London Evening Post, January 29, 1765

London Evening Post

January 29, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 29, 1765, London, Middlesex 1;!. vrsibi oi cue UiCi* \:uid sre2 .$Hs� Numb. 581$; I. 7 si �E ft 'v-ffSP?, with 1* &r ^many? B?n^?;therairi^ et , jo- aboun W middle" of "^pecember gtfpat ' Vi'^ !j^pdJ fy^'wT] IjUJIl.J ii, JlllHJlllmfl V, *t^ mouth of the liver hasten' Mi�kr.tha$ not veflW:CcuW ptft 'to fea. On the z^ijj we had, a. violent. ,ftprm from, t)ie North-I Weft, .whtcMbftu* ^ji^o.c/ock eiwlejicyj a !UrkUM^*nd,|ivAhaw ^uarjer^dF - h(Sur:after /�U*;��i kcaajpgtfldck oft an_e#t^ua1fl! .io,*^,; pendicfli�?4J*aiil>iu TfeMjitiruroi- tkhlw Edward Hcdin#en^�f^pisA�i^^ ;Cha|4n�B>i> Ttet|*fe��bP^, ^ci JW, ^ffgl?-jl Ifaac Mitchell, it-,' ^ 4* re-Se^ed-fQp. thpawdJberough.vj t tusi. to j* piTueljJaV A1 Crieff Mr. fenflfeo Avi|*i wing ffiod: fueech: . .ght oF^fferWht^of'l'bte^�& cir^, and as 1 uch am^rfvJftaili l^l&i^i6ilpQrable!qoart f LosM^rlidf -^3n- iffent with the duties of rf? office to, conja- |>f therdiaiatioii:o�aiy;gp^n. -.jrc- iif^^j3tiflferi1p^^dedth?f AtifrnVn, ^^e^fMif inade four perfcrfjfJt^ thi$g�;vt> ~ A wafdmote-Amllz fee {leAdtojBibrrow for jward,/'iorooin;-,'-->j km t� u:.".!.. . r-... 11,, 1 .1;. >*TOSf !o"./ .1//. ie'foSnw'aBldiy} shd agwiund^bat all the Th^'Succefe, xJ^^aft^rf^^lTpifl Bg. Btjiweft.!  fofl?6Srd-feorltd/4ier boat beiog affil^^rj^rdt^rvB^Bup^is (6 much da- afcBiey^Gtf^.fJa�kes WejftyU>^he,Ofange ^h^g^of militia, r^HJ^fe;Ag-nes''Arnold^. On F^Way kft^ j�4 ar^JE-Born, in the inty ogfSiiffaK; ia.TtheA^-i-ft, year.of lifs "SaainelX:^al&^E^f of 7" 4 &ipdat�.wtto^tdiedjrt at,i big ^hpufe ia.^ fTfibrta^ip^roVtf/ ;ah 'era^dnt- Wjne^ inerchat�t;1 Articleso/Intelugekc'Ej St. font j /^e Postscri'pts all the'Evemug ! Papers 0/ /ay? TuefJay.  ; It is how whifpered fofrie flrenaoiis endea-v|ours to prevent Great? .LiJlipiH from engaging tpo ill the fui&rgx pra�lice of irnrnRdrrare-fub/idifs, will very, fpeedily be Lrouglic u^'ou the casper. , � Great ntimlwrs of .-the following fhnrt liar.4 bills/vyere on Monday and 1\\zfJ*y uiorni; g difperfed in the public ftreets : " Weftnii:-fter,..Tuefday, January 7.9; i-5y, D.ty, LIBERTY/'. Aa the motives Tor a diftasH parts olW^iog^Wat ajacgej!^ pfe^ei and t&their-gteat cerror^ TojMiody; tKfs ^ift-hlef, the GoVeiiTiors (fapporfetf by iil4^y/.generoU5AdQ^iatiorib) have lakeii-itf roo incurables j arid if tliey wer.e e,nable$3(j by;3i^ FiberaViry'oif ttas ^ubltcj immediately W.