London Evening Post, September 5, 1765

London Evening Post

September 05, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 5, 1765, London, Middlesex -� a. .1 1 J * 1 if,:..- v  .-.t i-4 t 11 V Numb Indians lately 1N ^�^*�vPf 't^e t ft; of 'Otoer. to uniteija*. > his Majefty and ihe Parlia-^lief under the infupportable grievance 9f'the Stamp Ait. NfofolK J*fyzi. Capt. Caftles arrived here'laft Friday from PenfacoJa, in 2 J days: by him we^ro, that Qn the i8th of June a ik)Op Brriv^^tiere fconx La Vera; Ouz, having "on boatd one million and a half of harfhoailted dollars^ and would, have traded for the whole had they been permit-; ted> but che veffel was .no fooner at anchor than fhe was boardecf by an Officer and-a Man that Cap he landed one finale box of dollars, or traded for*a farthirfg* they woul41eize all the fpecieon board; but'tl>ac he might have wood, water, beef, &c. in cafe he wanted any. Newport,* July xx. The Captains Dtipuy and .Weeden arrived fince our Jaffc In five iveets from Cayenne, who kejrr company duri^the whcJle of their outvard and homewafd-bound paffages tp and from lhat "that theendea-ablifli a .fettle- jxlacc. They bring advj ___ Leeward of-Cayenne had proved ineffeifuaU owing to the prevalence of a contagious hkd died, and thetfiflj^der were moving off. The caufMfli^P for this great mortality, was, y;of the climaie to that of Virginia, *hat fince the dkTolution of their General*AiTembly, by the Governor, in confequence of the re-folves occasioned by the Stamp AdV there has been an eleftion of a new Affetnbly; in which there was an exclusion of all thofe Members their own-country. We hear frc the former Affembly, \cho did not affent to thofe relblves; but tlaofe in theoppofite inteieit were all re-ele#ed. Wealfo hear from that Colony, that the inhabitants are determined to difcontinue the culture of tobacco, as the raifing that article tends much to the impoverifhn^ent of their land ; and that they propofe to introduces fpecies of agriculture that wiUbe attended - with more geperal utility, and at the fame time be more confident with the good of their foil. ; Philadelphia, Julj x$. On Sunday laft we hadihewather exceedingly warrn.here j at three o'clock in the afternoon a gentle-inan^ijjJBroaopiet^r, -hanging in the lhade, a^^'a^w^rw^ich the fun never ftines, was at ninety-fix and a half, which is five degrees higher to rife before. The fame day five people dieiby their ler-wbtlethey were, war � O ,N DO N. Thurfday night, and not before, the Right Hon. the Earl of Northumberland ahtved at Charing-Crofs, from \ his Lord-ihip'sfeat at Alnwrck in Northumberland. On Tuefday laft Lord Robert Bertie ar* nved.i i affurcd.that Hi -r". L ' 1 September \ [Price - Two-pcaicc Hail- \ - m i i cities of TtOTrfefort, renberg, and other States of ttw Ge Empire, have lately attempted tp-if|ulate the bale coin in thofe countries-, bur without eftcct ; which oc&vions a very tton^or trade and commerce i 1�any ytwirs head Secretary to the moft tfcnr and honourable foefcty aIes; of rich fnrnirurc, &c. were arrived ttiere from ' Germany, for rhe ufe of the Archduke LeopokL Several coaches have likeivile been feut riiither for his Court ^ and amongfl them one very rieh> . and in the Ivigheft talle, which the King of rhe Romans has made a preientof co his brother. Lerre-s from Warfaw mention that lyroprocns of tiie plague had begun to appear on che frontiers of the UXrane/ which had obliged the courtsNof Ruiiia to take the necei&ry fleps by ordering.a chain of troops to prevent a commu- - nicarion. � The Nabo(> Jaffier Ali-Cuwn, whom Lord Clive iud fo great a flu re in fupporring, died in January laft; and 'tis generally thought that Lord Clive has long before now turned another to fucceed him. Laft Saturday Charles Bolas, E&g. was elec- to drowned; aken body carried up, anc luhie parents. The ftory propagated about town of a tempting too great freedoms with the landlady of a principal inn in the " ed h im and On Wednefday Lord Majefty Ma he out any fort of foundation; no fuch cir- I ted Mayor of Shrewibory. -Colonel of the third regiment "of Dragoon j cuaftances having been attempted or hap- J  It has been whifpered, for fome weelfs, at Guards, in 'the room of Sir Chalks How- I pened. deceafed Wednefday William fail, Efqj to be a Lieutenant in the 1 ft, 01 royal