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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 29, 1771, London, Middlesex Prlee Twopence TCJ ES D A NoC Sold by in Paternofterrow Adverafements and THIS tre Articles of Letters from dre ilfo In at the Corner of iiu Charingcrofs artf inj tad chdfe to Bfe feiSred ftitih J aita JBXXCBXHUI CharingcroJs FoURtWtf OCTOBER L O N B O N 6 A Z E T T OCTOBER f the PrivyCouHcil is now deputed for the ofthe building ofthe light and to the gro fteps for making a wet in this for the down large and tother pur pofes of ebmraJprce rftudi wanted The to ra The of any rem edies and has taken that branch of police out the hands of the and fent an officer from Brufiels with full power to prder the cattle to be and to take neceflary precaution to a ftop to this Yefyrday etnsived a iteil from Pacha and feveral other sfficers Have beeti beheaded by order of the Grand having abandoned the Crimea without making any effort to defend it their heads Tvere cxpofed at gate of the Frontiers of AdiniralElphinftones retreat occafioned that of great number of were in who would not under fiom that the at the head of pafedthe The confiiering that the mines makes the greateft part of the riches of Swedepjis refolved to encourage in his dominions ingenious who killed in working iron other The in order to fecond his hitve refolved to allow certain and franciiifes to owlis where fueh woridnen mall ind intend to make iifchilftufti privileged fituate in Lake by which it comroumcated to this aad to the two and ftirrounded with and producing all forts of makes it es for carrying on fuch nlghf the place whereat manufadtories are from the Court London to their Sardinian In laft nights Gazette the Speaker ofthe Hoilffof Commons gives he ftaK iffuehis wanant to the Clerk of the to make out a for electing a Burgefs to ferve in for CaU liagton in Cornwall in the rooin Effj at the erid of 14 days fiora the A fifth part ofthe great ffwm Leeds to Liver which will fee 108 miles in been compleated in about nine Letters from Devonfhire that the tjd copper mines in that county have been lately and prove very Silver has alfc been found in fome particularly at Comb A letter that a veffel from unluckily oraTet at fea on the nth by which accident five perfons were The from Barcelona to who failed from the coaft in and was thought to have has been piloted into the river a Dutch where the crew confeffed they had thrown and fold part of the cargo being in they applied to a Dutch and they fufpecling the crew confeiTed the and the fliip and cargo to be fold the nth of for the benefit of the The LordMayor Elect has engaged nine footmen to attend him during the year of his mayoralty the livery to ba white and We are defired to afiure the that the re fleftion in our paper of in the article rela tive to the fuppoftd bm mat of fo far as it relates to the Ecclefiaitical Court of Litch is totally void of A ladyin the crowd at Drurylnne theatre on Monday ftnvkig to get up to the two ha1 the misfortune to lofe one of herihoes fhe did not confider this lofs of fo much confequence as to impede the gratification of her longing defire to fee tte raree msw therefore trampled iip one fhoe on and the other and get into the gallery the third fourth with the additional lofs of her To fupply the defi ciency of her fhe tied a handkerchief round her and in that manner walked nfter the play This makes good an old A il havft her wnv tfiniioFi flip and lothof aft tea in the at in RogerSjiakefpcir now or wiiie partner J to furrenJer the zd of five in the and of the fame and at four in the af at David Edmund both of in Clk manufacturers nnd partners to furren der the I5th and i6th of and jotb of at three in tlie Royal in in Days appointed for making the Dividends of Bankrupts Eftates to Robert of In the Borough of in cornchandler the ijth of Novem at eleven in the at John of in but or lite of in trie faid To WANTS a Place iri a Country tcj ferve in a young who has ftrved an apprenticefhip in of Unexceptionable arid good Inquire ot at HaverhiU Suffolk ot APERSOM of about years of who has had a genteel would be glad to on a cither fn edacity of a or to loot after children fhe underltarids French and is very handy at her isjst llinic to cochply with any thing that may be except kitcben work if to gi it would Any whom this miy ihali be Baited a line for at and lifetff in innholtler arid the 25th of ten in the fore irtfae fign of the William of the city ot upholder the 2jd st four in the at the Nags Head in in the city of FI NAL John late of thepsrifh of in dealer and chapman the 3cth of at four in the afcer FINAL 1771 STOLEN or Laft Sunday from near in Bay three years about 14 hands clean with a flar in her a hanging two white fsst and was never bring the faid mare to John of fhall receive two guineas and ail reafonable