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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 23, 1765, London, Middlesex                                + From  SATURDAY Fe > to T UESD1AY Fe b&u a r y . � 6 765 Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette; Hamburg AST week an Af- furance Company was declared here for fliipsand roerchandiaesun-der the direction of fix of the rtcheft and mo�t reputable Merchants* to con lift of joo anions of % r e tboQfanddollars (is rocl. fterltng) each^ thereupon the ftockbolder is to advance 10 p.t cent. _ siuiragenwnt, and the a&ions are bought up Copetbageji, \ Feb. p. - Their HighnefTes _________ - * _uftenburgh, and Prince (diaries of Severn, JLieutenam Generals in lib fervice, and ajfo Baron Finck, formerly * ieuienanr GeneraJ in thePruffian fervice9 Lane, for Maryland j the Martin, Hooper, tor Jamaica} the Neptune, Blackford * for Lifbon ; the Batchclor, Qakard, for South Carolina.} the Trial, Blacker., for Dubliir; che Thomas and Mary, .Ktlly, for Gibraltar  the Arabella, Bradfliaw, for Oporto; rhe Unity, Avery, for Dublin. 'Remains'the EafiE India yatch. Wind N. N. W. DeaL Feb. 24.   Came down, and remains for Leghorn. Gratvejend3 Feb* 24. Lee Polly Paft by the William, from Alicant;  Ginne,  Barrow, The regulation meets with en- J At Dover, Punkirk; Queen Charlotte, Solly, from P1IC2 raqna ; and Charlotte, French, from Lippie. ARRIVALS at tbt foiling PORTS. from Cadiz 5uece&, Dunn, Sr. George, Jones, for Dublin ; and Han fon, J 1 aje promoted to the rank of Generals. BANKRUPTS required to furrendif. - Urnes Lovegrove, of Henley npon Thames, in rhe county of Oxford, Malrfler, 'to forreuder the ad and i6tb of March and  ago died at his houfc at Turtbrfdge-wells, Dr. �d;\'drd Morley, v.-ho had"praftifed' phy/ic the:e beiween 3- and 40 years. Tuefday died, at Ftfttyplace, Lfq; fOiinerly in the commif fionof-the peace for thacoUmy of Kent. Friday di^d, at his houfe in Warnford eojun. ThJogmorton-ftreet, Peter Abrahau Lenard, N4erchant. Qh fcturday -morning laft died, at he hditfe at Knigbtfbt|dge,/Mri. Grey, a gen tie woman pofleflea ^f a pieniiful fortune and filter of Sir William Hart, KbU jLaft ^Fhurfday evening a Surveyor be longm^to, the haA-I�dia;qQmpaft^ InH� Chamberlain of the Cgf of L da,i i,aving made the following pa'alic Declaration ro' his Fellow Ciriz-::.s, upon hh hit Election to Th^t impoitant Office : u I do hereby further declare, that it h tbf determined Refoluiron to continue living in the lame frugal Manner till the latt Shillingirtt� chared ; and in  cafe any Turn b(  ftaftune ihcdifd � happen to me^rrj'y �fhdh? julf Debts fhaJl be difciraxKed fo mtich thefxMfef - as I kin de- leruri'attltoperfevereiiLprefexvi^.the Charac-kterGf aji houeit Man" He hereby gives'Notice, TMt havin/j had a Legacy left iiun/of ?6ol. per Annum, Llurtri^ hii riataraJ Life, wich andoubred Secnrrv for raying^^tiaxterly"- the fame � ill-be pucup to Action, at Twelve o\Jock*at' Hadn J.Jo, rrton Ite C.Cit.u a: his OtSce in Cattle Alley, near the R^ya: Lxehan^r*- N. B. Tthe Ch^mberlam i$ to be fcen at his publrc Offiee? GuildliaJl, oa ToefiWyy^ WeJnef-di>VTbuif(kys*3 and Fridayk ton Twtlvtf o'CJoc*^!