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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 29, 1765, London, Middlesex                                1     \ 1-     w TUESDAY October 29, to THURSDAY October 31 Numbu 593r *765- 4 [Price Two-pence Kalf-pcijijy , From.the London Gazette 0 eicg door*thitheraccbWingly, his Excellency jfcade the foJJowing fp&ch to I My Lords and,Ge\nilemen u I am honoured with his Ma|e� trends TO meet you1 in Parliament, and.em-trlice. �itb fiii&ular farifa&on, this npporrn- Had -private audiences of her Rpyal^Highuefs-the Hereditary Prit)�gfs of Brunfwick. ? To.\vhich they were introduced by Stephen GorrreU,       Afliflant Matter of theCeremo- r "    if �    - - ' - -    * nies. Tori Houft%08. 27. This day his. Excellency the Count de Seitern, Embaffador Extraordinary from the Emperor ; And M. Landriani, Minifler from the Dul^e of Modcna; . . , ' f Ext rati of a letter from. Granada, 4*&fi 24# " It requires great cecowpray to treat Negroes properly, boihin refpeft to work, and and feeding with Indian provifTons; the want of due attention to.that, particularly the latter, expofesiuto an infurredion, and Gud only knows how foon ic may happen j we are greatly alarmed, and coruiriualiy in fear. A party of thefe run-away negroes (who rendezvous in the woods and moun- by thofe .whofe cognuance it is under, to ma Had -private audiences of his Royal HighneTs' tajns; chietJy compofcd of negroes from Che Puke of York. plantations, that the managers,or owneis, And afterwards, of his Royal Highnefs the    have thus imprudently robbed of their lands ipraiperity o? this bis JdnjjdoaTof Ireland.     . \t:     .'  ' f~ �� Long and. perfonal exjjerisflef have raifed in .my roiiid die jrioft honourable fentiments of your zeal and-aJFe^ion for huMajefty's fervice, and of yo^r.ferious aft'ebtidn co the welfare of your country j Gtnthmtn of the Houfe of Commonsy "  I hava ordered the proper oncers to prepare the feveraj accounts and teflirnonies tp be Jaid: before-j'ou, a^d'dottbt riot bur you will find that your fupplics have been properly ap-..' plied to the-public fervices : his Mayfly is: well pleafed that thofe fer vices have been anfwered without maJtir.g ufe of the confidential credit, Grocer, at Guildhall. Richard Atlee, of Little Trinity*lane, London, Dealer, at Guildhall. L  O N   D   O  N. Sunday evening his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland arrived at his houfe in Grofvenor-fquare from Newmarket, and -on Monday fet out for Windfor, t her "Grace the nor is to pay one third of it. Many of the tnglilh, wno bought plantations fiora rhe French, are returning them backagain, for want of money, and finding fucn cbicuurageinent to go on with any improvement." Tuefday a difpenfacion pa fled the feal, to ferapouer the Kev. Benjamin Burrou-hs, M..A. formerly Fellow of Sc. John's college, Cambridge, Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Devonfhne, to hold the rectory of Moreion, to which he was latelyprefented, of lome money, at feparaie times, near Lew-.ifliam in the county of Kent; and fome witnelles not Appearing, he was ordered to be brought before the faid Magistrate again on Friday next. ArticlesojPntelltgence, �jv. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Tuefday. ExtraS of a Letter fr.m a Gentleman in Vkila-delpbia% to bis friend in Brifto/^ Sept. 7, 176 5. " I make no doubt yon have been informed, by letters from your friends, as well as by our public News papers, of the great commonons throughout our Colonies hi general, which daily increafeon account of the Jare Sramp Ait for railing money amonglt us ; what adds to our in the county of D^rby and dioceie of 'Litchfield and Coventry^ together with the | unealinefi is, that we hear our brethren in Eng. rectory of Matlock, near Matlock Bath, in the fatne county and diocefe, worth near iccl. and feverai   Qp Tuefday