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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 18, 1765, London, Middlesex J * -I Nurrb. 5P59 proiri SATURpAY May 18, to TUESDAY AY 21, I 65. [Price Two-pence Halt-penny t From the London Gazette* and Houfe > May H I S fel� with a j;ood deal of raodelly and de- j fortune. town, by which he acquired a plentiful corum. day Mi M. Ir is faid they are proraifed to be redrefc'd od private dience; of au- his Royal Highnefs the Dukeof Cumberland. And he was introduced by Stephen Cottrell, Efqi -Affiftant Matter of the Ceremonies. Bankruptcy enlatgea. John Green how, the younger, late of Wood-1 fl'reef, Loridpn, Innholder, to appear July a, it 'GiuMhali. dividends to be. made to Creditors. June 8. Thomas Rayner, late of Norfolk ftreet, in the parifhof St, - Cement Danes, Middle-fex, Taylor, at Guildhall, London. Jline 12. William Sydebotham, and Jonathan Radcliffe the yoqnger, both late of Liverpool Merchants and partners, at the Golden ' Lion in Liverpool?.- Jtoie 10. Geo'rge GoiHng, late of Corahill^ London, riofier, at Guildhall, June i a. Jonathau Weetch, of Ratcliff-crofs, in the .county of Middiefex, Linen-draper, at Guildhall, London. June iy. William Saul, the. younger, of the *Ciry of Norwich, Wool-comber, at the - King's Arms Inn in the parifh of St. Mi- chaH at Plea, in Norwich. June 11. Owen Gibbs, and Charles Gibbs, of . #ifhopfgate-ftreet, London, Tobacconifts and panners, at GuildhalL Certificate to be allomtd. June 8. Benjamin-FieJd, late of Gracechurch-ftreer, London, Holier. LONDON. It is faid his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland was late on Saturday night laft, Mai A few days fince dfed, at his houfe in Effex-ftreet in theStrand, irt an advanced -age, the Hon. Serjeant Wynn, belonging many years to the Court of Cot^mon Pleas, Oij Saturday morning died, at his houfe; at Chelfea, John Vardy, Efqi Firtt Clerk of the works belonging 10 the Royal hofpitai there. The girl who drowned herfelf at theO'd Swan on Friday la ft, was the fervam of a Cheefemonger in Leadenhall-marker, to French nianufa&ure,"for the principal la- J whom a lower fervant at a tavern, out of dies of quality in the kingdom, theirhurry J fun (as he called it) paid his addieffes, which girl took in earneit i but food after find- from the Bifhap the next meeting of -the Parliament, effec-of Liege, had his tual means'will be found to fee things on a firft private ail- Footing to theirfatisfai+ion. . For thefe three weeks pair, a foreign Mantua-maker at the weft end of the town, recommended hv the Lidv of a foreign Mi- nifter,.has: employed a great number1 of <*u fof which h fo great that ihey have worked day and night. On Friday night a young man^ fervant J neighbourhodd, the got up on Friday morning, and putting on the worft cloathsfhe had, went down to the- Old Swan, and to a Diftiller, was taken into cuftody on Ludgate-hill, being one of the moft aftive in breaking the windows of the houfe* of J threw herfelf in: a Waterman endeavoured MefT. Carr and Co. Silk Mercers, and encouraging others to commit a
aJ EichaJi^e, and diey ihaJl be delivery, m or near Town (one GaJldu Or upwaity Carriage firee.