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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 3, 1771, London, Middlesex N D Price Twopence From Sold by BL in and Letters from to H CJ R S D A DECEMBER alfo receded by fej sfr t tfcofe who timfe to regttlttJy ferved with e VTu wo rr at tfie RoyalExchange Donate Dn inFfeeareet at the Corner of in te the batfem of CHariLrpofa the Corner of Channgtrofs i in and NO WHERE J v DECEMBER HE winter is already begun here it has frozen very hard thefe three nights and yefterday and this day a good of fnow has Their High 04 ac count 6f tire dearneis of have under the exportation of potatoes from their for tbe S H B W S Arrived and failed tor the the Generous frotn Seville and from Remain the fhips as Paflfed fay the Greaves f Hudfon Sandiffeld Bltnkinfop Thorley Newmarch Great Duke WiHiams and Duke of Hutchm from Peterfburgh from NewYork Jamesand from Riga Princefs of Stahren from Ltfhon 5 from Rotterdam 5 Amitys and Satif from ARRIVALS following Ports from at Nancy and from from from at from at Briftol from at from from at Prinee Earl of at at Molly and True from from at Good f torn at the from ftt from at from at from at from at William and from from from Two William and from at from at White from at from at from John and from HopeweH from at from at from PrufTun from Three from from from Charming from frora at Abfent from from Lovely from at from at L G N D O The Cn has fignified to the Of by order of the that hisR1 Hfss prefence at be difpenfed with and it has atfo been by to the and to all the fervants of the thut if any of them wfit the they muft not appear at Tlie and fs are at for his we are credibly fte fupported him though a on the two fcori tefted for the county of Sxttef ef a letttr from tkt Yefterday Prince EnvoyExtraordi nary from R received an exprefs frbrii Peterfi which amongft other things brought dri aa that the difteraper at Mofcow continued abating to fuch a that it was notdoubted that tue city would be fbon entirely healthy At a time when we nattered ourfelves that the mortality among the horned cattle was in a manner an end within the diftrift of the United it is faid to have broken out afrefh in Ame parts of South According to foine very accurate and autfcentick lifts tliat have been it pears that firfr of April to October there have died in the provinces of North and South Holland head of It likewife that within die fame time and dif have been cured oFtire After the ftricieft enquiries made by the StatesGeneral after the fhip which was faid ta have been hovering about the North Sea with the plague on and agairift which every prudent precaution had been the whole is difcovered to have been a falfe The number of Englifh children now educating at the four following convents in we are at Calais at Boulogne at Montreal and at Omsr A few days fiace a young lady of fortune eloped to Scotland with her Laft nights Gazette contains a notice figned by the Earl of that advice has been received from his Majeftys General at that oit the i7th of October there came afhore near in a having on board no living with fome pipes of wine and brandy on which goods are fafe under the care of the Cuftomhoufe at and that any perfon wko may fuppofe himfelf concerned on applying to the Earl of Rochfords and de Scribing the marks of his be fatisfied whether they are any of thofe goods mentioned to have been On Monday a fire broke out at in Thomas the which greatly damaged the and goods to the vnlue isf in perry j to Atrrender tije and of at two ia the at the Swan and in rhe city of William to Thomas late of in tofurtender the 7th and aid and i4th of at ten in the at in Days appointed for making Che Dividends of Bankrupts to John of in com the at ten in the at Thomas kte of fn dealer ami Aapmani the Z4th at in the at 1 Johq of in the piriffi of ovfentOurcRsuf lu j UWyui 91 at ten ia the fore at be allowed to a Robert Elwin anA William of tfce city of Nor coalmerchants and partners j on or before the 24th of drawn Prize of 16549 Prizes of 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although fixed