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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 12, 1765, London, Middlesex The London Evenin Numb. 58$$ From SATURDAY J 12, TUESDAY January 15 765 [Price Two-pence Half-penny from the LoN DON GAZETTE. Dec. 18. ~ Yefterda) who entered into being the IS Sicilian Ma-jefty's return 10 Naples is fixed for Monday next the ijth inftanr. The ' Marquis Tanucci has been indifpofed, but \$ now jierfe�tly recoveied. On hit fty Dec. 24. Elector's birth-day, the _____ ____ his fifteenth year, court was extremely numerous to compliment his Electoral H:sihneJ*s: there was a very fpendid dinner in ihe Elechels Dowager's apartment, at whicn all the foreign Miniflers alliited \ and at night the court played at cards in the threat 100111s, which had not been made ufe of fince the beginning of the laft war. Madrid, Dec z4. The Conde de Ric ^ theprefent Governor of the Havannah, is, at his own requeiV, returning home; and Major General Don Diego Maniiques is appointed Governor in his room. M. de Carion arrived heie laft week from Pari?, and is appointed Paymafter of his Catholick Majsfty's Military Orders. �r>;tr9 Dec. 29. Major Geneial Nugent, who'is to tefide at this court as Miniiter ftorn rhe Lmpieis Queen, had, la ft Wed-r,e!hay, an audience of the King of Piulfia, tie delivered his letters of credence } and his piedeceiTor, Lieutenant General Reid:, had, at the fame time, his audience of leave. luriV) D,c, 2.9. M. de Torre Pal ma, the Spanilh Eiabauador at tins court, who had obtained, fifteen months ago, leave to go home tofeuie his affairs, tetumed hither rhe zzd in.tant. when St. been y^-j'., J.ia. The King has o oider letters patent to be _ 1 m %. _____ pleafed paffed under the great feal of the kingdom 4>f Ireland, for the tranllation of the Kight Reverend Faiher in God, Richaid, Bifhop of Kildare, to the Archbiiiioprick of ArU-magh, void by the deaih of the xMoft Re-v� end Father in God, George, Jate Archil bifhop thereof. BANKRUPT required to furnnder. John Co J] ifon, of Ely within the Ifle of Ely, in the county of Cambridge, Innholder, at the Red Lion inn in Ely, Jan. 28, 29, Feb. 2.3. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors. Feb. 1. Walter Horfeman, late of Cannock, in the county of Stafford, Mercer and Grocer, ikccifed, at the Angel in BewdJey. fth. 4. John Smith, of Hen ford, Draper, at GiulellujJ, London* CERTIFICATES to be allowed. Feb. 2. Lutviviice Richardion, and Thomas .Richardibn, of St. Luke, Middlesex, Brewers. �Wiiiiam Howells, of the city of BrifloJ, W.itch m tkcr. njairun 4<obinfon, of Thames-flreet, Slop feller. Thomas Lewis, now or late of Liverpoole, Kvtad-baker. Mofs J heQj we her Majefty to and ftoin Chapel. * HisMajcfty was ilightly indifpofed with a cold j on which account he was blooded, and was not at Court. Saturday the Hon. Lord Milton arrived at his hoiife in town, from his feat in Ire-fend. The Right Hon. Mr. Pitt is confined to bis bed at Hayes, by a feverefitof the gout. We hear a further time will be granted by Parliament for calling in the paper currency of the Nona American provinces, on a peihiun lnely come over for that pur^ofe. They advile fiora Genoa, of the 15th palt, rhat piaftcrs have lately been remitted theie fiom Madrid, for the Court of fcYiev.r.a.' Let^ib fiom Vienna, of the 26th paft, aflen, that iii.ee ihe Venetians had fettled a "peace u i h tiie Al^erines, the Merchants of Auihian Da'-ma^a have been great fufferers by ihofe ioveis, who have had the