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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 28, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The Numb. 5F63 From TUESDAY May 28, to THURSDAY May 30 [Price 1 wo-pence Hait-pcUny From the London Gazette, Co^enhagen^ May 7. H E Queen Dow-a^er, who has been much indif-pofed during all ihe iaft winter, is now pretty well recovered. They write from Warfaw, that as fuon |^ Articles ^/Intelligence, as all the Ruffian troops had evacuated the       the Postscripts of all the Evening MAR) From t  at the Hurfe and Groom in Bradford June 20. John Prentice, of Ipfwich, in Suffolk, Ship-Luilder, at the houfc of John Lamb, in Stow-marker, Suffolk, SCOT   LAND. Edinburgh, May if.   Thii morning arrived in Leith haHxjur the Royal CharLrre Excife yacht, Cpt. Duncan Aire, Contmander, with 1x40 pound? of tea, and a large quantity of fpirits and-wine, feized by him in the North 'country, which was lodged in the Excife ware- and ihe Severn, Cap 1. Gaibejrt, failed from the Downs for fiudfon's Bay. The loth inftant a brigamine, name un- knownt from Liamburgh, foundered on the coaftof Holland ; but ihe crew were laved by takiA^ 10 the long boat* A Dtjicu fhip from Bayonne, with wines, for Breuiea, is'loft at Sciliy i ihe cargo is faved. Monday evening a pleafure-barge coming up ihe river with fome people from Greenwich, ran foul of a Duictiman's hawfer, by the unQciifulnefs of the rowers, ando-verfet, by which accident a young man was drowned. For fome Sundays paft there has been no fermon preached at the c&apel in Duke-itreet, LincofnVinn-fields, which" was regularly ddfff for many years palh' The reafon for difcontinuing them is variojjfiy talked of, Thurfday Iaft the* Rev. Mr;Beachcro& was indufted into the re^/'i. of St. Swi- have been the authors of fome late piracies in the Channel. Monday morning early a duel was fought in St. George's he Ids, between a Captain of a Merchant fhip in the River3 and his chief Mate, about fonie wages due to rhe latrer; when after difcharging their piflolSj and the Captain being /lightly wounded in the arm, the affair was amicably adjufted, on a promife of the Mate's receiving full fatisfadion for what was due to him. Very large Parcel, now in the India Compaq's Warchpufes, for Exportation for ^ome Confum; tion, tofold at 6d. per Qah Ion Advance on the Company's 2ale; md a arge Quantity of very llrong, and of a moft excellent flavour, at 125. per (JaJlon. JAMAICA   RUM, The belt tliar can pofliUy be im{K)rted, by tht Piece or Puncheon* at 8 * 9 d.-SmaJler Quanti* ties, at 9 s. per Gallon. Alfo the belt CONIAC BRANDY, xtqt. 3d* --Smaller Quandties at 9 s. 6d# per Gallon. Diret*, as ufual, to Cbaxles Wsnman, aV the Ro>al Exchange, and they IhaJl bedeliver'd^ in or near Town (one Gallon or a^rwards) Carriage free.-Sampieu if lent for to the Poneh- houfe in Swiching's Alley, near the North Eaft Corner of the Royal Exchange, eithei Brandjr or Rum, very old and ftrong l^ooi, at xs. 6d� Axrack at gs. per Quait.   For prelent Mqttey only. AJ] Wines as ufua', and of the moft excellent Qualities. Caflcs, Butxks, d^c. to be paid fifrf whi ^ i"hall /� aJlow*d wh^nreruri.'d houfe. On Monday lift James Ritchie, Efnj Merchant in GLfgow, was married ro Mifs K^ttj Ker, daughter to the Hoji. Rr-herr Ker of New-field, Efq; Direflor of the Chancery. FORT    N � W S] Port/mouth  May 28    Arrived rhe Eleanor, ' ^r^^^j "^.f^; was pUrchafed Farmer, from PI3 mouth ; Sufannah, ShumacJc, 1    J    r - .    - froin South Carolina ; and Conio, Kei-y, from Sailed the Rotham, Br^oKs,  for thin's, London-ftone.-Tne above living ufed tobealternaiel} in tie gift of the Dean and Chapter of Cameibmy and ihe Salters Company; but fome years fince the Cotri- Ntwcatlje. H � de grace ;  and Dil^ence Stile for t .   �    n   ,      ,f/i ( Tan is,  Houfhold Arrived yeflerday,   and     v.          w , , (- London. Peal,  May 28. failed for tte River, the Love and Umry, rVmr, .-i-.     