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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 22, 1765, London, Middlesex                                I vcnm Numb. 5900 From THURSDAY hi, to .SATURDAY August 24 I765 [Price Two-pence Half-pcnr.y fht CtoUhfio* of a Dialogue NoATH American and aa,< [See laft Saturday's Par. N between poffefling confeqUence of what I mentioned laft tfeek; I fhali now proceed to a(k you, if, as a numerous  people,   and great country, it is not leafonabfe that you fhould be taxed for the defetfceof it ? North American. Nothing more juft; and this is already done by the ReprefemauVes of the people of every:\d exiniine into the flare of the feveral Homier towns in French Flanders, from whence it is co:]jodur-�J, that a blow of tp"i\K>r-tiuice is preparing foon to be (truck iii rlut quarter. Letters received from Mobille, in Urt(l Florida, mention rlie arrival of two ffore fhips at Orleans, vvirh divers kinds of military ifores, from Old France, ef.rirted by a King's frigate, oji bo..rJ of which was JVJonfieur Jonquiere, who was a cominanding officer during the Lite war in Canad.t. It is added, that the French defign to extend rheir Indian trade very confi-derably, on the weft fide of the MiiKiivpi. The Affembly of the Clergy of France, have . pa (Ted an aft, importing, that the Conitmition much damage. | \jnigen'itus \% an irrefragable law of the church ^,^0 ""nnnu. ^ inafcer of do&rine, and to which all the faithful mtift adhere, under pain of mortal fin. This a6l, afier having been tranfcriled upon the regilters of the Afl'-njbly, lias been remitted on the fame occafiori. ,     ",n,>�JJne B^P^er, ^ was 10Jr^ul   T^ �      Kirg ; ajJ ,i,a hifto,,, preftnt ac fdav the Rieht Hon. Mr. SecretaW   ^fnd^ and burnr' thal hTe was obhfd 10   tht Affembly n-.-.td :t with -ut the Jeaft o,�Pofi- cated to the Kirg ; aJJ the hifhops prefent ac Againft *ho� b .hi, T � Coii ylVa gr�rkvT� a. hL X.       b=d,r,a,y ,o,,eyrf ,, the London hof.i.a!. The only enemy we eveT had was Ca The Indians we are at grace withi . Buc was it otherwise, 'th&*&&&r is too contemptible ta requue an Smi? fi6m England. What then is their aie? it is quire clear to be, from a jniftaken-^olicy,.. K> keep us in awe. Tis pity the advifer of that aieafure had not been better informed of the difpo-lion and loyalty of the colonies, who "#tmld thank G6d and the King for the departure of tiwfe red-coats out of thth; fcountryj ^ace tliey can be of no life in"the colonies; whofe real defence and proteftiori is received from the Britifh naVy, and the Right Cle'veland-rowi On Wednefday Hqn. theCountefs of Effingham came from her feat in the cotfntry to her houfe in St. Umes's-ftreet. Letters'from Oftend, of the i^th inft. ad-vife, that a fhip of that port, Capt. Ailara, lately arrived at Namz from the Weft Indies, on his paffage, in company with another veflfel, in the meridian of Tenentt, they difcovered a funken iiland, on which j the (hip ftuck faft for a little time; Capt. Atlam took a draught of it, and fent it to iiis friends at Oftend, for the ufeof tnafters The mother of a young girl who cleans flioes, and lives at t he end of Chancery lane, having forbid the fweeiheart of her daughter feveral limes from coming to her lodgings, but to no effect, as he not only con- rion, and copies are f-iu ro the aljfciu Biihops, thnt day may Jikeu-iTe give ch-ir adhs/ion ui writing. A pjreur is Lk\ ro lie prep.iri'-,g fct creating the molt Hon, the Marquis or' Rockingham a Duke. valour of their own natural and well-difc -     f ft.    who       >h        tQ ^ lheir plined militia; Removfe, therefore, your army, and'the taxes will Tubfide, together with the difconteot which they are the caufe rf.- Is it not a fhame to be drumming about, and taking   we are informed that no proceedings have yet been had againfl; the felon* in that eaoL who broke, out and an extract or a letter iium .^ia,, u were retaken after mardei ing Mr. Stephens, ted Aug.14, faysiWe have had a remarkable    .   , ,    & hay orgrafs, the crop ftort^andgraifl high, meal 15 6. per boli* cattle high* apdiio complaint of ^manufaaures felling i ~%6\d and filver feldom to be feen j notes are the only }�things at prefent. Officers are appointed ^cotmnand tl�ee aew independent companies of foot, which are forthwith to be raifed.to be fent to the late keeper j but their trials are expected to come on the begininsLof next week. Thurfday morning the. Dody of a male infant, fuppofed to be about a month old/ with feveral marks of v.olence on tae body,    ^ ^        f'tlx Crown_ made co our LmbafiT.idors.at foreign Courts, in order to eiuhk rh?m to fupporr their cluradters wirh the grcarer dignity and fplendor, Ic is reported, that a. gr^nd promotion "of military officers will foon be mad?, in which merit aJid long fervice are to be chiefly confi-dered. The Jate Mr?. Wolfe,- the mother of the Tin-fortunate bat brave General of tlut name, has very humanely Jeft the refidue of her etlace and effc&Sj after hei de*>rs and legacies aTC paid, to be difpofed of amougft the widows and families of the officers who were employed in military land fervice uixkr her fon,* Ferrer a 1 U'oife. We hear thac a" Court of Exchequer, like that in Weftmmfler-ha41, will be eftabfiihed in Aufes relative to Senegal. Newport A few days ago was the iile of Wight, Giles Wekten, Efq Portfmouth. Mifs I every therefore m navy j Courtier. Pray which are the duties and taxes that you fo much complain of, arid what is it that you defire to have done ? North American. The duties iaipofed on foreign fugar and taken of; the former drawback on India goods and German lin.ens40 be allowed, and the ftamp duty to be re- Thfs,.Ithink, would be the true- . and do honour to pealed. intereft of this kingdo; , that Auguft Affembly were thbTe acts fir ft paft i for, wife as that Houfe is, it is ftHl compofed of failihle men," as liable to be deceived by falfe reprefentations as other men re i and whenever they have found this to be the cafe, they have immediately repealed or amended (itch laws; as almoft every fef-fion fhewj.   If this, -Sir, could be done, ^*e (hould-foo'n emerge out of that defpatr r� rlirnorn US in.    We a& ha anufafturi e- our own goods, or of mvittng over chanicks, but return to-Agriculture; for of ________av(t enough, and we ftould bt content to have our good* from England: and it is bv that only that we can firmly be Courtier. ana perfe/Uy   Frances Doughty, relift of George Brownlow Doughty, Efq5- of Snanon-hall Lmcoln-fiYrre, and daughtec to the late Sir Harry Tiehbourne, Bart, of Tichbourne, Hants. By her pious and charitable life fefr is great ly lamented by all who had the pleafure of her acquaintance On Tuefday night died at his houfe at Hackney, in an advanced age, Gilbert  Af* penlon, Efqj "late 'Sugar-refiner in Qood�. man's Fields, and a Juftice of the Peace for the Royalty of the Tower of London. On^Wednefday laft Mr. John Rutherford refigrred his place in the Laft-India.. Com: pany's-Treafury.  ' _       ,� Same fey was mimed Mr. ThomaiCocfci Merchant in Lothbury, to Mifs Qreei),op. Crifptn-ftreet, Spictlefields.       ; ThurTday about noon the gabel end o* WiU*s coffee-houfe in Cornhil), and the houft adjoining, fell in backwards, but happily no lives were loft. The Mft Weekly Bill of Mortality mentions rturileirh of a peifon aged rbz. Viftualsfold in Fowey market in Cornwall, on the 17th inftant, at-the foUowing prices, viz. beef from jd- halfpenny to 3d. fanning and jd. per pound; mutton from ?d. fertbing to 3d. per pound ; lamb at ditto ; veaf from }d. three farthrogs to 3d. was found by a Bricklayer's apprentice in the garret of an empty houfe* which was going to be repaired, io-Glove-alley, Tooley-ftreet j a woman is taken in cuftody on fuf-ptci6n of being concerned in the murder. - It is remarkable, that in the five populous counties of Hens, Eflfex, Kent, Suffer, and Surry,, no "more than ftxteen perfons for papital offences were convided at the laft er affile, only three cf whom have beeo executed. On Wednefday night three women were rum taken Eait We