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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 28, 1771, London, Middlesex r Priec TiWiEHpenee fcjr B L A D O F R I A W down aftd with of horli for PprtTmouth arnd Johnand for Art Paft the from ARRIVALS at the following Pcsrts Ryanr froija aj Prince from Xew from at s from at William and torn at SoudarupKmv from at from at PoJty aM from at Water to the I fent a boat jin aad fotuid belonging to She had the ioth if SepfcTand on and crew as appeats with chalk thebulkhead of die and figned by the mafter for what reafon her I cannot unlefsfrom her being deeply infured her hull being and fuch good that there was not a drop of water in her at the time I fell in with which was five days after the mafter and crew hadleft her j and eVery thing being taken away except the gives me reafon to fufpcft not rightat the RICHARD Yeterday a Court of Aldermen wag the petitions Ann arid from at from at from at at ditto from at from at from at from at Tvo from at General from at from at from at Puke of from at Ctvita Vrow from at at 6wn at from from at frorrr at John aod from at from at L O N D O NT A letter from Ireland that when the Houfe of Commons of thfci kingdom waited on the Lord Lieutenant with their Thit feveiv Corniiniffioners been fufficient for the colleftion of thfe hs to inform his ortBe fenfe of the Houle of thisrefol ution and I think it incum upon this to acquaint that I have received hU Majeftys letters for appointing certainCommiSioners therein men the number of to be Gornmiffioners of and certain other perfons to the number to be Coinmialoaers of purfuaiit to the fevers aXs of parliament in this The refohitioji was carried by a majerity sf forty fix j and the motion to wait upon the Lord Lieute nant with by a majority of An old on whofe intelligence we can telis that while the Mihiftry are traduced from all and every poflibie their conduct in to the naval department a very efiential branch of their bufinefs is highly meritorious and praife worthy for that our fleet is in excellent order fail of the line on any be fitted out immediately and though the eftabliihment of our Navy is now fo high and fo THERE is NOT A NJNVY AT HEARING has not been the cafe for a great many years Her Majefty has ordered a benefaction out of her Privypurfe of 500 to be diftributed amongft the pobr of the Coffere of his Houftold on Tuefday hit accounts for the1 year before the Barons of theExcijeqMer anrongfi which is a charge of For iiis pafllng and re pifling between Richmond and The ami all Jiis even the pay the ffiveral furripikes they and Turn Proprietor of carries in his ac count regularly every monthj this may account for tlw above had agreed to purchafe for of Miv being a not execute the deeds till of which would the enfuing but unluckily he died laft his the next is not above fifteen years of age iiow unfortunate for tHe as it after to been a free bridge On Friday came on at in the of the ofa Menilieifor that in of William Fane Bfq The candidates were Skrine and the was declared duly a majoiuty of tlrree The followi TB is a copy of a letter yefter d ay fry the mailers of Old and New Lloyds coftee ff Utter front on board the floop of the 2 Having fafleii in with a veflel onmy paflage home from I to was largely I it a on and every other to make cafes of this kindjcnown to the publicki 5j he late Sir John Lang which is to be paid yearly to 25 foldiers and of tbofe are by Court deemed the greateft of and do not re ceive any penfion Greenwich or Chelfea hofpi when great numbers attended and delivered their with an account of the Situation hey are the number of their when their names were taken that the matter may be fet tled at the next Court of Aldermen after which tlie names of fuch perfons who are thought land in the greateft need of it will be that they may apply to the Chamberlains office for the faid A letter from after mentioning the damages done there and in places by the late Thirtyfour hips were wrecked on on the Korth and South fand many men and boys were drowned three col lieries are filled with one engine is entirely and others much damaged of 700 keels belonging to tlie river not 100 are found in a ftate of Nineteen houfes were warned away Lord Ravenfworth has 100 guineas to the churchwardens in Gace to be diftributed among the poor fufferers by