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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 20, 1780, London, Middlesex TV r r V Pfke From THURSDAY July to SATURDAY JULY j J SOMERSETSHIRE J Meeting oftbis Committee will be bJJ at the Swan on Wedntfdav the zi r f i 1 m M of Auguft on wbeqe the member is earnejily reyutfad by twelve Sy OrJer of PHILIP Efti EDMUND th 1780 fail for the port of London as as jinc men of war could be pared to tbisvoy them to Eng Orders have been fent froni Admiralty to Plymouth for tw frigates to fail Ito cruize in the IriJh channel thearmed I force lately fitted out by the Water it is hoped will loon difperfe the have infefted to the grtat ir trade aid A letter from one of the moil capital houfes at toa correfportdent in J being per befides per year to thf principal f 1 a letter from Ferry Town9 in Galloway July i8Os compliance with the regueft of many gentlemen beg leavt to appoint a meeting o the Gentlemen 9 and at the in on the of Augiijl intbe affixeitfeekj at to eonfidef J is but we are forry to JLaft week was opened the found upon the cells of in which was a lone confifting of 10 ftoncs the upper and compofed each of fome inches chick j a fkIeton was found but Toon pulled to pieces by ihe country induced each to take a imagining that when covered with flefh ic was uruj weu of wdtmmfler is now under and wire work put on the to fave that much admired piece of antiquity from the many accidents to which ic is JiabJe from the caprice or defign of vicious was fought Un WednefJay morning a duel between a a a Lieutenant n g v v m w v after having ben taken and ranfomed by j Douglas originally molt part of ihe Black of for thdufand j Galloway the remains of his family feac arc ftill to be ffen on the river for county in the THOMAS WINSLOW THE Clergy 9 and Freeholders of the County of Kent are mojt earnejily dejired on Sunday evening at the mouihof the when pool Rawfon considered himfelf fffry and out of all He defended himtelf titfhe was dangeroufly ed in the feavirig part of his elbow ihoi and was thrown down the the which made the crew iocfeefre Was killed his mate uiot through the and One of his men when the hands The w H to engage their Votes and Interefts at this J Captairt of the after having ran Homed early as another General County Meeting 1 the ftripped poor Rawfon of rhe litele caih yaiU certainly be for the purpofe of naming I he his and all his wearing WANTS a a Man about thirty years of as bailiff or locker to any gentleman farme has no ohjeftion to go abroad has bten always ufcd to the above Can be well re A lijie to and left ac the bir of the Sara ecusHead Lon will be duly attended July IRISH LIFE Senefit of flE Subscribers to the Life fr 4 except he had on his ancl barbaroofly refuied to fuffer his furgeon to drefs hfs after Kc had allowed it to his ufing the diaboiical language to for having dared to defend and threatened to burn the with the crew in if he did not fubmic to fuch terms for as the vil We are iapprehenfive this priva teer has done inconceivable mischief ambng our colliers between this and of which we have yet rdcfeived no certain though it is this day rf the Boftoh frigae fell in with her on Monday and took but ac prefen we it is too good uews to prove Ireland In the year who are to bs paid in may receive half years due on the 24th of Jure at CoJlinibn and Tut in And alfo the fubfcribers to Life efta in Ireland in the year who are to be paid in may rece vo fc If a years due on the at the fame the iofljicg The firft clafs rn from the afth to the fcoih days from nine in until two in the The Cecond clafe In from the ift of Aaguil to the both days rd clafs in frosi the Sth of Auguft to the both davs in da the i5th ditio to the rt buh Thofc of each clafs icmaimng unpaid will be paid every Tiiurfday and Friday duriwj the fame The to be and a certificate of the of the It Is panieuUrly that upon the demife of any that the debentures may be delivered in as betrafifnirted to to render the lifts of deaths W city f I cannot comply with your order at on account chat our coaftsfwarm with privateers he Black Princefs privateer and her con fort joined with a fmail lugfail take every veflel which come in their by which oUr trade is greatly We have been for promifed three orfour frigates to proted oar but they are not yet and we are fitting ouc three armed veileis for the fecorityfif our 7 c Yefterday and this da five fail of Do mingo taken by the grand were fent one of them a mounting jg gads nhe others are houily expeftedv d lids of the nominees art rtady to be public are requeued te attend to the days allotted for khVpayment the ot The Ambufcade frigate came in here yefter cay from the whici is aii and the French fleet Itill in The Capu from Riga to sn by the and ranfomed for is 400 The Jamaica which are on their paflage to England are iniored at fifteen July H A letter from tf Every thing re lating to the trade of this kingdom