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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 27, 1765, London, Middlesex t 4 ' 1 ven Numb. '^0 3 From TUESDAY August 27, to THURSDAY August 29, 176,5 T nee WO-DC H pen y Frorrt the Lohdon Gazette. Y the Iatl letters from Col. Defma-vetz, his Majefly's CGmmitfary at pun-kirk, we are aflh*" red,that orders were given by the French Miniftry for immediately Tetting about the demolition of tiie lettees^ .which are the ftrppwt of the harbour of Dunkirk. BANKRUPT; James Liptrotc, or late of Mauchtftcfj in the county Palari^ie of Lzyicafter, Merchant, at the Old-Coffee-Tianfe in Manefiefler, Sept. Dividends id be made to Creditors* Sepr. 19. John Goram, late;of the city of Briftol, vlronmdD'ger,'. .at"' tM Fountain TV � rerji in the High-'Uree^ IjriftoL Sepr. 21. David Herbert, >f My mouth, in rhe" county of Devon, tfiaholder, at theMitre in Plymouth. a.'m erica. Weymmh^ Aug. 16. Since my laft failed the Succefs, Flew; Iudufhy, CoJlius; WiJ: Jiatu and Mary, Weflan ; Succefs, Gound ; Unity, Gibfon ; Thomas and William, FJaun j and William and Robert, Thoddam, for London. Arrived . the Mary, Xanderey, from ditto; and Nelly, HqffacJc, from Jamaica Poole, Aug. 26. Arrived the De/ire, Wefton, from London. 'conduct, is preferved by the. members-of j the new Miniltry. a.~ joined thern fo much 1 honour dining the period they w ere'ddt-in* guiihed by the title of the Gioiious Minority. Letters from Conves, Aug, 26. Came in, the Reward, KendaJJ, from Rotterdam for Madeira and South Carolina. Sailed the Batchelors, Urcjolurr,'for Rotterdam, from Sottth Carolina j and Neptune, Mackenzie, for Bremen, from Georgia Port/mouth, Aug. 2*7,. Arrived the Thomas and William, Watfon, t from Ri^a ; Lively, Hicks ; and Gofport, Nicols3 from NewCaftle j Adive, Urry j and Sarah, Horn/ley, from London. Laft night arrived at Spithead, from Chatham, the St. Antonio man of war to be a RufTja import, that the German colomib lately arrived there, wiII. have as tine a fpot of land allowed tneui to fettle in as any in the univerie, in a tine, moderate climare, near the Cafpian- lea, which will ptoduce fi|k, wine, Sec. We arft informed that bread is to he kept up to the jprefent" high price, though we have as plen.ifu] crops of wheat ihh> year as has been known for thefe many years ' p^lt 5 but if a ftop is put to the exportation of it* the Farmers will be glad to'fell meir will be re- Houfe, : ;icMrinn will foon be 'mile. an rr.'.er %:"t'i,e Privy r:. lt t^oszr. L i - T pore cf LnrCc:\ .^me urn? ! �?:^ei\ 'for p.:rta:ir;i of r" ir-*:^:i corn. ihe Lm- a grain ar. home, and the piic ' duced of courfe. Very'large orders fiom Spain are come June 14. Fri-i\Uen. of his from Port/mouthy New Hampjbire, day laft-airived here Capr. Atten, Majesty's iloop Gafjtee, and failed hence on Saturday, and on Monday ie-' turned-with a Enench fchooner, called La Amatie, belonging to Hifpanioia, burthen 60 or. 70 tons; (he was lying at anchor under the land in Ipfwich Bay (in the Mafla-fhufe^t's Government) ahnolt leaded with bricks.and;lumber, and bound for St, Fe-ttr's/near Newfoundland, gHird ihipactlus port sad remains witMhf oyer for lhg purchafe of corn fo grear a Putch man of war ; and the Rofe, HiJI,. froffls fcarci of whJch hag nQ[ been ^nown therg Waterford, for Rotterdam, 1 - * Deal, Aug. 27. Remains the Exft India-Yachr, Arrived, and fuled for the river, the Alexander, Geale, from Jamaica. Wind S. Graw/end9 Au^. 