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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 2, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 5H78 From TUESDAY 2 to THURSDAY July 4 I765 [Price Two-pence Hall-pcni.y From rhe Lond��k Gazette. Hague, June 28. Y letters received from Loo, we learn rlv-it Wis Royal Highlitfs rhe Duke of York had had an interview with the Prince of O-range, 'At id after dinner was conducted to De venter by Prince Lewis of Frunfwick, in rhe Pu'nce of Orange's equi pas^s, and efcorred by his guards  and that all jnili ary honours hid heen paid ro him in that town: rh-dt his Roj^ai Hi^huefs relted lome hour?  ..it-Office fecmino- or dd}roying-aiiy.I*ffcr, K.-? or Mai! 0/ ter., containing any Hank i\me, #iJI, or other Paper, Writing, or Onitr tor .the Payment of Money ; or ilealm* out of any L>rtcr an v fuch RiJik Note, Bi'l, &c. on Cojivicfcioii, JhaJl fuf. fer Dj.Lth as a Felon. That any Per lb a ro* bum. a Mul, in any Place or m any Manner whatfoever. aMou^d It map nor a.^jvar that any o.ie u as pi: in Fear by iudi Rc,bl*ry, ihJj, on. Conviction, fuiiel Death as a felon. It is now ftron"!y  fnfp-fled  that many of *�y O^cer of rhe PoIt-Officemiffed rhe roHjcries of Diud\ Merchant ihips in the Channel, have been committed by French ftnug- to taxeu: Letters, and nxen e the Poifaiethereof em!*2zhng the Money received, .or deif roying ie (hire, of iooc I. per ar.num, of Sir John    g!er5' n;al^ of nhora luvin- becn offen l,rif�- tranfl-iri^n of the Right Rev. Father in God, Dodtor Richard Pococke, Pifhop of OfTory, to tranfla- the HilPoprick of Meath, void by th tionof the Right Rev. Father in Gcd, Doctor William Carmicbael, J re tfifhop thereof, to the Archbiftioprick of Du'din. The King lus btcn pleafed to order like letters for the p.'motion of Charles Dodgfon, Dodtor in Divinity, ro the Piiihoprick of Offory, void by the franflution of Dodlor Rich ird Poto. ke, latsBrtllop thereof, to the BiJioprick of Meath. BANKRUPT. Alexander parkhill, late of the Inner Temple, London, but now of the King's Hrnch pri-fon, in the cou;.ty of Surry, partner with George Akenhcad, of the iflaud of Jamaicj, Merchants, ot GuildhalJ, London, JuJy 8, 1    Aug. t 3. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors, Atfley, Barr. for 90,0c: 1. Tuefday rhe Company of S:aiioners made a tender of fifty pounds for tne relief .of the poor l~utfere;s by ihe fire at Ro.hcrhi:he. The Committee accquain.ied ;he MaRer, .that 1 hey were greatly obliged to tiiem, but tnai ihey had received a futH fudy fatiicieni to anlwer :htr lofi of the fuffcr^is. In the panlh of Sr. Mauin Lud'^a-e, ooe of the fmalleit in L,. -u  me collection amounted to 161. ^. 6d. A lailor wliu lodged at Mr. Goodall's, they ..re of a pale co- vvhofe houie was bu 1 n( by iu hie .'it Ko-therliiaie, had his elicit and deaths alfo burnt wiihtlie houfe, U) wtiicii ua- ei^u.ecn guineas, a thirty-fix ihi ding piec-j, a no fu^ne Ihilii.