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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 6, 1765, London, Middlesex                                r i vcn Numb. 5880 v rom SATURDAY July to TUESDAY July 1765 [Price Two-pence Hail pern y From ?he London Gazette% Copenha jerij June 25. W O China, fhips, the Prince Royal and Prince Frede- ricJ^aune fife into this road on the 20th inftant j having both fee fail "JiV*rv5    from  Canroii   the from Canton orb of December 2, The'Vnrrliern null brought the a^rer..l Jc new*, eh-c hisR^y-d Hii^hnefs rn*- Dnkc ot rh thrived f.ifc at H*noi-tr-on the evuiiii^ ot riie 2hth jvdt. 5 . James's* Jul; ?.    Ki m the so-\-n\ and was carried home by fume of his neighbours ; who, on emeung the hoi:fe, difco-vsrjd his wife, and his child about five year? old, dead on the Soor, with their tin oats The man, who it aftei wanSsap^eareGl fwailowed a quaniity of arfenic, expired the fame night. The poor unfortunate woman waa far gone wi.it child. They write from Annapolis in Maryland, that on the 16th of April Ja!t, one Hubbart, a convict fervant-man nanf^uit d Atom England, was committed to gaol kt tlie murder of hio mailer, Mr. James rioad, by frabbing him. On Saturday ni^ht two f.nugglers on horfeback were, on information upon < aih, J^r-nSiWt M, Kf�- rebgned; Ul'U.-mOxford, Ch-rx of the p,ye n;id;rs, to n�e hrillo! road; cul Join-    -U erter/Ef.]; -ppoir.tcd CJcrJc of rb-j V.y.-ni^! .s A dJieiuio?: having arife/i berv\'een the pre-Kmu p.i'un-.i of ( o'.ent-Uarden houfe (w Jin *ie the wife and cli.J/.rcn  of cur. had '"v"7     BAN KJtJJ P T C Y fuperfeied. U'illiam Steers and Thomas Rnflcll, lare of Whitecrois-ftrcet, London, Haberdaflicrs aa:d partner*, at Guildhall, Aug- 14, BANKRUPTS rtqulrri to [urrender. Robert Parkinfon, now or bite of Clic.erow, in the counry of Luncaiter, Shop ke.per ajid liintii*draper, at the Rlack Bull  inn in � BlackUtme, July 31, Aug. 1, and at the SwaiMiui in Clidrrow, Aug. 17. John Barnham, now or Mate of Brentford, in . the coturry tif 34iddJefex, VidtuaiJer and Inn-holder, at GuIidhaJl, London, July 12, 15, Aug. 17.        * DIVIDENDS to be made U Creditors. July :*7�   Abraham Johns, of Gieapfide, London, Linnen-draper. at ^uildhall. JiiJy 29. Jofeph Hill, lace of" 'London, but now of �  moie# We a;e juit now infomied thai this commotion has been ap pea fed : however, a man of war and a frigate, with 300 grenadiers of the new regiments, are failed from Copenhagen for Bergen, and Vice Admiral Romiing, wi h two other per funs uf the Civil Lit}, are embaikcd on board Uiefe velfels, in order to for m a commhlion, which is to enquire imo tnefe proceedings, and give an account thereof to his Majelry. They write from Holland, that a tender from the Hening Fiiheiy tf Mu-tland, arn-ved 1 he ^oili patt in the Maes, with Jz i-half barrels of the hrit caught herrings, hind them their Ivrfeo and faddle bag.-, in \vhicli   ere feveial pieces of India u\k>. Satuicay a driver of a coal-cart was con-viftcd at tne Public Oifice in Bow-flieer, before Major Spinnage, ard fined 21s. for oSitirtaiely and u -.lawfully rcfuliiigx(whcn einpty) to turn sfide and make uay for a tfte larc Air. Rich) \\\?y hiv- loikc m a rrTolu ion to difj^f? o* ihe Tt'Cane. r. � \\'ooV.ward, joined by fome AierJi.ti rs of * lie ci*y, h.ue ofitred yo,o ol. Inn the price demanded is 60. When iV�r. Richy o�-c y;ars x^n^ w^5i" treaty with .V r. hcnrxl Pl.ornton, for the fAJc and ptnehaf? of this n.earre, the price agrc-d nprn was 22,0:0b Thuriday l.ilt a ynun^ lulj-, of grtut family ill fortune, wuir ort witn � waiter I-ciojjging ;o -au inn at fie ci\\ of the rown : ihe n.s tdken jewels, 6c . with her to a eonhd'.