London Evening Post, June 22, 1765

London Evening Post

June 22, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 22, 1765, London, Middlesex N'ttmb. From SATURDAY J 22, to TUESDAY J 765 r:ce Twu-pence Half-penn^ Fromtte London Gazette, Turin, 8. rived in the Texel on the r 5th inftant, from | fum was purjn, and who gave it him, for Nanrz, uras attacked and fired upon by an I two years bat^, and how much is now in H E French Embaf- faiiar at this Court is preparing to go to Genoa, in order to pay a compliment from the Xing his mailer to both the Jnfamas of Spain and Parnu, on . their paflkge through that place ; Englifh pirate in the Brittfh channel, aboitt three leagues from the coaft of England, who (hot ^reat holes in his fails, #>d afterwards robbed him of 100 florins in fpecie, and a Urge quantity of Merchandize, the consents then not known. Tiie Fuendfoip, Devenall, mentioned ro be arrived at PifcaraqU3 from Brittul, proves to have foundered at fea, and the ctew ar- iived at Pnil idelphia. The Active, Belt, from Newcatlle to the b fine to be excufed tewing the office of She! iff of rhi> cry. Thuifday wasmamed, at the Quakers Mectin VeiTel ih.ui be ; ermicteu to iir'eak Hulkj or i, ^xe 't;', 1 j 1 any i'ort wit:.1:1 thns, WuCie i'oiis are 01 nuy he! er*aytLtlied, until L.e: t^rs on board are ueJi-j vcretl to tlie Poltmaiier of fncii Por^ (l;e paying j tiie Brin^er One iJcnn> for ^-acti i.ttcr)iobe forwarded accordui^ ro tiien j^i*p?irhve i'ly^ dor s, except ftich as are e>cej-reu b� tin Act cf the Ninth or Queen Ann% \ ajid inch *s may \j� brought by ^'efTels liable to Quafenrine, wr.LJi la.ft: are to f>e delivered to the Perlbjis fn;>erin-tejidii^ the Qtureinine, t^.r proper Care, before; thty are 'orv\ardevl by the Pofr And th^t all Malters, Mariners, Ri{fen�ers, &V. ne^lettin^ to de ivcr die l.euerfas iforcfau!, ihaJl f �r every N-gleet forf-ic Twenty Pom.db. Thit the Pi-Ihnaiter i!.ali taKe for every LetreJ1 brought by inch VeifeJ, icr any iJkc-e wulail his Delivery, One Pen -.y, djov&^re Penuy paid to th.e Ma'eior other P.-rfm *'or'f!ie lame; Tuar Letter. o\e one .tiu! i.ot exceetli:.g v.\ 0 *a;k wts aMpjehe-'ded and brought ro-oir j Sca#s, .Sm^ie Two Pence, !>.-.n !e rour Pence^ ohr, Fieloii-'s in Bow-itrees from whence ! Tre'.ieiix i^-r.ce, r!>e Ou.;ce m^ht Pence } but J. j v n r. . r-^. \,^~ I tJief.- Ka'C? .ire n.v toalrt-ct the J} -iv\v-Poit. 2- co-nt:-. it ted 10 New Pi .ton, Ckiken- Tolm Kewton, now or l.vte of Thongs Bridpe, in the parilhof Almondbury, in the comuy of York, Dealer, at the New Inn iu Leeds, July ioy nt Aug. 3. Rich^d ) ffon, late of the pa iflt nf cr. Jirr.-s, well, for far^h-f examina;.ion. T.�ai Letter^ p^:l:n.f, b.-rweci: Er.gl.t71d anei Irt* landy chroiuli Larhj.e^ Dumfries, Hrt I nine , j * , ? \ *nd Donaebace?* Hull ut\' i;.e fau.r R*-t:s of Articles^Uteuigenqe, &>c from , ^ ^r^*w/bi ;JKJ KcKec lollaiie ford, .e Liberty of Weihnr.iK>r,.Irorn>onv:r5 ) uldhal), Lon.lon, July 5, 6, Ang/j. | ^ to Tllomas Bullen, Eat I of WiLlhire, I and lifter to Anne Bulien. Some of his Loidihip's laier anceftors being younger fons, eoiertd in;o the^r-vice of tiie States Geneial, and mairied into in tl at Guildl Akxandcr Viiik of Cb.Hiccry-l-r!e, London, Jlerchanr, at Guild..