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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 25, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Evenin Numb. s%? from TUESDAY June 25, to THURSDAY June 27 J I765. (Trice Twu-]-%nce Half-penny From to, May z$- OME days ago a {hock of an earth* rjtuke was fete at Tiano and Mignia-no ill the Terra di LavorOj 30 and diftant 40 from ween miles Bidley, Surry, in the fd&rft of the Rev. Mr. Star^vay, deceafed. On Monday laftMr. Deputy James Ket-tlebey, Mr. Deputy Charles Vere, Thomas Smith and Edward Ingiam, Efqrs, were cho-fcn Auditors of the City and Bridge houfe accounts, for the year enfuing. A Dutch It is added, th be nude Ma Wia.  M pies.   At Mignia-SO it was fo lent as td drive Na- I boarded in her paffage by a Saletine Rover, and was plundered of a great quantify of Merchandize. recei Inhabitants His down, and two churches much damaged. DtdfoU) to. Count Wormbrand, who ivafc tj^lfejtetkl Minifter at the Court of Den mzrky if appointed to ibeceed Count Sternberg bere jfctiie fatee cbarafter; and Count Vita-faf)^ nalftctf by tbisCoart as Envriy Extraordinary at Vienna, will Jet out very foon for his place cfrtfidenee. Hm Jwu 18. Duke of York intends to proceed from hence to Germany, about the later end of this week, video vifit Atfifcerdam and Utrecht in his way. t$fi Chamberlain** Offta, Ju** 14, 1767. Orders for the Court's change of riaourning on Sttnday next the jorh iaftanr, for her Mofl Se-iw ttightoeft Dorothea Sophia, late Dowager Dutebeft of Mecklenborgh Srrelitz,. rtfft of the bte reigning Duke of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, tmck to htt preient Majefty, viz The Ladies to wear black filk or velvety co-lmred ribbons, fans and tippets. The wen tb continue in black fiill trimmed, and to wear coloured fwords and buckles. B A NKRUPTS retired tofurrender. John Perkim, of Henrietta- timet, Covent-Garden, in the county of Middlefer, Apo- tkectry, at.-GuildlulI, July 2, 9, Aug. 6. Jbftph Kemp, of Middle Moorhens,  in the county of Middlcfex, Merchant, at Guildhall, July 3, 6, Aug. 6. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors* Jo!/ 6. Thomas Roth well, of Boko? in the M66n, in the county of Lancafter, Dealer, bouYes were thrown I that in general the fhips fitted out from tfiat Greenland been very unfuccefsful this feafon: the Royal Bounty has only caught one fifh. Sunday the wife of Mr Ship-Chandler at Poplar, vered of a boy and twp girls, backed the next day by the Jawbridgc, was fafely deli* who were na es of all likely to live* Elizabeth, and George Onflow, Efq; will a Lord of the Treafnry  and alfo that a new Receiver General of the Land-Tar for London and Middlefex, will be appointed ; the receipt at that office, for the Current year, not commencing 'rill after Michaelmas. We hear his Serene ffighnefs the Prince of Orange will accompany his Royal Bighnefs the Duke of York on his reran to England. Commiflions are received from Berlin to pur* chafe two lteut Bririfh built fltips, capable of mounting eighteen guns, on account of the new Tariy Company lately eftablifhed by the King of Prqflia, They write from Bofton in New England, that among the ails pafied in the laft Generar Aflembly, arc the three following, vis. An 2& to carry into execution an order of the Gt-neraj Court for numbering the people within that Province.. An acl for allowing neceflkry fupplies torheEaJiern Indians, and for regulating trade with them, and preventing abufes therein*   An adt in addition to and in explajja- ac     -j j: a - DMuu�M  t>..^      i�crau�   i\n act m aaturion to anu in cxuiana- A few^Jaysago died at Beckham Rye,     .     - -        .,. .  