Thursday, July 18, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 18, 1765, London, Middlesex N\imb. 5885 From THURSDAY to SATURDAY J 20, 1765. [Priee Two-pence Haii-ptr/ }' 1^ V* ~L RRIVhD the Frederick, Venttis, from London  Betty's jSuecefs. Rains; and Uniry, -, from Sunderland ; ana Fig floop of war, j from Exeter. Cvwes, July 17. Came intheGirtia-rine,Laurence,from Afeftb&in for New-York * and Richard and Benjamin* Bobinfi)n9 froaa Georgia for this jpart* Dial) July 18. Sailed through fhf Exeter, the Exeter, Phillips, from Green-Jano\wirh jfcren &Ql Remains theEaft India tfefts Alfo 4 gentleman and his .family, who had got proper certificates of their good character* On Saturday laft Was married, at Sr. Ann's, Soho, Mr. George Maifhall, of Deail itreet. Sohft. rn Mr �k� in the mod pathetic man'ilf, and delivered them afterwards the King's letters patent, requiring them io deliberate on the fame. Eight iMttn* b*rs of the Aflembly declared for their enregif-terment, bur the reft perilled in their former arrets, and withdrew. M. de Marville de]i� vered alfo orders to the Premier Prefidtnr, the Attorney GeoerJ, and the Rcgiiier, for obliging them to (ray; rue eight Members were likewife retained, and the letters patent were rranftribed in the rcgiitcr. The eight then frgned and iflued an arret, enjoining the infe- Paft by the Induftry, 1 Pxofnea. Sranick: yaehr. Wind & Gravijkmd, Jufy 18. Dearfoq, from Damzick and Mary, pocket, from Peterfiwgh ; Neptune, Hanfon, from Stockholm j Henrietta, Bell Anfon, Shaffen ; and*Sarah, Afli, from Greenland. merchandize, having a large quantity, he w�s advifed ^y his fiiends to take the benefit of the laid fair: He came to town on Tuefday tue i$Ui of June, and opened a large (hop in the own-hall, where he Was difpofing of his goods ; but he had not ferfcire, afrer one day's illncfs, Mr. Frarap- r-10r LQims ro �"'tim� tlie <fiflribi�tion of juf- ion, in the 8jd year of his age. He was uncle to James Frampton, of Moieton, f" in tfae faid county, and fa<herof Cap Fiampton ; thefe LOW DON. Tljurfday there was a numerous Court at St. James's, and afterwards a Council. eirMajeJlies dined at the Queen's palace, d afterwards fee out for Rienm< gentlemen being the only male iffue now remaining of that an-m cisr* family. hours, before ..he Major, and a hie of muf- J Tuefday died, at his houfe near Maryland que,eersl came and forced him, his wife, j Point, by Stratford, George Per(hore, tfq; and a young Lady (a viffror) upon wirich iie demanded the reafon of fuch aged 74, formerly one of the Clerks belonging to theT-ieafury in the Cuftoni-houfe. ill ueatment, but they could a.fign none, On Wednefday died, at Mr. Shortens, the and he was obliged to leave all his effefts in Spread �agle in the Strand, Mr. Hancock, Thttrfiiay Lord Xtforth His for at two o-'clock to Sc. James's. Xor^Ihip was Upon the Bench at Lincoln's- which he immediatelv left. Va- Hall rierus Same the Hon. Thomas Pel ham, Member ftys band on being appointed Comptroller of the Houfeold, in the room of Lord Charks Spencer. It is the Earl of Kildare, that ha^ refi^ned his places in Ireland, and not theJEarl of Drogheda, as mentioned by miftake, in foine of the papers. . WedneOay his Grace the Duke of New-caftle, gave a grand entertainment to fevc rai of the tfew mintftry, and other pe" their hands. After he had been in prifon an hour, the Major came feveral times ro beg was fen 1 I �f him to go out of prifon, and quit ihe town in three hours, attended with a file of fuldiers; but the gentleman told them he would do no fucn thio^, unlefs they compelled him by force, and ihat he relied entirely for protection and faiihfaftion ffom the Court of Great Britain The next morning they-forced him, his wife, andthe young lady, oui of prifon, and then our of 1 town, with a guard of foldiers^ and- ftill gave him no reafon, and the gentleman was obliged to leave ail his effeils in their poileflion. As his cafe has been propeily tdjn about half an hour; w:.ieh accident had fuch an effect on the gentlewoman in labour, iha' fhe now idangerouliy ill. Tiiujfday a man, genteeiiy dicfs'd, was We are told that feveral perfons are now j feized with a fit of apoplexy in Gieai Ruf-un , tliar an 3flion was brought a- Count Bentick having finifhed his anairs here, will fet out for ^arwich, to emba'k for Holland. Colonel firudeners regiment of foot, that was reviewed on Wednefday in Hyde Paik by his Majelty, is ordered to quarters at Exeter; and General Beunet's regiment is ordered back to iheir former quarters in Chatham barrack. Thurfday Peregrine Cull, Efq^ as chair* an of the Committee appointed far relieving the poor Palatines, had the honour tp prefent to the\r Mijelties an account of the proceedings of the faid Committee, which bis Majelty vas pleafed to receive Very graciouliy. By the faid account it appeared, th3t ot allowing them to view their fortifications, and weg|d