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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 2, 1771, London, Middlesex L O N Price Twopence From NOVEMBER to NOVEMBER Sold by it in Paternoftetrow where Advertisements and Letters of Intelligence ire taken in and where who cftufe to be regoorly ferved with THIS are defired to Ad fern en Articles of and Letters from are alCa received by at the opppfite Dunfttn in Fieetftreet at the Corner of in the Stwid the bottorft 6f Charrngcmfe the Corner of in New Bondflreet and NO WHERE M O N D A From G A Z 6 OCTOBER AST Wednefday Count Prefident of the and Knight the Order of was taken very ill foon after his acrival in the Senate at nine and died about Ke was the firft of the raifed to that dignity very you The fame day the reft of the Senate went to the 6rcat and declared their opimoa Upon the projeft of the Kings that they found in it the eftabliftunent of the trueevange lical the Kings dignity the liberties and rights of the States and the fafety of every private perfon fecured as to what related to the additions now made to they de pended on the judgment of the The which had fo long raged at appears now from its fymptomsto be the plague but as all communication with that city is entirely cut it is to be hoped the infection will not efpecialy as the frofty feafon will foon fet The King has been pleafed to order a to the Chapter of the cathedral of recommending untothem Nathan and Matter of Univerfity college to be chofen into place of Dean of the faid the lime being void by the death of Francis Since our taft arrived a Mail from Tranquillity reigni in this but want has reduced the provinces to the moft miferable Great Poland is threatensd with a which indeed feems to be The Confederates are raifing recruits with all diligence on the frontiers of Upper and inlift a vaft number of and Bavarian but they begin to be in great want of money and pro Yefterday there was to be an eledlion of a ne v Marflial we are very impatient to know whether they have clvofen the Chevalier or Count Ogiuflcij it is were both prefented as can by a certain Our advices are very alarming with refpeft to the ficknefs raging at which carries off 300 perfons a The fix Deputies from our Senate continue to make this place as agreeable as poflible to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Monday and Tuefday his Royal Highnefs mifqued balls at our and the next evening the French Ambaffador entertained his Royal Highnefs with a We are credibly that a very great riot happened on Tuefday hft at Sud when the Corporation were aflsmbled in their Townhall and that the afhr hav ing diflblved their aflembly about was forcibly detained ifi their Townhall till after ninejit totally denied the accefs of their deprived of and when night thqir lights putotitby the and their livesnot only re peatedly for along time but by Hones andVrther mifchievous put into continual till m the end the Cor poration were forced into a compliance with fuch terms as the populace thought proper to iinpofe upon in order to preferve their lives and recover their SHIP Wind Came down and failed the for Remains the India Wind Arrived and failed for the the fom Remain his Majeftys fhp the India Pallid by tiie Lord from ARRIVALS at the from at fiom d at from at from at from at from at from at fror ai ditto from at from at from at from at from at from at from at from from at from at from at from at Dorothea and from at from at off from from from ac Lord from at OM at from at from at HulU ax N D Laft Wednefday Alderman Townfend re urned from Norfolk to Bruce The next day certain by virtue of warrants rora the of the land and window levied on Townfends for thefe efpeftive tothe amount of Townfehd protefted on account of the im roper reprefentation the county ic would not pay the and adhering uniformly o this he has fufrered this aft to be exe having payment on every The confequeiice of this mealure will pro duce a trial in the Court of wherein his grand point will be contefied on either in the moft ftrenuouj by the ableft ad may be the determination an appeal to the Houfe of Lords will undoubtedly e and the whole proceeding afford as in erefting a cafe as any contained in the volumes of j he State Extrafl of a letter from The laft letters from Count Romaniow to the Ruffian Ambaflador to this that Major Bielicz on the 26th of Auguft made himfelf mafter of a little Ottoman con ftingof three and three fmall going from Ifaccia to the Turks lad 150 men drowned in this and loft ten jiecss of and a great quantity of ammuni Hadzi Azul and two other Turks were made After this