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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 13, 1765, London, Middlesex                                >-om TUESDAY" August 13, to. THURSDAY UGUST  15,    J'7^5' f 1 r-:u � L-. do? 1 rt C  1 \v. � 1       J From the London Gazette r. Kin^of the Ror r.&arrived on Wed-lufday    la'ft ' at   the I1.11/e of Count Beto-ni, 011 the Lak^ of Gard*,.    Upon no-ice iuvtn co tuis'Repub-^ Ju bt the Kind's ar- r 1 a J,    orucrs   Were orucrs icm to the lVuieflas of Hr 11 i 1 and Sai'o to who had rubbed :i*ui co:i;m;� before of a confidciab'e fain of :r. not finding the uil:y pjtfsf?, th.7 v-j-u c-fF peaceably, thuu^u o-   1; 1 -ir b^-ii.;vii�ur tirft very fa� a 1 confeq ic.vjca ueie appie hended. attend, and Ihew hh Majrily . Jl poflituV marks of refpedt, and to contribute, as n uch as pof-fibJe, to his arriufc-ifienr during his iUy there, Latt^vveek the Duke of Chal lais pa (fed thro' the Veneri.in State in Lib way to Infja*uck. His Royal HigLntfs was eiirertaincd by the Governors of Ifcrf. v-fo and Kreicia, with all the Fro-' noursdueto his binhand di^ni;}^ and was ef-corted by a parry of horfe/ Barcelona;'July 27. ' This city is novv hr-noirrrdxvith the prefence of the yonngefr Prin.^ j of the Houfe of IWecJtJehLurgh SrreJicz, who j arrived he-re the 2^th infta^rt, ?nd though h-s \ Royal Highnefs travels njider the nair.j of Count who has money, and who-has none, leveral | in fearch of f�j ;*e of the hd:.\ , who is engaged in any coniiderable adventure he e. Times, it is though:, however5 are a: the-v/orftj and as we have a p;omi!ing 1 1 i 11 1 -    1 i w A fpecial co.nn.i.Iion v-ill foo;i be lju-'xi for a Courc or Qyc; uno T,-; .ni^er to b for the cou.-.ty uf KerV, f- t : 1:^ ;riil if.!]-piifone;s that weie curco! r.eJ in  iu nurdt.t of Mi, Stephen.-, l.rc Xeepei of Msidiic:*. ga'.�l, who iiuus ih-:i; ciLj^e, but arc fi .cc 1 etaken. 1 Ik- of had l^.u-- as     . ice dn.-'.r-jcl   i,:ir fr.im \llS cc-:,..:     '\ ri.ri. ^ nn !>ine rc i.^h rr.^hir-s. V> ? ..L-.ir from y.u     1^ prof. w w of a good crop for next year, it is =>      ArTICLESc/IntRLLIGR^CE, Join; Law'.s, aii'.-tni: e;:r ;\r::v:.:v, 'i ,,v. '^irK of rh  . 1 � f Alironoivy ar :;r, (' nii.^e, ro rhiiv i;-^ of Kil.-:h �in -r- n, .:: C. z      ~ i,   w Ji 2 - o I. hopwd A:.:igua will again flou.ilh, and a-bound ,vi:h plenry." Caj-.   ''atteifoi , of the Bi'd-in-hand, ar- J froi-n ri-'c." "f: c 1 Ti Senegal, has br; ught home fom j Week *� tio-.^c a young Ly*:�.    Inch is furprizingly vauie j it i" 'a'd      \ - io;ended as a prefent for fome of th^ iv-yal ;;amily. By the Jail icitcis fiom Senegal, there is advice that the French had made a of toe  t o ST.- CR 1 ;> t ; 1 Papers of luf, Tuef.:iy. It is r-nrred r!i E .1 ex r r>r; jv ,ry Ami: or r ;-i * 1 i  1 1       t y 1' tauc conv.miliou r'.-oui cli.-.t MoiU.uh co ti,^ Courr of 1    ' 'q' Wuh Gtove have- pofes to'fee out-for Fra-nca-in two or three days. Florence^ July^ -27.. A TripoJinc Knw-aiTa-dor arrired here a few  cays guia r.iade 0^5 v.r I .ui'i an  I fetucaent with 400 men at Arguin, wheie it ha> been long talked of our fending troops to take ,pr>ire:1ion thereof, tiu Parliament having made proviiion for that pu'pole : it with the mmqft dillindfinn.   