impudence 10 ciuize to the upper end of the Gulph nf Venice. On which account the government has oidejed feveral xebecks to be fiitcd out at Fiume and Triefte, to join thofe of Naples in uider 10 drive thofe pi-lates fiom that coait. there, has had fuch an effed on the iron fabrickF, that feveral manufacturers have ilopt their iron works on account of the Searnefs of coals. Tuis citcinnftance mult neceflTarily advar.ee the piiceof iron vei}* confiderably. Saturday morning feveral Irifh victuallers arrived in the river, which had been wind-bound for feveral weeks pad in different pons of the Channel. The Prince Henry, Chattel s, from Jamaica to Liverpool, foundered 40 leagues to the weitward of Cape Clear. The crew were taken up by the York, Middleion, and brought to Liverpool. The Little London, Crawford, from Lamaue 10 Oitend, is itranded three leagues to the welt of Boulogne. From S'. John's, in learn, that on the 30th of September laft, at 12 o'clock at noon, they had a very feveie (hock of an earthquake there. ^Saturday, morning the Lord Bifhop of * Lchefterinftituted the Rev. JohnfonTow-ia. A, mailer of the gramraar-fchool at Tunbridge, to the re&ory of Pett, in the county of Suffex, void by the death of the late incumbent, the Rev. Mr. Diones Geere. HisMajefty has appointed Lieut. George Dame, of the late 85th regiment of foot, to be Enfign in the 8th, or King's, regiment of foot; and Enfign David Thelwell is appointed an-Enfign in the 54th regiment. We hear, that the whole amount of the fecurities, given by "the late Sir Thomas Hanifoii for both his places, were 104,000!. viz. for the Chamberlain's place 14,000!% and for the Receiver General 8o,oco J. Laft week died, at Newbold-Pacey, In Warwickshire, the Rev. Mr. Backhoufe, many years Vicar o� that parifb. The living, worth upwards of zoo L a jjear, is in the gift of the Piovoft and Fellows of Queen's colle " On ThurfJay died Mr. James I5encrart one of the patentees of Covent-Garden the atre. On Friday died fuddenly, of an apoplectic fit, at theSouth-Sca-houfe, in his 7jd year, Mr. Adam Andetfon, author of the Hifto-rical and Chronological Deduction of Commerce. He had belonged to the South-Sea-ho^tfe above 40 years, and was univerfally efteemed. Friday died, at Wandfworth in Surry, Lady Diana Adams, relidt of the late Sir Robert Adams, Bart, and mother to the prefent Sir Thomas Adams. A few days ago died Mr. Daniel Cotirt-ney, formerly Deputy Lamp-lighter to the Court, but had left off buflnefs. The ddy before his death, he went, wiapped Up in a blanker, in a fedan chair, to feveral of his particular friends telling them that he eX-peded to die in a day or two, and begged they would not fail to attend at his funeral. He has left each of them a mourning ring; and he ordered that a fillet of veal, a ham, and a large bowl of punch, might/be ready for them to partake of, at a public houfe in Kenfington, as foon as his interment was over yelterday evening in Kenflngton church-yard, FViday evening a French woman was brought before MajorSpinnage, for threatening to difcharge a piltol at a your-g man, who had promiied to raairy her, and afterwards refufed to perform the fame, who rAmmil tpA h hi* m tht^ (latehoufe for farther M I D D L E S E X Dec. 15, 1764^ T a Meeting of the Truflees of the Subr ortion to their refpeftive LofTes (as by rhe Accoujk hereunder frartd) for whkh rhvy herci^ return their molt g'-ateful Acknowledgments to their hmnanr and conij\�ilio;me K-.-n.