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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 19, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopence From T H U R S D to S R 0 A Sold by at in Patcrnolterrow where Adverdfemencs taken in where who ctmfe to be regularly fcnrtrd4with THIS are to Articles of and Letters from are allo received by and at the kpyalExchangej pppofite Dtioftanf in Fleetftreet at the Corner of in the Strand the bottom of the Corner of Charingcrofa io NO DECEMBER DECEMBER been voted to his Ma jefty fromthe 25111 of to the 35111 of 1773 that fo much of the produce of the duties arifing upon as hull amount tothe fum of fhall in the fir ft place be paid to tbe Truf 1ees of the herapen and linnen mauufaclurp in tins andfo much of the refidue or lad duties as fliail amount to the fum of fliall be placed to the account of his here ditary andthe refidue or furphis of produce thereof together with the further ad ditional duty of per for and upon ail forts of wines of the growth of France or and 3 per for and all wines of the growth of Portu and of per fpr and upon all other wines the additional duty of per pound for and upon all velvets and manufactures made ol or mixed with filk the additional duty of i per pound weight on hops the additional duty on japanned and ware the additional duty of per ton on vinegar the additional duty of per for and upon all aqua ftrong and fpirits the addi tional dutyof per for and upon all the duty of by the payable by every of cyder the faid duty of i per for and upon all cyder that hall be fold by retail the additional duty of upon every fourwheelea carriage the additional duty of per ton upon foapboilers wafte additional duty of per for and upon linen rags and the tax of in the pound on all profits of and penfions j be applied to pay an at the rate of per per for fuch part of thefum Of formerly borrowed at the rate of four per or fuch part thereof as hall remain unpaid on the i5th day of 1771 5 and to pay an intereft at the rate of io per for the remainder of the faid which was borrowed at the rate of per or fo much thereof as fliail remain unpaid on the 25th day of 1771 and Iikewife intereft not exceeding per per for fuch further fum or furas of not exceeding in the whole the fum of as fhall or may be from at from at Commodore from at from at from at from at ircm at Lane from at frroi Ne at from in thj at from at S from 3t M from at from N an at borrow tofupply deficiencies as may arifein nted this fcfflon of for pay en the of this fjr wo commencing the ill oi ending the sill of 1773 and for defraying the other neccirary expencei of Govern ment and that die furplus of faid duties be applied tmvards the payment of the faid principal That the tax of i per upon all herrings imported into this in the two years com mencing the 25th day of ending the 25th day of inclufive be paid to the Dublin tj be by them upuiicd to the encou ragement of the iiflicrieo in the of this Sunday a C city took his text from the I learned in hite therewith to be Oae of the congregation cried Thats a for I am fare you wim for a Bi C O U N T R Y N E W His Majdtys fhip and Wefel are this day paid and will fal for their to the coait of Guiney as foon as the wind An officer on board the Hound at Falklands writes thus to his frind hjie This place aboundc with wild we uve a great plenty of and abundance of s n I r M w Wind Arrived and failed for the the iVom Cvtms and the 1jr Simp acd for Arrived and the the man of GR tle arv fVom Stocklnvlni Hci bert Kin Willis and from Memel from olinfn William and Two MccMenburgh Evans and Ihree Embdei Score P i and fiom Haniburiitv j Maryland Virginia Prcthv n1 from Jaruija Yojrg and Yi ung frivn Shcp and Charming Ircm Norway London Two from Bouideiux and irhicefi from ARRIVALS a following Ports from at from off at Lou at the at at L D O N f a Icifcr frm Lai a in which the ace of royal aiTurances was the principal fubjecl whicli th Stutc took hro Orders of the and pcfiil iii tuii r no alteration in the Royal which was lately drawn un Ijy the Secret and