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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 23, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. $88? From TUESDAY Jclv 23, to THURSDAY July 25 I765 [Price Tworpehce Half-pehnjf $rbm the London C As ugrchandize 1 Sing hasheen pkaftd   to   gram ujuo V/illiam Dig* by, Matter of Arts, one �>f hit Maje- fiy\ Chaplah Ordinary, the place and dignity of a Canon of thrift Chumb, in Oxford, void by the death countries, the-King ha* appointed, that duties of the exportation {hall be paid 10 the foreign I iti*rkof in office belonging to the Court of | fan (baud ney t Cuftom-houft in copper � Direflors, it is faid, have ovement* under confiden further, i by purehafing more houfes in and about Gornhili. Cheery to \yQ orders* by which he frau-dulfptfjy obtained a tricing fura. evening, Mr. Samuel Tohnfon, a in the corn trade, was hwayman oa his return in Effex, who robbed- The "been eeting at Ipfwich races, that ift con^fe^hje defcfar ftopt fijf $ fingfa |ii to low'h^mlj him of E|i|w|iv Mond^ of Rouu% made a ge Turn (even guineas, order of the Juftices 'rball, theConftables h in Biack-boy-alley, Tburfday laft a journeyman Watchmaker of Ipfwich, feeing his fweetheart on the courfe at the races there, was fo fired with jealoufy, that he immediately ftabbed him-^ felf in the groin with a large clafp knife : Qtaldhail* London, July      f a furgeon wasfent for, who gave it as his opinion, that his life wa& in imminent dan- Dr. Philip Etfton T� "^"J remit*. M-maH in Vkftnuofttr ger Monday a great cricket on EnoineForeft between *> Sept- 3-    * .       a **� Charto Scfaaw Ciror?ttr of Cwentry-ftreet Piccadilly, Merchant, at GuUdhaJJ, Jul) i01* *** i0 Editors. Aug*       -John. Stfiitb, rf. H^fe Wycomb, __ _ Bbe�^ttOi&ire, Liurfiw-toper,. at the I for a'conftderable wVrct. The Blade Bear in Reading. ill^^ another courts and alieys adjacent, 6^\hScethey took out fifty-nine men, ^eo**/iwi boys, thirty-three of wboxft wfiecimiifd (o New Prifon, and twenty-&t ur&ftrfcfoytU bridewell. Tuefday mqrtjio^t^ piafter of a public- hou^ein Soujhwark, the information of an accomplice, was ta^en in:o cuftody by two Conltibtef, on a $j|iarge of receiving ftolen goods of 1 umpire, who were eoi- the Kivfer of ployed 10 Thames : unload ihip9 in but bcfote the Officers c4uld tlemen of the parifh of Ley ton-ft one, and the fame �umber of thole orWalihamftow, | have hip before aMagiftrve he was refcued out of their cuitody, and got clear off. Ang- 13. Rktoad Enchjaarch, and Frana Enchroarcb, of perron in Devon Jhire; Merchants and Partners, at Guildhall. Cur T IF I CAT E to teedfawei. �ugt 13, Archelaus Rickord, of Exeter, Hard warenua and fciaberdafher. gentlemen went in fir ft, andgof 44 notches, af er which the others went in, and got 87, and then the firft went in again and got 72. noiches more j going We hear bid Royal Highoefc the Duke of Gloucefter fet out fromBrtehtbelmftone on Sunday inormng at ten o'clock for Southampton \ and har he will return in a few days toBrigbtheimftonejand propofegfpend-iDg a week av Tttnbridge Wells. We hear from Luton in Bedfordshire, that the Right Hon. the Earl of Bute gave a munificent entertainment, laft Friday, to feveral of the JateM again, firit men going in, notwithstanding the odds went greatly in favour of the l*eytdn-ft one players, as they have beat all the pari flies round. ' Tueftlay the workmen employed in arching over Fleei-ditch, found a quantity of money there, grown quite black, which thev carried to h Silverfmifh. and. on exa- Tuefday werecb'mnlitred from rhe  ubHc office in Bow*ftrcet, by Sir John Fiejfling, Jane "Smith, otnerwife Whalebone, other-wife Monk, to Newgate, charged wi-h '    " " Mr. they beat them with only the two j burglarioufly entering the houfe.of Frazier, aconfiderableFarmerat Weft Wy- comb in Kent, and ftealing upwards of 50 1. in money j Kiciiard Hogsfle(h to the Gate-houfe, for ftealing poultry from Mr. Carter, inn-keeper at Iver in Buckinghamshire ; Margaret Burton to the fame prifon, for picking the pocket of Mr. Benjamin Tom-linfon of a fum of money, in order to take raination, feveral