London Evening Post, March 28, 1765

London Evening Post

March 28, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 28, 1765, London, Middlesex i Numb. 5837 From THURSI)AY March 28,, to SATURDAY March 30 [Price Two-pence Half-pen�y Warfa w 4 T is the general, opinion, ihat it. is not the intereft of Poland to aft. vefpe& tend produced a letter from Morif. Marchand Cortunander of a few French troops have been all this while in Ifouf Cau Giles'sin'the Fields, Grace Murphey,. aged oi, who wiJiih a few years had acquired SONS of the C L RGY. vice,, informing, that he had, with.the ad- people, and furnifcin* markel folks with neirTf^ri kw 1'T h*f acquired /"TAHE Rehearfal.of the Mufic fox in an that to may leflen the Court good unerftand-ihg which fub-/iIts between the Republic, andthe irefore. that the vjpe and confent of the greateft pait of the. /Black troops, arretted Ifouf Caun that even-ling at five o'clock; demanded pardon for his own troops, and 'that he was ready to give up Madura and Tfouf Caun. Thefe teims were readily, granted hira, and the Nabob agreed with the Blacks upon the fame conditions, and to pay them the, arrears due to them. inrendednewdutiesiipongoodsbroughtinto ^ ^ S> ifl^he coutuenances of the Yeiteiday we marched the kingdom will not lake place. M. Benoit, his Pruffiari Majefty's Refi- niniftry upon dent here, has prefented a memorial to the fubjeft, U which great olaints are made of the difficulties that --------- - ' Vi^i^^g^ffE^, _______ mmittiehr.t&I^ buys in that country j and fets. forth, that fuch refufal is not only contrary -to-what has always been ohferved between Poland and the houfe of Biandebourg, but alfo to the general behaviour of the peweis of Europe towards each other: And concludes wi:h the minifter's proteft againft all innovations, and declaring that if a ilop is not put to them, the King-his mafter will probably take fome meafures very difagreeable 10 the Polifli nation. refigners, both.Blaqk :ar>d; White. Ifouf Caun was fent out and delivered to the Na-bub, who*Ordered him to camp, andtorday he was to be hanged^n front of the lines. So i^juch%Fr�Acii �etters� that part^o fa wrecks had been* d/^ve -aihoie Mr.'that'cdsft^ tinih feveril. anchors and that fome fmuggling veffel been catt away, and all the crew perifhed. from fuppofed - Ma Bourdeaux for Kqiterdam, is loft near w - Schouwcn on the coalt of Holland,, and all the crew periihed. The St, Peter, Capt. Keyfer, from hence for Bremen, found on her paffage that the buoys had been bib wed away at the mouth Copenhagen AW 8 The King has pub- J ^r � ' whjch forced lifted an ordonnance forbidding-either tirtt 1 or fecond Lieutenants in the cavalry or infantry to marry, unlefsthey can prove that independantof their pay, they have a clear yearly revenue of 150 crowns. Leghorn, Feb. 25. The King of England has declared to our Regency, as well as to ihat of Genoa, that he is refolved to proteft all fuch of his fubjefts as fent corn hither and to Genoa during the late fcarcity in Italy, for which they have not yet been paid ; and that his Majefty requires for them not only the price of the grain, but like-wife the intereft on the money unjuftly detained, till the day of his prefent declaration. Montpellier^ Feb. z8. -We hear that two Norman Gentlemen and feveral Huntfmen him to put into the river Ja, near the faid river. The (hip loft near Helfingforfe, laden with Ruffia productions, proves to be afhip from Peterfburg for Stettin, Ernelt Olten-rich, mafter; the crew were all drowned. The Tyger, ^Clarke* fiom Jamaica for London, ftruck on one of the Bahama J money, at the