-g.1-, hiring his ad. A few dayj. lince lie fc-. ai3uut ci^ging the ruins, and had 1 lie good fun une to find deven of a he buine3^ ana^tik ; iiii-.y-fix lhiding piece, untouciicd or haft by ,:;e fla-nes, and alfo feveial of tile ihillings, buc they weie mel;ed or run down. ( Monday the body of an ancient man, well d:elfed in blue-grey cloaihs, wi.h lime foreign pieces of gold coin in his pockets, ners here during the late war, have learned to fpeak EngliGi fluemly and we hear the Channel cruizeis hai e rec-ived orLiers to keep a watchful eye over them. Several cunuerfeit half moidores ar"e  now circulating about rown  lour, but f mid  weJl   and tne T in  the port is inverted. Sunday afternoon Mrs. Steward, an elderly genrknvcni.tii, of St. MartinVlane, fnting on one M the benchci 111 St. James's P.r'r;, hnd her pocket, with its conreuts to rhe value of 5 1. conveyed aw .iy ' y a well dreikd lliarx1^ wli ^ feattd hiinfe-f ! y her. fiicy   write  from' Denbigh/hire in Nouh WVes, that a!)ont ri:re.- weeks .a2o a cow be longing to N.'r, Wiili.u^ Winghm, Ru'cher, of Hettws A'-er Rag of ctor� leg- ..s g-ud ^eli.-'y, diopr a Cdif whiti: h .d two he.ids, fcurvys, fur ears, two mouth?, two ton^urs, ad two iv-cks- the h;-dy and ufu.tl.    It live'tt Ir\'cril Jays t\?ti)ir a mr.nrh. A ciirious g-utreinari in that rjeigiJjour.nod ga\-e a guinea for the ikiti, in orJ-r m have irltufred and preferved. . July ^3.   Alt. 17 PoweJi, of Shrew/bury, in    u,ao iU 0vVn u? by the tide near the ilie-of the county of Salop, Linnen draper^ at Guild- . and u iup4 uied iu.b.-an officer be- haJl, London, Henry  W'ifiain  Markham, of the town of tsonhampton, in the county of Northamp- 1 l�nb;nb U) fvj.nc me-.cnaiK-lhip j  but no j J i ton   Scrivcmr, >it GnildhalJ, London. [This Atip. 5*. Thomas Laundy, late of St. Bitot's, Ui^iie county of Huntingdon, Ueakr and Chapman,' at the Falcon in St. \ear's. Gazette alfo contains a proclarnation for coiuiiumi^ as hitherto all Officers, both Civil and Military, in the forr of'Senegal, and its dependencies on the coalt of Africa, until bis Ma-jetty's pleafure bj further knovvn con-cetumg the fame.J L   ON   D   o   N. It is confidently reported that filfeial al- papcis wcie found about liim, tiiat might lead to a difcoveiy who he was. On Sunday night, at eight o'clock, ihe tide in the river was fo low, Wia, itie ferry, from Someifet-itaiib* toCupei^-bw'dgt ct�uld not cany over paffenger?, the tide iiaving left the fand.-banks en.nely ba;e : a circum ftance not known fur many years pa ft. Ttiurfday night the work-fhop of Mr. i Richard I'nlotfon, haaer, in HammonV i court, in the Hay-market, was broke'into [ and lubbed of Ui.ee dozt;n of laced and Gi'me ."^TrjPobT-OrFict:, June 3^ r 76j. PUB LICK Ny?;: h hereby given, That by an AH p.�Jj\i tie Lift SeffioTi cf Var> Uamer.t) " For ait r tertair: Rates of Vcftape, ^ and for am*Kdth;>) cxpfai;:i>:gy ar.d enlarpiy.g " federal kw-jLus w tie. Atr cf the Mr.th of .Queen    ji c, and other Acis..reLitixj to .t^e T. at . e t     h twren* London ana any i}ot< the I etters; or any Officer advajy'ing the Kates 0:1 Letters, and not acc\ tinting for the advanced Poftage, ihaJ], 011 Co:n ichoii, be deemed guilty of FcJony. That any Vai{ Roy having a Mail or R: letters under hisCaiv^ dcf-nin^ the fan e bc.