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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 26, 1771, London, Middlesex 1Kb Price Twopence From DECEMBER fa to S A T Uf R D A DECEMBER Sold by in Paternqfterrow where Advertifenumts t Articles of rntelligence and Letters frorti Correfpai in Fleetafeetj dligeftce taken in i tnd where ttiofe who cnufe to be regularly fcrved with iri New and NO WHEkE FRIIXA YrEteeEMEER FOREIGN DECEMBER k HE King has hitherto always paid the houfliold of the Duke of as the firft Prince of the Blood but his Majefty has thought proper to reduce his allow onefifth in confequence of the Duke propofed to dif charge fome of the people afjout him but all his officers and fervants are fo de to continue in his that they have their with a efifth of their diaries and The quarrel between the Peers of France and ithe Princes of the Houfe of concerning fome prerogatives which the latter pretend a right to in which is old is of late revived with great and has occasioned a memorial on the cart of the Dukes and which makes a great and which the Princes of Rohanhave anfwered jn a mafteily The Marquis de LieutenantGencral of tke Kings very far advanced in has juil married Mademoifelle de a young iady of one of the firft families in The Emprefs of Ruffia has rmrchafed the fine cabinet of piaures of the latjs Baron de Thiers which was going to be fold by UN On the nth James S Efq was elected TownClerk of in the room of the late Richard Efq S H I H N E W Remain the and Havannah for India Cyecn Rofe Prince of Hay Raffles Charming M Her Ir vine and George for Jamaica London for Nevis Earl of Olloff Earl of Brown and for Leghorn and for Mary land forGalicia and for Senegal for Cadiz for Lifbon for Genoa for CivitaVecchia for Dublin and for Raffed by the and from Dunkirk from Middlcbjrgh ffriaruls Adven from ARRIVALS at the following Ports Carysfort from Jamaica and at from at Catharine and from at from at Harriot from at from foem at from L O N D O It is faid an exprefs arrived on Wednefday from with an that the Commons of Ire land have rejected the on account of an made in Council greatly to the pre judice of Ireland fo that the old Bill determined on the 25th and leaves that country without any law fubfifting by which the revenues can till a new bill can be The numbers for rejecting the bill againft it Jeremiah Dy Efq is in nomination as one of his Majeftys Privy we will fhortiybe fworn The Right the Earl of Shelburne vm on Wednefday at and had the honour of a long private conference with his to whom he de livered forne letters with which he was Charged from liis Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter to his V id inflant the Grand and Duke of went on board the Eng iifli Admirals lying about a league and a half from tins The gondolas which conveyed them and their attendants on board were very As they pafled the and other hips in the they were falufed by the guns of The returned to the palace about one and in the evening there was a mafked ball for their amufement in the houfe of Sir John the Britifh which was conducted with great tafte and The Grand Dukefpoke in with great to all thofe who happened to be near The Duke of Gioitcefter did not aor at all mix in the company but remained the whole evening in afmall where heplayed at cards with a few I was owing to his not being perfectly recovered of his late of which he was fo bad for eight that all the Italian phyficians defpaired of his one aScotf bred at andfurgeonaf aaEnglifh pledged himfelf for the Dukes provided that no more Italian prefcriptions were fol The Duke and was reftored to TheDuke wanted to reward this young man in the handfomeft but with un common refufed all made him I am already aid for ferving his Majefty and it is my duty to do fo to the without farther I believe there are few of hi Majefty s fervants yrhahold principles of this fort I will now tell you another as diftionour able to human nature as the former One came into Italy about two years He was recommended to feveral people of famion ia Leghorn and is the fon of a gentleman of family and fraall fortune in Having remained fome time in and become intimate wftih the women of the one of them conceived fo vio lent an affection for that he for a long time fup plied him with and afterwards bought from her a commiflion in the Dukes Soon he was on account of fbme fa mily to take a journey to She left all her effects to his Bat he was no fooner than he difpofed of all that was to him and on her to prevent further put her to He is now in prifoHrand has con feffed his The dignity of the corps he belongs