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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 18, 1780, London, Middlesex                                rice From TUESDAY i8 ct DAY JANUARY dnftbill January fo the and Freekbldtrf of tbt Ceuaty Rowland High Sheriff of the County of Kavingrefuied call a Meeting on theapplication of many respectable perfons of I think it my duty to requeit you to meet at the Seffions in the to wo of on the 24th at s The propofed Meeting to confider of a tion to comprehending great ob and in conjunction other to pray for a reform in the and the abolition of a kiefs andemqia whereby the forbjecTs of this be tefedfrom the burthen of tmnecefiary and feme advantage be fecured towards main freedom and Independence of I truft there can be no doabt of a numerous and refpeftable upon an otcafion fo njghly interetting to every I have the honour to with the higheft Your faithfu 1 Acd obliged humble UPPER HAVING received the following Let Kfotoerif tftbt Cetnty of Mians Ja S J nuary We take liberty of requeuing as Sheriff of the county of to cftH a neet ing of the and Freeholders of the faid to confi der of an application to Parliament on the prefentfitaatiou of national with a view of cooperating with fuch other ci or other public as may concert meafares for a reform in the expenditure of public and for refcinding and abo liming all ufineceffary places and unmerited for relief of the diftreffed people oif this now labouring under a variety of enormous and onneceilary We beg leave to reprefent to that Fri the a i ft day of January twelve at in oar be a proper day for foch if not incon venient to BEN BOND ATWOOD WIG JOHN RfCHARU CARPENTER ROBERT ROBERT CLAY OSEPH 1 HUMAS OHN SMITH AMES In confequcnce of the above requisition from ib many perfons of the firil dittinclion in the I hereby give notice that a Meeting will be held of the and on Friday the ztft of at twelve at JAMES This day were price LESSONS in ELOCUTION Mif telUiKOcs in Prefe and felefled run thtsbeft for the paufolof perfons aftd the of youth in readi g and v WILLIAM O T Teasher in Rtftftlefc eloquence Wielded at will the fierce Shook th and fiJnvnd cwrr Greece To and piihted or and Md by tht Compiler atfo by Edinburgh and Pater C O R K W A L L and To be S O L In L O T On Monday the lift day of February and the foHow IM at the King Arms at unlefs fconerdifpoftd of by pilvate of which notice ei ill be 8 THE Barton of and feveral Farms and in Gates and Stephens next Salt now or the of Tin mas Herritig anf Mr or as fhall be agreed of the Manor or therwifa Mod of facial now or tate in the feverz iKMtinjs of Ruby Thomas and Tte pepetual joint prefentatipn to the reCory of Botes the prefent incumbent is far advanced in Several in 3rd near Little Penny the New Hoo Old Mill Stonehoufe the OL Kent and Winpole ftrtetin Py ntvv or tate in the holdings of Bate Mr Olver of the cfcarity Alexairfcr Frncis Peter Sarah Benjamin John Robert Richard Samuel Riihard Naval Bink C and near wifh the and grouni thereto the ppfieflit n cf the pitfentt fubjeft to a life intereft therein of fcerfelt and her For ply to Johns and Leach m H Cletnenis 17 T I M BE R To S O L NINE Hundred and Seven moft ly6t VeiFels of large burthen the for and As alfo 17 good Urge found and well growtAfh and 13 Sycaijio for calendvn now landing In the townfhip o within the psrigr H in of wittijii mile where Tfcic of large borthen liewith great The irees tti be Ihewahy John of dreenfield Hallj r further parriculMs apply to who improperly authorized to treat lor This arWrtifement will be continued 14 from the and rto tin Prio ter tf tbr tondon elveniajj inbttliteifc efiGrjit ufeit ayiry m tbod t6 tbt cfepeAdirit on the wat that of S I IT has been thrown out in the and has gained an tinivtffett cmfint tanA that wrfetched paid with the pub lic tc write away the liberties of the peo the and appear above but the ntylct work under Amongft none has dared fo far as in the Morning Chronicle of the 15 h Alas had thefe moles but they would lee thcmfelvcs ntit only enemies of the bot of tbtmjtlvet and their psjltriiy J or be not tired for the makes no differ ence as to any obfervations I hall hereafter As fbme imall excvfe for would bcfc that he is hired and if he he what epithet oughi to be applied to the hirers fevtrer than to the hirers of the and if he be not I am if he alk his fwn it will tell he is one of the tnoft dijjnterefted eaemies of his that in ink he is only a candidate for a flact he is an Exglijbmaw Perhaps he was born a and is reconciled fo fetters But fliall fpeak lor ing