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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 8, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The London Nilmb. $8oj From TUESDAY January      to THURSDAY January tb, 1765. [Price Two-pOti* Half-pennf From the London Gazette. Whitehall, Jan. 8. HE King has been plea fed to ord^ letters patent to be pa fled under the great feal of rhe kingdom of Ireland, containing a gjant unto Charles Doyne, Clerk,   of   the ___ place and dignity of the Dean of the chathedral church of St. Lazerian, otherwife Sr^ Lazarin, in tiie diocefe of Leighlio, in the faid kingdom, late Dean thereof. Toll The King has been pleafed to order like-wife letters patent, containing a grant unto Dr. John Averall, of the place and dignity of Dean of Emly in the faid kingdom, vacant by the death of John Brandieth, late Dean thereof. BANKRUPT required to fur render. James Rufey, of Well Cowes in the Iflc of Wight, Hampshire, Ship-builder, at the Fountain inn in Welt Cowes, Jan. 18, 19, Feb. 19. h Brown, of Minthinhampton in Gloucef- terfliire, Linnen-draper, Nag's head in Hriltil, Jan. 14, 15:, Feb. 19. er, of Rochtftcr 111 Kent, Ship-b' Guildhall, Jan. 15, 24, Feb. 19. of foot, in th& room of Capt. Gctf&on, who retires. His Majefty has alfo appointed Thomas greatly pleafed with the woman's behavi- our, as fhe was nor only veiy fpii^lvly and engaging in conver fa ion,   but  fun^ and Sewell, Gent, to be Cornet in the jd regi- J played on the guitar to pet faction. By \\\t ment of Dragoon guards, commanded by | defciiption given, fh- h hippufed to he ljme Sir Charles Howard. Mr, Vere, an eminent China-man in Fleet-itreet, is appointed Deputy of the waidof Faningdon Without, in me room of John Coles, Eftjj refi^ned. Edmund Malfey, Efq; i> appointed Captain of the Hedor, in the Hon. Ealt-India Company's fervice. Tuefday morning was married at Wal-thamftow in Effex, by the Rev. Mr. Green, Wadfworth BuQc, of the Middle Temple, �fq$ to Mifs Alice Parifh. At Beilin lately died M. Pierre Kretzch-mar, Counfeilor of State to the King; a man of great merit, particularly in agriculture ; in which he had made a great number of expenments. Not long before his death, he wrote a treatife on the extraordinary increafe of a grain of barley, an abitrad of which is briefly this : " A grain of barley was put laft fpring was twelvemonth in the earth, in a garden weildunged} it quickly (hot forth a turf coitipofed of fjveral (talk?, which the gardener feparated f�om the main root, and iranfplanied lingly.   Each of mefe branches woman who has for nea/ tv.o y.-ars pa.'1 obtained money, by :i:v.*){ing on the cm; padion and cieJuli y of ditie:eat peifo.i., 1.. town and country. Some few dap age, as z gentletim \vn tog in a large pc rd noi Yv oxiford V\ v�i*, he fell ff�methin ' heavv, which of� h�.-> v-i  d^avouiing 'o hrd, u ^ioke h..- !i:u- rem the rod.    It being nea.�  ni-iu  he dcfe.uv. looking any moietiil i.exi moinmg, w'i.-tk to his great furprize, he found the Jc- or an infant fattened to his hook, on wnich he got a drag, and f on found :ue remainder of thechilJ j uhicn b^ing itnrnedi rely noifed about, a genteel young girl in tru-neighbourhood fell into a molt extiavagam fit of crying, and on  being  queilioned, owned it was her child, that: tiie fitherwas* a man of pi open y, who, w nil it fhJ was with child, peifuaded her to lake fonwthi g to deilroy k in the womb, but ih:it uui having rhe dciijed eff.