to has protracted the fate of this officer for feveral place is much more agreeable than it has been reprefcnted 5 and among other advantages in there is a great public to which ftrangers may have free by giving a few fequins to the may procure liberty to carry to their apartments as many books as they Every thing here is very different from what I obferved in other In Germany the French language and manners are quite gtneral among the better fort of they begin to culti vate with more attention than ufual their own in which they now act inftead oi French but they are nothing more than tranfla particularly from the Englifh 5 and indeed the Englifh writers are in fo great repute in that even the moft inconfiderable of our romances are Sternes in is fo that a fooiety compafed ef the moft learned polite writers in Germany is called after his and takes for its emblem The Monks Harn the Sentimental in inveighing againft the mal practices of flock en Wednefday at the mentioned the following anecdote as a fact very well eftablifhed during the infatua tion that prevailed amongft all ranks of people dor ing the fluctuation of the SouthSea fcheme in the year a nobleman called one morning at a bank in and pulling out a told that was at his if be would anfwer himj in ant ittOftft one affur mg afteft his henour the banker agreeing to this pro the Hobleman then afked Did Sir John Blount buy or fell today returned the is your fays the Peer and buy for me between this and We hear that Lady has returned all the prefents which he received from the Duke of and among was a pair of diamond The Carysfort man of from Jamaica and is arrived at Saturday being Richard Efq of Member of Par liament for gave 500 hilling loaves to the poor of the parifh of rare example old Englifli hofpitality On Monday laft a dead war with a wound oft his and His face lying in a His box of wares was found near him A few days ago as the Northampton was coming to a welldrefled with a port manteau on his agreed with the coachman at Barnet to ride on the box to and put his portmanteau in the bo9t being fet he took out another inftead of his containing feveral valuable with on its being miffed at the Ram in his own portmanteau was and found contain nothing bat Yefterday a young fellow went to fee a young wo man at a gentlemans houfe in with whom he had lived as a fellowfervant in and while he was gone to a public houfe to fetch fome beer to treat he ftole two large filver which he broke in and of fered fell one of them foon at a filverfmitus in upon which he was and car ried to the for The other was found Yefterday two foldiers of the third of footguards were committed to jail Sir John for robbing a woman and her fon of In William Efq of Graysinn tp Mifs of Lang in the Fellow Johns to Mifs Kitty Loekman of William linendraper in the to Mifs Joanna of the fame ef Weftminften Thomas Brad of to Mifs Roft in William Efq of to Mifs Sally of of to of of to of At tiis apartments in Southampton Wkttiam Efq of Weftonhail in The wife of Thomas Tim ier in Ann of miftrefs of the hatmakers fhop in the oldeft in and had been kept in that fa mily upwards of roo Her huiband died about a year At in Duncan bailiff of that city the perfon it is faid from whom Smollet took his character of in Roderick At his houfe in LIST of drawn Prizes of 37109 Prrzcs of 19151 59343585 Prizes of 15698 17067 of 40013 19764 487519 16309 7970 44708 47666 734726335 2035 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48991 18547 39363 28061 3361 49945 4647 25929 48296 14899 2068 17572 38379 5410 37771 3941 13091 28892 8612 26783 11689 44322 lit the And will be published ori Saturday the i8th of In Two Pocket elegantly ANDREW MARVELL Xi vyith his By C O O K Printed for in Coventgarden io Paternofterrow j and fold by at In the wiU be publilhed on Tuefday the 4th of Volume Royal Price i in Boa THE GENERAL HISTORY of the Second and Tranrtated from the Greek by Printed for in Coventgarden and at the Where rnayHehid1 at the fame A of royal price in This Day iuere In One large iflaftrated with 52 Copper price 6s 6 or ELEMENTS of LINEAR PERSPEC demonstrated by Geometrical Principles and applied to the moft general and concife modes of With an containing fo much of the elements of geometry as will render the whole rationale of perfpeSive without any other previous mathematical By EDWARD Printed for in Ruffel Coventgarden and fold by T at the Mewsgate in Paternofterrow 5 and at TAis Day were NEW EDITIONS of the two following A X ftratioh of the Being and Attributes of from the Works of The nth price ASTRO THEOLOGY A Demonftration of from a Survey