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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 2, 1765, London, Middlesex Numb. 5852 From THURSDAY May 2, to SATURDAY May 4 [Price Two-pence Half-penny April 29 RRIVED the Dol- phin, Lemeafurer, from Guernfey, and -Speed welI,Wintell, fromBriftol. Sail- Exbury, for the cd the Wolfe^ Weft-Indies ; and Berfey, Fofter, for America. Ap Arrived the Earl of Sandwicl Tenerifle; Jane^ Helling, from Ferrnl; and Race-borfe, Loag, from Benecar. Sailed the Cumberland GOtter oil a cruize. Cows, May ** Came in the Young Cat he-rine, Otcon, frt>m London for Newfoundland ; Jane ' and Betfey, Paffmore, from ditto for Nova Scotia; and Nancy, Campbell, from Limerick for Campvear. Sailed the PoJJy, Ratfey, for London; William, Barnes, for J - - " - T'----- and thoufand pieces of cotton in a year. The villages are full of fine houfes, manufactures flourifb, and traces of induftry are to be feen every where. This exercife of the airs excludes not agriculture ; the fields and vineyards prefent to the eye a cheaiful fpedacle, molt agreeably diverfified, &c." We hear an account of the -various merchandize in the iflands of Jerfey and Guern-fey% fubjeft to rhe duties of rhe Cuftoms and Excife upon their being landed in Great-Britain, will fpeedily bs ordered for infpec-tion, previous to certain refolutions now 00 the carpet, refperting the future trade of both thofe iilands. The Harcourt and-Falmouth Indiamen are as ^et got no further than the Hope, and it is thought'will continue there till Monday nexr. On Saturday laft the Rev, Dr. Douglas, Reftor of St. Auflin's and St. Faith's, and Canon of Windfor, was married at S:. and in particular occafions, flriflly Conflituti onal t they contended, however, that the affair before" the Court is nor one of thefe cafes : they cited-precedents rr� prove, tlut a Chief Juftice, of the mofl mdifptuable abilities, had declined the nfe of this mdde of procefs: this was the gre.it Lord Coke. They obferved, that rhe canlc now depending is the moft important, and the mofl etremully inteielting to the Liberty of the fnb/eft, of any that ever had been brought bevre rhat Judicature : rhat the method of try a I !jy a jury is the inherent, the naiive, rhe peculiar privilege anddrry of Englishmen: that this mode of prncefs wa: originally founded on tie belt and the n.oft folid principles; and that the wif'Jom of xt hid been approved f�y a Iojil; fnccef,;on of a^es: tlut whenever it (hould be deemed expedient 10 alter ir, and ro adopt any other method rf procedtue, the Legi/la-rure, .-s ;tJs rhe ".noft o y Vir. Ar'f'.'tey Gej^rJ, Mr. Solicitor G?iier-�j, X'r Chl^f Jnliicc of Chtiler, and Mr. W\iiiar^ t Council for the Proftcu-tion. Mr ?rr;tr.iji[ Ulyn, by rhe favour of the Court, was-iiuliilg-xl with the Liberty of replying., m win.;; he was not entitled by Jaw * wJieJ^j a*ter rt aiort rejoinder by Mr. Attornry General, Sir joh:i EnuU^y Wilmor, who, in the abfe.'ic" of the Chief Juilice, prefided in Courr, huvij]^ remarked, rhat the Council on each fide lud learnedly and laudably di feu fled die queftion, dedared, rlut as the cafe was of grekt imporr^nce, his brethren and himfelf would take time to dc-lilKrate, and would Hx forae future day on which to give their opinion. The King of Poland has given orders for coining three millions of florins at Thorn. It is faid that a fcheme is on foot for build- A few days a^o died in Lancafhire, Lady | ing, by fubfeription, an hofpital for the re- Stanley, mother of Sir Rowland Stanley, Baroner. . On Sunday night died at BHhops-bourn caption of Lunatics, in Tottenham-Court-Road. They write from Penfacola, that a little to Mr. John Froft, j the Northward of that place the mahogany- Hanover, where, after fome flay, his Royal Redory rlree is found in fnch plenty, that a hundred - Jeufchatel, a principality on the borders of Swiffeiland, and belonging to the King of Piuilta, fays, in giving the defcription of this little itate, what follows ; " In the valley of