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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 26, 1765, London, Middlesex                                r" - * �      1 r 0 5929 From SATURDAY 0 6 to TUESDAY Oc 9 ?6 [Pncc Two-peace Half-penby Prom tbfe London Gazette 4. HE Magiftrates of Health, considering the very favourable Advices concerning the plague in Bof-nja, and the perfet�l health of their fab- have recalled Dalmatia, rheir troops, med the which for- Jine upon Leghorn, Sept. 50.   Cora mod ore Harrifon is juft ariived in this port, from whence/he will go imcriediately to Florence to refide there in quality of Minifter Plenipotentiary from England 10 the Grand Duke. Paris, Oc7. 6.   A gang of twenty jobbers was feized a few days ago near Heredan, who have committed a great number of af-fafSnations, among others/ that of an entire family, with unheard of cruelties. They alfo ripped up a woman with child, and threw the infant into the fite. full of water, run into the above-m^joqed place, . 1 i ' We are informed, that Captain O^Hafa, of the 14th regiment, was, by Habeas Corpus, brought from Winchefter gaol laft Tuefday, and, afier proper and mod minute examinations, admitted to bail by Lord Juft the frdtftiers of Iliria, and alfo the noble Ve uetiaiy who was fent into Dalmutia, upon account of the plague, to aflifl the Prov editor General. fforenet, Oc7.  12.   The Englilh gemlemen now refiding here have had the honour to b yrefented by name to the Great Duke and Dtttchefs, arid wert received in a' very gracious jiianners.   Many Grangers of other nations were alfo yrefemed byname: after which the Eafrl Covvj�er and Earl of TiJney were, by order of the Great Duke, invited to dinner, as ^ere fome of the moft riiitihguiihed ftrangers of each nation who had been prefented. w Berlin^ OB. ij Lady of M> de 2 this fervice, was fafely delivered of a fon and Jieir ; and yellerday being the day fixed on for the chriftening, the King and Queen of Pruilia, the Princefs Dou>ager of I'm ft a, the Princefs Wilhelmiua,   Marsrave  Henrv and the LONDON. + Sunday at noon their Majefties came from ichmond to St. James's, after which there as a great drawing-room at Court, at the nting; of which their Majefties returned to the Queen's palacej where they dined arid ' lay that night. Same day the Rev. Dr. John Moore, Canon of Chrilt Church, Oxford, preached before their Majefties and their Royal High-nfeffes the Dukes of York and Gloucefter, at the Chapel Royal: the Earl of Delawar carried the fword of ltate. Oh Saturday morning the Right Hon. the Earl of Chefleifield fet out from his houfe The Held Officers of the 3d regiment of guards, have illued orders that no non-contmiifiofted Officer ihaU, for the future, pra&ife tippling with the men, on pain of being reduced to the ranks. The Rev. Mr. AUifon, Minifter of Wandfworth, is appointed Chaplain to the Right Hon. George Nelfon, Efqj Lord-Mayor eleft. Mr. Giover, mafter of the Horfe and Groom, a public houfe in Portugal-ltieer, Lirxoln's-Inn-fieldS, is appointed Porter to the Hon. the Mafter of the Rolls. On Saturday moiling was married, at Sr. Mary, Rotherhithe, Capt. John Tobin, in the Welt- India trade,  to Mifs Muilins, 6oo,oooJ, 'lefs this' funimer, tlun . has> been Jen nvn for 50 years p^fi. We hear that the Righr. Hon. the EaH of Pure will fee out uert weelc for Bath, where he intends to Hay.pili the Parliament meets. We are told, iliac another priy^ce Ma&-houfe was opened'laft Sundijr, for the firlt time, near Church ftreer, Spitalfields. A letter from Paris, datfd -October 6- fays, 4C They write from Neufchitel, that the in-habitants of Moutiers have driven out of their country, in an infolent manner, the Sienr John J.imcs Roufle^n, fuperflirioufly charging him with the ill fuccefs occasioned by tne bad weather to their harveft.   Some per fon s fay, that they faw lum lately in P f Thomas I,ee Drummer Verv Durham, to his houfe in Arlington-ftreet,. j Price,-many years Paviour to the New j les's. This day his Grace $/, Jama\ 03. 23. Charles Duke of Richmond, Lenox, and An-l*igny� was, by bis Majelty's command, fworu of his Majefljr*s Moft Honourable Privy Council, juultook his place at the Board accord- Bankruptcy poftponed. Iliomas Barber th* younger, of the city Tallow-chandler, . On Friday laft, being the anniyerfary of his Majefty's accellion to the throne, the Right Hon. the Marquis of Rockingham, Firft Lord of theTreafury, gave a grand enterrainmenr to a great number of the Nobility, foreign Minifters, and'other per-fons of diltindion, at bis houfe in Grolve-nor-fquare, on the oojafion. On Friday hrs Excellency the Portugueze   W River Company, Saturday died Mr. Patrick Cannon, who kept the (Jun tavern at Charin|-Crofs upwards of 10 years. There is now living at a place called Red-. ford, in Nouingbamihue, one Mrs, Both-well, aged 104, who has the ufe of all