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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 9, 1765, London, Middlesex                                WW        * , { Numb. 5935 From SATURDAY November to TUESDAY November 12, 1765. [Price Two-peace Hair-penny Froulthe London Gazette abl e of his Sardinian Ma fifty, the Prince and. PrintfiTes   of  this Caatt, and propofes toT fetcmt on Thurf day  next for Ver- failks. Laft Monday it was declared at thL that his ^pdiiiun Mayfly had named th de la Mamorit ro fuccerd the late Bail] the two nations. W what effeA this new + Court of Rom2� and on foberJy and orderly j which they itticlty obferved. On Saturday his Grace the Duke of An.-cafter, Matter of the Horfe to *he Queen, arrived at his houfe in Berkeley fquare, from his feat at G� imithorp in Lincolnthire. Same day the Right Hon. the Marqim of Granby arrived in (own from Ivs father'* fearf his Gvace the Duke of Rutland, a* Belvoir-caft.le in Lincoln&ire, and afterwards paid a vifir to their Serene Highnefles the Prince and P/incefs of Brunfwjck at Sr. II have- oh fome others the    J of On Saturday laft the Hon. Richard Rigby, roceeed e Count de la Marmdra dinary to the Cburr of 4 \ -r B A NKRU.PT.CY enlarge*. .Italy, particulaily on the Knights of Malta, .who, by their ftate* and in CQnfegjUJpee of theftatutes of ehe order, ate obligedxo treat all theCorfairs of Infidels as ep^es, and to do them all the harm pofliSle.   If this Xinfey Tyrcr, of Blmt's Buildings, retter J*ne; -Lhridon, at Guildhaull, Dec. 21. B A N K r u FT S required to fitrrenderj BeiVjfaimp Bfcwefy.iite of tHcujr SFWahft-, \e*t Itotcfa'er, �t the lign of the Hop Pdk a Worcefler/ Nov. 29, Dec. 9* * 1  tS'Uliiifr*XaUngfworchj" late ot tapping-ftrtet; in rti? parilb of Sr. JoluVs Wapyirig, -Middle- lev Sail makera at GoiUhail, Wfldcm, Nov. - 13, 1% Dec.'a 1. . .'"        *   i George b&zWoW&v or ..late of Legate hill, in' ihe Witir fif $t. Brides, London, Vint-. r  * 'Dec. peace, which-- is ncgociating this inconvenience will avife, rates of Morocco, and. othei dominion of the Prince of ih takes place, Place, for I'eland. J Saturday George Nclfon, Efqj the new window hasfince been flrontcly fccured. WtfU 'to'^fctvft ftiong feitenings to their cellar-wmtfotfej and' to take care ia have Uidu ciofe (hut up-every evening. Oo Thu^JuU*/' twa men, boTh brothers, near High Wycomb� B^cks, hmn& �oid*v ihe youngeft brorbery aanied J^hn Smirti9 and the'-eider, named X�-m3sf challenged each other tp fight, W;,>n jonn, at ihe fe-cond blo\yt ftrifctng his b*o h^r on ihe left tide of the temples; caafrd his immediate death.   John wasfecureda d commuted'O prifoo, Sa urdjy, as a carman was fhooing of ubbilh inioF.eer di.cli, the ihul-hoile dew back of a fuddenf andfiuiin-.o the ditch, by he rht? Ipor Lord-Mayor, accompanied by Sir \VHli3m J The. hoife, if is faid, .u-as uw.h i/pvyards aot at>y othine more t able Stevenfon, the late Loid-Mayor, Alder men, Recorder, &c, went in a private manner to Weitminiter-hall, and after the ufuai ceiemonies were over, returned in ihe fame private manner back 10 the Manfion-houfe. n _ On Saturday night the old Lord-Mayor qui'ted the Manfion-houfe, and the necef- of thofe nations with whom the* are at   fary .repairs ate ordered to be made for ,he war. Paris%  OS. go puiies 1 the 26, ner, at Gttiraftarr, Nor. tj, iGhu'Hmvron, lare of the paiifh of Sr. Bridge^ otherwife Sr. Brides, London, Jeweller, at Cufldhall, Nov. ly,       Dec, ax: ]attftss' Wrench? of Camomile-flreet, Ix>ndon, Owch maker, at Guildhal^  Nov. 16, zt?, Dividends to be made to Preditors. ftreet, London, Gokumitn, at uuuai 7^    Trthn  Treland. of  Kin2-ftrCtt ________________, / on the p�y        No- , blefli^ are juft exiled;. the Marquis de Piery is fent to Brive-ia-Qaillafde; and theCbunt Poitba.   