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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 5, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5815 From TUESDAY; F 5 THURSDAY F 7 I [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette 7> \ 13 biliry 'olic AST Thurfday being the King of PrutTia'ii birthday, hisMajefty had in the jnorn-ing a very fplen-did levee, when he received the u- faal compliments ! from the Royal Family and No- ,re  his Maieih afterwards dined ,n  K, evening, in honour of the day, a mafqusrade, which was exre me y r   ,-:ous and magnificent, and lallcd uJ fv-n o'clock next morning. 1  ;"v,v/,//.        5-   The K.ng has been to grant unto Wffliata Mildmay, Woulfham Hal! in the county of fcffex, and his heirs male, t^e dignity of.a Ba. ,04 of the kingdom of Great Bnuin. N   K   R  U   P  T  S. Io'm Green, of Farelun*, in Hampflure, Mai-i>er. To appear March i, '9> at tlle R'ii I ion Inn i" Go fport. Th�T Lambert Hill, of Little Walfingham, i,. Norfolk, Merchant. To appear Feb. 19, ao, � >ch 19, at the Black Lion 111 Utile Walfingham. Divj )ends to be made to Creditors, John Smith, of Hertford, Draper, The Plymouth Packet, Capt. Roach, was burnt in the river of Dublin rhe z6ih ult. The Union, Jackfon, from Cowes to Hamburgh, ruu agroiind, near" Cuxhaven, I fir and is loll: Some pare of the cargo will I manded his money ; which Mr. Dickins de- not far from the faid town, by a perfon who enquired if one Mr. Dickins was not in the coach j and he anfwciing in the af-maiive, he prefentetl a piltol, and de- be faved. Letters com Cor up the price of that commodity, insomuch that the Bakers could not purchafe without a certainty uf lofing thereby \ the College of Abundance has offered to furnifh the Ba-kers at feven crowns the rubbio. . This ftep i _ b and will doubtlefs prevent the Mer- �      � ' for fete, chants from railing the price of grain the future. There is at prefent a greater quantity of flour in ihe warehoufesat Queenhithe, than hath been for feverai months pall-Since an enquiiy has been fet on* foot to infpeft into the caufes of the high prices of provHions, it has been found that one wholesale Butcher only had monopolized upwards of one thoufand fheep, which were afterwards fuld at large advanced prices at different tinies.   It is hoped fome method livered, to the amount of five gumeas, and-fome filver, with which he rode'off, without attempting to rob the other pallengers. Mr, Dickins had been ac the faid town to fell fome houfe*, of which, it is fuppofed, the highwayman had got information ^ but he had luckily left all his money behind, fcxcepiirg tht abovemention^d l'um. On monday night fume villains, by the help of a ladder, got into the Plume of Feathers, a public houfe in HLh Holbouin, broke oj'cn a bureau, and ftole out of the fame upwards of fifty pounds in caih j with which 1 hey made their efcape. On Saturday John Frederick Pough, who was lail feflion convi'ted to be na.'.fported wis put on boaid the vdlel imeuded f t Virgi-iia ; But his Majeft.y having pleafe'd to grant him his f ee pardon, he ifcas' remanded to Newgate, in ordei io give bail toplead thereto when it fhall pafs the fea|s. Tuefday Jane Lewis, who J a It feiiion was convifted at GuilJhali, Weftminiter, been Majefty board the tranfport which had falkn dowr, ; to Gravefend. at Feb. a* Guildhall.      ,     �    1   . Feb. 28 John Si*rfoni of L�ndon> Merchant, at Guild.ia  certificates io be allowed. will be found to prevent thefe iniquitous | for tranfportatior, having a]fu received hi: piaflices fof the future. We hear the la ft mails brought over com-mi(fi6ns to (hip upwards of thirty thoufand chaldron of fea-coals for France and Holland. We hear that Dr. Philip Lloyd, Preben- is made Dean of v. Harding, of Threadncedle- Fcb. 16. Richard tirect. London, Vintner. Fei  16.  John Rqbinfon,  of North Bruton " JSciife 'Berkley fquare, Carpenter. Feb. a6. Samuel AVells,  of Addlethorpe, in LiJittrijiftiire, Dealer. P;Q R T ,-N-E W S. Falmod\h\ Feb. i. Arrived the Two Brothers, ami*, from Ewn, and Rofe in June, Daw- Arrived the Portland, khi, from London.*- Plymouth,  Feb. 3. Higglngs, from Carolin from Bou^le^x Maria CorneUa, xnygoom j WeelfighP, \V*ndcirmas,. and Vrenfchap, Van. aerpwt, rfronrNjuitz* >bailed: the.George, Mac-win, �fer..M*dcir*  *tuftaitirin flwr Stoh\r&z Spy iJoopof war. � Boot*, Feb. 4. - Arrived the Badger, Cooke, from London. Sailed the Molly, BartJert; Biglr, Poole; Parkin, Reed, ^nd Sainton, Soutbamptm, M. ^ ^ Arrived the Mary, Jarvis, WilliaiD mAMMY* Ravanafs, from London.   $^ikd ^lie :Mm&2>Wo iPriaulx, for G tie rn fey, , j Ci&es^ Feb. 4. Came 111 the Succefs, Bagfle;, finin Calais,;'Sailed !ihp Dauphin, Figoly, for Dunkirk from Martinico. r\        . ;d P&rtjwuth, Fek-S* .Arrived .rhe Caefar^ Alp len, an^Qwhers Goodwill, Draper, from.Loiw don. oaikvl'the^averdey^, Deffeaux,: from Havre for^tbe'eewft of .Giiinew ; Wool\vicb> Vackerillj toi Plymouth    a|)d Trimmer, Pafl- for.Ll'fbon.,/ RenWat Spithead the dary of Weftminfter, Norwich, in the room of the Honourable and Rev. Mr. Edward Townfhend. It is aifo faid, that Dr. Fowler is made Prebendary of Weitminfier. His Majefty has appointed Robert Clayton Bayley, Efqj'tobe Major in the Fifty* eighth rfcgiment of foot, in the room cf John Borgoyne, Efq^ promoted. Lieut. Balfour, of the fir ft battaUpji of the faid regiment, in the room of Lieut. Fitz-Simmons, who. exchanges. On Monday Capt. John Beefon of Chel-fea, was married to Mifs Mary, Fanihaw, daughter of Ifaac Fanfhaw, Efq, of the fame place. On Saturday died, in the 78th year of his age, the Rev* Mr. Jofhua Blackfliaw, M.A. many yeafs Vicar of Btroteon in Surry. riii; Eoufc at Hafyes in Kent, Mr. Francis Mannobch, many years an eminent Grocer in the Borough. Monday dWd at-Hackney, George God-dafd> E%'f6rmerly an eminent Merchant of thfe^H^  - A few-t&ys C^nce died, in the bloom of life, ftirt Jbh^nfon Cartr Painter, in Wind- Articles c/Intelligence,.f-:: the Postscripts of' all the I.v Papers of laft Tuefday. It is faid the eftablilhment of a v,     f ithree millions ro be raifed by *wvrtir^ . lives, has for feme time pait been upon r!:*: 0..;-pec. We liear that an eminent Lawyer, nor lefs admiied for his abilities than eiteemed for hi: iutegrirj7, took occafion, in a l�ite mrerefiing debate in a certain zuguil a/TetnbJy, to cxj)refs bin frlf in the following terms : For my owi partx I think it far better ti fall  rifh in Gioucefterfhire, having a fuperftitious ihe *he verieratfon for Old Cbriftmas day, ringers having procured the-key of clutch from the SeKton early ip-the morn ing, ufheredtheday in with a peal, which j gave -fo niuch .offence to the- clergyman of j the pariih, that he got out of bediwamedi* ; ed to the heifry, whert^ the | paiSdn was fo great as to produce* a pafoxyfm, whteh left him dead on t the fpor.   