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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 7, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Evenin Numb. 5816 From THURSDAY February to SATURDAY February 9 1765. f [Price Two-pence Half-penny Plyrrioulh) Feb. 5. Rrivcd rhe Port-Laid, Higgiii^, of and for London from South Caro- \ lina ; -Hamilton, of and for dirro from Bour-deaur^ Maria COr- of arid for George Bellas, Efq; Mr. Stephen Hunt Mr. Deputy Henry Kent Mr. John Saffory Deputy Charles Vere Mansion -House, Green Majefty has appointed Reuben J Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. nelia, Zurickzee a n s i o k William. Whipham Thomas Horne Groves Wheeler Lamp   Committee. be Captain-Lieutenant in the 68th regiment of foot, in the 100m of -       Armitrong, Efq; deceafed. Daniel Rea, Gent, is appointed to be ternoon another fire broke out in the coalhole belonging to the fame inn, and near the- vault, which has given rife to fufpj-cions, that fome malicious attempts have been made to reduce the inn to afhes, but hitherto without fuccefs. Captain of a company in the 21ft regiment | ^ The fpaciousjpot of ground, on which offoor, in the room of Capt. Gordon, who retires. Enfien Matthew Drakeford, from half- I be made a marker of. v  ^/ ^ ---- - - formerly ilood Plumtree-it:eer, in the pj-rifb of St. Giles's in the Fields, is going ;o from I Mr. George RufTell, Baffdhaw and Weelfigr, of Nantfc, Mygodm, from W dirro, Vandenmaas matter. The Vrienckthap, of and for ditto from ditto, �-  -     ---- cj �      w William Tones, Farringdon W Tiis day arrived I Mr. Thomas Broiftwich, Farringdon Without Mr. ViUi^crj)ut matter. Thomas Cole, Langborn London - Bridge  Committee. Allen;  and the Titefday arrived the Owner's Goodwill, ith urnceries.   Sailed Mr. Robert Harding Mr. William Ruffell Mr. Groves Wheeler Mr. Matt Perchard   I Quak pay, in the late 107th regiment, is appointed an Enfign in the faid regiment. Thurfday the new-married Lady of Penton, Efq^ was introduced to their Ma-jefties at St. James's, and inoft graciouily received. Thuifday morning was mairied, at the rdrrtore   Mr. De.uty Richard    Crofs, Mr. Nicholas Maifhal, Druggilt, in the Uvcrdy, Defle.mx, from Havre for the coaB oFCiuinea; Woolwich, Vackerell, � for PJy-m^irh  Trimmer, PafTmore, with wheat, for Li:Don} the Recovery, Craggs, for Sonder-j nl- and the Maria Hendrma, MiUer, for Surinam. At Spit head the Thunderer, Phoenix, Boreas, and Niger, men of war. Southampton, Feb. 7. Arrived the Nancy, Vallet from London, and Vediis, M'Lawghlw, from Cowes.   Sailed the Elizabeth, Hemmings, tin* txecer, . Dtal> Feb. 7. Came down, and remainV\yffh the Boreas and Eaft-India yacht, the Friendship, Brooke, for Jamaica. Put back the Sufannah, Fern!, for Jamaica. Sailed the Peggy, Pelin, i7>r Barcelona, and Jenny, Randall, for Dublin. Mr. John Hart New - Bridge Town fen J Committee. NicholfoQ Holborn, to Mifs Rachael Woods, tiller of Mr. Mr. John e for profecuting Sheriffs ele3 refufing. Mr. Henry Major Mr. Jihn Ellis Mr. Thomas Benn Committee Jofeph Woods, k^Friars. Woollen-diaper, in Hospital Mr. Henry Hall COMMISSIONEHS    of Aldeifgate Within Alderfgatc Without Aldgate Baffifoa\v S \V;:y.i W. w LONDON Thurfday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York had a great leveee at his houfe in Uall-Mall. On Wednefday night laft there was a very grand entertainment and ball at his Grace the Duke, of Marlborough's in Pall-Mall, it being his Grace's birth-4ay. They write from Warfaw, that the 17th paft, being the birth-day of his Polifh Majefty, who then entered into the 54th year of his age ; the fame was obferved with all demonltiations of joy, and his Majefty received the compliments of the Senators, States, and foreign Minifters on that occa- fioh. The Englifh Nobleman faid to be about fettbi&out on a corapUmeruary journey to Warfaw, we have been better informed, is 10 execute a commiflion of a far more int*� refting nature at the Court of Copenhagen. . On Wednefday laft Samuel Eyre, Efq; of New-houfe in Wikfhire, was elefted member for the city of Salisbury, in the *oom of the late JulioesBeckford, �% Benjamin Way, Efifc fon of Lewis Way, �fq; iselefted member for Bridport in Dor-afetfhire, in the room of Sir Gerard Napier, Bart, deceafed. Ht'i Majefty having been gratioufly pleafed to become patronefs of the Magdalen charity, on Thurfday the Vfce-p;efi-dents, Treafurer, and Secretary of that Billingfgate Bifliopfgate fiifhopfgate