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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 29, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. $8jf From SATURDAY Jun 29 to TUESDAY July 2> 1765 [Price Two-pence Half-pehn)f JFrom the Losdoh 3azette% Berlin^ June 18. Few days ago Baron Xnyphaufen, formerly Miniiler from the King of PrulHa in England was  uaroed   Firft Cainmiflary forEr-traordinary Commercial Affairs. Hague^ June ay. His Royal Highnefs the Bukeof Yari left Utredir this morning at four o'clock, iaperfefthealrh, arid intended to l>e at Loo by one in the afternoon, where he was to dine with the Prince of Orange, and to continue his jonrney towards Haaover in the evening, where it is imagined he will arrive 03 Friday neit. Prince lewis of Brunfwick (sfce irotn Loo to Utrecht kit nighr, ro meet- anded by the Earl of Albermaile, in the room of Capt. Richard Ward, who retires. Capt. Lieut. Thomas Trigge, to be Capt. in the izth regiment of foot* commanded by Lieut. Gen. Napier, in the rcom of Cape. Hugh Montgomery, who retires. Major William Dalryraple, to be Lieutenant Col. to-the 14th regiment of foot, commanded by Major Gen. Keppell, in the room of Lieut. Col. William Napier, who retires. Alexander Mac Kenzie, Gent, robe Barrack Mafter tothegarrfons at Crown-Point and Ticconderago, in jSforih-America. Capt. Lieut. Robert Cay, to be Capt. in the 6th regiment of foot, commanded by Major General Rufane, in the room of Cape. George Forfter, who retires. Lieut. Col. William Taylor, of the 6th regiment of foot, to be Aid de Camp ro his Majefty, with the rank of Colonel of foot machine which the boat was fixed to by a } wahij ^/ Sixty, and nor exceeding One Hun- Lorg- Temple, th fciajtoyal Hidmcfi,-and after fupper returned    jniheaimy. in the room of Major General to Loo. His RoyaJ Highnefs was highly pleafed with hit progrefs from the Hague ro Utrechr, by JLeydena Haerlem, and Amfrerdam ; and was pkafed to accept an entertainment on Sunday laft, on board the yacht of the Admiralty ,of Atnfferdam, which conducted him ro and from Saardarii. The river was covered with a prodigious number of boats which accompanied bis Royal Highne/s's yacht, and whim rornied rbe moft agreeable ilghr it ispoilibl:- m imagine. His Royal Highnefs has been pieafed to exprefs his entire fatisfadlinn with his reception here. The King has been Whitehall,  June pJeafed to appoint William Gordon, Efq; En-*oy Extraordinary to the court of Denmark. BANKRUPT, Thomas Miller, of Jttewgare-flreet, London, HoGer, at Guildhall, July 3, 6, and Au-gnft 10. dividends to be made to Creditors. July 15.   Thomas Plant, of Fenchurch-ftreer, 111 the pariftx of Catherine Coleman, London, Victualler, at Guildhall. Auguft6.   James Khk, of Monk Weirraouth, in the county of Durham, Grocer, at Guild. haJl, London, Certificate to be allowed. July ao.   Piiilip Withers, of the parifli of Weftbury, in the county of Wilts, Dyer. Charles Vernon, preferred. Sub Brigadier and Comet John Sivri^ht, to be Brigadier and Lieutenant in the 2d troop of horfe-guards, commanded by Lord Cadogan, in the room of Brigadier and Lieur. Robert Hind, who retires. Capt. John Small, from half-pay, to be Captain in the z t It regimeiu of fooi, commanded by the Earl of Panmure, in the room of Capt. Duncan Campbell, who retires upon half-pay. Enfign Thomas Byron to be Lieutenant in foot guaids, wiih the third nila, four regiment of rank of Captain of foot in the army, in the room of Cape. Thomas Pennington, preferred. Lieut. Samuel Steel, from half pay, to be Lieut, in the thirty-fourth regiment of foot, commanded by Lord Fredeiick Cavendiih, in the room of Lieut. Jonathan Hail, de-celled* The Rev. William Winder, Clerk, to be Chaplain to the 6th regiment of foot, commanded by Sir Jeffery Amherft, in the room of the Rev.