27. Part by the IfdxJla and Mary, -Hall, from Riga ;..Love]y Hrtkyy Rujfel, from Dominica 5 and Two Brothers^ Bafs. from Helvorriluice. To the PRINTE R. S I R, pon the liberties of the" fubjefts of ihis realm, dining the reign of the late Mioiltry, areas aftoniihing as they 3re-infamotjs. There is �not an aft which t-hey have been inlbumen-tai in cauflag to be pafTed, but is ilrongly tinfturjsd with the fpiric of ryianny and op- Yeltetday Capr. Alien, of his Majefty's dr"df^ conreque.iKes of the vVilfon, from floop Gafp'ee, failed again.on a-cruize. Ncv>my*rh Juntto. Our lateft ini-elli-gence from .London,-is, .that a Mini-office ivas going, *o be eftabtifhed in this place, for coining filver, &c.-When thejr-bring the inftrjumems for this,Office4(lhould the account, bs" true) it is to be hoped*they Cyder Adjt, are too well known 10 need any comment upon them. Perhaps there a:e o:hers which have taken place fine? this notorious eltahliftunent of Excife - Laws, which are equally alarming and grevious ; and it is furpriling, that ihofj who-call themfelves advocates for the liberties of* the for many yea.-s. The Fnnce of Wales cutter has lately taken a fm-uggling lugger, from Nantz, and fenc her into Fo^ey, .with ^ quantity of French b/andy on board. Tne Charming Nelly, v Malaga for Hull, was branded on the 14th inllant at night off Uflunt j and ir is thought both fhips and cargo wiU be loit. A (hip, John Hop, matter, from liour-deaux bound to Hamburgh, was b*.arJcd in the B:iiiih Channel by i'iraies, under Eng-lifh colours, and robbed of two cafks oP indigo, and a che't of uine> with fjnje othej" paiccls of merctiandi^c. His tscetieucy ihe Earl of Hertford has appointed Col. Cunningham, aod "Caply Hcning, iobe'hi:; A>d.de Camps., Thiufday wab married, at CheiUo Cayvr. Peter Fli-croft, in the Merchants;fer.yice,-to. Mifs Safari Fic^of Liverpool; till inch rim? us otrr Toiht Ims rvcri.-w! ^. 'C*^f-� .tU2 l.iteiy Ile^n ^'J^irJieJ [Uere oh t-Li^'-u' yt\ of - the N^wt'ojinJ.i u\l\ /iil;t*rv. SmuLiy. 'LjvVj-' 'Mayore/s ^ppt?ared Cotu:, dreHed-in -A, m.iz u-j:^ l-luc: and hiv^. Tiiejft...ivri:e frdin Gi^ralr r3 tli.tr :i French . frigare of war w.ts at rived rhjrr- Tram ioiu. Jing on ch^coafls of ti-.rf ifi.oid F^j?.*il, on \Vx co-ail cf � Afriqa, bsl-->jig:n^ to the Vrxv?, j-j^vions ia a gener-al bombardmeju which ij to Ire m.ide there by the f.jn ecn d-^ermir;?d rh-.tf it was not iiiowabie in his cafe, ai:d ih?ref;:re rcfufed. - * � Extracl of a Utter from ~on bw.rd the tiara-
