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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 8, 1765, London, Middlesex                                t - it*- venm Numb. $89* From THURSDAY Amust to SATURDAY August io, 1765. [Pficc Two-pence Haii-penny 'IS tk. feitival of lie Ki; ^. 1 Qj Joh and.Rayal Family, s, a i country ic i- of the ; Infaoi D  Mr. AntlionySpeke, formerly an Hamburgh Mediant. On Tuefday died of a confumptive illnefs, ;i�cd 3t, at his fathers houfe at Tottenham, Jofeph Barrow,Efqj only fun of Jofeph Ba row,  Efq; Baf-rttter at Law, Inn-fields. quoi) into a houfe in Black boy-alley, where J the oM iriddrtMVMtt Aoaili to"churth, ai�t.-ffi?e they rob6ed him of upwards <^f an hundred in Lincoln's- tWe Tn tlie'afieinoon" began a Bull-fi&hr, trhidtlathrd lill/unfe       '      '    "T when the com j any entered the apartments yi iLc C'-utir, which \� ere. finely iliurninaied. The King Tupped *loi�e, and at the fame time there was'a tabic ferved.up for i"=e foreign M milters: and n her pc'foi)* of Jiftinftion, who v etc invited to^hisfeaft : at e< which was a C rcert' hy me King's Band of Muficians. T\ie (^iit-t.-.anJ the Infantas plaied futfcef-fvely tin ihebarpfichord, and fung feveral C^ncea being finifhed, a fineiiie-vw* wa*. flayed off the garden "fronting 1 the ar?-iri-rr.en? ting Uie "Saint V-day wnofe name he bears. a  f ^. On Wednesday la ft died, at Briftol Hot-Wclls, truly lamented, Mrs. Todd, wife of AnihoMy Todd, Efq; of ihe General Polt- Thurfday mt^ming died, at his houfe near Cherry Garden, Ko-herhirhe, aged 34, Capt. William Shawfoid, late Commander of the Kainbow me-ctiant ibip which arrived frdm abroad about tei.uays ago ; the Cap-iaio had been ill dating ihe whuls voyage. Thurfday mornin* the con To .f Mr, Ravvfon, B-afs founder at Shadwell, was taken up near Foui".::,:-, Itairs, Rutherhi.he, d cairied home to a difconfoiate widow and three citildien. Ih had a gold ring and fome money in his pockj;s when taken up. Thurfday ,-56 . Dr. James's, chauot ja as (landingat the door of iVIr fir.g.on-Gore, a flalh of htning ftruck down one of the'ho;fes, and affected the* coachman in fuch a manner, that h^ ccuU -- with much difficulty drive home, and been ill ever fi has la ft She* borne the Thii nbharles B*k of pounds in gold, moftly Portugal Coin, and got off with their boory. Some women were taken upon fufpicion, but difcharged \ it appeared that a woman who duves a wheel-barrow with fruit, had ran away wiili the fum that was loft, or the greatest pair of ir. Monday nighr, about nine o'clock, As Mr, Waddington, Hofier in Holborn, was coming to iown fiom Baf net, he was at* tacked by a (ingle hi3h^ayman, mounted on a grey gelding, on Finchley Common, who robbed him of a guinea and a aa'.f, and three fhillfiigs in filver ; after whicti he rode off towards Whe'.itune, Wednefday evening one Jones, a Higler in the Borough, was robbed beet ween Vaux-hali and Clapham, by two footpads of between three and four pounds; and was beat fo much on the head with a bludgeon, that his life is in danger. Thurfday morning, about three o'clock, a man on horfeback was (lopped by the watch on Clerkenwell-gieen, and lodged in New-prif m, on a fifyiciun of having com-uri tedfeveral robbe ies The piecedin� evening, in ihe nei^hbnu-uo duf Hampftedd. On \X'ednefday iait, a, the felons -�'ere on the