London Evening Post, February 14, 1765

London Evening Post

February 14, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 14, 1765, London, Middlesex t 1" * 1 fc i~ 4 * I Nurfib. 5819 From THURSDAY February 14,. to SATURDAY February 16, 1765- [Frke Two-pence Half-penny. To tl of the London' Evening Pbft Mr. Meres, 'the rebuilding Workfop Tyb Wednefday Urn. r AVING fome l*me a� con^umed by fire, is carried on ' On Wed tiite. ago read a paragraph in the papers, wiihing a navigablecut was aynard ward, in the room of the late Mr. Robert Willis. i The Rev. Mr. Richard Bowes, M. A. was a few days (ince prefenied to the rectory of Baveltey, in the county of Wilts and diocefe of Saliibury, void by the de^th of the late re&or, �� -Laft  Wedntfday the Rev. Mr. Nevil Mafcelyne, F. R. S. fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, had the honour of kif-fing his Ma^efty's hand, on being appointed Aitronomer Royal. HisMajefty has made the'following promo ions in the 2d troop of life-guards, commanded by the Right Hon. Lord Cado-gan : In the room of CoL'Defmaretee lefigned, Lewis Charles Moniolieu, 10 be FiritLieu-. lenant-Colonel. Robert Slough'er, Second Lierrenant- ColoneL iuui, anu an ^...-.^-----. j 1 I v^oioneu 10 thefaid 11 vers; together with many otner Fdix Buckley, Cornet and Firft Major. advantages.- � -t Georee Cunningham, Guidon and Second -AM as it is fuppofed;he feid cut would � & ccft-StiOTefiftythoufand pounds, is it not j ~ \v;iiiam Wafey, Exempt and Captain. . value, with which he made his efcape, was hefted, at the requeft of the Magilliates of Amfterdam, at Windheim, a fmaU town in the neighbourhood of thai city. While in cuftccly, having a hanger concealed about him, he ltahhed himfeif lb him, dangerouily that he died :i.e day following. Upon which his body ^ as dragged tlnough tiie ftreets and carried out *.u tlu gillows, where he was hanged an hom by iiu ie^s, and was afterwards burnt under the gail^Wi ^ to the of w!:a: bommit this raflj aKrlpi*)jrfd h comylai ,jie fellow gave him the .flip, atd went off \rrttout his boo:y. About noon a fellow (who by the defciipiion feems lo be the fame) told Mr. Parker, a Carpenter at Wandfwonh, that he was wanted at Carving fcr want of employment, and alfo ^ ,,JV,j ____ _rr_______ manufaduiers of iron, fteel, I French/�fqV to be Captain of a Company enable the PJeydal, Sub Brigadier and Cornet. His Majefty has appointed Jeremiah � ^ W---ed in the Englifh fafbiai, at h^JLora(htp-s"o-ivn.expence.. They weeon Thtii'fday mnoduced, by Mr. Montagu,, r4ie-Agent for -Virginia, to the Lords of Trade a.nd Plantations, and, with their u-rt:al fok'mniiy, had four talks TheVft \vas complimentary and expreifive of their aft'ecHdn to u.c, as brothers and friend^s, and that they .came,over to.affure us of their MpeYual amity.' ihefecoad was, to offer tattle'King,' their faiher, the difcoyery of fome very rich gold, filver, and iron mines, iViMie Cherokee couritiy, and produced to diem afampleof the produce: the third Cohfifted of, a complaint, that fince the veaty'-was co'r.cllidcd' Between us and \\m C'h'eroJcce nation, and .the ]h"ni;s adjuP.ed, fpme of out'countrVmen had maae encroachments on their huritjnggrounds; but 4n agieeable Lady, wi.h a large fortune Laft Tuefday was