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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 15, 1765, London, Middlesex                                : \j f 5 v . 1 ' A 4%   * '.I T.^BSR 17,^ 17-6?. rice Two-pence Half-penny ^ftfttfM�0Ntt = As a bye. o, �*_^>.       "W    '        J ftaiider I think the a<3: iU'timied, theii* rradi \ HE /Sing."ha*. Wo pl; Vi?l of the Oauter} c hf/eiihtg aiupxed, ti\e fame being a?/fh#*i�|^s ton pTeafed^o j&fent Richard sPeftneck, rMaftef 'Arts, ro Uie'reflbry of Sc. j�hirt)f tidrflydoWiV, in the Borough of South 4vark> ,ih "the ;count� /of Surry and diocefe of flWiichMfcir, vftid bjTthe refrghaddn of Dr. James Tnal,. dip" hit incumbent- �t4R� fcihg SW fc^^fcafcd^to ^rtfttot J&hp afefaftiy $&m**fef Art*,- to. the Vtanfge of ^aslOHarti', i�Alw cotmry of Effex add jfcfr^of^iiondofr? void bjr4thf tfrfi^nation of Oofio* Jam^ Trail* the life Swomlient; Oa'qberij.   This d*y his fix^Heiito^'^the froth rife fiin^rorj ' ^-J^ .^;. -AiidxM. landrlani ""Miiiiftpt from, the Duke vcf: 'WddenVj, r&5id privare Audiences ofF her ^byil^iglttrefs* ttie ^Prln&Is'TDdwHger of /;:Tp^'hich tliey \vere ir/roduced by Stephen ^ttteSi -tSfq; Aififtkiic ilaffcr'of the CeVciuo- !?feTwhi^oiiig ^c^rjaoai;aiii on Siui- ftaruier I think ihe a<$ ill-timed, theii* trader jwfth the Wett Indies beio^ rained/, i^qz&\ prevail jog their iqafcing-\aiid ifjbiintf anyj moi-ep^per currency, enforced fo, xhatyou' cannot conqeive-th^ difraai filiation the provinces $re in for want of money of every \ kind. I wiih myfelf a,nd family with ypu io ; England, as frorp xh� prefenc dHagreeahte = ^kuatiou of affairs, the^' may be too much' reafon to dread-anarchy and codft^fion. WHEREAS.the Hon. ***** of ******* i # + in England, have of late drawp.Into cjuef* lion, iiow fa; the General Alfembly of; rhis 'coldny'hath povi'euo enact iaus for laying taxes and impofiog duties^ payablehy- the people of this, his Majefty's moff ancient "colony $ for/.fe'tclipg" and afcer^aining the fame to all future-times, the Houfe of Burgeffes of this piefent GeneraLAffem- bly have, come to the feyeral following refol prions ^ A/iR&e/^'Thac the Urft aJtJveijturers/ahd feeders-of this his.Majeit^Vpoionyvand_cio* miaionrof Virginia,   Majeity's^ftdij^s-^ fth'^ ihljabuin in ftu* jjis- Maje(lj-s fSfiffny^i^^)pii^A island j|mitnunities that'fi^g^t any tigkP been heldi enjoyed ^ahd /poffefled -by-, the people of GreatV^j;^fAj\ !*'   ::Jir'" ~:n&efdvedi T^t^y %pf%\ .Char- wretches (wham yoij favdureil    with th^ i ff�4*4fefe duiujg^rhe courfe of thfi Hy taicin i    "     ^ .' ( M Sufch ar^tome'of^ihe- precious returns from our indulgent Paremr. for our many /ervrces." L  O  W  D  0~N. At theCo.urx of Gommpn-Council hejd on Tuefday at 0uUdhalI, a motiotr 'w&s made,* by a wonhy Member of the Com-Jtilofl* Council,. that/all the Mefi>h*rs of that Couri fhou'dbe poifelTed of a certain quail- ficaiio^in point of foriua^, "without vvhich they Ihotild nor be (hofen iuto.ih?u body. Af�r fome debaiej ic was refened to. rhe opinion of the Recorder-and Common^Ser-jeam, whether that Court ha4 futficient authority toenaA a law for that piyrpofe. A report from the "Lamp Committee that fum-pence in ihe pound would be futiicient for'lighting theJamp^for the enfui^g^year, w.i;ip h was agreed to. .....vv  .. fte a^\ fot regulating the watch was read and agreed to. �       ieWi4>y*jSuce an innocent fwng hamb% about fourteen yeais of age^ belonging *the Orphan Hodfe'at ' Wandfwonhr*wa|i brought ip'beJ of a fine b^y%  whteh^i^ reckoned a  mpifc furpri2tng phoenoi^endu towa married 1Q by ihe inhabitants; 'A (hojt time (i-.  