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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 2, 1765, London, Middlesex �1 limb. [Price Two-pence Haif-peimy torn the Whitehall N laft, and . 2. Tbnrfday between night fcven a peculiar. and well-founded affi&ioit ftr ibis, country, will not only enable him to difcover, but engage him to employ the moft efibOual means for proofing the^roe inttreft ;iny thankr-to your Lordftiipsfar the joHicejraa' .have done to ray inrenr$ns, will be beft *x- prefled by the .exertion, of my utmoft powfcs* for the welfare of Ireland. eight o'clock, ;died/ ' juddoiJy, ar his- houfe in Upper ;Grofvenor ftreet, his Royal-Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, to the great grief of: itheir Majcfties and %f !v all the Royal-Family. Dublin Cafije, pet. 24. The Hoofes of Lords ; Commons having uuanunoofly refolved n\)k addrefles to his Majefty, the fame, her .with addrefles from bpplj Houfes to of this-Jringdora To his Excellency Francis Seymour Earl of Hert/brd, Lord lieutenant General and Ge- this defireable work your Maj-fty may rely on the unaniinouseancurrence and^chearful afiiftance of-your faithful Commons; not ihall we fail to make an honourable provifion fo^ttie J The humble addrefs^ of'" the Knights, Citizen*, ueraJ Governor of Ireland. fapporr of yoorMajefty's government, convinced that our Jupplies will I* properly applied to-the public fervices, which. we are pi have hitherto boeu anfwered, wit Dnfe of :the confidential credit,. which, your Majefty; with your iifual juflice, cbiifidott) lTembled fity. precaution ntmoft Lord Lieutenant, wertf this day prefented 1 his EzceJIeiic^. and. With his Excellency anfivers, are as follow ; * i * To the Kiug's ttsOtt Excellent Majefty, �he bumble addrefs of the Lords Spirim*! an Temporal in Parliament aflembied.. M$M Gracious Sovereign: gaiaft w E;y6tt toll fubje&s,. *fap* Lords ^ Spiritual Tettppral jri Parfiatferit affeiabfed, rem* your Mgjefty our unfeigned thanks for the repeated affurances we have received from the Throiie of mrtfl welfare and profperiry of ;this kingdom, the cardial ^ fiiKerity of which been to th^ increafe and improvements of the- Linaen njauiifa&tire, which: we confider^ in its fevead branches, a&a principal objeft at our commerce, I endeavour, by prudent laws, to gpard private franris, fo deftru&ive of the credit of this our ftaple commodity. And as we have always coniidertfd the Charter Tchopls as infhtutious calculated to implant in fne minds'of thelowe/order of people the principles of true religion and induftry^ they, ihall ur> doubpedly receive. the ftrongoft proofs of our protection and encouragement. Your Majefty's favourable acceptance and gracious approbation of -our paft conduflt, Mfillj if'poflible, ftrengtheu and improve our fixed Gabhel de Velre, df London, "Merchant/ at; Guildhall, Nov. rr, 16, Dec. 14. Dividends to �f W?Creqitop.s. , Novf John Urnuhartand Charles H*y,. I:ueT)f the.parilh of Sr. Mary, Rorherhithe, in the. county ofLSurfy, Coppers, Hrewers,' and iWrner*, at.GuiWhail, Loudon. Nov. .19. Herij^rr.in Kirlr, of Aylelbury, in ; -the coimry of Bej Jc?, Shopkeeper, at Guild-iuHy London, " ' ' D^c -jolin Thompron, of flie town nf New-. caftls i:p3:j Tyiie^ " Merchant", at Guik!halJ, ' Loiidpn. J^iKfhaii .WheLell, now or late of Sherb^ijc-Jajie, London, Caki|dex-, ac y many iingnlar proofs of your Royal gpodneis. Truly fenfible of the-i�eiUmable Ueffingsof our happy conftitutidn, franled, in every refpefl for tlie benefit of the people, we erffcenvir our ineftirnable duty to acknowledge, with the ptmrjfi tfeankfulnefs, tjiat it is, in every parr, XDoft religioufly maintained, inforced, and ibpported, by tbe wifdom of your Ma)efty's Cbniifels, and the detbtxxcy of your excellent Government. With the moft devoted attachment to your Majefty and your Royal Houfe, we beg leave "to - congratulate with your Majefty's loyal and affeftkmate fubjeds, on the aufpicious birth of another Prince, descended from your Majefly, rejoiciig iri this acceffidn of ftrength to your xnoff Jj|ikRrious Houfe, on the liability of which the hiappinefs of thefe your Ma/efty's kingdoms, and.rlje liberties o�. Europe (tuider God) depend. * At thtt