*JJ, Ji*ly 9, guft 3. July /y/ KichacI Emhry, la.e of Tewkef- j b^ry, in the counry of Gloucefter, Spinllcr, ) Milliner and Hoiier, at the White Hart in ; Tewkefbtrry. ! July % 6. Henry Morris, of Chowebent, in the county of Lancafler, Chapman, at the KingVhead in Sallord. July 17. William Griffies, hte of Liverpool, Barber, Pcrnke-nuker, 'and Linnen-drapcr, at.Pontack'c Goffee-honfe in Livcrpoolc. Jofeph Gibbons ami Charles Freeman, of Lara-fceth, in rhe cnxmty of Snrry, Soapboilers and partners, at GniMhaJI, London. July iX. Thomas Delamorte, of Dawgatc, London, Cornfadlor, at Guildhall. July 20. The^idofia Cox, I ate of Dalfton, in rhe county of Middlefcx, HaberdaQier, at Guildhall, London. LONDON On Saturday morning his Majefty came to town from Richmond to the Queen's Palace, and about the fame time the Hon. William Pitt, Efq; came to town from his feat at Hayes, and afterwards had a private conference with his Majelty for upwaids of two hours. Sunday the Rev. Mr. Edward Beadon, Reftor of Sconeham in Hants, preached be- tAe Postscriptof ail the Evening Papers cf l�fi Saturday. His Maje^'y has ninft gracmufly condefcended \ to lit three tiir^s to Mr. Van Noit (who came I fiom IreL'td on unroof?) in ord?r th �t that in-^eninui ar-ill might he aide to make a molt per-fcdl lii-enefs in ;h' i '.'-nded Itatue of the Kl-ig, is to he prrknt-sid to :A\t city nf Dublin, ;u rht: foii exneuee of the t*rl of Novthuin'jer- w ' i�. the moltem.nem fa.m'-.es >n Holland A.id ^ ^ ^ , his Lordfh.p was born beyond fo, but r,a- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ urefent >Uj,lly's j turalizedin 1690. He fucceeu.u -o .he .- | � ^^ ;p � ^ in ct^r ,0 : tie in 1702 (be.ng �he'8:h Lord Hunfdc.) . ,;^ ;; �lv; ,/u^Kr;St. J.,nu-/S, th, : and took his feat in the Hcufc of freer* m i ^ ^ ^ -.;. ^.X,JC Barr. but (he died in 1719, ) tie in 1702 (being theSih Lord llunfdo:;) and took his feat in 1 be Houfs of Peers in } 1708. His Lordlhip ma.-ricu in 1 7*3, Grace, daughter to Sir Edwaid Waldo, of London? Km. and widow ot Sir Nicholas WoJ-llenholme, of Forty-hill, in Middrefrx, wiihoui illue. ' On Sa-urday ni^hr lait died, at his houfe in rhe Old Baily, Mi, Nathan Hart, an eminent Dancin^-maller and Teacher of ie-veial Aiis and Sciences. C I R C U I T. 7,/;-. Judm IVilmot, Mr. J�Jine Ajlon. \ SouTLi.mrt-ton, Tneidny Jury 16, *t the caitl^ (if Linton. \s'i!ts? S.ju'-.i.iy ^r, iit New Sun-m. Dorfrt, Tl--trf:..y 1^ --it Dorchclter. Ir \h fiiii \V.kt \V ESTERN auiwts o; ^t. j.�nn c hUri nf Btr.e's j uirn?y to Sco^l tnt! is i-.uv' ^b.ie for rhe pr?f?nt. Tr.? r.u-r^ i:^t a cc:t an }'iitii)t fx:Je will ion;; rv-\ihr i�. '.nd. ii agun r?viv?J. Th-y wii*" f'om Ca' r.ii- Jt:ig, Doubi? 'l\\o 6ni'iii , Treble 1 hrce StitU Jl:isotet -p.^JI, of other i-aucr, Vutijy, or Urv^r ii�r tl e Payment of Mo:.ev ot Kealin^ Ouc of a-iy L-rter any fuch hai.k Nor-, f-i'j, c^r. on Conviction, ihlll f.-r Dca;h as ^ Ft:ion. Tirat a: 5' IVrfo.i ro'bin^ a JT'-iil, in an/ P'..ce or in i iy Maimer wf kfoever, airhon^h it may ; ot a.';v;ir rliaiauiy one v\as ynt iii Fear !)