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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 7, 1765, London, Middlesex                                1 -  -   1 Ntimb. c2 From  THURSDAY March 7, to SATURDAY March 9 7^ [Price Two-pence Halfpenny To the PRINTER. S I R, 0 U can hardly * have forgot an illuftrioui  body of brave men,the honour and defence of this na-' tioh, while it is girt by the fea, eeting about 2 years ago at the Cardigan tavern addition to their wreiched pittances of j6J.' per annu Yo|i muft unrJerftand me, Sir, I mean ihe Lieutenants of .the Navy, who are and were the aclive machines in conducing our Navy: a fet of men tickled with the feather of rank,, without a fum to purchafe How cruel is it, were upwards of 100 barrels of gunpowder, which greasy'terrified the people that afiift- ed, andalfthat knew it; but through Providence it was taken ouf and removed. Thoufands mull have perifhed had the flames reached it." Thurfday a difpenfation pa fled* the leal to empower the Rev. Jofeph Dafield, M. A. late Fellow of" Trinity college, Cambridge, Chaplain to the Right Hon, James, Baron of Belhaven, to hold the re&ory of Alls-ford, in the county of EflTex and diocefe of London, to which he was lately prefented \ and alfo the fcvery fcheme which would leflen the fcon-fumption of wheat muft in part relieve the poor. Many rhoufand quarters of that grain are now ufed by the Siaich-makers, which might all be faved would the kgifla-ture reverfe the law for making that commodity, and oblige the makers to ufe potatoes, which will make as good ftarch in e-very refped, and mjch cheaper. Ufing poatoes is now prohibited, which wasdooe for the benefit of the land-owners : ic would anfwef their end as u ell to have the root as the feed ; for it is a more certain, crop than m This week fiVeral liar and felt-makers, u-hd had Jaft fummer embarked for Portugal in hojvs of employment, arrived in town from Lifbon. The beaver manufactures of that kingdom, which are as yet but in a flare rrf infancy, nor being fufficicnc ro employ half rhe number of thofe who went over. The Jaws relating ro the amendment and pre-lervation of the pu;Jic highways and turnpike-roads in England, vve are allured, wiil be ilritfly and effeftuajjy put into execution this fcfliou of Parliament. redory of' Chelfworrh,  in the I anygiain, and biings land into the beft or-county of Suffolk and diocefe cf Norwich,   der for f^veral crops of corn.] worth near 25 z 1. per annum. The fame day a difpenfation palled die feal for the Rev. Charles Gretton, M. A. of Trinity college, Cambiidge, Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl of Leven, to hold Tuefday evening a gentlewoman, aged 7}, mother of an eminent Ship Chandler in in the reign of clean fpathers to lie on. when we recoiled that the pay of thefe eentlemea was . Queen Elizabeth, when 56J. eftate : fince which nothing has been added to it but the-rank of Captain, iho' eight-pence a day lefs thai* a Lieutenant in the Army. How mlift: thefe men Feel (if they feel at all>whet* they recoiled they were addreffed by this Mnoisik^ ^arwn^ tody,/ When .their anfwer was, " The finances bf the kingdom, and the prefent fytiem, of ceco-stain y w,o\jld not permit ic j but at the meeting of another Parliament they fhould have redrcfe." Saiisfi^d, or at leall obliged to be fo, ,they dropped their fuit, depending i>n the clemency of the Great, who, from the redtory of Springfield, in the county of J appearin ment at her foil's houfe; the Coronei'sin queft brought in their verdift lunacy,  it To the Gentlemen, Clergy a*J f-'reeijoUe.-s of rhe County of Pembroke. Gentlemen, HE 7r*nt Encouragement I have been .    -        , .penence in t Application for your Favcr, and the Honour 1 bai'g Effex and diocefe of London ; and alfo the redory of'Wickham, to which he hath been lately prefented, in the fame county and diocefe, worth 2zol. per annum. Samuel Kathems, Efq, is appointed a Captain-Lieutenant in the 29th regiment of w - -r preferred. Efq "IV.MC1  ui au eminent omp v^nanuier in r f *----- �s�//�-//  toput tke lawsftridly mcxecuuoa r Thurfday, at an aflembly of theGover-' nors of the Chafter-houfe, Dr.