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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 9, 1765, London, Middlesex Numb. 588! From TUESDAY July to THURSDAY T 11 7^5 Two-pence Haii-pem J Stockholm, June 21. HE Ki Royal Family is removed to Drou-ninghoJai fbr a little rime, but they propofc to pafsfome days in ev^ry week at UWckfdahl. Berlin y June ap Yefterday herUry- al HighaefsPrincefs Amelia, /ifter ro Abbefs of Qnedlin- burgh, kt out from hence fbr Schwedt brier to make a vifit to tfee Margravine filler. Jamil's, July King pleafed to grant unto John Major, of WorLing-wortnHaJl, in the county cf Sutfolk, Efq; and the beirs male of bis body lawfully begotten 5 nrtH in default of fuch iffue. to his ibiMn-. Cauegate, but it was hop#4 wouH be gor off again by the Diving Comp&n�i . They write from Hamburgh/that a Dutch Jager, or Tender, arrived there the ift in-itant,. with 60 ban els of hgrings; fome of which were fold at 160 rixdollars, (about I.) the barrel. Letters from Temefwaer in Hungary, of the 6rh patt, fay, that they had there, during laft winter, a continual fall of fnow , and rarn, which had greatly deftroyed the vines, and other fruits of the earth},and even two days before the above date, they bad a great fall of fnow \ a thing very uncommon there. From.Hampfbire they write, that a field of rye was cut "down at Dedding-Cow, in that county, the 4th inftant, and that there &fr.WMia__, r_____________ the Navy. His Majefty has appointed Mr. Nicholas v flint to be Profeffur of the Mathematics, in tiie aftfvferfitjr of St. Andrew, in Scotland. A Frenchman, who was educated in the fuperficial manner of his country, in the bufinefs of Fdn Painting,.came over here fome yeajyago to laugh at the Engjifh, and get fome of their fools pence j but, notwithstanding his great felf,-importance, he provedfo egregious a bungler, that none of the fhops in that branch could employ him, though they weie in want of hands. This, however, Frenchman-like, he attributed ro envy, on account of his extraordinary talent*, and determined to revenge himfelf on the trade and the public, by following it no felling a quartern loaf fbort of weight fix ounces; and paid the penalty of thirty Shillings. Tuefday morning early three coaL- barges ftrucjc againft,the piers of Black-Fiiars bridge, and One of them, iaden with fifty chaldrons of coals, funk to the bottom: were faved. Tuefday a young man was, after a long examination before the fitting Alderman ac Guildhall, fent to thecomprerfor a further examination, upon a charge�of having forged a draught for upwards often pound.*, upon the Governor and Co Bank of England. pany of th* is the greateft appearance of as fine^a crop as I longer; in confequence of which belaid John Hcnniker of Newton Hall in thexounty of F.flex, Efq; �nd the heirs'piale of bis iwdy JawfuJly begotten, the digniry of a Baionec of the kingdom of Great Britain. BANKRUPTCIES enlarged. Nicholas Brandt, late of � wit bin 's-aJley, in the city of London, Coflfee-nun, at Guild- bail, July 37. Alexander Harnett, late of the city of Nor- ever known in the memory of man, all over that county. Tuefday a Court of Aldermen was held at Guildhall, when Mr. John Bficholfon attended the Courr, with the 0 a tries of his five fecurities (which were approved of) who are each to be bound in ibe fura of gocl. for his due execution of the office of drawing out aU the money he could raife in gaudy apparel of every kind, and then fet up for a Drawing-matter; and by means, which an tnglifhraan would fooner itarve than ake ufe of, he introduced himfelf into teaching the children of fome of the beft Englilh families in the kingdom, the art cf iuelday, at the Admiralty fefGofls, Capr. Loredo, late mailer of the veffel called the Piincipe deifpana, was tried at the Old fiaily, on an indictment preferred againft him, for wilfully caftingaw.ay the faid Ihip on the high feas, within the jurifdidion of the Admiiakyof England, wirh intent ro dtfraud divers Merchants, who had becomd infurers, and under-wrote policies of infu--ranee on the cargo of the faid veffel, which confiding of wooUen cloths .and hides, to the amount of 50-0 J. was bound from �s- Bvidge-mafter. Same day Brackley Kennet and Benjamin which he left to fome diltant relation in fed of a considerable fura; the whole of ' eier (where the fame vefiel had before been Dealer, at GuildhaU, Londo Charlwood, Efqrs. attended the Court, of | France, Aldermen, and gave bond to ferve the of- M Thomas Hughes, lareof the parilh of Sr. An drew, Holbourn5 in the county of lice of Sheriffs of this city and county of ward Lafcelks, a gentleman from Biomf- Jic- the James Delves, M. A. was on fcx, � Tobacconift, *c Guildiull, London, Friday laft prefented ro the vicarage of E- grove in Worcellerihire, to Mifs Henrietta CXsier, the only daughter and heirefe of Charles Qzjer, late of Cionmell, in the Aup. 2.4 DlVIOEND to be madt to Creditors. Gabriel radley, now or Jate ofStour- vingden, in the county of Wilts, and di- I county of Tipperary, Efq; deceafed. bridge, 111 the'county of Worcester3 Ir. n iroMger3 at the fign of ike Crown iu Stour- CERTIFICATES to he allowed. July 30. Francis Sayers, of Eaft Ham, in the county of Effex, Merchant. ocefe of Saliibury, void by the death of the late incumbent. His. Majefty has been pleafed to confti-tute and appoint Lieut. William Hend^rfba, to be Captain Lieutenant to the 4th regiment of foot, commanded by the Hon. CD^u ^^.