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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 21, 1765, London, Middlesex w 1 J t - Numb. 58^4 From THURSDAY March 21, to SATURDAY March 23 1765. [Price Two-pence Half-penny To the PRINTER. S I R, Liverpool, March J, 176? appear fo to myfelf 5 yer, at the fame timex I rency was fold at Qarraway's coffee-houlo, j defirous to fubmit (if any way erroneous) to I confiding of Rills of Exchange. &c. ifftied Hi? _ A,r the correction of fuperior abilities; for it is in Canada by order of the French King, the � manner aner , , ooo ducat*. from Francoma There are, indeed, penal laws refpedting fai- arrived at Stan*aie-creekf after having loft lures in their deportment, relating to the duty | her mizen-maft, and receivcdothcr damage . . Thuifday morning the Clive, Capr. Al- hope, there will be no occafioii to be had re- and t|ie R � Charloue Capt. Gle- courfe toj fo any furrher notice of them, to 1 you, I likcwife hope will not be at all neceflfary. What I take to be a parr of chat dury which in I owe to my place and ftation as a magiftrate, I offer to you and the public, as my apology for the freedom I take in thus addrefltug my Co . . failed from Qravefend for the Downs, to proceed on their voyages. The Dtan and Canons of Chrift-Church Mr it will expofe the eserciie or tnat power, tne freedom 1 ta*e 111 runs auurcuu g �.y dem Q-f ^ cqU ^ ^ of gr which is not only very arbitrary but very thoughts to you and them ; and I wiih that Tu ^ ^J*' d Xhujfda'y he was +nrtialh conduticd. y�� had given me an occaiion, at the fame ro rhA f ' . , ?hA r nrH Rrfhnnof -partially conduScd* The gentleman chofe-to avoid explaining himfelf upon that point, in hopes that his publication without it may have the defired cffeA Sir, your ' time compUifant and gentleman like regard Oiewn to fmce the time I have been inverted with inltuuted to the fame by the Lord Bifhopof Exe'-er. Hii Maieftv has annointed Edward Ston- me. lince tne time 1 nave uecn auvciuu wiu� -cr l �/ l � ; which m= a p=,v to them as far as I am able, I certainly fhall deferve to fraud juftly reproached upon the foot of my-own confer fl]on, as being guilty of injuftice both to myfelf and others at the fame time, by flying in .lie face of my own fuch liberty ; and which Has no iegui rigi.t to Le fuxreected by the poiver of any Juftice of the peace. A perfon who has had a licenfe, and not Cvini'i
und nulv fecuritv for be- pods whjfch marine debtors are in poffeflion of; wliich, if fei^ed j ^e ^Jy to' allow the free importation of and fold, mutt of coiifequeuce conijgw- them, wuU riiRir rhiMrm. 'in be maintiiined and fup- catrte raifed ual providing a public reward for difcovecing tne eitates ot ^nepariftiioners in general: Jlus, the longitude at fea. with what is cdntajuied in a late order of cqun: rjC^e till for laying certain ftarap duties cilrerpeaing grantiog^eafes, and made public, ancl other duties in the American colonies; I.appveliend \vitl. be. fouhd 10 be mucli more and for applying the money arifinfe there- btavyXefpecially upon the improvers of corpo- ifrom fof lhe. fupport and defence of the ration* property) than perfons may be as yet ^faid colonies, aware ofj and Jet it be fu^her cpnfidered, that 1 perfoju fo ortfiaiipily reduced, in Vder to their L o/Paup Yefterday fe'nnight died, at Sutton in Kent, the Rev. Mr. Barrell, Prebendary of Kochefter, and Keilor of Boxley in Kent. Sunday night died, at his feat at K.ad-bourn, near Derby, in the 78th year of his age, German Pole, Efqj By hisdeath, the old family eftate, with a large personality, defcends to Colonel Pole, of Park-hall, in the fame county. Monday died Mr. George Chefterton, G.azier, at Spalding in Lincolnihite. Tuefday died, at Endfieid, Mr. William Fielder, lately a Merchant in Bilhopfgate- ftreer. On Tuefday died Mr. John Albiftdn,~ a wholesale Tobacconift in ttiday-itreet. Wednefday died, at Nottingham, Mr. JamesSylvelter, a Stocking^manufaclurer. Same day died, at his houfe at Peckhara, aged 68, Benjamin Moumforr, Efq; one of his Majelty's Juitices of the Peace for Surry. Wednefday morning died, at his houfe in Princefs ilreet, Rotherhithg, Capt. Stephen Blanket', many years a Commander in the Jamaica trade. On \Vednefd3y night died, at his apartments on Black-heath, Thomas Bafkerville, Efq-, formerly an officer in the train'of artillery. On Wednefday night.a perfon in a high fever and delirious, opened the window of his lodgings in Upper Thames ftreer,' in the abfence of his mule, and flung himfelf out into the Areer, whereby he was killed on the fpot. * Wednefday morning Mr. James Crolby, an eminent Coal-merchant -in Southward, was found d^ad in his bed : he wasfeemingiy in heal 1*011 Tuefday evening, having come from Richmond, where he had been on a parry of pleafure. Tuefday afternoon William Jarvis,- a young highwayman, was capitally eonvitfed at Maidltone adize, for robbing Farmer i7ffa of \A\ m.mth, that it was repo-iert rherfef that the Lrnprefs Queen would, diis fuo^xner, march a large tody of her crnCps into cite tit* therlands but with what view they were ignorant