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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 27, 1771, London, Middlesex Articles o anywhere rjidfe who and rltid 0 QQP CO U N that the longing to Smithes their ufuil the Mansfield1 iriadegreat Bej6icittfl8 i tfieir fheHbfiasfi of wages in that A letter from YavmJ dated en Snnday Early this mdrhingr an exprefs from theinelancboly account of the death of Skelly of theLynx man of Going to fea in one of ftjeoverftt upon the and moft of the crew The baggage of Lord Cornwalliss regiment is arrivedhere by the regiment is expefted in tomorrow and to be ready tb go to work en the fortifications of the Parifmovtby June Arrived at Splthead 4vJuch oroaght over Silled Fowey man of for the S H I P N E of j 50 U thereto by the Grocers dompany and a difpehfatipfl for fame pafled the Great Seal ok a young phyficians leveral flower pots in her chamber j that Lady Tacts per his Lordlhip has given her L vt i 1 that theAldermen and and T1 JJ niiu a genne of a bill Coptraded at the laft for the a Re5 a full Wearing the Jtiry fdond a verdict and Gibraltar arc pmved at blplvnoff tiiecoaiftof JUNE Wind Carte down and xbe ihip in the from JUNE the from AfGreetQWfl r from Quern Hodgfimj Maryportj and Mary and Kirbyj and Elizabeth Le from r i JwJjSoHthCaroiin from At Dover EaR Cffflaftings from Yefterday iflued frpm the office for the Courts going into mourning that day for the late King of i that put together make ti i the man being i the woman received from tHe laft has altered the of thefe with refpcft tie of the It ws a received all the people were ahu ay fbut they are now that they ijiay be the infamous villainous of the Government the following fa6l area convincing gentlemen whpj had the original letter Tent by the Secretary to Lord in his jfhewing it to feveral a partner with of defired to fee it ac cordingly the gentleman gave it to no fooner had he returned but he fnatched at itfrom of the gentleman he failed inhis and iipon being defired to walk oft the Huftings for fuch an ungentlemanlilce he fneaked and gave no fatisfacliqn to the gentlemen for fuch a fcandalous The letter by to of is a full proof that che Court does intereft itfelf in City and ougKt to he to the Citizens to be ever on their againft the enemies of their efpecially at this when they are ftriving to influence the to poll for particular Plumbes conduft in refufing uj y to receive the affidavits of Smith and his T i i 1 r I AvuucrL jjinQitiYi cannot be but that tins gentleman will J at the duties of is Sherivalry jaVi Mf5 L0frj Tea v ivu i iirti been already baptizedby the name of aind humbly recommending it to his Majefly to for itsfupport his ac his accultomcd ordered befent to and proper care to be taken night a fire broke out at a terers in which burnt down the and itifide of the with the infide of a Pawnbrokers Yeflerday two men were taken out of Ale houfe in onfufpicion being concerned in the murder of the fervant of Hutchins at at Francis to Mifs Amelia Jonathan of to Mils of at Margarets of Mar of the fame at his houfe in Panton a Commifiioncr of the Nav tjont provided of is not move to his own emolument yet this man infults the Livery with the word in his adveruie and declares his actions irreprcktnfible bj in John I r T f f Safife Denier and at Satur at in in the year Extrall of the Jvnt Letters received here from fpeak with rhehigheft applaufe of the preient The King bethel ofhis Samiicl the trade of a Butcher had exercifed near go the 4th at near in Elizabeth aged The PUBLIC ANNUITANT frlnwAr Of he to wear black irmgea orri falutary ordinances which he has I Calculated to produce a Fund to fupport the furvmng 11 fr I AllO c3i m J m plain white gloves and earj blackor white Mhite orgrey oi The tnert to mil trirame plain black and grey Yefterday her attended by one of the s of the Bed Chamber in was ed in her own apartments by his Grace the Archbiftqp of Yeilerday they began to make preparations at Jamess baptizing the young which is fixed for Wednefday the Duchefs of Northumberland waited upon her for the firft time fmce her Graces arrival from her to congra tulate her Mujyfty upon her fafe and the birth ofa We affured that the oath which is ad jniniilcrcd onTHTinftallation of the Knights of the will be difpenfed with io the perions of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of and his brother Prince Bifhop of Ofna on account of their The Duke of Grafton and Lord are laft that if friendly and outward may be mined as aad conKftute a tionamonstft courtiers i the firft of began to learn the new exerciie which Com ifiued during his is loved and adored by who with reafon call him the of his s that the Count theprefeiit PVime of Den a great aid a confnmniate bath been a principal intlrument in procuring the happineis which the inhabitants of that kingdom now enjoy and it is greatly to his becaufe when he took he miniftcrial affairs were in a very per plexed A letter from Edinburgh Notwith ftandinpthe feverity of theWinter and badnefs of the there is the moil promifingapv pearance of fruit in the North that has been for many yeais pall by the refrcflung corn and grafs remarkably and promifc a plentiful The Printer of the Newcattle Chronicle laft week received the following note from a body of Keehnen You have quite rfiinntormejp the that we in the leaft as this would have been gainft