Saturday, March 30, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 30, 1765, London, Middlesex t � Numb. .5 From SATURDAY March 30 > to TUESDAY April 2 > 1765. [Price Two-pence Halt-penny Copenhagen^ March HE pdft which was due yetter-day from Hamburgh is not yet ; arrived, the paf-- jfage of the Great Belt being ob- being itrufted by float- Tvo They wriwt From. Strelitz of the 4th ififti that a comuiand of Swedish huifersTiad entered his Serene Highnefs thfeDuk^of Meek-lerlburg Strelitz territories without leave, in purfuit of M. Linderaan, the iate Director of the poft-office at Straifund, who made his efcape from thence oat of confinement, where he was kept for embezzling of the government's money. The faid affair being in violation of the laws of na- faiisfaCtun Tias been demanded of 1. hecelBty obliged hfm to take what money J which both Houfes will adjourn for rhe holiday?. ing ice. mails from England. tions, the Court of Stockholm, the iffue of which are due I js earneftly expe&ed. The faid Ptfft-mafter has petitioned for his liberty, but has been ,....., .....On Thurfday laft ratted. Prince Frederick of Brunfwick was thrown J Letters from Vienna fay, that at the ap- heArchduke Leopold nam. no foreign Mi- . from his horfe as he was taking the air near Potzdatn, and was much hurt by the fall. . . . about hers; he theft rode up to the gentleman, and defired him immediately to deliver his money* wichoui making any delay j anddie pulled out a piftol, but feemed. to be very much confufed, and tfembled. The gentleman gave him all h'rs money, about four or five pounds, and.lie rode off very faft, being well to uniedon a daik-chefmn gelding, neat \c har.ds, with a lemarkable long forehand, a - J ca:/ied a high rail ; rhe man rather lulty, pitted with of a r. uic lize, the f- in blacK ,  as he wc h � a Li/bon, Marti Co 12 May ii, at Guild- having requefted to be recalled, Count de Scarnafis is appointed to fucceed him. BANKRUPTS required to fur render. John Jackfoii, of the pariOi of Fulham, in the county of Middfcfer, Porter, to appear April 6, iz, May 11, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Tucker> late of the parifh of St. Pan-eras, injhecoiinry of Middle/ex, Bricklayer, to appear April 4, hall, London. Edmund Cooper, of Union flreet, neai Hanover-Square, in the county of Middlefex, and Richard Hodgklns, of Bulftrode-flreet, in the parifli of St. Mary le Bon, in the faid county, Builders, Carpenters, and Joiners, and Copartners, to appear April zz, 23, May 11, at Guildhall, London. John Pollard, of the parifh of St. Clement Danes in the county of Middlefex, Taylor, Dealer, and Chapman. To appear the 4th and 13th infant, and nth of May, at Guildhall. B 4 Bankruptcies poflponed. Thomas Amas, Jare of Wi/bech Sc. Peter's, in the Ifleof Ely, in the counry of Cambridge, Merchant, to appear April 13, at the Rofe and Crown in Wifbech St. Peter's. James Dovvker, of Weft Smithfield, London Hofier, to appear May 18, at Guildhall. dividends toot made to Creditors* April 22. John Croffe and John Berrow, of the city of Briftol, GlalTmen, Merchants and Copartners, at the Nag's-Head tavern in Wiue- ftreet, BriuoJ. April 26. Johnjeffcrfon, of Cheapfide, London, Brazier, at Guildhall. April 29^ Adam Fairliolme, of London, Merchant, at Guildhall. April 25. Jofepfr BrifloL Merchant, at the Bulh tavern in  1 tally \ nifters are to be invited, except the Cardinal \ af Migazzi, the Spanifh EmbafTador, and the Minifter Plenipotentiary from the King of the Two Sicilies. Friday lait the fociety for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce, paid the following premiums ^ vi2. fix guineas to Hugh Clark, for drawjnjj the bait landfcape^ five guineas to Richard Orks, for thefecond belt landfcape; three-guineas to Charles Grignion, for a iandfeape^ two guineas to James Lee3 for a iandfeape; four guineas to Robert Duncurton, for a piece of dead game \ three guineas 10 Benjamin Pingo, for drawing a brocadu pattern :, two guineas to John Wakelin, for drawing a hay-cart in black chalk ; and one guinea to John Atkmfon, for drawing a tigure in J black chalk. The Rev. Mr. Glaffe, of Harrow on the Hill, is prgfented to the living of JLialeton in Surry. Tiie Rev. Thomas Hodgfon, M. A. late of Queen's college, is appointed to the living of Notthbeach, in the dtocefeof Gloucefter. e; ii tnroug.i t s. \ Barnet iua. towards h. At A^lelbui a well-looking man, dteffed j( be wcil ufed .0 that mad, . -.