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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 22, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Frpin TUESDAY January 2 2, to nuary  24, I76J. [Price Two-pence Half-pennjr from ibt Lo'ndon gazette* Stockholm, Dec. 31. Efterday a courier arrived here from Raffia, who has brought Count Ofterman the order of St. Anne, with which he this city, as well as on the mqft worthy Webbe, daughter of Thomas Webbe, Efcfo Gentleman who was the juft objeft of their of Brook-green, Hammerfmiih. unfollicited and uninfluenced choice; A few days fince died, at his feat at Mere, The following fong, written for that near Knufsford, Cheshire, in the^cth yeai joyful occafion, was then fung Alderman j ANSSEN's Health. Tune, Heart of Oak are our Ships, &e. ,of his age, Peter Brooke, �fq^ a gentleman, whofe ihidl honour, unequalled hofpiiali* y, and amiable conduct in every pare of lite (for upwaids of so years thai he refided in YE Liverymen, wife, whom juftice delights;   | that count] y ) juftly rendered him the obje  vTh a brave fpiric, nuiuuin all your laft night. Cop en 8. M 7 porten, Minifter from Sweden, is fet out for Stockholm to affift at the Dyet j and M. de Scheven, Secretary of Legation, re-arris Charge des Affaires during his ab-fence. V �r#�t Jan. 8. M. dtf Refdtj who refided atlhiscourtin the character of Envoy Extraordinary from the Emprefs Queen, fet out Veiterday for Vienna. ^ Berlin, Jan. rz. Count Woronzow, Great **��ceUor of Ruffia, who has been here evcrfince the 2d of November laft, fet out yfefterday oa his return to Pererfbourg. BANKRUPT. Benjamin Field, of Gracechnrch-ftreet, London, Ho�er, to appear au. 2.6, Feb. 8^ and March -5> at Gu^dhalJ. dividends to be made to Creditors. Teb. 23.  John Ourain, of Barnefley,  in the ' county of York, Grocer, at GuildhJJ, London. Feb. a8. Jeflon Homfray, late of Old Swin-ford, iii the county of V/orcefler, Merchant, at the Talbot in Stowerbridge. PORT   NEWS. Falmouth, Jan. 19. Arrived the Succefs, Ga^land^rom Penzance. Sailed the Britannia, Giifwold, for the Straits. Pot back the Hano-very packet boat, Todd, for Liibon; Sirffolic packet'boar, Butt, for the Weft-Indies; Fox, Gofs- Peggy, Gnu t; Dolphin, Duntterviile ; and Lovely Phillis, Richards, for the Straits j and a veffel, bound for St. Andero.  , Arrived the Abraham, Sailed the Gaeriv Remain in 7 Docker, from Ponfmouth. fey roan of war for the Downs. theSouncJ bis Majefty's fljip Edgar, Shannon frigate, and Houud Hoop. Deal, Jan.**. Remain the three E*ft-India*, men, his Majefly's ihipLiveJy, aritt the Eaft-India yacht. Put back and remain the Coni-merce, Lone, for Barbadoes j Charming &ljy, Rainerj Shrewsbury, Godfrey, and Spipio, Kerr, for AJicant; Friends Goodwill, Biggs, fi>r Cork and Carolina ; and Ansa Margaret^ RomelL * All the other fhips failed yelteiday, Cal Paft by the Chriftie, and keep out. - Gravefendy J JFLawriu, from Virginia j and Libert; fsaat St. Kitt's. ARRIVALS at tbe following PO At Philadelphia, Rofe, McNutt, from - de*ry, aod Hope3 Rofs, from Cork. At Bfracomb, Briton, Beuinham, f maica for London. J LONDON On Monday the Earl of Farnham arrived 3t his houfe in Dover-itreer, from Ireland. On Monday the Hon. General Cavendifh, formerly in the Prullian fervice, but lately promoted iatbat of the King of Portugal, vriftdin town from Berlin, and after vifit-ing the capital places in this metropolis, WuFembark for Portugal, to take upon him