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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 18, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5S72 From TUESDAY June 18, to THURSDAY June 20, [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette* mitehalU June 18. dthe ExtraS of a letter from Alrtjor Heflor 31 Commanding in Chief his M rm rhe flowing day  Lut finding their whole army under arms, returned to camp; orde. e;i in our mlv.u.ceo yofis afld grand guards ; the drums to beat ro arms ; Sid in kh, man twenty minutes afrr, the line of battle was formed, having made my difpoiition for ir the day before. They begin to canuomde us at nine o'clock i;i the iron.ins. and h.Wf an hour after the utlbni became general : v/e had a morafb in our front, which prevented our moving forward for fo 1 -c time, by whf.h means the uum er of j+\ now they nad, and which were web levelled, enuily well difpofrd of, galled us \ ery I was forced to order a battalion of fea-witii one i:u;', from rh?rip.hr nf rhe tiril rward to filence on� of th-ir BANKRUPTS required to furrender. Gliomas F'olter, of the parifh of Sc. Nicholas, in the ciry of Durham, in the county of Durham rirocer at the Golden  Lion in Durham, July 1, i3 30. Jacob Abrahams, hte of Downing-flreet, Wefl-minfler, but now of the King's Hencli prifon, in the county of Suwcy, Merchant, at Guilu-luli, Loudon, June 2.7, July-z, 30. DtVlDENDS to be made to Creditors. July 8. Aaron Anderfon, of the tow a of Kingtton upon Hull, Grocer, at Hairy *$ coffee houfe in Kinglton upon Hull. July 10.    Mattu-w-Hobfon, late of Aldrixige, ix\ the county of Durham, Dealer,   at the Queen's head m North Bailey, Durnanu ; July 17. Edward Newberry, of rhe borough of Leiceder, in the county of Leiceiter, Wool comber, at the White Hart inn mid* Certificate to he allowed. June 9, Thomas Roiliter, J ate of (jerrard-itrter, in the parnhof St. Ann, ooho, Mid- continued about an hour, the thunder not ceafing one initant   and ihe hail (which L meafured in the open field afer the ftorm was over) lay fourteen inches thick on the ground. " Nor was this all, for during the ftorm the flood role in fuch a manner, that all tue town, except abuu; where I live, was under water, and by the time we could put our heads out of doors, the water was runnin over the great biiJgeiop, and had drove down the whole range of walling from Coie^rave's corner to Davis's; lb that every houfe in the Brook-row was five or fix feet tinder waier. " It alfo caniei away all the bridges, feveral fheep, gates, Itiles, and every thirg that waa moveable, from the houfes in Crook-row and Cimle-Brook. Ia fhorr, it the molt awful lcene lever beheld. Pence Tne lofsj \'m thought, will amount to near th:e^ Moufand pounds 44 We have like wife fo bad a fever a- mongft us, that many are carried off by it, and thofe that have furvived, have lain for feveral weeks in fo Ihcckirga condition, that you vvou.'d think every minute to be their lait." dkicXj hiaberdaiher. r LONDON. O 1 Sunday laft his Royal Highnefslhe Duke of Cu'iibei land took an airing in his Articles of Intelligence, &v. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft TuefJay. It is faid that his Royal riighne/s the Du'  ^rdcuhr]y g1I1SpVt!