rood in the waggon ftom the New Ga-.l to C ojdon, to take their u ills at the a'Fize a failor, one of the piifoners, a ennftderate of his neat S.reaiham, and declaied he was the man concerned for Su- [y, fa^\ BiUton, in Somerfc; fhiie, was drowned in 1 . � �: 1   ! _ i_   i___i boa oveifet by fome accident. His eftaie, for want of'male-ifluej defcerds to his fui vising filters, one of whom is inaried'o Loid Byron, and another to Mr. Tievanion, of Cocnwdil. - a very great fffghi'here. The- piifoneis have  broke looie ar;d ftabbed the Gaol We are at The Keeper Mr,- Dere, the Chaplain, being tbtt�� 41 players, 1 hey confined him and his ii-vant.. Tney are at this time tnaftefs of tb* and have wounded two Milnia men, and every one that goes near thetjt fibey fire at,   Mz. Prentes^enn through the wail- of the room Be$^>v3s. He is this moment got out, but they "Ami. after him. They have alfo juit row Ih^ja^an dead ^ and what will be the e^�fcVheir ttf7rrg God only knows. A party oJhfoki*er^ have been fent for from Chai.ha*n,-m^ider to quell them. ,,_____________        _7 Montreal by the la ft Packers, are filled with themoft me-lanchoiy account&of the Miftiies of the poor fulferers by- ihe late dreadful fire iheie ^ many of whom hid embarked their all in arti- | wi'h mm in' ".lie robbery he was confined for j on which he fellow, named Garneit, was taken in-o 'cuftody, and put into the waggon among the oilier felony to uke hit trial with his companion." Articles of Intelligence, 6^r. from the Postscripts 6/ all the Evening Papers of      Thurfday. The reigning Duke of MeckJejiburglirSu-elit^ now af-Hanov�r, is expected to. acegmpany his Ri.val -Hiahneft the Duke of York in his-reenrn to fclngJand. V-Te are informed that rht Earl of Bnre fee our with the like difappohrrtienc as I.efore. 'lb*y arrempredita third time, and agreed, that if xhe girl fliotild agniif inrerpore, itn give Iivr a bond of 100 I. payaM? in One ytar zftcr \ke deceafeof Mts. C or uycin tl^ noir-pajrroer.t r.f* the money, L. ej-giged to m^rry rfte wel:ch. Things being;lius fettled, they m^.rriedj Liu in dhow a ye.r atccf the old willow riitd, Vl-ilc the Piu wOtfiut lay on htr t)f%th*L^, L. tiling In, or ar le^ft [refunded, that fhe was Fifcinated. Ir huppefcietl likevvift. -about rhe fiiO'.e time, that L's !ior!es3 :or \vn?:* of [nt>jer keeping, were unaLle to go rliionfji the work lie had for them* nnd iie conclndrd his h^rfes alfo were Levvirched. To Ik i" ti^fied, he .ip-plicdto a pretended CJotiiurer, v.',.� advifet! him to ble?d his h6rfes, and boil rl.eif Wood. L. complied, but finding this had no eft eft, lie applied again to his Conjurer, whofe fjcond advice was ro burn one of hishorfesto death, as ;m effcdtnal remedy to difrdver the ^irch. To rhzs piece of barbarity L� ronfentM, and the old Conjurer went along with him ro affilt him in the operation. The.pyor liorfe was fltftejied with Hrong iron chains to the earth, and being then covered with iiraw, &c. was bunit. The miforable animal niide a dreadful noife while burning, which grearJy aj..rmed the neighbour? hood fur near a mil? round ; he was near an hour expiring,    AD this ."roving ineffcdlual, L. ro preferve InmfeJf from witchcraft,   and 100 ajul they now Jive together. 7J the common neceflaries of life, and in danger of perifliing.   