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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 26, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5811 SATURDAY January 2^ to TUESDAY January 29 *765- [Price Two-pence Half-penny W*�/LoN0ON<3a.2.ETTB%   ^ *St*cJtbnIm, Jan. 8. v A ST Sunday the * Court \*enc .out of mourning for the King's Sifter j and there was a ball at Court it the evening/ Whitehall Jan. 26. The fofcg has been pjeafed to   grant   unto Charles Simpfon, E% the office of Serje-,n at Arms inordinary. BANKRUPTS. Bcj-.J-mi.: v'right, of Peterborough, in North-arajronihure, Com-fadtor. t To appear Feb. .,     March yy atOniJclhaJI. the compliments of thefi^ilKy^cn hii recovery frtJm his late indifp^fition.,    ^ Sunday -theie wa^ a Cabinet Council at Sr. Jamerfc qn affairs pf importance, which did npt break up till near five o'clock. On Saturday Count Bothraan, Envoy Extraordinary fromxhe Court of Denmark, J fcjp Sfqj cfecfeafed: Mr. Natham Crofley. to fteceed Mr. FothergHl as a SuperVifof: Mr. Norton Amber fucceeds Mr. Crofley as Clerk in the Letter of Attorney-office. The Lady of Lord Vifcount Falmouth, J Richard TapfeJJ, late of Wadnurft in Suffer, Iron-founder, To -appear Jan. 19, Feb. 1 ij March 9, at Guildhall. Jplin Clement, and WUliafn Old, of Mark-Laie,""London, Corn fadtors.' To appear J 3�� Feb* 5�"March 93 at GuildhaJl. Wflliaxn Barker, 'of Liverpool in Lancafhire, Grocer. To appear March 7, 8, 9, at Pon-tack's Coffee-houfe inWater-ftreet, Liverpool. James Chambers, of Liverpool in Lancaihire, Merchant. To appear March .7, 8, 9, at Poiuack's .Cofree-houfe in1 Water-ftreer, Li- Terpool. 'Dividends tobe made to Creditors. Feb. 18.  WiJJiam Auugle, of Darlington in the county of Durham, Woollen-draper and Shopkeeper, at Guildhall. FeK 23.   Roger Pinckney, of Great Wild-flreer, St. Giles's in the Fields, Middlefex, Brewer, at Guildhall. Feb. 19.   Peter Blenkinfop, jun. of Durham, Upholder, at Guildhall. Feb. 21. William Winter, of Portfmonth in Hainpfliirej Salelinan and Taylor, at Guildhall.  . 19.. Johft Gibfon, of Xing-itreet, Weft-minfter^ Vintner, at Guildhall. ^ Feb. 23. Henry Leefon, of the Straqd, Middlefex, Haberdaflrer, at Guildhall. llonved. gave a grand eruehafnment to a great number of nobility and foreign minifters, in honotir-of his Royal HigUnefs the Prince of Denmark's birth-dfiy. ' On Saturday la ft Sir Edmund Thomas, Bart, his Lady and family,-came from their feat in Wale , to their"houl'e in Sr.'JamesV ftreer. . " . \ . ,   : Same day Sir Laurence Dundas, Bart, fex out from (us houfe in Ailirigtonrftreer, St. James's, for Moor-narl^ in'Hert^prdfbire. Several eminent fifk raanuTafturers in Spi- talfieldsattended onFriday ai ihe'Tfeafur'y, and were examined by their Lordfhips upon the decline of ihat valuable branch of trade. It is faid a noble Cotfntefs, highly diftin-guifhed for her pubjic fpirir, has declared her intention of wearing only Briiilh manufactures ; and to encourage the manufacturer, has allowed him to affix to his name and fign, Weaver to her Ladyfhip. A itocking merchant at Doncafter, who lately fold twenty pair at one guinea each pair, has got a commiffion from fome of the nobility, for fix pairs, at fix pound each pair, which he has undertaken to 'execute. To fo great per fed ion is that branch of Britifh manufactory arrived at. We'hear, that a very laudable fubfcription -will foon be fet on foot, among the gentlemen of a certain critical profefiion. We hear that Mr. Milne has propofed to the Committee for Elack-Friars-bridge, to ake the bridge paffable for fodt-patfengers. by Midfummer next, at the. additional ex* pence of joool. more' than their conti*a#s. The fling George packet boat, Capt. Bowne, is arrived at Falmouth from Ltfbon in eight dajrs, where fhe was detained 28 days for a barr, and at la ft, on account of bad Weather, was obliged to JbringaWay the pitot. Thirty per cent. infuraAce was given on her. ^ , , They write from Jamaica* that ia. con- On Friday night the Lady of Sir John Tyrrell, Barr. was fafely delivered of a daughter, at his houfe in Wellbank-ftreei near Cavendifb-fquare. Sunday morning was married Mr. John Cauldwell, Druggift, of Weft Smithfield toMifs WetherelJ, of the fame pjace, Saturday morning was married at Sj. Clement Danes, Mr, Jacob Jonus, Linnen draper, of Weft-Smhhfield, to MiG Salla of Sr. Clement Danes. way Wai Humphrys, of Lothbury, to MiG Pacerfon, only daughter of Mr. Paterfon, Attorney in Winchefter-ftreer. On Saturday was married Mr. Jeffre; Meggs, an eminent Brewer and Corn-chand ler, at Stratford, to Mifs Catherine Murray, of St. Paul's Church-yard, Saturday fe'nnight died fuddenly, William Wakeham, Elqj of Beckfordr in the county of Glouceiter. On Friday evening laftdied at Elfworth in Cambridgeffiire, Samuel Heathcote Hoi worthy, Lfq; pofleffed of a confiderabl eftate at that olace. in the commiffion c Cambridg commoner lege in that univerfity. Thurfday died, afhis lodgings on Tower-hill, Mr. Robert Goodwin, late a Clerk in the Navy-office. Very lately died Mr. Blifs, Warehoufe-man,. in Cateaton-ltreer, late partner with Mr. Widgewood, of the fame place. ? Laft week a gentleman going abroad, having advortifed for fome fervanrs, had 00 1 than a Ichoofc Such Feb. 16.   Thomas- Hal/, of Chifwell-ftreer, | fcquence of a late edid from the. Court of Yerf^e^.w^eteby every planter in the French f&ttletfTfthUs is entfitined^to fet apart a: Lmrien b. 16. John Hamilton^ of r. Gile Fields, Middlefe^ Glazier.. PORT 7 w Arrived fhe Polly, lately from fiilboa 5 Elizabeth, Hefcroff -7 Parkfon, Eeedj Neptune, Landfr; George, Diw; Ware-ham, Thorhpfon; . Salmon, Dunn; Mary and Elizabeth, Heft"; and Thomas and Mary, Phillips, froin London. t>eaiy Jan. i5. Remains the EatMndia yacht, Cipt. Boyce,   V/ind S. S. W. f)eal3 Jan. 27. Came down and remain with the Cruizer floop, the Eaft-India yaciit; WjiI-liam and Elizabeth, Young, for Antigua ; Prince Frederick, Johnfon; Porpns, Gray; Rofe, Brerr, and Montague Bay, Trenharh, for Jamaica ; Repair^ Traver, for Limington ; and Jcriny, Heath, for Moiuferrar. Wind Wf W. ARRIVALS at the following PORTS, t Liibon, Cambei well, Travers, and Tagns, Innis, Gotsy London ; and Bever, Lee, from Quebec andX5afpic. [At St. Kijt's, Bet fey, Cawfey, from BriftoPj and^uba^ Penhall, from Africa, t Baxbadoes, Fair Trader, Hcnfloy^ from Brif- t Figuera, Grace, Herder; Prifciila, Loder; and SaJly, Dehtime, from Newfoundland; and Charlotte, Jarrart, from Loaidon. At Venice, Aftive, Waide, from Peteriburgh. At Bilboa," Hetty, Bdubier, from Mafblehead. At Africa, Africa, Stevens, from London. At Totago, Melvill, Ogilrie, from London. Hetrick : certain quantity ?>f land for the purpofes of rearing live ftock j the greateft plenty of all forts of cSttle, poultry* &c. now fab-lifts at Guadalupe, Martinico, arid their other iflands in the Weft-Indies, which w  - .      - prudent regulation has already begun to cut   made his efcape from Newgate, was retaken L|     tO out,of place, Once vails began to be taken away*        - Friday a young woman, named Mitchell, d?ce#tiy dreffed4 tall and genteel in perfon, was examined before the Sitting juftkes ar HicksVhail, charged with robbing a houfe in Long-lane, Smithfield, of a watch and (pt^keiiweU. She Jhas been weD brought lip, and feverai perfons of credit appeared to her cliarafler. Saturday morniBg it was reported, that Morgan, the famous highwayman, who off very large profits from the British nor-   in EfTex. thern colonies, which they ufed to receive annually in cafh, treacle, rum, and fugar, in their returns for this trade." Extract of a Utter from Leghorn^ Dee. 31. " The French in Corficacall themfdves auxiliaries and mediators, at the fame time they a�l in an boftile manner. The detachment employed by them in the/fiege of Sr. Fiorenzb, has already experienced the vengeance of the. malecontents, by their