the flood in that A letter from near ia York dated On Saturday night one a oinerTand his as they were going between Richmond in what is commonly but a frnall fbgether with one of their The damage done about Richmond is there having been the greateft flood ever known in that Moft of the bridges between that town and Sunderland are carried together with a great of ftacks of and cattle of all procefles have been begun at DoftorsCom mons within this by perfons of diftincliou again ft their on the fubjeft of with the others already make up the number A few days ago an Ecclefiaftic of very high rank went to view the Pantheon in butfeveral people of fafhion being there who knew a Nobleman afked what codld induce his e tocome to facrr place asthat To which the other archly To confecrate it to A correfpendent fends us the following defcription of the drefs ofa modern fine fellow a coat of light with fleeves too fmall for the and but tons big for the A pair of fine Man chefter ftufF without money in the Clouded filk but no club of hair larger than the head that carries A hat of the fize of a on a block not werth laft as a young couple were going to be at a church weft of a welldrefled young with a dtiJLffin her gavethe parfon a note into his wftich he foon delivered theifltended who was fo con founded at the that he ran out of the church without fpeaking a On Tuefday a man was taken into cuftody on fuf piciun of ftealing a the property of Thomas and being carried before Juftice Sherwood at was committed to He was alfo cliarged on oath before the faid on fufpicion of ftealing four cows the property of John of county of On Tuefday laft one a deferter from the of aad a notorious was com mitted to Gloucefter He that withfouror five had ierted on of the many robberies they had i commuted on Blacklieath and quartered at He went to offer hlmfelf to a recruiting ferjeant at by whom he was dilcovered to be a On Wednefday a tradefman in was found by his wife hanging in bed and died before he could be cut dowru morning one of the porters belonging to Temple was found dead in the dufthoie Wednefday a fervant rrikid to a gentleman PallMall hanged At his houfe at Paddmgton Abraham Efq to Mifs Charlotte daughter Efq both of Padding John of gate toMifs Mary of Te in tp of John Potter Ift a At MJffecaifc in Robert Bar jn Af Henley MTSU Clay aged a deKehdant of of Oliver Crolti LIST of P R I ZE drawn aoooh Prizes of Prizes of 26344 Prizes of each 15460 19893 3375 a9is448969 24057 24644733 Prizes of each 21911 47768 19956 21242 9532 492X0 49fT 46892 9782 8099 14933 16980 a6gj 3104 38106 19 2760331562 4988 35103 4343 41897 35880 32308 13646 38128 16630 16069 30412 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49473 44252 3375 I448o 28309 29850 3584 6499 4932 1706447754 36755 49056 11649 2843 36107 31400 9955 14864 23068 19167 27230 6353 24002 4466 8192 24515 4I08 79S4 29179 20653 41900 36848 30890 15929 28319 2387 41581 48865 14214 31256 22647 8359 24850 33936 29492 35407 14496 30848 2038 14620 4214 31000 16219 22171 25294 7987 39380 3447 19099 44135 734 43757 29053 26534 49547 43aoi 6351 42109 37934 29335 47929 32ii2i 13412 38588 41678 27927 29027 23751 13654 16804 22972 20742 33032 40802 42301 5274 47759 21600 9635 23391 16615 8282 24526 Iii8i 16713 27049 13907 22460 14630 4831 38187 44345 21367 1369 20619 31489 30898 9604 30192 37903 43106 21022 42237 7837 16017 57495 36005 15426 22646 21606 48330 9831 32446 12051 25339 40027 49440 38475 36068 27495 1840635780 27424 I79S4 1727 22371 44525 48628 ij83 39112 49635 40iii 37257 29179 20653 14297 27882 9260 To be SOLD by At Berlons in on Thurfday the 5th day of December at three oclock in FeeSimple and Inheritance of the MANOR and LORDSHIP of COMBRAWLEIGH in the county of fituateabojt 16 miles of thecir one mile from and within the diftance often rniies from fevfral other condderahle markettowns is furrounded by and in a good neighbour The manor is of the yearly value of and up about of which is now in and the leafes for detorminable on anc under certain referyed rents and the followtm being the 6th of will be at the famt The MANOR and LORDSHIP of WOOLVERSTONE in theupariQi of in the faid being o the value of and about o which is in demefne and well nnd the rciidue on leafes for under certain reftrved1 rents and Tjjcfe manors are fituate in a good fportin5 have extenfive