^,^ his Arrival at the ucJft btage; or'ftifierin^ any other l^rfoji to ride on the Horfe or Carriage along therewith ; or loiuim� on the Road; or nor, in ail prffibL- Cafe?,  ;ve)eJ, ihitil, on Convidlipu^ '.tiore one juitice of the Peace, forfeit Ten Sl\iU .ui^, to be pa;d to the Li former for every Let-tvr fo iinlau n 11 y collected^ cojiveyed^ or deri* vered. Aiul if die Forfeiture is nOr hr.mediately p-id, ih::ll Le fea t fo the houie of (^rrcction, for any TLr.e iiOt exceeding Two M^nths^ nof Iwms ti-.a:. One Mo-nii. Ti^at all Rates of I/etter*3 and all ForfeitVirWj mcntioj.cU in ti is Act ih.aii be paid 1:: Sterling lie R.uej effiiliijbed l-y this Aci fcr the Pert of Lette>s Letd'fe?i '� ;.don ar;d j ...n /> r;-.ii ; fixi � the L'tHttathii of tle li'ohht c* Packets t: be fent by the Perry i^-JK c;m-:i rce Shillings,, the Ounce t 4 'r^hiliiu^s. � - Tna* ;Jetters, hy *:ra, from any on? Port to any ot eV 1 ' onhJe Kight Peiice, TrVhle Lj>ne St.iJhijg, the Ounce One Shilling jaaid Fou^P'.-iv.e. That Letters, hy Land, *o or from any Chief Poft-Olricc u\.America from or co any Part thereof not .oxcefcdin,. Six.y Allies from Inch Chief Pqlt-Oiliu-., or ironi titc Office wherefuch Lerrers, not ju/hn^ throni^Ii a Chief Office, may be put lit, ih^il pay � Single tour Penos:, Double Eight Pence, Treble*One Shilling, the Ounce One Shihing and Four Pence. And being upwards of Sixty, and not exceeding One Hun- ,  i 1 _,,*/-     . ,   ,    dr. d Miles vvunui the fau\ Domiiiio. s, ihall pay imasmedjhjy would haVe fa 1 ed a great deal    SinK;c SiX Pcr.ce, Double One ShiJiing. Preble Tuefday morning Thomas Sanxiell and j Welch, tf-ji to New^a;e, foi puifuir.g ivyo cyun.iymen fum St. Liileo's imo Lincoln's* Inn-fields, wiieie they aiiauitedk beat, and bruifed them, in a leirible mannei 5 and That 1 July i>, 1767. NOTICE is herein- ill ven, Stffi-m of Oyer and Trrrar.ew ard Gaol Delivery, ^ or the rri.it of i.l-'c^ej committed on the lliyh Seas within the cfnnfditiiun ot' tU Admt-ra'ty of Enati'.ud. -zvii' he held .on Tuefday, tl# Cjth Day ot Juy next, ai Jvfthc Hal, ft: tee Old Bady, Uncim^ at ILiphl � Clock in tl t Mc rn. i*3tePft^Ns, t 4 4 I I more belon^in^ woi le.   Tueie were tlwe to the fame ^ang, v/ho a:e well known, and after whom the Jtiicieit ft-atcii is uiak- Cha:lwood attended at Gaildnail, to give their anfwer whether they *ould take on ' ing.- This fcems to be a ne^ method, lately them the office of She; iris of ihis'eiiy and j put in practice, by the many lharpers who county- for the year .enfuing, bur iheie not j nightly infeft the envi;ons of this mciropa- being a fufficient number of Aldermen to j ]js � and the Magiitiaies are de eru-iiried to make a Court, it wa* adjouined to next | give a proper check to thi^ fcheme while in Shillings. f K 4 Tuefday. His Majefty has been pjeafed to appoint Thomas SUae and John'Williams, Lfqrsj to to be Surveyors of the Navy, its infancy. On Monday the Recorder's warrant was fent to Newgate fur uie difcharge of Capt. William Le.vis, who was iait feilions con-His Majetty has alfo appointed Philip^ | victed ro be tranfpoited for 14 years, for re- 1 t