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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 8, 1771, London, Middlesex Jhiee Twojsejtce Frooi f H UK S D JANUARY Late Affiftaut at reen guneas e near rha SCO JANUARY 9 JLfienJay ft labourer who Ctofe hf ciaas fent and of the feftbirf that was ing Sad afe dthere are gions by drink of a conta C O tf N fc On TudiUy eweiii unfortaoate aecidest happened pe fishery on tte city vefjtiwijg acrofs tne Hverin one of filingboafo loat ecJalti thej witfe water znd tlatten On Friday John was of BriJge on the Sambrooke Efq and Mifs Harriot WfeiferjL And the fame day to the reftory yon the of faiai gentleman was alfo Hcenfed to the per petoal curacy of on the nomination of Freeman and Mifs Winford H V N W Wind Sailed lad night the Romnpy Arrived and remain his and Arrived and failed few the the from Patted by the from Arrivals at the following from Dant rrom AiicaBt fiom Sebajjians Viana j and Jofeph and from Topfham i from Oporto u Weftcoat j Richard and Worth Sodden and from New foundland from Dublin Lord Grofve from Corke from Hull and from York from Quebec j and from jphilfkilejpbia and from Jamaicia r from leghorn from Turner Codner and Jllaftrious eldeft Doh Diegd and Muhgohy the f twofons of Hale the part of w was at firft dejfjgned to be b by Rogers of Much in ha to tlv at UA tlwrjth at ne in the at ten atjQtyTdhal ton four hj Portftnouttbs Jwo Richardfoni from New York frsoi CjvitftVecbia Mattbww and from from Smyrna Anna and from Leghorn Earl of Rid froia Oporto fram NewYork j from Bofton j and New from Jn the Pownv from Liverjxjole from from Dunkirk from Alicant John from Newfoundland from Trinity from Fago and from Biiftol from from Newfoundland and In frort BifirtojL from Enftatia from Covrej from Plyraduth from Barcelona from 0 N t is difpatches arrived atrihe Secretary from the Earl of his Ambafltdpr at of d Utter from Deft 5 ptain in the brig iV this arrived in 17 days and contradicts account of earth qmakci BO fach thing having You can iKrt rejoice than rayftlf on this agreeable havfi bad cucumftAnces of the earthquake pitbliOied1 in three newspapers and ap prehendittg inigHt have circulated the of tny writing to A letter from Philadelphia that a pub is eftablifhcd there by a fociety of gen vhg are the culture of filk in tiut And that i large china wanufaftory onier waawde for ralfing the price ofbread in the peck and halfpeck loaves half or a penny in a peck loaf qaartern fo on te the whole which will take pjace to morrow Sjocfc antorder was never known and it is now a that the poorer fort o who have large buy the lare and Itjroed Maftentf died on year was ft ordhwrjrfo his vfere his fo oortfpicuoushis attainments in of ttfeful and kisficill in oriental languages fo extenfive frhat he bath left behind him ftareely any ahd btrt fe his Saturday higrjt an officer of a having information of forne feanien being a hoofe n weril therewith a large body of afld found nine men fitting in garret with a ftneakin the rtlfliiug with his men his was op faiiors with piftols prefented at ing to fcbot the firft that approached rather was ruftung was Sloe and the jv1 trader after receiving fevera cuts FIJ a great mob and riot likely to application was made by the neighbours to who immediately coilefled a number of and haying commanded all perfdns whatfeever to difperfe in ten or he ftiooJd be obliged to read the riot they and the Juftice then went up and defired thofe faiiors to furrender to which they promised the Juftice to provided he would give them half an hbur to confider wha fliips they would enter for the preliminaries being agreed to by the Juf he went down when in a few minutes they broke through the and fo into the next and all efcaped clear leaving forrie and behind The wound Burgeis it is is not In the hard gale of wind on Wednesday the one of the lighthoufes at Orford in the top being blown immediately took and was burnt down to On Monday evening a fellow jumped into a cart jafiing through the Old ftole of it i bundle of valued at but the carman ecured and he was yeRerday carried before Alderman who to the oaltry Yeiterday a