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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 7, 1765, London, Middlesex                                4   V *- \ "a NUntb. Prom SATURDAY September September [Pritc Two-pence Hai^-penry hfLoKPONCU ANY'edift* have beenpublifted whh fegai'd to the regulation of this town; hy one, fcU mifera-Wefts of teg .'garsare prohibiied pofed ftrecis, aaU a main- rena for them fn an hof- rnffeer houfe.  and fptGt from Sieur de Bougainville. This gentleman is. returned for the fecorid time from the Ifle, which is believed to be one of the Ma Jouines, near the Terra Pattagonia, where he had formed an eftablilhment, which he found.in good condition. Of i is inhabitants, whom he had left there, none of them had f$lt any rilrrefs, but their propagation will be very flow, as they have only i$ women withfhem. It is'faidihat thefe 125 Colonifts haveconciliaifcd iQthemfelvei the' good-wi from who The sth inftant died at Bath, the Hon. James Paterfon, E% of the family of Bannock burn in Scotland, late Lieutenant* Gerieral in the armies of the King of Sar* dtriia, and Governor of the town and county of Nice; he had ferved the piefent King and his father for a feries of near fifty �**th with equal ability and fidelity. Laft week died Mr. Oeorce the Gentlemen in Ordi v's Chaoels Kovah and La ye, frotri Romre publjc pkocj"of reforr,- a go* o^ock.iri the moriui wc have- notice; thit on-Monday Pope was fijiied x^ith a . deprived him, fbirmlny hours, of his fcn-ffes; bfctj by 'three' Copious emiffions of bloodsrecovertd them fo as to receive _5,_,iTacrariients of the church whh the ereawfr resignation and tranquility of mind 5 ihdughi'at the departure of the courier evening, be continued in that fituaiion, had -ifo* any return of his.fits, never-defs he was fuppofed to be in the 00oft iajmwent danger.. Aug. 14. Xhe Courier-difpg V* Madridfromthe Court of Pa (ma, being returned the Duke of Partite received, on Ibepth inftant, the oath of. allegiance and fidelity of all his people, and took the reins of Qovernaient, declaring himielf come to a,lt4ti.of;*�ajority. At ih* Cop 'attSi, ja mes\ t he^tlrtify of the Savages of the We,' they receive great affiftance j that it is not fo cold there as ar Paris j thai all manner of grain grows there 5 and that the fiihery for fea-lions, which yield a great | Plumber, in Piccadilly. St. Peter's Weiiminfter, and of Si. George's chapel in Windlbr caille. On Thurfday died at Hackney, Mr. Peter Bridges. Wine~meichanr. Tfte Mr exceed A no tndrgreat advantage is, that fhips, attempt- -      - - the tail indies, by Mr.-] man of great butinefs in Rofl is fa id to have died a'orth 20,000]. onh, may Paris ____, Jug. zj.   The 1 o>th inftant the Duke of Orleans, and forae others of the Nobility  being fhooting partridges near.I reux-couft. Chaniiiiy, a it^g was put up by the fpa- mediately made at the Che ________s ,,0_______Batteifea^ Mr. Daniei Twining, eldeii fon of the late Mr. Twining, an eminent Tea-man in Devc- The jfcO^s. Moft Excellent Maj *    f Counc ^IS'day^the Right Hon. Thomas i%am^:EfqvGehiptroUer of his Maji ji .was, by his Majefty's fworV of his Mdjefty*s Moft 1 Frlvy Council, and took his p Board! accordin ' Si. Jam*/*, Sept. 7-  By a letter from ISurikirki received yefterday, we learn, that ..je^nol^oVof the jetteesof thec mas *pwe%'Duke of ^fewcaftle, to be LordiXi^teaanr and Cuftos Rotulorum of the county of Nottingham, and of the town* oflNottingham, and county of the feme .town. e^ir^-has