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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 26, 1771, London, Middlesex e Price Twopfence From T U E S DA NOVEMBER to NOVEMBER 28 Sold by T Fateranitcrrow of Intelligence are taken in where thofe who cnUfc to ferved ttrtfa A r A i r r toapplf Articles of and Letters from are tlfa sad at the oppofite in FleetOreet at the Corner of Sttand the bottom of Sn j Fouioiuff the Corner 0f Charmgerofs j in New Bondftreet and NO WHERE NOVEMBER LONDON NOVEMBER V the Almighty by his Pro vidence liad not gang of the vnoft defperate villains would have jTerpe trated an acl which all true Poles would have rend in their annals horror and mg wasretar his coach to his from the Great Prince his Majefty was fuddenly at tacked at the corner of the near the of Cracows by fix headed by a Captain cf named who had formerly been in the forvice of Prince but is now one of the Hii Majefty not being attended by hi ufual efcort of but only accompanied by fome pages and the afiaifins flopped the and imme diately difcharged their carbines and of the balls going through the were behind the coach with imme diately leaped down to defend it one of whom was defperately and foon after expired the other received feverat wounds from An who was in the coach with the and a were and nothing be longing to his Majefty was found but his This happened in one of the moft inhabited parts of the fothat the greateft alarm wasoccafioned among the who ran out on the firft and troops of the crown and the who were patrolling in all came but could not trace the villains had All that could be found was the Kings bloody which cauHdan tmiverfal confternation for his Majeftys In the mean Koczinfky and his gang had joined 25 other ported at the corner of a ilreet waiting the As foon as they had draped the Kinf out of his they took between two holding him up by the drew him in that manner by the Arfeaal ovr die Naliuze out of the city beyond a German mile and a half from They now by the fhouts they that the Ruffians were in purfuit of them whereupon either through or remorfe of defired the Captain of the who commanded this defperate to retire to fome diftance with the greateft number of thinking that otherwise they not fail to be nifcuvered which deftre Captain complied and lefrhis Majeity in th hands of Koczinfky and four others which Koczinfky prefcntly after contrived to get rid by fending them to fee how near the Rullians were He then threw himielf at the Kinds and implored with the ftrongefl rancea that he would carry his Majefty back fafely to He produced a in which he wa bound with the others by the ftrongeft oaths which transaction palTed at to deliver the dead or to the He re ceived his Majeftys and then Jed the King out of the read auiongft the by After they had travelled an hour in the and excefTive bid they arrived at a poor where his Majefty threw InVnfelf down quite exhausted on a and fell From hence advice was fent to General who came immediately with a prty of and had the pleaihre to in tlie fnfe in the His belides the imminent danger of iiii every diftrcfs to combat and thi aggravated by two wounds on his one by a ami the other by a which only As the alann and condensation had been very fa it is not eafy to exprcfs the joy every one felt at knowing his Majefty was once again fare in the A general thankfgiving was offered up to God for prefervation cf his Majeftys precious and Te Deum celebrated in all the with the of 100 Tn conlpirator had been in the city fome having got in by forne waggons laden with but had not beenafels ts an opporrunify of getting of the Kings perfon till the svening thii execrable fcheme was put in execution as above Yefterday her Majefty the and the fet out for and were accompanied by the King the firft days We have the happinefs to per ceive his Royal Hifchnefs the Duke of Glouceiler gains ftrength and ipirits He has been three times out in a coach to take the His Majefty has been peared appoint John Eiq to be his Profeiibr of Modern Hiftory in the Univerilty