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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 3, 1765, London, Middlesex                                7 -sssrjjw's^ L     ^ ^ tf1 -1 Ml ^7 *.* 'k-3^*^ ^ r -saw? 1 �.... ^J^tfJ^- 13 f      * Ndmb. 1:9 i 4 4 � 4 [Price Two-pence Half-p r,*>y - r    -J  1- >� * �$fenf  ftrucVddwrfc. "*�h'a Tuefday evenr *ing the brig Charlotte, Capt.Ctmie* Amory* arrived at place inr zt day* fton* MomO ^   He  in- that there Is fcarce * fort*~ buY * firft tpifch&fr a? ffl to dnd that ninefarrived hahd- in port.  Thai the aH�;Jfcmihgo hadfcn i*l-ihfrl inhabitsu at ihfe Mdunt with the Eog North Briton wJio atprlefent'iveay* - Wcdncftlay: tnoromg tbe^v. Kir* Whtt-; , fidd fei otfr for -BwlH ftt^tieh^:'4Wt-^-'t!#ilglfc.erm|tted to carry off a fingb h in the hazard of v ^hirchurchi t% of Beatley tune of 8oco 1. thurfday Charles Chefter, 5% ,of Bra-^ to* -i*re�. was married at Sk^Oeorte/|* and.c good, prize by the [church, Hanover-fquare, toMtfsLeggft cajctfd. . The rlame ftrkftnefe Sec Wesraefitay evening, jth'tiifaivrived he/e the Huffartranfpori� with the Captains Addifon and Alcoek,. ef the Right-Hon, thenar! Partmowh. r 9~ -r ago an authentic certificate p$ | hjrtold lagonifts, that as he l^a^tfer'iWoTdfinah than- any of th would provide other wea-which t key ohjefted to, and: fie drf> atir alt4srnatfly� breaking each ord* the hilftof SyHich.hftgave ho happened to conle up �- siS6hc|ttJfion of tfee affaif. The oundedr in "jte tich he" chofe 10 receive (as he lly well with .the other hand} take away the. life of one of th� S. T6fefbravektdzmbt o$*& lt>MKAaerica,  He was acauisdlaf �ow� antasifliAs, to whfeb 1 courage � ler*e .uig: and Country,, but as -tfaMi ikai at?- tic*edr.him openly, h�, dn JI ^tfoald' take no father notice of ir, and 2* he M/*scbhrpeUfcd to accept oord, ftditiou,., and .'&^llibny reigni and thefi- ftt^Sh, &ce?\ r It is Rrontfy rqxlfrei, that tb? FrencR Minlflry h*vtf rcfolved ttf atteli|ir a^J the rent orders, df Moiiks. througn^Uc. France^ and to leave the Laity to the'Wt Ttf      feebfef Priefls, m their own C0J^aJc&Mfc&~ tfi* la^dsbe^i^g to tfte G6&m wittfe r#i:0v,au^bn. for the IpuUic, benelJ^ and fcijat tart, etder'.'Monks wili be penfsoned, ,and; the volfljger abftrived from- their TOmr and feat to peppie the Preach- Colonies* By advices' froffl- Cadfzj we leart,ihat from tte *2 ofSej�t, 1754,,^ the ift or* ^ear. i76 fco�*fhip!s f a v. with, tfonl pa<6gft j  A fgw ^ys^ fine*' k  the- -To - v. to *e,;i. was iiai fitter to the a, and Abbeft of t^i'Pro^^aflt nunnery at Qjied lingburghy went 'frooi-thence,, to the &> f his age, �    � Monday died tt ChcF^ford, to Joaaj hao J?acker, i% orHarwiclfc f httrfday   . _ Johnson,, Mafter, run down between- Greenwich and Depiferd, by an �tward-bound Metchan t lhip, by w h ich. M after Tuifday diediat 'Wymty vj*[^ fon, hich ^turned to Berhn on the the Bight- ":Han. the JUprd* ___*k\t an eleganventenainment at the M^oft^hbufe to iht tord-Mayor elecr, ^^^^ dttd to the Mafter, Wardens, rn$3$-Ai^iiti of the Grticers a Mem- Anthony Abdy.^iVn. iMfc jrears      age near twenty fell overboard; and was %i^ay jSitftning, aiGedrge BrifterScld, Efgj of Oxfordihire^ was coining to town^ *trtc|ccd an �hofover-hi]*, neat Oxford, by a fingi?- hi^iwayman, -tveJJ mounted oft a forrel t Riding, aiid^a cl-ape over Ilk face> who mbbeiT ^ iiim ttf fcis rntch^ 4. gtiineas, ahd fomd^iUve^i" ;and rhien clappicg ipurs ta his horfe, mdt'68: fyll g^Jio^fOMta^i^cfordi He was ^niid he fhnnld be rdo%ttf'for fome Co&gany he      fcr,nirtr� ------ ' Tueiclijr night abopt eight o'clbcic, as Mt'J Felroii, of ClerkenxyeJJ> [wzs returning front Hagbguo,: inconi|2any wirhanorher gepdemkij, ttey were attacked  between JioJloivay and Iflhigton,  by two' footpads, with  cutlafles-who robbed Mr. Fehon of his h^i^ and } s. aiid ^ooJffrom the other genrfernau^ a Alver tobacco- Tjo*;- taf 1 'rgwuety M\d %jL.in fiJrer, ajid then node .off towards HoJiow^/; Wednefcay moraiog olid,, of*confiuiip-tion, Mr. Ar^iinK h, nUoco-drap�rr; fn