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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 16, 1765, London, Middlesex                                - * �-f J  * j _ *2,"-tiKsf' 4   *� J 4       * Ntrr.b: 593 9 f.-1765,   i (Price" 3'xyo-pe�ice Haii-pciiry From't he&aitiKHt ?Sa z ett4& V itmrtecHately juin^^'diH of the.-ch&ife* ifettttrittd the chaife*bcife; nod rode after ing irfo ah ho7 difofaced^ 1 #fF. dtittEt tWipg die Of/er t>f Mafia T&efa Tite <3 uie^^roriftifc focmed next weeR la t of-his Riwd Bigli^eTf- th^Dfcke^Feuin* .t,i i ,berkn, his accomplices, * redine la ecreiar^ a       t v "w � r rrTo-'wbicii they' were introduced b^nhfe Right Hob. Hepry Seymour C^'njyay, * i^"' * one Of his Majpftj^ prir.^-^*-"--" SiaWj^and^conduaed b Efq4, iAfitftarit Ma!lef o St. jamtfs, Ho*.14, 'Xffi day^the dela Maraor^ESvoy^traofdinary the Sing of' Sariirnfij, had his *udic�c& o leave of her Ma]e&y. And afterwards the &rpn:4e~l*Pcffierej Us fudciflor in ^e funi ' M ^ private audfeoce of 1iet;Mij0y.. !      .- 1 whkh they-�r�r# i#^dttGedHbj thej Righ t Hdn.. the, �arj, pf Hareourt, tor Maiter ^JMaLwsll ni^rjoined4}^ ioiy - - and giving Jjid ewo firta}] l:4i5s ui place of rhe ejei, rhey replaced the fki^i of 'the tor:nr/cn4nee :mU fewed it down.   Thify next extracted ail The tiiufcul^r parts of the bot^y, fupptying the places with dried vegetable Jubilances, �nd having in fhort taJten away froru^hebady rhe chief part ot what conftituccd the material frame of their dead lyord, excepting the   bones and lkui,   they buried xhijiufing of tlie Jaxter, whirii paffed tuider hii name, with much pomp, after purling it in a veflel of pickle. Tlie'^a/ contents of rhe body,-nungled'.snd tofTed rogefher pro* mifcuonfly, \\rere careJeAJy phized :it his fcer, in theaforcf.ud vetfe'ls."" Tue genrieni^n retired from the fokmniry fliocked ac 'the refpedl and veneration paid by tlvefc iJolators 10 t^eir dii-ceafed Prince. The reflection "of the.rel.ixor was very nattt-tural on this occJion 5 wliich was, that however immaterial it nughr be whar became of a dead body, yet to- muJtgle it fo grofsly and indtiltrk)u/]y, f/ora anorinnof doiirgic honoj^r^ is ro ike lalt degree favage and ridicnloos  and tit Postscripts of aU the Evening   oniy aifonban �lier i,1irrnceofthe.,ibfUrdi[,y of ChaTrifeerlarn to her l>y  rdfr  What \- a hard Fare, for r\vo Sitter9 ^^f^unV  We^'t I "So" the Gemiernen, Clergy^ and Freeholders DutcJjcflej here who play a{ thoniaad^ pound 1 - dark benighted reafb^, when not iJJtunined by the lighr of the CioffieJ. On Saturday loft as Mr. Shopman,' a Pafc^, of Upian upon-Scvem3 was returning - ' Hmhe from Worcelter market, he. was (Inick with an apopfex^jand t'icd oq.liis IwrleVback. ^uTo^J^fo;w^J Hon, Hetoty: Seymour .Cojtway, JA^..; of 4iis" M^jefti^ ^rbtipal.-S.gc^iari�vO Stare.-      'condufteii ty.^Siephen-Cotttep,] iliji Aflift^rirMafter.of the Qarempi^;  \ � A UK R U Pit S reqidni *ojUrrh*&r* ? Binjaitiin Bayroii), of Barley itrHei'tfonSrbc,i Linnen draper, November #9,; 50, D.ec.; i8. f Lcn^, and a Mafler of the Cer ctnc>aie5, who ap- ^itccl *lh; afifp^te'Wourniajg^ (would yba qf ihd'Couqty of Leicester. GfcNTt.fi men, I A.the next mdrnin� after hxs/IgAl Irs are fent tor Wool wicti- for a rquan-? fttify of mliiiarf ^ftpre^to begqj jp ?eadirt�fs %rba|bfptJor Sen^ai, which are,to barfeiit to embark f6r that place,, . � /   .  On Ff iday aCajcurfa Eaft It^ratp^ni e to.tier kuiOfTnfi^t^W I . ciih�. OhSatOrday-laft Mr. a A. S^pr Jch:i jone.s,-of Coventry, eookftljcr,-at theM i^i> Sir. 4 idiightj jun. of Brentwood in TSlteSt, Woolftaplexs and partners, at pec, 14, Betij-miu Johitfon, of Hackney^ Mid* dltfex, Dealer and'Chapman, at GtultthaJJ. . Dec y. William Mmveli/oftl^ StrangIkaber-dallier, at Guildhall,- intl iibk.cn the'iyhof Novetnbc*inlfaSf^ aiadverrifed- fcfc^iv JOecember x^/ Thdcias Coffee, p&si^4�ne, St, Benaet, Shereho^ Packer; at ftufidhalL t)ca    Ridurd AtUe, of Utrie ^1^1^ at Guildhaii.       '      :      *: Dca 7. Thomas Graven, of Chefter* Qfbcer. feis laft ThUrf^y ey^entn^ wljfcfiLhp g^e'for ^e^nefit of |he fuitter-ej s fc>y the late fire in 8iibopfga;e-Meet;  3hing io auchmomTi atdid * her �.cyal highnefs the. Fra^.0ftv^^yaleva two of Lhe young Priiiceir^^ntilwr SerdOc Eighaefs the Prioceft. of Bi Rewt and returned 0 town to Sundaft h&c ivai Agreas Jft^al Highneltea th? Duteo Henry F�ec die" day. died at IQtvington, in Kent^ De^2ii Oallow, fifqj one of ihe Cdmimf- fift&f of. rhe Salt Office. ' S� utday died, in Brtdgewarer-fquare, Cap- taktfiulfc/ioae of the tlder Breiiuea of the Tri#ffibufe, It isrepoeced, thar a bill will be hmnghc into the Houic of Conwions next feflion, to in-fliS heavy-penalties upon the en proffers of any kind of commoditjrneccflary for-the co^veni- . r _^.......... _ bucefter^ ye^j of thf' I^phility and f6r taft, wefe present. Same da� thc^ev. Mt. D^dd.frebendai$ of Bf�^^pr#h^d^b^r* ,*er JVft find We. '\t$l the SwoJtMif ^ Royal. was '*hat he oughoy d^ Broke �ar _ jfe the Duke.jof* GIoiK celt er^sbeen^e^ntedeWiOl hi* late Rojte* VtsM Sjjot]and; ency bi life. " Private letters from Madrid fay, rhat- the catholic miniftry have Jowered their Reminds for the; damage fuftaiiied by'the fiegebf Minil-la, to half a million of dollars. They .write from Peufaqola, that a Rhode-* Iflind; te. Any j>erfOJ1 or ^ ions enterrai/tij)g or harixiuring l.inj from his faid Matter, ihall be prof cn �xl'a5 the Law di* � rc$s, hy the Jaid tjfdxTt ^ndett. Aial entered �pon imme ia'ely, THAT wellIcnotarn Inn the Wh^Te Lyon � Ziu>Ikh, near B^m^tz Aiib the Meadow Lwd belonging (if reqitire-J.) The Goods, dec. to be taken at a faa^Ap^railcraenC Foi further Particulars enquire attbefaidlnii; or of Mr. Rofs, bulkier, in Piccadiily, London^ Heher. 4    - gers adv which        iaUcd Ism itoysl ;1ie^l�aii|^Ml%%^�    " had ajprived th^fe frtfnlCayenrie : They -ife, .thatthis fctrkmem has-been totally di&tuedby famineand-iickneff} cliejr all gladly tboH* the paths of alleg^aiioeto bis Majeily^ and were, preparing to fettle wirbin the grant of Deani? Rolle, Efq; in Appafathti Bajr. ?By -onb of the Eaft Indiampn lately-arrived, ivve ar*iafora*xl, that afeat^Ian 30'de^ iy. !tnin. 4* autl'Jmig; yy deg; io mi�. rhe ^fliip behi^ driven by itre&of weather ^nicijr ito the northward, wa* forced; pwi^uo* creek in the. Illindpf'Mstiwfbk* ro.xejjtfi* fomeSaoaages received.   NVhile thcjf'iiy h^e, cerst m- the Aiporeargo^ and two or ttuEtte Vited by the civility of the native*, ventured to make a Jittle cxGorilon into the cotuury to 7y was p Price 1 s. 6d. neatly bound %a Red Leather, with Pockets for Notes or Letters, jgAU>WIN% JOURNAL; The 1Sentltnianr$ vaATradtfmans Complete Aniivax. Accouwt Book, for the Pocket or Desk, For thfrYear of Our I#ord 1766. ! Containing fifty-:wo double Pages* exaft'y iukJ ot* fine Writing f�piT� far Arp lintmenrs, Mcui:rin.iurn$t and AcCO.r-rc*i evtrJ        *n c**c Year. 1 To which are prefixed, The Holidays, or Feft^vals ffttd faftfc reraiJ-k^blc Days, an4 Terms, Sec. Publx v^iSces vrtieftkep: ; XH\i \nd Hours �>r Bu>inij aM belling all JOKI of Goverauicac s^cuiiii 5, in cfie molt corre& T^f^V faofh Honfes of Parliament: M�Q| ofcfuj TtVV*,   and 01 her Particulars coovemcut &r Uls 1   Printed for R- Baldwiflj in Pater-noter Row. *�* -  is at the Bcucmol tiu   

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