-~Samp!es. if fent for co the Pooch-^oufe in Swithrng's Alleys, near the North Eaft Gonxefof the Royal Exchange, eithei Brandy or Rum, very old and ftr<*i* Prooi, a( as. 6 e taken to fnpprefs the further iroporrarion of foreign mantifaflures, cilJ a roral removal of this national grievance can be obtained next feflions. Lafl Mojiday a fire broke our at Plymouth Dock, owing to ;i boy's boiling of linfeed oy] and not being cl*efill, it boiled nver, took fire and fcr fhe buck purr of the houfe in flames.. A barTel of gunpowder being in a chamber over it the flames foon eminnnicared chemfrlvesto it and blew up the whole houfe To be SOLD, t the Houfe of Mr. Bradley, known-by the Sign of the George, in Aiford in the County of Lincoln, On Tuefday the 4th of June next, f irnproveable Freehold Eftate, con* fifting of a Farm Houfe, with convenient unt-buildings, and feveral Clofes of Meadow and Patttire, and a few Acres of Arable; iituateand lying iii Alford aforefaid, and Truf-thorpe, in the faid County ; with three or four Acres of Aleadow in the fogs of Sutton, hi the faid County, in the refpettive Qxupations oc Mr, Sugxrs, Mr. Couplanii, Mr. Evinfon, fiid Mr. Bradley, Mr. Gilby, and others; the Wliole a>ntaxning 1S0 Acres, or thereabouts, and now* lett at the yearly Rent of 1081. Atfo an irnproveable Freehold Ettateat Truf-thorpe aiorefaid, and Maiblechorpe* in the laid County of Lincoln, of the yearly "Rent of 301. in the Occuparion of Henry Rubins. The'relbective Tenants will ihew the Premi-fes; and tor Parridilars apply to Mr. UppJcby, of Barrow, in the foid County of Lincoln ; or Mr. Marris, of Barton upon Humber, in the fame County. To be LETT, Completely and elegantly furnifhed, ALL that Capital MeflTuage ca'1*!, SOUTH-Hl L Ly Or PlSfl Si's LODG b, in Windibr Foreit; with ail the Lands and Appurtenances thereunto belonging; Jate the Eftate of Wi llum Watts, Eiq; deceafed. The Premifes coniiit,oji die Ground Floor, of a Hail, Stair Cafe, two Pailours, a Study fitted up 111 the modern Tafte, with Prints 5 and a Vge Dining-Room, and Withdrawing Room, each 25 Feet by 24, and Height in Proportion, with Bow-Windows buile at the Extremity of the Houfe. On the Firit Floor are five Bedchambers, and in the AtticJc Floor four; Adjoining to the Houfe are Kitchen, Scullery,. Pantry, Houfek^eper's Room, Store Room, Butler's Pantry, two Water Clofets, &c. At a Diftance from the Houfe are, Brew'-houfe, BaJce-houfr, Waih-houfc, Landry, Dairy, IHgeon-h011 fc, Coach-houl s, and Srahling ibr near 30 Hones; Part of which, conhfttng of two Stables of fe-ve Stalls each, is entirely new built; a new built Rani, and other Offices. A large Kitchen Garden, furroonded with hot and other Walls; a very large Pinery, Ice-fioofe, CoW Hath, Grotto? and Gardener's Houfe, The Grounds are laid out in the moderu Tafte, and planted vvicl\ great Variety of Foreft Trers, Ever-greejis and Flowering Shrubs, and contain a Lawn round the Houfe, of. about 90 Acres, bdides Fields, Woods, and Coppice. Two exceeding fine Pieces of Wajer (which' hare the Effect of a Serpentine Rivef) running thro' the Grounds, fed by a co.iitant ruining Stream. All muint the Premifes is a Walk of near two Miles in Length, planted on both'Sid~s greens and r lowering Si irubs; from of which are very a^ reeab*e and pr�b, aiid rhe U hole is iurrowid Pale, and bounded by rhe Foreit Acres of Land, wui�mu the Par George Alderfon room Sal infirmities, has wBening died, at^..-d, *M r. Samuel iCoacEs one of (he greateit corn chandlers about Speedily will bs pzihlilb'd, Elegan ly pi hi ted hi Ojie Voluii.e Oiravo, Trice 7 s. bonnd, ODELS of .Conversation, /or Pcr�b�s or" Prlicc EcKic.tt;cn. *Selcded and triulU:ed tro.n the F.cr^h of JE*. ii} ted for A. Mi Iii^ iu :h: S:rai�d. wirh the l-Vemifcs. Tne Who] immediate Reception of a Teni South-Hiil is in fhe Pariih four Miles from OHKin^ham, t trior, rive trom Sm.ninj� HiJl/ DuKe's Lodt^e, nine from ktidingjtn boid �Wintlfnr, and twe/iry nuietrotn LotTrto^f^ < (Eiii.nire of'Hrice i ilh.r5-Eli^tn vr4ift^Cnt�rt. Cluring-Croft *'Mr. Crutter.'^ep, Anon ey, uC Sur^eoj-s Ha U ; or of Mr. SauJer^h ftm-Xir mitesj ki South hill. �* '
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