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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 13, 1765, London, Middlesex                                c v' 'in From THURSDAY June 13, to SATURDAY Jun^. 15 [Price Two-pence Halt*-peri ) June II. Few  days ago young gemlera-, foa of an emit Wddntfda? died, at his chambers in Fur- nival'i-Ina, tfolborn, John Ben net, Efq$ of Aylftura ia Norfolk. had 00 manner of tetaing to anjrcomplalnts of the Cnglifh on the coatt of Guinea. An article in the Iaft Leiden Qaacrte. dared Wedftejfday night died, advanced in yrtrs, f London, May 31 >*T�jo,*<3!uc. in osxfer Phyfician in neighbourhood York, beia$ ordered in his the of dif- fer loaded ling red time 5P folk. at his boq(e in George-ftreet, Htndvgr-fquare, the Hon. Gen� Guife9 Colofiftlof the 6th regimes* pf foot, and formerly Second in command of his JMajcfty's forces in Scotland. On Wedocflay died, in the 8id year pf his age� at his houfe in Poplar, Mr. Bar* nard Jongtr, late one of the greateft importers of foreign toys in England, by which traffic he had acquired a great fortune. A few days ago a Satefman of cattler-wis dete&cd on the road, at a fmatt diftance from London, perfuading a drover fro coming toward* Smithfield-market wtrk a drove of live cattle, to forbear to bring the (aid cattle to the ftid market at the propc time, fa order to enhance the price thetaof i for which offence a profecut/on 14 coax- tenced aguaft the Satefman. Thefe practices coming within the meaning of on* of theclaufes of the ad of the (f h and 6th of �4w. VL agaiaft fbreiUilers, a brief afa&raa of it, by way of caution, We afe defired by macifteriaJ auxborhy tog/re the public, vu. * Whofoever fhaN perfuade, move, or ftir * any perfon coming to market or fair, to * ahfiam br forbear, to bring 01- convey, * any merchandize, virtual, or any other ' thing what&evtr, to any Market, Fair, * City, Bore, Haven, Creek, or Road, to * be foU, tell be4eemed a Foreiblier/ Wcdnefday afternoon the tide of ebb was out for     k~place, near Httley, | lower at London - Bridge than has been ~ known for fome year*. A waterman's ap- prentice, oppofiie$oatey *swater gate, found a (old laced wah&o&M, moch'decayed/ with a oft of five* inffcmatois, and fome nw ocy id tha pockets* Letters from BruflfeUtf ikfeStit inftant 1   Thurfday motning, at four o'clock, a a fbsv- piece, and fi* it through a window at his ft- AerTfrft ** he watdepp^g into Us chaife to goto that city ; and lodged the greateft part of the (hot into his neck and Oouider. A Surgeon was immediately fent for, who tfrdfcd hit wounds, and he tt in a feir way of reco- r ary,_ LONDON. Thurfday there was a very grand council at the Cockpit, Whitehall, which lafted feverai hours. Same day his Srace the Duke of Dcvotv fhire paid Court at St. James's for the firft day Sir Briant Broughton Delves, fee out from their tannine Mr. Pitt to rtttrp a$ain niftry, an ofler has bjeji m^d*bini of the Order ^of the Garecrj hut ghui he dbqrinues ftijl to ex-fcufc himfelf, on account o�. the declining itare of his health. * By letters Horn Palis, fo late as the very 31ft of M*y, we tern, that tt frore there, at that time, to fuch a   Earl and Cp^ot^ of Ftfo fet out from i Lordfbip's houfe at WhitehaUi for the a. Wednefday the Hon. Horatio Walpola, ** Mrived