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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 5, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5oi From SATURDAY January 5, to TUESDAY January i765 [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the Lqndon Gazette. * * Berlin^ Dec. 22* AST Tuefciay his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry, rhe King of Pruifia's brother,  arrived herfe* from the r he made to and f&ainburgh. Baron Stutter- Sunday the Hon. Earl Powlet, and his 1 Pemberton, M. A, and fellow of Ring's | To the Worthy new married L&dy, were introduced to their Majefties at Sr. JamesV. Lady Betty Germain, who was fo dange- roufly ill as to be given over, is now fo much recovered as to be fuppofed out of danger. was no playing at hazard on Twelfth-nighr, his Majefty has been pleafed to order a handfome prefent to be made to the Groom Porter. By letter^from France, it is faid5 a cer- college, Cambridge, was inftnuted to the Redory of UpivelJ, in the diocefe of Norwich, worih 6cc 1. a year and upwards, on the prefentation of William Greaves, Efq^ On Friday the Lady of Samuel Lafh-broke, Efq; of Clapham was fafcly delivered of male twins, who are both likely 10 live. On the 14th paft died, at Touloufe in France, Col. Forrefler, late Governor of Belleiile ; and was, according to his own tajn great Minifter, and his Secretary here,   directions, buried there in hi^aiden. - r       1      c Jw.im,M4nifterto   are reconciled, wirh which the public will this Court from that of Drsfden, arrived   be ve   foon acquaimed> here on the 20th inftaat ; and yefterday Saturday lait arrived at her moorings, at Lately died in Dublin, Mrs. Carter, aged 104. She wasgreac granddaughter to Arcii-bifhop Uiher, morning he had his fit ft audience of the Bjack WalJ lbe Dcplfoid lndiaman, Cap- A few days ago died, at his houfe King of Prmfia, and deli^red his letters of   tain pitt> from in China- in credence. Laft night Major General Nugent, who is to replace Genera) Reidt, as Minifter to this Court from that of Vienna, arrived here. Thurfday laft there was a grand meeting of the membeis of the Koy.ii Academy of ihis place, when the Princes Frederick Au-g'uftus and William Adolphus of BrunCwick, who are in the Piuifian fervice, wercchofen and received, with great folemnity, members of the faid academy. Their Serene Highnclles pronounced each a fhort har-rangue on this occaliou. Whitehall f jJ. The King has been plcafed to conttitute and appoint Wjliiam The True Love, Magens Nicolfon, from London for Dublin, was loft in Gerrans Bay, near Falmouth, and all the crew pe-riihed ; part of the hull is come afhore, and 'tis fuppofed fome iron will be faved. On the 14th of laft month the (hip St, Nicholas, Robert Ayrfom, mailer, bound from   St. Petei fburgii to London,  laden with iron and hemp, flruck on the ground about feven  leagues to the' Southward of the Spurn, upon the Lin-colnfbire coaft, where flie drived upon fandy clay, and ir is imagined has received damage below in her keel. They write from Minorca, that about the middle of November lait they had a Chancery-lane, Mr. Simon Stanton, a very able Conveyancer and Draftfman in the Courts of Equity. On Wednefday laft died the Rev. Mr. Elias Palairer, Preacher at the Dutch chapel in Sr. James's-houfe, and author of leveral at Huttoft, Burtuii,  John Orlebar,  John Wyndham    moft violent florin, in which there were Bowyer, David Papiiion, William Cayley, George Lewis Scott, Tnuuias h'owlby, aj^i iiemy Vernon, Efq-iirei, together with Richard Bago;, Lftjj in ilie room of John Bindley, tfq} to be ComiuiM'ioneis for the management and receipt of his Majefty's ievenue of Exciie and othei duties in England, Wales, and town of Berwick upon Tweed. The King lias been pleafed to conftitute and appoint John Barnaid, Efq; Sir James Calder, Bart. Edward Tucker and Marma-duke Guynne, Efquiies, together with James Bindley, tfq; in the room of Robert Thompfon, Jtlq; 10 be Commiffioners for managing the duties on ftamped vellum, parchment, paper, Sec, and alfo to conftitute and appoint John Brettell, Efq; to bo Secretary, or Chief Clerk, to tiie laid Com- iflioners. The King has been pleafed to conftitute Robert Thompfon, Efq> Surveyor of the Cuftoms in the out-ports of that part of Great Britain called England, the dominion of  Wales,  and town of Berwick upon Tweed, in the room of Thomas Durnraer, Efq, deceafed. BANKRUPT required to fur render. William Heapy, of Liverpool in Lancashire, Woollen-draper, ;rr the Plume and Feathers in Bridge-ltreet, UieLltr, Jan. 18, 19, Feb. 16. dividends to-be made to Creditors. Feb      William Sandys; of Fleet-ftreet, Dealer in Tea, at Guildhall. Jan. 30, John Blackall, of London, Merchant, at GuiklbaJJ. Certificates to he allowed* Jan. 16. John