intereft of a halfpenny a day for a fhiiling. . Tuefday died Mr. Thomas Higgins* Merchant, in Tooley-ftreer, Sottthwark. Thurfday morning died, at his houfe in Queen-flreer, Cheapfide, after a long illnefe, Mr. Wood, a Scale maker of coniiderabie bufinefs. Same day in the afternoon died, of the fmali-pox>;tat her father's houfe in St. JamesVftre~erv-Mt& Lincoin, daughter of Mr, Lincoln, who keeps a noted tavern in the aforefaid itreet. Thurfday died^ at hu houfj in St. Ann's-lane, Mr. Shonland, malice of the lcUool (rftheSr. Ann's Society. - v f OnSaturday.hft died Mr.CharlesTownf^ ead. Cool; at the'Whimin Chelfea. . i Sunday ni^ht the houfe of Mr. Solomons, in Houndfdiich, was robbed of caih to tVe amount of 21I. by a pei-fonor perfens unknown. The fellows that ftole the two bags of dollars out of the Bullion-office at theEalt-India-houfe, hid theinfelves in a warehoufe adjoining thereto on Saturday afcernton, and rheic continued till Tuefday morning; they had lcf. a third baa,behind an old'duur, in order, as it is foppufed, to return and carry k off; but there being an alarm foon after the warehoufe door of the-room, thro' which thefe fellows broke to get into the Bull ion-office, was opened, they did not return. Th^fe fellows broke through a brick wail above two feet thick, and deitroy-ed five chefts of tea that itood agalnft the wall in .the above room, before they could come at the dollars. accident the (hip, cargo, and fome of *e Articles ./Intelligence, &v. from loft fhh> for the Greenland filhcry, are all preparing to fail on their voyages; The Rifing Sun, Capt, Chambers, fell down for Gravefend on Tuefday. We hear that the allowance of three per r�orman uemiemen anu leverai nunumcn bo Qn fift ^ XQ from the fame province are arrived at St. . � . . Ri-.J^Fifher� wiH ____j 7....., _ Mendes, with them a number of large Danilh dogs, with which they intend foon to give chafe to the wild beaflr. Path, March 15. By fome letters in town from fome of the King's troops in Corfica, it ftiould feem thar, unlefs fome fudden change happen, which no human prudence can forefee, it is in vain for the Senate of Genoa ever to exped: to reduce thofe iflan-ders to their fubje&ion. Ftlhery be farther continued for four years, the expiration of the prefent term of 17 years. Thurfday was held the anniverfary feaft of the Governors of the London hofpital, road; when a fermon was Mile Pa ri March it. All our advices from the fea ports agree, that the incieafe of tradefince the peace exceeds everybody's expetitations. *~ L O N D ON Thurfday her Majefty came to St. James's; after which there was a drawing- joomat Court. On Saturday laft the Earl of Donnegal, and his Lady, who have for fome time been in a bad Hate of health, fet out with a J preached on that occafion, at St. Lawrence's church, near Guildhall, by the Right Rev. Dr. Squire, Lord Bilhop of St. David's, at which were prefent, the Duke of York, President, efcorted by a party of hor-fe-guards, accompanied by the Marquis of Granby, and others. From ehuich ihe Governors went to Merchant-Taylors hail to dinner, wheie a very coniidetable col-ledioja was made. His Royal Hi^hnefs did nor dine, but drank chkj a combined fquad.on to deliroy rbe port and forriHcations LceJy eredted in rhe Hit of Mogador on the coult of Africa. This fquadron is to be compofed of ten or twelve ihips, will have on board two or three battalions of marines, and is to be commanded by the Sieurdu Chaffcur, Chef d'Efcadre Francoife. Wednrfday a Right Hon. perfon, who fo eminenrly pre fides ac the firft board of rhe kingdom, laid the fiate of die mtion befoje an