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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 26, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Ntimb. 5916 n''*j45-    tprice Twchpcnce ^Half-penny '  To   the 'SIR,. PR I N T E *L -and his-adherents may continue tp praife the late Mini ft r y andabufe the . prefenr; and Britfiis and his, partisans may go On {with diifcfting him, in ^ fappbrt-of the pre- fenr, and tlo th� ^itgrace of the late Ministers; Pomfpnitu Atticusy and^fotjifl few-o-thers, mayvlabour 00 in the vain talk of endeavouring to white-waft the^Favoume. j ^nd the Gm/iiijtiienaJ fPrjtgrjiwhh iiis;col-feaguefcto*? proceed, ro attempuog to |*ove;*hat :^!r. ^itt has been a Whining and venal deaajBOgae.. a patriot from ma--Jice,  .r^tf^Pr, xpnv^ni*ndei eqaaliy : a weattterifaocjc, in jf^cifde'. and "Opinion* a German tool, and* .jib l&glHh prodigal^ a penQoner, a madman? a fool, and a knave; I fay, ill thefe Qu�o%of the quill may purfue their adventures, with the annoy;-ance of ih^mfeives, one another,- oriifee cd^S/^^^^'H^gage in, wliifeiflfhe laughing world iooks, on, as.quite.uoiti-wefted in the .^(afters. that may liefiU them, and is only'.diverted w&b, the.cohv � tensions they fuf^ri^ by peltipgs with dirt, ami the extraordinary foal figures which they are daily making g? each Htkeff i.\: ' &fe-)*pod peopje.^i^Wiid^iKigfpsta too wift to regard the wordy, .jvars pf femft Vranglerifor sower or emolume'nt, crper> flaps for the. ofials oriiv of office^ The it COntentfOhs are cpnfidered as np'bettet than ttr antt; fijuibbl^ of ojjd woa�n? tB^^amoifK^OkS��      and ijmfcfflb&i heli^^pp|aV^ Wat, thejf; am.&ggriy ^^^iieii^i^Bafi^ie' moft^cppi&eMVin " ^f^i^^e^irolic^jn pr;d^*h^e%y .to* of ^jje^trtprheti i?� thaiVn^^ajr^ T^xt S^%�lUoni ^fttit ^f/*^ of things, Jit xrf .w|h^|1j^ they la^^^o jcbptred ifieif cotintry ^oryy  -         ^-^^^^ify^mtt |I^^Mii^fiK^^MNift^^V�s-a. people,: .tepre^rfie, i^nyfa^on^bf the.>hol'e gtot*e> that they foon faw themfclvea the tftniempti'olfjthe' verypower? .whom; titey ha^&dfte^ithiey havetfeea Minifters: \ rurtoin&itO'Fraftfceto get; a-, peace, infucha^ hurry ti^ai eyen^precau^fon^ were foTgpt for ficoring t^te 'Execution of It; and t hey have* fees "that -peace approved: by fame, men in tibe natlfen*'andl,want not to be informed, on what motives H was done ^ they k�ow^ Mr.^Ktt baslteen three or four times en-L gag^dht x^oiiations for entering into an �{6�Rsiftrationr and that there rmiit be fome fofficteot cacfc for thofe negoiiaiions having proved QftfQCce�>fUl -9 they are told theFa-wwwtc is effeaually retired, yet do his ^wswwymco continue as much attached to Mm as ever, and they fee him daily at-tsaaptcd to he white-wafhed iuio a Saint: atm arefo immearureably audacious as to tefteftnt him as a modeft, open-hearted, amcniawbftrouvman, while the world well know* be obtained his power by officious aiid w&iuating intruSoasi and Mr. Legge's pipes* figew, beyond difpue, that his in-mgpin& Was ttrong,. and his fatal afceri-dency and duplicity too early conspicuous: they lijieiwrle know, that by-llyly. under-nwr*ing in their departments the chief Miftffters and Couriers, he drove, them ftom tliefr employ men is, and then with his adherent* and inltrumenu walked into the firfiV flat ions of government j and when he was there, the moderation he ufed^owards fK&pte whp.had been put into: employments Mxwy^pi^ta^ia^d ;abufein .5tv�ry; ifflpg,. become. pc^i>a3ep&:. :^^in^'the  be prevented by the IhpVteni^ of PatMamenjs r for in ite extent pfthjeir juration lies the root of all the greateft ev1/s which we have ca'i4e to lament.  