-i he Janes to Mill HiU, . i'o.r.J^e, and was feen to \* izr-rjjd about an hour .\ f^laihtd by riding fail :;c tained oat of the common and lanes ..iek. or Edmonton. r�:;2 peifon was C3ji- and lefc for l execu. iv)�u Ai Hiin;i;'gdon,N hoi le�ltea.i^t_, Williaui Welden, fof v, for hoi fc- for a hi a mil 23 h w a y Healing, ard RicnarJ vire^n robbety, weie condemned, but all reprieved before the Judge left ;he :->wn. Friday n^nt ihe alike fu. hecounry of Surry ended at Kmgitonon rhe Gown fide, before Sif Sidney Stafford Sm} Km. ore of the Baionsjbf his MajeAy's Court cfix-"chequer, when the followi-ig prifor.ers received fen.ence of death ; John I Stringer, his wife, was order'd to be execu- r The Rev. John Thomas, B.L, formerly of Sidney-SuiTex college, is appoimed 10 hold the reilory of Wellford, Gloucefter-{hhe, and alfo the retfory 6f Notgrave, in the fame county, worth near 2.00I. per ann^ Huntingdon Tilden, Efqj is'appointed a Lieutenant in the jd regixuent of dragoons ^ and Jocelin Price, Efq^ Adjutant to the faid ; likewife Thomas Clarke, Gent. ted as yeilerday, bu; in the mcrning was re-fpited for f/ven days i JofcphTnoipe, Wm. Hazle, Benjamin Ma.ihail, and William Auar.:s, fur robberies on the John Du;ham, and Thonia*. hoi fe - ileaiin^ : r.nu ilc>r. ftealing, in Talboi, fix fed to '.mKins, for .-. eliing-l-oafe cf Thomas' ^..ine-'-. His Lo*-j;hip was plea-e^'t've ihc hd three before he left the town. grou of GeuiLe E.e cloth ^ and Tho. Hammond, out of the waggon of regiment a Cornet in the faid'regimenr. Madrafs of Aug Mtfs , a young for !tci:ing JauKj Janai . wercou.nt in-the ha RicharJ No�ns, attainred the iaft anU-aficrua ds iei�tieved, and James for fte�iing ds .n he whitening grounds i tranfpoited for Daltera Corn-itreet, Briltol. LONDON Lady of great merit. On Thu/fday laft died, at Orton in Hun-tingdonlhire, in an advanced age, Sir Jonathan Cope, Bart, of Brewern in Oxfordlhire. He is fucceeded in ttile and eltaie by his Grandfon, now Sir Charles Cope, Bart. Sunday being Palm Sunday, his Grace [ ^ On Thurfday Jaft^died, at his country-the Lord Archbilhopof Canterbury preached ' " nkl~" 1 J I the Chapel Royal Sr. JamesV, from ti words: 1 Cor.*j. v. 21. " For the J require a fign4 ard ihe Greeks fefk^af^er wifdom. _______________ M man on Fifh-itreet-hill. Earlv on Saturday n J Ver* z J. But we preach Chrift crucified, unto the Jews a ttumbli and unto the Greeks, foolifbnefs. But unto the Ver. 24. both J Maifdeii, an eminent mafter Bui:der, and Joiner to hib Majefty's palaces of St. James's and Hampion-cuuiu On Saturday died, at Harrow on the Hill, in the 88th year of her age, Mrs. Brian, \ 1 i t and Greeks. Chrift: the power of God, and relift of rhe late Dr. Brian, toimeriy mailer the wifdom of Cjod. ' Same day the Earl of Buckifighamftire, his Maieiiy's Embatlador .at the Court of I Church-court, of Harrow fchool. On Saturday laft dfcd at his houfe in ClementVlane, Lombard- 1 Ruffia, was introduced* to her Majeity at derabie pra&ice. . James's, and wasgraciouily receiveo. . Sunday theit Gracas the Duke and Du- A few days ago died (as was fuppofcd) i4 years eacii. vViiliam Crew, Richard Fox, Thomas Jone^ and Saiah Field, convicted of grand larceny, tiarjfported for feven years each. Jonn Driver, and Edward Eveiy, convicted of pe.it