London Evening Post, June 11, 1765

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June 11, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 11, 1765, London, Middlesex Evening-Po Numb. 5?63 From TUESDAY June ii, to THURSDAY June 13, 1765. [Price Two-pence t^lt-penny Rouen, May 23. De Ambourney, Member of the Academy of Sciences of this city, produced in the Society on the 50th of April laft, a fpecimen of cotton, died red, with the root of a plant, called Crucidta - Lufitanica - Latifolia - Glabra - Flore Jlbo. The colour of the fpecimen appeared as fine as that given by Madder. M. De Ambourney aliens, that th? colour will itand any trial, and that the plant is very eafily cultivated and propagated, growing without any care, and refilling the fi oft better than Madder. Paris, May z7. About three weeks ago we heard that the Members of the Parliament "of Bretagne had refolved to refign ; and we now hear, that on the 20th initant rhey finally determined to do fo, by a majority of fifcy-feven votes againit twenty-fe-ven. It is not eafy to. conceive what measures the Court will take on this occafion. ~ LONDON. They advife from Vienna of the 25th paft, that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York was expefted before next harveft in that metropoli?,on his tour of Germany, &c. Tuefday the Right Hon. Lord Mtddleton and his Lady fee out from his houfein Berk-ley-fquare for his feat in the country, for the fummer feafon. Same day Sir John Curt, Birt. fet out from his houfe in Downing-itreer, Welt-minlter, for Grantham in Lincolnshire. Tuefday the Earl of Drogheda fet out to join his regiment in Ireland j as did feveral other officers, to join their refpective corps. The three regiments of foot-guards are to be reviewed in Hyde-park on feparate days, but the time is not yet fixed. We are informed, that the bill of exceptions againlt the verdict obtained in behalf of Mr. Wilkes, Mr. Dryden Leach, and others, iD the Court of Common Pleas, is ��?ei 4own. xo be argued To-morrow in die 'Court of King's B^nch, Weftminfterv We are affured, that ths French have privately engaged near 4b of the principal hands in the brocade-weaving branch in SpkaifieJds, to go over to France, to be employed in that kingdom ; and their ex-pences are 10 be bore them riU entered into employment. Seveial ingenious {hip-builders from his MajeP.y's yards in diffeient parts of the kingdom itave lately fet out for Ruffia, hcing engaged in the Emprefs's fet vice on very advantageous teims. Letters from Pe:eifburgh, of the 2t5tfi paft, advife, that the Ruffian Adventuiers feem to have done with their new projected Stieights trade, having loft upwatds of 50 per cent, on their fir ft cargo, which went to Leghorn. An Englifh floop, Emanuel Caefar, maf-ter, was ftranded the sth infh on ihe ifle Texel, the cargo was faved. C3pt. M'Phillny, in a floop from Bofton in New Engla* d for Halifax, is calt away on an iiland about twenty leagues to the ( weftward of that porr. The Kite cutler, Capt. Nevill, is failed fromToibay, on an information, to cruize, among the French fifhermen, who are now very numerous in the weftern parts of the Britifh channel. Tuefday was held a Court of Aldermen, at Guild-hall, when the elder rulers of the "Watermens Company were appointed for the year enfuing. The fame day the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor nominated William Reynolds, Efq; carpenter, John Hookam, Efq; mercer, and Thomas Burdett, Efq; ipaomonger, as proper peifons to ferve the office of Sheriff of this city and-county for the year enfuing. Samuel Dodington, Efq; Citizen and Apothecary, lately drank to by the Lord Mayor, has fworn himfelf difqualified to take upon him the office of Sheriff of this city. The Right Hon. the Matter of the Rolls has i been pieafed to appoint Mr. John Moore a fworn clerk in the Chapel of the -Rolls, Tuefday, at the election at Merchant-Taylor's fchool, MefT. William Somers Clarke and John Hall were elected to fill up the vacancy at St. John's college, Oxford. Tuefday was married at Lambeth, by his Grace the A-rchbifhop of Canterbury, Charles Berners, Efq; to Mjfs Catharine Laroche, of Englefield-green. On Sunday Jufeph Poulton, Efq; of Hat-ton-garden, was manied to Mifs Sulan Crifpe, eldeft daughter of Jonathan Crifpe, Sftjj Mali-djftiller in Rotherhuhe. Tuefday Sir John Giiffin Griffin, Knight of the Bath, of Audley-End, Effex, was married, ac Sr. George's church, Hanover-fquare, to