of the pieces turned out to J ^heir trials at the enfuingaflizes and feflions WiUi �__ Early on Tuefday morning halfne for their refpeflive offences j as were feveral other per fons to different prifons, char-wit h felony, for further examina- ged 4 hat Nobility Ri�ht who Efq; came irom His leat incucwumi hishoufeteSt. jSm^s Race. On Sunday laft General Trapand, cafflf frph^theGrenades in theBtiti&Que H� MajeftY has appointed - ifa^ tfq; to be private Secretary for the Elefto rate of Hanover, in the root* of Mr. Witich, who is returning home. New commiflions tsf the pea^ it isTaid will foon paft the feais, for the counties o: Middlefex, Effex, and Surry. Tuefday the Blue regiment of the Citj Militia, commanded by the Hon. Sir Robert Ladbroke, Knu was muttered and ex- heArtillery ground the Hon. Marouis of Taviftock was farely delivered of a ion and heir, at his houfe in Great Rufiel-ftreer. On Monday Mr. James Sibley, a weal* thy farmer and Grazier at Wheat-hill farm near <3odalmin, was married in the 65th year of his age, to Mifs Anne Francis, his hovfelteeper, aged ji ; there were 6% couple at the wedding dinuer,- and foonerry a wedding hai notteh known in that co\in~ On Monday w3s married Mr. Vanderzee, Attorney at Law, of Billericay in Effex, co Mifs Mead of the fame place. Tuefday was married at St. Marg tion.- c�r. /' Weftminfte Taplin, �fqj Weft miflfter. Mr, # ? -� in ih l/U 0/   Lefley, a Scotch merchant. Extr^ of a Utter from R*mM% tn m IJU Al. _ T - .____ Mam, dated tbt 14/b infi u His Majefty was proclaimed at Caftle-town the nth, in great folemntty and ord^. The form of the proceSon, and the Governor's fpeech to the people, was very polite, and greatly to the purpofe; the like pKiclamation was made here yefterday, by Pyf n Norway, has left a considerable fnm for the eftablUhment of a houfe defiined for the reception and maintenance of indigent per-fons, whofe good conduct and misfortunes render them worthy to be adftutrtd. We hear from Kent and Surry, that they have rhe greateft plenty of walnuts in tliofe fummer. half elegant ball ihe principal merchant* and thelfle, wereprefent. The Dragon man of war, from La V#ra jfruz, is arrived at the Havannah. The James,-Mills, from Qf^nland, is if'fii/pH m the River wWi four fifli; the iears They write from Buckinghamftiire and Ox- call0ungs) werc^ned one ihilling each be imprifoned in the counter one mo and to find fureties for their good beha* for twelve months, themfel'ves in a recog that 4d Hertfordlhire, that man) at county, in i mix At ion thofe at Worcelter, are preparing to brew large S^ifing-Sun, Cha berB, from ditto, in ditto, withThree fifh; and the Advenfcue, Reed, from ditto, at Yarmouth Roads, with two London, which fi(h. The Fortune, Leai to Pifcataqua, its loft. Grenades June zg. nizanceof aol. each, and their furetiea in I Ttirfc,^nf" porter, after'the manner of that a recognizance of to], each. - Tbeie is at prefent in Cierkenwell Bridewell, a woman with a child not twelve months old, which was bpro in Tothii- Publicans ^y an ordinance iiTued the 19th ot tins month, the King hath judged proper, by advice of ihe States, to enjoin, that for the future all merchandize imported into the j   ja t      *        I I except fields Bridewell, and by the removal ot 11 a aioiher, baptized in Newgate j its Godmother is now under fcotence of death in thai place, and the Gadffeihenr was hanged at ihe hit execution at Tyb�r|�. Oh Sa:ufday a man was Commit ted hy the Ri-ht ipoed May fell it at three-pence a pot. atu-day h(i the officers pf the enftoms at Margate, in Kent-, made a confiderable f?mire of foreign watch chain?, hoar and minute bands, with a quantity of ropaz and amethyft (tones, ready cur, which were concealed in a falfe lining of a trunk, landed that morning from on board a vefiel in rhe road. We hear from Alnwiek, that on Saturday Kingoom. WWVWVT r7ie    Poultrf compter for furtHtfr examination,    evening Utt a poor woman was unfortunately cuftomed *a�yB� to K_P^)�f^ | nn fj^aa of haW Ibrged an entering J km to death in a very deplorable manner : i*r CuJiom*houfe one rixdoUar and nobody near, it is fupyoAf