Travels a considerable quantity of lace is made; upwards of thirty traders, and about eighty-two watch-makeis are fettled there. At Lode, and at Chaux des Fonds, the number of watch-makers is j Dunnin two hundred and thirty-one, w nually near fifteen thoufand complete watches. At Colombia breaking up of the Parliament. Though many changes have been talked of hi the Miniftry, the promotion of Mr. Charles Towulheni to he Secretary of Scate, in the room of Lord Sandwich, who is ro mire, feems to be the only one to which any credit is due. Thurfday came on in the Courr of King's Bench, before rhe three puifne Judges of rhat Court, the hearing relative to Mr. Almon's Attachment. Mr. Serjeant Glyn, and Mr. the Defendant's Council, exerted themfelves wirh equal energy and force of rea- that method of proceeding, lodged it to be in certain cafes, fouing again (1 CUSTOM-HOUSE, Penzance, April 22, 176)-. TO be Sold (free of Duty) at Penzance in Cornwall, on Tuefday the 7th of May next, by Two o'Clock ui the Afternoon-, about Two Hundred Hotheads of Tobacco, the fame being falved out of the Snip Dolphin, Caprain M'Dougal, from Maryland, ltrauded in thi Port the 19th of January laft. Said Tobacco may l� viewed at any Time within three Days of Sale, on applying to Mr. William John, Merchant, at Penzance ; or to Mr. George Sdol*H, Collector of rhe faid Port. N. B. 1 'art of the faid Tobacco is damaged by Sah-Water. Bruton Street, April 30, 1767. Wr HE RE AS two feveral Notices, at pro; er Diffances from �ach other, in the Conrf^of the la(t Twelve Months. ha\e bven given, in this ar.d other Pa}/er5, reijuefiijig Payment from all Ptrfons indebted to the Eilate oi the late James Mann, Efo; this ftirther Application, from Motives of Candour and Civility, is made, hoping to receive a Dif-ciiar^e of the Claims of the hxecntors before the Sch Day of June next: Upon which Day all Books and Accounts, relative ro their Demands, (excepting fnch as are under particular Agreement for rixed Tunes of Payment) will be put into the Hands of Mr. Chrilto, her Hull, Attorney at Law, in Hare Court in the Timple, at wJiofe Chambers one of the late Mr. Mann's principal Clerks will be attending datly, from Ten to Three; whg, together with the faid Mr. Hull, or either of tliem, will receive, and give Difcharges for, the Claims which ihali be then remaining due to the Kxeruror*.-At the fame Time and Place, Debts itill remaining due to the Lflate of the late GabriJus Maim, Efq; will ^e received, and a proper Authority left to difcharge, or to profecuie, though with Reluctance, for the fame. R. Collett, the DR. Collett, the Author Jt^he i\"ew invented LeatJier Catheters and Bougies, which are univerfaliy admired and approved of, as being far fuperior to all others in Ufe, having ffCiued his Property rheiein according to Law (f'rom all Invader-) gi\es Notice, That the faid Inllrumenrs nia^' now be had ar his Houfe, tl*e CjoKVn Hall, ojijvi/ite the New Excliajige BuiVlmgs in the Strand, at as low a Prue x$ they can be afl-mlcd, or ft\'er wiJl be f)Ul tor.-Allowance for h>porta:ion. M. B. He has already the Ho. our of fuppU ing fevtral Royal K^O'Uals abroad vvuh the a'.'0\e Macbuiw. SONSof ilieCLERGY. THE Rehearsal of the Mufic tor the F t A S T of the SONS of the CLERGY, will be at St Paul's Cathedral on Tuefday the 7th, and the Keaff, ar Merchajit TayJoi's Hall, on Ihnrfuay the oth of May STEWARDS. Ea/J Gower Rev. JNewton Ogle, Lord Bilhp. of I a: d..fr Canoji ofSarum,D.D. Loid Ravtnfu o:th Rev. W.Powell>L*L.J>. Sir Geo. Piggnr, Barr. Rt v. frajicis hcuder Sir Fran. Coiling, Kju. r f'oote, L. L. B. and Aldernjan J Jamts ( alveic, Kfij; : ev.Dan. Burtc Chajic. Oxon Clurlts Kprc, Lfqj Robert Suixisy, ^,enr. The Mu/ic u ill con/itt of Mr. HanibJj's Ov er* ture in fefther, hia n*w Te Deum and J)J>ra an Authtm, coinp-ofed by Dt.B^yce, for rns particular Charity; aj;d theWhole \\ 1 1 coj;c!ik c wirh Mr.. Handel's grand Coronation Anti.eni. TrcJt^ts for the Fea it to be ha:! at the Qiktii'i Arm* Tavern, Sc. l^uTs