augult aflcmbly, in fuch a minner as mcc with thehighefi approbacioji. They write from New York, that his Ex-celleucy General Gage had in council ftrongly recommended the building a fort near the forks of the river Muficingham in the center of rhe Delawar and Sliawanefe towns, as the fnrelt means to keep thof? nations in awej and that the fame would be earned into execution this fummer. It is exj>e�led the aeen made tp parliament, that the quantities from that kingdom, have of late greatly de-creafed. We are informed Mr. Harrifon will have one moiety of the reward offered by art of pallia* ment for thedifcovery of the longitude, a$Jbon as rhe principles upon whiclr his Time-keeper is conitru�tew, are fully discovered and ex- plained j and he hath aiH^n:dover the property of it to the Commifiionerd of the Longitude, for the ufe of the pubiic. We lrear that the Merchants of Chrfiev and "Liverpool, are fitting out feveral ihips, in order to try their fuccefs the enfuing fcAlnn^ in rhe whale fiihery 5 and that frveial fkdful Har-pooners are engaged by rhem for that purpofe. By the mails we have an account of the be efcorted by eight men of war, and feveral J by, Efqj Vanfittart Hudion, Efq; by Sa-frigates, to Genoa,- fiom whence fbe is to j muei Salt, Efq; Hemy Stephenlbn, Efq; r >hn Stephenfon, Efqj and Robert tiavei by land to Infpruk, where they are I by J to be married. Briltow, Efqi by J They write from Beilin, of the 6th inft. I which many childrea were piefen;ed that bv letters from Koniefberg they had an I and admitted into the hofpital. account (which engr.offed there the conver- Thurfday the Clergy of the city met at faiiojiof the public) of a wonderful Prophet J Ston College, when it was refolved, that of Podolia, with his fon about nine years J the plan for the fupport of Clergymens wi old, who have traverfed moft parts of Poland and Pruffia, and were on the road for that metropolis. They are cl on Wednefday the z-jth of March j i7"->? 5 u It was unanimottfly Refolved^ That it is th� Opinion of this General court, that rhe-fiuiJd-iu^ of the Hofpital for Preparation, already commenced, be continued to_ be carried on"; and tnat u (>e publiiixd m the London; Gazette, and all the Dally and Evening Papers, m aiture r-e ruMic, the laid Building 15* intended f lor*� Hall on Thurfd^r the OhH?f Mjv STEWARDS. E irl power Rev. Ncw^m Og*ct Ca�oa Lord R y nf*T>rth ftcv. Wm Po^-elJ, L.L. D. 5irCctrgi Ptgo , Bart. Hev.Fr*nCttflcndcr toOe. iir Francis Coflin-, Knt. L. L B+ and Alderman Jam s Ca!r**r rfjj Rev. Daj. Burton, d. d. Cruris fyr*, Bfq, The IVfnfic will confift of Mr. Heel's 0\etMrt i� Either bi$ new Te Deum ad JdAlM^aA AnU^m compolcJ by Dr. Bayce for this partictf ar Charity ; aid the whole w ll con-1ude Mr. Hazel's g-.aoi Co-raurtioi Anthem. *Tictcetrfci the Feaft to be h t at the QneenVarro* ^vem, bt. PaulS Churci-yard, VICTUALLIN G-O F" F I C E, JT appearing by the ^coontsxeceivod hy the Right' Hon. die Loi^ aCdmmiffioners of ms-Mijdrys Treafu^y from- the Office of the Treafdre� of his Majeily's Navy, that the Bills payaBle~Hn; the Courfe of the Navy, ViftuaUing Offices, brforTranfports, which Were brought on or before the 26th of this Inftant Match to the faid OiHce, purfuant to the Resolution oi die Honourable the Houfe of Commons, do not amount to the Sum of 1,500,0021. And their Lord/hips having been pleafed to diredc Notice to be given, that pirlumc to the laid Refolution all Perfons poflefied of Certificates, which have been granted for the fractional Parts of fuch Bills, or of Victualling Bills, which wore made out on Or before the 30til Day of June 