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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 9, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Even in Poft Numb. 5855 From THURSDAY May 9, to SATURDAY May ii I / 65 [Price Two-pence Half-penny Falmouth, May London, Durham, Winchefler, Litchfield, { V/aus, Efq; FirftCleik in her Royal High- RRIVLD the Two Brothers, Martin, from Exon; Swallow, Gibbard, fr. Penzance; and the Duke   of Si. David's, Landaff, Briitol, Carliile, and Exeter, Lord Leigh, Lord Ravenfworth, the Bifbop of Sodor and Man, Mr. Baron Perrotr, feveral of ihe Aldermen, Sir John Shaw, and Sir George Pigot, Bans, anum- nefs thePrincefs of W'a'es's Treafuiy-orfice, 10 Mifs Foria i or Kew Thurfday Dents - Farrer Hillerfdon, Elf:- w in Bedfordfhire^ Lfq^ was married to Mifs G.e* daughter of Ofgood Gee, �fq; of Beckenham in Kent. of froin Lifbon York I ker �^       Clergy, and many reputable Ci-3 1 tizens.   The fennon was preached by Doc- CUSTOM-HO USE,  Lon don, WApul ?   i-6r. HEREAS, on SurJjy the 2�h cf March Lift,  abzut Eleven tfCiuk at On Tuefday Jaft died, at Greenwich in J ft ^iUhi^ nnlnhJ./    tor Hallifax, from Genefis, ch. .47. v. 22.    Kenr, John Savery, Efq- formerly em i- /i O/i ? cf bnwgglevsy.te the Sumter of Twenty, ot thereabouts* ^r-t.tct with Fire Arms, and ether cffinfve ft'eap^ns,  ffiffing tn the car* ryir.g away a fatge Quantity c; Tea : And when* Folder, for London. Co :i u/es every week declining. *:o vher evidence than thefe that thc*-e is To:al    1082   7 io Thuifday morning a fine frefh tuibot, of Jl lb. was brought up from Harwich, and immediately fold to a domeitic of Count Seilern, at the rate of 5 s. per pound. We are inform'd that the coals lately arrived here from fome neu> collieries, have obliged the dealers to lower their piice^ full is. per chaldron. If fuch is the cafe, we hope thefe and all other new colliewes will loaf, which wanted 17 ounces of weight. Articles    1 nt� llig p.nce, &>c. from the Postscripts cf all the Evening Papers of lafi Thurfday. "We hear his Maj-fty propofes ro make a four through the capital cities of England this fnm-mer. His Royal Highnefs rhe Duke of Cumberland ic is faid, is going to build and endow an hof-pital near Wind for, for the reception of twelve poor men, *nd twelve women of chat rown, with an allowance of fourreen pounds per annum each, and coal? and candles. It is now reported that the Earl of Notthum-berlancf will be created a Duke, and pi elide ac the Treafi-ry Hoard ; and dint Ear] Temple will be appointed one,of the Secretaries of Scare. Ic is faid thar a luJJ wiJl be brought ii, before the concluiion of this feflior.s, fcr limiting the number of PJace-mrn who ihaii he in Par- meet with the pi oteftion and encouragement j Jiamenc. as Ijeutenurt Edward Dowrt^ Commander of th* FMftone Cutter, in the Service cf the Cu^mi^ with federal oj tie film bek,*ig;rg t- the fame, were e.-.de.wonriv tJ feize tie (aid Tea, and-tn preventing the fine being refitted ;j :m them sifter oe/zttrCy f:niLJy and vtohr.t.y of-flrxcicd 1:kacred and w undid tn tie ExtcuU:n and D'fbar^e of their Lt:ty\ Thz Cwnufficvevs of his Majefly's Cttpcits, in order to bring ti J:liftoric3\ Prints, oue representing Ju stice, :he o:h:r Mkekkksj  from the original Paintings of Raphael, in the Vatican Pj� lace at Jtome. To   be   SOLD, THE Manor of Osbaston* in Lei-cciteribire, wuh the M.inlio> -Houfe, G^r- , aid an Edate udjoiniiii; ; let: to fcv�ral Tenints, at tLe yearly Rent ot 795 i. fubjedt to an Aiuiuiry of 40 1. tor an oJd Life. Ofbalton is about ei^ht MiLs from Leiceller, fiven from Afliiiy, four from Hiucxicy, iiiid one from Market-Harljorough. for IJarricuJars enquir- of Mr. HiJJ, at rhe Ci.ancery OlTice ; or Jin Cook's Court, Jiear Lin- d-ns and Paddock On Sunday night Lord George Sutton, | Mr. Jonas Langdon, who, on account of his great age, has reiigned. Wcdnefday la(i Mr. Tomlins was chofen Cleik to the Company of t'ainiers-Stainers. On Saturday hit was manied, at Mon- lake in Surry, Mr. John Tucker, an eminent Attorney in the Borough of South-walk, 10 Mifs Lillias Millar, of