She walks and centers very but when flic trdts out fhe goes A feized with a witfi great lamtnuc and pains in her She aept and the next morning her fever was much laft night the fm illpox broke but her Royal Highnefs flept is in as fine a way as can be George Efq who was fworn in Mayor oif this town and county on Friday inftead of giving a ball in the evening as was ex applied the money to the relief of the by giving two large loaves of and to a great number of indigent Saturday laft arrived at his fathers in the James Efq late Minifter Plenipotentiary to theCourt of after aa abfenca of three isnow living at head of who in of her with all her Her prin cipal diet is bread and fmall The inhumanity of fome people to this poor woman has been that they pulled down the chimney in her and broke her window fo that ftie has lived fome time without On Monday died the Edward who has been Minifter to the congregation of Proteftant Diffenters in the cattle of in this 39 He founded the firll charityfchoel among the Difienters in this S H I P N E w s Wind Remain his Majeftys bark India the for the Grenades for Africa for Georgia Admiral for Faimouth for Barcelona for Dartmouth for Spam for Plymouth j Langrifh Corbett and Elizabeth Hi for Parted by the from Hudfonsbay from Peterfburgh Charming and Brodetickj from ARRIVALS at trie following Ports from at from at Seven from at from at from at fom at Prince of from at JPrndent from at have her On Sunday laft Rainsforth arrived in town from his Royal Highnefs the Duke of he left at Genoa in perfecl health oh die jth A letter from Lord Hun Lord of the Bedchamber to his Britanniclc arrived here laft He had yeiterday the honour being prefented to the and the Royal by Wrlliatn Efq Envoj Extraprdinaiy and Mioiflw was woman will 1 wo men to on account of the murder of a man fome time ago in On Saturday a man was taken into cuftody in New charged with being concerned with another in ftealing Bank notes and money out of a room intheSuffex about three weeks An eminent linendraper in being disordered in iis cut his throat lail and ftabbed himfelf in feveral Oa Saturday night a jewellers wife in Salitbury being difcontented flung herfelf into the river at and onMonday morning her body was taken up near the Old Yefterday 12 prifoners were tried at the five whom were caft for and T The Robert oF Efnanuel near rela rnafter of thatcollege to the reclory of in Bucks which he is to iold by difpenfation wbh the rettory of in the county of The Richard Chand late of Trinity rectory of in the county of void by The Lady of Colonel of a at his houfe in Or WiJHam of his Majeftys yoth regiment of to Mifs of of the to Mife Betfy late of At New Lieutenant Henry ofthe aid fon of Sir Jeffrey of in Heitford to Mifa daughter of PoftMafter at At Jofeph Efq formerly an officer in the Scotch At his houfe at Samuel At in mother to wife of mafter ofthe academy in Lant At Chriftopher Efq aged upwards of who had been many years J an officer in the At in Charlas Efq formerly a gunfmith in Hol 3 Athishonfe inGreat Elizabeth Great relicl of late Jacob of Hannah wife of William of Creditors of EDWARD J of in the county of are hereby defired to fend an account of both as to his and perfonal on or before the day of November unto Tliomas and William both of Birmingham fto whom he tiiavj and effecls of the Edward Sher wood are amgned and conveyed for ths benefit ef his And all perfons who ftand indebted to the faidEdward Sherwood are hereby respired immediately to pay their refpeftive debts to the faia Hadley or or they will be on Wednefdaythe ot November wind and weather a SURVEY be held at the houfeof at for SELLING from to feet of MAHOGANY out of the fhip lately ilrandcd there alfo the Ships between and 400 with now in the harbour of Marys to the higheft for ready money For further particulars apply to John at Penzance or to John at Marys D ESERTED from the 3oth regiment of commanded by John quartered ac JOHN a private 5 feet inches ao pale pitted the tlraisrht and well by a born in the town of in the county of play upon the baffoon 5 tlaferted troin raiment then quartered at Newark the icjvh of Oilober and is fuppofed gone to wasiaBeiion in and to have a forged beating Whoever fecures thefaid fo as he may be brought to as a dcfrnuder of the of andOf his and gives notice to the Commanding Officer of the fair regiment at or to John Efq Aentto the faid in fhall receive two guineas over and above the 20 allowed by of K N T George At Meeting of the on beluilf ofthe HO P PLANTERS within the Eaftern and Weftern divifion of this to confider of the moft effectual method tor preventing the unlawful Importation ofHOPS of FOREIGN GROWTH into this it was re folved as follows That it is the opinion of thefe CofniriitteeSj the moft feffbflnal method for the followed the fame employment whert he lived at and