victory Major Bielicz returned to Ibrailow with all the A report that the ifland of Maire Le on the Albanian in nearly de troyed by an earthquake the latter end of Auguit Orders are given for removing the two elephants rora the Queens Mews to the and the Zebra s given to one of his Majtftys of a letter from Bofton in The rioters who Ivive fo long been the dread of hi on Monday Oftpber fet fire o a barn and cornHacks of Stephen of near this His feeing the got when immediately three or four vil ains cried Well murder Upon this he run without any cloaths 5 they purfued him a confiJerable but fear having added wjngs to us he at laft gofcjafe out of dieir On tlie loth they alfo fet fire to a barn of in Heckingcon with 60 or 70 oad of corn in and left threatening letters for Simpfon and not long fmce they fired fome hay at The damage done to Carnel is fuppofed to be and to Sirapfon I Thife difturbances are occafioned by the fens being inclofed about three or four years ago fmce when they have been and often The rioters have feveral times filled up the and broke down the rails of the new inclofuree for many miles All the excufe that can be made for thefe poor people is their diftrefs for it is a melancholy that the village of which not four years ago was parcelled out into numerous little is now all left to one On Saturday Moores new coach fet out from Charingcrofs to the Bank as a ft age at 6 His Majeftys fhip the at is put into and the command of her given to Tire Racehorfe at is put into and Chinney appointed to the commandof It is fMd that letters received on Friday from Jamaica that a lady of confiderable fortune died and that me has bequeathed one half of her eftate to Advice has been received from Batavia that not only of the Elgin was but that the Chief the Second and the Third were all carried off by malignant On Thurfday night two men were taken into cuf tody in for criminally abufing a woman of fixty of whoie life is in on Friday they were committed from the Rotation to Clerkenwell Bridewell fmce we are they have been impeached by an accom as being the perfons who lately robbed the northern mail near On Saturday the feflions ended at the Old when only one prifbner was Jacob who was convifted on an indictment for wilful and corrupt perjury in his evidence on behalf of Gumpay Bkimphrays his brother who in July feffion laft was coavicled of defrauding of a diamond ring and value j5L for which he gave a counterfeit and for which he was tranf received feritencs to be tranfported for feyen When the prifoners were fentenced for tranfporta tion on Friday one of the being aflced what he had to iky why featence fliould not pafs on but that Ill re turn as foon as I feme time a being aflced1 the fame I have nothing to but that it is well tis no Friday night an in favour of the was taken of the and goods of John at MJ apartment in conviifted on Friday at the Old for fteajing pairer out of The Lady of William Efq ef Queen brought tobed of a John Efq of Oxford to Mifs Elizabeth of Thomas Efq of to Mifs George Efq of to Mifs daughter of in of to Mifs Elizabeth of Peter Efq of to Mifs Nancy of Oxford of to Mifs daughter of in Thames At his feat at of an apoplectic Sir John 6ne of the for Suifolkr he is fuceeeded ia atle and ettalcbj his only Sir who is in the zadyear of his At E formerly a Ruifia of relicl of Edward Strud At in Samuel Efq Bath King at In Picca In Mils daughter of John in In Henry Efq at his houfe on Ciaplmn at Bethnal In Great John Morgan of in hook feller to fiKrender the izth and gth at in the and I4th of at ten in hV f and Pu Jonathan William of to furrender the nth and iSh and i4th of at five in the at Herns and Charles of met chant to furrender the nth and i4th and i4thot at four in the at William Matthias Pster late of Mar but mw of liofier to furrender the nth andjgtk and I4thof at four in the London At in Jchn of apothecary to furrender the 8th and I5th and I4th of Dicem at four ia the at At in I Ijindpn James of in dealer anJ chapman to furrender the zgih and J4th of at three in the at Georges ioffee in in Samuel in Phineas Da Fonfeca snd Abraham of Beer and copartners to fur render the nth and I4th and I4th of at four in Miles of dryfalter to fnrrsnder the Iith and at four in he I4th of at ten in the at in Garden James late of Logan and John Arm Logan in thVpajifh of Half in North but now of the city of in the county of and partners j tofurren der the and and i4th of DecetnWiS at ton atth Crewn and in near thtrtity of John at in Dayi appointed for making the Dividenii of Bankrupts EAatu to William of in the parifli of in worftedmaker and dyer the3d