1764., and do mt amount, together with the Inrcrelb thereupon computed to the 6th Day of April next, to 100L may on or before- the 5th Day of April next, afper having had the Intereit upjn fuch Bills marked, in fuch Manner as is memi%ned in the faid Refolution, bring the fime to the" Office of the Treafurcr of his Majefty's Navy, and lhall have in Exchange for the fame from fuch Treasurer, or his Paymafter, or Caihic:, a Certificate to the faid Go/ernorand Company of the Bank of England, for the Sums contained in fuch Certificates, and for the Amount of the Principal and Intereft of which fuch Eilia fhali conhft, and upon delivery thjr^of, and Payment of fo much Money to the faid Governor and Company, as fhill, with the Sums fo certified, Amount to isol. lhall*be enti[Iei to the Annuities and Advantages mentioncl in faid Refolution. The CommiiEoners for Viftualling his Ma-jetty** N*y/> do hereby gk'e Notice thereof, accordingly, and that all Pcrfons poQciTed of Vi�tualling Bills made out as aforefaid, upon bringing the fame to this Office, will have the Intereft due thereon, computed and marked in order to their being carried to the Treafureri Office in Broad Street. For SALE, By Order of the Hon. Commiflioners of his Ma-jelty's Cuftoms, (ui Purfiance of an Act or Act of Parliament of ihe Third of his prefejit Majefty) Ou Tuefday the i6di, Wbiefday the 17th, Thurfday the iHth, ai d Friday tlie 19th ; a�iii iii the fol-owing Week, Monday Llie 22.!, Wednefday the 24th, and Thurfday the 26(ii of April, ac 'inr e o'clock in tlie Af- ternoons or the laid Diys, wiJi b SaL, in the Long Room iionfe, London, rH E following Goods, lotted in fmali 9ttantjties, for the better Accommodation cf the feveral Dealers, as tved as private Performs, 'who thufe to became hurchaftrs in tljt'/e Commodities} viz. To be Exported. Cambricks or French La was, Cambrick Rnf- fles and Hofonvs worked with Thre �d, Howercd Cambrick Aprons and Handkerchief, brocaded Satcius and Silk, and Quilted Petticoat*, SilK Handkerchiefs, ai.d fundry other Silk Manuuc-tuies, and \anecy of Eaft India prohibited Goodi For Home Consumption. Several Parcels of Hohea and Green Tea, Coffee raw and roafted, CliocoJare, lundry Pteeesof Muiiiu, Muiliii Hankerchiefs, NeckcJo:hs,Hand-kwrcluefs and Rurflrs worked wun Thread, Nanxiji CJorh, feveral Sorts of Linen, Hfos of Hioud Lace^ Bojis Lace, Mens laced RjirH.s ajid Bofon-Sj Lfcther Gloves, �1 X Mi^ts, Si-K Stocx-ings, bewfltig Silk, Dutch Tapes, Siiters Threa�, Black Pins, Fans, Snuit-Boxes, t>mine Skinst and other Fans, Wax and Sperma Ca?a Candles, Polifh'd Chryflal, CornePan and Mocha Stouts, different Sort* of Stones fet in Gold ajid SHvcr f�r Ear-rings, &c. Swonls mouiceti, and bvvonl BLdes, Necklacrs, Lacquered Ware, Mother of Pearl3 Qudrdle Hores, rxih Gounrers and Read', Rou^h and Cut Garuets. Walking Canes, Sagoe, I'inc'huhons, Rice, Rhubarb, Spaaiih Liquorice fire Awns (CJoId and Sliver Lace anu Apparel to be burn) China Ware, Wine in Cafks and Bottles, British Gompo'und, Soy, Tammaruids. Green Gutter, Preferved Oraiiges, Grocery ur* different Km^s, Hed Feathers, Old Iron, Olive Oil, a ShiA Bat and other Boats, with tur-ititure, Deals, Gun fjlints, Wool, Wool Flocks, Woollen Thrumbs, Worfted, Yarn, and Toba'-atr Afhes, and feveral Sor:s of other Goods, {^-�^L be mentioned in the Catalogue. ^ Ihe Goods to be feen or taped at ' Warehoufe at the Cuftorn Hou/ey Lontk the Tobacco Ground hothtrbitbe^ the 1 and *$th Days of April nexty from the Ifkrnings, and on the Days of S N. b. The Tea to be feen in the Aft faid Day* only. put Up 10 in the Cultont-ivhicb are al- ft ;