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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 12, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N veninar O From DecfcvwsR tg DECEMBER Price Twoperrce Sold by B L A D O in Paternofterrow where and Leftten of Intelligence arc taken in and where thoie who to be regularly iervid THIS are defired to Articles of from are alfo received by RICHARDJON and at the RoyalExchange opposite DtlnftanS at the Comer of in the Strand the bottom of Martins Chartngcrofs j t the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Bondftreet and NO WHERE FR1 D DECEMBER FOREIGN NOVEMBER KE following is the fubflance of a letter written by the Waiwodes of Culm and Marienbourg to Bel relative to the con tributions he had demanded in PoHh Pruflia that they had for a yfar paft met epprdTive uftge from but that they had put up with in hopes that he would have been fatisned with the nrft contributions without harraflmg themwith new but difappomt ed in their they knew not what to think of the Generals orders to the the nature and defpotic ftile of which would hardly be borne even in a conquered You demand fay they from our Ecclefiafticks an exact account of the num ber of and wit an accurate account of the quantity and quality of the land An order io abfolute and mifplaced makes us break and afk what right you have to a power which only belongs to a Sovereign ia a country under his iinmiJhte domina that on your we may take ncceflary The duties of our nofts exaft it from and the treaties of Velaw and Oliva authorize as they fecure die entire liberty and independence of Polifh Your Sovereigns troops may yafs through but it muft be without the leaft dif turbance of the pubhck taking any thing from the creates of the How can we reconcile the prefent Itay of the Pruffian troops and and contributions you with the exprefs tenure of thofs treaties We are affured that the Pruffian General anfwered to this That his reaibn for demanding an account of the land and inhabitants was only to ellabliui a juft equality in fiibfirtance for the and to fee whether the complaints againft the made by the proper tvere well That he recalled the order for railing the hoping they would communicate his declaration to the that they might not make him anfwerable far the complaints thnt may be brought againft the prefent A M E R I C At the Supreme Court held litre on Monday William Speddy was arraigned And tried for the murder of Nathan who was ihot from ths Rlockhouie at while it was in the polTdfion of Lazarus Stewart and Company and after long and impartial tie Jury loon gave hi their Not C O U N T R Y N E W An additional number of hands is oidered for to be employed in fitting out the Chips there for channel Tha onof the Minor Canons of the cathedral of Chrhl is piefented to the living of in Ko nncy void by the of Tafwellto the living of Juit pajfcd through this city Lord from France to On Thurfdky the man belonging to tie Rye whj fhot viandtbrd taken in near and carrier to troin whence he to be rtmuved to to be tried by a Court of On Thuriday hit a periba who called himielf Jshn was committed to the prilbn iii this on of felony j but fearing the of a drank fuch an immoderate if fpirituous liquors aa to occa iion his before the next S H 1 1 N E W S Dfc Wind Arrived and failed for tie the aul from Maryland Abi and and and fTMi from Georgia j from from Ar the as tlic ior ail Ills MaJLltyo fllips Dunkiik and Ci R v K N D by the Bur frjin Ollend from Vork Malaga from A and from Uoicn j from Georgia Peace and JI from R iv 1 V A ar liifi foUowim Ports St frrm at at at iicirn at King of at Si foiT at trince of Jom at fioni at at froin at Duke cf fom at fr in at tVom at Harbour from ir Wednefday the Princefs Dowager of Wales went to the houfe in oppofite to the Cocoa which is taken for the Prince and Princefs of viewed every part of and feemed as well as he has been thtfe ten The which the houfe taken for the re ception of the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick is furnimed withj was removed from and was the furniture of the apart ents of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs daughter of her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of who died fome years Letters from dated that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glou etfer in tends to make but a fhort lay at and will IpcnJ the remainder of the winter at Lord eldefl fon to the Earl