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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 11, 1765, London, Middlesex                                From THURSDAY Jvly SATURDAY July 13, i7*5- ("Pritc Twt:- Half-jkiiny   difpute is, ihar the Judged pretend to rsch which la ft liquor the Ladies Teamed to like very much. 1 and iiabbed 1 he child. & v 1: de \V-y �>ia 1 a and d Bibikow,  are at lc r i ti fei oui, in oijiei iogo, joiiii-ly wiili the P -liih* Commiffaiics, 10 regular vheIhniib and diaw a line of boundary be ihis Em piie an Poland. Sia 1� t ween of = the   kingdom Theie is j .r pn'nitd heie, the regulation of the tournament which is 10 be exhibited next'momliia me environ* of this zo.   Our Serene P'inc city. VVemhe'tm^. June his received two melancholy pieces of nc * s, one upon the back of t ,te tuner. The th it is chat of the death.of inePimcef> l^eopol- dinaCarplina, his only daughiei, vi-ho was married on the i.th of May, 176-1, *o Charles Albeit, Hereditary Prince of Ho henloe Schiiiir^furil: (he died me 8ih of this month at Kyrhj two days af a the was brought to-bed of a Pirncels, which died ^^^^^ ^P^^p^^t foon after i:sbirth. Thib news wa, immediately followed by that of the demife of JPriocefa Maria Charlotta Antonierta, his fpoufe, born Duichefs of Holitein Wiefein-buj&h, who died the 51U at Hora?.dowh^� in Bohemia, aged 47 years, being born tire joth of February, 1718. Vienna, June ip. Our Magiftracy and Univerfiiy Have ordeis to affemble in a body on the 4th of July, at four in the morning, Finch, Vice-Chainbe* lain of his Majelty's at the great church of Sr. Siephen, to whh    houfhould,  refigned his place to his Majef- il    ty at Su James'* on Ttnufday. We hear that the Hon. Mw Charles York, have a right of demanding-dn.aflTemhly of her Chambers when they pleafe, without giving any reafon to the Fir ft Prefident for footing, L U N U O i\. ^ Thurfday there was a great Court at St. James's, and alfo a Council, which did not Break, up 5.ul neai four o clock*, their Ma-j.-Uica aftei wards d*ned at the Queen's, palace, and in the evening fetjput for Richmond. - , "Some letters from B.'Unf*ick tell us, that the Duke of York, ariived there the 8th ait. in perfed health,-at twejveat noon, on which rhc cannons on the ramparts, weie fred. The fame evening a new Opera was io be performed, the^next day a maiquerade, antfevery day duiing his Royal Highnefs's itay there, was to produce fome new a-inufeiuenr. Thurfday his Royal Hlghnefs the Duke of Gioucelter fst out upon 3 tour in the country ; and we near that the fiift place his Higtinefs goes to is Bright helmllone. Same day both Huuies of Parliament met puifuant to then hit prorogation, and were by Commiifion from Ins Majelty, further prorogued to Tuefday the 17th of September, The CommifJioners were me Lord Chancellor, Aicnbifhop of Canieibury, and Lord Sandys. Same day his Grace the Duke of New-cattle had a great levee at his houfc io Lin-coln's-inn-fields. We -hear that the Rijit Hon. William "The French lace feeing foon over, three Englifh gentlemen, being apprifed before that tiie La cjes would like to fee fome rtories   run,   had prepared  their hoffes and rider-, tout a fuze a V.jugids* Immediately   the X fuilo k ing three hoi fes were brought to the poit� tn the great fur-prife and fatisfaition vA t.ie Ludies : The Oukecf .1--^i's l^y horfc My j Lnfd, node by Peter WJ.-.J^rt, in i bJue,      .-. -- ) Lord G-      ' ^r's chffnut ho-fc'T a- *> velJer, rodeliy John -, in \viutc3 3 Mr. R--n'sljay'h rfe L)odt>r, rnUe^ by WiiJ. Godwin, m crimf �n3 3 3 The la it l^at was a ve y hneonc, .My Lord beating Traveller but by abou' half a neck. Tiie knowing ones were *aken in, the odd.