London Evening Post, January 17, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 17, 1765, London, Middlesex The London �Port. Numb. 5807 From THURSDAY January 17, to SATURDAY January 19, 1765. {Price Two-pence Half-penny COUNTRY NEWS. Chelmsford, Jan. 18. - - - - ]\j Wednefday a meeting was held at the Saracen's Head in this town, to confider of the propofal for making the River Chelmer navigable; where it appeared that , ,,, ,.,,___rhe greateft part of ^Ve-rjioney to" defray the expence of the laid navigation wasfubferibed j and another meeting was appointed on ,-Captain . Brown, bound fom Cifco Bay, for London, with malts, Sec. who foundered five daysbefoie. The TharaeSj'Capt. Haggis, and cheGrof-venor, Capr. Saunders, bo;h in the Ealt-fntria-Cofflg'an'y's fervice, having comfleatei tfieir lading at Giavefehd, arelailed from thence' ft)/ ih6 Downs to proceed da their voyages. The Heftor will foon be refined for her voyage, and is to carry 300 foldicrs 10 Bengal. The damage done to'the Dutch fhip by the Hedor is amicably adjutted with the owners, and amounts to about $ouo 1. Extrait of a Utter from Plj?/;ouib - Doiky Ja�. r;. " Several veiTels aie failed to the Eaft-ward this day, and the outward bound in Catwater, are now getting teady to fail for the Weltward, as the wind is coming to t lie Northward, and the fea is gone down. We don't hear of any new wrecks Uf>ou this coaft, except with the fmugglers, whofe rafsof brandy are all wiecked : fome by the fea, othe s by officers, and the ie-majnder by thieves." Thurfday thePuifer of the Albion India-man, Capt. Larkens, came to the India-houfe, with the melancholy news of that fhip having been drove fiom h#r anchor in Margate Roads, by the violence of tha wind, on Wednefday in the afernoon, and was run upon the fands off the North Foreland, where Ihe foon went to piece?. The Captain, officers, and crew, are all faved, ad all the money, except: ona cheit (of iouiogne ; which there were fixty-three in number) together with the difpatchei and fume valuable efFedli ^ and moie would have been faved had it not been for the violence of the wind, and the fea's running exceeding higli. A very learned venerable Jew Kabbi arrived here lately'from Paleitiue, to make a collection among the Jews, for iebutlding feveral fynjgogues wh^'h wets d^lhajeJ by an earthquke a few yeais fi.ice ;n the Holy Ln-nd. Lait week the Rev. Mf.Silk was pref^nted to the reftory of Afhendon, in the coumy of Effex, by William Wiig'ht, tfqj of Witham in that county. Letters were received on Wednefday la ft from LordTylney, which left his Loidfhip well at MaifeiiJei the beginning of thi> /uonth^ fo that the report of his Lordfhip's deceafe was entirely without foundation, j Thurfday was married at St. Giles's, jCtippiegate, Mr. Djtton, of Bunhill-row, Mejchanr, to Mifs Elizabeth Swallow, of iRed-crofs-ft reet. Thurfday was married at the Quaker's uiepting, near Devonfhire fquare, Mr. Gibbons, Mealman, in Billiopfgate-ltree;, to Mrs. Sarali Mitton, of Whitechapel. A gentleman of fortune in tiie neighbourhood of Witney, in Oxfordfhire, between feveniy arfd eighty years of age, was lalt week married to his mad fervam, a gnl of feventeen. A few days ago died, at his houfe in Ca-vendifh fquare, Mr. \V00tren, a very celebrated Houfe-painter. " On Tuefday night 'died, at her apartments in Claiges-irieet, Mrs. Wrmhc ley, relicl of - Wimbeiley, lae of l;ul:u 11, ' Elq; By her death a jointure of five hundred pounds a year, a.