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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 12, 1765, London, Middlesex                                �  ^ Numb. 591Q Frofcr THURSDAY 8** t ewer to SATURDAY Se 4 765 Two-pence Halfpenny FaWoutb, S*pt 9 RRXVED {hip, Dorrier; Thetis, Didti/j Charming Saflj^v   Wbite-wood ^vl>eV^�t>'Bwv-fate;  and Fanny, Botvle's, from London ; and Difpitclv' Caps, fromPlymourh. Sailed the Medway, Harrington,   1 frpm . Tfadrfdaf tye flanftiotf of a Rabbi or Friend^ I Prfeff.of jhe JeWsj belonging to the Porrugueze Synagogue, was filled up, which has 1*een.vacant;!4. ycarsj and theeletfion proving in favour of a native of London>; highly pleifed ail the fyfeiftbeis. A ireaty of marriage is oh foot and fpce- dily will be copfum mated between the Right Hon. the Earl of 5eaforth, an accomplimM young Nobleman, JauSy arrived from his travels, at& a daughter of the Earl of 'Bull Thurfday a warrant of detainer .was fent to Newgate agairrft William Godfrey, he being, with others^ charged on the inqui-fition of the Mayor and Coroner of the town of Maidftone in Kenr, with the wil- John Maidftone err./ 1. Boiifb Carolina ; Rone des Anges, Mc^ne, for Maiffeiil)^;and Expedition packet fcoae/Wocct \vzriy fox'JLifboh. , JDfverj Stpt, 12. Carnc in rtiej^vriers Goodwill, Barber, �jcom Rotterdam ; Cbarrn* iqg MoJJy, Atkiiw; and Diligence, Hull, frdm tvn&mi and Chxiiprta Wright;. ft>e eftablifhed,  (brtlie ufe 0 due proviJice. Thev write from Amflerdan New-rorlc peopl twenty three veftb \vhich thty expeded tliis year, from the Laft Indies, twenty two are already arrived, and rhe other, the Huit-Om, is hourly expc&cd. According to letters frcm Sw een here many hours 4*fcre, it is faid, a gentleman, offered tte captain 3000} for her, if he would en fare its life for four yeaj�, whicli the Captain declin-ed accepting. Jivfeming over from India5 for want of its natural food, they were obliged to gi^e it warer gruel, bifctiir and fom^ time before ir ariivedin Englmd, it wouklca? almoftany -tiling'that the feamen lived upon. Howtver, by hying thus, in a rnznncr contrary to its nature, it v/as reduced very low; but by rhe care which is now taken of it, begins to recover its natural beauty and fleekne/s of fkhu Ls food is chiefly bread and vvaaer gruel, with fome grafs of the tendered fort-A nugnjfl* centfuir of furnicure is made for ir, and her feec are plated with folid hlver, fo tempered as not to hurt her, aiihe was never fhod before. This curious little animal is now prefentedte his Royal Highitefs rhe Prince of WaJes, XUfgdom John Gra ^rmce Henry Frederick, j ^op-mercharu in the Boroug orning his Majefty pankd by^s3>rof]i and Gloucefter, and ||ie Prince or isruniwicK, cook an air-JbduL-XenOngton, and returned about noon to the Q^een^ palace,* Wednefday. hw Grace the Duke of New-^ftle^rrived in tpwn, from his ftat at C^arejaiont^ and afterwards waited on- tjieir S*en ,* in great reputation j he waihrother" longing to!D/ufty^aneTileatJTfe/       ! Thurfday died.in Ms/fham^ftreer, Weft-miniter, Mr. William Henry TomV fct-itierly an eminent Engtaver in various branches of that art. Deantfon late Judge in the Court of King's Bench, 1 zoo 1. per annum devolves to the Crown, led dud deal aking for ail the "European goods, upon *he fame terms the Bnglifh did ; fo fhat nine-tenths of the trading part pf the ifiand have nothing to do but fell off, on |he beft terms  Wednefdav mor high Lean now -buy goods for cad), cheaper than you in the towns they?were made \ did I depend on the fele  he had been { under great uoeaftjiefs *or fome time paft, on having met with a difappointment in a law affair. w Thurfday morning Mrs; Bichardfon, wife of Mr, Riciiaidfon, Buckle-maker in Blick- fiiars, fell down twopair of flairs, by which accident foe diilocated h6r collar- bone w hufhand home five minutes beEore.the accident l>dp-pened. The gentleuian. wko (hot himfelf' near Cavendifo-fquare, was near $0 years of age, and wastohave been married nexrweek. "days before theie letters came awwy, two perfoa-. ages, of very refpedlable raiik, wouJd have proceeded to extremities, ..ExtraS if a Itittr froiri B*rtiny Aug. 27/ ' " It "having been a praftxee G[pi.ite for the