r j-j r_ ... ____-.i i Sovereicn. and the lonts exuenence we have t^iocreaiing the weJch and promoting.the welfuxe of this khigdom. The fnpporc aifl exrenlion of the Linen Manufacture, in its feveral branches, will Left conduce to thofe laudable purpofes-and we ih*U ufe our utmoft efforts to aliift the F�g gracionfly intended for us bv your ^lajefty, which can only, .refttlt from a wife ajid confidential Adminiftration. Be pleafed, mofl gracious Sovereign, to accept oF our faithful affurances chat we will cbearfully concur with his Excellency the Earl of Hertford In every meafure which may melt effectually contribute to the increaTe of mamAdlures and commerce^ to the promoting of induftry, virtue, and true religiou. There fliall be the important ob/eAsof our deliberations, which we Ihall not fliil to parfue with attention and d/fpattrli, with lurmony, tUianimity, aud warmeft 2eal for the public gqod ; the foreft jrbeans of preferving the continuance of your Majefty's approbation, which w flttH always efleem our higheft reward. Hi*. Baker Sterne, Cler. Parliamejttor^ His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant's anfwer. Sovereign, and the long experience we have had of your x now ledge in what relates to the real inrertits of this kingdom, with 1 your powerful and ready afliiLncc in fuppo t of them, give us an enlarged prnfptft of enjoying the utinoft benefit which can refult from a well-informed benevolent Adminiftration, i Charter-fqhools, which your Excellency fo itrpngly recommends to our protedion, will ever be a principal objedi of frur care, folly I re to good promote aeain tran 1 addrefs to be laid before tl* Kine's moft Excel len ijefty The humble addrefs of the Knights, Citizens, and Burgeffei, in Parliament MtfttfrafiMt&o'uertignt E your Sfrajefly's moft dutiful and loyal fubjc&s, the Conimonsof Ireland, in Parliament aflembied, embrace, with the greateft eagernefs, every opportunity of renewing the Trarmeft- aflutancei, which dqty qvx di<�bte, j*t gratitude infpire* of our moft hwiolable aeal ami ottacjxnient to your Majefty*s Royal Pcrfon, family, and Government. Attached as we are, by every principle of "ft . feci, and how fincerely do we congratulate our �Do1.lttraiable Sovereign, on the aufpicious birth fincereft thofe ufeful feminaries; and we muft again j repeat our finceie thanks to your Excellency, wifdom 1 f moft I loyal and affedtinnate fubjedts of Ireland, in 'having committed the government of them tQ1' your care. ' We arc moft thankful to your Excellency for you* joyfol. hiformatiou of the increafe of do-^ , , t :1s tp our moft amiable Sovereign, and the added ftability to his iJIuftrious Houfe ,by the binh of another Prince defcended from lum, which; with the welfare of thefe king, doms, ar? neceffarily connected. Your Excellency's wife and feaibnable advice to improve this time of general peace, by deliberating on the means for the kind aIfuranees you have given us, and the ardent zeal yon profefs for the peace, fafery and profperiry of Ireland, which, as rhe beft I ^'Psj fringed or plain lwinen^ Wack buckles. On Friday there was a Privy Council ar the Queen9* Pilate ; their fcajeftiei afterwards fet out fer Richmond, iviiere, it m laid, they propofe continuing Mil after th� interment of his Royal Highnefc the Duke" of Lumberland. Sunday the*Kev. Mr. Dodd, Prebendarr of Brecon, p eached at the Chanel Roval * Friday many of the Nobility waited on her Royal Highnefs the P. incefs Amelia, at Gunerfbury.houfe, wirjj their compliments of