-r.tlls value.    lr is h^hev     rhey axz �one for Scoi laud. Tlirre is now In in"   At *i \ illage neai the ifle of Thau?r, in Kcjit, our John Woodbridge, a IM^ugiun.^^, in in: io^tli y-ar ot 1j5 agr, and ;s able to t!o ci^l r hours buJoi.-s in a day. Finn Jjluich we are iu'ormed, ilut they h.ive hid tit..r plenty '� f ran ,ti niu nrigw'- i,r-hood, and th.it :h.j corn chtrreaboMs hok^d rc-mnrk.i'iy well ienil^mnn\s ca;ria^ in BerkLy-ltrcec, in . Geo::;e, Hanover-fquaie. 5tis limped, iliac will at leiit die patifn of An example frrve as a cauuon to fome of the peiiuns employed in conducting carts, cars, cbls in tins   mct'O ;} oils, w.iil n the U\ il of fcvi-re people la .vs (n'.'tA i:hitandiivt prov:d.d tor tlieir mifcor.duct, and the lar-ticular pairs la cly raken to make fnch laws known to them) too frequently offend a- Sun-Fire-OiKce, July 6, i;6j. OTICh ^ h r.'M, i iven, \o :s � L/.^.. ,.d tixill be pi id the Prop* ietors cf ibis Ojfice^ on Wedr.efdus the lyb --jian^ bct^e-n the llntrs of Eleven and T^to^ and on every Wtd-nelda y f-:/!o 1 vi//�, at ile fid rcurs^ f i jaid 1 T a'General Meeting this fecond Day nf July,        . at t: e T >\ t Crshes atLeke'ter^ purfu nit to public AJ'j?*t lemer.t i* *..... - - ;:r;i//> agreed, by tlr Til*ct:rs of t]: Lenfjter 0 novnr.a-t?. -vj.f.i * 4 It e Bcr it?i- of es     "c-.   :,t the ' endi iat* Ucrwer or Le> ejtcr in ! Rc3M vL' their tat*  Aug. 3.   Jofeph Duncan, hte of Birmingham, | 2j I.|ia|f barrels cf which weie fold that ( gain it h.ra, and of en endanger .Ut lives of 'in the,county of Warwick, Dealer, at the .New Ifuvw-Xeeds, York (hire. * --- w ^ day, from 260 to ijo floiins the barrel, a-     uis Maj-:liy's fubjects. Aug. bout z] 1. to 111. ileiling , and rU re- ^icbard Leckrnby, hre of Great I ' 1? were fuldthe da/following, all On batu d.:v a Publican of thisciiy was Eccleitpn^ in the connry of Laucafter, Dealer in Male, at the Sun inPreffon. Certificate to be allowed. July 27.   Thornj* HiHman, of'Well Smith-field, London, Lin!:e�-dra\jer#. fummuned bef- v. I ^1 the Lord-Ma> or, fur fuf- yaio, and paid the udt,    Srvejai 4 m \\M To   the   PRINTER. SIR, fering lltiitle-phyin tile penalty directed 6y Publicans woe h"ed ialt wteK for the lame olience, Iveiy PuLiiican who fuliers gaming of a:)} kind, fui feitb for ;!ie firit olfence 4^ s. and for the fecund 10 1. CARMARTHEN CIRCUIT. l.y. Efj\ de f Scutch pavi-ours uill be kept i:i coniinual employ afer 1 i by their Royai Malkvfor that purpoft. It is now iaid, that a certain Grand AlL-mbly will, for many important r*afons, LeitiiHmoned to attend the fervice of the nut ion fuli three moiiths-fooner than cultomary. r 1 //; karltartii uto juc eed y:nr I:. 1 f v ,r,h; > y . ctir.,ry and the We of the B wi^k 111 Fart-, tda-, be the cP7iftafjt Attent on f Hath,         -   G^tle.Tieriy Jul) "6, -1765:. Tcht rwft olediet.t) ham ie oerv^?.ty _Ant. ) am. s ai.ck. RYDJrR, M1CKLIN, and W ELLS, lViLRCERS, TAKE this iviethod ot acquainting ihtir i r.ci.ds auu die Pub.ic, i'tiat ^il^y iutrnd, in a fe.v We-ks, to lhut up ri.ur eld S o;^, at the India x s t- n in th. v imiteTS, ?nd to reino', c nrirely to their new one, at- die Indian Qu t t n3 where Luug.ice hue j ittiod, and that, in rlie mean Time, tiieir okl iitccs will he IcJluu oif cheap in riie Co.iter . W   A   N   T   K Hy a (;enr,eu an nf ODGING and BOARD, with a fn;tJI b. tterniolt Roman Catl.o ic P-mnly, m tne and made to anf*er for them publickly ? I       Pavemerft as tar as lemple Bar is h- Bur, indeed, their crimes, have been of a very different nature.from what are cognizable in an Engiifh Parliament, or