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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 16, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 58 pieoeis Low- rfburgbr% the N Tuefday Earl of Bucking* * ham, his Britanv Dick   Majefty's Embaffador > Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to this court, had 1 ctfftern's light^horfe, Alt han's dragoons, as wellas,the battalions of Daun and Karfch, were ranged without the gate of Carinthiaj |and the itreets through which the King and Queph, Wirh't with a doubtefptf, tif,citizens and arrfts. boat his court, audience of leave of her Itrr* Excellency, prqpofe* leaving this: place on Monday \nax,,vn his return 'W> England. Genoa, Jan. 26. Late on the ipth inftantj ^esprffs anived from JSaftia, with letters teafed*e drder'letters p31^^ be pafled inderthe great feat of Ireland, for granting to his Grace Richard Archbifliop of Armagh, the office of Almoner in the faid Alfo for the translation of Dr. Chailes Jackfbny Bifto^ of Leighlifc and Fer^es, *othe-BifhopriW^of Kildarej together with *he deanry of Cferfft church in Dublin, Void translation of :Dr. Richard Robin- fan. IU - We Jearn nothing berecfor certain concerning the divisions vM***^kigb' bfcfrween the Duke and the \ &fr*8t the b'Qur^ry 6f Wartemberg. We| l J?naw o^ly, that *t�ie Minifters of the Courts olVieqna, Berlin, and Copenhagen, * ceafe not to feek -out the molt proper expe-. dierjts to terminate thefe divtftons to reciprocal fatlsfatfion.   In the meantime, the two lacter give themfelves by tlieir repie- by ihe ffon, to the Archbifcopriek tagh. ilarion- of Dr. Edward ifoiwg, Bilhop-of Drdmore,' to the united JBUhopricksof .teighlin afid^ernW; u,Aa& f6r the;promotfort>^f the-H^fr^and Itevi Jien.ry-W*xw�ftl Dea^ of :Kihn6re, jo theijlfljopfick of -pxomore; . The Xing has bekh pleafcd to grant unio ttiilii^Lloydi D. D. tlia place of Iteah of ffcrtfch, voidty tbt death of Dr. Tpwn^ Ibend4   '     1 "    \ rcbendafy We fter. void tloyd >S    - B A IN K Jofdl* GilJboAs and cnariss rreegB^ of tarn --30^ at GoildfanJI. , ^ofdfo&hs  Th&itottr Feb. n. March ' Jjdiijcs7D��svk(ir; ^boi^, 4mar72 ^i^egb sr. peer's, i�the . . Jfk of; Elf Merahanc.   To appear Ffcb, a y, Mai^.g0j at Mr.. JarnejEJleker's, the J�adw,  iffeWeft Salithfield, Lon Marcir 11 *ofeajid Wiftflch fv^er^ ofitPfi(ugfiVr|n^Gorn\va]t, p;'Wn�#5 'Febi-.-jafe 27, March fon^ -of iu -Bpt^plph r without Ah Middtefery Innlioldfcr.   To ap^jm4 March;3o? sic Guildhall. ^IV^I>�.!*PS    be made to Creditors. ^ Thomas Cooke and Jottua Cooice, of i:r^ Atk^ty9^ Holliorn, L�*ndonv'lJphoiders tbiiiet-makers, ut Guihlhall. -i. i^. **plw/ ? ^?4�wy;�rf^    at G^il4h4ll. in; .Henry iCilrdiwr. of St. Ann, Lime .9. Gwger,Keair5y> gate, jRookfcller.' Adam; l?ickibn9 ^amcs JSltodes. ot Leeds Lieather-* ftree flure 1 1 fitknaPJe*. Efterday, at'&lsvjfeh in the mornihg ;nhe; Kiag1 and Q] fciadrtWff'pub#0 Saturday evening an additional number of globularUmps, with doubie biiiners, were affixed and lighted, forihefirit time> along Whitehal1, by order from the Board of Green Clorh. Laft Friday Mr. Samue] Birch, belonging lo the London Infiuance Fhe*oiScer b n of a-letter f it ciie child wai killed on the fpor. belong poftft 105. from jtefti ioiedt1 r, Head, for SciUy. % FijXttuiJb, Feb. 15. Arrived African, Dronerr, fmm Sr. Domingo for Havre; Edward, Henderfon, from Belfitft for London; aiid Frederick, Veneris, from London for this port. Sailed the Spy* �k>ap of wara and Cumberland cmtfoji a cruize, ; Poo&ii&b. 16. Arrived the Triton, Ststinf* more, frewn South Carolina; Suqc*fs,r Uifter; from Netvcttftie; and Endeavour, E3ylDa from Milton. Saikd th� Ranger, Coekcril, for Sun-det land. Court of Kin^VBench found in I goods, and iemenced to be tianlported fur r4 years Jury of the coun _ feveral Brokers and. others, for a confpiracy, the Postscripts of all the Evening by vaiiouj mifreprefentatipn& to deceive a 1    Papers of /ay? Saturday. gentleman of known honour and famine, and thereby to defraud him to the amount of about 8ooo 1. in his tranfadions in 'ChaMge alicy^Jn the memorable month of 0�tober, 1762. This profecution we hope wiU open the eyes of the public, ^and be an Sample to others, who &ave been deluded in thfe like manner, to brmg the offender^to juftice. ' _ During'the laft week feveral. Bakers in Middlefesand Weftminfter, wereeonvidhd Soutbami 16.   