Mifs Clayton', daughter of William Clayton, Efq; of Harleyford, Bucks. On Tuefday was married, in the parifh church of Sr. MaiyleBon, in the county of Middlefex, John Harvey Thurfby, Efq; etdeft fon of the late John Harvey Thuifby, Efq; of Abington in the county of Northampton, Member in the laft Parliament for the borough of Stamford in Lincolnfhire, to Mifs Ann Hanbury, only daughter of William Hanbury, of Kelmarfh in the county of Northampton, Efq; On Saturday evening died, at Mrs. Smith's, in Charter-houfc-fquare, Charles Whitfield, of Ethoip in the county of Warwick, Efq; On Monday died, at his brother's houfe in the Mincries, aged 46, after three days illnefs of the fmall-pox, Mr. Henry Wellington, an ingenious furgeon, lately arrived from America, where he had acquired an ample fortune : This gentleman's only fon died in the voyage. Monday died, at Croydon in Surry, the Rev. Mr. Wade, Vicar of that place. Tuefday died, at his houfe in BartletV buildings, Holborn, in the 75th year of his age, Henry Van Noorr, Efq; one of the moft confiderable Dutch Merchants of this city. Fine Frefh butter, of the belt dairies in Norfolk and Suffolk, now fell for no more than four-pence half-penny per pound in thofe counties. On Friday Mrs. Milkin, wife of Mr. Milkin, Hatter in Horfieydown, was bit by a favourite car, that was thought not to be mad; but the next day violent fymp-toms appeared on-Mrs. Milkin, which continued, and carried her off on Sunday morning in gieat agonies. On Monday night the Newport Snow, lying off Seiby's wharf Wapping, was robbed of as many elephants teeth, and other goods, as weie worth near 100 1. The thieve* ltole a wherry from the adjoining flairs, which has not been fince heard of. From the London Gazette. BANK R-U P-T'CI ES �m/orgr*; -  Alexander Barnett, late of the dry of Norwich, Dealer, July 11, at r3uildhali, London. Nicholas Brandt, late of Swithin's-alley, London, Coffee man. July b", at Guildhall. BANKRUPT riquii.d to fur render. Jofeph Hainfon, of North Shields^ in ths county of Northumberland, Linen draper and Haberdaflier, at Guildhall, London, June 20, 2.8, July 13. dividends to be made to Credit'srs. July 8. Samuel Dixon, lata of Gieat Yarmouth, in the county of Norfolk, Grocer, at the Wreftlers in Great Yarmouth. July 4. T. Stretton, late of the borough of Leicester, Tallow-chandler, at the Three Cranes in Leicefter. July iy. Archibald CampbelJ.Frazer and George Wharton, of London, Merchai-ts and Partners, at Guildhall. 1 July 2. Charles Henry Thalbitzer, of'London, Merchant, at Guildhall. July 12. Ann FiiKV, of the parifh of Sr. Giles, Cripplegate, London, Linen - draper, at GtuldhaH. July ii. Robert Hall the younger, of the town and,county of the town of Nottingham, at the Plume of Feathers in Nottingham. Articled/Intelligence, &v. from the Postscript* of all the Evening Papers of laft Tuefday, Saturday fait the Right Hon. the. Earl of Harcourt fee our from Ins houfe in Cavendilh-fqu.ire, with a grand retinue, for France, where his Lordftup propofes to fpend the fummer. Several rich pieces nf fiik, of an entire new pattern, and manufactured in Spitalfields, we hear, were put up in the baggage of his Royal Htghnefs the Duke of York, and deiigued as a prefenc from his Majefty to the Hereditary Princefs of BninfwicJc. Letters from France mention, that advice had juft been received of a frefh in furred ion having happened at St. Domingo, which was like to be attended with worfc conferjuences than the firft. There is a confirmation of the lofs of the three Algerine xebeques, rhe lar-eft, fiiieit, ami neweft rfiey had, on board rf which were 40 Chriflian flaves,, and about 1200 feamen, who are fnppofed to have all perifned ; the Rais, who commanded a'fourrh which was in company with them, finding it impoflible ro aflift them, returned to Algier without being able to give an account whether or not a fingle lift was faved. They were daflied to-pieces 011 the rocks of Cape Tre (Tare-as, under the canon of Melifle-Prendo, in Spain. They write from Dublin, that the price of leather has advanced conlitlerably, owing to the vail quantities of raw hides continually exported to France and Holland. By a general a�l of parliament paffed laft feflioi), ah waggons and carts, with nine-inch ^jj wheels, pa/ling through any turnpike, gate, or bar, after the 24th of June, 176 y, are to pay full toll, unlefsthey are fo conftructed as toroJl a furface of hxreen