London Evening Post, November 21, 1765

London Evening Post

November 21, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 21, 1765, London, Middlesex t r r * - 4 Numb. 594* From THURSDAY November 21, to SATURDAY November 23 1765. [Frice Two-pence Halt-penny To the P R IN T E R: , him from any part of_ his dominions, to be H E public p_apers lately are fo filled wi firt h$ cto'n teft s i n. America, &c/&[c. that the affairs of QTd England . aj>-pfcar to be oyer-lookedi as of little cQbcerri. ' ' But our trade in all partg of tke kingdom is now* upon the' decline. The mafter raanufafturers^labbur under great difficulties/ and arte -filled with wonder at-tlie caufc; and thelaboiir^rs in our various arts, &c* are diftrefTedto a'very great degree. In moft branched of trade their wages are reduced, without 'co/iftant employment j and every neceiTacy of life is live and twenty percent, dearer th.ap u&al. Thfs is continually addingfto the number of in German; and that no other language be fpoken^t his. Court for the future. They advife from Hamburgh., of the 8th initant, that -the Oeconomkal Speiety eftabfilhed at that city, had offered the two following.premiums 1 ift. One hundred rix-ddllairsto any perfon or perfons who can find I goods they Hole, for breaking open fundry cellars in this town, containing piize good?, Sec. . and carrying pan of thena off, to a confiderable amount.. .One of the villains is a Black* fmith, faid to be worch upwards of a thousand pounds. If feew$ he futnifhed them with keys, and was the receiver of all the under tbe head geijce ; out a method to refine fugar without ufing lime or bulldck's blood, and not to exceed rt�* >reftnt price thereof, The fecond; is, orie hundred ducats to any perfon who can dye cotton-yarn-as good a red as any done j any tuing in Tiirkv. 1 laim; hoc r n Turky. Thurfday w&.Jield a general court at Chaff's hbfpiraJ, when the Prefident declared, that the Rev. Dr. Pettiward, lately- fundty parcel of iron that ;hey had itole having been found upon him. They havt ail confelTed, except the tnus. barley 5s. 6d. t . 6s. per buftei. Nothing of fielh kind und-r 3d. per lb. that is, beef, roui-ton, and \,k ; butter 8d. per lb. Houfe rent cent, per ce.M. dearer man in any former ft in^ likewife, and no trade : What mi:it rhe yo::,\ -Jo for bread? and cueefe pejc Mr. John Lovekin, educated in thehofpital, was eleded Rector of Colne they cannot afford, as it is Od. per lb, No pennyworths of beer now: tho* by the befl: grees of people derive their abilities, to pay the great fund to land that may be deemed its prefent value ?" and from hence arifes a fecond queftion, " What price the neccfla-ries of life (we will fay wheat) may bear, and'wheft �aoftfor intereftdf both Jaod and trade to which I anfwer, That which is oft confiftent with the general fupport of the. multitude, on one hand, and not to great majority j numbers on-.the ballot being for Mr. Lovekin, the Mr. Penn, Mr. Ditton, Mr. Whalley, Mr. Petit, 73 His Majetty has been plea fed to appoint Sir George. Olborn, . Bart, late Quaiier-mafter General oF Ireland,, to the command fnclioe them to idleness on the other; and | 6f * company in the 3d regiment of guards. the loweft price muft be bell, provided the Wages for labour correfpond with it. This His Majeity has apj^ointed Henry Craw-f6rd, Gent, to be a Lieutenant in the $id would fccureour foreigrf trade uf>on perma- rea|�ent of foot, commanded by General cent principle^ but the eftablifhed wages in many of our manufa&ories being unalterable, without riots and tumults, it may cot be pofSbleto adoprir. Great alteration Covering. Hi* Majefty ha^ been pleafed to grant 10 J his efcape. John Loveu, Gent, the pUce of Keeper of the Gawle above the Wood, in the foreft of intelligence, and j anly my owoi know'edge, the du'.ics on beer have lelTened fince ihe additional duty was laid on." Thurfday a perfon wasfummoned before the fitting Alderman at Guildhall, for at-tendrng iVafs, contrary to law, at the Romifh chapel in Little Moorfields, ajid was obliged to enter into 400I. recognizance, to anfwer for the faid offence at the enfujng feffions of the pence. On