^t, he prevailed op her to drown ir. She was carried before a Juttice, who commi;:eJ her lo Cnelmaford ga 1 ^ the man has abiconded. are advifi-d, thit the late inceflanr rains there* have clnne fo much damage to che interior part or" r!iat Jdngdim, as rrt b: thought irreparable for iruny u.mrh*, ?m1 rohave increafed the hii-f- -y of 'h.  � .-.or T> much, rha# a general col- is ^oi:tt> lie made for them. � r 1   ( .he Wo* liy L:\e ymen uf uie Ciiy of f-u noon. l-\ I  !'K-r ta:-:i Office cf Ckamber- 4      1 ' ! ^      t 1: il ;;cu:\zblc City, beiTtfr fCorn -h:-.: l\xt\L .: S xtfrrj Ycs;s Deputy tlx,; ^'.*".V.; ;.,T,7/.' 7 ..7c ( >s I .i:^:-a'ts ihxrbt ;t rny . .c .iir /; vy ,-. >7,i >.?.; Rule to attend On Monday evening the C-'renei's inqj n. I^ooe i der, DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors. Jnn. 50.   Levi Jf.ucs, of the Strand, Embrdi- dercr, at GuiUiuJJ. Fcr'�. a.   Jaiv.es  'i homas, of  Union-court, in Old Broad ftrcet, Wine Merchant, at Guild- h:tlJ. CERTIFICATKS to he alhnMd. j.tn 29.   1'erei Caron, of Hell-alJey^ Colemaii- flreer, Jeweller. John Sreward, of Knigbtlbridge, Brewer. James Taylor, of Fejjchurch itrcct, Merchant. \T 0~N   DO  N       ~ T _ Tuefday her Royal Wghnefs the P/incefs Dowager of Wales had a numerous and fplendid levee at Leicefter-houfe. Tuefday tiie Right Hon. the Lord Mayor and his daughter waited upon her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales, and met with a gracious reception. Sunday the Duke of Newcaftle came to I his country houfe at PalmerVgreen, "near town from his feat at Claremont, for the | Edmonton, Mr. Wal'er Coleman, formerly forrn'd a new turf a^at iiiit, which were fe-    fat on the bedy ut Elizabe.h A.ien, wim paiaied and planted as befo;e; and thefe    fuppofed 10 have died of a wou-.d     her plants   thui  tranfplanted   pioduced  new    head, ^iven hei by Maiy Bell v. 1 h a pew- cn at thy l^t^fjs \ ahJ.: As 1.ir as >\zy m n. Pri'j:f;\ ' \ zens. . ;y Felloe Citi- .S'/'w;. -:t :uk r:c >-v:rt?y ?f this high Ofice^ grear o /., -'j~;'.r in- ferred  ;t i Se> v.znt, VllN cis Lllt0. (hoots, wliich being multiplied in this manner fuccellively tor 16 or 18 month.-, one (ingle grain v;qs found :o pioduce above 15,000 ears. This expeiiment pioves the prodigious fecundiiy of natuie 5 it is however 10 be noted, that a bufn.-l of bailey, cultivated in this manner, ivouid require a much greater nu.abei of ha:;ds� than the cuitomary meth.;d." A few days a-o died at Yeo\ il, in S ,mer-feifcire, William Robins, Gent, wno for many years adled as under SneriJi for the county of Gloucefter. Saturday night died, at his houfe near Sr. Alban's, Hertfordfhue, Jofeph Harwood, Efq; many years a very considerable merchant in the African tiade, by which he acquired a great fortune, the greateit part of which (dying a batchelor) he has left to his nephew, now at the Granades. Moodayiait died, aged hear eigh^, at \ ter pot, at a pubhe-houfe in OKi-lheet, ai'd was taken out of her ^rave af;er havir-g been buried feveraldays; whentiiey b ou^i;. in a verdict ag-jinft tiie faid Mary B?:l t>f mn.nilaugh er, who will lake l*er uial fur tne faid offcHce at the enfuing fcljun at tlie Oid Baily. "   - Tuefday noon Fawcettand Baik flood on tii: pi.Io.y in C ld-batu*ficlds, near the Small-pox. Hof^hal, for extoriing money from tiie turnpike-man near iha. place, under pre.en*:e of fwearing fodomitical practices a^ainlt him, and were fevdely pelted by the populace.   