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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 14, 1771, London, Middlesex                                L ON D Price Twopence From DECEMBER to T U E S D A Sold by in JPacernofteTrow j where Advertifemsncs and THIS are pf fmnar are alfo tri Ftett ftreet BROWN at the of ihe Strand ifok bottom of vX the Corner of Charrngcrofs New Bdivdftreet and NO WHERE ih and tfaofe who chvife to be regularly ferved with r MfeAftAy 6ppofite JDunflsnj Sti Charfifgcrpfsi DECEMBER From the L Ott DO N DECEMBER HIS day was received from Commander of his Majeftys fhip arrived at Plymouth the 9th in 70 clays from Port the following account of the execution of his comraiflibn to receive the poffeffion of Falklands Ontheewoing of the of arrived at Port with bis Majeftys Frigate the Hound and Florida under his The next feeing Spanish colours and troops on fhore at the fettlement formerly held by the he fent a Lieutenant to know if any officer was there on his Cathoiick empowered to make reftUutibn of pofleffion to agreeable to the orders of his Court for that duplicates of which he had to deliver to fuch He was that Pon Francifco de a Lieutenant the Royal Artillery of was ftlrnifhed with full and ready the Don Francifco foon after came onboard the Juno when Stott delivered to him his Cathoiick Majeftys They then into lit nation of the fettlement and ftoves adjofted the forms reftitation and reception of the poffeflion j inftru for which were and reciprocal lyMfelr On the i6th of followed by a party of and received by the Spanish who formally re ftofed hint Falklands Port its and other giving him the Dof feiTttn his Majeffy had before theioth of June 3770 on wbkfrhe cauied his Majellys colours to be and took pofleflion The day Don with all the troops and fubjecls of the King of departed in a fchoaner which they had with them This day Robert had honour to kjfs the Kings on being appointed his Majdtys Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to her Imperial Majefty the prefs of of a King of Amis othe pSsof the name of Glou s Gery Ceffikaiefty has been pleafed to grant and confirm the office of Clerk of the Letters Patent in the Court of Chancery unto Jofeph Cocks aud Valentine Henry themfelves at an their Infl arrived the Mails from France and W zv The 9th an order was ifiuedfor alV the mea and of even prfenr therein to give m their n siacs of and Ration in This i inW aopolnts one and hut threodays to occafiorvect rreat ilKbnlcr nnri the Ruffian Mrni received the following account of the epeations of Count Romanzowi army frota ytefa The day before a courier Count with luvtng difcnvcred that the different corps of Oitoman troops were uniting themfelves and and cm the right llde probably to finiOi the campaign by one bold before they left the as is cuftorn With this the Grand Vizir had ordered the Seraikier Mouffon Oglow to attack the corps of Ruffian troops in and to imke hunlelt Bialter of that whilft he tlie Vizir would remain near TJabadagh with part of and two corps of troops ftrongly one the caflle of and the other near under die command of Abdi Count to keep off all the enemies and asietly to enter his whiter feveral all of which were attended with the greatfti fnccefv and what is very extraordinary they were all bfooght to bear at the The loth of Major Weiinan attacked and Major Miloradowiu attacked and after having forced the two i re they made themfelves matters of the two towns and where tliey found a great 1 quantity of and idl the baggage of the two Turkifh The fol fcwing night Weifinaa marched toward Baba where the Vizir Seliftar Mahomet Pacha had a great quantity of f L t A towards intending to ilrivfi the from At the departureof the General Rojman zow received the agreeable news that Eflen had totally defeated the anny of Moudon that thenpurfuing and that he had taken all their bag gage Mrmfter fromthe Empreis of Ruflin tothis hasjuft received an exprefs fiom Baron de Ambaflader from RuiTm at the following advicesfroni Field Marfhal Count at thetfvinip of On the 31 ft of OSobeiLUutv Eflen engaged with fo much advantage in ef a cbnfiderable body of the troops commanded by the Serafkier foun Oglou tlut the enemy loft upen this occafion near 2000 who were who were taken An im menfe 10 14 pieces of cann6n fell into the hands of the who in pur faing the reft of the enemys which was took 30 more pieces of and obliged aooo men to lay down their and furrender them felves prifoners of