hiscommand in the faid fervice. IT he French have united the intendantfliip and government or trie manaor oc. i-ucia, with that of Martinico. It is certain that fome (hips of the line afidjfevml frigates are ordered to be fitted W* and jo be ready to put to fea by the fc&MiHDgof March. We hear, that in the propofed aft of in-Mvency, fuch debtors who fhall-be found emitkd-totheir difcharge, and chufe to fet-t\ein any of his Majeity's new Ameiican proninces, will have, betkies other advan-aages, the benefit of a free pafTage at the Government's expence. " Xiapt.Thompfon, of the Port Royal, who isait'ived inthe River from the Bay of Hon-dEuj:as9-fp()ke'wit-h the Olive Branch, Ro-binfon,' from the Bay for Philadelphia, a-, bout fix weeks ago, clear of the Gulph, all �ve 1. . ftiht^CoUntefs of Elgin, Fullerton, from ^Tamatca for London, is put back to Port :ioyal;Band* was there the lothof Novem- ber. " .Tuefday the Gentlemen who voluntarily formed themfelves into a committee, for ^coodufting the eleftion in favour of Mr. Alderman Janffen, for Chamberlain of the City of London, gave a very elegant entertainment, 'at the White-Hare tavern, wirh-Ain Ri(hnnfpfltev to that Genileman, on his A noble inftance of freedom w**v    --r ar being chofen. iieleftion%> whicbrefleft* Rights; Who generous and grateful, rude Liltfls^defpife, And bid injur'd merit .to dignities rife. Chorus. Fill to Janflen the glafs, who fuch virtue has fhoivn; " 'Twill live long in ftory, 'Twill add to your glory j Few brighter examples in Greece were kaown. To blaft his fair views, vizard Falfiood^arofe, And cloath'd like old Satan, did fiercely oppofe r When Truth/like an Angel, fhot fwift from the fkies ^ RepellM Falshood's arrows; tore off her difguiie. Fill to JanlTen, &c. Renown'd art thou, LOKDON, by this fingle choice! of univerfai eflteefn and refpedt, as his death does of general lamentation to aA ranks of people, who had either the pleafure of his acquaintance, or experienced the comfort of his beneficence, Friday laft died, at his hbufe in Hatton-garden, Robert Michel, Efq; many years Regilter to the Amicable Society for Aifu-rance on liver, in Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-ftreet; but upon the death of Mis. Mary Michel, of Alderraanbury, in the year 1748, he refigned (hat office, on, fucceeding to.a con(iderable fortune. On Saturday died* at his houfe" near Globe Hairs, Kotherhuh, in die 73d year of his age, after being bedudden nearJiine years, Mr. Robert Love, an eminent whole-fale ironmonger. Sunday died, at Twickenham, William Fiflier, Efq- formerly in the commilTion of It is faitf a third troop of Life guai-ds wifl fixvV be added to the eftablifhtnenr. Sixteen thoufaftd men for fea fervice is agreei oh tor ihe year ij6$. We hear ninety.five thoufand pounds ftexllng were week bought into ihe public funds, b� commiilions from France. It is faid, that Sir William joiinfoiL at pre-fent in North America, will fpoti be pro&dtca tn the dignity of the Britiflj Peerage. Monday I*ft difpatchei were ferit dff to liar-wich for the Cohrt of W-ar&w. eel ff^to his 3 Goveriior Now all court thy fervice^-now millions.re-    t^ peace for Suffex. J�ice* On Monday died, agcQ 92, at his houfe In Memory's bright temple, this derfuoirtjUj   JnShadwe!l, Capt. William Muftets, many T, ......1........_      .