And when, we r�a4 or $ riear of what is going on at a eectalDaowiv in 'ffie. Weit of ^^laiid,. know wbde-was lately done, in a county EaUward �f .\jtie metropolis, jm^ look to what is now doing in many other parts of the kingdom, have not tbofe wpfttiy men, who are'friends-�o j| the Cpnftttuiion, jufi.ca^fe.tp ex^ia.e wfcjuTd fjfftem of Corruption, vmcti is de-jftr^yiijg all principle, uriiierrnjpiti^ a letu* rity,and,; like a whirlpoolrra;ail| invoivriig ^ the devoted nation that it fway*. . � The, evils" of the i��Jes; are, ^ not only clearly ,-ieen, hut a^o Jeyeiefe( (elr; and trieir ea�ntial> ft not eiwcluatr Ifemoval^ase .fte g^t'^ijbjkfc'^ ^eaiVe^irf a^e^, lfce4^T^"^)E^^^bj^*4^^. Y^en. i?Qw \sr's\l try jtptrkst ;and.^hiJ^aVo ^plaud, oppofe pr^^poltNfhejai, jiceptdtpgv jta^e(degiee^.o^vih|ic./5*^t* or dfimeert* tjiereii ^ir'ar''. ^ j   "^cr ";They, are- not jrtterefl&l\ in.difcpvJerjaj' wlvofe cha racers, aid: blacke^'sb^itheyr warij to havelfuU knaVied^: O^lwtmfin^ whole a$ion& wif^demo^ deltervjTtgW re^arf/;^c^it^|f * tpetfi^ whjo;.heMioSces unden terGBi^^wir^uW-aptia-^acha/riave V^jt��ka0e%T^ in? or^er;io obiiget their lawj^gewj Vt-^ � j-..- Aihtp /rojn j^fdeaut, bound?' to. Sett-4*n^ Daniel tS�Q+ias,ft?Ma'fter, reported-ln the Sound, that ^t^Ve&T^ wa&;b r&:&�^r>iof ^o^ao^ has parchafgd thought Mr. Fitt, fuch^rufotje v& tliinlc%im j and.'tiJJCtjjey f^ja^t^m.f&'. 4s' much' tQ" a%b^"'^et)'"f^1!^^^il1*I done; they;'WJtlf^^ as of him ^orcarJ,there.'^^^^&ons^;LI!tu�-2 the" mihifeftation o� jk^'m^u^.hi^t^k       """' at In peace as in war, and.his-merits may be made as Conf^icupus in One as in the other.     ;People look only to. deeds; they laugh at praife and abufc : and 1 appeal to man* kind, iif there,appears to be tiie le^ft ajten-i tion" paid to the piefent garty-altercaiioiis, 'and yet rhe' mind bf the public was never � aiofe ferioufly attentive than at prefent \ but } .lit is, as I.faid, toJmeafi^res, propo/itions for public fervice, and ferious reprefefttaiions. linnen, and threatned to make rfaem Have*. The Bey, � Teems, has countenanced this condndl, "acd woqld not permit the French Conful to ^ethern toiiisjboufe rill the affair was decided, .bm.r^prD^cbcil him for bis inipenineuce, iaf t^reatned, if he periifteti in his demand, to feparajt*he prifoners, and pnt them in chains :dfl?eB>gh�ftav�u However, he afterwards fenc tfaeai under a ftrong guard ro the Confnl of aen-theV Chriftian Poiver (which is not named) and offered .two Notaries to take an inventory of their effects. They are very impatient ar Tn-*iis.tO-fee,how this affair will erfd. We are told from Paris, that the Bailli 'tciter de^fereiile^ the SardinuuAmbaiTador at that Conrtt who' died there a few days ago, had a great fliare in bringing about the lata rreaty of l>eace: on \*bich occafion the King of Great 'Britain fent him a fine fet of borfej, -and othe*v prefenK 5 and the French King gave him an abbey worth 30,000 livres per annum. Count Hatigwittz, Chamlierlain and Privy-Councilor to* the lare Emperor of Germany, died ftiddenly at his fear at Moravia vvhilft the Imperial Court was at Infpruck. He was drawing up a plan, which he propofed to deliver to the . Emprefs Queen on her rerurn to Vienna, for paying off the debt incurred by che late tvar^ wirhout Ixirrhening the fubjeets. We are infermed that the inventor of the Centrifugal