Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 10, 1765, London, Middlesex baflador ittawd Tiere al/ont ttrehre days ago, Ttie ficte " " rbe pfegw in thi* city dinainiflieJ evcty day. / St.Jamefs^ Stf. io. iaft Sunday,'about ____ fix o'clock in , *e tnorning,;bls �oyal Hfghuefs'theDake ofYprk, and their Royal and Serene flighheffes the Bsk-ditary Prince .and Pruicefs of Brunfwici, landed at HarwieH ftomiiollind. 1ft t|ie eyen-Sng^e Bake of York. arrived at'his PallwMali; /Ana Iaff night the Pi Princeis of Brunfwick arrived at i meats ^te his Royal Highnefs the Dafa terland**." ~ ahf opptftunities for either(ridj--ctHlng- or abotfog ttiem; though on preten-. fipns the moft groundlefs j for none are fo hateful t6 men of evil pradice^as rhofe I papers. Mh Ma*well does trandldate for the Jiving of Colne Er in ElTex, lately vacant, as mentioned \ i Avhoa^ honourably; for boneft nor mofc hatertheir oppofiiesj fhao pofitcs- 4o thera* It ii^y trulf ^.TM^r^ba^' *h?:- i'pdepeii-denr, wife, and gop^ pan of ihc naUoi? do approvevof what has been dqhetyi^e (Sty of London; being fully fenfifcte, that there are meafures needful to become eitablifhed, on which the fitjire piofperity and.lafety is nation muft depend i of which., if Citizens of London are las well c0U� have a&ed cbhfiftentlv with theirowfci Monday night the wife of Mr. Kin-ley; Spring-maker in Cold-bath-fields, was fafely delivered of two fine,boys and a guJ, who are all likely to live. They were the fame evening chriftened by the names of Abraham, Ifaac, and Rebecca. / pnFriday laft died at Hackney* aged 8c, Daniel Deverr, Ifq; whowas.ma-ny years a Coramiffioner of his Majefty's Navy. Laft week dted at his feat at Harble-Dowp, near Canterbury, Edward -Chappe], " ~�KDS be made to Gre&ttrs. Odfe o. Heory "Cooke, "how orlSfte of Orroft jffS�.COHaty of Lancafter, Woollen*dn. AeOld^pffee hoiifcii? MancbeftSr.'- � Abraham Ford, bf Coilbuaoicda^ ^conncy of Salop, Irofl-tnafter, rfaeSfeff NOK' ^.William. Bn.mly, hce^f Joole, Dor fttihiK, I4aett-draper, at fituldhail, Urn L O N D ON. . On Monday night their Serene) _ fes- the Prince andPrinsfetk of Brun/w^fe fypped with his-Majefty .at theQaeen^fa-, iace, and .afterwards reriied ro ihe!apati ments:pi�pared for thenl at St. Jarae^fc" [ 1 Tuefday,morping her RoyaJMighne$s the Princefs Duwager of Wales, aodafti ishe JLoyal. Fa raily., w eni; to Sr. Jameses, .to comp^traent their; Serene Hi^hn^fles the Priflceand.frin.cefs of Brinjfwicfc ori their ftfe-arrivaLr asdid aifi* fcferal of the No i ' Sunday laft died Mc. Thomas Harris, an eminent Silk-throwfter in Mafun's-court, Brick lane. On Monday laft died, aged 50, Mr. Tho. rXaw, at his houfe at the �}road San&uary, "Weftminfter. ' ' �r.lQtL Monday night a man,- who was ftandin^ rear the Queen's palace lo fee the it*nnceand PrrnceCs of Brunfwick, by foxne he carriages went over hi he was fo much T m. % r 0 'j / - Taefday^er J Amelia came to atowti, and;^^.^tfit]to jh^^feiita^Frwee.and Princefs of Brunf- wiclu-rajii afterwards returned to Gu^ne|f-; bruifed by the accident that he died next he Tuefday a Thames at �2e& fiairs dretfed. but it is not Hcno of 4 � 1 ^ 1 Tuefday as Mr. Maning, njafler of the Buii-and-mouth inn, was going to take an airing, he flopped his horfe on a fadden to let a woma� psfs.by,. but uhfprtuhaiely the horfe fell dowq, by which accident the wiefe paid another villi; stt the ^ueeaVpalace,- urhere bovetwo touts.. Ma e, vi- one 1 Mopday laa;\ViUtam White, a J Baker, was coin , .3 . ,-neyjtaan. uaKer, was1 committ�id to the rhit,E^ve Qpxjte J Qatehoufe, Weftminlfcr./for committing a likew lly^dretTed of-the jdeftipif,^^. ieft to acWrefs, .orpettuonxhe throne, _and ha^.been tifuil for Corporattowap xept e/enr, in^reires,.their Xenfc .n�-State.jncafiires, eiihet **prefcly or Jjy, impiicatwn. w.heie Hereditary Priaoei>4^4 r9^� # r v-. - - ,r . Nat-, can ibis�iimev has given Jtis&mz fome ^eat ofl^e: tylaniia;ugh} eiuW, our trade .hert, e^tckUy f^Giim, fl4S lately dinjiitiftittl greatly. There are ,,0tv twelve /hips kiiliin* in tfa-n�r ft* rhc fervid ftf.be hlxnrM* Lft it d;a CompHhy, ihofl qf which wiJ] ^ . iatinch ia nme for failing the end of this rear They wnte from PenkroU, that a New rromCayeufle arriml there : th�y deL� to fettle and uke the a,,h� of Jlcgiui to hS Buranjuck Blajclty. - They write from ConbetticiiN Miat Board of Correspond to raiie the durit^L wl,4i,uwloIls equip the Enghii, nuffioa