His Highnefs pro     i: furi^er added, ' hv if the Frencii are fuf- icred to keep ; oJeifion of this place, rhe ai Senegal will not be of any confluence. W hen Senegal belonged to the French they fold ihtir gum from 8 1. to ill. per hundred weight : we now fell - it them fur 4 1. There is none to be had but from Senegal } ar.d was fecurir^y given by the Merchants _to the Governor there, to land in England, and by a duty on its exportation from hence, it would be of infinite ufe to our filk trade, by rendering that article dearer to a foreigner in the fame brarch, as W*e Hre informed, thai fame new r^'d.-ttio^s and alteration n\ rhe Courts of Law, in Ireland, wili loon i      place. All the ad rices from Parnu f.iy, that the Infair ];!>: itt Aicx-::diia, had h..d ;'.) it din^mper on.e before.    If foy how will tlr: learned Facility ac- aiivuni. L,i\ w ?-k ;".\j>al .S-.rf,eons a;\! M..--: wer* oin:c : ly tl-r L�*r    01 iii-.- Adnu;Jr\- - :[^n-\varr.iits wri v : n:r vii: ly made our, a::d ;iiev li.td bur 24 hi-rrs yiv.r r!>."m to i\vv.ir io m'c Comnu?]; :.s?       .0..ruuii   in order to he lhippcd    r Ivm I- A\v. -iL-1. Lait UlujfJ:. ^^ "reared mc-:r;r" ever at whl.h were v>refr:it call!?, and ^il the tic crusty.     The Si-bde*s -jy �, h;-.i::r�' Mr. .vhafto's L J \'''- icur^ Mr, ^;;i; ley's known ar I,ei.\ his Grace in; Nobility K.1 "*s R .1 1) air! r r 4 ^ j who lar-.Iy died of the fmali-pox n :u'ocar. :7~; ! \ K'-nieo^.;]. i r-.^r. i:: 1... r 1   .'. j. ciij.t  for ics fecoi:d .-" .varance ? t:   O audience of JVIarflikl BotU, with j'oi2;e Cvie- j ninny.     His family is numerous.    He lus 1 lironghr with him twenty fiaj'bary horfes,. and | fome wild bealis a prefem for the Empe ma.'.c one of ri.e pi ci,\'.l o. j-.-dtions ro i--rf. u- /| Jutioj:^ ic is piry ti:-i'" tc.vices do uc: add, wr.e-' j ther, at tnc fir ft r:;n: r.f his haviiig i<-, hi; j Highnefs received 1: ir. rh.c iia:ur..l or .aclh^i.d i way, A Jercer fiom Paris, d.md the zph p.ft, 1ms tbis palfage ; tc &;ii'e Jover.c of si   .      . before the I*:.-1 r...1 r.avii.anon ot th.u x[\ r hid bre:i curii^ly (lo/: for     es\.I ve^.j, \-      ii o     j  '     i  - 1 / *      * 1 *      f 11 *    ^ * t' ~ 1 cn:ia. ,4 Crvuc i ^ o4 * �1 a. 1 m ^ I well as a very considerable encreafe to the i Fiitaiu, ly the mrric^iuie ar.d title, of Ha ion ; Rc venue.--The gum is very  far up the river  none bui the Englifh can get ic. Ic is fa id the fubjedt of divers appeals fiom Nor.h America, is on the expediency of annexing their feveral proprietary -Governments to theciown of Great Britain. >  .......;   l-\r- micted the exportation o; wiie-r, In th.is au-fwei" the writer nukes it appear, rh.t, wi:h rhe precautions that aie tak^n, rhe fchemj attributed to tiie F.nglifh of intending to Kny up all our corn, and feJl it ro ns again when rhere is 1 1    T " I o i:g-u chains and TraJ.i > m t to l.-ud thrir  :d- fu  . t :any yeais 3 Supetca-go m ti;e Levant tiade T..efday a Genial Couit Ma^;ial was Sept. 9.   