of5 Lowever this caufes great conjectures among our jolifi^i^is. We art aflurcd, (h t certain cn^Tlmerci^J con* cefliens on the part or the Court of Portugal in favour of the Pririih merchant, Jiave this week beej) hremiotifly urged, in conferjuence of divers petitions lately pr-cfeured id the Lo.trd of tride. We hear that an additional frtJ.try will fort a he made to the Chaplains .of the Hoy*! navy, i commifhon. The Right Hon. Lord Edgecnmhe is (honly expelled to command at Plymourh, aud that he will lacilt his flag-011 hoard the fiero, Capt. Oury. So fAr from our dock j^rds Leing made larger, we have it from undoubted authority that aJJ the new buildings, and propofed alterations, are put a total flop to (except finiihwg what is begun) ^srhe immenfe ex pence bore no proportion to our prcftm fchemcs of frugality and oeconomy. Tlw efifaSt*-of the peace are beginning to be pretty vifibU at Plymouth, every day produces bankruptcies, and freih ihops (hut up the military force is totaJJy withdrawn, as the artillery compiiiy (the lAi remaining) are now on their rout ro Woolwich. From Paris they write, that the new tragedy of the.iiege of Calais, wrote by M. de Helloi, had run twenty nights hicceiiively, and mec wiih great applaufe. It has fo pleafed the King and Royal Fanjily, that his Majaly has given the author a purfe of 200 louis d'ors-, and the inhabitants of Calais hearing, from report, of the fuccefs of this piece, have refolded ro nuke the author a handfome prefent, and ejigaged the Paris company of Comedians to come and pfay it at Calais in the Ealter holidays. M. de Bel* loi is the iirft FreYicli author who has ever at* tempted to take the fuhje�t of his drama from their own hiiiory. We are informed that the celebrared Con- fhort already cleared upwards of twelve hundred gui~ neas, through the credulity and curiofiry of the puldic. Wediiefday a ccnfiderable munber of Dutch wojden clocks were feized ar a houfe in Sr. Katharine's, on account of iux having been, entered ai^J pai EQ'e* ; being the Half yearly Court, John JJiUUley, CI* Com. at Great IlforU, KiJcx. Baylcy, of his watch and nine guineas, &c. QJJ ply, and raake th^ir .cafes Jcnovvn to thoTe very rftjgiftrates^ to whom they will (and I believe with great jnflice) impute the caufe of their Jtting brought iirto fo truly piteous a Jituation. fiy rhis reftriftive exercife of power^ (which I think may Dfe juftly termed too fcvere) the pub* he revenue muft greatly fuffer ; becaufe every perion denied an ale licenfe is the Iofs of one guinea ; and every perfon who \\>,ould rake a liquor licenfe, (which cannot be obtained with* out an ale licenfe) occasions the lofs of forty fhillings more to the revenue. Thefe. eentlemeju^remy fentiments, aflifted yrjfcrrfel 1U * iV-W The bill to enable the Commiffioners for paving Weftntinfter,J&c. to colleft colls on Sundays," arid" to apply the money arifing therefrdm to the faid purpofes. And alfo to feveral private bills. Thurfday about noon an exprefs arrived at the Secretaries of States office, from our EmbaHador at Madrid. Some advices from Madrid are expefted, with regard to the queftions lately put to that Courr, They write from Vienna, that the Em-prefs-Queen of Hungaiy has ordered the Regency of the Auitrian Netherlands to lay a duty of four livresanda half (near 4s.) on every cwt. of fugar inio thofe territories on the highway near Rochetier. Infonnationsar&lodged every day againft the foreitailers and monopolizers, proper perfons being appointed for that purpofe, not only on the roads leading to London, but-in feveral parts*of it and us environs." Articles^/ Intelligence, &v. from 'the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of la ft Thurfday. We hear that the parliament will break up the beginning of May, \^'e hear that a curious diamt-nd button fur a har N ANNE's BOUNTY March 25", 1^67. O TIC E is hereby given, That the Int'ereit-MoJiey :ur die Augmeutaaorr ofr theMiimenui* of tu: Poor Ct�Kc r, due tiis 2yc!i LilUut, wiJl '* p-ul W Hu Mtry tlues, Treafuixr ac Mr. Richard Kichardfon s Lorrery OiT.ce, Houle ^ eft of Craven- rL have ready accefs to, if ftrauger.s to them; from LnSland and Holland, in order 10 fa- ______________ offer further" as the aaadard of righr, than Uuttl>ey vour French fugars. Thurfday a parcel of French paper cur- 3 worth upwards of two choyUntl-pounds, is now makiug-for his Royal Highrufs thePr*i�cc of Wales. To Inch a height is lnvnry in clrefs arrived in all p*m of hiuope, that wt are inarmed iu letrcrs from Warfaw, of tii-* 2jth pa!^ th;:t the head dreis srlonc of a Ltd/, who has lately 5-reet "in the StJiiv.", near Charing Crofs, (Ho-Ji^i's'excep:^:) *J'd will continue to he paid to Midii-mmcr, ai.d iic�:n Michaelmas to CI)rift-mas iN^w 5rt/e, ar.d at no other Time fublifh\l% In Os a Volume Octavo, Orivameutra \\ith hve Copper-r'a^s, l:rr:e4S. rd. in Roard5, THE LIVES of WlCLlrr, ai>d :hi a-voll eminent of bis Lif^lcs, Lo�d Hy W I i. L � 1 A M G I 1 1' A i\ , M. A. p Printed from ]. Robfen, ^kfeSler to 11. H- the nnc^s Dowager cf \\a\-s in N
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