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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 17, 1765, London, Middlesex                                f   . 1 �  Niimb. 5921 p t Airr ATI OTJ N� WS. /yw� f** DoMimcA Gazett b. timimta, Aug ;a tnofKvioIcfir (loroi of wind *nd rajn, ao ' T&uOder, here., Th$ abd�t.fi* rhe;m�rn- " AM w^reai theffr or otlfcr riotef*idi(d# oiii the fame aight, attatk the dwdling'houfe of the H  gdfcbwfoii, **" * Lteutenanc-Govettior of the fa.id prj�?i��i vd tteftroy the'^fiainfcot^ leaving the hou$e-" a mere ftiell from top to bottom^ 4t$ff�i' all the furdtiiiriej deftroy or carrjj^PfU th#. apparel, jewels, books, and papers: of hi* Honoyf aid $rarily, drink, tak**way**V deftroy eighjtfnjpjBS/and three quarter (Sfics of woe* ami aft jprovifiojos aodlftoref of what kind fbetfcr in his cellars, and ( Afl account ts received from Ltfton tteea meat 4M|> of Mr. John Stems, li# Merchant (here. ; |*ft week died ai Bath, Lady Chappie, Vfifcw of (he late. Sir William Chappie-, the Judges of the Court of KingV Wed at his houfe in I very of Ne�-ga e, portal ion fur (even years, one was ied in the.hand, and thirteen difcharged oclamauon. 1e fetiioa of the peace was adjourned WedrifiTday next at GuiidliaiU and tbs fcflion of oyer and terminer and gaol tteii- chad its,  aged 75,  Bartholomew >t, fifq; formerly one of the Infpec- of the Cuftoms in the Port of Lon* until Wednefday th* the Old Bailvr :beA- t^ic1a*tf from1 **S*Nfh -V- -r- -the fpace cf tea mina^; d^##ery *d&I inihe a^:att:^-:i^;'|p$|^^^ 6* ca�timfcd J about      1. Ceding in money, t%�her with all his Honour'*, plate, pilw^$>$ joying every thing in the faid> houfe"** what;fciad $>everi . � HiijB�en�ncy Jjroraifes a reward cf ioo I (for ^he, rco��ry.    ihe leader hurfiday at his 'script$ of all the Evening iaft Thurfday. thai the Prince aftd Princds 6? Marybo fuppiied leaders of that he of: they reward of' coo J. for the latties SWmbew- of feoplf gained thei^tttaiii, *fd rm to tte �en   S 6ny, with wine during the late-war, m ji&icb Occupation he acquired a fortune of Qn Mdnday died, at her houfe in Suf* \k Tlace, Southwark, Mar&aret �vans, ^c^nired a fortune of upwards of 400 by gathering &npie$ for the Apo- 1 ihe money was found lied up in tieuftto Tte fiorm c6ntinued 'till hear twdve ^rs parts of her bedchamber foDowed the bufiaefe upward of 1� iftgoeJ^ when the fomh Weft, and      to ahat the darknefs tWiich hadTa�Eet^ie;/and then was difc*vfifed the nie^nchply''inatfe o/.|i> fav. What damage rfui dwadfti! fiprm^ias oecafioned ia fee, country, we haye as yec had jjo fuJl account of j though nuihbpps are known cd have JoS'tlwir cr<4�s ofcac^i toffee, and mvifionfi, as well asibeir dwejll^g and out-ficatfbty Sec. Wh^t: has more - ifafifc^ttatelf  y will honotcrtJife city with their pre* frcce at Guildhall next Lord Mayor's Day!    v A bill ibr the better regulation of Btv&e'rt} Poulterers^ and Bakers, iu this mecrbpoKs^ .ii is faid, \vUl be broagbt into the Hobfe of Cbm� M. file.igffri, Go\-ernor of Vitettc^ fiejt Auejjt* and has Jeft an mimenfi^lbrrane^ro di tic rent *Abb*ys ot Slvily.   ttaviiig, as he H*yi: in his will, |je* aJBiJils riches by the churctt^ he thought Himfelf thrrefbre obliged to let rhem morn tiUflier. it Scpttmk 1 firft ces^fA been RiH more fatal; as, atioxt 4lif Charlotte-Town and Roaeau, not one 4mrie��d^d have been left Handing, and, per-haps,      Uvea faved ; but to.hitu who rides ' d and dire&s the ftorm, we o%ve 1 and to him aloue let us re- B(a. the.Brig Sac- meeting of xhQ Frccha[d^^^ othei^ inhabitants of tho town " on .