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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 19, 1765, London, Middlesex                                � r " 4 Numb. 580$ From SATURDAY January 19, to TUESDAY January 22,  1765. * [Price Two-pence Half-penny Prom the london gazette. St. James's, Jan. 26, 176j. Y a letter from the Honourable Major - General Gage, Commander in Chief of his Majefty's forces in Norrh- America, to the Earl of Halifax, a general, and* it is hoped, kiting peace,, is concluded with all the Indian nations, who have taken up armsagainft his Majefty,"! Cumberland-Houfe, Jan. 1$. This day'qa- rpn Nolcken, E$voy Extraordinary fro the King of Sweden j M. de Vignola, Refideot from Venice; Count Biuhl, Envoy Extraordinary from the Ele&or of Saxony j  And ; The Chev.. Stapleton, Minifter Plenipo- frooi the Duke of Wunemberg, century r u-  \4      had their firft private audiences of his Royal ��ne,   i?1? - a^   Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, . jefty's Principal And afterwards of her Royal Highnefs Secretaries of State, da'ed at New-York,    princefs Amelia, at her own houfe. the r3th of December, 1764, the following advices have been received ; The perfidy of tile Shawnefe and De-    lhe Ceremonies. To both which they were introduced by Stephen CottrelJ, Efqj Afliftant Mafter pi kwares, and their having broken the ties, which even-the favage nations hold facred-amongit each other, required vigorous meafures to reduce them'. We had experienced their treachery fo often, that I determined 10 make no peace with them, but in the heart of their country, and upon fuch terms as (hould make ic as fecure as it was-poffible.   This condud ha& produced all*he good effefts which could be wiflied or expeiVed from it. Ttiofe Indians have been humbled, and reduced ro accept of peace uporf the4erms prefaibed to them, in fuch a manner as -will give reputation to his Majer.y-s arras amongit the feveral nations. The regular and* provincial troops under Coieael Bouquet/ Having been jbined by a . goud body of volunreeis from Virginia, and outers from Maiyland and Pennfylvania, marched from Fori Pitt the beginning of October* and got 10 Tufcaiowas about the j>th.   The inarch of the troops into their cuantry,' tfcr�W4he Savages into the greateit ccn&efna:ion, as they had  hoped woods would-piwedttbeta, and hadboafted of me fccurity t>f their fituation from our* attacks.    The Indians hovered round the their Bankruptcy poftpmed. John Warner Phipps, late of Lbndbn, Merchant, at Guildhall, March 9. BANKRUP      required to fur render Robert Manning, of Fleet-ftreet, London, Holier, at Guild hall > Jaji. 24, 2$, March a, John Cf abb, now or late of Switiiin's-lanc, Loudon, groker, at Guildhall, Jan. it, 36, March 2. DIVIDEMDS to be made to Creditors.     . Feb. 18. Joiui Kirkley, late of Hamfteels in the county of Durham, Malfter and Brewer, at the Queen's "Head in the North -Bailey, Durham. Feb. i'j.  Richard Davies, of Leather Lne, in r tl*e pariih of St. Andrew, Ha]born, irt the county   of Middlefex,   Chcefemonger,   at Guildliall, London.. Certificates to b* alfawtd* Fet. 9. James Appleton, of Frodilum, in the county of Cheiter, Dealer. , ~ .      * Jainfcs Hodges,'of Mile-End, in the parifh of Sr. Dunlhm, Stepney, in the county of Mid- UJeftx, Merchant, Sunday arrived a Mail from Holland. trpopi during tfheii march, but despairing of lucceis in an action,-'had recoutfe to ner gotiations. Th^y-were'toStlthat tnfcy migh* nave peace, Uut every ^Hfoner in their pot ieigon mtift' iirfl! be delivered up. They forAughtijvrtear t**emy, and proraifccL to deliver the reft ; bat as fheir promises were riot regarded, rtt�9? 40g4ged to deliver the whole on the ifloR*N<5vemberj at rheJ-Wks Peterjburgh, J)a. 18. Y brdel* of her Majefty, the Senate has JQ entered into a connadt wiihMr;Gooin| _ * an Engliihjnan, tjy which thi^^M^rebaat h& a right "to curdofoaW^a^e.re^ ^ou^ ^ *"ent to�ort fih "| Sc^g their prerogative ia the cafe S*bove-rhen- miiliop, ^nd were obliged to floop fertile farneconditionslasihe other;natiQjis. Thw ; ;tMiJ3iediacelyi' gave.Up; fortt" prifoners/.a*ia i his Jaftriot being admitted, \ tioned, and i ��'rtiejf' Urre de^ritr&d of it, would proteft againft It by/a tnaaifefto, -All fheiereprefentationswere to no purpofe, 1 in the fpring. the immediate reitittftion of all the prifofters t being the fine jua'non of peace,'   it was agreed, that parties fliould be fent from the army into their towns, to colled thtf pri-fondrs, and coridiid them to Eort Pit,f. Tixe* delivered, fix of their principal CKttk y-h6miesint6b\&-bind4^d appointed   Defliaies it being Voted by a majority that the province of Priilfia Ihpuld pay the general tax, .wejtaHhf otal^pr proYJpce^) ^lii^d^rifi '%^po(jfl)f J, have bfui .co,gieq��a biiity, that all the rich cloaths^ in which they appeared~on Friday at Courr, were