^mit afl;^itedi�^ged, 'the irlftfc tution wOuld'o^e corn plea5? ;Rahd fu^y/tlfere cannot r be aAconger callNU^^n,^h*fi J&'m>~ nlty and benevojence, than to fuceour tl*e mqft ^vre^e^^^ide^Tpraple o|ra4U\h*u?iraTi b9tg^ tf^i!;:U% I J^ii, il J - t^itefs ftamJ^iadpid ^pErn^h?acc*ou|its ^ffem t^outhamptcyi for this Dlaice,,\yith  for the reception of their�tinje of -^Tq Ayiwd the:HiKbo- W& heir a,pn foot for every' tWsliij fV&eti Grayest. aiid-SpacWh', H^w-; j^rovincft.ipJ^^thAtfftrka to furftifh^a faf-. fans, from rteu2ancc. . s^led-tije. Ttotifa -fiwetH-ft^mbtr of giiard-fliip^,' foaliejfefgnce' , Wj-.&r] Wales. . t.or  j", 3 ' ' df tl^ ^6^6% and tb ^e^aanned and vic- ,,J^W*^,-7*�- �r-.� ^ame ^w1'-^ pf, tua^d'atih^tr.^rjar^teBxpejic^.-" 1 jHgjftmpaze, and failed iirto Canvater^'his Ma-; '.'A'^mpIJ* ^'6'oner, tenders to tKt'Maid- jily's floop of war Spy. To-inor-rpvV the. ftone^ frUie,' Wrficri' la^el/failed"frdmrBof- ,0^9UUpiter pr9gofes to pay, off .the; bffid&rs ' too*' iniJ^^tnglanU'TP^'ILaSdg.Ilteod,- #)^ilQ� heJ��gii)s ^ ^jXw ^P-\dered neiriihe fouthihoal'of tisoi&s : Ai^ews.^aiid.SV'jJliam ,antf Jpfe^ha 'rhomas, for London. * " ' ' ' i / " " " ' ..,>& .ArrivW the George, James, frfln Bi'iiioi.' "Sailccf *4e*Good3Ihtent, Rain- wmd'btitiwffr vjoLam wiey^could atf^W, her ber, aitperilhed, ' t'^C.-A-t . ,. ; Thfc-Vaion, Htighey, with i84!ilavis> " �^iiam, fi^^t: ^s J^he Medena'; Ratfcy; l&iCo^qVdj-^ar^aley- -ror Mfborfj _afld:Sfc anyin.6ir?�ftAqn;.on bpard, .a^d fcV { Da Mbnday.rfight'diftdj'agfed 72, Sephefi, irjeipij.-.E% 'a'ii' eniide'atV'MafrDiltiTlei m lotherbiUit''-yie/cppjmiflibii of"ifis. 3eaW fbpSuriiyvi � . .1 ! Jylonday ,5ighjt_Jjed,^ at _DuIwich\ Mr. . John Wa;fon,jof'CttliumTi&"eetV a'Carolina Merchant. ! ',  . ,  Tuefday morning ^dwardtGo-fieid, a^cd 68, aMQvicQij^fponer/fell.-froirt-the fide-' bf a.0O4$-#g)itjeF, ,off ^forfieydou;'r*;,;by a. piank.givingi ^a^aJS 'jaad^yaf^^dr.jDu'iiecl,', V>t-withftandin^ all endeavours- were uled to jfaVe htm,- ' * ;'� i  . .' . i; 7 / On Wednefday laft diedr at Mrs-'Maiir jger's, io Abcjrurch'-rane^ Carteret Le Gej t, of. Upp^r^wfijirdV in^'Mldidlrfex, Efqj On lrridayjnight 1*% as'a gentlewoman a*d her foji,rv�howpie v j lift tpwii in .one of the ftages, were iitung iaa room y^^.^smoVy^aH.^ lfir the oa wruch,ihe lpqked 'an Jjgr. watch (whidh I was gold)-td.infQrmbim,i wiieh beiog peril ceivedbyva fear per in*he faid room, he told Hherrthat tar, watch did rrd^go rrgbTj-'and if (fe*would'.'truft it" with'^rm; he would Tet kby the, the ne^t room, to wjiich the'.^entiewoman was So: credulous as to. buttnftea^d bfwuViMng, 4�8.rjaade pe otft at the back-dobr, and has not .ince been*fiearc>of. (' - , Exira&^f'oJtUerfrom_Birml/ij>&am1 Jan. 24. : " iTbiaday: we had .at ihocking-infta-lce of vtrie'^pVayiiy and^icteednefsof a young feiibwnappVeh'ein'ied in tMs town/ who appears to be nol; oiore tr)^n tweoty years of age. The affair is ibis: Laft Monday fe'jir^ight the houfe cf Mr. Biittain, an