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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 14, 1765, London, Middlesex                                all the ;|H E; Doge and Senate ^Jjegan* the xcjthvin- , (bait, ta affilt at public prayers in the cathedral, to implore a geffttinn of the bad weather that has U-en general irt mod parts of Italy; and on the 2id there was a fce* nera 1 proceffion of Orders, Regular and Sec!& wick, &c. .ThHWord of ftate wasc^mtd to and from chapel by the Right Hon. the Lord Cadogan. hid Tcqh> as he came along* a very preti;y. ��roinet, which would bz (old .ch^ap* and would be a great ornanlent to, the dining- S^me.d&y. th�re,vw.as. a great- Q Qw^g.er of Wale> at �arlton Houfe. 9- he wanted iu come in that nigiv. Having haved mi this o:caft n with coar, rf afked ihz maid if her miftiefs ivas wihin^ ihe anfwered nc   To which, Priells, with-'the Griftge of seimon, c&fyittg the afbes of Sr. John Skpriff, followed 'l^'.au incredible number of people through rlie p&fr-tiple ttreetsof the city, to the Key called Ponre Reale, where z� ahar was erefted to place the I hls houfe ^ Dover-ft^eet from the German allies upon, during therehearfal oPfome pray- I Spa,   " era for a continuance of fine wefcrher, which began a few days ago. Was at Court, to congratulate xhfi prince and Princefs of �runfwi$k* on their arrival in England,    - *      '   '  ' .   * ''Sunday the Earl of Hiftborough, his Lady and family, fet out frpm his houfe ia Grofvenar-itceet for Italy. Sa^'da&�h^ Efq^ .Mem? ber "for"Launeettoo* ft* Cornwall, anived at � 1 'Tis confidently affened, that propofa s hivabecn made to a certain 'flluiUluusi Exile in feemiiig confu'.ion, ha replied, how ur� lucky i. is, I have bought ihe cabinet which you heard me mention to your miitiei.", and hftve not money enough in my pocket to pay fur it ; can you lend me Tome till 1 eotne at night? The maid fetched what money flic had, to the amount of near-forty lhillings,.wiiich he faid would be fufficienr, vhat the cabinet would be theie ve�y fuun, a ad told her wheie to fix it. Hoivevei, nekher ihe cabinet nor the man have fince fwe^ren its immi ten: ��iict unp*rjelJ'd dangers j can you deny a crxfli/ig -Nation, ro.rbt-ir idre ? O ! tai:irc of tlit fevtrelt fv*rvifuiie WOiksai(d fouificaiions of forfher prorogued to Thurfdiy the 24th iUy of Oaol?eT nexr. St. Jtwi&'sy Sept. 14. The King lus'been pleafed; COvapppiiit (lie Hon. Robert Manners, Cbmftieuly calftd Lord Roberr Manners, tieu-tftnant Ceaerali.of liisvA3ajcfty*s forcer, to l>e G^Igitei-d'f' the Third (or the Prince of Vfoics1*)- reHimene.'of Dragoon Guards, in,' the room of J ~ 7'7 *- " "~7 " sfchark* HotvSd, decftJfcd. | aad �t ChcibourSh are now The.\Xing has- been- pleafed to a.ppoinc John Parker,. Efq-j-Majo/ General of his Majefly's Jorcesa to-be CoioneJ office 4 tfi regiment of Jpor, or Invalids, in rlie. room of Alexander Lo^Lpudon, dtceafed---�The dzcrte mtiti be miflaken in ihe name, it ihould he Lord ^iiidores5 who died lately, aiuL was Colonel of the .4: ft, Lord Loudon !-eing alive, and is Co-hljt$$p� the jor hi regiment. J. ;.-*^-3Bjjg h**tee& ^?4^KVttfV^^ Aqgitf, tife^ f%iy&y. Efijj to - hc; of ttut t toop tvfie*eof ---- Hlaiidy Kfq^ was late Captain, ift-rhe i*jfth (or the Queen's regiment at Dra-gpom) cotsimanded   by   Lieureuaut  General George Howard. Bankruptcy enlarged* Shotiutt jewing, of Wiibich Sr. Peter's, in the Ifle of Ely, and connry of Cambridge, Jy&der^ at the Vine inn iu Wifbicb, Oci. 4. MNRROPTS retired  MO fur, ijurfir. �'dward Williams, late of Mile-end Old town, in rhecQiinty of MidUIcfeir, Carpenter, at * GtriftHvaM, Londoii, Sept. 20, Oci. if, 26. William Giir, of the pariih of South Mimms, the county of MiddJefex, hinhokler, at i " Guildhall^ London, Sept. 24, ij, Oct. 26. 1    �JlV'iD'EM'f>S to be made to Ureditu .0&f. 2.-.   