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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 11, 1765, London, Middlesex                                From SATURDAY May 11, to TUESDAY May. 14 > *765 , [Price Two-pe.nce Half-perm/ From the Lokdon Gazette. Cmftantinopl ESTERDAY mor- ning a very alar-ing fire  broke out quar ter of Tophana, which burnt with great fury for ix hours, and, in its progrefo to Pera, endangered feve-ral foreign Mini- fters Dalaces. but happily all efcaped: up- Ssof 600 houfesafe confumed, and I ner i �� *o*e bit chains, demoted �o Soy lives loft.  To conmleat the cala- I P,cf� eve7 th'"&tha      ^ mofniftg/ to perform a^atn before all the Englilh.and Hanoverian Generals, in order that they may be made perfeft before he fees them. To facilitate the junction of fo large a body, the Earl of Ancram's regiment is cantoned in the great inns at the foot of Weftminfter-bridgej the Earl of Waldegrave'sat Kenfington^ Sir John Mof* damn's at Vainshall; and the relt as near London as poffibie. Tehy were to be reviewed in Hyde-park, but ir was found not large enough to contain them. Thurfday lait.djed, of the wounds he received by falling off hishorfe in Old-ftreet-tOad, a few days finc'e, asmentfoned in the public papers, Mr, Thomas Bentley, an emfoent Ajeai-fador in Tji*.i(y*lane. On Friday died, in the 8j  LONDON. Sunday morning their Majeftiescame to town from Kicumond to St. James's, where there was a fplendtd court and drawing-room ; their Majeities afterwards dined at the Queen's palace, and in the evening returned to Richmond. Same morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumbeiland came to town from his feat at Windfor, and was afterwards at Court. Same day died,- after a fhort illnefs, Mr. Gilbert �ag-lelton^Gbaftferof theThiltle and Crown aUhoufe in the Hay-market, Same day died Mr. John Silver, mafter of the Fiee-fchool at Stepney. On Saturday died Mrs. Haymer, miftrefs of the Mulberry gardens at Siepney, The following anecdote of the late famous Mr. Roubiliac deferves to I e recorded ; a*y found a Ba Mart Rev. M Reftor Colon na Protefteur his 31 itete Spiiworth in Norfolk, preached before their Majefties at the Ghapel Royal i the Earl of Oxford carried the fword of itatfe. Saturday latt Lord and Lady Findlater fetout from their koufe in Goiden-fquare, Scotland to the amount of 70001. the property of a Yorkfhire gentleman, who advertifed are-ward of yoo 1. in confequence of which Mr. Roubiliac returned the notes, but geoe-roofly refufed to take the reward, though at that time he was greatly diftreffed tor money: the gentleman, charmed with his behaviour, made htm aprefent of a fine fet of plate, and"left him ioool/ia his will, in cafe he furvived him ; but Mr, Roubiliac dying firil rendered the gentieraanVgrateful intention of no effect. Same day the Lord Bifliop of Gloucefter J    Sunday morning early there was a jgreat :xpe�bdv Cardinal Ca fetout for Prior-park, near Bath, for the fu m mer feafon concourfe of people, of the lower-ciaia, aT* bet prara had obtained th� furwvance poft, but he died ten tlays before him. Berlin, April \q. His Royal Highnels the Prince of PruflU is perfeftly recovered froa� his late indifpofition. BANKRUPT. Aun Brooks, late of Pa 11 Mall, in the parifh of St. James, WeQminfter, Milliner and Dealer in Lace, at Guildhall, London, May 18, 203 June 22. DlVIO en us is be wade to Creditors* '?olom-:nde Silva, of Crurched-fri-ars, London, Morcliu.r, at CrnihllVill. June y-   J,ir.es CamphcJJ, late of Lriverpoole, Driller and Merchant, at the Golden Lion in Liverpoole. June 5.   Peter Huffey, Lte of Mark-lane, London, Merchant, at Gtuldliall. Iaft fromPc ere hofe May 23 winter, they ha-herrings brought fro are no way* inferior i north fea, and brought there thiough the Sound. The s,ooc,ooo of florins of three per cent, vefolved by the Sia^es General of Holland to be paid off, were coniraded for in the year 1673, ia the reign of Charles-II. when the Dutch we;e at war with the En-oliih.  It is though: jiiegreaieft part of that gulaiiiies and indecencies were commi:tffd, Archangel, .which   notwithftandine the inrerpofi the peace office/s. populac to take notice, that there are, at this rime, a man and woman in the county gaol of Surry, who were imprifoned,. and a tine of five pounds laid on each of them for making a diltuibance laft fummer, as they weie going to this fair, at ihe Fox under the Hill, an alehoufe in the Dulwich road. Friday lait John Lloyd, late gardener in money mull be employed in our funds, as the King's road, Cheifea, who has lately they have no ivocks that will feich above    abfeonded, and is now in Newgate, for ill , two and a half percent, and which are now worth rcj. Col. Robert Pigor, Hq- to be Captain or Keeper of..Sr. Mawe's Gaitle, in Cjr:*wall, in the June 8.   