Engine, has contriv'd another Pump, in which.a fingle piflen ferves the pur. pole of two, it railing water in equal quantities, which nukes a conftant ftream, both when the piftemispnH�[rnp and pulhed down ; this new cOut^iva^iee. is rfekoned particularly ufefiil for g^eaVtfcprhs, .'and ^ives jtrfl double the quantity 6f either* the lifting or forcing pump in the fame We'-heaT that a'mimber of journeyoten Clo-thiery^jny'yUtihiie and Gloucefterlhire, are gout^ oVei-'^^Scvy^Yorlt, to be employed in the'^v*poCten manirrado^ies in that Province, :\vhich .have met w*A inch fuccefs lately, that ^�e^fo%ila>a^Rott^y^^^^^ 10 work them. oF thfr JBasfei � Mji*>-* A'tto3rb6y4:;^t charitablrf legaci*�.Wt jSunday cl'^a 1Vff-^ Stuiburyvin '^tirFoiifcv K-M&f&e�$e&f^^-t - - ... * Hodgkinsf, 'Jgfjfe &tmel-ly:* M�j;b^nt tf; tiiBciry*;- : *-V->    y    '.'    '�� u ;,,CM Mcnidtix d.i.e^TMT. �inl%.fep<*r of the �ait India Waralioufc it Bototyh-wha*f. '.'''' m*| fojir :fiOFj)hcee-per cent, which: rthe Court tinanimouily ag.eed to j anr^ the redilftion Is to take placefr.oar Lady-day next. Than a motion was made for an application to Parliament, in order to obtain a law toi oblige all Stockholdejs qualified to vote at. elections, to have the .ltock ;>n their-own poiTeffion and namely months^previoui" to an eledion-; which, was left to the Court of Djieftors. After this came on affair a-boui fome diamonds belonging to privare merclianij; lately brought home-in one of their (hips, which the Company have in their poffel&ohi; and4hefame isJfeft'to-^ Court of JDirejior^io- acfXtherelh asf'-they fli^ll ihinlc proper.',,The Court was in formed, by J he Chairman^: thitilie adviaesi[ received from Indian are. very, favourable. Letters fi om.Hollandvbring advice, that the fum of five millions of guelders will he paid thebeginniogiof BTovember next*, on account,, of their ftate-bonds^ and alfo up^ wards o( two millidDsv bf guelddrs-about the fame'tttnc!, in part of their. Admiralty-bonds, amounting together to very near 7oc,pbol. fterling, in confequence bf which, feveral large buying- ordersj'ln Our funds are �uon expected.' *'-.-' They .write frptn Copenhagen^rof the i loth inftant, that his Danim Majetty fead g^iyen leave; to. tbs M^rcbiaMs 6f.'fhat m^-tropplis .tp import, Cut sign, idieauirai j^cf .4 which h not'to bs ibtaia thiicuy, not ago kept a MHJiner's (hop in th&Cloyffers. -On Wedne'fday died;4 at his houfe in Tower-ftreef, in an advanced age, Herbert, Arbuthnot, Efq; many year*- an Officer in his Majefty'sCultoihs; Thuifday about npon died, at the "Dake of Richmond's houfe in. Privy |3ardgn?,: Whitehall, the Right Hon. Lord Qfiqley, eldeft fon of the Marquis of Kildaie, in =the i8rb year of his age.      . > Yefterday morning, about fix.o'clock, thecorpfe of the late Vifcottnt Middieton, was carried from his late dwelling houfe in .Charle�-ftr#er, Berkeley-fquaie, and-interred at WandVworth in Surry: his Lord-'ibip was,Lord of the Manor there when living. On Wednefday afternoon Mrs. .Salkeld, wife of Mr. Salkeld, Mathematical Inltru-menrrmaker in Smithfield, went, accompanied by her filler, to the SurgeonVThe* atre in the Old Baily, to view tn* bodies of the three murderers who. lay diffefted rher.e j but was fo greatly afiected by the fight, that ion her-return home, ffie was i!ei2ed with convulfive fits (to which me wjasiubjecfcjj; and died the fame evening. .;       )   ��. - � ^ Articles of Intelligence, ^fe-f(P^ the Postscripts ^alj^fheyl^nil^1 ; Papers af,laft. Thurfday.