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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 8, 1771, London, Middlesex Price Twopeace From OCTOBER Sold by B LAD in Paternofterrow where Advercifemcsitt THIS Articles of and Letters from ire alfo io FJeetflreeii at the Corner of tfer Strand A A w A 2 f IT T1 f of Intelligence are taken in and where thofe who cbuft to be wi id to UnqwHAjiT the opposite at the Corner of tfteStrand the bottom of Charingcrofs j Coraer of CBaringcitirs j Su in New Bondftreet aifd NO WHERE OCTOBSR C 6 U N T R Y N E W OCTOBER Saturday there was the greateft corn market we have had For fome Seed wheat bore a great New by the old meafure of nine gallons and a went from to and fome remarkably fine as high as very BaWey fillsin pricey and to be tolerably cheap jurid it is thought that wkeat mBft as fte prices botchers meat in this market on beef threepence half farthing tSVeepence arid thebefl veal O T L A N We hear from that there was lately difcovered in the found of a kiln in Minoney in that the bones of four fuppofed to have been 8 H I P N E w Wind Wows Arrited the and from Jamaica and Marquis of from the Gre Came down and with the fhips as the Georgia for Georgia Heart of for Carolina Pennfylvania for Philadelphia for the 5 and for 7Faffed by the from Rouen from Oporto from Kitts and from ARRIVALS at the following Ports from at from at from at Empreft of from at Yar from at Peter and from at Portf fiwn at ffen and Nantz at L O N D 6 Orders are for fome additional apartments to fittedop atthe Queans for the ufe of his Koyal tfighneik the of aftdhis houfe Yefterday the Earl of Rochford arrived at his houfe in from his feat at in The following letter was received on Monday by Sheriffs at the time of the cafting up the A letter received yefterday frora theGrange in Hampshire that the Earl of Northington is over by his 41 I bfifeech you to pardon a faanger prefuming to give you7a hint in the execution of your As the name of Alderman Bankes ftands lowell on the board behind you may poffibly overlook its The ririe has lately keen introduced of declaring who hashad the loweft number duly elected it was fo in the cafe of the Middlefex elec You will aot to kt prejudices anf ing from cufEom determine you not to tranfgrefs a rule fo lately eftabliihed and eftabliihed too Vy fo very an authority as the preient moft vir and uncorrupted Houfe of Monday After the bufinefs at Guildhall was over on Tuef the LordMayor Eleft went to the Manfion houfe in the ftatecoach with the prefent Lord where a grand entertainment was at which were the following Sir Charles and the two the Common Town There were upwards of too difhes brought to befides a grand and a fine piece of con At a of Aldermen held yefterday at the afize of bread was continued the forne as laft A claim of Orphan ftock was made oil behalf of the orphan of Jofeph de and feveral perfons were accordingly drawn of the wheel to make room the find orphans Thomas lately elected was admitted and fworn into that By authentic accounts from we that a perfon concerned the publication of a vio lent periodical lately had a conference there with who boafted he that would fell 5000 papers a provided he could receive an adequate for his Yefterday a Court of Enquiry fat at Upon aa late of a marching now in the for throwing fome reflections on the relative to their behaviour in Germany the Opinion of the Court is to be laid before the We have been favoured with the farther BXttbentk particulars concerning the late unhappy eJopetnttitofalady of diftirvTi ion in men tkmed in our laft The Captain was nephew the and had always been intended by him M which quality he would have fuc to a fortwne of When they were pvertakeft at the in the tion of his left his behind in which were only Befides they did not feem to have any other effects of value about them fo that the account in fome of the papers of tfi ladys off thirty thoufand pounds worth of jewels with is not The General having called in the Waiter to reconnoitre the after afkirig him whether he fliould kaow her and being anfwered in the but fent her a hundred pounds to bear her charges home to her One circumfhuice rather fortunate pened in this affair the de termined the night before at loatJed piftolsin the refolntion to defend hirfrrrif againft but the fady infifting on their being unloaded as fhe declared fhe could not fleep with loaded piftols in the the Captain took out the which probably prevented on the purfuers breaking open the door of the chamber where they The following letter was fent to the Governors of HaiTOwfchool by the preriaus to the election on Thurfday QuicquiJ the fenior in the voice of the whole having received that you contrary to the manifeft defire of each of to appoint or fome other perfon from as fuccelTor to our late S carneftly defire you would in fome meafure take under your conuderation the unanimous wifhes of the whole which are univerfally declared in favour of As we moft of Us are in fome degree independent of the whatever may be your we prefumeour inclinations ought to have fome weight in determining your We are informed your only objection to Pair is his which indeed his found abilities and diftin gisifhed morality fufficiently If you con fider the of his nrccleceffor