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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 14, 1771, London, Middlesex fL O N Price Twopence From NOVEMBER to S ATU R NOVEMBER 177 V by in Paterhoftefrow wjiere Advertifemems and Letters of Intelligence are THIS are defired to irv and where hp otiiife td be iervftd U AdvertifemerrtSj Articles and Letters ffcnj are alfo received hy RICHARDSON it the RoyalEicBinge oppofite ai the Corner of in the Strjjfd Dixtf the bottom of ChsMngcrofs j chffCofrier of Charingcrofs in New Bondftreet and NO WHERE F R I O NOVEMBER vlftG N A F AI NOVEMBER folely for the ufeofthe The project f this truly neteffiuyeftabkflifnejit was put by the Duke de Clioifeu j bm forne private which furely ought not to have overbalanced thofe of the occafioaed its The Sieurs du Perron Heriffant are making for the direction of the faid printing G O U N T R Y N E W The Endeavour is and is failed for Falklands 5 the Seaford frigate is come to At the hft meeting of the Society for the encouragement and improvement of Agricul ture in the Weftriding of this and county d held at Doncafter the of bit the premium cf a gold medal of five guineas value was adjudged and given to William Eiq for the belt fand fallow and like to Anthony Bfq near for the belt limeftone fallow in the kft S H I F N E W Wind Came down and with ail the the Montague Stuart TViompfon and for Jamaica and Polly for Arrived and foiled for the river the Kim of from Remains the Faffed by the Charming from Jamaica i and tVom at the following from the Two from at Bourdsaux from in the Mary and from at at Harbour from at from at Ludivenu at Active from at from at from at John and from at Mary and f om at from at from at from at Catherine from at from nt from at from New at from at American from at from at Havre T frvn at liifh from at Jofepli and from at Earl of from at from at from at CJn Wedivefdar in Parliament wdsifold by a for The phyfichns of a great Purfomge we are are ufini every means to prevent a con luinption in their Royal It is faid that Jebb and who are gone to attend the Duke of are allowed loo pel raontli There is doubt thut the K is with the D of C s Some of the C in imitation of the R 1 talk of a bill of Yefterday Lord Viicount Molineux kijcd his hand oji being created an Iriili The ikme day and his were prefented to their MajefHej it It is confidently aflerted that treaty of is on will be celebrated irt a between e Duchefs and the Elq Member of Parliament for Taviihck ui formerly Secrersry to his Grace the when Lord Lieutenant of A pcnfioii of per on tr hsiri htely been granted to Sir js a near relation or iiis Excellency Townlends It is an action at hv commenced a certain popular shcriif ior not having sited uiUi propriety in hu It is laid that the res made fmce the irl of June on the coait of GreatBritain and ai2touit to upwardiuf The fniugglers from the of Jerfcy takcn by his in of this have been computed to exceed the valii of The from Riga to loft the beginning of this in the the fiiip gone to pieces all the crew were It is faid that Philip Klq5 wh on Mon day at his houfs in has bequeathed his brother to a nephew in oilier The bte Sir John Ronss death was ccc by his eating great of aln The following are the tolls appointed by aft of parliament to be taken at Which is to be opened on Friday the igth or drawn by one or dinwn by chavi or drawn by tnef than two i or drawri by two horfes or or drawn by three or four hories or i 6 or drawn by more than four horfes i or laclen or and not i Footpaflenger an Drove of or ue it 10 per fcore and after that rate for any srreatcr or letter Drove of or per fcore and after that rate for any greater or leiTtr On Friday at his Majeilys plate for four mil was won at two heats by Cornfnrths beating the z Major Lau ries Young 3 j and Fatterfons Silver YefteivViv ri not tinn a large and a it Indies by one of the Ihips carrifil to Jamess as a prcfent for the Prince of A faithful old vho in the capacity of a toot nan to the Porntz from his infancy frequsvy K TeTei a wifh ii ic hi might die a few bjfore kis Lady it is i ut at which time his iniitref was itruck expired the Friday erjeant for the EaftInaia who lives in lately a penon for the who to be avieilcdon to be a to che fTreat of the who toi a fortnight had provided her ami She is not above yrars of and had dreiled