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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 17, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence From T U E S D A to TH U R S D A DECEMBER to tsfcea iis j and tKcrfe chjife Sold by id Paternofterrow where Adyerrifemehw and Trtrs PAPSU Article of mud Letters from ire alfo by M in Fleetftreet in the j the Corner of Charing cro fs j m ITevy Bond fl reel j and NO WHERE dird at the RojfaKExdiatfge oppofite the bottom of Charuagcrtrfj DECEMBER from tie LONDON Y late the importa tisn of Englifh fait into Denmark has been again The duty laid upon it amounts to eight rixdollars per tontain ing twelve befides the ufual excife upon con On the i ft inftant the King of and the Princefs arrived here from The next day his went from hencfc to at vhfch place arrived foon after Prince con dacling the Queen Q and the Princefs Sophia her On the 4th his attended by his brother Prince returned hither Oranienbourg and a few hours after the Queen Dowager of with the Princefs her arrived in perfect health at the palace where they were received in the jnoft gracious and affecYiouate manner by his Pruffian who immediately introduced them to the Queen of and to the reft of the Royal A M E R I C 17 On Monday lail the Ge jteral Aiftmbly of this province met when Jofeph Efq was chofen Ben jamin Efq is appointed Agent for this prdvinca at the Ceurt of Great for the en fuing Though it was the general opi nion that from his liberality aad clofe at tendance on parliamentary muft have died very his on a clofer have turned out much more the whole of his effefts producing above Part of this hns ac cumulated in the feveral prefents which he received complimentary marks of his public C O T R Y N E W Ghu On the a fliockingacci den happened at near As tv ftone from a a large rock fell upon and killed them I N E W Arrived and Tailed for V and Pcrothy and ani with thj rr S for O by the anH from Jainsica from Virginia from Guernfey from at the following Ports John and M from New frm t a at at at in from at L O D O N Extratt of a Letter from a Englijlj Officer in of the Ewprsfi of dated His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter is fo recovered from his late dangerous as to be able to take the air every As foon as we arrived on the 3oth of Lift in a man of from the his Ilighnefs fent immediately to compliment our Count Theodore on his and on Sunday 1ift his Excellency with a His Highnefs came in A chariot with Ladv attended hy Major Sir John t c Balfour ajid and the Ruffian in this Their Excellencies Count Count ani General received his llighneis in the Lazaretto all the officers whu wore new uniforms en this occafion were prefciitfd to his Royal and feveral private foMiers of the guards were drawn up in as a to the Englifh His Highness converfed a confider able time with his Excellency Count and ferried greatly delighted with the appearance of the Ruffian Several brought from iflands in were ftiovvn to his which he feemed pleafed at the fight Afterwards Count Orlow caufed n fine Barbary borietobe exercifed before his which Ire greatly This creature was designed by a as a preent for the Grand one of the Ruffian fliips in a vefTel After his Rfcal High nefs was his Excellency Count Orlow fent him defiring his acceptance of the which his Highnefs gracioufly At dinner a gene ral toift by all the officers was to the health of Ws Royal Highnefs the Duke of and Count was exccedi at the mark of con defeenfion the Buke in paying this polite Extrafl of a fetter from be H Eavo E t aordinary from tfie Courts of Bo lately held a conference with the States in which he reprefented to that his rnafter the Elector having examined the new tariff eftublifhed by the States of found that it had a tendency te ruin entirely ths fugar refineries at and likewife toYecure to themfelves the commerce of the to the great his fubjects and therefore his Electoral in order to preferve the rights and intereft of his fub found hiuifelf obliged to confultthe neighbour ing Princes who have an intereft in that in order to find out fome means to do thernlelves juftice by makingreprifaisj and that his Electoral Higknefs hai accordingly thought proper to lay new duties upon which come from Holland into his It is not yet known the lifh this 3f the Eleilor The Freeholders Book for Middlcfex will be com pleated by the ift of January by order of the Sheriffs of London and and will then be depofited at the ufual According to the laft advices a had lately been made of an imrnenf treafure in one of the vaults of the tb the value of many millions which had been