Cade, Efq; to be Pay-mailer to the band of Gentleman penfioners. Considerable orders are* come over from Jamaica for Nal.keens ar.d other tine India piece-goods, proper for the C 'alt and Main trade in theSpanjfh Weft Indies Tuefday William Wolfeley, Efq- eldeft fon of Sir William Wolfeley, Bart. ofStaf- i t fordfbire,  was married to iMifs Chambers,    4,  �  , D ..cw;^m^^^   :,c....... 9    Admiralty. ceiving a barrel of piicti and tar, knowing it to be ftolen, ArTICLES^/InTELLIGEKCE, from the Postscripts of all the livening Papers of laft Tuefday, Whatever alterations may be made in the Mi-niftry, we are now allured the Right,Hon. the Ear] of Egmom'will remain Firit Lord of the of Wimbledoo, in Suny We hear that a great perfonage went Jafl Sa- Sunday laflrdied, arhis houfe in Caflle-    �   \    V  ^-^.Y^^^ - - - rA   u/ik^   ka\   r.r^., _______u�   I tnrday afternoon incog, to Claremonr,m Snrry,- yard, Holborn, Mr. Jufeph Stannynought, Attorney at Law.       V Monday died, at his houfe ia Duke ftrest, Mr. Thomas-Philips, Paviour to his Ma-jefty's Palaces. On Monday died, at his houfe in Prih-cefs-fquare,  near Wellclofe- fouare.  Mr. \vl�ere lw flaid i^eartwo hours : alter which he CT near Weilclofe- fquare, Paul Gay, an eminent Sugar-baker and Refiner. On Monday night -the remains of William Dickeflfon, Efq*> aged 2 5,-weie brought from his houfe on tpping foreft, and after lyfngin ftate, -were interred with great fu-eral pomp in the family vault at St. Mar- I xhan a mouth pait, been io frequently felc there. returned to Richmond. We hear that great intereft is already makin in fome counties in England for Members of Parliament, on a fuppoiirion that  feveral of their prefent Rcjirefentarives will be called up to the Houfe of Peers before the behinning of the next k-flion. A French merchant at SafTy has ngieed for the redemption of 81 of his countrymeji from fia-very, at the rate of 700 pialires for eacii. By letters from Lilbon there is aduce, thaT fli^ln ftiocks of earthquakes have, ior more tin Vintry, College*hiM, where the deceafed\ father and mother were butied about ten onths ago, both of them having died in one day. By a l)ers have retirrd into the couihry. 1 ; The Lord Clive ludiaimui hath hnried .yS.of their banJs hnte they lef;  England, among tain One ahUlurg and Six Pence, the Ounce Two And bein^ u wards of One Hundred, and nor exceeding Two Hundral Miles within rhe fai 1 Dominions, fhaj] (*ay Single fcii^ht -l'cnce, Double Ojie Shilling and hour l;euce, Treble Tu o Sliilling?, the.Ouuce Two Sliillmgs ai.Kii^iit Pence. Aj;d for eveiy DiRance not McecCuig One Hundred MUes above inch Tuo Hun nrU, and f �r every fuch further Diltance within the fii 1 Domhijo':*, fba]] pay Single Tu-o%Pejice, Double Four Pence, Treble 6ix Pence, thr Otuice Eight Pence. That no Veifel ihall t>e permitted to break J^uikj or make Entry in any Port within the Britijh i)omi liionSj where Polls are or may be eitabliihed, tuitil aJl Letters on board are delivered to the l\>itmalter of fuch Port (tie paying the Btin^er One Ptimy for each 1 erter)robe-forwarded according to tneii refpeftive