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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 16, 1771, London, Middlesex                                Price Twopence From NOVEMBER to 5944 by in j where Advetifcrments tikcn in and whew tkote wha tfiufe to regularly ferved with ckfired to Articles of Letters from are received RICHARDSON atid at tjje RoyalExchange ip at the Corner of in the Strand the of Martins Charingcrofs the of Charingcrofs j W InNew BondItreet WHKRE NOVEMBER From the LONDON NOVEMBER IS Majefty Ins been plealed to order Letterspatent to be pafled under the Great Seal of the kingdom of containing a grant unto The Right Charles in the Queens and to his heirs of the dignity of m Earl of the faid by the title of Earl of The Right Robert Vifconnt and to his heirs of the dignity of an Earl of the faid by the title of the Earl of of High in of The Right Henry Vifcount and to his heirs of thedignity of an Earl of the faid by the title of Earl of in the county of The Right Kenneth Vifcount and to his heirs of the dignity of at art of the faid by the title of Earl of The John Vifcount arid to Ms heirs of the dignity of an Enrl by the title of Earl of in the county of The Right William Baron of and to his heirs of the dignity of Vilccnmt of the fsid by ths title of Vifcount of in the county of S H 1 H N E S Nov Wind Remain the for Jamaica and Charming r Arrived and failed for ihe with ihe the TrueBriton and Prime from Eaftlndics Malaga j and May from ARRIVALS at the following Ports from at from at from at from at Old from at from at Lord from at from at from at Uom Antigua and at from at from dito and at from Jamaica and Campbe at Lon Royal from off from at from in tiie from at from at Agnes and from in the from at from at LO N D O N Extra3 of a letter from On after two the remains of the late a citizen in parliament for Dub were carried from his houfe in Henryftreet to Michans in the moft folsmn and grand preceded and attended by the nume rous crowds of peopUever known in this The coffin was covered with black and richly adorneJ with clafps and hinges of double The pall had on it plumes of bhck and borders of efcutcheons in bhck and white with a cock in the being the Dolors The order of the proceflion was follows PerLns to clear the The fervants of tb two and Tiie Dean and the Clergymen of The of Tvo hundred of the young of Trinity College in their two and The children of Michans the chil dren of the Bluecoat fmging a iblenm C O N D U C T R The BODY adorned S U P P O R T E R S of the P 5ir Lucius Chief Henry ron ro the Sir William Sir Charlts The Countefs of Strath more delivered of a at the Earls houle in Grojveaorlqiare Thomas Eiq fon of George Elq of in Hert ford High Shmfof tint to Mils Fre daughter of Sir Charles and niece to Lord Vifcount of to Joanna of Ebenezer of to Mils daughter of John chans clurch taking that to fatisfy the eager dehre of the people in who were anxidus to pay the laft tribute of their jeavi to their friend and their So great a number of noblemen and gentlenlcris carriages were never fesn together beforo in as upon this occafion and notwithrbnding the in numerable crowds of people in the ftreets and paf not one perfon received the lealt The funeral from the houfs in Henrylire1 ro the was m re than two in of William Main of Bucklerij The following gentlemen have cLclam them felves candidates to repreient the city of anJ Gsale of our and Hsnry Efq Yesterday there was a Court and Drawingroom for the firft time fince the receis of Ptu at which their Majefties wtrre both The three following gentlemen were nominated O O on Ttiedav laft at the by the Lor s of the as proper perfbns to ferve the vHte of Sheriff for the year enfuing for the county of fet Kerrey Ekins of Bere Efq John S of Sydlmg Efq Henry Cor of Col Efq A young Nobleman at one of our is fiid to have been Hjelv married to a To the and Freeholders of the of AVING been this day nominated a Candidate to repiefenr the Counts by a very numerous and rtfpectabk apprafnnee of and Free hdf at a meeting at Stowmarkec I am at a to exprefb my for fo a nrirk of your as calling me my fervice in H daughter a fine girl the age of Daring his Majeftys rcfidence at ait he frequently oberved an ol i iJ man at work in the and 1 him howlonghe hid been employed liee ielied from liis His M