an Eng-lifhcourt-of juftice. They are only fuch as can be canvaffed in the Conjillabuium of a timid and revengeful Favourite \ where ferving the public too well, and gaining too much credit with the naiion, are confidered as crimes of the blackeft dye. Hinc ilia: Lathymte! Such were the charges brought againft Mr. Pitt, the delight andoina- nilhed, to k ep ihe new pavc;nent diffeient part^-of \\ citaViniter in repair, as feveral holes ate already made therein, and however admired for neatnefs and elega- ce, does not f^em to proinife any permanency or itapiliiy. Sunday General L wine^ who was lately appointed Governoi of Gibialiar, in the room of General Coi n ivaLJis, fct out in order to embark for h;sGovernment. His Majeity has appoin:ed Francis Hales, be one of the Commilhoners of Co.i\ enience for a Servant and Ho.f-i Any ''jiiuJemau a-.di.a'y rl.i^ ei her, by d;re:tii.g a ! i - Hn   A l'riu,.jr of this P.L;>er, will ie..: i\- . n-d. m .y uir, or to the 1 '* * H. The Adv.r.il>r pur oi"*s       ui^ a fuic* -HE ANNUAL REGISTER, ment of this kingdom: and fuch was the I   lcb to - Court, by which he was Wand fenced!    Appeal for .egula ing the dmies ef Lxufc, Your's, &c- m ANTI-SEJANUS. L  O   N   D  O   IN. in the room of iaiward Montague, Efq^ Saturday, at a Court of AUiitantsof vhe Worfliipful Company of Starioners, Richard Manby, Efq; was chofen Mailer, and Henry i On Fiiday afternoon la ft ihe'r Majcflies, Woodfaii, Lfqj and Mr. John Vowell, were their Royal Highneires the Princefs Dowager chofen Waidens of the faid Company, for of Wales, the Princes Henry and Frederics,    the year enfuing. On Fiiday evening died at his fathers and the Princefs Louifa Anne, drank tea with his Royal Htghnefs the Duke of G!ou- J houfe at Purney, inthezsth year of his eefieF at the Pavilions at Hampton Court \ a*cr which their Majelties returned to Richmond. A houfe is ordered to be  prepared, and an j ,u the Couj;rry, any Diltance /rom I.onJo , ; if ctjuip-agc provided, �t  the expense of Lis Ma- ) llM a [-ietfaut 5, or tUc nj re a-rr<-a} ie, with jeiiy, for the ufe of :he Arahiaji Prince lately arrived in England. A numbei or exceeding fine capital paintings, belonging to his Majeity, are or*.red to be brought over from Hrtno\ er, to he placed in rhe galkries of Richmond and Hampcon-coui c palaces. The ilate of the inferior CJggy in England and Wales-, it is f�dd, will be particularly examined into ac the next meeting of an augnil Afiembly, with a dengn of rcdieiling rhe very great hardlhips they have fo Jong j.djouied tifider. "W;e hear that it is p opofed to introduce pap-r currejicy this fummcr in the Iile of Man, in order ro prevent large Anns of fpecie fiom bein (cut oft' in the traffic of. J mingling to rraiice ainl Holland. A narive of Raravia in the Lad Indies, lately :irri\ed her? from Holland, has made an offer to difcover the tiue oriental method of difliihng arrack from rice, in rhe fame manner as ic is a o age, Mr, John Milton, only ion of Gabriel Milton, Efqj a Spanilh Merchant of this city. " On Thurfday the Hon. Major Irtgeldfby, Sunday morning ove U'arpl'on/es. Savn^lfs of the latter S^rr?, at is. 6tl. per Qiiart, Dv^A ro CHAKI..-S WEN VIAN and Co. Royai T-^c' ai:^�, ajid c::ey ihaJi l>e Oclivered hi or near To-.-.'n (ojic Uaiion or upwards) Cam- rtR U M af-.d RRANDY, imported ar.d on'ihe Cnirom honfeQ;:ay, by the Piece or cheononiv, ai the !ru\e{t P Very old ajid exceeding tine TORT, ]V1 TAP\and J.WHON, U holefale,'or ac 1 D07::'.--For prefenr Money rn!y. Cailcs, Bottles, 6zc. to h: paid fyr, wJiic be aJiou !d wtieu return'd. \ 9.   

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