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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 2, 1765, London, Middlesex                                ft  4 Numb. 5^2-6 From  SATURDAY MarcS 5, to TUESDAY Marcs [Price Two-*pence Half-penny From the LondOk Gazettk* �ienna  -Feb. 13. D'frfal, the Dutch Embafladortcrthe Ottoman Porte, is arrived here hi in his way to Conftantfncple. LijboTt) Feb. I J. The T hames, Capt. Elliot, arrived here fome r time ago  from GjbrsSksr% and returns thither in a few days ; and the Flambdrough, Capr. Reynolds, arrived from thence on Saturday, and will proceed for England next wtek. Dublin, Feb. ij.. Letters patfent have en pafled undgr the Great Sea) of this ngdom, appoioiing the Right Hon. John 3rd Baron Bowes, bis Majefty's Chancel-r of'Ireland, and the Kight Hon. Joho flsnfonby. Speaker of the Houfe of Commons, to be Lords Jujjkices of this kingdom, during the abfence of the Lord Lieutenant, with power to each of them to a& in the abfence of -the other j and yefterday their Excellencies were fwoTn in Council accord* a boy looking out of. a window, crying out for help, and tW jb^fe on fire. f Upon which they b^ihifflt^urap our, and Oaey would .catch h^; which he did, tat was burn t fo much that it is thought he cannot he is an apprentice to one Thomas Mr Mofely im perfons in the honfe* and hat there were three more robed;'viz. Mr, Bank's two Mr. Chi this Angular circumftance, and a& no precedent could be found for giving a calling vote upon any former oceafion of this fort, no choice could poifibly be made. This dilemma, however, produced an uncommon itfflance of generufity, greatly to the honour of .the Society, and much 10 the fa- tisfaftion of two worthy candidates : for it fons, and his apprentice, they then went 10   was agreed to compromise the aifair,  by the other fide of the,houfe to fee if they    making choice of Mr. Garden for Reader,, could gpt in there, but the fiie was epi 10    and Mr. Chaifield for Afternoon Preache every part of ir, fo ihat they could tiot enter, and in a fhort time it was burnt 1 M the and every thing in it. Banks's two funs, viz. John old, and Robert, near four, with John Wainwrighr, turned of twelve, apprentice to Mr. Banks, were entirely burnt to afhes j alf6 a hoife ftanding in the ftable, all the houfhold goods, and fevera L loads of flour and wheat were confumed; There was found among the rubbifh part of a fcull, and fome oart of the horfe'a lees.-This boy fuppofed bed ingly. B A N K  R U  P T S. rJey, late of Wolverhampton in 7 of Stafford. Mercer and Grocer the fiirrendejr the 18th and 19th inft. and 13th of April, at twelve at noou� at the Old Hell erhasnpto: Middlesex RupcrNflreet, Good render the 9th and 33d inth and 13th of A-prii, at four in tbe afternoon, ac Guildhall. Thomas Binns. of Sunderland, in the county and his wife being gone on fome private affairs of their own when this melancholy affair happened. NwucaJIh, March 2. Laft week died, at Bath, Ralph Sowetby, �fq; one of the Aldermen of this corporation. On Monday the i8ih pall, a cod fifh was fold at Blyth by one of the filbermen, to Mr. Harbottle of Bedlington ; in the belly of which there was found a gold ring, which 'tis thought had lain thsre for a con-fiderabte time, as the .inferiprion was defaced or eaten off. tho1 the fcroll of the Palatine of* Durham 3 Uphollierer, Cabinet-   ground appeared plain to denote it a mourn- ______ f _       and Chapman, to ftrrender the xith auc^iyshinft, and 13th of April, at four ia.the afternoon, at QiuldliaU. DiVXfitESOS to be made to Creditors* Eleanor^Jcock,, vyjdow, and .Anne.'Stilly ibin-fler," both of the Devizes, Wilts, Shopkeepers, Dealers and Chapwon&i and Parr-ners, the 3d of Ajnrxl* at tea in the forenoon, af t^*Wbite Swan^ cevizev Jofepk Gwthantv of CaTi^bv-flreet in thepa- � Linnoi tbapor,thi.