Tuefday feveral armed men went to the houfe of John Ward at Noiwood, to apprehend him, he Handing changed on oath with divers felonies and robberies j but Ward jumped out of the window and made They found ftolen goods poultry, and other things, to a capfiderable value. The hft H.igu? G.;z-rts, London, the following article of ijitelii* u The Government negleit nothing for the extenfion and improvement of our com-merceon the coaif of Africa. A fcjiiadrnn of Uiips will foon traivfpnrr thither nnmher of perfons ro rake p^flcfiion of � ctruni territory, which the inhabitums of that coait have offered us." dpt. Boyd of the fchoon?r G?orge5 from Jamaica to Marblehcad, fiw u large, fliip with S|fanifh colours, fupjr�fcd h Miieu-arJ l>ound fiom tile.- Caraccis, on Hwp a liftk co Itrrward ofi'apeSr. Auroiiio id th; �nlf of Florida. A Dauifh fbip, arrived nt Leghorn from Tripoli^ rook up out A Mate in fhs Elalt-India fervic?> going about noon into the Eail India Coffee- Change muft be a work of time, even under wife f ^dai1 -*n Gloucefter&ire, and alfo to be one The man lately detained in Newgate, for ^ and^gpod governments, where luftre ihrnes iott% m providing fur every individual the rtattjr.d means u> fill a country wit^i people: theoril|r meafure to raalcedsboth rich and powerful. Thus for the Speculaiift. 1^ prailice wd are all filled with ayaiice, and cut down our xndBr Jbvejy plantations in ihe arts, &c* juft-in'chejr'bloom. Farmer wanfs ten ihilimes a bulhel The er ^vanrs ten mnimgs a bulbel for wheat, without ^onfidering he muft raife his rents,-add make the people wreichedon vhom his 6wn fupport depends. The Gentlemen having an attentive eye to the railing of their rents, exclaim againft the iocreafed of ttffiiiding Foreflers, in thetoom of t3ou�hj deceafed. Thhriday came on the eletlion t>f a Sur-i geon to the Middleie*hofpiial, in the rpottt of Mr. Molfatc, when Mr. Wvait. + of Gueat Newport - flreet, cbofen. Thurfday the following tickets were drawn prizes a i Guildhall; No.6;9jr, 5ooJ, No. each facrilegioufly robbing Wandfworth chwch, ihe Lock hofpital ctupei, &u was a houfe-keeper in PaikerVla - T%- 1- houfe, met with the Captain he failed with, and there, in a numerum Compmy of Gentlemen belon^irg to that fervice, called him to account ftn* III Treatn*ent daring the voyage, didjfcing he would have iausf*�lio:i, and bidding him chufe his weapon, the Captain immediately pulled out a piflo]^ and, pre-fentingit, faidthat was his weai�on, on which his anragonitt told him he would procure a no* ther immediately. Accordingly he withdrew and fooli returned with a piliol, when tltey pr^iemed to each other in th^ Coffte-room a* ipidft all the Gentlem^i], who put a ttop ro their firiug, and made them go up Hairs. Bnc the Captain's* courage being ir fe-ms by that time a little cooled, he chafe to decline the engagement, A few days fince was married at Sr. Andrew's H-ilbom. Miles Stauietnn. nf nnv.iwH ^ Wyau,, was unaDiiaoufly 47,500, 5 7>734� '3r55>to.8i. 46,711, 49,654� j�,743� and S4i8sx, S6J. each. Wedirefday the cofts of fuit of Meffis. Tko-; ireiTt of hfs houfe fhop, and the back part a repoiltory tor ftolen goods, in which was a la'ge .quantity, feparated by fome oF the window-curwifls which were, taken from the Chapel; th* Chapel coffiions were robbed of their fea- and 2dyt6j>i iocK *[ ^bers, except, one which the Veft?y-womaa fwore to. Drwv-laise. Vett-Rising of Ynrkfflire, hfq; to A ept at a C^'infflSerV.1f rf ^cbThinu, Efij: 1 ail eminent Merchant of-this ciry. He and 1m accomplices te^itthe, communion - table out ot Wandfwotch Lately was married, "David Thoma;, jn/j. Efrjj of PwiJywrach in GlamorganiScc' ta Mifs Cu^re, of Clementftone in the f^me toamy* Suoie fhort rime iince3 ehe Lady of a htl eminent Divine, heing taJten iH of a fever, (hz grew fo bad that there were no hopes of her te- church. poor-rate, though the confequence of gcain,. | K^,Ithai,^ Booth, and 'ice. being too dedr, which with the inability of his tenants, whan trade declines, kis gains take wing from him. The filling of a country with peqple, ind putting it in their1 po^er, by their- io- dullry^ to furoifti ^hemfelves with deceffa* ties,, is the moft important confidecation in, a commercial ftat.e. Tiiis &buldW^tch^ wifha pepetratiogeye ^people..itsDttuM-; bers, will fertilize otf &B8# and - ^0\fr their value, by douBliiig amf treWia^'their produce. Three bu&els at "foai* wUufg? muft advance the value of land upon bet^f Drincipies than to fell 4( eighf IbftUhgsu auiiiel for a year or two, with, the deftrae-^onqf our trade.,aad ruirtof our p'ei^ple, iheo/ pkrhapit; to Iwvtjt &m down 8|al* to ittiree,> fe?