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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 30, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Prom /tie Lo kbo n 1 PaWaa Wjk take*., ill ^ AleiaadH^ the 12th ihftML with a fettry**ich has k*n ftaaakd two or thrfee data aftct       ill % the TotobA ih the fmaJl- fo tfcat th*k iciantattendi^i^'TOWU nighiwfrart of trtcta? ^tlur diftem-per, lilt tvithotit arty ajipeirancrrf daiij*e*. 5/. io.   pit Xih� lias beeri pleafed to cpnftuutfcand appoint the Right Hon. JohM^ror Bgtoolu, of tfie kingdom 6F Ireland, and BaWh Lovtl aud Holland* of Enmore in thff.cotmty of Sowerfe?; Thomas I%t, Efq; Sir^9tl�3aundecs. Xniehtdf cteBath 1. L O N �^p-^   v A letter fritti Cftarlfc-TOirfn Sottiti Ga -dllfed May ir, tiaS the foBtwing latkAbfe paffage:--** We ed, tty gbod, thftt a large body of native Mexicans* joined with fome Creole Spaniards* have lately revolted from the Spaniflr Government, themfelvefc matters ttf the capital (Merida we fuppoft) of MeJttco 5 and that they purfUed the Viceroy From theiice quite to La Vera Cruz, fcrhich they have likovyife tefieged; . This news was brought by a .^*of&\ m^Wi i&4 tfk otter 0 the Oatehoofe. iday afta noon ^thc bo4f of i youri$ iaoi genteelly drefiS! in a dirk feroata fuit. of clothes, wuh black hair, *$�d With * rib^ boBy      ^alcen biit of theTtoasnesi -nttjtf >&rteiTea Ferry : he is fa*d hav? b&ttn Banker^ Clerk, in Lombird-iEbwu. . . -. On Sunday ebbing the wife of an Axtbr- ^neyi -near Carey-ftreet, labouring. under fome difconrent of mind but GO are t ____________      named Monto-ChriftL &c, fc dotirn, faved. hanged herfeif, being timely difeoverted fetf was cut and her life with great difficul trf Mr. 1 Maje guftus _J&igJR|* Charles Townfliend, Euj; Sir WiJU^'ilwcdithj^ Baronet, *x\$ johjt Bulkr,-E% toffee his MajcAy's Commiflionert for ex-ecujittg the offce of L6|rd High -Admiral of the Jdn$oms;c� Gt&t Britain afid Ireland, and of the donuiuanf, iilinds^and territories thereunto 1 * the Hound flpop, arearrived at Gambia, For trie proie$ion of the African trade. On Monday a large body of fiilor$� who had. been at the reduction of Pondicherry and other places in the Ealt-lndies, went in a body to the Queen's palace, to prefeht a .petition to his Majeliy, relating to their pfiie-money.j when being informed his Majefty was then at Richmond, they departed peaceably. Saturday laft a fet of mahafciipt charts, with a book of remarks on the feveral liar paimtd, wa^pfut up laft Tharfida-y morning in Gofwell-ftrew, the comer of Old ftreet; �oh the top of which is wrote the Tr.uk t the bottom, Right Hon. regained the Honour. and and underneath. Patriot ; Will Glory of m fc**gfrIn a.pott p Sfcaffy was oh Tuef- ay^*affii&Bdhell^tndRig'rh Hdn. the Lord M*yor j >h� ftrVeraf witneUbsi lately Come^-dm Irdandi appealing igiihft biic. |W vrit Jcorfirnkted tetfc to i&i. febove p^r," id ordelt to talre His tfiaT at th� ie$t High qoprt.of AAmihkf treW at the TboMHiiol^nai'y bf4^l..Factt ta p^oftcure, #nd the wiineffi* in j&oo I.- eacJf; forttieir'appearing�tO give; evidence iaimt tiim. A? j'hf tatfie^iihe trie prifonefss wirV Was committed io'the Poultry-cQtbpteT, tin ftecan give bail for Iv-r^bod bSbiviour, fiir having,thfe3tfened the live* of tfe wk-neflfei- irthey appearVi at the Mi'nrlon-houfe to glve-e*idefj�� againft iiar buftand; ARTtfci'ias^/rNtfitLteE^CE, &i. fa* tbi PofcfSTMiiPTs �/ all the tve'nirjn Papers -if toft Tuefday. * Cig -mode htrtfifitrt.   ' is, ^Philip W&heirs, of rhe parifh of bours, &c copied by fome loneirm to the Rofal tvlixh ^f.Wiltsi Dy d^e Beit' ifttf m^eiilmry. i Aug,      .