^ttt wr>at elcvfth in the ibreHoon, ax OwSra3l� Alexander /mieb, formerly of CHd Aberdeen, NpnU-Britaii," and late of felpffcm's Inn; Loinlon^ Merchant, thfc i6th of April, at four in the afternoon, at  elly wkh a razor, about the depth- of thr�e inches ; theinteftims arid bfei^feri: both wounded, and a large incifioo through the uterus. .child, which was taken from her by an eatiiieflt iurgeon, but died mftamly; the-WOffitnr faoguifted ^lit Wednefiiay afterW5^n,. atid then expir&k And oh Thurfcjay the .Coroner's inqueit far upon the body, andbrotightin their verdift Lunacy. \ Robe LONDON Sunday the Bi(hop*of Gl�ucefter preached before her Majefty at the Chapel Royal; penter, Dealer and Chapman, on or before   after which therejwas a great drawing-room, rhe 13d inflant. chard Gljeefe,'fafc of the Jparifli of Leigh in the counry of AVorcefler, Cyder Merchant on or before the 03d inftaut. iel Sangtr, ldte or the eity of New Sarnm. Wilts, Chandler, 'Grocer, Common Brewer Deakr and Chapman, on or'before the 231 inflant. ecfgeUolroydjofthe parilh ofChrift Church in Surry, 'Dyer, Deafer and Chapman, on 0 before the 3d Infbmt. but. his Majefty was not at Court. Od Friday evening the Lady of the Right Hon. the Earl of' Waldegrave was fafely delivered 6f a daughter, at his houfe in Sa- and at the fame time to enlarge the falary, fo as to make each refpedive appointment nearly equal in value to the income which Mr, Noble enjoyed, when they were joined together, whicn was near.8,1. pera*mum. Ir was alfo appxjinted- char the Preacher, (hould perform the whole afternoon fcrvice, byway of giving opportunity io the Reaier to accept of a Ledlmelhip, whenever preferment- of that fort Ihould be offered .10 him. Laft week was manied James Plowden, Efq; of Hantsrio Mifs SalJy Hanis. daughter of Mr. John Hanis, an eminent Quaker, of Backhurft, in ihe fame county-.-* Friday night died Mr. Maddox, an eminent Writing-Mailer, at his houfe in Brook-llreet, Holborn. On-Saturday evening died, at her houfe in Albemarle-ltreer, the Hon. Lady Ifa^ella Poulect, (ifter to the Hon. Earl PouSetr, On Saturday died-Mr, Robinfon, who kept the Bagnio in Bow-ltreet, Covent- Garden." Sunday morning died, at Mr, Bromfield's in Lombard-ftreet, Mr. Tpok^, formerly a Merchant of this city. Wednefday about nooa Mr. Thorogocd3 a Brewer a,nd Maitfer, of Baldock in Hert-fordfliire, was robbed on the road iq Roy lion, by a high,"aymaa ^dii mounted oa a jiark-" greygeJding, of about 405. in money, after which he demancSjdhis pocket-book, which for near* ten minutes he deliberately looked over, and noi finding either draught or bills, deli vered it- again. to Mr. .Thorogood,^.and at the fame time told hhhj his neeefljiiea were' fo great that fie ih'ufb have a much larger lUiri b^oie' plg'ht. And pbout five o'ci^k ia ttie-afterftora, the iame'hi^hw&y-man ttoppedMr. Jobfon, of ftutccin, tvear Melborn^hill, when finding-he-had nothing but a few hdRpence, the highwayman gave him a fixpence to drink "hii health, b\u . charged him not to mention his b$i4g ft^P" ped. ... On Friday night near- twelve-o'clock, as John Thomas, Carpenter, feryant to Mr. ' t'DonoweU of the Hay Mailfet,_St; James's, was returning hdme ftom the. Welch feaft, four fcIJtJ ville-row. Peterftt acccAints in the^oreign Grand Duke of Ruflia being in a bad itate box near Weft and of health j that Prince has pot beep indiT-   by the Grand J aft^r knocking him down, and other wife . bruiting him much about the head and body, robbed him of his watch, money, and bat, and then made off undifeovered. Friday a'bril of indi&ment was found pofed CO -U R Y   NEWS. 'Tis imagined fomething very extraordi- :r ox great nil the life agitation D'Eon. Huntingdony Feb. a8. La ft Sa t urda y morning Mr. Gox, of Great Catworth, was robbed of eight* guineas, near Creamer's Hutt, by one'Green, of Sutton in thelfle of Ely, who was immediately puriued by Mr. Ireland of Graffham, and he being ax* On Saturday the fefliens ended at the tte of nine weeks, was ordered by Admiral Tyrrel to be immediately yiftualied for two months, and make all neceffary preparation for failing; which was no fooner aCcom-plilhedthan the Captain received his inftruc-lions, and was obliged to fafl half, an hour palTage'l Old Baily, when 17 pri/oners were tried, himfclf jto&is fome Kim bp Heath bourhood, not thinking it prudent to exp^fe | after -he received them; and fo tenacious W2fs the Admiral, leit h& fhould acquaint any one of the place he was bound