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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 23, 1765, London, Middlesex                                ondon Numb. 5848 From   TUESDAY April 23 to THURSDAY April 25,  1765 f "D * L :ce vvo-pence Half-penny Te   the   PRINTER. S I R, pofed upon, or 10 impofe groff-ly on themielves, when they repre- fent it mult be for the trading intereft of the nation iu have provisions always dear j becaufe, fay ihey, experience evinces men will not labour but fiom neceffiiy, and therefore un-lefs pjovifions and necelfaries ate at fuch pikes as will compel them'to work continually, the public will lois the benefit that would accrue from their conflani labour. Such reafoning is, however, but meiely colouiable, and therefore may very well be lufpefted of artifice, in favour of that arif-tocratical intereit which is evidently too prevalent; and which, as a fpecies of ty-janny, has a tendency, like all other kinds of tyranny, tocaufe depopulation, and de* ftroy Trade as well as Liberty, We already fee and feel the etfeils of uniting farms, in with the reft of the family. Penalty from 40 s. to 51, on the perfon refusing or ne- glelling to furnifh rhe wood, firing,-furniture, or utenfiis." Laft week the Thomas and Ruth, C-jlli- r fon, of and for Newcattle, from Hamburgh, fuch mallow po-    jn baI|a^ was loft on a rock? caUed [he liticians as^eimer    Harker-bar, between Newton and Beadnal, in Northumberland, and all ihecrcvvweie loft, but one man, who was taken up by a HE writers in behalf of the Landed Intereft are May iy.    Thomas \Varn:i\ of die town of Huntingdon to be grofaly im- JMcrclinnr fter, at Guildhall, I Edward EurJarr. Me.iim.m and Malr- 3 , nf London, H> ficr, ar Guiklli II. May 16.   Solomon de Silva, of Crurched Fri-, London, Merchant, at Guildhall. ahove uuforumate voumi "tntltm.m was i't rh-29:11 year of his and ihz ex^nc? of draV �:ng the River K,r him c.itire rn ne.r on--- hundred an-.I thirty pom:ds, at five pounds per da;', bcfidei rlio tiny pounds reward offered for muling his c^rpfe. ars May 30. Thonus Nailli, lare of the city of Hdthj Mon?y Scri\ emr, at the White Lion iu Rath. vv D^c. H E R E A S />       hen humbly re- frejeit-d to the lib:?, t\u his Ma- boar, which put oil from Newton. They write from the Sound, that an Englifh Pink was loft on the Wingoe the 9th inltanr, name not then known. On Thurfday fe'nnight was man ied at Sr. George's Han over-lquaie,  the  Rev, Mr. Hotham, Keitor of Northh-all, Middlefex, | at rh to Mifs Sufannah Mackwonh, daughter of Hetbert Mackworth, Llqj Member for Cardiff. Tuefday morning was married at Sr. AndiewJi church, Siainer Holford, tfq^ of Bedford-row, to Mifn Davies, of Sacfcville-ftreer, a young lady of great accomplishments, and a fortune of jo,ooc J. Tuefday Mr. William Ginec, Banker in Lombard-ilreer, was married to Mifs Hurt, daughter of Mr. Hurt, an eminent Gold-fmiih on Ludgate-hill, but ha^ retired from bufinefs to Brentford Butts. Articles c/Intklligcnce, &c 'f> cm    ]�S^cm^tat ^n^y^y^f^ . ' I colr?y WZSj cn  Fr;day   the   14tU I>: til  ths the   POSTSCP. IPTS   cf all Papers of f 1 irch 5^. " The Kinii ntakinr^ a vihe a few day? to  Prince Czvr;or)-jjlki,   Palati-ie of  Uu;!:..�, found in riie anci-chamber a cer.-uii p-rf'Ju i'-.xi fiii-eihjy dr lied. 1 iis M,.je!!y aftied him, w- Vv .,�/ lie madj Ii�ch a m.rjnificcnc aupe.u-au.c      a 1:d 1   * A:^/jf, \elonicujl) broke end eKtcreaJ.yf:vcrt:! icr-j.'