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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 23, 1765, London, Middlesex Numb. 5835 From SATURDAY March 23, to TUESDAY March 26, 1765. [Price Two--pcuct Half-penny From the London Gazette. Berlin, March g. ESTERDAV the King of PrufDa, accompanied by the Prince Royal and youoe Prince Henry of Fiuffia, and thetwo Piin-ces of Bvunfwick arrived liere fiom Po'cdara. His j%^__j_t____ Majcity, � in his way to the palace, vifited the marufaftoiy of China. * The fame afternoon arnveJ alfo the ReigniD^ Prince of Anhait Defl'au j and in the "evening the marriage'of that Puree -ith ihePrincefs Louifa Hewietta U ilhel-uiioa. youngelt daughter to Margrave Henry the King of Pi u-.Ga'a coffin, wasdec.a-red at Court, This day the ceremony or betrothing was performed. His Prullian iS Mr. Brooks, our Clergyman, and Father Kabo, thajcl'uis, go on 1 his expedition at his Excellency's �particular de'ire, to make exad obfei vauuns of ihe latitude and looghudj? of the Lakes, and to preach ihe Chnftian religion 10 thefe unenlightened fa v ages. 14 We expect the Rey. Mr, Whitefield here next fuminer. " Our Governor intends making a road to communiea'e' either with New England or Nova Scotia. '* Weexpedt a noble oil fifhery this w'\r\-ter, the fhaiks having drove the whales up the river, of which there ait/one tboyfands now playing before this city. The fnow is at lealt eight foot on a l&vel. monu men rs of the famous antient poet Gower, and of Rifhop Andrews, are aifo wed worth notice ; but the molt curious one is a monument belonging to the family of the Auttins, on which is reprefented the whole apparatus of hufbandry, and upon the top Hands the G^ddefs Auiora, crowned with the repiefema.ion of the fun in fail fplendcr. John Luxmore, Efq; is appointed Affay-maiier and Tiyer of Tin in D^vonfhhe ai-d Corn wjII. Peter Mackenzie, Gent, is appointed Surgeon to the 3d legiment of dragoon guards, in the room of Surgeon Gilchfilt," who rati* es. cc Ledger. Efq; was By the French mail which arrived onSa- j fwoin in one of the fixty Cleiks in Chan- tuiday lalt, we have the Mlowing account of the wild bealt. dated from ment, one of them having been fome years �employed by the Lurch in that branch of rra� Wharf h-ri'ig rqual, if not fujierior ro any oth.i iii-oii rhe River Thames, v^ e Therefore foif.i: your favourable Afliitance, auU doubt .nor hue our ct�nl-a'ir Kmieavosira 10 conduit the Bijh-ii-iS c:;:mitcd to our Car:, ^ uli R g'lUrlty ai:4 Difparc- , uiJl merit 3 our f.ture AprrobatiOJi. Yrur vjy huiiibJ^ S=rvants, ElCHAKB 'I K i S fe R Y j Bawclift Briftol BoPo.i Brul ort ClRft.-r ti
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