Came down  yrit-rd.iy, the Scorpion, Willis, fot Bourdeamc. Whd S. W. from failed, No flaps in the Downs. Grave/end, May 28. from Paft hy the Hanhnry, by Mr. Bcarcroft's fatiici, fur thefumof tnree tnovifand pounds. The Kignt H,�n. Lord Talbot, Steward of the tioiilhold, has appointed Mr. John Ciek   of the  King's Kitjrhen, to be G-.milcaia'n of the Ewry at St. Jaraes'i, in the 100m of Mr. Jeweit, de- ceal'^d.' Fiday was manied at Harwich, Capiain m '-ne buci.tus crade, to MifsPe- Eafton, from Virginia; Dorothy, Moody, from North Carolina;   Dorfe*thire,  Hardy j of Chelmsford. Pavne Lee - and Lady CamUh,  Crawford, | at Wft ..inner, from Sc. Kirt's - u-^r. Rarfon- from I rineJNcuo', unly_dauShter^of the Con^cw, nelope Tuckv r O  Sunday Anthony Wright, Efq; Brewer at Wt It ninlter, -.vas married to Mifs Catha- Rev. A   LIVING   WANTED. AGentleman would give 2001. to obtain for a young Clergyman the 'next Prefenfauoi; to a Living, in any Part of England, that 45 hke to be foon vacant, tkongh v( no more than 701. or 8o J. a Year, provided there is a habitable Houfe for tbe MTwiner to re1 fide in, and th-'Duty not too" fatiguing. Be pleafed to fend Particulars to Mr. Daw-ling, in Turner's Square, Bedford Bury; or iig-nif'y where to be waited upon. N.-B. No f-coad Perfon will be trea-ed with. To   be   L � T T, And enfer'd upon immediately, Good well accuftoaed Oil Leather _ _.ML11, witji convenient Water-Pits, Dry-ing-Honfe, and all inczffary AccommotUtions for carrymg on that Kuhnefs \ and a fmaJi l;arceJ of Meadow Land contiguous thereto: Situate at Alidhurft in SufTex late in the Olcu-pation of Mr. Thomas Am'w, Knquire of Mr. Oliver Tilbury, or Mr. Henry Rcede, loth of Mi hut ft aforcfaid. To be L E T T, Coin;'lereJy and elegantly furniihed, ALL that Capital Meffuage caUod, So U T H- ti I L L, or  Fl SH E K7S LODGKj in Wiudfor Ioreit ; with all the Lands and Appurtenances rUereunto' belonging; late the Iritlate of AX' ilium Watts, Kiq; deceafed. The Premifes conitlt, on rhe Ground Floor, of a Hail, Stair Cafe, two Parlours, a Study fitted up in the modern Talle, wifn Prints; and a large Dining-Room, and Withdrawing Room, each 36 Feet by 24, and Height in Proj^ortion, with Bow-Windows built at the Extremiry of the Houfe.   On the Firit Floor are five Bed- To  be > S O L D  in Fee,  ;� Manor and Demefnes of Tarrarjtf Dbrfetfliire, bei;.^ chCefy-Lane, London ; or to Mr. Samuel Way, Attorney, in Sherliornt, Dorfet. Any Part of the Purchafe-Mor.ey may, if a Purehaf-r pleafe, remahi on the Security ot the Premifes ar a reafonable fntereft. To be S O l D, Plantation in St. Thomas in the Vale, from St. JUtt s t Koyai nuiuci, iwwu, , v '       " \A   *        r)nlun>h Aneona - Difpatch, Coldflream, from Galipoly ;    Mic.iael Newcun, M-A. of Dulwich 'ZSr fromMafterland; andAn^       A few davs ago diedatai? Seat neor Col- .      � Hrlt Floor w hve ^?hirSZr.v ! chefter, in l-i&x, Capi. Martin, fon of ihe   chaxlibcrs anil ln the Atiick Floor four: Ac foil, Chick, From Koowy. ___^ r_ K^rttn   ff.rmerlv in the Eaft- 1 fining w the Houfe are Kitchen, Scull-ry, Pan- xry, Houfckeeper's Room, Store Room, Butler's l o n c r> n. i late Capt, Marrin, formerly in the Eaft- I-dia Company's f&vice, who fome yeais Monday laft his Royal Hi^hnefetheDuke | ago picferved his ihip from being taken, of Yoik, accompanied by L-rd fnmp ml�r nerfons of diftindiurr, went e they ^ook a view of the Royal hofpital, and a'fo wenr on board Ludlow,    when attacked by tnree trench Privateer*.; to Greenwich for which fi&nal Service he was prefented with a ^ld Weda* fee with Diamonds. On Monday died at1 his Appattmems in the Charlotte yacht i after which rhey took [ Fenehurch-S. ;eei, Capt. Leonard Kilham. a view of Greenwich Park, andthenume- \ fzirtimr* annninred in London and Middl rous company there affembied, from Lady Catharine Pelham's houfe; and then proceeded in their coaches 10 Woolwich. Early on Sunday morning the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor fei out from his houfe in LincolnVinn-fields for his feat at the Grange in Hampftiire. Ttiefday the Right Hon. ihe Earl of Huntingdon, fet out from his houfe in St. James's Place for