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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 11, 1765, London, Middlesex - - - rm. - -r Numb. 584$ From THURSDAY April ii, to SATURDAY April. 13 [Price Two-pence Half-penny. Plymouth, April Eiterday arrived roe \ Swift iloop of war from Jamaica. The wind at weft, and all the o�\v*rd-bonud trade remains. , Pool, April 10. Sailed the Flora, Courtin, for Sonrtx Carolina Vine, Pally w** ---- J foiindkiltl; .vail Hefcock ncl- tkrt, for Dartmouth. , Deal, Aprils. CaiM Awn yeOerday, and coaft ^va�i-bo�nd, ihe Nautilus, Tou.au,, for Virginia. Lillies, Forbes, for Lifcon ; Har-�3 Richardfon, and Paribus, War, for J^L? Montague, V. ere, and Ordnance Lp Iflbella, Edwards, for DuWuu Came So?" yeftcrday the Hard.vkk Eaft.lndxaxrran, Xem^s with tUe four Eaft Indjanrn as be-fofe, and moft of the otmvavd-bound W>ndW. WrA,.f//Hy ^,7 11. Pafi by elie Friendflup, ^ " Prince of Wales, Cox, from BaU, from Georgia-, and Charlotte, Lcghor HiH, Oporto ARRIVALS at the following PORIb. At Briftol, Quebec,-flrovrn, from 1TT*' At Jamais, Proper, Thomas Mxlford, Lor-rain ; and Henry, Watkins, from Jamaica ; Britiaia, Daniel j and Hope, Harnfon, from At the Grenades,1 Fly, Hurley, from Briftol. At Hamburgh, Africa, Watt, from South Ca- Attirginia, Job* and Prieftly, Thompfon, from London. _ At Yarmouth, PLindealing, Willing, from Lifbon L � - ^ c Thurfday there was a great Court at br. Majefties. feveral James's :Tent. Family, and foreign M WSunPdraerher Royal Highnefs the Princefs Amelia was at Court 10 pay her compliments � jKl tT^Co^s of Shelburne was fatwducid to her Majefty, for the firft time fiDce marriage/by the Couo-tefsof Pomfrer, and was graciouily received. Same lay Lord George Sackville came to town from his feat in the country, to his houfe in Pall mall. We hear a ftop will be put to the prad ce of buying and felling places in the public offices; and the difpofol of commons in the army be put under particular reftric- tions. Ma Church-vardeq, was by a great majority eiefted again for the year enfuirig. On Monday laft the parifh officers of St. Stephen Coleman-ftreet, came to a refoLu-tion to purchafe a piece of ground for burying the dead, there being no more room for that purpofe in their church yard. Thurfday the eftates of Edward and Thomas Lewis, Efqts. were fold ar Mr. Lang-ford's, in Covent-garden, for 7 ? M i. M by the carcafs butchers to the cutting ones a: four pence farthing per pound. Laft week a Lady of fortune, near Ciren^ cefter, in Giohcefterfhire, in the yah*year of her age, was married to her Buiier, a. young man of twenty. Sunday Jail vcasmarried at Durham,.Mr.-, George Bearcroft, Merchant of that city," toMifsSarah Hallifax, of Sundeihod. - Thurfday morning was married at Sc. Andrew's church, Holbpmn, James Hub-bald, Efqj Chief CWk'Of the payment at the Pay-office; to Mifs PauQcefon, daughter of the late Edward Pauncefort, Lit}; of Early Court, Berkfhrre. Mifs Siephenfon, daughter to the Lprd-Mayor, continues as well as can be wifhed^ bur-his Lordfhip not having had the fmall- liesat his houfe in Thames-ftreer, but nighr, but foon after taken by the Watch, wasexamined at Guildhall, and committed to ^few^jte. Articles c/Intelligekce, S^f. f^em the iJosT5CKiPT> cf all tbg Evening F'apeis *j iaji Tiiurfday. Tlu?y ware from Peter/burgh, rhat a Ruffian army will foon be /ormed on the borders of Turky, u confluence of fome late advices revived from the Ruflian minifter at the Ottoman Porte. According ro advices from good hands, the Regency of Dautzick have refo.ved to nuke the King of Poland a very conhderable free-gift, in graceful' acknowledgment of ins Majefty's favour and indulgence in' confirming the privileges, liberties, and prejoganves of rhat ciry. Lerters from France mcwiou, that ic was expected Cherbnrgh and two rtther towns on the coalts of rhe Brinih Channel, would foon bedcclatedfree ports. By the � GkEAT cua orders _____ be giTOi on Monday l\. the iytn Intlant, from Ten ik the Morning tUI Six iii the Afiernoon, at tlie Prince** Chamber, hear the Houfe ofPeefs; where the Tickets for the Trial of Lord Bynui will .be delivered. The Tickets for ihe Lord Great ChambefIain's Box and Gall.ry, will !