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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 3, 1765, London, Middlesex                                SATURDAY to TUESDAY August 1765. [Price Two-pence Half-pent J from the London Gazette Yurm9 July 26 Mofl melancholy as tveil as uhexpedled accident has. put this cotirt Into the grearefi Concern : the Infant Duke--of who  had been taken ill  01 perior and more powerful nations towards us hasbegunto open their eyes. Captain Campbell has given them fome trifling pre-fents; but their permitting him to do what ue has done, has been greatly owing to the juif, though kind, reprefentations of M. Aubry, who commands at New Orleans Lfince Uje death of M. d'Abbadie. Captain Campbell's operations are not yet complete. ,   r\    ,wrnmc7 rii- 1 The-middle of hft month the river-^was illn.fs aud expired on Th�rft^ incommoded'with log,, slumps, jSrh-ofrhis moiuh.   The  King or S-uiU \*A IP Jus ihewn the mofl firtccre aSiillwn  ror ins The Dvnchefsof S^voy, havwiR. never had the fmall-pox, was obliged,'� well �;the Duke, *> abltain from feeing the Infanr her.'oro-ther^as foon as the namreW rhe malrd� was tlecferedf and lair night bnrh their Royal Hi^ti- knocked down the old man*, and then all fivecommitted a rape on the body oF the woman, in the like brutal manner fucli an bffence was lately committed near Bath: duals make it their ftudy to keep them blind J however, one of thefe offenders was on to their own i but the difpofuion of the fu- j Saturday laft apprehended and committed . as they themfelves fay, whiiti we are at peace with the French. Their vicinity to ihatpebple, has naturally attached them to the French intereft, and mercenary indivi* the    fmall-po*   ar Alexandria, and appeared to be ju a fciM^tft doing.weII"at the.beginning, grew fiid&iily worfetowvds che eighth day of bis ri      1-:-"T rhe t'o New Prifon by Sir John Fielding, from the Public Office in Bow -itreer. On Saturday Margaiet Williams, who was convirfted at Maidttone-aflize of the murder of her baftard child, was executed at Pennenden heath, purfuant to her fen-tence.   She was about twenty-two years of age, and confelled the crime for which fhe fufFered. Sunday two young fellows, well drefTed flopped in Upper Holbourn, one of them We hear veral farmers m tlicfe coiihrieb are g�*ng rr: cultivate the growth of carrots, /s rhcy been found, by experience, to be of exceh'c.it life in feeding or cattle, and v-ii. be of giV.c nriliry tj the tiuibaiidry ii: rirhe of FcaMry of graft. They write from Roncafter, fever Fey, un'J other puns of iTorkirurc, rh..r, on account of the prefem high price of luy, beans, and n..tt, as good a horic miy now t - boti^hr in tine couury for yl. a< a few w.-eks -.go Coiikl not be purchafed fvr LTs rburt   Tiuilfday while a horfc was wafefin^ the dearh. tin neiTcs returned to this capital, full or real 'and fpeakable grief, which every circujnllaiiqe tended to aggravate.   The * Sardinia. immediately difp�rchedMcfieriger.fo cue courts 0f Vienna, Verfailki, and Madrid, �6^pprtzc canes 'dnd rubbifh, and'fhe feafon fo dry j to have his fboes blacked; and while the that numbers of fi(h died for want of water. A great deal of work has been done, and a great deal ycr remains to he done. A large foot as cleared for building a fort on the Point of Iberville: The ltanding Wood, with the riveib Mancliack or Iberville, and jjkte Mijlilippi, form a fort of mangle - near poor Shoe-black was bufy with one, other took an opportunity of carrying off a baQcer, in which was thii teen pair ofgen-tlemen's fhces. in a yond at hiiUow Cauf-wny, the ri:!er perceived the b dy of a child, which prevfid to be rhar of Richard Warner, who had k-er. nufl-.Kg lince Sunday morning, arid \V.iS thot;2hr tb be flolen by Gy\ili?i. T..e ur.futiiiuce mo:her bit another child a forrnigbt before, wlio has not iince beeii iu-ard of. On Saturday night two men went to a Pawnbroker's fhop the corner of Apollo-courr, and offered threr fifie mullin hand-ii lie- the Nautilus frigate, Capt/Lockyer, I kerchiefs to pawn, when the matter of the At civ Tfce them with this unfortunate event.