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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 23, 1771, London, Middlesex O I V V T C I r I r Pride Twopence From to T S D A NOVEMBER 4771 Sold by at in Paternofterrow whferc ind of ftfteSifence tre taten in i Where thofe who cfti THIS by at in Paternofterrow whfeic Advettifetnents ind Leftgt of rtfteffijrence trc in i tirberc thofe who chute to be regularly fcrved With THIS Articles of and Letters from 4lfo rtcrttftel at the RoyalEiefjttJge oppofite in Fleet at the Corner of in trie SerantJj the bottom of Ohatingcrofs s Comer of Chariogcfofc j in New and NOVEMBER L O N D ON LORD CHAMBERLAINS is hereby that there will be no Drawing room at Jamess on Thurfday next die 2 8th but that there will be a Drawing and bjjl on the Saturday the joth the anniversary of her Royal Highnefc the Princefs Dowager of Waless arrived from after nine as his Majatywias returning home from Prince the Grand he was attcked at the corner of the ftreet of the Capuchins fix commanded by Captain Kocz oppofite the palace of the Biftiojof The King was as by his guard of 11 Uhlans but only attended by fome pages and The Confederates fired their car bines and at the the balls of which entered it immediately on which the two who were behind the carriage with dc fcended to affift his Majefty one of whom received feveral wounds with a of which be died foon and other was griovoufly wounded but it is thought he will recover feveral other of his attendants Were The whole city was immediately in the greateft not being a1le to difcorerhis and fuppoftng him as they found his hat bloody on the At length it that the above Koczwifki had taken an together with 25 otker to deliver the deader to the Confederates at and in the above fcuffle had feizedtbe whom he had car ried near toWillanow in the wny to which place were fome Ruflian Here either touchedwith fear or demanded pardon of the and propofed to fave him but the ICingr happily taking ad vantage of dhMinghis body of defperadoes into two parties which was to attack the RiuTian while the other guarded his Majefty flipt afide into a and after an hour and halfs desperate journey gained a fmall from whence he fent notice to General to be divided into which in its confequence nVUft entail an expence on the country of fifty or fixty thoufhnd pounds in the two divifion it was carried for the metion by 129 arrainft 83 fo the Court was beat by amajority of A letter from Dublin So unpopular are Lord Td and his that they judge it as a maxim of not in the leaft to in terfere the enfuing election for Member ofthis Ponfonby is very bufy for fomebody at prefent The general cry That none but a patriotic mm lhall outlive his has received the moft nobleorters from the fons of liberty of hm to rtfide at tlit cityof Dubliivuiid fucceed to both representative of their and as bdr to his vii tues and Wilkes rec ivcd this gej nercnis mark of their and favour with every mark of deference and But fiich a ftep at this period would be dangerous to the liberties of The morning after had been with Stephen to Wilkes and his plaintiff came to him with his which Grimfhavr faid he could not accept of without confulting as he had employed him in the affair he therefore wrote to and received tor that his confinement was diffident to ground his and advifed him ts accent of his which he On Friday evening Stephen attended the conveyed from thence on board the veiTel which isno them to Amongfi the afrove trinfports was con of Sealing paper from the Magiftrates office in Guild He was carried in a coach from Newgate to where the vtfTel DIKIX At James Bucknan Efq At John At Lieutenant aged 103 he had been iu the fca fervice near 80 In Soutlj Charles At his houfs in Rsbert Efq late dent iurgeon to the EaftIndia Companys fuftoryat At Trnqnair the Right Countefs of at In John At Benjamin who twice ferved the office of Mayor of that James fon and partner of on in one of the gentlemen who projected the building of a town on LIST of P R T K on Yjze 17 j as firft which was likewifc a priae of Prize of 32626 Prizes of 8008 2880047472 37561 241906146 Prizes of J 4117 31750 45887 34736 32609 35906 4083 49373 352 who immerTiateTy repaired to the he found his Majefty and this morning at four oclock his Mijefty arrived at his where two wounds his Majefty had received on his the one by a find the other by a were and it happily