Church-Yard. The Cliurch Donrs will jiot be ppened I "e-fore Ten o'Chxk. The Service on tne FeaiL Day will begin pnndtmlly at Kleven o'Clock- DE S E R T E D" fr^"ThTTl-Jmit!i Regiiru-nt of Draguoi.s, con�mi;ifled bv the Earl of Ancram, anU rrom Capt. Dundiis'v-Troop, Bky as Hf a d r. v , fve F-'ctxcn Tncheshi^h, tvvejiry-fonr Y-ars of A^e, Jai !c browti Hiii, pale CompleiiO'1, itiliiliotii^'erM, b^ni ac En-derfy in i e.ccitcrihite, by Trrtdr a B�;ul;cr", was milled t;ie ^th of February bilf, .uk! weiit olf u\ \\\t iNight, bstwecu the iqcb. ai d joth ct April, M'oni viodahnin, m-\ is rbou^'-r to lav* had vVi a white i men rioc/, Kc>i'r..ei.ia] hnft Waiitcoat a:;d Breech:s, and a K ^unenral Silver laced Hat. \V boevcr feeures the faid Drferter, (hall receive from rhe Commi- din^ fJrricer of the faid Regiment, or from Ruben livian !, Eu\\ (Agcut tu it) in BoiuJ-Sueer, Lo:.doi�, Twenty Shilim^s Reward, o\er ai:d above tlie Twenty Shillings allowrd by Atl of Parliament. A A tbc India A Very large Parcel, now in Company's U'aafhoufes, ror Exj>onauoji for Home Confumprion, to Ije fold at 6d. per GaJ-Ion ATdvance on tl:e Company's Sale; ar.d * large Quantity of very itrong, and of & u.oU excellent Flavour, at 115. per Gallon. JAMAICA RUM, The belt that can poflibly be imported, by the Piece or Puncheon, at 8 s. 9&-Smaller Quanta ties, at qs. per GaJlon. Alfo the belt CONIAC BR ANDY,'at 91. 3d. Smaller Qua a dries at qs. 6d, per Gallon. Dired,, as ufual, to Charles Wen m a n, av the Royal fclxchange,* arid they ihill be deliver*^ ia or near Town (pne GaJloit or ftptvardfl. Car* riagp free.-Samples, if'fenr IbrtetheRinch- hoafe in Swithing^s Alley, near theNortli Fall Corner of theRoy^J Exchange, dthei Brandy or Rum, very old and ftrong Proof, al is, 61l Arrack at 3 s. per Quart. For preient Tvioney only. All Wines as ufuaT, and of the mod excellent Qualities. Cafks, Bottles, 66c. co be paid rbf, which :ha!l I* allow'd when return'd. At ELLISON's Mtneral Water Wa rbhoosk, Near Red-Lion-Street, V* hitechapel, R E Sold all Sorts of-Mineral Waters � now in Ufe, in their greateft Perfection, and at the following Prices: J. �, Rath and Scarborough Water5 at per Dozen o Rriitol aud Hot-well Water Seltzer Water, in large Stone Bottles Je(Top's Well or Stoke Water it Rortles - ^ ------ - j j German Spa Water, in large Flafks - The fame in fmaJl Flaiks - Bourn Water, in lar^e Bottles The fame in fmall ditto - 0 1 o 1 9 7 1 7 1 o 14 o 10 o 18 o 10 Harragate Spa Water - - o ix Tilbury Alterative Dit. from the.old Well o 10 ShadwcW S\-a Water ----o 9 Nevil Holt Water - - -- o 12 WTiltfhire Holt Water ----o ia Cf ekenham Water - - o 10 Malvern - - -o 1% Alton and Dog and Duck Waters - o 6 Sea and Tar Waters - - o 6 Several of the above Waters come frefli every Week, and proper Allowance will be made to thofe who buy Quantities._ IL'D ~SILK~and Linen Great _ Coats, Cloaks, Hoods, Capuchins, Riding Aprons, Rathing Caps, and Hat Cafes, 6cc� Vv holcfale and Retail, at the lowcfl Prices, By the Maker, SAMUEL LUND, Hatter and Ho/ier, Oppofite Southampton Street in the Strand, London ; Alfo, Oil'd Silk and Linen by the Piece, or iii fmaJl Quantities. Water-Proof HATS, by the King's Patent granted to Samuel EJmfley, of WaKeh'eJd, and, by his Appointment", fold only by Samuel Lund, as above., and by no other Perfon 111 Town. This is mentioned to prevent Im[o-iition. N. R. GenrlemeYis Hunting and Shooting Hats, alfo a ifrongSorc for I iveries. To be peremptorily SOLD, Purfitant to a Decree of the High Court of Chancery, before William Graves, �fa* one of ths Ma/iers of tU faid Court, at his ChambtfT in SymontTs Itfrj) Chancery-Lane, on JYednefday tb* ijtb tnjlttnt, at Five in the Afternoon, In tour LotF, I VE RS Farms and Lands in Great Durnford, North Bradley, and Broad Rlunfdnn in WiJrfhire, and in B >urtO!i upn the Warer, in Glonceilerfhhe ; lite the Litate of William Hippiiicy, Kfp, deceaf;d. Paiticulars whereof may be had at the faid
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