hear a fpecia] commi/Jion is preparing for the^difchaxge of aU fines and co urines ro the Crown, or otherwife,       which many, wliof h^ve been long imprifoned5 wiJJ oucs more receive thrir liberry. Divers Complaints are faid ro have lately been received from North America, relative ro the -impediment thrown in the way of their rraJe, *by fame Commanders on rhar ftation prefling the men out of their ccufting and orhJr vefiejs-'ib chat they have not hands fuiEcient to navigate their {hips. Several frame-work Jcnitters  havefc within cerned wichfeveral others in forging feamens    thefe few days3 ejigaged rliemfelves to go to wills; they were on Thurfday carried befoie Kew-York, where a manufaftory for making the Lofd Mayor, who committed them lO    jfilkftockings audmirts is fet on foot3 and likely prifon. Saturday laft, in the afternoon, as a number of boys were playing round a cart loaded with bricks, in Farthings-fields, fome of them pufhed the cart over, which falling boy belong to meet with grtat fuccefs It is laid a lundfome new flreet will foon be built, from St. John ttreet, through Swan-alley, to Gofw.ell-itreer; by which means fhat ruinous and danserous jiuifauce will be removed, and a 4 commodious road opened co Old-flreet. in 4 fpo and it is faid that the boy's mother, upon holders, of the County of Sussex. � Gentlemen, fo greatly affeited that &e was immediately -I  TTIS Majefiy having hem 'gracioufy rfpnriv*�r\ nf her fenfes. and fo remained in a \ Xi   tleafed to abtioint me Comptroller of'bk deprived of her fenfes, and fo remained in a deplorable condition 3tiil Monday afternoon when fte died. * T Articleso/lNTEtti6^kcr, &v. -from * the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of 1*1* Thurfday. It is faid letters patent wiH foon be made our, for recogniiing the royal tide of DaKe of Lan-ca^er iii the pgrftiof th^Jiew-born Prirlce, Ins Majeily's tl)ird fcft, together AViih the .feveral-revenueg and luya^ies atmexed thereto. : It is faid that the young Prince, of which her Majofly was on Wednefday fafely delivered, will be Inptited by the names of Edward Frederick -and rim his Royal Highliefs the Duke Of York, and their Serene Highneffes ihe Here-4it?nT-Princf and Princefs of BrunfvvicJc, are be'fuohfors, ; . t   r   . It'is reported that his Royal Highnefs the Dwke of 'Gkmcefter will foon be created a Rear Admiral of Great Britain. His Wfyal Highnefs the Duke of York, we are aflured, will hoilt the Vnion-Aag^ as Com-bander in Chief of the yachts, upon cheif return to England. �     , � the Prince of Orange is expeaed W.^ve with the yachts; and a marriage witfi o^ie of our PrincefTes (which will be laft of that noble family unmarried) is fcid to be as grjpd as con- appoint me Comptroller of bit Hcufeboijl, my Seat in Varliamer.t ts become vacant :.I tberefor$.4tJire-the Continuance of yoyr Favours, in giving me your Votes and Inter eft for my Re-eUfthn. ton may be affured of my always having the mofl grateful Remembrance of this, �your former Favours: and that I tmtfi Ends avows j as^ leave altvayj in me. faftvfully to difch'irge the Gentleman, 1 am, rmfl obedi&ty and '$ge4 bumble Servant, Thomas Pelhajh. TH E Partnerfhip of John Barnes and Benjamin Bacicnouk, Grocers and Tea. Dealers, iii Cheapfide, being diflolved by mutual Confer*, on. the aoth Lil^nc: I be^ Leave to acqfl*int my Friends, and, the Public in general, tW I have entered:into Parnierihip. with Mr Bartholomew Dawfon, Grocer and Tea. Deiier, at the Tea Cheft and Sugar-lxal, in Neweate-Street: where the Continuance of their Commands will be gratefully acknowledged, and faithfolly executed, by Their moftoberiUPt humble Servanr, xt^*,,**- street (For Partner and Self) **ff�%!S *T L BACKHOUSE. -4 the Palladium Author gave an .Offer, in this Paper of TuefiJay the.- Air eluded upon. The X inft of Poland biiboulhoW trooM tokaxu tW Pruffiaa aercife Author with a tine, djrefted for B t^fi-ac Mr. WooiJey's, the Comer ctf PtodUlyi wh*n'^d wh�he n�y be^ipox^A.   

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