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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 27, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. jSyft From THURSDAY June 27, to SATURDAY June 29 1 / 65- [Price Two-peace Half-penh/ Far    Jvn* 14 HEKE were great debates on ihefub-]tt\ of ihe Jcfuits inthelaft Alfem-bly of ihe Sor- bonne. die or tha: Order England, 'in the name of the Duke and Dine he fs of Athol, &c. on the 17th of May laft \ whereby ihe immediate care Of the laid iJhnd is now devolved on his Ma- Murder, and warrants arc ilfjed out a^ainft the inhuman viHains. The Ma-ilt;a:es of Suny luve oidered the county        10 h: 1 h�-ioii^uly if.-aired, w c; v.'irJim riie �?v.v;': Dominions in America, (in. which ail Hv: M..;.-!ty's Weft India Itiandsare in- The cre- jefty, who has been pleufed to appoint John I and hx addifionnl windows 'r> he nu.de to I ri tided) ibaJi |;�y, oniric One Shilling, Doubl Wood, h\q\ to be Governor in Cnter and Capcain General in and over that iiland j and by this proclamation to continue atf Officers and Mini Iters of Jutlise, and ail feemsevidentlyto        fons }n avil employments (except thofe be finking every w here. According ding   to   letteis from Spain, his Catholick Majefty's Mi-nffters havedifcoveied fome ambitious projects foimed by tint S'Ki'ey, which ihey propofed xo carry i*ico execution in South America, but whuMi are now likely to be fiuftratcd; and this difcovery, it is thought, I t'^e'2"nt"of jLineYn[tant, ro be executed and will occafion the total di%r*:e of that Ur- j m^ m hja MaJellyv name, der in Spain. I;. employed by the late proprietors in collecting the revenues) in tneir refpective places and cmpluyir.ems j ail uf whom are 10 take the oaai-j 10 iiis Ma;eliv, \\ unin one Calen-dar munui after ihe publication        1 ^      . ~t i ill-  '  1'       V 1-      T        1 J ' L f � 1 �  t he cur ner or ndf.y, between tlie on T,:ur fjay ncm- iii ;i d-i.veud to Sa.nuel Uil- ��i ^uthei i-it he i A  _ 1: '-n ;ni'ia: cur I   C. A. A   M   E   R Charles-Town, South-Carolina, May 4. At the choice and requeft of the Catawlus, his Honour" the Lieutenant Governor has fent a commitiinn appointing Frow ro be their King, in the room of old King  hagler,   who "Va$ fhot fome time ago by their enemy the In- Letters from the Creek nation and Aiigufta, inform, that neither the Superintendanr or his Deputies, have been able to nuke aiij'-im-predion on the Mortar, Head man of OaKchoy, either to induce him to be quiet, or repair to any conferences ; and that lie Ins been lately, and perhaps is ftill, in the Cherokee nation, on fome mifcluevous defign. Charles-Town,  May 8.   Alexander Simp- fon, Mafter of his Majelty's floop Vijvcr, on the North Carolina ftation," who killed Lieute- B>-letters from Jamaica we have advice, "That Admiral Sir William Burnaby, wiio failed in the Active friga;e<  Cap:, .. iai.u f � \ .it in.: i :\ U d-.-nt f.* *   ?anlh T^i ti;e *;t:ier ;t; j to Mor \ ght 1 � J. i ounda o:i e i i P H of ail the Evening Two Sinlitne?, 1 re'Je Ti ree SiiiJhngr3 the Ounce Four Stiiliinifs. K J That 1 et'.ers, by Sa, from any oire' Por: to any otNr Pcu Av'ittn-i t;.e f.ud Dominioi;", m^Jl pay ciiiv;! - Four Vz,:x\ I^o:,bIe Ki.?,b.r Pence* Trrbl- U;:e Si-iJl:;i;;, z;.t Jusice One Shilling and Four Pji: Thar I c-ttis. \:y La'i-M? ro or fiotn any Chief Polt-Ci'Ti. ^ ii! Ar.