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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 4, 1765, London, Middlesex V * * f- L The venin Numb. 5866 From TUESDAY T 4 to THURSDAY J 6 65 [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette, Copenhagen, May 25. AST We�nefd*y the Prince" Royal reviewed his own regiment of infantry, who went through their whole exer- cife. commanded i>y juftly mofe th^n vie with thofe of France. Same day the Right Hon. the Earls of Halifax and Sandwich, gave each a grand entertainment to feveral of the Nobility and foreign Minifters, The Earl of Bute was at Court to pay his compliments to his-Majefty, and hisdome-ltics appeared in new rich liveries. A great number of houfes in the puMic ftreets were finely illmnina:ed,. particularly Royal Higmieis ^ Manfion.houfei where 6oo jamps in perfpn. On were-placed on three chandeliers, and ranged between the pillars which fupport the top of the portico. On Tower-hill the fineft fire-works were played off ever exhibiced upon the like oc-oafion ^ great-part of Tower-hill was railed in to keep off the crowd. The guards were all drefs'd in their new aHu,.u,y laft the troops aflemhlea here tor uw review were again drawn up in the plan of Temnlow, and exercifed before his Prufhan Majefty. Thurfday his Majefty went to Char-aortenbourg, where he remained 'rill rlus mor- aiiig, and then fet out with his jiepbews, the - TuefdaY Prince Royal, and young Prince Henry of I cloaks on 1 uelday. Prutfa, and the two Princes of BrunAvx?k in fprvice for Cuftrin and Stargardt, in or- , ---- � c D � ir n j. uciwajii They advifefrom Berlin, of the 21ft paft, that three marriages will foon take place CCS, BANKRUPTS retired to Surrender. William Wanfey, of the city or grtitoj, Merchant, at the Nag's-head tavern in Vine-flreet, Briftol, June 7, 8, July 16. ^ Edward Hobfon, late of Audenthaw, in the county of Lancaiier, Chapman, at the Crown and Cufhion in Maucfaefter, June 17, x83 July 16. Dividends h> &e ma^e t0 Creditors. Tuefday advice was received, by a (hip arrived at Liver;>ooie, that on the 16th of March laft died at Cape Fare, Governor Dubbs, of North Carolina. On Tuefday hit cied, at his feat at Flu-wick in Bedfordflii'e, Cuthbert Sheldon, E% many yea-s a Colonel of the guards, and in the commiilion of the peace for that County, Same day died Capr. King, many years a Commander in the Lifbon trade. A few days ago died, at her houfe in Queen-ftreer, May Fair, Mrs. Holt, mother of Rowland Holt, Efq; Member for Suffolk. The old gateway at the entrance into Whitehall is now taking down, in order to open a more'commodious p'affage to the chapel, and to the Gentlemens houfes.in that part of Scotland-yard, A few days fince a Baker fent to a \Vork-houfe, ina populous and well jrequenreii village near this capital, fome bread for the ufe of the poor for only one dayy in which was a deficiency of /even pounds /even ouiices in weight. to the grc.it nrimber of French and Dutch vefle/* t!ut have keen fuffered thefeowny years to catch them tuimolcftcd on our coafts. " fihe Tru/leesft l X. ting in Execution toe AHs of' Parliament fot x? 0 /I * v� sr- * Zi A TTm < ail <<�*, r l~ J*-* * ~ _- fT"V, / . . u_1__ J t J vr RjRpzhimr the Higfj&ays between Tybitrrt and County of Mtddkjex, and fot Amending the R;pl Propofais, a-,, cx " . MirV.�- tr^^r 1 v-'irli the Prices, are to be bad at the AcadAmv. I uefday two men, one a wealthy-tracel- J , , , �� < , - Thonns Phillips, lite of Deprford, Guild- June if. in the county of Kent, Carpenter, hill, London. tus Princefs of Wurtemberg Oels. Geoige Knapton, Efq; is appointed Surveyor and Keeper of his Majefty's pictures, in the room of Stephen Slaughter, Efq; de-ceafed. Mr, Peter Foreman h appointed a Groom of the Panrry at Sr. James's, in the room of Mr. Gale, promoted. Hallemere to the county gaol of Surry, on a violent fufpicion of killing, Healing, and carrying th Right erftock, Ute of Alresford June 29. John in the county of Southampton, Dealer, at the White H*rt in Andover. Monday John Guiding, M of away, out of the paddock of Hon. Lord Wintenon, in the pariih of