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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 5, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Ftto TOESD A Y November $*to THUI^AY No v em be k    \ ^7 6 5 it- Half-permy Frofti *he London Ga setts *%($ B^uanflMi,' of. the Borough of Leicefler, jfo the county of. Leicefter, Waolcomber, $i the* fign Of the lion and Lamb iu the faid Borough of Leiceiler, Nor. it, xa, Dec 17. James Campbell, of  el, MicWlefex, ^Dealer, at'Chul^h�|^;, London, Nov. x a, i&9 Dtei'j. 'John &}Tid =2Segel, of XXngVarms-fJftfl'^^London^-Merchant, at OuUdhall. Dec.:^t..,, John fienty Bu-tells, late of London, Jtfejjehajjti at Gjia^ftM. Dec. lij. Benjamin field, late of Gracechurch-ftreet, London, Holier,, at Guildhall. Thomas Smith, iitre t>f Magpye-alley, London, Merch>ntj 4 Guildhall. 1 eb. i. 1 Thorns Wfiggleftvprth,.and. Richard. WatkihfoJ>, borh of^Le'eds, Yorkfliire, Lin* nea Drapers aiid Copartners, at the New Inn in Leeds._,.___ ^     AMERICA. . Baflo�t New*England, Sett, z 3. On a nao-. iion made, at a meeurig,- of the Freeholders,. �nd other inhabitants of the town, 011 the 18th intfanr, wit was liaanimoufly voted, tferx^^fMberOjis, ^lq; the M� derator," the Hon. Samiiel WfeUes, JE|qi the Hon. Harrifon Gray, Ef$   Rowe, ffq\ and Mr. Samuel Adaras> be, a Committee to draw up, and tranftnir, bjr the firlV opporfuhhy, to the Right:Hon.' General Conway, now one of hisMajefty^s Principal Secretaries of State, and 10 Colonel Ifaac Bar re, a Member of Parliament, Fe+ vera! addreffes, humbly expreffingtheflndere, thinks of this metropolis of his Majefty'j ancient and loyal province of rhe Maffa-chufetts-Bay, for their noble, generous, and truly patriotic fpeeches, at. the laff feflion of Parliament, fn fayoiir of the Colonies, their rights and. privileges \ arid thar cofreft copies of "the faint be deffreff, that they rnay'be de(fl|fued am.ong pur moft precfous archives. Alfo voted. That thole gentlemen's pictures, as foon as thdj can he. obtained, be placed in Fanetui-hall,a ftanding montimerjit to all ^oflerlty, of the viaue and jufticeof oitf benefactors, -aiwi a lafting proof of^jur gratitude. Attefi. William Cooper, {W&i-E/^i. To the    SINTER.. SIR,   RffMefaJf IbiKt been let alone- i but to prevent thii, the Duke of B recommended his friend the Lord W , whom we. e*pec>ed, Uifl we heard of his Grace's refignapoxK We then knew that the Great Ckmrm&^\n hrs lift for his Adminiftraticrni had ^^mouily recommended the Earl of LBriftol, ore, who from his conduct ia thofe puWic^eaiploy-rafints abroad which he filled With Co much dignity to himielf, and advantage td the public, and from whofe character in* private life we had ail'the reafon imaginable to wilh for his being fixed upon afterwards, and all the, hopes that wert poffible to flayer our-feives we mould have been happy under his government. When that Aduiniftration failed, and that ftrange onefprung up, whkh now t%-ifts among you, it was thought proper to break through the old maxim, and fend *w to us, who, in fact, is one of us, and therein difoblige a very great and popular Nubfeman of the country 5 who had no other reafon ever alfigned him for being refUfed the government of us, than>���r which fubfiftj in the prefent L-- L -v 1 '. We find that the celebfited Mr, -d H-T-me, .who attended his E "1 � cy to F~-, is to be with him. here* but it is be hoped, for hut Est-cy's Sake, that that learned Stuattifid gentleman will not infufe into his E 1 cy thofe frik-rifles and maxim* of Lord Strafford'* government of Ireland, .which he thinks and fpeaks fo favourably o� in his .hiftory.--- We have patriots here who think as hijghly. Of the Liberty of their Country, end Prin/ikr gis Of'theif fellow-fubjectsj.as your great Earl Temple and his great Kiufvtan Commtner does among you, and to whom we are as much..aitachedand united., as the generalky of the people, on your fide of the:water are to thofe two virtuous and dififtiereflied patriots.  ^^-ojrirtSle''*lo ^ an4^ boy^^pe^Bank, near Iflglail4 and.That ^e^Fntrpue^VT rtg^:who�r^bedinm of twelve gut-mentthefime, bit wi^Vh^r viewisTKM:' nfess, and fome ***S*; Z�M com, which known.' ^   '    � V ihey^htew wo-ttfew^ity but (bmefaUors ^LetterVfrear Bomiay, bf the Londpfi   ^mi.ng-to,.