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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 27, 1765, London, Middlesex From SATURDAY April 27, to TUESDAY April 30 1 765. Numb. [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette* Weftmtnjler^ April 24. SlSdayhfsMa-jefty came to the Houfe of Peers, and being in his Royal robes feat-' ed on the throne with theufual fo- lemniry, Sir Septimus Robinfon, Knt. Gentleman Ufher of the Sunday being the firft Sunday in Ea-fter Terra, the Rev. Mr. Gkxreiter Ridley preached 'at Sr.. Paul's, befoie the Lord-Mayor,-the Judges and Serjeanrs ; after wliich Lord Mansfield, Mr. JufticeBatharftj and the Serjeants, were elegantly entertained at dinner in Apothecaries Hal], at the ex-pence of Mr. Sheriff Harris, who was not prefenr, Being taken very ill the night bo-fore, and in the morning fent a mc/ nger to Mr. Sheriff Crofby, ddiring him to do the honours of his table. A perfon of confiderable eminence in the On Friday fe'nnfght died at Perth, the .Dowager Lady Rollo, in the 8_tn year of hter age. \ Lately* died at his parfona^e houfe, the r&ev; Dv. M.-chael Fercing, Redor of Wyke Regis, ripar Weymouth. A few days fince died, at his country houfe in Soraerfeifhire, Mr. Atwbod, hte matter "of ilie Thatched houfe Tavern, Sr. JaniesVttreer A few days fince died,"at Hamilton near Porrfmouth, Mr. Henry Clare. Lieutenant of the Renown man of war. Blacjc Rod,* was fent with a raeflaga from literary world, has made choice of a modern On Thutfday died, at his feat near Ban-liis M�*ftv rn rh* Hniif* r�f rnmmnnc. I ftory fo'f the fabieft of a tragedy: General I flead in g5rrv\ a^ed is. lames Mundee. his Majefty to the Houfe of Commons, commanding their attendance in the ^oufe of Peers. -'The Commons being come thither accordingly, his Majefty was pleated to give the Rtfyal Affent to* An aft to confirm all Jeafes ajreadry made by Archbiftops and Bilhops, and other Efc-clefiaftical pcifon?, of. tytfaes and other in* corporeal hereditaments, for on$, two, .or three, life or lives, on.twemy-Qrje,ye#s; and to ehable them to "grant fuch.leafes, and ro bring adioni of debt for recovery of rents referved, and in arrtar on leafes for lifeorlives, * , ~ L(- .... , - r coachman to M^ffrs. Be van and Co. (ihemift cdv->
as a further Emouragementy the Ccmmif-Jtonets of htsMMjejtfs Onflows do hereby p romife a Reward of Qm 1 jiuidmt Po uk's, to auy lerfcnor. Perfons making fuch Difcovery as afcreTa-d, to he his Majefty lenders. hotlfe of'Mr. Townfend, a Mahfl be fojt'd. which cbnfumed' extravagant price of fix-pence aild feven-pence ^r^ound- ^ L'aft-i^eek, a: St. Edmund's Bury market, in Suffolk, fine frefh butter fold at four- < a great par* of ttje matt-kiln, "with the ftock in trade,' before it was extinguifhed. Same morning a fire broke out in.the houfe of - Mr.-O^ven. Limehoufe in Narrow-ftreer, -pence halfpenny poiind; and it is 35 10 thought in a fewrdays will fail to threepence halfpenny, pecafioned by the prefeat great plenty of grafs. , We hear-that' Mr- Camptiogof Mary-Vone, an'-emrbfenr Builder, has taken the church field and bowling-green v hdre, whereon lie intends building a beautiful row of houfes about ioo feet from the voad? with fpacfous open ftreets: thegiound is an excellent dry fituationj andcommands a delightful profpeft inio thecountry. The Love and Unity, " Fairfax, from * ailembled 10 fee hiu\ pafs, but bein 1 t i . - fuppoied to-be wilfully fet on fire, which confumed a great part of the faid houfe , apd.