Apothecary of this place, was broke open, fr^iyj^lc^ a b.t^piu was attempted but wkh-pdlitfjUf ce4�. ancl'jn&ijbing was.miffedlsxcept af gold Watch- .taJcQO-:loUf of tHe^. parlour.: nWve^er^ on the eventug following a ,1 hrea't-ning,letter was received by Mr. Britiain, '^eniaiad^ng'-ten of 'fifteen pounds to be laid upori the ltep at the entry door, in lieu of 'which";th8.;-watch" flionW; be returned, &c Qn, Wednefday everuqg f^uej^i'ng'was ac-c^jdiflgijppiit in the ^ap^^t^ nd petfon came, andj.tlie affair re^ed tjti Mphday laft, when one Roger Adderl-ey* a youth, as a bove, offered to fa Is to One MofesAaron, a . j�.w, fome broken pieces of gold ^ the Jew told tha young, fellow he would go wbh-kifri lo Mr. James Jacklbn,; aLGoJdfijai|h andk Jeweller in trri^o^a, Which" he accord -ibgly^lid, -when.Mrn,|ackfon, gpbrj l^ok ing.H over, intimate'd),t�riat,' he thought, it very fufpicious gold, - as there appeared among it part of the hinge of a watch cafe very dificernable. The yqung man never-thejefs offered'to go before a Jullicje and ;mabKe oath tothe man^elr bfhis coming'by the gold, upon which they parted j but the \ Qb^fraith iramediatelV aoquartrted Mr. Brit-j taitV with the circumitances apd perfqri, a .fbfptcioTJ arofe^ fiom t'4iis; very -lady's bem^ Acquainted wiiH jn'sijoufeby ^avfnk'cbui-te^ ii)on. Sailed out of teal, ^�^oArr�fd>djap4'^r Jf�w-r ^a^^Qraf�e^^ Kttty ia^tte%^*fflatjb^ To the Geqtlemen, Clergy and Freeholders oftheCounty of Southampton. nRNTI.bmes,' UP O N the Death of the Right Hon. Henrv Bilson Lbgge, mrlate worthy Reprefentative,. I have had the Honour u be dejired, by many of' the Qenilemen of this County to effer my/elf as a Candidate to faceted him. If I am fo happy as to meet with your FaQour and Concurrence^ it ivill be efteemea* great Obliga-tton, and always mj/i thankfully achuKoledged\ bys Gentlemen, MotrisfoiK, . tour mojt obedient and Aug. 30, 1^64, �attaful bumble Servant, ' Richard Mill. N.B. The.Eleciion will be on Wednefday che .6th of February^ 176?, between the Hours of tikht and Ekvetfiif the Forenoon, at the Cattle ;brVjilcpejter. t �t .' v-:- " .JL To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholdex� '� of thh County of Pembroke. �f^MR, great EtosurataiieM I have fast mfX^oruaz, obliges hxtfi retju/fLym t add hearty Thanks., Jbid a* the u'Conntfts appointed fir the) iiib ]tBeef Leave,to folictt-fottr-further -Tr ^ , Jj&iiJance on that Oecafin. Jf y*ur. Efforts w vty Favour Jbould be Jc fortmtwfe as hick r tssi-- tQsti *it_ 3'Tt aa* j". #ins3n? Sti to*rteet~with to* ytv*b6.3atexefl ft. {hall be my conjhnrt En-"iencerepfedat'mthy * Dutf to my King and �rby vJlrmAttacbmtv$ jHjjf Pembroke. Xam, Qehtkoitn, TiUtJMt�bitgd and-Mtft^xntburnbitStrlHt**, ;