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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 16, 1765, London, Middlesex Evenin Numb. 5845 From TUESDAY April i6, to THURSDAY April 18, 1765. [Price Two-pence Half-penny the April HE of Pruffia has had no Court thefc two days, her Majefty having been iijdifpofed troth the cholic, refolved to declare war agaioft the Ruffians \ and that orders were difyatched for the troops in Afia to join the Ottoman forces in the neighbourhood of Choczira ancl Oc-zakow. They write fronv Vienna of the 18th paft, that the Prince de Radzivil, who was at Eperius in Hungary, had lent to requeft their Imoerial Maiefties for liberty to refide butisnowgreatly fth/�c� J�CD. his �uard*'in the "ei&hbou'- � * i h*r\r\A r\F rhnr rM r ir Knr hie r^nnp f mac nnt better. Copenhagen ^ Ap* 1. On Sunday iaft hood of that city, but his requeft was not granted. One of the Dutch Gazettes by Monda;' mail, fays, 4t The accounts of i r,ty 5 upon which liie gentlewoman put her hand.in n n-r r.0cket tu give them forae fmali relidt-; �� n:n :he woman knock'd her down, and .o k a.-.qy her capuchin, whfle the man riiLj lic pockets of a guinea, half a guinea, 3 u , r,j .11 je-penny piece, one ihihing at:(4 (a -,ce, anj a few half-pence, and men nude off. S^me peifons coining up foon af:tr, ucijMj.ue gentlewoman to a coach 10 uajry loiiei apartment in London- whs-c fne lies da:;geroul!y ill of the hruii.;s ays, if convenient. women were burnt to c nituredeftroyed, except Maj infon, Gent, to i ) They write from P'rancfort on the Mayne, that the famous Helvedus, author of the work box with fome papirs ere then unier inocula nd roor under His children I *�ih regiment of foot. Alfo George Hutch - infon, Gent, to be Adjutant to the laid regiment. Laft week the Hon. Mr. Baron Winn ooden MifsAnn W burnt throueh, catched and and got to fuch a height before it was known,' that it was with the greateft difficulty afiY of t he family were faved, it being an oktf�me building. Brown himfeif was the fiiittjwt happened to awake, and run- ntog^owa ftairs, on opening a- room door, where the fire was burning very fiercely, it bur� out with great violence, thefmoke of which, it is fuppofed, itifled the young M Woodward, Merchant, to Mifs Grace Windham, of Stratford. Saturday morning lafl died at Abingdon, Berks, Mr. Fludger, fen. greatly advanced in years: he was feveral times Mayor of that corporation, and fenior Burgefs in it." On Saturday died, at his brother^ hqufe at Woodford in Effex, Mr. Robert Warner, j city on his way to the Court of Berlin, \vhither he las been invited by his Prufllan Majefty. A grar.d obfervatory is to be built in rhe H'ar)- of Bute's gardens at Luton Hoo, in Bed- fordfliire.� ' The Duke tie Charoft, Governor of Calais, has made a prefect of ;i wry fine gold fnufT-box to the Sieur du Beiloy, author of the tragedy of the Siege of Cuhis-. We liear a bill ic now under confidfcrarion to limit the exorbic.i.: increafe of public buildings T^ mj. or tne Krim at i r, . , l * l *c County of Lincoln. Date 1634. " .hifi,TIn hed Tar of ineof broiher of Kichard Warner, Efqj and nor women aiihey by m bed, part of one of | ^ taft.memioned gsmkm^ jg infened found toT^">� etropf*li3t ^ .Oil the trial of Dick Swift at Coventry, it appeared by th had four coaches, the borfes were Fulham road, baibarouily murdered by ornamented wKh ribbons, ice. and thete fome villain or villains unknown, by a itab were upwards of 20 fervantsia livery. The under his breaft, Judges, &c. attended his Lordihip. t,.ffla, mnr The Feeri in theinparliaraent robes went ' ' **r a r% 1__II All n� about lr. Matthe ,M �_____Weftminfter-haU. All the ^venues leading to tfie Hall were,guarde4 by foldiers. Qn Monday his Grace the Puke of Cleveland-took xhc oaths and his feat in the Houfe of Peers, and on Tuefday he fet out for his feat in Suffolk- This week arrived from Atnfterdam, the eminent and learned Rabbi Mordecai Tama, an inhabitant of Hebron in Paleftine, 1 Whitec houfe, and a great quantity of far, but by timely alliltance of the firemen and engines, 1 exti Letters from Hambu fta had been taken in any letters from Petejf-burgh of an approaching rupture between the Turks and that Empire, yet k was affured from Conftantrnople, that a fecret Divan had been held there, wherein it was ing any further. Sunday forenoon as Mr, Rawlings, Baker, in-the Borough, was going to Kin^-fton, he was attacked on Putney Common, by two, footpads, who robbed him of his watch, and about z} (hillings in money, with which they made off toward* Roe- hampton. . On Sunday evening between fix and fc-ven, as an eldeily gentlewoman was'crofling a field from Church-ftreer, Stoke Newing-ton, to Newiogton-green, fhe was accofted by a man and woman* who afced her cha- Avril 2( t76y. WHEREAS, on Sunday the 2�tb cf Martb laft^ about Eleven o'clock at 2$%hty a Gang Smugglers, to the Snmber of Twenty, or t�crea�:uts> arm*d with hire Arms^ Ji and other offenjive Weapons, were ajfembltd on the North Sborey near Poole in the County b( per-fet) tn order to be aiding and ajjifiintr'm the d&ry-in? atvay a large Quantity of Tea ; And whereas Lieutenant Edward Down, Commander of the I EolkjlvM Cuttery in the Service oj' the Cufloms> \ with feveral of the Men belonging to the fame^ were endeavouring to jeize the faid Tea, ~and in -preventing the fame being refcued from them after Seizure, forcibly and violently objtntcied, hindered and wounded in the Execution and Discharge of their Duty. The Commtjftoneri Streer, LeiccAer-Ficlds, wich Propofals for c3rrying on this w.�k. A c t\ U i to tiJt i U si L I C, T^HE great Demand for Docflof VVALKtR'i Patbht Jbsuit* Dann^uas ving induced fome Per/b*s to fcU a vile CotnpoticToa under the above Name and TkIc ; thexerore k is rropcr co Acquaint the PuDlic tn gctxril (that each B#ttlc U feaJrd with Dr. v\alitcr*� Name.) They arc the rru^rt plcafim and inialllblc Cure f i all Wcikncflc*, in both Sexes, occafiood by Srriins, MrTCurttlf, &c- an^ aH Cafe* of i'certain ' iforcUr, arid hare no Wcr^iilj Inilic1*" Compofitio". To be had ac our VVarehoufe, the Rible and Crown^ :hc ViD^ei-cnd of Klcci- La;.c i� the Old Bailt? i� Bor-cles of S*-or i*. 6d cachj (calcd up, with proper Vi* (tineas- Advice ^iveagraiis Vtncit Vsritds* 'vVZSSILS and Go.
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