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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 24, 1771, London, Middlesex N Pricf Twopence From DECEMBER to Sjld by B LA it in Patsrnoftef row where Advertifements and Letters of fnteiguce taken ih itiJ where thole who chuJe to be THIS PAPERJ ere deiired Co of and Letters fnm ars alfo received by RICHARDSON and af the RoyalExchange in Fleetfttcet at the GorneV pf in the j the botum of Cliaringcrofi f the Corner of Charingcrofs in New Boudftrset and NO WHERE icrvec with Dun flans DECEMBER tle L O N D C X NOVEMBER from Mofcow is extremcly fa the fiiltewpfr being fo much that are Hipin opened in that and people abaut their bufmels as On Monday la ft Count de Envoy from the of Denmark to the Empreis of died Tfe King has been spoint Hfnry Sir and Oliver Kiq ta r with Mil ward Efq irt the room of Efq to be his Maieftys Commiiiloners Receipt and Management of the duties on His Majefty has been pleafed nrunto jofeph of in the of in und to Ins fljThis royal licence and authority to take hian1 them refpectively the furname ot Milner and alfo to bear the arms that were borne by Eftor Charles his A N From CarrickonSure t fcon Saturday during the heavy florin of 3 bat xm frjin was overfet near the Saturday night the Tkree of with for was IlrinJed in the bay of and the and two of the ids were 1 C O U NTRY N E W The George tfid from this port to with is on tlis Yorkihire rival here the after one of the beit paf fuges ever The I came with have b en remarkably On onr arrival we the in prdFrflion of tli2 and their colours fince i has delivered up to onr in agreeable to the except the cannon there but four ami ft ail which they have taken and fent to Biunos cli mate feems very and Here is a great plenty of as and vciy I an t 11 t ere is fod fifh in the and It is mw the of the year what the may I cannot in form I have hut time to in a Von may depend on hearing from rue the firll opportunity till T dear The gentleman who favoured us with the above I had one of the officers of the Juno who there were no more than feventecn men on the including the of ficer and that nil they Ut ivas ordy twelve elm boards and an The boards were in the to the water fiom the 10 that Vhiy were lei ir their The wore very and rmift have coit sro asrce ro rile carried by many rncnt fays a correfpondent is a native of and not related to the rebel afiaJTm who attempted the life of his Polifh On the lyth in the in very dark thcfhip Carol of Olcff bound from to laden with avid being cJf rcigh near Yarmouh in Luck upon the faid where fle now with her it is will be The cf is carried into baring been on more on the John of in in tiriluer ths iStll ot at tjn n in ihe ciy in ths cf Rjakff part of the cargo will be Letters fifim Carlifle that the Solivay lias now covered 1000 acres of the in the country that the Long town lriJe and Gretnftgrecn is enritely Ihcpocd by ami nonecan that but are obliged to crofs the river ik ii a The the Lord Mayer forthe prisoners in the fevsral gio of this City on Tutfday at the to 311 is fold to be more than ever was coileited tvjforeon tlv like In the miukets a very iurge quanlity cf provifions was Neither of thr or It is that a fuit is juftinftitKrecl ssraijift the executors of the late Lord Baltimores for the recover of ten thoufand acres in ranted venunjnt able 7 hundred bolts of new and flverd fuit of by the grandfather of late This grant has and likewife j never been chiinid fihce the year all which are vhen does this the Gazette account Tn Giving Stott the fame poiieflion his Majelty had before the icth hrofhip that is now four and others the At the Bvzrd of AdmiraUy fhs Rationing of the men of war out for Ihi n the dif dockyards uas and ere feritto ihc for cuvying the A fro on the Kin ae jali returned tion a re vc sat of her loading is There were four flels afhorc the fame b W YvVCHWrtrtJown and K with ihe lilpi as the Olteriv and GiariW for India lor Maryand j for j for tor for rnl i Me i Cudii fr i and for and the nfni Paifcd hy tlis xn AbVdesn and Maryland frorVi WdtaroiJ Kin We nel Thrci from Oroningen frtom and at th Ports from at at Conde du C from at from at at fioni at ar New irrt the ar Xing iVoni at loyal from Larcche ind at the ar rtn aii Mve trom irosii from at at anr at at tan at from a trom LK at from at at and from at ironi at trom ac frvni t at from at to priiuneri not ciclivvr them Extrafl of a Ictttr fro The kit letters from great advantages 1 ttcly have nl her The lre ArchbiJuvp of Dublin lef to