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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 21, 1765, London, Middlesex                                x - 1        - + Evenin From TUESDAY May 21, to THURSDAY May 23 1765. nee Twu-pe/iCt H*.t-ptnny From the London Gazette, Leghorn, May 6. -  HIS day arrived from Algiers, after a patfage of ten days, the Si. Antony, a Du:ch fhip, having on board the officers and men of 1 lie Neapolitan gal-Jies i hat weiecar-ried into flavery fome years ago j they are 44 in all, for vrhofc ranfom the King ot Naples has paid 40,000 fequins.        ^ . By the above mentioned (hip there is advice, that two Aigerine cheques of j6 guns, and one of m*Ts# are loft on ,he hind of Ccfarine, and that bo;H me crews pefiftied. f fThis Gautte contains a proclamation Tor fuppreffing mo�n tumul.s, and unlawful aflbiublies, occafioned by ihe mob attending ihe late numerous meetings or ihefcpiiai- fields Weavers.] Bankruptcy emarg>d% Thomas HnckeJl, of Wideg.re alley, an the pa- of St. Botolph, BiHiopfgHte   London, to appear June i, at Guiidiiair ^ now nr Jate of CooK's- Same day the Right* Hon. William Pitt, Efq, came 10 town from hi* feat at Hayes in Kenu We hear that' his Gtace the Duke of Newcaftle (notwhhltanding-what has been more new manoeuvres among the rr -ops. They writs, from Barludoes, chat the Governor of St. Lucia had publiihed an ordon-nance of the French 'King,  for the greater e nura- faid to the comraiy) declines taking any | encouragement of new ferrJcrs in chat lilmd ; part in the minidry. Tuefday John Molefworrh, Efq*,".took the oaths and his feat in ihe.Houfe of Com- mons, for the county of Cornwall. 'Tis confidently faid, that next feffion of Parliament an ait will pafs.making it felony to import any foieign fiik manufadtuies u ha ever, which penally vviH likpwife be infliifted on the wearer, knowing ic to be fuch. Tuefday morning a large party of foot guards, joined by a party of horfe and huif^ grenadier guards, were drawn up under aims in St. JanWs Park, to prevent any riots or obttru&iuns-hat migui happen to 1 he Members or Peeis paifi.ig or repatfin fiom tnen refpedive houles, biu every china continued the whole day in per fed trarquiihy. Tuefday the Weavers, who were expeded Gener.il officer's, and is going ro introduce fome j To the CenJemen, Clergy ar d F eeu'Jdera of uie County of lornv.u.l. Ge v t r � m w s- TOUR numerous Jppenrance cn Tuefday * lap: at bodm; n mtw ih  .xnd'ng the N iu$ Was Jo jbert as to rend r a p rf 71 J A'yp'icat'fon wipraSicable----7s errs.it i-onur you't *n did me^ by unanim-itfly putt:n? me tn Semination to repre>e/*t this Co* i) in 1 a4ix�i'Ut, and your obliging R fJut ion tvfx o:rt 'h.xt /w// naiK if the threatened ( pp j.tt r. had ret been with. *.r.wn3 lay me uvder ji-onjeft hhp.it! r.s. and re~ quire the m ft ?ary am frate ul A kwzvtedg* menls.