Hector and Trfj; 'K:uon. Roy.al Clurbue came ^1^1 Rulion o Xv m-V tiiepcople.havetakennonoiiceofrheSpin: he went for the .eeoveryof his h�Jih, will alio bring the hullipn, or they may r ^ ' ufeitf er^d a,,,!!,, R�,i f-f,-one r,f thr oldeft Mer- ftop their hand of.Exponation, asundoub- ning-houle* which have b.en lately eredted Mdly the took mtfft ruft. if the Officers or their Maftef� exp^l-co find any kind of fpe- cis here fufficieflt to keepihem bright by Cxerclfe, We hear from the June IJy at for a week or two Tiger or Panther has been fceu in the woods in that neighbourhood, not-far from Mr. Depeyfler's houft. It has kilted feveral dogs, torn a cow fo that (he died the fame day, ami' carried off the calf; it likewife canted off a colt of about a week old. Eight men wirh their guns went in fearch of ir, and ftaned it aiadi-ftancej ir fled wHi great fwiftnefs, and has C\nee been at the Fiih-Kili*. 'BoftcM (in New-England) July r. Funerals without mourning, or ihe giving ofEnglifh gloves, is become fo fafhionablc, that there bas been but one bu:ia] for many months p^ft,-and" that a Negio, in the o!d Fafhiun 1 in Tome parts of this kingdom. Is it, or is not, Mr. Printer, co�n(ifteot with tlie notion we have of :y .v-.i\v.s ties Your's, L O N D O IS. Tuefday there was a grand levee'at Sr. day morning, at fivts o'clock, in Hyde-pask, 1 JLJ between an I'iih ^tnd a Scotch'gentleman, * 1 but was happily prevented on tne ground, by the interpoluion of their fecuaa;, io [lie 1 F-W>w ,, efvl,lB. ^ ..our ntes -U } / honour of both. Aueiaay uieie was a gianu icvcc di 01. 0fl Sunday nigI.t a quaircl happened at bavwr the rr,f Fr,t-ui Re^,h:x,ce o: uls, James s. Her_ Royal H.ghnefs .lie Pnncefs J Ntwitmon Buus, betWeen fume journey- 1 <� ^ s, -:j !b.ne ;:.-:.mv. ! i(c>e* XAtt^iiui'i to d:j',b-i';? t> c ",;; c;jft Dowager of Wales came to Carlton-houfe from tCew in the morning. Tuefday was held a Court-of Common-Council at Guildhall, when a motion was laft I made, that a congratulatory addrefs fhould Tofeph London, upon the happy delivery of Ijer way of Stamp-duty. hofiony July 4. Monday morning departed this lite, in the 6zd year of his age ^Jreen, Efq; of this town, Merchant, late partner with Ifaac Walker, Efq; deceafed. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh^ Jug. 14. By all accounis theie is a greater profpeft of a good herring-fifhing this feafon, oil ths WeftCoaft, than has I Francis CoJcayne, Kfq; been known thefe many years. | sir Richard O'iyn, He. COM M be prefented to hi* Majeity from the city of Laft week iuch quanrhies of mackarel were taken oppofite to Gieenock, that ico J Mr. Deputy Tyfcr, Majelty, and the aufpicious birth of another Prince, and the queltion being put, it wis unanimoully carried, in the affirmative \ whereupon the following Committee were appointed to draw up the faid addrefs, viz. ALDERMEN. Sir Mat. tfiakifton, Hr. Sir J. Cartwright, Kr. O N � K S. Newington Buns, between fume journeymen Taylors who happened to meet in company, who are diitinguuhed by the names of Flints and Dungs, the forrj^r of whom hand up for high prkes from the matters, and the latter work for the co-n-n>bn prices eilabliihcd by the Quanei Sef-fions; when one or them, na:ned Mihs Pldnk, received fo violent a blow on the head with a quait pot, thit he died foon after. The veniforr-houfj belonging to Souih-Lawn lodge, in his Majelty *s fore it of Whichwood in Oxtordfhiie (of which his Grace the Duke of Marlborough is Ranger To it r rn-^t and- TliO?i/.S PliLH -\ M. t I 11 E -Partiierihip 'nf fohr; Harn.?5 and D-.iIcii, 1:\ ^L-.i;'i.de. i.