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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 20, 1765, London, Middlesex ondon From SATURDAY JulV 20, to TUESDAY Jvtv 23, 1765. [Price T&o-p&ioe Hllf-pcnr.J- From the to nd ' n Gazette. Berftn, July 9. HE Prince Royal of Prulria is pretty well recovered of his late indiipofi-tio\\\ tvhich had confined him to his room fome days. Hague y "July \6. The Prince" of Orange conciiuies to eiijoy a perfect (tare 'of health at Loo. The Prince .and Priucefs of NafTau- Weilliourg have been ro vilit Amfterdam, and other parts of this province. St. James's, July ao. The King lias been pleafed to grant unto rite Right Honourable John Ea 1 of Alhluiruhain, the office of Keeper and the cultody of his Ma jelly's Great Wardrobe. The King has been pleafed to appoint the Right Hon. William Vifcoiuic Harrington to be Seer era ry at Wax. Whitehall^ July ao. The King has l�en pleafed to appoint William Tryon, Efq-, to be Captain-Generalj and Governor in Chief, in aover the province of North Carolina, in America, in. the looin of Arthur Dobbs, Eft^ decea%l, And Sir Henry Moore, Bart. Captain-Genewl, and Governor in Chief, in and over the province of New-York, and the territories depending thereon, in America, in the room of Robax Monckton, Efq; * Dividend to be made to Creditors. Hoy. 1. Mary Powell, of Shrewsbury, in the county of Salop, Linen-draper, at UnildhaJJ, X.ondon, Certificate to ki a/io^rd. Aug. 10. Jofcph Gibbons, and Chirks Freeman, of Lambeth, in the county of Smry, Soapboilers and partners. "~ C O U N T~R Y N E"\V S. Norwich, July 18. A Committee having lately been appointed, by the Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonaliy of this ciry, to return their thanks -to Edward Bacon, Efq; their Kepiefentative in Pailia-menr, for his great care and attention, in obtaining an aft for the importation cf -wheat intotbiscity, dutyfree; thefollow-ingjeyer was. lai) wedc.i&fi\ye&,bpm.Edward Bacon, �fq; 70 James Poole, Efq-t Mayor of Norwich. S I R, " I am extremely oblig'd to you, and the other gentlemen, for tranfinitting to me the order of*the Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonalty, in Common-Council airem-bled, returning me their untied thanks for the great airention and pains I took, at the requeft of the late Mayor and many principal Citizens of Norwich, in fblliciiin^ and obtaining the very beneficial aft of Parliament, for licenfing the importation of corn, duty free. '* Give me leave, Sir, to beg the favour of you to make my compliments and heany thanks to them, for the great honour they have done me, by their approbation of my conduct 5 and which gives me the molt fenfible pleafure, as it is the ambition of my life to,be approv'd by my fellow-citizens; and can allure you, that they (hall always find me ready to execute their commands, and that their fentiments, correfponding with mine, will, upon all occalions, give �e inexpreflible fatisfaftion. lam, witji thegreatefl efteem, &c. E. BACON." Woritfttr, July 18. On Sunday night laft, about ten o'clocki was feen in the air (by a perfon that was going thro'the park jof the Right Hon. the Earl of Hertford, at R*gley> ne*r Alcefter, in Warwkkfhiie) a ball of fire, of eoniiderable magnitude, to defcend from about forty or fifty degrees a-.bove the Horizon, in the eaft, with great velocity,' in a perpendicular direction. In its motion it burft intofeveral fpaiks, fome of the largeft^fee&ed to come very near the earth before they.difappeared. Oxford July to. On Monday laft at the affixes at Abingdon, for Berks, John Towers, for ravifliing and robbing Mary Davis, wasfoundguiity of the Felony, but acquitted of the Rape. - On Wednefday at the aflKzes here, John Thomfon, for ftealing. 