a.midd!e-agc4 Lady a$ Horjham in-.SuIfex, being much'invojved In debf> was married 10"an aMe-boUiad-young 'fellow, who was capi'atly c^nvitled*'at/the -Jatt a'^e? at lhar- place^ bin repijeVtd for importation before the Judge laft tile the young man wa; his'irons, varrd hii marriage confumma'te^ in the.-&me gaol; but aftei three diys rf-kenoff as'being uneaiy to the LadyV- The Lady. :is now freed* from the Dunsofher Crectitors,   grned, at l^ewjjerry ip QH Suntfc^ was Be; ks, Mr.^fni^ j^fni4n: V ince!nr# to M\U Salljr A petition from Honitonwaa read, fet- i fiudd, eWeftfoughief of Mr. RichafdBudd, o^har 3 ting forth that many of the inhabitants of that town were in great diftrefs* having had a great fire, which had deftioyed a great part of that town, which was ordered to'tey orfth^ table. a principal and eminent tradefman of thitt place. On Sunday died at Hampton, in an advanced age,- Jafper. Meredith, �fq:* who ters Goloni r A report ffotp thf BfidgV Cs&ugljtee, WPflLi .vnac- it r^at JParliamept had granted .7 000 Lab-he Ftrit  the f wards compieaiing ifce bridge, which the iriy years'Tabfe Decjcer at th'eRofal irHampton-court. . J  ranted by .^ing James ihe Ft�'it, the J wares completing, me Druige, wni ills afofeiai'd aie dfeclafeil eotiUed to, t Chambeijain was ordered to receive. King Hon .upon formerly' He fined On! ers aiiprivileges ofcfaiihful lie^e and natural born fubjefts, to all i6^ntsvatfd purpofe?,1 a^f^hey had'l^^idiiigaad bbfa*w.ithln I agreed to, A bill for regulating the company Of Ciockmakers was i.ekd a .tliird finie^ - -b P^^f�r^ot\CiiitlaiirVT^ the'Jate fcuope* j 0  ^ .fc K R U P .T.       ' *   ri ft K R U P .T. -jlwipast Afliharft Matlane, of Lirjie-ftreer, London, Merchant, at Gtu3cUiaJl,\0 d. ficond time, andtbe blanks ordered ro be filled up. -Several pe it ions .from rfre'Cfry^T^Ttts were read, which were 'feferred'to the Committee of City'Larid3� The Right H was man Pa lace-at On   Sunday  died/ at T-hanieij, 'I'honias Skinner,"Efij; a Warehoiifeman in Cheaplide. for Sheriff of tliis ci;y aBouc four yeari'agtJ. Oh'l^on^ay j^it di^dj  in the Londutr H6^prta\tV;fQn;of. Mrv -Eattlarfd; Caf-t f^crtJn.J^^o^^^ SjfliQpfgate- twelve years of age, occa-* ^ lioned J^y., a i?U frotUc.a horfe- about ihi'ee weeX*. ago. in the Cuna-in, Shoredrtch, by , whichOccident he broke lu's arm, and fiat-! tur^d.his Ikull. ' M'r, iaitland was-fo muth (affe^ied. wuhjiis fan's.-juibfortuoe,- that he* ' d^d jTM^afre^tv#fcfe. ? - ' ' "On.FM^lay.eyonift^.Mf.9Ikvid WitTram^ jPerukeTUi^ker taii.Ou-cdfditch, dropt dowi{-i'dead in a fi^.^.a^plexy, leaving beh.in'd i eprefentauve^jagagit^ 4t6v>onlytea?fafi>e waters'of^Landeck have hepn fo' I,  faiuiaFy to his PrdlfiaQ'TVfaj^ily, that, af- on, the LdrdCJjincell^f has j appointed Monday nextV^e^i>lt^oft^h^Lp {hold theOrft-Seal biefore MidftrfpaS-Teiin; (?at his LordfhipJs feat, at fhe 'Grange In tflarnpfhire.    