Cturlcs Hsnry Tha bitzer, of Loir- j  n be taken off, aiid tiiac the f�*id genricinan will rettirn ro hi* naiiu country, before the end of this fnmmer. We heir tint a uurranr was i(Tu?d Lfl week, under the Sign Manual of his Majcfiy, cnablirg Thomas Wigirvvick, Lf'j- of Oftchurchhury iu the county of Warwick, and his heirs for ever, to take and ufe rhe additional name of Knight-ley, and the arms and creft bdrnging to the farrjilj'. A genera) a�l br indemniry, ir it faid, will come under conlidermm next lcflloji of parliament, Oders are come over from Ne\? Y"ork, frr a large qtunrxfy of the belt hop Teed?, in order ra try t^e cultivation of tiiat ufefnl ylsiit m tint pre vince. We hear that the prebend of Canterbury, \acant by thtf death of. Dr. Aycrft, is ^iven to Mr. Sutton, a near relarion to Lord Grainy.   * They write from Pererlbnrgh, th .r fliii^ public fchools for the education of pcaLats and  * Postscripts cf all the Evening April 2, i~j6j9 HEREAS, on Sunday the 24/A of March laft, about Eleven o'clock at Itigbt, a (Sang of Smugglers, to the Xumber of Twenty, 0% thereabouts^ armed with Fire Arms, and other effenjive Weapons, were ajfemhled on the North Shore, near Poole in the County of Dor* fet, in order to be aiding and aJMing m the c*r~ rytng away a large Quantity of Tea : And whereas Lieutenant Edward Down, Commander of tb4 Blkfione Cutter, in the Service of the Cuff mm ^ whh federal of the Men belonging to the fame� were evdeavourtnq to feize the fa/d Tea, and tn preventing the fame being refcuedjrom them after Seit*tre, forcibly and violently ohfiruBed. hindered md wounded in the Execution and Dif barge of their Duty The Commifponers of bis Majefty's Cufioms, Ht order to bring to fufiice the faid Offenders, tto hereby promife a Reward of HFTT POUNDS, to any Perfon or Perfons who jball difcover and ap* prebend, &r sou ft to be Aijcovered and apprehended^ any one or more of the faid offender or Cffen^ ders, oter and above any Reward given by aQ of Parliament\ to be paid by the Receiver General of-his Majefiy7s Cuftorns on ConviSion, fcr each Per-fov fo at/covered and cenvitied : And if any of the faid offender or Offenders do and Jbalf withm three Months from the Date hereof, difcover to th faid l'-emmiffioners two or more of his or their A> complice or Accomplices, and caufe them to be apprehended, fo that they may be brought to fuftue^ and conviSed of the faid Offence, the faid tffender or Offenders, fo drfcovering, foal be acquitted and dif charged from fuch his or their Offence, and receive the like Reward of Fifty Pounds, in Purfi* 1 once of the late AiJ of the iqtb of bis late Ma-jefifj to be paid by 4he Receiver General of bis Majefhfs Cuflorfis, upen ConviSion. J. Fremantl*. STEPNET~SOCI"ET Y's OFFICE^ in^ Bifhopfgate-Street, HE Anniverfary FeaUof thisSoefety- viil be-held at Uraper$ Hall, on Saturday next, the 18th Jnit^nt, at Half an Hour yah Three  o'clock ; to which the Friends to thi� Ciiarity are invited^ by the STEWARDS, viz. The Right Hon. the � Sir Thomas Stanhop^ Earl of Egrnojic, Knc. The kigfit Hon. Lord | Cape Hugh Pigor, Dighy*. , ,  -j-Uriel Wilkes, EfiB Sir George Bridges Rrjxi- 4 (ieorge XKuilif Efy; * ney^ BfeLrc*. 1 Jianes Dickfon, Etf, Tije Boys placed out by this Soci-ty to Man rine Trades, tvili aflemble at Spring Gardens* Srejmey, by Nin� o'clock, and from rhence \yro* cee^l to Stepney Church, at Eleven o'clock; where a Sermon will be]>reach*d by ihe Rev. R^lph Cawley, M� A. Kedfc r of Srepney ; and afper Divine Service the Hoys, being cloathed, will march to the Hall aljoveuientioned. A K K A Papers of laft Saturday. un portant matters ftilJ depending, the parliament uuc. Very large Parcel, now in the India Company's Warehoofes, for Exportac ton for Home Confumprion, to be fold at 6 d. per f Jal-lon Advance on the Companjr*s Sale; ud a large Quantity of very Urung, and of x mofc excellent Flai'oar, at iii, \*r Gallon. JAMAICA   RUM, The belt tlat can puftibly be imported, bytht Piece or Puiicheon. ar (Js. 9 d.~SmaJJa Qoa�t* tiet, nt gs. per Gallon. Alio tliebelt COAIAC BRANDY, ar9�- 3d* -Smaller Quandries at 9s. 6d. per Gallon. Dire6t, asufual, to Chaklb8 Whnmam, a\ the Royal Exchange, and they {hall be deliver'd, in or near Town (one Gallon or upwards) Car-riage free.--Samples, if fent for to thePunch-houfe in Swithing's Alley, near the North JEaft Corner of theRoj'aJ Exchange, eithei Bnuidv or Rum, very old and ftrong Prooi, at as. 6u. Arrack at 31, per (^art.  For prefent Money ^All Wines as ufua], and of the moil excellent Qualities.  Cafts, Bottles, die. to be paid for^ *vhk^.ii*U bj sJjQw'd whqn return'd.   

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