*dehvered at his Houfe in Berkley Square, l>etvveeji the Hours of Eleven in t1i? Forenoon and Seven in the Ev^ningj on Mor.day the ifdi Inftant." The Reception for clie Peers Tkkets, and rh* Tickets for die Lord Great ehamberjaui's but and Gallery, will be at the Great HaJJ Door^ ailjoining to New Palace Yard \ and the Doors before tight o'clock. thePeerefTes, &Cc. to the t Sean ; alfo cnofe that go into' lus Ma pity's t�ox$ tlie Quren's Kor, th^ Royal Family's gox^ the Lord Hujh StewardVBox, and the Foreign-Em-bafladoT's Hox, will be at the Door that leads to the Houfe of Peers in Okl Palace Yard ; which Door will be open a little before Eight o'CIock. SirWilium'johnfon, at prsfcnc in Norrh J y q S PI T A L S for thfi Small-POx and America, is expedlcd ro arrive ui EngJaud by pox houfe do bu/inefs, but fees no company. - Laft week died, at his houfe jn Doffet-fbire, the Rev. Michael felting, D. D. rector of Wyke Regis, near Weymouth. Monday lift died, at Plymouth, John Chandler, Efq} who has been many years in the commiliion of the peace for the coun- low their example. the middle of June next; having certain important plans, it is faid, to lay before the Mi* niftry, tending to rhe great, advantage of the Bntilh American Empire, which fome unaccountable opposition has hi:herco rendered entirely aboitive. b Tiiey wrfte from Jamaica, that great numbers of fcriuih fubjedts, whofe conttirution did not agree with rhe climate of the Grenadoes, and the other new fertlements, were retired with theirefiedls ro Santa Cruz, a fine, healthy, Danifh i/ldnd, and reckoned the Montpelier of the We if Indies, and alfo a f;ec porr, which it was thought would induce many others ro fol- London, in order to prefent a petition to be allowed a farther time for the conveying the'u effefts frotn that place. On Wednefday and Thurfday all the let-, ters brought by the Venus man oi war, arrived from Jamaica, were brought to town, and amounted to more than jooo. The Elizabeth Conftantia, from Liverpool 10 Hamburgh, is alhore at Liverpool. The Golden Grove, Chitty, from Cork to Halifax, is loft on Black iiland on the coaft Of Rhode Ifland, but it is hoped the greateft part of the pork and butter will be faved. , , . His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Colonel William Taylor, of the 91U regiment, to be one of his. Majefty's Aids de Camp. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint the Rev. Kaye Mawer, A. M. Chaplain 10 the fecond battalion of his firft, or loyal regiment of foot. His Majefty has appointed Lieut. W il-lism Hendeilbn, to be a Captain Lieutenant in the 4ih (or King's own regiment of foot^ in the room of-Soulby, Llq; who retires.. On Monday laft the Right Hon. Lord Craven was fworn into the office or High Steward of the borough of Newbury, on which occafion his Lordfhip gave a very grand entertainment 10 ihe Corporation and Gentlemen of the town and neighbourhood : And the Corporation,' by their Recorder, Roberr-Vanfittarr, Eiqj defireu hi* Loidfhip 10 ftt for his pitfure, to be put up in their town-houfe, which his Lordlhip was pleafed 10 confent to j and we hear the fame