Kirdford, in the county of Suffex, two brace and a half of bucks, his Lordfhip's property, in the night between Saturday the 25th and Sanday the 26th of May laft. A letter from New York relates, that on j j Chaplain and William Rifkie, two failofs'belonging Jiily *. George H-lroyd of Coven try-flrM , ^ . of Crickil S[< Tnomas in the pariih of St. James's, Wcllimuftei, I =�. ..... Baker, at Guiltili-iJl, London. PenyflonMarfliaJl, of Lime--flreet-fquaie, Loa- don, Merchant, at Guildlul]. _ Michael V^IU of the city of Briftol, Linncn- drajitr, ar GuildhalJ, London. To the P RINTER. S 1 R' u yAU IAnd a great many others, would . * , to know what excuil, or lhadow of ex- [ cufe,cer:a.r. ^-^ns, or ihcif tools, can.oner (to which he was la.ely piefented) in the Bath and-Weils, together with the vicarage of Bmoham, in the fame county and Jiocefe j __________^ worth upwards of one bandied and feventy | vafm beJonoing to"a Callico Printer, robbed to the Garland man of war, being*afhore and getting very much in liquor, went to Bams's wharf, in order to go on board their (bip, and (hoving one another in jelt, both fell oVer the dock, and were diowned. On Sarurday night four failors, and a f$r- j Luivitic, who was placed by his* Friea Is under the Care of Mr. 'f horr.as Mitchell,' at ^ eek, near Sherbowic Doif^clhi'C, w our J1 x or f-veji a^o, and ii-is nor !>cen iuice hear'd of; Whoever } iv e iSorice 10 Mrs, >nniic Malleus, acClatleock, I'.ear Hri^ort, Dorfetilur^I; to Mr* John LoveJ ie rhey may have,and be pd'l airthe.r Expences by the faid Mrs, Mollens* Thelimatic isart^n rifcy Years of Age/ora fw*irthy Comj k*>ioa, round Vifage, ha-l t�kclw itrait tiair, which;h? ufuaUy wore very long, aiid is near fix Feet bi^h. olid pounds per annum. The Kev. Mr. James oiggs, d. was a few d^ys ago presented 10 the vicarage of Warley, in the county of. \^ilfs and diocefe of Salifbury. -vacant by the rftognaxioa of tne la.e incumbent. � laborious and induftrious part of-the nation. "While every other State in Europe are with - the raoft unwearied diligence and aftdHisy, intent upon repauing the ravages of a long M a -very elegant- entertain* ment, according to annual cultom, at the a woman (who had kept a ftall in Bow-fair) fn Mire-end road of a lar^e parcel of ribbons and fome toys, and ufed her very ilf - two of the failors are taken, and com- :tred to-New Piifon v^ut the other three (TSatur3ay ni^ht one Armetr, a young wrarerraan/was-detefted in RatcliflF-highway offering to fale a feather-bed and two To lbc S U L D, iuiige L Kine's-Aons in Cornhillj at u^hich Lord blankets; but on beine examinedvhow he Sandwich, one of his Majelty's Principal ........ -r~..---f- , . n Secreraries of State, Admiral Hawke, and a'nd dettruftive war, our worthy Patriots j feverai otiler perfous of dittindbon, weie behold,with the moft inhuman imUfierence, every branch of oHr rnanufadures tumbling; 10 diffolution, and fame of them upon the-very point of final ruin. The tears of the rai-feiable make noimprellion on their.obdurate hearts^ the cries of the helplefs.feera to be anufick to their ears, and the dying groans of the ftarving mechanick to incite tham with the moil rapturous complacency j without allowing this to be true, now (hall we ^.prefeftt. . 3, Monday laft- at a meeting of the JNobi*-Ifty, &c. of the Catch Club, at the St. A^.: ban's tavern, Pall-Mali, the following .premiums were given, viz. To Dr. Arne,for compofing the beft Englifh Glee.. To Mr. Berg', Organ ill, for compofing the beft Foreign Glee. To Dj. Hayes, of Oxford, for compofing the belt English Cannon. To Mr. Thomas for composing the beft Eng- canieby their), it appeared that they were ftolen from the tie at Rotherhiihe; he was fecured tliat night in the cage, and on Monday examined before the Bench of Juftjces, who commi:ted him to New Pri* fon. m Articles^/Iktelligence, &c froin the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Tuefday. It is faid rhat an extraordinary council will be held this week, at which tire miaiftry will .be finally fettled. It is faid the Duke of York intends to vific ^ Hall, wicli rhe Freehold Eiiue