regiment of dragoons, commanded by the Earl of Pembroke, in the room of Lieut. Roper, who retires. His Majeily has alio appointed Drury Wake, Gent, to be Cornet in the faid regi- ment W promoted. Who are confined in New Prifon, were chained down to the floor, and a double '..watch fee over them, they having concerted an cfcape, and had a confutation to murder the Keeper and bis fervants. The magtftraies for the county of Mid- ____. dlefex have ordered bread to be diitributed fail, htqj j to allthe pfifoners in New Prifon, in the fame manner and proportion as is done at Paris, nut theSieur G th; Ki'is's firft Thnrfday morning there was a general j Newgaie, and all the "county gaols, meeting of the Trullees of Ramfgaie-har- r r� ^� bour, at their office on the Royal Exchange^ when the eleftion of a S ore-keeper to the Truft came on. Mr. Curies and Capt. Yoakley. The candidates wete, The nu M for Capt. Yoakley 1 r. M Philpor, an Excife Tide-Sui veyor, on the Z7th paft, made feizure of near 700 gallons of br^dy, on board a Dutch gHlliot lying in Cat-water. Lately was married,,at Wilmington in North Carolina, the Hon. Benjamin Heron, Efq$ one of his Majeily's Honorable Council, and Secretary of that province, to M'if> Alley Marfden, daughter of the late Rufus Maifden, Efq^ Laft week was mat tied, by fpecial licence, Edward Souihwell, Efili Knight of the Shire for the county of Glouceiter, 10 Mifs Campbell, daughter of Samuel Campbell, Eftj; of the county of Leirtm in L eland. as married, John Peters, Efqj to Mifs Saiah Dickfon, of man, who "had lately tricked feveial young, women in Hackney, Newingtcn, &c. out of confideiable fums.of money, ungs, &c. under pretence of telling them their fortunes, was committed to New Prifon, Clerkenweil, to. take her tiial at the Old Baily.-Offences of this fort are made felony by a late ad of Parliament. Wednefday morningabout one o'clock, all the long liases going-out of. town wellwatd*. were ftOpped and robbed near Turhham-green, by a fingle highwayman. The laft coach he robbed was the Exeter, which.was inview of the driver and the guard to the mail, that* was coating-to town, and afterwards iode up to them, and aflced what ic was o'clock. TUeguardhavirigunfortumnely left his horfe at Hounflow,. was in the cart i and being unwWing to fhoot the highwayraafi, 1 i ode before to Hamraerfmith turn-where, after privately 1 I married Mr. Charles of Durham, to Shields. Wednefday was Brown, Fishmonger, in Thames-ftreer, to Mifs Butdett, of Sphalfields. Thurfday morning was married 'Mr. Sharp, Surgeon, of Mincing-lane, to Mifs Barwick, of Friday-ftreet^ The fame morning was William Powell, Painter, in Warwick-lane, to Mifs Cqxe, daughter of Mr. Coxej an emihent Baker of the lame place. By the Phoenix, Caftle, from the Havan* nah, there is advice, that the new Governor of that place died the 14th of July laft, being eighteen days after his arrival there. A few days fince died, at his feat at Cranford in Northamptonshire., Sir John Robinfon, Bart. He is fucceeded in title and eftate by his fon, now Sir George Ro- cautioning the toll-men not to open the gate to him, the guard jumped out of the carr, prefented his blunderbuls to him, and demanded his immediate furrender, on peril of death.The highwayman thus fimated endeavoured to quit his horfe on the opposite fide; which being obferved by the guard (honeft Black) he dropped his peice, and catched hold of his watftcpat dap, which from the weight of his prifoner gave way": arried, Mr. I and the highwayman havingthen difengaged 1 mfelf, in gua-id had recourfe to his blunderbufs earneft, and twice fnapp'dic at himr butit examination it appeared ail cart. miffed fire j and on that the flint had .