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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 8, 1765, London, Middlesex                                > .1 -I- 7^? . a. .'i *tny 4, here fervantand brother t its 43 pew anil i hfe Imager �n^cfs*  themfelves ru'med, �h as Madame, the DoichiB of $pu- flere, who was born at ^witraOTBncy,: and] inoculated in  t he year t by the,ceiebra-� ted M. GattL his unfortunately, \>een taVenJ ill'of .tbi*temper a 'fecM tjrJiei #ne> cortVerfatioh bl. ali*l*aris" istakeaup with this event. is event. , l d j      L j Paris,       'jo.  Theindeterbiination of T^I'J^lfSS: the Clergy jwith regard-to the Free Gift, induced the King to order 'tfiefch tbgive, m fart heft, a Drecife anifw ours^s mwtt*$� he weighing^14 ftbne feid the abave rider hafs carried offplore t i6ol..by1hewinghimfeifahd hw^BlacIt Great bets %ere depending upon a\ ftag thar^'as toraed out andiiunted^n'M^bd^y *^-a genrleman's beagles at Brentfor^; ft ^IffwrdSd excellent fpo^t, and-uaf^er running fatl forty miles, yttas fairly putted down by the~Beagle$,f though, ai the e^pence of two of Uieir^ Jives, It was thirty pounds to twenty at itaning, the jlag againft (he hmrods. : - " On Saturday laft tHe greateft 1iail ftor accompanied with ihunder, fell at Wool* wjdv and that neighbourhood, that has been known in ihe memory of man, whicn didxonftderdble damage. rf0 Tuefday was held a Court of Alderpita at Quildliail, :when Mr. John Toveyj_. , tended, and gave in rbe narpei of fix fecu?n fit res fur iheqfBqe offidget ma Iter. ; ' At ih)9rJkii1e' ticje Mt. George, ^kde, nephew to t^e late Mr* SavUlei wa�admitted law the office of Clerk of the i^per^io the Potthrv-compter, in thQ^tootii of Mr. V 1 Nafl^tTfipgeiu aud NaiTaii Saarbruck. lie ^Ul^>nd, States of Muottcs ha iujed ^ difinantle. the foTtre&. of* fi^uar littfe ylaoet in i*at- BUboprkk. l4rd Ctemberlom'j Offtt3   fwrear 1 ^ �td^words add bockki. Oifc        'Thomas Clarice, of rtht town of Nortft�|�pton, .iirf � the ^cobnty 6fV Hbrrhamp-"; I fiboe.iBalter. ar the Angel mn'in Nor *. A letter from Brunfiwick, of the 17th paft,"fay>, that 4heaerfiditary Prince is not eitpedied Vtq.return there from; London hill nexr this con- forilwopld iye-ih at Londoru Utters from Peterfturgh  xchdtttctie% on account of i he de the .*iatt i^erpr. iHa^ tfj dear daughters, J te.^^^W,ca>�niity is � th heiahi^ ftm haV^lplft a mftit. wcomparabl alii&B^m^m^ nam*** mkfernihes I hare fuffered within thefeay mi lift paft> WereI6ftened by ,*h�s mon; that ^othinf bur liW -pje^and , " ttear chUdten. canr fialcfe life fup- ii^iehV; during its'continuance, ^ fpent in aQs bf^devtotion.  Pray,; for r ^ooil'aVid* worth* maft�r. I give 56a OTnclSedi&tween the courts of JRiitruK^n^ Great Bntain, gives great fatisfa&m 1 as.it will prove of confidcrable adva to the trade'of both/hations. An Embartador Extraordinary is foon ex-pec^ed here from WarlaW, where fome im-. portant inegotiation^ are faid to be on the carpit,' lot fup"portmg the polittcai"baiance Europe. Monday night Dr. Hay, one of the Lords: of the Admiralty, arrived at his houfe in.the Admiralty Tuefday the "Bon, General Freitag, who: behaved: with Jreat repotation in the. late wars, and has been "fame time iq Englahdy feroutfrorryiishoufein; Pall-TS^iII, dn^hCs return to Hanover. '      r^ ^Tbey* Write-from^ttes*; that the. celebrated Mr. J0U0 i*m� aouffeau detigns and fome think isinder of his Innes, of iBalveny, Barr, aged th�d Mr.^Herbert in" Tee-ftVeef; fqti ^Builder, Monday died,, at his houfe an advanced age/ Henry Co Ef ne and Mr. Vereth^Ba hi^houfe in Devonfljire-ftreet, to,be* depo- at Weft-Hain; in Effex, iht buryiqg- '4$ the-facoily*  He was a Mntlemah fpeedHy to vifit � unable ] he intends to fpend the i^it& Sways'be your goorf   tbfie from AmAerM days here. .        ; \ .   , The * Britilh' Kitig, PtgouriS arrived her triodrihg^at Woblwfcli,   -The Lapwing Indtaman w^not arrii Tftt #ame Joaaaa^ Albert Bakker, fi Amfterdam^tor'Smyrna, went afbore;dh Saturdiy^ l^^oui "four in 'tbk;fam*& about a cleagpe;b jhe- wrtw^; of loghe; the Jhip will be totally loft^ and the cargo will IwlaVed, thbT*if h every t# binder water. ^ They write from Plymouth, thae the Sea norfe, a Dutch man of war, arr . has a confidcrable 1 ' "f oolite Xearningf and had great knowledge i m. iiis prbfeffibn; but, 'from a di"m%nce of 1 his own abilities, his real merits were; belt known to his intimate fviends. " Tuefday letters came 10 London from the Rev. Dr. Taylorr^L. L. D." and Emanuel Hjtltbn, Efq-, Juiticesof the.iJeace for the county of Derby, and alfo from the Keeper of Derby gaol, acquainting Mr. Akerman that William Eehnei and James Hardy, _ "* " lately broke bur of Newgate, were retaken,  and committed to Derby gaol, together jwlth William Hardy, brother to James, /ho was. concerned with them in feveral i robberies j Bennet was taken in a wood f'caJJ^CrickrChace,, and the two Hardys the .next day.  The reraking of theie offenders was in confeqitence of the early notice given of 1 heir'escape; by the hand-bills asd^v.er-tifemeats fo'diligentiV -and fpeedfly circu- lated. ., , . ' We are well thformed there are now m  MA RIA T H L m �. & A." Sue foflbwing isa copy of the letter fiwt be Archdutcbeffe^ Pardoia M ilii;fam*bwafib filed ifters, dreadful Harmsdi^tndreover, with aU the difpo-fitions to"be taken,^1 addtefs you ^aU at We fhate'iuilr"endured the moft ul ^bke"webtttd ever have befallen oft tender of ia quantity of guripbwder, cannon*balls# cbr-dagei andiait-clbth. on boards intended as a prefent to the fisofperor of Morbcco;" Laft Friday a jt.. _ .       " off. Dunfckjc in a hard gale, of wmdi  The ctew, confining of five men and a boy, all Mondayfeveral ^hampers of French clgf� duftripus once frm�afcd from-Scotland in one orrht at a ntiblid houfe/ and got i npjra'' w^on, to the wa^ j on, by..the badfe. "ffae-boy failingafleep, fome villain took .'the opportunity 10 cut the b'iile of his hot fe, and carried bqjh horfe and. mail off: Tiie cloak-bag" is kept, but the hoife was tamed loofe m�tne road. On Sunday evening, about fix o'clock, Mr. Saunders, Taylor, in I^ong-Acre, was ppedhya tingle highwayman ftear the h:een mile-ftdne on the AyleKbury road1 and robbed of t\yo guineaapd>an.hAlf, and 4\*ati:LEsVlwTe:tLtGHi*cB, &C. from '\fp�Postscript? .if ail the Evening Tuefday -I S0 give dsftft finifhing blow." We hear froth B xn D Qiire, that laft week anem*Stdimry diipure arpfe betweea two Gentlemen   occafion. A few days fincej a very agreeable yophg lady near Wifbichj of a confiderable fortune, and an only dafighter, eloped with the elation of .an eminent CIqrhi?r of Hoflton in Bevonflure, Tis imagined they arc gpite for Edingburgb to be married. A few dstys ago died, the Rev. Dr. Edwani Trott,  Vkar of Chippiogham AVytjombe^ Budcitighamfliirei, liaft wedc difcd* *t Birmii^lumj Mr.Everf-man, Organift of �heNe\V Church hjthat towiu JEME'N of the Wo j ft of?MKRc4*V Lapdon. ^erce^feiL Xonuoa. Oft thW,? toii^^ets ceafing CatherrneV itkiaid tnanyhundtedbbzenl of French wines are frequently imported by JBow the head I this method from the North, and-fold at a -Let w pray low rate to Vintners, 8cc. \Ve are infprmed the �arl (with whom hi ftcent cloaths; and dlhe't nd never worn) todejivei And thus thefi as th?J> ever' attached ip -*he oaly-happinefs ......_ your. augUji .ixjother. HerprefffvaMbn.is myl only care in t be pre-ft�t dreadfut^nKSfeenta, - If all the inend- IberoOTedi hbuftiie islmtlding EaelofSheiburne, for the fum of 22,0001, as it now is, bnly it-ia i,o This fum i* ftuipofe'd to be ftup-oJ&*Jwother,.^jwh6,cannpt now offer it, '   " "*it long ago,- appear to X /hall you, as you you of any fervice, command me comforted I joocul.. lefcthan the fir it-cfeft On Saturday laft went from the fc in Holbor^, ^faraous.Black Tom jider, wlib rode from Ybrk.4bLq them up as faiisfaclion. Pars*Nbbiltls Fratrum, roh Pe'.er Jb^vay Paul; but w e hope j he public willy from 1 hvs intelligence,'beguarde'4againltall im-poftors, and not give credit to^rp. "without recommendation or good,fejcu�jr^ ^6h^Sy Hit>ht the 'crofs-ppft  >nd tttimA*ag$ tbt M Z   i boy, in-;that 'rematkfbte Tttfi^er got off bii hoffe ,h^on .HwinUi IFMdJnto the Piit&gkf, ft tier*offa*tontpaq, at'thtirOjft inpv&r fhtfldd Coinp 1       "' Cawke, Ci � *   

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