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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 6, 1765, London, Middlesex                                London Numb. $fy$ From TUESDAY Avgust to THURSDAY August 8 1765. From ion, in the room of Capt. Bulkeley, who |    On Monday the Coroner's inqueft fat on retires bn half pay. the body of Will^m Range, aged 18, who iST week thePriace of Stigliano pa fled by here on his way to Genoa. He is charged with a pre* fent of jewels that the King of Naples fends to his lifter. The Conftable Co- Cap Capt. Lieut. Thomas Hodgfon, to be [ was killed on Hampftead-heath on Saturday �   -   j -   -m----*---- - Major General Ough lid the lightening, and brought in their ver-di& Accidental Dearti. The deceafed was found dead in a gravel-pit on the heath. nam in the i jth regimfent of foot ded bv the Hon. Gen. H Warmol, to be Lieute- | crouching under a furze-buib, where he had taken fhelter during the llorrn. On Friday Jail a Farmer going to Morn- room of Lieut. Charles Crauford, preferred. J ing-hiU fair, near Winchefter, by fome ac- Joh from half pay, to \ cidentloft hi$ purfe, containing forty gui- ceremonv on louna after having I ^e Lieutenant ip the 43d regiment of foot,    neas and fome (ilver, and tho' he rode back * commanded by the Hon. Gen. Noel, in the   feveral miles, he could not get the lead room of Lieut. Arthur, who retires upon    tidings of the fame. performed ing to the Pope the tribute for the kingdom of Naples, Jefr Rome, and paired here likewifefor Genoa, whither cqany are gone from hence. Vmtt* July 17. The Senate has refufei to put the Btihop-of SeUenieo in poffeffion of the Temporalities of his Bifhtydck, becaufe the fope chofe another Biihop, inftead of one of the three whom the fcnfcc had noaunatedj as ufual, for tha^See. WbhAkU* Jmg, half pay. Lt, Frederick Haldimand, from half pay, to be Lieut, in the 60th or royal American regiment of foot, commanded by Sk Jeffe-1 y A King pleafed to conftitute and appoint the Right Y Charles Earl Com wall is to be One of hi? jefty's Aids de Camp, and ft) take rank as C jsel of foot. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors* Aug. 30.   Thomas Pope, fef Redbrooke the parifh of Fordinghridge, in the count Southampton, Tanner, at the Greyhound in Fordingbridee. tiurit, in tne room or t-ieut. uugy, who retires upon half pay, Capt Lieut. John Miller, to be Captain in the 14th regiment of foot, commanded by Major Gen. KeppeU in the room of Capt. Jonai han Furlong, preferred. Lieut. William Gau), from half pay, to be Captain in the 55th regiment of foor, commanded by Col. Fletcher, in the room of Capt. M'Kinnon, deceafed. Enfign Thomas Scott, to be Lieutenant in the 24th regiment of foo^ commanded by Lieut. Gen. Cornwallis, in the room of Lieut, Huffey. Capt. Thomas Gordon, to be Adjutant to    kingdom. Articles of Intelligence, fipr. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Tuefday. In the Brnflels Gazerre we are told, that the Prince of Naflau-Saarbruck, who lately arrived in London from Holland, is charged with a gommiflion relarivc to the marriage of the Prince Stadrholder with the Princefs Louifa, his Ma-jefty's fitter 5 and that, amongft other advantages which the'Republic is to reap from this alliance, fome conceffions are to be made in favour of the Dutch trade iu America. It is confidently reporred, that the Right Hon. the Earl of Northumberland will fucceed the Earl of Hertford, as EmbaflTador at the Court