her fenfes, and one day laft year walked a mile ; the abovd gentlewoman is relHt of the laie of Uew Sarum,  in Wilts, Soap .boiler, and Grocer  7. Embaffador received %difpatches of importance from Lifbun ^ fince which it is reported, that fome Engliftt men of war will be fpeedily lent out on an expedition to the coait'of Africa. qnired Vom the Haaue* of John Mather, of Manchester, in tire county   obviate thefeenormous abufes. The regulation fettled with regard to this objedt are juft made public by the Commiflion of the Treafury. There is to be for the future throughout all the Provinces of the State only ope and the fame vyejglu, one and the fame miafure. I'he-' penalties inflided on offenders^re of a different nature; whoever ft'all befoUnfl to havechea'ed, is to pay a ver, for the Court of Brunfwick, is going a volunteer in the King of Pruflia*s fervice, wherein a commiffion is given him. We are informed that beating orders were iffued out laft week, which occafions many fpeculations in this profound rime of peace. The large contracts made by the officers belonging to the Navy-office, in time of peace, is talked of in many different ways at the weft end of the town. faid to have been defcended from a younger brorfier of the famous Eail Bothwell, thc gieat favourite of the beautiful and unfortunate Mary, Queen of Scots. A Cffpy of& very remarkable injlance ef old agey and a numerous offsprings taken out of the regiftry belonging to the parijh of ^regayfffy  e feCQnd was Lecky Lloyd, by her he had five children.   His eiddt fon was Griffith ap William, npw he has Merchants of a valmole confiderarion. had received his dearh by p.iifon ; *uid,k w*s- llrongly fufjjeiledy-the Spanifli emiflories had a h.tnd in the arrair. , It is faid- the Tripolihe Aml>afTudor has pre- f^Jirrd ro his Mayfly fome very curious inumr-fcripts, and of greac'aJirhjuity ; fotne of which are fuppofed to have heeji written in the time o?the hrit Pnnic war. William  Afhbtlrnharnj   Efq-P.uentClerk of the Great tfq^ deceased, lardy, Sir George Pigot, 43arc% endeavouring to leap over a five* bar gate, fell from his horfc ai fort Brown, Efq$ Lieutenant Governor, intended to fettlea new colony. Very large orders have been received by the late mails to (hip coals for Fiance and Holland, which are now executing in the rivet, notwiihftanding the high duty, "to the extent of feveral hundred chaidrons. Notwiihftanding there has been a duty laid on pearl-a(hes fbipped from Tiiefte, there are lately three mips loaded for London, and two from Hamburgh, and upwards of 8 c caflcs now to he ihipped for London. On Saturday the Purfer of the London �alt ludiaman, Capt. Webb, came to the India-houfe, with an account of iheabpve Ihip being fafe arrived in the Downs from Bote hay. Sunday the Earl of Lincoln �aft India-4iian came fafc to her moorings in the River. A Dutch fifip, Rinfe Jans mafter, and another vetfcl, Heere'Jooil'er mafter, both nom   Neva, bound to Amfterdanjj .. the former W�sld^%jiear ihrUfie^atfd fbela.ur, ,ried? and ha:ft a numerous offspring in the ifaid'paiilb.   At his funeral there was computed to be about tluee hundred perfons ;difcendcid from him.   The faid old man there    was of a middle itaiuie, good completion," never irouDled with cholic, gout, or none, f.-ldom fick, of moderate, fortune, got his b;ead by tillage, exercifed himfelf in fiflii�{2{ ,an8 fowling, and had his fenfes co the laft moment'of nib life." - One evening laft w*ek, a little after can-'dlc-ligwt, Mr. Morgan, Working Silver--fmhh at Clerkenwell, was robbed by three young fellows, beiween the Red Lion and Sadiei's-VVclls, by the New River fide, of* his watch and about..in iilver; iney tlueatcned.to'throw him-'ia if he made any noile. .*:".* . .1. His Majefty has been pleafed to grant a fiee pardon for William Giil;. other wife Bafs, otheiwife Sainiiei CailJer, otherwife Chailes Taylor, who was tried and convicted at hit Stafford aJ^i^es,, for ret inning from tranfpoMaiion before the expiraupn of his 'time, on account 'of' fome favourable.-! circumltance^that ap: eai^d ori tiisuial. Articles 0/ lNTELJ-iGfiNCfc, &c from the Postscript* ^ all the Evening Papers of /^/.Saturday. We he.ir^ Eng'Uh inercantijc goods,   hnVc iwn of the County of Leicester. Gentlbmen, HAVING^ this Day, at your General MeettKg^ had the Hovottr unanimoujly to be nominated to rejfrefent this County in Parliament^ in fhe room of wy ute Fattier \ I take the etrlieft Opportunity of returning my � oft grateful Thinks for this Favour, and recjueft your fctes and Is?-tfrek on the Day of JBleftion \ affmng you, that I will. endeavourbf* faithfplDifcbarge of my Bittyi to deferve tm Honour corferreJCor^ Gentlemen, Tbiirnloff thlityd and " 'Obedient humble Servant* Leicefter, Sept. 30, 1755-. I M. J ^m uiual has.iup;*n'c>,
                            

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