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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 1, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Numb From TUESDAY October j, to THURSDAY October 3, 176j. [Price Two-peace Half-pthry From rhe London Gazette. Warfavo^ $&t. ii. k~]HE71 h inftant, be- it; 'the ataniverfary of accetfion his Majefty's the to and 1756, the laft of which, efpecially if..j    Tuefday Mr; Philip Conttable, an emi- rightjy urideritood, is calculated to reftqre j nent Wooifen-firaper in Eiftopf�a'e-tt..*e(, and nephew to Danie) Webb, Lfq; Tic^-fuier of Chtiit's hofpjt^i, - was-etiofen a Common-Councilman for thefaid waid, jn the roota of the late Mr. Willii^Waiker. throne, the foreign Minifters, and the Nobility in town, had the honour of paying theii compliments 00 occafion. that Jimin^ Sept. zr.   The Queen of Pruflia ba:> quittedrherfu f&P%jkaB- has-occupied mer palace at Schonhau- her winter apart- ments ip the Royal palace in this capital. YijUBgsfiUie H^nry of frufila is at pre-l?nt- coined ia .hi? . room by a Tertian. GeneraJ Nugent, the AuA-rian Minifter r^'iaiqg here, delivered, a few days ago, to their fTfljffiaDJMajeft.es the letters of notification bf the deaih-of the Emperor of the Romans ^ and to-morrow this court goes, f.;r fix weeks, into mourning for hi* 1^'e Imperial tylajetty. .St Ja&eS*inQ&. r. The"Kin* has bren pieaftdtfo cr4  Andilike.letters patent for the promo ion cf Dr.-James Trail, to 1 he-united Bivho; ricks of Down and'Cohiorj void by ihe ira:.ila God P . �to i\\-t thar tranguiliry whiph:is fo neceflary for the intereftartd glory of religion, proved all that was done at St. Cloud, and am going to take proper meafures to pie-vent any thing of the like kind from happening again. The Clergy know my refpeft for religion, and the affedtion I have for its Minifters. I fliall alway* be ready to make ufe of my authority to give them proofs of it.   Upon which I pray God, &C* On the i7rh the King's Coran.ffiar.es went to the Aflembly of the Clergy, to demand, on the part of his Majeity, the renewal of the comr?& for eight mil/ior.s, and rhe free gifc of four millions.   The Clergy Icquiefced wjth the renewal Of the cotr.ratft, hyt have not yec dcermined upon thd free gif.. They demand a fecu'icyfor their piivileges, which they p-dead have been infivinged by fevetal let-eis patent '$r,d deciara ions. It ia piet rdgd 'h$r. our Court, in concert wiihth'fcof tngUr>d, S;>3aci ?od �ardi;:ia, interetts 1 hemfelves mucn i-i puai? g an end to'the troubles of Cotfica; and 1 iiat, e'e* Jong, fhar iiland w'ui be. evacua:ed hy the French 11 oops, and converted rniOa'Kojal or Repuhlican governuici.t.  