conftant firing on them, and taking one of their Officers a prifoner, who, neverthelefs, was foon difcharged by order of Paoli. This beginning is in confirmation of their oath, which was* that They would chufe rather to die than be-fubjeft to the Republic i whence there is reafon to believe the French will find it no eaiy matter to fucceed in their undertaking." I- Ext raff of a letter from Paris, Dee. *6* th Postscripts of Papers of /^Saturday. f> Hambi ing Dnke of Mecklenburgh Sclrwerin, has ordered a digeft from the celebrated Code of Pruf- drawJi fubjedl h^t a certain great fea Cornier, who has long and ably diiUngniflied "ejf xji the Jervice of his King ajid country, fbortly appear at the head of a great deparc- ment. has. agreed y 130,000], immediately, in part of the o^ooo L on account of the French prisoners  i\ che remainder ar 40,000]. a quarter, tiU ? vvboJe is paid. Letters from Madrid import, that the Court Snain defieifs to form a fetdenient ac the " Thegid who married another at Lyons of jUan-Fernandez, in the South Seas, laft year, and of who we ipok'e on a for-' She Londonderry Marquis of.Granby, Kerr: aud Hibernwn, Keith, Happy Return, Mc Sullivan ; from Betty, Phila- Fowaker, from New delphia. At Viemu, Tom Cod, foundland. At'Tincsnouth,. Hanover, Pittmau, from Vienna. " At Dover, Nancy, Hogan, from Guadaloupe-; and Namure, HugUdi^ from Jamaica. .-At Jamaica, .'Society, Moneypenny ; Dolphin, Johnfon, and Hare, Colly, from Africa; . Gharmhig Sally,' Finch, from Madeira ; . Albion, Falconer, from London; NeJly, Campbell, frdrn ditto, for Penfacola. r'�-On Saturday .their Majefties took an airing to Kewy and-returned to the Queen's palace a little before four o'clock. mer occafion, is an Herrttaphrodite. would not have determined, it.i&faid, to have taken upon her the chara&er of a man, but that her Confeffor had aifured her that of a woman would riot fuft her fo well.1* ; It is fafd that the Right Hon.1 the Earl of Pembroke will be >chofen Prefidenf of the Antiquarian Society, in the room of Lord Willoughby of Farham, deceafed. ' The Duichefs Dowager of Portland has prefentedthe Rev. Richard Kaye, L. L. B. arid brother to Sir John Lifter Kaye, Barr. to the valuahie reftory of Kirkby in Alhford, in Nottinghamfhire. The Rev. Mr. Nevill Walter is inftituted to the re. a JmaH Scar on hii Forehead, � of a bulky Growth, and has remarkable thick Legs; �iid he was Brother to Sir W. * j that he was born in ^Jf^r Y6tTc9 Cot is be] to be a 1 Inthnua, and has iatdy paiTcd by the NimeofB-ft. \t is conjectured that he lately forged a Draft for *}L and hpward*, m�a� nonM l*> be drawn by one Henry Harvey c* _- ThftML Efo; Brifiol. He had on when he made away, a light Drab Criat (vta-y greafy) I Jack E veil airing liWeechcs, and a �lain Felt Hat with a Cocfcade. ANTED to lOTTi* THE Perpetuity 6f a Living, from a^ol. to 4001. per Axnum, where tiie Creftnt Incumbent is vqry okl; or an immediate refentation, with a very good Houfe, and a dry and pleafant Situation, within thirty Miles of Abingdon in Berkshire. Whoever has inch a one to difpofe of^ and will fend the Particulars to Mr. WoodfaJl, the Corner of CraigVCourt, Charing-Crbfs, may havtf an Anfwer the rlext Day._ SOLD at James's LIVERY STABLES* Shoe Lane, Fleet-Street, London, HE Genuine, Famous and Real WORM MEDICINES, of my late Cofin, Mr. ]ohn Moore, of Abchurch-Une, lite of Lawrence Pounrnej-Lanc; has been fol4 by my Aont9 Mm Hub* Sard, ac Moore's, Pcftle and Mortar in the Strand, late of Sc Marcins-k^Grind, upwards of five and twenty Years: Mr. Hubbard is lately deceafed \ wa> with me fome Time before her Peach 5 has gitfn me the Rcceip;, tndfuBy inftruded mC in the true Preparation pf the Mcdjcinc?. The Real Powdea arc fcal'd with the Doc-tor1* Crcft, with John Moore's Powder* rou id them.** Thefe Medicines have Been fo well kbown in the World, they want no RecommCQd&tion.   

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