of at ten in the at John of in thepsrifh of in Lancaihirer whitftcr the zd of at three in the in the faid Fi NAL DIVIDE N Jatnes late of broker the I4th of at five in the at Robert Campbell and Thomas now or lite of St MaigaretshiUV in tfce Borough cf mercers and copartners the at ten in the at Guild Martin Uteef Lower Eaft in Middle diftiller the iSth at fire in the at Sarah of the parifli of in ftop keeper the 26th at four in the London Certificates to be allowed to Thomas late of the parifh of Mary in but now of in builder j on or before the 2jd Vriah hte of mer chiint on or before the zjd Joleph of Union in the parlftiof in wharfinger lighterman j on or before the ijd Caleb of the City of hereto fore of Paul in Middlefex j on or befpre the 231 John late cf Bilhopfgateftreet in Mid linendraper on or before the zjd Month will bt In Two Royar Price One Gained a The FOURTH aad FIFTH with and which complete the of IE HISTORY of the LIFE of KING HENRY the and of the Age in which he in five To which is pfedxed a Hiftory of of from the of Edward the feffor the birth of Henry the By GEORGE LORD LYTT1 Printed for in PalMnali Where troy then be had the Wtok in fow re India THE Court DOeflors of the of Merchants of England ircbling to we do hereby give notice That a General of the faid Company will be held by adjournment eil their Houfe in Leadexbatt on Wednefdaj of from eleven oclock in the fortnwn till fix in the ortbt determination by ballot if the That it is the opinion of this that Court of m reeorameneling to the Pro prietors the of the divtlend on their capital Inive afted ccniStently witH the duty they owe the andthis Court do accordingly approve the reiblutioiis they came to upon that i nd that the t of ttys Court be retiuiied to them for tbeir that importmt IF RALPH lived at near feven years is 6 years of brought up in tbe and followed the fame empHoynient when he lived and has not been heard of fince by his friends is and will apply to at the he vrili bear of fnmeihing grsatly to his ad If any perfon caq informa ion of dead or they ihall be rewarded iluir with WHEREAS it hath been malicioafly repdrted hy antes at the Bark Hertfordfhire to my that my horfes arc now infefled with the and that lafl week 1 was obliged to fend lix away the fame iifefiiori I declare that this rejjuit is totally lalft aiiJ r dui inj the term of years i been in fo happyas never to had fiich a diilc my WILLIAM BhrkBull h NAVIGATION frjm die TREXM rs THE Company of Proprietors o tion hereby give That c of on the ui Lhi the and duties from thence ir the powers of an made in the loth yi his prefer at inerofr of 4 will bi paid in preference ta be mads to the agreeable to he faid The fum of proprietiry ftocl been expanded in this compleated for the fulllength of 58 willing toadvance all or any part of the are defired to apply to and London Frascis in in Stiffened or Clerk to the in v K EN vja4rie At a Mseting ef the Commiuees on leulf of the HO P PLANTERS within the Eaftern and Weftern this to ccnfider moll effectual methcAl for prevuntins the unlawful Importation of HOPS of FOREIGN GROWTH into this it was M folved as follows That it the opinion of thefe that the moft effectual methorl for the preventing the unlawful Importation of Hops of Growth into this will be to trive a at the rate of TEN POUNDS per ton to my who fhijl give information Aich Hops whica fliall be fa unlawfully Ib the fame fhall be fcizod arui condemned to be paid a fjnd to be eflabjiflied fer that That fuch fund be raifed by avoluntary con tribution of one fhilHng per acre fof every acre of hop ground Si parifh in this to be paid hy the Planter to tlie A fome other proper of fucli parifhi who are requeilsd to retewe the fane and to pay the dofitribmin of fuch parifhes AS the Eartern divifion of this county unto George of the city of Canterbury and ef fuch parKhes as lie within tKe Wertern divifion of this county of who are appointed Treasurers to fame and fo be applied from time to for the as thefe Committees fhall direct and John in appointed by the Committees toreceive Foreign Hops unlawfully Imported as and wlut be STATE T T E R THE and SHARES of are fold and divided into and by HAZARD and Stock Brokers At their the Roya Where the Numerical and Regtiter books 01 the lottery are Tickets and Shares are at per and the earliert account of their fent to any part o Tfie of Value of Total z cf j 5 10 15 IJjOOO 30 500 100 1019 50 Prizes The Sirft Drawn for the firft Blanks Tkkeu Bfefiks to a Thepritss Wiil be paid at office O N fold at tfcts will nt Hawrds Lottery O poftpaid dnljr Schemes Lottery begins the 8th fevers ;