-et:;g di�IoJ\ ^v. l-y jva-v. /A Co.-lcju-j 0:1 [he 2oz)i j iH^;r ; I ! ^ I m-, e irt .uq'iiLint my r/ieix'^ c- e lJt.i�';.j r: :;c\e-r*!- tti.;t I jKive enter.d �:ko \hri;.t;-li.u) with Ue-ier, -iC tl.e (.':;e(t a�id o'igj;- * oaf, were fold^for a peTiny. William Monday the 19th current. Gailo Mr. Deputy Gammon, died at J Samuel Freeman, Ekj; , upon fqkt NEWS. Plymouib, Aug 23. Yefterday puffed by this port rhe Lprd Moilaiid, Cat*. Nairne, from die Eaft Indies, but laft from Ireland, for the Downs; Arrived the Pitt cutter, Neal, Com-jn^ider, f?og3 a cruize after the ftiuig^ltn. Yefterday failed the Sherborne cutter on a cruize^ and the Sybelfa, -Francis, tor Briilol. On \\ nefday laft failed the Dutch man of war pruize. n a Plymouth Since my laft arrived 4.41?. Jtoreas frigitte iroxn.Portunouui *? Kit axm ftm 4*xui�c. Mr. Arrh. JBeardmare, Mr. Henry Major^ Mr. Thomas Honie, Edward Ingram, Efq, J Mr. Henry Hall. This month being a tecefs at Guildhall, when the oflices arefliut, the Aldermen, Recorder, and every perfon ielon^ing to -them, chiefly in the country, and fome at a very great diitance* lerwk'ed it impotijble for tne Lorti-Mayot to .call a Court fooner on this occa(ion. We ate informed the following toaft was given at a great man's late enieiuiniuent, viz. " A happy agreement bee ween the new Minittiy and tiie city of London."-This great mas may be aiimed tha: fuch a hapj^y aereetnej)t will cetrainly take place, if live were taken av;av. was, on the zHAi of la it monrh, in wie night, broke open, and a hi ace'of buvki, ancj three buck -\s\u. There are at prckru in PiUon, and | in'Clerkenwell budcwcll, no leis ths;; 164 feionsto take their trials at the enfuing f=f- ftonatihe Old Baily, w of next month, and will be the'lar^cit iei- J fion of gaol delivery 'hat ha a bee: k n o w n j in the memory of dr. oldjft r/an living. Articles of Intklligbnck, frorr /be FosTscRJPTb all the Evening tlifir C-it\i�et.l, Sc;eet m papers of iajl Tuefday. We are well info: cr.ed rh?.t foms atfiirs^ grear coiifecjtieiHre arc refoked on by rhe Mina-try, which will turn out nvieh ro the advantage of the trade of this kingdom ::<:~�\mtz-$tre:t) (I rr lUrtiier ujiu Self) AS the Phcecf Usher, or Second Ma srtK of the Free Cs*rini;i;ar-School in WuCi-iesrieid m j he Councy of Cheikr, wilt be v..:.::;: it Micb.vdmas, cl:e Governors of the r:M i:^l i'lve Notice, Tha.r .'they intend to ar_ltif fotx cne fr.i-J i'hee. A'\y i.-r-uluare, ia w-itiwr of che U'liveri.t �es wtio co.i \\ eil rccoravnej.ded *yo hi^ L^ i^M and MonJs, miy^ in fL? ni.-an Tin;*. m 1 ^ ^ roe:f, 9 *- Tnei'day tl.e r.t of Q^.ob^-r Jieec, Sccoo! !*iVikiu Maccle.Held^ � y Ten pTi--the Foreiivion, in order to V.ec't a tit Pei 1 CO 9 Til- A-:?nc for rho faid U"o\ti^on. The iTrfsnr S-ilj ry ^ Fcrcy bis, tencficial| and public ipin'te^ trcfc^ The nvQ uouoUr uo:::ts to be fertl.d by the ai;d nny probably be cqniiderably *z*rtf .;ted in hi. at ch; meeuu^ ot u:
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