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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 19, 1765, London, Middlesex WarfeHA TE&D&Y a'u unfortunate . Accident happened ro his Ma- .jefty*s brother, the Great Chamberlain of the t Crown, ijrbo ^/eil j from bisk borfe. as he was hunting, and received fo vi ^ olent ,a blow, that fkofe who were pre-ft^id not tynk it poffihle for him to futvite teiiy fciiniit^s; 'but, 'immediate afltftmce being �fven, he isimv )iulgfcd;tobe Out of all danger, Berlin^ jfrv. 5/ Ifefleirday beiiig the QUeeit ^'PM^^;tfi^r^iy>. her' Majefty fewM** -tie mbtaitig, k^ry m^roqs and^Jlpfco'd^" Iwee^-when Jfiid received the compliments uAm! on: tbst occaftta,' trim The Princefs Dowager of in this town, is, by the^aftSf ajttl of Queen's College, prefemed fort! tofy of HickJia�, in the deanry.xtf Nottingham Rev. Mr. Ra Manfell, Rope-maker, of Sr.JaraesVparffh in ibecfiy of BHilo}, aged about if/y^'Sr, Edward Bedford. Efqf of tilts' town Iiiflices RbyaJ Family ^ prefer* Iq town j as $i!fo from -the Foreign Mi nilfejxand pbief NoUlify hire. lujthcEvening hei; Rtiy4 H^hi^is the Prliicefs. Jpowiiger of Prnflia gave at :h�r :hpufe^.in hbaonr of the day, a cftoft grand and' mjig^cetK frpper to the Queen of Priiflia and tfie iefi ^rf&t Rpj laid, iba n to eafe bis conference, lie-was fent to our bridewell in this town 5 the landlady wa& applied to, who Y^membered he had lodged it her houfe the Time he mentioned, but knew _ of being robbed. Manfeil was thenVaered tb Weckafed, and paffed home to;Briftol, by the faid Juftice ? and on his being discharged, -faid he wasdifappoinred, for he* honed to have been tranfpurren*. sm -Alq; fon and heir to the worthy Sir William John fon, Bart, his Majefty'sSuperintendant of Indian affaiis in the northern dtitri&of America. On Saturday night feveral packets were fent by the palt for Falmouth, to be^ut Oil board the HiUborough Packet, which are Taid to contain fome further inftru&ions to the Governor abroad, relating to the new Scamp Duties' in the Colonies. Extra3 of a tetter from Jamaica, Aug. 29. " We have juil now the melancholy news of the unhjppy fate of poor Lieut. Smith, a worthy man, and in the'66th regiment here $ he was g"ing in a fatal 1 veffel from Kingiton to join his company at Savanna la Mar, when the Negroes r'ofe and murdered him, and. the matter of the vetrel and k ten. three foldiers got the better of them ed everv Neero. to the amount of and brought in theve(TeJ." His Majefty's (hip Zephyr,-Capt ciilton, from Newfoundland, is orde be paid off ai Portfmouth. Ha- John and Margaret of Sunder-he wanted to be in America, and thought J.land, Stephen Thorn pfon, Matter,* way ftrnk the 71 h inttanr, in attempting to gei The Cre-v were of^his means to have go^ his pafl: ^'? # died in this ivtixk. Mf Xpth the JFordjgn jJrinc^il UdbHity /ifcemfe aflrftoi: - The ended' wkfta baii whfcti fcfteif 'oJT five Mlmfterl' and } John Bigaal^Boaifwain . of.4iis M into BurlingtQn fav lipBiitannie^iie' was an able, diligwt, andhuma A few d^ys ago a. new fhip w^s launched a worthy, affable,* and j at Dept-ford. for the Eaft-India Company's daprs ago the H*reditairy Prini arkh * thi Princefs his iprions propo*.'d for eredting. a mofiument in the mefftwHun church of England to the memory of his Royal Highneft rhe Dnke of Cumtn:rknd, inetts with grear* enrouragement j and it is hoped the de/ign will foonbe cairied zirto execuiion. A curious. niar(>fe Hnlt'bf the Right tfon. tbtLord C^mijen, we are, informed, is now exectuing by an an emineiir arritt, to be placed in the Temple of "Worthies, at Stowe, in Buckiiigh^mfhire. Letters from Naples, by the way of Rome, advi^^thac the trench Amluflador at 'rtiat Court fct out fuctdenly" for I^ris in rfie iughc. berween the 23d and 24th putt, on accotnifcas it was gen^r-Uy faid," of-'a fmuggler's l>eing forcibly rak
47*� 5cal.eactt-22,95^, Jdcj.-^J;^ IT*V99 S7i?i4i ?4�c98, J8,579i and5,158 joke^ch. reet >hn Perkins Dec 13.- J t ifi-^lie parjih o&St. Paul, Covent Garden, Middlefex, Apothecary, at Guildhall, London. George l*id�tr, tht younger, of Bufy Cottage, in thecountyof Northumberland, Manufacturer Of Iron and Steel* ae GuildhiJ), Lon- �*5 j�n% tfiat let of ^h^ptirfftiart ^eb^?^s Qoakers, fo reqaatkafile for their :C caaf icy, being generally the firft -'mi for p omoting charity, and works. ahd co V of her age. Com 1 the 3ylh year ailrjii to their fellow-creaiuws^ eirtwp weeks meeting with ^oo)^ efl come to a refokiuO A letter from Plymouth, ifated the tcJth I ouvof tnu'r grand ftock, or fund, five uuu- feufo/i^ from bis beautiful , AofGffie/i, i'ltheLuJce of L Bjennt (where he had juft ftrrtled himfeif, a& he hofed out of'tfie"reach of hiseneraie*) and from their, territories. 