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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 29, 1765, London, Middlesex                                The Poft. Numb. :9�3 From THURSDAY August 29, to SATURDAY August 31,  1765.        [Price Two-pence H-If-penry AMERICA. Chi-rlf Toro�'. Si* th-Carolinay June 26. IEUT. Governor Tryon, of North Carolina,has iffusd a proclamation requiring all perfons, who, in virtue of a patenr or patents, from the Governor or Commander in Chief of South Carolina, before the 24th of September laft, are pofjfeffed of any land* wiihjn the pre lent bounds of Nouh Carolina, according to the tempo rary line run by the Commiilioners of the laid Provinces, to produce fuch patents before his honour in Council at Wilmington, on or before the Z5ch of April, 176*, that, proper -orders may be given for recording thefame in the Secretary's office, as'a failure therein may operate to the damage of the party negle&ing: From. Fort Prince George we learn, that a Meffenger arrived there the 4th inltant from Virginia, wi>h copies of the refolu-tions of the Houfe of Burgeffes, and a letter accompanying them from Governor Fauquier, to the Chiefs of the Upper Towns. The five murdered Indians belonged to Chil-poe'an'd Sectico, and have powerful friends in the nation, who it was thought might be exafperated ; the difpa:ches the;efore were fent to the Supeiiniendant's Deputy by an Indian, as in alllikelihood theexprefs would . have been knocked on the head. The Young Warrior of Eftaioe, having a^great deal to fay in the towns bj&fore mentioned, i�fet off to try to reconcile the fiends of the paity who went out, 'till they can be taore paiticularly informed j and we are not without hopes tfeat this unlucky affair may blow over, though another of the like kind *yas the original caufe of the late Cherokee war, which coft this Province and Virginia, as well as our mother-country, filch immenfe fu'ms. In confequence of exprefs orders from the coon of .Spain, for all foieigners to depart from the Havannah, many French, Britifb Americans, fcnglifti, Scots, and Iu(h, have bsenobjtged to leave that.city ; thofe who were mairied and fettled met with a little indulgence, but none was (hewn to any foreigner arrived in Cuba within the three laft year?. The number of French obliged to depart, exceeds that of all the Brium fub-je&s above-mentioned. Cbarla-Toivn. June 2.9.   Sunday laft arrived heie his Majefty's fhip Fen it, com-, rnanded by James B emen, Efq; from Pen-facola, fiom whence Sir William Burnaby is failed for Jamaica. - William Proclor, who was an a&ive robber and murderer, at the head of feveral parties of Cherokee^, during the late war with 1 hat naiion of Indian?, is at laft taken and confined in Savannah fa'ol. A North Carolina paper, of the 19th in-ftanr, has the following paragraph, viz. The Northern Affembly feem to be much tlifpleafed with the itamp duty ; and it is really faid that fome provinces liave refolved not to pay ir. LONDON        ~~ Thurfday his Grace the Duke of Norfolk arrived at his houfe in St. James's-fquare, from his feat at Workfop in Notting-fhire. Same day the Right Hon. Lord Middle-fex came" from his feat in the country, to his houfe in Arlington-ftreer, Sr. James's. On Wednesday evening their Giaces the Duke and Durchefs of Richmond fet out from their houfe in Privy Garden for Goodwood in Suffex, where they will iemain for one month, when his Grace will fet out on hisErabafly to the court of France. Same day Sir John Moore, Bart, fet out from his houfe in Arlington-flieer, St. James's, for his fear in Suffolk. His Grace the Duke of Beaufort is expected in town nextimonth, in older to celebrate his" birthday, the 16th of October next, when he comes of age, for which preparations are already making. Ext 1 ad of a Utter from Whitchurch in Sbrop-/hire, Aug. 14. *4 Yeft'erday thirty-lix beds were befpoke in 1 his town for Monday nest, for Loid Lyttleton, Lord Temple, and their fiends, who are that day to pay a vifu to - Cores, Efq; brother to Humphrey Cotes, Efq; at his houfe near thu town." The Scots pedlars, among many others, heavily complain of the laie Cyder-iax. Fqraneily, when they travelled in any of the Cyder counties, they ufed to be gene-rouiiy lefrefhed and treated by the Farmers, �OA\uh -cyder, and pctry $ but iioce that act took place, they a:e told, if they intend