The above wretches are l I r CV-rnlhMj J.ir.tnry ^, 1-765. T> the Worthy Liverymen o\ tie City cf Ltitdsn* Gentlertocji) YO L' R fries, Inierefti  ctrul Poll (if r.e di'uh ate dejired J or Deputy^ FRANCIS E L L I CitizEN and Grocer, Tj fucceed Str Thomas Harrtfon^ dzcexs*d, as Cham-teri.iin 0; this honour able City, be trig a perjon well AJfcfed to bis Majefly King Ci a o a g e , and onr happy Confutation tn Church and State ; and a Z.e.iLns Ajfertor of the Rights and Privileges of its } eIt -zV'Citiz*fH. To the Wortiiy Liverymen of the City of London, winter. On Monday evening Sir Thomas Sewell, Km. Mafter of the Rolls, arrived at his houfe in Lincoln's-uin-fields, from his country feat. Tuefday his Grace the Duke of Leeds and his family, arrived at his houfe in St. JamesVfquare, from Minis in Hert-fordflme. We hear proper officers "are going over by the Suffolk packet-boar, which is to fail in a few days, to eitablifh a.poll-office in the ifland of Granada, which will be of great utility to the trade and commerce of the Biitifh colonies in America. On the 51 ffc pad, the floop Four Bro* thers, of Heath, in the county of Southampton, William Saffery, mailer, bound to Weymouth and Tinmouth, ladea with empty cafks and faggot wood, having car- 1 to Hand twice more } and the firlt to fuffer four years, and the latter two yean, impri-fonmeht in New Prifon, Clerkenwell. Monday night laft a villain broke the glafs window of Mr. Rooke, Silverfmith, near Hatton-garden, Holbourn,, and Hole fVom thence two wa;ches j but being pur-fued, he was taken and carried befvrj a Magiltrate, who committed him to piifori : he pleaded in his excufe, that a man p.:ihed him again ft the glafi, and that he ftoie th.e watches by accident, which plea was, not admitted. Articles 5/ Intelligence, 8r -om the PosibCRiPT; '7 ail tiu Eveni:i^ Papers of !"fi Tuefday. l'hry wiire f.om Ktun;w:ck, that die Hc.e-dir.try Prin-.efs h  fo well recover d un.-c Ii. r CjEST l.k M E N' , 2*H E Ojicc of Chamberlain- of this City^ ceing vacant by the Death of the lata worthy Sir U ion as hiarri:b:i, permit me to re- ifitefi ths FiZ-vcur of ycur Vote ana Intcref} to fucceed him therein ; andy jhwld I be fa hapfy to [be yonr Gk;ue, bs ^J] tired i w//, to tie pt:?:c(l cfr/ry A fa* litieS) en.Je sjour to dfchargf. the Duties of that important Trufl \ and grateful.y acknowledge the Oi.Hgatun conferrea on3      Gent'emen^ a woollen-draper in the Broad-way, Black-friars, On Monday evening advice was received from Bath of the death of Mr. Thornbo-rough, a Silverfmith, in Cheapfide. Monday night the remains of the late worthy Chambeilain, Sir Thomas Hairi- fon, weie inteired in the paiilh chinch of Cirencefter,   in Gloticefteiihiie, of which parifti his father was Mtnilter upwards of 60 years. A few weeks ago a genteel woman, about 25 years of age, applied to a farmer and Broom-maker, near MjJleigh in Hants, fur a lodging; telling him that fhe was me daughter of a nobleman, and forced from her-fathei's houfe by hi* ill ueaiment. Her manner of relating the lloiy fo ailedled iiie farmer, that he took her in and kindly en- I executed *�d richly ornamented, w\\:o'.