larceny, to be publicly whipped. Samuei, Berry, convifted of an afiault with inrent to laviih Mary Burridge, fined is. 4d, to remain in goal three months, and enter in o a recognizance for his good behaviour, &c. J6hn Kayne^, Tho, Hickfon, John Wil- kins, and Jt>nn Cockrill, difclwrged by proclamation. Saturday laft his Majefty's moft gracious and free pardon was fent to Newgate for George Root, a -perfon convicted /of grand larceny at the lait feifion at the Old Baily, in ftealing a great coat, the property of Mrs. Tielawny; which conviftion has fince appeared to b^ undeferved, and owing J houfe ihire.' Marlbo M Merri in Bull-and-Mouth-ftreer, aged between 60 and 70, but after being laid out about two days, fome fymptoms of life Middle- | wereobfirfved in her, and ihe is fince recovered, and goes about in & good ftate of ton and his Lady fee out from their houfe ia Charle^ftreet, Berkeley-fquare, for their /eat in^fattinghamfliire. -On Saturday laft SirGeorge Warren, Knt. _ and his Lady fet out from their houfe. in Iter, and kept it by him till the price bee John health. We; to Newgate by Sir John Fielding and John Spinnage, Efq; for the fame fadt. Articleso/Intelugence, Qpc from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers' of laft Saturday. ^ It is confidently faid, a certaiu great perfonage fer had bought up near 600 fiikins of but- lhisweek heard co deliver it *s his opinion, tpr -nnrl kpnf If hvhim till tllS Dnce Was- . . ^ ,�/�... .1 1____________-.n.:*r__1 The Right Hon. the Speaker of the Houfe of Commons has, in jiurfuance of an order of ihat hwiourable Houfe, given notice in the London Gazette, that one fourth part of the capftal itock of annuities, after the ttte'of Four pounds percent, per annum, granted in nrfpeit of certain Navy, Vidua!* ling, and Tranfpcirt bills, and Ordnance debentures, delivered, in and cancelled, .pur-fuant to an aft of the third year <tf his Majefty's rdgn, will be redeemed and paid offonihetjtn'dfty of Decembei nexr, after 4tfchargmg'the-,iDtereftthen payable for the fame, agreeable.toih<rdaufesand powers of Xedempiion contained in the faid atts. " Ttey write from Warfaw, that the Polifh troopsaffembling hear Czernichew, are fup-tofed to be deftined for the county of Zips, to give the King of Po!and?s brother poftef-fim of thatStatofty , ah attempt that will probably be attended with much difficulty, unlefsthe mortgage due to the Jtiouie of Auitria be firftdifcharged. r i . r "u r ' u . , _u . a ~ I that fhe fpeedieft method to procure luftice from raifed to fuch a Aim; but upon the reduc- . � 1 c r... 1 . A \ . , . r . I c u - I the Comrr of Vcrfailles, with regard to the tion of the price, by means ot the impor- 1 5 � tations from Iteland, he is obliged to fell it. at two thirds the price he intended ; fo the gieat pleafure of thofe know him beft. Ori Wednefday laft, a.French brig-ioad^ed with Spanifh wool, was itranded off. Rye^ but the people and patt of the cargo were faved. * ^ L Saturday morning as a batlaft boat was. coming up the river, was run down by a Weft country barge near Limehoufe, by frhich accident two men were drowned. e On Friday laft, between eleven and twelve o'clock in the day^a highwayman ftopped an elderly gentleman and his daughter on horfeback, in orie of the laftes between Findhley Common and Mill-*hill i he was overtaken by the Gentleman and Lady in the lane, and after they had pafled him d little way, he rode up to the Lacly, being fome diitance from the gentleman, and de* fired her not to be frightened, as lie would not hurt Ijer or the -gentleman j but that Canada Bills, would he to throw fome obftruc-rions on the Frejich KewfoundJand filhery j their Dbitiiute delay in refilling co do juftice to his Britannic MaJfeUy's fubjeits, being as inani-feft a breach of theJate treaty as thexncit avowed affs of hoftiliry. r ' � ;  ' Letters from Dunkirk