/.j ithkn.ivn ] tir,t r.n Iron C> z.c :t: ^ '*:ry *es tb:>"::: y. �>. j, .7 :b ?v m ly o As-d, .7s a fctrthr E>::::tr,x^e; jic?:ers 1' ha Ms.j '!� s j 21-:-ward i'f' Oj: cr A:c:-r- \'i - 1 0 t jcUig aula ^. ^ :d, c* th.it lr  was done lor .�e, our and yet weean perceive no reafon to hope, that the axe of reformation will be applied Letters from Paris mention, that the Sieur Crofb-bea:er   of the monopoly, combination and depopulation i | d'Eitournei,   grand  -*~ ,~^o     Order of Sr. John of Jerusalem, Grand Bailiff of the Morea,  and Chief of the to the chief root of the evil. Commandery of Sr. John de Latran, had The Trading Intereft is the common and I t'he miifortune to loie his life, at the age great intereit of the nation, as our power     -      -   - -�� �... and profperity, nay the value of Janded property, mull theieon depend : and as of all branches of trade, thofe in manufaftiues, of the vaiious kinds, aie far mod important, fo it mult follow robe acknowledged, that their flourishing will depend folely on the cheapr.efs of the rates at which we are able to furnifh them ;   the cheapnefs of uft alike depend on the^ow of 74, by falling out of a window there. Tuefday morning died, at his hcufe in Barge-yaid, Bucklei/bury, William Willy, Efq; Member in Parliament for the Devizes, Wiltfhire. Friday laft died Mr. John Darwood, late mailer of Old Slaughter's ccftee-houfe, St. Martin's-lane. Saturday laft died Mr. Aaron Young, mafter of the Chequer inn, Charing-crofs. prices of labour, on the cheap rates of pro-       Tuefday died Mr. John Price, Iron-Mer-    proachi]lg HCCommod,tIon. vifions, the lownefs of taxes, and the mod accommodating prices of the other necefla- ries of life. Your's, Sec. Kationalts. PORT    NEWS. Penzance9 Jpril 20. Goodwill, Tooker,   James and Mary, tour- ; Moore, Bennett ; from London - Sr.  Andrew, Marrm j and U-nirVl WrigRr,  from tmfworth    James and 35       0   '    - 1     a:.d  Succcfs. fon Arrived the Friends ,es and Mary, tour-und Flower, Brown, from  Milford ; Su Nancy, Jones, Freethy, from Amfterd..in. Falmouth, JpU 20. Arrived the Hannah, Lake from Wales 5 and William, Brown, from Briflol. S.iiled the Earl of Halifax Packer, Boulderfon, for New York.       _ *   " ylmveu the Guar- chant, in Bufh-lane, Cannon-ftreet. Same day died Mr. Thomas Barftnefs, Me�;hantr at his houfe in Kentifh-town. Letters have lately been leceived in town, which mention the great Efficacy of Dr. upoj] ......0 ,.........5 the honour cf thr Kim;/' \\\t .Mon.ticii m;de tlie ftillou in^ re^Iy; tc Hy chefc hahics of pa-> Jlpiil 8. tc The affair concerning the diftVrence arifen between the Houfe of Bumftvic-Hanover and the Chapter of Ofnabrug is fiiil in the fame (late, and without any appearance of an ap- In the mean rime Pcrjov.s      '., Is:*' ii A J. I ? A X. .     any 1 ei.. *i :r tjviS. x on tie Cj>: i::: -;r.o ,r w.-re A ;l: Or - lenders. By Order cf / ^ own:-ji.r.ers. w oop, > -c.ewi: v. cc cc c; A General cf ibe  1; uf*e. Repairing the Roads fret: tlte St:r. C: Cc it is afliired that the i3aron de Gemmingen, Eledtoral Envoy of the faid Houfe, will communicate foon to the Members of the Diet a new and very umple memorial, tending to put in the clearelt light -the right which the King 1 ~\ vjicac Britain pretends to have in ins quality leniial Difoiders in the Levant, when every J 0f Father and GiurdLn to the minor Buliop. 1 k n. es f.r es E: d in Ker.t and Bermondfes StfCe:s, tn S.utb'jJarky to the Tc-zun of Dartij.