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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 8, 1765, London, Middlesex                                "1       F�F From SATURDAY June Numb. 5S68 to TUESDAY June ii 1765 [Price Two-pfence Haif-penny From the London Gazette* Genoa, May 18. HIS Republick lias fixed on the pal tees of   the  Dukes  of into a French port in the Weft'Indies, on account of (he iauer's having laken pofftf-fion of fome of their fmusalina ved'els." Letters from Elfineur uf the z8tii pa ft, bring advice, that a (hip, Jacob Jelies, Maf- DorirTut}^( ^ ftom Ce�e for the Bahick, waaairiyed there, who reported, that in the Englnh SpinoJa * to   lodge thelnranta of Spain \ and the Princefs of channel, about three leagues from thecoait of Fiance,  he felJ in with two En^lilh paring for the prefs a complete edition of aiJ his wo) ks. Princeffes fuite; and two large convents are fitfins to lodge the fervanrs of inferior rank. ne 8.   The King has been Parma     Another CUUers>  out of  which nine or ten  men p-laceof Spinola is *rmed with piftols and cuilaffes, boarded robe fined for lode- hlmi and ufed hun and hls People very ill, i�irrro?hofe and robbed the veHel of a large cafe of fiilc       * Frederick,  &c.  we Having  hurt 1g..1 hofe. fome other merchandize, and of everv    wlrhc^ greareii diQatisUilion, that, uorfcirh- p� fire, of very Lrge diamercr, \ttas fem ac Rome [lie beginning of Lit mojjfh, the light of which, ar ten in rhe evening, ic is Aid, WnS nearly eqiui co that of the fun, and greariy furprizrd .rhe inhabitants, bur ic foou difappeared. The rei;rb of houfes at-Berlmlieing rifetvto a moll exorbitant price, his Pruffran Majeiry has iilu'ed an ordinance on cha fubje&j rhe pream-:' ble of which runsthus: U'e having Iuard 7 pleafed to grant unto the Right Hon. Charles Townfhend, Efq; the office of Receiver and Paynufter General of all his Majefiy's forces, in rhe room of the Right Hon. Henry Lord Holland. hofe, fome other merchandize, and of every valuable moveable in thecabbim The ftiips feen, off the land's end, and faid 10 be the Nbrftik Indianian 'and two ojier fhips fiom China, prove io be three Dutch'�alt indiamen homeward bound. Saturday morning was married Mr. Tho-v mas Lawes, an Attorney of Clifford's inn,-' �ftanding our ordinances, the practice of ufury in regard ro the fJe of honks is conrirjued, and the rents raifed in an cxceilive manner, the owners founding their proceedings on the common rule, that rhe purchafe makes void aJl a-greements about rent, and which has hitherto given the purchafer the right of removing ; .Hand. n. ,     "IfTr  R      t  ra      F I i   T f    PJeafure tl,e occtll^rs of houfes which they The King has been pleafed to oonflin.ee and    toMifc Bennet, filter of John Bennet of    m t,ken o, ,  f� h anijoiut Samuel Mead, Edward Hooper, Henry . ----- Pelham, John Frederick, Henry Bankes, Efqrs.    tiq; Kothamitead, in the counry of Her ford, J yic.. , ^    * a   -0 . -r     . jif ' 3 9\\ w^ies weie not yec expued, or  to raife their Sir William Mufgravc, Bart, jofeph Pennington, Corbyn Morris, Efqrs. together with rhe Hon. Henry Grenville, in the room of Claudius Amyand^ Efq; to be Commillioners for managing, and caufing to be levied and coJle&ed, aJ] aud fmgulnr his Majefty's Cuftoms, within that part of Great Britain called England, Bankruptcy fuperfeded. Archelans Rickord, of the city of Exeter, Hardware-man. and Haberdaiher, at Guild- hall, London, June 18. Domingo Antonio Cafalmorto and Vincent Jua-niz> Echalas, of the city of Exeter, Merchants and partners, at Swale's Wine-cellar in Exeter, July ix On Tyefday died, at his hohfe at Hack-., ney, irr the 75th year of his age, Mr. Siir' vanus fievan, Qne of tne people called; Quakers, Sunday Mr. Collyer, one of the Pages of the Pr^fence, was feized with