Eait-Sheen, in the faid county. On Tuefday was manied Mr, Banbury, of Cateaton-itreer,  to Mifs Bcllears,  of Birmingham. Thuifday was mairird, at Lambeth, by his Grace the Loid Aichhiihhop of-Canter- youngeit fou of ttie Duke of Rutland, and Member for Grantham, anjved in town from Pai is. Letters from Vienna, of the 2tii pait, mention, that by an'efliraate made of that Court's journey io Infp/uk, the expences of the nuptials, and graad entertainments which are to be made at the marriage of the Archduke Leopold with the Infanta of Spain, the fame will ainount to upwards of 4,000,000 of German florins, about half a million of fterling money. Baron Bothmar, Envoy Extraordinary from the Court of Denmark, has obtained bury, Thomas Cornewal!, Efq; Caprain in the royal navy, to Mif> Talbot, daughter own private affairs, and will fpeedily fet I of Henry Talbot, Efq; cf Grofvenor-itieet. Same day was married, at Sc. George'?, Bloomfbury, Mr. Pagett, an eminent Iron- leave from his Court to return home on his own private affairs, our for that kingdom. Thurfday was held the anniverfary meeting of the Sons of the Clergy, at St. Paul's, monger and Hardware - man,  of Grace- ar which were prefent the Right Hon.jhe ( chiuch-ftreer, to Mifs Day, of Hart-fbeer. Same day was married at br. Andrew s, Baron fident of the corporation, 9 Biffrfrps Holboni, by the Dean of Biittol, Wiiliaui 1 csptto.-i I was l.incured with  ;.) ' heg Lea-ve to offer my-(elf a Candidate f:t thz off :e of one of the Vt * DtKEKS of LiyX.r INCAM F.refr, vacant by the Death of Mr. Crud ; And if J foall have the Happimfi to obtain ycur General Approo.ifnn and Concurrence in r:y Faicuc, [ jhall r,,oft prate-fully acknowledge fo irj> ,\n obligation conferred o?;, Tur oledt:ni and faithful Servant, May 7, r,6r. " \  vt^^c* to acquaint d\c t'uhlic iii .c cr:I (rha: cac*x W*tt'u m fcaJ�it with, Dr. ^Va;kcr\ Nin'.c.)    l.'Cy arc :Kc mo ft plcadm anil iu'^lUUi. i"urc t t am ,*'v�:ji; i iu>-' mo >.ercuri�!^ i n tiicr Ci�iii[n    i.v.. To be hati i: oi'r Wii chouf'.r \� Y.'^':'. n*d f'rown, :hc Hp.-t-r cuvi ot . Ijc:- i.i- c ic       Ou i'aiit, in itfi v>r > *. o r i�.    vl cac;s t.:- TOp�r (c^'ows.   a j vice ilr.CB tirAita p* h'tnat Vttut'vVKSS^Li ai:d Co. coJnV Iiin ; or of Mr. Vnicby, Attorney, ac Derljy. To be SOLD to the belt Bidder, In i he Month of June nerr, Freehold Mefluage and Farm, called Ch s a d r. Ti Park ; ncuare itt Chcaf.iie in the County o; S'atrord, Ciintainin'g about rhrtc hujulred Acres of Am'je, Meadow and Pxiiure Land ; bi-g together in a Rui� fenctr, and now ku ro o;:e reiunc on an oiu Leafc, at the 3'r.irly Kent of     1. o-ily. This Kitdtj is \eiy improva!?Ie ; good Coal lie: mider e\ cry far' of u, and theic is a Power referved for tf.s Laiv'.lorxl to get the U:i.c?at any Tune, durir>: the ConciiiirAnce of.tr.e above Leale. for further Particulars ap;'ly to Mr. Chatter-toji, or to Mr. Francis Hereford, Attorjnes, in AJbborne, Dei by thir?; and of Mr. Baldwin, Maid;j)-L.i"e, L'ovcur G^rJer, London. The Day and I Uc- of Sale will bz further .uh err lied in this I'a^r . A K K A C Very large Parcel, now in the India . ^   Company's \Xarehoufes, for Exportacioa for Home Confumpnon, ta r>e fold at 6d. per ('jal- fon Advance cn the Company's Sa'e ; tnd a lam;e Quantity of very iirong, and of a molt e*ctller.r i:lavo'.;r, at       per UaJlon. JAMAICA    R U The belt cl^r can yctWily be imported, by the I'tecc or Puncheon, ac 8 s, o,d.-SmaJkr Qirantir tiei, at ys.  per Aifo the belt CONIAC BRANDY, atQ5. 3d. -SmaJJer Quantities at qs. 6d. per Gallon. Direct, as ufual, ro Charlhs We s m a n, at die Ko^aJ hiu an^c, .tiid cliey fhaJl I* d^iiver'd, in or near Town (one Gallon or upwards) Car- rii^e free-Samy/�. if fent for to the Punch- houfe in Sw idling's Alley, near the North Eaft Convcr of the Rn'yaJ L>cha3^e, either Brain iy or Rum, \ cry old arid itrong J'rooi, at as. 6d. ArraJt &z 55, per Quart,   For prefent Money o;dy. All Winn as ufua', and cf the mr.ft excellent Qia/iciTs. Kfitiey, &c. to bt paid for, which iiKiil je allovvu whcjiretura'd. .   

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