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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 23, 1765, London, Middlesex                                t Numb. 5941 From SATURDAY November 23, to TUESDAY November 26 1765. [Price Two-ponce Half-penny Froi le London C jfames's, Nov His day the &ghc Hon;  Ralph Karl Verney, was, by his MaJeftyYcani- of of the nth inftant he was very bad} he was in great pain again la ft night, but this morning wasfomewhat moreeafy, and had the facramentadmimftered to him.  The pocket, and had lain feveral days in the \ defiriug that they will have companion on this Colony, and relieve us from the ftnmge Scene of anarchy and confulion, which we are plunged into; and decJaiing3   that, if the has rod, -fworn Highnefs. preferv was Whitehall, Nov his Majefty's Mod Honourable Privyr Council, and jtook his place at the Board accordingly. lie King has been Nov - w -   - - the fever is fomething betti Wednefday pleafed to appoint Robert Gunning, Efg; Rdiderit at of Denmark; 1  WUUam Gordon, E% Minifler I tiary to the Court of Bruffels.5 Fulk GreviUe, Envoy Exttaa the Eledor of Bavaria, and Miniit Diet at RatifBon. iten On Saturday laft their Majefties and the Prince of Wales went to Richmond, and returned to the Qt as did her. Royal Highnefs the Princefs of Wales and her two youngeft daughters to Kew, and returned to dinner to Carleton- houfe, ________......_ . Sunday the Rev. R^r. Marriot preached | which'iey'anfulirdrew 'xh6 .&\xn\\iinzn before their Majeftttsi &c- at the Chapel *~ Royai; St. James's.  The fword of ftate water. On Saturday morning a man was found dead in St/Jataes's park, almoft naked, and fuppofed to have periihed for want. Laft Thurfday, as a Coun;ryraan was walking along Alderigate-ftreet, he accofted by a man tolerably well dreffed, who aflced him if he wanted a place, to which the countryman replied, he did j when the other defired he would ftep with hioito a.public houfe in the neighbourhood, where they fhould meet with fome gemle-ea who would recommend him to a good one. Accordingly they went.to the houfe, and foon after two meD, genteely drefsM, came into the fame rooroi who, being acquainted with the countryman's wants, pioraifed him a good fervice } foon after cm 1%, J5A.NKRTJPTSrequired tofurrender.      Denbigh. was carried to and fro Lord Larkdn, of Copthall Court, London Guildhall, Nov. ao� Dec On Saturday evening his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucester came to .town from Jan 4. William Wat kins, of Cambenvell, in the | te>,: at  Kimboltonr* county of Surry, Plaifte Manchef-Huntingdonfhire, whfere his Highnefs had been to take the Jan 4. iuldhall, l^ndph, Nov. 30, Dec.      J diverfioo of hunting, and was on Sunday Poultuey. of Barbicau, London, Ian per, si Guildhall, Nov. 20, Dec. y Court at St. J On Saturday the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick dined with her Royal Highnefs Princefs Amelia Jan. 4. . _ _       ___ Jofeph Plant, of the city of Coventry, Scnve- j    Salimjay lhe Rlght HorK The'Earl of ,    ^____^ _. . Crown Cov&nry; Dec. 4, y, Jan. 4. Philip Foot, of Afhburton, in the county o Devon, Serge-maker, at the fign of the Se veii Stars rn rh? parifl: of Sr. Thomas th Apoftli, in the county of Devon, Dec. j, 6 Jan. 4. Richard doffing, of Aihburton, inthecbuntj of Devon, Serge-weaver, at Swale's coffee houfe i Bute arrived at hishouftHn South Audley- ftreet. William Serge Market, in the city Exou* Dec, On Saturday t Dowdefwell, Efqj Chancellor of the Exchequer, arrived at his houfe at Whitehall, from his feat in Worcefterfhire. On Friday lail Lord Vifcount Ruisbo-rough fet out for Bath. The Right Hon. the Earl of Holdernefs is not gone to France, as mentioned on Thotna^'Shelton, *>f Hammoffinith, in the I F^ay, but to Dover, his Lordfhip being county of Middlefex,.Brewer, at Guildhall Tj^ndon, Dec. a, 10, Jan. 4. John  rn, have begun a Stibcrip* tion, fcv raifingand �:\v paving Gray's Inn Lane, after rhe manner'of the Strands Friday >morning died Ifaac Townfcnd, Ef<]j Admiral of the White flag.  