Arrix^d the Blef- Co from Barnftaple; Soc^tbam fiup, Burzecot, ton, Rofe, from LondbiK   Put b; mas and Anne, Ljke, for London. ;'5ii]ed the Indiana Tower, Pearfon, for Whitehaven J and Montague, Priaulx, for Guerniey. Cows, Feb. 16. Arrived the Polly, Por-terj from South Carolina. Sailed the Dove, Roberts, for Oporto; Obiguiftj Francis, for Gibraltar ; and Bridgetown, Fowler, for Ma* deiraand Barbadoes. ' - Dfal, Feb.' i*5. Came dqrni yeflerday aiid failed, the; Mobille Packet^ IjTAacfon, for Peu^ iacdla; the Hope, Jicdbfon, for New-York ; the Philadelphia, Budden,'for Pliiladelphia ; the Brothers, Hope, for Antigua. The Boreas is failed'for "Portfmouth, and what, fhips wcrt ^1 the Downs for the Weftward and for Deal, FiLi^y, Came ' down yefl^rday and failed, the ;Famty> Hamilton, for BarUdoes, WindE. to.'E.J' Knr, Garden, before Sir John Fielding, William:Kelynge and Thomas Kyoafton, Efqrs. for the feveral offences of. feliing hfttitilfcux of weight j for ftlling at a higher pricaiban'was fee by the affile,.'made by the Gourt of Lord Mayor and Aldermen of thecity of London, and the Deputy Stew-aul^nk^iugeflei of the city and liberty of Weftminfter j-and alfo forrefufin^ and declining tbfefl Bread made for fale, ,in purfu-ancfe WtH^W bfttie .'31ft of the late King, We hear chat a grand palace is fhorrly to be crefled for their Majelties nr Richmond. We luur a very high penalty Will fpeedily be annexed to the farther exporucion of fuUci s earth to'France and Holland. it is faid before a certain perfonag^ lefr tli� kingdom on ^ccpuut of a Lee duel, care was taken to Artie .his.efface hi foc^ a manner, as to be no iVay^affaSfcd by the future prpgrefs of the laws* Five thoufand pounilsart to be added to the rewards already ottered by Parliamenr^ for thof* who lhall difcover the longitude At fea. The Rev. Mr. Smith h*s filed a bill in Chancery againft the Rev., Mr, Romahie 5 and oil Fjiday the Biihop- of London, the Churcfy wardens, and Common*couocil. of Blackfriaxs, n that Court. * 1 1 L ON  DON Sunday the Rev: Dr. Markham preii before-their Majeflies kt the Chapel tofd Trevor carried/ the fword of ftai Ch An birder i� cpfae ovcrrfrp Poland to purctefe (forth^ trie of his P ^oJA--^ hasftnade fireng. reprefentauoxw igiirttt anneain^ the Itler of Wlaft to the crown, it beihe aranted tendered ready^mtjney an p^yoiept %V fame, agreeat^e (a prices fet by the authorities aforelaid, fuch Baker^s having at the fame time in their poffeilion bread to be fold, more than was requifke for the immediate neceffary ufe of their owrr fajnUy./p^-CUl^m^^ which laft o&n'ceJs iijhable with the fajne penahy^ as-that felfihg; W.a higher price tM k tef'fi the aJu^e,,vt2, ths panaky of 40s. ind not lefs than tcs-. at the difcretion of the" ma-giftfate; and as thofe whd hare already been fined {l&iQg their fir ft offenc^) ba*re hies only, Ms hoped have been: made, ^iii , and preventy asit'eli thbfe whoiiave b^en de^e^ed, froth dffencT-ing a TetfOnd* rrnw, 'th'etrad^ in general froj^a ^offending; at all,.-, more efpecially a? this time of dearth, when the poor ftand in great-need or their rull w �: S^urdgVVfcveral perfo BilWicfifffiice in Bow-fireer, befoie Sir .,_, F&ldrng, and^WilliatniKelyng^ hfqi for run'rUpg of ioach-\vheel% driving of t*o his prfedeceffbrs by a Royal cimrier, and I whe*l-barr'ows loaded with Btrcheis meat af.erward^cOnfirrhed in other KirigVreigns; J and otfcftr .goOds^ahd'ojher fuch carriages. It iscorifi^^ntly faid certain duties^ lately I on the foot-pavement* of thd itreeca which impoiTecLo^ tl�n^w-^uu^i ceded iiiahdfi J havtr been nc.v paved by viriu&'of th*l3t:e weip fcryed with writs from thai Friday fourteen informations were lodged againft different butchers iu the county of Mid* dkftx on the a�t againft forcftailing. Yeflerday fe'nnight a duel iW fought at T� Ives, in the county of Huntingdon, bttweed Capt, T-, of Sc> Ivet, and Cape H-^-ft, of Heinrnin^forcl. Upon the fonner's piilol miffing fire, they had recourfe ta rheir f\vord�, wlieu Capt. T- received a wound in hij left arm, which it's hoped he will recover the ufe of, as he is under the care of a fkilixd furgeon. ^Xhc lame after noon a humoorous^du*l-\vas fought behind King's college, betw*Mfc-It\V  Cooper^ ^vho was couyidted   7alt SfHiry- qo^r-ter fcilion of aflaulfingElizalierto^^fc^ore," a' child under l^ine ^yeari of ^^^^Juto^p-to raviih ber, fiood in ,ihe "pUltwyTat^R Mteg** rcrVhill, Southvvark, af^cr which he it^to fu ffcr cw'elvfc "mootfu tfltp:ilQuni^ni    vht N%#v gaol.   

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