Elq Mils Frances of in At his chambers in the Wiiliixm Eiq only furviving brother of die late Sir one cf the Judges of the At his boufe at Kuightf br Llq of the Benchers of At Philip At his houfe in Nurthunvierland ilvjet in tiie niiltrefs of Coach and Horles near tise New church ia the Stran o i Frowi and Sa of in d ers nJ copartner to furerver the ti of at thre sn th ar in im in finding his charatlrr per on him fo with continuing iii place as r a nectinof fbechible Bencher or te Mii c 1 whom were the in order zz m re me v ve him lately if the Stephen and having was delired to as who were prefent all the Sonn he cailed and Thru if he o vith draw himUif from the bsfve their next he had their pmniiion if he he ftiould receive their final anhver in format ths next Cm Saturday the Purfer of ihe True B Eift came to thr with an accou it of the above ihip tunvjd in the Downs fiom She iiii n her voy age from the Downs the iQth Yefteiday the Purftrof the Prims EiMi came to the InJhhofe with ad vice of the above hip being in tu Downs from Fort Sw f on her voyage from the Downs the 6ih of or tier v The Prime loll urnva and was to bring lioms a of Lafcars to man rie Apreinium of fifty was pvcn on thislhip about a Ihe failed from Marylandj far Briiioithe of and has not fmce been heard Tbe from RhodeIfland to New is ioii orFthe Iflej of On Sntiirday oa in t Court trial to the the late Phillip Caxtsret Wrbb afrer a hearing before ail h fo ir it th Use er it of rie m which tram in the forenoon fix in the a verdict was given ia favour of 1 ur dr t i Jf c n a ill c i e f n i of the parifh of Hano i i per to furrcndcr ihe i an f at te in ihe i Tomlin i eif in iii ricaltr h 5111 f iSch if n Gr iv s y it now a jrfoier ia f j hnun 10 the t e and and n in be vi n G fquire t North ia Nor ii cr in Stii and yh in the a the in he paiiih or Peter if William in hump of in nnri iofu r n ei the an Decem a uur in tnc em nt in Mr H oi An or Pan tu lurrender he sin at is ths luicn i i i li s jgrh f i n ol Dunn ey en White Swn ihe Jiy of Nr s zutn and al A j In VJ 1 of the 30 h ch t he drfiii r to furrender at four in Atn Green at Stalling Huberdaihers Sainuei lite cf in bu now llgha n 1 md dvaicriu to fur rend r gh and of at in the a Gull kcs s for of Bankrupts to A Sraham of in Mid han j he of at cen in ihe fore at nil p of ih Sr ths parifli of Martn lit in furrier of five in the aitcrno FINAL dle1 Earl of Char Maiquis of the nobility and Ths Speaker and fevmU Members of the Houfe The city The LordMsyor with the fword of Several two and The Sheriffs The and Members of the leveral All in their refpeclive and with fcarfs and Making in the upwards of Tiie proceifion went from Maryftreet and over up along down over the old Chui chJirect to Mi On a man was f and mirdered in his head ocing fevered from his a kuife by and a d IT byhis fide eiVht Ihiiliins O O found in ins Laft Munday night many years ard to Sir Wafc after pending an evening at the in re turuiug tall into the andwas Friday about eight a fire happened at in Fleet whicli con fumed part of the hciufe and furni ture before it could be A maid fer vant was Wood Itreet COmpterj on fufpicion fetting fire to She was examined on Satiuday before the LordMayor at who rcmundcd Compeer for farther Aiv ill in was wiiii great ciiificulty preferved from the On Fiaay night Another Jew voluntarily p V 1 D N orfet and both of Ban in O and parniers the Xii of atihe Red Lyn in i N A D i v i D N B d the of Lon the of at five in the af at Nicholas of huiter the of at ihe at Th mas of Whitecha el in Middlef the i ith of at ten in ihe William Fl or late of in Worccfler mercer the of at ten in the at ihe n in of menlian the 1710 of ten in the at Fi N A Di v ID E K Timotny i d and HichJrd hte of in and i ths f at ten in the the Angel Elf late of jew eller and poldfmith of at ten in the ior at the New in in dcr to Magiftrates in and owned be one of thoie concerned in the ut but pleaded thar he was the perlbn who prevented one of thatgang from Saturday night during the hurry of bufinef at a coffeehoulb aer the a gentleman had his t picked of in which were binknotss aud draughts to tsie value of upwards of 600 Cull of Bury fon of Sir John is appointed Bath King at in the room of Samuel Efq Fellow of Kings to tnertfcTrofyof Mor Ivili in Northampton The to of AT a Meeting of the