Bread-ilreet Bridge Broad-flreet Candle wick Caftlebaynard Cheap Coleman-fireet Cordwainer Cornhill Cripplegate Withir Cripplegau Wiiho Dowgate Farrinodon Witbifl EWER s. Mr. Cha. Rivington Mr. Geo. Lewis Can-Mr. Chrift.Fullager Mr. Gabriel Leekey Mr.JohnKittermafter Mr. Samuel Travis Without   Mr. Henry Hall John Walker Thomas Home Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. John Poultney Matt. Perchard John Wilfon, Efq; Mr. John Smith Mr. Thomas Smith Matt. Howard, Efq; Mr. William Dawfon Peter Moulfon, Efq; Mr. Edward Farmer MaribeDickinfun, Ef^ (whofedeath we mentioned in our laft) died in his cha.ior, on the road between Sr. Alban's and Dun-ftable. He was e!e:1td Alderman of this city in the room of-Edward Da vies, Efq^ in 1749, ferved the office of Slietift with Slingfby Bethell, Lfq; in 175^, and that of Loid Mayor in i7>7. On Tuefday night were interred, in a grand manner, at the pari(h church of Sr. Bennet Fink in Treadneedleibeer, the remains of the late Mr. Timothy Homily, who was many years one of the woitny Common-Council of Broad-ftreet ward, and a Governor of St. Bartholomew's, and of Bridewell and Bethlehem hofphals. The chanty children of Broad-ftreet ward, of which he was the late Treafurer, fung before the corpfe to the church. The pall was fupported by Sir Thomas Rawlinfon, Knt. and Alderman, Mr. Deputy Kenr, i lourman and Painter, of Wethninfter, with an Attorney and a Bailiff, "n-eje oidered into'cultody, forarreit:rg a Lady of quali y. Thuifday ihe Grand Jury for the county of Middlelcx met at the New Guildha,'.', Weftminfter, when rhe feveral perfonsthct were exa*nined on 1 he Coroner's Inqueft, vn account or a la;e duel, were examined, preparatory fu. hiding a bill the next fr Jion^ at HkkaVhall. We hear a warrant is iJued ou: fom iks High C'iUi t of Admiral*y, on the volunrary depoiiiion of a peifjp, belonging to a mer- ciuntrmn, a^ainit :r.e Cip.ain and hit it Mate, fui bea.ing a:"d woundii.ja foremait- man on board an faid ihip, of wnicfi wounds lie died. Articles o/Imtellit, ence, F?r, f,0^ tte Postscript* cf ail the Lvcmr,^ Papers of laft Thurfday. It is faid tli;;t an excrao-\!i::.try :-jcprefs was difparchw-d on Wcdnefdiy u:onji:;^ 10 rhe Li.rl of Rochfoi\l ar Madrid. It is fiid all the Bririfb arrificfrs now in Joh Magnus, Mr. JoJ five of the Comgton-Council of the faid ward. Mr. Helenfly dying a batchelor, has bequeathed near 10,cool, to divers charitable W Mr. Chrift. Robinfon | and beneficial ufes 5 amongft which he has Mr. Charles Clavey Mr. Samuel Beard Lang born Portfoken Queenhithe Tower V in try Walbrook Banholo  v  -      j---- - * to each of the four other city hofpitals; Mr. Tho. Sainlbury I alfo the fame fum to the London Work-Mr.ThomasHallifax    houfe, the London hofpital, St. Luke's, Mr. John Walter Mr. William Cooper Richard Peers, Efq; Mr, Nicholas Nixon Mr. Daniel de3t. Lea Mr. Will. Whipham Newcat*  Committee. Mr. Deputf Charles Vere. A Petition was presented by the Leflees of fome of the City Wharfs, which wa* refer, red 10 a Committee of foor Aldermen and for them to examine^nd tba Mflgdtlen, the Found) mg, and every other hofpital and noted public charity in London and Weftminfter. He has alfo left rcol. to Broad-ftreet ward charity fchools, sol. to new cloath the children, and alfo jol. to the matters and miitrelTes of thefe fchools.   He lus likewife bequeathed t I acres of poor nouie-iceepers, thofe in his own ward : and eight Commoners their Opinion to the next Court report TheCommiHee appointed for that Purpofe were, particularly Mr. Heimily having po near rei3uons nwi wanted aflii-tance, he has dire&rfd, that tbe feveral hof-piials and charities he has left benefa&ions (hall be bis refiduary legatees. to Mr Mr Majefty Mr. Aid. Cokayne Mr. Alderman Nelfori Sir Francis Gifting r, M Wedi of the rulss and orders, and had the honour | Sir Henry Bankes to kifs her Majefty's hand. _______   _____ jurt of Cbmmon Council at Goildhall, when the following Gentlemen were ele&ed to fill up the Vacancies in the feveral Committees for the Year enfuing; For the Irish   Society. 'Mr. Alderman Alfop. Governor Edward  Ingram,  Efq;   Mercer, George Bellas, Efq; SamuelFreeman.Efq;   Mr. John Hart A Petition was read and ordered to be prefented by the Sheriffs to the Honourable Houfe of Commons, in Behalf of London-Bridge. Mr. Bonus attending the Court Richard Peers, E(q; Mr. Arth.Beardmore Mr. Richard Brooke  | in the 20th year of her age, at the houfe of Mr. Jofeph Downes Mr. Samuel Travis M J Deimuik will f^ecdily be lecJJet! 