been pleafed to grant unto hu 43raoe: Thotnas Holies, Duke of New-caftle^the office, of Steward, Keeper, 3ftd Gufdm- of his Majefty's foreft of Sherwood, and j?ark of Tolewood,  in the yofiNowingham fuphfedt w Schaw Cbventrjr-ffrcer, Piccadifly London^   m ODiVJlrtifOS to i>e made to Creditors. Oar-'^^Thew^.tWeHs and Thomas;Porter, and Part- , Ifofiers, . re's Head xirNottti�g- TO * ^ Iativof  runties uleif , On Saturday died, at his hoofe in Pall-mall, in an advanced age, John Gbdfiey Puis, Efq; who came over wi.ft his Nfaje&y ,.,tu .r,ajaW, u�u wU6� ...------,--------. KingQeorge the Fiift, as Secretary.   ^ of feveral yards almoit choaked with his On Saimday died, at his houle in Pail-blood ; he was, however, able to go aofoad vaJier deXrigny, run one of his aniers tUe wedding dowlas being already m-ide, and x boufe in Charles �reer, Berkeley- iqmre (Jare Lord Tyfaiey's) taken for the reiidence of tiiis truly amiabJe ontrJe. Xhe Hon. MiA Chugfcigb does not return with the Prince and Pngcefi of Brunfwiclt,Va� reported, but iUys a month longer in Germany^ in order to perfcdl the recovery of tier facaJtfa: which is ftttsadf greatly re eftaWiflietf.     ^   * We are told from Parm*, that, the Frfcjcii Court wiJJ nor cominoe to the yonng Duketb* penfioa which, they allowed to the Duke hi* farh^r. Ju conference of Lord Conwaili^s having refigned fais Lienteuaa Colonelcy^ in favoqr cf the iarb rcginsarf upon his being nomina* ted Superuumerwy AiddeCamn, his ALrjefl* has been pJeafed to appoint Major Putoii 'to he Lieutenant Colonel,. Captain Campbell ro bt M*')nrt Captain Licurenant'LawJefs, robe Cap-, r^iu, Liemcnuar Barlow ro be Captain Lieute* njnr^Ejifign Montgomery ro be Lieutenant, and Enfign Dtidgeon, fjroahaJf pay, to be Enfign* as alfo LieuKuant Tutteridge to be Adjutaut ta the �tid regiment. New Providence that hit r Johnflon, of Weil Florida* had fenr over to enffaee a iinmhn> nf fltilfij di fiance Mail, M few m tO N DON ay morning his Majefly Kichmond, and returned ker, an eminent Plumber in Bifhopf^ate iireer, and one of the Common-council of took an   the faid ward. F'iday her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Dowager of Wales came to Carleion-boufe fiom Kew. Sunday being the anniverfary of their vas obferved _____w _______ , received the compliments of the nobility on the occa* s j fion, and at night Mere were bonfires, &c Sunday at Two-o'clock: in the afternoon, etTen- M Sunday morning^about ten o'clock, died at his houfe in the Qreat San&uaiy, Weft-minfter, Mr. Humphreys, an eminent Coach-maker, and^ head Churchwarden of the parifli of St. Margaiet% Wcitminfter, aftei* a thort illnefs, On Saturday, about one o'clock, a young woman, aged about tighten or nineteen, took a boat at Whke-Fiiars for a fenny, faying it was all fhe had, to crofs the water i when in the middle of the tide, (be {lung down 1 he money in the boat, and jumped overboard, and with much difficulty, by the aiKitance of abother ar, Ihe was iaksn ou', and put to.bed at BuU-liairs while her cloaths were tiriad.   