a fchodriir, of and Ifem Kamz, with wheat for this port. . This i* the third rtflfc chat h# arrived Jjere within this fbrt-ni�M� wirh wheat from that phtte; which is fold here for ^8 s. per foamr, dotble Winchef-ter^ A Lady of eminence, seat St, Jatqes's, has, fince the petition of the Spitaifidds Wavers, given away a hage qnilttiry of her cloaths, which had been made no of French fiUcs. to fervaflff, wbh that they fooold /_________Con   _ ednefday morning thtCoumeiaof Lai r*fet out Dram tar houfe in jjcfmyn * for her feat at Hoik ham, in No* import, that the Regency of the Auftrian Netherlands, id order 10 encouiage their own manufodures, have published an or do-nance for laving a duty of two florins oa every sooolL of foreign fla^-koa im-portedanto thofe domiriions.   ' Extra* of* Irttc* frcm J*** d� " On Tueftiay laft being theanaivcr&ry of Jiia Britaonick Majetty7* fcrth day, the Eaitof^Seitfordi Ambaffadotfrom Ln�Und { upyvf^ii of \& guineas, by betting agaiaft battle was fooght in the Long-hcid, -near the Fbwditng hofpital, by BeaJUwlings, theaotcd Draw, and Jc^ Hitchings, a Saviour; and, after a cooteft of jt uies� the latter c&me     Conqueror, but weaf them foil trimmed M they were, jn order to brtsg into difgnHMLdte �aau&dam of a reign country. We hear from Nioarfoik and Suffolk, Hih vend fobfiantial Faamri    tfx& couatiev have come to the iaodabl^t�ihhftion of xmiiing their harley and wheat, to the jwcefiuou* poor, at &t top^price t^jr fill k for by rbe quarter. ' The^^vrite {ram UubMiu itet a bill i* in-tended to> bt broo^c into Mrfiaimnt ntitt fst lions, to limit the eapDrctrio�:ol)EKi^ provifioni ta Great ^risaan ao4 ita ecrfomef^y; whereas at pttiint j* much laiggr onanriry is fiiipt off in wasfoftxely bmi� and hurt, tW he was    Qmieral l*osT*Of        Jyne8,1765. carried off for dead: The match was for ton guinea^ bar tw>y oonfidctahfo betis were wo&4kBd4oft 1 |nd a carcafo Kltcher foil Nettc* is all the Engl ifh of rank in this place 10 the number of 70 perfons, who dined whh him, and celebrated -0ik foleranity. The company appeared very f^ilendid; being almoff all dreft in new and rich cloaths on this occasion. The enter- Hitchlngs. (foment, * ftr tltirmg certain limits of Ptftaft* Cv and for anitnitng^ ixfffam^t and enimgjtng^ feveraJ Prowfions in the iff the Mhtth oj 60 wSoefiiay the wife of Mr. HartwdJ,   � tffJtlZ* tainmem ignificeat, and the J for gone with child. Tin-plate-worker in Clerkenwell, unfortu nately fell down two pair of Affairs, by which ihefradured her (kull, and foOn after expired wit hour fpeaking a word; (he was drari* i all prefont." oland, that a f loy refided at Grudzyfch, a town not a great diitance from Warfaw, who dealt in gunpowder, received a fmall caflc of it; but not being able to get out the bung, ufed an iron gipablet, the ftiftion of which fet it on foe, and with one blaft blew up the houfe^ the Jew, his wife and feven childfen. The Earl of Lichfield, Chancellor of rhd Urtiverfiry of Oxford, has made a prefont to that learned body of bis Ma jetty's pidure, nainted bv Mr. Ramfav. at full length in On Wednefday laft came on to be heard in Che Court of Kiag**�Bench, Weftminfter a {HO&CUtfoa that has baen for fome time de-pending agatnft feveral gentlemen, relative to a ttawfa5k>n in Change-Alley in the