---Itjhait, G'rit.eme^, * e my zti e Jin in confequcncc of whieh, a coahderub) berof French planers were preparing to zmlurk thither with rheir ethth from Sr. VmceiuV, where, ir is faid, rhc terms of purclufe are ftill rno high for the general approbation. This week a number of punred hand biiJs, fetting forth the inifvrahie iituadon of tiie poor journeymen weavers from the great encouragement ,of French ijJJcs m tins Jdngd.im, were thrown inro The carriages of the principal nobi-Jiry and gentry ar the Weir end of tiie town We hear that on Tuefday morning eleven of tlje jnnnieyiijen Weavers, deputed from the vvlmJt |>jcly, went down to Weflminiter, as by the a# rtrJ.nfive to [umultuous a.Tcmblies, ir is deemed a nor if twelve perfons meet together; in this liiitance the poor Weavers very pru-tlmrly c\ deavoured not to he deemed rioters, H>y fending h lefs immkr. If is /aid thu a confiderab/e additional duty wiJl iocn be laid on ail  French wines and again co affemble, continued quiet : how-    ^   .  whkh ^ L        J     - -   ''   ,f   London. Tnne 4. and July *, " GiulolialI,_ Henry Bird and Jofe�.l� Qu,l! rry, Snipwrishrs and Copartners, to appear May 31, June 6, and Julv 2, atGtnkUu'., London. Peter Cavallier, of I^knh .ll-Breet, Lnnwm, to appear June y, 11, and Ha'terdafher, afGnikltiil. of Wigan, in the co.wy ^ juu- 19, 20, William R'ifcow, Liiicaltcr, Ueak-r, to ap-NMf at rhe U. ldm Lion 111 U*it- and JuJy ^, itreet, Livtrpoolc TheHiftory of England, or perhaps'hat of any o:he. na'-ii-.,, ri u     fum.ibes an ex- a fub'.ect as mar 'A 111s the ample fo ^'r . ( u:--'  honours himielf moit by honou m thole who have moit men;; and he fci ves uimiel* belt by employing tht-fe v/ho belt fei vc mm, ard �hey mult be thofe who poihfs molt or the contidence of his people j for in 1 heir ^npieft nutis his hi^tieit power mutt con- . IcisiinpoOibie'odefcnbetrulyiheuniver-fal fa,isfaction that is now. felt and eK-" ureiXcJ at the expectation wiiicn is en.er-talned-of high glory to his M.j.lty, and as. hiih happinefs 10 his people, from all future ita.e mealurei.  They know ;ne^ood-nefs of his toyal heart isfucn, that he has no diitind objecls, r,or have they any fepa-tatevie*s: they wi& but iu lha.e in his glery, and to pa.take of his welfare, which, Wh.ibeir fonunes and lives, they will be foliciiousio encreafej and they have but onedeGre moie, which is,-that no inllru-�wit, of diff.-nfion may be fuifered to remain, even 10 put harmony again to the leaft hazard : for what are the grarificatioos �f individuals,'9ppofed to the good of a whole. comiHUDiiy. '.;, Tuefday rapping their MajeQies came from" Richmond to Jit. James's i afer which a areat Council was held^fuppofed to be for fettling the'new MinHtry, which did not'break up^'rill near foar o'clock. Same morning his Royal Hi^hnefs the Duke of Cumberland came to town fiom hisifeat at Wiridfor, and was a forwards at CoMfit* and aflilted at.the faid Council. Same day her Royal Highnefs the Prm-efsDowager of Wales was at Court,"not-withftanding there was no levee nor di awing- ropp. evef, proper precaution were ialcen 10 j^ie-vent their joining and marching in bodies, by placing a llrong guard in tne fohowing manner : two troops of horfe weie d^aw'n up in Mooitields in order of baule, wi.h w colours, UanOa/d^ 8cc. in the ceiuer was a baualion of rhe guards; ihey coiKinued und^r arms ail day : A troop, ot hoi fe was Uationcd at tne foot oF London-bridge, to jirevenr their paJfing thai, way ; and another troop of horfe did duty an he foot of Weft- min Iter* Bridge. Monday the officers of rlie fix regiments of ihe city militia received the arrears of their pay. At a Court of Aldermen 'held on Tuefday, the Lord Mayop-nominated the three following gentlemen as proper perfons 10 �** v*e :tie office */f Sheiiff of this -cay> and county of V.idaleftx : Gr.quetrjo^.es, f..fq; 'Citizen and Barber, At* mas'I ucque', Lfq; C� i^en ana Dyer, I: .;-wt okinrei, Lfq, Cuizen a..cj Cooper, Tuefoay moi unit; ti^ht tine cuacn iiorfes, \ a p'efent from his Majcliy.:o the Heiedi- taiy Prince (�f BranfwicK, fee ou for Harwich in o.der toenna k \ok riuUana. Lexers from Haruou-'g-a <-f :iie 1.41 h in-flam advife, .hat they nja an account fiom S:re!iJZ, iha ihe P*;ncefs Loaa'a Atbertina, of Schwaitzhurg SunJernaufen, died lucie tiie ^th .nltan1, a^cd 8;. Tiie Count d'A^enfon, a French Laft-India ih'p faded ae dih initant, from r*orc L'Oi ient fur Cnina. Monday a ibip auived at the No.e, wicU rto.j quai es of ,\*iea-, waning for the opening of  tie y \" t.i London. Om Friday i a it Mr. Lauzun, one of his Majeir>*s N-;eaengcis in oidina�y, was mar- neu o        S^iiimer.s, ot D^wning-Uicei. On Su ;day la it was manied, ai Stepney chin^/t, a yun*>� manabou.i iO years ot a^e, a fyi^hcr at Poplar, to Mrs. Maynew, of fLoomuooa-lane near that place, a^ed 88 ^ v\'as fo inrorm ihai ihe was dom. V/e are glad to be info, mod clutthe bill for impofing a duty on the ex^>rtAcion of c/uls3 has already ^J'odu.ccd a goodetfeilj in rendering void divers Irirgecontracts wluctt cannot now be complied with withonr rhe freigtuers'iiuHuring a very confider'abJe cxptnc2 \ iiid u e nifo led.ru from Suude'rlaJid, Shields,. CXC tint upwards of forty vjE^Tels which were preparing to loAd ffttrs for Fr-mco and fUndcrs, 6cc. hive lull - their . routs altered 'for ttie port of London, wh*ch Cannot fail of fooli greatly reducing the price &t thievery ctfenci.-il nrricle, Alond�iy a French Ludy.Qf gre^t diUinflion too^. the oaths of ahegunce and fnpremasy to rhe government, in the Court of King's Bench j lhe-beingj ir is faid, polTefTed' of coufiderabl j property in the Gianadoes, one of [he ill^nds ceded by the late peace. I 'We hear that a fcheme is on foot for building Hi handfome m^rktt, on the ruinous fpot oj' j ground between Crcat and Lirth Swan-alleys, I St. "jolm's-ltreetj for the convejiiency of that populous neighbourhood, there being no market coixfigu^us^      , - . Thufidrf'y laft a Dutch velTe], Lden^wirh wheat, w*s ducovered at fca by fome hihei- ivhocaineu her into Birkiri"   xn hlfex ; E?;dea tte.r*tun ic to: Uu* ties of it ; in the Dijc^aree o, u,>nb foall, at all Ttrncs^ be gl diy . jjiited b) the Aavice and Infix* td ions of my C*>r?ltniiBfits I have the Homnf to be, Ctntlemn^ IVncarrow, Tiur .icji obliged, May 16, 17^. And trtofl'dfvoted Humble Shtvant} John Molesworth, jun. Ac the ACADLMY in Linle Tower- Street, London, OUNG Gentlemen are Boarded^ and taught Writing, Accounts, Ma.che* ma tics, ajid Lan^ua^eS) to qualify them for Trades,  rfne Meichauc's  Compting Houie,  the Sea, the Army, tiie Public Offices, and the University.   *   - By IC EATON, With Alfiitants. Puuvls- tmy attend on.y Academy Hour? c� puUiC Innru tton.-large pfi:>cel Pro^oikls, vvitJi the Prices, are to be had at rhe Acad my. Y e men f She is an enrie wreck, wirh ail her hatches \y\Uhed awrty, and no living creature was on bo.ird jder tvuen taken up, fe w A m^nts iuice fome flurpcrs found means tn Ileal two club boxes, in which were near 40 J. from rhe houfe of Mr. hUruun, at the V* caver's Arms in Spiul-fields, and carried them ofK \ H-b PF---be^ April 30.  