LandOwners of South held this aSth day of October at the Bull in the Ninth Refolution of the Meeting at on the of lafl was taken into and it thereby manileftly that great part of Lands in SouthHolland iniendsd tobe taxd in aid ef the propofed by tiie Com miffioners of the North other pcrfons affeited by the decay of the river Nene it is the unanimous opinion of this that the faid SouthHolland receive no benefit by faid undertaking and that any taxation ttiru may be attempted to be laid on the faid by the faid Conrmiffioners and for the purpoits of the fajd be vigorcufly oppofed by every advifeable both previous to as well as during the next fcffion of It is alfo the unanimous opinion of this that this refolutipn be communicated at the meeting to be held Wifbeach on next by Grundy and Waller and alfo be advertifed three fucceeding wegks in the General Evening Poll and Cambridge y And alfo that another meeting will beheld atthe Chequer on the day wf November at which time and place all ihe LandOwners in the faid dinrifl are defined to by themfelves ov at 11 oclock in the forenoon of hat Happy in this although it was once my fixed determination not to engine again in the affairs of te I mort chearfully accept the honour you have now done me snd earntitly entreat the favour of your votes inteieft on the day of ekcKon and if I becomz your fiiall by a conftant attendinc5 in and a difcharge of my duty with the fame I Iwvj liitherto tn merit tliat or any future favour you ylcafed to confer You moft obliged and devoted humble ROWLAND WHEREAS it hath been malicioufly reported hy Sm at the Angel at Bark gicaily to aiy that my herfes are now infedcri with the and that laft week J was obliged to fend fix away with ths fame infection I that this report is totally Ulfe snd that during the term o years 1 have been in 1have been fo happy as never to have had fuch a diftemper iri my nable3 WILLIAM BhckHuli By The Kl N G s PATEN for making SHTN1MG LIQUID for Boots THESE Cakes with the utmoft by of a moft excellent SbJoing much fuperior to any hitherto knowe it the and heuuutul glofs to the yet never rendcrs it ft iff or on tiie con prevents its and prcferves it and mdlovv to the very Uit vvhoreiiy it isrendercd more to the as well as much it is perisi5iiy tree fVoiTi and the fhoes that arc viih it foil the fingers in guttiag or rhe llockinc in and by in ntar the of tiie Haymarket alfo retail by at the at the ARgel ind Crovvnj at the corner Pauls Church yard and hy oppcAte the ths which will make a full Pint of Liquid In a fejj Days be CONSIDERATIONS on the PRESENT STATE of the Printed for cppoiite in the Bookfelsr to his This Day nvas publifpedj In Three fewed HTSTORY of LADV JL In Cy Printed for in Coventgarden and in In a few Days will be publifhedy Price Beautifully printed on a fine in and cmbel Iidled with curious emblematical THE A POETICAL D 1 S S E C T 1 O Ky Sir NICHOLAS NI PC Were cb and of tiie Critic Our would ope angry This Day ivas Elegantly printed in Two Price in N INQUIRY into the PRINCIPLES of LVAL Being an elfay on of Policy in TrC in which parnujlariy Ex Public By Sir JAMES Printed for in the Toil tyuj Brice and OONSEOJJ E NCKS of EVIL SPEAKING in A SERMON preached before jhe Univerfiry of t at Marys on the Kings By JOHN Archdeacon of and the Right the Lord of that Printed for in Cambridge and fold by in London and at tuill be In One Price bound SELECT ESSAYS from the ENCYCLOPEDY being the moft and fnftruclive pares of very extsnhve Written by And others the moft caebrated Writers of the Printed for fuccefforto Marlh oppofite By whom will fhortly be An EfTay towards an Investigation of the Oriiiti ofLan guage and or Sounds and Wherein is their analogy and power to exprefs the radical ideas whereon the primitive language appears to havebsen This Day was Piice LETTER to a on INOCU Containing Remarks on Dmifdalec pamphlet upon that fubjeft the that have been made in this important branch of the Medicinal Artjfince the publication of that pamphlet the fuccefsful method of paiticularly with infants and young children and the method of preparing and admi niftering a powerful and efficacious rrn in the the ufe practice of Inoculatioa rtill more genera To which are fome lingular cife By JOHN Printed for ftreet and fgW by the   

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