a fit of an a- -popiexy, Chilli on duty at Sr. James's, and 'as taken up for dead \ a Surgeon being fent for,* he was let blood, and afterwards carried home iq a chair, with hopes of his recovery. An Irifhman (and a fuppofed Jofuu) lately oidained by a Greek Biflbop, appeared on Sunday morning in Smkhfield rounds, diefled in his robeo, preaching to a great renrs by meiiacts of obliging them ' co quit; iiifoinuch, that the purchafer often makes double of his bargain. Willing, Therefore, to regulate this abufe, we order our Board of Police and the Magiilracy, not only ro have a ttri  CornhilJ, London, hUir-fellcr, at GuildhJJ 3 June 14s 2^ Jn,y ao" VilliajB Watiers,of TedJington, in rne coimcy of Bedford, Dealer in Cattle, ac Guildhall,    London, June 14* 2I> lu]>r 2�* , John Humble,   hererofore of  the town and -cowiuy of Ncwcaflleuvon Tyne, lw late of Whirtle Point, in the county of Northumberland, Hoflman, at the Black Bull in Nnv-caftle upon Tyne, June 17, 21^ July ao. DlVipENDS to be made to Creditors. Tuneao. 'Sirah Reeve, of Fornlum Sr. Martin's, tuflolk, Malfter, at the White Horfc inn in Bury i5t. Edmonds. July 1. Thomas Chettyn, of the city of Coventry, Mercer, at the Whhe Bear in Co- venory. t July 2.   Thomas Poppleton, of  Boar s-head- doert, Gracechurch-fireet, London, Ware-houfeman, at Guildhall. Penelope Moore, of the parifli of St. Benner, at Paul's Wharf, London, widow, Dealer, at Guildhall. patfing by in a chat Jot" and four, and the City. Marflial, couflma^ded our Mulhrootn Clergyman to defilt  irrimediately, or he CHELSEA   HOSPITAL, June 8,-1767. rHE S E are, by Order of the Right Hon. my Lords and others, the Commijjiotft rs for the Affairs of his Majejly's Royal Hospital at tJ H E 1,6 t: A, to give Notice^ That all would take him into cultodv ; when the I Ont-Hnfimers {as well Letter-Mm as others) be- LONDON. Sunday the Rev. Dr. Gregory Sharpe preached before his Majefty at the Chapel Royal; the Eail of Oxford earned the fword'of Hate.   The Queen was not at chapel. Maiefties returned to Richmond. gentleman not caiine, to go io prifon, in-ltancly departed. Sunday morning during the time of divine fervice at St. George's church in the Borough, a fudden alarm was fpread of a fire ; upon which the major part of the congregation ran out of church, an ---------'   r r    u    -----      r ----      ------------   ---- Emperor has lefr the decilion ot inat cnii- acrofi the nofe and eyes with a kr.ife, by cal affair to the Impei ial Supreme Council. which means they bo; h made their efcape. They write from Hamburgh of the 3-th On Saiurday morning as the Waggoner paft, that the Hereditary Pfince of (your- of the Lord Chancellor vv as coming to town land was arrived thereon his tour through from the Grange, he was itoppeu by two Europu. About three years ago the fafhion among the Beau Monde was the King's ileeve, af- footpads, who robbed him of his wa.ch and five guineas, and alio ihe boy of feven ihil-lings. terwards came in the Mecklenburgh cut,    articles 0/Intelligence, &v. from which now feem both expiring, as at pre-fent the Niuernois cuff is the only prevailing talte ; as are the cloaths of dark mix-tures, with filver lace, againft the blue and gold.-Tempora fnutantur ! A few days ago, a fine portrait of her Majefty, painted by Moreland, was pie-fented to Queen's college, Oxford, by the Rev. Dr. Thomas, Prebendary of Welt-minfter, and chaplain in ordinary to his Majefty. It is placed in the public hall, near the pidures <5f Queen Philippa and Queen Caroline j and is efteemed a very ftriking likenefs. A letter from Newport in Rhode-Ifland, fays, " We ' 1       '  - FHfich that IVlajefti'aibipi.of zoguns, and c^r/ied her the Postscripts of all rhe Evening Papers of laft Saturday.    