Laft Monday evening, w^s ltolrn fn m i.cr Lhamlicr window, S Mrs. Brooke, of Worcefter, intends re inng at Whu'.nntide nc'xt, Mrs. Sa v 1 c n v, who is to fucceed, humbly in-treats a .Conrinu^nce of the Favours of thofe Ladies who have before eiic uraged her School; they � may depend on the Young Ladies, committed to nerCare, being intfrudled in every Accomphihmenr,-as well Uieful as Or-nameuial,, on the fame IVms as when Mrs, Brt->5ke ke\>c it. N. B. No Kntrance-Money will be expeded of thofe Ladies who were before with Mrs. Brooke. French, if required, will be taught Grammatically, by Mrs Savigny. The Matters'' who have lmerto inltru�led in the other Science* , will be continued._ Shirts and I ish Cloth, &c. ALarge Sortment of Iriila Cloths, the belt Fabric, and all Prices, from is. to 8s. a Vard, are now feliiAg, very cheap, at rORSTER's Li len Warehoule, Cluring-Crofs. Alio Gulix Holland?, of the heft Sort, from 5 s. to s. an VJl *, and the Cloths are made up into Shirrs, &c. in the neat eft and Itrongelt Manner, for thofe who chufe it; Ell wide Char Mulims 3 s. a Y"ard \ and all S'>rrs of the rineit, plain, ftnp'danl flowerM Mu/lins; Variety of Pocket HandKerchiefs, of tiie- neatell i^atfrns ; Da mafic and Diaper Tablecloths, of ail Sizes and every Price, from 2s. rojos. a Piece ; aud Hue S.'tsof lrdh ajid Hamburgh TaMe Linen ; Irith Sheeting, from i s. to 4 s. a Wd  Strong ian-caihire -uitro, from 1 s, to iXd. a Yard ^ with ail Sorts of Ruflia .*nd Holland Sheer-ing, N. B. Ready-ir.ade Shirts of all Sizes, and every Price, f'om 4 s. to a Guineas Piece. o� /i     tt     i\     A     C     K, A Very large Parcel, now in the India r\. Compaiiy's Varehoufes, fer Exportation fornome Confumution, to be fold at 6d. yet Gallon Advance on the Company's Sale; and a argc (Quantity of very ftrough and of a moit excellent Flavour, at ias. per GaJlon. JAMAICA   RUM, The belt dtar can poflibly be imported, by the Piece or Puiicheon. ut 8 s. t>d.-JnuJler Qiiantir tks^ at 9s, peT CJailon. Alfo the belt CON I AC BRANDY, at      3d. Smaller Qiiahcities at qs. 6d. per Gailoii. Dire^.3,, as ufual, rd Ch ak lei Urs m u a s, at the Royal Kicisange, ajtd diey iliaJl be deliver\I, in or near Town (one Gallon or upwards) Car- Samples* if fent /or to the Puru>:i- tiie North t>ft by an Officer, Mils h-, a celebrated young L..dy of ttds town, Tne happy p^ir went oh* immecliarely m a pft chaife which waited for thein; and tlviugh  they weie traced as far as is they m.ide good their retreat, (as the old Lady held uv-at me aitar duiingihe whole time Tyne-; of   ue ceiemi-ny. On Monday fc'nnight died at mouh, Sir Walter Kidded, of Riddeli-hail, in Tiviocdaie, Bait. On tiie 91 h inRani died at Dundee, Col. Jame> Hallyburon, of hiicur in Scotland. Sunday died Thomas 'ln.inian, Lfqj a Reading, f�:ppoled) co eml>.rk at Ponfmourh, and feek that.freedom and f.�tisfailion in another land, which was denied them in their native country. Her friends are inconfolable-for her lofs; and the young fehows of the town are much affedted by ir, as they had formed high expectations-of her favonr, from her affable behavi- our, and univerfal good lutine. But, alas! theft fons of Mars, nn^ke all ull before rhem, | and a cannon fhot is as ea/ily refilled as a fcarter coat. Edwards, Hop Merchant in Maik-lane, Tuefuay morning'died Mr. who kept the. Ked-lion, a reputable public-houfe in Princttfs-ltieei, Di^y-lane. Tuefday part of the honi of an^oid un-, inhabited houfe in tagle-iireei, near Red-' lion-fquare, fell down : an old woihan and two children had jutt paifed, othenfife they had been bmied in the ruins.