arley jmd-&u ns as tnis.iNoble5tan, %t the;^4fe,ya* f^boata w�k ago attacked the; j&tte genH tmejof lifei awlp^mb^wSi very good 'rodijce-'abour fi j^vetbetfeardof miop^r ^ eafures than have iof Mafpr 1 - xu^i,, and cobbed - jlf?:ttp; in aTfiotber * pdit-cbaifi l) -A aadJi&PP^a^1 fae$& talcen, ara^unnrftUauy auow^eaio ff^iuiUeVand ttje^efore to hint, That SS^JWoiis had ,not .eftablilhed e^^^^^^eias tended.loiSnder h�s aiowy^ ^^ppi;afld ^rioqs, was hfeing^o *iP^r^than has long.been S^t^^Jtibeiiatioii^. and, fuch meafures be- tMAij. *kAir.firmilH evert .their ut� came verence to the Kin^Md will to the ^i r - They wr�t^Wtipf!adtrJof the-rft in ftant, tharri-aaaffiagfe, conira^^hafM SQO . abiHties in fuppQ�itig *em>;w* fio,;�or.e than whaf.^y, mtght inifttatioo, ,wh u^hter *f't:he.f)tffce bich wcmld ^fiib^ ac at.the^Ele&&r- ^^^^^^ J ^^^^^ ^ h^petghbourhood, to4$e inftanrly iaijed together^beat of drum, aiftenter pj)op a puflujc, io;timt it is imagined'thfi bffeflder -^itnot^lcapf tlile A^ICLJ&S tf/I^TlStl.ttGENCE, Gt*.>fr*k 7Ar: PaSTSCRJ cjiurcers an acre, one with rtw$htf. jlwughoot the1or� *Qn^ dayj-Idft'-veekasthe^S^Worapoft-coach ^^nitjig onrdfVFie Jiiiv^afd at Swkd^' ic ^n:pCcf *a toy aU)yr,iUiie -yews of ags >vi�'to much horrj rbar he died on So^'^y ]a(h h. "few 'days ~agcf was. carried thro' New-murker, a br^e codiu breaft hi^h, th^ which.i&madc to open like a door j ic was m-tdc for, a gendemalf of Stfetch�v6�h Wr rhHt pi4Ce who is ac prefenc'ili-k sood lia.te nf h^ir^. ' Jid of Tuefday i -1; Wention Itisfaid^ t-s, .our H^hnefs the Prince of take foreft; 4>- -j' >ti3 J-.^^-:^ ;ror� won upwards of 400]. in-becis, thefecxind day of .kjS-Barnet races ; and rlur h� m^s a fiandfc�ne picfent ro an otUer of wiim, whom he^fc With him, to inform him Tin art jd< �?y�fr - . . jfiSurier. eoiiiff from S6ain t zic'ic, with York' wiirforac tour ilavev ' rhere,^^ :haye-been i l ^oDWi^ Mie 1 ft! inttahr: She fpdke ] commem, di wnich bis-Highnefs will taie the route of Copenhagen .and Wurfaw. .. W> are afliuredthat his Royal . Highnefs the ; Dnke 6f Glducefterj- in his tour" thVo* Honirnn^ to Pl^moutb, cbmmrfcracing the iyihappy dif- rrefsof the poor fuSVrers rl#?e by. rheJ-tce dread-1 vfiitfite,' was gradoiifly plea fed ro caufe rd^be k. ^ � , 9th hi the-Wood of Fr<^us5 of 7 f doubloons, and other efftdts ; hut the roguts dad not artempr-to meddfe v^ifh.his packec--� * \ Sunday morning laft, aboiK p�e o'clnck, a Burcher in the-pirilh of--Shor'editifi, threw his wife our of a two pair offtairs^viudo^. who Was fo much -bruifed by xhe faif, char her life k'defpaired of. He had i:ot been married to b?r above fix vveeics wljeahe commined this *aih. and iiihrunan, aSiofi. * 4* cetratnly. are chargeable 1 imaotaiidn: and it wgoW * j 4 v ported 1 tering,, m& (lecency,: ihehv real %�"m' . , 'oalb^ in-which themfeives aAd^eirlj couqiry.aredwjOy concerned. It �i rhe^S^nancy: of^felf-interefted men ta m#p�(eni and' abtjfe ^ie Jumeft 150 leagues to the;weftwafd of the Lizard, from Madeira,- boandi for-Tarh^iwh/ t" 27th - pafti-and A4ie ThreeBrdth|^,b?|^.., WehftePiT^he^dVh paft, 5 a1 THE VINERIAN PROFJgSSOR Mives,rhK.pu(dic Notice,\pmfaanr to the Univeriu*"Statute) that his Couxfe of LEC-TURgS^on-the Laws of Ehgt,a�d, !�ihg cbe Jaft which he-prdpoies^w read, wiU begin ov�Thnrfi}iy the xorh of Orfldber, ac the How bound ^o Lhboj^ and J Monday Hughes Minet,' tfqj was una- nimouily'eieded Mayor 'for the town aqd pori of-.Dover, forthe ycac^hfutnk. 0 / *. * Squday-was tparriedi afSt.^o&revii �o WUk.es, at fehe rime he made a Vifit to him, .with *pletc colipftion of his worksj I with Turkey leather, wit)i' gilM?aves Pactnerfllip of J JL Benjamin" Ir is faifi that a. i^ednehon of rne peitftogs !the 'Cxnl. Lijft,. *�oJl be - eiitk^nw#tr3 : be p^SSi^i^ tvte ***** fu IbrcMigbc about ne^-fetfi^h of;^
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.