�years commander of the Ruby Merchant fhip in the Welt-India trade, and owner of In ages to come, 'twill with pleafure be toJd. Fill to Janffen, &e- God blefs their majesties reign ! May our Trade and our Triumphs ipread wide o'er the main ! i May each honeft Briton apphud jANSS'EN'szeal, And labour as nobly fpr our common.weal. CHORU*.^. Tpour Chamberlain the glafs, who fuch virtue has fliown j 'Twill live long hi ftory, 'Twill add to your.glory j Few brighter examples in Greece were known. The Right Hon. Hans Stanley, Efq; is appointed Vice-Admiral of the Me. of Wight, in the room of Thomas Lord Holmes, deceafed. long be their    fcveral Merchant flaps. On Monday night died, 3t hrss houfe in Ctave^-ilieci in. the Suand, aged 54, the Right.Hon.>-jHugh Wiiloughby, Lord WiU luughby sf Pariiam, Preliden^ of the' Society of Antiquarians, and F." R. S. We hear ehe-mle .defcetids; to Col. Henry Wii-loughby, of "Tott-er-hiU. Tuefday morning dieii at his chambers hi the King's Bench walks in the.Temple, Jo-fhua Blew, tfqj one of tiie gantlemen Benchers. on aiJ^irs of importaute; The Coronation Dyet of Poland has permitted the BiOiops of Pdfirinia and KaiAirfieck, as weJl as the Palatines of Voliuiih, Podiachia; Marie** burg, and Miufk, to travel into the d^retifc countries of Europe. They write from Warfaw, tiiat a ne�r Hi & laid on the poftage of letters in Polajad, wbictt was to take place at the cdmmeucegien* of rtie cfew year, and from which no pcfftal, of vvhat- er flate or condition, is eiei^^ad. Letters from Warfaw advife, that his Polifli Majcftyis going tcLeflablifh an academy of painting, fculpture, ajidarciiitefhre in that city^ under his royal patronage. They write from Notthgham, tliac near i hundred journeymen Stocking Weaves have lately kft that town, with a defign of feekirfg bri New York, an^ Philaddpbb; report rJiaxn tinte. L35II week a farmer near Hackney having j iooh per annum. been out a /hooting, on his ieiurn home 10 Wick farm, placed his gun. in a corner of It is faid a fiiiri of 'money will fpeedily* b6 remitted on th.* government's accounc3 to be applied for the relief of the unhappy fafferers by the larc dreadful fire at Konigfber^. A certain great Anatomift, at the Weft cird of the town, has obtained the promife of z grant of a piece of ground in Scotland yard, for eredling a theatre there, . for . reading .public' ledtures in Anatorhy j and it is alfo laid, that st, tdf ivirh a iaiary of appain / - r appointed Cap-tain of an independent company, now on dutyar Tilbury Fort. *in ttitf Hbbm-of'Cai�r� Ho veil, niteftflW^'       ' ^ in the 7fd regiment, in theroortof Enfiga Brufc, deceared. Tuefday came on another eteftion F will, i^doubredJy, foon brin^ meat to a (of Hrnniwick^ and tttrioiifiy ndornecl wiih | t^TnrReli^us^lwaSer 7i� WW^d leafonable price. - - - On Monday night the Lady of the" Hon. George Glive, Efqj Member for Bifhops-Caftle in Shropshire, wasfafely delivered of a daughter, at his houfe in Bedfofd-row� Tuefday morning-was married Mr. Bird, jewel?,- has lately beeirfent over us    pre fent to their Majclties. On Saturday laft his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glouceiler was clnoivn from his horfe near l^yegn'te in Surry ; hut his Highnefs received no lmrt, only was pretty niuci'i dafibed by faJJing ; ^un.- of White-Fiiarsy Mcicfianr^ to Mift 1 irtiwnwre/ irracl irtd JnJah: Wherein the Afpcrfian, :hVc,vn u>n, him by a modern Author, an: proVctI l0 be fa]f- ardJ malicious And rht Ktgk ihe Rojal ft:Harch ha,~ n ; Ncx-bcry^ iri'St/PatdV Churrf^Va^d.-   

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