40 fheep and zi lajubi-, received fentence of death ; as did likewife Richard Croughton, for ltealing t^o-fheep, the Property of William Crofs. Before their Lordlhips left 1 his place, Richard Croughton, fWlheep Sealing, was repreived, and Thomfon left for execution. LONDON. Sunday morning their Majefties came from Richmond to St. James's; af�er which Uicie was a dr.awing-room.at Court, but the eeu was not prsfeat,- Ttieir Maiefties dined at the Queer's pajace, and io the evening returned to Richmond. Sunday the R�v, Dr. John Berney, Archdeacon of Norwich, preached before his Majeity at the Chapel Royal. Lord Vil--countBolingbroke carried the fword of ftare. On Friday night vhe Prince of Nailau arrived in town fiom Holland. Saturday lait the Right Hon. Lord Vif-c.Unt Torrington, ami his new-mauied Lady, came to town from their feat in the country, to their houfe at \Vhi:ehall j and on Sunday they were at St. James's for the firfr. time. Saturday Sir John Cuft, Bait, fer out from his houfe in Downing-ftrcet, Welt minder, for his feat in Lincolnshire. Sunday the Right Hon. Loid Jeifey, and his fon Lord Villiers, fet out from his houfe in Grofvenor-fquare for the Bath. Same day the Right Hon. the Earl of Afhburnham fc;t out from his houfe in Do ver-ltrect, for his feat at Afhbumham in SuiTex. Same day the Right Hon. the Marquis of Oranhy fet out for the feat of his father, the Duke of Rutland, at Belvoir-caltle in Lincolnfhiie. We are informed that Lord Weymouth has refigned his place of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. On Friday laft his Majelty was pleafed to appoint the Right Hon. Loid Qjge to be Paymafter of the Penfions, in the room of the Hun. Neville Neville, Efq; HLiGiace the Duke of Grafton, Secretary of State for the Northern department, has appointed Lovell Stanhope, and Richard Stonehewer, Efqrs. robe his Sect eta. tes. The Right Hon. Mr. Secre:ary Conway has appointed Michael Perer Monn, and Chriltopher Roberts, Efqt1-. 10 be t tie Af-filtant Undei Seae aries in his � irke. It is fa: : ins VJajeity'i Victualling-office in the ( of London is going ;o be :egu-la;ed l, -on-i now plan, aid uva. cujjea of all the co:, rr.cts made for the lalt feven years will foon be ui acted obe mad-out. We hear the following gc -'.lernen are ap-poined, by t.he Hon. Cominiilioyers of longitude, to receive a difcuvsiy of the ininci-ples of the Time-keeper, invented by Mr. John Hairifon, for a difec-very of the Longitude at fea : The Rev. Mr. John Mi;ch-tlf, late Woodwarjian Profedbr at Cambridge; the Rev. Mr. William Ludlam, Fellow of St. John's Cambridge ; Mr. John Biid, mathematical inftriunent-maker, in the Suand ; Mr. Thomas Mudge, watchmaker, in Flect-ilrcec ; Mr. William Maibevvs, watch-maker, in Fleet-ftree*. j and Mr. Laicum Kenda!, watch-maker, in Fuini -al's-inn-court. Extrart of a later from Cadiz, June i 8. ," Private letters from Buenoi-Ayres inform us, tliat 500 Englifh or Ponuguefe had been fent up the country, but for what reafjn is not known. Ten or twelve were alfoput on board a friga'e of war, in oider to their being brought hither." On Saturday the Eagle, fiom Greenland, with three filh, arrived in the River. A (hip from Gouenbarg, Gabiiel Derun-der, bound 10 France, is lolt on the coalt of Norway. Sunday morning the Lady of Richard Middleton, Efqj member for the Borough of Denbigh, and Lord Lieutenant of the faid county, was fafely delivered .of a daughter at his houfe in Albermai le-ltreet. Dame W hilimina Petets van Goer, widow, an inhabitant of Nimeguen, died there the 7th inft. at the age of icz years. Friday night vdied fuddenly as he was going to bed, Mr. Hutching*, a Taylor, of Finch-lane, Cornhill. Saturday morning laft died at his lodgings at Hackney, of a paralitic diforder, Mr. Jonathan Adams, formerly a very eoniiderable dealer in hops, in Southwaik. On Saturday Sir John Fielding committed James Furfeau to New Prifon, Cierken-wcll, the faid Furfeau ftanding charged, on the oath of Edward Wiighr, with receiving a gold watch, knowing the fame to be lto-len, and feloniouily obtained. On Saturday Robert Pell, Efq; committed Mo>er . Abra'ms to New Prifon, being-charged, on the oath of lfrael Cohen, for receiving of John M'KerGe, two pint filver mugs, me properly of William Abievvaid, knowing that the fame had been itolen. Articles ^/Intelligence, &>c. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Saturday. His Royal Highnef's the Duke of Gloucefler has iignirkd- his intention of foon vifiting ilie Univer/ities of Oxford and Cambridge, in which he will be attended by one of hi* brothers. We heltr that a yacht will b.- jjiia of Mecklenbufgh, who is coming o;i a viae to their MaJelUes j and, it. is f.iid, her Sereue Highnefs will anive here before the Queen's lying in. Letters.from Ratifton inform its, thnt there Is great talk there of a marriage between the Dnice Chaliliis, frcond Tcu) of his .S,ird.�ii.in Majelly, ^i:c! the Aichdutchefs Clrilliiu, f:coi;d daughter of their Ihijienal Majrfties, eiteeiaed one of the' finefl Punceflis 111 L'urope. It's thought that this marriage will be drcLred during the li,y of the Imperial #ourc at ItifprtRk ; and 'tis addeil, tlut the confiderable cflal'lnh ment winch the King of Sardinia has ah e.id^-aiQigned that Prince, will be augmented with the city and teiritory of Sr. Kenio, and other neighlwuriiig fiefs of the Empire, with the confeut of the whole Germanuic body. Friday an officer, in a pa. rictiiar department of State, went to St. James's, and as he was approaching the clofer of his Sovereign with his green bag, in order to traiifadl the buftnefs of his office, he was met by a Xo'lrmaii at the door, who informed him, that he lud jufl luffed the King's hand as his fuccelfor : acmtlm-ftancethat ailrrcle.! muchmmh. It is expedted rh.= r orange calor.red filks and ribbands will lhortly be the fafhion among(t the fair ("ex. We are informed fome (.'ifpoiitions are now upon the carjxrr, with regard to the if]..nds of jerfey and Guertif-y, which, it is laid, wij 'i in a lesv d.i)>s, to bn^ d 10 f.i:l, !i';e:i 5o4' bring in a clear revenue of jo,eco 1. per annum to the crown There having been great fnccefs in the whale fiihery rhis yea-, it is expected it will reJ.uce the price of oil We hcu- from 'onthatrpton, tli.it the E�rl of Egmont curr"r, Capt. Mndj;e, on the 7111111-ltant, ehaced cn fhort near flie Ifje of'Sark in the channel, a fnu.^gling lugger, with teas and brandy, from Havre dr-grace to Monnubay, which, in a few minutes, was beat ro piei.es. There ;,r: no lefs than nine lndinis and Kl.icks lately admitted to hi -.ly Order?, who arc preparing ro embark f.ir their reipe.'hve miflions to America and the coaft of Cjumea. Private letters from Paris f.y, that Count d'Ertaing, les are to he obferved in the mixture of earths for fertilizing them." Ex trail of a letter from Paris, July 7. rh of Augull, l.etween the Hours of Two and Fi\e in iheAftern 'on, At the Swan, in rhe Town of Kingcon, Heretordlnue, AFreehold Eftate, caJbJ Barton, of about the 3rearly \'alue of 150I. the Buildings are 111 gout! ke,>aii, 1 lie Lands very inure, and in neat and. good Condition, though capable of great Improvement, and being made in rtie higheft Perfection, a.s it lies fo contiguous co the Market Town brforen.e.tioned (w!u-re tjiuu is plejitj- and cheap) tlut 20 Loads at L-alt n^iy be came.! 111 a Day. aid laid cn the Land, gicat Pair of which, may alio he " aterevi at t.-e Dilcretion of the Proprietor. The Situation of K.iito 1 is remarkably 1 leafuit a'Ki liealrhy. tor Jurthtr Panicnl.irs tuijuiic of Mr. Edward Profltr, ac B :% me Chancellor of bis Hxthe-ciuer my ij^at in rariiarncsU becomes i/acard \ ar;d I t.ike the e.irl/cfl Opportunity "f heggjng ifhe F.t-jcuf or yw y.