* Greive -was eleded Phyfician to that hofpital, in the room of the late Dr. Hadley. An auguft affembly have prefented an ad- J of Ccvcn;ry,  of that ac'iive Magi!! rate's I ft Tmr r>h-ft oblige A And humble Servant, _ Richard Pkilifps. Meetings by Mjournmeni of the Truf tees tcr 'Repairing the F.afttrn .DiftrsS of the Turnpike Roady leadir.z  iran the Pywdtr- having commuted the noted Dick  S iti,  i of Bcjhot in the Parifo "of Mndlejbam in the fo reiur:-ine fiom tiaufcorraiion before    m. C?um)     ^r7>        be h^ w Tuefday next,            ~    - W the nth Inflant^ at Ten o'clock in the borencon* behalf . pitted, for there is a Lord who fighs over tbem by the hour, but only fighs. When the objeftion of >yant of money, and ceconomy* was made, I took an account the fubfequent year of peqfions fettled on different heads; which amounted 10 exph-ati' n of the .erm f .1 which he wi:! tranfpor ed, being convi(Sea no longer ago thatf Anrilfe^-.n  liiL vvhett h� rereived againlt the drivers of cattle,1 as the fureit means to prevent foreftalling and monopo- J fentence of transforation for 14 yeais. ,ooo lizing. The Society of the Free Britifli Fifhery have prefented a petition to an auguft alfem- bly, requefting their further aid and afliit- ance for carrying that laudable undertaking iato execution. } would ha^/e only I mean, through have jnade 16,425 L a year ^ your paper, Sir,   to have  thefe trtiths iianded, truths which it can Convey, where I tan^r appear. 1 'hope this letter will revive' the-fpirit of the benevolent to com-pleteVhacihe late Sir John Philipps loft be-xween his chariot and the Senate Houfe. Main-top, March r, 176$. Thurfday the Bank of England agreed to lend the Government i 5oo,oco ]. at three    h,ad tQ �ake a ^ of ^   he      M the Articled of Intelligence, &c. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Thurfday. ExtraSl of a letter fom the Hague, March i. " A Jew having trepanned inro this country-two Americans, uncle and nephew, of a nation bordering on Pennfylvfcnia, took it into his ! I*am> Sir, your's. Sec. Jack Hatchwa^ L -O  N  DO  N * ' Thurfday "there -was a grand drawing-room at St. James's for her Majeltyy his Maiefty totheing there. percent, by way of anhuiiy, lottery, and tontine or furvivorfhip. The poffeffors of the Navy bills are to have the preference bf fubferibing their bills in firft. We are affuted that 70,000!. is the fum agreed to be given tq. the Duke of Athol for giving up his charter for the Iile of Man, and that the proprietors of lands are to enjoy their rights and privilege as Lords of Manor. On Monday laft came on at Stafford the eleftion for a Member of Parliament in the W J haVin/ accepted of being Prefident of the    Crewe, of Crewe, in the county of Chefter, Wednefd m Hon; the "Marquis of Granby accepted the office of Vice. Prefident, which-mult be Repiefentative ; The votes were, fervke Mr. Crewe, Capt. Clietwynd, 177 144 lity Letters froai Hamburgh, of the 26th paft, :inehiion,Hh^t ajgr^at ditfu*bance happened there lately,-when fotneSugap-Kefinefs-oien ' plundered the Danifii recruiting houf-, be-* .caufe theofficeis^efufed to discharge one of their .-fellow"Workmen who 'haU inliiled. Sfeveral lives were loft in the fray.   - ^ They -wfite from Mjrable in Dajuphlne in France d� the id paft, that an amient* woman,' darned Lduifa Villiet, died there lately, at the age "'of 105 years. Her'hufband difed in rhe month of Auguft laft, aged 84 years. They/Avere both of tire Pfoteftant religion ' \j 11 j 11ft before they died, when they embrav ' ' ced the'faith of the church of Rome. Letters from Paris of the 2idpaft, naen- Maj 3? On Wednefday laft the tryal of Lord Byron was agreed to be in Weftminfter-hall on Tuefday the itfth-of Apjil; and on Thurfday wthe ground was meafured out by.the Surveyor of the Board bf,Works for that purpofe.       / v On Weidnefday John Barton, Efq^ a Co'tnmander in the Navy, was married to JVUfs .JPenelope Bevois, daughter of Capt. Jeremiah Bevois, of M nephew here, and placed the uncle at Amsterdam j_ but-two perfonsof the firft rank in this country, fired with indignation at feeing two foreigners kept for public fhew, who were born free, tho* favag^s, cauTed them to be fet at liberty y and Sir Jofeph Yorke^the Britiih Embaf fador, provided them with rfeceffaries for a paf-frtge ro LoiidoJi, from whence they will be reconducted to their own country.   Before their departure,   they were introduced to a ball, \vl ere3 on requeft, they fee up the war-whoop ufed among their own people.   