Sne gave Jitile or no :ount wny ihe did this irfi a^ion, but .d her nau^C was Ladgrm-^ S^.born^.tt. icnniQlKl} her fmttJm,ipmh& **ere -dead i and that file had an Uncle and aunt I living a Chifwick, buf^kl notfeein      *� Mr. Wrothe, gers, arrived at St. Jameb'a, with advice that his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Yoik, and their Serene Highnelles ihe Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, landed that morning at Six o'clock at Harwich, from 'Holland: and the fame day in the afternoon the Duke of YorJc nt\v& in � per-tarfvU^tt Queen*5 palace. Sunday the' Hofi. and ;Rev. Sir Robert Wrotteily, Dean of Worceiter, preached be- Majefty at the Ghapel Royal. The Earl of Orfoid carried the fword of iiate. Sunday the harl and Countefs of Cailiile arrived* in town from Paris. Leteers received in town from Briftol fay, that fome Nortti- American ihip-malters j water on the fire/ whichic aluaoft inftantly damped ; and had not this method been taken, the coffee*houfc would inevitably have been burnr. If this praftice'was always ufed, it wouM be the greateit means of ex- t. and that it might be upon ^o to them, idion of the- Duihdm yaid was chiefly, if not eiuirely oww^ to Sr. Mai tin's engine, which had length of pipe fufficient to carry to the top of the coffee hnufe. and bv that means boured the have thisfummer commitled.great irregularities in the African ilave-trade, which it is apprehended will embroil us with the natives many having been forcibly carried off. ckholm occafion & Sr.. lihifes, AVefttninfter, Merchant, at   Mr ing houfe is on On Saturdaj was fummoned to the Mantlon-houfe there of fwimming, of rather walking on the fea, in a vertical pofnionj with his head, fhoulders, aird ha�dsr. raifed high 1 foreftalling the market, in buying a nnmber above the water, and fo as even to wirhftand I of (beep and lambs   In his defence he faid, that he had an ord^r to buy them for the ufe of a gentleman in the country ; upon pleT*oOl�k:Riacs-bcidge was finHhed. | which it was put off for a further hearing Exclufive Of the ^reatcft part of the ^firil   on Sa    ' L ' ^ ** impetud' Saturday uffe done for this pier, the whole has been fevenieen working diys, and lUnds.in teen feet-water at low, water mack., Six mpritl^s and a week were employed in building the laft one. .  m  * c are told that a certain panlh, not far fiom the W,�ft end of the town, has received full three,hyndred pounds i:er annum, for foin* years paft, on account of baltard chiidfen, m^njr.of whejmnever eat or drank at thfce^enie of the padflj.     Friday w*smanjed, at Sf, Man churchy Weftthkfter, Thomas Ga AyAJ , . WilUa ^^^^^ Membe Cartw the county of Mif� Defaguliers, .Northampton^ ,ter of ?olond Deiaguliers, Weftatti ,OnSaw�iajr laft was mirnea, at yiap^ i,bam in. Surry, the Baron  efore Lord Halifax refiutd% a petit ioh from the Rngtifi inhabitants of Quebec, Aipported by another /igned by a numberlefs body of the mod eminmf merchants of London, were laid before bisMa)efty j and a third remonflrance from the Trtncb inhabitants there has been iince prefented to Mr. Swetury Conway j all of them moil heavily complaining of the opprellive con- d humbly fotipiting his removal ; in conference of which, iwe can affure our readers, an extraordinary board of trade has been held j and another will ffiordy be, to enquire into the merits of the complaint. Some ^rivute letters from Madrid, mention, that theSpaiiiih Mimflry^Hill contii.ne roinhft upon being indemnified in the fum of one million two* hundred th^ifaiid doJlars, their pretended lofs oil the terming of Manilla, previous to any notice being taken of the demands of our fimbafiador, wirh regard to rberanfom bills. The Hon. Mr. Mactoerfcie i* exiled in jjown from ScotUnd next week ; a few days at r#r which, fhe marriage between that Gentle-tan at>d Lady Carobnc Stanhope, cMett dat^lV Lo�rd Hdrriogton> �ili bewafaramaud} dnft of \ Negro Jive.s, engage a number of h .there and