determination nor to engage again fa the tEtfc J moft chearfuily the hoAouf have qow done me earneftly entreat the favpur of your and intereft oaihe day of election and if I become youi 4jy a conftant aittendance 22098 436 34001 24596 30800 41445 49346 15860 498 10212 40330 13037 15155 2386 7003 39166 7626 J1I2I 39852 6959 9139 Vi iT r c confiderable lum ot 6105 Extrafi from This day aCommitteeof the Houfe of Commons entered on thebuKasfs of in which the iiaoft material paffage Tvas the debate on the It was that this pen lion was very as it was thoufand poirrids ayearj was as it was who had never of any fenice to The Provoft expatiated very largely in Dyfons and that whenever any motion was made in the Britiffa Jjoufe relative to he always tojk that fuie the qudtibn which was for the advantage of and particularly in regard to the This eulogium was re plied toby Sir William and taken to At length the question was on it carried againit the penfion by a majority of one The numbers for the 105 againft That the penfion granted to Jeremiah Efq and his three ij unnecfcuary charge uport the eftabiihmeut of and ought not to beprovided for That penfion be truck off the Hft of npon tjie eftablifoment of When the numbers were there a great in the Houfe and in the gal eery lane abfconded with a ana nas not fince been heard Yefrerday a young fellow offered to fell a horfe to in for 15 guineas but the latter 1ufpecHng it to be as he could give no good account how he came by he was carried ber fore the Sitting Alderman at pre varicating on his he was feutto Wood ftreat till he can fend to his father in Euck whofe property he at firft faid the horfe The cafes of and for which were argued by their Counfel ait SerjeantVInn on Saturday are now under the Bonlideration ef tlie who have not yet givea their 1 Monday night died the at 47S4 and a publichoufe in Fleetmarket death was by her fkull being frafrured with a pewterpot by the boy of the who had but has fmce luirendered The Lady of Sir John Member for the county of delivered of a fan and at his feat at Northamp John of Goodmans to Mifs daughter of Francis Efqj late of James of of At near Efq formerly a Captain iu tfcefjpth jnent of At his houfe at in the Minifter ef the above in a fit Aitei an hours timbermer at In the Philip for merly of the Bank At his houfe Edward 44159 13954 47839 9887 26952 21292 20598 29462 36419 40583 41544 3z4i3 458 23881 13592 41264 34388 21088 42717 33048 40750 34309 44205 21618 21804 49046 49675 23309 41016 10523 5923 45057 26314 10643 24167 39024 16665 17318 46232 20060 2350 28184 65 42593 38174 47381 9428 7334 963 43684 24991 28178 15195 36754 44242 19966 8366 32895 33427 37109 48557 11166 21760 37320 6365 46544 6001 9184 10391 30216 38462 38836 40407 17584 45029 44813 I2I2I 42274 198 43II3 13546 43654 29885 38091 11485 15149 13052 21404 1810 22250 1526 10199 35351 48571 27090 6593 45307 7386 5134 18109 12681 19293 12737 49736 30665 S2554 27500 33213 26019 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preferred the Caufe of his country to the almoll certain ruin of his private Our late worthy convinced of tixat geHtleinans love in Clare In Queen Lincolnsinn of the late Bernard Waitli of the mafter eftbe White Hart wife of rof in Edward attorney at oppofite In WHliimj At her houfe in JSedfordJ Coven aged brazier and ironmonger in Jamess ftreet he went to bed in perfect health after earing a hearty oclock died At his feat in of Ebeneier late of the city cheefefaSiot to furrender the 14th and gift at four in and J4th of at five ia the at at Jofcpli late of the pariA of John the in the city or aad dealei 7 bis Qey were 4n One Price SSJJECTESIS AYS from the ENCYCLOPEDY the and inftruftive parts of that veryextonflve Written by And others the moft ceebrated Writersiof the Prfiued for to oppofira Charingcrofs BookfellerSj atOxftfird and at TBy whom will Ibortly be Ait pfiay towards an Invefiigation of the Origin of Lan guagef or SouAds and Wherein is confifced their analogy and power to exprefs radical ideas whereon the primitive language appears to have been By the K ING s Tbii Day ivas