RufleUftreet, JCo^ent-Gardeh ^IflWednefday evening a -BMHhToatruJg ^ wooden ftump with'a hook to it initead 6f a^hafid, was dejededjn pickiii pocket of a-handkerctrief; but made foeh ule of his & ump as favoured sfcape. few days five young lads On- Wadnrfdiy tiled,#f>�f�f s aee. at. Hampton, tn MJddk|esr# -Bp*' ViZK^J^ fifoi whdr*adbwn>*ii ha^e been conimmfd to fetJarate* prrfons from i he Pubiic Office in othe C3enilemeo;i - of ttiie County GlNTL b ms�i, � # the KitfgVArms the Du^ce of Kicfa _jond, l^^i^fifowJ. ^ Secretaries of ^aieK^^i^#othcrperfons of diftinc* days the Right Hon. the Cou&- eleyi- Lady Geor^ina, and Lady le?. are to fet out for Buis to pttt of the UVtri* &r the for-.V�xceilen�y the toM Lieuie* iPW ordered to bdinade- id lerxsi Marlborojigh^Ml^fca. Anne s ^ars. life, at ^r^W^t mm*  field, Mr, juston, Shoe-makeir latged wii tn&*tiaBh *f Jthe evephigs *S 1'. t*� parits ofrlhe^io flockrngv hao4k�rc,hie^ raltrhftttnt- cafts rootn erf tny:txte Father y I tMary iarge^tj who.M acquired near jool. by fcayiog for a peony. TThey write from Biftno>flburgh, that oa ^ejra if ^ � TOirfdayA..^: afftrrtd W 4* r^- �e-z-'i of lr> t the t jth paft �a toWfJg ts\ revery a. Lord hand on being creaiedaa J� burabit Board 1 - 1 Nauen. a town a imau uuuutvc u which i^ddced a confiderabie number, of himliJan4t>iiie/bwidifl� to aihw.     / About tea o'clock on wedneiday night, a fire was diftovcred i� the uurfery^; by jhe ma^Si^^^y �Pftairfiat the hq^e of a eewieman in Caieaton-ltrept, by whicft th| mtif'mi aiacmed,fo��d thrown "Miiifflryi':that;"i�'extraordinary -iitpplies wiJB be railed fixr the next year's ferviec. .   - Clt"�Xaidj' that fatiifiaibir will foon-be de-^__" Vhe ^itjrt of Madrid for the lofs of.tb� Fri^^up,* Capt. Morgan,-of Jamaica, which %vasjin> by -� Spaiuflj-guarda cofta j the above havine b�A at the time of a^ion W.tau.. .T.v liions ui ^ Prirate^letfeft^frtoi Holland, adyift,  ft of ^iailic*,weariedbftc \vith the nendu of rpaiiitai r   * * T   ^ ;e ofvBri in which r   � + vater. has ames Hal- c three 4   * foaed out fciiif affiitabfic %     1 ISteiy vacated by Ptfaan. ton |vyjW^araer, M. A': Morning predated the flames'fpreading any, f^tfeer "ban ^irilal; the bed and if aitwey aod d^fiakuik 'tde wainfcoat and flooring *of the^S  It is laid.this T**W^ leading a candle: bttr,djng tion;of #^e**�ft to ^united Bifliopricks of Down ajid "    IhlreJand. . . xceli^cy^h mote c Ti�^*Jk *^ ,* wo o/clt# tera?oont .wor \r 4 broke a cpr^ofBinces-Afeei, which., cw�fHm#lJ adjoJipingflp"^- But to and the XmazOn* in ^anerica,' have lately _4^prqpofias' for ceding it to the-Sraf e's Gpi* Ml'A is COHti^uoos to thV Dutch fertlemeiiw "    _   j and contains an extent' of one hundred iid twenty Ftendh leagues. fh�y write fromArnflerdani, that anprder has 1>een received to buy np 6yo peices'of iron o^dnai*, and *ood tons of cordage, tp be fhipt for the ufc of Oie French ajfenals at Brett* Roch- fiwrc and Tbujou. ^ ' .    ;        � , iThe^PopeVbrUf of the 7th of Jan. lad an r_____;     th� Jeftiits, is fuppriffed by Roj�l ieVters patfiit througnont the dominions of IVor- tu$al J &tiJtot Attorii�y-Qcn�*!a ofthaUmg- ifcto iad'-dflivtrcd ir as bjs opiiv; * /.J�;!fhajj; it' was not unpn�bk '.' Eaft-lndfa Houie, Sept.'id rti t Court of Dii-etlQTi of (be t!mt& Company of Merchants of England tradings tbe'Efrft Indies^do hereby gift Notm,,!0>at, ipur- fitam t� a Bjtfalift'ton- of the General Court, held this Day,:the-pefent Interefi of J*wr poujids per Centum per Annum, otilbe'fa/4 ComMuft TBondt, Jball ceafe arid determinem-ib*$\jl of. March next 9 and that 'from -and after thai Day, the /aid Company's 'Bonds are ta. ectdad, on ^fa^of the-Holy FathfcAleitheier= '   ^      ' "         V 0* ahy cogurtmces *'   "jepnted trUk ituwii *aaaife>tly This Day were ~pub8pd< Price as. 6 d. boand m P*^. TheSiqohd Ko*rt9*if     � REFLECTIONS on D^ATE By WILLIAM  DO DD, M. A. PrebciriMt �naa�aplatn to Qrdtoirj to Msgefty. It b�*�itt�l MU^.Men �M< �Twr Uto the WssBt**-,. ^2^5*'*'^     .   

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