Sampfon Coheji, 1-tte of Dartrfioiuh, { /As^osTSCniPTi sf all the Evening Papers of la ft Saturday. It is thought by many, that the continual difpws which a rift in our American colonies, will induce an augnfl aiTembly, at their nut meeting, to new model their Syflem of Government, and-enadl fome other laws relative thereto. It irfaid, that three Right Hon Commoners, of the new MiniMry, wiJJ be created Peers before the mecrinH of the Pari: iment. It is reported that aia-oiS he eniirniy lepaised, and in a better ftiuavion J again it any aaack from aa enemy, than in ; the la e war. I lei.eis received at Copenhagen, by the Deborah Daniih tail-India (hip, laely arrived -theie fiuna Tianqupbav., there is an accounr, that the P;opagaiiun of the Gof-pel had met with uncommon fuccefs. According to khe chuich book*, ilieic weie thre^ Qi: iltian  cor^regauon^ ..ettablLibed and tiling ii^e, 1 i I 1 t here,' of th^y we;^L Captain wiih 6ft.' 9. hi the*county of Devon, Dealer, at the Top-^ lham-innin Ply month. Odf- 7.   John Cofam,. late of rhe ciry of Brif-tol, "Ironmonger; at the Fountain tavern in HigUttreet, Briftol. GeOrge Kearfley, of the parifli of St. Martin,-. Ludgate, London, Bookl'eller and Stationer, at Guildhall. "Certific:ates to be allowed. Oft. 5, John Gregory, of Faverflum, in the county of Ke^t, Iinnen-draper and Mer-cer. Charles Sidebotham, late of Gorton,  in the cduftty of Laucaflcr, Crofter. Henry Cooke, late of Ormfkirk, in rhe county Of L*neaiter, Wooljen^raper. L  O  N D  O  N. Saturday morning,, about fix o'clock, his ^lajefty, 'accotrrpanied by the Pnnce of B^unfwick,- took ana' airing on horfeback, /ound-by ffighgateknd Kampftead, and returned to the Queen's, palace by ten.   The ^W-h'orfe, or other guards, wcredifcharged attenrifcig.' ' Saturday the Hereditary Prince and Prin-.4efs of BrunAvick- dined.with her Royal ttighnefe the Prtncefe of Wales at Carlton Houfe. Her RoyaFand Serene Higbnefs the Prin- vv days iince was married at Exeter, WiliirtUi Eilis, Lf *r-fen to ferve in Parliament for the f.iid County, iu tbs.RoBzn of tbtir kds wnrtfy'.t&apteffjitstHify Sir Iii0ixu& Vain:err iijis, aud Wafre Groujius 111 the fiid Paiithes, aud for divivluig and'aljoiri ;g rt^e fime. THE Fartucrlhip of John Barnes and Benjamin H.tcknoufe,   Grocers and 'J ea Dealers, in CheapfideP l*mg diiTolvtd by mutual C'o.ifent, on the 20th Inltanr; [ let; I^eave to acquaint my K/ientls, and the Tu- Jic m^ene-r*I, tl\at I have entered into Warrnerihip w;rh Mi*. Hartiiolomrw Dwion^ \tl.i*.\     i^jli^n   1  \ On Tlmrii'av 1 he?'26rii Ir SOLS, nt Incumbent upwards, am. ynn Qn Tb.uru'ay ihe'26th L:!iaiK, At rhe Sign pi tMe '.v'h j t'e La 0 s' in 1 jn'orfjJK. TpHE  Perp-t.al Advowfon of   the A. -Rectory. of Ingold'^-orpc, worth i?ol. p?r An'.urn   in a pieafa'.-t and. healthy Part of of Norfolk, ab';u: ten Miles from The efcaped tvith inipunity, themuraered infants in the fruitful .wombs, thetf bleedin&.father- dying.hi defpair ?   Here, If alas!" is an Jndance of the too earfy inre-pofiti*" tb.e Con :ty 1 ynn, and t.'urty-hve fro     Norwich, l'crtou.i^e HoLfe, ftarus, and Out-buikhngs, are in goou K'-\\ar.    . ......  Toi f.uher IVrtictiiars apply to Mr. William HtJl, of-ctrt!e, i.i the Couiity of York, Merchant * or to Mr. John Harxroft, of Giiburn, in (he UiA c'o'.ntv,.A cornev ar 1 aw._ Key's. AN f'ISCOIiiiUriC FLUID. * Is now. beyond.Doubt, univerfaily'Known, TH AT ait Difeafes of the Skin, Uovevcr ao%iuir:j or .conhrm'd; co^ccher with the Scurvy Lcprcfy, ftcli,ajl Kr'ds of Eruptions, SjrcSi Urcak nu,s out, of what Na-ure foevcr, arc cured i:K the iir.'aKft'  By a very"fine Flu.il> dltco-ered !n 1755> by       ^ ^Surgeon. I� cu:ancom Hilonicr* it is     pOwc*Bj jatvailing, thit the Face, M�k, Hands, and every Parr of tkc Body, however dif-igrccaMy aftcted wicif  ^hlC^H< ;ca cd with Mr. Ke/s Cypher, an ntafo*i, gl^n with thcni. or t waS.fhfewn Win,* which he agreed for. Tob: had at Baker's Cotf-�-h>tifcA.in 'Chaog^^ Mr.B�UHVrint*lhop, LuJg^te^ij,; Mr.P Y�a:-Gardcnjr * __<   '   -\ ^   

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