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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 30, 1771, London, Middlesex i S A P It id where tfeofc who cirafe to be rtgaUrhr faryed With jf y i f Dqtipm at N of the laft Saturday 4ji re port was read from the Yecret Com propofin g a prbhi bitbrr of all of on account jbarcity of the tvefs of Isft of the dilRcijSjy of it from abroad before The Hpufe approaching winter to the prohibitisn in for it ihould be permitted in the country for The Clergy but the Burghers agreed inall refpefibi with the Secret It is prebabfe the Clergy and Peaicmts be brought to conform themfelves to Nobles and thifcjfcus only the diftillation for faie may be His Royal Highnefs the Archduke Ferdinand arrived yefterday in capital arnidft tlie acclamations of a large concourfe of After flaying fome at the Ducal his Royal Highnefs went on foot to the a nume rous and brilliant attendance j he walked between Cuke of Modena and the Hereditary Prince fon of his Serene Highnefs and the Princefs of Modena led thePrincefs After the hene Te Deum was fung under a difcbargc oj attend him to kriow the defired the Kiflig would him When Princa Adam Geoeral of and chief of tlie regimeht of guatels of arrived at yvith Ii4 his Majefty fail upoa a vtry fcsmefy afTaffin Jamess His Majefty having been pleafcd to appoint his Grace Heury of Beau fort to be Lord Lieutenant ef the county of Mon his Grace this day took the oaths appointed to be taken thereupon L S H J H N W Wint All the outwardbound wbichfailed yefterday are put and GR the and Vetttee from Lifbon Happy COM IveSjohn and nom Dublin from Biiboa Jenny and from Maryland Malaga from NewYork from Uparyj Damofare Caiiie and Heflry and fruui adman r f from Hotfaorat Boulogne tognej from Daakirk and Venice from ARRIVALS at the from at Fair from from at United from at from at Two from Ireland at from at Lord from at from from at from at from at from at from from at J7O N D O The controversial matter Town fends goods being for the to the landtax window has not yet beea Itated in a proper manner the Aldermans femptory refaiarr of payment of t licit the ufual warrant was and properly executed by the is in cafes of Upon TowiiTend purchafed the goods which is the very ground and foundation of his aftioii of It mufl bsfet forth in his that his goods and fo illegally he could not recover without the dJrefs of paying the fum of and which is laid as the gravamen draws the queition in iiiae before iflie Another Michaelmas term and nj ose legal tep has been taken by Alderman Townfead ajainiv officers who levied the landtax on his eftatc tvt In other places be pnJ it withaut difpu It is certaia that he has given up the The ball at Court on was opaaed by the Prince of Mecldenburgb and Lady Berry lier Majefty was dreSfed in a cloth of blue decoratei with a pjofafian of the hxfrcff of a letter fron The following is the converiation that paffei Kodinfki and the King of I faid that itis an abominable tu murder a but I taken an oath to kill Hi I fee by your eounte tlm you are not ret fciradvanceiliu and jf you Icnow it is a in to kill a Low could you ibje vo take n oath that you npycrflaelfls fwora and if I do not perform iiis you to Ixe IJfQtr alfopelievc that power ypu life At touched by a re morfe Sf jvas thoughts ofdoing that he could tnat Hfs Mrijtlly he mould go liRith byt his extreinitres are Ito prQraiie Tib then that ifhedid rist to confide fea tw to leave lum k faithful ten tin el to guard His was fuffered tp fleip ti poccejt arrived with a and tvyo handxedj then entered iind at the fide oY arrived three in the the acclarnaBons of the hold the werenndrfr the cern for theirarmable Prince who had been in fuch imminent danger a viftirn to and the moft afFecling drew tears fromevery The wire ofLacafkijs urider The fafn of 365 ducats iftfpecie were avery to be pofTcfled by a woman