-crirs.y ir t excelling One Huh* drcd Mil^s'.vui'.m tlie Ja.v:. l.�oirinior-*, ihail \ny Suigltf Six Pence, D.M.i le One S!aJan�, 1 rci-ft Uiie .vLiJ,v^ .viu! Six Pence, the Ounce l\vd ShiJJiiic.s. ^nd btiiis u. words of One Hundred^ and Jiot cxceedii;ii Two Hiuuml Miles wtrKm the lavi Don.iilions, Hull 'pay Single Ki^ht P^r.ce, Don-/e On war 5 o TrrbJe Two Shiiiings, theOuice Two 5 ))iuig* and ir.^-isc IVixe.   And far overv Dltiai     not e recall: on bo&d of wuich weie 4 ... under tiie command ut Linm. L   tia� f.�3 Muf^rave of the 66th, and Majo; joii.. Fleemi-^of the ,6th.   Su Wiwin-n boifted I nam Wfeiiehurft of the fiid fioop in a dutl, his tln^ on board ihe Active, beouie the | J^rgeibips would not inve \\a',. enou^li in Ibir.e pans of the Bay, wheie n was necef-fary that he lhould j;o." A number of geruUmien in Jamaica nave formed ihemfeives into a S-)cieiy ror itn; Encouraiieuient of Ai;ricuhuie and Cum- j OSTSC*-! 1 PT  �. �i s    A^3 ThuifJay. L-u-'rh' fr;i;;i Quebec, daied March  11 tan ordinance ;-afh 1 .rely palled rhr> ;? en- o!::j-v.wi;c of' Ct... L nd^" >}� w;i;c!: it is m.^i.d, rli.i: n."> j /oinijig a \ eiy iirict i da\ tr.tCi o: cratlic ne then cwru-d on, on the prn J'y of :^.> ihii.iiKis. Tavern k-?;!-rs opening their tioors c-.ii char day, to pay rive ikiiiings - and all per- fe fb'is^ i welve yea^f of a�re or upwards, w ;.o a nr rl-ju.feivi.-s riire? inoinks Toiji ]>';!)iic wor ihip, unhf> detained ly J:ckn�.s, are 10 tork*it ten ihiiJing* eacb. mccc. L:i:r Tnefvhy failed f om Spithead, on a bavins efcaped fr^m jullice, Governor Tryou j cruue   the Juno man of w^r, Capi. Allen. � has iffucd a proclamation, offering a reward of j     ^iiC-y  wine fioai  iheEahick, that ihe j 4 It is reporivd ui power, \\ iJJ loon ; "tire Toiin and Duroihy, Cap:. Jonn Watlun Stockton, from Sccnn :'->r pjtei fbourg, in bahnit, was ibipwiecku ihe nui initant, jo 1. proclamation money of America, lor apprehending him, A letter from Aii�tifta, dared .the aft inflanr, informs us, that fowe traders lately -arrived j irj tjle Quiph of iMnlanJ-j the ciew ueie therefrom the Creek country fay, that three humlred ChicXefows, and iifteeii hnmired -Choe- nff ,)OX ; and 1 taws, are lately dead of rhe ii tbacrhe Creeks-ft}', the Indians always caich faved. A (hip from Barcelona, loaded with contraband goods for the hie of Man, put into r two 1; Me Lords, now in \vi;u very coniideraMe pen Hons. Ic is pofirivtly alTerr-d, rlut George Pitr Eltj- MemLer f D01 f rlhir:, will \^ry foo. be called up t   die Honfr or' l^rds. They write from Liibon, rlut the King of Porcu&il isc"\;.- tj citrf'-liih c-rt.iin offices in that c'vw, fi; f..e r-:,i:!^rm^ 10,000 leaine:i, to hereby on ai-y rutine emergency. A very cu 1 1 MiJford-liaven, and was fei^ed by me Col- r.d.iar. 1 fome dreadful diforder when they go Co meet    kdor and ochcr 0f hu Majefty's officers of the white people. SCO   T   L   A   N   D. Edinburgh^ June *xa. A daughter of a Gen- of arrows, lt.