when elefted the difference will be found Our natural far fuch a perfon educated at en forced by the confirmation of his many good quali are fufficient reafons for our preferring We cannot help being furprifed at your fo ftrongly fupnorting a man from as there appear fo many to any One from that laie maAars abilities were fuch as ntthat time ruirynu thorifed your choice but when a perfon like whofe capacity yourfelves cannot object affifted with fo many is univerfally pro a mafter from any other place would be need and therefore we natter ourfelvss requeft will not appear A fchool of fuch re as our late mafter has rendered ought not to be confidered as an Appendix to Eaton nor mould that by which it has been raifed to fuch be fubverted by continual innovations from another Parr cannot but be ac quainted with thofe rules which his predeceffor has and will confequently aft the for mer fucceisful We hope in your determination private attachments or perfonal affeftion will not biafs your choice to the prejudice of the A fchool cannot be fupported where every individual is towarcs the mafter neither will dtfregarded in their want opportuaities of fhewing their It is hoped that an anfwer will be given to our if will ever claim our moft grateful the was taken particular notice of by the Prince of Conti during her tour to France we has lately in the politeft manner fent her over fome elegant which fhe exprefled herfelf greatly pleafed at his The Charming from brings that Admiral Rodneys fquadron arrived there the of July On Monday laft the from went on more near and is bulged the mailer aad crew Yefterday about four confider able damage was amongfl the hipping and craft on the by the violence of the wind many of the in broke loofe from their and the tide oi flood coming drove them again ft each by which feveral were As a further proof of the ftrieT attention paid by our Chief to the welfare of every individual of the the on hearing there was a fire in on Monday immediately went and attended until fuch time as it was happily During the part of the wall which furremndec the churchyard of fell down by the weight of the people that were upon it to fee the when one man was and feveral greatfy The fame night as one of the fire engines was running with great fury alonj it fel and two firemen that were en it broke their Sunday a young man was found in the road be tween Dartibrd and with his throat and his body otherwifc much Monday as in Covent was going to the he was feized with an apoplettic aad carried honiff where he expired in Ids than i The perfon who was detected a few days ago in ftealing paper out of the fitting Aldermans room at has a real eftate of about per and is reckoned worth about not as was hear the property of the paper ftolen by the above perfon cannot ealily be and therefore it likely hewill be On Monday evening about nine 3 gen tleman was down and rebbed by thFeemeh in near who took jirom him two guineas and and made off up Parfclane ihto The ami between nine and a geri leman andhis wife in on their return from Cenfington were as is fuppofed y the fame three men about 300 yards on the other ide Tyburn who robbed them to amount of and made off towards Pad On Sunday night as Clerk to an attorney in the and another young were returning to town from Hampftead in a fmgle it broke down when the former had us leg and arm and died Yefterday morning early a man was detected in reaJing lead from off the new chapel in Brompton Being he was lodged in the round Kllfe We hear Adam Efq of is ap joirtfed Agent of the 3 iftregiment of in the Auguftin Efq JoceJin Efq to be Captain of i tfocp in the third regiment of in the of George Efq who John Efq to be QuarterMafter to the royal regiment of in the room of Efq who The Lady of William Efq delivered of a ion at their houfe in At Margarets by the Dean of the Lewis Canon of to Mifs Mary daught er of the Honourable and niece to the Earl of at to Mifs daughter of linendraper at Efq of to wid w At in trfq to Dully At in Waher to Mifs Ruth both of that At the Richard to Mifs only daughter of Robrit of in the county of The Francis Reftor of Exeter college iti the Univerfity of and Dean of At the John of Mi n in the Ifle of Oilman a Dutch merchant of this At Ifling wife of near Efq of Cliffe in in Queen hardwareman in In a widow in In the Dif featiig BANKRUPT Henry of the parifh of in innhclder tn furrender the nth at four in the the izd at ten in the nml igth of at four in the at John of tie of in viftuallerand Uihrender to furrendcr the i6th and z6th and igih of at ten in the at Curfitors Days appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts Fftates to Abraham of merchant the 6th of at three in the atCromp tons Gregory of in broker the of at three in the at the New CoffeeHoufe and in the City of Alexander of rhe parifti of in Middlefcx mtfUier the ijth ef at five in the at FINAL John of the parifti of Giless in the in linendraper the nth cf at five in the at Richard ot Wandfwor in callico printer and cutter the zd of at in the fore at Wingfield and John Page the of Lon merchants and copartners the 7th of at five in the afternoon at Jofeph of in fugarrefiner the ift of at ten in the at Edward late of jeweller and goldfnaith j the 30 h at ten in the at the in