his feat in the country. As did alfo the Right Hon. Richard Rig-by, for his feat in the country, from the afovefaid place. ' Dudley Alexander Sidney Crofty, Efq; his Maj�fty's Refident at the court of Denmark, has obtained leave to return home, and is daily expeded in town from that kingdom. T|ie laft letters from Pererfbourg, of the 2d inftant, mention, that the Marquis of Bauflet,. Minider from the Court of France to the Emprefs of Ruffia, -was at length ar* lived there. Mansfield the Rigiu Hon. William Lord Lord Chief juitice of his Majefty's court of .ingVbench" at Weft-mi nfter, in and aLerTi 1 r.ity Term, 176y. Mi J 4 * Mcnday, Monday, 14 Afier Term. Thurfday,  June zj London. Thurfday, Jur 17 I Tuefday, Tuefday, i      After Term. June id Mid. is I Friday, 28 Sittings appointed in London and fex before the Right Hon. Sir Charles Pratt, Knt. Lord Chief Juftice of his of Common Pleas at Majefty s court Weftminfter, in Middlesex. Monday,    June Friday, Thurfday, 4fier Term. Thuifday,  June 10 10 London. Thuifday, June 1? Monday, 17 Fiiday^ 2,1 After "Term, Friday, J IJantry, two NX ater Clofexs, &c   At a DiJranee from tlie Houfe are, Hrew-iioufe, Bake-lioufc, Waih-houfe,   Landry,  D.ary,   Pigeoji-lioufe, Coaclt-lionirSj and Stahling for near 30 Horfes; I'art of whicn, conliftui^ or two Sta[>ies of fe-ve Stalls tach, is ojnirely new l>uiir; a new built Barn, and oilier Offices.   A large J\irchen Gariicji, furroujideLl with hot and ottier Walls; a very large Pinery, Jce-Iionfe, ColA Hath, Grotto, and Gartlener's Houfe    The Grounds arekhl out in the modrrn^Tafte, and planted with great \fariety of Foreit Trees, Ever-greens and Flowering Shrubs, and contain a Lawn round the Hc*ufe, of al>oi)r 90 A 5 es, beiides Fields, Woods, ami Coppice.  Two exceeding fine Pieces of Water (which have rhe Lftccif ot a Seri, Anon .-y^ at S';rg?ons Hall ; or of Mr. Sadler, on uie Pre- niiitt. at SoutU HiJi. *   � in the IiJand of Jamaica, cpni*iling of a good Set of Works, \vjth a Wuidmill, and all other neceffary BinldiJigs, m good OrJer; 187 Negroe Slaves, Mules, ri Sceers, ana no Head of other Cattle ; about 800 Acres of Land, whereof about 500 in Cane*. N. B. There is a Mountain, containing alxnit 400 Acres of Land for Negro* Provifions, and a Penn at the Angels, for the Conveni-ency of the Waiiuge^ Sec. both belonging to this Eltate. TheLeafeof a Plantation in St. Thomas in the Vale, bonnding or the other Ei'are there, of which there are 11 Years yetuiiftiy-ired* % A Plantation in the Pariih of St. Thomas in the Eait, in the faid liland ; confifting of a good Set of Works, near the Sea3 with all neceffary Conveniercies, in excellent Order ; 91 Negroe Slaves, iq Mules, aa Steers, 1$ Head of other Catrle ; about 2000 Acres of good Land, whereof about 60 Acres in Canes. Alfo 900 Acres of Land, in the Parifh of Sr. Ann ; AJ1 which were late theEttates of James Watfon. Efq; of Jamaica. For further Paniculars enquire of Mr. John Lancafter, at No. y, in Coney-Court, Gray's Inn. IVednefday,  June 11, will be publtjbed, Volumes lit and IV. which completes die Work, Price      few'd, or 6s. boand, C^HRYSAL: or, The Adventures \J of a Gu IKEA. By the Author of the Two former Volumes. Printed for T Becket, and P. A - 0.- Hondt, atTuEy1! Head, near Surrey-Street in the Strand* Of wKom may be had, 1. Vol-1, and IL of the above Work. Tha 4th Edit. Price 6s. bound. - a. Tlie Reverie : or, A Flight to thePiradUc of FooUi hv -li- Author of rhrvfat.   i Vol. 6** bound. Now ready to be delivered to the Public \ This Day was publijhcd, By the KING's Authority, The foURTH tDITIOS   of AN Authentic Account of ail rhe FAIRS in ENGLAND and WALES, as they have been fettled to be held fince rhe Alteration of the Stile: So-, in? Hkewife the Commodities wmch. ea  and che Number os Members vvlvch each Place feuds t?f Parliament. Printed for W. Owen, at Homer'� Head, between the Two Temple Gates, Fleet-Street - R. poadbt, ac Sherbourne, Dorfetlbire i and foW by aU the jOvKfel-Jers in England and Wiles-   

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