ihe had tonered againit rhe fjrej  arid being infteblefl with age- coukl m^ke iierft]f no Afifhuice, but expired in the moll miftrabJe aagnifli,  lying againlt the bars,  with her body almoft burnt, before her nuiband (who had not been half 411 hour out} re* turned Friday fome then, in digging up a piece of ground belonging to Mr. Rulings, Sile-maker in Bermondfty.ftreer, Sour^vark, found fit? human flculh, and feveral bones, of an extraordinary C�, within two foot of rhe&rface of rhe earrh, fuppofed to h^ve beeli buried there a great number of years. H Oentlemen, Glerey, of the County of Surry; GENrreMe.v. NG bad the Honour of nojnivuted rous Meeth$ at Epfow, nfierdyU* tQan&iZ* toreprefent this County again ; / take this fir ft Opportunity of retmmimg nwjt ptdhfed Thanhs% and of bergirq a Continuance 9f your Favour by honour-.? t?y> with pur Vote and I*terrft at the Elect.on^ of  out Lightecri Years pf A^e, of a, rr.oderate horrune would be^iad to board in any repuchie FamiJy^ at any Diilance, not exceeding Hfcy Miles, and nnrJefs than twenty from London ; where tie faid Gentleman can b^ etlucated h-y tlit Matter of the Family in the CiaHics^ aiwl dther genteel BraJiches of Learning, and where the Mairer ^vill treat him as a Companion, an^ not as a Scholar, Any Perfon dif^fedrn treat will phafe to di-'eSEt to A. Z. at rhe Beileifle Coftee houfe, in "Mirre-Court, FJeer-Stre^t> London. To be SOLD; Together or in Parcds, THE Three Manors of Suton at Hat9E, Ga ahdis  n,and-Rou g hili; with all the Lands, Hereditaments, Woo !sj Qtiit-Rents^ and Appurtenances thereanta beloji^mg^ coutaxningatove 1000 Acrerj of the yearly Vi-lue of about 7^1. and lyinft in the feveral Pa-rilhes of Sutton at Hone, Dartford, Darinth, and Wilmington ; late the Estate of John Lethieul-lier, Efij dec&ifed. T)re thne Manors adjoia to one another, are of great fcjxtenr, are molt delightfully Unrated and the Manhon-iioufe of $urron at Hone is abofit three Miles from Dart-ford, and i8from London, Enquire of Mr. Ford, in Colerhan-Street ; or of Mr. Brounton, Linen draper, dppoiite Southampton-Street, in Holbourn. *#* Mr. Brounton will attend from Monday next, tl e 29th Initanr, to rhe Saturday fallowing, ar the Black-Roy at Dartford, to ihew the Prcmifes._" .  _ . To  be  SOLD, TH E Fee Simple and Inheritance in Poileflion of all that Dwelling Houfe, with the Yard thereto l*longing, wherein is a new Shade: lately in the Occupation of Mr. Edward Breacxer, Shipwright, deceas'd j together with the Quay before the faid Yatd^ adjoining to the River, in die Town of 'fopfham in the County of Devon; the feid Yard containing* ift Length within the Wails 167 Feet^ and Breadth 49 Feet; the Shade in Length 91 Feet* and in Breadth 20 Feet; the Qtoy in Length 100 Fcec, and in Breadth 63 Feet; beirrg the Got calculated, the moft.convenient and commode ous Place in the Vett of England for building Ships. For which Purpofe a Survey will be held od Saturday the 17th or luguft*) at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Globe Tavern in the faid Town of Topfhjm ; in the mean Tithe Ap* plication may be made to Mr. Parker, or Mt* Wood, inTopfham, or Mr. Stoodly, in Expter. To~be^Sl3ir t>; Either feparate or together, by Auftioh of other wile^ On Tuefday the ioth of Augurt^ between th on, At the Swan, in the Tpwn of Kington^ Hereford fliire, AFreehold Eftate, called Barton^ of about the yearly Value of i?oL thi Buildings are in good JRe^air, the Lands very iiuire, and in neat and good Condition, though capable of great Improvement, and btfirig made in the highelt Perfection.* as it lies fo conriguoui to the Market Town befUeimntioiitfd (wherf Dung is plenty and cheap) that 10 Load* -H-ait iay be carried in a Day, and hid cm the Lanc^ great Pair of which may aifo b^ watered al the Difcrerion of the Proprietor. The Si:uar ion of Barton is remarkably 1 leaCint arid healthy. For further Particulars ciioutrt dfftf ft Edwara PttllTer, at B*rcbn afortrflid} i bonus PrciJcrj at Mr. Penny's, Apoih*eary, in Red- lion-Srraec* Holbourn, London, anUI^oruas Profit i>n^ gift, in Salop.   

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