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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 9, 1765, London, Middlesex                                it The renin Numb. 5829 From SATURDAY Ma^i 9, to TUESDAY March 12, 1765. [Price Two-pence fftjjf-penny Ga.2etts� De Piatfco return few for if mi longer 10 fS&^hii of anv kind. rt Luckyn, Efq; formerly an eminent 0c&Merchant in Tower-ilreer. from days fier. and is this ed a ago lin, day .gone to Anf. pach. Laft night died the . new torn Son of the. Prince of Tour and Taxis. BANKRUPTS required Hfutremie*. m^cl WiJfoii, of Glare flreer, Cfare-toarkct. Middlefex, Haterda&er, at Guildhall, Lon 69 Afril 4, ao. late trf" St. Scot's, w don, Marcn so, icbard Robins, I county of Hnnringdoii, Grocer, at thcHf Bear in Cambridge, April,     4, Mordeca ev. Dr. Squires, Bi-preached before ihe Royal'; after which . but his Sundays he (hop ofr^v Quteo at tlteCh^l taeie was a gftcfc^drawi Majefty was nSfc^Court. Letters fi'6'ns florence of the ijth of February fa/f\ti&Mr. Wilkes fei our from thence on the ptijkfof Rome, front* whence he was to go so'Styles; but that he pro* pofed to return again towards the later end of the rummer T4, Florence, in order to He has j�any yea^. ,1 kind of reclufe life, vl$fi nib t'oirj.-c aniongft his relations, and a We are informed, that in a pafilh not far from the Royal Exchange,' live ar this very time a married couple, tvhofe age together wirh that of a boy, of which the wife w*s fome time fince brought to-bed, does not a- vyry con!id Vfe&ere'hc lo *t>nS�, * 1 r Lie J. legacy to hi* landlady Letter years Wffcet. Uf-iu y ^__________   ,     M*f�V*iky, "flreer, London, Broker, at CmiMhall, March n, i5, April ao. Dividends to he m*i$ H Q**&#*. April 20.  William Hankim, �f Northampton, Shopkeeper, * Grititallb London.  ' George TWajft*, �f B**^ , London, Metetunc, ar QdUd* paj> the autumn inthat ciiy. 'To obviate all rofiouaiions to thecon-&a*jr, the public ma*he pofuively affuied* tbl& the Chamberlai* ,of London has de* ^ dared* that he will ixor, upon any conft-deration, accept of fsy.'.rernillion of evett of om of his deb focal, or other creditor^ fituatkm placing him *fca ihch meannels ; fothgt a tors April Cheajfide haU. March 30.  Henry He&etb, late of the ?anft ft-dealer, a Peter vi&aJler and London. e of MwMaae, April ix. Loudto, Merchant, ax QuiidhaJL. March 30.  Thomas Fell the jwuuger, late T the p^rKh of St. element* Dai**, Middlesex, TayJor, at (Suildtott, fcondoti. April 11. John Harper, hi* of fc.dttfl�r, M ihe county of y�rk, MaMfcr, at the iwifc ia Lendafl.ftre�, ill York. April a. JLiiboi Howard Lewis Arnold Majendie^ late of bucnoiv of Lmdoo, Metcfcaot, ac GuildhaU. 36.  Alexander tairb, of WeJ^coart, April Queen-ftreet ' lull. Mercbailr, at Guild April 14. Richwd V�vm, ol Leaeha^am, in the narifli of �r. >l*d�ew, HaWn, MiddWnt. don. C e rt 111 cat is ## b* *lkm*i. March 30.  Babm ta^* �htf|dfc of St. Giles in the fields, ttttOeftx, &*> ccr. Ifaac Hami% late of VMefter^Amr, London, Broker; Etim ftutdji^ late of Bumham Market, in rbe ce^Wv^Norfelk, Lianen-draper, Mercer awielbei^ircyer. Edwaid Hayo, of tl&tky of Coventry^ W�re- houfctn^ft* Villiam UiU� OTLfitfit Wal&fehatn, in the county ^Ktoftlky ^at^lvWkJter. Tery, M tfec ^JT of Co��tty, Dyer. John Coram, of i&eciiy of BwftfcJ, Jronmon- ger- Jo>n Fajnes, d[ the dry of Bfiflo^ Haber* daflaer of HhO, andjbevwr. Sat&day arrived a Afail ftom an S&tday ant jfhm HeXkm&> T.HIS ttmrt and that of Warfaw having agreed to have the limit* of their re* tyfe&ve dominions finally regulated, the Empjefc has appointed Lieatrtant General de W^yioartv, Chief OmmSvy for thia bulinefs, tod the Miniftry is preparing his inttruftions.  This commtffion will proba-^ bly fubtfilalong time, aathe enquiries that n'ill come befwe it will be very complicated. *Sir<5eorge Macartney, the new Miniftw from the King of Great Britain; feems to find our climate too fevere for him, having Men very ofteij ill fince hia arrival. ^ Btrlin, Fll, at Everfrjott, near Woburn, fsedfor^birc Four Thonfand Pounds, or fttrt of it, i�v ready ro be lent Oil real Security. Enquire of Mr. Lncas. _.    _ In Two Days, Hung on Steel S;*nn^sv and to carry only Tout Ini ide Paflengers ; Bp GAN to fet ont frofia the Saracen's-Head Inn in Friday-Street, London, and from Taunton on Monday the ayrh of Fdrfii- ary laft, at Three o'Cfock in the Morning: zn& will con tin ae tale^bht every Monctay4 wed-ne�ky, znd' Friday it the lame Hours j lies ac the Antelope in Salisbury, going up and coming down. .   �  ^ ' 'QUifideTaflepgers, and Children m the Lap. to"pay Halfjfare.  Each Paflenger toCe alloweo 14 Jb. Weight ot Luggage, for ajl abov^to piv Two-pejice r?r Pound from Tabiiton^datt* other Parcpfthe Road ir> Prouprtion. OSe of rhe Fare V* be paid awaking the Place, Ae other Hilf at OTterirf^heMachine^The Pmpriet(fi\4^Sagdeterrhhied to fparphcfErpefice to make this Machine.as g^iteel and as^explsdiri- ftus asanyin EngJand1 will dke parrjeukr Care thsu no tuxneceilary Stops on thff Road lhaJl prevent the Machines from being at'their Inns ver� ry earli' in the Evening. They will call at the Black Hear and Whtre Horfc Cellar Lu? at going hi and coming out. Great Gut Will be taken to have the Parcels, dSc delivered iboxi as they arrive at the, Inn* P�rfo:medbv 4     ^   

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