THEATRICAL There perhaps never appeared fo good a Hodge in a as of Dnirylane theatreirHe laft night divided the applaufe of the audience with Rofetta we doubt with alittle inftrudHon from our inimitable her delivery of the will prove a favourite with the If King had any it was by exceeding that probability of natural Sim plicity we fuggeft to ourfelves of a country uninform ed ruftic but however he might offend the feverity of critical he gave the moll ample fure to every by a bold and ftriking although perhaps his feverally duTtcted might to the eye of clofe afpear too rHS the of has puAhiiW large an3 commodious at in late the occupation of Lady M has jirepirej it for the reception of young arc guineas for teaching and and h will care to the 6ej for every Jwoper will open his fehool As s jwejniicizl Vji in refpectto my cordiiS on Thurftij 1 my fe If under the denying nor ewcouraged the unhappy i the yoang GentleirwrV every method in pawej tfieir vfi gava them the moft I will juft re prefentati n i f my competitors For the propriety of my I appeal to every peifon who faw ipe that 1771 SAMUEL been nM and BROOKSBANK and Stock at adjoining the corner of and at thehacl ofthe Royal fell TiCKETS anr SHARES of in and in a greit variety of and rn the moft advantageous terms that can be offered to the At their Office feveral of the moil capital Prizes in aJ moft all the pad Losteries have been fbarerf and fold j and the adventurers with as much depend os an equal degree of fortune as ths mofl boafted calculation can infure All Prizes and Shares of Prizes folrl af this Office will paid as foon as drawn and all Tickets intituled to in rhe feveral Lotteries are here The Lottery begins drawing on Monday the itn of November next Schemes of with every particular relative are given and fenc to all our All Letters punctually anfwsred and every branch of Cufmefs relative to the or to the Public is conduced on the moft juft and equitable By the publics very humble BROOKSBANK and 177 and T R A C at their State Lottery j5 the fronrbf Lloyds Lpnibardftreer SELL SHARES of TICKETS in Thiity ancf in preat at the loweft and on as terms to the purchafers as poliyile to be done by thxe much ovnich ws humbly fubirlit to he impartial judgment of the on muft confidur it merely as a mort grofs inJult on their a the Tickets are put togather in the and from thence drawn which utidoubteHly renders any cal culation totally uncertain and ablbiutely impoffibJe tho it is even pretended thnt proof cf its autenticity are to be which can only hs to influence the mines of ths and deceive tiiofe who are unacquainted with the nature of We lhall therefore rely for a tinuance of the favours of the on the puDcluallity and integrity of our Several capital prizes were and at this office in the lalt lottery a prize of loco fold in twelve and a prize of fold in eight Corvecl Numerical and Regiiler Books of the Drawing of the Lottery are Tickets and Shares are Rejiliercdju per and the mofl fpecdy account of their fate to any part cf Ail Shares fold at this orfice wilt be examined gratis and the Prizes and Sharei of Prizes paid agreeable to net of Tickets and Shares Infured during thedrawing which begins on Monday the iSch of Not Two Blanks to a Schemes Letters portpaid duly in the country may have Tickets and Shares lent by remitting good bills at or Ihoi t date on Lojifion and if they remit thing may depend it fhall be punctually paid to their and SouthSea with their fevers India B and Exchequer and all kind of Government bought and fold by To the ADVENTURERS in the prefent LOTTER WHEREAS RICMARDSOtt and did Uft year acquaint the that they were poifeiTed of the calculation on the STATE LOTTERY and that the numbers therrin llusJ a better chance for prizes in and capita ones in than others promifcuoufly In order to convince the world that no impofition could be a containing numbers half of the tery before the Drawing fsaled with the City and that of the Lord after the finifhing of the opened at the Manfionhoufe before his aad feveral other refpectdble gentlemen when it out of fcventytwo capital prizes be ing the whole number in the Lottery thrre were fifty two in the the two the three four out of five feven out of ten of fourteen out of twentytwo twentytwo out of thirty MefTrs RICHARDSON and GOOD LUCK flatter the fuccefs of the calculation laft year will be a fiifKcien proof that their tickets are fuperior to others and procured from Molefworth the numbers in the calcu lation on the prefent Lottery beg leave to inform the that they are now felling in Tickets and from a Half to a Sixtyfourth 3t their opposite the Ad next to the SunFire in nearthe Royal and the corner of Comhill and oppofite thf Manfionhoufe where all bufinefs relative to the Lottery is tranfacled with fidelity and In anfiver to feveral interefted who by their are daily that the above of the calculation is and only meant to impofe we beg leave to that fuch an cannoc be to our while we continue vo fll the tickets fhares as low a price as any The public t whom we own ourfelves much beholden are the befr ju whether it can be an impofition and endeavours of our enemies tn prejudice we hcip continuance of the public fo long as thv of oar dealings may deferve The Lattery begins Drawing the i8th of N ;