will be painted by Mr. Taylor. Thurfday Mr. Alifopj an eminent Hatter of St. Clement Danes, and Mr. Kidgel, an eminent Wine Merchant of St. James's, were fworn in Chief Burgefles of ihi city and liberty of Weftminfter. On Thurfday came on the election tor Church-wardens ofS\ Ann, Black-fmrs, when Mr. William Slade, the late uppef ty of Devon. Tuefday died, inCannon-llreer, Mr. William Boyd, Merchant. Thurfday died Mrs. Wilcox, a perfon who fold tripe for many years in Cow-crofs, and who by lending out money in fmail fums at intereft, amaffed the fum of 1 joc J. Capt. Brown, of the Araherft, from South Carolina, was blown overboard in a gale of wind, and loft, on his paffage home. Thuifday the body of a young man was taken out of the Thames, betwixt Srainf-bridge and Datchet, who proves to be the fervant of Mrs. Giamer, St. Ann's, Soho, who had given him leave on Monday last to go and vii'u his friends at Windfar ; /'. is thought this accident was occasioned by the waters being "much out at that place. The horfe he rode on was found near the-above place. - * - A few evenings fince a parcel Came up by one of the Southampton ltages, whtn a Cuftom-houfe officer attended, and infilled on fearching the fame, imagining it to be French lace j but oo examination it prjbved to be Irifh linen j in the infide of ^which w.ere found Bank notes concealed to the amount of nine hundred and ninety pounds. The book-keeper very honeftly tied up the and carried it to a gfcmlemin who Wc hear a bill is preparing ro be brought before an auguft affembly for puniihiug mutiny and defertion, and for the berter providmg quarters for ihe troops in America j to which a claufe is to. be added for allowing troops to be biliited in private, as well as public houfes. We hear that a bill will be brought into parliament, this k&\on> ro encourage the Porcelain manufactures in Ureat Britain, by allowing a considerable bounry on rhe exportation. Tuefday J oft a waggon was ova turned by the violence of the wind at Bourn-bridge, near Newmarket, and one man killed on the fpot. An elderly vvomail, who for fome years has fuuaited by charity, died lately in Tutrenham Court Road, worth upwards of 70b I. and by her wiJJ has bequeathed it all to a Carpenter in that neighbourhood, who ufed to be a great benefactor to her. w again whofe property n was, who put up at ?n Inn near Holbpurn-bridge, and acquainted him with all the concomitant drcutnftances, rOM - HOUSE, Lo A^ril a, 1767. 4EREAS, on Sunday the l^tb of March Ltfiy about Eleven o'clock at Kiqht) a Gang ef Smugglers, to the Ktembet of Tv)enty, or tbereab:uts, armed with Fire Arrns^ and otbtr offensive Weapons^ were ajfembled on the North Sk>ere> near Poole in the Cou/jty of- Dor-fet) m order to be aiding and njjijline; in the carrying away a targe Quantity o\ lea : And whereas Lieutenant Eaward Down, Commander cf the Fctkfijne Cutter, in the Service, of the Cuftonn, with feveral of the Men belonging to the fame, were endeavouring to Jeize the faid Tea, and in who with great �difficulty1 was induced to 'peventtng^ejamebetngre^ vvnouiwi . w jf _ ir*d Dijchargc if their Duty* The Commijpwers cf his Majefly's Cujloms, in order to bring to Jujhce the /aid Ojfenderj, do hereby promfe a Reward c/Mftv Pov s d ^, to any Per/on or Perjons who [ball difa*uer and apprehend, or caufc to be dyfo-vered and apprehended, any one or more of the faid Offender or Offenders, over ar.d above any P^ewarj gtvm by Ati of'.......... - General of his M eaeh Perfon fo di/covertd ana1 co'.viHed : And if any of the faid offender or offenders do find fto all, within three Months from the Date hereof, difco-ver to the faid Commiffioners two or more