John Chittenden, of HawkhnrH, in    held at the Wa Odice, of wh^-ii G.neial Xenr, -Merchant^  at  tire Qtieen's  Head iii Kawfcliuri*.   "� Edit'      Freiide;.  y when i Seijcani, Cor- E.liot's LONDON TutfJay the;* wo* a g,i�a  aid of Tica- fury i\ hicn fat for fcve-al uuu�s, and u (aid. to be on fume aifau& 1 cla m+i-o the Planta- tion.- 1 :1 � i i vy Among others prefent at tjic levee on Tuefday la It at Leiceitei Houfe, wtit- Lotd Prc-ikent of. the Council, Loid Seal, .he two Sectaiaries. c ' Sta.e, a': the Lords of the Tieafuy, ah i.ue, Forei-^r. nifters, and many o:he;s. of the JNobilit-y and Gentry. po*3l, aid two piiva:e men,   his lively-hood chiefly by gathering mulhrooms, hav-new'cloathed himielf, and paid his landlord an anear of  rent,  the landlord fcarcity, is all ideal, and obferves that a law which was ivnde to prevent the firmer from liarving in the mid ft of phnry, ihouid not be oppnfed by a chimerical jjiudeuCv." Extrafi of a Jeter from Brujfchy to an eminent Houfe in this City. cc A lingular cafe h*s happened in the university uf this city, fuel 1 as has not been mentioned in any hiitory. - M. Nicholas ft icon, fon of tliL- Couuieilor of Commerce, &c. of her Ln(>erL.J .M *j-*Uy, native of BrulL s, and de-fcendei from the ancient and no'de Kngliih f-niily ofrh?r name, iwving Joil nis i.i'h.i ar the agf* of eigh-r ye.irs, .*nd .p'.'lyiu^ himf.df ro ihtdy3 J performed Jus conrfr of ntun-o'ity nt in- Cohere of tli.- Auguihu.- friti's, :n (vuileh, where lie eaiiud in ah the different c! .lies the ri:ft prize ; To itie Gentlemen, CLugy,   and Fi.ee-holders of tneCourry of Sussex. Gent r. l v. a s , 11/ / ^  Ji Li  jly   h.rchi*  Ik:',  g^acrvfy a J. -pie -yV-T u .zrv.v;f r.:?. Cc:": :r\lrr bis Ikujeho.d, my Sest /' 1 *:*-;:.:>-:e).t :S f?tj-r/;e cant : I there- >v df>e the C.-?di7:uM.:e cf yen* Favours, in pijt- ? we ycttr l\tes and jrtcrclc lor my Re-rl>?iLTon >'..-.) be rtj!:r,-eA o{ my .;r::-a\j i having the >riy? .y-'t-'-id ket?;:*r:i r.7,� ce this, j as veil      of \:ur /'. rt.-:er I.news ; .iv.l t'.itl jbtzil uje my irtwj: Lr.deazwirs, as iL.-ie alvr.' do-.ey J.i:th-:r!ly to o.'jJ ir?.: 11 e Trs't ) ju vcpoj tn me.   I am, i-i:r.t:eme?s9 Tuy mojt iiedier.iy ar.d Ltbl ^ed i urr.iie .< fZ;,ir.ty ThOMAS  F('T. M.\M. H JF, Partnerfhip of John B irnci and rtenj.tn.in Hak. ouf.%   rocers t.nd 'Je.t even- in poetry ,    . T        i Dealer?, in Cheapudc. [xri;,^ Ui.ioiv-ul by n;u- Aiterwards he went to Lou- > uu] Co?;fenr, 0:1 the 20th Initant S I       L.ave vrtin, and there iludied the l.w, widi fnc'.i z�al and application, that this d.�y the iSth of July, 176/, he fupportedh.is thehs in the prefence of ami of all the karn.d doctors of that univeriity, with unhe.o-d of hrm- a junnerous aiuaence, t nefs, prefeiye cf p'ind, and eloquence  fo t!;ac ^ j.,'!,.1 nlrt he may we.l pafs Tor a prodigy of naruve, ii\v:t j ro ac(j".l.uic my Friends, and tl.e Pu." ho in general, tu.it I have entered into Pannerihip with M r. Ha r r h o! o m w  D.\ v10:;, Grocer and Tea Dealer, ar. the T;a\ Chelt and S'igtr-Loaf, in 2Seu ; -ite-Strect \    where  the t o. t*j.i;a:.. �  of t!u-ir C.mMIjiuwill be ^rat.