snd very advantageous commons for and are within the diflanyt of one rnUe irorn each jfurfher particujars applyto William in NewInnj London in Exeter or in to John of or Jelhro in Woolverlhmt who will Ihew the and Preeholdm tf of SUFFOLK Dominated a to reprefeju tlie very numerous of your as me to reafliia mV feftice irr Happy iti was mi fibred Jeterminarionrnot to agaiu m the I inoft cbearfully accept Tone affairs 6f thf me and and mtcreft onthe day of elccricrr p and I V Uy a n and a faithful jjiy with i he indepindarit ROWLAND from CAS T S T A B iWA G G sf i B t S AND now fet the CASlTJLE and FALCON INN in ALDERSG ATE for and Gainfbprough j every and Satur at two oclock each by I F AICHARD PALMER who followed the bufinefs of a And went from ia f die county abaut years and has sesn heard of lince by hisfriends is and will 6 at m or to Attorney at in he wiH hear of fomethins greatly ad The faid Richard Palmer if living is now attout 40 years of If any perfon fean give information of him where he dead or be rewarded for his with To be L E T And entered upon THE old and welKaccuftomed FALCON INN in with very goodftaWioir betwixt 40 and 50 horfes together with 15 acres Cf paflure land heki under kafes of which 20 years arc to For further particulars inquire of Mark at or of Providence at the faid who will fljsw the and lett the v to be SOLD by At the Greyhound in tH onanty on Tuefday the ioth day of Decamber nexr between the hours of three and rive in the afternoon unlefs difpofed of before by private of which due notice will be given A FREEHOLD at PJClt near Falkingham conflfting of a good with fuitable and other out in good a arxl feveral clofes of and pafture lyirig togethovery conveniently round the containing in the whole about 90 acres now in ttie tenure cf William For further particulars inquire of Attorney in WHEREAS GEORGE of in the county of Innholder on the Sch day ct affigned all his eftate and effefli unto Robert of Robert of Stockport in benefit of all the faid George Ellifons creditors who fliall execute the deed of on or before Old Candlemasday next NOTICE is hereby That the faid deed of affigoment is in the hands of Robert in Stockport in orritr to be executed by the faid who at the rifrfeVi executing to leave an account of their refjjeclive ftbti with tlie faid Robert And all rhofe uiio cfo not execute che faid afTignment vafchin the time btfore will be excluded the benefit of any dividend under And all perfons indebted unto the faid George EJlifbn arerequired forthwith to pay trwrir refpeftive debts to he faid Robert Eilifun who make dividend ofthe ifkrne at the WhiteLion Inn in Stockport oh the fad Old By the KINGS CAKES for making SrilNiNG LIQUID THESE Cakes by ofwater moft Liquid tnuclVfuperior to any hiriierto known it gives the Bneft blacw and rnoft beautiful gtofs to the yet never renders it Jiff or on the con prevents its and prelerves it and to tlie very lall wherebyit is rendered rnore agreeable to the as well as much more It is from fmeli and the hoes that are blacked wijtJHt foil the fingersift putting or ftpckinj in by in near bottom of the Haymarket aifo appointment by at KewDonditreet at the Anjel Fv thecornerif by the IritiiaHeufc 9f This Day witr In Irirge Demy Pirioe JATURE ihe beft PHYSICIAN j Every his Contairfirig rules for of healili and from infency rb ex Tx which is dded a coJlciaionof palatable f r the recovery of health to who are already frliQed with any ofthp disorders tothe hxnnao not only fuch as to be by perfons of the fowift capacity in lations who leach naufeous and unwholefornt foreign By a LOVBRof Who has made the of rhe Human Conrtitution hit principal Employment upwarcis of Twenty Printed for at in Paternolerrow and fold hy all other Bookfeilew in GreatBritain and Frelandv This Dny Price neatly bound in red To which rrevy Cafcj nsrsr I fore printed alfo new of the Game played at Whites and Chocolate houfes A NEW bcns ths of Y L GA M E S M Complete In which ar contained the methyd of playing and thofs games upon equnl or Be pleafcd toobftrve that all genuine copies a figned by Edmonti and sH otliers are pirated or ba4 A rcwurd is Oifered to any will form of the fale of tiienK hy aflsgnrticnt from for Wiikie Pstiis CrowrfW in Patctfipfurr j inHRniTel tt 1 Atl CoverttgardsyT j tft the in T
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