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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 2, 1765, London, Middlesex                                5 t - rJ .7   vT^h- ^ Numb, 58*4 From SATURDAY- February, 2, to TUESDAY February-5, (Price Two-pence Half-penny /*# London Gazette Dec. 31. Charles Hutton-, Goldfmith. of St.   Giles, Criiiplegate Wal ' artney,, bis Bu- tannic Majefty's Extraor-to   this Court�    arrived here on Thu:f- To appear Feb. 16, 23, March 16, ar GoildhiUh , L of Pr�Ot in Linca&ire, engaged the Tlinmas Skiin M*rch Envoy dinary To day la ft. tier.   To appear Feb.  14, ijy 163 at the'Legs of Man in Prefect. John Morris, of Haverford Weft, Dealer, appear Fck 19, ao, March 16, at the Angel Inn in Haverford Weft. DIVIDENDS to be tnade to Creditors. 7 Feb. 26. Tohn Nar Thisgovermoent;  1freer, hail. Limehoufe, Rope-maker 3 Guild is employed  in.   Fd|# ^   Lawrence Richardfon Feb. 25. of making clifpofiuons for the reception of the Arch-Diike, who is to have the title of Governor and Captain-General of the whole '^fIL. Jan. 19. 0� WerJnetiay laft, ."GeneraLMwuze arrived here from Munich, with the agreeable news that .the King of the Romans5 marriage had been celeb*'-** there the.Sunday befoic. Ttie next day their Imperial Majefties, and the ftjng or I he tfomans, received the compliments of! Certificate to be allowed. the Embaffadors, foieign Minifters, and. J Feb. 23, Thomas TooteJJ, of Wert H.un * ' -----Efler, CalIico Printer, and Linen Priiiter; and Thomas Richardfon,  of St. Luke's, Hrewers, and Partners, at Guildhall. Johu Poppleron and John SieanuUIJ, Gracechurch Areer, Warehoufemeu, and Partners, at Guildhall. March 1.  Thomas Powell, of Cheftcr, Shipwright, at John Hart's, in the Watergate- ftreet, Chefter. Feb. 25. William Wilfon, of Bow-Lane, Silk- man, at Guildhall. . to preach the anniverfary fermon on firft of March, before the honourable Society of Antient Britonsj at the panto church of Sc. Martin in the Fields. His Majefty has been pleafed to confti-tute and appoint the Hon. Col. Brudenell to the command of the fourth (or Kind's own) ragimentof foot,* vacant by the death of Lieut. Gen. Duroure. Lieut. Col. William Hull, from half-pay* to be Lieurenant Colonel of the Sid regiment of foot, commanded by Col. Tooiey, in the room of Lieutenant CmIo-ntl Sir Hugh Williams, Ban. who teires on half-pay. Major John Wilkins, ft6m half-pay, to be Major 10 the 6cih, or Royal American regiment of foot, in the room of Major Heibert Munfter, who tetireson haif-pay. Capr. George Maxwell,--from half-pay, to be Captain in the 51ft regiment of Foot, commanded by Lieut. Gsn. Leighton, jn the room .of Cap.ain Caleb Wood, preferred. Some foreign advices import, that Prince Radiivil, *l.�te Palatine of Wihu, intends fpee-dily to vifir En^Uud, where ir is kid he will come powerfully recommended, with a view of engaging rhe mediation of Gre.it Britain wirh the Court of Warfaw in his inrrrelh iRy Sir William PynTem's will, now in Debtors Commons, it appears, that lie his Itfc 1000 guineas to bis nephew, mco guineas each to three of his niece's children, fome other fma.'l legacies, and annnires to his fervants. All the reluiue rf his real and perfonal eftate3 he leaves to the Right Hon. William Pitt, Jate Secretary of State to his pref.nc Majefty. Ir isve.y confidently aliened th.it a Irgifja-tive enquiry will be fir on foot into the merits oi fome late letters patents, iifiied for raiiin^, by virtue of the Prerogative Royal, an impoit of four and a half per cent, on all dry commodities exported from St. Vincent, Tobago, and the other conquered iflands, Tbey write from Qirebec, that upwards of fevea thoufand native FrenchCauadims, among them many traders of note, through whole bands molt of rhe provincial commerce with Principal" Nbbiluy j , and id. the even.ng {here was i.balaPare at Court-in grand gala. The" King of the Romans fee out this tnorningfor Lintz, to meet hjs Queen. ���.GltntoMt,, Jar. 19. the intended nuptials of their Royal H.ghneffes the Prioct Cap Fprfler, of the 28th regi- L D   O and Rev. Dr. Shate O  N Sunday the Hon. Barrington, preached before his Majcity at the Chapel.Royal.   