appears that neither of them arc dangerous j and at eleven oclock Te was fang in the cathedral for his Majeilys 5 H 1 P K v Wind Arrived the Duchefs from NewYork j and from Crne down and remain the Beach and Kiiws from ARRIVALS at Ports from at ifrom at from at frona at fiwm at John from at Two from Su at Crow at from at frotn at frcra at Ann and from at from at Countefs of from at from at Georgia from at from at from at Solid from at from at from at from at from at from from in from in Great IJuke in of fiom in in from in from in Mary and from at SwAnzcyi from at from at John and front off from at Mary and from off the from at Duchefs of from at at from at from at from at from at from at 3057 30745 41217 17267 letter from dated 41 Laft night the Houfe of Commons here a long on a motion made by the pa That the feven Cammiffioners of tbe of this kingdom bad been always found fujjicieni jir the conducing juid managing tbt faid This oppofed by the to fecure a cor rupt they had promifed they iTAuld be in creafed tOtwdve Commilfioners of an Benchers of the Society of the 3369 49835 to receive their anf er in regaled to his continuation f 63i from that Society when he was or dered to and on his being called in he was informed that the Society had refolvedonliis that he ftill confidered hiin felf as a Member of the laid that bethought they bad no right to expel and therefore he fliould attend his Commons as AfUcrmau Townfhend has paid the landtax charged on hrs eftates m the countiy and confe all proceedings in that affair are It is faid the eminent linen who died a few days has left to Sheriff as a his We hear that the Chamberlain of London is the perfon who paid aoo to HufTey and in addition to the Governments for bringing to juftice thegang of nine ruffians who committed the robbery and murder at Hulchinss ia ExtrafI of n letter from Saturday the i6th inftant we had an rain for twentyfour hours which raifed the witer to fuch a prodigious height the oldeft man living never remembers offeeing the like the lauds and grounds on Wear Teas and Tync water have fufferdd greatly below you have a lift of the feveral carried The water at Barnardcaftla bridge has left its the bridge Itanding is Stockton and Hartlepool fuiFcrtd Wear Wears Head bridge is and all the foot bridges to or we call the has differed and the Col legebridge at Durham are all gone fevera hatifea about Durham awayi Sunderland Low and feveral families both in it and on Monk Wearmoath fliore carried Tyne CHollerford bridge and the new bridge at Hexham are part of Corbridge is two and houfes and mops on Newcaltlebridge are gone the fhips keels iad fmall craft fuifered the water at Newcaftle was as high aj the weighing crofs the merchants inve fuffered j South and Nortli Shields is half fwept The as I am will amount to feveral hundred A clergyman has applied for a divorce at Doftors his wife having a few days ago been de tefted in bad behaviour with a young foreign gen whom the clergyman had undertaken to teach the Englifh and received him into his houfe for that He has likewife com menced an aftion againft the foreignerfor One of the who is turned was fo that when it was propofed on Satur day commit the robbery at he would not let oft from London till the Sabbath was time a Scotch merchant in on clianging his ufed frequently to leave change in his waiftcoat which he often fufpecHng a Scotch mnid fervantin the he left a marked fhilllng in his which on examination lie found was taken The maids box was and tne marked hilling fotiiul tiurein upon being queftioncd whether fhe had the theft on the fhe an What ce yau theuk I would commit lick a crcme on tiic Lords Day f On Saturday 13 of the bags ftolen lately out of the North were brought to the The letters in them had all been and the notes and bills taken out they were found by a man was hedging in a ditchneir the place where the robbery was covered with fo much defaced as to Lie Early on Saturday mrning about 120 i jitatioa in 21171 3096 35120 35531 7459 42188 39557 11655 28X15 20678 17114 46757 45794 18507 34046 iov35 37969 487 27476 41161 97SS 19733 39205 30273 33874 28555 13494 i2o2 2O 53 37304 35600 25467 46266 37083 10849 26961 19077 16310 14350 13358 15942 13310 37774 32346 35300 17484 29261 43552 664 22035 48060 36683 23154 49663 4040 1238 27865 34974 10698 20X03 12929 15358 5338 14963 13764 13551 48344 39 47997 26475 43116 49021 45697 21391 