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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 4, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Ntimb. 584a From THURSDAY April 4, to SATURDAY PRIL [Price Two-peace Halfpenny Port/mouthy April 4. Rrived a�d tHK* into harbour, $W Amphitrae, Jup-^ per; and Happy .Return, FrieudJy, jr. ^rondel. Arrived ac Spithead, rheWiHiam^Capr. Barnes, fr. South-Carolina. S 4 fled put  of liarljour,' the Vidor^ Drtumzi for AmftercUra; the BaR and Weft Iudiamen, with thfc Jiuio maiiof tvar, and other (hips, for the Wettward.   Re- trains at Motherbank, at Spitbead, the Guernsey, Phcwtt, Solebay, Niger, and Boreas men bf war. Zfc*l, A�*r y the jiativcs of Guam and (he rther Marian illands, with which he will -underrnJ;^', in Rood weather to Grocer, the corner of Threadneedle-ftreet, was elefted without qppofitiQn. Same day Mj-. Burroughs was appointed Veftry Cletk.of the parifh of Sr. Martin ra the Fields, in the room of Mr. Crofts, who has refigned. Sittingsappoihted-in. London and Middie-fex before the Right Hon. Sir Charles Pratt, Knt. Lord Chief Juftice ef his Majefty 5s court of. Common Pleas ?at Weilmihfter, in and after, Rafter Term, pafs between Dover miiuues. It is uid tliat ;:.e � ported ir.ro .v.C with a prohibition from hent? r? Olais in feveaty-five GENERAL   POST-OFFICE, April 2, 1765-. SEVERAL Perf ms concerned hi the illegal CclleSion and D? livery of Lean's and Packets, in various Parts of the Kingdom^ have laitly been profeevttd^and have paid the Penalties of Five Pounds for every fiparate Offence* and One Hundred Pounds for every Week fuch Pracfice bath been continued \ bts niajefiy^ ivrf Mafter General, therefore, gives Notice% as n Caution to others, That all Per fans hereafter fateHed tn cillt&ing or delivering Letters contract to Lafp, wit!be pryecuted \ and that the Carriers of Utters unjeatedy fewed, or tied up, are equally habit to the /aid Penalties. 1     J 4By Command of ike Pofimaper General. Anthony Todd, Secretly- HOSPITALS forth* Small-Pox and Inocl'latiov. HE Anniversary Feast of the Governors of tt;is Charity, wiil beheld at Draj-ersHall in Thro^monon-SiJtct, on Thurfclay the ayth Inifcuor, after a Sznuon, prcach'd beftre his Grace the Dt;Ke of Marlbo-rougiij Prrtitfent 5 the Vice Prehdents ar.d Go- vcriiors, by the Rev. Uichard Eyre, D4 D. ac Sr. Andrew's Churdi hi HoJbcKirn. Prayers to Ivgijj ac Eleven o'Clock. 8   T   K   W  A   R   D  S. S^r George Pi^r, Barr. bir S^pftuius Kobiidliii, Knr. Hxrldvv     TrecothiuXj Eii{\ Aldermiu Huinphry fiturr, E% Rol^ert Child, Eiqj Thomas Fletcher, ff Tiipiiias Trunuji, hJqy 1 - t   * h       ^   L Scorch coals im- on be lowered, ^��ing re-eitjwtcd but thofc be- Middlesex.- i London. *TEd\v Holdeu CrXfttettden, BfiJ; John Harrifoa, Efqj Frederick Pigou, Eft]; Tliocnas Rows, Eftj; William Webber, �% 1217 1x09 May Friday, Thrirfdar, TKdrrday> ' Tuefday, After Term. April 26 -Tuefday,  April z 9 Fnda"/, Thurfday, After Term. 6 16 16 1 1 John Pwrlixig, Efq; * Charles Chambers, Efq;    -- 1170 The above were in both Lifts. 910 901 887 88 j 884 88x 878 *874 861 John Man (hip, Efij; Jolui Boberrs, Efg; Henry Cr�tU> Bonlton3 Efq; George Dudley9 Efq* Hemy Savage, �fq; George Cuming, Efrj; Jofias Du Pre, �fq; Henry-Hadky, Eftjj * Fitz-Williams Barrmgton, * Tliomas Saiuiders,- Efig Charles Cutts, Efqj * John Stephen (bu3 EPj; Jofeph^CiefvvicJc, Efijj Luke Scr* fton, Efq; m Edward WheJer3 Efq; * Robert Jaiics, Eftjj John Par doe, -Efrj; Thofe marked thus * are new ones. The following is the Fc*ther$ Tavern Lift, none of -which were chofeu. I Sir James Cock^nrn, |! Charley Boddam, Efcg 1 Gear& Hayl�y% Efnj , t William-Sue^ E% t Giles Rooke, E% George Edwards, Efq; Tuefday,   May zi Wednefday, MajtiM. Sunday was married, at St. Borolphj %gate, Mr. Edward Bufby, FeIlhiongjB^Qt;X'he 'Borough, to Mifs.Either Smithy? of-.jfetf J-g'toaiiT" Minories. * *'  ^  f  7-     � longing K> rhe ?iTVJ The pror of 1 crr.ii-a jMrifb in this city j have jUtely been iuou^ht home from a village, iV>t imrry i^yJes from towl^' Where they had teen farmed, ic rppearipg ro the OverT:cr?5 rh^t they had beea f^d tfce Uefh of a cow rhac died in cdving, and oA6r unwholefome meat. We 'tikrri '^pm EdinSmgh, that the late in-tmd.irifihs-b�rrhe river Tay have doJie conflder-jdrje damage by carryhig away boats, bridges, and^rear numbers of lheep and cattle, and that Perth was for two days rendered accefiible only The  Molt  Hon.   the Man] of Taviltock The Molt   Hon. the Manj. 0/ Grznby The Right Hoji,  the Earl of Albemarle The Right Hon.  the Loid NV;irkworth The Hon. the Baron de Aguilar N. B. No