our own intereftv and we haying teation to hurt any but cnirfelves andif our grievance be not we imagine loon influence of different to fhut up their We that the late Biihop ot befides ample legacies to introduced liro jvhichis efteeraed thelbeft difclpljned rt Peter RegTAdiftiral waa appointed Commander m of hisMajeftys veffils in the in the rooni of Commodore and hal ftfUSwing public to Chrift ChurAidJSil ta me focietyi6r propagating the of Clergymans ta the to ta the jrioifuav Poor of the Pod Rei ft f 1 J on a new January under a Deed to be inrolled in the High Court of Chan Held at theQueens Arms in Pauls PERSONS of either being who become Members of this Society under the age of will be titled to per annum at ilu age ol 47 and at the age of to an annuity of per annum during Thoec who commence members between the ages of 40 and 50 muft continue fuch forfeven years before they are to per annum and tea years before they to per Every perfort who Shall become a member at the age of 50 years or will be entitled to the whole of the annuity of atthe end of fcven Propofals at large may be had at the Queens Arms Tavern in Pauls where letters to the Secretary are Perfons refiding in the by tranfmitting to any of their correfpondents in town an account of their may be admitted this plan being calculated for general The President and Directors of this Society meet to admit members on Monday the ift of at the Queens Arms Pauls and the firft and third Monday in every fucceeding month at five Tkii Day ivas anUy printed in 35 ELECTION of ALIENS into tne T W 6 LETTERS v M athe Sav5k a Writir 5n the aad are conlidered and PART the FIRST By a late FitLpW of Rings fcahibrjdgfe Printed for oppofite The bEKuiNEORIGINAL On Monday next icif le be continued Wt the Apron aftd A pfclvrdque of the Game of CWs an inttrtftingSpaiffi tale moftbeautfaUy from a mafteriy defL of and lent by author of the Paftorals for the entertainment of the and fet to mufic Hudfon NUMBER for ijjif fcf THE LADYs M A G A ZII Entertaining Companion for the Fair Ser Appropriated folely totheir and Amiifement Tins number A Seritirnental Jodraey througS called The Maid of oriental Memoirs of a young lady of Family con 5 A remarkable Story from the French 6 The Lrrcrary Sophia and her Five Lovers g Happy Man oriental Le Deux Ours 1 he Game of the a Spamfli tale Foreign Home News of the and Deaths witH a great variety of other Printed for Robinfon and whom may be had the ten firft an I where letters to the authors art On Monday the if of July idll be Embeliiflied with an moft beautifully en of the portraits of two ancient and two modern la famous tor their uncommon talents and fineularcha being tne WHEREAS the REPORT of the WHITE LION being SHUT is a Malicious the BuCnefs having been carried on as ufual and it is hojed the and Travellers will continue their and they may depend on the moft by Their moft obedient BELTY ii day Mas price BOTAN 1C i E N s i et apud et and in iiico Paterno err j et LoiJdini j et to Le con6nued in this Alfo a curious allotfer pattern for a ladys tor which a patterndrawer would alone charge two with a table of two courfes for the month of adapted to the La dys or Houkktepers Calendar and a neitf written by a lady of let to mufic Ly Huokc NUMBER for Of HEBLEs LADYs MAGAZINEj ZRTAJNIKC COMPANION for the FAIR Appropriated folely to their Ufe and among a number of other interefting and enter taining The Sentimental Journey Laun celot Temples Ramble through France and Italy An ori ginal Letter never before by Lady Wortley Mon of A New to be The FEMALE An authentic Me moir of a certain Lady in the The Art of Paint ing Flowers from Inftruclions for netting A fingular account of an extraordinary Ah origi nal by Lady French Verfes by the Che valier de Printed for at and fold by all the Bookfcllcrs in town and To the P U B L I C I fhould be wanting in juffice to as well as in duty to the did 1 not take every oppartunhy of testifying my gratitude for the very liberal with which the publicy and particularly the have honoured in the conteft which I have been obliged to maintain with the proprietors of a lately fet on to prejudice that of the Original The folly of my antagonifts indeed pace with their effreritery as at the very time they were returning thanks to the for having decided our difpute in their they brought an aftian in the Kings no lefs than two thoufand pourids pretended damages had fay the fuccefs ful fale and univerfal approbation which my genuine contii u ntion met infatunted indeed do they a to be the profecution of thdr and opprcffive notwithstanding the Court of Chancery within a few detcrmined a cafe exaftly in direfrly theyfiill perfcvere to pct me to pndl to fupport their iniquitous and illegal to pre as faras in them the circulation af my Magazine in the different parts of the in my own and the Juftice of my appeal tothe I throw myfelf on thecaridour of the public not but they will fupport the caufe of againft all the arts of opuIent irrfolence and malevolent Malo vhe I 41f While the prefent monopolizing Combination the tookfellers the Ladies who chulif to pleafe are defired to be particular in their orders for the Magazine which they prefer j whof would encourage the Original being reqUcftei to tofift on having WHEBLEs LADYs MAGAZINE without they will be huffied ofi with what Iwokfeller jnay think it his private imsraft lib tJ ;