Price only Illurtrated with a quarto view of in the county to merit that or any future favour you be pleaftd ta confer You moft obliged and devoted humble ROWLAND The day of election is the i8th of December To the Gentlemen of the Pro feffons of CIVIL LAWand and others who are affeaed by SUBSCRIPTION to the LITURGY and 39 ARTICLES of the CHURCH of PETITION to PARLIAMENT for Relief in the matter of Subfcription will on Monday and every be at the Feathers Tavern in the and every Friday at the Chapter CoffeeHoufe in Pater to be figned by fuch as are A Member of che Aflbciation will attend frSm to A third general meeting of the will be held at the Feathers on Wednefday the nth of from eleven to Such Gentlemen as are defirous of correfponding with the are requefted to direft their letters to the Secretary of the at the Tavern in the Propofals may price of in ftreet and in the Poultry in Pauls Churchyard and in jfjii NOTICE is hereby That a commodious and fafe FERRY for conveying crofs the RIVER TYNE is now and the fame will be ready to take in every from fix in ihe morning till in the By Difpatches from the Poft Offices may pafs at any STOLEN or Out of fome grounds near A Darkbrown about 13 hands with a fwitch a little white on one of trie hind and moves the fame a darkbrown 14 hands and a half with a cut rifing tix years and a few grey hairs on her Whoever will give intelligence of one or both of the faid to William of Dudley fo as they may be ftiall receive one guinea reward for and all reafonable S TO L E On Saturday night the 30th of TWO MA RES j One is a lightcoloured near 15 hands fix years docked about five inches cut tail and ftandktg mane has a enher nofe of a triangular which comes quite to one is about four inches wide at the and runs upon her face with a pointabout fix inches abovj the noftrils is low of thin and lies wb on her huckles The other mars is a near 15 hands five years mane and cut fets a good nicked and a flar in her Whoever can procure or giveintelligence of the fold fo that they can be had fliaJl be paid a guinea for each an3 reafonable by applying to of Weybread in in Norfolk or of James near the WHEREAS GEORGE of in the county of onthe iSth day affigned all and effectsunto Robert of and Robert of Stockport for the I enefit of all the aid Gecrgd Ellifons creditors who hall executt the deedof aflignmeht on or before OldCandlemasday NOTICE is hereby That the faid deed of affignment is now in the haixis of Robert in Stockport in order to be executed by the faid at the time of executing to kave an account of their refpe3ive debts with theVaid Robert And all thofe who do not execute che faid deed of aflignment within the time before will be excluded the benefit of any dividend under And all perfons indebted unto the faid George Eliifon are required forthwith to refpeftive debts to the faid Robert Eliifon will make a dividend of the at the WhiteLion Inn in Stockport on the faid Old Candlemasday of Cumberland a head of the late f Lord Chancellor tneie three plates new fet to Cowper figure of the elegantly engraved on copper Hg UNIVERSAL MAGAZINE of For N OV E E E R pages extraordinaryy and feveral Printad for at the in Pater near Warwicklane j and fold by all Beok fellers ia OreatBritain and Where alfo may be The 48 neatly bound and Price Halfbound or any lingle tmrtiber from the at By the KINGS CAKEO for making SHINING LIQUID far HESE Cakes with the utraoft by the addition of water a moft excellent Shining Liquid much fuperior to any hitherto knowrt k gives the nneft black and mpft beautiful to yet never renders it ftiffor on rite con prevents its and preferves it foftj and mellow to hewy laft whereby ft is renderedrnore agreeable jbe as well as rnore It is perfectly free from and that are blacked with it will neither foil the fingers in putting or the flocking in whokfale and by ia pear the bottom of the Haymarket retail by appointnaent by at rfw CivetCaj New Bondrtreet at the Angel and Holbom at the corner of PaalsChur yard and by oppofite the IndUi Price the win mae a Liquid
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