of France. "We hear the Right Hon. Lord Vifoount Spencer, will fliortly be created an Earl of this Sept. i4-_ ackibn, of the panfli i^the county pf Middlefex, Potter, Guildh^J], London. Certificate to be avowed. John Jackfon, of the parifh of P the id battalion of the ift regiment Foot-Guards, in the room of CapuHudfon, who refigns. W to be Lieute- hajn PORT    NEWS. nant in the 4th regiment of foot.commanded , , by the Hon Col Brudenell, in the room of    \ g^d entemmmenr Lieut. Bickford, deceafed. Penzance, Aug, 3. Arrived the Emanuel, Anderfon, ram Dram; St. Andrew, Maften, from Chichefier ; and John and Francis, Kemp, tborne, fromJtaJy. Plymouth^ Aug. 3. Airived the Unity, Ord, from Liverpoole; and Edgar man of war, from Africa.   Sailed the Keppel, Francis,'for Liver* Arrived the Norwich poole. Southampton A*g* 5. Adventure, Ogilvie, from Rotterdam; Friend-ihip, Whitehead, from Onega j Running Nep-tune, Jnda�, from Guernfey; and Su&efs, Sbbniog, from Tenby. Sailed the Montague, Priaulx, for Guernfey. C#ou�, Aug. y. Sailed the Profperous, Lal-lew, for Southampton from Malaga. Paft by yefterday for from John Evans, Gent, to be Enfign in commanded 54th regiment of foot, commanded by Lieut, Gen. Parllow, in the room of Enfign Nicholas Evans, preferred. Lieut. It is rumoured, that the Right Hon. the Marquis of Granby will Toon be created General of horfe, and a Field Marfhal of his Majefiy's forces. On Friday Jaff Richard Higby, Efq; gave at his feat at MiflJey-haJJ, near ltfanningtree, in EfTex, to the EarJs ,    J of Sandwich and Halifax, and other perfons of ine 1 diftinftion, of rhe late Miniflry. We are informed, that an additional falary to the half-pay officers, on the Fritiih eftabliJh-* menr, will foon be granted to rhole who can Argyle Dairy raple,  ot  the ift    prove thcir having been engaged in a�tud fcrvice regiment of Dragoon Guards, to be Captain    for above %Q    rs> Mai comma Port/mouthy Aug* 6. Capt. Alexander Davidfon, who retires. Enfign Robert Keiih, to be Lieutenant in ift regiment of Fool Guards, with the rank of Captain, of foor^ in th^armyv in the roomof Lieuu Col. Amher-ft, preferred. Thomas Clarke, Genu to be Cornet in the id regiment of Dragoon Guards, com anded by Lieut. Gen. the Earl of Albe- it is reported that a bill will be brought into �f J Parliament next feflion, for regulating and af- cerraining the fees of Solicitors and Attoruies, in the Courts of Chancery, King's Bench, and Common Pleas. They write from Ponfmonth, that the matter - of one of his Majefly's (hips, living at Gofporr, has lately invented a curious inftrnment, or fea guage, to meafure the hitherto unfarhomable Mure, South Carolina. London, the Little Carpenter, Arrived the Mary, Sparks, from Plymouth. Sailed from Spithead the Truelove, Moukon, from Barbadoes for London. Dial, Aug. 6.   Arrived and failed for the River, his Majefly's �hips Medway and Crown ; the Ifabeila, Richardfon, from Lifbon ; and New   Elizabeth,  Manley,  from  Barbadoes. M Hugh Jofhua Le Ma 1 to his Maiel Hemming, deceafed. John Cerc^ mony's public night at the Long Roo^, Hampftead, where a concert of mufic was i performed, under the direftion of Mr. Hay, Cataedown, and remain, the Jupiter, Difting, j and federal other capital performers ;  there for Leghorn; Aim, Ayres, for Philadelphia ; and Earl of Guildford, Martin, for Africa. Wind S. W. deeps of the upon a new principle from were prefent between four and five hundred gentlemen and ladies,  who made a