year 176s; in which the prdfecutor fuppofed bimfelf defrauded of a coqiiderabie fum of money ; but it appearing to the fam�a&ion of the Court and Ju y, which was fpecial, and of every body prefent, that there was not the leaft ground for the charge, the defendants were all honurably acquitted. On Sunday lalb, between feven and eight in the evening, two Ladies were robbed by his coronation robes, in a magnificent gold a Gngle footpad, drefled in a flanner watft-frarae, which was a few days fince font   coat, in Ham-walks, near Lord Dyfert*$. hancellor at Queen's col ndwillfbonly be put up either in leatreor in the PiAure gallery. :rs are given for filling up the regi-of foot on the Irifo eitabliflwnent to ifual complement which have been reduced by the draughts made for America a nd t he Weft Indies, irfday were fold by auftion, at Mr. xd'sjbooftf ta the Great Ptaazai Co-la r den, the eft ate* in Nerrbampton- eighc lots, via. Hon. Earl lot 1 for    adQQ IJLot for 4 5 MOO 4^ 7 8 P|oo On TOedaefday evening iait as Mr. Adam Hume, a yjoong gentleman of Weitmio* iler, aged a 2, was bathing near Chelfea Bridge, ht was fotzed with the cramp, and unfortunately drowned j and next morning hiacorpfe wis fodnd in a Creek, being driven there by the tide. AtTlClES^rlNTaLl.j6ence,        from /! Postscripts ef all the Evening Papera V '�l Thurfday. We hear that his Royal Higbnefs the Duke of York proposes to vifif the two celebrated tmtvefffitxes of Ltjtiea and Padoa, before his return tp Ebgtad; in the former of whi^h, bm yott^ geutkmen who are in his train intend to fimft their fiudtei. Total ;p^o His Majeffy &as appointed VHSam Da- vifon, Efift i^W Captwfe of a cOt^ffcoy in the s xd regiraant. �f foot, commanded hy General Ckvefil^. Thyrfday was manied, at the Quakers meeting-houfe in Gracecbufc^Areet, Mr. John Harford, His Royal Highnrf$ the Duke of Cumberland goes every day to A/cot�heath races, with four canrhn �hd fot in his tczinu?$ and a gtpu number of Servants attend him.v The BaiSau fiefident in Courland has delivered to the NoUeOe fo. the Chamber of the States, ^declaration ou the pan of the �mpre& if fiuffia^ bf which her Intperial Majeiiy de* f&ffs the pre&nt Dfu of CburlW null and of Merchant, of Briftoj; to ) no *St&; that the Nobb0e had no right to Harroan. of Great Ealiae. Vefterday fo'nnigbt died, at Mr. Cfe^s in Mark-kne, Captain Tofeph Coifier, fou roerly Cotumander of �M Severn, in the Eaft India Company'^ forvice, and lately Huiband of feveral of their foips. On Tuefoay died, aged $8, at his boafe in Lincoln's Inn Fklds, Daniel Moreland, Ef  nate tothe J*tt, and thereby expofing thcmfelyes to (fcf efl^sof tcftntmeu^ which mutt neee& ferity follow. Letters froth Pfery/ay, th^t the>ecal 4ad arxeft of tbi late tiewri�r*ofthe ifle oftSme, Tnat i-etcert l*twtot London and any Port w^hiii the Britjflt Douaaion*-in America^ tin which ail His Majdty'5 mM India Iiianch are included) foall pay> Stogie One Siulltag, Double Two Shilling Treble Three toiihng^ the Ounce �*>ur Stalling;. That Let ten, by &a, from any one Port to any other Port within the �ud Dominionv lhail y Single Four Pence, Double Eight Fence* rcUe One Shilling, the Ounce One ahiihng and Four J?cnce, That Letter*, by Land, ^0 or from any Cliief Pott-Office in America^ feoro or to aiiy Part