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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 10, 1765, London, Middlesex The London Evenin Namb. 5804 From THURSDAY January io, to SATURDAY January 12, 1765. [Price Two-ponce H LONDON HURSDAY his Majefty went to the Houfe of Peers, with the ufual ftare, ac- companieaoyine meuopolis, and other parts of Great Britain. Earlof Pomfret ' " The afIiftance your humble petiuoners A few days a;;o died, at Tive;:on i: De-vonlhirc, Oliver Pe'iid, Lfqj ic[:u:cd u or; h I2o,cool. and oui of tile gjeaicft Sei^e-nnkers in England. Lately died in Duhiin, George Ga'diner, tlu and Lord Cado-gan, and opened the feffion with a rnofr. gracious fpeech from the throne, to boih houfes of Parliament, in which he informed then:,' That lie had agreed with the King of Denmark to cerfient the union which had long fubfilled between the two crowns, by the marriage of the Prince Royal of Denmark with his fifter the Princess Caroline Matilda, which is to be fo-lemnized as foon as their refpe&ive ages will permit. He obferved, that the events which have happened in the courfe of the lalt year, givereafon to hope for the duiation of that peace which had been lb happily eftablifhed, and which it was his refulmion firklly to niaintain ; That the courts of France and Spain had given hi;n frefh aifurances of their good dilpoihions; That the future quiet of the Em;,ire ha* been confirmed by. the unanimous choice of a fucceiibr to the Imperial Digni y- and the peaceable election of the King of Poland had prevented thofe fatal confequences, which, upon Jitnilar coia'ions, have fo frequently been dcliruitive to therepofe of Europe. Tiia; lie fhould atk of the Commons, for urrent fervice of the yea', no other I'lj^.-ries than fucli as are necetfary for thofe tir.v ijfhments which have already met with c1k;i approbation 5 and that he would order tkj p;oper eltimates for this purpofe, to be laid before them. That he mull, however, earneftly recommend to them the continuance of that attention, which they had hitherto fhewn, for the improvement of the public revenue, and the diminution of the national debt. And' then addreifing himfelf to both houfes, allured them, That the experience which lie had of their former rpnduft made him a rply on tiieir wifdom, and firmnefs, in promoting that obedience to the laws^ and le-fpeft to the legillative authority of this kingdom, which is elfentially neceffary for the fafety of the whole; and in eftablifhing fuch regulations, as may beft conned and ftrengthen every ljart of his dominions, for their mutual benefit and fupport.-That the affedtiun which he uears to his people excited hisearneft wiihes, that every fetlion of parliament might be diltinguifned by fome plans for the public advantage, and for their relief fiom thofe difficulties, which an expenfive- war has brought upon them. That his concurrence and encouragement ihould never be wanting where their welfare was eoncern'd; and nutted, that for the " That your petitioners are of opinion, with humble fubmiflion to your nuwh better judgment, that this exceflive badnefs of trade proceeds chiefly and principally from the increafe of the ufe and wear of all forts Efq; Comptroller of the Stor^ in the Cuf-tom-houfe theie. Wednefday morning died ar Bath, the Lady of Charles Boone, Ef.j; alt ra long and fevere iilnef>. On Wednefday died, in the 21ft year of her a^e, in Cavendilh-fquare, the Hon. caries, cf which h? is civ:r^:y ii-;c:err, ij,s ioir.e to;>l.c!?r..tii;;i in ti.:i <_iry, to be rubVul^d in oi;r p*p r. Hn:.g invert Jed r-^r fcr fome ye^rs isaft ird�n fVo,;;,i:rrs luic pri^j Ui,c-r y r...rr\- writ;--* u h^h I yUv/ s-OTn g 0^ cvt: i\.t.i, i ,ni cf li^cd to dtcl.tr- cc c c c. the 11 c : I 1: iV j 1; o to, r: i.'