approved by The ait of aiVunmce wnich was firne by tiic to which the Nobility conrbmtly contained in the of the the King could neither abr j oKi nor eltablifli nor impofe nor or make he Iikewife aid Di K K C at pvovnifvd ti dij every according to the feerns furRcicnt for the and lait comincs the oitlie its and at th fume time preicrves the the will not peiinit this law to be either retrained or extended and think intended new tct will dcftroy the equili by giving a weight to one which may prove fatal one tim or other to the happinefs of The main in which the Nobi lity JiiTents from tiic other is the making pr MiVJticfns to jrcat without any regard to but onlv ti the merit of his This though it is ceitainly is looked upon by tiii Nobility as an infringementof their In confequence of the reflation taken by the the and the on the 2oth their inllrument concerning the alDirances was ycllerdviy prefcnted to the figned by theirefpeftive zi iil of all from the and on feTeral of which large premiums had been as they were niiling arrived at Tiie Pi ink from 3 miffing is fafc arrived at The deemed alfo and a is arrived at La ft Sunday a cor veflel coming to th port of run down in the Swin by a Dutch and immediately and every foul on board penfluxi there were feveral arid children on The from Guyon to and a brig from tVr are both totally left on the back of the liie of Wight the crew and pafTengers At meeting held at the Townhall in on tiic iah of it was uuanimoufly agreed to a a I ircn Kendall to the Duke of at or near by the fe towns Qt Chor and Leigh and a fuofcription was entered into to defray the expence of a tlie amount of was upwards of This nobie by terminating at the Duke of IJrtvigewateri will open a communication to fUth fitpply a country of upwards of 60 with liat muchwanted lime i ManclKiKT will be ferved with lime at half the jric it irnv pays and that uleful is eqiuliv as much wanted from Chorlev to On night laft the Society for the en of and met at their great room in the in order to CDnfulei the propofal made them by relating to the execution of a new for the ue o the in the Adelphi when after a long it was agreed to give Adams one pounds and the annual fum of two hundred fcventy for tlie rent of an elegant which is to be conftructed according to a plan delivered in to the during the term of ninetyfour The direction of the execution of the above build ing is to be left tu ii Committee of the con fiiting of Lord and in conjunction with and Ir hiih wind on Sunday night laft blew down all iit jaft ereited on the new bridge near wjio bme ftw years fince made her efcapc from the Foibooth in where he was ciijitined for poifoniwg her was feenJail fennigltt by a particular acquaintance of the late at Calais ftic was drefled in blue and and wore a blue feathT in her Yefterday morning tallow near being delicus in a high jumped out of and going down but his foot as is at the 1 he fell and was killed on The mirfe hadnet from him above three Yefierday the Sheriffs to Newgate to view the body of convifted for robbing the who died the day before and it that he had taken fomething to put an end to his Laft Tuefday nighta fltopkcepers houfe was broke in Welbninftcr j the watchman obfeiving a fhutterto be taken away without giving the alarm went for aflUlance and on their return the thieves on theoutfide run in the hop was rmd we hear he lias turned and impeached a On Wednefday evening no lefs than eigntecrj houffbreakers anrl were apprehended by the Keeper of Tothillfields and other from Jultice at an alehoufe in There is faid to be Up wards of forty the were lodged in and in the The Thoiiias was on Monday laft to the vicarage of in the county of Southampton and diocefe void by the refignation of late Stamp of Charles to Mifs of Ken Robert Hiq of to ivlifs Elizabeth of Cle inint Efq to Mifs niece to on Stephen of the V to Mils of At his houfe in the Sarriuel late one of the Pre of the cathedral of Mary at At his houfe in Upper Robert At her hoafe in Jamess the Lady mother of At her houfe at relict of At his houfe in aged Thomas formerly an