A?n}tadamy   ^.pt. z8,   Theie is in city a new invented piece of inetfjanifiii/ Cach a^ l7as noi yet been feen, Being uvb � h^u/cs ma*Je �-f wood, rtch of them ihiee' whieii plajf tipohr t%o common llaicb IcKeiat drftjgreni au^, primo et fecund^ and wi-iv uieir ai-ificiahfttigers "pprfoTm ail kinds uf . tunes, ?ind found" with their mou-.n> Iti^h afld-CoA*, as ihe itrtfirc may re- Laft week was married at Cheiler," John Robotham, Efq^ of that ci y,  to Mifs hither Brewtfer, of Shrewibuiy. On Sunday died at Pepkh^m, in the t9Th year of his age, of ii)e fmall-pox, Malter Wiiiigm Stehbing, only fim of Anthony Stebbi-g, tfq; a WelfJniia Merchant of this ci y. - Same day died at his houfg on Finch'ey Cum:non, Mi. Jamjes Patteffon, foime iy an en'jnenf Turner jn \ew North iireci, Kedlion-fq :a-e, but had retiiedfom bufi-. nffs (o :ie yeai^. On Monday died; at his haufe in the' KjV^V R n Pa'nion-ihkeet, Mr.-Henry Tiuibe lijce, a- Lieiuenant in il]e qid ie6iment of f^ e over with the three CiierokeeChiefs, arjd attended them- duing their itay  in t 'Tuefday morning died, of thegout in his jfijs'J "rt e lame morning died, at her i.uufj in QldPatece-y.irJ, "Welt minfter, af.e' a iin � gerirg ili-.;f^ Mrs. Roberts,* whof r majy u: an 1 iron; of      Right Kev. Far hex A^hiir Smyth, date Biihop there*, .Meath. N T l{ Y   N t S::.mf\*ct% Sept, 26.  Ot Saturday JaIt, as Mr, Hca'ey, a^Feilmo^r, and Mr. M^d-wtli Bct(s, boto of Okchaai in RuilanJ, I ueie Jciurning from Waltham fair,,a footpad called ou- to Mr, Ht^alcy, fipm behind a Me'jge, to ilop, or lie"w^a dead man, j whicu alaiming him, he fpurred nis hoife | and gft .ciear        the fellow then attached -BA^Kv-r U-P T S.rtpiirtd *o furrend, WiltJ3|in^rice> of-^Aicoh, ill  the cont-ty of rSoutiiamprbn^. Shojvfcef|>rr,        Gmicih.Ji, fi^y.^c^ftpDithj of AValljridg^, n-wr Strout-I, in fl^iPO^llcye of C^Wiceitcr. -Dj-er, at Giiild- Jekp \J$MfayPf XVf J be .parx m of it. M^r(?in.in .ihc-fields, in t'Jj^*CQmuy of. Middfofex, Up- Dividends   ^ ///bA M'G+rJitort, Oa. 24^ Thomas "Upfa]la"of WifpiHgwn, in    by ru;;r4i:,^ go-*.cfcar otf. rhe connry of Lincoln, De^kr^ at the At1" r .^eJia TntrerfliaJJ. AH>erc. Garlandy late of Lanncefton, ysars kept Alices coftee-houfe theu-. L*ztt "tvTek died, in the- 8o-hj'car of a^e, Mr. John BenefolJ,. fenior, eminent Peiiike-nbker in G/eat IvJarlyU; ruMgh-fitter, Carnaby^narke^ A ihip,   Niels- Hufberg, -'-Mafter, from jBouideaux   for   Pcterlburgh,  Jad*n wit h &c;   wus K\lt 0.*  the 7111 Some letter ceqeived iae!^ Troni Senegal fdy% (key luyel^en infonucd there rba In} Mn^tiy9* lhip the Shannon- was gone to PudTo, * ennfi-derabje place of i\r?u�th on t!:e coitfineiic^ to j-uc a flop, to .iome works of iire^^ih \vi*icli th^ French were creetirg :here. . Letters from Coriic^ rui.irion a gfeat dsf?rriocj- �03o/3g the freneft auxiii^ry troops ;va;;J addj that Count Marbenf \wl c�iifev! a Dutch trant* l>orr5 wit if "ftores aiid ordu/jtce for rhe �fr of the m.tleconrentSj ro b?-;irtaed ?^rn4fhji;itJ Lvuis, M. A. of Pliii 'Jrl^hia, their \i:fiio-:ary for the ccuwty of (Jiou^Lur, in New j. fey, North Am,rica. It-is f.-.id, fiut a lu.i for h ihiTJ^riM-j: ! .w is p�o,*o4;d an trruiivj:t gemjcui ^ of thr Ions r Le. .*i:d   X'.'lii   ' him ur -ugnr j:vo the .f rhe.i.Jar- 1 i 1 wOtilr or Co.i.:i.o:;s ac the ir.et:. :^ 'i'l.e daily ex^orr..ti. n or c^rn ip i>e nine fo i. .er.rif.n tT^Sr is   o v betore a gr.