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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 22, 1765, London, Middlesex                                feel Numb. ^27 tie      * _______i^wQ^^^aifftofKiag ftfeetifrtf^ '^fc^jfefe"^Kv!ty^5;.  ':       [Frice Two-pence Halfpenny _?ngie �t Kree -1 i mes ."as much, won^-go JDto mourning' for son. the nfft; tint /and .this~ a morning ^ifcei gave private iudkn-, ; ices to aUUjc�mbaf-fador?;hflre* <,'.; . 1 1 Drefdtn, pQi i$. ,Laft week Prince, LuUankf* i waswjiw f pnt in poffefGpii, of j thy : appoimld ^  fa^toa^cr -to. out fpmi fcnmnket month .   tiuWfe&y    .been ipl TV ft Ijf v ' __' til*-in. hot' him." Meo fa�H:'*&X r*." J>($br Reo jigbeb::, " We had none rf*.^any Ytibtto Rifling.\{&ijhe\ in hi* iiw-time lie \^ ^irjr^x>d to us all, but one thwrfa^d potfnjfc Vottld.fove 'made rae >pptnt-| -gu5r(! happy." Tfcs. fcwpojfoi cotpfe had V- a^jb^jHam* Fawie^ arGni^aafi.; 'j \&ent. * -   ?v   -  " " -  1 1 IT^T'VS"*? 3fW5K�73>^ **f -"^d enough; outheiWpetirromaciofeT, The- fcgfct jfon. Ldrd A$n^ ;Cai>- I breech, and wA jftWftifta'nce of hi&hoofe-pwgtedqMtf faftice. in Eyp ;o|;4ns &k-v i-fceper cufl^ihsiWWlb ovt of thje houfe; I l^*1&toti>"& g.frm*. ., V".     then caURbt^nerf Reo.in his a>ms, and 1 pleafed tfr appoint - pw�   %:      f haul ftferoft, and Aalr - ^->�^trafc3p? J�^�neoiHi�5e^�ent; iboiWfawning fyco--de^iMlp^/l phajit>ou^/tp;Wj*ttoe4 to ih^ prfraiiive The Government that the~Q^^irauDr-iRofeert Rogers k gbjpg to take peflj^o of tfoY.     V^wnitCrifpe, of Catherine-couifrj near Oiwifatower-hill. Ijondon, Merchant, ft (TuXuhSr !Xik:^��;^mtMth'..Vinter, of the,jowndf '%V^^|Miho]der7 at 0|^dhil^ Lon- ^Certificate to be aUe/r;f-i.jA--Ltri-^-j^t.' I   The St> Johannes, Capt. Peter Nellhout, from Greenock, with tobacco, for Rotterdam, was loft the ifth inftant, on the coaft *f Holland, but the crew of fifteen hands were faved. On Eriday f�othihg fi$hy Kfrhicb I hi&& thein j but jnefi^ftfigir jof^ood circum-fiances in the couj>ty:6fcSurty; was taken, into cuftody at Croydou, being charged on r,.. I ffltb -and a violent i^pj�l|6�, wiU^ bavbgJ laft Mr. Daniel Bewley, 1 been-conceraed in iBe mufla^f Jarie^JLaw- gage, in Trade again, and by that mea'ns, by l pa�n�lhh> Mercferit^ ip CanttfMrftreet, was married to Wife, AAne Bridges, eldeft daughter o� Mr. Bridges, with wb^m Mr. Bewley is in Saturday was married at Canterbury, Mr. artman, Hop M;erchanr, to Mils Jane degr^, T>e.. enabled to difcharge all their en Woethfa^QJa, iq. A.few.,djys agd'a fm^ltlioUnd wasb'royghi herefrom Anger-VtaoJ^nij^. -a\nd^:Sijewti'.^|Sgr one. Garney, a Bo^-M^e^ which; has.been taught to ^ia|fc"%^.�pt vordar �>  ' 1 tpni- who was muKfefled ttjfvwa>d�r of fix* ypars ago, and the .body found in aiawpir. rTuefday morning the Juiqr of Annoy-1 ance belonging jo the par Kb of St. Martin in the Fields, .viSted^. t.h>T�bj|ndj|e^ Wyfc and aieh^O*^ hitl^a^ftftV many' of whofe w&ghts a'nd meafurejs th>y cut and brafaLtQ I Hre^wick, cf Rochfti|er. I J%$2?i*y* & 5wif� in Kent, [ pfecw, 5betng fooj^cl^nti andUK^o^ BadyMoUoy, iseliet Sf iiSir Charles Molloy, i priejoKof,which ale to^be try4d n�xt ojwr* ter feflEwniat ;^eftj^^G^TaiaiL: 7 amot^g o^her --exprefEons, he Tpeaks very ffy&ptfcOa.y 10, Letters from London alT^ie^ ttfa^ ibej&iag and Queen have refol-I'ett^tQ' yiflt! thif ^ity next Tpring, where Xiw^JJ^nl,General Elliot'is arrived with, hisfofi^bm oh what occasion is not yet ktn5fo.". ...         ..   1 . tjtpmbti'gh, 0,9. 