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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 27, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The London Numb. 5^9 From SATURDAY July 27, to TUESDAY July 30 [Price Two-pence Haif-pc n v Fro doitGazette. July 6. N the 3d inftant,. ift rhe evening, the Princefs of Parma Wight, at eleven o clock laft verDor Vanfittart is on board Go- Bedford affizes, Thomas Ruffhead, | To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Fieea good health. regi ent of the Mid- 1   � made her entry L this city with numerous fuite, s efcorted by a co pany df the Di of Parma dlefex militia, commanded by Sir Thomas Frederick, Bart, are, in purfuance of an order of a general meeting of the Lord Lieu  tenant and Deputy Lieutenants of the faid county, to be inTothill fields, Weftininfter, on Thurfday next, the firft day of Augult, at five' o'clock in the morning, to receive Guaids. As foon as *keir arms an(* accoutrements, and to march the Princefs paOed    frora whence to Hounilow, to be quartered the fuft gate of the fnburbs, ihe was &luted by rot piece* of caanbn ; and when appeared in fight of the port, kis Majefty's fhip the Centu-rio% Commodore Harrifon, and the Guadalupe, the timu Cape. Rurhvcn* fainted each with 21 evening the Princefs received guns. Republic's deputation 6f hx wenrJemen and fix Ladies; and the nelt day ihe was cotnpli-jnextted by ataoft all the Nohiliry of both fcttu The-Pxtncefs took an airing on the iea yttoday evening, with two of the Republic's jaJliets and, on paflingby his Majetty's (hips Centurion and Guadalupe, was faiuted with ao gnus from each (hip. Hon. William Thjs day the Right of Dartmouth, Richard Vifcoanf Howe, and George Lord Edgcumbe, vrere, by his Majefty *s command, fworn of jps 3Wajefly*s Mod HonouraMe Privy Council. StTjamtfsy July %j. The King has been pleafcd to grant unto Jofeph M-wbey, of Bot-Jeys, in the eoumy of Surry, Eft}; and his heirs of Jus body lawfully Baronet of Great B& tain. N riede^ck Sfaepheard, of the paritti of Sr. Thorns the Apoftle, in the county of Devon, Clothier and Horpreflman, at the GJobe ta- 20. Aug. zo, and Exeter, July Sept. 7. dividends to be made to Creditors. Aug. 14.   Richard Robins, Jate of St. Neott in the county of Huntingdon, Qtocer, the Whit* Bear in Cambridge. Attg. 19. of Berks, Deal Newbury Bear iare of Gutnon �wling Li of Suffolk, Merchant, at the Wreftlers inu 1 i in ored Aug. 12. rmout of Innholder Canterbury. Viilia Aug. 24.   ViJiiam Flint, of Tooky-ftreer, fiouthwark, in the cowry of Surry, Haber-dafher, at Guildhall, London John Lines, of Toubridge* in the county W Kent, Pemke-maker, at Guildhall, London. cmitificatbs to bt allowed.. Aug. 17.   fcyrle TJiomas Wall, Jate of Swal-tow-ftrect, in the paritti of St. James, Weft- minfter, but now of the King's Bench Pri- fon, Coachmaker. } Hugh Rofe, now or late Qf Eaft Cowcs, in the Ifle of Wight, Merchant. William Webb, of Woodchefter, in the county of Gkwcefter, Dyer. Jonathan^ Whebell, now or 4ate of Sherbome-iane. London, Calendar. 1 1 L  O  N   D  O   N. Sunday morning their Majefties came from Richmond to rile Queen's palace, after which there was a drawing-room at Court \ at which feveral of thoNobility, and Foreign Minifters, were prefent. The Queen was not at Court. Same day the Right Hon. and Rev. Dr. Seymour, Canon of Windfor, and fecond brother to his Grace the Duke of Somerfet, preached before his Majefty at the Chapd Royal; Lord Malham carried the fword of Same day the Right Hon. the Earl of Hertford waited  on his Majefty at St. James's* for the firft time fince his return fom Paris, and wasgracioufly received. Extra8*f a Utter from Befl*n9 May?. " We Iwve at length, in this Province, acquired tfte arr of making pot-aflj of fo ftrong an alkali ihat it will foon be preferred to the Hungarian afh by the Soap-boilers and Glafs-makers. Befides the profits re-fUlting fr'om itsfale, We have two other advantages 5 for in making it, we clear away our woods, and mend our land. The various premiums that have been