eminent taylor in At South the Thomas rector of Andrews at that and Town Clerk of At his feat at New Walter Efq one of the Aldermen of wife of iuiward m LIST of drawn Prize of 1083 Prizes of izoSi Frizes of each 40288 7508 43082 18298 19859 37294 11275 Prizes of each 8247 43263 12692 559 21267 6472 19078 13637 6166 2JJ3 21295 3744 30279 9740 6687 44767 18220 35220 10902 31691 0258 213 13201 20663 257X1 27001 18410 31993 287 30781 19779 17231 49026 37405 48726 9142 34639 27299 36919 6116 48487 2Zy93 7850 22390 1947 25945 14097 673 6s9 33728 49076 12664 41J59 22069 2873 46815 36922 34840 22483 25787 31247 16789 4774 34834 23779 35536 37154 6432 32966 6891 24787 1277 16635 27697 46036 28995 1194713169 26730 33324 15651 21356 42447 Ii653 11586 12359 38107 8011 15858 35163 4916 41071 33312 40409 17 34533 395 40501 9828 2172 33496 7839 30353 40632 8048 i7225 44733 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ftrongtfft of fny lias gained any hare of your efteenrj 36 ailuTcd it haH bemyiiu y to preferve it bjr bialTctj principles which in iiiamtnt a itridt adherence to tlufe I entitle me to your future I am the fmcereft Your much Arid molt liumhle N X E D at in toofScute Lefturpin the and ta Keep a Gramnvir profits between and a a proVpeft of improvement Any Gentleman whom this may wilhpleafe to Edward Efq at Lenryn or to James of Chades S T O L br Out of fome grounds near in the county of on Tuefday igth of November ADarkbrown about 13 hands with a fwitch a Jitfle white on one of the and moves the fame a darkbrown M A R 14 hands and a half with a cut rifins 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 fhal receive one guinea reward for1 and all reafonaBls WHEREAS GEORGE of in the couiuy of on the iStli day o affigned all his eftace and unto Robert cf and Robert of Stockport in for the benefit of ail die George Ellifons creditors who fhall execute the deed of aiTignmmt or before Old Candlemasday nexts NOTICE is hereby That the faid deed oi afilirnmint is now in the hanrTs Robert in Stockport in order tobs executed by the faid creditors who at the time of executing to leave an account of their reflective debts with the faid Robert And ail thofe who do not execute che faid deed of affignment within the time Ware will be excluded the benefit of any under And all perfons indented unto the faid George JEllifon are required forthwkh to pay their refperfive dftlifs to the faid Jlobert Ellifon who will make a dividend csf the at the WhitfcCohIiui in Stockport ofi faid Old Candtemasday To be SOLD by By WILLIAM In two diftind at the Upper KJhgs at the near on Monday thesid at one o THE following FREEHOLD ESTATE A good large and in good repair together with u hi tie more or of rine rich Lmeadow adjoining thereto fituate at the in the parifh of Lot Ten more or of rich meadow near Lot Tlie purchafers will be lett into poffeflion on pay men of thtir and conditions of may berhad of in StapleInn at the place of file j and of the faid William in Lawrence OAK TO be SOLD by Public at the Lion and Lamb at in on Wednefday the ith day of January the Isle to begin at twelve in three t O T 137 Oaks 1 40 large Elms i markcd the letter LOT 36 marked with the ettsr B L O T 85 Afh and 3 marked with the letter The aid Timber is now fet and very good fhip and to be fold by and may ba viewed at any before the For further apply to Robert at the laid Lion ur to Attorney at Farnham Conditicns wiii be proJuced at the timj of GENERAL DISPENSARY for the RELIEF of the initrutcd 1770 FOR Adminiilrifig Advice and Medicines a tht and at tlirir own P R E S I D L N Thi Rkht KOHOurabk the Ear oi V I C 1 R E S I b E N Lionel Kiq Thomas Efq A printed account of the and prs fent natc of this with a lilt of may had at the in ftiett by which the peculiar advantages and utility oi pla Number of Patients admitted 1077 Cured for no Dead Under cure 74J 34 fc i 1077 Donations and fubfcription sre by the roljowics lanci Hiinksy atul n thtRanfc MM Fiillor and WctJ cliand Cornhiilj lamest by J l Crtirn fquare j and 4 Y
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