�-*-!dj' lWilli :h.iC CC pray for, is,"that you would, this feilions of parliament, grant a general prohibition of foreign wrought filks. And your petitioners (hall ever pray." Extrucl of a letter from Paris, Dec. 29. an^ the burials to 2507. Decreafed in the chriftenings this year, ics; in the burials, 198. Thuifday, at the quarter feffions at Guildhall, two men weic tried and found guilty for attempting to commit a deteftable crime in Moorfields; when the former wa* fentenced to pay a fine of one [billing, and : to nv; .M.^nlKae ^ rv-r^ fo il^. Ca,?A- of Ft i;ur . Dec. i3. 1-^ (^gn? itd Application to the Duties of that Ojjjce. irermitme to acquaint you, that I have been TwetUv three Tears in the Cc-mmoy; Council of Corn-kilt Hard, and Sixteen Tears Deputy thereof-dunng which Time (.is I always tbomgh it my Duty) I hate Kiade it my confiant Rule to attend on a I Cii) B:ij�r:efs] and^ - - Hwer, k*ave eier exerted : Privileges and Indeper dejtc'y z ens; high Cffit 'ifefiing t 1 I Middlesex. In Term. Tan. Feb. 28 4 Monday, Monday, Saturday, 9 After Term. Wedrd^a/j Feb* London. InTer Tan- 29 Feb. Tuefday, Tuefday, Feb. s Monday, 11 After Ter. Thurfday, feb.H I I Articles ^/Intelligence, Sflr, fnm the Postscripts of all the Evening --o * Cumberland ifland: October or Captain anc n their boat The Bilboa Merchant, Channel, from Newfoundland to Bilboa, is loft going into Bilboa. The Juffrow Agretta, Capr. Andrias Cor-nelus, from Rotterdam to Leland, is loft in Dundrara-Bay. Papers v' luff Thurfday. Letters from Paris fry, that advice has been received there from Rome, of the fudden relapfe of the Chevalier de St. George, who3 when thefe advices caane away, was entirely given over by his phyfieLms. Piivate letters from Berlin confirm the report that his Pmflian Majclty has c^rminly a de/iga to efieel a new ftttirment oji the American conrin-nr, laid to be fomevvliere ne.�r che iithmus of Darioi and thar mrjfures are now 1 t great ze?ije i ftatl eter retain ,d_____ f erred on, Guntlemen^ C-nituJJ, Tout moff obedient and Jan. 45 V75r. Ever devoted Servant, Francis Ellij. N. R. The Ehdlipn being fixed for next Tuefday, the t-arly Au*n(kncff 0/ my Friends ac (jutl-Jali will Ik rt^ankriiJJy efleemed. Ai the Sluuniefs of the Time will net perjmt my nuking u general perfonai AppJicacion, i hope'thac fuch nf the Wonhy Livery, as it may not f>c in my Power to wait on, wilt excuft the omirtuig that MirK of Rcijift which I other wife would have gladly paid. Comhill, J_____ n the ffirlby Liverymen of the cit) �o) Londojt. GeTttUfl&Hy YOUR Potts% Interdiy and Po}l fif f*edf*h*H Mred for 1 1 Deputy FRANCIS ELLIS, CitizeK and Grocer, T* JucceedSh Thomas Hamftmy deceaj'd, as Cham-her lain ot this honourable C//y, be ng a per/on weV affe&ed to I is Majefix King (J'-ohgb, and happy Conftitutwn tn C tire1* and Sfcitc ; Zjeakus Affeacr of the Rights .:nd sr.: his hell iV'Ci^zens^____ To me Y.'ortliy Liveiymen -.f tiu Cuy of Londox. * f?E \: 7 t. C M t V, HE GJ^ce cf Cham-erlais .-^this. City^ Uihg -j.zcar.t ly t:.s.D:ath of the late wcrthy Sir ' .' on:is r; ir: o-^ fcy.vif rue to rz~ near Londonderry j a very fmall part of her cargo is laved. r , 1 * cv 1 ,, Or> the z8th paft, in the night, 1 he Low- attainment of that great objed, they would ther, of Whitehaven, Capfain Cowman, proceed with temper, unanimity and diC- bden ^with coals, was, by the violence of A large fhip, fuppofed to be the Othello, talting to engage Ihij^pin^ officers and teamen to \ I forward the expedition. Extract of a Utter from Hamburghy Dec* 24. " Letters from Warfaw atlvife, that the deliberations hi the Coronation Dyer were earned J patch. Thurfday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucelter took the oaths and his feat in the Houfe of Peers. ' The fame day the Right Hon. the Lord Trevor, one of the joint Poft-Mafters General, took his feat in the Houfe of Lords. As did Lord Vifcount Courtney, in the rqoomiof his father, deceafed. F Thurfday fome thoufand Weavers went up to St. James's, in order to petkiofi his Majefty to tiifcountenance the wear of French filks, &c, and we hear every rtiea-fure, confident with liberty, will be taken to prevent it, and it is well known their lMajefties