The Rev. Dr. Barnard, He^d Mafter of Eton fichool, will fuceeed the lat:e pr^Slee|:h' ias Provott of �fon College i and me J^fey^ ] { \h4pt&v pighta-iieaier in Horfes Wn^d ^ W^litiz&k-^ings*epr Otfp^-maiket Maffefs� .^Ut'be^ppoint^d |\Jfej&Jkti \p-J�ve- Idit ^(?6nfidefat)re \\xti}[ the fciiooL ! him au'ife an^efe^efrchildres, wholly un ! provided'for. ^   * - x .   ^ . - a^theftigh he could nbt4 wnho^t pain itefcend on'i^oU .tlfifrnaountain^.in tbe povtrqns of this place, fie \vas abie-at tlte"4ild *ot tWWty-ope ^y^.i^^time be ;i^@fe^w^tef^'to' fun over tbein with--.-| eat help thaa the General Auembiy a forefault i$ legal; unconiliiuuoBal, and unjult* and has a marrifeit tendency to deitroy ^i^ilhi �ts well a$ Aoiisrican. freedom. 'xtbfiei$ Sfjft.* v^f. Afcotdiiip ;.to letters jPoiht&^dta, the'Sicilian Ottip^r and.his ^dy^togerter \yith Uu^q othe^pftlTeogers, tffi|^^i^ftj^4        ^om/on.hoard ai going Irdm Palermo to Mef- fina^'.haYe^^^ayil^rty at th&re^ueft rxl^uili' -Ft^nch Cbnfnl at Tunis, whither ed-  h is added, .that ihe they^are cop " uc ^tHc^Wair ,harh been ar- * r^JM*l^*CK^^e ^'e^r Paffcmant, to the � vKm of f lie Rev. JMr. Pihdcney, to 'the- VS'cai^gle' 'Ed-taopion, :    * His Majefty h?s beeir pkafed.ro appoint William Hughe^ Eftfc to be Captaia'oi-a-fcompany in the j^d regirtent offod^cpip- ] manded bj^ General To$yhyiJti~t& ^f CapC. Shuck jat Maidenhead races. ? Tuefdaya man was cotsttnjrted^o New-jgate by�the Might -Hon, 1 he L*ord- IVTayor, ^charged on-oath wnh'ftealing out of the Varehouferof the Black Bull irm in Bithopf-gate-ltteet, - twenty-eight; doer(htiags.j/4U  and.rfut-the (Vinecharigp will-be pioiiudtivc* of nutiy other' iiheratifnn^ nor oiily in fBwt^ 'hut ita orher cfer^rrments. . *�e-Maiifibn';HDiife be^ng, tp lie vrejttixsd.and. beaotzffir), ^'ATderifieu ^ Nelfpn will keep his 1 ^Maybr^l^f� G?occr*fc Wall. WhieirrdS'OovernM 4iffft!vedrfti� - and fcadihfi* ns your ^jici^^eacte^ tContains an hiltory in mirjiatttte ^the^i \ hapmdice- ^ favG B-OMt yotrf^2^^ 4* r tntne. -.       j -Arfofetgner at the Wtfft'ead.of ti^Iown has ftt^fied^and' fi)ii^&d; ina^tUj.^^LJ ^Extraa of aUturfromVtnice ^ dated Settle ^ndelegant manner, a IVabil^ece or work* j : 1 :       t       V r  , * inanihipr which is much admired.   It is*        -    * " ' J like a m^daj, and foL&evVhat bioa4et\thar> a croy/n piece. His prefent Majelt-y is fepie,-; J^nte^ on oqe^nd-hislatejMajcity.oa 'Qihef   ai>3 die la�erv parwe^rty, is^l ;retum torPurl^^^rrtfecutioii of rhofe Views eaeemed by the^OftnOtfftdrs foUi;4 veryJ j^vtiifch'fcrftt^kftmok piking IHcenefs,   It openai Uke* a^}oar,-and 1 ' ^ - - ^^^^             ' ' ' cc In rne'I^araretto is Mr, Montaciis from Turky.   He^ porppf^ to^nakc a vt,ry here, and is going to fiime co traniadt he intends to ftiOrt iUy e ^me^ftlt dfere'c' afteri which and it- gin and progrefy.of ihe-l^ie y&ty,&�>m i*i Let j?he -Ri�?r Baikal ver cora^enjjfto\fot Jto.- the treaty.-6f p^crWw; a7^Ji.and alfo ripreientatiotos bf all.-ihq French fa36ry eftabliftiki lait ycar tta the-bdok^' 3d>eria, on tfcconntadf ffcgp&^vkd battles of (heEneiilb, both'byf; thc*fur-r�de, ii4S been, brok? np; ^be Cbmpa* iiy Ifaviog loft by thi� pro|e^ upwardjof oflf hundred thou�uid rix-doilars.   

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