married at Sudbary, in the; county of Suffolk, Mr. Thomas *Hawes,A in pa/therfhip with Mr; Spalding, Ian-eminent Gr-ocer-in Whuechapcl, to'Mifs Wheaifey, of the 'borough.of Souihwark. On Wednefday Charles Allinfon, Efqi was married ^o Mifs Llizateth Aiflabie, a near relation' xo "William Aillabie,^ tfq; Member in the prefent parliament for the borough of Rippon in Yorkshire. Thuifday, was married, /u Weft Hani'ih Effex, Thomas Co6kes, tfc At the enfuing Lent allizes on the Home Circuit, ihere are moie prifoners to rry than has been known for many years: At Hertford 18, Chelmsford 57, Maidftone 45, Herfham 12, Kihgltun upon Thames befides thofe t hat may be committed befoie the affixes begin. Dferitom 0 John Denhamxtfqj of Willing in| vhe county, Kent, and,niece to John W illyams, Jifq; of Plaiftow in EfTex. - jlied, at S^ney Mr." John Creamer, formerly a bfeip.-bui Wei, but had for fome ijme retired from bulineft. Thurfday died in Walbrobk", the Rev. Mr. Arthur^pindsr. � ; Sanreday fiied'Mr; Thoma*Spotfwood, Clerk of Oariick-h'iU! church, atul many yeats School master- of' that parifh. Mrs. ElixabeibLudwell, la e of Charing in the county of Kent, widow, deceafed, ) ,hej difued. 11 mlght he �a^ned idlo . i'iBrownlow.ft,.wr, Long-Acre, 500i. the fourth was aainuuiation, t toften heyd'of learned perfons bei,ngfent ^o -�g the High Stew^rdihip of Cambrit^, which was to have been determined in' the-Court of King's Bench Lift Thurfday, is put off huiing until the ad clay of next term, which will be on Thurfday the 27th of Aprih Wc hear.from Winbnry,.in Devonfhire, that ' Lift Sunday fe'nnight a Farmer's maid, after doing" the houft-work' of the day. went our, ajid vyas miffed all the night * but next morjiing was found drowned in Thorn pool, near h-r mailer's houfe. The girl was between 19 and AT the KINCs THEATRE , in the Haymarket, On IhurftJay, the'aiit Inftant, wiJl be I :AD ... A S iS E M B L Y. Tkketa will be delivered to the Subferibfrs o�i Wedntfiliiy the aoth^ at the-Office of the laid Theatre. N. B. Every Ticket wUJ admit cither one Genilenrin or two I adi*f, "HE Creditors oi the late Mr. William Skchon, of Dolors Coir.rhou3a cleceaitJ, >vhq have not yerfvju in an Account 0/ their Demands, are deiired forthwith ro lend th* feme!to his Kxecutrix, Mifs Sy.ehon, ac r ulham j or to Mr, William Hamilton, in Lincoln's Fields._ "PUBLIC O t FlCt, Bow-btfcei, Fch, 9, I7^>- \ \ "* HLREAS one Thomas Steer;, V \ other wife Halus, Jaie t-oommi tu Thomas Carter, E of Dxwfoil-Streer, Dubim, is charged on Oatn with abfeojidinc, from his faid Mailer's Service m Fiida.y the iUtu -of January kit, and fidoniouJiy ltealir.g a Sum of Mdi^ey, one o\ al CaiVeye Huig, richly fet round with DLmonds * :i Qjumity of Linen^ and other Things of Value; (and being now fuppofed to be in or a[>out Lyndon.) Whoever* wiJJ aunreher.d him, and bring him before Sir John Fielding,'lhaJl receive Ten Guineas Reward, and Five more fwfthe above Ring, independent of the Orlendcr, to be paid by the above Ti.ornas Cantr, b#]; N. B. Tfu a'xive Thom.i^ Frees (that being his-real JNam ) failed in a I'ackeL lor hiolyliead on tiie iKtli of Janiury arorrilitd ; was born in Berkihire, and fuppofed near Vindfor; has Jived in feveral uohle hamil e>, and fome Time iince with