-d, ai.d to the Extent cf the Parifo cf Lewybaw^  r.'x't   Bromley   and Be^kenkam in tie County of Ktnt^ is appointed t? be beli on Saturday vzn, at the Green Man en Black-Hu.tb^ by Ten in the Perenoon* to appoha* the federal Committer's for the Tear erfivng. "COLNBROOKt  Turnpike. Tfff HE RE AS a Mating of the Trujfces was appointed on  Mor.day  the  lft of April it6j-, at the Caf}b:-Ir.n, Salt liil', B:s. ks , 1 there not appearing a; th.it appc;nted Meet:/:^ .t fufjicie-'it Kumber of Tr:tftees to aft, as h tie 'Act j Oi  Parliament is required ; t':re.Lcre> pu>�/:�:aut 1; the Diretluns cf tr.e fata Act. a M::t/'  { neon. Tho. Goodwin, C\c\k. S Mrs. Brook e,. other application, both External and Internal, weis found deficient; Thefe advices add, that one Dr. Skeen, an Englhhman, hy treating the Plague boil in the nature of a Luts Ventres, had happily fucceeded in It is added, that if after his communication the Chapter pcr/ifl in refufiug to conform to the plan of adminiLbanon fettled by his Britannic Majefty, the Baron will pre fern ro the Diet the letters of credence with which he is Saikd the -   Rar ^       J Southampton^ April 21. ming Tolly, Piikcr3 from London. Monraguc, Priaulx, for Gue nf-y. Covm, April 22.    Cam- in the PoL fey from Liihon- and Saasfa il ^3. Wind N. F. curing fume peffons of great diltindion at | ftiniiflied, in order to get himfelfacknowledged Adiianople. On Monday a confiderable number of the Agents to the Smitlifield Jobbers came as lawful change of the futfragc of Ofuab^;g.,, They write from Paris, tl^ his Mod ClirL-flian  AJajsHy  lias graiittd a gratiricatiin of Ko flups in the Down?. to town fiom the country fairs, where they j 18000 livres to the widow Calas, fix thouur.d had been to buy cattle, but brought few j to each of her two dau^ht^rs, three thou find to wiih them, the country people b^ing too cuanin^ for them j they kept their beaIts up at too high, a price for the Jobber^io tuakt it worth their while to buy ihem i at ii.te. ds   retiring at Vhufi.;!ur   i;c\t, ^* a V I G N Y j Who  IS tO   fll^f.jj \y   } liili1 jy intrearr a Continuaiice of rh-. Favours of tkoie Ladies who have l^forj cnc;>t.ragul her Schoo', they m.iy di�; en I on the Vo vso I.a-Dits committeii to her Care, ! ri::-; ir.:tri.cted in every Accompliii.iv^n^  e M.i;*ers who Juv Irtnertu nilt:uoLu 1.1 t!-c oth rM-ejices, will be cor.tinuiu. To be 1 E T T, one of her foi:s, anJ the Jir.e fum to the fcrvanc maid, without depriving then) of the expcdia-ti.ve on their fir�l Judges. We hear from fome of tie more central i } ANew, larg^ anA commodioiis Bnck M^tfuage ; oo.iiilting of rour Kooms en a Floor, two 01 which are to the Fr >nt ; wuLi a fpacious and coniL-nient Yard, Sdbie?, Barn, otner convejiient Out-houks -------  , f 1    , �    1        ,      , 111        � ( oach-liov!^, aiu the fame time telling them, that they pro- | P;tr^ of the kingdom, nut the grand aivIUqik- | a !plIii:V, ; .Alf0 a :arg: oard n, and about k- venty Acres of Arabia a;u! Alcat.'ow LajiJ, 1 .-clofevl *, i'.rtute und L.ciug at Rtvd^'ey in t.:e C oujuy of Staflon!. pofed comin* up to Smithfield themielves,    ticul fcheme of /�/aW Navigations will foon j wh?ie they would fell their cattie it a mo- de/a:e puce, and Jay open the Jobbsrs vil-    mmlxr of lHl!,Jic rj-intedgeiuJ.