-r, eale imaginable, and Teemed to be in great    of whkh ^ rf A        ^ ^ ^ lpints and health, ' and much. poys, line, to n o battery's v\ h fee on* I line tl\eu n:d=r. and xeej) �' r f*r 10 th- 1 1; h    f ^layei1 u^on ow flank; and ob-. "y another, I � .rrJinn from the . ^ . .d the driired effedl.   I .-j ];uj* to f.ce to the righr, in ord-.r to 11: .r rhe left wiieit .'.one, fice to .Vol- .I'- ll * > � i^-.H. ti.e r; _h; wi ^ n-tang up or fni.Jl wood, tiut u kui our rh;t:t ; t;tm th- riilt lint moved i\ t o c '"w a to'-? 1 I fo r\v-.i(;. 1. k^^Pi^s .� v?rv brill; cannnnad I it.nr orders to Major Pjmld", who commanded lecc':d line, to face it to rn r^h: about v: ,!'srr.,r / foor, tluu he -nijow  the fir ft ; bur that Officer dw of tl;ar movement fo l^Vn to rut jt in execution before he received i>..;i:ul-.r. Ia^nu'-tUAtely after both lines puihed fo'iwnrd with io n.nch ardor and refolution, at in* *n all anwi began, ili.it the which time en-.my lo^n af\er l;cgan to uive w^y ; and rive PMiii-es. before twelve their whole army was put to flight. Give me leave, my Lord, to inrreat yoi^r 1 1 Lordihi;> may 1 e :-hafed to ac^uaiiu hisMajr:?y j with the  g.Jlant and brave bchavicnr or r 1:e j ;ener;J : and I beg leave pv.-thu! aiy j troops m g( to recommend Captain Charles Gordrn, of ti.v ^9th regiment, my Aid tic Camp, Your LoidiV.ir> will for Irs l: a ve and fpirited bti'.wj.our. 1 ! excufe me, if, at the fame time. I wifh Major | Pemple might be recommended ro the Chan m in j and Court of Direftor?, for   1 is bravery *:v1 | good condudh   Both the K  Officers had ;!:-.-:r | horfes ihor ujidertheni in the aition.    I do my felf the honour to inclofe ro your Lorchhip a lid of our killed, wounded, and milling. I have the honour to be, &c- HECTOR MUNRO. Return of the troops prcfent in tbi above allien-His Majefty's 84th, 89th, and 96th regi-ments  Marines - Bengal battalion j and Bom hay derachment, confiding, in the whole, of Monday the Right Hon. the Earl- of Huntingdon fet cue from his houfe infSt. JamesVplace, for his ieat in the countrjt. 0;i Monday the Maiquis of GianbyCet out for the feat of his Grace the Duker'of Ru.land, a: Belvoir-caitle in Lincolnihir*. Tuefday inotnin^ -he Ri^in Hon. the Earl and Counted of Pembroke fet out from their houfe in Privy Garden, for their feat at Wilton. Tuefday morning three companies of the royal regiment of artilieiy were embaift^d on board the tranfports at Woolwich, jor N-'-v Yoik. John MoriiKt, Gent- ii appointed a Lieutenant in the  f the atfl * ajid that fevcral vefl'ris are now leading in the Southern ports, for BiiltoJ, Li\ er-poole, 5cc. A piece of very rich /ilk brocade is now making for a great- perfonage, by an eminent Weaver in Spitalri:ld;:, which, without either 1 he omamejit of gold or f:iver, ic is faid, will amount to fifty guineas per yard. A few days hue*, a new bank for the circu-JarioJi of cafh was opened at I-Unaingham, which had been long and much wanted m that trading town. Several counterfeit half crowns, have, within thele few days, been circulated in the neighbourhood of *spicairields, wliere many of the inhabitants have taken them to a conhderable amount. They look well to the eye, only a compoiition of pewter and tui. We he;-r a fcheme is in agitation to aboliih Regiiier offices for fer van ts. The Orphan houfe, eitablifhedat Mofcow by the Emprefs of Kuilia, had a folemn fcHivai on the ad pad, (i:er Imperial M.