has not been heard of fines by his friends is and will apply to at the hear of fomethin to hh ad f any give iiLrmaiin of dead or they ihall be rewarded for thtir wiiti WHEREAS it hath been nalicioufly reported by James at the Angel to my thut my are now infeiled with the and that week 1 was obliged to lend fix with the fame infection I declare that this report is totally falfc and that during the ttrm of years btcn in been fo happy as never to have had fuch a in my ftables WILLIAM BlackBull FRANCIS B A R WHITELION INN in RETURNS his finccre thinks to the and for thtir part favours and begs leave to inform them that he and will enter upon the SWAN INN in WOOLVERHAMPTONj where he hopes for the continuance of rlitir as utmoll care will be fatten to make thejr in every refpecl reafonable and their moft obliged humble FRANCIS Neat PodChairs aria i FT NAVIGATION r n the TRENT Compiutv of Proprieijrs of r i Ji tion hereby iivi the Turn of on creiiit cf iio the and from tlicnce the of an in thj joth yeir of the reir his prefent at an intereil of per svhich will he naid in nrpferenrtn apv the faid The fum of proprietary ftcck of the company Iiath been expended in this which is now compleated for he full length cf 58 of which 48 ars Perfons willing to advance all or any of the faid are defired to apply to and in Colman London Francis Efq inLichneld in Stifford or Cierk to the in to the of has a large and commcdiorjs at in Midief8X late m the occupation of Lady Mry Tryon nnd has prepareJ i for the reception of yourj His terms are twe tyfix guineas for teaching fix guineai and hi will taice care to provide the brft maftcri tor and every proper Parr will open fiefeool on J4th iniiant As a i preJUiikjitl my heefl in reflect to my corduft on Thurfdjy I find myfelf under the ncceilay of publicly denving I neither nor the unhappy Hlto which the young Gentlemen were I ulcd every method in hiy power to check their violence gave theqi the moft I wiil juft prefentatioh of my competitors For of my I appeal to every peifon who faw me that SAMUEL r Rkhard of Lombard cordwairter to furrendtr the 6th aod J5th ef of at four in the Jacob Moreira an J Haim of in the parifti of Matthew 3eJmal in preventing the unlawful Importation of Hops of Foreign Growth into this will be to give a at therate of TEN POUNDS per ton ro any porfon who fhallgive information of fuch Hops which fhall be fo unlawfully Co that the fhall be feized and condemned to be paid out of a fund to be eftablifhed for that That fuch fund be raifed by a voluntary con tribution of one per acre for every acre of hop ground in each parifti in this to be paid by the Planter to the of fame other proper cf fuch who are rgquetted to the farnf and to pay the contribution of fuch pawfties as within tie Eartern divifion of this county George of ihc city of Canterbury and of fuch pariflies lie within tUe Weitern divifion of this connty unto Thomas of Maidftonej who are appointed Treafurers to the fame and to be applied from time to time for the as thefe Conmitteei hall diiecl and John in is appointed by tbe Corniriitteea receive informations of Frreign Heps unlavrtully Imported as and to do what hall be neeelfery and partners 5 tv tKe 5th 3jr3 r6th of Day was Price T SECOND Revifed and TKE GOVERNESS Little Female Calculated for the and infjihidion of young Ladies in their Bythe AUTHOR A look adapted and exceedingly proper for the ufe of Printed for To ths ADVSNTUREHS in tbe prefent W and OOODLUCK did Uft year acquaint the they were of the calculation op the STATE LOTTERY ana that the numbers therein liood a better chance for prizes in and capital ones in thao others promifcuoufly Iri order to convince the world no impofition could bit a containing numbers ine haif of the tery before the Or j wing fealed with City cif the after thefinifhiiig of the optmd ai the vlaniionhoufe fevcral 5 wtiea it oat capital prizes bi vng number in the Lottery were fifty two in the the two thi three iour out of five fevcn out of ten of fourteen out or twentytwo out of thirty RICH ARDSOS and GOOPVUCK flatter them ihe fucccfs ot the calculation lail year will be a AifJicenC proot their to others anJ having Molefworth the numbers in thr calcu the prefent Lottery heg leave to inform tne that they are now felling in Ticket and from a Half a Sixtyfourth at their oppfftte the next to in rvcarthe Royal and the corner of CurnhiH and Manfroiihoufa whert all bufmefs felatiVe to is with fidelitv and In fevcra who by vertifemints are that the asoVc of the calculation and meantto i beg leave an mputi ion to our vrhile we continue ro fell th rtcfc as low a prke as any other The pol we own much beholden Me fhe whether H can be ah impofition and notwithftandit enieavoufs of our enemies to psejudice we hope continuance of the public ftj long at of dealings may The Lottery begyis Drawing the iSth ;