complain much of the conduct of the French, who by fome I ooks will Ihonly be opened :o raife a Aim fuffieient for that pur pale. The fcheme for building a bridge from th* horfe-ferry at Chelfea, ro rheoppo/ite ihore, is going to be put into oiteciuion^ by a fuv.fcuptiou of the inhabitants of ClKlfea, Battcrfea, and Wandnvorth. It is faid that the houfes on the fide next th? r Thames, in Old Brentford (at prefent tlie ugjieii and hlthieft town iii England) will f^on l�c pulled down, in order to nuice it the handfcmeil and pleafmrett place in the kingdom, the natural -advantages of the beautiful fpot on which iz flrituff, being perhaps, cqiul to *ny fmurion ia the univerfe j the river3 ths i/i ons of i be Clert-y will be st St Paul's Cathedral on Tueftav \he 7th, anj i\lC Fe At at Merchant-taybr's Hall on Timrfday the ath of STEWARDS. Eitl Gower Lord Bifhop of Landaff Lard Rivcnf**orth Sir Ccorge Pigot, B irt. Sir \'mr.cis Goflinj, Knt. and Alder man Re*, Caj. burton, D. D. Chan". Ojtan Rev. Newcon Ogie, Cano.i cf Sarum, D O. Rev. Wm Pcwell, L.L.D. Ilev.FranciiHtndc; Foot;, L. L. B. Jamrs Galvert, Ffq; Charles Eyre, Efqj RoVcrt Sanxay, Gent- The Mufic will tonfift of Mr. Handsl^ Overture In Efihcr, his new Te Dcum ad lub Ia;e. an Anthem c:imroieu by Dr. Boyce lor this pan cu ar Charity ; the whole w 11 conclude with Mr. Handel'i g'ana Cd-ronitlorv Anthem. Ticke s i\r the Feaft to be h-^d at tne Q^een^-arniS Tavern, It. P.iui'i Chu;c ward, ____[ _ _____ ^ m ___^ ___ V I C T U A L L I N G-0 F F I C E, March 29, 1765. IT appearing by the Accounts received by:he 'Right Hon. the Lords Cominifjioncr* ui his Majeily's Trcjfury from the Office of th^ Treafurer of his Majeify's Navy, that the BilH payable in thoCourie of the Navy, Vi^ualhng Offices, or for Transports, which were brought on or before the 26 th of this Inltant March to the faid Office, purfuant to the Refolution of the Honourable the Hoaie of Commons, do not amount to the Sum of 1,500,000!. And their Lord/hips having bcenpleafed to direct Notice to be given, that purfuant to the faid Refolution all Perfons poffeiTed of Certificates, which have been granted for the fra�Uona^ Parts of fuch Bills, or of Victualling Bilk-, which were made out on or before the 30th Day of June 1764., and do not amount, together with the Interefts thereupon computed to the 6th Day of April next, to iool, may on or before the 5th Day of April next, after having had the Intereft upon fuch Bills marked, in fuch Manner as is mentioned in the faid Refolution, bring the fame to the Office of the Treafurer of his Majcfty's .Navy, and fhail have in Exchange for the famej from fuch Treafurer, or his Paymafler, or Cafhier, a Certificate to the faid Governor and 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 Bills fhall conhft, and upon delivery, thereof, and Payment of fo mucn Money to the faid Governor and Company, as fhall, with the Sums fo certified, Amount to 100I. fhall be entitled to the Annuities and Advantages mentioned in faid Refolution. The Commiffioners for Victualling his Ma-jelly's Navy, do hereby give Notice thereof* accordingly, and that all Perfons j>o{Tefled of Victualling Bills made out as afdrefaid, upoi* bringing the fame to this Office, will have the Intereft due thereon, computed and marked in order to their being carried to the Treasurers Office m Broad Street. This Day was pubiijhyd^ A SECOND VQLUME of E M in QV A K CHURCHILL. By C._____________ Printed for ]^h\ Churchill (Rxecucor to the I1^T, C- Churchill) and W� Flc*ney, i-cir Gray'*-Inn Gaw*5 Hotbcuni; aiuLfoM by G. Keacflev, Ludgace-Hreet C- Hffnd.evfoii> Royal V.xchange , J. Coote, Pater-noftcr Kow j -]^Al9iO|i� Piccadilly f J. Gardineo Parliamerrf- \ Street -^'iti^ Brou^hton, Oxfora. %* Where may be had, Mr. ChurchiJfs Senti^o^ ia Ot>ivc. Pn�c 5 s� CcVu, 17 (H I

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