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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 2, 1765, London, Middlesex                                t From   TUESDAY April 2, to THURSDAY April 4 I / 65. Numb. [Price Twopence Hair-penny March U T luck, by contrary winds, the Harriot Packet-boat, Captain Mar-�haIJ. Plymouth^ March Arrived the 3?-Pitt from cutter a cruize-  Uniry, Graham, from Li Sailed pool \ lie Cumberland cutter on a cruize"; Remain all 1 be oiK\vaaH>onnd Merchant ihips. Poole, April x.  Sailed the Adhve, Heft, for Amlterdam ; and Seahorfe, Chinchen, for London. Ctnves x- Came in the John and Miry, Elms, .from Oporto for I on Jon. Sailed the Lliza&th, Mallard, for Holland. Portfrnoutb,1 dpril 1. Arrived the Prince of Wales, Hummett, from Havre de Grace. Sailed nut of harbour the Guernfey man of war. Cap-uinPalifer; and remains at Spirbead, with the Phoenix, Niger, and Ho-eas, jnen of war. The Eaft and Welt Indiarnau, with the Juno man of war, and'orher ihips for the Weftward, remain at Mntberbank. P Deal,, April*.  Remain the {hips as before. Wind W. S.'W.     _- LONDON 'al large parishes within the libenies of Weft-minder, who lodge and entertain inmates or lodgers, had noticfc given them, that the pari(h officers, in cafe of iicknefes or illnefs, would not receive any lodgers into their work-houfes, unlefs they were parifhioners; and that thofe houfekeepers who entertain them fhould be at the expence of their ill-nefs, and in cafe of death, pay for their funeral. Tuefday came on the eleftion for a Governor and Deputy Governor of the Bank of England for the year enfuing, when John Weyland, Efq; was chofen- Governor, and Matthew Clarmonr, Efq; Depu.y-Gu- DlVlDENDS to be made to Creditors^ April 27. Gilbert Walker, of Market Raffon, in the county of Lincoln, Shop-keeper, at GuUdhaJJ, "London. April 24. John Crocker, oppofire the Manfion- l)ouf-, London, Woollen-draper, at Guildhall. April 26. Oliver Dixon, of Dudley, Worcefier- e. Dealer, at the Talbot Iijji in Stour- Ihire, 'bridge. May in J3- the H:nry NeJfon, late of Addle-freer, p.iriih of St  Alban's, Wood flreer, at Guildhall. London., Broker, at April 30  John Hopkins, late of the town and cotuity of Pookj, Holier and Mercer, at the Crown Tim in Wimborue Mincer, Dorferfhire. vetnor. And yeiterday came on the eledion    Articles ./Intelligence, &>r. from of the 2,4 Dheclors for the jear enfuing when the following gentlemen were cho- fen, viz. Sam. fiea'chcrofr, Efij; Charles �oehm, E'fcjj Daniel Booth, �f(j; Barrho. Burton, fcfrjj William Cooper, Efq; Phil. De la Haize, E% Robert Dingley, Efrj; William Ewer, Efqj John Filher, Efqj Sir Sam. Fludyer, Br. Chri. Hake, ;un. Efq; Robert Marfh, Efqj \ i Tuefday their Royal Highneffes the Dukes   Alex' S^VT of Yotk and Gloacefter were at the Hotife of. Peers, which was the fulleft lince the commencement of the feflions. Tuefday the Lord Eifhop of confirmed feveral Ladies and Gentlemen at the Chapel Royal, St. James's. TomorrpWj being Good Friday, the Right Hon. ihe�ord-Mayor and Aldermen will go in Hate toavteoddivine ferviceat St. Paul's j and there will be a fermon in the afternoon. We hear that a further fum of $8,oool. will be granted for the maintenance and education of the children admitted into the Foundling hofpital for thegyefenx year. On Monday the Comraiffioners of the Navy contra&ed for 400 quarters of wheat for the ufc'of his- Majefly** the port of IfOridw* . Letters from South Carolina mention, that the culture of hemp has encreafed fo greatly in that province, that laft yes** ?he bounty was paid in there upon Jitile lefs than ioo,co.olb. weight, at the rate of 10*. ?d. lterling, or 71s, 8d, currency, on every icolb. weight. Ixtratl of a letter from Providence^ (Rhodt IJland) Feb. 9. " Capt. Angetl, who lately arrived here from Monte^o-bay in Jamaica, informs us, that a few days before he failed from thence, which was qd the 17th of December laft, advice was leceived from Spanilh Town, that the negroes in and about that place, who are very numerous, had formed a horrid confpiracy for