cf on th o at the nv to in tlie prps s atvviijjfi wero Mr for Sir antl hirrtHi Genre for Efq and Mrs Wallis Robert Bar hftt Wjllhm VVatfn for thj Hopiii 1 o and oihirt j c as Thar it will be eligible to apply tc mint to irSJifi and diviJe the common cliniTicK iltiilsj an in the faid of Thjt nd Draper apply to Mercers Pdtrons of the VicnrjVe and Iinprppriaors cf the tithes and ijj of tiiejerruinrlcf of great titlijri of His iji o JCiiton and to the Revcrepd vvlio i intirltd to the fnall citlns thrro k whuc p jrrion Jnnti in nmmopfn of Kirron to of tlwir of th faid m an and of tts tiihei of die old in fei tlefe vcfolntions be printed and fentto tficPropi and advejtifsdin the Genei Jarniij and in the Cambridge and Sa nftr I t tiis meeting be and it is 3 to of November rnfrrfr at the VhitsHar inn in ton by tan in the in at which time tc Proprietors of in Kiton afo ef are tarnsftl requrile 1 to by HEREiS at a Meetig of the Froprittofj in KRAMP1 in tire cnony of on r e tt1 cf riiis a rtie ir Inn in in the it amonH That it wouM b ro incoft iivids te common n ii abreaid Noti c is therefore rjirchy ere will be another of faid t c nvHcr and rlis fnr fl ot the coVision at the in on the 6th day ar oclock in the forenoon when ai A whtre die fjvtal iropriciors rxtinettd to hy es WtlEHEAS it a Medng of the s of in in rhe county Ot on die Hay of at the SVliiahait Inn in in rhe far c it o her ir d be to inclofe and divide ihe an waftt n afmefaid Notice is that will he another of to cjnfiier nd fettle the tSe rfivihun of ihe cnmrnou common fie I and wsAe at the Whiie Hart in Bofton on the day cf this insane at ten oclock in the forc rnon when and where the Several Proprietors are to arttnd by chemfcJvcs or I I WHEREAS at a Meeting of fhe of Eftatfi in the coiwty on the 8th of this So A ar As WhiteHart Inn in in the U other That ir woufy be sjigiii e ro divide ihe comiTion arfi wafle in Sutenon afor fjidt hereby that there will be another ofthe fatd Proprietors ard feffle for rlivijjon of the Aid common cimnrVn fiaiMvarHTwjrjIs tlie WhiteHart inBoftem on of this at oclock is tfteAirc1 and where ifie federal 315 earrivft t reqytfted tn attend or agents AT a Meeting of theLandOwners of held this zgch rlaof Odobtr ul Ruli in the Ninth Rcfoiution of on the i6rh of Jaft inh confideration and ir thereby great part of LanHsin SouthHolland are taxed in aid ef the propofcd by the Ccni miffioners of the NorthLeve and other ptrioiis 1 by thedacay of rhe river it is ihe of this that tfie faid PQ fey vheTiftdurtdertaUinj and that arty thst roay be atemvcd to he Isid on the fhid diitfiS and for the purpofes of be by every botMprevious to as as duringtiu of It is alfo the unanimoun opinion of this this nrfQlution he comnBunicstedat the meeting ac on Wednefeiay by Cri Waller and alfo be adveititid three in the Gtrliirai Evening Poit and And thit nnnher meeting will be tr the in en ihsith day of November time and place all th indOwners in he ic by ot ibe fbteriocn of tha   

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