herfelf like a country On Wednefday evening a porter was called from end of the to carry a hamper to ai inn in the city in going up Ludgatehill Itopped and the porter carried it to the place where the bookkeeper demanded pay ment for the which the other fuy lie did not know tlie perfoii who lent but fuppMed that he would foonbe as lie came part of the way with him they aited fome but he not and fome fuipidon the ham per was when the body of a dead man was found in The hamper directed to a fur geon in fhe country the porter was detained till a perfon of who knew pified his wvird tor his It is that the body taken out of fome an apprentice to a junfinlth cf Miii city was committed to the Poultrycornptti by the for dealing from his mailer 25 to coritei ocingginltyof he broke tin and kft open the but tUini in the infide of the th gUis fsli the mtle it fufpsctid by fome pcrfon in the houft and the prisoner being quef tioned about lie confefled the and where the rrov On Tucfday night villains open the of a at md i of fome valuable Tlires iiouks were trie lame and luppoljd by the iltinc but their were Yefrerday a couvitcd be fjc the for forcing the in nil by which the was obitructsd and lie the penalty of morning a miildlearcd woman i was fjun 1 I in a field road t by leveral nurks of violence it is liJpected fne J n df ivtvcd of i at Keiif George Efq of to Frances of Great i Kutici of to I Eq of tlie At of a fore throat and Dickinfon and of the fame the daughter of the above at Mifs who played lait feafon at the TheatreRoyal in Druiy In John fonnerly an eminent but had retired At his houfe near in the 87111 year of his Babirigton Efq he was the only lurvivor oF a collateral branch f the Hunger ford who in former times led inimenfe in the above and neighbouring WHEREAS it hath been malicioufly reported by antes at the AngeJ at to iny liorfes arnow infers with and that fail week I was obliged to fend fix with the fame infedion 1 that this report is totally Ulfe nul that duiing the term ot ye its I Juve been in 1 have ben happy as never to have fuch a diilemptr in To the and Freeholders of the County of HAVING been this day nominated to reprefent the by a very numerous rcfpairablc appearanceof and F at a meeting at Stowjrwrket I am at a lfs t6 express my knowlccismencs for fo dilHnguiflltd of your as csllinj Kris to realTunw my fcfwjce ia my 1771 WILLIAM BhckBull W H T L O N D O HERE AS the Copartnerfnin betwfen ARRISON FSf ARVIS ot ard was by inutual on the aid of October laft All perfons Indebtedto Co partnerfhip sre defired ro pay their debtsto the Tlid Harrion who ii authorilbd to receive tht fame j and all perfons who havs any on the Fartnerlhip are defired to apriy ttie faid for the pay merit The fa J bufmefs be cominiied by Harriion hopes for the future favours of his farmer HARRISON JOHN S T A T E O T T E R HE and SHARES of divided into by il A ARD and Stock At under the Vhuie vhe and Locks of the Lottury arc Tickets and ae at 6d psr account ol any part of The S C H E M of of COjCCO IO1CO ceo JCO 20 493jco0 U fiirt fo fir ft 1 c f Drawn icco 3 10 Not Two ELiiilcs to a The prizes will be pud at this sgretable to aft ol Sharss fold at tliis office will be damped wilb die and round Letters portpaid duly jllic ncery beiins ihrt ol and Southiea with their fcvera Navy and and all of and ibid by were 1 The C A u i E s and Go N s o y N c r s of v SPEAKING lov E R M N conliflercd in SERMON preached before li Univerfity of at Mails on the Kings 2 By J O H N G O D O Archdeacon of and to the the Lord BiOiop of that for in and fold by in London and at W Tow In Bo v j of fo j Xorthainpton j Kq of tj Mils of j l Efq ofScthnil A of Andrew in to Miis Ruth ur in to Rachacl John filvir to of i ir In Morti R i j Kappy in this although it oqy fyf fixed determination not tcr the affiirt of tflo I cbearfully honour you hsve novv Jone rritf arid entreat the favour of year and intfeft on ths day of ekction and if I become jour iail by a conflant atwtidanfle n and a faiihfu of mydury With he dm indepeirltnt condurt 1 have hitherfo o mti it that or anyfnture favour you to conitr You moft obliged and devotee humble ROWLAND This Dav was fuf A THIRD VOLUME cf EPORTS of CASES in the Court of Kings in the rime of Lord By JAMES B UR R O with Michaelmas 2 and ending with Irimry 6 Prinrcd by luSMajeftys LawPrinters For to Worrall in