coufequences of this victory was the which the Rufiians took poflefllon of tae where they found a great quantity of cannon and feveral maga zineswell Berlint Letters from Warfaw that Marflial Pulawiki has been beaten by who has fct a price of ducats upon his The Duke of arrived here the day before went to Sir Horace but refufed the honours to have been paid His Royal Higlmsfs will fct out on the S5th for where he ftay four or five 5 r P N E vy Wind morf part of lie After the different Turkifh the Grand be who came to his heattacked him out of hrs the town and calHc of and Vizir fled by the road toBV in the mountAim General taking advantage of the fent more than 50 pieces of cannon on the fituated 30 miles from thence oi the went the ijd of with his Mnjertys fhips Seaforti and the Larkin Stokes Royai for HaftIndia for the Grt mdes for Kins for Jamaica Page Jordain and for Virginia Two forPortfmouth and for Arrived and failed for the his the jane an i from Maryland from Jamaica 5 from Prit Wirwi bloiws river hisMajtflys fhjp M of the o are preparing t A sen Paflfef Jby from Mogaaore from Rotterdam and Lady Gape iium ARRIVALSat the j Terra from at from at from from at from Two fronv at from at frorji from the from at from at Jane and from the fynn ac ironr at from at from from at Charming from at at from at from at On Saturday about a quarter pift twelve her Koyuf Highnds the Princefs of Brunf arrived from in psrfecl His Serene Highnefs the Prince is not rxpeSed till morning her Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Brunfvick paid a vifit to their Majefties at the Queens On Friday his Excellency Count de the Sardinian had the honour of prefenting bine difpntches lately received from the Court of Turin to his at the Queens mention his Sardinian entirely reco vered from his We hear that Sir Gilbert Elliot is fhortlyto be created a by the title of Lord The Caiysfort man of is arrived at Corke from The from Virginia to ftruck on fome rocks off the mouth of and went to Seven of thepeople were Eight inindred barrels of tar are Afhipfrom Carolina to Liverpool on the z8th near and all the people except the Between the yth and 8th inftant veffel was caft away near and all the people The from BoAon to totally loft near They from that a large French tranfport had lately been fhipwrecked in the Gulph of on board of which were difcovered a large quantity of two thoufand and divers other1 articles calculated for trading with tBe Indian By authentic letters from Paris we that the French on the ifland o Mauritius have lately made a difcovery that deferves the attention of com mercial part of the world it has been found that tKe beautiful fcarlet cSled by the eaftern natidhJ is made from of the plant tnr cub or the Gape fpeeimen oP which was braught to England feme years Cvtceby Capt an3 may now be feen in the Princefs of Waless garden at and in thegreen honfes of fome curious On Tuelday laft the eleclion of a Col at the Office of the Society for ment of and in tlie room of when firookftjaok was by a great were can AtJiins command bf his floop Scorpion at in the roprh of Clerke is appointed to the command of his Majeftys hip of at in the room of Efq is appointed Collector of the Cuftoius at the port of It was obferved that Garrickwas in the orchef tra on Saturday in the laft to vievj tlie new perfonner Crofrs but ftaid only a very flioit while a gentleman in the p t fpoke to a friend who fat next loud enough for Garrick to You the manager has hisbelly fuli in a fevy minutes how ktippy then are wetbat have been examined thefe two hours We informed that the travelling mountebank njeutionetl in this paper laft who infeits all ths neighbouriag towns and of this rrfetrbpolis with his quack medicines has eluded the vigilance of themagiftra cy of the county of by being conftaivtly in aud not performing more tliah once or twice at the fawe place 5 he lately exhibited at Mile when fent to Juftlce Sherwood at who immediately difpatched fome people apprehend but fo quick was the upon difcovering keeps a harp look that in an irritant his pahtomime Itage was converted into a grand carriage aadfour the Doctor fitting jn itat his Harlequin his and his his footiflan behind pint this ftate he was brought befbie the aboVe magiftrates and waiting purpofe he behaved with great pelitenefsj protnifed no more to exhibit in the Tower and was evening as Eacfcney COSCTJ ran and mattered DnFriday about ten a fire pejied at a perukemakers in Great which burnt the