-d a contidej able l'um j in the funds, devolves to Mi. Kolx-it Vv im-berley, at Temple Bar. i On Wednefday evening la ft died Suddenly, on a vitit at tea at die Hon. Col. Oughton'.-, near Piccadilly, the Right Hon. the Coun-tefsof Harcourt, Lady to the preTent Earl. Thurfday died of a confnmption, Jofejih Brogden, who has been principal Ce>k to' the acting magiftrates refiding in Bow-ftreet, Covcnt-garden, about thirty years, where he wore out an excellent conltitution , in the molt difa^reeable ami fevereft em-' tdfrp � His d,iii pfalm ove; ins grave ^ for whici'lte lef\ a ie^JCy of to.l. Le u;'a fiom Vo'kfni.e contrjdifl the jc-| ou'.; in 1'l.iuc i,f 'he London cc vb-paper^, rela iv>: 10 a d..'temper among the hoined" CJttie; a-d affueo us, that mere has been. \ no di'.temper auiungiiie cattle in any part of that county for many .years palt. I On WeJnefdjy a tnnn, that lodged in Swaa-yard; near Somerfet-houfe( labuuicd under fome dilco'nient cf mtnd, cut his tfiroat in fitch a teiribie. manser that his wifs foun afterwards found him dead on the : floor. , - '  1 The perfon who was taken out of the New Rivei, as mentioned in our la it, proves to be'one Mr. Moore, a Clock and Wach-maker, in the Lower-ltreer, Iilingion. He haa been out in the afternoon to take a walk, and as he was a rema.kabiy fober q'.tiet man, it is fiippofed he .was. fuddenly i'cu,td wiiha fit, and fell inothe nver. The following prifoners were caft fo: tra*"ifpoi.a'j} juhn Muiiit, for flcalii-.^a leu:ii ctiaii fea:, and leveia. cur'.ainr: A'vx.v del C';n^ell, for Healing a liveiy coat and wai'.tcoa', ihe propedy of Alcxandei lonelter, tfq, M<.les La.vton, for lttain.il a coachinan's great ccac, the propei 1 y of j j:ne.- Mm 13y j Tiicvuas Heck-ley, lor ltealing thiMejp ucjl-boaids, the piope:.y of C.iailes Dingley, hl'q, Mary Vender, for Healing a gown and a fhift; and Morrice Pearce, for robbing his ready-fur-niftied lodgings. Amelia Green, for ftealing fix cups and faucers, val.:er:d. was priva'ely whipped and dilcliart;-d. Tnurfda^ prifoners were tried, one of whom was capitally convicted, viz. Edward W iiiiaur, for a burglary in the dueiling lv ufe cf the Right Hon. tfi-j �arl', of Veiney, and Healing a great quantity of pla'e. Sarah Turner was found guihy of \ e ty la ceny, a^d j.i iv Jtely wiiips a-:d diCharged. Six wtie calt fur tranf^oitation, and fix aCviui: ted. IVancis Rsyes the fnher, ,and Frar.cu Raynes ihe fun, who belong to a i;ar?g of gipfiti, tha h.ve lor g infel'.ed : he couniies of Hants and Surry, aie committed 10 ihe New gaol in Scu-'ir.aik fir ho;fe-ltealing, and fo; othei jobbjries in that county. AR nCLF.S r/isTEtr.lGENCE, f am the Postscript-- cf all ihe Evening Papers of lafl Thurfday. . It is now cntrcnrJy rtporrcd, rharhis Serine Hi�hnefs the St.-i-litz, her Majcft/s ekicft hrot!:':r, \vi!l ^c-conirany the Prince Royal of Denmark, to " t:ii�l.iiitl ibiiietime early indie enftun" fj'ang. We hear the muniage ceremony of th'-ir Royal Ki^hnelfts of DeinmrJc and England will be co xlncl.