As they could fpeak a litrle Engliih,' we had the curiofity to know what they thought of the Kuropean ladies, and they frankly declared,, that they gave rhe preference to the women of their own country Letters from Rome mention a pro;efl, according to which the Knights of Malta are to be charged with the protection of Chriitian fhips in the Mediterranean, again ft the Barbary Corfair95 by meaJis of a fubfidy which will be granted to that Order by all the Chriftian Powers who po'flefs any dominions and traffic in that fea. Letters from Madrid mention, that a large number of land forces are arrived at Cadiz, to be embark'ed on board a fleet equipping but in thai port. They wrjte from Quebec, that as loon as the ice breaks up in the river Sr. Lawrence, four at tbeBujh Inn at Staites. _I JOSEPH CARTONY and Sox, Dealers in Tea, Coifeeai.d Chocolate, HO P � to be honoured with the Com-n ands of their Friends and Coitom rs, ac the King's Arms and'Golden Bottle, oppoiite to S merfet Houfe in the Strand. The Houfe in Long-a ere having received great Damage by the late Fire, \\ ill prevent i heir carrying on Bulinefsin it until repaired. WANTED, TH E next Presentation of a Living in the County of Hants, from 200 to 3761. per Annum, or thereabouts, where the prefent Incumbent is \ ery old ; or an inunedi ite Prefen-tatioi^ if a good Hcufe i-po,, it the better. Wl o^yer tias fuch a one to difpofe of, ai fl will fer.d the Pauiculars to Mr. jaLJcfon, ac his Chambers in LincoInVInn-Sqture, ihall have an immediate Anfwer. To be SOL D, the I Same'day was* married at Alchorp, in the fubjefl to the culiomary duty as in ail parts of England, and under rhe 'fame regularicns and reflri^ious, for which purpofe an Kxcife-office and Cuflom houf6 will be immediately eftablilhed, AVc hear fome Engliih fhips of war, and two bomb.tenders, will fpeedily fail for Liibon, to afiift. the Portugueze-in u very .importwc cxpe- � County of R-dford, called the Grange; coni:lliM!4 of a MciTria^c c�r Maniion Houf^, with proper Coijveniencie*, and feX'enty-five Acres of rine Pal lure Ground.   The Wimle lie? very compact togetlier, is fufnetently Itocked with Timber, and remarkably well watered. Harlnigroii Grange is thirty-fix #!ile$ from Lojidon, lix from Luton, iix from Urobuni, rive from AmpthiJJ, and three from Ttdding- ton, all Market Town*. For Particulars ejiqaue of Mr. Lucas, No. 6. Pump-Coun, Middie Temple;'or of "Mr. Rei dall, ac Everflioit, near Woburn, Bedfordfhire. Four Thoufand Pounds, or Part of it, it ready to l>e lent on real Security.   Enquire of Mr. Lucas. wake fie l d s a le ' dTyT^ For Fdt and Lean Cattle, Slieep,- Sic. HE commodious Situation oi this Towiv, for, all Parries concerned, has dc. termined the Dealers to hold a Meeting at U'ake-field, on Wednefday every Fortnight throughout, the Year, for the Sale of Fat and Leari CaftJf, Sheep, &c. the firft to be opened'em the 17th of March In ft. ax Seven o'clock in the Morning. And the Inhabitants of Wakefield, to ejicounge the Undertaking, have "provided a fpactous, airy, and tiry Pi^ce of Ground, in Wakefceld Ings, which will be properly Pennedj and /aul out for the Purpofe.* TAUNTON Flying Machines, In Two Tays, Hung on Steel Springs, and to carry only Four Inhde Paffengers 5 E CAN to.fet out from the Saracen's , Head Inn in Friday Streer, London, and from Taunton on Monday the i?th of Pebnn ary laft, at Three o'Clock in the Morning ; and will continue to fet out every Monday, Wednefday, and Friday at the fame Hours; lies ac the Antelope in Salifbury, going up and coming down. Outfide Paffengers, and Children in the Lap-to pay Half fare. Each Pairenger to be allowed 14 ib. Weight of Luggage, for all above to pay Two-pence per Pound from T.iiuuon, and any other Part of the Road in Proportion. One, Half of the Fare to be paid at taking, rhe Plac*, and the other Hair at entering the Machine,-The Proprietors being determined to fpareno Expence to make thi: Machine as genteel and as ex]?editi-ous as any in England, wiJl take particular Care that no unnecelTary Stops on the Road ihall pr*| vent the Machines from being at their Inns ve  at going in an.I coreirig our- Gnsac Caji ivili be taken to have the Parcels, &tc delivered out as.foon a� they'arrive at thf IrjrL    1  Perfofmed by \  *** John WAitmash, and r   

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