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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 5, 1771, London, Middlesex i i n n i MI Price Twopeace I From fr D A DECEMBER jp Tjie the Corner of taken where tliofe who cfenfe to Jbft regularly ierved magi at llw j oppofite of j NO WHERE I G N A PI A t R NO VE H6 Y that the fimprefs Rtiffia haying received5 accbwnts that her armies have loft great numbers of men in the campaighby their engagements with the and ftirl more by fickneftj her Imperial Ma order to make up has demanded of Senate but the Senate represented to her that To large a number at once would too much depopulate which in many places are prdent too fparingly whkAer ImperialMajefty has accepted which have been grafted in cafe a peace cannot be brorcight about this Thefe letters that Ruffian perceiving that the Courfof Vienna is defirou to protract their making a peace with the U order to gain time to fonrard her own may pofllbly relmqmfh ibike which feemhard upon the in the laflpropofals madeto in order to encourage them to a reconciliation with Ruffia without the con currence of the Court of S H I P N E w s Wind Came down and failed all the the for jkmaica Bofua for Carolina j and for GR Pafled by the from WrWord and from ARRIVALS at the following Ports Lion from at from at from at from at Royal from in from at John and from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from at Waga from at from at from at late at 1 from at from at Marquis of from at from at from at L O N D O N We have the pleafure to affure the publick from undoubted that the repeated accounts of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales being very and her life in great are en tirely faHe fuch repsrts being fuppofed to be calcu i lated to promote the mameful fpirit of gambling by infurances on OnTuefday fome difpatches arrived at Jamess from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of which that his Highnefs is daily recovering from his late and not as has been afierted in fome of the It is faid his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland paid vifit on Wednefday night to his mother the Princefs Dowager of Wales at Carlton Yeftetday the Lady ef the new Venetian Ambaffa dor was prefentcd to their Majefties at Yefteiday the Earl and Countefs of Temple at tended the Court and Drawingroom at Wednefday there was a mart altercation at the Seflionshoufe in the OldBailey between a Right Alderman and a patriotic in as we the former gentleman had greatly the ad The akercationwas grounded on a charge cf the patriotic Sheriffs having been feen within a fortnight to have come out of the door of the French ArribafTadors houfe at feven in the which the Kignr Alderman aflured the company he would prove to tlieir It was keptup with great and the Sheriffs head finding the laugh as as the argument to be geing greatly agrrinft Irs was about to introduce a different in order draw away his mafterV opponent from the point difpute it being how ever fignified to him by the that he mould cot fubmit to the infolent treatment he had Teen that fervant make uTe of to one of of the and that he mould not deign to enter into a converfation with he drew in his horns and flunk By the Martin floop of arrived a days fince from an account is received of two of the principal men of immenfe in the French of having been lately executed there by order of the French for circulating ibme of the Englifh papers from Bofton and which they had tranflated in order to e the people ts fupport their liberties after the Jeof the Britifh American a dogger from there is advice theIst3h victuallingyard at Hajlein having been fire in tbe night of the igth by Tome vil whick had deilroyed all the ViSualIinghoufe with feveral caflcs provifions had been laeelv cured for St On twq ii rtun4 commimoned by the names of the Drake and Raleigh and the commands jjiyen to the Captains at were Lieutenants to the They wiH fail in March The a miffing from is fafe arrived at Exlfatf of a Utter from We learn from that the breaking of the Solway mofs islocked upon as the Created inci dent that ever happened in that country the quan tity of arable land covered by it belonging to the of is faid to be near 600 and in different places lies from two to 10 feet deep of entire mofs fo a who had known that country would havetakfca a mofs fince the There are about 30 what they call confuting four or fiW houfes deftroyed no perfon but great numbers of cattle