London Evening Post, November 14, 1765

London Evening Post

November 14, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 14, 1765, London, Middlesex From THURSDAY November 4 to SATURDAY 7^5 {Price Twcnpenct? pt:n> y Thyrfday arrived a Mail frm Holland. 0#: 2 3. S the conferences "which have liither- xo bcgii held, in order to fettle, in an amicable man- 6ut the Court hive no doubt that fent MiniftWs will be able to keep their places, and to gain in Parliament thd pa* triotic points they have in view." A certain Merchant's houfe failed at Hamburgh the 3d inftant, for a large fora, which created a great confufion on tne Exchange there, as it was no ways expelled, Merchant _____ hitherto proved in- the/two parties have agreed to jtfake- rrinqe Cartoryik}, Great Chancellor of Jtithunia, Mediator between them. Tne impartiality of this Nobleman, joined to his great underftanding, and his love of juftice and good order^ give reafon 10 hope that he will be able to bring about this accommodation- � ' V . . ner, the points in difputebetween the Clergy and the Ci . vil Pow^r, have I millfon$ oc marls lubs of is. 3d. each. a very large trade, ^nd making a very grand appearance, as if he had been ' " on \hefe18 years- part, .and is 7467 toifes and a half Jong. Coil Michael /rem Spitta/, neat "Sen- i Nowmber9 j. Yefterday at five o'clock, the weather was gay and ferene, thefea was calm and fmooth, the fifhei.^en, to the number of td before nine the f��-face of rhe fte was agitated fo thar~uo boat oj Id live. the l>i/b can only be equalled by Euati^H Humanitv." �' * X^ednefday was married Jame*' Mafon* Efq; late a Purfef in the Royal Nayy, to Mifs ifabelli- Watr^ of Duke-faeet, Ca-vendifh-fquare. Tuefday dfed, irnEitex-ftreec, in the 8$th year of his age, Weynfan Lee, Efq; one of the Benchers iiuhe loner Temple, Same day died, in New Norfolk-ftreer, Chriftopher Winttanley, Efq- " * Wednefday died Mr. Alderton, Corn-chandler, in fii(hopf^a:e-ftreet. On Wednefday died at Chelfea, io the 94th year of I:is age," Peter Stainbank, Efq;' lace an eminent Timber-merchant in Oxford-road, poffeffed of a very large fortune : this gentleman had been blind 1? years. at Lord Spen- He is a the King's pa-fdbn for him.1 He now'ap* pear'd ftupifyrd ; fuch an impiedfQn had the fears of-death ma /young ?fellow,-about 26 years of age; and Vftiioped hisMajefty's clemency will in-dtjci.him to'f^end the remainder of his life in-albetttr fhur fday, at twt> ii> rhe Elc^e ce Thurfday morning died, r'>houfe i.i Sr. James's P All the inhabitanrs tu>r>ed and nothing was to be hfearu but the cries ci Mwnieuorcoineirimpertai ivjajeu.c., u,.u women and hiJdrcn rendinfe :he air> The the 19th mftant, m the 67tn year of his ^pft.fliocklng fcenecverJ{H?tfnf fo that no 9Ser...  ^ ^ _ . fpeAator could have been Unmoved. To dfiHr*,: 0&. jo. There is no g�eat appearance of efFefting an accommodaiion - tetvvcen the Duke of jWurtemberg, and the Spates-of that country. In the mean  ' time feveral Jetfers fay, that molt of the : Officers ^whom. that Prince has difebarged, gre gbneto offer their fervke to the Em-prefs of Ruf&aw 4 Haotbwgbt Nov. 1, There has been a great fire-at Calmer, whera upwards of 160 houfes are reduced to afhes. compleat the horror, the hunicane continually encreafed, fo 1 hat before eleven no veffel of am burrhen cbuld live within Ber* wick Bay, reckoned to be nine miles in depth. LONDON. tordiip Wednefday in town from houfe nor-fqrtaTe. Thurfday the Right Hon. the Earl and Counted of Cardigan, and their fapriily� . came from their country-houfe near Windsor, totfieir houfe in Privy-Garden, White- 6*1U : - ftejy^-^aisQre^ori C&ancellpr flightly indifpdfed at his hotife in