thereof not exceeding Sixty Miles from fuch Chief Pott-Office* or nrom the Office where fuch Letters, not paiiing through a Chief Office, matr be put in* ihaJJ my Single Four Pence, Double Eight Pence, Treble One Shilling, the Ounce One Shilling and Four Pencr. Aaid being upward of Sixty^ and not exceeding One Hundred AliJes withi/i the Dqcnitiious, fitaJI pay j Single Six Pence, Double One Shilling, Treble ' One Shilling and Six Pence, the Ounce Two Sh tilings. And being �j wards of One riandred, and z^ot exceeding Two Hundred Miles Vvirhin the hid Doniii^ioiis^ fhaJ] pay Single Eight Pence, Double One Shilling and Foul1 Pence, Treble Two Shillings the Ounce Two Siillings and Eight Pence. And for every Diitance not exceeding One Hundred Mik% above fuch T\ro Hrui:'rod, and fur every fuch further Diitance wkhin the iaid Dominions, lbaii pay Siiigk Two Penoju Double Foar P^nce, Treble Six Pence, the Ounce Eight Pence: tl*t no Veflel be perrmttevl to break i?Jt, or n>s& ELniry in any Postwkhin the * "h Doaw.tonsj where Ports ane or iu*y be cltaittiflipl, on til ajl Lertcn on bood aredtli-vertd to the Poftnialier of fuch Pdrt (he paying the Bringpr One Penny for each Letter) co be forwarded accordiiig co theii refprl luttfhk. t),C foii.e Rami of l&fd* thmo and $magbadet% inaii fay �nghfh^ Scotch tr/(bA a;hJ lacker 1 oiia-e. ac-ffylin^y^ the Dutanoe      Nunii^er c�J STa^es they ire conveyed in each Kingdom, as arc fet- tled by the Aft of the Ninth of Queen Axm* or by jhu h&. Thai no locket exceeding t)ie Weight of Four OunceslhaJlbefent bythePtenny-P it; uu]efs�r> rni;ig fromsor pafllng thereby to the Vm\tr,\ Poft, Trftt Letters jiaffing between London and Ham* mrgb lhaJi pay as Letters between Lcndcn and alL otlier Parts of Germany, viz  Single One'ftfi&' ling, DBuU*T\voShijiU2�, Treble Three Shif-Ilnfr, the Ounce Four Shillings. Ttwu ajay Office of the Poft-Office fecrerinff or Jeftroymg any Letter, Bag, or Mkilo/ Ler-^ontaiiiing any Bank Note, BiJir or other �pev Writing or Order for the Payment Of Money ; or Healing out of any Letter any fuch Benfc Note, Bill, Btc. on Gonvi^ion, Hull fitt fcrDetth asaFHon. That anjr Perfon robbing a Mai], in any mac or tn ai> v M*suw whzdbevzr, ajchough ? "�*y ltot *iyq^ tharany one was not in Fear by/uch Robbery, ifaUl, oe Convidion, fuSer Death ai a Felon. ' That any Officer of th* Poft OfEovenrrofred to take in Letters, and receive tim1h&*$fi*imxaL embeczitng the MotKyitati^:n^3S^nt2 the Utters; or any Officer *hmwmd&RatS on Usrterf. and nor accotmrins^fcr^'^wncad That tow Poll Roy having a MaiJ or fiteof Letters wider his Care, deferring the Ian e before hto Arrival at Jjeaieat Stage; or forfcring any other Perfb^.to i�de on the Horfe or Qffti�e al^ Aemvtrljt br loitering on the&oadfor ^ rWp*^ conve/ii)g the ibtl aftw Hie^aie of ffllTOea/ared Miies ui Hour toils cm Go*vtakm%befog* one Iuihceafrhe Peao^te fcnt^ the fWe of Cotredtioir- far *iry Tune not eseedinf One Month* nor Ids wn r^uueciiDay^     x tunattoa wWi others! SkwR^y ?t^*4irtfa or conv^yin^tertm, or'feutingithe farnTto he unlawfoJly fifc^i veyel, (haiJ, cm Oosmdivm, W� one jujiieeW the Ptafce, fkafiiz Ten Siill fangs, to be patf rotb* ln)&r6cr. far every Let tcrSo unkwfolly ooitaded, Conveyed, or dds-verect An&tf the Foc*itufe is not inunedtaeff paid, 01*18 be