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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 5, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The Numb. 5827 From  TUESDAY March to THURSDAY March 7 1765. Penzance, March 2. - . Rrived the Unity, Goodall, fr. Chef-ter; TryaJl, Culm, fr, Guernfey, and Content, Head, fr. SciJiy. Sailed the Spackman, Wclfh, for London, and Blewee, Major, for Swanfey. Falmouth y Man a. ikd the Ls$t, Kennedy, for America. Vhmoutb, March 3.   Since my laft arrived : ? Hannah, of and for this port, from North .\rolina, Prin, mafler, who, about the 20th it" Ufl month, fpoke wirh the following veflels, all well, via. ittlat. 41,^3, long. 40/41. the Horner^ John Diiucan, from North Carolioa lor London; in lal. 44, jx. long. ly, 14. the Ann, of Liverpoole, from Oporto for TortoJa ; and in lat 47, 46. long. 9. the Bull, of <31if-Roberr Edef, rcafler, for St. Kite's. from thence yefterday fe'nnight, at which time the Depiford India man, Capr. Tryon, was unmoored, and propofed failing the next dayfoi England. They write from Genoa, Feb. 4, that fome letters from Lifbon import, that the Indians commanded by Halt-Kan had taken -Goa j but this news was thought to ftand in need of confirmation. Tuefday a difpenfauon paffed the feal to empower the Rev. Jofeph Wrighr, M. A. Chaplain to the Right Hon. Mary Baronefs Dowager Rolls, to- hold the vicarage of Friiion, otherwife All-Frillon, to which he was lately prefented, in the county of Suf- fex and diocefe of Chichefter; and alfo the Owen Breiun, late of the pari cm from Geometry ProfefTor at Grefham College, in Mr forjerfey; Arabella, Bradlhaw, for Oporto; Montague, Priaulx, for Guernfey; and Three Krotbers,.Difting, for Dartmouth. Portftwittbj March 5. Arrived the Lyming-ton, Pootner, from Loudon; Codcermontb, Ridvardfon j from Norxh Carolina j and Love aud Unify, Wrigbr, and Ami and Catherine, Brown, from Dublin.* Sailed the Cardigan, JatfpeiMauehi agency, as mentioned in the papers. On Monday a writ of Certiorari for removing the trial of a noble Peer, was laid before an auguft Affembly. The-ftme day the depositions of the proceedings on the Coroner's inqueft, on in-fpe&ing the hody of the deceafed   Mr. Langar, for Dublin j and Thomas aud Ann,    (fhaworth, was laid before the fame Affem- Ferry, for Plymouth Dtal; March 5.   Remains the Eaft-India yacht'  ^indEvS. JS. bly for their.p2rulal. La ft Saturday the George- Duff, Lfq; was faieiy the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Tuefday. Tuefday in the afternoon the Earl of Bute piid a.viht to her Royal Highncfs the Princefs of Wales, at Carieton-houfe. Same day the Hon. Lady Chatham dined with her brother, Farl Temple, at his houfe in Pall-Mall, and returned in the evening to Hayes in Kent. Same day two rhonfajid pounds, three per cenr. confol. being* bk\ out for a great pcrfon, occafioned the flocks to give way j and, we hear, it was owing to a report of bad news T   .     r   1    tt      1 from the Well Indies, which we hope is pre Lady of the Hon. | � * LONDON On Thurfday laft be* Royal Higbaeft the Priilcefs Amelia p?id a vifit to his Royal Hfghnefs the Duke, of Cumberland at Wiad-for Lodge, and returned in* the evening to her houle in C^vendi&-fquare. Tueftlay Sir Richard Phillips,. Bart, took the oaths and his feat for the county of Pembroke, in the room of his father de-ceas'd. who a fon anu daughter at his houft in Old Burlington* ftreer. Monday morning, Lady of Humphtey brought' to-bed of a fon acd heir, at his We are informed rhe kfl'di/patches from Sir Jofeph Yorke at rhe Hague, contain the fenti-, t   .      