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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 14, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The London Even in Numb. 5 7 From TUESDAY May 14, to THURSDAY May 16, 1765. rice Two-pence Half From the London Gazette* Madrid, April 22. IE letters froraCa- diz received this day, mention that the new Briiifh Conful,Mr. Hardy, was very foon expe&ed \ and that the Vice-Conful, Mr. Jef-fon, died there the 15th of this month. Turh9 May x. The King of Sardinia, who. on account of a defluxion on his eyes, had been obliged 10 keep his room for fome time paft, is now able 10 go *wt every day; and her Royal Highnefs the Duchefsof Savoy, who has been indifpofed with a fever, is in a fair way of recoveiy. what The noted woman Ihoplifter, who was j STEPNEY SQ Or wlut the ruby lip, Where Cupids did in ambufh |ie^_ And balmy ntiftar ftp. The rofeare cheek-die milk-white breafl, On ivbicb I luUVi my foul to reG ! XL I can no more-the mufe's grief Forbids the verfe to flow, Nor can her charms afford relief, Ai when thou werr below ; Wbeu thou and her, amid tht grove, Oft baniih'd �are, and crown'd my love. Readings Btr&s. L O  N  D  O  N. Tuefday a great number of journeymen Weavers, with a black flag carried before them, accompanied by their wives and children, went up to St. James's, to reprefent to his Majefty their diitrelfed condition for * York Houfe, May 12. . fel, Minifter from the Bilhop of Lie^e, had his firft private audience of his Koyal Highnefs the Duke of York. And afterwards of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gl�jucefter, at Leicefter Houfe. To both which he was introduced by Stephen Cornell, Efq; Affiftant Mafter of the Ceremonies. dividend to he made to Creditors. June 8, Timothy Henner,of Norwich, Dealer, a� fttvaii in Norwich. This day M. Rouf- I want of work, occafioned by the importa- good Their Majefties being gone for Richmond before they reached Si. James's, moft of them went to Richmond ; where one of the Lords in waiting brought them word from his Majefty, that he would do all in his poyver for their relief. The Lord Mayor and Court of Aldermen at Guildhall, having notice of the above St. about a twelvemonth a^o convided of felony at Weitminfter Quarter SefGon, and fentenced to be tranfported, has been lately fcen in London in a very gay apparel. While (he was a prifoner in the prefs-yard cf Newgate, (he was attended by a female Black, who (he brought from Virginia, on her firft return f.om tranfportation, and who Ibe took over wirh her this laft time, in which country, it is faid, this dexterous felon has large po lie (lions. articlrstr pain, 5ub;eft to earth's coiitinual crofv ' To woes and pfeafures vain ; WhoiUlJ mull time her plaintive layij Lamenting while fhe fings thy praife  \ '  *      VIII. As the gay Baxv'rtt lift? its head, Hreathing its Avetrs around, Plac'd in {bine unfrequented ihade, Arid oft by chance i$ found; So thou, ia Weft obfeurity, Firft met. aad charm'd tuy wandVing promoting Ciuiitian Knowledge in Great Biitnin, and for fupporting a lVoteftant milTion in the Eaft Indies, on which occa-fion they had an elegant entertainmen1, at which the Lord Biihop of Soder and Man, and feveial other perfons of diltindtiun were prefent. Monday ihe-Rev. William Baily, M. A. late fellow of Wadham College, Oxford, was inllituied by the Dean and Chapter of St. PaulV, to the livings of Biem Pel ham and ForneauK Pelhatn in Her.foiulhire, worth 200 h per annum. Tne Ma�qui^of Gran.by has been pkafed to appoint Richaid Sutton, �fq; Banifter at Law, to fee Solictor to hia MajetlyV Board of Ordnance, in the room of Serjeant Sta- nyford, deCeafed. Robert Browne, Efqi Firft Clerk in the Old Annuky-office, isappotwed to fucceed Henry Thomas, �fq; now Qerk of the Pateniin the Old Pell office j and Mr. John appointed Junipr Clerk in the Exchequer. 