of his or their Accomplice or Accomplices, and caufe them to be apprehended, fo that they may be brougit to Jujlicey and ccnviHed of the faid Offence^ the fa'd Offender or Offenders, fo difevering, fiall be acquitted and dtjtharmed from fucb bis or ihttr AS of' Parliament^ to be paid by the Receiver ijefiy's Cullcins on Conviction, for _Jence, and receive the like Reward tf*Fitly Pounds, in Purfuance of the late AH of the ic,tb of bis late Majefty* to be paid by the Receiver General of his Majeflyys Cu(loms,upon Conviction. j. fremantle. WANTED immediately. Sober Perfon, that is a go d Hand, and can be well recommended, for an Or^aniit, at Sr. Neors, in the Counry of Huntingdon. -The Salary is 301. a ^ear. Enquire of the Church-warden*, at Sc. Neots foK-laid Brodi. &Tg eft cuttody, that have long infefted this city andfuburbs, fet on by oneGambo, a noted Jew, not yet taken, and the two Jew women, it is�xperted fomeconfiderable difco-veries will be made at the re-examination of the two women, on Monday fnorning next, before the faid M'agiftrate. . On Wednefday a fellow, who robbed a Bi- Wi lNOCtJLAT*e*f. HE Anniversary Feast of the Governors of this Charity, wiJl I* held at Drapers Hall in Thro^monon-Smet, on Thursday rhe a^th Inlhinr, after a Sermon^ preachM before his Grace the.Dake of-Marlborough, Prehdent ; the Vice Prehdencs and Governors, l>y the Rev. Richard Eyfe, O. D. ac St. Andrew's Church iii Holbouru. Prayers ro begin st Eleven o'CI^ck. S T E W A R D S. Sir George Pigor, Har^. Sir Srinirqus Robuifon, Knri Barlow Trecothick, F/v\ Alderman Hurrtuhry ?turr, Ei^jj Roljert Child, hfq; TJionias Fletcher, Ef�* Thomas Truman, IS<\\ The JVIoft Hon. the Marc;, ot Ta\iltock The Molt Hon. the Marq. of Gran by The Right Hon. rhe Earl of Albemarle ' The Right Hon. the Lord Wark worth The Hon. the Baron de Aguilar N. H. No "Servants but thofj of the Officer^ Nobility, Aldermen and Stewards, wiii be mitted. Tickets for the FmH ro be had at die following CofTee-houfe, at five Shillings eac! , vu. John's, in Cornhili ; Garraway's, in Ex can give lnformatioji of rhe faid William Guthrie's Deadu and wiii make Proof thereof ri�ey fhafl be amply 4ccompenced .for their 'JroubTe, in rhe Clofeat Litchfield ; with a very large and pJeafaiit Garden. _ * Enquire of John Fletcher, Efq; at Litchfield. To be LET T, Tiie firft of June next, ROSTEND EN-HALL, near BeccJrs; a fijie healthy Situation^ all entirely new fitted up, com pleat ly hiung with Pa- pers, and Wainicoting new painted ; conliiling of a large Dra\\'ing�Room, two Parlours, a Hall, large JDreflir.g- Room, and four Bed c ham ben, with Garret?, Kitchen, Butler's frintsy, and all $ori% of Offices, with Stable an3 Coach houfet and'twelve Acres of Land in Garden and Paf-rure ; the Liberty cf Sporuug on a fine Manor three Miles from rhe Sea. Loudon Stage paffes twice a Week within two MiJcs, the Poll three Times a Week. Knquire of Mr. Aldus, in Bedford-'S:reet, Bedford Row ; or of John Dame!, hfq; at Froiten-deji 111 SurJolk. N. H. I^'s ui the Road from Loud m to Var- moiiih.__ " To" be sold to the beft Bidder, Li rhe Month of June i*eu, Freehold Mefluage and Farm, called Ch a a d l h Pa kk; httiate at CheaJIe in die County of Stafford, containing a'lourtu-ee hundred Acres.of Arable, M:;utow and Pait :re Land ; lying all together in a Ring fencv, and now lett to one Tenant eiog hi ^ocxl Condition, and 411^ quite new ; with the Hay, tVc. I ir:e-wi!ea Set ot"new Hor-ljal Frances, a/M a hand- N- The to !*c9i!i Ain;itUy :he 2id A is ibid. �lliM. "v Note, The loweft Prices will be fixed on eac^" <^<�^ Article, -without an y Abatement. / ^ *i
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