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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 4, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The London Evenin From SATURDAY May 4, to TUESDAY May 7 Numb. 5S53 [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the Lonook'Gazettk* Berlin > April 20. N Thurfday laft M. tie Branifki, Envoy Extraordinary from the King of Poland, had his audience of leave of the King of Pruflia at SansSou-ci, where his Pruf-fian Majelty ftill continue?, Hugus7 April-xo. The tranfpArt, with part of the JJmeh troops from rhe Berbice*, which was milling, is gotfafe into the Ifleof Rhe. BANKRUPT, Jofeph Hinfon, of Sucterton, in the county of Lincoln, Grocer and Draper, at the White 14, and at the the vicarage of Boxley, in the diocefe of Canterbury. On Saturday the Governors of the Char- ter-houfe ele&ed three fcholars to the Uni-verfiiy, and prefented (at the fame lime) Earl of Huntingdon to go in his room Embaf- fador to Spain, and Lord Warkworth to he Mailer of the Horfe to rhe Queen. The Countefs of Rochford being in a bad flare of health, is on her return from Spain, the Rev. Mr/Temple to the vicarage of where the E,rl of Rochford is EmbafTador; Sudminiler, and the Rev. Mr. Stone to the *,ld we lie  �'hich are ordcrrd to be put uyon Hart iii Bofton, May *3> Fakon in Bofton June 1 y. DrVIDEKDS to be made to Creditors. May ay.   John Liddcrdaie the younger, late of ThroRmorton-ftreer, London, Merchant, chair and carried to his lodgings at Mis. Wilcock's .in Warwick-court, Holbourn, where he continued fpeechlefs 'till the next day about three o'clock, and then expired. Sunday fe'nnight died.at Salifbuiy, in an advanced age, Mrs. Batbara Wyndham, a maiden' Lady of confiderable fortune; the bulk of which, we hear, (he has left for the ifocks. Letters from Hamburgh, th.it the Dutch are by the way  of l aLhng (fornving panne,� ofJohn the endowment of a charity to be called ander Caimes, both deceafed) at Guildhall. May 17.   John Ellis, late of Hampllhwaite, in the county of York, Cheefemouger, at the Talbot in Leeds. May 30.    Thomas Norton, now or late of Wakefield, in rhe county of York, Cloth Merchant, at the Stafford Arms in Wakefidd. June  11.    William  Bufii, of Gracecburqh* ftreer, London, Woollen-draper, at Guildhall. June 29.   John Beavon,  of Wellington", in the county of Salop, Mercer^ at GuiidluJJ, London. Certificates to be allowed. May 2^.   William MurveJJ, of the Strand, in the comity of Middlefex, Haberdafher. John Stort, late of London, Merchant and Ma- Wyndham College, for thefupportof ten natives of the city, and fourteen whofe hufbands are either rxiier. Elizabeth Robinfon, of Queen-flreet, in the pariih of St. Ann, Soho, in the county of Middiefex, Miilerfer. poor men, poor women, dead, or oiherwife fo abandoned as not to afford them a fufficienr maintenance. Wednefday died John Conrad Heinzeli-man, Efq^ Merchant of this city, at his houfe in KingVioad, GiayVInn-lane. Friday died at his houfe in Redlion-itreet, Holbourn, Samuel Kan ifon, Efq-, many years a Supeicargo, and feveral times a Direftor of the Honourable Eail India Company. Friday, about three o'clock in the afternoon, as Mr. Anderfon, belonging to Co- j vent-Garden Theatre, was coming through Chelfea to* town in his chaife, a dray, thro' the careleflnefs of ihe driver, laid hold of the wheel, whereby the chaife was dragged lb me dittance, and then overturned, and Mr. Anderfon thrown with fuch violence againit a pulley at the tail of the dray, that feveral of his libto were broke, and he very much bruifed. Holland, advife, feamen in rh*r citys with the greatelt diligenc We hear there will foon he a review of the r out penfioners- of Chelfea college in order to make draughts of the moil healthy for grtrrifou duty at Poufmonth, in the room of the ttoops preparing ro emb.