-, before ltaning being for Dodow Tiie La dies and ah the company returned home ex-nemeiy well pleafed,31 %xtradofa tetterJrom Boflon'in New England) May 9,   I75j. Our people in this province have at iaft luckily hit on the procefs of making pot-afhes, and of fuch a Itrong alkali as mull foon out vie \ he Hunga. y 1�jm, in the feveral ufes t-f bleaclnrjg ai.d the glafs woiks. Tin's is of gieai advantage to trtt coun;ry in clearing our wood>, as aifu manuring the fiefh land for Cio;-pmg; and cite encoujagement, ftom the prices o^t^ined here, has made our landholders, oae and all, to fee about tnaking taem. We navd two Ihip- now Juading, who will cary twu e lhaii lend large parcels, and in ?jx weeks Oilier articles this anomer. year turn iheir imperial Majeities, and their auguit family, a happy journey 10 tiie Tyrol, wir they aegcir g 10 meet me Infan a of Spam. All ;he leligious ordets, i. is faid, wid af-fcmble at St. Stephen'^ tuuich for mat pur-i5ofe. Clvita Viechin, June TO. xncdihat Cap. Pcppe N-iaiMrez, w no com- mandi �lie xeheiks of me King of iheJTwo Sicilies, naib earned in o Palermo a Tnpo- coait of will be appointed Attorney-General. Admiral Keppel and Admiral Saunders, Lords of the Admi/alry, An expiefs has been difparched ro the Weareinfor-    Hon. Hemy Gienvihe, tfqj his Majeity's    Lofcu-  Lfq- o^.r- I 1 lme pink, wLi'^a lie tcok off ili^ Da (ma ia. Two of the Pope** gallics failed ihismor* r/mg for- the poit ot Anfe, wiiii a detach--meiutf 1 jdieis on b',ardv accompanied by a cicw of ga ey li'aves, delbned tocleanie ihe por , which s qui:* tidied wi h land. Con.inuat rains fa.i ne-e, which do gieat j Sccretaiy at War. daMia^e to the grain, and omei productions tf 1 he counuy. iS.    The 14th of this EmbalTador to the Owoman Pone, 10 acquaint him of hi* being appointed one of Hie "Commi'lioners of the Cultoms j on which account, we hear, he will fuo� be recalled \ and another perfon will be appointed to fucceed him in that (laion. Among the promotions talked of, it is faid, ihat Loid George Sackvide will be appointed Treaiurer of the N-ivy, i:i dtc room of Lord Banington, who is to be appoinied poor aLOunt, Tiie Hope, Cap\ Jacobfon, isaMvedat Lilbo*i i o.n New Yi'ik, and was to fail toi London /.he la It day of Jurse. Tiie Lo;d:> of iie Treafury have been pleated 10 appoint J-.m1 n Roblun, r.fq^ Sur-veyoi of iuc Majetly^ va.e;i"ufe;  Ja ncs acd L3 id Sui V:y (*i ^ :  aiJ in 1 1 Sco:t, tfq^ Land v.au-efj of Loudon. Fuefday, a a gene:a! C ur of til don   Auu'arce,    iic  i Uo-.in^ t tic J o 11 n port Lon- ge;. :ieuien were chofen Goverr;o-, bn1) Govjinui, De i puty Governor^ and Di.ectuib, fui me year enfuing ; 1 Mr JmIim Hydjy Governor. Sam.Turner, LU]\and .-ii/.ernirtU, Snh Governor. �Tliom.*s pi jeiy, hfjj D \ vty Ciovcrnor. \ I i Mr. AJcrx Aub-rr, General fcrwin,  is going to Gibraltar in j Gcn Aufren-   tft,. Highnefs mon.h me Infanta MaiaLouifa, in.ended confort cf me Aiciid^ke Leopold, Having the evening bctoie akena tender and aflec-ting leave of >he King her bioiher, and >f ail the Royal family, lit out aL the o'ebek in the morning from 1 lie caiile of A anjwez, attended by her wiiole 11 a 1 r,, fui Cajtiia-gena, fiom whence ihe will embark foi Genoa.   The fame day her rAoyal dined at Viliatobas, and Jay at C-jijal de The next day (he au,ed at Villa-nueva, and af lived fafely the fame nigh', at Hinojofos. They write from the city of Rocca in Eftramadura, that a wopan nanied' Ma hea de Orellana, thirty yeiis of age, wife of Dorainick Gonzales, was dcliveied there* \ ia the fpaceof one year, cf fix children, at ; iwo different births : chefirfttimeof four, v threes of jwhich   were baptized, and the fourth came into the wcild dead e'gut days j after the others ; the three firft died fuccef- \ Aln>ague2. quali y of Governoi of tuegawifon theie. Tiitirfday riis Grace me Duke of -Mail-borough cati\e f om Blenaeim in Oxford-fhi e, to h:� noule in Pail-Mall, by an ad of bit fcllions ad the forts and fettlemenis belonging lo the Africa Company, fi-m Port Sallee to Cape Rou^e, became the proper.