-Thomas who re- figns. Barry, Gent, to be furgeon to the 70th regiment of foot, commanded by I mine rope, and which was to go 25 miles in the hour. The wager was loit by fome part of the tackle breaking. The experiment was uied*he day befoie, and performed wuhin the rime. Articles ^/Intelligence, &c. from th Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Saturday. Hg Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumbeilaud, Right Hon, Mr. Pur, and fhL-^ight Hon. Mr. Granville, had a long conference together on Wednefday Lit. We hear Mr. Pitt is building a very fine feat on rLe efhtte left him by rhe late Sir William Pynfent, in honour to the memory of his patri-.oripjlfeuefaiflnr. iK*ner Falckj of Falmouth, Conful General from the Court of Denmark for ihe Britifli Channel, 15, alio appointed Conful General for the Efiftol Ciunnel. Extract of a letter frcm Stafford/hire. cc At a late cledti^n, purfesof 20 guineas ca-fuaJJy became the property of the /-Jur-gcncs on Ihaling hands. One of thefe purfes was paid a valuable confideruion for bsing fhaved, but the Hulcr pjuied, looked tmfarisfied, and Teeming to think his labour was not fufikiently rewarded, faid, c Sir, I am become a man ot c confluence, and was this mailing betrer paid c as a Tonfor.' c Why then (laid the 'Squire) c fliave me ever again, and I'JI concent thee.* A nor her great nun in rhis country has a charitable regard for fome Hurgeffes of his neigh* bourhood, and has ordered that they fluil receive 5-1. on their bond, bearing inrerefl: fom the day they are loofed from their apprentice* (hip." On.Thurfday the 20th infranr, a match was run over Middleham moor OKI Courie, in i"ork-(hire, between Capt, Dupont's bay mare Ma- dred Miles within the faid Dominiors, iluJJ par Single Six Pence, Double One Shilling, 'f reble Ojie SliiJiing and Siic Pence, the Omice Two Shillings. And being u, wards of One Hundred, and not ejeceedin^ Two Hundred Miles within the laid Dominions, ihall pay Single Eight Pence, Double One Shilling and rour Peace, Treble Two Shilling?, the Ounce Two Shillings and Kight Pence. And for every Diftance not exceeding One Hundred Miles ai>ove fuch Two Hun.'ixd, and Uv every luch further Ditrance within the Liu Dominions, ihall juy Single* Two Pence, Double four Pence, Treble Six Pence, the Ounce F.ipht Pence. That no VeiTei ihall be permitted ro break Hulk, or make Kniry in any Port within the BvitJjh Dominions, where Pofts are or may be eitabiiihed, until all Letters on board are delivered to the Poitmaiter of fuoh Pore (he paying the Hiinger One Penny for each Letter) to be forw arded according: to ti.eii refnedtive Direc- years old, fourteen hands an inch inch, carrying 11 The mare won (he and a Jialf high, and Mr. Janfon/s Jiefnnr Gelding, fifteen hands and one ftone each, for ?o guineas, match (though the odds were fix to four agdinll her before ftarting) to the great dn'appoiium.nc of the Knowing Ones. Whenever the power of c lie Nobles, in any country whatever, is feen beginning to under- or overbear the coniiitutional power of LONDON. Sunday rhe Rev. Dr. Browne preached before his Majelty at the Chapel Royal; Lord Bolingbroke carried the bword of State. Same day in the afternoon their Majef-ties paid a vifit to her Royal Highnefs the Princefi Dowager of Wales at Cailion-houfe, where Uiey dined, and afterwards fet out for Richmond. On Saturday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland paid a vilit to thej'r Majefties at Richmond, and in the afternoon returned to his feat at Wjndlbr. On Friday in the afternoon, and not before, the Right Hon. tail Temple fet out fioxn his houfe in Fall-Mall, for his feat at Stowe in Bucks, On Saturday the Right Hon. the Earl of Bi irtol fet out from his houfe in St. James's Jfquare for his feat in Suffolk. . Same day the Right Hon. the Earl of Orrery fet out from his houfe in Great George-llreet, Weftminlter, with his Lady and family, for their feat at Mai iton in So- meifeiihire. Same day the Right Hon. the Lord Gower Major Geneial Cyrus Trapaud, in the room of Suigeon Thomas Yeavely deceafed. the people, invade their rights, or by arbitrary proceedings endanger their individual fecurity. 