Captains and Teamen of lhips laden with gra to cohvert a part of it to their owu ^fe, and to wet thejeft thaf it may fiji the buiht:! the. better,-aj;d thereby conceal the fmnd; his Majefty has jult fifued an ordinance, forbidding his fubjedb to pt^hiafe any of the (lolea corn,1 Under cefraiu ^ouniary penalties, and in foiie^fes of being condemned to labour on the fortifiqations. " ExtraS of a Utter from Paris, Aug. 30. -  � The wild beaft 6f the Qevaodan; defotrfed f a�*Ud of 1 j ytos otige Ut\Air^:ty%!ffi* j^lkff month ; and carried off another, Jtutwt to years old, frotn!Serviere, rhe jd of this month, which he was-' afterward* obliged to  quit, half dead. On the 9th he JtiJIeda young woman alnioft in hgUtof M, D^nroine. and of the Connt^de Touron, who utely went uj> from the Upper Vivares with, a pack ofay dogs to aflift in deProyhig that dreadful animal ; but there had. not been a fiay free from ran! fince hearrived j and befides, as the corn was not yet" cut, they could nor purfue the bead with-oirt doing great damage. Weduefday morning early, a 4*el was fought by two Gentlemen, in a held near Kenhngton, in which each bf them received fome wounds, before a Gentleman who happened to be at foms diftance tonld inte;vejie a'nd part them.   "They had been long very intimate fiends  .and one of them talcing his will out of his pocket, (hew- etfhis ajitagonift a legacy of ioocl hehadlefore betjueathed him ; which, notwithhVanding their duel, he had determined not to alter. A woman now in the lyiug-iu hofpital in Browntow-fireet, was a few days ago delivered thereof a fine girl, whofe body, from the pit of her flomach to the middle of her thighs, is of a fine jet black  hev face, breaft, and legs quire white. This is atrribmed^'by the mother, to a fright �he received on,opening the (Ireet door BRENTFORD Turnpike. rHE Truf.ees of Brentford Tvmpike mat at the Bobtmia9 Headxan Tumha'm^Griett. on Saturday next> {he 2 if Infant^ at Ten a'CIffH in the Forenoon. THE Anatomical andSuRGiiCA^t lectures, given ac the Tfektzri SrJTbomasi Hof^ua], wtU be-i� on FriJair.' tJL Influiu. at T welve o'clock urecifcj/ 1 ir A fowling-piece is now making, by a J cf tbe houfe where fhe lodged to a HlacJc, who �Ifo had taken a lodging in the fame houfe, Min perfonage, of a new conftrudion, which is to coit oae hundred guinieas, and, when tinifhed, it is thought will be one of the molt curious pieces of workmanlhip ever bered ^asaifo the bricks regularly piled up   executed in this kingdom. which fhe did nor then know and fhe was Shocked at rhe unexpected fight pf one of his completion coming hito the honfe. Wcdnefday afternoon a gentleman who was out a ihooting near Clapham, rode over his text the faid ftones, in fuch a manner, that when a proper opportunity requires ir, or any exigencies of State may demand it, thefaid-bafon may be.put,-in^a fe\y weeks, fituation to this John Fielding having, immediately    pointer,  by which his horfe being thrown VTNJ&RIAN PRQFfiSSOfc 3 this puMic Notice^ (y�et^ft^jcoiic UniVeriuy Sranu^ thlt l^is Cqjarfe^l�g* TURKS oh the Law* o� Ei^ot^jiD^ theiaft whtrih he p*opo�* to read,vwtil o]B Jhurtday the xod> of October, at the ji die MorniHe; Partnerfhip of J t*nes and ufe, Grocars and T�a: Dealers, iii Cheapfitle, bein^ diffolved by mil* raalConfenr, on the adth'Inlhot ^ I beg Lave to acquaint iy$ Friends, and the PuWic in gene-ra-l5'thatl have entered into i'artnerihip tvich Mr. Bartholomew Daw Ton, Grocer and Teak Dealer, at the Tea Cheit and Sugar-Loaf, in Newgate-Street; where the Continuance of their Commands will be gratefully acknowledged, and faith fuJly erecuted, by Their muit obedient humble Servant, Newgate-Xtrett)        (For i>aitner and Self) July 22, 176)'.._BRNJ. BACKHOUSE, H  O  $  I  E  R  Y. MERCHANTS, Captains of Shipsf CQuntry Shopkeepers, and Gentlemen, who have not already fupplied themfelves, may depend upon faving at leaft to per Cent* Now on SALE, At the Fleece on Lndgate-HiiJ, the- Corner of theOJdBtiJy, A very large Affortmenc of Holitry Goods,' much lower than the ufual Prices: Superrina ribb'd and p!aij\ white Silk Hofe, from 7 s, 6d. |bf 12 s. 6d. per Pair; SuperfinecoJour'd SiJx Ditto-from iis. 6d. to 12s. 6d. Derby l*atent ribb'd