moll LONDON Tuefday their Majefties went from the Queen's palace to Richmond to dinner, and returned in the evening. Tuefday in the afternoon her Royal brilliant appearance. We that of the late Dr. Seven Hales ; which he is preparing to lay before the Royal Sociery. A great quanciry of guineas are now coining at rhe Tower. Weft India turtles were never fo pleuriful in town as at prefent fbr fome years5 being fold ac the rate of is. 6d. per pound. Monday a fellow drefled JiJce a Turk, with a turban and faih, was ftopt by fome revenue officers at Ratcliff-crofs; when as much fine Jace was taken out his head-drefs as amounted to ninety pounds. KNUTSFORD   RACES. Tuefday July 30, the purfe of jol. was won by Sepulchre will not be opened till Sunday    Mr. Ingram's grey colt Torrifmond, Lord Grofvenor's bay cold Teddy, fe'nnight, on account that the alter-peice and the organ cannot be quite finifhed foon- It is computed that the expence of re- | J*r- ^% Ughtning Mr. Webfter's chefnut colt Maggoi, er. dmefi'the Princefs Dowager of Wales | firing mat caurca w.u uC ,�ti ^ W from her houfe in Pall Mall, for her   J�S � the extraordinary g.ldmgi which Mr. Townley's bay colt Chub, Mr. Bridge's chefiiut fi%, 1 6 4 3! feat at &ew, where flie propofes to conti* nue 'till to-morrow. His Excellency will not fet out for Ire* land 'till the latter end of next month. Monday night Lord Chief Juftice Camden arrived in town from the Norfolk Circuit, in which there is not a fingle perfon leftfer execution. On Friday laft Dr. George Hay killed his Majefty's hand on going abroad, and on Monday be fet out for Paris. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Velverion Peyton, Efq; to be a Captain in the 9th regiment of foot, in the room of Capt. Eyres, exchanged. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint lieut/Col. William Amherft, to be Captain of apompany in the ift regiment of foot-guards in the room of L^eut. Cel. Charles however ^ .hat chuWapp/ar extraol-   ^^"Al'LT^h 2 dr. 3 4 .dr. dinary elegant. On Sunday laft Wednefday the Gentlemen's fubfcription purfe was married, at gt  I of 50I. was won by vu uu   w� -...WW, ^ ^.    Lord Grofvenor's l�y horfe Top, George's church, Hanover-fquare, Cbnfto-    ,  R,f . .       ' F,rnmi5 _      m     Cotton-Jaall Of Derby, Efq; to Mifs Ann LuttrelJ, daughter of Simon Luttrell, Efq; Member for Wigan in Lancashire. Sunday morning laft 1 dr. Mr. Slater's bay horfe Fearnought, Thurfday the Town Purfe of 50 J. was won by Mr. Jordan's bay horfe Speedwell, Mr. Lowther'schef. gelding Jack I'll i tickle thee, r*  !L     I Mr. Naden's chefnut mare Primrofe, living worth i?oi. per annum, is in the 3 3 Mordauon - - w to be Lieutenant Enfign John Cotterer, kent of foot, commanded by in the room of Lieut. Tho- gift of the Lord Chancellor. On Monday evening Mr. Jacob Cart-wiight, Coal-merchant in Souihwark, was feized with an apoplectic fit, which carried him off in lefs than an hour and a half. He has left ^ve children, and a widow big with cMd. The lightening on Saturday did great damage in the county of Middlefex j about Edgware, and thofe parts, fheep, pigs, pi-eons, fowls, &c.  were killed,, ^nd the . Law lefs, preferred* t Enfign William Dawfon, to be Lieutenant the 57 th regiment of foot, commanded by Sir David Cunynghame, Bart, in the room *>f UeuL Carncrafs, perferred. Corbet, Genu to be < the :6th regiment of dragoons, co by Col. Burgoyne, in the room of Cornet William Thornton, preferred. Capt, japes