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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 1, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Even i n 9 -Port. Numb. 5891 From THURSDAY August i, to SATURDAY uqust X 1765. [Price Two-pence Hali-penr^ JEfenfa, July 20, H E Hereditary LONDON. We are credibly informed that his Rojral LJoyd Anwyll, Efq; of Hendra Mear, in Menonethfllire. Baiavia, we are Informed Prince of Brnnf-   Highnefs the Duke of York propofeS 10 re- ______^ wick vifited the   turn l0 England fome time before the ekpi- I of the death of Capt. Be'njamin Godfrey" corps on Tuefday laft, when his Serene Highnefs heard the  le&urgg  of thefagineer, and cbnverfed with the Jprofeffbrs of fchilofophy^IJiftory, Geogiaphy,8cc. The IVlafters of'Languages, as well as thofe of Fencing,* Dancing, and Drawing, had afterwards tfceir turn j and his Serene High-j�efs expreffed' great fatij,fa�ion ac every thing he faw and heard thar^day. _The Bronfw of Cadets I ration of the piefent month. Duke Thurfd|iy being rhe birth-day  of His   the Company's fervice, Grace the Duke of Newcaftlej who entered ittto his 7?d year, feveral of the Nobility wetit to Claretfloht, to wifli him joy on the ocfcafioh. We hear the Right Hon. Lord Orwell has refigned his employment of one of the Lords Commiilioners for Trade and Plantations. We hear that his Majefty has granted a handfome penfion to the Right Hon. Wil-__________________..... liam Finch, laic Vice Chamberlain of his I She had been mairied to nine hufbands, but Bata- via, after feven or eight days illnefs. Monday died at her houfe in Church-lane, Whhechapel, Margaret Crawley, who Wavborn at Dunkalk in Ireland in the year 1688, and who had been abroad in all Queen Anne's wars as keeper of a furding booth in the camps ; {he had, for many years paft, let out lodgings to poor people, and is faid to have died worth near 2000 1. rhe greateit part of which (he has left to a Blackfinith. Mai Thurfday the Hon. Edward Stratford, parid^ I Ef* .f?nrof; Lord BaltingUft, and his new the reigning Piinee of Anhaic-Deflau liave l&eM'ife jilted the eftablilhraenc o Cadets, *mi ^ leertfcnt of General the good order and their Chief. cheft of very fine porcelaineto Count de San-dra&i, Knight of the Order of the Black manied Lady, were introduced to his Ma-jetty-ac St. James's, and were gracioufly re* ceived. His Majeily has been pleafed to appoint William Oi me, Efq^ to be Major in the 70th regiment of foot, commanded by General Trapaud. Pa Maj Lady July 6. The Cou through Beatiix of Efte, daughter of the Hereditary frince of Modena, a letter from the �cnprefs*Queen� in her IraperiaJ Majefty's own hand-writing. Paris, July 22. The King has iuft efta-RHhed a commiffion for the trial of thofe who fpeak or write again ft the Government^ but though this is faid to be, the occasion of tr, it appears that it* principal objdft is the affair of Britanny. This com-sniHion is compofed of thiee CounfelJors of Iters of Reauefts.   M. gimenc of foot, commanded by General Lambton. Extrad of a letter from Paris, July 22, " The Parliament of Frovence have come to a refoluMon concerning the prefent fitua- J *ea^e for that purpofe. tion of ihe Parliaments of Rennes and Pau, and we hear the other clafles of Parliament never had any ifTue. Wednefday died at his boufe in Good manVtields, aged 48, Jofeph Hampton, Efqi a Jutlice of the Peace, and a Deputy Lieutenant of the Tower Hamlets. Wednefday night died Mr. Abraham Lewis, an eminent fail maker, in Sr. Catharine's, near the Hermitage. Monday a Drummer belonging to the Coldltream regiment, whilft he was exer-fcifmg in Tothill fields, received an account of the death of an uncte_in Norfolk, by which he became rntitled to* an eftate of 500 1. per annum, and about 10, 00 1. in money, on which he fet out immediately to take poffeffion thereof, having full obtained M de Bernage isfirit Prefident thereof.   