} Ttvo. - roof Horfcj Giaids, on rFuil Pzy^ vdJl exchange with a Half Pay Cornet of Dragoons, for 13061. Bdferences Apply to Mr. Forreft, at ForreftVCo&ehoufi^ oppo \\ re Mews .Qate^ Charing Crofe EFIELJ5 Sale river and was drowned. � , Oft Sattmky night a quarrel happened Chairman and a SoUfettgr Hoff^guarcfc, 6wing to the latter being muchiaJiquor, i�ho, by a fall }w received froofrthe Chairman., fradufedhi^fcull. He was cameS to^n.hp^fta^ ancTdieff fhe next raornjng. On Saturday'morning,, about ten o'clopk, a fire:brokeo^t in the pewter fcullfery of his  Majefty's palace at Sr; James's, which-burnt" a great part of the fefcf apartmeht, with a large quanthy of Itnntfni before it ^as ex-, ^B^or^iaaodsoiB itua54�| of thii fflr 4ft Papie caru^a�/has4^ te^nined theDe^Iej^u>holtlA>Ieeajig at Wake^ fiejdj �j}:li^edoefi^y^.eveiy fortnight,throeg^-* out the ,VeSar j Tor fhe Sale of Fat and Ltfan cgfiHrch nrtt'iU Seven o'clock in th* 3 tht IxihabuaTrts of WaJceftAk *b Undertiltfaig, have proviifeu a and dry Piece of Ground, ir* , which will be properly Pettndl* ung. w ILLIAM PAICE, late nguilhed PasTscRjpxs of ore the Lovetj Friendflup, :^ntfon Fa/mutt^ Dyer, from Briflol Brodrick. from Onernfey for tins port.; Heait- of-Oak, uunp, frGm Lifbon for South-Carolina   Virgin, Gerald, from Lifbon for this Elizabeth, Saunders, from Swanfey for Sailed tW Magdalene, Vibert, for rJerfey-, Threie Friinds, Herman, for Beurdiaux; "P'rinceft Royal, Samuels; Rebecca, Fofheriug-lianr"- H-.Triot, Duncan; Priuce William, Wardtoper3 ; ]  x'hk Maria, Grcinold, for .Hamburgh. Weymouth^ Feb. 13.   Arrived the Aiexan-^!er Andrews, from London.   Sailed .the John .�kf William, Turner ; William and Robert, Shedbam; and Induilry, Collins, for Lon-� iton rPookt Feb. 23. Arrived the Sukey, Miller, from Cadiz   Faimy and. yerAy, Colliijgvvt?od, ixbai Irelind.; and^Williami May, for -Lgane. rSaUed the BUJy, Stook, for Waterford; Spped,  v&U, Twid, 'for Lypn; Mrtlly, nooJc, foif livcriKK>Ie; 5�lly, T>mh for New-York-? . WirehiW^. Thoipfon," and Spry, glundel, fo^ Lo^dbxu ofh Dmirout^v Fffrb-*** he, (which re _____B,_o _ market, in oY,der to fell the fa again a� a higher price) it may not bei proper to inform them, rh^t fpr the,$rft offence theFoEeftaHer js.to forfc^f the goods 4p btn.ghtj or the value 96 them, and (uffer �fftnpt;hs imprifonhidnt; fpr the.fefdnd offence, tc forfeit double the value, and be irftprtforied months; and for a third offence,4 Ihall forfeit all his goods, be put in the pfllwy, and imprtfoned during theKihg's. It is laid that the gaol of Newgate, for the pirllifig down and rebuilding of which, application has been lately made by the,ciiy, was originally built upwards of 600 years ago*   f  " # By a calculation lately made, it appears *bnt thrt finpsfnr Sheriff of London, fince Papers^ ^/Saturday. It is faid the narional fenfement on a certain great perfonage, will be augmented this feffions io,opp 1. per ajjnum. 'Tis now faid that 300,000]. part of the money to be raifed for the currencfervice of the ye^r, will be-by annuities with the bei^rit of furyivbrihip* We hear tfnt the fuppjies for the current year are fettled; and it is reported, .that only three perfons hfly^confrailed forjth*fa I r is faid a bill is under conilderation enable the clergy and laity to exchange t lands with each other, Under rtftrftHibns 1 ! Farmer and Chapnucn, having a-ffign^d o\'er'his whole fciftate and to Mr, William Artwood and Mr, Thomas Wilclhtre, of the kme Place, in Truitfor the�-feh*es and foch other of his Creditors as-alr^rfy have and da 11 accept the feme iu SiJjcisfcftJOfl'af .their refpective Demands;   all Perfoi^; tvt� :have any Denund on ihe 6id WiJiiaro Paigt� a*.id have not already delivered in theione^^i^d 'are willing to accept a diltntatfve "Faft-wtfVe 'fiid'Effefl^, aredeiired fowh ted to the Kttite-6f �he*fel4 WiiJvira P^ic�5 ire required forthwith^ vzy dod, of Mr, i ucd1 without nee '1 the upwards of 1 Arrived the Two f, Philip,, year a672, amount to 146,750!. . Qfi Saltu.rday laft there were two more larne ducks, one of whom was a large flab-bit\rig bird, which torjlc its flight towards the Eaftj-out of-Exchange-alley, and the other wadded but a little wiy from thence. We fllill1 continue to hear extraordinary DevrflTVOBcerdiig the^il^'beaft. By a late letter from Paris we ^ tcrfd,; th?tt a'flrqpg Ihrutations.     