of is appointed to fucceed Lord as Ambaffador to the Court of as LorUfliip has obtairred leave to return to England in order to fettle his private On after the Edward Lc refigned his office of Treafurer to his Highnefs the Duke of It is expedhd all the officers of his houihold will do the fame in a few It is one of the Lords of the Bed Chamber to his will fbon be created Earl of the county of which title of Peerage has long lain On Tucfday began ro be paid at the CofFerers office the denands of his Mnjeilys tradefmen and up io Midfummer The Jun man of is arrived at Plymouth from Falklands and brings advice that the Spaniards have that place to Lis The Squirrel man of from is arrived in the It was moved yefter lay at the Court of Common by the Under and fe condd by tie irfolutioii of the for preenfin he hte and the Ah nneri Wilkcs and mould come on at the next vf but the prefent LordMayor to o Dunn claiini to be the firfr of feas in the fome altronomers coiiicfm 1 as eminent have denied it to the vt the following as an i the time of the change of time of full and from riie tim tiit the time of the change of the brown parts extend on ilhunin they appear of the fame nate in the arch of a on the which arch is berveen unilluminatcd parr j tiiatthoic iirovi are never vifible beyond that nor hrt of it and from the porition as fctn from the thofe brown parts are in the Im face of the moons and as nothing but a fluid can fo exactly conform to therefore the brown parts of the moon are A letter from Grand Cairo A venerable old Grecian has juft made his who adds new ftrength to the prophecies lately propagated in regard to the end of our mortal peregrinations in the yeur 1777 before he will be two s both and a of dreadful and un ufual Yefterday came on at before the Chancellor of a ciuife brought by B who fouth of againft his wife for The fact being fully that the lady had committed the Judge was pleafed to pronounce for the On Wednefday three bakers in Farringdon were convicted before the LordMay of feiing breadfhort of when one of them paid a penalty of another half a guinea and the third io Thefe frauds were dilcovered by the Inqusft going out Yefterday two men were obferved in Jamess Park with a large quantity of prohibited of which being given to one of the yeomen of the who is alfo a Cuflomhoufc he produced his and felzed the VVednefday night the fiiop of in was broke open and robbed of goodj to the value of The fame night fome villains broke into the hop of on Puddledock and dripped it of almoftail its to the value of up wards of At the laft at a milkman was tried and convicted for ravilhing and abufing a little girl under eleven yearj oi He was fcnteaced to fuffer three months imprifonment in and in that fpace to ftand three times on the It is faidthat the flaw in the by which Shaw that he was mentioned in is an in the whereas he in u fettled Thomas Efq of Hill Hanover to Mifs of Hano ver Efq of Upper Grofvtrior to Elizabeth of Berwick William Efq to Mifs Amelia both of Caven toyman and i cv o of tJjj faros At William Yelverton Davenport Efq to At his houfe at Wind John Efq Adjutant of the Flintshire At Dod in the Vicar of that parifli 34 and of Rainham in the fame county near At John In James Wat the corner of wife of Thomas woollendraper in the At his fathers houfe in Matter eldefl fon of Sir jofeph At her houfe in widow of LIST of drawn Prize of 41608 Prizes of 8197 Prizes of each 21050 2109449411 20981 21691 7084 Prizes of each 40178 25102 3481 995 36112 33735 1962 40116 6i7 214 21805 46060 377 23ui 16931 7567 47119 1X117 34677 5608 4962 11663 26319 AiVI 8791 4635 7255 28700 10772 1911 4920 9306 35335 31946 2111 5079 30213 37960 32579 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7658 49082 22457 28127 2 9 o 9 31203 4 3 37401 21842 5 13 o4 14047 8 i 13 8j s i 2661 jo 404 24050 1X714 5041 Zftroq 4638 18710 1W7 5or 47J4I 5S27 25243 3jioo 31678 SWlBBl N on zoth k to the i OT1CE is heiehy Tha Meeting of tlie Truftees for the Lee be by ad at the Celt Inn at rfny of December in ft at tenocicc CJL COR X VV A WANTED at in Prielts to officiate as Le5turer in anJ to kee a School the certain profits are 7 ok aru a with a good profpsft of improvrmcn Any whom this my ill pie ifc to write to Edward Efq at 1enryn or to of Charles S T O L E N or Out of fome grounds near in the county of Wor on Tuefday nielu ui A Darkbrown PONE 13 with a fwiih a httls white on one cf the hind ant moves the fnme a brown M 