-fuJiy ar.^iow- � t r T ) a  :�.ii> c   jiiits  and 1    4     * I   � ar.d vJo' Letters from Brunfwiclc, da'.ed Auguft 2,  he found xhree guineas in the held near the j already carried oil up-w-o'v.. of-000 ho: ils :uid aflerr, that his Royal Ki^hncfs the Duke of ! Voik wili be-at Brunfwick fair a'xmt th^ 5th inllant, and that his Royal Higluiefs, accomoanied with her Royal .Hiehneu the \v .irol-o::1:? . 1 k, -1 ii\a neat tnc 1 Foundling Hofpita-!, while gatheiing mufti-rooras, whereupon he was ai!cha:gea. On Saturday the Corona's Inquelt far at Maidftone, on the body of Mr. Stephens, �- ^ 1- ^^^^^ frincefs Augufta, and his.Serene Highnefs.j ]ate Keeper of the county gaol of Kent, the Hereditary Prince, wIJ! fet out for ling-.| xvho w^as barbarouily murdered yefterday land ih&zcth tnftant certainly, and are ex-pefted here the beginning of next month. By other letters, from Btunfwick we are fe'nnght, hy the priibners in his cuftody, and.brought in their verdid Wilful Murdei againfl thirteen. mules at M.ir::uico. Mr. Child an entinei t tLnor, arid fine Hivo:;r, ly the livCe or Punckeoi-, a: os. % !. f;:iaiier Ciuan-tiiie?, a: 9?. 6u. V'er (;a'..oj:. '!'-> Le tailed a: r1".-1 ahowe Varehonfes. SanVT ]r-of the lafcr Sorrs. at 2    6d. -^t Cdturr. lJirtxt to CKAMLrS VVhMMAN ani Co. Royal :->-.c,ia-*.ge, and t;;ey lhaii be d^'tvered 111 or jie/.r 'lowi. (one Gallon or upwards; Carri- 1 * ^ 4 1 � 1 *    1    V ^   ^ %        4 r] e Puji- w u k;;;i::rs at 9 s. per infofmed, that the departure cf the Prince .    =0n Friday laft a B-iiklayer fell from the    vuiceiu Africa       u. , otn .  >v   h and Princersof Br unpick .for England is   top of Aaron Capadocia's houfe, at Stan-    H,}v m our progve s , fl,^.,  r,    i. ; * � fi�d for the Mth initaat.~His Highnefs in-   i in MiddlefeX> and was killed on the . ,        , .     , ;   f. ,� . rends to maife the tour of Italy, and will leave the Princefs here 'till hi* return. Prefentsof Shetland herrings have been fenr m rheir Majeftie^ and the reft-of the (pot. Tuefday the Butcher's fon who was in cuftody.on fufpicion of committing a robbery at Fonfmouth, and lodged in Wood- Royal Family, from the Society .of the | ft'reet compter, was re-examined before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor j and there " '    a charze aeainft him before Sir John this year. [h Filhery ; and. we ijear that tne Filbery :ha� been very fuccefsfui w Weft India Merchants gav Fielding, he was afterwards fent to that Ma-iKhate for examination. 'an elegant entertainment at th&.K.in^s-arms Sunday ni^ht Jaft, about ten o'clock, a tavern, CornhilVto the Hon. Henry .Sey- j pbft-chaife, with a gentleman and lady in ir, was Hopped on the City-road, � near the bottom of GrayVInn-lane, by two foot- refpedt to this qnarrcr j indeed f> g-'-at lirangcrs were tlu- tn?sliih in'he gulf of Mexico, titar I am inr much Jnrp'i2ed .it their having Lu*en a little overreached. Xcw Orleans is a very large and a pleaianr town, the counrry round it is oxtnniely fertile^ producing nor only rhe neceffarie^ but even the luxuries of life Sug.ir grows in the ifle of New Ork.ins3 and comes much fuoner to perfection than in r!ie Weft Indie;, the cares they plant in Dccemher being ready to cut down in October. an. R r;M ard BRANDY, inverted and fold on ;hc('ultom l.otif- Q'iay, hy mei-'iece or Pim- cl'.