-l-idlnrs ; And ti* Truftees (raking i-iio Confidcyaii^n how fmall a Propert;on fuch Dividend bears to tl:e gre.ir Damage fuiiaiiK-d j anJ hein^ encotnag^d, by the .� uclc:V they have met with, to expcdl fome farther Ailiftancc f.om itiwh wtJI diipfed P-U'ors ..s n'iy hoc hirlierro have known of, or contributed to this Charity) ha - r-iblv-d, with tU: Hal nice It J11 remaning be not difpofrd or tiij -a future Altering, and that the iiibiui^rum he kept open fomc Time loj)oer3 in liopes they may be ei:abl?d, by otber Ccntribnri-jns^ to attt�rd feme faithcr Relief to the Objtits of this Charity. A L I ! Paid in at a Meeting at Southail. 1, s. d. His Excellency the Earl of Northumberland, by Mr. Cooke 50 Sir John Gibbons, Bart. - by Mr. Bifcoe Mcrris Robinfon, Efqj -----Bifljpp, Efq$ Charles Fearnc, Efq, of SUBSCRIBERS, 1. ic 21 5 % % 5 2 2 2 o o o 0 3 3 t I 4 i i 1 5 1 1 5 s 2 1 2 3 1 1 1 21 2 1 i i i Paid in at Metf. Child and Co. John LitrJe, Er<ij A Perfon unknown Mr. Thomas Rofomon Mrs. Cath. GifFord Mrs. Gratwick .Ant, GifFord, Efq; B. Main waring, Efq; P. B. A. B. C. Mr. Cope A Perfon unknown John Whifom, Efijj Jeff. Hetbrriugton, Efq; G. H. Coxc, Efq; 1'homas Lane, Efq^ W. D. Jinxes Clitherow, Efqj Rev. Mr. Johofon Rev, Mr.Gibfoh ElinSa Bifcoe, Efq; Thoinas Barfliam, Efqj Sir John Fielding Mr. Hare Thomas Owen, Efq; Robert Child, Efqj Edward Byron, Efq; J. R. S Sir Roger Newdigate, But. 5 Samuel Tuffbell, Efoj ai Kichard Latham, Efq; Thomas Scott, Eiq; A. B. George Cooke, ETq; A Perfon unknown Dr. Hawley The Earl of Hardwick CoL Schutz John Paul Yvouncr, Efq; 1 Ricjiard Page, Efq; ef Wembly 21 J. N. . 4 E. O. r Sir Edmund ifham, Bart, 5 Thomas Blencowe*, Efqf Gilbert JoddreH, Efq; The Hon; Mr. Baron . Smythe 5 A Perfon unftnowa o The Lord BiHicp of London 5 2 i 2 5 1 s. 10 o d. 0 c 5 1 1 5 5 2 1 1 2 % 1 2 i o % % o i i i i o % i 5 o 5 5 2 i X I 50 0 o 10 10 10 io to 2 2 too 2 i o 6 o 0 0 o 0 o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o 0 o o o o o 0 o 6 Q 0 0 o Mr.IfaacWaiker Mr. William Lea R. W. B. B. Charts Brett, Efq-Lady Rufli Reverend Mr. Cbrke, Sv.akely Ditto tuii:lr\* Donations George Bowe^ Ef^; * Mrs. Charhon William Baker, Efq; Mr. and Mrs. Dincly M.fs Waileli 5 ic S % 1 2 5 o 1 0 6 0 o c o o o 0 of io A-2 i 5 Sir-Will. B. Peeler, Bart. 50 6 4 2 c o o 0 X. Y. Z. H. T. Gicenir.g, Eu; William Godfrey, Efq; Henry Lidde!!, Hfq; Charles Gi^ith, Ffq; Mrs. Eliijbcth Staplcton, of Harrow Lord Holland John Pardee Edward Benton Mr. Pcvrtz Mlfs KLcmeys Paid in at Mrff. Drum- mond and Co, Charles Gould, Efq; Mr. Francis Irwin Vfrs. S. M. Eji Bkny, Efq; unknown Perfon Mrs. Elizabeth Corbett Mis, France^ Corbett A Perfon unknown Mr. James Still Mrs. Catton A Perfon unknown James Scawen, �fq; Arch. Stewart, Efq; John Stewarf^ Efq; TBomas Bradftiaw, Efq- Mits S. G. 0. o 3 5 5 1 10 5 2 1 S 2 10 o 10 3 3 5 1 o 6 0 0 o 0 6 o 6 o o o o 21 5 2 2 i 5 o 5 2 2 1 5 0 o o o o o J. D. B J. W. 21 3 1 to 5 5 1 1 o i 20 5 2 * 1 % 10 o 2 i 5 3 2 x 10 1 o S X d. o 6 o 6 o 6 0 o o 0 9 1 2 io io 3 3 3 5 0 o m 0 22 o 10 5 10 4 5 o 5 10 5 10 4 0 o o 0 o 3 5 t 1 2 3 o 10 o 5 5 I r 20 p 3 3 j o 1 1 1 3 ro 10 10 5 S 1 16 o 3 3 0 o o o 6 o 6 6 o a o o o 0 o ?tal Amount Subfcriptions 4 ACCOUNT of the O 1 1 examination. The noted John Wefkeit, who was executed on Wednefday laft at Tyburn, for robbing the Right Hon. the Earl of Harrington* had agreed with an Undertaker to bury him, and gave hitn an order for his receiving four ikh fuits of cloaths as an equivalent for his funeral: xhe Undertaker had the precaution to enquire