The houfes being covered with wood, according 10the cufto:a of the country, the lops'curnmuriicaied the fire to each other, and burnt witii fuch fury down-waids, thar u was impoiibie to venture into a houfe under fuch a torrent of fiie. An estimate of the lofs of his Majefty's trading fuhje^b in Canada by the above conflagration lias.this week b^un received, and ia prepaii ing to--be pfefenieU to a fuperior lioaid. -     - Duiina the time of tfte fire in Arundell-r. ftreet an odd fort of a fellow appeared, r where Mr. ]^kind of new Mohawk ; the old ones ufin^ i t to fweat per/; U with ihe point cf a lVoid, though no; manner dangerous but tiiis new o^ bhs,  mafter of the Coach and -in order ro fpeud 2 few tUys with Mr. Ki^hy, at that genrkoian siear i  ed jheir employmenrs, iolicited the Dyet for pen-iions, but that their recpieftrwere nor regarded, which (in our correfp^ndem's-words) ought not to be wondered at.   Indeed it*won!d have been I 1 To the Maya/, Aldermen and Capital Burgeffes of the Bormigh of Harwich, in the Cbunry of Essex-. GentThmen, '      ' * ' dS it is retorted a Vacancy is VtkeU to he ^ foon madi of a Reprtfentaiive of your Be- rough inParliatnenty )\iu are esraefily requeftcd nr to be Ba&y J ft promising y�ht ntes ; as by thii Event a Method mtiy^ pro:\if?ly9 be djfeovered tp rcleafej'ou.pobi thrStati of Bondage       have 7 wd j#{tgj&pj� Tc the ,Qt.irleuien, CJeigy,  and Freeholders of theCwuniy of Sussex. UBN'TLEBf E-M, - l/-t^ &fytfy^Qy&g been gracmijtf LX j\yfci io'altpQiwt *ne Cp/iptro>l r cf bis llwfebo.dj, my Seat in Parliament is icjjme vacant; I-tisteffirS' Sep** - the Cer4b.-. we 1~J0str Favours^ in giving ^, . - ,.it.l my me-tftftton ferves the Happy ^economy whofe Ton came that day of age, gave a grand en\enaintneni !� a great nuovber of �would it be for orber nations,, where the Am 'oeconooay may be nojsfc nsceflary, if the cni-toms of graining penlions, 6tc. wsaholiQieti ; and happier ftilh, con Id they on e lee mej) of rank and fortune execute the offices of fhre Southamp gi and mafquerade nd Oe a�d at night'here was-a v. v hich was given in hon- Horfes in Wood ftreet, Cheapfide, having   ,.T-------- . ! a fufpicion for fome time thai he wasde- [ without fee or reward: then nushr ratniujm, 1 frauded by fome of his Hackney Coachmen, | iudced, be though* fomethuig more than/W 'took the JulWmg meith d to de-ect one of       It is did that the new Mtuiitry wxlJ Ihort y I'tSm: Mr. Hobbs gut t^o of hisacquain-    dine with the Lord- Mayor -at the Man ion-boo e. inm to the Coach- I     The Jarge quantify otdi.mondslately brought into England, has reduced the p ice of that va- ! tance, who were unknown to take one of his coaches off ihe -------1------w -       /y-ii       i man. ro taKc uric ui nid ^^^n^o ----- -a     ^ ear of hfs Royal feneft the Dukeof Oloa-    g  ^    cheapfide, on Wednefday morning,    fciabhoomn�od�.y ��-r fifteen per cent ~>4t*r   �rh^ w*< nr^ren'     And on Tuefday     ll*"u     w   , y     '      '......_, c..