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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 7, 1771, London, Middlesex                                I o L D p Price Twopence to i 59 Sold by it in PaternotUrrow THIS we from 3ft ilfo in at the Corner the Strand dieCorner of Intelligence taken in t and whtfre tfaoffe cnufe rate regirUfrly ferred wirh proofite Danftan3 bcttoftttff ln New Bdndftrtet and NO WHERE Etslb Q N DA DECEMBER LONDON NOVEMBER IS Royal Highneftthe Duke Glouceftcr is juftarrived here from and feems td be perfeftly reco vered from his late dan gerous His Poliih Mujeftyis ftill fined to but it is thought that in days he will able to go His Imperial Majefty hither on Sunday laft in pood health from his pre grefs through and Ufcper Au The diftemper amongft the fcoravd cutle ftillcontinues with fome degree of violence in s H i p N vv S DEC No Aip in the b the and Good from Malaga Lovely rom Lonely and King of from Leghorn from larwick from Calais j arid from ARRIVALS at the following Ports from at Two from at Mundayj from at from at from at Mary and from at from John from at from at Van from at from at Poit from at Ruffe from at at Welte from at from at Hamburgh from at Ham from at Orders are given for apartments to be fitted upat for the reception of die Prince and Princefs of who are expected here before the ex of next ff itier Yclierday in tiie Houfe of when the report was made from the Committee of Sepplf to the Hou the Count parry that the rcfolu tion which had been come that Dyfons pen fhould not be provided might be This produced a long and warm debate and it was carried by the Country who had a majority of the numbers for Adminiuration being and for the Country Letters from Paris that the French King has demanded a free gift of 40 millions from his but that they hoped to be able to moderate the as the largeft free gift ever made has not exceeded 30 The Clerktbip of the which the Earl of is now in p is worth per Lis Lordfhip obtained a reverficnary grant of three lives of that valuable Ufl enjoys likcwiii a Tellenhip of the lixchequeiyuvyarth 3jooU per in time of andat leaft per annum iu time ci He had a pdnfipn of per annum for the Duke We hear that tii Laiy Mayoreishas the Tame power of recommending rabiaibcrs to thePantheon as the A Common council is fummoned for Thurfday when the buiincfs of the Silver isto be determined which it is thought will be done by a They who ojipofe the Cups are very ready to pay a proper compliment to and for defending the Li berty of the and oppofing the unjult ufurpa tionof the Houfe of but thry know that prefent mode of clifpofmg of the City Caflv at a Cpmmon Hail is only intended as a and the forerunner of a large penfion to Wilkes they therefore that their piftures h ill be put vjp in the M an Go perpetual memorial of tho comruitmsnt cf the The partizaas of except tiuee or four very hotheaded have agiesrl to confcntto this propofal of the perceiving it impoffible 2nd difgraceful to jhfiit Jipon the It is faid Cy isnow the hundred pounds he Iubfcribedto uiijfj i of double the value in a Silver and is retired iu difgiift to The report of a legacy to Wilkes from a the illand of Jamaica takei its rife from the following circumftance A gentleman of that iilanJ years ago a child by a who fquinted tiie infant was therefore Jaha The father dy ing lately any lawful bequeathed a cine of nine thoufand half to tlw motlter and half to die ypung And thus tlw legacy theliiciy baftaril at Jamaica has been miftafcenly the unlucky on this fide the ui Saturday evening laft the Grand Jury for the ths a bill Jo Da tor wilful la making afflclavit before the late Brafs C Efq that he was concerned in the fire by fweariag he was at fuch and fuch places at Portf mouth July the i4th and in the trary of which was fully proved by feme icjmtable gentlemen at that The following is over the door of a beure a village near William Skeep beardt childs coat and Itay alfo mens claaths and bleeding clone by the fame On Saturday nine prifoners were tried ai the Old two of whom were capitally William for Mealing a gel in Bucking the property of Michael Cutler and William a of Egtiatn for robbing the mail on Hounflowheath his trial lalted upwards cf fix hours j in the courfe of which near forty wit nefles were examined for the profecution DaVis in his near twenty of the principal gentlemen of who gave him a moil unexcep tionable character but the evidence againit him was fo very the without going out of found him guilty of the Two were cafl for and five Amongft thofe call for tranfportation was