The Earl of Oitfcid carried the fword of ftate. Royal arid th&Piincefs Carolina Matilda ot      Qn Satnrday kft the Right Hon. Loid England; weft declared at Court yeftardjry. spencer fet     - '   �  �    -  -  �     ' There y,as a. very b illiant.balj, and fupper piacej gt> j__-------} _ at the roy^'tahle, on this o?cafiony anl the lh      - ]>jorli,amptonQiire. ment, to be Captain in the. 47th regiment: commanded by Lieut. -Gen." LiJceilts, in the room of Capr. Ja. Stevenfon, removed. Daniel Dtfnev, of the 8o;h relief Cap Jaxives mont, to be Captain in the 44th regiment. foot; commanded bv Lieutenant G^:;e'al Old France and thf iflands ufed to becuried on, have depaned the country within thefe feven-ttcn mouths, wichaJi their efYedb. At firflche reafoiis afiigned for this retiring was airritu cJ to fcn:e diiguft to the form 0/ government, hnce the arceiiion of the province to fclnglmd; btir that ic has been fince tlifcovcred to proceed from the-invitations of his Mo't Chriftiin M.i- ^enina concluded with illuminations and every .poflibiedempnftraiion of joy fiom all aank? of people. p r St. Jamti E   S   E KINQ's ffloft Excellent Majefty Council. s appointed this day by hisMaj iti Council, for the year 1765. ^ Sunday, and not before, the Right Hon. the Earl of Shelburne was married, at the Chapel Royal, Sr. James's, to Lady Sophia Canerer, daughter of the Right Hon.'the late Eajl Qf Granville j as foon as the marriage ceremony was perform'd, they, fet out for Hrgh'Wickhami in Bdckiftghamlhire. Saturday being the birth-day of the;Hoh. Edwar4 Howard, nephew and heir apparent to hi& Ghrace the Duke of Norfolk, who Abercromby, in the ipbmO'f Captain John Treby, removed.     � * Lieut. Richard Brickeridenj to.be Adjutant to the  10th regiment of commanded by Lieut Gen. Sir JoL'i Mor- jd\y to all his fubjedliof Canada and Louifiana, ro qmr the BritiUi domidions and fettle-in Sc. ] Lucu,.the province of Cayenne and illands of * that namt3 on very high'^romifes to fuch as dua^oom, |* cl.uff to accept them room who refigns. Cornet John Leake, front half-p; be Cornet in the i6th regiment of drat cbrximinded by Colf John Burgoyne, room of Cornet Fleetwood PacfchuFft ferred. 5    - to S�d SwMs, of Arkfty,.   then came of age, her Grace the Dutcheis Bedhfifrire) Buekinthamfb. ^TllUam RackweJJ, otCa Cumberland, " Samiel Itton, of Irton, Cbefhire The" Hon. John Smith J Cu&J&Hun? Thomas Coqkayne, of^ohM of Norfolk gave a grand entertainment to a J15^. obtlity and be Heputy Com-^sftyVvforces ia ,   : :    ...     . . at Sr. Chrifto- Dorfetjhire ex: The Emprefs Qi Chwehill! of kednitb, I dbimanc^: by \i-hich I Saturday was married, Charley Farmer, E% \o ane, of J^evpiiftife-itreet, Leftock Paul Orchard, of Flartland, exportation of hare (kins.from.the pfovidce* John Pinney, of Blackdoxvn,    j of Luxembourg in the Neiher^nds, irtor ire Jofeph GreUves, of A Hon, W. Mildmay ------0---------- eftablilhed there. rjbire. Robm Dobbin xneniton Hertfordjbin Herefor djbin Kent) Leieefterjbin Lincolnjhire^ Monmottth/bk I>orrovv,' Bibye Lake, of St. Margaret's, "W. Vallou, of Leomiufter, order of th6 Court auy