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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 20, 1765, London, Middlesex Niimb. 58-91 (jAfcBTTE Isieut. Francis Vignoles to be Captain Lieut T Wtdneftlay e* rys ?he Kina of Maj ifs Brother, gave, at his houf to Mils Mary At wood, of Wells, in Somerfetftiire. Thursday died, at Yarmouth, James Oldfworrh, Efq- late a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy. Same day died, ar his chambers in the Temple, in an advanced age, Mr. Pubois, potTetfed of a plentiful fortune. Saturday latt, died, at Bridgewater, Phil- lip, Baker, Efqj Kcceiver General for the county of Somerfec which marker, and ftole out of the fariie four pa* of filver buckles, ' ' " difcovered. Tuefday afternoon a Portuguese failor was taken up by one Woodcock, a Carman, asar Dotfors CommtJns, on fufpicion of in rhe murder of Mr. jjmith, he wounded Mr, Woodcock with t hanger before.he was taken; Articlr$,/Iktrlligence, e*. fr*m tbt Postscripts of $\\ the Evening Pipers of laji Tuefday. The King of Pruffia is making tife �f tlie hot-barhsij} Silefi^ Letters from BrufTels of rhe 1 jth inll advifc ttut ail ordinance had been jull iffoed in favour of zhb ctpnrrarion of falt-vrovifioiis, whereby, independently of the granary offifty fols granted by an ordinance of rhe iyrh of November, 1764, to be paid on rhe exnomrinn nf On Monday died at Mickleham in Surry, - r-j. . aged 72, Mr. Walter Payne, uic oldelt and . , . , ------r-r-.._, Sub Lieur. Thomas Dilkes, of the fe- J molt coalideiable Callicu-tfiimer m that | TyJ^*yt�r _cl,e flffl,r^bc�jwted from rhencb weight of Alt provihous, and fo in proportion, coad troop of hoife grenadier guards, to be Captain in the 43d regitnetft of foot, com^ manded by Lieut. Gen- Noel, in the room of Capt. Nicholas Lyfaghr, who retires. Cornet Robeit Botuhby, of the nthre- hence-this day in the afternoon for Potzdam, giment of dragoons to be Mib Lieutenant in f 1 ri-:-- 1 the lecond troop of horfe grenadier guards, ______ ._______r _ igh and Prince* of Prnflu J and, after fupper, his uey to Briulfividc the 1 lrb. proceed commanded by the �arl of Harrington, in the rmom of Sub Lieut. Thomas Dilkes, preferred. county. ' Sam� day died Mr. John Smith, Steward to the Foundling Hofpual. Same 4ay died, tiie Rev. Mr'. Evans, Cu-r^te of Si. haul's Covent Garden. Tuefday died Mrs, Wildey, an eminent fiftnionger at Biilingfgtue* and many yeais laiefwoinan of rhe turbots 10 ibe Du.cn hfli-cry BANKKtJPTS rtquirei Pofurftnder. Srephen Bell, late of the Devizes, in the Cbnnry of Wilts, Woolflapler, at the fign of the t3m tree in die Devizes, Sept. 3, 4, and Thomas Craven, now or late of the cuy^ of Chefter. Grocer and Ironmonger, ai On Monday laft they be^an hop-gathering William Belford, Gent, to be Cornet in j in many pans of Kent, wtucti is three weeks looner than ufual, and me crops are likely to be hne and fun. Monday aneinoun a cricket match was the nth regiment of dragoons, commanded * - ^ mm ro foreign countries, free cf aj] duties, eirher by water 6i laud. Letters from Gi'rajrar pofirively afTert, that the French Are building fever.] frhaj] fljips of war Ht Corfica ; which, when riwitbed are to be font loaded with fhip-timber for the dock* yards at Toulon, and the principal French ports bordering on rhe Mediterraneaji. h is now faid, that the poll of High Com- mifconcr and Lord Privy Seal of Scotland, will both center in the Argylc family, and that the Courts of Judiciary will remain on their old foorin - Talbot in "Eatlg ajid Ofl. 1. Chefter, > * * prTtficate to be allowed* Sept. .s o. Thontai in rh*�mumv of Bedf GoodhaJk late of Harrold On'Monday laft an.exprefs arrived here om In^ruck, in Tyrol, with a letter om the Etoperor� acquainting his Ma-$q s&d the Royal Family that the mar- I 1 by the tail of Ancram, in the room of Cornet Robert Booihhy, preferred. Charles Frederick, Gent, to be Enfign in the ift regiment of foot guards, commanded by Loid Ligonier, in the room of Enfign Robert Keith, prefeired. Cornet Alexander Earl, to be Lieutenant in the lit regiment of dragoon guards, commanded by Gen. Moityn,_in the room of Lieut. Argyle Dalrympie, preferred. Capt. John Wharton, from half-pay, to be Captain io the doth, 01 Royal American regiment of fo^t, in the room of Capt. Robert Brigftock, who retires upon half-pay. The gold and (ilver medals which were iffiwd lait Friday at Court, in commemo ^------- played in 1 lie Auiuery Gioui.U by tne gentlemen of Suiry and Danfufd tui un^ huntiied [ of It is reported, that a