felt to Hit Mate of CorrediiorC fj&i&y Simt not exceeding Two Months, no* iefs rhan One Moncli. Tt a; *H *ar� of Letters kndaJl Forfeitures, mentioned in diis Adt ihail be pakl in Sterling Money ofGmt Britain. l*etfiddifed by tks A3 fc+tht Pert cf Iftt&S between London and Hain/mr^h j and Jtbe Ltmtfatiop of the might of Packets to be fent y lie Penny Poji, edpnenct fem the fifth of uiy next. JM ether TOguLithms, SLates of Pe&- iWt?4, and AtfUtmK* txf�t- &***tommr cormmntefrcm the Tentii Day of October next. MyCommand eftbe Poft-mafter General. Aktk. Todd, Secretary. CHELSEA  HOSPITAL, June 8, .i-jor. rHE S E are, br Order ef the Right Han. my Lords and others, the Commijfteners f*r the Matrs of bis Mjjeftfs Kov^al Hospital at C H E LS E A- to give Sotue^ that all Out-Pen/toners (as well Letter-Men m others) belonging to the /aid Hofpital, who live at a greater Dijtance than twenty-jzvt Miles from Landm^ and thofe in Scotland and Ireland, are bertby requtrod andemmanded^ that after the x^thlnitantjfune^ and after every fucceeding z^tb of Jane and December ^ till further Orders, ifcey forthwith apply tbemjtlves to one of bis M*j*ftfs ?nfiiees of tbe Peactin tbe Neighbourhood where they rtjbfe, and make the toifamng Affidavit^ which the fuid Ma* fiftrates for the County, Ctty, Borough, or Riding* tfort whom the Penfioners appears, willfigh ana datey came before me, one of hi9 Ma jelly's Ju ft ices of the Peace for the Cbunry of and made Oatii, that he was admirted an Out-Pfeniioner of Chelfea CoJlege, on the Day of 17       frc�n the Regiment of ceroimndoaby wis then aged about        Year*) ferved in the Army years; was dil- charged for and clue iie h no otherwife provided fdr by Govxrnmeuc, but as a Penhnner of the �tid College j and now lives iij the Parilh of in the Coui?ry of Sworn before me, this Day of 17 To the End that tbe Commifiioners for tbe Affairs of the faid BofpitaK ntay be fattsfied, thai they are toe fame Per/one who have patted their Examinations \ the Penjianere are h'reby further directed, that fitih of them as have ferved in* and been dtfeharged from atfy of tbe Regiments or independent Compames of 'Invalids, are ntjf to mention m> their Affidavits SuchRegimen* or Company of Invalids^ {u wbk&tbey fewed^ but tkO Regiment, Trx*p* or Corps cfthe Arnry+fram which they were firfi difcharqed, and Hmmmnded and rnerved to Cteljea HqfpHaL The Affidavit drawn aetordiug to the Itbevo Form /worn before, dated andatttfted by a firate, is to be put up in a Cover, andjept Gener.il Po/r {dire�hd thus) IO the Ki&b noaraUen e iuymafUr OrneraJ ofhuMajeityl Land Forces, at the Horfe-fhank, Lon'lnn : and that Counterparts or DmpJicates t>ftbe faid [Jidaviis be referved by he Xtut^ehjuncrs rt-fpecliveiy, to I e exhibited to [uebperjots asjbllba dire&ed to pay them\ that they may be Ja*isfiea thta all futh as may clam Con^benfiens^ art tbt real Perfons wtitLd to raetve tbe fame* Lafliy* It h notified that mne will beenterea upon the P.iy Litts cfthe faid befbital  or hi i Ttteive any B^ncjii theref agreeable rt tteje Ordtrt - \ Diret;' ns in the Ahfnce cf tie Rertfier and Secrttary. O." KUSStLL, * N. R. The i'en!;oneTs3 m ami >'^ut 1 option, u ii  Pen/ioners iu general of the Days 0/ the eufuinf Paymejit.   

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