^ilkinfou Crompron, of the parifli of "St. Bbtnfph without Biflioplgate, London^ Watcl^a&er, �<3uiWfeaff.: Aug;     - J&tb&uel WraxhalL clry^Srl^ ^Qhknt, a Corporation tti^ Trinity- Ma ^Mailer of the faidic(|ool iner, which rhey late of. the I tion. were pleafed to accept with great approba- te! W N^W-YORK, J J Exfr^Stfa letter ft ng fpok rory of Llan Bede* with Patricea annexed, in the county of Brecon and diocefe of St, redo 5 iofcQption: The goodetfe�i of his Wife and. . Upright Admiftratioife began I7J6. , Hanoverian and . Hftflian foldieri fSbr bo rite. Theancfent ftrength of Old England (which conquered all France) reftored. Our enemies vanquifhedj both by fea and land, in all parts of the Globe. This fign of the great Man, fo jultly and univerfaU/ admired and beloved by evety   . 1-wither to his King and Country* was ereded 1765; Rdyartiighnefs the .'DtfJce of Yor); ?d home fill aft^ Micha|]irt4j5. is not We alsMrfTiirtd that his Roy*l Highneft the Dtike of Glquceflei3 i$ intended Tor rhe ^rmy, and*will lhonljrhavtfatommU]^ :heft:n giveii him..  . fasri m at - the. Hagi^ -tiiUfuon be raifed to the dignity of a Pee^^; &xtra&tfrntitttrfromDuliin, June 23, i75?. I ihppofe yon have heard rhar otir Univeffity have colifcrred an honorary degree Off D6&&T of Laws tin the tekbrated Mr, Jolui-fori, Aorlior of the R.*mWer -The levari of Ml1. fiivardVdfi�fli is*"wuhom fhi�ikdacion:" Warfewi  that-fome flate from hai jues, ejctrenrf^r intei-efling ro 1 been dtttortf*V      fears' ourr in cyflier We ifuencepl^. from .the late Grand G�i�fal ttwtf the . anti^ftjfe rhar diocefe vow of the Stamp Bill, and concluding his | .* . fr *     ,   1   -          i_  � n         a: 5.     I ui8� in trie la fpeech, by fay tag to the following eftettj u Tbffe children if'our mton planting (fpeaki of the Americans) nourijbed by our indulgencey untjl they are grown to a good degree of itrengtfa and opulence, and frote&ed by our arms* will they grudge to contribute their ite. to where .us from the heavy load of J ^ ^ reQgne(j the Lefture(hip cf On Tti A. \ Anillery-i was prefemed to the reftory of Bentley, in (he county of Lancafter and diocefe of CheiLr, void by the rcfignation of the old' incumbent. We are informed that the Rev. Dr. Leo- tlema Wgb, young national expence^whkh Wc lie under Lieut. Col. - arofe, and with ejrea darting fire, and with an out-ftretched arm, fpoke as follows, with a voice foinewhat Magnus, London His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Alexander Cape, Efq; to be Commitfary-General of Stores and Provisions &t the tlevated, and with a fternnefs in hu coun- Grenad jn lhe room of Commiffary-tenance, which e-spreffed, rn a moft lively   Genfiral Flemi     deceafed. manner, the feelings of his heart, viz. Tuefday lhe Hon. Commiflioners of the � CfeAfrM^./A/^j,Mrrflr,.^ Nu! your �xcife we're ,eafed iQ .ni Mu Rober| oppreffion planted them in America i they   Greeilhou ,/0Ile of the Candle.Exarainers, tyran vhere hardft excoe nature are liable, and among others, to the favage cruelty of the enemy of the country, a people the moft fubtle, and I take upon me to fay, the moft truly terrible, of any people that ever inhabited any part of Goo's Earth j and yet, aduated by principles of true Lnglifh liberty, they met all thefe hardftips with pleafure, compared v/ith thofe they fuffered in their own country, frpm the hands of thofe that fhould have been their friends. M 'J bey nmrtfbtdup by your indulgence ? They Mr. j On Monday the Lady of the Hon. Charles Yorke, tfq; his Majefty^ late Attorney General was fafcly delivered of a daughter at his houfe in Cavendifti-fquare. Tuefday the Orange regiment, commanded by Sir Richard Glyn, Bart, were drawn up in Holborn by Alexandei Dalmahoy, Efqj Lieutenant-Colonel,' who was mounted on a fine cream-coloured horfe with orange-colour'd ribbons. They march'd from thence to the Artilleiy-ground, where they were rauftered and exercifed.   