ar fierm Us, ro oe empioyed in carrying on a pearl fiihery the Bay dtETpirito Sanilo, which h faid to a-boulid hia fpeciesQf pearj oyfter$3 uorhinginfev rior to thofe imported to Europe irom the Bra* ziis. ~ They write frorn SkeJJefra in Eaft- Bothnia, th*t on the 14th of June they had an earthquake there which shattered all the roofs of thtir hotifes, threw down the ckimnxes, fplit rue waJJs, aiid broke aJJ their glaii to pieces, and was fnrrher fo violent that the inhabitants con Id fcarce Jceep on rheir legs. The Bmliels Ga2erte gives us- account of freih ravages committed by the wild beaft in the Gevatid^i), hiiJ pHrricularly of his devouring a^'child of three, yean old at Attver,   in the neighlonrhood of Sangoes.- of a ietttr from KUkatnj9 icli farprifed ro fee a paragraph i ur^a)3 which menrioned tiiat th again in rhis cotinry ; ifforeyou ic is enrirely withom ftmnda 0 *m every rhing being perfedly quiet here. 5ome few days iince, an old woman who irchaied, about fix moiuhg ago, #a annoi� ty former own fife, being' excrenxrly iJ/, and told that ic was iinpoillt Jc Ihe couju recover, infiftedu]k>u getting'ujij, being drefied, and car* ried in a chair'to the prion of whom ihe h4d purchafed^bef annuity, Ui[ order (-s Ihe faid) to and him for difrauding her, by m*Juijg fuch ati unrtafonabie bargain wirh her, and to in/Ut 011 his rtfunditg Some part of the pqrebaie- money back again.   This, ihe absolutely put in* execution n, or even ro Men to her j>ropo- the enraged annuitant iiito Juch ihe expired in a few -moment! home. Oxford, Sepr 7, v&t THE VINERlAN PROFESSOR gives this public Notice, (purfuant to the Univeriiry Sea cure) that ltis Courfe of LECTURES on the Laws of Eno lahd, being the laft which he propofes to read, will .begm on Thurfday the 10th of October, ac the. Hour of Eleven in the Morning.     _� H E Paftner&ip of John Barnes and Benjamin Badchouift, Grocers and Tea Dealers, in Cheapfide, being diiToived 'try mutual Confent, on fhe 20th Inftant: I beg Leave to acquaint my Friemk, and the Public in gpoe* raj, tria,t I have entered 4nto Partherihip Mr? Bartholomew Dawfon, Grocer and Teak Dealer, ac the Tea Cheit and Sugar^Loaf, in Newgate-Street i   where the Continence of rheir Commands will be gratefully acknowledged, and iaithMjy executed, by Ttieir moft Obedient humble Servant Heweate-Stftet)       (For Partner and Self) h     i7oe. BKN J. BACKKbl/SEL AS the ffoee of Ush �r, or SficdN2> MasT eIt. of the Free Gramrnar Scb in MacctaSeM in the County of QW&r, w, be vacant at Michaelmas, the Governors of cSe faid SchooK give Notice, ThatjfHF intend to meet, on Tbefilay the tit of Oiwkr rlext, at the School houfe in Macclesfield, hy Ten tfCtngk ia the Forenoon, in order to eJett a fit Perfim ta the did Place. Any Graduate, in either of the LTniveriirila who can be well recorhmended as 10 his f earning ^ld Morals, may, in rhe mean Time,Ap* ply to Mr. Willum Srafioxd, in Macciesnela, Agent ibr the faid Go%exnbrs. The piefent Salary is Fony Pounds a Year, and may probab y be .conhderabily augmented in a ihort Time. Thit Day was publift?d> Price 1 s. LETTER to the Common Cotr  c 11 of io y d o *. on cheir late ttaordtnar^ Addtefs to his Majefty*    # In ferric Nation*decency nuy [W*&>. And tcs^h a TeVxence for rhe name or MOg Bur manllglo^ng infolence tor me, To mark cfc bravZ and conferaterhe tree Such asthefons of Britain i^f]^-To fporn the Prince, aad ttawpteon to* Ptifittd for W. J�cd �.Pa�rt   

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