evening, Dutchefs Dqwager of Dorfet, of the family, airiyed at her houfe, at the Cockpit, Whitehall, from her feat, at Knowlt* in K.ent. Yetterday ,lVlr. Fodte arrive^ at his houfe in the HayrriArket, froth i?aris, In confequence of ofders (torn the War-Office, .fever^l Officers ha*e fet out to join their refpe&ive regiments in iiiland. � It" is currently f^pcyrte^ that t^ro great men are already very Kick of the griai" offices they hold, having found menffnd ineafures in fitch a manner, as that ir win t>e fome |, time before they ate pui-Hgh;. which his MajeHy coufidered as your wife pre- |'   His Excellency Counc GUcrchy arrived at caution -agaiidt c^fes of necefliry. <4 As I have nothing in command to afk, f f but thejufnal fopplies, I am conrident you will eittfem it y^pr duty and^iiuerell, that his Majefty's elrablilhbents be fdpported with ho- in i. tiff Lords and Gentlemen^ ..    ^TiiQes of peace are the :%fpus ttj-deliterate on tlje weans to render the natural advantages of this country moft beneficial jo the iubabi* 1 Calais on Friday 1aft, and only waited for ail interview with his Giace fhe Duke of Richmond, befo/e he embatked fo4'Dover. We hear t hdi Mr. Home, ac Fans, charged with the affajp'of England in the abfeuce of our Eaiba^ador, wftl foon receive lexers [ of recal, bebg intended to affiime z- public cha^aiter at another ridYthern Court. icr*af affed the^fea^ for the Kcv. ilalph Hatlwtot, D.D. of Jefus college, Cambridge, to hwjd the vicarage of Silby, in the county of Leicelter anu uiocefc of Lincoin, being lately pre-fensed thereto i and alfo the reifory of Eaikby, in the fSme county and diocefe, wor'.n upwards of 27c!- per annum. Mr. Smith, Linen-draper or Cheapfide, is appointed a principal Clerk in the War-office, in the rooiR-of Mr. Euiott, deceafed, and alfo Infpedor of Accounts tnere, iviih a felary of j^lI. a year. 'fiiePiincefs Ulrica Elenora, confort to the Landgrave of Helie Pnnipithal,/ was deiiyered of a Vance on the iorh iri{lantf wnich has been baptized by the name of William. Sunday laft was married at Caraberwell, 1 (Bernard Juxton, �fq; of Pulton-hall, io the county of Weitmoreiahd, to MifsSo-- phia Symmonds, of that place. land cenfure us feverely3 from a miftaken opinion that we are umviiJing to pay our proportion towards relieving the narion from the htfa- vy bitrden of debc it now gioajn under. This is by no means the cafe ; We are, and always havw been, ready and willing to pay our yearly proportion of ttut debt. What occalions rfiis geiieraJ uneahnefs and commotion is,- fir. That we are to be taxed by this Ad, without being represented on your'fide of the water, or being rirlt heard for ourfelves.-id. That all the Monies to be T*ifed by this Att are to b� remitted home ro the King's Lxctiequer ia Specie, and not by bills of Exchange, or any orher remittance -3d. .Tiuf if any off-nce is commicred agaiult the Afcl, the oiicntto, if the profecutor chufes ir^ is co be tried by a Court of Admiralty. ct The lit, the Coloniftsfay, is an infringement on the rights and privjjeges .they have e-ver been entitled to, and enjoyed by their Royal Had thfc Government at home rired employment of the.people, where thd countrji admits of it, the choieciof feme principal.ol>jecl of iuduliry, as the itapki commerce. The liimeu manufadure in itsTe-veral branches is ,evideutly that object in-ite-. land* The - produce fl)evys i;s confetjuejice :; y.tir care, will be to aflilt the progrefs, m^l^ by prudeiir laws, to guard agaijiit private frauds^ which "prevent the confumptiou, and will de-ftroy the credit of this commodity at foreigii riiavjcfts. It would be highly jA$afm to rge^ were, my adfriii,u)tration marked by any ufeful fervices"to this'molt valuable trade. Tuefday morning the Lady of the Hon. /Thomaslownfliend, jun. Member for Whi;-Cruizer man of war* and Endeavour | church in Hants, and' onjp Of the Lords of I the Tteafurjr was