^ali^hetmrties-�mfecureo\ and diamari was td fail froth thence rot Europe" deliirewk mtothe hands of t}je thViftofMaV^fdVhatan accountof >onltabfc. her arrival is^ily/expJBc|ed. We^re mfofaed^   Dr. Dickens; Archdeacon of ciie county of Durham, is prefeofed to tlie'liviog .of ^yxon, in that county, worth, upwards of Sool. per annum. The Rev. Robert James, B. A. was on Friday1 laft prefented to the vicarage of Lfandfyadad, iathe county of Monmouth andxliocefe of Hereford j void by the re-(j^nmion of the late inbiimbent. Satufday a difpenfatjpn: pafiTed the leal, to empower the Rev. William Brown, M. A. late of Clare*j�ali> Cambridge, Chaplain to ttie. Right HonVthe-Egronoht,. to hold the rectory of Rew, in^th'e, county *of Devon and diocefe of E^ter, togefher with the reftory of Silver(pi,r.in Ihe-fahje-county and diocefe, worth- upwards Of 1861. pet ahnUth. The Lords of the Admiralty hive appointed Mr. John Wight to beCterk of the Iffues of his Majeiiy-'s ViilTuallrng;: at this port, in the rooni of -Mr. Gallon Marti-neauvdecealicfe      -    ' ;'     .:  Laft: week died, at his houfe at Bolder-ton, near J?fewarfcr NoMto^haninwre, 'Btf-' nteF^ Gach, �foi formerly - ah^/eminene Druggift in the-Strandi jtnd in thc^com-miffion of the. peace for the city and abe/ty of Weftminfter, and'ferved!^the dmce of High Sheriff for the county of Kpttingham in 176j. " On Saturday died, ia, the- a#th year of his age, Henry Coulfon. Efo^ fuh. in p�t-nerihip with his father, Henry'Couifon, Efijj Silk-merchant in Good man's-fields.  . On Sunday died, in the J4th year of her age, of a fever, the Lady of Theodore Morfef Efq; of Kenntngtoh, a Deputy Lieutenant of the county of Surry. On Sunday died at Epfom, the Revf John Wfialley, D. D. in the 75th ycar^of his age. On Sunday died Mr. Tunftall, matter of the Corn-marketcoffee-*houfe in Mark-lane* Monday died Mr. John Councilor, Wine* merchanr, near Featherftoae - Buildings, Holborn. Tuefday morning died, in Swallow-ftreet, lames Cpldhacp, �{q-y of the county of Bucks. Tuefday died Mr. Wilh's, Tobaccpnift and Snuff-maker, the corner of Giitfpur-ftroat, near'Newgate. On Sunday night laft the (hip Salisbury, lying off Smith's Ways, below the Hermitage, was robbed of upwards of sol. in money* a quantity of wearing appareL and a liunrberof other things.   ' " On Monday night one Rial^ a bosnboat-man, was {hot dead by fism.e of the feamen on board a merchant-fiiip l^ing off Rother-hithe. RiaU and feme of his confederates were endeavouring tO.get pn board to rpb.: .Monday' evening a hackney-coachman fetdown two women, whooi he had drove moft part'of the day, at Somerfet-houfe gare^- and yds ordered to wait, and take particular care of a bundle left irr the coach; when,  y i$ree fpot^pads, who 109k. FrornUbe^aCenfeej^, aQ^t'he'wag^hcriU,j.c?;, . Tuesday one Francis King was committed tp. New Pnifon, Glerjfenwetl; by Juilice Oolepeper, chargedwttti committing a ra;e on the body of Mrs. �tizabe>h Btlborough, a married wotnan  right ven-xricle ofthebrairt A cpagulatiou ofexcravaikted blood, abbat tB* fi^.of^a-Pigeon-> egg. All the noble pirn were |nund and gqfod, except att offificatioo' of'ihi; 'tximbrane t&ar divides the lobes of-the'tnuo/.'j ' 1 Hii Royal 0i|biefs had lieen aalicted with an Hydrdcefe-ui the' Scnomm,. i>om which a quarr of water bad beeu. taken.  , - Qrl rl^^wJ^Tle^ it' is .apprehended  that the death of his Royal^ rJighnd's.jvafr owing to a xilptufe of fome ulwxl-veCfci in, tne brain. Hrs Ro^il Higbne.frthe Duke of Cumberland, we htfarj^imraJtdiafeJy on being:taken ill, had a vein opened by the houfe Chirnrgeon, whom he had long kept about his ptrfon for fear of an accident j but rhe firifc venefe )qit^ boxnt. rie chief Cbm-;. mand> to Wstb-thegwjfe^wicbour the cuf� . tomaty rights paid tp his employnj�ut.  When "the .melancholy news-of. the Doke of Ctm^erlaiKl^'deathTeach^d'^/i/jdlbr town, it was received With.'tjje utfaoU concern -by ail ranks of people, ancf efpeclalljr byjshe-lal)OHrcr# on his Royal Highnefs's vy.pr^. vvho cried out they-.had Iqit their greater "bejieikdtor. It is faid, that when a certain osconom'icaJ nobleman 'lately obferved to the Duke,- that 1k could very well do without fuch a number of workmen, who coft him a prodigious fum, bis Royal Highiiefs replied, bat can thefepoor^people do withooc me f An an/wer, worthy the benevolent heart that gave utterancecd ic. Several large wagers are laid at,ihe weft-end of the town, that fome conndefabfc chaages ia the nuniflry will rake place before, the. meeting of the Parliament. ./ Colonel Barre, _ is now talked of to fuccecd Thjmas Pitt, Efq; at the Board of Admiralty. It is now. reported, that the Land-Tax for the next year vviH be but three IhiUii^gs in the paond. JThey write from Publin, thar at the ad-journmeiit of Michaelmas aflembly, held at the Thblfell of the City of DaWrn, on Monday the nft of C*aober tf6f, the- fo lowing mef-fage was lent fiora Khe SherifB and Commons \ to the Board of Aldermen. 
                            

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