-jedy's binh day) 111 gratitude to their foundrefs. All the Governors aifembled m proceffiott to church, afr^r which they eiiter-tamed upwards of twelve hundred poor people diihibuted a him of money i 1 I f Letters-, not paHhv^ through aCi.ufOj'hc^. may be put in, ihaJl pay Single Four iV.^-, Cok\. it Eight Pence, Trehk Ouc Sr.iJIiug, thj Ounce Ojie Sh.iJiii^ and Four I-enc:'. A;u". Ici/g up-wards of Sixty, and n n exceeding One ritui-dret! Miks-.vithiii ti-e fii-i L*on>ijno:.3, (hail pay Single itx Pence, Doui-le Oje Sliiiimg, Trehle Cm Shilhng and Su P.nee* the Our.ce Two ShiJJinc?. aj:- bcin^ u u aids of Ojie Hmidred, and not exceeding fwo Hmu.r-.-d Mih:-s wi-hm the faid Doniinionsj iluJi pay Single Eight , Double Oi:e 8i:iihng and Pour iTuce, Tr-hle Twr, Shillings, tlte O-.nce Two S! ii;mgs and Eight Pcnc?. Ant! far every Diihrce jioc exceeding One (Mr.n ;rc\l MiL-s ;i!�vc iuc.i I\:o Hnn !rei!, a;ni f*r every fucn fun her Diftance within the fu.l Dominions, iluli pay Single Two Pence, Double Four Ptuce, Treble Six Pe:-ce. the Ou::ce Eight Pence, Tluu no Vdfel ihn.il be permitted, ro (-roak Euik, or make Entry in any Port v*> it. in the Brttijb Doiv.i'.lor.s, wh.eie i'ods are or n.ay be e!tam'iihetf, until ail I.ttti-rs on hoar* are delivered to 1 lie Polhnailer of fuch Port (he paving the Biinger One Penny for each Lur v) to he forwarded according to then i4rrneeh� e i';ire.> uons, except fuc:i as ar? excepted hp tl;e Afl of the Ninth o' Q.uet"i Anve\ ^/iri fuc 11 as may f^e I trough t by Vrli'els inbie to QnU-entnje, w ich laft are ro be delivered to the Pe; fo:;s fuperin-ttndiug the Qturemhie, f>r proper Care, before they are ;orMarded !>}' rhe Po:r. And tiut all Maimers, Maiin*e:s, I^tTiigers, J'e--!e�ling to ceiivc r the I.etrers as aforefaid, lhali for every N'�p;d: lorfrit Twenty Po::;-d?. Tluu the iVftmafter lhall take for every Letrrr 'roct^nr by Inch VeifeJ, for any i-jacv wicnin Ms Delivery, One Prn.':r, *lx)vc t e Penny paid to ne Ma'teror ortier Petfpn iox the lame. T: a: Lfrter* convened in Cre.it brit^iv ancl r IreLind, j:or erceetiir.g ojie Stage, ihall pay Sni-pe One Penny, Donbie Two Pence, Treble Three Pence, the Our.ee Four ]Vnc.\ And in Kundy a-I'O*. e one and not excee.hug two ir-igts, S;i:g:e Tv\'0 Pence, Do if le t- ot;r Pence, TiehieSix i'eiice, ti.e Ounce Ei^ht Pence*, but thefe l .ir'e-% ihali ) ay ti.e fame Kate's of En? Hf) y Si;r.i\ />-;/b, and ]Jacker 1 oil age, at> i or � *.v.g tn ti.e Dntance or JNumher of S:age's rhey are c.ti veyexl in etch Kingdom, as aie fettled by the Att of ilie Nuitf. o;' Queen Aiint^ or b ' this Aft. Thar no Pa< ker excefding the Weiglit of Four Ounces thai; be lent b^tlie Penny-P< 1:; un!ef co-nun^lrom,cr ; alli:.^; ciier.by to The C:enu'ul Polh That fetters ;\.du:g 1 , t ween. Lzpdcyi a. d H*m-hiirgh ihail \ \\\ a< I .ette^ !*etv\ ten Lend on and ail orner i?ar(s of  , coin eying the Mail after the Race of Six meifured Miles an Hour IhaJl, on Conviction, before one Jultice of rhe Pe^ce, he fenc to the HonU of Correction :>r any 'I'une not exeveding Oiie Month, ncr k:i than Fourteen Days. That any Poil>;-Joy, fingly, or in Coirl>i-nation with other?, utijawfully collecting, or conveying I. ^-ttrr:, or caufu^g the ume ta l-c unlawtully LO;;vt;ch iixli, on Con\i*h^n, before o::e ;n::i,e of the Peace, forfeit Ten Siul- :.e : a id t~> the Lubrmer. for evervl^t- or d*eJi- Captains, 18  Lieutenants, 24     houfe to tioufe, for the poor lulieieisby 1 tie     ]nu in d concition of obraining (heir Jivelihood. Adjutants,   j Quarter-Matters, 3  M a jo; s, tnfigns,   3 Surgeons, 4 Surgeons-Mates, 68 Seijeaius, 51 Drummers, 746 Rank and File. Alfo 8 battalions of Seapoys commanded by European and Hlack Officers. Likewife Artillery, Black Cavalry^ and European ditto. fhin X Lieutenant, 1 Eniign, y Serjeanrs, 2j Rink and File, killed. 