London Evening Post, September 21, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 21, 1765, London, Middlesex . -1 4 ^ Numb. 5?4 Prom SATURDAY SjLtTmhzi .it, to TUESDAY September 24 [Price Two-pence Half-penny Front the Lond Jaihifj* Sept AY his Royal tJighnefs the t young Prince was cluiftened by his . Grace the Archbi- fword of ftate befbfe hjf Majefty- to *rid from Chapel. . ' ,-ti- l tUfy ur^orouen on inevjreen. tn tn ^tenant Ge ioj&l oJT the fecqnd battalion of the firft, /oyal jegimeni of foot, ..late under the tfotiimaad of Sir Henry Erlkine, Bart, deceased.  - Mijor Gteoeral of his Majeity's forces, ffrrM?blbi)ei �f tfee 5ondenc informs us, that the car/i-ige it if (( it I C( it � it 4 t it it tt it this being done, a kind of troogh is prepared^ "cjKpndhig from the trtinJc cf ^he^tree 011 each ]rde3 in order ro terain.rhe iap as it runs down. By this means upwards of 30 gallons fromo ne rree has l^een drawn in a day ; which being ma-nufadlered �frer the manner of fyrtrp proceeding from the iug.tr-can?, prcduces a i'ugar, the grain of which is eqtulin rinentfsro rhe Jamaica - and theirolafes, or trCHcle, extrafted from the pref-fureof the fugar, is very linje, if any thin fericr to our Vfcft India molaffcs. Of this fiiiMr (.-i fnuli qnaiifiry whereof ivw brought to tiiis nurkor to difpofe of).the gcntl-man fays3 up-\va:ds of 600 lb. was made by one man rhe laft feafonj L e. from" February to April, inciufive. It is the prevalent .opinion of rhe manufacturers, that a tree wiJJ be ferviceabk for this purpofe 1 x or 14 years, -with proper ufiMge.-When any one confiders the ftiJl^rearer improvemfius that this difcovery is capable of, and forms tq himfelf an idea of the great utility of fucl> a manufafture, efpecially in a country rhat has few or no lUple commodities ro fupporr it, mnft he not wifli that an adequate bounty was provided, or fuch other ample encouragement alJoufr td, asth^t wejmight be able at leaft to 4i!q?piy oiirfelves with chefe arricics ? ant! uall^noer ^ ' ^ have recourse to our Weft India-^Jleighbours, who, we imagine, afi�r this diftorery, will be as trluch neceflitous from the want of our lumlier, as ever we have yet "been from the wane of their prov!iice.-^*Er we would be further fli-muhted to the piopofed pneouragemenr, \ye need.oniy to reflefta little on' the manufadturers in fome of oiu* ^ourherft Provinces; whofe opulence aril'cs chiefly from fome of the mnft diminutive pl.nns, and proceeds ir>^re fiom art in the improvehienrof thefe, th.mfxom iuduflry.in l.ibofious employments. 1 "7^7? concerning the prtj, of the poor% .. poor are likely to become more numerous and mifrrable than eyer5 the unfiling Vonr great men have ruhwi rhe belt part of our foreign'commerce, and I frar it i$ gone pa ft recovery. Many thousands of people at Manchefter, Birmingham, Leicefter, t and Norriugham, will [jrobabjy ftarve this year fox 'want of work, and money to buy food ; and" I I ltreet. fhoiild not wonder if they were to pay you a vifit as the SpiraJfields Weavers did,-although -they themfelves would be the grearetf fnfferers by the expedition. It is reaJly a hard matter to keep people.quiet who have nothing to eat. If the exportation of wheat is not fpeedily flop-ped3 the confluences may be dreadful. GOP fend that the pre fair -M--y may "have humanity and power enough to rcm'rdy fome or' the impolitic meafures, and cruel 'hardihips brought upon as by the laft ! And ma)' Hhl pre ferve us all from canfliiiou arid domeftic bxoiJs 1\' It is faid,. that proper ojficer^wiU foon be appointed in every parifh in the city of London, to infpefl jhe'Kikers Jhops weekly, ir beir:g ftrongly fufpecled tint large quantities of bad an adulterated flovu baye Jqjig beeji u(ed in m4kiiig A geutlemali atJSramlKiny in -Lincolnfhire, having caught a leveret^ �Ky* itiu a room will a cat aixJ her kitten j wi^'jjit i?is great amazement, rhe,cai w;iSoWer\'ef^.tiu a little rime, as tenderly to carefs,. and'ai fjeguJarJy^tofuckle ir, as her own,-Several gentlemen have been ^ye-wirn-ifes of this ejarjtordjnary preteriraturai fympa^hy, - - � Yeiferday morning two. tvomeu fought for a new fhift, valued ax haUf a".guiuea, in liliugcon fields, which was won by ^eJl Draper, commonly called Bruiting Neil, of Safforn-hiJi, /Ihey fought with prodigious mafculiiw vigour ajtd agility, for alx)ve 20 mrnuces j and it is thought that'NcH,-the vidorious Amazon, had purchafedthe fhift at tlie price of her'left eye^ which was aJ mo ft beat out in the battle, Wednciilay evening Mr. Grove, of about eight o'clock, as Long-Jane, Smithfi-iu coming frojnlflingrnn, .down rhe iS'ew-rOdd, lie was Hope.by two footpads, who after fwearing bitterly, that if; he gave the lea ft alarm, ihey would murder him, robbed Mr.'Grove of 16 s. jy?*/Oaober, � . HUNTER-and Mr HEWSON's COURSE of Ana to m* i c a l Lectures wiJi begin, at their. Houfe in Litchfield Street.- TH Partoerfhip of John Barnes and Benjamin rUckPOitfe, Groceis and' Tea Dea^eK, in Cheap/ide, being di'Tolvfd by Mutual Con fen t, on tiie 20th Inftant; *1 /^eg Leave to acquaiiu my Friends, and ciie Public in general, chat I have eiKexed iiito Partnepihip with of bread. Ittnd. ce informed of tba particular piethod of proair-died, at his JtlOUfe in | ingit; which, a^far as >ve could obtain from Saturday morning died, aged 84, the Rev. Dr. Booth, Dean of Wmdfor., after having enjoyed ihe canonry and dean.ry-; 45 y^ais. It is thought he will be fucceeded by the Right Hon. Lord Francis Seymour, Canon of Windfor, and Brother to his Grace t.Kfe Duke of Somerfet. Sunday morning Charles-ilieer, Berkeleyfqiiaie, ^be Rigltt Hon/Lord Vifcouni Middleioin, Member for Nevv ShofehainVUt-Sttfl^^ ^ U)c 36th year *i bit ag^ fhe gentleman; is thus: having-chofen out a Uigc maple tree^ fnitable for the .purpofe, they r wiUian a*e l>ox~u, much after the fame mau- Nev.^'arr'-S're-r � \\hc;e die. Coi^tmuanoe �of their Conumnds will be gracefully' acj;i\OKV-1-dged, and faithfully eifecmed,. by : ' Tncir molt obc^iiqnt hurHbleServattra KeweateStreet) (For Parrner and elh yufy ii, 17^-. BEN J, .BACKHO[^5E- To be SOLD by AUCTION On the*iit undid of OStolwr.iiext, LL the Houihojd Furniture .of t^e hte Mr. John Conrad Hejnzel-m a s, at his late Dwelling Hotife at Eait Buni-hatn in- the County of fiucjes* The Gotxls ro-�lje viewed oil Friday, S^nirday and Monday,', lieforetbc Diys of SJe. C

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