buried under ground fome hundred years by one of their former during the time of a popular The Prince from is fafe arrived in Shesrnefs without a maft and with only the and five men on board the remainder being warned over board in a ftorm the i4th By fundry letters from Carlifle this we are that the Solvray Mofs ftill continues to dif charge and that it has now covered 700 acres or more of fine holme land nlfo that the matter has now got into the and it is feared will the valuable falmon fifliery near L on There is romantic ftory fays a correfpondent that this Mofs came over from in in the reign of Edward as it has now nude its way to Sol way it is probable fays he that it is going back The meffenger at the who was appre hended on was butler to the Earl of Lei on whofe being appointed Pottmailer he provided for in the now 35 years has a wife and lev On Monday evening a who lias been em ployed as a man cook in a family of reputation eight was on the point of being delivered ofa ekild4n the RecciTnr of lioulc near The woman it wore breeches ever fince flie was eight of and is fo good a and fo great a favourite with the they have ordered her to be properly taken care ruid mean to continue her their On Saturday the houfeof in was broke and a quantify of to a ccnfi derable carried Yefterday morning fame villains broke into the mops cf two brokers in and Hole goods to the of about On night fome villains ftole above a hun dred weight of lead from the top of Blackfriars and cut ofralmoftall the leaden watercocks in that Monday morning fome into the fhop of a perk butcher in the New and iwept ail fa eh as Some time fmce he was robbed in like manner the thieves loaded a cart with the after which they drove off very de the watchmen fuppofing them to be of his own Yefterday of fell down in an apoplectic lit in the and expired imme Yeiterday the fon of in was ran over by a dray in that and killed on the the drayman was On Monday the DEwes by the BifhopofLirchneldand to the reclorics cf Pinxton and South Nqrmantoji in worth together upwards of per Silvefter of relicrof Scotch on of to Mirs Sxlly of Captain Richard to Mifs Mary Graccchurch At in William Efq Fellow of the Royal and of the Antiquarian Stewardof the Manorof Hitchin under the and many yeaiis chief Clerk of the Board cf At his apartments in Verney Edward Gent formerly be longing to his Majeftys faltofficei Af his apart hynts in Benjamin Alt his houfe in the At his lodgings in in the 2th year of his the John Captain of the Glory man of At his apartments fci Alexander Haya Scotch who was guide late Dukeef when in purfuitof the RebelsTn for which fervice he was allowed a gentejgl penfion during At his lioufe in William wife of bosk iu Charinfr At Nathaniel LIST of drawn Prize of 34534 Prizts of No 988041808 Prizes of 25649 39060 18449 79 i89S3 Prizes of each 17761 4414 34285 9465 11042 i8S5 18411 30470 8314 39534 33298 11470 13952 26930 451 135 49883 44811 44178 18838 8736 43pcr 46457 34472 36258 34449 25831 49169 l635 7x9 19839 19121 754S 3207 27816 11679 41636 36445 18554 36073 28777 74S6 24117 34511 14698 10679 ft22 225S5 36667 19540 53S 5io3 7941 5S37 39867 43345 49020 22926 43029 41249 2079 26293 10500 48590 15489 28303 i65iy 78 20373 425 iz 54i 43415 26724 47390 3 1 26826 42944 v 3593 33569 20991 11299 16892 44976 48491 1036S 357 7733 42247 1050447778 46876 46458 13810 37204 27077 11084 J75i 40916 11310 32539 2yi5 20459 6260 11628 15956 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atthe Saracens Head in in the city of Thomas late of in fkin ner the nth of at ten in the at the Buil and cf Man in Richard late of in the parifh of Dunftan in viclusller and innholder the 25th cf al in the at Certificate to be to a Richard of in the of Preft in John of Darcy in the faid manufacturers and merchants on or before the 7th of Featherj MEETING of the AT a General Meeting of the Clergy and the Gentlemen of the two of Civil Law and held here this a fourth General Meeting is appointed for Thirrfday the of January And on Wednefday the aid of the fame the Committee for confidering the proper method of introducing the Petitionto Parliament will meet at the fame at feven in the for finally fettling their Report to the General Such perfons as are rdifpofed to correfpond with the are defired to direct to the at the Feather Tavfern in the Propofalrfor an Application to Parliamdnf ar price by in Fleetftreet and in the Poultry in Pauls Ohurclr yard and in Ibis Day Price in By W E B Volumes and Printed for HI Ludgateftreet 5 in Churchyard at rhg Royai fcxcfanse and at Oxford Fletcher and at Cambridge and at The purchafers