is now a primary objeft to its inhabitants the trade few or none were the Sailed from the Nore his In Arrived the F ccmrnanded by Sir Bckerton and remains wuh ihe Con Flo Charon ahd Shark floops and Flying Fift His Majcilys Arrogartt is arrived ac Chatham to be The Perfeus is putoui exports of man uUftured goods it may j of and ordered into fore feem rather extraordinary how tthis J of 56 is receiving her and the export of could cotfnterbalance j and fitting for the cohitant aid enormcus drain of money from this kingdom to pay for foreign and the abfentces who fpend their ibcomea oat of The wonder will the foilowiog count of the total exports from this country for one taken on an average of the which ended the jift of December is fcen When it will be found their yearly at a moderate amounted as follovv Linen cloth valued at Wool r Corn and hams Lait Saturday a number of wag gens arrived at to convey a large quan tity of powder and other ammunition to the camp at Dan Laft Sunday was married at Chatham Commander of his toMifs daughter of Efq itorekeeper of his Majettys at this The Raleigh taken at Charles is a much larger veffVl than any hip of the fame rate in our fervice flie is fomewhat oner than I O X Imports and abfentees during that annualy to about Their Majefties do not gq to Danford Heath till Thurfday ciext th manceuvre of paffing the river will be repeated again oncd before that will reiihw the troops both in Jrydt Park and Jamess next previous to detachments marching from thbfe Advice was yeflerday received at the Genera Port that from Jamaica to taken after a chace of by the Lively Commodore the San pr z tnis pens fiom her keel having been finl laid down for a 64 bu a diflicuity arifiag in America to procure ftpres for flips of that ordered after her firft ribs were put to be finifhed as a The Belliqueux man of now fittirg out at is rigged with Spanifh cordage the tables are of fuch a that the hawfe have been obliged to be All the prizes taken by Admiral Gearys fleet are to be fent into Plymouth to be condem ned of 12 fix and four and 45 men apd the Harrifon with five other let ters of bound from in Ma to They were all fitted out by the the Captain of the Hilif borough was carried into Euftaua the 3d of Only four fail of Martinicomen which Ad miral Geary are in fared at A letter from Charles Town that fix fail of merchant ihips were loading there with wd fold twoperfons in that town are appointed age n ts The letter of marque brigamine Robeit bouad from London to and failed the 4th of June from the was fpoken all in latitude and on the 2ph of Six days after the Adventure he fell in with a French fleering a little to the eaitward of the Weihrn wai chafed by but being a remaikable fa ft got Upwards of 20 veffels belonging to Sunderland luve bten taken and carried into or ran within the fpace of three months fome of them in the Baltick and oihers The Lord Lieutenancy of which will foon be vacant by is one of the firft and other and would places ia the difpofal gf the the falary After a prerty long life employed ia tyrannizing over the inha bitants n the environs of his he is fup pofed to have been killed in a dncfl witli an Irilh who made a cicfcent upon Galloway fome hundred years ihe Lord Mayor and Governors of Bridewell and Bethlehem held their annual venifon fealt at Bridewell Hof 9 near Blackft iars Bridge the Governors 4 M A lent complimentary cards to feveral officers of and feveral officers doing duty in the to dine with Lord Lord Hillf Lord Dudley and Lord Am were among thofewho n Wednefdiv the following Aldermen dined the Lord Mayor at Shooters after holding the Court of Kirkman I and They wrice from Council have judged ic neccflary to nominate fix of the moil i luirrious perfons amongJl thj Patri to make fome important piopoiitions for the welfare of that Republick and afterwards to lay therh before the the PrefiJent of which is the Noble and whofe power and authority fixed for a whole The ob jefts of iheir deliberations are five in as follow What are the beft means of preventing the dearnefs of provifions of fixing them at a low price and of iupplying them plentifully at ail times How now catried fo great a piich in this may be and if there be no method of entirely retrenching How the greac number of Magiftrates may be and ibofe employed rendered of the fame If it be not poffible that fuch of the called the Council of when they retire fsom lhat may be provided with fome without the condition of having ferved a certain enteman in rhe an the Northampton when at his which was re turned in the The then and fettled ic to the fatisfadion of both The cccafian of the was owing to a Lieutenant L the fame mak ing conceflicn for his illiberal creacraent to which was fupported by and refented by Lord George Gordon is to be tadifled next term for conftrudlive under the claufe ia the adl of levying war againft thi The Counfel for the Crcwn labour to maintain that to the of Tuch