offered have fo much encouraged this manufa�ture, that all our Farmers are now fetting about making pot*afl>, Two (hips are at this time aftually loading with it, and in fix weeks* third will be ready. Tbefe afhes lie in a fmail compafs. All other kind of trade is this year very dull.0 ExtraS of a letter from fortjmeutb, Ju.lytJ. inftant Med way man c 1 the Eaft Indies, in the neighbourhood thereof, in ordor to be trained and exercifed for z8 days, as the aft direfts. Tuefday was married at Lynni in Nor- M ffh Thurfday laft was married at Newark, the Kev,-Mr. Ireland, to Mifs SnelL Thurfday was married at Shrewfbury, Thomas Manaton, of Stafford, �fqj io Mifs Grace Fletcher, of that place. Capu Ta^butt, of the Hafelfoor, who is arrived in the river from Jamaica, failed the firft of June, and brings an account of the death of the Lady of William Henry Lytdeton, Efqj- Governor and Commander in Chief of that iiland. Saturday morning died, at his boufe at Poplar, in the 64th year of his age, Capt. Jofeph Hofkins, one of the oldeft commanders in the Gutney trade. There is now finifiung, at an eminent Upholder!* in Fenchurch-ltreet, the furniture of the communion-table, pulpit, and defks, for the church of St. Andrew in Jamaica, being ihe gift of James Barclay, Efq; It is reckoned to be the moft elegant thing of the kind ever made in England, being of crimfon velvet, richly ornamented with gold-lace fringe and tatfcls. Extract of a letter from Lay ton, July 16. " The intenfenefs of the heat yefterday made me attend to my thermomeier, and the height of the liquor by Farenheit's fc3le, at five o'clock in the evening, in a hall paved with maihle, fronting weit, was 79; and on being expofed to the rays of the fun, it rofe full two degrees above 96, the higheft ni3rk in thai fcaleof the ifceFmomdrer." The following threatening letter was found, on Saturday thesicth inft. about noon, in the garden belonging to George Cruwys, Devon, Serge-maker: George Guwys if you Dont put 11 Gunnisout under your Backe Doui-Berwu iz a ad 1 to help the Prilnors wcill Vire your Houfe or By God wee will Moider you Take this for Warning." The young man who jumped off London bridge inio the river, a few days fince, proves to be a fervam at an eminent tavern Well For ftealing rhfee cows, was capitally con-vidled, and afterwards reprieved. Articles^IwTRLiaaBKCE, from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Saturday. It is now fcid' that his Royal Highneft the Duke of York will pay a vifit to the Court of Vienna betore his return, ro England, having rectiveU a very polite invitation from their Imperial Ma>eities for that purpofe. It is whiipcred rhat tlie bufiiiefs a great man's journey to France, isabfolutely to colled fufficient mareriais to fupport an / tnt. It is faid tbkt the Secretary to - is a flrongly fufptBed Roman Catholic. His brother was a kx*w* jPapilt, and Li the laft rebellion. It is reported, that when the new M-y was fettling, the D. of N told the M. of R. char he mult be F-ft L- of the T. His Lord-ihip ol)jedled on account of his inexperience. " it dc^s not fignify, my Lord (repjitd his G*-) F-ft L- of the T. you mult be. Care will be taken to appoint jroper peifons to aifiit your Lofdlhip i� the t*jt**fs of your depart- H of the Cpunty of Surry. b n t l b ft( b n ^AVlNGhad the Hcnzur of lekt lent dilpof. Lnrdfhip not qualified there3 I am ready to undertake tbat part of your office myfelf.M We are told, that on the firft rumour of the late changes, a celebrated Commoner wrote a letter to a great Lawyer, which was to the following purport or tenor : " Sir, I am informed chat you are fhoxrlyro be removed from your office, and it is reporred that I am the adv-ifer of your removal. I deny it. On the contrary, did rhe circumftances of the tiroes allow me to take a poft in the Admi-uiftratiou, I lhould think myfclf happy in the afliftance of a perfon, in that high office, of your experience and abilities.    