^ Robert Soulby, who retires. George Dighton, of the pariOiof St. BotoJph n.nT Cap .....,._____ ^ London^ Benjamin Joimfon,"of Hackney, injhe county of Middlefex, Spun-Silkman. Henry Bitdy of the p^silh of St. Mary Ro-therluthe, in the county of Snry, Sliip-.wright. Henry Bird1, and Humphrey Davis, of Rother-hithe, in the comity of Surry, Shipwrights and copartners. H'nry Bird, and Jofeph Quaiiett, of Rother-hithe, in the county of Surry, Shipwrights and copartners Ba On Saturday laft died at Nottingham, Capr. Smith,elder brother of Samuel Smith, Efq; of Alderm3nbury. On Monday died at his houfe in St. Catharine's, after'dating a hearty.dinner, Mr. James Kobertfon, a wealthy Scotch Lin-nen Fabler. Thijkgentleman's brother died quitted. purcnaied ot Capr, Loredo, by MefTrs, Ef-chalaz and Caftlemonte, for 3001.) to Spain, and proceeding down the river mouiii, was run on a ftoal of rocks, about a mile from Falmouth harbour, by lUecon* currence of the Captain and Caft^emont, as appealed on the evidence of Mr. Efetnlaz, who, tho* in a manner made privy to fucti deli^n, would not join theieinj but the fhip nor being, in the ftnit fenfe of th_ \yoids, caft away or deftroyed, pmfuant 10 4 ^ ' d his Majefty AlichUlima e En-fign in the 3d regiment of fooi guards, commanded bv the Earl of Rothes in the room 1 t all the diftrifts within their dependance fhall 0f Enflgn TnomasByron, preferred, Contribute to the fupport of the Academy The Hon. Major Lucius Ferdinand Cary at Cone; idly, That they Ihould farm to fro Mercha exporting half-pay, to be Major in the 60th (or Royal American) regiment of foot, com- J 2dly, That the French fhould have the li- [ jn ine r0om 0f Major Horatio Gates, who berry of changing the garrifons, from one place to another, of thofe which theGeno retn e*. John F&rnaby, Gent, to be Sub Brigadier efe put them in poffeffion of^; and^thly, | an�j Corn#t in the 2d troop of horfe guards, commanded by Lord Cadogan, in the room ableft fubiefls of Co be appoi of thofe European powers who have been pleafed to (hew favour to the Corficaris. L O N 1) O in, ' On Saturday fome difpatehes of importance arrived from the Court of Pruflia, which have been kid before the Pi ivy Council. . / We are attired there are no grounds for j Lieut. Walter Stewart, from half-pay, to be Lieutenant in the 21ft regiment of foot, commanded bv the Earl of Panmure. 1 upon half-pay. 1 John at Totrenham-court, and back again, for a wa^er of ten guineas. He had an noui and a quarter allotted him to d6 it in, bat performed it in feven.y minuses. Ther* were upwards of ao*jl. won and loft on this occalion. Soma rime ago a Lady waited upon a noble Duke, with a forged letter f;om the Earl of Hei'ford, EmbafTador to the Court of France, recommending the bearer as a perfon of family and fortune to his protection, and requefting him to give her hisaf-fiitance in conducing her affairs here. By means of this letter fee was admitted to his Grace, who received her with great polite-nefs; but fhe repeating her vliits frequently, and Lord Hertford not .mentioning her in any other letter, his Grace began to fufpeft -a fraud, and ordered his fervants, when fhe ihould call again, not to admit her. She called foon after and was refufed admittance, but (he infilled upon feeing his Grace, and having an abfolute refufal from himfelf j which the fervant reporting to the Nobleman, he wrote her a note, ligned with his defiring her not to trouble him any A few days after a the \ ftut ih. lik-of I name, further with her vifits. Frenchman tendered for payment, to John Lewis, Gent, to be Enfign in the 35th regiment of foot, commanded by Col. Fletcher, in the room of Enfign Henry the report of a number of men of war being J fitting out for India, as has been mentioned in fome of the papers J faid Nobleman, a note, appearing to be under his hand, for 20,000 1. faying he had advanced feveral thouf^nd pounds upon the credit thereof; the Frenchman however has d, and is to take his trial at the of a Utter from Quebec Our 1765. fame be Enfign in the 70th regiment of foot, commanded by Major Gen. Trapaud, in the jooo^of Enfign Robert Irwin, preferred Lieut. William Bunburv. from half-nav* from half-pay, to OldBaiiy, on fufpicion of fraud and forgery Weft bill of indictment was preferred and found when I wrote to you laft. We have pafled the winter as agreeably as could be "expected in fo fevere a climate. We have had balU, affembiies, &c. .m town ; fleeghing, bear-huniing,-and fifhiiig. In the country. Aiding you'll fcarcc credit, the horfes, and ctheir Rattle here, are fed, mo ft of the winter, on fith. It is as common to fee a dozen iafleets of eels carried into die ftabie to feed ifee horfei, as to'throw hay before them is With you.-General Murray intend* tofefta-Mfh~ft-tfayfaoufe under the infpeftion of his cb)|ffn, the EWF. Mr. Murray, one. of tuf Council j who is gone tor Maryland to ptcif up a company. The General is to give them the JeTuits College to adl in, Whkh is to be properly fitted ujrj and theie is a fubfcription fet on foot by his Excel-Jency* to pay for the fcenes and other rtra^ chinery." The two .Dan iih Eaft India fhips lately arrived at Copenhagen, brought home\vith them twp large turtles, weighing between 4 and soo lb. each, whifh were immediately J tires. Lieu Maj in the room of Lieut. Thomas Bund, preferred. Surgeon Peter Mackenzie, from half-pay, to be Surgeon to the 3d regiment of dragoon-guards, commanded by Sir Charles Howard, in the room of Surgeon-Gilchrift, | by working for the wages fixe
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