inches, and in that cafe only half toll ; and all narrow wheels are to pay one-half toll more than the nine inch wheels, except carts and carriages drawn by one horfe or two oxen, and no more, or with two horfes and four oxen, and no more, having fix-inch wheels. And 110 perfon, by virtue of any act of parliament, is to have, claim, or take'the benefit or advantage of any exemption from tohs, or pare of toils, urclefs the fdiu-s of the wheels arc nine inches broad. CHELSEA HOSPITAL, rjune 8, 06c. HE S E are, by Older of the Right Hon. my Lords and others, the Commiffiopers for the Affairs if bis Majejly's Koyal Hospital at H K 1 ,S b. /\, to give Notice, That all Out-l'er.fioners {as well Letter-Ken a-s others) belonging to the faid Hofpl+.xl, ivko live at a greater Dijrance ihan t'juenty-jive Miles from London, and thofe Jn S.otland anA Ireland, are hereby required and commanded, that after the i^th ln\t ant,June, and after evtyy J'ucceedin^ ijtb of June and De cember, till further Orders, 'hey forthwith apply themjelves to one of his M-ijeJiy's 7ujiices of the Peace in the Ketghbcurbjod whsrf they rejide, and make the following Affidavit, which the faid Ma-' giflratesfor the County\ City, Borough, or Riding, before whom tie Venjumn appears, willjign and date, viz.. came before me, one of his Majefty's Juflices of the Peace tor rite County of and made Oath, that he w as admitted an Out-Penhoner of Chelfea College, on the Day of .-7 from the Regiment of commanded.by was then aged about Years; ferved in the Army Years; was dif- charged for and tiut he is po other wife provided for by Government, buc-'as a Peniioner of the f*id CoJJege ; and now lives in the Pariih of in the Counry of Sworn before me, this Day of 17 To the End that the Commiff oners for the Affairs of tht f aid Hvfpitaf may be fatisfied, that they are the fame Ferfons who huve paffed their Examinations ; the Penfinners are hereby further direffed, that futh ef them as. have /ersied in,, and been difcharged from any of the Regiments or independent Companies of Invalids, are net to mention in their Affidavits, fuch Regiment or Company of Invalids, m which thvy ferved, but the Regiment, Trap or Corps of the Army, from which they were firft difcharged, and recommended and received to Chelfea Hojpital. The Affidavit drawn according to the above Form fworn before, dated and attefltd by a Magi-firate, is to be tut up in a Cover, andJent by the General Po/l (diretfed thus) lo die Right Honourable u:e i'ayniafter General of his Majrity's Land Forces, ac the Horfe'-Guartls, Loudon ^ and that Ciunterparts or Duplicates (f the faid Affidavits be referved by the Out-Penjioners re-fpettively, to be ejclihited to fuch Perfons as foall be directed to pay them', that they may be Jatisfied th.ii all fuch as may claim Out Penfions, are the real Perjons mtttled to receive the fame. Laftly, It is notified, that none will be entered upon the Pay Lifts of the faid Hofpital, or 'be thought intitle.i to receive any Benefit therefrom, who Jhall not att agreeable to thefe Orders and Directions. In the Abfence of the Reptfler and Secretary. G. RUSSELL, N. R The Penfioners, in and about London, will ha%e public Notice of the Times of their jierfonal Appearance at Chelfea ; and aJJ the-Out-Peniioners in general of the Days of the enfuing Payment._ t General Post-Office, June8,176j. PUB LICK Notice is hereby gjven, That by an Acl paffed the laft Sefjien of Parliament, '* For altering certain Rates of Pofiage, and for amending, explaining,' and enlarging " feveral Provtfions in tie Ait of the Ninth of " Queen Aiii e, and other AUs relating to tfre-" Pojl*Lffice;" It is amongft other Things,EnaBed, Ti.at setters b.cween London anif any Pore within the Britijl) Dominions in America, (in which aJl hisM.ijdty's Weft India Iilandsare included) lhaJl jay, Single One Shilling, Double Two SmHui-s, Treble Three Shillings, the Otune Four Shillings. That L etters, by S~a, from any one Port ro any ot.'-er l'c-rc within the fatd Donunions, fhall juy ."