in what a butcher would that two gentlemen of liberal bad met in open and hazarded cheir lives perhaps eternal happinefs in an attempt to etn brue their hands in each others goes on and pity it that as well as canno be rreferved Jroruthe virulent invafion of proieflfedty but really interdtcd ihe members of by flaming are daily and hourly delhoying the weakening the and as much as they trie cf this Their like a rapid fpreads through all ranks of mifLads the who cannot judge for eticoumges the the Catiline of the who are ever ready to fan the flame of and to chcnfti the feeds of to God the whole who is hereby injured could rife as one and call the whole band of political to as juft an account at the place of as theJr great Captain and ringleader has been obliged to give in the field of I make very few observations on an abter niay enlarge on the I would what kind of check or reftraint are the Minorityon iKe by dint of carry every refohition they think fit for or felf as eifedually as if the Minority never or badficeded all this oblcqqy and filth hrowr on a et of whofe h been faint and keep the placemans bladder yet little full bOvvn Tee 1 the day of retribution is mult it is atiti laft gaff But hear AlrNightv jyoutd bring abwut a genfral Jfene efikttrder ttefolalionjbrougrwHt ibis feua the whole by which means the would and call all the whole band of political meaning the to as iuft an accpunt at the plait of as tKeir great Captain had been obliged to give in the fiVci of I fear have a marble beartt coldand inienfible to mankind i forry to you amonglt the MMahones FtlHti but fuppofe you could have your wifh would it rtot prove the ruin ef you and your party I verily btlieve as I laid you may not be an and therefore I will inform that this go vernment and mult be It huilt op by the Whigs at the Revpluuon in on the ruins of the Tory and though by fpme at and Whigs ruined Tories unnatural metarnorpboiu as the price of their and countenance and favour the royal maaaru yet were they tried in Afflictions fevere along with their mwtifictnt thuik would not and all your defert perhaps poinarJ him in the back Of I as fully as that ihe Whigs would bleed and die at fitting for tbtconjtitution Not for and fuch like and up the lift of the and by an unaccountable ftyepfe of are ronu become the only re fervair I SarpfiSng andlnconteftible truth feared trad commerce are and prodoce Of the ground fo de that the farmersmuftallbe what nuill the nobility and gentry confcqTiejidly fail into truths written a beam TJhough a cer tain in a certain a gauzej ignorance furely he Sometimes fouefe cends te conrerftf with beings of a order than placemen The the er the ihechanit 1 V Blit harkl the grivfling tbunZer of tie North Fit refpdnfe to the impious wifees of B V whofe grievances ha Ve been all n and tfieir taxied to diijpfove tae itttile iofirioations of conrtSte V Ntt of bAttfoi at tbt purer of etceattion God forbid But in general and coutwy looking up with gratitude and the Minorities in both fully and firmly refolved to fupport is all lawfitl meafttres and to that Rating their like men ivbo lave the and irryingthero to zproper they and tbty bg though eifiiitacy and corruption ftr a refufe to The prefent an momentous erifii If the throughout tbt do nut follow fteps of the county of and evidence that the Minority in both Houfes have the hearts and confidence of the majority of tbe rhe conieqnence will be dreadful The Miniltry wili be mare firmly eftablifhed in their whicfa is they wiih or defire and the empire further rint and ttro in pieces I January From tbe LONDON GAZETTE of This day being kept as the anniverfary of her there was a very numerous and fplendid appearance of the foreign and other perfns to compliment their Majefties upon The guns in the Park and at ihe Towrf fired at There was a ball Ht Coortin the illumina On the 201 h of la ft montti the Porte appointed Pifhaw of to the vacant Pathawlick of with permiffion to hold them to refide at as he fhall think On the zzd the Captain with the Ottoman ar rived from and paid the fame day a viftt to the Vizir on the 25th he nTade his public and paid his to the Grand by whom he was moll graciouily Letters from Buffora of the of October give an that letters from Surat of the 24th of June that affairs in India are in a favourable and no French Cfuifrrs had made their appearance to interrupt the Engliftr Their and the royal family returned from Montcallier to for the winter on Tuefday The fame day the Count de Perronwas made a Kjiight of the Order of the and declared Secretary of L O N D O Yefferday