I am, Sir, &c" office faid co be at length fiiully fectlcd, as follows; LordCamlsden to hare the ^reat -e;J, in the room of Lord Noithington, who retires. Mr. Vorke to have the Cliiet Jnilicelhip of the Cominoil iJieas, with a Peerage Richard Hulley, baU]\ Atrorney-Gv3neraJ  and Johji Dunning, Efq; Soiicicor General. The late Attorney and solicitor Geueral to have patents of precedence. Lords, it is faid, will loan be ; raifecJ to the dignity of Earls ot that kingdom, j Preparations are making at the Duke of Cumberland's lodge for a Hite hunting match on Wxndfor fbreit, for the entertainment of Count of Tiverton,  in the county ot | Beurinck, the Prince of NaflCin, and other fo- reign perfonages of diitinftioiu unanimoujly nominated, by a very ?:itme~ rout Meeting at Epfom^ Ttferdny, m a Ca.-;.tui.:te to 'reprtfent this County ogam \ I ttJ - a /> prft Opportunity of returning my weft Fr^t'%, and of betrgtng a Continuance o\ ycur ^ xr by honouring me with your Vote and L"tcrj -it th: E/e&iony of vcbich due Not he will oe ^rjen. � R*%e the Honour to be, Gentlemen, 'Kmber-Coiirt, Tourmofl obaged and July 24, 1765V Devoted**Sen-ant, _George Onslow. NY Perfon having a Lite Lftafc;, and wanting l.-*> raiie Monej- u.ereon, may le iupplied, by applying to Mr. Robert Garnett, Attorney at j^ia , at his Ciiaiiibers, No. 18. in Cjen^nf's Inn, one pair of Stairs; who h�is many thonfend Pounds now readj' to difjx^fc of in that Way. N & Principals only will be treated with, and Le'ters, Poft ;xii efore MichaelnTas nert, ACuinpkte well bred Pack of Harriers, not exceeding Twenty Couf le they muft It iiandiorae, lonj^, go apace, and have fome C*'t, and carry iighc Tongues, not exceeding eighteen Indies high ; The Hunrfman and his Horfe will Jikewiie be uken, if approved of. No Toi^-n hounds wiJl t!o, jiorany flit v. hat anfwtjsclie above Defcripdon, as a good Price wiJl be gaivcii� Irany cicntleman lias fnch a Pack to dii'txife or, and will pltafe to fend a Letter, dirdLd to Mr. John Reufe, at Newbold, near Shipfton n; on S(owei, U'orceiterihire, defending the Kind, ai'd what Sort of a Coun* xry they have been ufed to, and where to be feen, they {hall !,e waued ot. Ten Thousand Pounds Being thought by n.am  t o 1-i^ge a Sum to come to one l-'erfon onh T has induced A. and C CORBETT, ar 1 tit it ' ".orrect and ^orruj.aft State-Lottery Office, facing St. Dunftan's Church, Fleet-Street, to trf)en a lar^e Variety of Tickets into Si ares ; fo that many Families may receive greit Advantage thereby, and for the following r fmall Sum**, viz. A Sixty-fourth A 'I hirty-lecon A Sixr emh An Eighth A Fourth Half J. o o s. 4 7 0 iy 1 10 o o 3 6 d. o 6 o o ..1 1 ! We hear an additional duty is intended to be laid Oil all foreign wearable goods that {hall, for the future, be imported, with a view of in-crea/iug the fale of the manufactures of this kingdom, and to find con (hint employment at home for our own manufacturers. They write from Copenhagen, that the King of Denmark has lately prohibited the exporta- infter, but- the body is not yet I tionofoak, from Norway, under fevere penal- m found. Laft Friday the roof of a new houfe, which was almolt finifhed for Mr. Leech, Maft-maker at Rotherhnhe, where the late dreadful fire broke out, fell tn, and a man who was at work upbn it fell into the ties. From Philadelphia we learn, that the following gentlemen aie appointed Stamp-officers for By which, from upwards of One H.undre.1 .v Fifty to FiveThom'uid Pom   I^h y fici R ESH SpawWa Thames upon a bed of mud, and received   for New Hampfhire and Rhode-Ifland. no hurt, tho* it was three itories high. On Thuifday evening lait the new Worcefter ftage coach, coming to town, was overturned at Bays-Water by the Coachman belonging to another ftage ; feveral of 'the paffengers, efpecially a gentlewoman and her three children, were teiribly bruifed, but happily no lives loft. A profecutio*ris commenced againft ihe faid coachman by the parties injured. The Excifeman who was detefted in M John Soap- mentioned in our paper of Saiuiday laft, made his efcape whilft the (^onitable was fp.archincr his cheft. and has. fince the faid bee Fury matter Builder, in Early