London Evening Post, April 13, 1765

London Evening Post

April 13, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 13, 1765, London, Middlesex -�J* J Numb. 5844 From SATURDAY TUESDAY April 6 *7 f Price Two-pence Half-pen From the London Gazette* Naples, March 19. H li Primtes of Tarda and Ra� fada], the Dukes of TttTfi, Bruz-zano, Andria, Traerta, and Ca-labritto, have been appointed Gentlemen of the Bedchamber to his Sicilian Ma-jeft^: The Buk* of Calabritto is fince dead. Venice, March zz. /According 10 advices received^?'Jhe magiftrates of Health from the ProveditOi - General in Dalmatia, the Jateftof which #e of the 6th inftant, only two perlonstiad died of the plague in that province in forty days, both in the village yf Gtaflenfco in the territory of Sign. The epidemical riiitemper-among the horrje4 to the Kumt r or ISofnialmd part Ep March 10. The Kiflg of Sardinia Jhas.thiswe^k: been indifpofed with a fmaU fever, t which confirmed hiia.io his room for a fe^days/W is n of Hoxton in Middlcfex, Broken To appear April 2.5, Mny i3 zy3 at'Gtuldhfill. WiHiam Forreftcr, of Hounflow, Liuncn-dra-per. To appear Ajril 12> 2.5, May 25, at GiuldhaW; V/ifiiam Cox, of Fenftanron, in Huntingdon- To appear April 17, 20, ay, % ij, at the George Inn in Fen-ftantoi). Abraham Prdabet, of Canterbury, Innholder. To appear April i8j aij May 25, at the GuildliaU of Canterbury. dividend to be made to Creditors. Peter CufHcy, of Colchefter hi EfTex, Ironmonger. To appear May 9, at the King's Head in Cokhefter. Certificate to h* allowed. May 9. Aaron Bnuidou and Samuel Cottiffb?, of New London-flreec Merchants. Saturday lajl arrived two Mails from cution, or at leaft that nothing of that kind will be eftabiifhed without the approbation of oar Court. Ic is thought from fome circumftances, that the matriage of the Prince of Pruflia wjth the Princefs of Brunfwick, wiH be celebrated here in June next. Vienna^ March ij. The Hereditary Prince of Hefie-Darmftadr, a Geperal in the King of PrulEa's army, is going to enter into the feryice of 4he Emprefs Queen. HisHigh-nefs is expected here fooa with the Princefs his fpoufc. v: , . r Paris, Jpnl i. We hear that 16 Peers'of Jied a triemorial for j raviving the ancient rights which xhe .JPeers. claim to be due tp them. They p&tciid-that the Epufe of Peers is_ Jibing" tnfire* than an Affembly of thevPeer^.'ai which-the King prefides.; that^hfs' Court exifts ' effentially by ufelf, aiid\U independent.of-|,Tor ftealin^.a Qlirra^.d-one(ilk.handkerchref,, the parliament of Paris;- rft the delihera- tiofts of-which tbey may neverthelefj? aflSft' when they think proper, or w'fiefi they are .invited fo to'do.' It is even-reported that 'the Duke de Sully, one of the Peers, li3s obtained leave from the King, to piefent' this executigjn ( u. vi2, Charles Sebrey, -far r ftealin^ a Bank note of 10 1. and 20.I. it money, &c. out of the houfe of Mij, Co Hi pi on i.'&ichard Peiry and John Tayloi*f for a hurglary in the houle of Mrs. Meriiey. at Poplar ; jarnd John Cook-, for-forgery., t Johj> HaH, for (leal rng nine guineasfrpni his matter, John Tynar, was refpited. I ,t WUU^fa. J&ucl, who was -executed 3^ ' Kenniiigton-common laft Friday latt, fgp -i robbing Mr. Qappy of a guir-ei and fomQ jlfilver, denied to the laft his being guilty of the-fajnjght late ended-thefgeaerai* quarterftfis^ of ths peace fori he cnjf^nd liberty of ^ftmintter, when the four tol-� JowingM^Wentenced 10 be tranfported for; feven yearft*Thomas Wbitrffeld, for ileil-, (he tytappns* were ajf&rnhkd in a Lane lu&Uvg to tie Hjufs of Alary h'oycet in the P.ir:Jk ef P*tr-ham in ioe,County of'Sufiex, in order to be aidtntr and tijjiftifig tn tbt Rjefege $f a I at?* Quantity of Branay^ which had been feized iv'f.yae fV.irmtt^ Tbjmas Baker, and John l�heaitcyy t(peers cf his Majeji/s CufLnuh the Port ofckkoefier, eabo7 in the [due Execution of their Office) wen forcibly and violently obftwel.d^ and* firty disks cf th'e -faid Brandy, fo by them feiZjed^tvere^iy tbtfjid Smugglers'y refteed andtaktn a&vny. > The Ccyimiffienersjrf' bis Majcfiy'j Cuftsms^.w order to bmig the Offenders to Jujlice, aud tie mere ejfeciufy/iy to >pi4,4tr$top io fucb outragAt2. Thomas \VjlJiams,: a foldier, for Hearing'a blanket and fheer, the^property. , of his Jwjetty r Lawrence Molloy,. for . fiealjng a waiftcoat, the-property of Na-; Anne Joy declaring war againft the Danes, thefafecy ("large�flat'Jrptf,*"the property of J of theDanilh flag is looked upon to be in;J tioosj Hannah Ruffe] no danger from that quarter. The fubjeft of mifunderftanding was a very flight-affair, which the Danifh Conful at Sallee went from thence to Morocco to get amicabjy fettled, and we have had the faiisfa&ion to hear that he was well received. J --- � , - - * Hiiro* Irinholder. LONDON Sunday the Rev. Mr. Carter preached before their Majefties at'the Chipel Royal. The Earl of Oxford carried the (word of ttate. Sunday arrived in town, 'from NeW-markei, his .Royal. Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland j as did alfo cheDuke of King-fton and the Right Hon. Lord .Cower, at andElizabethrChiid-, fbriti and one drift,, the property, of Robert Stone. Dugal i^attpfon, for an artempt to coramjt a rape'o^*his own daughter, w^as ordered to be CQ:-jSned one year in the Uaiehoufev and to ftartUwiceon thepihory, ot ce in Palace- . ^ ---------, yard, the other time at Charm*.Crofs. . T\ ^n�a^ �iinl^7* iM"fhP ^ht'iU^ ' *. - I broAe into, and lobbedot the foJJowrng- iieces HAVING in *Pa^ ai^of my Ac^ g^mit'of the four xVUIcfkftors executed Fc-" me, reprefeiueddfat S/iJ1wm5,' ofMbrgau that broke, out of Newgate, though he isJ/b ur.liappy as so be his only Brother; I therefore" chuiK it my Duty to clear Mr. Benjimiir Morgan; Audi lhallbegiad of anylntei.igence to iedh�y a:?v miflake that maj- arife from die li"K.e Im/oli:ion upon me, ^__JOSEPH MOORE,Ordinaiy of Kev.^f;. V\7'}I�a�AS the Parilh Cho^ch U V V Hoi! each in die County of-1 incjln, ...^ ,rr_______ Middle fex before the Right Hon. William Lord Mansfield, Lord Chief Jultice of his Wajeity's court, of TCing.Vbench at Weit- miiwtei,.ia ani after haiter 3Term, t7i^5--Middlesex, i London. In Terra. Monday their houfes in Arlington-ftreet/'S;. Jam^s. On Saturday evening tlie.Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor arrived at his houfe in Lin- | Saturday, April 1 Monday, May from Holland Conjianttnopl ranee* and on Sunday HE marriage between the Sultan's lifter and Capoudan-Mehemet Pacha, late Governor of Belgrade, was celebrated the 6th by proxy. The day before yelterday the bridegroom arrived in this capital, and colnVlnn-firldSjfrom hisfeatar theGrahge, and yefterday he waited on his Majefty at Sr, James's. We are credibly informed, that there are now at our ILiivefities feveral Indians, who, as foon as they are properly qualified, will be admitted into-holy orders 5 afer which they are to return home, in oider to propagate the Gofpei amongft their Own natives. On the 27th of lalt month the brigan'tine L'Heureux Sr. Nichols?, of Honfieur,Piene Helioir> matter, 70 ions burthen, laden with 61 bales of Spanifh woo], was diiven afhore upon the coait ol Suiiex, about two miles to the weltward or Kye harbour $ when the mailer and crew took to.the longboat. The next tide the faid briaaniirie was Friday, After Term. Tuefday, 19 6 11 17 zr In Term. Tuefday, April 30 Tuefday* May. 7 Monday, Saturday, After Term. 1 Wednefday, 18 21 Yefterday the Grand Sienior honoured the drove about two miles to the eaihvard of new-marriedxouple with a vifir. /be Ppstscripts of all the Eveinng Papers of foft Saturday. We are well ir.fcnnei! th;:t the Right Hon. the Earl of Hrite lately paid a vi/it to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland. It is now confidently reported, that the parliament will 120c rile till Thurfday the 30th ot May, fcrom the BritiQi naval forces already on the coaft of Africa the (hips of war lately fent to join them, and three more now-at Spithead, which are foon to proceed upon the fame flarion, it is juiily apprehended the French, who are known to be considerably ftrong hi that quar- will iK5t behold with indifference ihe of'Place, taiei>cmLof a Cheit which w^s 1 jrrite open with an Iron Crank belonging to a Gniui-ijig Stone, viz. Two Iar�e SiKer Cup be i>a*caung the Object of his Journey -3 awA having now accooiplilhed* thus much ot lr> '.ertaki.:,:, r. �. fabmits the �xcecu:ioi: or it tD :h- ]i:du'.nc;it oi \>m i>ene;adoi s. The A.lva;uau-s h: mc: \\itli in huly, V,iJti-\\ �.: I^m'.*.i -> .-.:i. * fpny'c in Outie- s: fl^'c:it:z- Hj!o..-. 101 1-1 him, ikould be pl^ fjd ::iir I ^ ^ ^ * * * - * \ * 1 "1 ' I' O * * t " � � t - � 1 1 � *   r � * v\: : ^3 tn Lt.odrcimo, O i- ( COM TLA T lMN.ORT.vI i T Y . on [Jart of tuc ^tv \ a. Ili> Cojij'.'ct.'res 0:1 Oi-, iu.d Cw.n.v.d ion* 1 ;

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