-trJc for Weft Florida, \Ve are told from iVris, that fome days after thedecifiou of the aifdir of CaLs, M. Uupleix BacqueJicourr, Matter of Recjiufts, occ. p.ad a vilit ro rhe widow, and prefented her with a J conhderable fum in gold.   Dame Cala? delired to know to whom ihe was btholdm for \\w\i when M. de      ---------- AL L Perfons who have any Demand on the fc.lt.ite of the late Jotui Baiic, of Ay,'t/bury in th; (aunty or* Buck-, deceafed, Dealer in China, Glai>, and Earthen Ware, are dciired iorthwith to ki;d in the fame, and the Nature of their rcfpective Securities, whether judgments, Bonds, $i'v,;L' Contracts, OcC ro Mr. Robert >iealc, or* Ayi-fbury ar'�refaid, Ad-miniitrator, in ooL-r one a Oi\i,.enJ of the faid Ettate ma)'     mad? co them. ESLRTED fr>m rhT"tlo^nth Reg.ineut of Dragon     connn.i.'.^^J l�y the Earl 01 Ancram, and ticm dpt. L'u.ul.ii's Troon, Bay as HnADf.v, five Feet ten Inches hh$h, twenry-four Y-.jus of A^e, dark hrowu ri^ir, pale Complexion, fuil-ihoulderV!, born a: k:;-derly in l.eiceiterihi^e, hy Trad,' a Hiuchtj ; wasinlitred the 7th of Februiry h^, and w-ii off in the Night, between the 29th a-.d 30Cj( of April, irom ".iodahnm, and is thought to 1 a\e had oil a w l-ite Linen Frock, Regimenta' Hi u Wailtcoat and Brecciies, and a R:gimenui Sliver laced Hat. Whoever iecures the did Deferter, ihall recen e from ihe t'omnundlu^ Oif.cer of" tfie futl Regiment, or iron; Robert Irciai*.;, Eh]-, ^A^ent :c> ^it) in Hotui-Streer, Londo'i, Twcnry Snilh;^s Reward, over and above the I'weuty 6hiiii:;^!i aUo'.v-d l;y At\ �;f \-.u\i Miiesr. To b-j L L T r, And eiuci-'vi upon immedut?ly, At Sourhwick in rhe County of S.n.thampron, lix Miles irom t'orrinuuni', tl';e-j tVom Wi^k- lumauJ Fareham, mJ a'^oiit Jixty-i^ven ttom 1 ,ondon, furniih^J, with or without r!nr Park *, ieveral Royalties may he hell wnn ic, l: required. Enquire of Mr. Strong, Clemenc'i-Inn, Loudon. Ahb to ;-e ie'r^ at r.a(t Creech in the Iiland of de bounty j I am charged, Madam, to beg it as a f.iv cc h.�cqueucourt  repiiet:, tv of you that you would int prof's me to put 48 you to the pain of informing you." A young Wcit India gentleman is faid ro have won laft Newmarket races, the fum ct thirteen thoufand pounds (terling. On Sunday morning lalt rhe only daughter of an eminent tradelman, ne.ir Hattou-garden, intitled to a very large fortune, but under age, ran off with a journeyman Baker, in th.it neighbourhood; and it is imagined they are gone to Scotland gOUTHWICK-HO US �, a-reeJ to be married, repaired to church ac- COUNTRY  NEWS. Wonejler, May 2. Laft week the following adventure happened in this city, viz. A young^fellow and his/weethe^ |    Sunday''morning, about one o'clock, a fire broke out in the houfe of Mr. Jackfon, a Baker, in College-ftreet, Weltminfter, occafioned by the crown of the oven's taking fire, which burnt a quantity of flour in the faid houfe, and the houfe of Mr. Smith, a Barber, next door, intirely to the ground: Mr. Smith, his wife (who was with child) COfUi'i^ly 1 j but, juit as the ceremony was going be performed, the young fellow was luftily fent for to be fpoke with by a fnenu who was waiting in the church porch, when, to ilis great furprize, he was feized by a Fcuce Officer (accompanied by fome ef x\\c principal perfons in the neighbourhood) and informed that he mult either go to the Houfe of Corretfton, or take, for better or iL-crfa a young lafs, who bore veiy apparent marks of a prior intimacy with him, upon which he chofe the latter, anu they weie accordingly married the next day *, but fo bsaiy a bargain not fuiting fcim, he foon dtferted her, returned to the other girl, and they have fince taken their leave of this nuarier of the world. LONDON. Sunday ihere was a numerous and fplen-did Court at St. James's; their Majeities were prefent, as were alto feveral of the Royal Family j their Majefties afterwards dined at the