15. Lately in theneigh'-bourhood of this city, a Jew who kept a bear.a.nd wa^ leading him to fight^ was torn .so pjeca/bSibim: ^it wa^ thought this mif-for^u^e; bjmlih'miby. his not -be^ng elbatbed ill ^ffj^laai'aDabneii.�. Recording to letters ij ^eceived from Copeohagetfj; a man,; named Juigen ffietfOQ^medTt.Racljlol^in Zjeelamd,. ged iip^years.:' two ^ays.bfctferhis.deat"b>be\ was(prefent at two weddings..; !" ffafit^ in Switzfrlqad^ ,v  Poor Roufleauhas' efcajped being, murdered at Alojiers. .yrfay;efyfl'^b; thej. priribipalhy^ of $Ieu]fcni^ no|w)fhftafiding- tbe,:>Kinjg of jru^a*�.p^cs*^ mob-fet an agatnft: hihi)v^/a*, JEccl�6aitick,^iiis aniagonflri He has now obtained a moft delightful iflarid s beloogirfg to the Hofphal of Berne, fituated in the ceptre of the Lake of Biennej and ther^he i� well fettled.   A very "ingenious' �ngiHh gentleman, a traveller' in ihefc pam^ has jull t>citowcd on him ih^.pifture tf tfce Qreat Mr. Pitt, for whomj wirh"4 ever/peifun in Switzerland, he has an.ioh> nite veneraion'.   Xflcerate^ by perfecurionj" the Wft pf P/ieftSj he fhuns. mankind as Carefully as' wild beafts, and is become of very difficult accefs. LONDON, Thefday morning his Majefty. came, to .  acd at noon there was a' very.grarid leyee -at-James's.  Thk Princefs Dowager ,*>f Wades and the Princeft - of Bruiifwick, fet out the fame morning for Kew'i. Sue'day 4he Right Hon.,Lord Campjen; arrSvMjatlbfa hpufe in Lincolri's^inn-fields, from bU'Jeat near Chiftleliurft, in ^ent, Saiueidiy the Right goh. tbe^rl and Couniefs- 6f Amburnham came to town from' thjetr Teat at Afl^Urnham, in the county.|if Sufibx, to their houfe in Dover-ftreet. KnU______     ________ iFridity^^gllt S# died of a 'cfropfy, � J ttue^ay WiHe^nWftiayoP^court. %a4w"- ^ I Guildhall, acauferetetingtoan attacrrment brought by a Lieutenant*of a man o^ war' On'Monday laft the"Hon. Sen. Pulteney ft out for^Batb; fjr �he recoverv of his bjakh. ;  :     v Satiu'day; died Mr. John Beauchamp, S^riVenei-^ in'Too)ey:ftieet, Southwark. : Oh Sunday died at Barnes, iu Surry, m an advanced age, Barnard Cowling, Efq-, formerly an eminent Brewer in Weftmin-Her, and a Juftice of Peace for ihat City a6d Liberty. Monday died in Great Sr. Andrew's-ftreet, Se^vendials, Mr. ArthurTomKnfon, Eha^ mieller and Jeweller., - Mr. John Jupe is appointed beadle to the "WorlhipfulCompany >h$ Pewtereis, on rhji refignation of Mx. SahYuei Spateman*'.. .. n, It is faid the prefent'Ldjfd^ayor e^e^ is a  native of tforteij^- pear Jguryir^r.-JEd-munds,1 whidh vulage, ha? ;b�for* afforded th;e city of London a Lord'Mayor, which - is more than any other -village in the kingdom can boaftof.  ' , :. ]The�fb'llo*ing.fih">U;lar afftiVj. we are af-, fuVed4jy a corTe^^de�t; ^, fadj^ and jatejfy occurred about*thirtynTdea,we5[JBf this  city.  An. old-gentleman^ "fprmedy & con*. fideTable trader in the .'-center, of thisimetro*-polis, but -who has retired fof fome years paft, generoufly left a profitable trade, with the aid of a confiderable part of his capital, 'to his three fervanis,' whom ourcb^refpon-^dent calls Eo, Meo, and Reo. .He imagined .this triuinv1ra|e (tho' in ho degree related to; him)      ipr^d;large expeftations from his ddath ^ his^mj^niions were kind towards them, but he haefca fgreat defire to make a trial how far they were deferving his favohr. To prove this, he made a will, took to his bed, ,and ordered his houfekeeper (who was entirely in his confidence) to wtite to his old fervants, firft that he was very ill* aiid by! tbe he^t po^ tharfae was' dead. Dow.n -they caMe in a pdfft w of their' countenances j poor Reo loved his old maf-ter4 and felt what his companions-counterfeited.  