1 i Capt. Lieut. William Maxwell,   from | then it may with certainty be pronounced, the balance of conftitutiouJ power in that flate is become in danger of being broke j and if right means to reflore and fecure it are not fpeedily and effefluaUy applied, the evil will increafa beyond the reach of all remedies, unlefs fuch as will be likely to prove terrible in their na- and uncertain in their iffues, even fuch half pay, to be Capt. in the 64th regiment of fooi, commanded by the Hon. Major General George Gary, in the room of Capt. John Maxwell, who retires on Capt. Lieutenant's half pay. Lntign William Bard, from half pay, to be Lnfign in the zjtli regiment of foot, commanded by Col. Fletcher, in the room of Enlign James Lundin, preferred. George Hutchinfon, Gent, to be Adjutant to the 4th regiment of foot, commanded by the Hon. Col. Brudenell, in the room of Adjutant William Henderfon, preferred. Htdox Hutchinfon, Gent, to be Quarter Mailer to the fame regiment, in the room of Capt. Robert Paul, who refigns. En(ign Thomas Innes, to be Lieutenant in the 43d regiment of foot, commanded by ihe Hon. Lieut. Gen. Bennett Noel, in the room of Lieut. Trover Hall, preferred. Lieur. Charles Phillips, to be Capt. Lieutenant to the 54th regiment of foot, commanded by Major Gen. Parilow, in the room of Capt. Lieut. Thomas Bund, deceafed. William Cotton, Gent, to be Enfign in Lrge fet out from his houfe in Ailmgton-ftreet, ( the 3lit regiment of foot, commanded by Lieut Gen. John Griffin, in the room of tures, as may appear much too dreadful to be hazarded, fo all freedom will become lolt. They write from Paris, tluc a very fum of money, remit red home by one of their Weft-India Governors, has been ftopr, on a charge fent over that the fame had been extorted from rhe Xing's ful>je  Tl^at i ettrrs \\-wstt\\ London and any Pore tions, except fuch as are excepted by the Aft of tlu iS'inch of Qiiecn t\ytnt\ and h\d\ as may be br.)t:ghc !y \*cill-]s Ji.tbJe to QiiarenniK*, vvi.icli lalt are to be delivered to the I'e:I'diis fuperin-tending the QuaiCiuine, tor pro;\:r Care, before they are forwarded by the Volt And tliac all Matters, Marines, S*?. HC^fectin^ to deliver the Leaers as afor.-uid, dull tor every Nczjttl rbrk-ir Tuei/y Potuids. Tliat the IViihn.after fliall cake for every Letter lirou^ht by hut: VctTel, for any Place withm hv Dc'n cry, One Penny, above n e Penny t>aa) to tt.e Mailer or other P.*Mon ;or rhe fan c That letter- conveyed in Gre.it Britain and Ireland^ nor exceeding one Sca^e, lhaJi [ et\veen London a d I'um-burgh ilia 11 pay as J..etrers between L.-ndon and ail otner Parts ol Germany  uz Sm^F- One Si-i'i hug, Double Two SlumJu, Treble J nr.tr Si.il-ling?, the Ounce Four Shillings. Thar any Officer of the Pclt-Ofhce fei rering or Jeitroymg any Letter, Bag, or Mai. oi I ec-cers, conrainiug any Hank Nocc, BiU, or oib-r Paper, Writing, or Order for the; Payment of Money 4 or Healing out of any Lettei any Tuch Bank Note, Bill, &>c, on Couvidliou, iliJl hif- fer Death as a Pblon, That any Perfon ro! bing a Mail, in any Place or in any Maimer whatsoever, although it may not appear that any one was put in fear by fuch Robbery, ihihy on Convidiion, fuller Death as a Felon. That any O/ricer of the Port-Office, entrufled to take in Letters, and receive the Poita^e thereof, embezzling the Money received, or deftroying the Letters; or any Orlicer advancing the Kates on Letters, and not accounting for the advanced PoRag-5, fhah, on Coin iftioii, be deemed guilty of Felouyf. TJ:at any Poft Roy hav ing a Mail or Bj^ of Letters under liisCare, deferring the fan e before his Arrival at the nextSrage; or fuiieriug any other Perfon ro ride on the Horfe 0/ Carriage along therewith ; or loitering on the Road; or not, in all pmlibie Cafe?, conveying the