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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 17, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb. 59 *4 Framthe Gaz*txe nrovioctoFDal hf�k he was charged by the King of England, his ma%r^ .v;.;  ; X SpTnifh pink is taken by the Algerinei O tune to efcape. good Qenerd lias , the communication' ! between the different p^rts, except the terriro fifes'atod pjlacts on are hdpes that the m inafr^fei in a1hon\iA%, In the but ic is ciple* to the great honour of the his M*jefty*s yard at Wool fhip> horned of the Owhmitteey for fome public ufe it Rochet hithe, either in the purchafeof good firee-'engities,- or oiher means agreeable Mr. Attorney General's recommendation, as a fecdrity to the inhabitants again ft the like calamity, for the future. A young lady of 4000I. fortune It her own difuofal. at rhe Wett-endoftheTown, fioeller, near Gold-bath Wch quickly commtini greatly alar ./few There were pre* Serene Highrfefs the Prince of ring parts or x ttiXitifrih&cif? of Salomehi. St, Mtf&fo*. Sept. 6.  On the lefearaing, ftis Cathblick Mijel . to Qiwderamv *Btet three leagues fro fcttra where-he^net the Princefs of Parma, Brunfwick, gentry,, on the occasion.  She had a "molt plea fa nr. launch, and is efteerned a very fine v'efel in the water. There is a keel and ftern-poft laid on another flip adjoining* for a thtrdvrate (hip flje took a liking. On Friday Capt. Jph ing in Sim y, Br ice, daughter of John Brice Efibis, with a fortune of 6000J, Tuefday toa, Coktaan-itrtet, Chairman to whom jftey, of Toot-married to Mifs Bstfey of neigh bonrhoodj bctf by cicely affi happily exringuifhxl. ttrhhouc doin rnige. Some letters frotta Jamaica nored Dick Swift now keeps a Attach St. JagQ de la Vetia, in that ifland. tbe ce wetft much da- tat At ntli Ibor Stephen's, Apothe- nunutes 4th? 10 I after the new-born ported ed th her. He  y1ierMai Qi tried other, wa.s con- withdrew When they immediately The Cardinal Patriarch jfito the next Of the Indies, performed the marriage cere- " "KSfeftt intended that the marriage fhould fag performed privately; fo no ceremony viSri*ferved ; the Embaffadors and- foreign irft circle threatened to return to-night, and fee fire to the colliery and every thing about it: in confequence of this, we have fent from Newcaftle a body of foldiers to protect he colliejy. AVe -afe-alfa alarmed with the news of anothet large body of Pitmen nav- cary, on the pavemenr On Monday d near Hackney, Mr. "William Edmonds, Carolina Merchant. On Saturday lalt died Mrs. Newlin, w of Mr. NewKn,  Coach-maker, at Barner, and Mailer of the BoarV head Inn. Tuefday George Turway, a boy, not fourteen years of age, as they were bring-jnghim to Hick's-hall, to give evidence a-gainft five of his accomplices for Felony* dropped down in St. JohnVftreer, and died immediately. Same day Jud ted to New Prifon Jay mornibg a genteel drefled wonni^ liild in hei; amis, i� a greac hurry iq a peffon gning up Holbobrn befoire her^ \wmaji to hatfl her child for a .few  but, to her great grief, wBea fhe returned, found rhe vyoman was gone off with th^ infant, who Was weH drefled, and had a filver coral alxiut him SHREWSBURY   RACES, Tuefday, rbe rorh inftuir, a free ptorfe. bf 50 I. given hy Lord Clive, and Thomas^Hill, EGji for fotir and five years old horfes, te> was won hy Mr. Collins*s ch. geld. Manda- tt- ing aflembled at Ghefterle-ftieer, thr oyal Family i behind them'the Ladi&sad Gftndees of the Court; and the doors^wer� opened to let in every body that would co*fi& Immediately after the ceremony his Ca- OiQlick I^tjefty; arid aU the Royal Family, rett/y r thfe t&xx day the principal perfons ____Owrt kilfed the Ring's hand, ^ well ttoft-oC tte l%inee-anrf Priocefe ot The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, hear, ~     -   - wedme. Vic#-Prefi ha& appointed the Rev. Dr. Trail, Reftor of Weft-Ha        "  "   ^ guineas. OnMondaylaft was committed toNew* Prifoni Clerkenwell, by Benjamin Cowley, Efq,~ a Butcher of Northaw, on the oath�f Mr.'Thom^s Tuck, a Butcher of Edmonton, for flopping an�d robbing him on th  y yrs. old X 1 4 lege, Oxford, his Chaplains. Court, -and   ^ orfow moufrirag-vwilli� on again *Rote aatiohi by politeneft and affahi|i. An exp>efsi�' " *-^-:___-.1__T\..i-� ~C t>:~!