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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 26, 1765, London, Middlesex ,1- 4 ' 1 � ' .V' � i , if* [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette. Genoa? 2. N the ifcth p^ftr the SmallGoun-'fcil having Cledcd the fix pferfons, tfOtof whtetuhe Doge v&s to.b* cfcofen; thcGrcat Council met' th* Owners Go^WjUl/ Draper ; John,'and -BfetM iey, Sogers; Sparrovvhawke, YxbkXi and, the weft- �J Mify^Batlaoc]^ fro f J. 1> . I. Day, itjth, when; M.* rerc was ofetl Votes. K: -  Lertersfraftr t p 1 fexterior ^>o/ks of Ma}effy "been .gricioully pie; fill fa'&fctifty. * ^ ^ ; The Rev Mr. MaCkelyn^r^py^P^ feffor of ^ftrpjiQiny 'a^CilreenWlch,; ^e Ra*. Mh^Hwwfey, Saviiiatr ProfeffcrSo* Aftropomyvat Qxford a^d f|je" Rev. "Nft? Shepherd, tlumian Profeftor of Matfieaafa- tics at Catfbridee� are ort&ted up td:t^*n to give thetr;Opimo�s wirh r^rfl-tp tne peHixietaVs already toade to discover thi Ion- tliatrity. Verticil Feb. 8. Accordirtg to advices from Dalmatia of.the Z2d pait/ only t\to perfons have died of the plague finCe^tie precedingJaetount5i *hich wtrfc of'theitfih of December. - - � v - Wwiw'k F^. 9- Count :R&fty>berg,'tefe Imperial-Einbaffddor-to the RiJJUbllc of Venice, *died:herea fewldays-ago, ' WhitthaHjFeb:t6> The "K\ne has' , pointedJRicHard Clayton J4ajefty*s yoiinc/1 learned in the EawyChief tuftice ;of Vhe Cotirt of Comm^d Pfesin tbe kingdornpf Ireland. ' \klfo iherRev, f�evil sMafl�tfBe,' M. A. to be Xft'rpnd^ickl bBfeivator, in the Gb-fervatory' at "Oj.eenw.ft5h, in the rodrn' of JNTathaniel BIift> 'deceafed. Tuefflay,; at a meet tag ttf'rhe^^ireinam >mtrfrt^fe, Vvfcda'hcy decladed*of the ofcffqc .of Geometry, ;and Tiiefd^yA next [rof Mr. Clarke; \*\ ^ a , I. '^aefaay-Jdhti'lJtt&e, Efq; Merabtr^r l^kttai,,;arrt{^d;it ;.houfe in-St;Mar- tinVia^erfrbm iFrance; and ihe fernery tookHi^ftatinthQ^HoUfeof Coinm^ Ldr^'fiyron is^osfinsd in the the fame rdbnt as Mr, Wilkes w; We ace cr^ibly jrifoteed tl^^^htpS Lord-Byron will be ii\-W^mi^er^BiaU^ in the fame manner the late� Eflrf of FerFer^S was : but-ho titne lis as - yet fiised-ibr th^t |M-^at^^IwtteboUte5^ta be?owned, aft( terdftf^he Coroa^r-. iit. rt^ht,Jai&,3 a^t^'.o ^i/piiw far do^ap^iift IfaH.iai Sandwich*.atfhi$ l�or4n ffiip^ h6�fe-ac Whitefi^I, a foidier of%& GuaVds^beliig'very.nihch intoxi^a uquor, fell agajnlt the chair ^ /^h^Upon the for^;chairtnanr aft'er being. di#A#rged by/bigf Lordlhip, .fbll/ivpon the-pocS* f6Jd*er, kraifea^Mm in1 a tbrfftle'^one^^ftd at lifti*irte' him .a blow'-wb&tt^oceaiffonSd ea- whh fijs^ftijipg againft one of 'the (\6xie ^�tofria.he?d,.Avhich ftunn.eo him famQcl nd This DlVIDKNPS./*-�' -mad/l** Creditors. Ifaap ^Hcapy^and Pe^ei Heapy, ;a^d Thomas ; Wortbins induhr in tfffla^ner-to^total. prohibition.