pf Brhifh manufedure. Sunday the Rev. Dr. Jenner, Archdeacon of Huntingdop, and Prebendary x>f Lincoln, preached before their Majefties at the Chapel Royal. Lord Vifcoum Bottkdurt carried the fword of ftatew On Saturday laft ended the poll for 'the office of Chamberlain, when.91 polled for Mr.. Alderman Janffen, notwithftanding Mr. Alderman Turner had declined the poll Mr. William confifted^of ^bout $oo pieces, and which, uppn an aveiage, fold for ij_s. 6d. per yard, it w^a.allowed, that they were ex-ceedifl^'good of the fort, and that it was believed, there uill ftionly be no occafon to fend fo much Englifli money out of the kingdom, aj5 has been Jong done, to pur-chafe a-cominodity, which, if this manu-,: fadory .ThbiiU be. pioperiy encouiaged, will fee of 1 lie greai^ff .utility to the whole na- * A mm uon. We hear "the Society of arts, manufac-lUits, Sc. in tlie'Suand, have agreed to the motion for another exhibition this prdent year i and that the fame will come on again, in the Society, on Wednesday next, at eight o'clock precifely/ when 'tis thought many well-wTIhers.io the Society will attend. Mr, Beaidwell is appointed one of the Groom*,yf the Buitei'y tohisMajefty, ia the room of Mr. Hayes, who rtihcs. ThUrfday morning.the Hon. Mrs. WaU nngham was fafely delivered of a fon, at herhbufe in New Portugai-ftreet. Sunciay was married, at Sr. Sep'ulchre,5, Mr. Rugeiey, Pottpn Carrier, to Mrs, Weaver,4 miitrefs of ch? Swafl with Two Necks, a 40ted Inn jo St. JohnVftreet, Smithfieid, and relid of the Jare Mr, died about two months aeo. Weaver, who the and preceding night ; Whitcher and Mr. Abraham Darking;, who had demanded the poll for Mr. Deputy *f Long, alfo attended at the opening the Huftings, to withdraw their demand of the faid poll. The general toaft on Saturday night at es's end of the town was, Prof- His Gr^ce the Archbi&op of Canterbury ii much indifpofed wiiJi the go^it at his pa-laire at. Lambeth. the St. James s ena or tne town was jperity to the genecous Citj^ens of London, "afl^ health to their new Chamberlain. In the great, con reft for rhe otfice'of*; navy On Saturday morning died the Lady of the Hon. Lord Digby, one of the Lords of the Admiralty, at his houle in Dover- ftre^u On ThUrfday died, at his houfe in Li e- }* hotift, aged 7^ Cooyers Beaton, �fq^ late Commander of a 36 gun frigate in the royal Chamberlain, when Mr. Bofwonh and Mr. Selwin^'ere the candidates, which was one . SWf the greateft and mofl equal druggies that | ever wasjtnown in this city, the numbers on each day's poll were as follow ; tor Mrv Bofwdrth.   Mr. Sel\vin% Friday Mitch 2(5, 28, '393 4 a ving f,ioo,co.o L the fum 4ue f&r^th?^nq(jDte^ in the ful- ei�ht nance of their prifoners of war, low ing' manner:" 176,000], within days trom the time of its being agreed upon by  Dur Court,  looped )v ' more- within twelve months a^d:the remainder at eight quarterly payments. \ " "The fp'rguof the Fume, a Spanifiii man; of war. wbtch arrived at Cadi2 the zoih1 \ pall, from Carthagena and the Havanriah, confiits of 1,169,601 hard doi'ars in gold, 4^6,004 in filver,  136,683 in .gold bars, B586 in filver, one bcohbf pearls,;i>ne ditto wrought plate, 733? OTove*-,fnuff* h$z8 1 carriage; the borfes taking fright, ran the 'fhwfday laft died Mr. Jackfon, Oval-�frame turner to hjs Royal Highnefs the Duke of-Cumberland, in Tottenham-court-road.- On Friday laft dfed of a mortification ia �hfi "bowifcl^ Mr, Heath," 'Shagreen Cafc-maker. in'Hauon-earden. ;   l:he feirie day died " of rhe fatoe ftreet/ The fame evening died of the gout in hi --ftumach, - Mr. Hunton, Whip-handle-ker, in Great Kirby-ltreet* Har Saturday mWfifng laft d:,d~ A,      s > an  eminent Linn en   * Long-Acre. Sunday night were dep  had enteied into the ^Company's whipH hehas'.obftrvedin ail his tranfafttons wiAi -rtiofe ft-eacherous 'Savage, wotfjd'ever have brought them^o a ferious. pb&ce* J w*c I now flatter tn^felf, ihit the country is reftore4to its former tranquility, atad'that from Baftia4 we haveijuft received, th�'7�  notwithftanding the fhip had got eight feet water ; the people in their diitrefs, fired minute guns before any boat* came to their adiitance my and when the fol-dieHs.got on fhore, they ^11 made the be ft .of their way for London, /f    ' We areinfqrmed, tliat..a( the firft lalei laft Thurfday evening, at Ganaway'sooffee^ houfe, of the Eng}ifl) cambricks, which nation. On Friday evening a genteel young fellow went to the houfe of Mr. Chap^m, Watchmaker in Clerkenwell* and tdldhink his uncle defired to fpeak with him at.the Delphin aiehoufe hard by; ^nd in the interim Mr. Chapiyn's houfe was robbed of two fiker watches,-as fuppofedby thettoa-federatea.of this .ftilovr, for Mr. Cbirfya found no perfon waiting forhrm atthe\le-? Friday night laft:the houfe of Mr/Jo-feph Hall at Marybone was burglaiioufly   

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