thereto belonging, in the County of Fltnt, of die yearly Rent of 800 L Tlx Manfion-houfeftauds on che Sea Coalt, iu every Refyedt pleaiant and commotluus; in a Comitry al>ountiiiig >cith CoaJ, and ni'oll other Coiivejriencies; within OJie Mile of Holy well, a~ plentiful^ M*fi�eCr Town, a-iCrtl?uT -een from Dh^ftw. Ttrf eoh-ltant Farm of Co�l, aJ\d Lead Ore, on >he Utate, aconiKieraWe Addition to the-Rent and Vahie of it, to be conhdered accordingly. Aifo the Houfe, Deinefiie, and Freehold E'Uce, of Rhvd, iji tlie ftid County, lix or ieveu Miles (roivx the above; about 4001. per Annum Rent, with other Contingencies ; we'll tenanted j and vety improvable. - Enquire of Mr. Williams, at Holy weJJ j or of Mr. Middlero'i. Temple. i account for the ufage the fillc manufadtuiers jjfo Ca'tch. A gold medal", engraved by it is laid the uuxe or xor* uuenu, lu ^ lately met with. The perfonsabove allude* Uu ping0^ of ten &uineis value, was pre- the Court of Berlin before he returns to Eng- to, uretendtheutmoft regardand^cnera1 ion. renxtf to eacii of the above compoiers, land. . , , Tjw, vif for our gracious b--n \ but it tney weie | LAMD-CARRUGE F i S H-O-F F IC Ey Kinm Jlrect /mfiminfter, Monday June 3,176?. GRANT and Go. take the Liberty, to acclaim the Nobility, Gentry, -aud oihtrrs, tiiat, agreeable to their Advemfemewcs in the Daily PajKrs of Friday the 3iit of-Afajr, and Sarurday che lit Inftanr, they have open vith fair, and fric- 6cc. The fubjedl. upon whom the Doctor happily made the experiment, is rhe ion of a Baker, named Meyer, of that cicy, about three years and a h.dfo]d when he fell into rhe water, where lie was carried upwards of 200 paces, tlte 27th of April Ldh He had no re- Shep?akd1s MarJcer, v.laal, , May-ram Each of wtiich are diitinguiihed by the following Infcription ; The Original Place of Sale /�r Fit*) by Land-Carriage or otMr tb Mifs Rawjinfon, his head and hands were fwelled, his eyes clofed, his lips his body cold, and for three quarters of 1 J But being livid daughter of Sir Thomas Rawlin-fon, Knt. *j4 ufa c*x tJ r e 'r*and jewels, 'it is iaid^ to the-amount of ' Among the many-very -worn at Court, none"i3ut lore admired, than that of his Grace the ake of Portland, wtifch was'lifcewifc ot ^Gtisrt MANUbcTVRE, and the fir it rney, in St. Jame$ Saturday Mr. Joh At- motion more was: bourn, Mr. William St exercifed Broker. an hour he appeared to be dead, rubbed with hot cloths Tor about 15 minutes, he found to"breathe, hi*pulfe beat, and he recovered the ufe ofhisfenfes. The water in the boy's belly was difcharged downwards. . yhe� write fropv ^aris,.. ia . letters of the ioih paft, that they are enUfting fwmen with Monday, died at hi. bro.her'shouiea,. ,,..,� 'of ih<ind - Thepoui %1S Majefty's umruaj 5 wii^'� ~r----- fields Weavers-proved; -by*the brilliancy and Lambeth, "the Rev.-Mr. Thomas Pernn, rvl. A. .who J^iely/came xo town from Ctoenford, in.the county of. SuiTex. GiWmore delicate tafteof ibeir patterns, that they may I Filhmongcr of France; which are to be ioanned beyond their ufnal cqnijiliment. We arc informed, char the. high, price of maclurdj - for fome fatoin paft, has been owing AVery large Pared, **>w w rbe lnclia Company's Warehoofes, for Exportation for Home Confumi*iona to f� fold at 6d. jier Gallon Advance on the Company's Sale; *nd a arge Qiuntity of very ihrong, and of 1 moit ercellcnt Flavour, at i^5. i�rO�lloa. JAMAICA & XJ M, The that can poffihly be imported, by the Wee* or Puncheon "at Hs.^d.^Smallci QtontV tieu it 05. ptr Gallon, , AUo the bJi CONiAC BRANDY, uqu _Snuller 'Quantities at^s. 6d. per Oaitoa. DireA. as ufual, to Ca a ai as W h �m a h, ai the Roya! Exchai.^, a�d tiity lhaJl i* ^hrcr in or near Tow n (oiie GaHon or np^nk) CarV, ^ � fr�.-SampK if fent for to d� Pnnfe houfe in S^i^ing's Alley, near the Northi &flLg Corner of che Royal Exchange, eitho Bniidfefc or Rnm, very old and ilrong Pr.ooi, ai a*.Wr> 1 Arrack at- 3�, per Quart. For prefcnt Mo �nA-ii Win� a., ufaa?', and of the moft �c< V&Mh: -<\-fci ' Bortlo, &c to be t�k whicli ihaJl be aJlowM when return d. r
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