her entered into the 37th of her The Princefs received the compliments of the nobility yeilerday in her own in honour of her Mnjcitys birth Tfe Prince of Wales and Bilhop of Ofnaburgh were ac the There will be no drawing room to The in their feemed tot vie wih rach other in elegance their attire chitfly con filled of flight with fur and lace trimmiugsj and othfcr fuptrb The Drawing room was rather but not fo fpcndid as it has been of late years on a fimilar chough feveral of the Nobility wore diamond ribbon liOrd Storrnont wa one of the molt loaded with rich bfriaments of this Se veral of the as had beautiful was plainly is always the cile on her and wore earrings and of emeralds in itead of The ball which from its fhabbinefs has for fbme yearspall been a difgrace 10 has been new the chandeliers have all been the benches new and fuch repairs as ferve to rencer it a more decent aflembly room than tho it is yet far from being equal to many in the petty country towas of the At a quarter paft ue Prince of Wales and Bifhop of Ofnaburgh entered the and foon after wards their Majetftes appeared ihe Ball was opeaed by the Prince of Wales and the Dutchefs of Athol tie Prince next danced with Lady Augulla Tbe Biflvp of Ofnaburgh danced firil with lady afterwards with Lady Amelia The Duke of the Marquis Lord Lord and Lord Lewifham Lady tbe Earicjf Suffolks Lord Lady Anna Maria arid feveral The minuets continued till near Their Majefties retired after one country bu h company continued daning till one in the morning a circumftance altogether It from the complexion of Bucking ham that Smelts zeal has outrun his in his lare fpcech at The King at firft was delighted with Spirit j bac fome his mtrefagacious friends condemn it Heta call him disclaim his doctrines as injudicious and ill and afeufe him tp fife a for letting the tjtt out of It is certain that his reception often frooi what he expecled and is tftat feisprefcace in future wiiL be dif It ir that 3000 troops are ordered to be embarked early in the month next for at the particular reqaeft of General he having received certain advice that the Congrefs are meditating an attack on that place with nndsr th6command of General The High Sheriff of the county of Gloucefler havilng refufed caM a meeting of that ieveral noblemen and gentlemen have advertifed a meeting among many other refpectable are thole of George Sir William Sir William The Chaftel La a French bound frjMn Guadaloupe to Bour is by the Patrick and carried The Garde from Antigua to New with is taken by tlie Wild Cat pri and Tent to The Alcantara del Capcarn Jo feph a Spanila privateer of 20 out at and bound to the Havan is taken by the Grafton man of one of Admiral Parkers and fenc irro The Three Newfoundland to is taken by a Spanifh and carried into ihe Willing from New to is taken and carried into Cadiz by a Spiniih Tne William and Captain bound from Lilbon to laden with wine and is takifn b a French and carried into Havre de The from New foundland to a is taken by the Black Lion American and fent to Newbury in New The from Leghorn to is taken by a French and car ried into Yefterday the Lord Mayor made an order to continue the price of bread as A few days ago was committed to Glojcefrer wife of Charles of BJakc in that againll whorn a bill of diftment was at lalt Lent for the wilful murder of John who with ievcrai others forced a way into her dwelling hoju ia the to imprefs her Jofeph of to be Receiver Geneial for TnefiLy William of toMik Patty of Sufanna EfqjMajor in the 8pth regiment of to Mifs only daughter of Kfq of niece to the late David The fame brother of Sir Joha Baru LO Mifs Diid A few days at in Saturday at James in relict ot Archibald at widow of Captain at Sir John by his dath the title becomes in The lame Brsmner of irj the mufic JACOB DENTIST to QUEKN and PRINCESS takes the liberty of recommending to the Gen and public in his ESSENCE of and PEARL which have been proved by long experience to be infi nitely more efficacious for the ceeth and than any thing yet difcovercd they prefcrve the even to old render them white and without impairing the faflen fuch as are loof prevent thofe that are bad from further render the brearh delicately and cure the with all other complaints to wiiich the teeth and gums are Soid wholefale aud retale by in and retale by Leaden hall Price Hemet cannot be refponfible for what is fold AS his eflence and by any other perfon hi HIGH WATER at LONDON Friday Mom in 40 alter a Afternoon i 3 Saturday Morning 3 Afternoon 39 ML t   

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