-ar H mi d; tv:nc brandy, pad, on An holts Reef, in the Caite^a^j an~, it ji thought, but iicvie uf ti�e cat^u vviil be faved. Tuefcay, ?.x Mr. FooieVfaie at Wdt-pi'd, Mij'H !Stur^ev,n, the malt ill do^, fu Id! if or j foui 1 ^1 guineas. uvifda.y, by the hi^h .vindr feve:alvef- i fcL bciow bi id^e ' w.ei e drove from their ] V: and V~'jn^derab]e caina^e done a- ! moM&it tne fii(i;lciaft'.i a..whe:ry was over-| let iu Bl ickwall-ieacii, and an.ancient man,. Kov. 4. in the count j?1 of C onnvall, Sa efix)an and Sbq^keepjjr, at fhe Nag's-nead tavern in Vinfcilieet^Briflot Tuefday arrived the Mail from Flanders. ^tttJUbakiy Sept 9. |CVN^Ttfe^dT)efiiog the prefent Dyet the \JLjSiWgc*ufed.tobe laid before UieStages Mr. Betib^ who was a Iitikdii^jLocc behind, j ar,d put a gun very ne^r hfs head, vv;;i.ch lie j turned aikie vvUli     ltick and H-de fpruard, ' SvoundeU his h6;feA which diO|i[�in^ fjon , ;        : and a wa erman i appienuce both unruf:u--� naely d:ov/neo. 7"utfday, at the adjourned feflions of the peace, held by the Lo^d Mayor a,t ..GuiTd; haii, a coniideiable nuiafcer cfdeiuors were, J./*ji>ts-*r S*j.tm    honoucca.ihe 1 , * 0 4     ^ r       . , .   . . r '   !".-'' u- U i young man was t;red on 3 chart icitivai wi.a then ./elence* upon, which I ,    , � T^ - ^: .       . ,      - ^ �    '    . . ' '  1 tena^irrg to coma;iva dc enable crun^. in t)ccali�>n ineus vi&> a uioe numerous and.f c. n.^K , ^ v / ' 1 r � 1 ^, , r.                               .        ."-I,"  " " r^ui s Cftuccli-yaaji. ^ptf.aftcr. a. long '   l^) le il v^lU a   ,%J 1 Ti r,i ** il*  ^� n V   1 nan- 1,.; ,*.J�-�T"- =a ^e for at- \ a iHonofuion;  nfe-gueiK^p-fbibearho inform them, that he ' 1    1 -^Ve, fee the proHjo^ions- wiiht pearance: of company ton:*** | ^rin&lkt ]ury Weau out, and ^ftirly eve; know ;s as vied at the .Cathedral as^ta 1 &      J   J '        * the Aricinhly-iooui. 1 ae ball w.ti opened the-firliniVht by his { fc       . , , , . ... -       ------& i to MoncJa/the i+hmilant^   , Tueldiy morning au appientice to a Pa� KoyaJ tiiMiini ft> < n= Duke of Yoik, and the returned, when theybroi/gfrt in:^� iield behind hedioiw!-houfe, f;.r a u yger of. jen gtii-% he u-.*s a.ioued an ho^r rf.'fd a half ro dat- it, Luc pcrfomcd it ill alt iiour Watl*twemyi L'vej: U)iiuuesi -      � � 1 ;  ni^hr, l.et\Veen eh en; "a'a-K Iwelv^ dcloLk, Mr. Kiiigi:t, of tolcl ^Ath-rjeli's, "was ; auackeil by ihree ilrcet robbers, onXitxle Saf^-I ftro.i hid, who took .fiOitt liiui his haJ^rwigj Cai:c5 and irt^r fiSeeri Uuhin^s ih moncy^ with wiucn they miCz oil, towards HocJdey 111 rhe \ \ \ Stuiday tatt�Intlia Houie, bc'pt. 16^ 17.55. Ci.unicl: oi i'en.b/o'ke, alier whichJj/sRoys^ H��iUnels tiic Duke of Gl6u*eittfdanccd>.l ^ ,,M;^        & >-T p w L '% -*       i JwhcelwFtelit, quarrelJed ; jv -      " r*-'-   -    .and aeteeato bo into ot: 1 I ^ tha.Stares, without,any previous proportion,' -an4 xy.cn befote the Qfft:es isavebefn vacant j'whichis j*ot only-an in-&IngetBem:;on ihe.t^hcs of his Majefty, bat af&'prejudicial" to many worthy fub1- anu then t.