njay be A New Edition of tht Two Firit Y A of ot Kings Tiench upon Settlement fie death 01 rA Raymond in Mach to the end of term Hy fame Ibis itff RANSLAT1ONS of the following Written by the lace A S T R U Royal Profellbr cf Phyvjc at and Phyficiari to the Kinj of ATreatife orrtheDiSEASf S uf in which it is atusrnped to join a juil iheory to the molt fate jnd aporovtd In To the and of the of CIVIL LAW and and other who are affected by SUBSCRli P1ON to the and 39 ARTICLES of the CHURCH of AreTITICN to PARLIAMENT for Relftf in tlie matter uf fjnhfcnption will n Monday nexJv and every b at tlu Fenhers Tavern in the atjd every the Chapter CoiTleHovife to bs frjced by fucti as concerneii Member of the AiC fiation attend from A third general meeting cf the will be lieid it the Feathers oh Wednefjay die uih of from eleven to Such Gentlemen as are defirrosof corrcpondlne wttft the are requeued to direct letters to tfia Secretary of the at the Feathers Tavern ift an Parliament the nia ter of are fold by in Flee ftreet and in the in Pauls Church yard and in Prhe6 AT a Meet rrg of the LandOwners ofSouth held this 28th dny of bftober the the Ninth Refolution ot the afi on the i6th of was taken confiderarion and it thereby manifcftly appearirg that great pare of Lanes in SouthHolland ae intended to taxed in aid the miffiotvers of the KorihI eve and other persons affefteA by the decay of fhe river it is of this tha tlie wiB receive no benefit by the undertakins and thrit any that may be nttemprsd to be laid on the dillrifl hy the faid CommifTiontTS and for the purpofes of the faid be cppofed by every ftdvi both previous to as wcI as during the next of It ia alfo the unanimous opinion of this that thisrefolution be communicated Jt tlie meeting to be heid at Wifbcach on by Grundy and Waller and alfo be idvurtied three fuccesdinj weeks in the Gunvral Evening Camtjndee And alfo that an ither H he at the Chequer in en the of Noveribsr at which tine and place all th in the fjid diltricl are to by theniillvis or at i in th of that be S O L APR E E H O L D FA R fituate at PICK in the county ol Lin coln gcod fuitable iht a fevtrj ciofts of I togotUer vtry conveniently round the in the whole abcut oo nnw in the tiiure tt RarKer For inquire of Attorney at ACADEMICAL on TEVERS in thtfe diforders are fully treated Kd a uwihad ot euro to Jn A general and conaplete Treatife on all the DIS ESAES incident to from their birth to of fifteen with particular inltiijclions to tender mo prudtnt and In The ART of MIDW1FR Vicduccd to Principles in which are explained the inoit fafe aid silablinted methods of in each kind of delivery with a fummary j hifbry of the To whidi is aJded an appendix by the i In near the j Primed fur oppofite in the in j rrimca 101 ivoune ol Gccrge At liir Uuuij at j Bcokfeller to his To be peremptorily Purfiant to a decrte of the Hitjli befrrs John one the Meters faH at hii chambers in on Tuefday the 19th day of November between tha hours of fix and of the in he AL L the Freehold and Laafehold ESTATES of WILLIAM Efq at in the county f of thecfeir yjlcc of uiJ fiilyjil to landtax and a quitrent of t Tj cjiifilt of divers and HtiiaM n a Sunderland are fn jood conditlrji and and will be foid in three rlilVmft Particulars may be had at the Maftcrs where an planand of the whole may be A plan and furvey is lert with and in ana with the st Sundertand for the infpecHon of any tebitf ferthe iaid ell U V U j rt i To be SOLDby At in on Thorfdsy tlie jtK day f December at three oVlrck in the HE FeeSimple and Inheritance of the MANOR LORDSHIP of COMflR tc county of lituate 16 miles of tlic city of ne mile from and within ths diftancc of ten miles from fevcral other confiderabJe is furrounded by turnpike and in a pocri neighbour The manor is of ytarly value and up about of which is now m and fhe relidue on ior on an4 ihree under certain refervud rents and the following beiri ie 6th will be R tlie fame ol The MANOR and LORDSHIP ot in the parilii cf in the fad fef the yearly value of and iSont is iti ani and the relicje for and three ondcr certain rcftrrvi rents and Thefc manors afe fitrate in a pod counti extensive and adv for and art within ot one mile 11 ejih For further cpplf to Vilinm London in Eut or in Ciillomptcn Devon or to John of or jut u in wlw vviii jhevv tlw f A
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