\ his terjained her.   In the courfe of convejfa-    Majefly w*s pleuf.-J to receive in a moil     ci- Ai.i:k Li:;?, Jim. 4, i', I I i lyho-in, tn Ijc ^U4c to r.ike .1:1 ;.i:r'^ tV^-qiKMitly, wi'h tht young Pri-iccfi, uu.^nt-r, to ihc ^rear j ty of ihe wliok conrr \\'c li.'tr rliat -=- Allen, EHji Ue.iileir.^ri of th- Ctnm'jr. ro rhe QuevH, and win ]ite!y returned tr.-m al-r.'.M, h.is h .d the I: w;r�ur u jirrfenr bis Mujeit; \iiih n tiiv: colie'ti'. 11 of plans of -Jl tiie forts and irrririwd towns in Fr.uk c aj.d Fruiv h   Flajiders,   nviil chg ir.rly I I i 1 T:ur 7? op (bedient h:t'n:U Servant, Samlf.L FrEEMAKy Ci.izen and Vv'axchkJidJer^ P. S. SiiOUil I oi lie jM.yi!it5 tine ; ro;^r Re-f;.:ett ys.iiiy dr.e to tvziy Gent'en.a-i o( t.Se 1 ive-rv-i I lio, e ir will n.or be mi t.r^v' to any Ne�-l;ct, !*uc to      Diffiw'tilrj' I i.r^our ull^!erof pio- t;U2i:i^ correit liih n;: io ihor. a Canvafs. N.is. The Day of bJiv.tiof. is fixed for Tuef-d-y the . ; ii Intiiju ; wi;t-n ri.e e;ulv Appear- *ir:�;e ;�t'     Friends in utuxhai! \vi ] L)c eft e*n:d a     it ba \ c::r. S:. J.;>)cs\s Dec. 25, 1764. 1 \ T M II R L A S ;/ ha: been bumbl) re' V V y.r;e>t-d t: the King, that bis Ma-r'.'r'j Cur     I:uj" at ticker in the County of Lin- I'asy i/: l:r:day tie  i^th In(laht% in ikt 1 C'J.. tied away her main (heer, whilft the mafter J tion, (he artfully let drop that fhe had a for-    oummner. was endeavouring to get another, the fag- | i(une of 90,000!. of which fhe ihould be got wood on thedeck, on the leeward fide, wafbed overboard, and the veffel became water-logg'd, and about eleven o'clock that pofleffed as foon as her friends in London knew where (lie - wa*. After fome days ftay,  fhe told the farmer, that the bell flight drove on (hore on the rocks near Ki- J return in her power for his favours, would ineridge, in the county of Dorfer, where J be to marry iiisfon Thomas (a lad of about 18) if it was agreeable to him.   The poor old man was oveijoyed at the propofal, and fliort time they were mariiedj afer Ihe ftranded, and there are no hopes of her ueing ag?in got off. The Roman Eagle, Metcalf, from Gold Coaft in Africa, is arrived at Jamaica, with I which flie informed'her father-in-Jaw fbe in a jfjo ilaves. - Tuefdjy fe'nnight a French veffel, loaded with oil ai;d Callile foap, was drove on Ihore to the Eallward of the Boltf and is emirely loll: but cannot tell her na fiom whence or where bound. e. or On Sunday laft a gr^at difturbance hap- d on bfjard an outward-bound Eaft- ) a Indidman at Ci avefend, by the men lately in the Company'sfervice, asfoldieis; wii-r upon a command of marines from Curiam was fcni for lo quell them. Several weic killed in the fray, and the ringleaders -^-cre lent to Maidftone gad. The Rev. Mr, Rumney, of Kirby-hill in V:>rkflii.e,  is prefented'by Sir Walter B'ack.dt, But. :o the living of Hexham, in the room of the late Rev. Mr. Giaham. The Rev. Mr. Scott is appointed Affiftant Morning Preacher, at St. Sepulchre's, Snow-hill. His Majefty has appointed Daniel Rea, Eftjj of the 5th regiment of foot, to be Captairi cf a