The this if- fion are al eady regiftered. COUNTRY   NEWS, Tork^ Ju'y 30. A fubfeription is opened at Mr. Tireraan's,  in Coney-ftreet,  for ere&ing in this cry the ftatue of our worthy coun:ryman Sir Edward Hawke. On the 22d, the Lady of R. Clavering, Efcu was fefely delivered of a fon and heir, \ Laft Callaly Armytage, Bart, one of the Reprefentatives in Parliament for this city, was fafely deli- . wed of a daughter, at his feat at Kuklees, | tjfica\7ons ^^^^^ are employed on the fame objeil, and pie-paring to make remonllrances to the King. " The Parliament of Dijon ilfued an arret in the month of Auguft 1765, by which the Abbe des Br offe* Was condemned to be whipped, branded, and fent to the gallies for the remainder of nis life, for having attempted to poifon a Monk of his priory of Perrecy; but thinking himfelf falfely condemned, he appealed to the Council of State, who have annulled the fentence j and the Abbe has publilhed an advertifemeor, fetting forth, Thar he is the vktim of a project which the Monks of his Convent had formed to deftroy him, and promising to inform the public of the affair by an ample and circumlUmial relation. " The Benediftms of Compeigne are ordered not to appear any more at Court.  �d Tooley-ttreet, a boy about three years old at rne rate ot 75 per cc�t. beting iucerefl frorti their refpeftive dates. Cofanel BAire is honrly expe�ted froth P^ri^ having, it is faid, been fent for. We hear thar the Right Hon. Lord Vifcount B^rrington, Secretary At War- will fodn be created an Lngliih Peer, It is currently reported, tbat a certain city. Alderman wiJl foon be created a Baronet of Great Britain. ExtraS of a letter, dated Norwich, July 29. " The truly patriotic Lorfl Camden, wirh Baron Adams, are jutt arri\ ed to hold rhe af-iizes i'ere*  they were met ar fome diltance from towl? by part of the Common-Counoil (known tor rheir Ready attachment to the Liberties of their country) to the numlxnr of Forty* fivey and .were received with general and repeated accl-mutions of the populace." A ietter from BoPtin iu New England, dated June 3, I reathe? i he following cdmplant :-u Our trade is in a moft deplorable fituatioflj not one fifth part of the vefTcls now employed in the Well India trade as was before rhe-J#e regulation; OHr ca(h aloi^ff gpn^r befbri th� Stamp and Poft-office ails axe tonperatfi} bank-rnjitcies multiplied, otrr tears bacreafed, and the friends of liliefty under thegreateft defpofldency; Whu thefe things will end ia> rime only can diicover." It is faid that an extenflon of the laws again ft gaming will become the confideratinu of an Auguft Aflembly," at rtieir next meeting, in Order, the more efTeirudJly, to prevent the many pernicious cnnlequftnces which derive from ir. It is faid that tnrieldchice will certainly be converred into fmaJi farms, not exceeding fifty pounds p-r annum, in order to hinder monopolizing We at*- informed that the ground rent of Cove.:t Ga-den, and places auj.tcenr, \vui, after Michaelmas next, become liivelted in the Right Hon. the Marquis of Ttvi^ock. It is nmv allured, thar Air. Harrifon ha3 y ti:. Cominif- 1 I in thiscoumy. J oh the North Riding of this county, Efqj was ma mond 1 M Wheldrake, near this city, was married to Mifs Hill, of Whitby, an agreeable young Lady, with a handfome fortune. Laft week Robert Cockfon was committed to the caftle for fix months, in purfu-anceof the aft of Parliament, he having refufed'to pay the penalty of 10 1. for neg-leding to join Col. Hafiel's regiment of York&ire Buffs, at their annual exercife. :Laft Friday the affizes for this county ended at the.Crown End 5 when John Powell, for ftealing a quantity of fiJk-handkerchiefs; Robert Johnfon, for horfe-ftealing; and William Prince, for cutting cloth off the Tenters, received fentence of death,  but Jud en.irely demolished. The Magiltraes of Groningen, and other places in Holland, on the fron.iers of Germany, have publilhed lately very fevere ediii -etc. Li'.
                            

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