Lincoln's Inn Fields; on which account^ his Honour th$ Matter of the Rolls has fat in the Court � of Chancery in his rocun. Explanation of 'the Stationers Almanack for i76d-^-NoTth-America difcover'd, and conquer'df . A record of the commiflion tahted by King Henry VII. to John and ^ebdOianCaiJot,to-difeover unknown regions on'iWcontinent and iflaods of North America; by whofe produce, trade, and commerce, more riches are biought into England, than Spain receives from the mines of Pern and Mexico. Plenty emptying a Cornucopia of the valuable produce and trade of the Braid* empire in America. His Majefty King George III. feated in his toyal robes,; with a crown on his head, and * Iran cbuchant at his feer, recommending �his American dominions to the care of Tv�ce am* fuftice. rricaV-as ft has befin Hielf cuquera oy ana Our-felves* to feiieve the widows, and father-lefs \ try what you can do among ^our friends/ and your orders (hall be pufl�ually executed. I own the^ who. have fuffered were ftrangers to you, fo*are their diftrpffecU families ; %at -few, very few, I hope, art ftrangers to fellow feeling. Therefore if by your influence any thing for their relief can be done in London, let me know, and I will immediately diftribute the relief in the moft fuitable manner, and wait the return," Thurfday among feveral donations fent Sir Georee Arayand's and Co. Ban- fuf. putabie Painter atOakingham in Berkthtre. Thurfday night died, in great agony, the man that was toffed and terribly gored by the mad ox in Cloth-fair, on Monday in the afternoon. According to the beft calculation, r for fome years paft, one third, at leaft, of .ihe people that have been born in this kingdom, have died under two years old j and the Weekly Bills but too fadly .evince, thauhii mortality among the young part of'our fpecies feems to be ftill increafing.- As the ftrength and the riches of eveiy co,untry depend qn the number of its inhabitants, thefe haity Glides towards depoisolation can^ afford n& vtry pleating profpeift JUe ar* allured, that his Rojal Highncfs rhe ]tte Duke of Cumberland died inreitite, and that Letters of Xdrmniflration will flionly be grant advife, that the French are udw IwikH^g among cou to Sir George kers, Cornhill, Arayand's and Co. for the relief of the A map of North, Ame- ferers by the late fire in Bifhopfgate-ftreet, &c, were the following: From the Lord High Chancellor 1001. The prefent Lord Mayor, 50 I. with a proraife of 50 1. more if wanted. The Worfhipful Company of Grocers, jo 1. with a pVomife of 501. more if wanted. At ttaeiid of the Benefit Lefture which teriry, endeavour to find out the remedy j for"it certainly muft touch not only every parent, bq_t every other perfon of common burnaniry^ .who. does but reticft how .vaft a number of thefe tender bloffoms are crop: in rhe early bud, or pine away wuhout ever arriving at maturity. Thurfday next, the 2rft inft. is, we he^r, fixed for th&elediion of a ileftor to the living of Gainfcolne, in the county of tifts,  in the gift of the Governors of CtriftVHof-pital. The Candidates are, ihe Kev. Mr. Whalley, Upper Grammar Matter, and the Rev. Mr. Penn, Under Grammar .Maf- the Rev. Mr. ter, Lovekin, of ChriftVHofpital , Minifter of the Broad Weftrninfter the Rev. Way Mr. Chapel in w ciiiiiiuxLwi � Ditton, Curate and Lefturerer of Sc. Mary, Iflington, and the Kev. Mr. Peiic. A gentleman at the weft end of the town Mr. George Alexander Stevens gave at Plai- ha5 received fo great a (hock by the fudden fterers Hall, on Thurfday night|laft, for the death of his iate Royai Highnefs the Duke benefit of the fufferers by the fire in Bifliopf- Gf Cumberland, that he has aftuaily ordered gate-ftreet, he thusaddreffed hlcftfelf to his, a cofjjn t0 be made for himfelf, the lid of auditors: LaJies and Gentlet&efi) t ^'/The exhibi;er takes the'liberty to conclude the Lefture this evening with an ad- which is to have neither fciews nor nails, but to be fattened with two hinges on each fide, anc open in the middle, like a folding door. The coffin is to be brought to his at hw>fh-dU pjcafe to ap^dintr Several letters by rhe UR mail from France c-ipiral fhi]>s of Wkr in tht d-frerejit jx>rcs of .