r. 1 ,      if    0      *     . a  A.u-^- . �    tion of an act for providing and maiiiraiuing hear Mr Parafiife-row, Roiherhiikjc. Friday night Mrs. Dale,   the numberi were, for Mr. Nicholls 77 j, for Mr. ToVey 666. Tuefday an experiment was made, on the river Thames, of theufe and efficacy of the new-invented Marine Collar and Belt j when five men, entirely unikilled in fmva* ming, fet off from Black-Friars bridge, paf- fed, quire crecft, from thence through London bridge, at the grtateft fall, two of them blowing French-horns all the way, fpeft t^yfl armed veflets to guard the coaft, and Applying the Tre^fury with feven thoufaud pounds for that endr They write from Barbadoes, that the French inhabitants of Sr. Lucia are already computed to exceed feven hundred families. They have begun at that place to enter largely into the ma-imfaflure of indigo. We hear rhat fome work is cut out for the gentlemen of the Jong gown the ne*t tcim, betwixt fome of rhe dealers at a noted coffee-houfe near rhe Royal Exchaiige> in relation to continuation money being taken, and a difpute on difference j when it is expedled a fcene will be laid open fo the public," that they are not thoroughly acquainted with at pre fen r. We are allured rhat a premium has been paid for rhe lottery ticket No, 4^, by a gentleman who has befpoke it foe fome time pa ft.-There has been an extraordinary demand for that number, Jbmuchuoiie having been made about it in the world. Sunday laft the I*ady of the Hon. Richard Walpole was fafely delivered of a daughter. The John and Mary5 of Cork, is arrived from Bourdeaux, and in her paflkge met with a large veffel fall of paflengers on their return from Cayenne (fp often mentioned from France) fiot beine able to eftabiiih a fettlement there. A Dutch fhip arrived at Marfeilies from Cafthagena, was met in hoc paffage by a Tu-nifian gaJJiotof four guns, which vifited her, tad obliged the crew ro give the Rais foxne in* firuments of navigation. One of the perlbns lately burnt out at the fire at Rotherhithchad the misfortune to meet with T\oZ conference whh his Majefty at the    who espreffed the h.gheft fat.sfad.on and    the m .      b    h fit e , ft �     ' aftonifementat this very curious and extra-   Saturday night � Gtm D-ck, having oUl7 en Queen's palace^ His M6& Chriftian Majefty has granted to the Sieur Macai i, his Majeity's privileged Mechanic, the liberty to eie&> at the feye-ral fea-'ports where men of war are built, faw-mills oF a new invention, which will faw 50 or 60 pianks at a time; and ilfo two corn-mills upon the fame principle. Thefe mills are to be worked by the tide, and thefirft is to be ereded at Rochfort. This ingenious difcovery is looked upon as a valuable acquisition to the commercial intereft of France. ordinary exhibition. On Monday the b *y of Mr. William Emmerfon, Brafs Founder, in Ratciiif-Highway who had been abfent from his houfefince laft Friday morning, was taken up drowned near Stone flairs \ when found he had a watch in nis pocket, fcnfce money, and two gold rings on his finger i the decea-fed was a widower, and has left a fatherlcfs family of three children. Tuefday an Attorney, in cuftody, was tered upon the honfe that morning. Cour Bench Extrag of a litter frt of the diftria  of freact) Majtg. rOo the Weitminfter, to receive fentence, and on Gafc con morning, &n earthquake happened in ?he PjfTCOOeets which was felt feventeen leagues round ; the foock lafted near a mi-mate with great violence, and terrified the inhabitants? to that degree, that they ran Wit of their houfes, and the Priefts abandoned the altars where they were pei forming divine fcnrice, for fear "of being buried in Ihe ruin*ofi|ie buildings, which they imagined were coming about their ears.   