}7 of the Gown the 12th of bit  mon:h \ in ennfequince of which, a pjoclama-. ion v\ as iuuea our, thai all per-fons, tiien belon^in^ to the Africa Company, lhould con inue in  then   lefpective places dui ing his Majelty's pleafuie. .     Ordeis are foon exrecfed to be ^i en for \ railing ih:ej independen; companies or foot, ! to be fint to Sene^jl, me  pu-per OiHcers \ being afeady appointed fur un< pu:pofe. Thuifday tiie Puifer of the Noithumher- lndta- Air Vince.-t Hif o Mr I icrherc tiyde, Air. Thn nas L.Jie,  *Mr. P. Ld}Tiir.audaye Mr j Liuie Hhicku an j *Mr. J tines Lee, *.\lr- J��hji Hrogdo), Mr. George Llmndlc^ Mr. Mark Cramer, Mi. John Free, Mr. Th       G\v*frey3 Mr. ^ilvai-iis   than ico tons burthen taking any fpirhous liquors a-board, on pain of hav.ng them fci^ed. Extrad of a Utter from an En^lifn gentleman at Touloufe to hh friend in London^  dated " You will be furprifed to hear that laft we had a race in a meadow near it was a fmail fubfcrip:ion made Mr. GikKuhI i-i.i^en, N. B. Inofc marked * wer^ not ui the Direflion. Wednefday lift rhe new-bom fon of the Lord Biihop 1 f Oxfoid, wa3 bapiized by me 1 name of Thomas Henry.    The Sponfei^, j ve.e,   his (Jiace thvs Duke of Newcallle, j Lord Clint  Peny Warner, Lf *, fome-time comma'der of a tnii 1 y tix gun fi igaie in the Royal Navy. On Wcdn*fday Dai kin,  an eminent found dead in his bed a morning Mr. William ivory "Turner,   was his houfj in Whi;e- iir.oniiii"H.one wi hch.id, H His wife was a^out after waids a iar^e quin iiy cf opium, arJ was i, as before icla rd.   H, di-J jn the af eujoo.n of t!ie fame da v. t(h,fc lound in a dice! Oi examining fcvrai wkneifes, i ap;.ea:eJ to the fltfsfaition of the ju'y, tna iie had ^or fume tiine pah premcdi a ed his tiornd de-'i^n 5 *he;efo(e he was pu; in a hole in a croft road, and a iiake diovfc ihuiugti his b';dy. Oti Wednefday a Lid. aboui i7 old, appienice :o Mi. MaxwcJ, a \\ aeuiun on ihti bank-hde-, cat a ih^uide- of iam*i mn weighed t/pwaiua of fi\e pounds^ qua :is of ^ren peafe^ wi n u ot be^r, in Lf> than 5?. either bie-id ger of naif a gur.ea. men,  who hau 1 tiiib feffai 7. uii" -ke.-j   for a Soue of he confiderablj V\ a et - br;.s on , weiti fo nretacd a^3i!dl he yourtg ^iatton^ mat they ^eie" g<-tng throw him into t he Tuames, bai nicy vvcie happily pieven ed. TnuiYday n^tu, about feven o*cl'.-ck# the new pavement thai has fui forne been canied on ilno' 1 lie S ia.-;d, o Tc.y* tie-bar, was comple ed j om nr.ui occi-Gon the worknirn we e   e*aled w \ ;f .:--ah-.^ bodieb out of megiave., acjpi.aiof- fence. if O , T\Jcf^3f v.ez\ rhe inf dverir in r ew Luu^a:?,   and th ' hn can claim u.*^.or5 1 w 0 C inpieii in diet \\o-w 1 he iuiidhad ; and London ( ad) utii be ditciiai^ed a thofe i-i New^aie, and W hi ec.njel    ifor^ at (he adjuui nmeiit of uu MiUuLfex Se.ii^a at Hickb's-njii. Tnequarcei feifion /or*Surfy he^ins next Tuefday in G^iii'>.d, w-neieaii' lie p;i:on-ers in . he Ki-^'; Ber.ch, Sui; f coun-.y ^anl5 a;;d the Mai lhaifea Pi ifon, rig:it to take ihc bench cleared, bjr. or tuve a w id be ma the act, who ate upwa ds of 40 , in num* All :he fpare beds in Gad ford a'e air reidy taken at a very ejtuava^.ni  pucj. The deb ors in uie Buiou^ti Co n, er* Piifon, wi hin me Jui i(dict:on of \ he Lord Mayor and Commonalty of the Ci y of Lordon,   .v ill be cleared at hb L rdlhij/s Scition at St. Mar^a et's Hill next Friday. On Thuifday the -th inltant w ii ud at Guildhall, befoie L.ud Man-fie d, abaction upon a policy oi iulurance, cj^ao It an Lfn-derw riter on ^oods (hipped in a ge'-eial (h\;\ ai IVl'mifenat, f r London; wn^rn Vivmjm, that im.e the ?r* rivnl of the ntw Grand \'jzier ar ConiUnrir;o �le, no l-:.rs [Ii.ui tiTce.n pejibjis of diiliiidlion !i w e \  revnJied fiom banifhrnent at rhe ijie of which is conlidejed hs a p'pof rl the modtrrarion of Councils i.ew happily hh uting ^cio - vviaiaShoemaktfr^ knife cut her throat,    in the Imperial Divan.   

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