Queen's palace, and in the e-vening returned to Richmond. Sunday the Rev. Mr. Spencer Madan, brother-in-law 10 Earl Cornwallis, preached before their Majefties at the Chapel Royal: Lord Willoughby de Broke carried ihe Sword of State. His Royal Hi^hnefs the Duke ff Cumberland airived on Sunday in the afiemoon in town from Newmaiket. Same day his Grace the Duke of Kingfton came from Newmarket 'o his houfe in Arlington-ftreet, Sr. James's ; as did feveral other peifons of diltinc-bon. We hear that joc.ooo J. of the monies to be paid by the court of France, for the keeping of French prilbners, is to be applied for the l'ervice of the piefent year. They wiite from B) andenbuigh, of th* 19th part, that lix large barges, wiihcoilly rnaierials for building the magnificent new palace at Porzdam fur the King of Pruflia, coming up the iilbtr, weie funk in a violent itorm,�and every pcilon on board pejifhtd. On Filday the Bcdfurdfliiie milnia was embodied at Bedford, and ihe Marquis uf TaviltocJi is appoiuted Colonel of ilie faid regiment. . jrfis Majefty has appointed Major Lucius    Ferdinand Cary, from half-pay, to be Major in the 74th regiment of foot, in ihe room of Major Gates, who exchanges. The Rev. Mr. William Winder is appointed Chaplain to the 60th regiment of foot, in the rooint>f the Rev. Mr. Thomas, who refigns. c -a The Rev. Dr. Markham, Dean of Ro- chefter, is prefeaied, by that Chapter, to 1 I JHE Gentlemen, Clergy, arid Freeholders of the County of Co x s w a l r., are dejired not to engage tb>tr Votes and Intereji for any Per-fori to fucceed their late worthy Keprejentative in jparltament, ufittl a General Meeting can he held to take the Senft of the Connty on the Occafion. SONSof thcCLtRGY. HE Anniversary Meeting of the SONS of the C LERG Y, will be at Sc. Paul's Cathedral oil Tluirillay next, ac Ten o'Clocic, audche Fealt at Merchant Taylor's Hall, STEWARDS. Rev.   New ton   Ogle, Put'-cCa i;i file County or Dorfer, vvithui two Miles ofclu'        A very line lJve-Clay Pit. h'', t3 hart. Sir Fran. Uoilingj Knt. and AJdermaji Rev.Dan, Runon3D.D. Chanc. Oxoji the flames naked, thing. It alfo damaged feveral others, but by timely alliltance of firemen and engines it was happily extinguifhed. What ii> remarkable, the huufe wheie it be^an is but little damaged. . By a gentleman of veracity, who isjuft come fioiti the Welt, we are informed, iliac at tne beginning of lalt week, veal, mui- lamb, and beef, all exceeding good in were fold in Salilbury fiom Canon ofSarum,D.D, Rjv. W.Powei!3LL.D. Rev.  f-rancis   Header Foote, L. L. B. James Calverta Ef]; Cnarks Eyre, Efq; Robert S.in_xay, O'ejit. ic fcinp.TOr's Culleftion a: Flojc.icc. :.]vfitek. Da.sa.e, in ctic C'oUection ct rAvi Kln^ ot Naples*, i f 1 kinds, was gave ton, their two-pence half - penny to three-pence a pound, the higheit price-, -nor, as he fays, can ihe Welt Country people believe that meat is fold fo dear in London, as is mentioned, fince there cannot be any poifible seafon affigned for it, that wears the face of truth. Wheat at the Corn-market on Friday went off very heavily, there being biu few buyers, the prices being expected to fall considerably. Thuifday night Charles Holloway, who committed to the Gatehoufe the fame morning,  on fufpicion of robbing Lord Spencer, expired of the wound he himfeJf, as mentioned in our iaih On Saturday lalt a man was commuted to New prifon, CJerkenvvell, charged with ftealing divers dead bodies f/om ihe burying ground in Whi'.ecrofs-ltreec, belonging to the parhh of Gipplegate, and felling tiietn to the furgeons for two guineas eactt} on lcaichingthe ground feveial empty coffins weie found. The young woman found in ths hamper, wasbuiiedon Wednefday evening lait, whole corpfe was found entire, and not mangled or cut, as mentioned in our laft. We hear that his Majefty has been pleafed to grant a free pardon to John Stringer, who was capi.ally convicted at lait King-iton a flues for the murder of his wife, on account of fume favourable ciicumltances in his behalf. Articles ^/Intelligence, g^r. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of h/l Saturday, Some of the changes now talked of are, the Earl of Northumberland Secretary of Sure-the Earl of Hertford Lord LientenajK of Ireland ; the Earl of Rochford to go Embaflador Lxtraoidinary to the Court of France ; and the Trie Mniic will cor. Hit of Mr. Handrll'sCh er-ture in blithe**, and his new Te Deu.n ; an An-th m, comjoled by Dr. ttoyie, for tMs p tiruc down j and on TMirfday foJJowvijj" his Houfe broke open a-.d robbed by E-J-, Paper-maker, who work'datthe laid Mill, and direttjy ab-fconded for the fame, but lus been, fome Time feen fculxing in Londoji, and is now at work at fome Mill in its ago, thought to I) Neighbourhood. Whoever will fejure the faid E- , that he nuy i)e liron^ht Iwrbre a Mngiltrare, J fo ihaJI be intitled to Two Guineas Reward, to be paidljyMr. Dicas, Oilmui, ut Alderigate S:reet, and upoji his Conviction to Twejuy Cimneas Reward, to be paid by the Rev. Philip Pnieitoii, Redtor of Worthenbury in die County of Flint. The faid E-- J- about five Foot four or rive Incl.es high ; bad then d*rk-hro\vu Hair cut ihort, ai:d fpeaks Eighth ^ ery weJl._ This Day were puhliJVd, PROPOSALS f >r Engraving by Subfcriprion, FOUR Historical PRINTS; confifting ot the tollo.viiig Subjiits : 1. A Ve xu 4, in th and Da, both Iromthj Pii itin^s or "Ti*i � 11- \. Estheh before Ama.sueR.Uj, i'i thj \'>i\ beri.ii P.Uac^ ac Rons. 4-Abkama .m puuinii 3wj; ; I a a a, \w :he Sampler t Palace a: n  be fjen a: his i-iouij ui Calrle->:ree:, Leicefter-rieliis 7 wher;^ ^ubtcttptinns arc taLca ii'., will be cotidimed      :h? 2>rri hilTant. N. B. ]uft pubhih'cl, Two Hiit.irical Piinrsj one r^prefsiuing ]\jsticl, the oth^r Miieksess j fro.n the entjhial Paiiui.ji.s of P^phacl, in die Vatican Palace a: Rome. SMOLLETT's Continuation cf bis H ISTOHYof KNGLA N D. THE Purchafcrs of thac Work arc rfefTrcd to :ake Notice, iliac the Ftfrh Nuvubcr of the Fitch a:id Ult Volume i-i :hi5 Day .pubbriVd, e.n--belliflied wuh an cle^anc Por:raic of Jus bcrene iiigh" neis the H^veditary \ rincc of Brunfwick, engraved by Tasini. No. I. coiitained the Heads of Lord Bu:e ind Mr. Wilkes i Nv>. It. Lord Give j No. III. Lord Albe*-marlcj and No. IV. a correct Plan of the Ci:y ani Harbour of the Havania, with proper References. A compile Edition of Or. Smollett's Continuation, in Two Volumes Qiiarco, with the Author's laft Corrections, is tu the Prcfs, and will be publiflied th� Be^nnuig of next Winter, :^ accommodate Gsntlemga who hav/dcfir.-d r "> p.irchafj :hs Work in that Scace. Printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-nofter Row. An exadt Rcprefenta:ion of the Court ia Wcitmiiilter HJJ, ac the TrrJ ot 1 ord Hyron, tVawii o;i the S^oc, being the ojiiy true one yc I'ubiiihed, is given ui HE LONDON MAGAZINE, A a�w in the India a     K A Very large Parcel, a�w Com^ny's U"arehoa;�, for Exportaiion for Home Coufunr. rion3 to f>c fold at 6d.     Ual- Jon Advauice on the Coinv^ny's Sale; md a large Quantity of very Hro^, and of a inoit eicellciit flavour, at ris. \*r Cjajlnn. JAMAICA    K U M, The belt d at can poilibly b- imjxarted, by the Piece or Puaicheon      H s. y d.-SniaJJex Qnami tie, it as. per Ciailon. Alio the bell CONIAC BRANDY, at^s* 3d- Smaller Quautines at qs. 6d. \xr GaJloa. Direct, as ufua], to Chaki.hj Wen m a m, ai the RoyaJ fcxciiaj.^e, and they iluJl be dciivcr'd, in or iiear Town (ojie Gallon or upwards) Car- ri.*^ free--'Samule*, if knt tor to tt\e Punch- houfe in Sw nlung's Alley, ne^r tii^Norcii flail Corner of the Ro>"aI fclxchaj�^e, euhe? Branny or Ruin, very old and ffcrong Prool, ai is. 6
                            

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