raailacreing all the white inhabitants, and taking poffelfion of their elites; for which pur pole they had actually provkteda large magazine cjf arms and am munition of every kind, a little diltance from the town, which being happily difco-vered, their whole plot was laid open, be-Jor6 it was lipe for execution ; That many of the ringleaders were apprehended and fecured, and would foon meet with their deftrts; and that every necellary precaution vaspurfuing to preferve the tranquility of theifland. Thefe rebellious negroes, it appears, intended to have begun theit opera-tiorfs on Chrilhnas-day, by murdering all James -perling, Efq; Robert Saiufuury, Efq; Edmund Wilcox, Efq; Guftavus Brander, Efq; John Cornwall, Efq; Peter Gautfen, Efq; "*Beuj. Hopkins, Efq; Ja.   Haughton  Lang- flon, Efq; *Lyonel Lyde, Efq;, Henry Plant, Efq; *Thomas Thomas, Efq; N. B. Thofe mark'd with * are new ones. Major William Forbes, of ,the $jth regiment,  flationed in Welt Florida, is ap-London I pointed Lieutenant Colonel of that regiment in the room of Lieut. Col. Fletcher, appointed Colonel thereof." Nicholas Sutherland, Efq; of the late 77th regiment, is appointed a Captain in � the nit regiment of'foot, in the room of f the Postscript i 0/ all the Evening Papers .;/ laft Tuefday. It is currently reported, that rwo Cabinet Councils have been held lately on a fubjedt of Capt. M'Ga.cher, who exchanges. On Monday Mr. Alh, jun. was ciiofen Beadle of the Foundeis Company, in the room of Mr. Afh, fen. reiigned, Sunday laft died, at'his houfe in Good-an's-nelds, Mr. Henry Banipton, an eminent Vinegar-maker. Tuefday noon the lower part of a wafh-erwoman s houfe in Jbhn's-coun, Caw^ lane, near Weit Smithtield, was fee on fire by fome fihe linen hanging on a horfe to dry, which catched fire i as many Ihirts, Sec. were confumed as were wordi near the Iud importance ro thefe kingdoms, but chat both broke up without fettling any tiling. It is alfo frid, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke if York was fent for exprefs in order to atliil at one of thef? Councils, at the very in* (taut when he was preparing to fit down to diu-ner at Merchant Tay]orVhaJIyralon� with the Marquis of Granby, �t a t^ble provided on pur-po fc. We are informed that copies of all treaties now fubfhUng between his Majefty and r he Stare of Algiers^ or other Bjrbary powers within the Straits of Gibraltar, will foon lie fu^miued for the infpecUon of an au^ui: A/Tembly. Wre hear a fcheme is now under con/Idcration j for r^gul.iting the trade of Jei~i^y and Guernfey, in a maimer noc only to prevent fmu^gling, but alfo to l�rin� in an annual revenue to the Go-vernmenc of yo,ooo:. X\vo hundred � nd forry-five thoufand fix hundred *ii*.d JiXty-iix pounds, is the fum which we hear wili be ^ranted to make good the deficiency of the grants for the fervice of rhe year 1764. "We hear a general fearch will be made into all the books of every office, and the dead money � will be appropriated ro public tife. ,     We are informed from Somerferfhire and De- * vonihire, trut feveral fubftaiitial farmers in thofe counties are going to try the fuccefs of i planting hops, for which purpofe tiiey are con- J'verting their orchards3 which they find but of j Jittk or no ufe to them at pre fan r, into hop-grounds. j ' It is faid that a fubfeription will ihortly be twenty pounds; fpeedily coming but firemen and engines the flames were exii-n-- j j fet on foot in the county of Hereford, for rying on fuits at Jaw in defence of the  poor { Farmers, againft rhc arbitrary and opp eiiive one Duncan, who within a few years pad had amailed above 1200I. by letting out barrows to euilhed, which happily prevented thenej^n- ! 6r t. P    ,   y . r      1       1 , 1   1 proceetUngs of Lxcitemen. bouihood from being burnt to the ground,   .-1 T      0 ,      .       ,    ,      . , 1 � a     r   ij       j    >     r       -     ^*'t week died, m Hog-lane, Sr. Giles s. it conhiiing chteny or old wooden tiouies.    - 5 0     ' > Monday night lalt, during the debates at a difputing Society a gentleman, very much ; ^^z^6^^ in liquor, entered the room, and being jultly ' offended at fome deiltical expre*liom> that fell from an orator (noted for his contempt of divine revelation) could not help ex-preiling "his difapprobation by fome inter- ruptions, which gave offence to many of j the Members prefent; a diity looking man, and a foldier, who ferved the Society with lemonade and porter, gruffly affronted the gentleman, on which a battle immediately enfued between the foldier and the gentleman, who went below into the kitcnen to determine the affair} the foldier was worked, and in the hurry and confufion, a lharper took an opportunity of itealing a filver lan-kard, withAvhich he ^ot off undifcovered. Tuefday a man was carried before Mr. Alderman Nelfun at the Mantion-houfe, for J obtaining money at the Navy-oifice, by vertue of a power of attorney belonging to the "whhe" people in Spanifh Townfand ] a failor. Upon the examination, tue man after that to march to Kingfton, and every | pretended to have found the above power; other place, and repeat the taoae cruel lcene, till they had gained the maltery of the whole illand, in which they expeded the cheaiful aihliance of numeions bodies of 1 \ I GENERAL   POST-OFFICE, April 2, 1765. CE V E R A L Perfons concerned in the O i legal CoLctiion and Delivery of Lettif s and Packets, in va*L:ts Parts of the gangdom^ have lately been p/ofentteU^ and have paid the. Penal ties of Five Pounds for every fepar&e Offevce* and One Hundred Pounds for every Wkek-Jucb Practice hath been continued; kts Jzajefey's Pofi Majier General therefore^ gives Notice, aiaC&u tun to others. That all Ptrfins hereafter isteHed m cJlefting or delivering Letters contrary to L.iw, vuilt'be prtfe.uted ; ana that the Carriers of Let* ters uhjealedy feived, or tied up, are equjlty Itabls to the (aid Penalties. By Command of the Poflmafter General. Anthony Todd, Secrei�/y* C USTOM - H O USE,   London. April z, 176J. For   SALE, By Order of rhe Hon. Commifliouers of his Ma-jefryYCufroms, (in Purfar.ce of an Act of Act of Parliament of die Third of his urefenc Ma jetty) Oji Tueioay the 16th, "wVbwftJa?' xbe 17th, Thurfday the iHch, a:.d Friday rite wjth ; and hi the following Wefic, Moi-.c'ay the ^1, Wediiefday the 241I:, ami^Timriilay tl.e 2.60.1 of April, 176^5 at 'ltir e o'Clocx in tLe Af* ternoons ot chc faid Diys, will be pm up to Sile, in rhe Long-Room in the Cultom-lioiue, I ondon, rH E following Go-ids^ tuhich are aU lotted in frnatl gxAntitiej) fcr the better Accommodation of the feveral Dealers, as crr.7 us private Perfons, >ivbo ckufe to become PurcL^,s in thofe Commodities, ci�. To l.e Exported, Cambricks or French Lawns, Canihrick Ruffles and Hofoms worked w 11 hThread, Howercd Cambrick A; rons aaid Handkerchiefb, hrorad^ii Sarnns and Silk, and Quihed Petticoat?, Handkerchiefs, and fundry other Siik Ma>.u^ac-tuies, and Variety of Lalt India, prohibited Goods. For Home Consumption. Several Parcels of Bohea anu Greeji Tea, Coffee raw and roaited, Chocolate, fiuiclry i'iecesof Mu/lm, Mtiihn Hankerchie/s, Netkclorhs, liam!-kerchiefs and Ruffles worked with Thread. Nankin Cioth, feveral S^rrs of Iiiun, H!os or Hlojid Lace, Bone Lace, Mens laced Rrf:l-s a;ul Bo inns, I earlier Gloves, Si k Mi:ts, Silk Stocking?, ^ewhgSilk, Dinch Tapes, 5i!teri Thread, Black Pins, Fan?, Snurr-Boxer, Lnnu.e Skins, and cth^r Fans, U'ax ajid Spnn;a Cseti Candles, Polilh'd Cliryilal. Conuhan and Mochi Scones, different Sorts of Stones fet in Gold and Silver lor Ear*rings,&c. Sword Hilts and Sword Blades, Necklaces, Lacquered U'are, Mother of Pearl, QiudnHe Bo^es, l llh Counters and Bead*, Rough and Cut Garners. Walking Canes, Sagoe, Pin-culhions of R\c?, Rhubarb, Spaniih Liquorice, Fire Anns (Gold and Silver I-nce and Apparel to be burn') China W^re, Wine in Cafts and Bottles, Britilh" Compound, Soy, Tammannds, Green Ginger, Prefervcd Orange?, Grocery oi dtfi'erent Kinds, Beii Feathers, OJd iroji, Olu e Oil, a Ship's Boat and other B.