_____1    I U*A fV�� rrtt^r^rc in rhp rarr nf fevfffl lhlilin^S an, on foot, flop- I Mr. MacanejTs bay gelding S> 5 Morrifon years a   di. tary to his Grace the Duke of Richmond, as Embaifedor to the Court of France. I H^Ma]efty(ha* beeapleafed to confiitute Marqeis JLorne, to be Colonel of tie 1 ft, or royal regiment of foot, in die room of Sir Harry J&Qsine, Bart, deceafed. The ftOJ^ Col. Ei&rby, from halfrgay, to be Colo; ~     , goons, on the hlfh efiabliihment. Jn t) room of the Marquis of Lorn* removed. bed the miftrefs in the cart of feven (hillings and fix pence 3 the Gardener immediately collared the man,' and* with the >ffiftance (of another GardUWr coming by, he was fe-"cured> jftiid carried before Sir^ohn Finding for examination.' He was fome time ago a mafter. Baker near the Seven Dials.* He had a Qommon prayej^ book in his pocket, which he pulled out and read as he went.a-long, with feeming devotion. He had no fire-arms,   It is faid he is 'difordered in his dL t 1 1 theses anc^tfhey ediatdy Dpn Antonio Bac^reli, a Maj fcrvice, andlnfpefto Cavalry Governor of Fon Georee Studholme Hpdglbn, to ^be   fenfe^. w ?rJes Howard, Koigin Major Gen. Richard Fat fon, to b? the fooro-of the Jaue      tbp Postscripts of - a 11 the Evening Ufoukalk Sept. 17.   TW Meafed to^ran^unto William Mellilh, Efq; ftie'officef of ktcejvef General and Cafhire Of hisr Maie%'s Cuftoms, Subffdies, aad roo i ners Of the j6th T^giment ,ot root, 4n tn of the Right Hon. Lord Robert Man removed. William Le- WiJlia county will be tttverfordweft, Merced, at the Angel in H�-Ve^fordyveft^ Sept. 23, 24, 0�t 29;    ; ***PiviDBKP"'*-^ mait to Creditors* 9'.' 'John Cijittenden, late of^H^vkburft^ in' tltt^coiinry of .Kent, Merchant, ar the houfe 6f E&win, Waidfco^er iu Winchelfca^ We hear that CoK Charles Hotham the ift#reg appointed Colonel of itit 63d regiment of fool, on the �ftabliffimenr pf Ireland, the>room qf Kdajor Qen^ral Peirfoh. ;* h is faid tttakthe Right flph. Lieut. Col, Lord Allen, of ihe ziih regiment of foot, from various circdmftances to be the ver. will r� aooointed to the command of a    from whence America was firft peopled be appointed company an the ift regiment Irtft weel? Mr.. James G in^ar^-lape,. and Mr. Haberdalher in Qxzh Papers ofjafi Tuefday. T^e. letters by the two Iaft.mailsfromPeterf-burgh take not the'leaft nbfice of the "Caroufil, 'of Which fo much Wbeen lately faid -in the fo--: reign gazettes.-, fo that it is thought it has eirher been deferred for fome reaton, or is entirely Lid afide. They write from Peteriburgh,  that letters Jiave beeii redeived from certain Ruffia. Merchants trading to North Tartary, of a'late dif covery having been mactc of an ifland, fuppofed from various circdmftances to be the very place " *    that Mr. Dawfou'* gr. mare Nartcy \ Dawfon, ditto   -     �  -S 3 Mr. White's ch. m, Jfair R*i ditto, entered at die poft Thwfday, the Towa ftfefcriprxon of j give-and rake, weight for age add inches, wal won, by, Mr. Jordan*fe bay h. Speedwell 6 yrs. old, by ViAim   - Ld. Grofveno^s bay m. Cowflip ditto, by Bandy Mr.Cafweil'sdun h. Fortune,, 5 yrs. x>ld, by the Dan Barb The company was more brilliant and name* rous than ever we bad, at the public breafaftf iogs,- ordinaries, aflemblies, &c The fporc equal to anything - ever feeu.* The firft dajf the tjvo- laft heats were feverely difpmcd, the fecond day Trifle and Infant contefied the placA with great power, being two bottomed horte^ and rhe Ldl day's. fport exhibited two as fine heats as ever was run on any.courfe. continent being but at a lirtle diftance; and the . have been mide BRENTFORD Turnpike. rHE  Trapes of Brentford Turnpike meet at tie, Bohemia Head on Turnbam-Gretni on Saturday nexty the ixfi Inftant^ at Ten JCloch in the Forenoon, j. berrov, cy John firft migration is thought to iy, large Ixxtfes of floating ice. the inhabitants. fdmetimes ififtialler J<9ieA, of the city of Bri� tors of Je the Treafi rals, viz deceafed* paid ThomatVSr. 