nation or religion employed for the future, either in the ita-Sir Richard Retenfon, of Brad- | M'ons of officers,  failors, clerks, &c. on board their flee:s or fhipo, which go  to Spartifb America. Letters from Genoa, of the <5th[ paft, that borne, Barr. Am, Sannders, of Stoke Golding, Tbo WiJliamfnn, of Allington, SnI. Tones, of Landilo Ber- ;Mife Frances Vane, 'eldeft daughter of Walter Fieacher* Efi^j of 'Hutton in the county of Oftaberla^tb� \ *:   A few days (ince was m^ri^d Mr. Jafnes ] Wills, Sugar-refiner in;QuejenrJfof&t, Lin- -col nV Inn -fields to Mi ft Rlackwell,. niece  to .--* Black-well; ;�f(� Bao^ertin Lorn-bard-lireer. / Friday morning a feryant belonging to Baron Pertot, of LUcolnVInn, recucmng from his ihafter's couhtrv T^ir his By a Capni-i of a (hip in the River, who arrived hit ThurfAiy from' Bre(t3 we l-*arnA liut the French worx with extraordinary dilav-gence in ficthig out ali the men of war 111 that harbour. Ic is confidently faid, an high penalty will  very fpeedily be annexed to the injurious pxac-.   Edward   Win wood, of d ridge, Ken. Adamfoii, of Keuible, SirlhomasAVentvyorih, of Button, Bart. S O U T H    W A LES. bring Advice, that the Commander of the French Auxiliary troops, foon afier his arrival in Corfica, viJired and examined ihe fonreffes of Caivi, Ajaccio, and Sr, Fiorenza, and afterwards,took up his relidence in the palace at Baftia.   The Gtnoefe troops have delivered up all the . garrifdn towns to the French.   Thefe letters add, that the Fiench Governor has, publifhed an order, forbidding the inhabitants of that iftand carrying any other flag 10- tOWn   Hum   iiu   Ai^a�uut o vwui^n j    as.  the Gentlemen, Clergy aad Freeholder* .. of the County of Pbmbroke. Gent l emss, rH R great Encouragement I have m:t * with on try Cwnvas^ cb'iges mt to returnyom  777V mofi ftneere and hearty Thanks. And as the : ETtSi npr this County is appointed for the \itb ; of next Months I beg Leave to. foltcit your further Support, by your Attendance on that Of capon. It Efforts sn nry Favourjbould be jo fortunate ai ', it \ball be ntj cenfiant En-deavjur to merit tie Confidence repofed he me by a,, faithful Dijcharge of my Duty to my King and Country^ arfd in particular^ by a Jhm Attattment to the Intereft of the County of Pembroke, I am, Gcntlemrn, Piifton CaftJe,       With great KefpzB^ j41j. n, 176?. Tour mojl obtigd and Mofi obedient bumble Servant, Richard Philipps. Ge    , fhip and cargo, forma bwen Evans, Laugt Thomas CaJver John Francis Myrriek,ofBu(h, Sir Hans Fowler, of  Abby Cromhire, Bart. , "NORTH   WALES. Angijey,\     ' "Herbert Jones, of Llynon, Carnarvon^     " Uenbiih- Flint, Postponed, Thorns Kyffiu,of M4�on, John Edwards/>f Llanykefn, rahy-o�Bce, that oa the' taih of November Jaft, a veffel, without any living pedbn on" board, was branded on the tocksttMu-cbeils, about/five miles to the northward of Stonehaven, io the county of Kincardine,* North-Britain, ao4.-fooq went tof pieces j that upon notice thereof being given to the magiftrate$4of Aberdeen, they fent a warrant "from ti>e*]u�ices of ft&l&ccr&?he ^faid county,"to Mr. Ro%rt Burqfs,, Clerk-to the faid Ju ft ices, aiuthor4zii>g.,Waj and John Cufhnie, Snipmafter at Aberdeen, to takecfere and prefeive the faid wreck* and fell the fame by public roup, for behoof of the concerned i which they having accordingly performed, the produce of thf faid Vreck (after payment of charges) is. lodged in the hands of the faid Robert Byrnes, a Clerk of the Peace y that the faid ve^fel ap-peared to be a hoy or galliot, narheFrouw Ahna, of Eaft Friefland, S:ephen Anfk^s, Merioneth*      John Pugbe, of Garthmealan,       Matter. Montgomery, ' John Ambler, of ^tftringtqn. ; B \A".JN K R U  P T S., . We hear the body of Artifts, affociated *�   1        > .       _ _t - 1    _ _i hfirofe London (Wi*e-Merchanr.   To. appear Feb. 11,. March 16, at Guildhall. George Fayle, of the parifh of St.. Sepulchre^ London, Sword Hilt Maker.    To appear Feb. 6, xy, March 16, at Guildhall. John Lewis* Ballifarr, of Chelfta, Middlefex, ViftuallcV.   To appear Feb, 8, i&> March lfi. at Guildhall. Loodou. .diltrefled flrtir performances in the Society's Great Room in the Strand, have takep a very fp^ cipus and commodious room between Maiden-lane and the Strand, with convenient paffages to it from each of .thofe places, in orden to continue their exhibitions to the public $s ufual,( and independent of any otfieVbod^o> fociety whatever. ' Wp ar* informed that Mr. Archdeacon wanted. On being carried before the Lord Mayor, he had the choice of going to the compter, or carrying a card to his mailer's ^brother in *he �ait Indies; the latter of which he chofe, and was fent on board im- ^mediately. Laft week a fharper, in a foctm m's drefs, went to a Collar-maker's at Ke difpofe of 3r old faddle, which he faid his matter had given him, which he fold for half a.crown i f>on afterwards he went a-^ain to the fame (hop, and told the man ^hat he mtift go along wuh h?m to his maf- >er abuu^ a fijt of harnefs, which he readily complied wiih; when they were in the ftreer, he defired him to go to a public houfe (adjoining, where he would foon call upon hint; inilead of which he went back to the lhop, andtypld his maid that her mafter had the misfottune of falling down, and dirtying hieeloaths, and that fh� mull fend by h i ai his J)fiii coat and waiftcoat^ivaccoun t of going along with him to his* martcf; whicljfiie weakly complying with, the^har-r per walked ofFwuh his-buoty; feveral o-tner perfons-in the neighbourhood have ijeefl.tticked,.by this �elldwf ^, T the KING'S THLATR in the Haymarket, On Tlmrflajs rhe nit Inftanr, will Le An    ASSEMBLY. Tickets will be delivered fo the Subfcribtrs on Wedncf lay tl>e zorh, at the Office of the laid Theatre N. 8. Every Tick t will admit either one Gentleman oi two L�idies.__� TH E Anniverfary Meeting of fhc WJfKKHAMl SJ.T S, will 1* held at the Crown and Anchor Tavern in the Strand, ait Wednefday the 13th of February; where the Noblemen and Gentlemen educated at euh-r of the Two Sc. Mary Wiincoa Coileges, are re-nuefttdcomeec. STEW His Grace the Duke of Bolt >n, The Ri^ht Hon. .the Karl of Warwick, The Hon, Colonel Bru- A  R  D  S. Arthur Vaniirart, Eftji The Rev. Dr. Hay ward The Kev. Mr. Perroct, Mr. Mairin^berd, "Mr. GaftreU. V ^iilCLES of Im T � V11G b HQ eV 8^^  fa* �the Postscripts of ?alt;the �ve.nfag' Papers of /^Saturday- ! , It is now faid his Royal Highnefsrtie Duke of Glou-tfter will fet bin phi tour to the>con-fineut fome time in April next; and that he will be' accotnjfiihled as far ai HanoVd by his Royal Higluiefs the Duke of York. dencil,- TicVts co be had at the Crown and Anchor-and of Mr. AcwooJ, in PernerVStreet, Oxford Road ; and Dinner to le on Table precifcly ac Four a'Ctpcic.   " T. A.- Secrerary. LLFei __Ettate and Efledts of Mr. William Rat bone, late of Kiddcrmiriiter in the County of . Weaver, aji^ Xap-axe cfefuedicwh- ith to pay the re^3e�kive Debts fiom tli^Me^ vef ally due and owing either to the Wi$&r the* faid Mr. Rath bone, ar his late houfe; or to Mr. JohaU'atfon, of     _ iter atbreCud; or to Mr, George Poqer,LJOi Broom, his �xfji$oss:. FmmwhomalL hb have aiiy Demands upon che &id Mr me, will receive immediate Sat�&&Ojy   

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