v,   1 ments of tfee States General with regard to at fix ocjcclc,   the | whaE affiftHnce Holland has a right to expeft Bellamy,   Efq;   was    from che friejK1fhip Mid alliance of Great Bti- fquare Great fuheney _ laft Ponfonbyj We fnaar That ^ugh. Owen, EJ^; ftbod a padidate for^be county of Pembroft has preferred a petuion again ft Sir Richard j 6f the Peace for Surry, and a Deputy Lieu Belborough -On-Sunday died aged     at his �iat near Cobham, -William Seeley, Lfq; a J Member - .....f|-y    ----V---      i u *� plaining of an undue ele&oii afid return, anQ the fame is to be taken into consideration the middle of nw month. Tlie Riglit Hon. Lord Holland is fo well recovered item his Jate indtfpofition, that his Lord&i^ii able to take an airing almoil every day, in his poft-qhaife. tenant cf that county. On Monday morning died Mr. John Hil-iiard, who for many years kept the Parr's-Head, a reputable public-houfe in Swallovv-itreet, iu which he acquired a coafideiable fortune. Monday morning Mr. Robert Eel ton* Jia aged M nance Queen They wrice from Vftooa that they had ] 6t, who had.laboured feveval years under an. althmatic diforder, was found dead in hi* bed; his death, it isr thought, was'occafioned by his being feized wi.ii a violent fit of coughing, Sunday afternoon an elderly woman was found dead under one of the arches of Fleet-market, fuppofed 10 have perifhed for want, though fhe was decently drefled. On Monday njght a Chairman endeavouring to.fave-a child from being run over by a coach in Cheapfide, was beat down by it, and the wheels of the carriage going over �im, brokeboth his legs. .. Tuefday morning, during the confufion occafioned by the tire .at Mr. Moore's, in Wood-ftreet, a (harper, well-drefTed, ob- had been given fcvef by hisPhyfician?; was in a fair way of recovery. * (otters, fiota ^arfaw advife, that there has been do money corned in Poland for near a century % (but fomebafe money made i 7�6 for hich foon fupprefled) l**e Polanders aie fupplied with tymtf>, 'ftbftaos, &c. from Konig(berg,from which the Kirtg of Pruffia receives grea* advantage : in c6nti3eration of the true regard thq King of Poland hai for his ceu^mry, his Maj      !-  -r^-A with the approbation of the Republic, to i ierving Mr  foveraber to the 31ft of December latt, the fqllowing goods were exported from thence, viz. S5>777 barrelsof rice,. 137,5241b.- of indigo, 88coib. of hemjyuSj barrels of pitch, 18,600 itaves, So6ri6$ lhingl^s, 140,559 feet of lumber, '15,60^   bufhel* of torn, 3590  ditto of peafe, &c Laft Thurfday a fmall veffel in ballaft, bound from London to Ma^ie Iiland in Lf- feK, met witha violent ftbrm off the coatt, | not being pioved to be cognizable before a tain, fhould the court of France perfift in.their prefent de/igns to eftetl a fcttlemenc�near the Dutch colony of Surinam. According to the laft advicei from Corfica, by way of Leghorn, the French- Commandant not chufing to conform to the inflations'of the Vicegerent-of rhe Republic of Genoa, who de- . manded a garrifon to be put hito Macinaggio, becaufe it was not Hipulated in the treary, they had both feut to Genoa^ in concert, a relation of the ftate of things, deiiring, at the f�me rime, to know if the Republic would confent to have rhe fortifications of the faid port of Macinaggio demolished. Private letters from Paris import, that orders have lately-been fent to Tonlcn to .equip every (hip of war in rhat harbour for fea, with the utmoft expedition. Letters from Amftertlam fay, that rhe Mer* chains there, and in Rotterdam, who have any concern iu the Dutch Ealt India Company, are in great pain for Baravia, which (Ley fcr may foon fall a facrifice to France or Spain, Ly their fecret embarkations of troops for that part of the globe. Iris faid that the Jews hive lately undergone fome very fevere profecutions from the Turks at Conltantinople, and other parts of the Turkiib dominion;. Saturday the Cherokee Indians, who have been here fome months, embarked on board a Ihip in the river, on their return home. They were lately before the Lords of Trade, to whom th?y exhibited a complaint againft fome of the Virginians, for encroaching upon their lands, and were difmifled by them with aflnrances of ample redrefs. It is reported a certain Governor will be dif- [Price