�l lo^er. Nothtn *" " grain fipbm befog \ow to effec- as by prudent meaforei in opening gar Kjrtv to prevent its being very high, Xatio and trade, if harmonized, will both Aouiilh ilifce j bjit ibft-leaftwuality prac-iiftd 9ppjiliauifr;ih ia^rouf df en her., h *o "Vie pr^uofeei^bptiii I in lor the i&fcrclb Qf my cowtry, a*td;h?pptaeft of al), Uo4fed %s weU as uadiflg, for divided iaterefi* |re ieftruftive. mas, agaipft ill* Meflen^eis, which was adjudged^fey, the Court 5I. and with coft of fuit amounted"to.xi 1.6s. 8d. waspaidimo the hands of Mr. Phillips, their Attorney. A few days fince was mairied, at Ba ley in Yorldhhe, John Halftead, of Motley, ( arrived from France, therefisre cannot form any covery - Out on a hidden fhe ftJl into a pro^ fouud fleep3 and conrintied for the fpaceofa wsck, when (he avoke per fea ly recovtred articles c/lNtELILia-bnch, | chough urterly iiifcnfibfc that ihehadilepc a! bore a few minutes. th Postscripts 0/ all the Evening Papers of lafi *thurftky. r Ext'rdBqf a letUr from DjfrUmi 0;iirale concert'^jific. ic ihe Queeh'4 hHixf^ &k- ike enter.aTnr&eai of their- Majfelticaw hinoe and �w�& of 'BruofwidCi arid fe* veral; pf the Koyal Family. Thurfday her Grace the Duichefs of PorUatid came from'-bef feat at Bulitrode i died, in the 54�h year of hii agC4c 1U*5 hbufe* m Sli^JWell, Captain I4auue.y Meredith, Commander of the Speedwell merchantman in the faft Coun- try trade. '� Monday laft 4ied'� iait Qreat Granfden;in Hunti^gdonlhite; A the 7^ year of her flgei Mrs*7 Jiane^ Dutton, well known in the l^tgiaus wbrjd, by her publications on f^vetal feribusfubj^s. : Qn,Wedfiiefday l^ftdied, at hisjipufe at .itfH$arn in Surry,,Thomas le Bl^qc, Efqj an eafinenc Merchant of this city. TfijutfrJay died Mr. Webb, in piftnerffiip ] ^sof State ;wl^ with Mr. Barret, Linen-draper in Newgate- | informed them of the. prefect State of North America, and of the jmeafincis of the people on adeouue of the*new ft*tnp aft. In fome dSfparche$*juit received from a Qen- jiudgmenr of the appearance he will imkz% It is faid, that three of our Judge* are co rerjon on pei>/k>ns. V^tcrd^yruir Uiuverriry eledled 1 the Duke rjf Bedford their CluncelJor, in the * room of the Duke of Cumberland. A new Comic Opera, by the Author of Midas is in rehearfal tit Crow-ftreer." ' 9 " Letters from Dublin, by yefterd.iy's poft fay, that the Uniycrfny rhere arc preparing jo ere!ergy5 and tieeholder^ of the County of Leicester. WTLEMEN. H --------0�T� tbe- 'Bomur Hnhnimoujly to bt nominated to reprefent this County in Parliaments in the room of my late Fatter ; I take the earliejl qpfortuntty of returning jnyn.oft grateful Thanks for this Favour, and requeft your Votes and In* Hrtjjt on the Day oF Election ; affuring ymy tbat I will endeavour 1 by a faithful Difcharge of mf Duty> to deferw the Honour conferred on> Gentlemen*) Tour weft obliged and Obedient bumble Servant. Leioeftet, Sepc. 30, ,176*. I fireet. Thurfday morning Water-lane, Fleet-itreer, old battle was fought in by two Jamp-wheri one of quarrel, lighters, ou an thsin wasrfo muebbfuiftd that he died foon Bucks> to Whitehall. er houfe in Privy - Garden, in Ja- Tlmifday the flon* Lord Yif^unt NewAham, eldeft /on of cbe-Kiil of pour 1, and his niw-rnafiied Lady were ia-troduced ro their Majelties at St. James's, and-were graciouily received. * , Letters from Vienoa.of the 2d ix&avt inform,, that hh Imperial Majefty has fo jjreat a veneration for the German tongue, that he ha* *tt m$w& fO on after ; the whftr ftia^e his efcape. ,Letters frbm t. Jago de' la Vega, maica, dated Aug. *o, mention, tliat the Monday night: preceding, at a quarter paft ton, a ftuaft ihock of an eai�h