fafeiy delivered of a daughter at his houfe in Cleveland Court, St. j a%� Puke William cutter?, are arrived ac . Dd'Ver firojii a ^ruize. - His Ma|efty*s fliip Aquilon, Capt. Philip Perce$al� arrived at Cadiz the 30th pait, from^onf^oufh. Advice is received at the India-houfe, * that the Lord Anfon, Galbreath, fro. Lqn^on, is fafe arrived at Bengal, The Lor,4 Anfpr) failed from the Downs - the beginning of June 1764, with a great iuitnber o^l^ldiers on bda'rfl, who are fafely landed at Bengal, f^w of them having died "on the The "JLoyal Charlotte, Clements, fto es's. Advices from Antigua mention a great tc When our thoughts are turned to j�.romote 1 ,a r    >*    ,   , ,   aP. p s  ' remehibe (Icknefs that had been in that iflandi of which* fix officers of Lambton's regiment had lately, died, as well as many of the private men. By letters from Sr. Vincent, there is advice of the death of Capt. Hooper, of the grenadiers, of Gerr. Leighton's regiment, and that the regiment is now becoming fea-foned with Uiai agreeable illand. On Monday evening died at Wandfworth, in the ^$d year of his age, John Meriins, nej{0-the jd of July, leaky, after^aloftg J Efqj only fon and heir of John Menins, how nfeeffary religious principles, and virriibns educatio'n, are x ora uive is enp.k my viaiLnt aftentiiiji    prpveiit what   confirmed by^ettefs to the Dueitors of the engage my vigilant attention^- prp vent what may tend to the j^rcjndic?-, �hd    forward every jneafure for the peace, fafety,and profperity of Ireland." * St. James's, .03. }$: This;day M. de Cro'fs, Minifler ^.lujjpteutiary from the Em-prefs of Rnffia j Karon No]cke.r, Envoy 'Extraordinary from the Khig of Sweden j Marquis de Bte(K% Minifler from France j M. de Vigpola, Itefident from Venice  ArtM.tiariBb\$ Mwifttf from tlicJBiihop Eaft-Iridia Company, and that it was on the 17th of April Jaft, at Madrafs;  . They wrhe^from the Sound, of the 19th inft. ihtt 168 fhipa were arrived-there firice the 15th, i4^vykifh wereBriyjftthat Lorentze Hanfeo, of.and, tor ^ Wine-cooper in Billeter-lane. Of iafe a general remove has been .made among the Roman G&tholfcClergy reading in this kingdom, the'geaeialiiy of thofe in town.being, allotted feparate depattmeats in t)ie country. This, it i^ faid, istheTecond remove, by order of their fuperiors, within twelve months. Thurfday laft a la;ge number of.exceed- ing fine turkiei were tmported at -Dover, from the co3# of Norn&niij, wjiichi now fell at Canterbury, ^1 x�^ier-|>art�ofSfim>' with      &c. fr6m Chrit\U^ the rate of fott^p^fce hfiftlfo^nhy. ptr rcat'lly .   _ , It is impollible .'or the Colonics to raife one fourth part of fo much Specie as their tax would amount to,  d upoi) ir, that unlefs thefe three particulars are altered, the Colonifls will grow more and more �neaiy.n It is Md that the Hate of theBritiih colonies will be thoroughly, iiivelrigared next fciJjqn of' P^rliameuCj in,prdef to redrefs JQrfie grievances in theoi, wliich have been lately wneh complained of. Ic is alio reported, thar an enquiry will bet made, by an augnft afiembJy, -at their n?"fc meeting,  into the application tvhich has made of feverdl large fums of public mo that bas been paid into fome deparcmertc* audi the Government. It is now faid, that only joo,ooo J. of Navy per ^ent,'will be paid o& neat Elfin and', that j hey liadadvice that Capt. Henry GaJliar, of Wlritfeha|fen, with other ihips that heTailed wit^T thence, put into lit iatUii^ poufcd. . ArTo^'er-bUl \% a plice jtfhera niwifers ^ ifiopU are *%ed io^|#> Mjbfcfi, Advice ha? been received at Lifbon fronts Fernnmbucca, tjiar the Jefuits of Paraguay had a&uaily opeiied lome very rich diamond mines iit their country, which it was apprehended would foot! overllock the European markets,^ud e�*�ouie yrejiulice the King of Portuj^T* nrv.e* how th� 
                            

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