journeyman to cabinet in was committed to the oultry by Alderman Oliver at for robbing his jrufter of and other Yefterday at noonthe coachman ttotifcignt an the Earl in having put the horfcs to his Lord fli ips left them fora moment whjie he ocked the when they took and down tearing the rails of a gentlemans and beating fe veral people in their till they came to Dean and Hopped of themfelves at the door of a houfe where his Lordfhip vifits he coach was almoft broke but happily no lives were On Monday morning lafi a poor man and his wife were found dead in their miferable apartment in They periftied through the inclemency of the Monday morning who for many years fearcfoer in the parifh of was found dead in bed who was yo years was found dead at the fame timein the next It never lived afunder all the4r On Saturday morning a man went into the Lon donrbridge took up a and cut the cook acrofs her head and down the back in a dreadful It appears that the The cooks life is royal to Mifs Sophia a of both of of to MLfs Macy of Thomas iAii zad infcaAi th4 London Jhe ittth 01 at fiye in the at Mti Inner Samuel bfe of the pafiA of PHillrp aru 4a arid pawnbroker j to furrejalei at eleven in fotenoon tfacli at Ue Nags Head in Wine ftreeT imhe JofepJi at Oaja appointei Ui Etotet to of the in the Liberty ef Weft iil taylor the at in the it London of the Borough of in Lti deader and chapman the j of at in at iiie iw the feid Bo T of Uucwf aj 04rtificates to be allowed to William ef in the paridi of Saviour in leatiiir j on or be of Martins in en or before the agth inftant Dias of on or beftre the zgth tTTtlEREAS it has been humbly reprefented VV to in the night between the aid and laft his warehoui at in ttw port cf in the county of was feloniouOy broke open aijd perfons unknown and fiirie containing apouc pliqns cf werecarried off His for beier djfcoveiing to juftice the perfcns if the faid r is hereby pleafed to promvfe his moTl gracious teanveiie of who fhail or their accomplice or accomplices fo that or thsy may be apprehended andconviOed R O C H F O R as a further the ComrniTumeJi of liis MajsitysCufkonis do hereby promife a reward of to the pejfon fuch difcovery to He paid by the of his convjilion of any one or more of ihe t S B M A Y e A ComVonCouhcifhohtcn in the OKimber of the Guildhall of tiie City of on Fndjy the 14th day of RESOLVEDAND TpHATthe ftim of forty hillings for every over the his be given by and during the pleafuie ol this and iiot exceeding oris month from the J5th to every fuch Seaman that fhall enter at the Guildhall of this City the fervke of his Mijeftys Friday the JAth of At a Committee far carrying into the ic uf the CmmonCoimci for giving a bounty to entering into his Majeitys Kg O L V E HAT this Committee will meet in the Council Chamber at Guildhall every Wed i And uruil the 15th of January frm eleven in the fuenooa until two in tke to cany the rcfolution inn w PACK HfcA Whoever has fuch to fc E I E R Whoever has fuch to ditpofe may i applying to county of j k ej and 4 and oo 4cresjfp wgcfi is renewable ever ayment of a fine of in SOLD to In O N E L O Situsited in the rich vale idrthe of about four miles tfwofrom at tlic Crown aad on Thurf day the i4th of January nextj betvrfileh 11 sfnti is in ine AMoft Veri r excepting about beingiah manor withinitftlt e of the manor pf Afton the perpstual o re2ory of ths of foyer4 farpiji Jinti laments lee at amouijtihg tofether or gxcltJliVe dfttjefaidaHvowfon fii to a fefefarm rerit cf particulars vyheriof rjnay He hi of Scrafe aftfl in Ljncolniirm where amap of the eftafe t4 be To be peremptorily to a decres of the High Court of Fecer one of the Mailers of the faid at his chambers on Monday the i ith diy 67 February between hours of five and fsven inthe uhjed to two annuities one of rhe hie cf the Right Dorothy Lady Dowager Cfaed of the age of 77 years and upwards j and the otlier of during the life of the Hott Jarnts of tlie age of 49 years arid upwards THE MANOR of STOWELL and HAMP in the county of uinaniionhoufe of and feveral pieces of land thereunto of the in ths of or thereabouts late the tftate ofrhe Right John lare Lord