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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 16, 1765, London, Middlesex                                From tke Lo h do n G/^sfeTTfe* 1 HisQrace t^&Dake of JJolton continues ih hfr;b*vat deparffeent, TfiFTice Admiral few for who came rime enough to prevent any raifchief being done. SSttRD^f Count SLca&t tftiattm' l*ol nirEj CdtotttCarnirz andM;de Rredow, of thg RwLSqnadroxv     which account the I   .Friday died, at Sudbury in Suffolk, Mr, promotion of flag officer^ which wase*- ffe&cd to rake place/ is fufpended. ; ^uetday tbte Right Hon. Lord Manifield, Lord F^hhouth, and Lord Sandys, fat in zier. 2*ew. ijtglaizd, Aj?dfcr tvikfa they w&t* Allowed *u adequate ium j �4* I&yefl/'j IhipvT w*r. arc to Irt rreajkd| in   fe*rAafai* frota the Plan- Barton, Canon oft&UVChtirch college in receive ana cotn\>u* i    . ^  ^ * r^*t!  r\ r'l   is n       � w*-'  ^Jk �i 1    1 tigroid, ttllow of \VH*chwer, Mtmirer of Portfay, and lace Chaplain to his Ma- WhuehaQ, tp V4rr4jn^alf from the Plantation* Ext*a& of a Utter from Paris, Jt/lv 8. "'The Parliament of Paris has refolved to makeaemonitrances on the fobject of tlie Parliament of Britany.  41  T*...^ . 1____.Tw . .J__., 1 jefty. Saturday died, at Chertfey m Surry, in the &4)x year of his age, Mr. Joh'p Bell, Two thoufeadcopies of a book, enii- j formei ly an A'totney in iheMiddleTemple. the torh mft*nr. Haguey July 9. His RoyiV High neft the Duke of York, who had gone from Hanover to Bruufwick, was to ferour from rhen^e on Sua Jail for Berlin, rogerher with the Ducal Court, in order to aflW ar rhe folecnniry of the carriage between thtf Prince Royal of Pnrilia and the Princefs fc'.liiaherh of BrunAvick ; and the �mpiefs cf Ril(fias hav,e been feUed here by the Polite?1 nen-draperin Whiiechapel. Monday morning died of the gout in hi> They write fiom Vienna of the 29th J ftomach, in the 741 h year of iiis-a^e,. at his day they were expeded to return to Brunfwick^ in 14 or r j* days. At tht Court at St. Jamefj, J&fytU *7*5> Prefent, The KING's Moft txcellent Majefty in Council. pa(t~, that 44 men and Uomen fin^er^.had paffed jhrough. ihat 'metropolis, "in their way fro�i Venice ta Warfaw, having been engaged, by order of the iiing of Poland, for The itaj/e. The Hcrfendfn Indiaman, Gapt Marten, houfe in .friiaduiy 3 Mr. �dmbnd Drew, ir.a-ny years a paper-itamei and iantHkip painter, of tlui piactf. Monday nigtit died fuddenly/at bih houf� at'tkiiioway, .M., Wikhnan, an eminent Goidfoihh �n Cheapfide. was met wiih the ikeh of April off the |  ^-Tuetday morning died, ar his apartments Cape of Good H^ipc, and had buiiedthett fecond mate and Saigeon. On Sunday   iatt the  Right  Hon. the Lord Mayor,  and Mifs Stcphenf-m,   faia near Someifc -i;ru fe, MY.licnard Hancock^ polfelTcd of a c'jn-idei able fortune. Tuefday m *n;in^ died, at his houfe in G.-eat Khby-ll/eet,  Hfltton-Garden,- a^ed His Majefty having pleafed toddivef    Lordfcip's daughter, dintd whh Mr. Sheriff  . 6i^L.a.riPrice, Efqi the rwit ingenKHi* .^Jnf,h, VriL      r H. Grace The    ^a",s^� his      ai *tncti!ey. ^      Punier aod ^aij.er ol wl*fs in ait tuiope,. the caftbdy of the Privy Seal ro Wis Grace Tl^o-mas HoJIes Duke of Kewcailie, rhe oarh of Keeper of tlw Privy. Seal ,wastbis dayathninl-ilered 10 him,- and.his Grace took hU place at the Board according ly. St James's, Ju!y t6. The Xiug-fcas b�e* pleafed toyaiK tinttf the Right Hpn:irCharles Prarr, Knr. .Chief. Jofiice of ^ his MiHi&yh Court of iCemtwn PJeai, and theheirwrnaJeiof bis body lavvfnfly begotten, -(he dignity trf*** Bjionof* the^hgdbin.isf Great Britain, by che name, (hie and title of Karon CatfvicHj iiarris,- at his leat a: -Hnchiey. His Majelty has -pleafed to conitj-: | wiiicli art was fuppofcd ro have been iott tme and ^appoint CArnei Hu^h Daniel Mac- I" for agreai number of yea/s.   He died m iiu^ric for reinforcing rhe Ei^ift garriions oilric ri\Trs Seu^gal iad Gx|Bbia9 in Africa* Pri\ are ktrers fV&n&osi mention the holding of fome-httc extra councils in the cabinet of VerCiilles, in one of whiftb a refoiution was taken* to r^inforte Couut Marbeuf's kuxiiiary troops in Coriica. Letters from Danrzick fay, that they never had fo great aTifiniuer of Ihips arrived there as in 'ihi?