condolance on the death of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland ami the fame night her Royal Highnefs ar-nved at her houfe in Cavendilh-fquare On Saturday the body of his late Royal Highnefs the Duke, of Cumberland was embalmed : on opening ir, the Phy/iaans hav* given 11 as their opinion, that the Hidden burfting of a blood veffei in the head, wae the occasion of hisdeath. There has bc*n no uncle of a King of the Blood Royal who has died fince rhe reign of XinijHenry the Sixth, who was the'great aod^ood Humphrey Duke of your confidence, and my higheft fatisfa&ion will be faithfully to reprefentto his but vantages of this dountry moft beneficial to the Majefty the fincerity of your duty to ,him, and I , , . . .1___:____r~ - 1 - 1.1 , _ u:^ r_______\ ~u�* ~?______ 1 ianO� trary, when they meet them on fea, with all polfible'rtf^ed, and to take from thern certificates of the manner in which they behave." ExtraS of a letter from lijbon, OJ\ 3, " A man of war is juft aniveo !*om Rio Janeiro with three millions of Crafades on board, one third of which is private property, 44 The Sieor Prefton, a Scotfman, Lieutenant General in our army, has quitted rhe King's fei vice, in order to retire to Eng- inhabitant^ by the employment of the people, cannot fail to anitoate our endeavours for procuring thofe defirable ends. moft of auoc^r Priucq j vvluch promifes fo great an addition to tb domeftic happinefs, and a further fbJ)Uity to fiisithtitrious Houfe, and our invaluable Conftitution. We fhould tJiiuk O'irfelves unworthy of that fender care and concern* fo invariably fhewii ;ty your Majefty, for the Welfare of this king-Ann, could we be infeufibJe of rtiis recent infhinced! your paternal goodncis, in the ap-fo^ntniqit of a chief Governor to prefidc over jelly's approbation and ~acceptance of our paft condu&, which has certainly been founded on our zeal for bis feTvke, .and the welfare of this kingdom j in thefe fentimenis. we fliall perfevere j and with the fir me ft reliance on your Excellency^ kfad intentions tomrds us, we fhall, with unanimity, exert the utmoft of oar power to fupport the honour of his Majsfty's government, and the eafe of your Excellency's adminiftration, which we are confident Ayiil be formed on the principles of public utility to rhis kingdom. Uetu Baker Sterne^ Cler. Ptrliamentor. His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant's anfwer. My Lords, IAm highly obliged to your Lordfhips for this very kind, and to me moft acceptable addrefsr My defue has ever been to fee diftin- auiAsd 1>V wj reeanto . of Staining-lanex Lpfidon, Merchant^ at Guildhall, Nov. 8, a^' Doc. / / Robert Ayray, now or late of Knarefborough, in the county of York, Innho|d/r, at the Bell in Knarefborough, Nov. 15, �6, Dec. 14. Thomas Mearfh, now or lare ^>f Lirtle Hampton, in the county of Sjtflfex, Ship-bnildqr, at Guildhall^ London, Nbv. 1 a, 1 y, Dec. 14 Thomas French, of, Kingrftreer, London, Linnen Draper, at G�yUh41> NoV. i*j if Dec. 14, 11 In the night between the 17th and i8th, fome detacltments of cavalry invelted the Royal regiment of Foreigners, and ar-refted, by the King's order, the CUonel, Lieutenant Colonel, Major, firit Cap&in, and Adjutant of tliat legiment, Thefe Officers, whofe places were immediately filled up per interim, have been fhut up in the Tower of Bel em : we know not yet the cadfe of their detention." OnThirliby laft the Lady of the Right Hon. Lord Grey, was fafely delivered of a fon and hrir, at bi� Lordihip's houfe in Sackville-ftreei. The Hev. Mr. Towne* of Gran.ham, is promoted to the Archdeaconry of Stowe, and a Prebendaiy in the .chujcl* of Lio- C''The Rev. tllifoo, Reftgr of Sr. Bennet, Paul's Wharf, i* prefcnied, by th* Right Hon. 1 he i*ri of Nonhington, to the living of Thorpe in Suiry, Vacant by tbf deatUof M;- WiU<�.
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