'Tuefday began Epfom taces, when three horfes ilarted for the plate,  which was won, with great eafe, by Mr. Lai ham's herfe Snap. T4m to three in bis favour. On Monday ibejf began the hay harvelt at Haramerfmith, Kenfington, and that neighbourhood 5 and hay is at pTefent cut- tiag in almoft all the fields in the neighbour. hood of this great cuy^ which, in general, turns out fine and plentiful, inferior to none that we have bad for many years paft. , Laft week was married, at St- Andrew s church, Hoiborn,.Mr. Doiley, fon of the Tiaomoneer. of odds Mr. WtUiam DoUey Tlioa wert what e'er could And keep tbe Lov*t*s h Holborn, to Mils Sheen of the latne piace. Monday died at his houfc in the 5 road, near Gray's-inn, in an a ced age, John Arthur, Efqj late Barrifter at Law, and in great pra&ice as a Chamber King van with Audbleft Counfel Qn Mo Woodford irt Effex That could the am'rons fwaio invite  iadttlgc3 y� never wound delight! Ma*ef H�S�iy Hankey, ifecond foja oft Hank NEW-CROSS Turnpike. A General Meeting of the Tru/iees for Repairtvjr tbe Roads from the Stows End in Kent and Bernwrtdfey Streets, Scntlnuark, to Dartf'ord, andJcverat other Places in tbe Counties of Kent and Surrey, is appointed to be held on Saturday tbe i-th Inflanti *it the Bowling-Green Mouje ot. Black-Heathy by Ten in tbe toreno?n\ at which Meeting, tn purfuance of tbe AH o; Parlia-rnznt lately pajfed^ Try (tees 'will be ele&ed m tbe Rxom ej thejewkoare dead, removed out of tbe Counties^ or have refufed to a&* � S ERTED from Capi. CANE's _    Company, of rhe Forty-turd Regiment oiToor, coinmandeJ by Lieut. Gen, �JOEL, Richard Penn, Serjeant, about Twenty-five Years of Age, five Fett L*ven Inches three Quarters high, ireih Complexion, �tndy Hair, &rey Eyef, round vifaged, two Scirs in fbe Forehead, by ir^de a Vmuifir, ferved his Ap-prejitxcciiiip iji ibme Tavern near the Royal Exchange, London; was born at Highworth in Wilts, and defer ted rroni bis Furlough to "Highworrh, abo-.it t;.e i6rh of ApriJ 1767 ; went otf in bis fuJl Regimentals, and Silver-hiked Serjeant's He^iuicnul Swoid. Whoever lecurcs the fad Deftrter inajiy of his Majtfty's Cja'ols, and jiives Noucethereof to the Commanding officer of the Regiment, at Cna-tliam Barracks; or to Thomas r-iiher, Ef iil Court in Front, and a nea^ luck Garden 1 lyiii^-liehind the Houic, 1    For further ParfM;! tis and Co:idirions of Sale jj enquire of Mr. Carafe, in Tlijeitia^Ue Street,-London j otMr. Lu\cfryy A'toxaev ^ ia-v in Bedfo.0. rtne Trades, will afferable Stepney, by Niiieo'ClocX, aial from rlrence jto-* ceed to Stc;>nry Church, at Eleven o'clock ; where a Sermon wiii heprrach'u bjrxhe Rev, Rilph Cav^ley, M. A, Rett; r of Stepney ; and afti-r Divine Service the �*>y�, bring cfoathed> wiii march to the HiU a'oi eroentioaed. To be l* Completely and elegamJ? funiifhed, ALL that Capkal Mefluage ca'ldd, Sot/TH-H4 t l, OT'FlSHSA'* LouG�, in Win'tibr Foreit ; with ali the Lands and Ap* purtcnances thereunto bel.