of from Quelcc from Belfaft from ARRIVALS at the following Ports from at Ruffia from at from at from at from Conftantinojile at Oiry cf from at from at from at from at fioni it at Eurtachc il from the Coaft of at from ac at ar fr9m from ar ac fron at from in the Bis from at from at from at from at fom at John and from at from at from at from at from at and from at from at from at from at from at from at ohasina ancl from at The paragnphs in the aflerting Alderman Townfend paid the and that he had gained b fuci payment poileffion of the gnols been are abilute to be from undoubted autiio theixfore will attribute fucli report Trwnfsiid ro the inual from hencu Irive eceived many rantccl infoimatioas tSe arpofe of deceivin the SHIPNEWS Wind Cams down and the Vincents for and An Arrived the Canadian from PafTed by the CoodInent from Seville Virtuous from Gottsnburgh from Dublin from Yeflerdny both purfuant o tluir hi ft and were pro by commiffion to the sift of then to enter on Extract of a leter from dated it xvs moved in this 01 that the with the itteid his Excellency Lord j of laft ftvci baJ avjoys been found fufnciext vsmt of ibis this Sir Gc isy ftid k would be highly were come CL This produced a wirtn and inflamed new charge to be of at least by additional i and only to increafe vites in in avour of At two oclock his morn ing the Houfe when the Patriots it again ft the Court by a great of a letter from 7 gentleman in to hi fricnJ in A veflcl belonging to this commanded iiy which was down on a voyage to the Spanish feized by the Spaniards a weeks who murdered the Capain and all tlie A letter from dated The Emperor linth writfw that lie hath round in Bohemia nailery of the inhabitants much greater tban ht could have believed it to and far beond what it had been reprelented to Succours of grain d msni are continually finding to them from this Eleven of florins have been re ceived here under an from the Low which the Bank has borrowed at two and a half per We know not what occafion it has for tins but it is believed ibme other operation is in agitation the objecl ef which is to reduce the iaterell of ExiraEl of a Letter from A week ago a meifenger from to Copenhagen brought that an account had been received at the former that a fliip called the Two John laden with woollen and thread had failed from Smyrna infecled with the This advice was imme diately notified to all the ports of the that they may avoid receiving that and all the necellkry precautions are taken to keep her if We hear that fome very rich manufac tured in are brought home in the True as a prefent to ker Yefterday the George brother to the Earl of and Member for arrived at his houfe in from The new Freeholders Book will be for the approaching feffions at the Old Bailey in January and will then be produced by the Sherifts Wilkes and A fmuggling floop from Guernfey is chafqd alhorc near by one of his Majeftys The veHel an cargo are The and from Malaga to leagues from Cape Finifterre j the Captain and crew weretaken up by a French after remaining three days in their We hear from that the cf James was loft the 6th on a rock going into All the crew perifhed excspt one who got afhore a The was loll the fth of September in Tlutrfday laft the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by the Unlverfity of in tul conferred on Solander and Yefterday Walliss efrate at Whitchurch wa fold by Langford and fon for near The ticket a prize is the property of Wperrtyfix Vti j fubcribed one guinea at the Brown a houfe the corner of Thames They bought only two tickets j the other was in the wlieel hit On Monday night lad Evanss coachman wa killed by a fill from his box at On Monday Richard GulLcy and John Hurdley were taken into cultody on a charge in ft them of havia been concerned with Simon in break ing the dwelling luufs of Edmund in the mrht and Itealing a dial and a looking being carried before xvere committed to They were at the fame time charged on oath with bing concerned in twe other Daniel Efq Great George to Mill of Wardour Tlie