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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 10, 1771, London, Middlesex f N D Price From DECEMBER to TH U R S D A DECEMBER 8old by in j whctc Adverciferhems Jitdligenoc arc taken IK and where thdfe who ciiufc to be regularly rved Widt we defiteo to Articles jf and Letters from are alflkKcewsd by and at the ojrpofje in Fleetftfeel at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom of Martins Charingcrols FOUR t RJ fhe Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondlreet and NO WHERE r A DECEMBER X From the L O N H O N NOVEMSEK N Wed note ay laft died UiiiverfaHy after having been for fome time confined to her Lady wife of his Excel lency Lord his Britannick Majeftys Am bafJador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at tliis The great fall of and leverity of the which has begun very art very tmfsrtunute circumftanccs to the inhabitants of as the fearcity of bread is ftill very great and if the fno and bgan on the 7th fhould con it will prevent th relief expected from the importation of by obftruaing the navigation of the of N T R Y N E W By the long continuance fine weather at this many rhoufhnd crts of land in this which were intended for other have been lately plowed and foivn with wheat and it is univerthlly allowed rival through the kingdom in general there never was fuch a quan tity in the ground The great price of wheat will now prove the caufe of a great On Saturday the remaining part of the Southend of Tynebridge fell m will ever fupport this hap py which will gUard the liberty of the fo long as this nation retains iufficient virtue to defend it I hope it may never be endangered by Hcentioufnefs or a corrupt ijfftem of asa citizen of I promife I will irnin tain and defend the franchiics of my and the liberties of my country in I have the honour to with the greateft your moft obedient humble JOHN ExtraS of a letter from This our Houfe of Commons being the report of the Committee of Ways and Means was and and agreed For the cur rent fervice of the year and Parliamentary many additional duties were to be laid on ftmdry im Six pounds per ton on all Spanifh and French Three pounds on all Portugal wines on all wines of other country with the houfcs on Came down ar failed for ihe 5 H I P N E v Die Wind blows and reimins with the ships the Par for Arrived and the from Iaffcd by the from Lifbon and from ARRIVALSat the following Ports from at African from at King from at from at from at from at Jcrin and from at from a Oprno from at Kiiit of from at from at at from at from at from from at from at from at from d ai from at from at John from at from at d fom at trom Newfoundland and at Janet and from at 1roni at Little from at Fathers from at fiom at Li e at from at L O N D 6 The folding i Deputy Joness dafiver to ibe Inflations of tie Inhabitants of the Ward cf Crip plegate of to giveinflruclions to their representatives is without diljmte while I have the honour to veprefent you in Common at times receive them with the ut moft deferenceJiid and conform as far the oath cf rny ofHce will As my judgement that the Livery cf London however ure reprefcntatives of the Citizens st for the purpoie of elections I do lYil tilnk till better informed they nor ought to a pcver to difpofe of the property of the corporation fuch in my being folely vefted by the conftitutiou in the Court of Commoncouncil the compicat reuiefentatives of the Citizens whole rights it is the duty of every member of that Court u defend sen in ftall encroachments At the time I heartily agree with gen in that fome public mark of the Citys owgbt to be given to thole gifirates fupported the rights of the peo ple j and whenever that qusftion fhail originate in the Court cf it hall meet with my hearty concurrence and 1 ever be jealous of my countrys which I will to the of my vvkile lire in the humble walk of a Com endeavour to animate my orethren with the No man feels mere fenfibly than I any injujyor infult offered totheEritifJi and therefore you may be any propofition haH be in Com for prefentincr proper rcpreientatious I O t I i to the throne for the fupport of the honour of the nation I fhull heartily Itipport I will always oppofe any violation of the peoples and endeavour to procure a redrefs of every national grievance having been educaicd aiii five pound To pay the mtional debt a loan was Flood Tlut the loan might be of the reft might be nvide up from favings and He ftipported by Sir Lucius Sir William bat wai oppofed by Sir George AttorneyGe S and Clements the latter of whom that there WAS but remaining in the f At the queftiou being whether the loan mould be or it pafled for the former on a divifion 126 being for and 96 for the lefler A Committee was then appointed to prepare the and the Houfe adjourned to Letters from Airier that the Dey took it into his head to mut up all the Catholic churches in one and to imprifon all the By the from there is ad that an Algerine row galley had taken the from Leghorn to and carried her into Algiers and that Sir Peter Dennis had fent a man of war to demand immediate reftitu tion By letters from Holland vre have that the Dutch EaftItHia Company have prefented to the States General an ample in which complain of the encroachments of the Enghfli in and particularly their ftt petre which nlwiivs been a very able branch of the Dutch commerce in that part of the Sir James and are candidates to reprefent the Burghs of Ln in ia the room of the late James Yelterday there was a Court of when the of bread was ordered to lie as before Several leafe wre fe and licences with other common John Newman was appointed K eper of in the room of Anthony Two Brokers were adaiitted A letter fnm Baron Adamswas read and John was ad mitted Serjeant at Mace at Woodftrest The late from Zeskind to is loft on the Englifh fr JRI South bound to laden with is entirely loft near in and part of the crew Copy of a petition which is banded about tbe Umverfiiy cf for reliif in regard to fubfcriptton to the To the and