* year, from Sweden,  Denmark,  and Holland, for carrying H>vay of grain j that from the opening of ih* navigation t*o the firft of June, 265 veneris had failed frort) thence, J*-d?n \virk: th ]iihm%iK of iJle^iiew Pruffian Cu&om Houfe, there has Jiot m waved from Pr> Jand a qnantify of grain nearly 'proporTiooaij le to' the deinand, thema^4nes at Dautzick will fiibn be ettetrfted, if rfcriear of expofing that ciry to "want does i�if4|eca/ion their being iu-ltantiy fhm up. They wiite from Wnceefrer, rhat they are brewing-there g^eat rjuajuiiies of porter, m goodnefs ro char made in Loud OJ] kay, to be Li^iu in ihe j.d re^imeiw of.-ara- 1 e itiiihi Ht�n. the Camden Place   the comity of HtittbuUtftfrx*. tThe^ug ten h�en pleafed to grant unto the JUgbt Hon. ViljLiam Earl of Hefsborougii, of Ireland, and Karon \ TLirl of Albermaifey.iff.fhe rguin of Lieuti-\ Juhrn MeU&, preferred- Liquu John Henderfoni from hatfjrayy �to* be Ltett?�rin the'^h regjnt)eni of';fuu:^ ^commandedby'the^ilbo.'Cblv.Biud�jr�ed, Jn 'the-room of X.i�ut^ William Hendetibn,  preferred; Guftavus Beiford, Qettt. to be Cornet l\ to fell it in the comity of Leicefter, in Great Thomas Lord l^onfonly, Briraii^ an|tl the Right Hon. Grantham, Bamn-Gramhaom.iH die county of? Lincoln, rhe afficeof Poifmalter Oencc^- Urd Chamberlain's 0�te% X*& m� ^^j* Orders for the Conrtfs going^m rdfrftrmr iung rtl Sunday next the 2tft inflant, "for her Mctt Serene Highnefs Dororhea Sophia, late Dowager Dtucbefs of Medtleuburgh StWiirz, rdi& of the Ru^al i^iineni,of hpifv' guards, coiu-manded by iheMaiqubof Gwidby, in uie raoiivof vCoraet John Fare t-yitef, prefer- j.quencts, aid'aebaie was. poft-poned to the red. 1 Bachelor, pollelled of a large fortune. On Sunday died, a: Maiditone in Kenr, A;* nony Bridgman, EA}; of the roy^i navy, w4u> went on Fiiday ia;t ro pay a vifit 10 his o.,ly filter, wno was lately married to C-ip^ain A.irbfufe Whire. TuefJay at Gjildhall, it'v/as mo ft learn- t:d!y argued, whether perfona cleared by the lighuih g, accompa;ued with larg? ruiiy th+t I cjm;"o:fiireclaufe in the la e       we're en- ' has' been' known for^fnme time j and* tlaris 4 ui led .0 ilie beneftt of the preient aing*liini�I/by d-hiJu. fek, aadSanv. and hu> f^ven of ihem for i.i"S ^ht yosrs of age was devouretll.y him, Ixrt^een Sauvez. aud MaJaieu  fome peafuns U\v him dart upon rite child, and ran ro iu aJiilUu audSuny, and bu^ feven of--them for j capital offences, as appears on ihe Gaolers Hert- the 1 \ calendars rn \lie refprftive counties, feul a.ii^cii be^in  ne^t   Monday,   t&iore Loid .VJan^neld and Mi, Baion S, and carried 11 into a neighboniing wood. The neat d^y he devoured a girl of fifteen at FaifcJ, iu die pariih of Vcntuejols  and it is faid rliat he har devoured a third per fun this week, but as neither the day nor place is mentioned, the fact is doubtful. M. Anroine, Lieutenant of the royal duces, arrived yefltrday at Malaitu, with sy (logs, and 18 or ao per for? s who have accompanied him, all good markfmen. We hope this fuccotir, joined to rfiat of MetT d'Enneval, who are no way ditheartened by tnvir ill fuccefs, will at length deliver us from this dreadful ani* m.il. fireet, and npw or late of <^ieen�ftreet, near "Winitoiill-flreet, inthc pariih of St. James's, Weftminiter, Taylor.   . L O  N DO N.  # In confequence of a very genteel and po* lite meiTage from Mr. Secretary C  cock} who retires. r The Hon. Capt. Conyngham,   of the 10th regitsenrof foot, to the garrifon of Gibraliar, in the room of is expected here the latter end of Oiloher. A curious crozier aiid crotchet, of exqiufue tobeToivn Maior I workiniillAhlPJ we bear5 are maVing for his ...   ;n r�.- r.^J.a I Roral Highnefs Prince Frederick, Biihop of SvKKYy July 17, 176$. JH E Gentlemen, Clergy, and other Fret-holders of this County* .ire dtfirtd tff'tfPtt At Lpfoin, on Twfdey tbs-13d Injlunt^ at Twelve o'Clxky to 
                            

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