1h� Order he jiinmitied to vrith patience jmi humility. He is lodged,' at preftwr,. in a fma^U bnt chearfi liftfe' citjj of If a new perfecotinn fhbbl(t arifif againft hlhi his rerreat wii^ Pfffo&x. wider tiie imroediare proteftiaa ^ii?ffi^^t^fiSifit 'T^uaKti, \^fio b;.rfi bfen pleafed con(^anrly and preflingly to offer it tofhim." It is reported^ that a yriing Lady ofcon fid�w d>lc fort uhe, rl�^c,To Iwve beert dead fome time^ has Ia-'^Jy made ber efcape from a iSun-nery in France, where (he bad been contfi-ed above five y^ars, 1^ the great joy of her mo- don. inftant, fays, This day a foidier, fervani to an Officer of Marines, being accufeU by rrd aithe chief happy ther, who lives iioi far from Squares one of the his matter of defraudine him, n> a conlide- I �^ tiie ^veral wards and parifhfc^a.-e likely ! formed houfe Dec county of Suffolk To the S I R, rable value* poifoned himfeif, of which he died the fame day : immediately chem Z or do we w^it for Fremidi/co^eriet, an hn tumry heartily joins wi h me in wi&ing fpeedily u>te biou^t into execution. real friendGreat Britain. COUiftXY N�WS. On Monday the Earls Gower and Walde* grave fet out from* Lord Gower*s houfe, in Arling^cui-jffireetvSt.Jam^, for Bath.. And The (d^9 dif the Countefs of Walde-- grave fet out from her houfe 10 New Bur- Imj^cto-flreeVfor Knaveilock in Etfex. On -Monday evening the Right Hop. Lady'Bateman came from her feat in the country, to her houfe in Cleveiand-row. 1 Tuefddy night the Right Horn the Earl and Gountefs of Suffolk came from*their feat*ip r4ie country, 'to their lioufe in Buke- 'fireeb'Weftmiafter. On Monday evening, and dot pefore, arrived at his houfe in town, the Right Hon. Loid Adara Gordon, Colonel of his Majeily 5s 66th fe^wnent of four, and Member of Parliament fwr Aberdeet^fiire/fro the Weft-Iiuiies^ bur lalt: from^w>^r With'hi^Lordlhip came Qvct John jo ho fo ^ambeth-mar&, Mr. Field, an e'mirieht Wax-chandler. On Monday died, at her apartments on the BoWlin^-green, Southuaik, in the ipjd ypar of her age, Mrs. Bridget Allen, relift of-Mr, William Ailen, formerly an eminent JJ.azieu Shfe had been a widow upwards of 6c years, aftd left no ilfue. On'Monday the body of a young woman, wefl-dreffed, iw as talc en up floating near the Hermitage, who Appears 10 be the only daughter of a confiderable tradefman in Snadwell. Ii is faid a love affair was the occafion of tnU fatal cacaltrophe. On Sunday laft a well-diefb'd man; ^oaflfenfier" on board one of the Gravefei tleman of the Ifltrd'.o'f Jerfey, hid fome little rime fince fent Ids fon, of alxjnt ten years old, to. Caen in Normandy^ for his edneat inn ; not-xvitbttanding his childhood, the pnelts decoyed bini from the place in which he boarded, and havfc fhw him np in the convent jDes Nouveauc Cojivcrties j he has been frequently � demanded as a Brigih fubjeft, by the perfoni wifh )vhom he lived, but to no pt^ofe ; he is not even pernurted ta fee them, nor any one, bur in rhe jrefence of the Prietfs, before whom the child is afraid to exprets his inclination. The parents *re incoiiloJahle on this account. Ic is w hoped this may prove a fjntary caurioii to fucU as are inclined to give their children an education at no rime proper for an Englifli fubjedt. Saturday night a perfnn who profefTes bleeding " hanged himfcjf at hid lodgings in Oxford-roadj but was fortunately ctit down aJive , his reafon for this ralh a&ion was, his having fome weeks ago cut rhearfery of a Ji^ighbour's arm uiTflcilfnJJy, w hich had greatly prejudiced hisbufmefs, New-Tork) Sept. 7. We hear fiom ^7irgi-nia, that upon the a� rival of the Stamp. Mafter there, the Gentlemen of the place invited him to a ball at night, and treated him with the ntmoft polirenefs. When that was over, they informed him, that'his baggage was put on board another veffel, which was to faf for London th> nexr morning, and advifed him to taks paffage iu her without delay, lcii -hi-* life IbOnld be endangered by his flayuig there ano- a I .therday. The advice, iris faid, he rook, and >firi whet lie., was itanding on the deck, he was (as Is apprehended) fuddenly feized with a hr, near �1 iff, .fell into the river, and was drefwned. He was heard to fay, by feme of tlie paffengers, that he was going tp ttie Comraidioner at Chatham on buiinefe. - Cft'Sunday murninglaft a. Bricklayer, at.Kenfington Guie dif^bpteni of mind attempted lo hang-hhn- . ieif-in his garters, which breaking pre- vertted his execq.ing his wicked intentions,' but, ih the afternoon of the fame day, he drowned hiurfelf iri -a *pcad n�ir ib9 fa fome Pla?^ Special General Meeting of'the Tru/her for Repairing ma\ Amend-nr the Turnpike Reads in the Counties of Surry' .ind SuJJix tostl beheld at the Fox and Houndi Inn, inCroydtn^ on Saturday tbe%%d Jnft#nt? at Eleven o'Clork rm the. ftrefrmi to take tnto further Confederation the 'folfoiihg Motion mtfL* at the laft General Me*t-i*g> to cenfider tb* Utility
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