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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 11, 1771, London, Middlesex rfM I A 11C L O N D O Price Twopence From T H U R S D APRIL S A T U R D A Sold by BL at in where Advertifements and Letters of Intelligence are taken in and where thole vho chufe to be regularly ferved with this to Articles of and Letters from are alforeceived by RICHAFDSON and at the Pxoval Exchange oppoike Dunftans Fleetftreet at the Corner of EfFexftreet in the Strand Fou RDR i N i the Corner of qharingcrofs New Bondftreet COOP in and NO WHERE APRIL COUNTRY HIS day the 51 ft regi ment are gone to em bark on board the tran fports in Catwater for April Sailed all the Trailf ports with the ibldiers for from Stokes The account in the London the Lord and Commoners of this city had agreed to prefent an addrefs of thanks to the Mayor of and Alderman is entirely without April Laft week feveral outrages were committed oy fbrue riotous who affrmbled at and other mar kets in and pi t an entire flop to the carrying of all kinds of even into the neighbouring either by land or Thurfday laft a party of the 3yth regi ment of in this fet out for ia order to quell feme riotwus pro eeedings among the weavers in that Yefterday an inhabitant of Stansfield near was committed to York on fufpicion of wilfully fhooting and killing a young maa in that SHIP April Wind Came down failed the for Carolina for for New York j and for Arrived this morning from the his Majeftya fhip Glafgow and remain with the Cruzer the Dutch and the from April Paft the Six from Hatiuj Three Ypuns Hendrkk Ruffin Vwo tagm J Stokes iYoune Two Youug Clatrfea j Sanlough Two Siftert aod from Greningen Dirk i Tennar Good Johnfon Young Rammons and from Embden 5 and Two from At Waterford S u Samp fon Handcock Id wards and from Poole Elizabeth and from Liver pool Gillj and from At Cork frorri Tax to be three fhillings in the inftead of four he likewife for to be allowed for the as there were 150 fhips in with frigates and Hoops he took notice of the difturbance and dif and of the order of the Houfe being dlf and a faction being raifed to throw every thing in hi paul a great compliment the of gave the greateft Notwithftanding they have of Lite crowded all their it is faid the patriotic party have made very little way however this is the lefs to be wondered as they fail with the North Wind full in their The Lorcf Chancellor has appointed Monday next to hear petitions in and at Lincolnsinn The Lord Chancellor will quit his houfe in and take pofleffion of the houfe in Great It was Itrongly reported yefterday about Weftminiler that Lord Bute had been feen in London on Monday laft We that according to the calculation of the celebrated who is appointed calculator to Lord North the Lord Mayor and Alderman Oliver will not be re leafed till the firing of the guns proclaim the prorogaion of this Seifion of All the men of war at the Nore and Black as well as are ordered to re pair with all poffible difpatch to the general rendezvous at It is thought the intention of ordering all the men of war to Spithead is for the general re view of the and that their Majelties purpofe to vifit Ponfmouth this a yateh being ordered to be got ready in the and to go round to that port to be in readinefs for trcir Yefterday the declarafton was made at the EaftIndia houfe of the numbers balloted for on Weduefday which are as follow ii O U S E Li I S 717 Sir James George Cum Holden George now actually engagj for that This circumftance ftiews his Excellencys departure to the Court of as mentioned in the public papers fome time is without A certain foreign General in the fer vice of an enterprising Monach on the conti has been in London lince Chnftmas laft faid to be ojily on a tour through Great Briutin be as it nothing worthy ob either in the or political modes of this efcape his penetration befides viliting our ntoft celebrated manu facturing he has been feen antecedent to hie arrival in as above at moft of our feapgrt ftjySns on the no doubt to infpeft rfce eewdition of thofc either for or defence a it generally adopted by all foreign when they to let nothing of moment efcape Yefterday was held atMerchantstaylors the Anniverfary Feaft of the London aftar an excellent fcnnon preached on the lion at Lawrences before the by the Right John Lord Rifnop of Peterborough when the at the Church and Hail ted to with legacies in thv L in the whole the fum of firit meeting of the rewibrmed Society of the Bill of Rights 15 to be i n at ihe London when Robert Efq is to be in the chair the Secretary having a IKW cue is then be Many dozens of dhulled at Spithead from the fea by the pnxcfs lately difcovered by afurgcon in the hive been fcnt to town to feveral gentlemen as which is allowed by all ho have feen and tailed it to be as clear as and as foft as Briitol It has however a little bituminous matter re which may be removed by expoling it to the air in a or other open veffel a few Laft rught as 709 717 after the breaking up of the court at Lord the two Secretaries of and the Earl of had a con ference with his Yefterday Charles and his new married lady were preferred to their Ma jeftiesat as were likewife Sir George Ofborne and his new married The Earl of is appointed Gover nor to the Prince of Wales Leonard Sub Governor Bimop of Preceptor and Sub The reft of his Royal Highnefsa houfhold is to be appointed in a few Houfs of Lords broke up yefterday about half p ft three Yefterday the Marketharborough road bill and the Bradford navigation bill were read a Iccond time in the Upper and com Yefterday the fecond reading of the Shoreham bill came according to in the Lower and a debate anfing it was then moved by Charks to have it put off for three months the houfe then and the numbers for putting it olf were and againft it The bill is committed lor in a Conmittce of the whole SirCharles Whitworth in