deceafud and fnujfe mjfps jfoyn TJ from Stow en 12 miles and near the fame dirtance from ami about two miles fiom ail the fjid eftate may be had at the faid ta crew from Londo rtloft near South Carolina up by the carried into South Jejfpttia appoiBftitflfcto the command of hvs ef at Chat 10 nighi the comic opera of the Pad with a proper part At Francis At Nathaniel aged oldeftftockbrsker in Clerk of the Arraigns Cor the county of Mid In John Efq formerly in the train of wife of of the John in In Percivalj of William Efqi a near relation of the Ear of It is thjit this near twenty years before tar never ftirred out of hW though in perfedj health Qie wasnot above fifiy when ihe died Da of the in the paiifhof Martin tavern in Abpat a week fore his death he ordered a and jjjraud to made and Jikevvife a certiin number gf to be bought for thoffi vvTid were to attend He defired thfiig might be braaehtifor him to and after the coffin he cowvplaiai Hath been made totlie Right by many of the frit ants refiding in and aboAit that large nunfliers of caxtle have for feveral Sundays lall part been driven info the faid market during the time of divine and there wantonly cruelly and kept without fotxi for the fpace of twentyfour or twentyfix hours fuccefllvely by means of which ufage they become or what is commonly caljed whereby fatal accidents have frequently happened to his Majeftys fubjecls pafling Uie Greets of this His to preferve as miicli as in his power the public to prevent the exercife of unneceflary to maintain that decency and refpeft due to the Lords to enforce obedience to the laws relating and to remove fo diragreeable a nuiance to the ruth Aridity charited and com manded me to all found in the faid market before the prefuribed by aft of tothe Gjifeehyard or common pound ot this city j and that no may hath directd this pubfic to be By order of liis THOMAS City N I V E R L OTICE is hereby given to the Creditors on of for Improving the Riyer That thfc HalfYears due on the day December will be paid to them by Thomas at n on ifrth and tfie of Janwaryinft hours of nine and twelve in the furenoon and on Thurfday in the two following beiwfesn the hours and eleven in the fore to bringthe receipt for mentnjadiby thcni to laid clown hours fi his about ten or twelve A N il y P T Jacob FarroDe merchafltj to tor render the ai4 la ft ic th of at ten jp the forenoon i 6t to the I Advcrtifement 6fi twtvwecn tbe hours of en Jvl Jan thecounty of Bull E ESTATE called FAN die reader laay refer to the forty month for i of In tbt and Jptediti will be In Two THE EXPEDITION of HUMPHREY hac ram putida tendant Furchur ad CAWTHORNEs THE Subfcribers to the Poems may now have their by Mr Samuel in Paternoftsrrow j who will receive the As haw reserved their the remaining copies thcfe which are hundfomny printed in for pubic Ibis Day lusri publifeeJi Prite by pcrmiffion THE Proqsedi gs Majellys fion of Oyer aijd for the High Court of Admiralty ot held at jwfric Half in the Old Tuefday the and 1 3th of December Right WorfrtipJul Sir THOMAS Judge the High AcbniraKy of England Lod Chief Baron ths Juftice and others Majefiys Printed for Johji and Francis at the Bible and in The abckve contains the ttt tff 34 iniUnt for the murder of an unknown aged callai Jack allo of Richard Mate of the King of for iijpn both which hektfas acqirktod whereupon Commingi the evidence was committed to Kewgate to be trie j at the for Day vjas Price z The SECOND of E BANKERS SURE GUIDE JL Mans Tables of forany at 3 4 and 5 tr i to 90 and 300 and iirom one month ro Sundry fhe wing the value of annuities cer and rn lounged on rhe mort probabilities j with and examples to find the value 01 tvv6 or more joint reversions of ard in the molt intelligible To is by way of in trod lift a and jreatife on decimals j and an explana tion feveral of the Atiole dfTomrniCfion is annexed to the is tbe only that has a table oi Printed for Robinfon in row and at Of whom may be by ths fame Foreign Exchanges all various jd editiopj btnlndi Britahnicus Eftiiiiator Cornjjletfi Gojatainlftg tables 6f ail thfevarious prices of Ro6ds ready caft up alV The pi ice only ;