company in the lift regiij&ent had gr^-at intereft at court ; and if he could for the prefent raife money to equip them in a genteel manner, fhe could procuie a Colonel's commiffion for her hufband. The credulous farmer thereupon mortgaged iiis little eftate for icq 1. and every thing nectf-fary being bought for the new-ma;:ieu couple, they took the relt of the money and fe; eut for London, accompanied by three of the Farmer's friends, and got to ihe Bear Inn in the Boiough on Chriftmas-Eve j where they lived for about ten days in an expenfive manner; and fhe went in a coacii every morning to Sr. James's end x>f the town, on pretence of luliciiing for her hilfb^nd's commiilion, and to obtain her own fortune: but it wasat length difcovered | doin's" being u gainer in fome miljions annually 3 Wc are informed -that his Portuguese -Majefly li soid-r.-d hi, Minifloi .  e\ -zvas deKjitedy ivas brskc open^ a.'.d the�tt>v cf i.r.e ilar.dted l\urds, or there-areas iv.-rSj ly the. fjjd Per for. s � j elrwoufly taken a).A earned autay: his Majefty, tor ihe better d: i^eri/g and bnn^tr.g to Jufliee the Perfinf ccn:e,'nea in the faid F.u7>. do-s hereby promtfk J ii ) :;; ojactous Pardon to any c/:e 0: them �iho foal I dtji.nr btsz or her Acc:mpi:ce ^ or Accomplices therem  'v that he^Jbe^ or ihe) may be appre* henr.ed and .1/.dieted tberevf, DUNK HALIFAX, And, as a further Encouragement^ the Cimmif-J.\\ e;s of h:i Ma'jejly^s Cuferns do hereby prom ife a P. 1; ard ifUi-.t i jiuidrrd Pounds, to any Perfon or Pcrfons r:aiing ftich Dif every as aforefa'd, to be paid by the Receiier General of his Majefty's Cuf-tvms, upon the Convitiion of one or mere vf tbe Of* fenders. By Order of the Ccvimiffioners. W. Wood, Secretary. On Monday, the lift Injiant, R. HUNTER aod Mr HEWSON'fi COURSE of Anatomy \tU1 begin, at rheir Houfe in LirchHeld-Street. LONSDALE, by fo lucrative a branch of commerce. It is faid that foon after the meeting of ihe that the woman was an impoitor; and the poor country people were obliged to fell theii horfes by auction, towards defraying I Parliament an order will le iffued for every the expsnces at the Inn, before they could I parifli in England to deliver in a lift of rheir fet out on their return home, which they did on foo^ lall Satutday morning.   Before tfie fatal difctvery, tto company weie poor of both fexes, who are healrhy androbuit, from the age of 15: to 45-. By letters from France, by the laft mail, we IS Removed from St. John-Street to th* George Inn in Weft Smith field, London 5 Where Gentlemen, Tradefmeji, Graziers, Chap-m.'n, and others, will meet with proper Accom-modatiouf, and the molt obliging Bduviour. TliTNOKTHAMPTOW Old Stage* Waggons, By WILLIAM   COOK, AR E Removed fr^m the Roft and Crown Inn in Sr. John-Street, to the George inn in Weft Smithfield, London; Whera rhey fet out every Thurfday Morning, and n* turn every Wednefday Afternoon. LL Sorts of RAPPEE SNUFF^ and CARROT TOBACCOS, are cow fejimg, at the original Manufacl^ry, theCaftfc in f"ieet-Screet3 oppofite St. Bride's Church, with, every other Arricle in the XoL-icco and SnnfC Trade, manufadtured to the greateft Parfe^llOO, hy Joseph   HoldisU. N, B. Proper Encouragement given to tbofe who may feJl again. A   

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