This accident has confirmed the . ?parHhioners in their adherence to the old' bly relaxed.^ ' ^ They write from New York, that two brew^ eyries for pale and brown beer are now carried on with great briflcnefs in that city ; the former producing a malt liquor little inferior to the moft admired ales imported from England; feverai hundred thoufand bottles of it Jia've been exported to the neighbouring iflands and colonies py Arnerica, in the courfe of laft year. . Xettiers from Vfarfaw of the 15th part fry, that it is univerfally thought there, his Polifh Majefty will makev a tour ro Dmtzig in the fpriugy hi order to bring about a reconciliation '.between the Regency of that city and the Nobility. ended Tu-fdav uoon account of their wanting ftile, as Aey look upon it to a judgment  Jnefo^ > I onthe^arfon for his (uppofed contempt ^ Extrad of-a Letter from Berlin. " His M'ajerfy will have early in - the Spring a freflr' and wetl-difciplined army of an hundred and fixtyVthoufand men ready We hear'that rherea,fon of a gentleman, who n& xjetevedijf ftrade a great talk in the xvorid, Itfi th�*ietropbW, of a oeiglibour-mg'kingdom fo =nrtrch >y Duty to my Ki/jg avii ! Country, and in 'particulars by a frm Attachment . to the Inter eft o\ the County of _PauljTO\c \Iam, Gentlemen* Piflou Ca-i ie.        frith treat Rejjeff. Jan. iiy 176). r oft land Moft ohedte>.t humble Skriazt* KlCliARD PHICIPPS. A 1  the KING's THEATRE t\   '        Li the Hnynvirker, Oji ThuriUy, the ziit luftant, will Le An     ASSEMBLY. { Tickers will be delivered to che*SubfcriUr-""o:t ** fi'cJnif'.af rhe 2or)i,-ac il.t Office of the Jaiu Tina' \w J  N. H. Everv Ticket wili admit either o::e penihinau o. two / ^tlie-. \\A7 HERK A     at a Meeting $ ; V V     Chelmsford, in the County at '-hr&i",'-ion Frulay tire lit Inftaiir, a Peiiuvirt) iWlu-j.--e.u was iigu^l forma; ing rlie Kiver Chcin^r. ,;t vu.i'.'le  � -titer,t.:d 'hfr?by, from offerhig their uo.;   -s;  -veraHy cue airdOwiSg trrficf ro 'tfWU1cJdw of the faid Mr. Raihuonc,-� his late Dweirmg-houfe; oiroMr. John-Warfnn, of Kidderru?. iter aror�r.ud ; or ro Mr. George I^ncr**fef Rroom, Lis bsfejurors; from wllow^l Pcrfo-w WMoluve ajiy Demands upon tKe ft*I Mr &uh-tone, willjtceu e trftmetUive Sad^a-'o^r LL Perfons'who are indebted' to thi . Ettwe late of JoJ;n Clarke, of ShedMd on London, in-the County of Sou Jiamptotu Qfent. deceafsd, are hereby required forrhwtb co pay their refpectave Dvb;s to Mr. i-rancis CKafr, or Hanky V/eirpall; Mr. John Ch.le, 6f5tm* field Tnrgis- or Mr. Rufoil, -Attorney, in imgiiokeiu die faid County, Lxecntors of �ji� faid Deceafed, or they wiJj be fued without fiirrher JNotice. And ail Perform who have any. juft Demands on theEftedis of the faid Deceafed, are d^ired to fend an Account thereof to the faid Kxecutors at the Houfe of William Ooddani, known by th? Sigji of the White Hart in Sherfield afortfaidL on Monday the i&h luflant, by tiev^ hi iht Forenooiu in order to xheir beuie fatLfietr. Majefly's levee at S*t.