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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 14, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5831 From  THURSDAY March 14, to SATURDAY March 16 5 I765 [Price Two-pence Half-penny To  the PRINTER. S 1 R> HE following co- veifes is about, be the py of handed faid  to production of the greareft Lady in this nation, and will'ferve (if fo) not only to convince ttscf herex-traordmary proficiency in the Englifli language, but alfo of the grearnefa of her natural genius. Your humble fervant, &c. Irirereftand profits for the half-year, ending the 5th of April next, was agreed toj rhe warrants for which are to be payable the nth of the fame month. age, Ca Efq* forae time ago one of the Searchers belonging to'his Majefty* The bafe PrufGan coin whkh was pledged Laft week died, in the woikhoufe of S . Olave, Southward one Mary Andrews, in Holland, is fucceflSvely aniving here by | aged 107.   She had been in that woikhoufe every packet boat, and by the Arafterdam and Rotterdam Hoops, to the amount of twp millions of fterltng moneys which is directly fent to be refined, and aftcrwardsto the Bank. This rauft create a confiderable circulation here. between thirty and forty years, and enjoyed an uninterrupted ftate of heahn till ui uin a few hours of her dea:h.   Sne waa bo;n inthe parifli of Sr. Andrew, Holbom. Sunday lair as Mr. Jenkinfun, an eminent near Deptrord lower road, was calling in aJJ their eopper money; ft,ch vaft quantifies of Birmingham's, and orber traflj, having been introduced, that the French, a;>d orher foreigners, have refi*fed to accept them any longer as a legal tender. By a gentLman jufl arrived in town from Bewes, Hrigiuhelmttone, &c. we hear that the fea has lately mtde great incroachmems upon that fbore, aj.d done much carnage^ particularly to the pier at the lacrer place. The wife of a poor labouring man in the Borough of Scirhwark, has lately had le If tickets are fuffered to be fold at above    walking in his giounds in the evening at    the ilm of ao,coo J. and an dtaie of 70a 1. twelve guineas before the drawing of the   du(k, he was feued by his own do*, which    P;r ;,Jlmim> by her grandfather: in coiifequrncs" TEEL inorn Soft hve hts eiitbronMin the beam of his eyes, lottery, and lharesof tickets to poor people, there's no reafon why infuring of tickets fhould be fuffered, if there was a reafon for an ad to prevent the buying of a chance of a ticket for a day. "        can" ' he did not know was loofe, who tore his �f this they have u prefenr conrenced them- leg and thigh in lb terrible a manner, that ,     m h luring a co:iCll> ��d are jmrchafins 'tis feared he mulUofe them. ,P    5 ll,,ureh�jd furniture,        in rhe neigfi- On   Monday  afternoon Mr.  Thomas bourhood> to go and live upon the, elLrc iu Wheeler, who was mar.y years porter to the Fay-office in Broad-firmer,  landed at Hi's nunly yet tender, beVfoud and yet wife,   j provided widows of fea officers who died or    Ironware from Woolu ich. and got in:o a a manner fnitabJe to their dignity They write from Cr ven ry, that S vifr, cbc Thief uk.-r, idtely uke.i for rernnujig from his M J hardihips they labour under, and praying for relief j which petition was gracioully received. opening ihedoor when lie gut there, found Mr, Wheeler quite dead. On Wednefday morning early, a Peter-boac b^jon^in^ to Mr. tdmondfon, hfher- rhit rLe {hip on board which he embarked was wrecked at fe.t5 and molt of the crew bit. ^seve,.^ LTw,u,afi,.....----f    ------------......--------,------0 , coacti, feemingly in good health, to reiu.n rrJ,:f^r[�-^"> rtih very fecure as ro his Ufc, His prefence can always drive forrou* away ; the late war, waited on her Majeity at Si. to the f'ay-otfice ; but upon the coachman's .u;r"' g>n \hzt hQt m\ rrTucc Tdcubred proof, vanity hvayslnm, no foJIy is ieen, But open his temper, and noldc his meiu. virtue illnmih'd his actions appear, Hispaflions are calm, and his reafon is clear j Ah afeble fwectnefs attends on his fpeech, rillinc A confiderable wager is depending be- pan, in coming to Billingfgate, was ovcile; tween two noblemen, upon which of the    in Woohvicn iejch, whereby an apprentice, .       . , -       , T,, ,.     performers at the Opera-houfe in the Hay-   aged 19, wa, unfortunately drowned, He has promise! to Jove me-ms vvora 111 uc-    m rket ��u have ihe Eteaieft benefit: and       On Wednthv ,nmi lieve, For his heart is too honefi to let him deceive ; market, wiU have the great eft benefit: and it is faid, that one of the noblemen/has On Wednefay morning the back part of the houfe of Mr. idwin,  Pipe-maker in blame drawn taken 500 tickets in favour of a celebrated | Horileydown, wa>, by the violence of the Singer, whofe benefit coin,es on the latter endof this month. PORT    NEWS. Southampton, March 14. Arrived the Su* iey, Chevalier, fiom Jerfey; and John and Anne, Evans, from London. Sailed the Harwich, Mackenzie, for Lruidon. Cvwes, March '13. Came in tie Elizabeth, Mallard, from South Carolina for this port; and the Friend, Cowling) from London for Senegal.      -Portfmouth, March 14.   At Spithead the Phoenix, Niger, Boreas, Juno, and Flambo-rough men of war. The two Eaftrlndiamen, with the other outward-bound fbips, remain at Motherhanlu Dtaly Ma^ch 14.   Arrived, and failed for the River, the Robert and Anne, Yates, from Gucrnfey.   The Faro packer, Bifhop, is got off, and remains with the reft of the ihips as before, Gr#vefinJy March 14.   Rifled by &*Ptaxl> Ogilvie, from the Camrie*; Effex, Buflciu^ from Rotterdatn j and Oflridgej'Sheldon, froxn St. Micliaei'sT ARRIVALS at the following PORTS. We hear to prevent Foreftalling at Smith-field market, the hours of falewill be only from fix in the morning to twelve during the winter, and from four to ten in the fummer. There are two .Change Keepers at the Royal Exchange, who make great intereft for obtaining their places; but let any body obfervehow the paflages are blocked up by fruit, gingerbread-fellers, 8cc. &c. and fee how much they deferve their places. Extra3 of a letter from Portfmoutb, March I J. " At Spithead the men of war as in my laft.   Arrived and came into the harbour, the Sea Nyrjaph, Grant, from South Caro-litra*} (he put into this port for a new fe$ of fails, having fplir her fails in a gale of wind. The outwardbound are all at the Motherbaak* witfetfeetwo Eaft Indiamen." Thurf^ay ^.#^etoiiuon palled thcfeal, taeisapowfer the i(ev. John Skinner, Barche- ivind, blown do*/n 5 ana a man, v. ho was burning of pipes, unfor.unat.ly fmoiiicred in the ruins, as there was no pciiun 10 arait him. On Wednefday night 3 lire broke out at Mr. Drawatei's, a Butcher, ncai the old barge-houfe, Suny  which buint great par: of that houfe, and damaged anotner. Thurlday morning early, a thief vent on board a Weft-India fhip in the river, and packed up feveial things ready to carry offi  but a boy  on board heaung him, i i Red John ( AtL&OH, Svwallcnv, Oliver, from Madeira;    c6unty Gf Northampton and djocefeof Pe- Trimmer, PaAmore, from Portfmoiuh with wheat ;  FairhoJm,  from Berwick,  with whear  Sadly, Paterfon, from Cork Chi-cheiie^,, Auttin, from ditto; Nancy and Elizabeth, Chancellor, from ditto John and Keiuy, Difcol, from ditto; Nancy, Young, from Carolina with rice; Delawar, Creigh-ton, from Scotland wirh fifh. At Briflol, Britannia, Filber, from South Carolina. At South Carolina, Sally, Baker, from Briflol. At Yiuroouth, Friendlhip, Cobb, from Oporto. At Portfmouth, Friends Goodwill, Watfon, from Memon. At the v anaries, Earl of Sandwich, Cockran, fom London, Ar Topiham, Hope, Pearce, from New England* At Gibraltar, Nancy, Andeifon, from Cork ; ajid John and Aiuj, Clarke, from Exeter. At Caiiz, Minerva, Hill, from Exeter; and Minerva, Lawfon, from Genoa. LONDON Thurfday hef Majefty came from her place to St. Jameses after which there was a drawing-room J but his Majefty was not at Court. Same day there