-men; be revived, and carried into execution by a to who/e His Royal Highnefs Prince William F.e-deiick, his Majelty's youngeft brother, who Jias been for fome time much indifpofed, continues in a b:^d ftate of health/ Tuefday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, and alfo her Royal Highnefs ihePrincefs Amelia, had very fplendid levees at rheir houfts in Grofvenor and Ca- vendiih Squares. On Monday the Hon. Mifs Chudltigh, cneof the Maids of Honour to he; Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales, fet out for the German Spa for the recovery of her health ; (he is to call at the Court of Buml-wick, in her way, to pay a vim to her Royal Highnefs the Princefsof B'unU'ick. The GenoefeNobles.Giacomo and Hisro-nymo Durazzo, are eatpeded over this fum-mer on a vifu to his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York; lainy. On Sunday morning eaily one Purcas, a Carman, known by tUe name of Kugged-and-Tcugh, and Jacobs, called the B.u/ling Carpenter, met in the Long-fields, near Tottenham-courr, to fight for a wager of ten guineas, attended by a great number of the knowing gentry. The battle was very obitinate, and laited near $z minutes, wiien the Carman came off Conqueror. Upwards of an hundred guineas weie loit on this oc-cafion. The peace officers endeavoured to apprehend them, but the combatants and their company got off before the Conitables could reach the held'of action. On Monday night the Mate of 3 Merchant fhip, and one Rufini, a Genoefe failor, quarrelled at a houfe of ill fame in Poplar, when rhe former was {tabbed in the brealt with a long knife by the Genoefe, of which the Mate is faid to be fince dead ^ the villain veij' laudable ende^vours^ thofe who are fincere friends co the trade, p:ofperity, and glory, of this great and flourishing if]and3 will heartily wife fuccefs. Letters from Savannah in Georgia mention, that in the month of January ]aft3 the Spaniih Commandant at Pucalar in Honduras^ fcized three Dutch iloops from Cnracoa3 whofe crews, under pretence of being Knglifli^ had not only began to cut logwood., but alfo committed g-eat mfolences in tlie Bay. The fioops with their cajgoes were fent to Camj)cachy. V/e hear that his Majelly's ihip Belleifle3 lying in Hammoaze, at Plymouth, is ordered for America as foon as ihe can be got ready for fea. A bill for buying and felling of corn by weighr, we hear, wiJJ fpecdily be brought upon the carper. h. Th- liou.c is ^\-q}\ !:[ra: d f^r a 'r. iWr- ll -uc Ti.e >'f ,-ni.iL4; ir:e:c . lit d.-.flier or S: o -.n-.v; er, 1 ti " n a and good l\ei..>lf.o.;: i.ooii. be entereJ ^po:: lmmedia:� J . tcr ihnker Parri ulars eii^nire o/Mr. B;i;to;i, Dru^gifl, of Ri:dr. Icy aforefau!. A A new manufadlory is fet up at Worcefter    �^ ^ Very iar;T- Parcel, n-*iw in the India Company's XVar-k-^.fes, tor Exportation fur Home Confurnxioi., to be fold at 6d. ;-cr r;*i-Jon Advance on tne Company's �a}e ; ajid a large Quantity of ver/ Croug, .-::id of a. n:o:t excellent Flavour, at        �    Uiiion. j A M A I C A   R U M, The belt that can poflibJy !>c imported, ' y tl:e Piece cr Puncheon, *t -Ss, 9d.-^naJlci C^:a:,u cies. at qs. per Gallon. Alfo tnc belt CUNIAC BRANDV, ^ Q    3d, Smaller Qnandtics it 95. 6d. \m v-i-i^iv. Direct, as ufual, to Cn xkl es W e.vman, at the Roja] Exchange, aJtd fr.zy Hull l> arc i-.c me it pleafttU a�.tl ir.uHil'!* Cu-c if ail kn-.-'ks i:i botti Sexes, occah >nM 'o> Vmis, Mcrcmlals, dec. and i� inthc-r O'^nut^. To b- r.ui i: our Wx-rb jufr, :hc V:i>\: and Crown, :hc Up^ci-c.iJ- of Meet- '.vc in -.he 0\:- Hii.y, i>o=-ilrj or q >. ��r 11-   Viuat r-'tritat, A E5SZLS a�d Com   

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