Knuetr, of Manchelter in Lan- calhire3 Liixntn-draper. Peter Peany, of Knotsford3 in the county of Ghefter; Tlwcad-maker. three fhips wrecked on that coalt, names not known, and all ihe crews perifhed ^ one of ihem was a Dajiilh galliot, oui of which fome of the caigo, and her colours, were driven afhore. The two laft Dutch mails were biought over by a Pilot of Helvoeiiluys, and anfwers were received to letters which went the i^vh, 18th, and zift, by way of Oltend and Antwerp to Amiterdam. The eledion of a Chamberlain will be this day fe'nnight. By an aft of Common Council triade in 1729, the Lord Mayor is to furamon the Livery to meet within 14 days after the death of the Chamberlain, for the eleftion of another. Formerly the office of Chamberlain of this City was in the gift of the King. King Henry III. in the fevenrh year of his reign, granted it to William Jerhers by patent; and the fame King, in the 53d year of his reign, gianted it to Walter Capes, during his pleafure. Sometimes there have been two Cham- treatifes in the learned languages. Wednefday lait diedj at his houfe at Suatford,  lVJr.  William Ben net, in pas t- neifhip with Sir Henry Bankes. On Friday died Mr. Jofepii Harris, Mercer, in King-ftreer, Covent-Gaiden. Sunday morning, rhe body of an elderly woman v�ai found dead in a lane near Mile-End, with many marks of violence about her; fhe was cairied to the bone-houfe for the Coioner's inqueft to fit on her. Articles ^/Intelligence, &v. f�--n the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Saturday. We hear his Royal Hi-linefs the Duke of Gloucefler will foon have die command o; a re- el men r. Certain advices :u'e recehed ic 1 lie Spai.i- formed 01.: tj;c;iiTi|-menc 01: Viiueida. i ardi have already the bonders of i'oiru^a] neai .Y.ineiua, ar.vi are in great forwanln^fs wirh anot.ier, to con hit of thirteen battalions a;.d twenty-four fcjuadrons. the King of Portugal has ordered ail his officers to join cheLr corps. It is confidently faid our court have this week received certain advice that two different: expeditions of the laft importance have for fome time paft been meditating in the cabinet of Verfailles. Wc are irrfbrroed the laft Weft India mail difptchedj  contained orders for Sir WillLm JBurnaby co grant a fufficient convoy from the fhips of his fquadron ro the Eritifh logwood carters in the Bay of Honduras, wirh pofirive orders ro repel any offered indignities by force. A draught of all Aich plans which the crown berlains together, as there were in the reign    of Great Britain have an undoubted right to in " " " the of Edward I. whofe names were John de Dunllaple and Siaion de Pari*, and both Aldermen,   [titowt's Survey9 172c, Vol* II. P. 379-] Tiie poll at the election of the late Chamberlain in 17Jj, was as follows: Mr. Deputy Harrifon Mr. Glover   - B^y of Hoiu'uns, we are informed has lately been made < ut 5 co/ies of which w^re this week i'ifpatched 10 rhe court of M*drida with the Miniifei's rinal fenumeuts therein. It is faid fevcral En^liih School matters 1929 Mr. Deputy Pycroft Mr. Deputy Hodges 542 474 43 o Mr. Harrifon   1929 LONDON Sunday being Twelfth-day, their Majefties went to the Chapel Royal, and heard a fermon, preached by the Rev. Dr. Parker: Mr. Glover Majority *JSS 574 ine Ki^nt Hon. tjie ^Q^L^vora as Confeivaior of the River or 1 names, ana the waters of Medway, has ordered his fe- veral courts, for this prefent year, to be held as follows: For Surry and Middlefex, for \ to cii.iMiin an academy drawijig and painri^.g in char ciiy, under his royal patronage. Ic is faid a prohibition for a cerr-un rim:, will fpeeJily be ifftud againit the exportation of wheat and barley. Extra& of a Utter from New England^ f Aug. 1764J to a wdiunA-s mil The fword of ftate was carried to Chapel    Wednefday April     and Wednefday, J hy Lord Bruce, and from by Lord Hynd- ford. And during the offertory, his Majefty advanced to the altar, and according to thecultom of the antient Kings of Eng- Wednefday Wednefday Sir Matthew Biakilton, Knt. Alderman of Bifliopfgare ward, has appointed Mr, land, offered three purfes filled with gold, Richaid Townfend, who waschofen one of frankincenfc, and myrrh, in comrnemora- the Common Council in the room of Mr. lion of the prelents made by the Eaftern Depuiy Long, to be Deputy of the ward Magi j after which thei-e was a numerous within, vacant by the rehgnauon of Henry appearance at Court on the fame occafion, Hall, Efq^ \yhen the Knights Qumpanions of the orders of the.Garter, J'hiHie, and Bath, appeared in the collars of their tefpeftivs orders, ,His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, who has for fome days been indif-j^ofedathis houfe in Grofvenor-fquare, is f
                            

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