-eF Beiu!u;tne Bal/bt^ah cde Mayor, -K^ot> der, and Aldeimen,� w3hed*6n ihefeiljulj-r^'j ous pe fJnaa"i; the Three Lions^ W.-'ftay^ tneir uiV^tt-,"' and* congra uiaie ^.heyi^on^ tiicii ariivalv wha \�t"rVail yefygT^ioii" Jrfour in the Borough; and a j-urneyman at a public-noufe, ?gfeea"'ro go into ^t; fy^r&z s-tie-u� to "decide'if byl'bawtle ^but they had not been ertga^ed more than hve oiuiuies, before*he ftftibw received an unlucky blow on the left 'tide 6t hi* head, which deprived him or his iucu aniva i "T ^yy^V"^ ftnfe, and being garrted home, heexpiied ietei>ed,add had (he iiortohr ot..ki%^, if^^     . .    .      � 4t H^*Mijefty therefore declares^ tloat in *irt ue ofthe fuiid^merv al 1 aws of t he St ate, tItegFackarfly confides, thac..the States,, con-* fbfctingAhfe26al,, love, and folfichude, with whkth they ate anihiaied for the form of ^s&mSSkit and the Lrbercies refulung ftfecreffpn^V^1 njDt> ln tlieVpref a* hundred, and, two-aieal froin^^ds.. 1 - r    . ,      1 _     c lt- &-      '  - *     ^^ii/>ir^h -naif a liumea, iome ulver, and nib rheefe fdld.   Cattle weic very:dear, "a^ .^>r\Lra. that /eafoftha,diy any bu/eir. "c ' w A   A ha' and L   O   JN  -D --''' "" lr .( Sjuin^a appointed in London and Middle-. �j ^-*Vi*, fex, �: beroie -the  Ki^ht Hon. Chaijes Qn Monday evening Sir G�?r^e Watjgo^i /Xor^Camden^ CnM.Juftice of.hi. Ma-Knt. and.his Lady, came fro .qn i.h�n;lc� � j  - 'jetty* Court of Common Pleas at Welt- J 1 he counuy^.io tijeir haufe ,i.n,,S/. Jaiiiet,'^ j   ^pj,,^ in and after Michaelmas tenn, t   I '     - M1DDI.E5EX. w 5fou will acquaint the Affeinbly of the �Ctergjf at* .Which you prefide, fiom me, ti&tl hav&tomiiW the arrets of rny Par-^(uaen^^E Paris, of the 4th and-.sth in- . iftpi ^;ihd it is moreover my intention to feft to.ttbi)Ottom of che wound.   For this tftilJOic^ IrWiU} have the preceding rembn-JSjmp^    my Clergy, and my. anfwers to ? tijens,rfaid before me. It is my definitive re-, s ft^iKJoif lb tikz fuch meafures as may fectire fwhfclwhe Clergy have conceived refpeftifig ^fMaiioa.9� iny de^rawoaa i�, 1754* itreet. On Monday lafl: tHelip^Geneul.Harvey arrived in'town from reviewing his je'giment. in Ireland. On Saiurday laft Mr..Alderrnan;;A!fbpr. 'atrived at iys houfe in'GreatiMarl^oiougu* : itreet, from yi'fiiing the city eita.es in the north of Iieland.   . We hear that Walter Bowman, Efq> fet out a few days^ago for Leland, being appointed Comptroller of the HoufooJd to his Excellency the Earl of Jj^i.ford,.Lord. "Lieutenant: of 1 hat kingdom:     , . The laft Amitefdam Gazette,- under,the,. hSad London^ Sept.^o, hai ttie following^ article of intelligence, viz. tk The poffcifoia-of Canada Hills have fent to Gen. Conway ^ an account of the capnal due to 'hem, and ^ have received pofitrves alluran(?es, that the^ Duke of Richmond, on his arrival atParis,; .will be charged with entering heartily into: their intereiW i - I London. WeUnefday, iNov. t 1 	Tuefday,   � ,	19 	Friday,	22, 	After Term. *	 ^9.	