have always difcountenanced the wind, overfet, a'fraall diltance from the light fliip, and all the hands drowned. oji wirh great order and Unanimity, and with- ; Jan. 4j 1767. o!it the lealt appearance of parry ar.imoiiry. The Senators aiid Nuncios, vyijg wirh e*ch other, are eager to enter, into the King's views. j >j - - / 1 * J - J Cha. tf, ts >u. ared I wilt, to the ntrr.ojl cf my iitiis. c;uie<*-cur tj difebarge the �ui:es of that 'wipe ft ant Truf ; and rralejul'y ackvczvlede e $he Qil\paii?n conferred on, Gentlemen* ~ , ibur n:ojt cbeci::nt T Humble Servant, Samuel Freeman, Ci;izeii and WaxchanJler. r, , .. + 1 av of and from Whitehaven being perfuaded that the happinefs ajid fplen-for Dubkn, Capr. Grifdal, burthen 140 dor of the Stare is his Majefty's fole aim. tons, laden with goals, fprung a leak at fea, Hence we fee, what a Prince may do in a nation Cadiz r of the prefent King of Den- mark would not fuffer any of his fubje&s to appear before him but in the manufacture of Denmark y by 1 his judicious behaviour the manufactures of that country were greatly improved.J Tnty likewife prefented a petition to bo.h iioufes of Parliament j the wotds of wlych were as follow ; fi Lords iiud Geatlew, Tlie humble petition of the Journeymen Silk-Weaver.s, on behalf of themfelves, and greai numbers of poor people of the . fame iradc. SkfWCtk* '�Thar, through the badnefs of trade, many hundreds of your humble petitioners aie actually without woik j others dread Aortl-y to undeigo the fame fare : Our wives, fons, and daugh:ers, are moftly without employ, and consequently many of us are in the utmoit poverty and want! It is thefe thoughts that throw usaJmoltinto ctefpair, and induces Ua to throw ourfelves ar your feer, humbly begging your afliftance iu thjVour mod lamentable condition. and endeavoured to get into Dundalk, but funk off that place. I*he Captain were faved, His Majefty's IBip Eg-mont, wit ffaips under her convoy, arrived the 8th paft, from Newfoundland. The Poniborne, Capr. John Payne, jun. in the Eaft-India Company's fervice, is failed toGravefend to corn pleat her lading. On Wednefday Capt. Saunders, of the Grofvenor, and Capt. Haggis, of the Thames, both in the Eaft-India Company's fervice, took their leaves of the Courc of Directors. The Lady of the Right Hon. Lord Vifcount Jocelyn, was a few days ago delivered of a fon, at his Lordfhip's houfe in Dublin. On Mondajlaft was married, at Leeds in Yorklhire, Johnfon At-kinfon, Efq; and M. D. lare of Queen's college, Cambridge, to Mifs Bufsfield, an heirefs, with 40,000!. fortune. I On Monday laft was was married, at St. Martin's in the Fields, Mr. Demay, Silk-Mercer, of Paris, to Mifs Molard, of Ox-endpn-ltreet.-Thurfday was married Mr. John Ber- Jonathan Bernard, Efqj of by which he is beloved: the making known his de fires, will operate more than ihc order of 3 Mifs Me cr Re fpedt yMUy clue to every Ge-.ti-rr.an of the I lve-ry, I ho.-c it will unt be imputed to any Neglect, but to the Difficulty I labour under of procuring correct Lilts on fofhorr a Oanvafs. N. h. The Day of Election is fixed for Tuef-tlay the 15-th Inltant; when the early Appear- ince of my Friends in Guildhall will Le efteeined a ^reat Favour. HE COURSE of Anatomical Lbctvkes, given at the Theatre of Sr. Thomas's Hofpical, will be^n on Wednefday the o?d Inftant, at Twelve o*ClocJc. H N From Mr. ?h a s k\ At D'Oylby's Warehottfe in the Strand, HA8 taken a Houfe in Long-Acre, over-againft James-Scieec, which is opened wich new-fefliioned Goods of aJI .Sons, and hopes, to have the Favour of all his Friends5 whp may depend on being welt ferved. D'O v ley's Gowns, Caps, Sultanas, Towels, See. _ LL Sorts of RAPPEE SNUFFS and CAHROT. TOBACCOS, are now felling", ac the original Manuia�tory, the-Caftie in Fleet-Street, oppofite St. Bride's Church, witil every other Article in the Tobacco and Snuff Trade, manu&Aured to the greareft Perfedhon, by Joseph Hot din
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