Tht houfekeeper met them with -tedrs in hW:feyes (for. womenJwb?n' they Jtlt (ancry^.^hd^^bir Imagined/ they iyould chufetb=�ie>Wwilli before they wep{ oV'et ,the corpte^prodfiirdd it to'^etii.' Tfi^e they- found *j>ur ^rhfOufand potfticW' giye^i to �0, two thoufarid 'to Meo, and to poor 'Reo-Bothin^iai arl.' Now for tbeeftecl: �0 fell Into a Violent- paffiom. and faid, a� r*irfto:tijfr$t,^? hay ufed me very for the fum of Z70 K hj the h^rids of n Agent belongingWtbefeidfliirj^and which rwSs'declared to be due to the Lieutenant* Ic> appeared upon the evidence, that,Jhere w6re; two'Agents, who being; joint partners, the laid attachment was wrong laid, and therefore a verdid was g^ven in favour of the Garnilhe. �    " � At the fame time a remarkable caufe of great confequence came on to be tried. . It was an aftion brought a; the- expence of the Furrier's Company, ia the riame of the' ,'Charnbejlain of ihe' dry, agatnft Mr. John Cplej, of T^hames-ftreet, for esercifing the trade.of a Farrier, npt being a freeman of London. It was proved upon the evidence, that Mr, Cole was employed, under Mr. Warrington, the conttaiter For artillery harks, and paid by him; and that-by order of the Board.of. Ordnance, as a Farrier tn-the Train pfi.A'aiJiIery.  That in fPme cafes ir.alf the>#arriefs/ &c. were fubjeft 'to "mili-ttaiy;'U*V'- Alfo thaV thVTaid Cole had bbt a i oeU a regulaT difcharge from the Boa rd of Oidnance, and had likewife obtained a licence, to. work in the ci-y of Londisn, from the Chamberlain.   But it being alfo ,proved, that none of the Farriers, diivers of carriages, nor other fuch perfons, em^ ployed in the Train of Artillery, were ever [-jcPhridered as a part of ihe.military-eftabli(h:. m^rir^' or were enlifted or ranked as foldiers, arid that they were only occasionally- employed, and difcharged when fuch occalion ceafed ; therefore, after a long, hearing, .in the courfe of which forae officers of rank were examined, the Recorder very impar-^iallyrand judicioufly furamed up the whole l evidence \ after which the Jury went out, ,-and in a (hort time returned, 'when they .brought in a verdfft for the plaintiff.  By -this hrlt judicial determination upon the late ,a& for permitting foldiers to" fet Up'in every cofporauon in the kingdom, this moft ex-tenfive privilege has been ju'ttly confined to thofe whom alone can have the leaft plea for fo. great.and estenflvea gram \ and which otherwife ^ould have been claimed by perfons. who, perhaps, had not been employed a (ingle week, as a menial fervant in the army. An adioo wai alio tried againft a matter, for binding his auprentice before hp was fourteen y^ats old, contrary to the cuftom of the cit-y of Lonrdonv The raft'Hing cicaily proved, a verdict was given againft the fa�d matter, by which tlie indenture is declaied void. On Sunday evening laft fome villains attempted to break into the houfe of -- Buuhon, Efq; at Earls Court, Bforapton, brother of Heiry Cabb Bouiton, Efqj one of the Direftors oS the Hon, the Eaftrlndia Company, when rbe fervants fired at them, 'and fome are fuppofcd to be mortafty wounded, by the great quantity of blood found ip the road. Monday nighttMr; Jennings, Shoemaker, .near Weftminfter-abbey, going over Sc 
                            

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