-/"'^Dtech-'flrff, Cap?. H6mtnes, ffem Dunkirk, who is arrived in the Texel, reported, that in hisJ?affage in the Channel jofF Rye,chjs was l^^eSrtMm twe la/ge-^n^ifla ppeijioa^ xylt^ fix liahdson poarjfr each, - wfao-TObbedMiafi)F a watch> a:c.4(k of Vt-^.'lO^-'jBVrfcsf Ffffnch' money, 2gafWers Diitca'^ey^-and^.f?v.era^-ottt'erm  The ^ttri^ ^iliiams4 of-Shields^ feom ^e^c^lpdffT^^^ ^loftoh the flbrth coaft near Dunbar, but the crew are f%ved, . Aqapng dth6r;p6tuliarities iathe Ifle of Man^ there is a ftai^ding law, that noper- fon can Jfcay^ihe #and it he owes a"fliilling i does^ Ke forfeits' hisItoW ^d^rii^ to pay^!rhedebt: ff theperfoh-is on?boa;rd/Jthe .arreft is by throwing a Hone into thebqat. Among th6 prefeatamufemenrs in town, is a "Jew of a Turk Conjurer, or Fortune-, 'relief greatly frequented at his lodgings int Ch^fidois-ftreet/ Hfc premium td fix at night, i�half a guinea; from that 'to* uni fifteen ihiUingstj and after tha^t; qx\� gvftheaj His age is very great,- and his beard as long Li OQcafioped an alarm \ enquiry was made^into tftef '^aJlie, and the foidier was huntarfely tgkjBft of by. his Lw^ip^^di/eftivns. I^e-nttrMJerof the cfeair .was taken (being a*hatkBey>one) buc the chairman .flpcL Ttjef^ay morning two men on horfeback met:fuffotiftlyheir refpedive homes.. Friday morning a ruinous houfe in Ball-yard, Golden-lane, fifddenly 'fell to the ground : only two wotnen lived in it, and they fortunately w$r gQhe't.6:-matket when the accident happened. Ori Monday one Green was committed to "iTewgate, being charged op oath befpre a jltrate? ofc fufptcioitof robbing William. "Hone on the highway, 'of 30 s, and a pair of "fitver buckles. K' of all the Eveni Papers cfJafi Tuefday. Letters'from Warfaw-'mention, that his Polifh^ Majefty intends this fummer. to incorporate by chaner the fcveral bodies of mechanics in that city, who are to enjoy particular privileges, and be formed into companies fomewhat in tlic nature of tbofe at'London find Hambiirgh. An alteration iiv the duties tin wines im}x>rtetl gciom, it is'faid, will foon ?hmmtb*Ftb.n. Arrived the Graj)d Duke, ashi's-waiit- has a clerk, and-tnany articles place. j y ' -tt . _ ,� - . h ft apparatus.^Qnere, Is not a ptx�per 1 Tr fubjSft for thfe Police ? On Saturday laft was married the Rev. Mr. Smith; Of Illington, toMifs WiMbifc m^.^, ^w.> M_-Rochfprt forgot- 1 daughter of Mr. WilTon, Merchant, at tpnitorgh'/Jin^ -->, f�oro the IStfaitsfor r'Miltiank, W'eltralnfter, *ian): and,Two^Brothers, from JLaft'week died, in the 100th yeir of his 1 r\ 1 /^t* Bre\yer> fronq ktyuioi] for B*rbadoes ; i^rovi- Came down the Padifick linli^r-aiid'renjaiiis, with the three- Eaft-. lii^ameii iJper laH, and- the EaitItKli*iyatch. r' Arrived UnVfiiled for the river the LdWiird and Tfr-fnd W. S. W. a?e rencefter. Wooiftapl My further declare^ that-it is my determined Refolution to cojitinue living in the fame frugal Manner .till the Jait Shilling is dtf-.char^ed ; and in cafe any Turn of Fortune fhould happen to me, my whole juft Debts fhall bedifcharged ib much thefioner; as I am determined co perfevere in preferving the Character of an honeit Man." He hereby gives Notice, That having had a ^Legacy left him, of fop I. per Annum,' during his natural Life, with undoubted Security for paying it Quarterly ; the fame \\ ill l>e put up to public Auction, at Twelve oVlock at tioon precifely, 011 Thurfilay the 7th of- JMaich, at GarrawayVCofree houfrin Exchatig^AU^r. Enquire for further Kitticul.irs of Mr. Soto* moh Da CoiU,.at ilis Office>in . from, Barcelona ; ^A�bve, Hkkvfom Alicaht; \&b&*, Rich-; j DflJfeence^ hoxty from a chair taken care of. Monday evening a woman decently dref- fed in mourning, wasobferved to .