-furniture before it was ex-, tinguiffaed. Wednefday night a foot-foldier near St. Giles's, who was apprehenffve of Joeing tried by a Court-martial for fome neglc& of duty, lianged himfelf with his fvvord-belt in his own apartment. While his Majefty went on Wednefday ialt rnro' the Park to the Houfe of Peers, fume bloods-tiiveried themfelves with cut- er of the Commiflicners. W. Wood,-Secretary. - - _�__i_ ^ * 1 WJiitby ; Jane and Mary, Stranock, from London , and John and Sacah, Graham, are all loit in- the Baltick. A Swediflrfliip, "Capr. Guftavus LindJad, from Caghary for Stockholm, is loll near Mafterland. \ A'fnow from South Carolina for Lon- J don, is ftraVided at Scilly -p^rt of the cargo j of 1 ice. is faved, but tc is thought that the veftel will he loft. Theyddvife from Berlin, that the Sieur Warinb, .wjiom his Pruilhn M^fty lately invited to comfe^from Hamburgh, to his Court, is, on account of his great knowledge in i-rade, 6n aJiJiolt any Terms, either asCorDpar.i^iij cfr.to wait upon lier,asa Servajir, either ia Tovy^i or Gountry, but ^rhe Country wohldbemoft atreeal>Je. She isbetwewi T)*.irc/ and Forty, autdhfcshad the Small pnx. If cm is fhbuld fuit any .Lady, it is humuiy re,united tti'at ihe will pleaic ro"iignify the fame by a letter, ilxredletl to A B. at Mrs. Arnold's, in Nor* fblk-Street ia the Strand. If^ir be in To\\n, the Lady (hall hi waited ujxin immediately; if m ihe Cour.try, Leners requiring furdier I'axticut.trs^ wili be iumicdiut- Jy ara^vcretl, aud clie Ad-.cftiter \vcntH-t�e ^fcul rp know ia what Coumy an.I whoj'urr or'it. At Bowes, rear Ruhmond in 2\riff.-ire% -By-Mr. T'AYLOX and AftzftaotF, YOUTH are carefully and expeiiti-^ oufly iuftiadled in e\ cry necriTary Ac-complifhmenrj for tiic (Jciverli.y, Navy, public offices, or Cominercial Buin:efs; plemimllv* fnppiied vvuti wholeJbnie Provi/ions; deceit 1/ ^accorhinotlattd with Cfoatts, Books, and all ""other Neo flaries, at tzb a Year. " For further particulars ple.ife ro en^]u;re of Mr. Tulbfk, ii> Iion�-Ditch, W'eUn in:*er; u.dr'heelsrhigVly'tO " the' fatf^'i'on' of | ^^erfo,., mCar^.Street i Mr. Htnu.-r, ihe populace; Sarurday. evening four men were apprehended near the ruins of Su Giles's, ar>& ting feveral'women's cardinals, who were ; difco- vered- by fome feamen, the Tars^ attacked them with thejr oaken plants, and in fo fpirited a manner, that they' foon loo(k to I I Poland, died the 8th intonr", at;ed 8 ^. He Nobler man in that kingdom who had a ftarofl-y. In ihe year' 17^, all Proteftant^ were disqualified from being Membeis of ihe Diet, or having places under the Crown.' On Tuefday laft the Rev. Mr. Brocketr, . B. D. fellow of Triniiy college, Cambridge, Jnne 3 W&s, Clothier, at the George inn in Trow-1)rldge. ; VVOd 111 lilW \^uw�-'j ---------^---J t fented by that learned facieiy. to the vica-" rage of Over, in Cambiidgeftire* The fame day the Rev. Mr. Hawkins, fellow of Trinity college, -Sunday there was a great Court and drawing' room at Sr. * James's, their Majefties w�re- prefenr, and aft-erwards dined at the Queen's palace j; in the evening they re- njrwed to ^Richmond. Sunday afrernoon J^is Royal Highhefs the Duke, of Cumberland fet out for Newmarket to-be prefent at the races there. On Saturday evening laft his Grace the appointed Minifter of Great St. Mary's, in* me town of Cambridge, in the room of Mr. Brockett. A few days ago John Whitmore, jun. Efq; of the Heywood, in the county of Hereford, w*hs married to Mifs Donethorne, aughrer of the Rev. Mr. Donethorne, of Hereford. On ThUrfday laft'was married, at.Rygate in the gounty of Surry, Mr. Peter Mai tin, JwhoJefaJe Linen:drapcr, of Gracechnrch- ftreet. to Mifs Morton, daughter' of Ki-* Duke of Bridgewat^r da(ne from his feat in I c^arci Morton, the.country to his houfe irfCleveland-row, St. Jatnes?s4'.^.nd on Sunday tnofnirrg early fet ourfer^Iffwrnarket to be prefent at the J races, which began yefterday. QnSapa-day evening laft the Right Hon. the fiarlof Waldegrave reviewed his regiment of dragoons on Wrmbletdn Common, at which.weri: -prefent feyd^al perfons of diftinaion. Mr. Read, Itotii James's, to Mifs Johnfon, of Marybone-itreet. Saturday morning wj>$ married at St. An-drew'schurch, Mr. Johnlngraire, Attorney, to Mifs Norgrove, of Brook-it: eet. chant at Lxeter, Mr. Edward Glafs, Mer hiought before Sir John Fielding^ on iufpi-cion of being concerned along with others .