14 and a half with a cut rifittj fix years and few prey hairs on her Whoever will intelligence of one of the faid to William of Dudley fo as they may be fnal receive one guinea reward for and all reafjnabl WHEREAS GEORGE of in tjis county of Innliolder on the iSthdayot affined ail his crtate and effeftb unto Robert of Liverp Robert of Stockport in for the benunt of al tie faid George Elltfons creditors fhiill exccutr die rfeccl of alfignment on or before Old Candlemasday next NOTICE is hereby That the faid deed of affitjnment is now in the hands of Robert in Stcokport in order to be executed by the faid creditors who at the time of execvjting to leave an account of their refpcclive debt with the faid Robert And all thofe do not execute the aid deed of affignment within the time before will be excluded the benefit of any dividend under And all perfons indebted unto the faid George EHifoi are required forthwith to pay their refpeftlve debts to th faid Robert EJlifon who will make a dividend of the at the WhiteLion Inn in Stoclcport on old Old marKCU Wlth the letter A To the and Freeholders of the Coumy of HAVING been this day nominated a Candidate to referent tlie County by a vejy numerous and ile appearance of and Free at a meeting at Stowmarket I am at a exprefs my acknowledgments for fo a rmrk of your as calling me tfc rtafiu ne my fervies irk Happy in this although it VMS once my fixed letermination not to in the affairs of the I moft chearlully accept the honour you have now done me and earnestly entreat the favour of your votes and intereft on the day ol eltdion and if I becorne your enteavourj by a conftant attendants n and a faithful of my duty with the independent tondofl I have hitherto to merit that or any future you fhall be pleafad to confer You moft obliged arid devoted InirriMe ROWLAND The day of eleftion is the i8th of December i r r Feathers MEETING of the AT a General Meeting of the Clergy and the Gentlemen of the FrofsfGons of Civil Law and JKld here this a fourth General is appointed fcr Thurfday of faanary And en Wednefday the 2 id of the fame the Committee for ccmfiderinj the proper method of introducing ths Petition to Parliament will meet at the fame at feven in the for fiaiy feitlinj their Report to the General Sjch perfons as are difpofed to correfpond with th are defired to direfic to the at the Tavern in the Propofals for an Application to Parliament ars price by in Fleetftreet j and in ths Poultry in Pauls Churcb and in OAK T I M E TO be S O L D by Public at the and Lamb at in onWednefday tire i qth day of January the Lie to begin at in three LOT 117 Oaks 40 larce Elms 36 marked with the letter LOT 85 Afh and 3 marked wih the letter The faid Timber is now fet very good and to be fold by view and may be viewed it any time For farther particulars arolv to Robert ai the faid Lion and Lawib r to Farnham Condirions will be producid at the tinc of To be SOLD by A U C T I O By W I L L I A M MARS In two diftindl at Mr e Upptr Kings at the near on Monday thez3d at one o IE following FREEHOLD ESTATE Lot A geod a large and in goad togrrher with i litrle more or of fine rich mellow land arij iinin thereto fituate at the in the parrfh of Lot Ten more or of rich meadow near Lot The purchafers tt into poileffion on rnent of thtir and conditions may be had cf in StapleInn j at the piacs of and of h faid Wiilinrn in Lawrence In th ftudih be In Two pent Pocket irice s npHE CAUTIOUS Wrhretr YOUNG GENTLEMAN of Printed for in Covtntjardei and in the This Price THE REQUISITION of SUBSCRIPTION to the 79 ard LITliiGY of Ctiurch o not inconfiftent Chriftian Liherfy A To which are againft fen i v a Petition to Parliament for Abolition of fash Sublet iprion for opnoftc Hojborft In the P R E S An be published on Thurfday the i 5th of In One with favcral accuraiefj Price i t s in VOYAGE kound ptrfnrmod b orcer of his Moll the and By M Dt H H o A N V T L L from the Ry J O H N R 1 N M O L D FO R S T E Notes ror in tfw Viand I u to in This 7iy u Prise OOLOGFA E i MICA A JLJ tr MOSAIC INC3 ION of ANI ing an ro o rhc and afe of hat In By Wl L J A VI J O in Printed for Rohirfen ahH Paterrtoftef and near Of whom tie Ny the Remarks on Principle and Spiri of a 1 lit A full Anfwcr to an Fffay on A t 6 ihtCatholic Doarins of a Tiinity price The fame price bonndj A Later to a GcTirlemai at Ox or Holy Price An EiTy crj the Firft 1rincipre of Pi prke 6 fn one
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