9 Bethjem, St. Luke's, tlie London, and the London Workhoufe, 849]. j^ji^uoday kft her Maj^fty. was churqhtd by^iV <3race.t he Archbilhop Canterbury/ ataie.Qdpen'Vpalace. \ t t Tuefday, 1m�h- Haufes of Parliametjt ipet ^t ^jdRjhiHaaer, purfuant to their l^ft pro-rogatidB/ andw^re fuaher.profpgutd, by a coirftarffion frofpj&t &&jefty, to TKurfday Q^tort.tie i4th/the?lforfsComthiffictneft or, his; G'tacp the rfrilry, a act the*�ailof ffotn the -Brnjfels Gazette, 9^Th^ iktoQlhion^f the. port pf this gmvfipi*ved -.bp*.' 'His; tnoft' ^conformity to the wu zoQQh a'pl&e before paid, makes 10-ler 17049^ an3 is in fiifr of the refidue J^eteftatoPs peripnal eftate, bequeathed , hefeid h0^j)Ual?pnd wotkhoufe, except ioool. Old South-Sea An^uHies; vetted in off to fea rhereon, e^ren at this day. LerteTS frdm Jamaica mention, that an advice boat had -been fent with ap'exprefs to Sir William Bnrnaby at Penfacola, oh ceitain intelligence having beeii received that a Spanifli Ad-rhirsfl, wirh 1 confiderable naval � force^ had juft arrived .at the Havauah from Europe.--It is added, that rhe Spaniards -art iu great w&nr of iron in all their* -Weft-India feiclefnents, on ac- X _ A Meeting, by Adjournment of the Truf* Ji tets for Repairing the Eafterv DijhiH of the Turnpike Road, hading from the Powder* MilU on HounJIow Heath in the County of Middle-fix* to a Place called Ba&neftone^ near the Town of Bagfbot in the Parift of fVindlefbam in th$ County of Surryi c^/// be held on'Weanejday next, the *iih Inftant^ at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon", at the King's Head at Ezbavu j. Turner, Clerk. count of its importation bein red from America. a ftrialy prohibi- .trud during thejife of a widow gdwlewo.- j    0r      ' . The Attorney-General's opinion.was/ead relative to thediij>6fiti0h of the furphis. /Se^eiaVsew petitions and claims were prefented,. read, and examine^ . by .the -nary, on jopie imps vi, w�i �*Li*i4g,        there, the delUnarion of which isa fecret.. ..   . .   - . 'It is now", talked that the Sight � Hon. the Earl of Kiiinoul- will- fncceed Lord Frederick Campbell, as Privy feul for Scotland,  It is faid a new. JBritiQi Envoy wilLfooa be appointed tathe: four t o� Lifbon, in the rqotfl of the Hon; Mr. *Hay, Brother :�Tthe Earl of Kinnoul, .\yhov we.are rold cccu|)} a cojiI;derable ?o{\ here,, or in IreUnd.^ The^ourd of Lnr.gimde have give it dfrecTi-611s to Mr. Harriibn to make.two. *wre Time- erflifp of John Barnes arid Benjarain Backnoufe^ Grocers ajid Tea Dealers, in Cheapfide, being diffolved by mix* tual Cojifent, on thelwtli Inlhuit; I bc$ Leave to acquaint my Friend^ and the Pn^hc in roi&> ral, tbat I have entered into Partnerfhip With Mr. BarthoJomew Daw feu* Grocer and Tea Dealer, at the Tea Gheit and Sngar ixwf, m Newgate-Street; . where, dSie. Coitrinnan�e ct their' Cotninands will M gratefully acknowledged, audfattbfaJly execwed^by Their moft oWdieut hnnUMeServant, IfcaeattrStrert*       (For I^rnur and Self) to&iraLW. - BfciiNJ, BACKHOUSE. is coining over to Y - MA RK - * Ki>c*� The a th e. k�hich �keepers 1 1 Letili,s*tlfoiav,iU>me.' darted brought by the laft mails, fay, ley is juft arrived here from Qenoa,.jvhere be hack lermioaicd & commiflion - vyit E and the others paid. ThVOeric vwas direfted to pay gratuities to {everai private engine'keepers, who atr teuBed^ndhad not'receired any recompence. ___.^ .Uppna.moiiono/theTreafureiV, it was " Mr. Stan- I refolyed; that, the furplus be paid in.ro the ^rdtrr,       diftoftd; for winch', ~b' approved, ,iie will ve- ceiveio,ooo_ J. Ic is rejiorrcd, rh;*t an enquiry "will be" irt a^: next felTina of Pnrliiinrcnf,  how far t!iciion ot rhe" P.il.ice-Court; 'commoniy cUi^d the Msrihaliea Conrr, exrenrfs, in ortlef to rec-tify Tome abides complained of. Yeftertlay  morning,  a!�ut^ two o'clock,'a- Art broite out m the fuxwvicc of Mr, Blown, * M (he Nol.'ilic/ 'a;ui  0?:ury, ESS. -C^awforj>, Vincent, moft buinbly- rfr-jiieit Stiifcrii'^rs to the ;.-av their Suirfoipao.iS to Meff. Andr^ Drum-rnorld an 1 Co.-ft.nkfi, ac CfiariAg C:ofs j ot �to-MT.-Crawtflnt, at the fajd-TheMre; where Aiteiiciince will be given every Morning, ftom Ttfh'roTwa ^ 'gers w _ v Company of prtndpa Dancers ajready engage pect*l Italy   

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