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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 15, 1765, London, Middlesex e London Evenin: 'ol Numb. 5806 ---------� T" '--'-- - � From TUESDAY January 15, to THURSDAY January 17, � 1765. FrotlTthe Lpndok Ga2ette. Florence, Dec. 22. N the la ft week an-edift was pub-lifhed here to reduce the current value of the Roman fmall firver coin five per cent, as what has been coined ! at Rome fur 20 __, years pall, is deficient both in quality and weight, notice has been fern ftom Leghorn, that'two vef-fds,- with Preach tcoppson boatd, had been obliged to put injoi that port, the. whole convoy defigned for Corfica having been difperfed : feven otheis put into Port Fer-raio, the Governor of which place offered Jeav^e to. the French officers to land the troops thefe ; bur they did not chufe to accept of it, in hopes every day of being able to putto fea again. They write from Rome that the Prince of Doria, who, befides his own vaft pof-fellions, inheii ed, a few years ago, the ^reatelr. part of the Panfili eftate, died lalt week as did likewife the Duke of Sfurza Ceiatini.- - Berlin, Jon. 5. M. de Reidr, the Auf-trian Miniirer at this court, having had his audience cf leave, pfopofes to fet out from hence for Vienna in a few days. The King of Prutlia has made him a prefent of a gold fnufFbox, with his Majeity's picture in it. A few days ago bis Majelty gave publicity at cciiii his picture, lichly fet in diamonds, 10 Prince DuJgoruki, the Ruffian Minillei at 1 hto court. LaftTburfday M. de Goudowiu, Major General-in ihe Ruffian fevvice, airived her.,e from Paris, in his way to Peterf-buigh. BANKRUPT required to fur render. Braxtone \V*llis, of Bell-yard, near Lincoln's liw, Hnficr, at Guildhall, Jan. 2.2., 30, Feb. aS. * Jonathan WhebeJl, of Sheruorne-l.iiie, Calender, at Guildhall,. Jan. .19, Feb. 2, 26. Dividends to be made to Creditors. . Feb. 6. Charles Millan, Of London, Mer- _ chant, af Guildhall. Feb. 19. Thomas Crifpe, of Catharine court, "near Great Tower hill, Merchant, at Guild hall. ""PLANT ATIONNEWS." From the NEW-YOR K MfcRCURY. , New-Tori, Dec. ro. On Thurfday laft arrived two officers from our army to the fouthward, under the command of Colonel Bouquet, by which oppouuni y we have the following intelligence, and publifh it by authority: Cimp at the Forks of Mufbingbaw, Nov. 15, 17644 " The at my auived at this camp on the i 5th of October, being in the centre of the Delaware towns, a:id 1 e3r to Wakate-rnihe, the moll confideiable fettlement of the Shawanefe; and matters had been fo managed wi h the Savages, that we remained leaders of the conditions we had to prefcribe to them, firlt infilling on the delivery of all their prifoners, before any terms of peace Ihould be propofed. The Delawares, Min-goes, and fome bioken tribes of Mohikons ^fltTWyondous, were firft entirely reduced, and fubmit'ied to the reftdring all their pri-^pners without exception j in confequence of which, the Mingoes, the Delawares, &c. delivered up all their prifoners, even to their own children, born of white women \ which laft was peremptorily infifted upon, and may be coniidered as a itrong proof of their finced y and numiliation. They have like.-, ife given 14 of their Chiefs as hoilages into out hands, for the fecurity of the per-f rm3r.ee of their engagements, and that no holliliii^s ihculJ b. committed; and likewife a^eed io k-;:-d De;�u ies from each nation to Sir Willis.n Jc-hiifyn, properly authorized jo make j-e^cc,. engaging to ratify all the Condi.ions mat thould be inipofed upon them. The SiiaA'aTsfi; were more obftinare, and refufed . i:e conditions as 'the other na.ion;;. Tuey immediately del i-vtied up 40 prifoners, and have given fix of their piincipal Chiefs ai huitages for the delivery of tire remaindei of thdr captives. Parties wete lent to their towns to aflift in collecting thein, and bringing them, to Fort Pitt; aud the Shawanefe ate t hen to fend Deputies to S.r William Johnfon, to fettle the peace in the fame yaanner as the relt. The number of prifoners already delivered exceeds 100, and many more are expeded