hardly fuffer them to-go alhore. It is impoffible to defcribe the ill treatment our Englifli fubjefts fuffer at the town of Dunkirk, in France, by the arbitrary and illegal proceedings of the Governor, MonfieurMezier, who ordered? On Wedrefday William Heeley was corn* muted to New-Piifon, Cleikenweil, being chaiged on the oa�h of Michael Mayo, Efqj and others, wi:h feloniouily Healing twelve filver table f^oons, feven iilver foiks, and a quantity of filver handled knives; and Eleanor Nangle, alias Boyd, was committed to the faid prifon for leceivingthe fame^ knowing them to be Uolen. Heeley is a young lad, and was difcharged but on Sa-tuiday lall at iht Old Baily feflion, where he was acquitted of four indi&meni*. Articles of Intelligence, tbt Postscript* of all the Papers of la ft Thurfday. They have already begun to cut wheat in fome parts of ElTex and Cambridgefhire. They writf from Hertfoidfhire, Bedford-ftiiit, and other adjoining counties, that the The courts of France xnd Spain are kid to .boiling Pame time to engage certain �ers to accede to the Family Com-tier to report the equilibrium in Eu- rope crops of barley, oats, beans, and peas, were J flru&ions It is faid that fome extraordinary freih in about four in general very bad, that poultry was very months ago, where they are at this time confined, in two different apartmems in the faid prifon, and not fuffered 10 fee or fpeak to each other fince their confinement and no reafonsadigned for adting in this rrjanner, hje ha vine ^oad ^ertificaLes of hh chara^ler ^ lea ice, and the ponds all diied up for want ofiain. Wednefday was married, at Sr. Ann's, Soho, Mr. Gilchrilt, Haipdreffer in Thrift-Uieet, to Mifs Miller, daughter of the late foreign courts. A new Board of Admiralty, if is firid, wil foon be appointed, in which the Earl of Eg nionr arid Lord Ho\vef only, will te continued Ex/raff ofa litter from Ftrfai lies, J*nt y. " When M. de Marville, Counfellor of State, who let out from "hence witk Mr, .Duplex*. tice. After which M de Marville iigniSed ro rhem, by e found to au.otiFir ;t nioft to more man :w� hundred tons 01 t the Secret Comniirfp- r^W^A O: Li lm tJ atcr.tj:; 1 U, an i not c^iirent wit.i his recwnuiL:i, and pu iicly repamajid;nfj him in tlx ..are, n; ve come to a refoiiiti *n of l.*>i..y .1 U^te of tie debts before the j:eiple, tl.a: the world ir.ay juc'^e of che truth or ;U~ cjj.-:.u*i.*.::s on whicn rhey pneeed : In: : 1 � Au.n -j rc:r into t. tl i T 1 ' m 1 r'^-^ uV.rrs th-rj xs a ri.� cjo.- � f ............. ......^% and that the gr-ujj looks excr.airiy - !>ljc that the bark-y in general ius Juh-r.d inurti fcr want of rain, and has an imprnnuimg appear* ance. In the I/Je of Wight, however, there is a fine fli-ny of all kinds; the wheat in particular looks remarkably well, and is in great forwarduefs. The f*rae gemlenun was much furprieed to obferve, on lus return to town on Tuefday, a field of oats mowed down betwixt Guilford and Epfomj and one final] piece of wheat already in the fhock^ iri the village of Tooting. A confiderable Farmer near "Witham in EfTefff has this week been informed agaiuft for fore-ftrfiling the London markets. rt Surrv, July if, 1755-. HE Gentlemen^ Clergy\ andother Fres* ' holders of this county, are dejirtd to meet at E;fom# w Twfday the �7d Irjl.*nt, at Twelve o'clock, to conjtder or a proper Perfon to fitpply the Vacancy in Parliament\ occajtonyd by Mr. bbuKGg Oh 3 low, late one of the Knights of the Shire for tie faid County\ giving accepted the Cflict of one of the Commifroners of his Majejty's Ireafury. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and other Free* holders of the County of Surry. Gentlemen, HIS Mzyejiy having been gratioyfly phafed to appoint me one of the Cornnuf-Roveri of the Treafury, and my Seat in Par to* ment being thereby vacated; I take this earliefl Opportunity of returning you my humble lhams for your former Favours 5 andAf I jJjould have the Honour to be recommended at the General Meeting at fcipfom, on the i^d, as a Candsdate to represent this County again in Parliament. IJbaS e/feem it a gnat Addition to the many Obligations already conferred op, Gentlemen^ Erni^r-Court, Tourmofi obedient and Devoted humble Servant* George Onslow. July iu J76y- To the Qemlemen, Clergy and Freeholder* of the Couvy of Worcester. HIS Majejlj having done me the Honour of appointing me Chancellor of his Exvbe* quer> my Seat in Parliament becomes vacant \ and t take the ear heft Opportunity of begging the Favour of yenr Votes and Interefl for my Re� eleBion Give me Ixave to ajfure ycu> that, in every Station. I {bail retain tte moft p$ecliona*e Regard tor my Cof.JHtuents, end tt>e mvjigrateful Strife of tie Corjidence thy fbaU be fleafe* to yiaie %n j** I with the moji fifteen &** ard+ uper BrooJc* T�ur mttji obliged and Street, Faith ul lumbte Servant, Jul/ ix, 1765. DOWl>LSWfcU*

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