^yeiaay.      a7 th of'AUgvft* t The town having an utter ^cft*^1*: the*exuaordinary and. violent; of a number-of pe/fons unknowp,i.'MCtOl fame of the inhabitants pf the famet^ai n ight, it w^s, votgd unani atoufly> * Tiu  wr$ (fa-rand fop) pulling (to*H"ibm*-*�d h*>u- , 4tJake's J?Jacef near 'Aldgaif, found aa �iehSpaniih lilver con* asihtfrlbld     t; L aud upwards. tt, t tai^id the Waggoner kiBectat HigHgate iodtjol. in his poclcer, befid* a watch, -which was muchbruifed. Qa Monday Langieyand Everett, two i&rferpen, who had for"'fome time bo�* animofiiy jo each other,oft accost of their cohabitiiig whh $ lewd woman, went oh board a barae below Cbefrfey Dr.   Qarti,   Co the London, where ih^ ft'ugh and drowned. 1 iped, board. re out againit him. faidthat ihe Officer flogged a! gave tlie order for hu 'being whipped, and was turn our thanks, cell  U ^at Court for the firlt time fioce her gaolj 5000 K bail having, been refufed, ic being laid the Jury have brought in their verdift Wilful Murder. Tucfday. nighr talk a ftreet robber having been ftopped by a Pawnbioker in Houndf-ditcb, in confequence of an advenifement from Su Juhn Fielding, on his offering a gold ftop-watch forfaie, was conduced by the Pawnbroker, his neighbours and a Con-ftable, to the above vJtfa^raie's office, ^here* on his guard getting out of a coach they were tano^stiag fiflgUQ) catne aga&*bey would fight rhem at the�- Mfure ; that a 5paaiih 70 gun ihip, 'acitdf �lJaii -W Old Spain, had her main mait fiwck W listening, which killed iz snen, ' and that the jGupe clap iiilcd _ OttCw^owOp^Otite windojrV, and favoured by the"duflc qf rhe evening, ear off. and has net, as yet, been ra- Thurfcfciy fet out for Irel�d, the^ Rigi Fortefcue, JEfq; Poll ken Hon. General of that kingdoou Thurfday pight at duflt, Mr. Pennington, eller, in the BoKmgh, coming over *was robbed of-his �na one audjtojEinded.;3 \ foor triars who were ringing the The latter end of Jafy they hid 4 violent �ale of wind, but did little da- arches. A Tr*d#m  The uromdetors. \vbo are fctatlemeaef for >pttetor�, apd of public Jpitk, have Hon. Lord Camd^, painted by\Mr. 3vas put up in the Towa-h^U at Bath, at tbeexpince of tbeeorporation. On Wednesday evening the Tripoline Embafiador arrived at his houfe in hill- ftreet, from Fortfmouth j and next day he hi* arrival to the Secretaries of State. Right   &* George's 'Fields, We tioar that Sir Bdward Hewke fllicfc trial of it, and find ugodd.  The/are frpbgng a large pig fornace immediately tofc filing will come to thi an a anffhe ne^libooriog eotoiues. pointed'a Vice-Admiral oi the.Bfirifli aeet, an(l -i- Knowles, Elqj Rear-Admiral, and will ihorily be created a Baronet. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint L ON D ON. U )S*i&      the chief ob 4f&Bills, is theappoint- ibkjfetttfs wlJfentbey are to be paid, Efqj t^ be a Maj foot com manded- tetnn&Jwm\*& �� prolpngihe time tlKh*M*m,.it wouia befigfim w�tbefore all the payments could be com-' ^Kroctamatioa was puWiflied at Bof-tMf in New England, by lj� .Sfcellency on the i8thof Augult ag�crnor. Bera^i Wfc purportiag. Whereas, towards, the ilii] of __ ..