John one of the Canons of At in the a Diffenting At hi5 lioufe at Benjamin at worth he ha left to a journeyman his god At where he went for the recovery o his Thomas Eiq winemerchant in Thorowgood wite of Th At iiii houfe i Soutlnmpton John Ar Enjlrfield near in a widow hcy of large At hts lodgings at ivichard Eiq late an eminent lutter in Shore T cf r IT I L drawn Piize of 5353 Prize of 1466 Prizes of 36300 j 46701 7457 17963 9613 of 1870 Priafcs of each C3 o45 Mi 22X33 25670 36417 45225 i i 6676 r3 35l i o o 31041 24783 45136 15550 I I 1 12618 2 2 i i J2CI2 V 15196 V 5 4 53 i 2220 4 J 5 16 01 i 4 3 Jj44 494 So 50 a iS 25 5 3y i1463 41511 4 liiSSo 5v4i I ICIi I oi I ii 40 i 4 1 1 447 3 t 2i iSoz 40620 20724 Jsl 21940 35762 18693 43893 1810 7335 34i6 12073 ZjOoO 48876 ft o 9 13554 j96z4 1SSS 20130 321 Cio 20706 42964 i5207 5546 47542 15626 45763 45843 403 43p8 7177 34690 64j 15626 45763 45843 19031 12014 32845 37935 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Junes of ifl Effexj ajjolheiary to furrender the 3d and of and 7th of Ja at ten in the at for miking of Bankrupt I Eftates to Robert Campbell Ttomas jr late ef in Borough mercers and copartners he si ft of tea in Uiercre at James Rivtngton aad James in the of and the iSthof at ten in ihe late of maker and the i of at five in thtf at of the parifb of in buiicer ihe i8th of t ten in die tor at FINAL John uf Lr wgrehoufeaian 2ift of at eleven In the at Ouild Francis of brewer and the zift cf at ten in the at George of in the city of Canter the of ac five ia the at William in the patifti of John tlie iSth of at five in the at Samuel of ilopkeeperj the i8th of at ten in the at GaHd John kre of in the pafift df in the orpenter jnd i8tk of nt fen in the at David of grpcer and linen the of at rivs in at the ThreuTuss in Fiji to be allowed to a William ae of on or brfoe the rf To the and Freeholders of the Couniy of AV1NG Keen this day nominated a to represent by a very numerous and rcfpeifrable apptaranc of and hnldcrSj at a at I am at a to exprefs my acknowledsinenrs for r a mark of y as catting sie re rsisnlamt my ii Happy in this although it was once fixed determination mt to engage asain in tlie of the I moft accept thehonour you have now done me anri uarnsiily entreat the favour ot votM and interefb en tlie Hay of eitflion anit I become vouf by a n and a my duty with the fame indeptnjent 1 have hithtrrro to merit that or any future avour you bt p leafed ta conftr You incft obliged and devoted hunible ROWLAND REMOVED from the CASTLE WOOD STAGEWAGGONS A ND now fee out from the CASTLE snd FALCON in ATE for and every and Satur ar tvo oclock ciich Petcrmetl by A GENTLEMAN prjperiy and who lives in the ptirpofei to he in town every to vait on Kch psrfons as may he defirous cf his cf the beft fnerhods of improving their monies and adyice he will accept of five ard no to defray his coachhire his vitw bein io Juvinsr a entee fortane of his htu td the meri and rtputaiion of ferviccable to and ro him nu cr fasvin as an exeixife snci though lis he jet svil on no account raltd co his or pofTeiTion monies or eftcOs Direft tor to he ieft at tie Moorgaie THIS Wine has hitherto had importation to te itsorifihal by fieingeithsr Did for witht worft fons 3s aifo wirhlow I isrhcFefbra hoped tfcat cliofe who prefer drink rag XVine isj its irnl favour the R0WERT at in with their vends itat per for reacly money 5 the bottles to be returned or paid Excellent and all other foreijis and as at the loweft and fres from ADVERTISEMENT WHEREAS cernin unhappy Steward aod fnuated on tlie Nor rietn fkirts of and eniphaucally hy the Of has for years been dreadful fits of the frenzy thefe fits with a of the whole being all the eyes Wood fljot aud ha lips pale and and particuJarly i fuch a rnanner as is utterly impoflible is theKsfprc to give Kotiee to the the in prefcribe a remedy for this grievous fo that the faid poor Bajazef perfeft for eff a brandnew velvet a fpe and one of the beft gi fits begin to on the of nin in
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