The Lieute- heats front the gate in Bunhill-row, to the gate in Bun hill-fields j the odds at flarting. were five to three againft the Gentleman? the firft heat was won hy One of the La* difsf^with great etfe�- do whichjheocWt were doubled; the fecond heat was in fa* vour of the Gentleman for above half the couife, when a Chimney-fweeper's boy happened ro fall down in the Gemlemao'j which occafioned the umpires to de- ; the third heat the Gentleman ^hr$uoit�Gaft$ry notv at Mr. Wilfoi/s, jrathV ary ro" his Sfajefty, \vbich is allowed by th* Virtuifi to be the fi^efl antiqaBnatye in^ihc rhre* kingdoms, and^cerfciiiiljp Fitjbratt} is though* to be the YtryJiijidfafai t^^, JiotOxd.ljy tbe antieiat aucbott tohaVeBerii the ttoricbauffrip of the celebnted hfyrp*. It is\ht ^ropcrr/ of Mr. Lockjsf Cavendiih/juare^ jjiid-was tougbc for him by AfK Jenkins, the �nj*J$(h Antiquary at Rorn�j hy his order. way, clai e it foul was diftanced. fpeft performed uncommon Yefterday Mr. Stiffs noted one-ey'd hack ney hoife, Little Bumper, ftarted from Mr Sparrow's, at the Cock at Sutton, Epfou*, fucceflive ilea in near four againft lime, 400 ays, or 96 hours, with only one rider during the journey, for a wager of 60 guineas. There are confiderable betts depending on each fide. Monday two Barbers were furamoned before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, for dreffing gentlemens hair, and fhavingon the r by your negledt c began to care about perfanj. Sabbath-day.--If gentlemen efteem new-fafhioned method of wearing their own* nant-Colonel's chariot and four horfes, | hair,  preferable to wearing  wigs,  they fhould, for the fake of prefervinga due ob-fervance of the Lord's day, amd alfo that i drefs'dwith ribbons, follow'd the regiment. The Knights of Induftrjr were extrerfcely bufy in exercifing the different branches of the journeymen of thar bufinefs may be at j * 1 e*     1 them, in one department and another, who       jf tfad   whiie the Orange reeunent of   liberty to attend the religious duties of the were, perhaps^ the Deputies of feme De-       Uiia werfi under a  ona ----- puty, ftni to fpy^out their liberty, to mif-   of whom- had lhfS dcxidri(y to extrait| from the pocket of a. countryman, who had been to fell fome loads of hay at Smithfield, the fuoi of feven pounds, eleven {hillings, and abou reprefent their anions, and to prey upon them} men, whofe behaviour, on many occafions, has caufed the blood of thofe fonsof Liberty to recoil within them; tnen promoted to the higheft feats of juf-   fl    after of' an hour and unluckily    fons going to foreign countries, to efcape being brought to a bar of juftice in their own. put it into a leather purfe fn his coat pocket. Tuefday whilft the Train'd Bands were parading in Holbourn, a gentleman's fer- day, take care to employ their Baibers on the Saturday. Tuefday an old woman was taken up for telling fortunes ^ which practice, fhehas long carried on with impunity, and deceived numbers of fervant-girls and ignorant per- ight before a MagHtrare who committed her to arrived at rbc^r tttojriagiin the rivrt: WkirPo* coclt had been wry ficXly, having bUrlw up* wards of 40 of hef c^ew during rhe Vtiyage. The Free PLre of joL ar BLmford, in fctlhire, was wort i^th, by Mr. AldrigiV Sfitannicus.   