ro d'ink, firft to take off the tax impofed by their Cduntryman, and then they fliall be as welcome as foirnerly. A Scotchman, who has been many years fettled in one of the towns of Doifetfnire, as a fhopkeeper, and in very good bufineft, h2s been obliged to leave that place fince the Cyder-act took effect, as no peifon would deal with him, and for no other rea-fon than his Countryman being the occafien of fuch a lajv having pa/fed. Ext rail of a letter from lVarfaw% dated the Sfh injlant. " The Sieur de Stankiewitz, who arrived here lately from Conitantinople, has brought the agreeable news, that the Polifli affairs have cimnged greatly for the better, fince the depofal of mil-late Vizir: Trie Grand Seignior's mufti are men of grea: prudence, and very pacifick, of which the dun of Vienna will avail iifclf, by fettling a fufpenfion of aims with the Ottoman Pone, which, it is faid, is alieady far advanced. The feveral rebellions and infur-^ rections which have lately happened in Afia, will very probably bring about a general peace between the Chu'ltians and Turks. They write from Amlterdam of the 2jd, inftanr, that the Dutch have advanced die whole fum of money which ihe Piench Ealt-India Company wanted, at lucrative inieieit. It is faid, that Lord Robert Manners is appointed Colonel of the 3d regiment of dragoon guards, in the room of Sir Charles How aid, deceafed. His Majelty has appointed John Wharton, Efqi to be Captain of a company in the 6crh regiment of foot, commanded by Sir Jeffery Amherft, in the room of Cap;. Brigitock, who retires. His Majelty has alfo appointed Charles Williams, Gent, from hilf-pay, to be Firft Lieutenant in the 2. iIt regiment of foot, commanded by the Earl of Pan mure, in,the-room of Lieut. Bofwell, who ictires.   A. Wednefday afternoon, about One o'clock, a new (hip called tlu' '1 eat head, of joo tons burthen, was JauiiciK-d f"-m Mr. Dud-man'a dock at Depifoid, fur" the A.uigua and St. Kitt's trade, the command i�f wincn is given to Capt. Ifaac Oliver. Tuefday laft arrived at Greenwicii. tw-# A:abian itallions, brought home from he Eait-Indics by Capt. Collins, of his iVU jelty's fhip Weymouth, which are allowed by all judges to be the finett ever brought over to this kingdom. We have the pleafure to inform our readers that Mr. William Havaid, of Drury-lane theatre, who was, fume time fince, killed in Ireland, by the papers, and afterwards brought to life again by them, is returned from that kingdom to his lodging in Tavifiock-ftreet, in good�heahh. Thuifday Mif> Grofe, eldeft daughter of Edw. Grofe, Efq- of Threadneedle-flreet, (Cleik to the Hon. the Lieutenancy of the city of London) was mariied at St. Martin's, Outwich, to Mr. Samuel Smith, the above gentleman's partner. A few days fince was married at St. Margaret's, Weltminfter, John Hill, of Privy Garden, Efqj to Mifs Jackfon, of Down-ing-ftreet j a Lady with an actual fortune of scool, Laft week a poor woman, in the work-houft belonging to the parifh of Bermond-fey, Soothwark, was delivered of three fn.e boys, who are now living and well. Lately died, in the jilt year of her age, Mrs. Jones, wife of John Jone?, of Lwy-non, near W'rexhara, in the county of Denbigh, Efq; and daughter of the late Love Parry, of Wernvawr, in the county of Carnarvon, Efq; On the 1 tit of lail month died, at Lif-bon, the Baron de Rebentiges, an officer who behaved with great reputation in thePrullian fei vice in the couife of the laft war. Sunday died Mr. Samuel Gaiter, Builder, in GofwelJ-ftreer. Tuefday died, at Mitcham in Surry, Daniel Blackm'.ie, Lfq; of Canterbury. The fame day died Mr. Peter Crofts, Bia-zier, in Whitechapel. Tuefday died, at his lodgings at Ken-Hngton, Charles Pickering, Efq; of Berkfhire. On Wednefday died, at his houfe at Dul-wich, in a very advanced age, Robert Pe-pys, Efq; late a Scarlet Dyer in Souihwaik, in which bufinefs he aequiied a great fortune. Wednefdav died Mr. Edward Johnfon, Woiking Guldfmith in Wardour - (Ireer, Soho. On Wednefday as the Earl of Befborough was coming to imvn fiom his (eat at Roe-hampton 10 atiend the Board at the Poft-Office, his can iage was overturnd near Putney by the horfes ukiog fright i ^but hap- pily his Lordlhip received no hurt : one of his fei vanrs was fo much bruifed that his tecovery is doubtful. ThurfJay mornirig fhe^Coachman of the Salifbury coach ftop;>ing-at the Whiie-horfe cellar, Piccadilly, the horfes took fright, when he endeavoured to ft y the f.iid treaty; which article ends thus ;. *' Thecourr of France wiiJ be informed of this ailair by the dilpatches which we fent by a Conner on th.e ioth of this month. The day I before yei\e^c}^y there was a Council of State j lieM .t Court on this fubjedl , the refult of i wlu-li u-as- como'unicated to the Members of the Admi airy, who cp having been put to tl'.