> f..cii KoM>cry, Uuli> oa Coiivictioii^ fntfet Deatlt us a rel'-n. Tb.it >Miy OTcer nf the Pod OfEce, enr rutted to rak-m L^ners^ ap.lr.ce;ve tne i;oita^eti\ereofj etn.V72.hn3 th � .ViOi:ey recene*b or Jeitroying t!ie I etters or ;tny OtCiK er lUlvan^ing the Kates on Letters .uiu not acconiuin^ i(-r tiie nivanced Poitage, ilvall, on Coiiviftion, be deemed guilty of Feiojiy. Tl.at old hpaiiiih ihii>s, laden with floJic ballad, in j letters the Barr ot' Sallee ; which thefe Bjrbarians Tou-iof pooh-/the b.medar, at rh-nnildhall | WH\ Hint extremely difficnlc to remove in a ) Devon, .Monday 29, ;tt the cille or Exeter ! Cny of hxuer, the lame d � y .u the Omhihall. ' Cornw;Ji3 ^rnul.-y An;:. 3, at K.vlnun. Somener, Sarnnlav 10 at t ne t Jty of Wells, j City of iSrifto), Thuii'diy 1 >, at the CimldhalJ. �xtra& of a htto' from B^riu'c'^ near brid- oonrfe of years. It is reported, that a cTi illcnge was given any Poft Roy having a Mail or Bag of under his Care, tlefenuijj the fa t befor^ his Arrival ac the next Stage; or fntiering any-other Perfon to ride on the hiorfe or Carriage along therewith ; or loitering on the Road; or noc^in all p illbU Caies, conveying the Maij after the Rate or'Six aneafuted Miles an Hour and accepted, Lit week, between two Noblemen { ^jj^ ou Conviction, before one Juihce of the Pe-ce^ ;>e lent ro the Koufe of Correction for any Tin e not exceeding One Moiun, uor left than ou wen 5. of difUndioii, on account of ibme parry dif-putes. i-ut that their differences hai e been ad* fore their Majefties at ihe Chapel Royal. Lord Cadogan carried the Sword of State ; Lord Vifcount Cantelupe conduced the Queen to and from the Chapel. We are credibly informed that a grand council iafumraoned at Sr. Jame^s for tomorrow, when it is expedted xhat the new diniftry will be finally fettled. On Saturday night his Royal Highnefs *he Duke of Cumberland came to town, from his feat at Windfor, to his houfe in Grofvenor fquare. It is now confidently reported, that the Marquis of. Rockingham will go Lo;d Lieutenant of Ireland, in the room of Lord Vifcoant Weymouth, On Saturday Sir Matthew Lamb, Bart, fet out from his houfe in Sackville-iow, Piccadilly, for his feat at Bracket-hall in Henfordfliire. * Some letters by the Dutch Eaft. India ftips from Bengal, which arrived in the Texel on the 15th inftant, theie is an account, that when.they failed on the iecond Of-November laft, a fecond aftion between Major Hedior Munro and, ihe King and Vizier of Indoitan, uas daily e^peded. Letters fiom Philadelphia, by the laft packet, fay, " Our iait accounts from the "/ :ttii 9. " The fcilovving an account of a paiilh 'prentice boy I have met with, who is about 11 )ears of a^e, can neither read nor write, yet has a genius ^;*-af ly ;i.nilar to Mr, Buxton. Ltheiefoie inform you of a few quef- tion* I put to him, which he anfweied very readily, and make no doubt but, as he ^rows up, he will bs able t-o come up to, if noi exceed Buxton, li I fii It aiked him ihe amount of the aliquot parts of a pound from a 16th to a jioih patt, which heanfwered very quickly. t4 I next atked