3327920629 3i97i 26007 49206 42450 13519 14111 6197 37897 47213 2438 7067 27270 9720 48160 48573 43752 3619 49925 11951 9425 8765 13892 30864 23024 40192 43378 49539 36218 4106 26775 8498 164x8 9736 43999 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funendsrthe i 8ih of at two in ihe and 4th of it three in the a the Royal in Manthef iu Idmund of in llkma msichsnt to furrenjcr the Sth tf and of at four in the at theRoyal in in Days appointedfor making the Dividends of Bankrupts Eflares to Thomas of Red Li in the pjrifli ef furrir fhe i4h ct ten in the John of of iA hardwareinanv aberdaflieJ afid dealer in toysj tnc five in at FlNALDl John Hawkins ajid Chriftopher of Woodftreeti in thtcity of merchants and partners the zSth of at fen in the at Lrtward Webtrx late of tioner ihe i4th of ten at Certificates to be allowed to Peter Francis Maurice De of Ufa merchant j on or befort the I4th of John Hogg and Geerge late sf Leadenhallmarketj coffeemen and copartners or before the 14th of William of ia fi Ik broker an or befort the i4th of To the and Freeholders of the County of HAVING been this day nominated a Candidate to reprefent the by a very numerous and and Free at a at StowrnarUet j I amat a Icfs to xprefs my for fo a rnirti f your callingme to rtfirtume my fervice hi Happy in this it oheft hiy fixed determinaticn not to engage in the affair 6f tlie I moft chearfully accept the honour you havis now entreat the favaiac of yoiir votes and on the day of eJeftion ahd if I becoms your fhall by a conftant attendance n and a faithful difcharije of my duty with he fams indepenknt condud 1 have hitherto o merit that or any ftttarc favour you fhall be pleated to confer oflj You moft obliged arid devoted humble ROWLAND REMOVED from heCAsTLE lN STAGEWAGGONS AND new fet out frorh the CASTLB and PALCOM INN in London for and GainfbOrough every Wednefday and at two oclock each Performed by AULAY M TEAD In SAINT ANNS ACAXJL SELLS and wholeCalc and at the loweft London prices Of whom may be His SHORTHAND B OO Price Ten and Which teaches the art of Swift and may he learned by the book without the affiftarice of iny The great demand t ShortHand liffivicndy proves the public A quick at an eafy may be had by employing ihe or applying to thofe rs that have goodifrom HEREAS wife of JOHN ELOPED from her faid hufhand on the aoth of Oifloher I A in compiny with one a PJayer This is therefore to acquaint all perfons that any debt or debts fhe may contract ia my after the dnte will not be paid by m And whoever fhall harbour faid Hannah Falkner wiil be profecuted as the law in fuch rare Wjmefs my JOHN It i fuppofed they are gore to Any can inform him oftheir place of ftiall be handfomely rewarded for ihtir IF RICHARD PALMER who folowed the btifiriefs of a and went frorrj in Che county of abaut five years arid has 1ieen heard of iince by his friends h and will aprly to Attornies at in or to Attorney at in he will hear of fomcthins greatly to his ad The faid Richard Palmer if living is rtovV 40 years of If any perfon can give hint where he dead or be fhall be rewarded for his A GENTLEMAN properly and who lives in the to he in town ry to wait on ch perforis as may be i f his advice of the bed of improvise their mon for which attendance and will acsept of fi t and ne to defray his coaehhire j his vuvr being no having 3 cenrtel frmne of liis but 10 have the merit and reputation F heiriz to and to him no but rather as an exerctfe j and though his credit be yet yril an no account tafte to his charge or poffeiTion any monies or etfedls for to be left at the Moorgate Gaffe e i j HEREAS GEORGE of the county of on the iSth day of afnned all eftste anrf cffecls unto Roberi of and Rsa ert of Stockport in the htrtefilji of all the friKi George Ellifons creaicpris execotc deed of afiignment on or before OJri neiC NOTICE is hereby ths deed cf sfBmmcril fo now in the harirTs of Robert in lit ifl eider to bj aid creditors j vhu at rfw time oT executing leave an account of their rsfycftive with the Roberr And all rhofe who do not the fait deed of aiTignnicnt Afrbin the time beo e will be excluded the benefit of any dividerd ufirUr W1 And all perfons indebted unro the fiif fJearre Cllifori forthwith to pay ihtir tcfpeclive it to thq faid Robert EfliTon who mskf a dividend of tlie ac the Inn in Stotkpurt on fbe faid ClJ CandiemaSdsiy
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