perfon of high rank, on being Jarely offered a great employment, refufed Jayin cr cc 03 ration of his Royal Highnef eleftiorv to the Biftiop * tetwctn^L^Rqyai J^ighnefs Archduke . ;have, offthfrfac^ the ftg F abu. guinea* a tide, in prefet began to be ouuageous, levcjai ct whom vveie dan^eruuiiy wounded and biuifed; hut the aiuichbeiiib renewed on Tuciaaf it was won Dy 6ui ry. Moiidjy latt a young fellow, a butcher iiniuitcu wiin.aDt)ut fi.jty pound* by nis uiiilieijjMubuy cattle in Smr.niieid-mai kei, ini'cad thereof he went wno the Aiciuecy-g.ound, aiid lponed away itte wnole lum � Leopold of Adilria, and her Royal the Princefs Marv Louifa of I Highnefs Spain was accomplished the jth inftant at the placeabovememioned, Tuefday his Gjace the Duke of Bedford, arrived at his huuie in Bloomibury-fquare, : tjon from France, 1 ~ Samedqy, and not before, the new Board of Trade met for the firrt time, after which the new appointed Commiiiioners were fworn in and took theii feats at tne Board. To-morrow the yachts are to fail from Greenwich for Harwich, where they are to remain till further orders. His Excellency the Earl of Hertford does not go back to Paris to take his leave in form of the French Court, we being credibly informed that be has fent to his Lady and Family to return 10 England. We hear that the Count de Guerchy will not return te England as EmbaiTador from the French Court, but that another perfon will be appointed of equal rank to his Grace the puke of Richmond. The Right Hdn. the Speaker of the Houfe of Commons, with his brother Peregrine Cuft, Efq; and feveral others, are gone down to be prefent ai Grantham races. On Monday night Colonel Johnfton arrived in town from Ireland. Tuefday ^ pe-r�ituig on a (hield, with his Royal Highnef^ arms and coronet royal: on a pedeftai are rhe mitre, crozier, and fword, and the words Spas Public a are fuperfcribed around. 1 in bcuingupoa ;iie ciicc Ou Iviunusy evenin players, loon after fix o'cieck, the cailloon iilackfnats bridge wao got atloat, and canied to its proper place, bee ween the pile*, for erecting another pier. Ontnereverfe is the following fuperfcrip- | '^few days fince a duel was fought in Tothih-fiehis, between an Irifh Gentleman and an Officer of the fame country, when they both fired their piftols,'but happily miffed each other, on which their feconds interpofed, and observing they had given fufficieot proofs of iheir courage, the com-- batants fhook hands, and afterwards break* failed together in a very fiiendly manner. FkEDERJct.7s, M. BRIT. PR. E*JSGOPV$, Qsxabrvg: d, Br. fex. Luk. Ann t/�nte Georgio Tertio M. HRiT. FR. H. R F. D. D. brunsw. ET luneb. S. R. j. a. fcT Elect. Patre, Et Rkge opt. tostulatus episc. XXVII Februarii, m.dccxxiv. A gentleman offered the Captain of the Eait Indiaman, who brought ho.ne the curious little mare, three tiioufand pounds for that animal, provided he woukj infure its Thar he conk! not poUi'-ly accept ir, eouliflently with rhe love he !>cre to the Pndih JKuion, which would ever be the ob)e clined accepting of. It is faid orders has been fent to the ifland of Sii^and (which has been always remark- 11 breed ed him of his watch, half a gninea. and Chiflehurft. rod They wrue,*omi Saxony, tha on h �ft ^ ^ ^ for ftr wjlj th Afflines, Efq: fet out from inftant a fire happened at Sprodo in that SrOermanjr, being appointed hisMajefty's Head Epretter there. His Majcfty has been pleafed'to coniti-and appoint Major Thomas Hay to be WT 'autCoJonel to Uxe 7th (or Queen's) .^amtfni ^f4drigpbns,'commanded by the ^-n'^tviiV^r^^rd, in the room of Capt sliieuieaiinc tor riie 14th regiment of foot, ^TOl^ff^^tf^ Major General tfczmiit of Capt. Lieut. John the Sid f&hWn*, in the room prefer fefti Second Lieaietran half-pay, to be S"l,?in ^VsaUvandSo" ingaftarpenook aaopponunify, intheab-ment will *o dury m the-bavoy ana bo f,5 oflhe faioilv to break a pane of focw- 57th regiment of foot, commanded by Sir -� * t Bart, in thfroottt^of William Dawfo�, preferred. ' Cunyngha njerfet Houfe. ?^H
fidef beuig diiftjvfd by mutual Coilent, on the 20th Iiiihwit \ I beg 1 eave co acquaint my Friends, and the Public in #ene-r^]3 tnac I have entered into l-'artnerfhtp with 1 Mr. Bartholomew Daw ton, Grocer a*/d Tea [ , Dealer, at the Tea Chclt and Sugar-LoaA *^ ^Jewgate-Sereer; wher? the Continuance of. tlteir Commands will be gratefully atjinaw-^/.^ ledgetl,*and faithfully executed, by Their niojt obedient humbleServanr,-KeweatfrStfeet, (for PaicneranttSelf)
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