him the amouni oft to lo inclufive, in arithme;ical progtedion; which, afrera paufeofa few minutes, ar.d twirling his thumbs, ab is uTual for him to do when at work, he gave me a true anfwer. I 1 hen told him if he would proceed ro 50 1 would give him lixpence, and if he went on to 1 co I w ould give him a (hilling ; he jnlted by the imerpofition of friends. * From Fakenlram, in-Norfolk, we learn, that laft week one Thomas Gr*\n died, in a viihg near that plaae, at the great age or in years he rerained his feufes till within a month of his death. We hear that two-thirds of the whew L^Iy imported from France, is actualjy b'.nglilh, and  ... .-iii on which a bounty had been oLtaiued by th exporters. Temporary turnpike-gates eredled in Kent and Surry, purfuuic to *u act of be^un to be w idening, and laft feilion, for improvii'g, (hortening the roads hading from the Land's- EHd, in k.oruwall, to Dover Gkne.ul Post-Office, June 8, r 765. UBL1CK Notice is hereby given, Th.tt by an All p.rpd the hft S'fiicn of far-{lament^ * Br altpr.w certain Rates of Voffave, u ami for amendhi?^' expUxsnir.g* and erMir?;?:^ iC fever al Pro-Vijirta m tie /& ot tie St nth c4 Tijat any Poit-tfoy, fmg]y^ of in rorn')i-a , nation ^iilt others, unlawfully coliteri , j or conveying Lett.rs, or cauimg the fame tu " ) be unlawfully co..ve>eJ, ibaij, oj� Cow\ iCtioji, liefore one juitue of the Peace, ;br:.:t lei; Sr.il-Jijt^s, to b* paid ro t �: 'mbnt.er tor e\ ery Let* terJbnjilawr.il',' coJicCted, cor.veyrd, or deli-veietb ^nd if rhe Kor'eiture is i;or ini;i:et!iareiy pdid, ihau !*e fei.r ro the rion'e of fnrrt-dhon, forajiy J'i:ne jiot -xceedin^ Two Months^ nor lei? ti.an One Month. Ti.at all Kates ot L-tcer^ and ail Forfeiture nifutioned in rj.is A*.\ Lluii ue ;aid in i'terliiig JVlo-.ev of G?ea' 1 ,11 Ihe R.rtei eflabfijijed by this dei fat the Port of Letters hetzceen } .->i: my .Mn^l- Four P:-..e, i)o-;bic f-ty.'.t P-nee, Trel;le One S. lJJin,-,, tJ-e Ot.i.Cv- 0>;z and Four Pence. That I.ettrrs, ly I^nd. -n or inrn .01 v Ci: t Poit-Qffice in ,f;;trr.:. fr m 01 to a-i\'larr jut txcv'.du., Sixty Miles !r.>m fn; ADM11ULT Y jnly i>, i-6f. OT'ICE is hereby given, That, & L >1 Sefu. n cf Oyer and Terminerard Gaol De-la ry. fir tie 2'W ./ of i,ffe?:ce* committed on the J seas u;:tLieAdni- raits cf Lfir'ard, ii'H: /> held on Tuefduy, r-tl'uay rr'' Vft.y next, ar yufhe Hah m the Old \.uh L.fi^n, at Licht o'Ciot k in the Morning.  - Ph. Stephens* \4 a i memorv onlv of ihe money he has given \ tl.creot .u t ex.-.au,, �;xiy �iv.-x memory uniy, 01 '"t �'u J . - , ! Chief IV.1 0!n.v. m c.iic him from lime to time, which is pui imoa } ^ not .u.!:.., . : ,(j COIT-cl, n*\ box to be kept for him j and ah ho n is very j be , l,[ li; ^^'i .v. u:? i---.tir iVr.ce, !>" I ,1 often but a penny or two-pence at a time, or whatevej it is, he will leil die day cveiy 1 i Ki^ilic Te;:ce, '1 i- ^;.e S tiii;^, the G��j)cJU; ro rcnv.r j mueiy to rluir new* oi.e, at Uic Isb: an QctEv, where Ludij-drthteiy i^ood, a that, m the nienn Time, ttifir old Stcc,* >v vii bt iciung oil uie^y- m the Cloiitds* ;

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