-d by proxy fome time in March next, but riur. the princely juir will uor Ijc jxrmitted rn li\ e ro^alier. till after lier Royal Hiylsii'-fs the Princel'srCaroline Matilda fhall have attained l:sr l.xreeniii ye.;r. Ir u faid the ddjnftmenr of an annual revenue, fuit.mle to the dig iry of his RayA Higbnefs tut Duke cf Ciloucelter, to rlie umounr, as ir is fad, of forty tuotifaiid jjoimds fieri, pr aniiumn is nn\v iijon the carp.C. It is '.OvV laid the royal title of Lauc ifter, * u-lucii h^s liia.iy years Iain dormtnir, will foon I e recognized in the peifon of his M .jefty's ilnrd brother Prtnce Henry Frederick. Ir is reported, but with wlur aivhoriry we cannot fay, rlut Mr Pitt and Mr. Clwles . Townfend ^wli four be appointed SecrCTa'i�5 of Sme5-in the room of the Karls of H�Ufrtx and Sandwich. ,. We-are informed a f.hcme is in hand to in, vclt the moi^y arifing from rhe pjyrrent of Canada bills into cerrtun anmuri s, rraiibfrr.ible at the Bank, which will be a tr.e..ns of retaining very confiderable Aims from departing the kingdom. It is faid that tliere will certainly be a Ioc-tery this prefenc year, the tickets of which will be at two guineas, and ten blanks to a prize. Several Englilh artificers, who cannot find cmplnymenc at home, we are informed, are going to try their fortune in Poland, in confe-quence of his Polilh Majefty's great opinion of Kriiifh genius. We hear the following bills will foon be liid before the Hnnfe : a bill for granting permiflion to hen cerr.un new weekly markets in Scotland, trn- the benerir of inland trade ; and a bill for t..e_beit.r elt.iblilhmejit of free fchools in the f.me kingdom. -We are informed diar the Earl of Rute has la-e!y er.gced foir.e ihip-carpenters to build, f.�.im the timber of his til.te, the model of a rir'lt r t man of war, with a vi:w to alorn tie e*icnli\e c nal new making ac his Lordiliip s ie.u at Loot on Hoo in Bedfordlbire. Ir is reported, that the~fmallpox hofpital in Cold Bch fie'd<, will, when rhe new cue is fji'ilhed, be convened into a receptacle for poor blind people. To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders-of the County of Warwick. JLJAVING, this Day, been imanimouflj 1 J. nominated, at a General Meeting of the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders, as a proper Candidate, for this Courtly, in the Room of their late worthy Member, Mr. Craven, new Lord Cra ven ; I t.ike the earliifl Opportunity of returning you my moft grateful Thanks, for this very honcur-able Mark of DifHnttion and Regard. Permit met at the fame Time, to requeft tire Favour of your furtl er Suppcrt on the Day of Eleilwn, and to af-fureycu, that, if 1 have the Honour to be returned ytur Reprefentalive- in Parliament, tlx faithful Dijcharge of tie important Trufl repofed in me 'hail Le the preat and fole ObjecH of my Ambition, "l am, -^ith thegreateft Regard, Gentlemen, Warwick, Tour moflobedient and ' a j 1. 1, 170 7. Obliged bumble Servant, William Bromley. %* ihe Short nek of the Time, and Seafon of el- e 1 e..r, wiU, 1 hope, plead my Excufe for ndt nu'�i.!jj a 1*1 fun*! Application. The HEREFORDSHIRE Society. rHE Ahnivcrfaiy F E A S T of this I Society will be held at the Devil Tavern, Tern u- Bar, on Thurfday the 7th of Febrnary nextj at Time o'ClocX ; v. here the Company of all Members .ire defiretl to arceud that worthy '(.h.mry : And any G.-ntlsman, although not a, Membei, will be agreeable. STEWARDS. Will. DowdefweJI, Efq; John Scudtunore, Efq: Thomas Baynham, ESq, Mr. Jofias CleaJce, Mr. John KeyfalJ, Mr. Joiui Walt ;

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