after the truth of the affair firft, and found that the cloaths were pledged for as much as they were worth. Saturday night ended the general quarter feffion of the peace for the city and liberty of Weftminfler, at the Guildhall, in King- ftreef, .Weftrainfter, when Jane Lewis, who lately picked up the poor WeKh girl, at Mr. Moore's initimiion for. fervants, &c. over Exeter Exchange in the Strand, and defrauding her of all her cloaths and money \ and James Segrave, for Healing the (ilk curtains out of the fedan chair of Mifs Colebrook, with three others convidted of larceny, were fentenced to be tranfported for the term of feven >ears. Saturday night fome villains broke into the houfe of Mrs. Bennes who keeps an They write from Orebio, a fmall city in old cloaths (hop in Chick-lane, and ftole Sweden, about 100 miles from Stockholm, out of ihe fame wearing apparel, to the Sujftrcfi Nantn ar.d P has.of Jl'jdc. Cranford Pdrijh. Jrthn Jarvia JoI"Li Hunt Jane Savage Ealing Parijb. Ehnid Redford Rickard Cilbcrt John Bottler James Spiers James pjurrier Jofcph Johnfon Creenford Parijb, James Wilftien * Thomas Hafler James Chapman WWow Jackfon Richard Tlmberiake Ralph Timberlake Henry Goldar Harrow Parijb, Edward-page Henry Kidney John Read John Hancock John Kidney Widow Roiph Jofeph Difon Samuel Difon Richaid Witchendon Han well Panjh. William Pope Henry Redford Harlington Pa'ijb John Newman Elias Edwards Widow Wade Richard Philps William Philps, fen. Hefton Parijb. Clement PaiSngham John Benham George Butler Ralph Hkkman William Wln&fleld ffi'mat* of Lu�a. 1. 3. d. 300 2 6 80 5 0 *7 9 10 0 121 T / 0 64 6 0 57 10 0 0 0 6 0 0 77 17 0 60 0 0 10 0 29 S 0 10 0 0 7 7 0 6 6 0 17 6 64 2 6 62 0 0 15 0 10 0 z 6 0 31 10 0 30 0 81 12 6 10 0 36 0 33 0 0 29 0 22 3 6 0 0 146 10 0 81 0 0 57 to 0 3* 0 0 0 0 Dividend paid* in at ^1. 6 d. in the �. s. d. Sufertn Names and Ptacts cf Abtdt. fiftimatc of LofTes. I. 5* 16 10 5 o io-i 1. 6 3* it 10 4 1 19 9 4 6 4 xo * 3 7 � x o 13 12 10 10 7 5 S 1 1 IS 1 5 1 % 6 o 9 6 o o 30 11 8 4 10 17 9 4 9 3 6 13 5 � 5 Jc 5 7 6 6 o 9 6 3 3 7i 14 5 8 13 14 9 6 9 5 15 5 4 3 3 S 6 6 1 3 6 25 12 14 3 10 5 4 1 8 7 9 6 3 6 6 John Eton William Kldridge John Ho% Wil ham PafTiflgham Jofeph Edwards James Kirby Hefo Parijb* John Turner William Woodman Henry Woodman Norwood Prtci Thomas Qoldaf Charles Dav is John Dav John HilBer William Ooofce Elisabeth 6�ttrix James Milli Edward Yeatnttft Lakin Redford Thoinas Warnet John Nicholls Richard Gilbert Samuel Cole Perival Parijb, Elizabeth Smith J�hn Verry .ichard Verry John Hancock James Chapman Wilfden and Twyford. John Chandler Tottenham Parijb. Mrs, Hull Total Paid the "Expence of Adver Diilributed to the SuEercrs 1. S. d. 25 15 o 10 o o 7 10 o 626 3 *8 9 3 10 o 326 10 o 155 10 o 14a o o Dividend paid in at 3j. 6d* in tk* /. L S-% 15 1 6 1 1 o 23 o 12 o 1 5 57 � 27 4 M 17 *55 148 113 106 106 105 63 *6 o 12 7 o 17 ^7 o o o io 15 7 o 3 0 0 o o 6 o o o o o o o 27 * 26 o 24 7 19 15 iS 14 x8 7 11 10 ji o 4 ix i 17 1 4 o 10 9 S ir 5 o Q 6 6 o i 1 6 6 1 128 156 107 90 26 15 14 13 17 J3 o o o 6 Q 22 10 27 8 18 16 15 18 4 *3 7* 6 6 a % 140 10 o 24 11 a 22 10 o 3 iS 9 474a 7 o 829 16 x lance remaining in the Hands of the Truftces 20 o 6 829 19 3 849 16 9 4* 7 3 of ihe h paft, that all forts of provifions, o*cetlive ckar value of io I which they earned off undif-covered. * N. B. James Wiljhtn not being prefent at the ceting, is flot yet paid his Dividend oi 13 J. 12 s. 64. 892 4 o

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