^ Lv.Iy bz':\\ lent ci tlcman of Dunlinnan, a very handfnme youn girl of nineteen, was married latt Feknuy to , with a quiver ov^-r froni New YorK, a� a p-.M>nc to l;u Royal fiigiuiefi the Prince of V*i *s My a cl.tu- in tli-1 PJolvent Adl, all peri-Mo taking tl\j 'km, tic of it, .ire oUi^d to r.^.c an oa u or rvdev u.rj^-f, InK-: th-'ir c-^n.n.itineiJt ; *nd who had f me time lince rrturned from a Gentleman of fcaft-end : with this Gentlem-uTs brother, abroad, it fcexns, his lady became deeply una. niouml; for, about a momh ago5 they weie found in bed Together by the hufbatul. This- atrocious injury, (being a good nattired jn^n) he re-fenced only by forbidding his b other from entering his houfe for the future. Neverrhelefs, a-bout ten days ago, lie fmvul them again in the �fame /juiauon  upon wluch he iitJilled upon their immediate cbparttire. He fuffered rhem, however, to break fad before they went away* and tho*hehad been cautioned fome time before, with reipeQ: to what he ear or drank, as rhey had i the Cuitoms : her car^u ib valued at ic,o-j. h lie 1 ling. 'J'timfday Sir Heniy Moore, Bart, kided hisMajelty's hand, on being appointed Governor uf New-York, m tne room of Gene- ,al Monckion, a^po.ntca Gevemo. of Ber- | perjury u.      c.^ is �moe u-^y. 1 I      Su"dt\' w.iS married :u I  - ""r wick. Hii Majefty has appointed Thomas Gordon,  tfqj to be Adjutant to the 2d bat- j ulion ol thefint regiment of foot guards, in the ruotn of Adjutant HuJfun, who re* figns. ....cr Mr.  John Eykb, .Vicrchant, to Mi:s lubeha Wincer, of j ! Liver,\-o\. Oj:o Hundred Milfs above fuch Two H":i'r.d, and f".r every luch turner Diitanct within the ui i Don ii.ioi.s^ il.aJl pay Singfe' To o Pence,   Dot.bl? Vnur Pence,  Trtb.'e biX Pv-j.ce. c;.e Ou.xe K'tdu Pen e. i..�. ;;o  \ in.-wJl be permirred ro '-reaJt Bulk, or ivaki: Kntry in any i- r rt    ui ui \u* �r/t;j}' D~r :    -a.. .. �, ;  . oAt a\x or may ciuib:;:.'.:-', mj.i'I -ii I^K.is o:� are   to be forwarded sccordm^ to ri.eu jciiKtliv? LUrec^ tiOV.s, except f xh as are cK;:, ttd J>y ihe AJI 5* the \int li o"" Oj:-en Aw* \ Ai.d n.:h as inty be V'Higltt !y ltd'!-- \o Otii'entine, w, iih hit 'ire to b- (!e.:v,eied ro the Pcvfons lu.^rin^ t-jnd.Mg r!ie CjNr: n'in-:, r. r [>ioy>^r Cire, btrtera tlwy arc lor^ .o. ed -'v* cne Pott, ^ud rbai all Mt'ters, M.om - js, i\iff n^f*rs, S^r. jie^lecting to de ivt r tPr Lccers .n: aforeuid, :uah flu ev ex/ N'-^kct foii'-it Twenty l'ouj.ds. Tnat the Poftmaiter lliali rake for everyLetrer brought by inch \'etVcl, for any VUct within hi'. Delivery, One Penny, .ibewt c;-c-Pcn;,y paid co the Ma':cror orlier IVrfon foi the   t:\-.e. T})ar I.ener^ conveyed in Great Britain and Irel.xtuU noc txceedi);g one St.i^e, U.all y-.xy Sua-v >.ie l-i-Uiiy, Double 1 wo Police, Preble Thrre i'l-nc^, the (yuiue Koiir Penc-j. And in EnQtand^ above one wild not eit^redinn t-.vo .Su^-s, S,in;leTv\o Pence, Dou'ie Four Pence^ Tie!.'lei)ix l^nce, the Ounce Kiltie Pence; but" Ci'-f'' P 1' :s .ire n )t. ; o anc-:t r be I Vjifiy- Poit. Trm.r loiters pi'iwu^ween En^l-'-nd and 7^-/^wt/, rhfi Lsh C.iyIJc, \:urn\\'ie^ Pert Patrick. a:i ' ])i;w,f"'./''d', Ti: ill 1 a)' tie fame Races of l:.r,i-!ij:>> StClih. a;.