of the The loth price Both by D E k Printed fcr Robinfpn and at in Pater Where may be WiftJom of God manifefted in the Works of the By John One price Sermons on feveifal In four price A on Vifjhle arid of In one price boandi by Q OSTA A STOLEN or t R A f E fome grounds in the cauntyjaf Wof i Tuefday night the I0lh offJovembVr ONE about 13 bandi a fwitch a little white on one of the tend and mpves 4 the fame a darkbrown 14 and a half with a cut rifing fix years and a few grey hairs on her Whoever will give intelligence of one or Both of the aid to William of Dudley fo as they may be ball receive one guinea reward far and all reasonable ANNUITIES fbf THE Mayor and Burgeffes of Bsiion do give That are willing to grant Annuities for upon the terms For the life of any perfcn of any age after af tight poanjj pex Cent per So that no kfo than the fom of eqs hundred or rriore than the fum of two hundred be fubfcribed as aforefaid on the life ef any one That the Annuities mail be paid half cithar at Bofton in as the Annuitant ftlajl by the Chamberlain of the faid Borough for the time with out any For further particulars inqtuirg bF William TownClerk of the faid WANTED at in Prjefts to as Lecturer in the and to keep a Grammar School the certain profits are between acid a with a good profpeft of Any Gentleman whom this may wiH pleafe to write to Efq at Penryn or to James of To be LETT For a Term of Six A HOUSE in laie in the occu pation of John Bradburn large and commo with and barn two good walled and well planted with fruittrees alfo two or three acres of fine paflurs adjoining to the For further particulars inquire of or of PO6 December WHEREAS JOHN of left a black GELDING at the ftable of John in the zift of Oftober wheft then promifed him away in a few and pay for his and a debt he had contracted fince which he has keen wrote and defired to pay the dobt and coft of and to fetch the korfe which letter he has taken no notice of John Bundock therefore gives John Bofworth thU public that unfefc difcharges the debt and coft of keeping the faid and does fetch him within ten dys from the wfilMpsiwitikly order to part the debt and celt of JOHN HEREAS GEORGE oj in the county of on the i8th day of affigned all his eftate and effects unto Robert of and Robert of Stockport in for the benefit of all the faid George Ellifons creditors who fhall execute deed of affignment on or before Old Candlemasday next NOTICE is That the faid deed of alTignment is now in the hands ot Robert in Stockport in order to he executed by the faid creditors who at the time of executing to leave an account of their refpeftive debts with the faid Robert And all thofe who do not execute che faid deed of affignment within the time before will be excluded the benefit of any dividend under And all perfons indebted unto the faid George Eilifort are required forthwith to pay their refpedlrvs debts ro tlvs Robert Ellifon who will make a dividend of the at the WhiteLionInn in Stockport on the afors faid Old Candlemasday To be S O L AN fituate in the feveral townfliips of Walpole Peters and Walpole in county of Norfolk containing all that the Manor o 3Ed430 acres of one third whereof Is arabie and the remainderrich divided into three farms and now lett on Jeafe to three good and at feveral rents amounting to a year and will bear a considerable advance at the expiration of the in which there is oaly bur years to corns in and about nine in each of the others with a good houfa and other convenient Buildings on each farm1 and an appurtenant right in three extenfive neighbouring The eftate is fubjeft to feveral quit amounting to 3 i j 3 and is all freehold except about 130 acres copyhold with the manors of and undtr a fine certain andverV There is an due to thefe eftates of a For particulars apply to and BjiJ of This Day waj NUMBER Ptieo which maybe perufefj and if not the money will be returned A DICTIONARY of A JTX GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION of the with anHiftoncal and Biographies Accrtjnt ofits principal from the earlidt ages to the pretent time tf eluding whatever is roort ufeful in ind molt interesting in Sacred and PfcfAtie The Geographical pare by And the Hiftorical and Biographical part f COLLYERj Printed for Caiman and atNo 6 in Pauls ChurchyaWT V This wort be printed in on the fame and paier is i A containrhf1 three ffieets W will be publifhed price And larly every Saturday until the wiH be in one hundred two ve This work has been feme years in that time has been frequently revifed and cun thai we hope if wiD he found far preferable to periodical Which have been eB ;