Servants but thofe of the Officer*, IVobiiky, Aidtrjijeji and 5tewarUs, will be ad* n^itted. Tickers for theFeaft to be had ar the following CofFee-houfe, at.rive Shillings each,, viz. John's, in Cornhill ; Garraway's, in Exchange-  Alley ; Child'?, in Sr. Pau/s Church-Yard j Yanl; Waghoru's, Court of Requeits; Cocoa-Tree, PaJl-MaJl; and the Mount in Grofvenor-nor-Streer. The Hall will be well aired and kept Warm befofc^      on the Feaft Day. Rob; Reynolds, Sec. Land Carriage FISH-OFFICE* King-Street, Wettminfter. MR. BLAKE having been informed  that a Rejwt has been indultriouily propagated, that the Sale of FiOi, under tne Diredtion of this Office, was, or would foon be, diicoutinued (on Accoiuit orforhe particular \ 85o 849 848 840 8.7 8,3 811 ^ Laurence Sulivan, Efq-f ^George Dempfler, Efq; $ Roger Boehm, E% I William George. Freeman, Efq*, f Richard. Smith, Efq; f Robert Burrow, Efq; t JPbn Boyd, Efq-, Eft; ft Richard Warner, j| Timothy Tullie, Efq; I William James, Efq; t| Jofepli. Sparks, Efq; 547-5t8 yon  } 467 449 447 446 433 43* 418 419 408 38i Marked thus t were Jatery in the Direction. Thus i intended t  when an accufer certifies upon oath a hA againft any one, the grand Jury \ :he couaty'<:annot refufe to produce a v;.i'bCcufauona^inft.ihe pretended cuU-,vd the la*t�r cannot prevent the ' . the.fact of which he isaccu-fid. ^ of n^ions .do, not pet rah a ' -   - \ -iUi a public charafter from On Saturday at noon dr$d, Mrs. Arraiger, wife of the Hon. Lieutenant-General Armi-ger, at his houfe in Upper Brook-ftreet: (he was youngeft filler to the late Sir -William Bunbury, Bart. On Monday laft died, at her houfe in Ho*ton-fquare, after a few hours illneft, the Right Hon. Lady Vifcountefc Molineux. On Tuefday died at his feat near Guildford aged 58, John Bagnal), Efq; a gentleman of great fortune, and a Jultice of the Peace for Surry. On W-ednefday night John Skinner, an ancient man who fells oranges and lemons about the ftreets, quarrelled in Gray's-Ian Lane, with a woman that he cohabited whh, and ftabbed her in the bre3ft with a knife, of which wound fhe expired; the aggreffor immediately made his efcape. % It is remarkable amongft the perfons that o.n Thurfday received his Majefty's bounty, there was a woman who was ro6 years of age, lednn by two other women. In the hurry of the diftribution, two flatters of fi{h were ftoleby a fliarper, and carried off. We n it, and on the other pare of the tree are leaves and blotfomsin full bloom. They write from Briflol, that forty-eight conple of blood-hounds were ftjipt from thence a few days ago, on commiffion from New-York, where the breed of thefe ufeftil animals ar* to be kept up for the benefit of that province. ExtraQ of a letter from Shtebec^ to a Merchant in London, dated Dee* i$. cc At prefent here feems to be a very flrong conreft between the Civil and Military. Greit jealouiy prevails, and it is believed perfons are employed ro bring an accoiuit of what is �ud. Paf<(uinades are very frequent, and many of them have come up by the poll from MonrreaK One was found palled up in the Market place at Quebec, of which I hwve fehr you a copy. Several councils art held, but the obje�ls of fomeMeafure, prejudiced the ."ales at thofc which remain openThis is therefore to allure the Nobility, Gentry, and ot ;ers, that the S^le of Fifh, both by Land arid Water Carriage, frill continues in the Shops at the following Markets, viz. Lea de iVh a r. l, Honsv-Lanh, ClarEj St. Ja m es's, and Sh e?pard's, May-Fair. 3* rjbem are kept.an entire fecret. Copy of the Pafquinade pafltd up in the Marketplace at Quebec*  o.aft. fat them, and will prevent many ItrjtpeikJons&. Mr. BJake hopes his Places of SiH^viii foon be furnilh^d with a mow rigxtiftA 4dpply"of Land Carriage Fiih than for ISrne Weeks paft ; the Want of which has been owing, not oaiy ro ftormy Weather, but alfo that, in the Months iV February and March, rhe'FiIh arc always frarcer than any other Months in the Year, and go farther orr rhe Coalt: Moieover, chere has beeii the greareft Scarcity of ail Kinds of prime Fith, on every Part of our Coaft, this Winter, than has been known thefe many Year?. *** Early Mackerel is expedtedto arrive fome Time next Week. A R A C A Very large Parcel, now in the India Comjany's Warehoufes, for Exportation for Home Cortfumption, to Ijc fold at 6 a. per Gal-Jon Advance on the Company's Sale j and % la'Re Quantity of very ilroug, and Qf a moft excellent Flavour, at xas. ^Gallon. JAMAICA   R U Mf The belt that can poflibly be imported, by tht Piece or Puncheon, ac 8s� 9
                            

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