Mail alter the Rate of Six meafured Miiesan Hour, UiaJI, on Conviftion, before one Juitice of rhe Peace, be lent to the Houle of Corrediion for any Time not exceeding One Month, nor iefs than Fourteen Days. That any Polt-Hoy, fmgly, or in Combination  with   others, unlawfully  colleftingj or conveying Letrtrs, or caufing the lame to l�e unJawfuJly conveyeJ, ihalJ, on Conviction, before one juitice of the Peace, forfeit Ten Shil* lings, to be paid co the Informer, for every Letter fo unlawfully collected, conveyed, or delir vered. And. if the Forfeiture i*, not immediately \)d id, fhall be fenc ro the hi onto of Correction, for any Time roc exceeding Two Months, nox lefs than Ojie Month, j     Tl.at all Rates of Letter?, and all Forfeiture, � mentioned in rhis Act fliaJl Le piJ 111 Sterling Money of Greac Hritai i. The Rates e/Liblijhed ly this dB for the Port of Letters between London and f-Umbnrih ; and the Limitation of the Weight of Packets to be fent by the Penny Pep, commence from the Fitch of July next. All other Regulations^ Rates of Toft* age. Pains,  Penalties, and  Forfeitures before^ mentioned, continence from the Tench Day oi October next. m By Command cf the ?c]t-mafter Genera/, A nth. Todd, Secretary. it horn, laft from Sraneate Creek, came on    wirhm the Britijh Dominionsjiu America, (ui Q^Jh,,, - U�r mnnrino, in       rlv.r which all Hx^ftWyhtVefi India IiUndsare in- Saturday to her moorings in ihe river. On Friday night the Lady of the Hon. received his diploma of Dettor in Divinity, J John Bentinck, Lfq;  Member for Rye in from the Univerfiry of Gottengen, in con-   " ^ � .   ,        .        j...., ^deration of his unwearied endeavours in Suliex, was fafely delivered of a daughter at his houfe in Harley-itreet, Cavendiih- afTrftirrg and attending the poor deferted Ger- _ .an emigrants. His Majefty has been pieafed to confti- tute and appoint Cornet Argyll Dalrymple, to be Lieutenant in the firft regiment of dragoon guards, commanded by Lieur. Gen. Moftyn, in the room of Lieut* Clifton. Lieut* TlromasMellfeSj to be Capt. Lieu- tenant to the 3d regimeni of dragoons, com- fquare. On Friday died  in  Duke-ftreet,   St. James's, Mr. Hefford, Plaillerer to his Ma-jefty's palace ar Kenfington. On Satuiday laft the wager of 1000 guineas depending between two noble Veers was decided in a field behind Jenny's Whim near Chelfca-bridge, where a canal was dug I for a boat 10 be drawn by a horfe turning a 1 0;i� Shilling eluded) Ihall pay. Single One Shilling, Double Two Shilling /Treble Three Shillmgs, the Ounce four Shillings. That Letters, by S*a, from any one Port to any other Port within the faid Dominions, ihaJl nay Single Four Pence, Double Eight Pence, Ticble One Shilling, the Ounce One Shilling and Four Pence. That I euers5 by Land, to or from any Chief Polt-Office in America, from or to any Part thereof not exceeding Sixty Miles from fuch Chief Poit-Office, or from the Office where fuch Letrers,-not palling through a Chief Office, may be put in, ihall pay Single Four Pence, Double Eight Pence, Treble One Shilling, the Ounce Om Shilling wid Four Pence,   Anu -emg ADMlKALTY   OFFiCt. July i>, fToj- NOTICE is hereby given, That, d Seffion of Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery, for the Trial of Offences committed on Htei Seas within the furtfaidion of the Admiralty of England, wilt be held on lutfday, m QtbDay of ^yuly next, at Juftice Wall m the OM Baily, London, at Eight oCh-k tn tr^e Morn**?. J Ph. Stephens; RYDER, NICKLIN, and \\ :LKj mercf.r5, TAKE this Method of acquainting their friends and the Pubnc, i/utftucy intend, in a tew Vecks, 10 ihut up tl*ir HU Shop, at the Indian Qc e e s in the Cloitt.rrSi and to remo/e intirely to their new one, a> ttie Indian Qj: ken, where Ludgate Utely itoou, that, 11 the mean Time, tneir old StocA and will b fell oit'she
                            

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