Patricks hoijrltal for lunatics and founded by the late Den Veft a barbrrws to from for entering hu late knockiti Lp to itt cu to was discovered in n t a htuic in r1 that nnd in riij and hi ar the and Cr Rober of in the city of and Oi er ard the id of at ecu in the L Richard Sarriicl and both ef jnTiiif rs the c h of at five in nj at LIST of drawn of 10075 of 19567 43557 Frizes of each 6 37972 33763 2 4501 5598 18475 10207 1X046 45812 1486 1378 39274 it 3606 8X91 I038 3J457 32i 7502 t3 34C37 18721 4910 18476 2061 26556 30515 1195 3 47141 2 7 frt 2 7 i zc4ii ifi 1135 1522 I 25175 l Q77 24 2 451 11 i 41 ti1 Itonc 5V1 O N D O can slTare the meniriil has but ftut i tn n the j ii i to hoie her Inperial nore T clined heretofore to to jried j bringing ajoyt peace between u1 the Tlie letters from Vviriaw tri1 is ililf ccurined to his and wounds are conllaritly on the not yet able to appear in Thcie that cuCjlu Ircr3 fur a Concilium are a but not to points which a I infilt ujoi inierted in thfe raid kvtra of the Aligiltrats b that the Concilium is io near as was It is riretendcd great per of tne firft rank Polandcrs has Litely been fmt from to under a guard for what oltence is not yet It is likevvife reported that u detachment af Rullhn troop1 is kcrcty marchcd to in ro cendu51 the Prince Primate from thence hick again to j if throws fn me fiilpiciysi upon that Prelcite as one of the parties con ii the the c the Elector of Trevss arrived tiitre in ordLr to be a candidate for tliat h election for which is appointed to be on ifith of January intereltof abuvfnientionedEkftor is ftrongly efpoued upan occafion by the Court of At the clofe of the poll on laft for Coai for the Ward of the as fellow 93 John Walker 74 Bignel Potter 73 William Tapp 57 73 John Ewer 56 70 John Pavne 70 69 Anthony 65 Jofeph Chapman 67 John Brigs 45 66 John 4 64 John Graiunn 21 tcdmin iiui the He j in1 Torn wlio firnt proper i i in 6 2 3 C i I 4 v the r BK in Inch iLct lui ae i 14 y T i 41 24 7i 42 i J r 5 A 8 42343 wife of ered of at lladieM o in tu J of rluhitc Khn Eh j T of fo Mii J of Richard to Mils of i 6 iV4 l i T s j f v i o M I j 8 11 j o 2 Johri of to John Staveley Poihill Archer Partridge Saxoy Thomas Dcvertll IJemans Tonn Edward Barwirk fent oiifrciu to the Spaniih ciernandins a reJcafe of Engifh been at diifcreit times by Spaniili veileli Oil various from the fame authority we alfj that tljcre is not royal leapert town in which has not at this time a greater oileis wumVter of EnRliflvpriibners in clofe The above points rruiii fettled before the now between England Spain can be brought to any term isti The following xvhich cane by the A fcrutiny was demanded on behalf of the Court lilt but the candidates not being prepared with tluir the Wardmote was adjourned to thib On at the final clofe of the poll for Cheap the numbers were as fallow Patrick Cawdron Burford lately arrived frn Pert i Samuel Dales 109 Richard Biillow 105 Boddinlon joo Prelton 59 John JVLulnr Rober Sildiill 53 John Salt John Fuller 96 Nichaias At ient to a gentieinan in from one of the orHcers j the f took poilcJiion ot the dulv 91 75 43 34 ifi Grant cf of to a of the Ikme Ncai in by hio a r s At his houle at Ca late in the Eaft fndia Connanys At his hoive on Ed John malter At Gantang in o cbc RM the Couny cf SU F F O L of g ve e or ever to yjr llriics ie rT i John of L1 in Worilcndrarir i a to tiie ii anu7tii cr dt ia the c or at four in he ncar Altiham Ijtc of in of iiiiihoiier j tf the r r ai the lothof and Ath at in at ia Angel ihregaiorion Ttrec Lon 1 lae of in tSe DiriCn of le to A U L ind A Y T K A T A s 5 at A C A U L A rl A E VI A c H t s T r p enrfur the 28th and nth tf J t ten ui rhc and ot af of iy of ii rfii Of His S H U i iH O O i j 10 t 3 I it OvK5 hi fcjbiu Which tesdivs of riiri n oy tlu cc i f r dj in iHai 6vc in i it New in Ijthnt ot iv in Days spnoimsd fcr th DiviiiKiido cf Funkrupis 10 Jom of VvonJ j tile ot at five in the at Joha of n but tonmaker w a 5 tj i ii the at the dtud c in Lic bail in of jevv 5 tuK lyth ci ac New i ij ii j A i ev o nay hf had to J AT a nUTcr Genclfrnm ihis ic tin 01 Riv iTloi ot the PORT ij FALKLANDS I take the opportunity offending tirs bv his rinlnumsd gentlemen werj of the town f upun in j of the tnwj of Kingrtjn UJMJII AiveriiKiii is fct out fcr be j Fr of dc in the ntiw them and nfi u ths irKinjton upon to ailperfon 1 ui to tt if Biiiitj I nt rteniinnLi bnve srofe to the o ie N s p 01 tfia to hr dtiliVtrsi dii T0l die 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