(no; yet- taken'*) of committing divers Itreet jobberies, by whom they were committed to diffeient gaols for far; her examination. Articles VJntelugr wce, Qpc frcm the -Postscripts of all the Evening'* Papers of laft Saturday. . It is reported that one of the Secretaries of State will ihonly rc/Ign, and be fucceeded by bis Excellency the Earl of Northumberland. ' We hear that the Kight Hon. fhe Earl 'of (But? will fet out in a few weeks on a tour to � Frunce and Italy. - It is faid^-that orders will foof) />e i/Tu^d by tbo ^jfrojw to the jurochial Clergy all over Engqusd, to make returns of all the Papifts in* their tctpedive parilhes dt ths^nfiung vifita-tion, fpecifj'ing henv many of thefe hive.been perverted from the Protcftant religion -to Popery Iwithin the laft te/l years. We hear a tier it ion will next fe/fions be pre-fenred to Parliament, for power to make a navigable CAiijd from Wilden in Derbyfhire to Frodfh'W in CheIhire, wirh Lranehcs to Latch-ficfJy Birmingham and Nevvcallle. One gentle-iri^n, it h faid, will engage to. compJe.ce this "cut for 7091. a mile, eredt locks, make towing 'paths, purchalcthe Jaitd necefXtry, build bridges, and defray every expence", except-obtain big- the A�l of Parliament,/and ihpply all the monej', if required. The canal propofed is to be twelve * feet wide at the bottom, and.three fcer deep. The 1 oats to 6e fevenry feeE long, and fix feet jwide, to draw thirty inches water, and carry twenty tons. Each veflel to be,.navigated by one man* and a boy, andt one horfe-^ro drsrvv tliree of them. The veffels to fail with cither end foremoft, by changing the rudder, and each to toft 2.0 1. building. Letters from Paris give an account of a very extraordinary bird from the Indies, called the Callbvati, wliich was ihewn at rhe hire fair of St. Germain. It has no fcathcis,. its body i'cing covered wirh hair, or briiiJes, Jiie thoic in Black-rrianj Mr. Sowerl>y, in Hiihoplgatr-'Strerf; Mr. 'ViJfon, ac the Griffin in Vi!kr':-Stret^ York-Buildings: Mrs. Rol.inba. in Graiige Walk, i5^rnK);uifcy ; Mr. Srrxn^er, ia The Boroagh *y Mr. Farringron, Gray's Inu Lane ^ orofvlxMirtm, Rrok-.r, -nt Jonathan's CoffeS-hon^ fom Ten till Thne'o'CJocJc. 'Mrs'. Tav "foR. atteiids from Ten ro Twelve, at Mr._Webbrsv Cheef:nong?r, Cannon-Screer. "Br ut(kv ^St e rr "Aval 30^ WH EJtE A S two fcveral Netice^, �at pro^ e�; Dlfhmces irom ^ch other, in the Coutfc df'ehe la^t Twelve Months, have b:en giveo. in thkand other Pa^rs, requeftLng Paynienr from all Perfons indebted to the Kltate cf th�'. late James Mann, �kj;" rhi fifrther Application, from Motives ok _Candour and Civility, is made, hoping to receive a Dxi-chkrge of rhe Claims of the Krecurorf'befcre^he tfth Day of Juiie next ; Upon which Dzf all RffoXsand. Account relative to their DcrhUKls, .(exec] ting fnch a,s are under particular Agree--irieJit for.oxevi Tnr.es of l*aymenr) will be put into me Hands ot Mr. Chrilto(hrr Hull, Anor-aey at Law, iji Hnre-Court iii the Timple, ac wlfofe Charnbrrs one of the late Mr. Mann's "principal Clerks wall be arttndiiig daily, from 'Jen to Tliree; who, together with the.fiui Mr. Hull, or ciijier of their, wiH' receive, and give Difcharges for,4 ti'.e Claims wtiich 1j .ill be rhen remaining due to the i xei'itcr.-At the fame Tim* and Viatel D b s Hilt remaining due ro the hftati of the late Gabriels Mann," Kit]; wili he r_c iyed, and a ^.ro^r Aucroriiy i^'ft to difbharge, orto profceure, theugh wirh Rdoc-tince, for'the.'faqie.__ R. CoiLK T T, the Author oi the iNew-inveiutd Leattier Cat;ut6k> airtl Bo cgi es, wliich are u;:iveiJa'iy admired and approvedor^ as bemgfar Uipener co all others i 1 Ufe. having feared li is ;Prote ry thereui according to Law (roin all liiv.-icir r) givei Notice, That the faiU liutruments n^y ,ow be iud ac his Houfe, c e Goli'.en B.iil, oupohre the Ntw li-xchan^ti hti.tluigs i;l rlie SrranJ, at as low a Price as they can be aitnrded, or cVer will be fold for.-- AllowaiiLe tor LXportatioJi. N. B He has alraiy tac Ho.ioiu of fupplying f Vera I Royal Hofpiuls abroad witii the above Machines. This Dal was pubiijVd, Price 1 s. HE TEMPLE STUDENT: An rpiftlc \p a Friend, who h4d- ret,uciUd cbo Au;hor's Opiuioi: of fo.)�e VeiUw. Pruned tor -.-Dodiiey, in Pall-Mall; aad fold bT \ VVilkie, in Sc- Pa�iJi Churck-Yard, j
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