a it is not neceflary to prove that the pri foner made ufe of the ar and operations cemrbon in wsr it will be their endeavour to in the language of that numbers fupplied the want of arms and that as he terrified it will be iutficirnt to prove rhe The two blacks who were had no tice of that till the convifts executed yefterday were taken out of the cells in order for execution they were coming out with their othsr unhappy expe2ing a lar Samuel executed W that the Grand 1 time fince a at car ried on a very greac traffic from thence to Hoi and ocher parts of His Majefty has been pleafed co during his royal the execution of Leuua Hoi of ftealing fosne the property of Earl daring the and demolifhng of his Lordships ho n v l J v they quit that Office uy oi J What r be neceffary to forma new plan for the education of youth in more eligibly manner than at pre fent The from has taken two and carried them ino the Weft Letters from Kitts char the firft fleet was to fail on the 2Oth of June from Sandy On Saturday laft ivas taken near Pool by the French rowboat that has been on that coalt for three weeks pail two floops and on Sunday Ihe cook another Tney wereall feen to be Wt She alfo chaced an A Student of the ttho was prefentat the Seffion on Margareta when the eleven prifoners were tried in one propofed a method which would at once have fnatched the unhappy prifoners from the unpre cedented danger of fuch a been the moft poignant ftrofce of faure on ihi Court as every by che Jaw of is em powered to challenge twenty Jurymen vifed the firft prifoner in the indittme t to chal lenge the firft and the the next twentyHad they purfued this they would have put a flop to the for there were not fo many Juries fumnioned for the trials as there tvere prifonersih that This of hfelf feryes to hew Hew illegal and unconfticucional ic was 10 include fc many in one for the law had not made provifioa for fo unexpefled an to MifaMary Peccr Juftice of to Mifs if The Jofeph at the to Mifs Ltrttfsof Winch otker which flu w uld have talicn had not the wind fprung up A letter from July Yefter four Welch floops were captured within rix leagu s cf by a fchooner of four guns and I 2 and a cutter of 20 guns in company two cf ihe vefFels were one for 60 and the for 100 Bank it is are come to a refolutjpn of having a guard of foldiers conitancly at the Bank kept to do duty there as ac the and have given orders for barracks to be buil en the infide of the walls for that pur On Monday at eleven oclock came on before Court Martial at the North the trial of an officer of the The prifoner was charged with neglefling to attend the lick being frequently and unable to prform his with quilting the regiment on ihe lalt on the march from Wii chefter ro Chat and frequently rippling alehoufes with leaving unpaid at former quarters 5thly and for behaving unlike a gentle man in drawing his ftvord upon a poll Francis Efq Adjutant of the Surrey tw carried on the and a nreit number of witnfefles were examined on the above and on in fupport of the On Weduefday the prifoner made his and according to advices received yefterday from the proceedings and fentence were im mediately to be fent to town for his M jellys On Wednefday fennight at a meeting of ihe Agnculcure Society at for the Eaft Riding of the County of York and County of a premium of five guineas was adjudged to of Beverley Efq for urning the largdt quantity of lime without and at thleall Alfo che like premium to William of for burning the largeit quantjcy of lime with the frnaUeit quantity of coal mixed with or any other By order of rhe Dean and the beau B r On his paffige to the Eaft only ion or che late John Efq of and brother to of at near Miis Otto cf Farly The fame Sheppard Efq of in at aged Richard Efq feuior Aldrman of tha Sun ac in Thoinaa Tne fame in a blind who had amaflcj he never i ailed fooi till when he commonly regal d himfelf with a fowl and a bowl of at the Rght Vffcountefs Tyrcohnel fhe xvaa che late q of iu Wed at near Chrirtopher Efq a The func at Theodore E q formerly a Turkey The fame day in Clerke aged formerlya wholefale NTiST JACGi nDivjc i i li i to UEEN and PKIMCESS takes the tha f liberty of recommending to the Gen and public in his ESSENCE of and PEARL DENTIFRICE which have been proved by long experience to be infi nitely more efficacious for the teeth and than any thing yt difcovertd they prcfcrve the even to old render them white and without impairing the faften fuch as are prevent chofe that are bad from further render the breath delicately and cure the with all ocher complaints u which the teeth and gums are Sold vvholefale and retale by per in Charingcrds and retaJe by Leaden Price iicrnet cannot bs refponfible for what is fold as his eifenceand by any other perfon in ac LON Sunday Morning Afrcrnocn 46 after Monday Morning 11 after Afternoor 40 after Morning 10 after Afternoor 46 6 6 7 7 8 3 i f
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