Two-pence Half-penny John Warner Phipps, late of London, Merchant, Bankruptcy foffponcd. John Crabb, now or late of SwithinVlane, J ,   J Meeting, by Adjournment of the Truf* tees for Repairing the Eajlern DtftriS of the Turnpike Road, leading Jrvm the kowdtr* Mills on HounJlKu Heath' in t he County of Middle-feX) to a Place called Balingfione, near tbelfrwn of Bagfljot in the Parijv of' Windtejham in the County of Surry, will be held on Tuejdty nexty the 12th Injlant, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, at ibeBujb Inn at Stahes. _J> Turmf.r, Clerk. NEW-CROSS Turnpike. A General Meeting of the Trujlees for Repairing the Roads frormjhe Stones EnA in Kent and Bermvndfey Streets, in Souths ark, to tie Town of Dartford^ and to the Extent of the Par/jb cf Lewtjham, next Rr&mley and Beckenbam in the County of Kent, is, appointed tj be held on Saturday next, at the Green Man on Black-Htmh, by Tea in the forenoon, on fpecut Affairs.- Essex, Middlesex, and Kent. JH E CommiJJiantrs of Sewers for the Levels of Havering, Dapenham, Ripple, Barking, Eafl-Ham, Weft-Ham, 'Layton^ Wal-thjmitow, Bromley, and EaftMarfy. as lying in the laid refpeEtive Counties {and within one Com* miffion of Sewers) are defined tg be at a Sejjiont and Court of Severs, appointed to bz held on the 6tb Day of April next, by Ktne o'clock tn the Miming, at the Angel in Great llford, Ejfex, tj audit \4m0ng other BxJImf) the annual Accounts of the feveral Sene.s.Cclieci.rand Ex-penditers, aBing under the faid Comm't^n. John Hk a d r, e y, O1 Coin, at Great 11 ford, F.tfex. IF Mr. Thomas Lucas, a Native ot riungerford, Rerxflnre ; or -Marlborough^ Wiltihire, and of Jate Yeats employ 'J as a Writer for Attorni'-s, be living, he may hear ot fomething greatJy to his Advantage, by an immediate Application to Mr. William Winnall, an Attorney, at Stourbridge, Worcefterihtre; ILLIAM PAICE, late of Bajjn*- itoke, in Hants, Farmer an<|Chapman- w .. having aflign?d over his whole Effete and Ef-tedtsto Mr. William Attwood and Mr. Thomas Wiltihire. of the fame Place, in Truft for thtm-felves anu fnch other of his Creditors as alreuly have and (hall accept the fame in Saris&fticn of their refpedtive Demands; all Perfons who have any Demand on the faid WiJliam Paice, and have not already delivered in the fame, and are willing to accept a diftributive Part of the iaidEffedls, are deiired forthwith to deliv�m fuch their Demands to Mr. Ruflell, Attorney at Law, in Bafiagiioke, and execute die Truit Deeds now in hi5H*nd5J wtl all Perfons %vinx are any ways indebted to the Eftate of die faid William Paice, are requi1"^ forthwith to pay the fame to the faid Mr�actwood, or Mr. Rn;-feJJ, or they will be fnedw*thout further Notice. To be SOLD, AFreehold Eftate at Harlingtcn in the County of Bedford, called the Gka b \ coniifting of a MefThage or Maniion Ho?tfe% with proper Conveniencie^, and feventy-Kve Acres of rine Pnllure Ground. The Whole lies very com;adt togeth.er, is fuf!:ctently itocked witliTimber, and remitkably well watered. HarJingroji Grange is thirty-hx Miles froJTi1 London, Jix from Luron, iix from Wobura, five from Ampthill, and.tJiree from Tedding* ton, all Market Town?. For Particulars enquire of Mr. Lucas, Nc*. 6u Pump-Court, Middle Temple; or of Mr. Redf daii, at Everihoit, near Woburn, Redfordlhire. *** Four Tlioufand Pounds, or Part of it, is ready co be lenc on real Security^ Enquire of Mr. Lucas. _ S~* TOLEN out   Expence to make this Machine as genteel and as expeditious, as any in England, will take particular Care that no unneceiTary Stops on the Road fluJl prevent the Machines from being at their Inns very early in the livening. They wiii Call ax rhe Black Bear and White Horfe Cellar in Pkcadil* ]y5 at going hi anJ coming out. Great Care will be taken to have the Parcels, Sic, delivwed oot as foon as they arrive at the Lin. Performed by Jo us Vhit mash, and Thomas Liibv.   

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