1 Capii.iii, 3 Lieuie-kaius, 1 Knligns, 11 Serjeants, 30 Rank and Flic, wounded. 667 Seapoys were killed, wounded, or miffing, 181 Mogul Cavalry were kiljed amj wounded, Eajl India Houfe, June J y, '765. TH E Eait India Company, by their fhip DevonQiirc arrived ye.ierday off Dovei, h�ve received advices from the Preficifiiir and Cyuncil in Bengal, dited the 2*th of November lait that the troops under the command of ijor Aiunro, haying advanced rowartis the army commandad by the King Shah Aulum, fire at Rotliei luthe ^ and, notvviihilanding their late heavy late for tne repair of Mieir Spire, collated ihiriy-ei^lu pounds fifteen ihillings and eight-pence. ExtraH of a Utter frtm Bra;is in Warwick- dated June l I. " On Monday Jail:,  between two and %tal of Europeans killed,   if Chiiflmas. The gardens ate likewife cut off to that degice, ;hat in all the whole there is not a plant bit; enough to wrap round your hand. The u indows aie broke in a moll Rocking manner, particu-la:]y thofe 1 hat lay no; th, in the three windows in the fchool so fquares art broke, befides liiofe broke abov. itahs,  Majcdy's Weft India I hands are included) IhaJl j'ay, SuigJe one Shilling, DouMe Two Smllums, 'i'rehie Tlirce Shillings, the Ounce r our Shillings. Tha: Lexers, by S-.a, from any one Port any other J*crt within tn.e hod Dominion?, ihaU jvy Hngh' Fonr Pence,  Double Light IVnce, TrcnL One S.ailiuti. tlie Ounce Que SiiiiJujs ai;d Four Pence. That I etters. hy Land, to or from any Chid Po!t-CMhcc 1.1 A wen* a- from or to any /art thereof not rr.vc/u:* S.X'y Miles ihnn J'-c: Chid' Poit-Ofucc, or ho:n rhe OiJice where fuci* n ii-Mg5, :o      . ter ib un.'av/r-.J:-.- ccd.'ect^d, c-^iivey \-ered. A:.d if :h: Forreituj-j is nor immediarely paid, ihali h.' f.wt to th^ home of Correction, ibyanyTinie not exceeding f wo Months, nor lelH tr.au One Month. Ti at all Kates of Letter?, ind ail Forfeiturerj :n'nrio::ed i.u ri-i? A-it ihail ^e jiud 1:1 sterling Mon.ev nffirear Hrirali. ihe RatJS eflahitjbcd hy this AH for the Port of Letters heiivecn 1 oudou ar.i Hamh'.r.'li -} anA the L mitathn of the Weight of Packets to be fent^ by the Penny l'tjt, rc-nwence \rom the n:\\\ of July next. A/i ether R*g:ttati:m, Rxtcs cf' Toft* ,7 -e-mer.tioned, commence from the Truth Day or October .iexr. By Command of the Poft-mafte? General Anth. Todd, Secretary. ADMIRALTY   OFF 1 C OTICE is hereby g'>en, fhat^ d L^i Sefftonof Oyer and Termt>*-\ and Gaol Delivery , jer the Trittl of offences cor-mi *ed or. th& Hi^j Seas within the J-nrifdittivn cj t'e Admi~ ratty of E?ig/a?::f wilt he held on Tnefdiy, tin $th Day cf ~'jt>f!y next7 at Jufiice Hat. 't. t- �: Old Baily^ L>nd~?:y at Eight o'clock in t e Mcming. Fif. S   FPVENS, JtJy KLu;iees  of   b. en fo* a' lurnNke mctt I urnjukc. 1H E   ~irupees  o at the 8ohem:a Had on Tu nham G^eei^ in the Forz'ioj/n a-.' at 7/77 o7C/ock   

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