^on on!>r, a: the loweit l-Vi:es. \'ery c!d and ev z^\i^ lire POUT, MOUN-AIN and I.I6HUN, U'iio'daL-, or at iS s. per For ;:r;.fcnt Money only. his-Grace the Marquis of Rockingham. Lord Harcourr^ and feveral other perfonsof dif- j pads.   The gentleman was roboed of two guineas and fome filver. On Sunday evening Mr. Proffer, a Corn- tin&ion. It is Charles Lowndes, Efqj that is appointed one of the Joint Secretaries ^to ihe Treafury, and not Richard Lowndes, Efq; Alember for the county of Bucks, as men-tioaed. bytniftake, in the papers. letter fr dated % " The encouragement a perfon in trade meets with here, is, at prefent, very uncertain, thesredit beiag in a very poor flate, 1*4 ft is a tiftdit-matter jq judge rightly Lighterman in Shad-Thames, who was faid to be in good circumftance?, hanged himfelf in his bed-chamber. He wasfurety fome months ago for a relation, in the fan of .123 I. who abfeonded, and Mr. Proffer was obliged to pay the money, and has for fome time paft appeared as it difuidered in his fenfes. On Sunday night Jare a poffe of failors I fci] c>f French veffcls, with dreamers flying, caueinto Black-Boy-alley and Chick8laoe, \ wd tfeqjtf Admiral ^ their head, fiihi�g otf After you pafs the hke Pore charrrain, where our province commences, upon chegulph, the foil is bur poor ; and turns gradually worle rhe more you advance to the ealhvard. On the bays of St. Louis, Pafeagula ar.d Hiloxi^ all arms of the gulph of Mexico, ftretching within this country, cUere arc a few Frci.ch plantations j in fome of the gullies, where the violent rains, common in this country, gatl^r the !>?it foil, there may be raifed Indian corn and vegetables  Luc the quaiuiry is Jo fmaJl, that ir is fcarceJy worth the attention of the phurer." A gentleman lately arrived from Newfoundland allures, that he faw upwards of a hundred TAl Dozen. Cafks, Bowles, c^c. to !* p-.id ror, \vi:ich (hall healJowVl 'a-licii r-riiHi'th___ KeVTaWvI-sT) RBXJT1C FLU ID Is no\v,i.-eyon..; Dr.-.ibr, univerfaily known, TH AT nil Diieaf-s of the Skin^ t:ic Scurvy ic.r.     . t:c.3?a>l Ki ds of hrur-ions, S->rc=, nidi c'-e -er'. -1 r*r .t -� by- vtrv Kne Ma*d, ditco-�c;:d in 'iT)>i K ! V, Virf,:c;:.   f,, cii.a .ooui r)if>rdcr> ;i i> io pov.-cituU) i-rcv-di-t;u: :rrz �-3jv*� N'l-c!  a!r^;cd '.*.r.\ v or.1*/-n-::-. or any ;ii;id, a?f nicely cuiCl!, a�^i T.x:�re or'du- >m rcitv^- -"d b) v\ to i:> ir.jft    nr..'. a >d ivriect S:a.:.   ^ "l- ;s fjid ut ^ s. i.i lU:i-. 1 r..-::'.r> -.vhicn ar: lr.> cd wi-.h Mr. K^'i a: 0. .'.icuija, uiv^n To b'4Wad a: Uaitcr%> C'oft'.e houle, in ?rUanCC-A.l-1.-, : Wt. Uid'.'--. Piinj-fm^, Lu i^a-c hill j Sir. Dcani v\-I1iop, hie. .iidy, N:�;. T;i us, iu Shandos-ftrcct ; and at Mr. Lewis's, JiwlUiiko     RuiRl-ftrcct, Cc-   

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