-The fatal confequences that daily occur, aa .wed as tlu frequent dangers- to which perfons aie liable, from accidents of the like;nature, call aloud to thofe In power Co 'pievent fucli inconveniencief.. On Monday two women, who go about the country as Egyptians and Fortune-tellers, were' taken in bed in JC-:ni-Itreet, Southwark, andfecured in bridewell, being charged on oath of itrip-ping a girl aged tfve years, daughter of Mr, Palmer, Gardener at Ne-wingian :,Tne pufoneis aie old offenders. : AniCLES^lMTnu'GfcNCE, fa* the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers./ hfl Tu^Og^v . . . - �^ajM|-4lg?s, a narion .   MERIONETH Militia Meeting. t  JT.a General Meeting of bis MofeJlfsA XJL � Lieuttnat and Deputy Ueutendrts for the County of M-&R lONtiH, heid at Dol'^ily, iff the fiid. County} it is ordered, That the Militia Forces of the Jaid County vf Mkkioneth, do ajjembie ^riDuj^eliy afcrefat-i^ cn Tburfiay the  6/j& of June/next, to be Trained and Exercifsd ffcere, for Eight and Twenty Days, according fo \tbe DireEtions c\ the Acts of Parliament now in w � John Garnons, �Clvrkof the deneral Meetings. m 1     a S  V   R  R  Y." A depnt^tiftu 'frepb yt fireatM befwecn' tfcf Wtriine -md Tartary, is itfWt^jjfe^^rii^der to have an audience of ihe ivnprefs. They write froth' Herli.i, that his PrnlluH Majeii/fpendJ much pare of his time with his Ma v, j^6-. O.TlCE is hereby given, ffiat tfe Annual General Meeting of the Lieute *namy? for the County of .^:iry, in Purfitance of an Act of Parliament in tb.;r �af maiie, Willi* held at Jpe White ihni i?m ir^Cnd^id^ on Tuef day the iXth Indart^at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon \ at which Meeting Crders ore remaned to be ijfaed for the retjtrrrng new Ltfis'to th'i fe vetal Subdivision Meetings* and f!:e Timqs ~apd Places to i>e appointed jcr hJdin? thojje Mt&i And alfj, at the f*me limey will be ta^tnKimo Conjideraticn at 'what 2Vi es ai.d ^la^rs itd 0.\\U>\\\vpu M&ytfipl t h a T F 1 s f d. Cr-rk of rhe Uciicr^j ivicc i;.^s. honfs in 5within^s Alley, nea Corner of the Ro>ai Kxciiange, eithei Brandy or'Rum, very old zrA ih-ong Prooi, ai is. 6d. Arrack at 3 s. per Qitart.   For prefenc Money onJy# All Wine* as ufi:al, and of the mod excellent  er Annum, a.:�d capable of very ^rear Imjrove* � rrtenr*,' even to double that Si.m5 in Prj;mrtion ro the Genius, lntereft, Activity and Ability of the Occupier;  hey mig'it convey a filfe Idea 10 tlte VXorl.l, and inumida:eany Un-drftaker in future, reiidrr'd thp "Undertaking \ dii.�en ly ne-eiMry: but as jio (.* nvieti can he f-) clear and I'ecv.ve as that which p to TrAinand J c-nh from undeniable o cu-ar Deriionltraii: a--y Pertou,'dv Jiro-is or luterelt therein, itrvi^d (.is .tliov :) to a iV uyr-ivor-: fubxta:. 1^ t>-e :iar^Vfc;rvi of �U,isj>ing Mm. I etc. rs iVouj jeal Principals (Pnft dti�y and iAtisfactoiil) a'.iwfrret:;  ul no-:; * muus orcoiiceai'd Party wiJJ be taiicn Noiic   

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