Rober for ftealing a the property of John containing a and a which he had accidentally laid down en a deflt at a where the prifoner a corn chandler happened to who took it John who was convicted on Saturday for fobbing the away while Jultice Afton was fumming up the evidence to the The prifoner was carried out of and the Judge waited a quarter of an hour till he was entirely Sheriff Wakes went him felf with the and procured him every thing proper for fo melancholy a The in giving his evidence on Saturday laft on the trial of Davis for robbing the that between Staines and Hounllow he affced him to let him which he complied and foon after complained he was morlal fleepy fo the boy called it and begged to lie down on the from whence he found means to ftea1 the bag con taining the fie of Wigh Solomon on IViJay cried de clared he was only thirryfeveji years of that he had lived ten years in and no perfon could accufe him of any dilhoneft In that unavoidable hurry in which the account of trial was aiv error of trifling the writers which our faying the caufe was heard before Chief JSaron the Judge on tue Bench being Baron On Saturday as the Middlefex Jury were going into Court at tie a young fellow was detected in picking one of their and being had before Alderman then was committed to the The Lady of John Efq Member for Wallingford in delivered of a fcn and heir at their houfe in By fpecial at his houfe in Leicefter Sir Thomas of in the county of to widow of John Elq late Cjniul at Leonard Efq Northumberh in the to of Golden At Efqj brother of the Right Lady r Mi widow of Jolin late of i Efq and filter to William Efq of T in Ae apothe to Mifs both of At John Efq for merly a Commander in the Ja At his houfe at Little John wife of matter of the White horfe liveryftables in In William Efq formerly one of the Pages to his Ma jetty King George the At formerly Irifh but had retired fome At George At his houfe in Effex in the of an apoplectic Samuel At her houfe near who fome years fince fupported a capital caft of characters with great at the Theatre Royal in The above we died 7900 which me has left to her eldeft fon flie had three other children by a certain great who are all handfomely provided for by their Providence HanfarJ the of in and of in the Lincoln hi Commonbrewer and innholder to furrender ther i5th and lad iSth of at ten in the at the in Edward Dra at Lydia of in linen draper W furrender the zjd and and i8th of at in it the Eagleand in in Simuel of the to furrender the loth and nil and the l8th of at ten in the at of in the county of hnendrapev j to furrendcr and uft and i8th of at ten the at De Broic William of pariflj of Giles in the in grocer and to furreade the four in the the 2tft rnftantand rSthof at ten in the Lon in the Kiogf Bench I John of in chant to the at fire in the afieN the at tenin the and iSth of fix in at Henry of Henry late of the city of in the king dom of bat now of Spring inthepanfti of Martins in the in dtalcr and chapman j to finrender the ijth five in the the sift and 18th of at ten in the at in Great near Lincolns Henry lale of the parifli of Geoge the in carpenter to furreflder the i at ten in ih the 21 ft and iSth of four in at appointed for making the DiridetLii of Eftates to Adam of mercfaint the at fiveinthe at John Bedford and John Bedford the of in merchants and copartners the oth at four in the at the White in John Rifbrough and Thomas of Hotton in the of Leonard in and bricklayers the of at ten in at FINAL Michid late of merchant the 25th of at five the at Fi N AL John late of in theparifi of Giles in tke in carpenter and builder theiyth of at eleven in the at Lon Certificates to be allowed to Samuel of in Mld wine merchant j on or before the zSth Timothy of in merchant j on or before the 2 8th LIST of drawn on Prizes of 15639 Prizes of 37075 iczaa 15379 3514 Prizes of each 39054 34430 34384 44695 Prizes of each 39172 22823 17537 20676 4153 44107 41247 30171 43994 21464 10901 46429 4872 3930 41937 16411 40061 451 UV94 9690 4751 18115 24019 36728 30213 7699 49254 21314 2455024474 43306 27932 44575 1682 22744 37823 35814 ziSo6 15771 7654 35858 87 7 676 25095 352 12607 31564 14980 15367 30703 2521 16771 4X900 37207 20966 ileio 6789 48773 25961 30927 19019 49952 4437 4929 13301 20166 34o 36054 46414 46537 38611 30561 13524 X44 26725 18X75 32669 20550 20774 3OT32 3j25 3865 29148 43054 41755 24279 14259 6957 41168 349 31660 5755 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1475 I4jJ85 13000 1854 7994 49450 454 723 31417 20000 42211 44349 12171 21549 15025 12018 35398 21386 35121 4x751 