^ats, with Furniture, Deals, Gim Flints, Wool, Wcnl Flo ks, WoollenThrumbs, Wonvd, Yarn, and i'oba ro Athes, and fev ral Sores of .other Goods, as wiil be mentioiud hi the Catak�gcev lie Goods to be [een or tafled at the Kinv's W'lyeioitfe at the Cuftom� Houfe^ London^ ar.d at the Tcbacco Ground Rotherhttke, the  \iti . and x^th Days of April next, from Sine to One in the Mcrnhzg-s, and on the Days of Sale. S\ B. The Tea to be feen in the Afterno:ns of the fa id'bays only. H& King's Head Ixn, upon the Key, at Newealth unpen T . e, .are Mr. Rc'/>d's, dece.'.fed, will b? czm.A on by his WiJow \ wluri Genclcir.en may ^ rp-nd on the belt Enterrain.-ient, and bo e tl.eir old Friends wiJl conth:ue their Favours. S~JYIrs. Brooke, of Worceiterv intends retiring at \Vhitfuntide ncx-, Mrs. Savigny, \v ho is to fuct.ee , run, iy intreats a ConriniHiice of the Favours or" thole Ladies who have before ej:co;.r.i  tha: could keep uuoo deck, on account of fic&nefs.' - The Roya-1 Charlotte, Capr. Clements, WHEREAS, on Sunday tht March lafl^ about Eleven o1 Kiohty a Gang $f Smugglers, to the Number of Twenty, or thereabouts, ^amud with Fire Arms, and ether effenjive Weapons, were ajfembled on the North Sure, near PuoIe in t^ County of Dor-fet) in crder to Le aiding and ajpjii'jg in the carrying away a larg-e Quantity oj iea : And whtreas Lieutenant Edward Ljo'jjh, Commander of the Folkftwe Cutter, in the Seriise of the Cujhmsy with ftveral o[ the Men belonging to the j.irne, were endeavouring to feize the fauiT-ui, and tn preventing the fame bei?rg refatrd fro >i tb*m after Seiztirey forcibly and v:\\e?:tly cbjlntcied^ hindered and wounded in t,,e lLx:�uu:n .n.d Dif barge of their Duty. The Commtjpcners vf bis Majef?fs Cuftoms, order to bring to Juftice the faid Cffmders, tn do Jonathan U'atioid, chinch, Spitabrields, pariih Middkfex, Dyer,  to appear April 12, 13, and May 14, at Guild-, hall, Loudon. forTn&ia. has been diove aground by the | John GreenUow, the younger, lite of Wood violence of the wind in Margate loads, but fte was got off by throwing all things upon tafc weiboaid. She has received lu much carnage that (he mult be repahed befoie Ihe tanpfoceedon her intended voyage. TTie Poftmafter-geneval has ordered, that a boat whh two watermen, fha,U for the future attend to bring and carry leiteTs.,10 and "from'all Ihips lying between Nonh-fleet Hope and ihe iiope, tp commence Tomorrow. On Monday the houfekeepers in the feve- flreet, London, Innlioldcr, to appear April 12 13, and May 14, at GtuldiiaJl. Thomas \Vatts� of the pariih of St. uilesin the Fields, Middle lex, Vitlualler-, toappe.r April , 22., and M^y 14^ at GuildhaJi, Loudon. Bankruptcies poftfomJ. Thomas I�!ant,/of Fenclurch-lbeer, in rbe pa-nih of .Sc. Catherine Coleman, Londoh, Victualler, to appear May 11, at Guildlull. Anthony Duclaii Lavaleita, lute of Wardour-itrecr, 5ob6, Middlci'eXj Merchant, to appear May iS9 ac Guild^U^ London. hereby promife a Reward of r 1 v t y J'oundj, to any Per Jon or Perfons who fu.id dfcover and apprehend, or caufe 10 be dfuvered and apprehended, any one or more 0; the f.itd offender or Offenders, over atd above any Kew.zr.i given by Atf of Parliament, t: be paid by the Reierzer General oj bis M.fefty's Cufroms on Convilhon, fcr each Ptrfn fo dijecvered and co , in Purfnance of the late Ad of the ujh of hts late Alajefty* to be paid by ihe R'ieiler GiMcal�?/ lu AL\)cflyls GujiomSyUpon.Convitttoit. c \ To be SOLD, AFreehold Eftate at Harlington in the Count}* of Bedford, oJJcd n,e Ukasge j conhiiing ojFra Meifiuge or Maniion Houfe, With proper Convenience, and fevemj*-five Acres of Hue Faihue around. The UThole lies very compact to^eciier, is idff.ciently ttoc*ed wuhTinilkir, and remarka!Wy well warered H.irlingron Grange is tlurt}-iix Mihs Irom London, iix from Lurou, iix from ^ churn, five from Amprhill, and three from TcxUing-ton, all Marker i'o-.x-jif, F'or Farcicu^ars enquire of Mr. Lncas, No. d. Pump-Court, A'iiddle Temple; or of Mr. Ked-daJI, at t\er�horc, near Wohurn, HeUrordihire. four Thonland ,Fo?Uids, or I'art 01 it, u ready n be Jenc on real Security. hlj:
                            

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