<: Packer 1 n:U-..e, ac- c.'-rdtnt; t�� t:-j iud..oice or Num *r of Sra^es tt ep 11  co :uyt t eidu Kir.c^'onu a^ are f .c-:edin?4 the Wei?,l.: of Font i'':-r b.* ti - Penny-P.- f;; unlebco* he Joiiah Hnr^ir, foniu-i iy a *>^rciunt in Crur. lied-Frjar.-. U'ednef'ay, during the rime of the revi.w i.i .irk, two gvir :t^.ien5 carri.g-s ir.ejt::.^; v.-Vy h.iliily ac the        :,-ae, the pole of one -   .    I of them went throuy:' rlir pannel of the orlier, On Wednefday evening the Lady ot the j    d unf(irtunjlte]y broke the U& of a Lady who was in ir. tieman well ^nowii at Newmarket has On Tuefd.y UU drd ar Richmond, wh.irher I Ounces ^ A:   � , ^ ,)/r 1 .1 'enny!; puilehco. , 1 .�       1   , >7..      liiiiii:: rrVr '.%r. aih     tP.r.by tor-he' �ch  for a considerable wager? to ride one hoife from Hyde-jiark Corner to Oxford, and 'jack again, wirliin feven hours-upoH which fevcral large berfs are depending. They write from Hamburgh,  tlut ievcial counterfeit notes of the Daniih Bmk have l^ecn circulated rhere, anxl that they are fo well done as hardly to be dillinguiihed from the real ones. A moft violen: tlmnder horm  happened on On from Poit-oiiice, who died about a year a^o. Wednefday Mrs. Barren,  wife of Thurfday at noon tlieir Majeflies can;2 J Mr. Barrett, Linen-Fador in Holbourn, im Richmond to St. Jair.e.^s, after which \ went to liling'.on, to pay a win to her mo- j ther, who hi iudifpoled ; but the had not bejn in the room ten minutes before the Wednefday at St. Mary Cray in Kent. A young gemkmm belonging to the, boarding fchool ot rlut pi ice, \va� "killed, and three or four more youths were much h-urr, one of whom was frightened inio hts, L11 vvt-i-^h condition he has j continued ever fii:ce. j L'tr^h da'i :. .0. a*- 1 t-tf^r l^tw tern Lo?id-;ri and all hn^,, l-ohjl:      r. Treble Three Shi!- Jl.:>; , 11 e (Jn ;. * Fonr S;.i Ilm^s. Tn.ar  ery, ihalJ, 011 ConvidUOTi, furicr Ueatlt as a Felon. That any O'ncer of (he Poft-Oflice, entrufted to takt- in Ixtterr, and recc:\*e die 1 Y>ttuj.e tlureof, embezzling the Money received, or deitroj in the letters; or any Officer ad vai/dng the Kates 0:1 Letters, and no: accounting for the advanced Poftng.', lhaJl, onConwchon, be deemed guilty u; Felony, Ti.at any Po't Roy having a Mail or Has of letters under Ins Care, deierting the fa-- e before his Arrival at the next or inhering a y ot.1 er I'ejion to jidc on tlx Hor e or Carriage there was a drawing mum at Court ; theii Majdlies dined at tiie Queen's Palace, and in tiie evening, returned to Richmond. Tnurfday moining the Right Hon. Earl Temple fet out for riayes, the feat of Mr. Pin, wlio feon after came 10 town, and b.o;ti thefe iilu'Hous pan lots waited on his IVlajelly ac the Queen's palace. We aie allured that.a certain great Monarch either adually'lias, or will _fbon)y come tn'.o the Famiiy CjmpaA wi;h the Houfe of Bourbon. ii, lu's. Majefty's proclamation for continuing uiHcers in the Iile of Men, iuferteJ. in laft TucIday's Gazette, it is declared, Thar agreeable to the com raft made by an act of Parliament, in the bit f.nllm, between ihe Commiilionersff his Majelty'sTieaiury and the Duke ar.d Duichels of A:m>l, the pro-prietoisof the Iile