It is faid that LOCO and John Chrifiian, Ut6 of Gracechurch- ininfter, Peruk^maker, Guildhall, Lan don. Dec- ^6. - Tbotoas tootel], of Weft Ham de i'Abadl of Pau, had been arrefte M. Borda, his unckt F* condudeu to the Baftrile. A veffel anived from Fernamhucco at Lilbon, the loth of this month, brought advice thither, rhat the inhabitants of the interior part of. Paraguay, .had made fome attempts to render themfelves matters of the _ Plata, and Co them. reception of the pr-efent Lord-Mayor, who is expefled to take poUeilion in about (ix weeks. * Hugh Hamerffey, of Serjeant's Inn, Efq; is appointed Secretary of the province of Maryland, by the Right Hon, Lord Bal i-moje, Lord Proprietary of the province, in the room of the Hon. Gecilius Calvert, his Lordlhip's uncle, deceafed. The Biihop of London ha$ api i>intei the Rev. Mr. Nathaniel Elltfun, Fellow of Merton College, Oxford, ia be one of the P/eachers of hi^ Majefty*s Chajel, in the room of Dr. Hitchcock, deceafed, late Fellow of Sr. John's College. On Friday tail Mr. William Chancellor ae � raaui, *�u u� ^*Th^7r furrendered his pffice of one of the three mandant was. endeavouring, to hinder Lord-Mayor^s Houflmld, Etfer, Callico dotu at Guildhall, Lon LONDON. Ma -   * Aijhur Clark, of the parifh of Sr. Giles in the Fields,. Middlesex,  Brewer,  at Guildhall, London. John.Steward, of Knighrfbridge, Middlefex, firewef, at GtailAlall, London. ,:Bettjamin, Field, iate of Gracechurch- ^London,; Hofier, at (juildhall. John Bentley^ of the pariOi of Sc. Mary, " Woolchurch-haw, London, Butcher, at Guild- ' lull. Dec, 17, Plowden Jennettx of flirmmsham, Linneri Draper and Mercer, at Guildhall, London. Dep;^3. Henry Barfley, of-Hagworthwg-fiim, in the county of Lincoln, Grocer and Cutler, at the Red Lion in Eofton. CerTIHICATE tabt atlwwtd. Nov. 30. Benjamin Hirftj- of Aylefbury, in the coiinry of Bucks, Shop keeper. , fince the deceafe Duke of Cumber- Court James's on the twxafion afterwards dined at tti Majeft ? Queen s palace, where they lay that night. Same <}ay the Rev, D% Joho'Deufttafc Carton of Windfor, preached .bef-re their Majeflies at the Chapel Royal, from St. Luke^ chap..2?, ver. 43.* 4  to day ihou lhalt be with me in Paradife.n HisGiace � of ftate. Mancheiler lq/l arrived the Mails from Flan-srs, and one from Holland. Florence, Oil. 14. Englifh Commodore hafh prefented L to the Minifter of the Regency of bill of exchange for the fum Tfipoly* who is here, a front the Bey his mafter, ofi: three rtioufarid-fequins, tehich he is to pay hy^Vay of reparation for(a ihip from Mab6n, which was feized by a Corfair of" that nation.   A report prevails here that Same day the Earl of Bute was at Court, but ftayed but a fhort time. Saturday night, a fe-.v minutes before ten o'clock, a fignalfrom WeftminRer- bridge, by the firing a flcy-rocker, w-as given, that the funeral procefllori of his late Royal Highnefs the^ Duke -Combe was began i  which lignaf being anfwered by another from London-bridge, minute-guns., were immediately fired at the Tower, and fo continued till (by a fecond fignal from   acquired a laige tormne. before the Lord-Mayor and Court of Aldermen, in favour of Mr. William Diggie, who was admitted by "the Court an officer in his room, ExtraS of a %fter from Biddeford, Nov. 5. Yefterday there was a iloop'ftranded on the middle ridbe of our bar, loaded wirh Irifh butter and beef j the crew quitted her, took their boat, and every man perifhed; the velfei was not in pieces, and quite dry at law water," A Dutch (hip, Laurence Haan, Matter; fipm Aichangel for Amiterdana, witii tallow andlinfeed, is loft on Spickeroog. Tuefday Jait Benjamin Hammet, fcfq; of I^ondon-itreer, was married to Mifs Louifa Efdaile, daughter of James Efdaile, tfq; and filler io Mrs. Hopkins, of Brinons in Lffex, They write from Bombay, that Mr, Chriilopher Morehoufe, Surgeon of the Afia Indiaman, died there the z8th of January lair* On Saturday died, at his houfe in Mermaid-court, Southwark, Mr. George Bar-ras, one of the molt considerable Coal Merchants in London; in which bufinefs he the faid places) it was known the whole by me late dreadful fire in Bi(bo['fgat our So,=,dgo, .hS Grand Dmchefs, is peg-   Q^f^Z fame a?in our laft. iThe chief mourners were, the Duke of Manchester. Duke of nam* Copenhagen Qfl. 12. A man named Jorgec Nieifenj of the-pariihof Rakleu, ngar Caftundeburgh, in Zelaad, died there a few daysfiqee, in the izoth year of his age. Hanover* OS. 25* The fucccflion which th� late Countefs of Yarmouth leaves to the of who WaJmoden, her ions, tne 1 .Phamberlain of the Court *h�. other Major ueneral ot our troops, is valued^: a miflion of crowns at leaft, not-tftanding y an anonymous correfpondent : W'e en^ige nor for the truth of it,-A few cLys ago a Hinfir, one "of his Royal rfighne-fs tne Duke of Cu:iil-crlan*.;'s Dependents, went to his Hijd'-icfs's dii:f Page, and cold bim that it was not his Power to pit : on mourning for his late Rcy A Miftcr, I ur if I he would be fo good as ro i-ive him .1 hut of ceremony was ended. The great bells in ' ftrect,Gracechuich-itiee:, LeadenhaU-itreet, j moftof the chflroh-fteeples within the city and Ccrnhii!, onThuifday laft, feveral ra- | of London, alfo'continued tolling until the    milies and peifons aie in ihe utuioit diltrefs, funeral was end*d.-The proceffion the   and from us rapidity many have loll their ail, it is to be hoped, from the experienced , Uuoaai.uy oolc, ' containing feveral memorandums, and Pan it-Notes to the value of 19^7!^ IkrJiifg^ "ai' w:-.i .h he carefully fealed up, and rertirned ro n,.- cjen-tleman he had the clothes of, who promf-d 10 gee him hantlforacly rewarded tor his honefiy. Thurfday niflhr, about eleven o'clock, -^lr. EJilon Glover in riolboru, was robbed of his har, \\ flreec ro made off '!own Ma^.-ye-ally, towards Fetter- 1 me. A few nights a^o a gentk*m.::i g.)ing from the Rrgifier's-ofhc; i.i Ci:z:ccvy-h::':y  to his houfe in Hdtcon (f\'.;d-:n /ig, and ne^r fxteeji iliil^-igs, by mo )bl>e;s, iii Cal.ir-j-.ird; who afcerw.uds , was audiciouiiy attacked, about eight o'clock, and robbed of fe-ve/i pounds, with which t;;o rogues nude clear off. To the Genilem,en, Ciergy, and Freeholders of the County of Llicester. Gentlemen. H N Mtetivgy bad the Honour Hwanlmottjly to his ncrmnattdto reprefent this Ccwity hi Parliament^ in the room of r>,y iate Father j / take the e&rlieji Op-port unity of returning my rt.oft grateful Thanks for thts Favour, and rtqueft your rctes and In-tereft t-n the Day of Lfe&hn ; ajfuring yoU% that I   - each Bottle fo .'-Jra-frtKvvkKP^ tValker's Xiik.) r*;:. a e the moft pkiftoiLttiA-ihfttHsb^Cure tor i& \\ca^ie(Us m bain Sexc*, iixafiou d by Artim, MctruruU, &c. and n t>ll Caf� of a certain *^ifora�i, luvc i.o Mcr^unals 'iithtfr Oouipofition/ Totr:      At ,vi.r Warchoiife. the riibie and CrovrtK ac tRe funcraj proceffion off warehoufc in Milk-ftreer, whieh, if it had j :xk ^    ^,^/ea^�, i�irdtiP, wi^Vw^ !^te Royal Highnefs ihe Duke of,Cura- not been umely difcoyer.ed, would fpoa t - - - oeilandrsavc^ariicaiarorde^ I Jiave let the houfe ia a 9atoe/ Thccdtoi *t$t
                            

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