-/es and Irttrefi fcr .rvy, Re~ e'elixft Give me Le.ivc (0 affuee ftu, thai, in every St. j!ituf}:ti and the m&flgraie-1'ul'ficZf of the Ccvjidetue tb . 1 with tiemeft Jimen Re- tt p/.n e in >:/>, card, L:pl;er J'rook- Strecr, fulv 11, 1-/7 T.-ur >/:(�/} obliged and I'uiib :il himhle Servant, DOWDhSWELf; xv/� IL L f A M LAW R A N C �, ol *' * Thair.e v,\ i!;e Coumy of Oxford, the norel BeJ^haIi^er, has, tor fo.ne Years, made Ba3soo(;s for the Sho^ in London ; the Prizes there being rao low, tnoughf pro,ier tq acquaint die ingenio-is I'eriormers on that In-ttrumeni, that they may have them of lam, the Maker, very neat, and warranted g^od, at Two Guineas aivl a Kalfe.�h : Any Peif li ttiat t^kes three, or moie, to fell again, Hull liave fuffi- cieivr Aiion-Ai.ee. S U K R r. To be Lett, arid enter'd on imrnediately^ Ac Ki igdon ujmn l^hanies, . ' ( THAT wei known and acCtiRomjd Inn, the Cast lk: 1 he BuJ.ntfs v\ ill be canied o;i as ufual tifi letc. Ei"i'.iic as above. N. B. Pott Ci.ad'.s, -obd fioJb, and nr^u1. DrLuers. To be SOL D, "* Purfuant to a Decree of tie iiich Court of Chart* eery, oejore 1'hnv.j.s harru. R/f, cr-e cf tijC M.tfienef the faid C^urt, at La Chambers in LtncJi'i Inn, TH � fevsral Freehold Eltates lzti t'f John T01.I.I, of He-, erjt-y, n\ tite County of i'ork, Innholder, dt-ce-iJe.L -ir:her Notice ot the l'in:e, and Pircicu.'ars o""fuc.i Sale will be give.i in tins and ether P..>r__. )UR Cotuc ot Ci I tvoUAN 1" m a Decree of ths HigH h e excluded the Bct:e.*u of the faLl Decree- but, for tne Convenience of inch of the far J Creditors as reh-.le in or near the faid County, a Comuiiilicin, (or fucli Creditors to re-.--ceiye-their Lyelits, will be lielu at the f.'oufe of M s. Af.ue 'loli!. h.mg the Tygcr Inn in Bevtfr-Je/ aforefai 1, on Monday the 26th of A'jgufr ; when and where fu h (.reduors nuv attend and piove their l>ebts under 1'uch Commifhon.. To be S OTo; TH E Fee Siaiple and Inheritance irf i'oflertioji of hjI that Dweiimg Hotifej* with the Yard thereto l�lougtng, wherein is a new Shade; lately in th- Ocaujaticni of .Mr. Edward Bre-acxer, Siiipwright, deceas'd ; togfthei; with the Quay before the faid Tard, adjoining to tne River, in clia Town of i'optiiam ih ttie County of De^ on ; the faid Yard containing^ iii Length within else Walls 167 Feet, and hi Breadth 49 Feet; the Sha'.e in Length qi F&r; and in Breadth 20 Feet; the Quay in Lengtl]. 100 F e talted at the above Warehoufes. Samples of the latter Sorts, at 2 s. 6d. per Qtiarf. Direct to CHARLr.S WEN MAN and Co. Ro.val Lxci'.ange, and they fnaJl be delivered in or near Town (one Gallon or upwards)' Carriage free. �� "R U M a-:d B R A N D Y", imixjrted and fold on the Cu'iom-houfe Quy, by the Piece or Puu-cnennonly. at the lowelt 1'rices. Very old'and exceeding fine PORT, MOUN"-. TALN and LISBON, Wholefale, or at lHs. per Doien.---Kir prefenr Money only. _ (. afks, Bottles, 6cc. to be paid rbr, which fhall be allow'd wlsen return'd._______ A CAUTION to the P rj b l r c T H E great Demand for Doctor- W.V.;\.LK's Patest Jesuits Duors, v i -1 g induces f'^nie P.iUr.s to 1 c li a viie �_>..upi)Hiion! ui-.Jer die ib-jve Nam; 'l'tle ; thcrciuic it 1-, proper a^auJii:: l'ublic in ye--eial ( hit eacii Bottle, is," lakd i:h 1 r, "A'alnei's N me.) They a-e the ' A ' pleaiau: and iiitailible l.'uie tor aH Uejioieifes, jr. bcxe�, occaliun'ii by Strains, Mercurials, ^:C. anfl in'. 1, all CiCis of a certain Uiforder, and have no Mc'rcUiw^' i:; tlieir Compofition. To b: ha J a: our ^Virchoufe, the Bjbic'.and Cr, c'ic 1 -p. cr-eiid of Flect-Lanc in the Old B�ily, t ties 01 js.ur 1 s. fid. each, IcaJcd up, With proj rcitions. Advict tir?n �x�tis br' e . s , r c ViuXit Vfr.t'ati WZSStilS an,
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