SiJk Hofe, from 8 s, 6d. to 13s. Lar^e Sizes, at 145 Very curious Parent ribb'd white Thread fclofe, from 4 s. 6d. to 6 s. 6d. Womens Superfine whice Siik Hofe, from cs. 6cl to 10s. 6d. with all otiier Sorts of Thread, Cotton, Wor-fted and Wooden Hofe Caps, Mitts, Gloves, flee. Pieces for Waiftcoats and Breechef, by the Yard or Piece, in Worfted or SilJc \ very curious black and wliire Silk Gjbves for Ladies, WhoJefaJe,Re� tail, and Exportation. N. i*. Creat Variety of large Womens Cotton aud Th.read Hofe, wide upwards, with fhort Feec, and Mens white Silk Hofe with embroi-der'vi Oiocks. : 1 May M and down, his gun difcharged itklf, and blew off the horfes right ear.    Thegeurleman happily I      -    - Warehou"^binder "a^d n*V iht At  W M and LO^ in the fame dangerous kingdom as it -was in the lime of the late war. Worg again be appointed Governor of. Senegal, and that a body of forces .will fent over wjth him, for the future predion of the uade in thofe parts. Ga His Mai rt has appointed   Thomas Efqj to be & Lieutenant in the :it, or royal regiment of dragoons, commanded by the Earl of Pembroke Lieut. Bouik. the Keeper,. &q. uoubje^jeveral afling country Magilttate5,;either%Uh expreffes, or letters, inclofing defcriptions of the fe-veial o^enders, &'c- in order to facilitate their fpeedy r.e:apprebenfion� thinks it hisx indifpenfible duty to thanjc fuxh gentlemen (on behalf of the publi?) for the general attemioh they have paid- to fuch^ application* j and, in order to-pr.event their haying any unneceffary trouble upon the. occafiou* to inform them, that a lit he eighteen feloi^, who didefcipe, (including the two foreign- efcaped, except hurting his face a little \y'uh the gravel. Weduefday night about feven o'clock Mr. James Reymer, Silverfmirh, of Clerkenwell, coming to (t\vn \vas flopc between HoIJoway and IlJington, by a fingle fooppad, who robb'd him of a gnhiea and fome filver, but returned his watch, faying, it was a dangerous TeJl-Tale. Laii^week, at Bury St. Edmund      Suffolk, wheat fold at 4s 9d. to ^s. barley 2s., iod. to 3s. 3d be^ns 3s ^d. to 4s. and oats 2$. to is. ad. per buihel. The bulbel 9 gallons, *o buflicls to the fcore. His Majefty has alfo J ers who were killed in refilling  their cap- ( An Account of the Remarkable Make from India. Turner, Gent, to be Adjuiant to the 3d regiment of footi in the room of Adjutant Faucir, who reiigns. Lait week Cranley Thomas Kerby, Efq^ was chofea Recorder of Southampton. Richard Uaker, �fq; is appointed Collector of the Cujtoms at the fort of Great Yarmouth. torsj are now re-talwn ao3 properly fecuredi The two laft oui-ftanding. perfons, viz. Tuomas Rogers, alias John Cole, and Sa muel' Maiheucs, alja� planch, alias Sail, having been ajew day?.a&o committed by a worthy and atfive M^giftme, Mr. Aldei- TTLE HIS lifttle Mare was eft�emed in 1: rhat Is in J   coujury a  valuable curioliry. height about twen^-feven inches, of a dun co-* lur, thehiir fonKjwhu refemlrlu^ th^t of a identity inciiefter . tin her, who hu ycfting f\wn : old, reinurxa1 1) ir a becween'tour and+ive ye^rj. has tTn"e' well j:roj)nrtinned-, cars, a quick eye,   and a let of exceeding fine r��rh : with a handfome Ions' taiJ. main, ziu "Koyal Exchange, ARRACK, at 12 s. or 64-per Gallon Advance on the India Company's Sale. -JAMAICA RUM, of great Age and Strength (Price accordingly..)-^And very Oldt ftrong Proof, and fine Flavour, by the Pun* cheonJtat 8s. 9d. fmaiier Qiiantines at ft* Gallon. ThebeftCONlAC   BRANDY, of g�t Age and Strength (Price accordingly.)-�AiHi very Old, ItroJig Proof, and fine Flavour, by the Piece or Puncheon* it 9s. 3d. finailet C^iai*-tides, at 9 s. $ d. p-er (JaJ>on. To be tafted at the above Warehooife* Samples .of the latter Sorts^ at as. 6d. per Qua Dtrefit to CHAKJ^b^ WENMAW anu Royal exchange, and they flail be deljv ox near Town (one GaJlon or q^-ards) K aae free. , RU Aland BR A^DIT, imported am on the Cultonr houfe Quay, Uy tne Piece or cheon only, jr ti.e lowclt ^l�su Very old -and exceeding nne PORT, 3* TAI n aud LISHON, Wholefale, or at 1 Uoxei:.---For prcfent Money' only- '"-"fcSlk*, Hottles, Aic- tobepaid for, whictk be aJiow'd when retur^d.   

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