xuas a very grand levee at the Right Hon. the Earl of Halifax's in Great George-ftreet, Weftmintter. We are allured that it is now agreed to raifc 1,500,000 i. by annuities and lottery, j Meeting, at Witney, in the'eounty^of Ox- Eaft near Stamford, in the fame county and diocefej 'worth above 1501. per annum. The fame day a difpenfation alfo patted the feal, for the Re7. William Manning, M, A. of Trinity college, Cambridge, Chap* lain to the Right Hon. Ifabella Countefs Dowager of Denbigh, to hold the Vicarage of Irchefter, in 'the county of Northampton and diocefe of Peterboiough; and like-wife the Reftory of Wooliaiton, in the fame county and diocefe 5 worth near 200 1. per annum. Monday laft the Rev. Mr. James Alfion, M. A. was prefented to the. Vicarage of B"eddingford, in the county and diocefe of Lincoln, void by the death of the late Vicar. .Thurfday the Truftees of Morden college met at Batfon's coffee-houfe, and filled up two vacancies, by the choice of Mr. Woods, and Mr. WelhJn, both formerly eminent Merchants of this city. On Wednefday Mr, Moore was appointed fecond Clerk inj rhe Foreign Office at the Poft-office j and Mf. Cooper fupceeds Mr. Moore as third Clerk. On the 7th initant the Right Hon. Ka-therine Lady Forbes was fafefy delivered of a fon at Keith-hall in Aberdeenfhire, the one-fifty part of which is to be raiftd by annuiiies on lives, with the benefit of lurviveifhip, which is to be divided intd chiles of -fjoel. each, and on the death of every nomineei the annuity falling is to be diltribu'ed amongft the furvivors in rhe fame cla-fs. We hear that in order to pay the intereft of the riJoo,ooc4.- to' be borrowed for the feryice etf the na.>iy, an additional duty of J M fuur thillirrgs per chaldron will be laid upon ford, Mr. WilliaitiSatierhwaite, of Cannon-ftreet, London, to Mifs Waring, of Witney, Thurfday morning was married by the Rey, Mr. Fludger at Putney, Michael-Turner, Efq; to Mifs Notion, of the fame place. Thurfday was married, at St. Andrew's, Holborn, Mr. Peter Davidfon, Upholfterer, of Eaft-ftreer, alarmed the telt of the ciew, who feized the fellow, heated the iar-pot, ftript his cloaths off, andfmeaie^l him all over wiih tar \ and in thai, condition fent him afhere. On Wednefday mo/ning a farmer's fon, afiet atrial of near four hours, was capitally convided at Chelmsford aiUze of robbing a gentleman on the highway near Wit ham in Effex, Thorpe, who has been fo turbulent formerly when committed Vo the Pouitry-Compter, and lately in Newgate, is fent to Bedlam, as he \h certainly of an infane mind, and therefore ve;y improper to be fet at liberty. Articles ^Intelligence, &c. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Thurfday. Recent letters from Conftantir.ople man ion the prefent wat like preparations of the Ottoman iVirte; rhar rhey are cJfing a prodigious quantity of artillery, and fitting out a con fide raMe fl.et upon the Hl-ick Tea, from all which, it is apprehended, "Tomt expedition of imporrance on the frontiers of Per/ia, is now mediraring in the Councils of the Divan. We can afTure the public that a very large fnm is already paid into the Treafury, by order of the French court, on account of the balance fettled between both courts, A Right Honourable perfon has mentioned, in a grand Aflembly, that in a fhort time a true Itate of the national arlairs will be laid before the public j when he did not doubt but that the feveral in/intutians that have been thrown out toanfwer fomebad intention^ would fall to the ground. W^are well affured rlw an additional duty of four (hillings a chaldron will be laid on all coals that are exported. We hear a bill is preparing to be laid before the Houfe, to difcontinue the foreign exportation of tallow, the price of candles beii>g at prefent fo high in moft manufacturing towns of England, as confiderably to affedt trade, It is faid the heads of a bill for impofing one penny ftamp duty on all playhoufe tickets, are now preparing for the infpe�tion of the Houfe. We heir the fnm of yo,ooo"J. wiJl be inverted in the Society for eftablilhing a permanent herring fiftiery this fummer in the Ncrth feas. We are aflured that the building a commodious harbour at the town of Deal in Kent, for the reception of fhips in firefs of weather from near Red-Lion-fquaje, to    the DownSj wiil this feilions become an object rieet-ltreer.     * 0^ pAr]iamcnraXy confideration. We hear proper per foils will foon be appointed - Tuefday died, in an advanced age, at'her aU coals,,6ned abroad andI five per �m. J^at at St, Alban'vche Lady Dowager of m f,^,^^,T�3 �yw.r,m>- upoi, Til laft India chintz im-   Qrimftead, widow of the late, and mother   maie the eipeiice of inJling down !he old UuU- ported j and likewlfe an additional duty J of the prefent Lord Vifcount Grnnllead : upon policies of irrfurance not'madein London. by whofe death a confiderable jointure devolves to his Loidfhip. ings thereof, to make way for a handfome range of wharfs fronting rhe river, which have long been wanted iu that populous part of the me- Thurfday was held a general court of rhe    ' Wednefday died the Lady of Peregrine   troths, for the eencrai benefit of trade Governors-and Company of the Bank of England, at their houfe in Threadneedie- Efo M ^reet, when 2 dividend of z \ percent, for 1 End, Old They write from New York, that the principal traders have determined to put a itop to bjs I the farther cunejcicy of Englilh halfpence, by AMEETING of the irufttnfor put  ting in Executton the Ach of Parliament far Repairing the Higbtuiys between Tylurn ar.d Vxkridee\ in tie bounty of Mtdtikfex, and fcr Arnenaih^ the Road leading from brentLtuUv over Hxnwell Heath, through the Par/jhes of JLzn- r five Years only, nuy now have an Opportunity of enriching t. erafelves; and chofe who have a Mtnd to engage in this .honourable Set-v ce, where the Advanrages are much R/eater than many o.ner.miy apply to Mr. Ambrofe Turner, at hxs Ofhce in the Lutk S^iluary, WeltraiMiter, n-ar Weftminlter Market. Note, The Pay is Ten-pence prr Day, and Free Quarter*nd lor other Particulars, you may be informed as above. This i; the okteit and original Office, having been eitabiiihed Twenty Years pa ft, and where a Regard to Ho-jiourand ju:hce may be depended on*. To all Coppersmiths,  Dealers Copper, and Others. NO I ICE is hereby given, That they may hi fupplied w.ftJi aJl Seucts of Cake, Rolleil, and Bettered Copper, at tie Warehoufc ot the Mines Roj a], MuieraJ and Battery Societies, at the fecond Great Gates on the Riukt Hand, going down Bnlh^ihfew fiom Cuukm- Street, Lonuon ; where they are determined to feil at the cheapest and moft reafouable Rates i and ail Orders for the Town, Country, or Foreign Parts, diredted to Mr. Rk turd Ladyman, as above, vviJltw thai iJcfuJly receive J, and pruic- tually complyM with. IF John Cartw-right, wL ior-merJyJcept a Hatrer's Shop near Exeter 'Change in the Strand, (but, for feveraJ Fears fince, has travelled through almoit every Pare of the Kingdom with a Tin Kettle,' Hat-WocJc, Bruthfs, &c. wich which he got his Bread, by CJe^ni.ig and Cocking Hats) be living, he isde-fired to apjiy to Mr. Stephen Huntley, in Swichen's Alley, neir the Royal-Exchange ; or to Mr. Credland, ac the Hole in iheVlaJi, the Corner of Gloucefter Street, near Red-Lion^ Square, Holbourn ^ of whom he may hear of lomething very much to his Advantage. N. B. He was feen in the Summer 1763, in a molt deplorable Situation, by a near Relation, hut he is flip, ofed ro be iince dead ; Now, 4f rhe Churchwardens, Overfeers, Sexton or Clerk of the Pariih w herein he nu-hc have di^', will bring an authentic Account of tl--e fame, they {hail receive five Guineas Reward, and all Ei* pences paid. He is about five Feet one or two Indies hi^h, thin prominent race, pale ia.'Jow CompL-xion, Rorrun Nof?, and has a Tooth hi the Upper jaw which projects a are^t de^l from c!-.e reit.   

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