16532 41546 25345 12090 28975 24287 415168 21150 24584 21266 28858 2951 41414 42297 23851 36688 28674 39940 28923 33900 10971 33710 34080 45332 2218 bt Price 4 fewed A TRAVELLING DICTIONARY Alphabetical Tables of the Distance of all ths prin cipal snd SeaPof in from each Shewing at one view the number of miles every city or town in the kingdom is diftant from any according to the neireft dire a or crofi Comprehending near care fully collected from the beff and anansred in a manner entirely now and To which is added a table fhewing the diftance of the upon the river Thames from each other by whole bin a fecond part to the new and accurate of the By DANIEL Afliftant to the QuarterMafterGeneral of his Itfajeftys Pdrved for at in Pauls Of whom may be price i A nevy and accurate Defcription of all the Great Britain being the firft part o the abave Or two paxts may be had Bound together in price 720 ON TJmrfiUjr the igth of it ten oclock in the will be expofed to PUBHC SALE at tlrti CuflOaiHoofe in Bohea Tea 2378 Green Tea Brandy IKC Rrm i 20 V Geneva Italian Wines 126 tohe difiilled into er made iho for which fecurity is to be d LTN or s f R Out of f9pe grounds rear in the cotmry of Wor oh Tuefday nirht the i9th ot Novembtr about 13 hands with a fwitch a litele white on one of ths hind and moves feme a rlarkbrowri M a half with 4 ciit riling fix years a few hairs on IHT will intelligence of one or bcrli of J to William of Dudley fo they may be fhali receive one guinea reward fur ancf all reafurtabli WHEREAS GEORGE of the county cf on thetiSthday ot aflijned all his eilats and unco Robert of and Robert of Stoekport 1n for the benefit of all the faid George JElltfon s creditors who execute tins deed of aflignrflem an or before Old Candlemas day next NOTICE is hereby Thatthe faid tieed of affrsriment is now in the hantls of Robert in Stockport in order to ba executed by phe faid creditors who at the time of executing to leave an account of thtir rcfjjeclive debts with the faid Roberr And all rhofe who do not execute che faid of aflignmerit withinthe time before will be excluded the benefit of any dividend under And all perfons rmicbted unto the faid George are required forthwith to pay their rcfpeflive ths aid Robert EJlifon who will make a dividend at the WlmeLion Inn in Stockport on the afore faid Old Candlemasday By the K I N G s CAKEG for making SHINING LIQIJ1D BLACKING for Cakcs with the dtfnoft JL the addition of 4moft excellent Liquid fhuch any hitherto known it gives the rineft black and molt beauiifu glofsr to never renders ftiff or on she con preventsits and prtfurves ic foffj and melJow to thre very laii hereby it is rendered more agreeable to the as well 23 iTfuch rhore If is perfeclly freefrqm and the fhoes that are it foil the fingers in putting or the in W near the bottcm of the Haymarket alfo retail by appointment hy at the New Bondltreet at and Holborn at the earner of Panls Church yard and hy opnOiJte the Price 6 the will make a fuU Pint of Liquid Day ivcre In Two Price LETTERS on the FRENCH ccnfidcrtd in its cliffs rent ituny iniereftintc particulars ielaiiy to its By Sir ROBERT T A L B Who attended te Duke of Bedford ijiJ in Trandatcd from the French with j and a complete by ilid Printed for in TO the LADIES To tle The hurnbie annual lays her wonted cie gratelul toil This Daj pullifatd Price only i with pockets fcf ierterSj Decorated lour copper tngravtd by WJker Th fsnfin her wKii iady of attended by her maid of hen ur in an pjiatficn two beau ti ul Lady going to court in a fell drefs Lady in a tsel vvhole finely and to are added the inuljc for f r an containing iniiruihons for to which will be fjirndofinfmite ofe wuh to become poffjiieri of very npHB LADIESmoil fortht the greatrit of and inliruclive tht tolfowins fary pages for and fet to The favountt it the pijbliic with feveral pieces of TweBtyfour eountryddnces foi she The of whiit and of co all the ufeiui arid expence Compiled at of of Ursder the of The Lady By whom the Poetical IntrotiaJVipn Printed for in and in I has besri ths erf my cotemporarigs boajt of what they jjave one tor latlifs and if I were to tiitir I mijht trpm tbe fucseft i mtrr kft fo beyond my fay ctt that iubjeSt than any of them j fo amply honoured and for whst is I hafl lay claiiti o no otSe tbgtt what the prefftit publicaiion in the opinion ladies he entitled to W H B Of whorjk had in i baint s LfaiveriaJ Or for ftiittd to tiitt nfc of tjeman acd tradefitianvyrio chufe with little kiep an account tbeir aanajil for their a are   

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