from the Shawanefe : fevetal of them have remained fo many years wnh the Indians, as to become as favage as themfelves, and the Indians were obliged to tie them, to bi ing them to the army." Friday arrived here the floop Induftry, Capt. Rofe, from Pono Rico, laft from Santa-Croix, by whom we hear, that the Spaniards had taken two or three Englifh ve/Tels, faid to be on fome trade not allowed by the Spaniards. A palfenger onboard the above floop declares, that while he was at Santa-Croix, news came there, that the French had taken 40 or so fail of Englifh merchantmen, bound from Jamaica to Europe. LONDON Tuefday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland (who is now perfedly recovered) had a numeVous and fplendid levee at his houfe in Giofvernor-fquare. The fame day her Royal Highnefs the Ptincefs Amelia had a great levee at her houfe in Cavendilh-fquare. There is now making, in the city of Weftmmfter, for a very great perfonage, againft her Majefty's bitth-day, a fuit of cloaths, ivhich when finifhed, will, it is thought, be the moll elegant and magnificent of any thing of the kind ever made up in this kingdom. A letter from Plymouth fays, that the French veffel ftopt fome time ago, and which was lately men:ioned in the papers to have failed from that place, is ftill there, now lying in Cat water, and look'd after by the Pitt cutter; and that the feveral things taken, were not reftoied, but >vere leized and carried to the Cuitom-houfe there. On Tuefday laft ar the Court of Huttings held "at Guildhall for the eledion of a Chamberlain, in the room of the late Sir Thomas Harrifon, deceas'd, the Hon. Mr. Alderman Harley (having been called upon the day before, in an advertifement in one of the morning papers, to declare, whether he had not received or been promifed the General Receiverfhip of the Land-tax for this city and county of Middlefex) he ad-dreffed to the L'veiy, as follows : " Gentlemen and Fe"Iiow Citizens, " I am always happy to meet you, when aflembled here ; particularly when any part of my condud is called in queftion. I now find myfelf called upon in a very extraordinary manner, by a News writer, in the name of the feveral Candidves for the office of Chamberlain of this Ci;y, " publicly to dtciare, whether I have gO','or \ have been promifed, the Receiverfhip of the Land Tax." Now, Gentlemen, this > is a queftion that no man has a right to alk me. As to anfwering the public ne^vs--' papers any thing I find iclative to me, it is my determined refolution never to do it, unJefs it is figned by a repuiable peifon : but, Gentlemen, if it wM be the kalt fatif-fadion to any one of tlie Candidate's-, or so any particular Li'veiyman, it is a lefj.ed that I thall be glad to ihe v them, and a.n both willing and ready to declare here, wita I have repeatedly done both publicly and privately for this week palt, that I have neither myfelf, or any peifon for me, to my knowledge, foliated for the Receiver-LJbip of the Land Tax ; nor has it ever been Offered me. But that I may be clearly un-derflood, (for in every part of my conduct I love to be open and explicit) I do declare, that if it mould be the intention and refolution of Adminiitia.ion to feparate the Re ceiverfhip of the Land Tax, from the office of Chamberlain of London, and it ftiotild be offered to me; I lhall think myfelf as much at liberty to accept of it, as any one citizen of London." His Majefty has been pleafed to conftitute and appoint Col. Ralph Bunon, from half-pay, to be"Colonel of the jd regiment of foot, or the Buffs, in the room of Col. Jnhn Craufuid, deceafed. The Hon.'Col. William Howe, to be Colonel of the 46th regiment of foot, in the room of Lieut. Gen. Thoaiai Murray, deceafed. Lowther Pennington, Ger.t. tobeEnfign in the id, or Colditieam tegiment of foo.