upper part of that firemen who attended that dirty were fuddenly on their retuFfl home on the Saturday oclock they dif covered that another fire had jidt broke out at a coachmakers in Little on which they immediately broke open the door with their implements and went to the family being all afliep fome employed themfelves in extinguifti jng the while othersbrought the family down ttairs on their alraoft fuffocated Had not tlve firemen luckilybbferved in all probability the whole family would have perimed in their Yefterday the ferryboat coming to from the oppofitc was overfet by a coining up when the ferryman was on Saturday John of the 3d regiment of was tried before a general CourtMartial at the for defjrtiiiij three times from that and 18 times into feveral marching he no to chargeslaid an was condemned to be fhot fome day this if not pardoned byhis Ma Jatatj rf PortugaliftMset EiatoJ in to furreoderthe iSth and 3ift st five in the at John In Coteman Allifon of intHe paiim Sfpneyr i r to furrender the 2ift a8fh at ten inthe of at thi MtJC kinfon and Days appbioted for triiktiig the Baijfcrttptj t Eftates to of Eon3ori iiietehanti tfie of itt tHe at late of the city of houfeear punter j tfee gth of at fouris the at the inHighilieet in tKe Ifaac now or Jgiebf tfe fJiWfli 3f otherwifc in the jth of at ten in the at London FINAL William of Mary le in car pentcr the 7th of at four in the at Gertificatei to be dllowed to Randolph in tinman oA or before the 4th of John of in nnfter ant marieer on or before the 4th of JohnAicamj late of in inn holder on or before the of John late of ihe panih of Hanover in carpenter on or before the Farro de of merchant on or before ihe 4th of LIST of R I Z E dfavvn on Saturdays Prize of 2000 Prize of 5731 Prizes of 40117 Prizes of each 236791352 10625 Prises of 2oh each 22756 5661 7059 30570 9347 1441 24125 22021 45844 12702 4031 8455 Zbiaet 45596 6082 21882 J3898 21475 29710 29254 46593 46848 45342 12211 1528 31413 41 156 14610 9165 22784 338r5 25711 16338 10007 15023 34328 43961 45216 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while he washout a hunting that and expired fhort time after he was carried At Lieutenant and Richard wholefale cheefemonger in Near in At the Canon of Rector of Vicar of Mickle At At in William at his apartments at SamtKl of in the of in haberdafher j to fur rcnier the lift and ift ten in the and 25th of at four in the at 32918 37 6800 40999 23453 3562 30703 13009 16472 5551 V23 24911 13741 32478 i357 20132 25633 25227 42999 39050 508641045 40738 12502 49774 49196 15812 28320 39706 33002 38672 190 22919 46802 13916 43661 47459 10714 40685 47481 37655 25196 20645 23226 26862 31692 19389 14848 20385 39334 10617 49440 40522 9820 49025 30959 12377 646 21250 18528 10739 30989 11605 32056 18207 46694 10681 27437 23504 175 47189 l 29527 in 19285 8239 8880 30399 59J4 5991 43647 270 46872 16787 13430 38196 34182 29859 26175 13880 3592 40356 11487 14443 36009 8959 24096 8286 727 42333 18590 12589 30724 2001 13683 16571 23489 25637 14225 6673 41681 11782 21393 24052 25529 14084 4jJj 24578 38956 48023 14305 joz T147 3611 10917 4977 25512 8466 40702 46856 1990 2866 43933 31048 24531 44917 48051 4352 1433 10121 47135 11078 34470 24499 17358 J33 15076 16377 34497 547 947 26772 1991 17071 38897 1083025015 2353 615 37212 25431 47861 13452 26897 37726 11447 31817 42132 23011 107 43179 43973 16276 24915 31 lo 44786 33274 31401 42886 18412 42641 33973 38247 4261 31209 40018 25063 14165 29159 26167 Ir46 19594 23443 15873 3399 36927 3775 94Sf2 105M 3927 20268 27843 359 30680 19033 13939 34593 26652 6037 15392 42975 34864 27280 N RIVER QTICE is That a Meeting of the Truftees for the River Lee will be by ad at the Bell Inn at on Friday tlie loth day of December at ten oclock in the Clerk to the WHEREAS GEORGE of in the county of on the day of affigned all his eftate and unto Robert bf and Robert of StQckppft for the benefit of all the faid George Ellifons creditors who tha deed ofafhgnment on or before Old Candlemasday NOTICE is htrcby That thq faid deerTof sfiighment is rjpw in t Robert ia Stocbpoa in executed bythe faid creHitors a to leave an account of their with the faid Robert And all tbofe execute chfcrfaid deed of alignment thj will be exdudtd the bcnefit of undor And all perfons indebted unfo the faid are retjuirid forthwith to pay their faid RdberbEHifun who will make a dividend o at the WhiteLion Inn in Stockpprt fcid Old   

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