r # ^ . It is Gtid a large quantity of coarfe,woolen cloth is ordered to be .boirgbt np in iTorJc- fhire, for the fervice of the King of Poland's |t is .rumoured, certain very important advices have bsen received this week by the'way of- Leghorn the particulars ,of which ;are not yet tranfpired, I A marriage is faid to be on :tbe tapis between thePrinceft of Eft, grand-daughter of the Duke of Modena, aud the Archduke Ferdinand, third Jpaqf the Emperor of Germany. jt isjaid,, tliat che palace which is to be built lr*v.theit Mayflies at Richmond, will 1 be *eiecutcd upon the plan, of one of the fa* �ions Inigo Jones's, for a palace which was formerly intended to hav? beea eredled at WhiteiaU.. !    The ,Gqver#ment 'of Ne^v , Yori have oxvp to a sefhhirian 10 build a rpwn-hcmfc .with thp proper otBees, for the n�ipn; of ^DelawareSp nrftwTntlinu Tribes'iW::aJ5ianC^with th:� To be SO L D, ?reeled Eftate at Harlrngton injhe Oauiity of Btdrqrd, called the Cfa-a � 6 e ; confiitsng' of a Mefluage or Manfion fcioitfe^ with proper Conveni&icies, ,and fevmty*rive Acres of hue Paftnre  Grounds .The Whole lies very compadt together, is fufficiently itocked >wuh Txnober, and remarkably weii wattfeeL Harlingron Grange .is thirty-fix. Mile& itOm London, iir from ^JLuton, tix from A Wobuni� five from- Ampthili,and thsee frcm Tedditt^ ton, all Market Towns. For Paracalarsienquwe of Mr,Luca�, 3Bo.& Pump-Court, Middie Temple; or of JV$r..fi2d-^11, at Everfhort^near Wo&irn, Btidfcodfiufe. *#* Four Thoufand Pounds, or Km of it, ic ready to be lent on roal Security^' �aQDire of Mr. Lucas. A K 1 - tndeavour, AldertoUj.iorlArerpQo}?^ Jf*4fl�a�. in feat�h 'of.him,: good iear* art failed to the 36aft\*ard.* * j|; fib      &ini doSm-'indfejaed p&nhiy all 3* ^ut^�W, 11s whenforgetti�g;hi3 reTolution and his he ttieclout luftiFy until lie brought .people around him whovwere win hi9 ing, Ivhdfeappearance frigt?ten^4he^imal away,  fbtbe ate nBttit^le^^Qri^qlf-th^ j&imt, whicbVoecaiion .univerlal terras Me riufflied into a garden where there wcrt .proving We'Jpeartthe provincial agents for Nor merica intend to lepr^W to piriiar^nt, tn if tie New England diftiJJeries are fujpparefli ;ruett prejudice- 1 trade, has lieen in corhpht    near 1^ p^boe tqs the -valt cAiajKuaes e^oned^ ScotiA t* Very krge Parcel, npw in, roe India _._ Company's Waiehtilifes, for Exportation 4>r fiome Canfumption,tobeiold ift&b flfiHSal-lon Advance on the Gompany** Sale; and a la�ge Quantity of very itrobg, a^d el mioft excellent Flavour, jat ias. perGaJloiv JAM A I,q A   StV M, T4^ belt that can poOibip be lOipMfed, by the Aifot^*L^t(CONlAC BRANDT, Mq% 3d. -^Smaller Qjoanaries At 9 s, 6 d. per QslUou. t Direct, asufaal,^oGMausi w|tf mab, at the Royil EKchaugfe, awd^they ihall bedefiw'd, iaor near Tdwn (one GaJJofl Or, apwanl^) (ferriage free.-Samuks. ifieiit ibr to *he fencrr- houfe to:Sw iching*s AJley, uewa^Noffh Call .GorAetaf theRoyal fclichsli^ eirtiei ftwdy or Rtnn, very old and ftroag* J&ooi*; A a v 6a* Anank at }n ftt QtiaitL fbe'ptmnt Money , All Wines as ify&\ ,�;be pu^)�, which ihall be aflow'd whentemrn'i   

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