of Man, for veiling in his Majefty 1 his heirs and fucce.lnrs, ad the al ifland- Lordfoips, Sec. in tne laid ilia-.d, j men, wlio � his Maiefty caufed the fum ui ieventy thou-    Jjiejurope4 i Giop^ed down dead. TiiuaUay iiie noted Cuddy Spurling, a rnoitrepvotaie Carman, drivingfuriouily a loaded cariihiou^hTlumes-ltieei, being m lienor, feiiiiown, and the wheels y^ing o-vJi hii body^ he was killed on the ftu>!. Tuefday ni^iu a Bailiif and ins Aiiiitanr, j both dieiiid fi;;eB:e\vers Coopeis, went iu an aleiioufe in Stioiedi,cn, toavreil a Coal poiicr, who was drinking theie wi.h lover uf iiis companions, who having inmru.iun of the mauer, fell on ihe officers, and made 1 hem undeigoike difcipline ofa lioife pond in a very fevere manner,   I: is fa id iha: one uf ihe pa-rues is iince dead. Tuefday the Coroner's Inquelt fa' on the body of a woman, u-tio lately came patfen-I 6cr' in a nonhein coallin^ v^ifel iruo ihe Thames, and v^as ufed fociuelly by twe who end^avouied 10 force her, that into the river and was diuwncd. KYDiiil, NICK LlX, and WILLS, Merccrs, AKE .this i\]erhod of acquainting _ their hri-i;.:t ^nd the PnMic, ii^r riiey intend, m ;i fev We-xs, to Ihut up il^^ old Ian in the C'loiiU-is, 1     rei:>:iv ^- u; uriy r.) rheir now oiu-5 a: the a iicrc Livlt^ite Luely itouv', Tune. ci\,h  :u.e>\ ami GjA Lt liver), tor the '/Vi .7 0/ (-jf^.rei icrmnhte ' 07: th Hit*b Seas w;thhi tie JaMJMllur. cf t>e^ Ad�:t rally of Lin? : 17: d* 11 in is held lae/day, ti e Did $tb Day l/u y ?r?xt, at yuftke LaL iv t>e c ij,i//y, Undm, >it Eijht otL\k in tU 'A^r-ni?. :tion^ thercwirh ; or loitering on the Rru; or nor, in all p tV.bk (.'^1*5, ronv e)'i:i^ ci;e ?�i a'Ur the Raic or Six inc-ifu:cd Mile* an i .our, Hull, on Con\iction, hcfoio one jn-ticc of the i'^^Cv.', I"-' icn.r ro the l-.ouf? of Correction for any Tin.e v.o: ^xexding One Yioiicli, nor kfs tJi^n FoufU-rn DiVS. Tha; any Poir-^oy, /n!�'}%  or in   CnmVi-iutioit  wuii   oth.er�3 11 n a. hilly  crJiccti;y5 j or co:tve)'iiig L e'ttrs, or lM'.iIij,^ rhe ume rJ be unlawiuhy co..\eye'.U .i ah, oj. tonv'ktion, !\-tr-re one Jm*ice of tin.* I'cacf, lor'ric Ten Snil-Iln^, to b,j y>*\k\ co       t:;\u*n.cr  (nr eu-ry Let ccr ib nnl.iAv; Ixv- col!e:t-jd^ conv.-.-e I, or deii-\ ei'cv). 11 tr.-: hoi is no: m.medwiy jnjd, (hull be In.c ro r!:e Home or" * on-c^rv-m lor j.jiy T 1 j;t* i,oc fvr.'l-din^'i'v. o Al T at all K:us or" I ttter, and yd ^crfe'.rnr*., nvMition^l m, t: i- lhali be t .iin in 6urhi.g Xdoi^;-\* 0 r" (3 re- ^     r.^i-�. 7be Rate efiab.'jled I) th*s A3 f'er the ?oH c \ [ i !� r. t Ph. S 1 uf ::f.n Gi'ne- a i. l^oaT-UFFuCE, June ^, r land pounds tQ be paidinio the Bank,of Tiie Jury brought ia ibsii v^rUiit Wilful 1 iLu by an Att f-#:d the laft St fan of tar-lutmthty fc lor alirnnt certain Rates of leftvee, u and for amer;dtrr.^ exp'ainwg- ay.d ehla>?rng letters /c/ao/. L  .'� >) h     t �',?>.-;c*'-:e J ram the Fi in � � JniyjKXi.   Ail *'Ac>- Rzgu.atis).^ k-*t*s   /t 1^. a^e.  la:) s   :-'e>.,:'t ri, an A   lirje/tutus mn'itioiicd. ccrut.oxe J rem the iciitn LU> 01 ^ ^ C�mm*nd cj the Pcft-m. -far Genet "'� i A>?TH, TODD, Sscreiary   

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