^aJk for oind's James's-park, and though by thd ceniinel, Ihe took an from Maryb opportunity to thrpw heiftlf in : afailorat It'nat i'aftanc coAttig by, jumped in-and brought her out alive, but fee expired iiv-a /ewmjauitt. 5*�*v�3 cfctfkd 'tit tbcoha- tathe dock-yard here, hi order to pay the-dock- men. lial'f a year's p^y. cc The fame d^y an experiment was tried by getring the Ler.ox mall of y wlueh means they imagine to get a man 01 \vy ar ,J-.cippe (which f^me time ^go Wdjs ihere launched ai.ul fliiciTail on the m\id) flouted off." � &xtra&of A^ettetPan/, dat*dF*b. iy. ^: Sams genthrr.en who are very - expert in patted in n,e 3d If.-ar of th R i .n of iiis prefm Mahily>for Miuu.amns�, Regulating, and f in-ploying the Poor of tins Pariih, do, in Ptuiu-auce of the faid Ait, %ive ihis put�iic Nori lhat, on Tb.urfJay, the 21ft of March, at h)e-ven o'clock 111 ti.e Forenoon, rhey intend to fdJ, in the Veftry Room belonging to this Pa-riih, to the licit Hh\Oi. per Annum, or thereabouts, where the prefenr Iivjumbent is very old ; or an immediate iVcfen* tation, ifa ^ood Houfe upon it the better. Whoever h**s fuch a one to difpofe of, and will fend the {^ititulars to Mr. Jackfon, ar liis Chaml^ers iii i.iucolnVInn-Sqiure, lluii have an immediate Anfwer._ T~be SOLD, AFreehold Eftare at Harlington in the County of Bedford, called the (i k a n c e ; canirftiug of a Mefluige or Majifion Hriufe, wirh proper Conveniences, and feverty-five Acres of fine Paftiire Ground. The Whole lies very compadl together, is fufficiejirly ft'ocked with Timber, and remarkably well watered. Harlmgron Grange is tlurty-iix Miles from London, iix from Luton, fix from Woburn, rive from Amprhill, and three from Tedding* ton, all Market Town?. For Particulars enquire of Mr. Lucas, No, 6. Pump-Cotnt, Middle Temple; or of Mr. Red-dali, at Eveiihorc, near Woburn, Bedfordfhire. Four Thoufaud Pounds, or Part of it, is ready ro be lent on real Security.' Enquire of Mr. Lucas._ WILLIAM PAICE, lateoi Bafing-itoke, in Hants, Farmer and Chapman, having alligmd over his whole Eirate and tf-f dls to Mr. William Aftvvootl and Mr. Tiiomas Wiltlhiro, of the ijn.e Place, iu Trult for them-fd\es and fuch otner of his Crtduors as a]ready have and iliall accept the fame in %Lti&Adion of their ref^dtive D-m,uuls; all Perfons who have 'M\y lA-mand on (he laid William Paice, and ha\ e not already delivered in the fame, and are \\ illin.^ 10 accept a di'tnbuttve Part of the faid EriedSj are dir.ands ro Mr. RulTeli, Alton ey at law, in Hafingitok^, and eiecure :tie Trult Deeds Jiovv in his hands; and ail ier ons who are: any ways indeU-ed to die Hfiate of thefaid Willi an PaiL>.% a:e required forthwith to pay the fame to the laid^Mr. A? r\\t*�\ or Mr. Rul^ Irll, a they v. lh'be fu.d u icli6uifurther*!Nctier� .1 ;