in and was a convincing proof that ihe iad re ceived part ofher hHfbands By vVe are that Jonathan who at firft was indulged with a is now heavy clofely confined With the common and debarred the ufebf and There are no lefs than feVejiindiclments preferred againft him for The Martinfloop of from js arrived at O i Thur I a it at a General Court held at Chrifts Efq Daniel and Anthony took fheir charges as Go veniois and the following gentlemen were nomi nated as proper perfons to thereof George Efq by Wilkes Matthew Perclurd Jarvis Clarke by Richard Oji Saturday being Andrews was held the meeting of the Royil at their houfein when Sir Godfrey nwdal given afirlually rnoit eftemccl pi was fented to tfie Williara hfbefng For his moft curious enquiries concerning the Mounts Vefuvius and of volcanos in general after which the Society proceeded to the election of a new Council and Officers for the year 1772 upon exami ning tlie it appeared as follows of the old James Efq Members eiefted into the Guftavus Henry of Gowin Robert Lord Bi fhop of Sir WilJJara M Daines John James Jolia Samuel Matthew Charles r 1 And fhe orfieers for the enfuingyear James Efq Samuel liftij Cliarles Morton and Matthew Afterwards the Society dined together at the Inner On Saturday the upper quarter of Moorfields was and put up for making a new road from near to Bifhopfgate S nvo men were committed to thc Poultrycompter by the for furtiier charged with fro raring a d aft ibr with an intent to a merchant cf the Sinctlie end of bii tiieie have beencom raittetl to the fevcral gaols more than 80 prifonersfor of Ins Majeftys to Mils of Great of to of the fame At her Telia of At in Old wifr of mafterof Alices Ac her in the Lady of Theodore Efq of Boviijgdojilioufe in At Jane rdicl James fifter to Elizabeth who died a few days Aged in ed cf her 2 wife of in Heary B A N K R U P T Walfingham of ef broker to reodertiie and i ithof Janu at ten ib Attor John French nod or life of fee pgriiTiof Co painter te furrender rhe oi at in the the I4th pf at ouriji tHt aqd of itten in ar in Lrncolns of M foren foar inthe and nth jf at tri in the in of Tower Royal mer chant I4thand iSthof at five in ike aittd fore in nwor fate of near the dealer and j toftrr tender of ami t in at ionJonl in Rdufltree and Robert of mer chiflts and to fu render yvh and of De and the at or ot to of the city of hooper and mtr chant the 41 h at elrvcu in the at Head FINAL Philip Stanhard and Philip Tay of the city of Nor and partners the 2 of at the atthe Maids Head in thepaiifli of and in the city of George Wilfon and WiUum of the town and county of NewctflJe merchants and partners the of at three in the ac the CuAom houfe in Newcaftle upon Elyvin and William of the city of Nor tfjrri pierchants the jth of at three in be at ihc White Swan in the of Peter of in the city F i MMD i v i of in finall waremajiufaiSurer and mcfrfiadt the of at tkree jn the ac Cromptons in Maochefter Certificates fe be alVwtd to Robert Newbfrn in North but pow refiding in London j on or before the I ft of of in dealer in cattJej on or beferthe aift of of hofierj on or before the aiA Abraham Jate partner with Pepper of the Hamlet of MileEnd New in the parifh of otherwife ia Middle brewer j on or before the Zft of LIST of P R IZ E dtawn on Prize of Prize of Prizes of each 20844 43787 34446 11117 21360 31780 7313 49111 Prizes of each t 31679 23247 36181 5256 38670 48520 32427 9375 27469 40324 18113 30035 22772 17X26 9103 1417 18040 45735 24810 5863 ai9J4 18210 23206 34630 40885 6039 49363 315S9 8130 28746 ii68iS 7740 47034 43SU 39346 10357 41712 10195 32942 21476 34089 43865 8922 43f9 S36 2U73 25541 35357 23C93 iKiS 18033 37486 24252 131107 48814 435S3 14174 681 48990 2861 27904 42742 27626 17440 19714 4759 1752447945 18539 11432 22931 4554 40994 39330 171 6127 43795 47174 6375 15523 44540 38297 21831 42791 15816 14342181448246 3581 21159 