and fheep were It began to move on Saturday and contimied in motion till Great numbers of people are daily flocking from all parts of the country to fee this We are informed that Robert who died a few days ago at amongftmany other lespcies left the To John Efq To of Hoi To Ebenezcr of York attorney at 51K jo To every Member of the Beeffteak fociety a ring of two guineas A few days ago feveral who tow the barges up the river and broke down two or three and did other damage to the new horrepath between MaidenhMd and Windfor now carrying according to aS of par for working the craft up the river by of On Wednefday laft and her mail and attended at when the Grand Jury found a bill for robbery and wilful murder againft fix the Jews HOW in Yefterday 25 prifoners were tried at one of whom was John for robbing Efther in a on Finchleycornmon 16 were caftfor and eight William Efq is appointed Comptroller of his Majeltys Cuftoms at inthe room of Robert Efq L I S T of drawn Prize of 25872 Prize of 6084 Prizes of 6000 7314 Prize of 2433 Prizes of each 40971 1764 36259 32765 4476 8717 42074 48569 Prizes of each 21657 36378 28616 6858 8l20 42342 30055 II22I 877 10095 4523 2848 363 48209 14623 19578 30601 21041 II274 23871 35017 23348 362 7155 45477 25489 27730 23817 31914 13515 21035 44933 8176 4X067 1754 25491 37364 34934 43426 27558 J259J 354 31248 30836 46654 48361 31739 21 6090 6269 44561 14451 H2J3 42617 14397 9SX6 373S6 25993 43022 48109 2914 35599 44995 6451 47062 3254 17513 23h2 3253 21708 7996 17778 i6 8318 36701 14694 49865 25265 345 21 77 321 27247 6559 31089 43718 346938035 21949 21007 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in tipftaff to the Lord Chief Juftice of the Court ol At of an apopleftic linen and as he was goods in hrs houfe in ThoQkas at In Martins Roger Efq In William At his houfe in Matthew At her houfe at a widow gentle woman of genteel At her mothers houfe in Queen Mifs HarriotArnflia Cochran daughter of the late Archibald Cochran To thrafe who have the care of Dentift to her and the Princefs begs leave to that he has from lone and repeated that one principal caufe o the lofs of TEETH early in is a negleft of them when in the flate of proceeding from an opinion tlia they arc too tender to bsar cleaning and being thoroughly fenlible that his ESSENCE of PEARL will not do the leaft injury to the tteth even in their tendereft ftate but OH the is fovery that it will keep th fcwrns df children from being aifefted with the wil the nrft teeth from premature and preven thcfe fwelled faces and fevere painsinthe teeth to which thej are fo much fubjeft about the lime of fliedding them tha it will certainly render the fecond teeth ftronger and more confequenrly Contribute very greatly to the beauti prefervation of them throughout their whole lives He therefore thinks himfelf thoroughly warranted in taking liberty to recommend the ufe of his according to the directions given with as foon as the firft fet e teeth is which is generally about the age o two The Effence of Pearl is fold by Per in near the bottom of the Hay market and by oppofite the India in Leadenhallftreet and ne where elfein London 2 the This Day ijuas Price THE REQUISITION of SUBSCRIPTION to the 39 ARTICLES and LITURGY of the Churoh of not inconfirtent with Chriftian Liberty A To which are prefixed Reafons againft fub fcribing a Petition to Parliament for the Abolitian of fuch oppofite Ibis Day were In Two Prke LETTERS oa the PRENCH cpnfidered in its different departments j with many particulars relating to its By Sir ROBERT T A L B O Attended the Bedford to Paris in Tranflated from the Trench with Hiftorieat and complete Pfinted for at jn This Day was Price 6 ODDITIES Wonderful Storyteller Containing an uncommon corieQion oi curious which maybe valued for being Qjjeer Oui oth and The whole calculated to promote the and excite the wonder and ment of all the fons and daughters of By JACK Printed for at in Pater nolterrow and fold by all other Bookfellers in Great Britain and This Day wat publiftttdt Price 2 A NEW being the of A RMINE and A Legendary two C A R T W R I G H Printed for ftt in may be juf Langhernes Fables ofFlora 5 the id edition price Original printed from a manufcript written in the time of Oliver Cromwell price The Shepherds j in books the price By the This Day wot In Two Volumes in neatly bound and Price 3 3 Printed for at the In near Warwick STACKHOUSEs HISTORY of the HOLV From the Creation of the Worhkto the EftaWWhmenf