of the former volumes are icquefted tt complete their A of the third edition of Volume and may be had of any of the above t by the fame a Poem j inscribed to a Price An Okie to the xf Priwe T rWAN TED at A in Pri efts to officiate Lefturer in the and to keep a Grammar Schouithe certain profits are between arid 80 a wifli a good of Any Gentleman vhom this may will pleafe Edward Efq at Penryn or to of Charles or Out ef fome grounds near Dnd in cennty qf Wor on Tuefday niht the I9th of November A Darkbrown about 13 hands with a fwitch a little white on one of the hind arid moves the fame a dark brown 14bands and a half with a cut rifing fix years and a few grey hairs on her Whoever will give intelligence of one or both of the faid to William of Dudley fo 35 they may be fhall receive one guinea reward for and all reafonable the county of on the iSth day of alfigned all hisertata and effefts unto Robert of and Robert of Stockport in for the benefit cf all the faid Guorge Ellifons creditors who hall execute the deed of affignmcnt on or before Old Candlemasday next NOTICE is henhy That the deed of alignment is now in the hands of Robert in Srockport in order to be executed by the fjid creditors at the tims of executing to leave a account of their reTpeftive dshts with the ftid Robert And all thofe do not execute the faicl deed of amgnment within the time before will be excluded the benefit of any under And all perfons indebted unto the faid George are required forthwith to psy their debts to the faid Pvbbert Eilifon who vsiil make a dividend of the at the WhiteLion Inn in Stockport aforelaidj on the afore faid Qld Candlemasday M TO be SOLD by Public at the Lion and Lamb at in on Wednefday t 6 1 5th day of January the fale to begin at twelve in three L O T 127 larse Oaks 40 large Elms i marked wuh the letter A LOT 36 marked with the letter LOT 85 Am and 3 marked with the letter The faid Timber is now fet and very good hip and to be fold by view and may be viewed at any tinae before the For further particulars apply to Robert at the faid Lion and or to ac Conditions will be produced at rhe time of To be S O L AN fuuate in the feveral townfliips of Walpole Peters and Walpols in the county of Norfolk all that the Manor of and 430 acres of oas third whereof is and the remainder rich paflure divided info thrte farms and now lett on ierifs to three good arid ac feveral rents amounting to a and will bear a coofidernble advance at the exptraiort of the in which there is only four years to cun in and about nine in each of the others j with a gnod and other convenient buildings on each and an appurtenant right in three extcnfive neighbouring Ths eftate is fuhjtft only to faveral quit to 3 i 3 and is all freehold except ahout 130 copyhold with the manors of and uner a fine certain and very There is an outrent due to tlisfs ellatcs of For particulars apply to Dyneey and of Next Saturday ixlil be NUMBER Price wliich may be and if not ths money will be A DICTIONARY of the WORLD A GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION of the EARTH with an Hiftorical and Biographical Account of its principal from the earlier ages to the prefent In cluding whatever is molt ufefu in and moll intcrefting in Sacred and Profane The Geographical part by And Hiftorical and Biographical part by Printed for Carman and at in Pauls This work will be printed in the fame and as Chambers A containing three meets of letter will be publifhed price And continued resu larly every Saturday until the whole is which will be in one hundred making two This work has been fome years in and during that time has been frequently revifed and correfled fo that we hope it will be found far preferable to tlicfe hafty periodical publications which have been too often obtruded on the B O O K T CATALOGUE of upwards of Ten Thou fanfl Volumes of valuable and elegant containing the of RICHARD Efq Matter in Chancery WILLIAM Efq of Halftead in Efiix the ROBERT Xicar of Steple Afhton in Wiltmire the MAR Editor of Theocritus all lately deceafed and feveral othervaluable collections lately amongft wnich ar8nfta0y ofthetcarceft Booki of in various languages which will begin to be the loweft price printed to each article in the cata for ready money on the 1310 of and continue on fale till all are By W I LL I A M C A T E At oppolite m 1 Of may be had the full in for any Library or Parcel of CataUigues may be had of the following Bobf and all the principal Bookfellers in Eng and Ireland j New Bondty PailMall C baringCroft and without Paolns Churchyard at at the of x
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