^n^iiig; J ace the fclitate of Willi am Wa tjt *� Efq; deceafed. The I^reiui^es coiiXUt,on tii* Groan�l fioor, of x HaJi, Stair Cafe, cwo Parlours, a &udy fitted i:p in tfae uio4x.ni Xaile, with Irinrs; and a large Dining-Room, and 'Wiihdrawing Room, each 36 Feet by 14, aid Height in Vxo\ ortion, with Bow*Windows built at tlie Extremity of the Houfe. On the Firlt Floor are rive Hcd-chatiibers, and in the Attick Moor four; Adjoining to the Houfc are Kitchen, SculL-ry, I^-try, HcarfeJceeper's Room, Store Room, Butler's Pautry, two Waier Clofets, Sec At a Diftauce from the Houfe are, Brewhoufe. Bake-hoof*, Wa(h-houfe, Landry. Djiry, rtgeoii- houfej Coach-ijouhs, and StalJiug for near 30 Hories; Part of whic.i, coniiftnig of twpStaolrsof fe* ve Stalls eacli, is entirely new built $ a new built Barn, and othex Offices. A Jarge Kitchen Garden, furrounded with hot and a very large Pinery* Ice-hoofe, Cold Bath, Grotto* and Gardener's Houfe. The Grounds are laid oat in the modern Tafte, and planted with jareat Variety of Foreft Tree^Ever-greeJis ajid Flowering Shrubs, and contain a �awu round the Houfe,. tf about 90 Acres, beiides Fields, Wootk, ai^t Coppice. Two exceeding fine Pieces of Wat* (which have the Kft'ed ot a Serpenuue River),running thro1 die Grounds, fed by a co.iftant noining Stream. AA rrauid rhe Premiies is a Walk of hear two >fties in Length, plajited on botii Sides with �ver-greens and t lowering Shrubs; from fcvWaM^jirts 01 which axe very agreeable and ettenh're Prof-pe�te/a*i the Whole p furroo/ided witn a-Haric Pale, ajid bounded by. the ForefL About> fixty Acres of Land, withoiu the J^rfc, wifl bff lite with the Premifcs, 3K^e Whole is fit (or- the iinmediate Reception of a Tfenanc* South-Hill is in the Paufliof Eaftfaamftead, four Miles from Oakingbamythree from Bag-ihor, five from Sunning fcUll, Jix from the Duke's Lodge, nine fjpm Reaj&tg, ten horrj Wuidfor, and t\\ enty nine from JL oa�lon� Enquire of Brice b lfher, Efq; in Craij^vGOTrt, Cliaring-Cmfi -r Mr. GrutteiiUen, Aaomejs ai Surgeons Hall ; or of Mr. SmUct^ on tUe iVe* inifes, at South Hill. To be SOLD, : tfae Hooie of Mr. Bradley, known I Sun of die George, in Alford in the C ofLincoln, On Tuefday the 4th of June next, AN improvable Freehold Eftate fiftine of a Farm Houfe, with con- Out-building?, and feveral Clofc CQUVt* Acres of Arable ; iituate and lying in Alford aforefaid, and Truf-thorpe, in the faid County ; with rhree or four Acres of Meadow in the Ings of Sutton, in the laid County, in the refpedtive Occupations of Mr. Sugars, Mr. Gouplaud, Mr. Eviiifon, faid Mr. Bradley, Mr.Gilby,and orhers; the Whole containing 180 Acrcs> or thereabouts, and now lett at the yearly Rent of 1281. Alfo an immoveable Freehold Efrateat Trnf-thorpeafnretud, ajid Marbfethorpe,. in the did County of Lincoln, of the yearly Rent of 30 i. in the Occupation of Henry Rubijis. The reipecHve Tenants v^iliihew the Premi-f�; and for Particulars ap^ly to M^. l*ppJe6ya of Barrow, in the iaui County of Lincoln ; 01 Mr. Marris, of Barton upon Hurnber, hi th i the other E- ajc.tnere, of which there are 12 Vears yet tuievpired. A Plantation in t;-e Pariihof St. Ttiomas in the Elait, in the faid Iiland ; confuting of a good Serof Works near the Sea, with all necefTary Conveniences, in excellent Order j 
                            

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