Abercromby, from half pay� to be Captain in the $d regiment of foot, or Old Buff t commawiedby Major Gen. Bur* lamaged, fo that many Farmers have fultained great iofs. Tuefday afternoon a Ibldier in the guards being informed that a deferter was at work Laft Friday died in child-bed, at Briftol Hoc Wells, Mrs. Lucas, wife of Dr. Charles Lucas, fome years ago an eminent Phyfician of this city. On Friday laft died of a violent fever, at Guy's Cliff, near Warwick, after a very fhort iJInefi, Samuel Grearheed, Efq; Captain in the Warwickftiire militia. One day Jaft week the Hon. Mr. B_was unforrunatcly drowj)ed3 l�y a boar overfetring in which he was taking diver/Ion on a fine piece of water lately made near his houfe in Somerfec-fiiire; there being no fcrvant at hand when the accident happened.   He is greatly lamented in the neighbour hood* as no- gentleman was more beloved. A foreigner, a native of Danrziclc, ftands 1 [Price Two-pence Half-penn^ man ded Crofe, went to apprehend him : on entering . the place, the flioe-maker inftantly laid hold of his knife, and wounded the foldier in dif- | Mr. Hillma malicionfly firing a piltol, loaded with powder and bal)s at a Lady, in the dwelling* houfe of ferent parts of his body, in a very defperate in King-ftreer, Tower-hiU, on Monday, about fir o'clock in the evening manner ; and though the neighbours gave    whereby the Lady was dangeroufly wounded in he got to the top of   her left hand; and a reward is offered for ap- the houfe jrehending hi Custom-house, London, Aug. 3, 176?. For    SALE, By Order of the^ Honourable Commiffioners of his Majeity'y Cultoms, &c. (In Purfuance of an Adl r| Parliament of the Third Year of his prefent Majeity) On Tueiday the 12th, We  ered, and flowered \ Mens Ruffes and Bo-wcHpkt Kvith li>ready Gauze and Catgut ; flowered and brocaded Silks, plain Silks, Satttn rdvet Shapes jor Wafloats, Silk Hankerchiefs\ and ficndry other Silk Manufa&ures, and Variety of Eafl-Indta and other prohibited Goods. For hom E v ON'SUMPTIOK. Sundry Pieces of Mujlin plain, Mujlin Handkerchiefs, Miifltn Seckcioth:, Mt'Jlin *wr?u?ht with foms Blots or Blond Lace and Ruffes, Bene Lace Kuff eing diifolved by mu-tual Confeittr on the 10th Infhuu ; t beg l^eave to acquaiAt my Friends, and the PuMic in general, that I have entered into Partnerlhip with Mr. Bartholomew Dawfon, Grocer and Tea Dealer, at the Tea Cheit and Sugar-Loaf, in Newgate-Screer; wheie the Co-icii:uAjice of their Commands will be grat^uilly acknowledged, and taithfully etecutvd, by 'flu ir molt obeilient humble Servant, Newgate-Street,         (For Partner a:id Self) fitly      r;67,_H  \j. ftACjCHOUSF!, HERtAS, in the Norths W�lJcKti\b? in tne worttamptun .V.eruury, of : c igtn of July, -ah Ad-vertifement appeared, daie \ *rom U'e:'1 liad-ioi!, Julv inviting All Gentlemen Gamrflers, ana Well wijherS to the Caufe no er Gallon. To be rafted at the above Warehocle* Samples of the Jacter Sorts, at 2 s. 6d. per Direct to CHARLkff- WEN MAN 3I*�q_ Rovai L^xchange, and tney IhaJl be delivt^tlia ' J_____    f____i�______________T*_V . inaeaFretin HewetVcourt, near Charing  1 charged on oath, \rith kmioufiy, wilfully, and | a,e U M and b k a n u x, xmporti on the Cuitom-houfe Qjiay, by the Pi cheon only, ar die loweit Prices. Very old and exceeding Hiie PORT, TAIN and LISBON, Wholesale, or a Doien.-For prefent Money only. Caitej Bottles, &c, to be paid for, Ik allow'd when returned.   

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