(hac kingdom. - The fame letters fay, rhat a'rreaty^-of commerce is nearly concluded between the Cmu*ts o&France ar.d Spain \ which, it isfiid, will be of the utmofl atl\anrage to the trading fub-jefti of thofe two kingdoms. '.We are roid from Paris, chut tlie ArchMfliop of Lyon had jtift wrote a letter co rhe King, which it was expe&ed would give gu-ac farisfacliou to his Majefty and cite Parlianienrs, A Pafloral Liftrinflion was likewife faid to l>e in tlie prefs, which the public were waiting for with much impatience. They write from Hanover,, that the Counters of Yarroor h's rfifouler was an v.ccidem in her hreaft, of which Ihe chofe rail'.er ro die, than to fnffer the paiiis of amputation. Tiie firr.e letters ac!d3 that fhe is extremely regretted (here, on account oi her many good qualities, and particularly for htrr very great Chariries to rhe Poor. We can from good audio: iry a flu re the PnMic, that two very popular gre.^t Men will (hefore the* Meeting of Parliament) join the Mhiiflry, to add Strength and Vigour ro meaftnes rliar are prefenc the prefejjc ruoi^ ^greejLJc carrying on for the Honour of their Kin the Hainunefs of his ::^�uK�. And we are 3> drefsto his audiejiceon the occafipn of this houfe on the 19th of next month, he then their meeting. " How amiable muft that Alie biy ap entering into the 68th year of his age. Gazetteer. he & Ndvem^erjVunder the ,f0flo^ _ fcdfoKl, Vhofe eloquence is Known, the head of a party, at in that Affem- and ..........fo?mmg to jitftify, Wy; ihe -condud the eld Miniftry to oppofe Whatever *ay be linden a ken uy the prefent Miniftry: |^ char.ging or iup-preffing any of "iljc-afts ur regulations etta-blifted by their p.ede^ort. Tne : arty in the oppoGtioa � iccr�affinefs of his Ant! \vc are alfo informed, that no perfou whn enjoyed eirher places of Trail, or Honour, by the Favour of a certain unpopular Nobleman, wiJl be permuted ro hold them. We hear the Merchants of Hull and orIrer tra-ding towns ^i't he north off England, are preparing an application to the Triuiry houfe for a- Hoaciug light to be,moored this winter in the mouth of the river Bumber, as a mghr direc-tioafor.ihipping in the coaliing tr*de. We.are afiured, thar-cLim?. rn rhe full ;-0iount of r\\enry-ib'.)r thonfaiid iouisX ha\e already beeji hrrught into ojieof th? Inf irai^ce Offices only, by part of the luffe cis at the ]*ie dreadful confl-*grari^n, iii'ComhJL ~ from Pqfimi loftlhs beginnihg round Ia\id erday mor-ning at eleveti b'cUct.; Uffi*:. wd valour twin vinuei 5 and the preparaucm accoidinely broiight upoii.dec^ but juit as he was Txiejamesana auwror, tp"Ne\yfouoilland ihd I'.lcafa^u , of h& month near \St. M*ry, New-jircrf hef cargo and fon�e of the materials of the fhip were .faved. ' "On Tuefday lafta Crtmt y Drover laving received I.,at a Noli mail's borf- tl e U ft- a Pob i . Loi-fc couhr over them�ui^ in \\ 1 -ich m! by two* men then prefci.T, hty followed iiim as fir as DundaJdc in H'-Iff mitre vvh^: rhrv robbeil-bim nf all I)is cafh, and left bun of adk'icc^ yy.. En- l-K*H!g obfrtPt - and every I ^vith the following piece ion ---- - a j Nevrr more -to -dirpJay.his money u\ a ^��<| ^1 ;

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