Lord S|)encer, and was hired hy Mr, Carter at Yorkj near a Year ago; he is about Twenty Years of Age, abojt live Fe�t eighr Inches high, full-face^, fwarthy. black E^'es^ a well-looking FcJloyv, ajul tolierably veil made, and is well knov/11 in feveraJ Aie:.oufes a!;ouc St. James's, _ BRISTOL and BATH Port-Coaches, In the neweit and molt genteel Tafte, With Four Horfes and Two i>olhllions, SET-out from the Crofs Keys Inn in Wood-Srreet, London, aud from the Greyhound Inn in Broad-Mead, Hriitol, at Six o'Ciock every Monday, Wednefday and Friday Mornings. Call at the Gl �l>e in KtngVMead-Square, Math, at Seven the f.ime Mornings: and rciuai to the above Inns, Tiufday, Tl.urfday-andSaturcUy Evenings. Breakftft at the White, Hart at Srauits-Bridge, and he at Amos Aider'*, it the Star and Garter, Andover. The Fare Three pence per Mile each PafTenger. Childi-en in I ap hah Price : Hair to be paid ac Booking,the Remainder at Entering rhe Coach. Books are kept, Places taken> and Parcels received, at the above Inns; and alfo at the Chequer, Cnaring Crofs, and the Yrrkthire Grey hi Piccadilly. Performed hy Peter Thome, Crofs Keys, Wood ftr. Loudon :, Samuel Do.vker,White Hart,Sraines Bridge Amos 4lder, Srar and Garter, Andover Joint Ladd, New Inn, Melklham Jofeph Cearincrofs, Coachmaker, Bith Thomas Jones. Greyhound, Briltol A K K A C ^, AVery large Parcel, now in the India Cofnpany's Warehbofes, for Exportation or Home Confumption, to be fold at 6d. per Gallon Advance on the Company's Sale; and a large Qaantity of very Urojig, and of a molt excellent Flavour, at 115. per Gallon. JAMAICA RUM, The bell tiat can poflibly be imported, by the Piece or Puncheon at 8 s. g d.-Smaller Qjiautl-tisi, at qs. per Gallon. Alfo die !*it CON I AC BRANDY, at 9 s. 3d. Smaller Quantities at 9s. 6d. per Gallon. Direaid fox, which ihal) )ye allowed whfn rerurn'd. This D:iy was publiftid^ Pnce 1 s. jHTHE RISE and FALL of the ; 1 Holy City and Teniae of JERUSALEM : Aa Axeum:n: in Defence of Chrift'un'tjr. Being the Suj-f/rance of a ntfcourfc prs.iche.l at the Tempi: Church !th^ iuh cf Novemher \aft- { By GREGORY SHARPE, L L. D. Maftcr of the Temple, Chaplain in Ordinary to his , Majt-'fty, and Fellow of the Koyal and Antiquarian -Societies* PubHChcd. ac the Requeft of the Mafter of the Bench ; and fold by G. Hawkins, at the Middle Temple Gate, r-leec-S.reet; T- Longman, in Parer-nofter Row; J. 'Doriilt>> in Pall-Mall i and H-Henderfon, under the  Rtryal 'by. change- t : ~JT: au'i 1 u n ^pubik, HE great Demand Do&of i! CorapaJlion of Edward Wil- * 20*3*^3 of age ; it is not fad what made her WALKHR'a Patent Jbsbiti Paop*,ba* vine ii-.duccd fome Periods to icU 2 vile Compofttioa ucder 'he above Name and TirU ; therefore ft is proper c� acqnai'-.e the Public in general (that each Bitdc it fcaied witti Dr. Walker's Name.) They are the .moft plcifimt and infalHble Care for all WeaknelTcs, in fcotfc Sexes, occafion'd by Strains, Mercurials, &�. and i� alt V;afw of � certain Oif^rder, and have no Mercurial* inrheir Compofitioo. To be had at our Warehoufc, the Bible and Cro^n� :hc Upcer-end of Fleet-Lane id the ow Baily, i� Bc�- jp, wtth proper tssELS and'Co. regions. Advice given aratis by-Vtnril Mas'. ^ ;

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