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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 6, 1765, London, Middlesex The London Evenin ftumb. 5867 From THURSDAY June 6, to SATURDAY June 8, 1765 [Price Two-pence Haif-penny Bath, June r. RKIVED here, the Marquis of Carnarvon, Earl of Pembroke, Major LiittreJ], Lady Cul-len, Sir Richard PhiJJipps, Captain Brereton and Lady, Capt. Smith, Capt. BaJlandine, &c. _^___ A duel was fought at Horningfljam in Wilts, between two old gentlemen, fa id to be on account of a quarrel about a young woman to whom they both paid their addrefles; the eldeft is wounded in the breafr, and, it is thought, dangerouily. At Devizes market laft week, wheat fold from 46s. to 60s per quarter. Barley from 20s. to 23s. oats from 16s. to 19s. beans from 28s. to 32s. peafe from 24s. to 32s. vetches from 36s. to 42s.__ PORT NEWS. Falmouth, June 3. Arrived the Recovery, Slater, from Whitehaven ; Union, Spearpoint, from Milford; and Dove, Lanchforr, from Padftow. Sailed the King of Pruflia, Rooke, from Craflick for Penzance j Good Intent, Florence ; and Diana, Rogers, for America. Poole, June j. Arrived the Jarlfbcrg, Eng-liretfon, from Chriltiana. Sailed the Lark, Pain, for Rochefter; Anna Catharina, Elling-fon, for Arundel; Profperons, Wills, for Al-derney ; Wil/iam and PolJy, Codner, from Newfoundland j Neptune, Lander 5 Two Brothers, Walker j and Wareham, Thompfon, for London. Southampton^ "June y. Arrived the Happy Union, Coates, from Leith; and Two Sifters, HoJJoway, from London. Sailed the Providence, Mourant, for Gueinfey; and Rye Merchant, Hayes, for Rye. Port/mouth, J-V/r 6 Sailed the Favourite, Thompfon, for NetvcahMe-, Little Polly, Churcher, for Dover ; and Richard and Elizabeth, Fryer, for London. Deal, June 6. Arrived his Majefty's (hip Seafbrd, and remains. Sailed the Neptune, Oliver, for Ro;terdam; Union, Cowie, for Africa ; and Draper, Dun, for Dublin. ' L O N DON. Lord Chamberlain's Office, June S> 17 n Hamilton, in LiucoJii'i-Iiin-tields, on or bei.bre Th::ifday riie 15th Inllanr, an Affidavit of their refi*dtive Dens; at which Time iuch CSre
jl. fuch Lou as are in the faid St-'j lien AbJpu^ D.f>l.l. SAMUEL HANCOCK BEGS t > ac'iuamt the Nubility,-Genrr)', and nt..cis. That he ins takeu and e.Mer'd upon rl;e Cjto kce and l't lk'as Inn, at Sp.-ri;..�iii-I �n..>, lit rhe (.oufiry of Berks, Jate in lt genteel Accoinmoi!.ition and . To all Coi'Piins.MiTi.'s, Dealers ia Coppf.r, jr.d O.'hers. NOTICE is hereby given, That they nay U � hi\'\>i ed vv t.i nk .Sorts of CaKc', Rolled, a.id i-ac -.-red (.up, er, ,ir t..e W.i/eiionft of die Mines Ko a], Miner.l and Mattery Societies, at the fe ond Cr.at (jaies on the Right Hand, going down hum Lane, from Cannon-Street, London ; w h-re tiiey are determined to fell at tlte chenp;ft and, mp;t reafoi.able Rates j and all Orders lor the Tow::, Ounrry, or Foreign Parr?, dtredted to Mr. Kirhard I adyman, as above, will be received, and punctually com-piy'd with. A R K A C K, AVery large Parcel, rmw in die India Company's W'ardiouJes, for Kxportatioii for dome Coniumution, to l)e :b.'.' af 6d. per Gai-iou Advance on the Company's ?;Je and a ar^e Quantity of very Ilrong, and of a molt excellent Flavour, at 135. va t;>-!j-n. JAMAICA k u M, The Ixrlt t: at can poflibl/ be importrd, by th^ Piece or Puncheon, at H s. g d.-Smaher QuantJ-tie�, �t qs. per CraJion. Alio the belt CONIAC BRANDY, args. 3d. -Smaller Qi . i.ucii foi ii, ayosty***''- 'iter Rw. .iis. � .4
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