32989 36020 37400 9273 34212 41K9 43463 35942 4795 4793s 9S 16526 1374 16616 10167 5339 26868 28159 41281 3257 30048 4738 44495 816 11438 13318 42610 3711 33415 3067 41164 31183 41363 36835 31909 26463 5399 5637 1353646611 19846 2Sy2o 14106 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PARLIAMENTfef Relief in tle rrwtMr of Subfcription will on Mo and every le at the Feathers Tavern in and every fiiday at the to be by afe A Member of the J arterrd from one o A third the wSJ be heW at the Feather OQ Wednefcay the tbof Decembeiv from eleven to defircus of corteponStog thet are rwjueneid to direft their letters Secretary of the Strand V may io ftreetj and C in the Poultry in Pauls Ghurchyard j and in WHEREAS GEORGE f in the county of Chefter on ihe i8th of affixed all his eftate and effeas unto Robert oi and l9beri of 5tockport in for benefir of all the faid George whofliall execute the deed of affisnment on or before Old next NOTICE is hereby That the faid deed of alignment is new in the hanrj of Robert in Stcckport in to be executed by the faid creJirors who at the time of to Isavc ali account of their rsfjieflive debts with the raid Robert And all thofe do not execute the faiddcedof the time before will be excluded the benefit of any dividend undpr And all perfons indebted unto the faid George ElUfon are required forthwith to pay their refpcdive debts to the faid Roberf EUifon who will make a divideivd of he at WhiteLion Inn in Stockport on the afors Taid Old Candlemasday E W This Day teas Price SIX Overtures adapted for the Harpficbord or Piano cornpofcd by Printed for the Author fold and Pauls yard jand rrioft MuficAops town and Whre irsny bs hacJj by the ftme Six Sonatas for two Violins and a price S x LeiTorts for the Harprjchord or 4 Six three for a Viqloncjlio and three for a price Trice rtaatly A Short Account of the Wonderful CONVER SION to CHRISTIANITY of SOLOMOK lately a learned and Teacher of feveral Extracted from the published in the Dutch language By H M And wifh a Preface and R By the Mirufter of the ProteftaBt Lutheran Chapel in the Now firft tranfiated into Printed for at church and in Ccckfpur Charingcrcfe and fold by ail the bookfcliari in town and or Oat of fome grounds near in the county of on Tucfdav nipht the jgth of November A Darkbrown about 13 lands with a fwitch a lictls white on one of bini Alfoj the fame a M A R 14 handj and a vith a cut fififyj lix years and a few grey hairs onher Whoever will give intelligence of one or both of the fa id to of DvuUey t as they may bo ftiaii receive out guinea reward and all Ihis Day ivas Jn One larsre in Irice ANEW FRENCH In two The Frenchand the Cngiiiri and Several hundred words notto be found in any of ths dictionaries hitherto 1 Ue various meanings of oiten explained by French EnkKfh The of and and the conjugations of The irregularities of ilu pirfs of To wliich ii prefixed a tRLNCH Itov o forna tlie 13y T H O M A S D E L E T A N V J L L for aad in the A 22027 4449 12917 14115 REMOVET frorrj 8 T A G A G Ci O N S AND now fet out from CASTLE and F A LCO NT I N N in ALDERb O AT E ViR London j for O and ctayat two oclock eacti a Gran evrry Werficfdiy and Saur by Day luas Jn Pr oe in SURVEY of the BRITISH CUSTOMS Containing the rat s of merchandize as eflablifhed by 11 other flatutes with tables of the net unutr all ciicumltanccs of importation arnj cxportaticn afo a and practical account of tlie fcvcTil branches of tkie revenue called tha With an contan ag afi of ail the laws now in relative io the Thewhole 0071 tinued to the end of the iViTion of 5 III By S AM U E L Of the Printed for oppq in the Bbcjcfsiljt Tliii Day vsas in The with the Adfiiiion of 10 new and 1C R O G R IA J LIUSTRATA 5 The in various rew of a and of a Ohfcuva drawing ail minute by the hyht of or by a to sTfat j with a oi the cither now in a Hilary and An By G EO M And by him a in j in isnd ;