- TheSpaniOi fleet that- brought the dorcbefs ro Genoa, came into that pore on �efday the 17th iiiftant ; and her Royal Hlgh-nefs will probably fet out from thence die axft Of 22d, 10 continue on her Way to Iiifprucic. At*the Court at Sc. James's, the itt day of PRESENT, KING'i Moft Excellent MzjcRy in Council. JUsMajefty in Council was this day pleafed to declare the Right Hon. Francis fcarl 6f Here, /ord, Lieutenant General, and licneial Gover-�or of his Majeity's-kingdom of Ireland. BANKRUPTS required to fur render. Tbomas Lampard, of Pope's-head-alley, Lon-do�> Coffee-man, at Guildhalf, Aug, 16% 17, Sept 14. Thomas Dewing, of Wi/bech St. Peter s, in fhc We of Ely, and county of Cambridge, Dealer, at Mr. tdvvtrd Smith's, of Down-Jiarh Market in the county of Norfolk, Sepr. JAildred Tucker, of St. Paul^ Corent garden, .-Middlefcx, Haberdaiher, at Guildhall, Aug- X4j ^4, Sept. 14. Certificate to he allowed. A�� 24.   Thomas Rcfe, of Witney in"Ox They 24. �3rdfliirea Grocer. N   D   O  N. L O Sunday there was a gieat CoU't at St. JameB's, at which feve*al-of the Nobility and Foreign Minilters were prefenr. Sunday morning their Majellies had the SacranoeBt   adminiftied  to  them  at the frndtwo iloops, loaded with artillery, ftoies, and materials for ere&ing the fort, for which -purpofe an Engineer is likewife rhere. The convoy which the Surerintendant fent froip New Orleans to the III mots, was on Eafter-Sunday nine leagues above Fort Kaiche2, in good health and fpuit had on board fome Illinois Chiefs, who came down to conlult the French Governor wlnt they had bell to do in the prefent ftate of affairs. He gave theui fome fmaO pre-fenis, and advifed them to receive the Eng-iifh as fiiends and brothers. The Superin-tendant'sDeputy gave them greater prefents, and honoured the principal with a medal, which he received with great faiisfa&ion, and promifed to carry a letter, which the Deputy gave him, to Colonel Bradltreet, or Officer commanding the army* together with the calumet' of peace. They were highly pleafed with the honours they received from Capt. Lockyer, of the Nautilus, when they paid him a viiit on board." The Anion cutier has taken a final! with fhop enquiring how they come by them, they both ran away, but being puifued, one of them was taken, and canied to the compter for examination. Articles 0/ Intelligence, &e9 from the Postscripts of all the Evening w Papers of lull Saturday. Some letters from Holland mention, th:uety of Raft-India at.d ,>ti Cr prohibited Gtods. bur Mo m =: ; o :.su m F 1 j on. Sundry Pie es c[ Xujiin plain. Muffin H^indkt^ chiefs, Muflin Kedulods, Mifilin wr:u$bt vsitb Thread, Muflin Aprons. Ruffles and Handkerchiefs wrcugJt with Ti r;ad ]*jeier.d S.rts of Lcnrh^ Linen Sheets and Shirts, Kankin* Clothz Silk^ Bhis cr iHcnd Late and Ruffes, Bute Late Kitffes^ Duhh Tap's, Leat er Gloves, Silk Stocking*^ Sperrna Cccti and (Vax Candies, Mohair, Tarn, End, near Barner, aged Merchant, 7>. in 4iurft, .Eiq; the oldeit Commiffioner of the Peace for the county of Herts. On Saturday a promising youth* aged 18, went from his father's houfe, nearShakef-peare*s Head on Hampftead Heath, on an errand to a Surgeon's at Hampltead, and, on his return home, was itruck dead by the lightening; his hat was fcorched, the hair on his head