^t �?mber of pe^lo unlawf|�Uy atieni-Sed wgethe* ta^heztp^wn c^Bpto, arm d Vlthe&bs, ftaves, Sec. ^nd^idfirft of aU atory, attack the dw�liiog.houfe of WUiiai DepuVy ilegiaer-of the" Qcwt of Ad-MlraJy within that province, break his wm*6�% and enter .his iaid iwufe, and the ^jfo*1jejwn the books and files helonging *o-*he-feid ?o�ft were JNgedi and did fcafc W, bum or deftroy the* fame- and caoft ot papers, &c did deftroy After wh part,of his- furniture. �oters did'proceed tothe d^eiUog-Upaie. of Benjamin HaUowtdl, �fqv' GowptfoUer of his Majafty'sCuftoms for the port of Bofton, break down the- fenc? before; tri" ahd tntg thieJioir/e, deftroy (He ttiw; rake" away his appaTeli break open ^ deQt and trunks, 'and tike out all his papers, and abotrt thirty pouadifterlrngih nwney. Henry Bauett, lotk regiment of General Sandford, ia the room of Major Ferciva). His Maiefty has alfo appointed Robert Nettle^ Efq; to be Captain of a company in the, faid regioaent, in the room of Mzpc Bafeu. , * , Capt. Forfith is promoted to a Company in the, 45th rjegimenti in the roam of Capt. Shrirnptoii, refigned. We are "toldjb&t 3 plan it under con$de- r^ tio it for lowering the price of milk, and obliging the retailers of the fame toieUbjr ft atute xneaAtres, ag^eable to la w. On Wednelday was launched at Black-wall, anew fiwp for the feriiceof- thesfiaft India Company, called-the Duke of King-ftonvCant. Rich. Morrifon, Commander. from Jamaica to the Weft High- ods^and; feverai of the crew periflied On ~T?uefoay Jaft ;Capt. Hayter, of Sr. Martin's, was married to Mife. Millis, of Tria4nes;Dtttoft in Surry. l^inriRlayc. was married at St..Dunftan's a. Commander of ,____,__having'no- money, the two footpads cut off the flaps of his coat, and other wife ill tfeared*hrm. * Thursday was j�airnitted ftfm^f he Public Office in Bow-ftteet; Corehe Qaffden, by Sir John fielding, and John Spfnnage, �fq-, Robert Gore, charged oU'dith with ttealiag a fum of-money', a waick,:ajrid fome-platc, ihe'p�opelty of Jaines Meidtam, out of his dwelling houfe at Chelfea. - Thurfviay William Reynoldfbi ter Price, were committed to Neyg Mr. Aider French King, has pefbhihed -a letter in the Lire-r^ry<3*zttt�, wherein he acknowledges, rbat it h Utt too trtie ^xt* the Uiitchefs of Bouf* l�r� b��.ijow tlie n�brai fmaJJ-pox, and-gives a certificate figiwd by that ladj, which cojitains rhe Jbififtry of her iiioptilarioji in March 1 j5jt co nuw it appear, that he was led into lymp-toJwwfcieh have -hitherto aJtrays been mought certain. Btrr aU that he f.tys ui his ;uitili�a* tiou, and (he infallible principles which b� ef� t hlifli� to be no more deceived, do not prereiii ehoft who have been ~ inoculated from being greatly terxiried at the advtiuure.of the Dutch- efs of iJouflers. This French Gomedi/ris had fixed up bills at Paris f r rhe tjiigcdy of Phaedi"a*a^tl Hypoiinu to he performed on the jorh p^ft, but when the car rain \vk* drawn up that cvenii", one at" the Aftors appeared on the flage, anU refuelled per-miflion to pJky a ucw Crmedy, which gnuued by a clapping of huiids *? ^nd che peice^ wlii�h is called 7og Guardian Uup%d% met wirh great apphufc. Ic is wrote bj M Cuiikiac de i* Efeudoux, who made ufe of iHis ilr.iugeni to avoid rhe cabals gcueraily attendant on a new play* Extrattof* Utter from P
                            

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