the the budget was opened by Loid who ptopofed a he he was lure the people like the tickets to be at i a and ten per to be deducted out of the he in the bit many gentlemen loll by a they were old under par that the Seiiions with but that was all blown oil that we were ftill in a critical fituation wiih for we did not knew how oon we might have a war there but he the peace would laft a long and he a flu mi tfee if there was he would next morc for the Du Henry Robert John Joleph William 675 John John Frederick John 657 Thomas John 717 Henry 7 7 710 602 73 Edward 717 Daniel 715 John 715 Thofe marked thus are new Lift Scratciid Wiitten Bad votes Nineteen of the above gentlemen were in both The following gentlemen were only in the I Benjamin John and Richard Proprietors lift Charles William David George and George There was no balloting for the Proprietors lift except for thofe that were in the houfe Refore the laft Directors of the India company quitted their thsy appointed Rum bold governor of and he is preparing to fet out for that Sir Robert Fletcher is appointed by the Di rectors of the India to the fecond military command at The hit Letters from the Hagne that the report of the French troops coming into the Low to fnpply the place of the Imperial troops that have marched towards Au is entirely without for breaking and entering the houfe of in and ftealing five were call for traufporta and ten Rector of in in the Efq m New caitle upon Tync in Northampton in in Bufron Hetcher and in Cambridge ia Chelmsford Mr iu Leiceiler in Derby in Litchfield and Birmingham in Rochdale Sealy an 1 in Saliibury Worceftcr in Nouingham and Mansfield in Wolverhampton in Barpiky in Aberdeen in Yarmouth and in To be SOLD by On the On Monday the and the following By order of the executors of Y Lie of Marys in the county of THE LEASE of a final I compart newbuilt BRICK with anJ a neat GarjLii hid out in the mcdLrn abuundin fruit a Two IrmlI ail his penuine KufhokT Waning anl a of and Tli wi to on he infant ro tirne of tale Sunday exueioJ will bccin preciieiy to be hiH of the at fours V the White at of nd had it re Land may is To the Curious in R I H E New to his countryhoufe aad ne was attacked by two footpads near Leebridge one of E tall ftont endeavoured to take the horfes by the the other msde up to both armed with large horie piftols one of the horiea being reared and luckily one of his feet hit the fellows and his pillol went the other immediately fired but happily did no at that inftant Lubeck whipt his and got clear oft without being robbed or The above two fellows have robbed feveral people within thefe two It is fuppofed they are gentlemens fervants in the the houfe of Alderf open by three and the till robbed of upwards of in calh other things of value were alfo But being overheard by who keeps the Three Cups oppofite the faid and his they went down and attacked and feen red one of who proves to be a fellow who was lately difcharged out of One of the villains ftabbcd the fon in the or it is imagined the other two would have been Yefterday iS prifoners were tried at the Old three of whom were capitallv I Ornamental A PRINTING P i S S E fujerinr to ibr in been at and I r with the thcfe tljr ycjia unly of H Printer and his circjlatinp in near no where elfe in ii be Crowiis Jiciiy stfp to a it is worked in a public itKiit Tix hours in s ir i c is and may be worked by a At the fame plare be had Printing Types cf all Type p Bails and Ink to c mpkte the purchaler may have printed imme diately open that general if lihierve makxit compollng A groat number ct cnuntry bock fellers and other in maricct ii as well as have by printing parr to merchants who fend them Ihe oftiblifhid Liquid for Markirg of made and fold as above likuwifc the Elegiac for of Spcediy iuill le Li One Volume A NEW rcvifed and correiled by the ELEMENTS of the PR ACTICEof In T W O PART PART Containing the NATURAL HISTORY of the HUMAN PART The HISTORY and METHODS of Treating FEVERS and INTERNAL By GEORGE Of the Royal College of to Thomass and Reader on the of Phyfic in Printed for Pauls Where may be by the fame ELEMENTS of Acn ic TURK and i T price After many repeated applications from num bers of the Nobility and who have experienced the efficacy of the Medicine for the CURE of the BITE of MAD pre pared by William Efq of in he has now for the good of the to intrurt the fame to his WUliam and James in Berkeley where it may be had at The firit luting of the fuperior council of per with proper directions for its applica Poiticrs was held onthe gth of NotI and no where elie in withftanding the public were at fir it highly If kept diy it will retain its virtues for raged at the appointment of chefe new many years and the public are requefted to they hafe lioce received their in that every packet is lealed with feveral parts of with marks of Hillscbgt of and llgned by James batiorv Berry and is fold by appointment of the above The Spanifti we intends gentlemen by Chicheiter to pafs fhe fummer feafi n in the country about in York twenty miles from London a countryhoufe rs in Hull This day H E improved Cournoe and ComiVrt in Afhiclions and through gracicus ProfcnCL Inliuence of his liluflrsted in a FUNERAL at Tunbridgc on the of occa by the dcalh of Sarah rciicl of Richard of Mount Sion which was alfo preached at in on the death of Mifs Anne tr of the lihcaezer By WILLIAM J O H N T O M Prinud for A In Ortt large Volume price NEW FRENCH In TWO PARTS The FRENCH und ENGLISH the and R r NCH Several hundred Words not to be found in any of the Dictionaries hitherto Tha various Meanings of often explained by French and Englifli The Genders of aad ind the Conjugations of The Irregularities of the of To A FRENCH Shewing how to rorm the Regular Parts of By THOMAS LET ANY ILL Printed for Nourfe and in the This Dictionary ii much mon copious hitherto and euntakis near vac tkud fflor wotdi Uian Eojer ;