was almoft burned off, and laid on the coiony." Extrafl of a letter from Philadelphia, Jute 18. " The back Terriers, near Fort. Pitr, have again made fome disturbances among rhe people thar go there ro trade. Upon the traders preferring a complaint agninit them to the Gover* vernor, a parry of fifty men was fenr rur to adjult the affair. Thefe foou came up with 1 lie rol)bers, who refufed to rtftore the goods: whereupon the officer acqnanted rliem he } (t do his duty, and rire upon them -y they a r^ 1.relic might do fo and be d--*d j upon wiuch i.e and wound-rd ten of them.    However, he Rings, E.w ring:, La.cjntrtd Ware, Artificial Flowers, Mothr/o; Pearl [�h and Counters, Fans, T-rmine and other Skins, leather Pompoms, Fea-tb rs for Hats, Black I :ns for the Hair, Gold Lace,'&c. {to be ha nt) China, jeveral Sorts of Hlne in Cas'^s and B-.t'lcs* Sucades, or Srneat-r/ieats, Drutrs, Grocery cf fever a J Sorts, Cocoa Husks, Bri>;]u C mpcunds, S.y, Tcbacco, Jljhe^ Sheeps Woci, IVcvl Mairaffes, Hr0'llehf Tkrutnos. HUyted, Tarn, and various tier At tLles, as will be particularly fpzified in the Catal.gue Ci:arofaii Duties (Chocolate exited.) Thelobacco Ajhes to be feen at the Tobauo Grcund near the Wet Dock at Rctherhithe \ and the reft of ths-Gocds to be fieen and taflsd the King's Ware-houfi at the Ca[t:m Houfe, London, on TburfiUf the yth, Friday the qtb, Mid Saturday tht iotb In ft art, from Sine to One in the Forenoons\ and in the Mornings before the Sate : Where Catal.gut?   Leaved to acquaint my Friends, and the Public! in general, that I have entered into Partner flap Vntlt Mr. Bartholomew Daw fon, Grocer and Tea Dealer, ac the Tea Chett and Sugar-Loai, ill Mewgiite-Scfeec; where the Continuance ttf their Commands wiJl be grafefuJly aeJuiqW- iU.d uuhfully executed, by . Their nun: o.-cicm iiumuieServaritj (For ParriKr a.nd Feit"; f John Barries and arid Tt� V�6i��, and Madn'd, ,e dUpofed�   a f�� ��_fc" �f 'Tt- kuow^edge the King of Poland. Orders are gives for two companies of th$ roy^iregiment of artillery to he in rea-dinefs to embark on thefirft nocice, the one for Gibraltar, and the other for Minorca. Extratf of* letter from Molfille, in Wefil Florida, dated May 6, 1765. Ki A gentleman isjult returned from the river M&nchack. of Iberville,   about-.38 "leagues above New Orleans on the eaft-of the MifTiiipp.ir a very pleafaoi fltuaiion afcd tgppdfoiW abounding with fift andfeamrf. The neighbouring Indians are very peaceable On Saturday a man who lived at'Bethnal- � He attempted green cut his throat in a very ihockini; man ner ^ he was canied to rhe London hofpiial without hope of recoveiy to drown hrmfclf the day before, in a piece of water near where he lived, but a woman palling by at the time, caikd for alRilance and got him out. Lalt Saturday fc'nnighr, in the evening, a poor woman, in company whh an old man, her acquaintance, who* went as a guard with her home, gcin^ acrofs Holy wcil -Mount, were met by hve men, ail fuppo- hretS, was obliged to retire, .with the lofs ot iix nicn. Extract*of a letttr from Cbietti,  capital of Abru~zia, July i. cc Of 800 perfom. who inhibited the villag* of Rocca-iM-'ntejUtiio (wiuch w^* walhed away by a coi'ivMjt, :tC.omi>anied with aii tMrih'iiidke, on the 24:11 i'-dt) a.'t zo cfctped The pt-.tre-fadlion of the dead bodi-.'i caufes fiich a flenc Xew?atz-Sue ! ho-"fuo)in?r3 nights w.re ^xcetH^e* 01M; infamficb thlt clre By O I O    was puhi>.j�\i, ?'i:c I s._ 6 d. fOfRT^EDMloN, nf T R;UE L L.E.R 1 V    R   tiO !  UbMlT H, M.B. h E 1 L s. d k< J. N- vb-:r%  t;. St- Px:l'% Church-Yard* gr^in could not r*pen7 jiroyeii o\ b\*veil* i vV they lu
                            

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