(hook out in the pard was fent to Gloucefter, for Thomas Doe, who was condemned at their laft affize, for horfe-ftealing, on condition of bis being tranfported for fourteen "years &c. fi binfon. ftreet, wShhamltow, I>r. M>qnk. Wood tbt Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of. laft Thurfday. We are informed, tkat the Righc Hon. the hisage, Arthur Hafkins, Efq^ formerly an officer in the Searcher's office belonging to :s, who are flaves in I the Cuftom-houfe* Bai&asy,"aroounti^j; to about 600 men, the mofi^of thein ostives of the ifland of Mi- . norca, ,w&i had been taken on. board Italian iiiips". .We-dfe4ffformed4hat ^certain, great Af- fetnbly Will meet neit will'bV JlTued out in ordeno fupply t vacancies ogcafipned by the late numerc prjomotions,-deaths, ^iterations, &c: arid NSvemW ie^Mt ifffeid, they wiU fit ;for: the difpaic'h of builntels. . . r ' ' It is.cdnfia^ntly faid the enpopufar Jury .yder will ihortly be taken off 5 ^ fell tetters from Devbnihice and H^ei^fcrd-fhir^litelv^cerved in town, mention, t\ii the -tfflakt&ntrof tnofe counties en- On Tuefday evening died^ ac his houfe | ^rfV^^V make rbetSor of France, Goodman s-fields, in the 68th year of | ^ {he mming of the p^i^u. On Friday evening laft Lord Temple and his Lady, Lord Lyttleton, wnd feveral others arrived ac Shrewsbury. The next morjiing Lord Temple and his Lady went to view rhe Quarry, and pnrpofed feeing the Orphan Hofpiral, but the morning proving rainy, they fee out of town. Different accounrifrom Norrh' America affirm it as an indifpurable truth, that the Spaniards -jrf* mnre noiverful both in troops ajid nav-il Wed _ . . _ . n . cedage, at^ his brother's in Bury-court, St. Mary Axei Mr. jotm VandenEnden, lately arrived from Holland. Thurfday died" at his iioufe in Bucklerf- bgpy, Richard-Shttbrick;-Efqj one of the Dire&jrs of the London Alfurange Com-nanv.vwhpfe Lady'died laft Efiday.� Green-It isfothewMt.exiiraordipary, that b-1 ^ �� a 1 � * lertain the inpft fanguihe expeftations thereof. ' diforder,- and that he being brought to town,, and me Teraaininff there, their dif- ternRer ha4;thg,fame fymptomsandchapp at the fame liou�i only the died fix days be- �frithfin.; ' -: The late-Thpm'a* Revis, Eft before. .  . Part of the {hips of wir now Acting for fea at the one txjrts, we hear, are defined to rein* force Admiral Tyrre]'? fquadron on the wind-ward UUud ftation in the Weft Indies. Ir is rcjiorted th^'c f*ve"nl marine orBcers, qow on WAi i�ay, \yiil. iliorrJy b: promoted to the rank they held in ti?e army. It is (aid chat fome new rcguutious, in the aneroinedV.Linen.arapexatCiia.mg.gio of the Treasury, w4i ihonly Goldfmtth, had broke for an enormous fum , bnc his baiifcrnptcy is now bcyme public ; iu con-/bquence of which* he hasordcis to (]uir ffis aparrmeius in the Galkries-of the Louvre, and has btu-rhre? w-eks allowed him to remove in. They wricc from Edinburgh that grracqiun-rites of Scorch coals areckilj' fhipping oft' from different parts" in t,he Firth of Forrb> for Am-lierdam* Middleljurgh, and other principal cities in Holland, from an apprehenfion in the foreign factors that the additional duty impofed laft fellions on the exportation of E THE Partner&ip of John Barnes and Benjamin BacJthoufc, Grocers and lea Dealers, in Cheapfide, being diffolved by mutual Cot;fent, on the aoth IjiitatitI l)e^ I^are to acquaint iny Friends, and the Public in general, thacJ have entered into ftrtnerfhip wirh Mr. Bartholomew Dawfon, Grocer ajid Te> Dealer, at the Tea Chelt and Sugar-Loaf, In Newgate-Street; where the Continuance of their Commands will be gratefully acknowledged, and faithfully executed, by Their mod obedient humble Servant, KewgAte-Street) (F6r Partner and Self) July i\% \nt*. � RU'N [. HArKHQUSK, On Tuefday, the ijf of ^Odiober, DR. HUNTER and Mr. HEWSON's COURSE of Ahatomicai Lectures will begin, ac their rtoufe in Litch-fieJd Str.-et. _._ \4R. BAYFORD's LECTURES jJvjL of Anatomy and Surgery, will begin on Monday che 30th IniUiir, at Five iu the Kvening. Plans of the Left ores may be ha,d at Mr. Bay-** ford's Houfe/ in Great ftyfte] Srrect, hloomibu-ry ;-at 5t. George's Hofpiral, and at the foilow-� ing Inltrumeju-makers4 via. Wrig^kworth, in the Minones \ Cargill, in Lombard-Street; and Savigny, in ^all-mall. h S v O i K D L t JAM �G3 Leav$ te acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and others, That he has taken autf entei'd upou, the noted and old ftccultqm Inn. the BeJl and Cattle, oppohte :lw Tpwii Hallr Windfor j where thofe  who are pleaf^d to favour him with their Company may de-uend"up�m the moil civil Treatment and good-' Atrendance. The Houfe new repaired, new fur niihed, &c. in a vtry genteel Manner, with ^ beit^ines, and otier Liquors. To prevent Miftalccs^ che old Caftle ia hvvfc | beiide the Mermaid ; bnc this is the B^il aj1 Cattle. ' ^ N. R Nat Poft Chaifts and able Finite. A ;

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