-James's. ^ It Is faid a Right Fiori. Perfon^ge, who has i lately been berjuearheda very large forums, pro- . pofes ro augment "con/iderably the legacies mentioned in the will, 'to ihe tefhuor's relations," and will alio nfe his endeavours to fettle r^em hand-fomely in the world, The bufuiefs of quilting bed, carpets aud petticoats, which form rly the females engroflrd,^ is now totally going iuto,'a diifereiir chajuiel, the W ANTED 10  Purchafe, HE Perpetuity of a Living, froto 2^0 J. to"40oJ.4per. AHi^um, vher$ the pfnefent Incumbent is very old; or an immediate Preparation, with a very good Houfe, and a dry and pleafant Situation, within thirty Miles ofAbingdon in Ekrkflure. Wlioever has fiich a one to difpofe of, and will fend the Particulars to Mr. Woodfall, the Corner of Crai-'s Court, Charing-Cfois, .may ha\ e an" Anfwrr rhe Jiext Day. A R K A Weavers in Spitalfields have flruck upon a method of quilting in their looms, which" is much cheaper and nearer than any perfon with a ntedle can do. ptibHc2 cfrfrafte'r, in a cofei houfe : fin .conlequence otderedi. .Jor :af leaft; adv Afliaf^F:HwtrJo^ as quick'as poffi '-W^aPe'iTifdrmeia'fbaVinone'of thefhips ' ifr�ft:W^ abpiiPiifo'-of the Palatines, ' litfeiy- few to' Carolina,' 20 of thofe people died the 'da1? before they1 Sanded, and io the day m.      . ceeded by a hereof-deer csoflingthe ro^d and the hounds fallowing, who immediately penetrated into the thickeft'part.ipt jhe fft-, reft, which the gpntlemen did notchufeio.; do, as they we're, not furejof e,co^fqpiing; for their tionfes, and it was;late, ijMhe. even- ing 1 ifonje h^od. houjicU: h&k in ranginjg round theibreflu      , Laft^'eek, as the Shrewibury.Machine was Nomine ud to Loi3dofl.jit .Wa* popped dom, "that-they .may be cou/idcrrd as aii epidemical difeafe, which has Jed onany fubjeits ro a very bad end, aud made others dangerous racni-.l^ers of fociety, the States \vill cafce the moft vigorous ifceafures nor only to ftop the progref?, !)ut ro root oat, if 'poflibltf, an evil .whicH'has cafifed- the dJecWy and. ruin of fo many empires ,'ahd republics.'p \Hy the lift mails, there Is advici?,^that the.. �Goon of M^d-id had ordered'the garrifoii of Guam, one of the ."Marian iflatids, jo be aUjj-� irvenrcd with thr^cohipajiifs.pY.fcot,- AVery large Parcel, now in the India Comjujiy's Warehoufesp for Exporrattou pr Home Confumptton, to be fold at 6d, per Gallon Advance on die Company's Sale; and a large Quantity of very itrong, and of x moit eicellent Flavour, at us. per Gallon. JAMAICA   RUM, The belt that can poflibly be imported, by the Piece or Puncheon, at 8s. 9d- Smaller C^uana-ties^ at-QS. per Gaiioju Alio the I>dt CON I AC BRANDV, at 91. 3d. Smaller Quajxaaes at 9s. 6d. \xi GaJlou. DireA^, as tifual, ro Chari.es Wbnn a n, at rite RoyaJ txchaj:ge, arid they lhali be dehvtr'd, in ot near Town (one Gallon or upwards) Carriage free--Samnlrtt, if fent for to the Punch- lioufe in Swithing's Alley, near the North Eaft Corner of th� Koyal h.n'j/iange, eithe) tirandy or Rum, very old and Urong Proof, ai is. 61L Arra;k ac 3 s. per Quart.   For prefenc Money only. . *   * � All Vines a< ufua', and of the molVexesilerit Qiulities.   C-afkv  h. tries., Cite, to be ^aiil-ta^ which lhaJi 1� allow VI when ret urn \i 1      I   

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