The ftepherds left their flocks, and ran about m defpair, not ter from the fa have died of the fright, and others are fork. Kumbers of cattle were killed, and feveral Churches wera damaged, and the furniture in fome hottfes was thrown down and means 10 make hisefcape in the Hall, and in his way knocked down one of the Coun* fellors j but being clofely purfued,w3s taken again, auft by the King's-arras, Palace Yard. Thomas Stowe, a young man of a reputable family, who was convi�led of Felony and robbery at the laft Lent affize for Suftex* has obtained his Majefty*s free pardon, and is difcharged out ofcuftody. Gkner a l Post-Office, June 8, 1765. PUBLICK Notice is hereby given. That bfanAS faffed the laft Seffion of Par-hament) ifc For altering certain Kates of Poftage, a and for amending^ explaining^ and entarghtg feveral Provifions tn the AS of the Ninth if u Queen Anne, and other AHs relating U the H Poft-Office;" It ts amongfl other Things, Ena8ed> Tiiat JLetters between London and any Poet within the Britijb Dominions in America^ (in which all His Majefty's Weft India Ifiands are included) fhaJl pay. Single One Shilling, Doable Two Shillings* Treble Three Shillings, the Ounce Four Shillings. That Letters, by S rd of the Treafury** Ear] Temple. Chancellor of the Exchequer^ Mr. George Grenville. Seery, Ihail, on Conviction, fuffer Death as a Felon. That any Officer of the Poft-Orfice, enrmfled to take in Letten3am! receive thePofta^ethei*eof, emlje22ling the Money received, a ceftrojing tlie Letters or any Officer advancing the Kates 0:1 Letters, and not accounting for the advanced Poftage, (lull, on Conviction, be deemed guilty of Felony. That any Poft Boy having a Mail or Rag of Letters under his Care, defertmg the fan e before his Arrival at the nextSrage; or fullering any other Perfon to ride on the Horfe or Carnage along therewirh ; or loitering on rhr Road; or not, in aJl poflible Caies, conveying rhe Mail after the Rate of Six me.ifuied Miles an Hour ihall, on Conviftion, before one Juitice of the Peace^ be fenr to the houfe of Cxxrection fdr any Tinje not exceeding One Month, nor kfs than Fourteen Days, That any Poll-Hoy, lingly, or in Combi* natioji with others, unlaw fully collectings or conveying Letters, or cauhng the janie 5> be unlawfuJiy conveyed, ihall, on Conviction, before one JnlUce of the Peace, forfeit Ten Shillings, to br paid ro the Informer, for ei ery Letter fo unlawfully collecl^iI, conveyed, or delivered. And if the Forfeiture is nor immediately paid, Ihall be lent to the Houfe of Correction, tor any Time nor exceeding Two Months, nor lefs than One Vouch. That all R^tes of Lmer', and all Forfeiture* menciojied in this Aft ihall be [ aid in Sterling Mowev of Great :-" 1 v ai-i. Ihe Rates eftabifjbed by this Aft for the Port Letters between 1 < mdon and H-injbtjr^l ; s.xd the-Limitation cf the Weight     Packets to be      * by the Penny Ji\Jly conw.tme from ihe 1 : July next. All6ther s\egi ourn in the County of Middlefex, Oilmen, is, and itands d idol red upon and from this Day ; And the faid Richard Moore p rpofes to carry on Balineis from and after this Day upon his own Account. R. MOORE. At  V* M N and Co's Vaults and Warehrxifes, under and ne^r rhe Royal Exchange, ARRACK, at izs. or6d.per Gallon Advance on the h-dia Cormuny's Sale. JAMAICA R U M, of gr-ac Age and Strength (Price accordingly.)-And very Old-ftrong Proof, and fine Flavour, by the Pun- cheon at 8s. 9d. fmailer Quantities at os. per Gallon. ThebeftCONIAC   BRANDY, of �reat Age and Strength (Price accordingly.)-^Aiid very Old, ftrong Proor, and fine flavour, by the Piece or Puncheon, acqs. 3d. fjnaJjer Guam title*, at 9s. 6d, per Gallon. To be raffed at the above Wa-rehoufes. Samples of the Ianer Sorts, at 2 s. 6d. ver Qiiarr. Du^-t to CHuRLh^ WEN MAN aa.i i.o. Royai Exchange, and rhey ihall be delivered m or near Town (one GalJon or upwards) Carriage :ree. R U M and BRAMDV, imputed and fcM on rhe Ctrttom-houfe Quay, by the Piece or Puncheon only, ar the lowelt Prices. Very old and exceeding Hne PORT, MOUNTAIN and LISBON, Wholefele, or at 18s.pcx Dozen.-^-For prefenr Money only. Cafrs, Rnttlcs, 6lc. ro be paid for. which OuJl be aJiow'd when rerurn'U.   

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