011 pain of oitt-lawry. Four new ^ognn fliips h;vf this week bsen ordered to be Iain upon the Hocks in order to Lc bnile wich aJl expedition. Ure hear a fuperior weight of m?xA is going to be inrroduced on board all the lhips in th� Rcyal navy. letters from Hamburgh fay, that the defign of the King of Poland's journey ro-Danrziclt is, 1 * To examine into the difordert^ which reign there. 2. To eftabJilh a tribunal, com-pofed of Nobles and Magifimes, for the affairs relying to rhe NoblefTe. 3. To fupprefs rhe overplus of three bu/he]s per hi\3 and ro introduce an equitlky in the-weights and meafures with Poland. 4 To put alfo the coin upon a proportionate equality. They write from Paris, that the Grand Chamber of the parliament having alone regif* tered the letters patent of the Xing, by which the corporation of the city of P.iris is authorized to borrow the fum of $00,000 livres for the conllru&ioii of a Minr, the chamber of In- ^ _ queiisrjsnd Requefts had a confultatioji the 19th pafl, and vefolved to exhibit comphims, pretending that tJie regifftr in qweftion ought noc to have betn mon longer City    L a n 0 �. .Sir Samuel Fludyer, Birt. .JSir Robert Kite, Knt. Sir John Ca/twrigbt, Knt. vMr, William Cheffon, Langbourn Air. Abraham Brecknock, Portfokc -Mi. Henry Smith, Queenbith Samuel Freeman, Efq; Tower iltfr. Godfrey Wilfon, Vintry tMr. Arthur Beardtnor*, Walbrook Mr.  John  While, t � Year 'M^.-William Shentc J   Years, oa Thurfday prefented to the Court of Aldermen by the late Lord Mayor, to be fworn into the place of one of the Attorneys of the Mayor's Courr, in the room of Mr, Palmer, deceafed j which place he pur-chafed in the lait raaypraity for 1400 1. On Monday laft his Majefty was pleafed to appoint Coi Draper to the command of the regimenr, late Col. BrudeneH's. Same day the Rev. Philip Lloyd, D. D. kilTed his Majefty's hand, on being promoted to the Deanery of Norwich, in the room of the Hon. and Rev. Edward Town- _______      Bo Giavefend, tocompleat their lading. By a letter from Bolton in Lincolnfliire we learn, that the warets are much out in the fens, and all about that country, info- j York and Philadelphia upon extraordinary encouragement, at both which places they axe going to eftaLlifh manufa�lures of /ilk. Leave for the fiec importation of cattle from Ireland, for a limited time, is expected will pafs into a law.' We are attired9 that a bill is now under the coiifidemriou of a great aifembJy, the more effectually to prevent ftealiug of fifh and rabbits; the pradlce of which his been for fome years carried ou to great excefs. It is faid an Italian performer, who lately made his firft appearance, ha* a falary of ho taining part of the {tdbn, befides being allowed twelve guineas per month, towards a chariot. We hrar rhe erefifng a fcaifold in Weftmin^ fter-hall for the irial of a noble Pe^,.is oowr under the confideration of the Board of Worits. Middle Temple, was    hithe, and oveifec j by which accident a fhopfg for one I ftiend, deceafed. Same day the Rev, Robert Fowler, D. D. one of his Majefty's chaplains in ordinary, kiffed the King's hand, on being appointed m G ft e s h a Tne Right Hon. Sir Willi: Knt. Lord-Mayor Sir Thomas Rawlinfon, Kn*. Committee. room of Dr. Lloyd, The Rev. William Ma L; man and a boy, who were in the boat, were unfonuna ely drowned. Thurfday a melancholyaccident happened in Bull-and'MoQth-ftreet j a poor man begg'd to go to* work in pulling down the houl'es that are going to be rebuilt, declaring he had not any viftuals to fuftain nature, whereupon he was humanely fee to work, but had not b^en at it an hour before a beam fell on him and broke his back \ he was carried to the hofpitalj but with little hopes of nis recovery. .Thurfday morning, about eleven o'clock, a firebtoke out in the wine vaulis belonging to the Spread Eagle inn in Gracechurch-ftieec, occasioned, as it is faid, by a candle's beint; carelefsly left by the feivant \ but it was happily dilcovered before it could communicate 1 felf to the hampers and cafks, and by the atliitance of firemen and engines was toon estinguifhed.   At four in tfte-af* T th* KJrNO'j THEATRE in Uie.Waymaatifta On Thurfday, the aitt Inftant, ^ifi be An    AS S � MB L ST. Tickets will be delivered to the SUb&ribm on Wednefday th�aofbv^ the Ofiotf |ST*efittd Tnearre. .    . ]$.& Every Ticket will adtflK *tth* mat G#JitJ*man or two J-adieK   

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