i It is now faid rhat Lord Vifcount Weyniputh will have the lare Duke of Dcvouihirc's blue garter. We henr that Endfield Chace, now of very Jircle fervice^ will flionly he given as a provi-fion for one of the younger branches of the Royal Family, and laid out into farms. Several very iicli and eleganc new faits of cJoaths, made imkcly of Hiitilh manufadhire, are put up among rhe baggie jf his Koya] Highiiefsthc Duke of York, which are efteemed the moll fuperh ever made in England.  We are informed char a certain gentleman of the higheft <.iiiK in the theatrical world, lately returned from abroad, and whofe literary fara^ is not inconhderaUlc^, is,no;v.emviaycd iuure* longing to the faid Hofpital, who iHSe~at a greater Dijlance than twenty-jive Miles from London^ and thofe in Scotland and Ireland, are hereby required and commanded, that after the ^tbln/tant.yune^ and aftet every fucceedin% *Sth of June and De cember, till further Orders*, hey forthwith apply themjewes to one of lis Myejlfs Vuftices of the Peacesn the &eif*bboti?hocd where tfjey rejidey and make the folowing Affidavit, 'which the faid Ma-ei/irates tor the County, Cttyy Borough, or Riding, before wojm tie Pensioners appears, willfign and date, viz.* came before me, one of his Majefty's Juitices of rhe Peace lor the Counry of and made Oath, that lie was axtnhrted an Out-I'eiiiiouer of CheJfea CoJIege, oji the bay of 17        from the Re^iai-uc of commanded by u as then aged about Fears ; ftrved in the Army Years ; was dif- charged tor and rJiar he is no othei wife provided for by Government, hue as a Peniioner of the aid Coiiege ; and now Jives in tne Piriih of lu die Counry of Sworn before me, this Day of 17 To the End that the Commifftontrs for the Affairs oftb? faid H fpitaf may be fatisfied, that they are the fame Sserfons who huve pajjed their Examinations ; the Penjiomrs are hereby further dhedxd, that fu h of them as have jerved in, and been dtfeharged jrot/i any of the Regiments or independent Companies of Invalids, are not to mehtion in their Affidavits, fitch Regiment or Company of Invalids, in which they ferved, but the Regiment Tro p. or Corps of the Army, from which they were firji dijeharged, and recommended and received toCkeijea Hojpital. The Affidavit drawn according to the above Form fwut'n be j ore, dated and attefied by a Magi-firaie, is to be put up in a Cover, and fent by the General Pc/i (directed thus) io the Ki^ht Ho-uouiMttle me i-'aymalter General of his Ma jetty's Lajid Forces, ac tlie Horfe-Guards, London ; and that Counterparts or Duplicates if the faid Affidavits be referved by the Out-Penfiontrs re-(petiively, to te exhibited to fuch Perfons as poll be directed to pay thevi\ that they may be jatisjied that all fuJj as may clatm Out-Penpons, are the real p. rjons wtttled to receive the fame. Laflly, It is notified, that none will be entered upon the Pay Lifts of tie faid HofpitaL or be thought bit it led to receive any Benept there (rom, who jhalt not act agreeable to tleje Orders and Directions- In the Abfance of the Regifler and Secretary. u. RUSSELL. N. R. The Penhoner*, in and about London, will have public iNocce of rhe Times of their perfonal Api^earaJice ac Chelfea \ and aiJ the Ouc-Pciihoners in general of the Days of the enfuing Payment. -  - rf - - ---11 IL'D  SILK and Linen   Great Coats, Cloaks,  Hoods, Capuchin-, Riding Aprons^ fiathing Caps, and Hat Gifcs, 6tc\ Wholefale and Retail, at rhe lowed i riefs, By the Maker, SAMUEL LUND, Hatter and Holier, Oppofire Southampton Street iu the Strand, London ; Alfo, OUVl Silk and Linen by the Piece, or in fnuil Quantifies, Water-Proof HATS, by the King's Patent fiiaiited to Siniucl Ehmiley, of Wakeriekl, and, by his Aj pouumcnr, fold only by Samuel Lund, as a hove, and by no other Per Ion in Town.   