of by JESUS CHRIST and bis u With Anfwcrs to moft of the controverted and DirTeitations upon the itioft remarkahie To areadded explaining djfficuk rec and rejsbhciling feemiiig contra IHuftrated one honared and ufeful and orna nieutsiT erigraVed by the befV from OFigihaJ j Ni thofe perforis who have not yet taken in Stackhoufe maylrgin witKNumhpr T with Number continue Uif 1 Where alfrf rriay fee had j By the THOMAS BODY of VE and In one price the FreeJiOkfeM y jof f 0 F F O t HAVIMG been this day nominated R a very numerous jtod and Free at meeting at Stowmarket I arrt at a loGt to exprefs my acknowlodrgments for fo diftingatfbed a mark of your as calling me to reaflune my fervice in Happy in this was once my fixed determination not engage again ia tbe affairs tho I moft diearfully accept the have me and earnefly the favour of and intereft on the lay of eledlion and if1 becpme youf hall by a conftant attendance n and a faithful difcharge of my duty wit6 fame independent cpndua I have hitherto to merit that or any future favour you mail be pteafed to confer You moft obliged aad devoted humble ROWLAND HQL The day of eleffionis Ae i8th WOOD from the CASTtE S T A 5 E A AND now fee out from the and FALCON INN in ALDERSG ATE STREET London for and GainnoroiJgh every Wednefdsy and at two oclock each Performed by STOLEN or S T R A Y E Out of fome grounds near in the county of Wof on TueHay nieht the iqth of November A Darkbrown PONE ahoct 13 hartds highj with a fwitch a little white on one of the hind and moves the fame a darkbrown 14 hands and a half with a cat rifing fix years and a few grey hairs on her Whoever gj ve intelligent of one or both of the faid to William of fo they may be hall receive one guinea reward for and all reafonabls To be SO L A FREEHOLD and two inuated at in the paifli ptherwjfe in the county of with about 30 acres of meadow land lettat per by for four unexpired with right of common fix j a or 60 For further particulars inquire of The premifes are fltuated two miles from two from and four from To be SOLD by At the Greyhound in in tha county of on Tuefifey Oth riay of DecSmJwr brfh between the hours of three and five in the unlefs difpofed of before by private of which due notice will be given A FREE HOLD fituate at PICK near Falkingham confifting of a good with fuitable arid other out in good a and feveral clofes of and pafture lying together rerr conveniently round containing in the wbole about 90 acres j now in the tenure William For further particulars inquire of in GEORGE of in the county of Cheftwj on the 1 8th day oi afligned and effects unto Robert of and Robert of Stockport in for benefit of all the faid George Ellifong creditors who ftiali execute the deed of affignment on or before Old Candlemasday next NOTICE is hereby That the faid deed of aflignment is now in the hands of in in order to be executed by the faid creditors who at the time of executing to leave an account of their debts with the faid Robert And all thofe whd do not the faid deed of affignment within the time before will be excluded the benefit of anydividend under And all perfons indebted unto the faid ElHfbn are required forthwith to pay their refpefliye debts to the faid Robert Ellifon who will make a dividend of The at the WhiteLion Inn jn Stoekport on the afore faid Old One bftavo Price SELECT ESSfAYS frorotheENCYCLOPEDy being the rpoft and inftruaive parts of that very extenfive Written by DAiEMBERT And others the moft ceebrated Writers of Printed for fucceflor to Msrfli oppbfite Cfaanngcrofi Bookfellers at Oxford and at By whom will fliortly be towai ds an InveftigatiorroOhe Origin Lan guage and or Sounds and Wherein is confidered their analogy and power to exprefs radical ideas whereon the primitive language appears to have been In the andfftedflj The Wrth andaSipple containing fcerides feveraf new tables obfervations or the Societies for the Benefit and of Old on the Probabilities of feient fituationsj and on the prefcnt State PopulaJJan in this kintrdorri OBSERVATIONS on Reverfionary Payments on fclTertnes for providing Annuities for Widows and orperlbas on the method for calculating tfa Value of AOurances on Lives and on the To vthiehare aaried on different fubjeas in Jottrine or Life Anrruiies and Political an acomplete fet of tables arly four new the Probabilities Of and and By RiJ C HARD P R I C R andCorreflions will be to the purchafers of thefirft i
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