to, that he hhhfelf waited to fee theveffel fafe out, and which veffel arrived here in five weeks from thefaid place ; and on Friday laft the Captain waited on the Secretary of the Ad-u<y, who he being informed was in the Houfe of Commons, accordingly went there, and" fent for him out, to deliver to Afterwards he waited on al rubor irre: aj came near Blunlifbara Wood) when r<� the puardof hisoiftbh which ebrt knocked one of whom was capitally convi&ed,' viz, John Cook, for forging a receipt in the name of James Montgomery, by wfiiclj means he received wagesdue to John Montgomery for fervices done on board his Ma-jelty1* fliip America, with intent to defraud the-proper claimants, &c. Twelve were caft for tranfportation, and four acquitted. At this feffion five received fentenceof death *, %6 to be tranfported for feven years, fix branded, and one whipped. The next feflions begin at Guildhall on Monday the 1 sih of April, and at the Old Wednefday but but being an obftmate refol.ute fellow, he j him his packet. fought fame time afifer, and received leverar dan^ftfts wounds, partfculaVjy one on his head with an old hanger, before they could take him. The news of his being taken foon reached us, and, it being a market-day, he was brought like a butchered calf bleediijg'on borfeback, through great crowds of "oeotde. to the George inn, where the Secretaries of State, and deli-vered to each a packet likewife.-The purport of this Commiflion is not publicly known, as his deftiny was a fecret at Antigua to every perfon except (he Admiral, Jiis Secretary, and the Captain of the floop. cV. from M John's college, Cambr Bai Jufticjes were then fn....&J _____ wounds (which have fincelDeen found not J thecoUnty of Northampton, void .by death, ortal) were drefled, he was committed to ,aol to tajce his trial at this enfuingraffizes. �t idfaid he has a wife and sine children, and that Bailiffs were in his houfe when he committed this robbery. above Mr. We ft on county $ullctk*Smhhy On Sunday morning four o'clock, as two men were John Banks's houfe, a Baker, at StockArt, ;h*y Rutland, void by reftgnation. The week before Jaft came on the eie&ion of a Reader and Afternoon Preacher* to the Society of Gray's Inn, in the room of the Ja#'K0*.. Mr. ,NobJe.   The aumber of iktebtfs were twelve j wh&fe vtedfor Papers of iaft Thurfc Extract of a letterfnpn Cmftantinople^ Jan. j- -r 1[\ft l'?crer receprion of fhips, which every day arrive there in great numbers, ihc late Mr. Chaworthj who was killed bf Lord ByrM in a duel, made a tvill before he d'ed, in which hfc left Mifs , who lived with himj ten thouftnd pounds; and as flie is preguant by him, has becjueathed alfo to cha child. If a boy, twenty-five thoufand pounds, and if a girl, only three thoiif^jid pounds. |"HE Chamfeerlain of the City of Loo- X doa itavingmade the foUowihg white DecLuaroa 10 his Fellow Cities, iipoir hn tee Cteftion to tba>t unpoctaat ^Bce: I do hereby fiirther dedare, chat ir is my determinedi^efoJmion- to conriniie living m thtf iame frugal Manner till the JaJt Shilling ic<]ip charged ; and in cafe any Turn of Fortune fhould happen to me, my whole juft Debts ihall be difcharjied fo much die fooner ; as I am determined to }*rfevere in prefervmg the Charao*  s, TJmridays, and Fridays, irpm Twelve o'clock till Two. F Mr. Thomas Lucas, a Nativ� oi HuJigerford, Rerkflure; or Marlborough^ Viliftiire, a�d of late Yea is employed as a Writer for Attornies, be living, he may hear of fomething greatly to his Advantage, by sui irrr-mediate Application to Mr. William Winnail, an Attorney, ac Stourbridge, Worcelterlhire' WILLIAM P AICE, late of Bafc�. ftoke, in Hants, Farmer and Chapmaii� having afligned over his whole Ktfate and �f. ftfe to Mr. William Art wood and Mr. Thonaaf Wiltihire, of the fame Place, in Truit for thero-felves and ftch other of his Ctjditors as alr^Jy hav* and (hall accept the fame m Sads& . For Particulars enqr.ire of Mr. Lucas Pump-Court, Middle Temple \ or of ] dall, at �verfhort, near Wob*irn, BedfdnHhire Four Tlwnfand Pounds^ or Part of it, ready ro be laic on x�al Security.  Gijoki d Mr.   

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