This is mentioned to prevent Impo- iition. N. K. Genrlemens Hunting and Shooting Hars-tronK  e fever 1/ Dealers^ as well as private Perfons, wl.o tbufe to beLor^e Pur^baferS in tb je Commodities, viz For Home C o s s v m p t r o Sever*! Parcels of Bolvea and Cirecji lea. Raw Coitee, Rum, hram;y, Geneva, ArracK ; Cordial* Hungry and IVrfumed Waters; Spruce Heer, Si.rub, 'J'obacco Alius, and a Fiibiug Vetlel, wirh her Tackle. Auuarel and Fumicure. The Goods to he feen or tafled at the King's PVareboufc at the Cuftom Houjes London, and at the Tobacco Ground Rotherhiihe, the i^tb% and 17th Days of this tnfiant, from Ktne to Onb in the Mcrnings, and on trje Mornings of Sale. R Y D E R7 nIC K LIN, and WhLLS, A K E this MfeRCERS, aoquaintin their'Friends and :he Public, i'liax they in tendon a few Weeks, 10 ihuc up their oid S:iop, at the Is d us Q_uess iu tlie Cloifters, and to remove ui'irely ro their new one, a e felling orf cheap in rhe CJoifters. SAMUEL   HANCOCK BEGS to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, aud others, That he has taken and eiiter'J upon the GsokG'E and Pelican Ins, at Spetnharn-Land, in the Comity of Ajrks, late in the PofTeflion of Mr. John Carey; where they may depend upon the molt genteel Accommodation and CiuJ Treatment. N. H, Neat Poit Cluift-s, with able Hprfes, at the ufual Prices.  S~TOLENor-Strayy? whe 30th ot'Iait �Alonth, out of fome Fields in Wood Srreer, Karner, A young Itrong Brown Gi-lJing, about fourteen Hands three Inches hi^h, with a Sur in his Forehead, and Switch Tail, is jame on his Near rore Leg from a Slip in the Sboulder. Whoever brings him to Mr. Cooke., at the Mitre in Marnet, Ihall be paid a Guinea Reward, and ail Chiracs. OST on Monday.Night, the 27th of May jalt, from Mr. bJwanl Va�ghan, of Gyngro�, near Welch Pool in Montgomery-lhire, A Itrong btnJc Bhck Mare, of the Draught Kind, full a.i^d, about fourceeit^"Hands hign, with a large Star iu the Forehead, and a fore Shoulder, particularly oji tie gerting-np SVIJ, fome Hair being lolt : and aifo on the OrJ-ifopt before, ahove die Foot lock, fome Hair is Ioh\ It is fuppofed that cite above Mare was taken away by oue D- T-=-- (who.-was an hired Servant to che f.id Mr. FViward Vaughan) he having on the lame Ni^hcdeferted his Service. . Whofoever apprehends the fail D-T-, and L-cures the faid Mare, and gives Notice thereof to the faul Mr. bid ward Vaughan, or co Stafford PryiV, HooXfJler in Snrevvibury, (hall r.-c-ive Oae Guinea Reward, and ail reafonabie Charges. N. B. The faid D-T--. (as he fail) is a Native of Caermarthenihire, about five Foot eight Inches high, fair Complexion, brown Hair, fome times wore a Ticiten FrocK, and ** Plaid Waiftcoar, and fometimes an Oiive-colou * ed Coat and a Scarlet Waiitcoar, with a Ringworm Blemilh or'Mark upon his Ri^hr Wriff very large Jfarcel, now in the India Company's Warehoufes, for F.xpoTcation for Home Confumption, to l^e fold at 6 d. per Gallon Advance on.the Company's Sale; xnd a arge Quantity of very lirong, and of a molt excellent Flavour, at xms. per (Jallon. JAMAICA   RUM, The belt that can poflibly be imported, by th* Piece or Puncheon, at 8 s. 9d.-Smaller Quantities, at 9 s. per Gallon. Alfo the belt CON I AC BRANDY, ar 9 u 3 d. -Smaller Quantities at 9s. 6d, per ^Jallon. DireeS, as ufuaJ, ro Chaalhs W s h m k t#, at the Royal Exchange, aj\d they ihall Ixdelivcr'd, in or near Town (one Gallon or upwards) Carriage free.-Samuies, if fenr tor ro thePunch- houfe in Swithing's Allej', near the North Eaft Corner of the Royal Lxcliaugc, eithe? Brandy or Rum, very old and ilrong Proof, at as. 6ury ; laeihc Klfarc: of Ilkac'ney. Gent, dr-ceafed. .uk! now in the Occupatioi: of Mr Job". Lulhv Attorney at I.iiw, who will ihew u�e Premiies. For further PanifuUrs enquire, of Mr Fu -brookea in ^>uffor4 WgojJlaJj^si^ Mt- Hnrf^ Officer of r'xeife at Datchcr, nVar WmdiiP-5 of JyTr ^iti. Axtornty ar 1av   

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