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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 15, 1765, London, Middlesex The London Nurr.b. 5^71 From SATURDAY June 15, to TUESDAY June 18, 1765. [Price Two-peiict liai.-p r\y Frbitithe LokdoK Gazette. Naples, M&y 21 * N the 13th inftaat is the evening, a man abeut the age of 30 years, in a ragged coffee co loured coat of En-glifh cloth, black wailkoat and black breeches^ and a bob wig, of a middling ftature, a bro*d /efty and his fubje�h ; artd in this intelligence and in obedience to his toyzl Older, I have wrote ro the Commandant of Baccalai, that, without the leafi demur, he put the fubje&l o] his Britannick Ma/eity in pdfleflion of Log wood Cutting in Rio Hondo, where he iscc permit them the free ufe of that trade withoui incommoding tbem. treating t Gaze .ieds an advert ifeiment is infer ted, purporting. That le Sieur D'Eorf, who in laft Tiiniiy Term was foUad guihy of printing a falfe and fcandalous Libel, highly reflecting on tb$ honour of the Coum de Guerchy, �m-baffltdor Extraordinary from the Court of Frantato this kinedo of Charter-houfe-fcjlrare, was mar,ieJ 10 Mifs Palmer, dau^luer of Caaile* Palnicr, Efqj of the fame place. On Satin day diedj at hi* houfe in Carey-ftree', Samuel Bonner, tfiji oue of the Matte rs ifi Chancery. * On Friday a JentJeman's coachrha an ftce, dark eyes, and blacJc teeth, came to an J Jnny (the �gn of the Three Kings) in this city, wood on foot, and took a lodging there j two days after'which, he bought the oompleat drefs of Abbe; and on the"17th went to Puzzole, about fix miles from Naples, and was brought home very drunk, about two o'clock" in the morning by the patrole whtn after drinking unftfher bottle of wine, he fhur himfelf in his , and was found the next day in a chair expiring; of which the Bririih Conful being acquainted, fern the Chancellor of the Confulate and a fervaat, in \yhofe pretence, and in the prefence of a perfon deputed from the French Conful, the nun declared himfelf to be EngUih, at London* and his nattte Marin ; fcOn tion at friendthip with us. Aud for my part, I have the honour to aflure your Excellency, that under no pretext whatfocver there �hall be the leaft extortion offered to the fub/etfs of his Log-be njuiHce, and not furrendered Court of Kind's-Bench to receive n for the faid offence, was, on 1 j being affured his Majefly wonld greatly concerned at any change that might intermix the good harmony that fabfifts between the two Crowns. I rejoice at your Exceltatcy*s fcfe arrival at the Balis, ajul at the receipt of this, your Excellency may he in perfect health. I remain at ynur Excellency's femce with a)) affection, defirous that God may preferve lawed* by the judgment of the Coroners of thecouhryof Middlefex. On Haven, his Ma; ies, of 74 gum Devonihirc, Cap*. Qi - i, af- having abfeonded | ter having been out with hi* uiaffer, went home to his lodgings in C own couj , King- itreer, Weiftniniie:, vAd his if'e i\c was ill, and defired hei to fe.cn hitn fjmeihing from the Apothecaiy's, winch the went fur 5 bu- vvhen flje returned, ; he door wa^ made fait, and on forcing it open* fhe found her hufband han^ii dead. be behind quite Saturday room the very important many years* Merida ia Jucatarr^ *tb$f March) 1767, your la &c; ALVAREZ. orning a gentleman called d coach from a iland near Covenc garden, and was drove to South-Audley-ftreet, and there fee down, and Gifputing wi h the coachman about his fare, viz. whether he Ihuuld pa^ him rs. or is. 6d. forgot and left in tht coach a band-box% winch he had brought from rhe country, comafning jewels ;oihe ataount of sool. However, having immediate re bo hich he expired without uttering another bankrupts required to furrevder. in the county of the John Barnes word. No papers were found about him but fewed Wilrs, Cabinet-maker and Joiner, at Lord Weymouth's Arms Inn in V/armifter and z6. July 9* ivaiftcOtt were two I Thomas Fordhami purfes, containing four hundred and fcvewy-one guineas, one hundred and feven half guineas, twenty Roman Zechines, ten Roman lulf Ze chines, iix Venecian 2fcchine�, one Louis d'Or, two pieces of fix ducata, Neapoliran money; all of which ha* been deposited in the hands of 1\U Briumuc Majefty's Minifter, who made all poffibk iiujuiry for more paxricul.TS, that mig fiive ^iglir into this extraordinary affair ; but procort no more than what is above re- iizy May 2*. A fquadronof eishc SpaiaOi ihips of the line, comm.ndtd by Admiral Navarro, failed from hence the 18th ioiUnt for Barcelona where th^y are to be joined by four more; thty are to proceed from theiice with the infanta of Naples, and bring backchc Priu- cefs of Aftmias. Turin, Junt 1. By letters from Genoa, tin in the Fields, in the Liberty of Welt miifter, Fifbtuonger, at GuildlOiJ, London, June -8, 17, and July 27. Jofeph Levy, of Smiihfieid, in the city of � London, Dealer, at GuiidluJJ, July z, 6, an
d from th Postscripts of all th� Evening Papers of laft Thurfday, It is reported that this fummer their MajefHes will pay a vific to the tJiurt.t*ities of Oxford and Cambridge. It is expefted that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York wiU be in vetted with ths order of the Black Haft I r U-fnre he returns item Gcr- St. Helena, who was to fail in : ^ haviMS� we h�., .Jrady been of- Lojidon ate of bants of Jucatan's aufucr to my difprches, j oF North and Copartners. L O N D O N. ; . On Sunday :he Rev. Mr. Beadon, Reftor f&or.ehain in Hants, pitach^ibe- Hook, a 1 ihree or foui days after, fo ttau Ihe is houi ly exj>ecled. A letter from Dominica, dared March 16, fays, " We are undeT the greaiett confter-nation and tenor, on account of the many and violent earthquakes felt hereof lae; afl yefterday and lait nignt, ^i-.hum any \6ng inrermiiliun, the ihocks were more violent than were ever known in the illand before. They write from Brunfwick, in North Carolina, that a duel was fought theie the latter end of March laft, between a Lieutenant and the Mafter of one of his Majefty's in which they were both wounded : when Hoops, iaclofing the duplicate of the orJer from the Conn of Spain, I herewith fend his anfwer and a trwnflarion thereof, am! deiire yon will com-mtmicate the fame to their Lordihips, acquainting them likeu'ife, that the Logwood Cutters, in the BAy of Honduras^ have had pofTeflion �iv�v, them in form, by the Commaiidaait at BiCCalar agreeable to an order he received from the Governor of Jncatan, to reinftate them at Rowley's Hire, the New River and Rio Hondo, the places from whence they ha^l been driven. I have the pleafure toaffure their Loolfhips, lhar I have itritfly obeyed their orders, in feeing his Ma jetty's command* p�u % and to remove lirtuely co their new one Indian Qu a e s, where I.nt!gate Lite) v i and rhat,-in the mean Time, their old w�Jl be feJliu? otf cheap in the CInifrer*. 5AMUI E GS to he h BEGS to actuator Gentry, h - ot. eis, Tru and encerU upon ti.e Gbo * a--.d Pfc ; Inn, at Sjieen. a.m-f and. in the Couri ^ Berks, hue ia the IV-fK-ftoii .-f Mi. John Ca where ti�ey nay de^ en-, ui on rhe molt i^en Accomir.odxion aiu' < Tie
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