on Saturday morning laft the " Mr. Frior> ap eminent Great Ruflfel - ftreer, Bloomibury, who is principally concerned in rebuilding the faid itreet, was broke open by forae villains, who Hole from thence ealh and notes to the amount of 70L At Gloucefter affizes, Thomas Dee was capitally convifted for hoife-ftealing, and received fentence of death, but was afterwards reprieved. At Cambridge aOizes, Thomas Beifon, for ftealing a geldinR, the property of Mr. Siallybiafs, of Barkway in Henfordfhire, was condemned to be hanged, but reprieved J ter, for fheepltealing, was capi ally con-vifted, and received fenrenceot death, but o Ifte was reprieved befoje Judges left tlj From Newport in Rhode Ifland, we are in- rtfbrd in Con- nedicuc on the gth ulr. the Hon. Thomas Fitch, Eft]j was chofen Governor, and rhe Hon. Wm, Pitkin,   Efq; Deputy Governor. Letters from New-York mention, that Capt. Napier, in a fnovv fom that port for London, was put into Halifax in a le.iky condition, his veiTel being ft ruck with lightning fome days after he left New York; by which accident three of his men were killed, and his mate much hum They write from BriitoJ, that a new officer called an Infpe#or of the Cultom-houfe keys, has been appointed theT, after the example of the port of London, whofe bqfinefs is to pri-vent the many thefts and roobeiieson the public wharfs. One evening laft week two men riding fu-rioufly   between Hartford   and Huntingdon, came too fuddenly upon a poor woman walking on the road, who not being able inftantly to clear the way, one of the villiar.s knoufced her down with his whip, and then rode over her, after which they made off, and efcaped undiscovered. They are fuppofed to he Butchers, and it is faid one of them is known. The poc r woman expired the next day, of the bruifes ihe received. On Tuefday laft, as Mr. Mderman Beckford was coming to town from his fear in the country, attended by a fervant on horfeback, the horfe the poor man rode threw him between filackwater and Bagfhot, and killed him on the fpot. * Laft Tuefday Mr. Davis,- a Gardener at Namprwich in Chelbire, dug out of his grounds a carrot which weighed ren pounds and a half. Friday was married Mr. Boheman, Bookbinder in E*erer-ftrcer, o Mifs Davis, of Gough-, _ Pouhon Spring, Seltzer, Bourn, and Pyxmont, ail or this Spring dipping, carefully tilled and fecund in the moft unproved Manner, fo as to preferve their Medicinal Virtues. The Public may be afftired of Jgeu^ fup-plied with the Mineral Waters recommended by tiie Phyiicians, always in their utmott Perfec^ tion, and at the loweft Prices, by Their moft obedient Servant, W. O \V E N. N. R Sea Watb^, in its utmoft Purity. taken up feveral Leagues at Sea, arrives freih every Week ; as do alfo feveral of our Home Waters, by Land Carriage. %* Porterage free to any Part of the Town. town. Lady SURRY. To be Lett, and enter'd on immediately, At Kin^iton upon Thames, TH AT well known *Tid accuftomcd Inn, the Castle 1 The Buiindi will Le carried oji as ufual rill lect. Enquire as above. N. R Poll Chaifes, good Horfes, and careful Drivers. To  be  SOL D, At Tamworth in rhe Connty of Warwick, TWO Freehold Meffuag^s, with the Gardens, and other Con veniencies, 1:1 Bowbridge*Street, in the Occupation of Thomas Freeman and Edward M^ns. Enquire of Mr Prime s of Tamworth, or t>>e Rev. Mr. Hrough, of Stauncon, near .Newark, Nottinghamihire._ To be  SOLD, Tcge.her or in fey^r^re Parcels, [RLE Hundred and Seventy fi� _    Acres of SJt-Marth Land i i �oucn W (ham, within four Miles of Yarmouth in r0unry of Norfolk-, the Whole con kiting exceeding fine Pait*r^ Land, remarX^hle tor pediriouity feeding of Cattle.   Part of it i�' Jett to Mr William Ca|.>n, a Furcher, in * month, at q I a Year, i**rc to Mr.Smun. ^l.-a Year, and the Remainder to Mr.Sn-.c v ford, ar 18la Year. m For farther Panicnlars enquire of Mr. Attorney at Law, in Chancery-Lane, Ion. on ; Mr. Mainwaring, Atrorney at Law, it P. r mingham ; or of the �boyenained Mr. Capon* who o V .1*   

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