Directions, exevj^t fnch as are excepted by "the Ati of the iNuithoi Queen Arme\ and fuch as may be brought by Veifcrls lkble_to Quarentuie, wt.rch Ja(t are to be delivered to the Perfons fuperin-tendii.g tlie Quarenf iiie, lor proper Care, brfore thty arc forv\ arded by rJie Polt. And that all Malters, Marin^js, Paffriigers, &c. ne^ledting to deliver the"Lctters as aforeiaid, ihall for every Nigltdt foriiit Tweury Pounds. Tlut t;ie Poifma/ter lhall rake for every Letter brought by inch Ve(TeI, for any Place within hr* Deli1, cry, One Penny, above t..e Penny paid to me Ma'iei or other Perfon Jor tlte l'a^ne. That Letter: conveyed in Great Britain and Ireland, not exceeding one Stage, ihall pay Single One Penny, Donltie Two Ptn'.e, Tieble Threepence, rhe Ou:.cc Four Penc^. And in England, nhove ore i'.nd not exceeding tv. 6 Stages, Smgie Two Pence, Don' le Four Pence, TjenleSix Pence, th.e Ounce Ei^ht Pence j but th^fe Rate? are r:^r .to a He-1: ti'.c Penny- Poit. That Letter: juih.nt$hc:u zzi^Eneland and Ire-land, through Carhjlp.y Lav;friesf Pert latrick, and Donaghadee, ihall ^ay ti-.e fame Raus of Englijb, Scotch^ Irijb, and Packet Poi;a_e, according to cue uiftance or N.ujr.her .of Suites they aie conveyed in e^ch Kingdom, as are fettled by the A it of ihe Ninth of Queen AhVt^ or by this Art. That ao Packer exceeding the Weight of Four Ounces lhall be fenr 1/ ihePenny-P k\ \ nnlehco-miJU^from5cr pitfli.tli^r^by to ? heicneral Po'.t. That 1 vxtcrs pa/lui'g bervv^-u l^ondon and Ham-hurgh ihalL ]^ay as 1 rtrers ix*tv\ ten LiWeen heard of iince- if Jiving, is-deliretl to come to his Brother? where he may beceruiniy informed ot fomethmg for his prefent Benefits or it^ny Ihrfon of Reputation caii give Information it 1 he fai-] Seymour Travers be hvit>  cyr dead, Hull be fuitai.;y rewarJed by his Brorhcr Joini Travers, Chafer, in th-- ^un an;: i^UcI Wa)*3 Clian;bers-Srre;r, Goodman's-Fie\U  or maj' be. fpoke with any MorKii;^ Me FJalt-Indu Coiu.iiug-hoiife in Setuhny lme near T.v.ver hill.___1__V At  W � N M A N"and Co*s-* Vaults and Warehoufes, under'and near the Royal Exchan^Cj AR R A C K, at 1 z s. or 6d. p^r Gallon Advance on live [n*!u Cor.ij-anv'i v5.1l" J A M A 1 C A   R U M, or -n-ac'-A-e V;:d Strength (Puce accordingly:)-Ar.d very Old, and hne 1-Javour, ly rhe Pun-! cheon at 8s. 9J. firalkr Qnuuities at 9 s, ;ier Gallon. The be ft C O N I AC BRAND Y, of ^reaC A.ue .and Strei:K-.h i'.Vve accordingly.)-^Ar.d very Old, :Lron� Proo\ and fine rl..vour, by ihe i'l ceoi-Pi,::c!-.-or, .:9s, 3d. fnuJJcr Qiiau-tities args. 6d. iler Gallon. i 'To be tad:-d at the above -Wzrehouks. i>ire:t co CKaRUc.S VV;;NM,vN an> Co. Kova! r.ic .tiv.^ \ ar.d-they inaJl h:- deiive^d ui or Jtear .iowji (o;.e CuTx�\ cc u;-.var,:.) Carnage 'ree. R U M and � R A N D Y, imported and fold on theC u:*6m houfj C2jiay, !,u the Piece or i'un-cheon or:ly, ar the li^Ai Vrich, 1 Very old and exVecd�u� Hiie I OPT, ]\IOLTN-"AIN ar.d LISiON^WJ.olefi!?, or ac iH s. t�r >"ozen.---^or prefent AJoneyoniy. Calks HoniL?, iec. 10 paid tox> which ihaJi be aJlow'd svli*u r�tiUi.7U, T   

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