-guards, in the room of the Hon. Enlign Geo. Darner, who religns. James Stewarr, Efq; to be a Deputy Com-milfary of the Mulkeis 10 his Majefty's forces in North America. Lieut. Leonard Jacob, to be Captain-Lieutenant to the lit, or Kirg's tegiment of dragoon guards, commanded by Lieut. Gen. Moltyn, in the room of Capt. Lieut. Wolfe-ley, who retites. Lieut. Chriltopher Aldridge, to beQuar-ler-maiter to the 40th regiment of toot, commanded by Major Gen. Ainiiger, in the room of Quarter-malt�r Cameron, d^-eafed. Lieu;. Thomas Band, toCap:ain Lieutenant to the 54th regiment of foot, commanded by MajO"rGen. Paiilow, in the room of Capt. Lieut. CharrTeau, who teti.es. John Ciammond, Gen', to be Ln!ign in the 4th regiment of foot, coinma'ided by Lieut. Gen. Duior, in ihe room of Ln'.ign --Afh, deceafed. Capt. James S.even^pn, of the 47th regiment, to be Captain in me 23tn legi.nem of foot, command by the Right Hon. Lord Townfhend, in the room of Capt. Forfter, removed. Enfign Henry Gudgeon, to be Lieutena-nt in the 55th regiment of foot, commanded by Col. Ganfell, in the room of Lieut. C^y-ler, preferred. Capt. Lieut. Mafon Bolton, to be Captain in the 9th regiment of foot, commanded by Lieut. Gen. Whit more, in the room of Capt. Lawrence Reynolds, preferied. The Rev. John Thomas Clerk, to be Chaplain to the 60th regimen-, commanded by Sir JaiTery Amherft, in the iojm of the Rev. Mr. Gawton, deceafed. Zachary Hammett, Gent, to be Enfign in the 141I1 regiment of foot, co.n.na.V.ed by Lieur. Gen. Cornwaliis, in the toom of Enfign Trevor, who refign-s. Capt. T�emple Weft, to be Quarter Mailer in the ift regiment of foot gua ds in the room of Captain Thornton, prefeneJ. Lieut. William Moore, to be Oiptain Lieutenant to the 87th regiment of foot, commanded by Lieut. Gen. Sir Djvid Cunningham, in the room of Capt. Lieu:. Corneille, who retires. Cornet Fleetwood Parkhurft, to be Lieutenant in the 16th regiment of dragoons, commanded by Colonel Burg:yne, in the 100m of Lieutenant Oite^, who letiies. Tuefday morning was married, at St. Clement Dane's, the Rev. Mr. Mayo, to Mifs Coldham, of the Strand. Sunday the wife of Mr. Jordan, Peruke-maker in the Borough, was brought to-bed of two boys, and Monday morning of another, which are all likely to do well. Sunday died Mr, Richard Bates, a Builder . in Oxford-road. 1 - Oo Monday died, aged^Sfc at Dorking in Surry, the Rev. William Lowdell, D. D. Tuefday morning died Mr. Robert May-bank, Groom of the Kitchen to his late and prefent Majefty. Monday a fevere battle was fought on j Putney-common, between the noted Darr, ! a Dyer in Sotithwark, and one Gregory, the '� famous Whitechapel Diovci, foi 5-I. which ! held for twenty-five minures, but was declared in favour of the foimer. On Saturday laft a tiadefman in Br,- mondfc-y-ltreei, Sou hwark, was taken 10:0 [Price Two-pence Half-penny January i 7, 17 6" . To the Worthy Liverymen of tits Cuy ot* London. r'0UR%Pill and latereji arc bu.vb'y de-. lire A far S A M U EL TURNER, Efq; Al'.'.rrnun and CW!>u or^r, Tobi C om.i m AJjertor of the Rights, Privileges, and CMimer. ml Ir.:tye[l of b':s Fe.'Lzu 'Cl'tiZf- j .- And 1; be jh.uld he fc happy as to b'-eleifed. <&nl twediately rejicr. bis Go-ti-w, and dticte hit -iuhch Time tj the Dittos of tb.it impor- U;:on 1 ne Clof-- Of rite Poll YefarJzy at Jln:� o'clock, the Nurr.'iers llood thus : Tuefilay Wed. For Mr All. Turner & Mr AM. jiii'Teii 6^ Mr tilhs 31 Mr Tiir 31 Air Firman 2H ,n * The Poll will be open To tnorrjw Morn-! en o'Clo-.k, ar.d ol ifc jrTluee m the 140 94 Total 6-6 171 131 22 # inu at Afternoon -.-.-----.-� To the VVoahy Liverymen of the City o London. G e S I I EMEN, , /Tais the hrji Opportunity of returning yen my r/rojl grateful A:kr.jzvledament for your very r.umerini Appearance tbh Day at Guild' i.ill. by I'Jl-icb I have gamed a M.ijortty over tbe ether ii\-rtby Cm: iidates on this Day's Poll: I nntft er.'re.it the Coniinuance of your Favours in Suppsrt ot that Majority ; and ier L?-*ve to ajfure y
r. Waiker'i Name.) They, art plcal'ii.t i-.ii intallibie Cure for all Weakoefles, Sex'csj occifion'd by Straias, Mercurials, Stc it! Cafe* of a certain t>iforder, and have no Mcr< in diet Compofitioo. To be hid a: our WtrehouCe, che Bible and :he Upper-end of Flect-Lanc in the Old Blily, i tlfsof 5 j. or is. 6d. each, fealed up, with pr" rtciions. Advice given gratis by Final Cental, WlSf SXJ.S �nU Co.
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