Nonregents of the Univerfity of the hurnbte petition sf certain Undergraduates hi the faid That your petitioners apprehend in confcquence of engagements entered into with the Univerfity at the time of their admiffion or matricu to be under an obligation of devoting their attention to that courfe of fludies which is recom neuded to them by their rupcriors that with this view they have employed themfelves in the purfuit of natural and metaphyfical knowledge have la boured to improve themfelves in moral in where Ihe had lately been lent from Eng Lady who died at Peterfbourg on fhe 13th as mentioned in the Gazette was the daughter of Lord Archibald Hamilton fon of Wil liam and Duke and Duchefs of Hamilton and of Lady Jane daughter of the Earl of She was born in and married in to Charles Shaw Lord HerLady fliip had nine and has left three ions two having died in their infancy and four the yoangeft not 16 months Her were on the i6th conveyed by a yacht to the fiiip ar bound for 111 order to be deposited in Audley chapel with thofe of her de csafed A difciMTry has been made at Paris by a nurfe on her which has occafioneLl an order to be made to forbid any perfons giving er fees at the death of their patients the wicked wreTh has that ihe had cleftroyed upwards of forty ladies for the fake of the perquihtes of Laft night lottery tickets fold at fome oF the offices from to As fome labourers were lately a filhpond at a gentlemans near Grirnftead in they found a bottle covered with mud a yard thick on which were infcribed theie words New put in to fee how long it will keep April The mouth of the bottle wa waxed over the wine was though the cork was almo t On Sunday evening a woman came into the in Old and ordered two pots of and change for half a to be carried to a houfe in the neighbourhood the girl of the houfe going with the was interrupted by the who took the change from gave her a and made Ycfterdciy morning General Conwiys porter hot liimfeif in his near Sunday morning a fervat in livery was founJ mur dered in the Dcprtordroad cwo broomfticks were found by and the boric he rode was grazing at a little The Societies cf snd Grays inn have ifllied the fame orders as the in regard to the of the Jews who was cxecited on Monday dr to feak to at the place of a Vnr t him from the tr whom he proteftsil his innocence to the and hoped he wouid uie his intereit to have him of of Jews who were executed on Weil and Jacob were fezed by the belonging to Vanxhall in Augull on an alarm given of their robbing a and lecnrcd in the New Thev kept there Days appointed for making the ot Bankrupts EHates ta Fatfirk of lrtfcot in thrr of Whitsch in the of at ten in the i jknry duties and Kohcit all of in j the 6th of at ten in the 21 the EuJi in Certificate to be allowed tn a Henry ofth parifh of in innholder on of before the Tiff iniK drawn Prize of 9601 Prize of Piszes of 21701 Pihtes yr eacii 3791037993 35113 153844488 8582 12960 Prixn oi each 23591 41209 46656 i 6564 447 4405 23451 48S 33021 797 170 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theological ufually called the Thirtynine Ai ticles of apparently of high argjanaeptand great importance or offub themfefvtsto a repulfe in their petition for a which endeavoured to qualify themfelves for with much and at no little Your petitipners therefore if fuch indulgeinent can be granted to them without in fringement of the Uivverfity that they be rdeafed from the neceffity of teftifying then afient to the aforefaid propcfitions or that Inch timely af fiftance may be allbrued in their refpeitive colleges as will enable your petitioners to fatisfy their coit fciences in fubfcribing And your petitioners fhal ever A young heirefs to a confiderablt has made her cibape from a nuanery at niiif and examined by the Rotation Jufticesof the but no one appearing againit Uierh they were at the fefllons at the one prifoner was capitally convicted Maximilian having been conviclcd of received judgment of for feveu and whom his Majefty was pleafed to on his entering into recognizance with fureties to tranfport himleJf for that recog nizance was entered into before Recorder but he neglecled to perform the and was taken up by Sir John Fieldings on fufpicion of re turning from His fentence is re in Good to reiici of late at John fur geon and to Mifs of William cf to Sally of the at Mifs Anne who was to have been married iu a little time to Zachariah Efq of in Mid At his houfe at Henry De formerly a very Dutch but had At his houfe in attorney at Amos of the London At in William an etninent but had retired from In great by being terrioly the only child of in a little four years whom the maid had carelefsly lefc by the fire whiie fhe went to take in bme William late of Tanntnn Mary in carrier to furiender the and 3 and 2iftof ac three in th ar the fign of tke in Thomas in William Wynne Ryland and Henry of in the city of prinlfeUers and partners to furren drr ihe zoth and anJ 2111 of attcn in the of John G of Alem in North urn her crrn faftoi to the z6th and z7th and lift of 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your inrstit on the of if I tfcoinc joof hail ence y a aiuriano n inri i fiiriij fiiclurjce of my duty with the independent condufl 1 have to merit that or any future favour you jliali be picafttd CO confer You molt obliged and ilevottd humble ROWLAND The day of is ih of Deceniber C O N W WANTED at n Priellj toofEcfattf in he 4ind keey a Schjcl the profits ie and Sel a with a good of this mjy fuitj will to Edward a to 257 N Thuriday the 19 h of at ten ocljuk in be PUBLtC at ihe Honic in POOLJ Tea Green Tea Brandy i Rum 7ac V Geneva Vvines Tafc Gall tfl Se illed into cr into V Which fccuiiiy is to be L MI t i Puvfiwnt to a Uidir cf tluTKVh Courc of THE Creditors or of JOHN lateLbrd drce of annuity or which Ho fpeiiftctiilj of the hid John iuK Ci by hij will for tha paynisnt on or before day of before Peter cf at his chainhers in and make out c Ji fault they will be peremptorily cf tUt decree ord
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