�'. '��.�^ :'~ / -! J  Private letters from Madrid import that rh>?ee-?j 'different menioriajis of Comphunt have,been pre-   ,paffport)�,.,it)'e, Captain of ithfij/CQlftir fei�l all bis effeifts, without leaving Wbe* him or ^� My to awl> 49 a change of ^IBb, l!of J^ent\vbboV b MiftPadgett, 1'^ of ^B tfilcffike. * . Tu|U|^n^in^;"at. Sfer^ylS^ .�f-Hack. ^^^^va^^iva^Bg; ill ois-Gardenr -before break> 'fij^i^j. JeSow ^n^d�w*r-the "t>nc�i and pre-* fea^id-i�-]S^(aH�o bim? 'IfWoVe fir HvVrifd bfovr this bfcaW*fr,*lf"he'.d,id not deHier his money limir.eSately^ accordingly. Mr; Wylde gavt 1 him Bis j^ratcS^o^near 30 U jsn Money, ro-(gfther', wiUi-l%i5P�^'-�>df knee bockl^s after Tw'hieb the fallow goe�ff over the fence as he came^ i'T*' H�- Parcfterlhip: of Jojm Barties and i Jfc. -Benjamin Baakitoofe, Grocers and Tea tl&iletv in Cheapiidei being diifolved by ma-HualL'o�feitt,von theTOtivInibtrtt: I beg Leave toacquamr my Frieflds^ and ttte'PuBKc tn Rtnc-ril, tliax f have entered into Parrherfhip with M^r. Bartholonicw Diwtibn, Grocer and Tea .Dealer, at the Tea Cheft and Sugai'-Eaaii in Newgare-Srreet.;   where the Cbntinnanc* of .their Commands- will- be gratefully ackhow-letlged, andJakttmJly e�ecoied-, by-  Taeirmolt oberfieirthumbleServant, Kvwgate-Strettj       (For Partner and Self) yttfy 21,1767. RKN ]; HACKHOtTSK. ^_   .     . Sept. 27, i76y. ESCAP&I) feom Newgate lalt Night, by undermining the Gaol, Two houfebreaJters, anfwenng the following De-icrii/tion, viz. . J a m b s # a^i p y , iff Trade a flarber, 4faont Seventeen Years of Age, fijre .feet one Inch, high, fair CcOTplejr4o%.his;cw/* fendy Hair, hut took with him a brown Wig,,drelled in a light Fuitim Frock and ^aiftcbac. William JBensBt, Twenty-tw� Years of Age, five Feet four lncneihigh, hjs own dark brown Hair, drefled in a, blue Cpat .with a red GoJ5ar, remirka14e for havina,'m?ug? -W^rts upon ius Hands, particularly aJargepBe lately uken from oft bis Right fe&M^by; Trade a Potter.; and both Natjves of Newark upon Trent,' in Nortinghamlhire. t Whoever will apprehend the laid Offenders,'' ^r'either of them, and fecure them.in any of (VIajefty,s Gaols in Grear Britain, wall, on, giving Notice,thereof, either to Sir John Keld-ing, or Mr, Richard Akerman, Keeper of New-Ease, receivea Reward of TwenTv Guineas' &tmcL- RICHARD AKERMAN. i N.'Hl Ah'y Perfon, after thi� public N01 ice, harbouring, comibrting, aidiugor aJ-etttng rhe above Offenders, will be fubjaft to a Prolecution, $s accefTary Felons.__ Kev's ANTISCORBUTIC FLUID, Is now, beyond Doubr, univerfally known, THATall'Difeafesof the Skin, however acquired or confirm'd, together ivitft the Scurvy. LepTofy? Itch^airKiids of ErapcTonsrSore*, &r Breakinsi out, ol -what Natnre foevcr, arc ai|�4 with the greattft-t.ercaiityy By l' very fine Fluid, djfcor vereUin i755.vby HeY, Surgeon. }n cuuneou? Diforders ic is fo powerfully prevailing, that rhe Face, Neck, Hand5jand*rerY Part of phe Body, however dii-agrecably aftefted witn Complxiiits of any Kind, are abfolmely cured, aHd fhe fine Texture of rhe Skii reftor red by it, to its moft narural and pertea&ate. It is (old for 6 s. in Ha-'t-^nt Bottles, which are italcd w�h Mr. Kay's Cypher., and Direaioos given * Tot!?\m4 at Baker's Coffee-houfe. in 'Changt-At-iey ; Mr'. Bull's Vrjnt-fhop, Ludgat^hilU;Mr, Oeard � Toy-fhoP, pkcadiHy, Mr* Tyfijn's, ir> ShatMbsffirea: j and at Mr, lewis's, toxAJtllerf in ftogpl-ttijet, Tftjt-SJaris*   

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