-ijigl: Four Pence, Double t-ighc Pence, Tr^bk' One Smiling, the Ounce One Shilling ami Four Peine. That Letters, by Land, toor from any Chief Poti-Oflice in America, from or co any Part thereof not exweduig Sixty Miles from fucu Chief Polt-Office, or from the Office \v: ere fuc'i Letters, not ;>allingrhrough aChief Office, may be pin in, th Jl (ay Single Four Pencr, Uouuk' Eight i'ence, Treble One Snilling, the Ounce One Snihiiig and Four Pence. And bring up wards or Sixcy, and not exceeding One Hundred Milts within the faici Dominions, thall jiay Sui^/e Six Pence, Double One Shilling, Treble One Shillirg and Six Pence, the Ounce Two Shillings. And btin^ upwards of" One Hundred, and not exceeding Two Hundred Miles within the faid Dominions, lhall jay Single Ki^ht Ponce, Doub'e One ShiJiing and i our 1 cue, Treble Two Shillings, the Ounce Tu o S tilings and Eight l-V.-ice. And for every Di.'a c. inn eic.eeding One Bun .'red Mih-s above fiu; i � � .1 rTui redk and for every fu^h fun her D..i^n e wkUui die faU Dominions, Hull pay Si^1- Two Pence, Doable Four Pence, Treble Sit Pence, the Ounce Eight Pence. Tlat no Vcifel uuJi be permitted to break Bulk, or make Entry in any lort \ it*.in the Brittjb Donunions, where Potts ars or may be eHabhhrd, until all 1 ert.rs on board are delivered to the Poilmalter of fuc. Port (he paying the Bringer One Penny for each Letter) to be forwarded according ro theii. refp.-oln e Direc-'ions, except fuch as are excepted by the Ail of the Ninth o'" Queen Atme; and fuch as maybe krojight by Vdlels liable to Qua-en tine w i li Jalt are to be delivered to the Pe. fnns :ii;\-rin� tending the Quarantine, for proj'er Co-?, b.fore they are forwarded by rhe Poll. And c. on Conviction, ihJl fuf-fer Death as a Felon. That any Perfon ro-' bing a Mail, in any Place or in any Maimer whatfoeverj alrhough it may not apjiear that any one was put in Fe^r by fuch Robbery, Lh3.ll, on Coin icti-m, fufter Death as a Felon. That any Officer of the Po'ff-Ohice, entrufted to take in Letters, and receive the Pottage thereof, embezzling the Money received, or destroying the Litters ; or any Officer advancing the Kates oilXetters, arid nof accounting 'for the aJvanted Poftage, lhall, on ConvidlioH, be deemed guilty of Felony. That any Poft Boy having a Mail or Bag of Letters under his Care, defertmg the fa> e before his Arrival at the next Srage; or fuffering any-other Perfon to ride on the Horfe or Carnage along therewith ; or loitering 011 the Road; or not, in all poflible Caies, conveying the Miil a'ter the.Ratf of Six meafured Miles an Hour, ihall, on Conviction, before one Jultice of the Peace, be fent to the Houfe of Correction tor any Time not exceeding One Month, nor le& than Fourteen Da}S. That any Pott Boy, fingly, or in the Corjfl-binatiou with others, unlawfully collecting, or conveying Letters, or cauiing ihe fame tn be unlawtuiiy conveyed, thall, 011 Convidtiojf, liefore one Jultice of the Peace, forfeit Ten Shillings, to be paid to the Informer, for every Letter lb unlawfully collected^ conveyed, or delivered. And if the Forfeiture is not imm.ediatiy paid, Ihall be fent to the'Honle of Correction, for any Time not exceeding Two Months, nor leGs than One Monrh. That ail Rates df Lettrrr^ and all Forfeitures, mentioned in this Act ihall be paid in Steiimg Money of Great Britain. The Rates eflablified by this d& for the Port df Letters between London and Hambt:rgh ; and the Limitation of the Weight of Packets to be fent by the PenvftPofl, commence from the Fifth of July next.wB other Regulation's, Rates of Ptft-age, PainY, Penalties, and Forfeitures before-mentioned, commence from the Tenth Day of October next. By ComPisnd of the Teft-mafter General. Akth. Todd, Seeretary; t ***-1---* General PosT-Oftice, June n, 176^ AMAH Will be difpatched from this xJ iff .e onThurfday the nth of July n it, being the fecond Thmfday in the Month, for his Majefty's Ijlands in the Wefi Ir.dits, Pesifactla, ana Charles Town, by the Grerrville Packet Bvat, Capt. Charles Edwards. By Command of .the Poftmafter General. , A nth* Todd, Secretary. RYDER, NICK LIN, and WELL S, Mercers, TAKE this Method of acquainting their Friends and the Public, fi.ac they intend, 111 a tew Weeks, to ihuc up their old S op, at it;e Is 0 1 a n Q_c e e n in the Cioitters, ,ud to remove in irely to theirr.ew one, ac the Indian Qc e e n, where Ludgate lateiy itnod, and that, "'i t'-e mean Tune, their o!.l Stoe'lt'. ^^.j will be fcJhng rtFctieap 111 the Cloifter--. SAMUEL :-IANCOC BEGS to acquaint the N !, Gentry, am! t,ji That he has; and enter'J upon die C.'kokg s and Pe_ Inn, at Spee-nbam-i ... in thi- Cow Herks, late in the Pofkilhm or Mr. Jol n\ where tiiey may de; end uu->n rh- m.'rt Acro;nmodafion and Civil Treatmen--. \~~tT^ J i ��. rt. Neat i'oit Cliaifes, wich ajk Hosl

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