And On the 17th, the fol. Phte tot foar and fivrf years tflJt, was won by Mr: Bowles's dnn mare* The: ^atch-hoafe in Holbourn, having for a long time been found inconvenient, will food be .pulled down,* and we hear a new orie will b* eredtednear Little Tumftiie. Sunday evening two pdft  " Four men, two ill a poit-chaifc and two on faddJfl horfes, arrived here yefterday, and went iiiro feveral Linen drapers fhops, under pretence of fearching for prohibited goods. They even proceeded fo far as to go up (lain into the bed chaml>ers- and dining-sooms, and ordered rhe owners to open rheir hureaus and drawers, where they tumbled hotilhold liniiens. th?ir At length, tbe/�took away from the different Shopkeepers, without pro* ducing their authority, feveral finall pieces of what .is commonly called long LwiT, Sec. and then lefr the town in the fame manner they came here." in Weftminlter, Rridewell for correal .....________9 w   ______________        Saturday noon a maffftood in the pillory v Tbeyfroteaed by your arms? They have I ^nV�me'fuU-^ ftreet, and I for attempting to raviih a girl neariioxton your exftted .^|eir valour arnidft their conftant and laborious induftry, for the defence of a country, whofe frontiers, while drenched in blood, its interior parts have yielded all its "little-favihgs to your enlargement; and believe me, remember i tj*is day told you so, That .the fame fpiiit which actuated that people at firft, will continue with them ftill; but prudence forbids me to explain mylelf any further. God nous, i do not at this tnne ipeatt rrom motives of party heat. However fupei ior to aie, in general knowledge and-expeiience, any one here may be, yet I claim to know more of America, having feen and been ore convexfanc in that country. The people there are as truly loyal, I believe, as any fubje&s the King has- but a people jealous of their liberties, and who will vindicate them if they lhould be viola:ed i feu; the fubjeilifl too delicate,  1 will fay no j ^^b x, when four prifoners were capitally convicted, %pd received fen* tence of death y two of whom were reprieved before the Judges fcft the town, and the other two were'left forexecution. The man who was taken up a few weeks. and con try compter, Cap ago, on fufpicio,. w tain and two boys belonging to a velTel bound from.Ireland to London, wiih ioo bbed iinuicdiaidy away wit hings, runmog To the QerI!lenien,-Clfirgy,-ancr Freeholders of the County of Sitr&y. Gentle Mfis, ZJAFING bed the Honour of being J* unanimovjly nominated, by a iery rivfne* rous Meeting dt Epfom? Tefterday^as 4QafidtdJi$ to reprefent thit Cwifnty again \ t take tbi} firft Opportunity of returning ny weft gritieftd TfjAn&f* and of begging a Continuance of yosti Ftti-oftr by honouring rm with youf Vote and Intcrefi at the EleHicn^ of which due Kotice will be gtvtn> J bxu the Honour to be^ Gentlemen^ kmber-Courtf Tbut tiicft obliged and July 24, 176?. tieoetcd Servant To the Gentiemtfn*' Clergy, and Free* holders of the CoUfity of 06 pi ST. Gt KT L B M & ST7 WH E R E A S a very unufodl Adver-tiftment hae appeared in Ml iht Ne&i* paten-, whereby a Gentleman^ in ctder to fri-engage ytu.fiffi fuppoft* * Vacancy for your Coun* ty, and then offers himfelf to film it is therefore thought proper to give sotke, tbat7Jhould th.it Event baptex, a GtntkmsM intends 10 offer himfelf to yea'at a GtMral Mutta*; where, if 14 tbcuidmte m&byour Approbztie69> U will thifk kimfelf highly hmmred and obliged \ attd mil. to theuirmfi of bti power> mtdeatoovt it deferye end   

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