-    . .Kj;, A imiinf.iflorv of worftcd (hoes, w center, who was prtfen-. And on Tuefday night there was a grand tnafquerade at the Town-hall of Southampton, in honour of his Royal Highneft the Duke of Gloucefter, who was prefem, as alfo the principal Nobility of the county. JL few day* afco the Rev. Mr. Ratfbeck ipftituted tdihe "reflory of DimchurcU in^ftt^SDUnty of |Lem. CeorgeV, Bioomfbu^Nfe^ Hughes, an *. \riant   Oil   anH   C.n\OP.fMP.n *Bj*Cad St. i I. f married at St. and 0___ had the coach out all day and part of the night; and when they were fer down the Coachman demanded twenty-five {hillings, which was paid ; but when he came home gave his matter only fifeen ftiliings j upon which he was carried bcfuie the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, and on making fatisfac-tion to his matter, and promifin^ to aQc A inanufrflory of worftcd (hoes, which are neither knit or wove, � juit eitabJilhed at Worcefter, and meets with great Aiccefs. On Tuefday lait died at Oxford, Dr. Thomas Hitchcock, fellow of Sr. John's coJ-ege in that univer/ity. The feJiow who ro!)bed Mrs. Huntingdon, of Broad ?t. Giles's, of a very vuluabie qiunriry of goods and money, fent her a letter a few diys ago, that if Hie would permit him to keep pardon in the pajHsrs, he was diftHiffed with      >m   >   and not proftcute iUm} he would <5i lei's, Waifo*d in Henfordfhire. Wednefday Mr inn mid Ul C'kjjj^i ~--------- to Mifs Vinicomb, of Fleet-ftreet. Thurfday was married Mr. Jofeph Brad-fttvy Stikman in Cheapfide, to Mifs Whir-field/daughter of the late Richard \Vhu-figld, oT Lonmonger Row, Efq; A Surgeon of one of the Greenland Blips which touched at Shetland, brought home te poney �- - - - - -        . a fevere repiunand from hh Lordfhip. A feu' disy^ i'uicc ihsfohowing remarkable affair happened in ISPew Gravel lane, Rat-flifF'faighway; two childrerj^ one three y&irs and a quarter old, the other only nine-rf iTwnihb old, quairelling, .the latter took up a Kferfe, and cut the other acrof* the forehead, "when the mother of the wounded child went before a neighbouring Magiltiare, attended with a Conftable, and took out a warrant, whhour. taking -notice.of the age of, the Jit lie delinquent, in confequence of which the infant, earned in its mother's ...  ._.    ... _# yotrr jornrrr Favomts^ ana ua: T [halt ufrviy i:.t)        (For Paitmr and Self) July      1767._Hr.S f, HAf KMQLJ.5E. tveiy DAY, 10 and hum London, The Old NEWBURY MACHINES, By the Widow Fiknell and (io. E T out from the Globe Inn ar Newbury, and tiie Hell-Savage. [.' �'^arr-HiJi, London, cveiy Dxy in tiie Week (Sundays ex-cepred) at Six o'ClocX in the Moming : iniide lJallfnge�'s to pay r igiu Shillings each ; Outiide IViTen^ers, ;uid Children ij; Lt. , to pay Four Shilling?, and the orher Krts of the I r.nc Fru'.o, difco-vcrcj' .1 "i7)5> yy *vlj-. K  \* SurKcri.   \ � cu a-ccu-s NwXki* H^nds, anil every part of the Uoj>, !i.;.-evv-r Jii-aurccaVl) ah.wtcd >v"i'u ( oms ii-i:s t: **:y Kiml, arc r.i'nhrely curCii, v kt. nrfto- L then ciuered hnnfelf as fervanr ro fir      1(1 hiK-phk C-::le;. wl ned to make an example of them for fo vil-    Mrs.C tlw widow; fooo after which the -^reed J.inousan irfu'.cunMagiftiacy. | w marry him.    Accordingly they vrei.c to Thurfiay mortiine early fome women of This gniknuii ^thrown from h   i fao^o-ihe Chick^ne ^ horfe a few days ao, vU�& occaiioncd his deal l*ut tl� yotmg girl, by whom the chrtd, Ibrhid the marixg OS (of llul (iise, Sooo *het 'l-'ib f ^Ui fjr 6s. in HiJC-pinc C which arr fc. -a wi-.li Mr. Ksy's Cypher, and Dire^too, fei^cn WTob"nna.\ ar taker's Coffee-h^.fe, in 'Cban^-ai-icv  Mr. t5ui'' s-(^c: ; a d at Mr. Lt*h'i, Boolaclki, in Uuffcl-ftrect) Co-   

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