-ir fupplies from New Vork and otlrer colonies : freiu meat f.l!s for ha if a dollar per pound, and feveral vcfT.'ls have l>*tn dif|>atth?*l to Cuba and Kifpaniola for entile and other fiores. They write from Canterbury, that the hops in that neighbourhood arc remarkably plentiful and fine this year -y that they were already almoft pick'dand that thty ihonld be able to fend fome of them to the London market next week. On Saturday a inelaiicholj' accident happened at Cottenham, near Cambridge; A filackfinirh of that town being a' gry with fime ehiden playing near his forge, fired a loaded gun ac 1 hem, and unfortunately wounded a boy in fuch a terrible ^runner, that he Lnguilned a few hours, and then ex-rir:tl The Coroner brought in his verdict Wilful Murder. Monday morning, between fix and fcvtn o'clock, as Mr. Srockdale, of Barbican, was coming to town from Highgare, he was attacked near lower Holloway, by a lingle footpad, who, on his refilling to deliver, fhof lum through the flap of las coat 5 bur, fome perfons then appearing, he was obliged ro make oti" without his boory. To the Gentlemen, Clergy,  ar)ti Fiea- holders of the County of Sussex. Gentlemen, J-f IS Majejly  having  been graciaufly *       fle.ifed to appoint me Comptroller of his Hmfebold, my Seat in i-arliamevt is become vacant: I therefore dejire the Continuance of \our Favours, in giving me your Voles au.i Inter eft for my Re elzcrion.   Ton may be ajfured o\ my always having the moft qr.iteftil Remembrance of this, as well as of your former Favours ; and that I j})all nfe my utmojt Endeavours, .jj I have akuays dore, fattofully to difih-irpe the Truft yoa repojiy in me.   lam, Gentlemen, f Tvtrr mofl obedient, and Obliged humble Servant, _ 1'homas Pelham, Rhiwcock, Aug.20, n6fT ; H E R E A S the Militia for the County of Merioneth -have femed their Term of Three Tears, purfuant fo the Statute in that Cnfe made andpr.v:dfd; therefore SAice is hereby given. That a General Meetirg for the appointing of Subdivtjion Meetings, ana for pttt-in% in Execution the Acis of Parliament relating *.>~s> Co-nnA B.iilirv /lYtA      /tin inn *!   \f.liti~ �* - County, cn IVednefday the t^th of September, at Ten o"Clock, ir. the For-:n?cn, purfuant to thi �>;'-recttots of the fa:d AHs. By Order of the Lieuten-int. John Garnons^ Clerk of rhe General Meeting. MEETING of the Irujieesfor pitt- ting in Execution the Acts of Parliament for Repairing the Highways between Tyburn and Vxbruige, in tie County of Middlefex, and for Amenair.^ tre P,cad le.idir.g from Brentbrid^e over HaniLell Heath, through tie Parijkes of Han-a/ell, Se-vj Brentford and Ealing, to tbe Great iVeftcrn Road in the (aid Counts, a appointed to he at the li'ufe of Mr Berry Rofivell, the Crown ar.d Cufi/ion Ir.n in Uxbridge, on Saturday next, the ith of September, at Eleven C'Chck' in the Forenoon. TH E Partnerfhip of John Barnes and Benjamin BacKtiouf?, Grocers and Tat Dealers, in Cheaphde, being didoltrd by mutual Coi.fent, on the 20th Infhait ; I beg I ta; e to acquaint my Friends, and tfePn'-lic in r;;.e-r*l, ttut I have entered into f^artnerihip vxzh. Mr. Bartholomew Dxwib.", Grocer and lea Dealer, at rhe Tta Chclt and S^gar Loaf, in Newgatc-Screet; where the Co-tinnance of their Commands will ba gratefully acknowledged, and faithfully executed, by Their molt obedient hurrfWe" Servant, Sewpate-Strert.        (For Pa�tiK-r and Sejf^ July 22, 1-57.biN j. HA�Kytfy& 'This Day were publiJh>d^'-1"^Kf In Two Volumes Octavo, Price ip.s J>oundy:'' The Third Edition, with AdJujofis lmproveivnrs, of ELEMENTS of CRITj�lSMv Pr'uitcil for A.MiBar,in rhe Strand; suid- %� fyit&tfdi n.d ]. Pell, in Edinbiirrh. N^-^iJ7^ Of whom m �j be hail, by the fanrifc- Author," 1. Principles of Eyuiry, in Folio, PSifig_�9ub4 2. Hiftorical Law 1'rads, id EJ�t. ijvey 61^+* ^- Efliys conccraiut BritiOi Amiq*icics. j $. t
                            

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