Satuiday,	I? '"Monday, Nov.'' ir /Thurfday,. Wednesday, ' AfAr TeriT). Friday,  Articles of Intelligence, &v. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of lafi Tuefday. It is did the freedom of this city is foon to -be prefcwed to an iJiuHriou's pcrfoiu^c Lrely arrived fiom abroad. Laft Sunday the Right Hon. the Earl of Bute was near two hours at Court. Advice lus b^eii received at the Ei*ft-lndia �houfe," over  laud,  ihut M-jnr  Monro  Uith" totaJiy routed the army of the* Mdboh, and tlut the Company's affairs in tlut country are in fo ;goodii iauHti'.n, ihit (hey have no. further occahon at utctcnt for any troops from LngUnd. Ccurt of Direfiors of the United*'s C-mpanj of Merchants of England trading if ' the E-tft l"�ttej> do hereby give Kvtice^ Tbat^ pur-Jiumt id *t Kefolutton of tie General Court, held this Vay% the firejeni Ininefi of Four Pounds � per Cer.tnm per Annum, on the faid Company's iiorids, jbitll teafe #nd determine on the lift Day of Ma*\h nzxt \ anit that from and afte'r that Day. t,-e jatd Company*s Bonds are to carry art Jnterefi ajfer. the [Late of Three lonnds per.Ceii-tU'.-i per Annum \ and  the  hrp triors Vvreof are hereby allowed to the i^th Day -of February next tht iujive^ tJ brmg tfe fame U tte Ac ecu nt ant . of the fa id tiv/pany* at tbetr Hcufe trt L^adsnhdll Street, (;t they thh k ft) to he markeil^ m Lrder to ia>"j tte fatd Irttereft of JircePoitndt per Ceh-�m ptr .tnnitm^ jwrn the faid ?iff Day of'Mircb w-xt ancrdinyj) ; and that the Principal and'In* Cerent' tte [aid 31/f of Match next^ on airfycb' Bond} lUji'.tft net be br;ught jyi tc be marked on 'or-be* ore tie fnd z*'tb Dvy'cf February ^ as before-. 7/i?iJito7.c^y jhali Le para off. Kobh-rt James, H E Parriicriliip Qi' John Barnes and Dealer^ in Chc!:irl:tbt dliloivid by mU- tu.-i! - o. !ci-t5 on r:�e 20th InUanr; I J.^I^ve co .kci'uhm my ! i-irjida, aiui the PuMic ln ^ene- -rtl, tint 1 i;a\e c irercd hno^Partjierihip with Mr. Han;io:onv w Dawtb;,, Grocer and Tea ijc.iler. at rbe Yea Chill and Sngar-LoatV in JNc^v ii�[;-S/rrt; wlitie the h ontiiiuai:ce Qf th.-ir CommAiios will h? ^r.itetuJiy acicuoW-Jc;d^e.I,       MicisJtiJiy e\ecuccd, by '   ' Th*:r iiiOit oU'dicnr hiiiiibJeServant, Kezp? ale-Street* (For Pa 1 mer      Self) July 'ii, 176). Sec. bc;nj. backhouse great Demand for Dorflof 'A C AUTION to the Public. THE _ X WAi IvEK s I'atekt Jesuits Droh, hi-vi:lt; �:.LliiCeu tome IVin'i.s co tc!I a vile Cuuiporiiidn ui.d.r  ao.ivc Nam: a,itl Tide ; ciicrcicre ic is proper :o acji'ii:�i rhe public i:= gcncial (:h't each Boiclc f.-.ij'v.i.li Dr. vValkcr's N.imeO They a e the moft pL-Aiam arid inW.ible '*uxe for aU U ealicndlcs, in'both "iCACs occiliofj'u b> Str^i;is, Mercurials, &c. and in ^ II C.aUs oi a ccr-s:;) i)iforJcr, ana la/c no Mercurials To    luii Jt -�ur vV^reijotire, che Klble and Crown, i,c U4>i):r * � l^c-Lanc i-J c:u Old Bail/, in Bodies o: v . ez -i 5. 6 u- eavh, icaled up, with proper Ui* AJ-icc ginngratis hi WfiSSBtS andQo. hnat t'ritaj.   

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