Govtrnor or'Green- wich HofpiraJ, Member of Parliament for Ro-chefter, one of the fcldrr Bret hreit of the Trinity houfe, and Fellow of the Roya! Society. We hear fiom Bluftti(ham ii� Hi�ntingdon* ihire, that Mark Fiflier, the mailer of the work* houfe. at that p[ace, autj feveral of the poor un� der his care, being troubled with the itch, Fiiher mixed a quantity of arfeiuck, Romaa vitriol, glafs, nnd foap, into an obitmejir, and on the f6rh anoinred himfclFajjd five women with it; this medicine proved fo violent, that Fifher and two of the women died an Monday lail, and the other three remain in a verv <3&* On Saturday latt a man was taken up at I plorabJe conduion. Lieutenant Governor Thicknefle having refigned the government of Land-Guard Fort* his Mty�fty[ P^k. I^n plfirfed to afirjoint AnfeAtie ww^0n0icfc toAioeeed \ 1       am and. Days appoihtedfor the meeting of the feveral Committees of the Society of Arts, &c. in the Strand: Agriculture, Moo ; o'clock ra ilfe 4 Manufa&zr^aiic?  >16nie59 Tuefday z6, 1 attlttto. M**anics, Thurfday z8, at ditto. Polite Arts,;Friday 29, at ditto. Infoft�a|ion has been �ent to the Admi-raltj*o||ce9..that on Saturday thetdth inft. theTnow Elizabeth, of Gbttepbiireh, Gun- Nov. 25, at fix, Hammeifmith, and committed-to Cleiken-well bridewell, charged with Healing five fat hogs, which weighed between jo and 40 ftone each, Jrora a Tanner at Croydon. He refufes to veil his name. On Friday night laft a villain ftole. from the Cuftom^houfe key a fine picture of a * Madona, with the infant Jefusand St. John theBaptift, being a fine copy fiom Raphael, and of great value. On Saturday night laft feme villains found means to take out a parmel from the window-fhutter of Mr. John �eale, Grocer at Wandfworth, and then cut out the glafs of the Ihop-window, from whence they took acannilier of tea worth 40I. On Saturday evening laft, about feven o'clock, the two notorious villains who fome time fince murdered the Keeper of Maidftone gaol, and broke out of the fame, and wete lately retaken near Win-chefter, were brought to the Bell Savage inn, Ludgate-hill, chained and ftrOngiy ironed, behind the Winchefter coach, and carried to Newgate. The gentlewoman who was fent to Wood-llreet compter one day laft week, on fufpicion of forging a draft of z$l. was on Saturday re-examined at the Manfion-houfe, and honourably acquitted. Articles o/Intelligenci, &fr. from tit Postscripts of ail the Evening Papers of laft Saturday. We have pretry good authoritfKo acquaint our readers that Ids Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter is to accompany the Prince of Brunfwick to Italy, and that the illuftrious Middlefex, Merchant, atQuild-   the nar Schale, bou Dablin, lad�n wi mou tonr. hear that a popular gentleman hall, London. Dec. 14- LTHfJfCATR to b$ allowed* Abraham Parkin, of Work county �s   Saturday arrived a'Mail from Fraape -Turin* Nov. 6. Piety of Madam* ta^faf tb _ King*s fecond daughrer, ade her defirou^ of de*etia time to a&s of rfeligfon file Sgged Majefty  e' Monaftery of Nuns of St. AiidreW ^1 Quiers. Her Hoyal Hi^hneft motning to go there, attended bj* tfte*Mp� cbionefe de Balbian, and rhe CoUJraflrtfe Viriare^ia, w1to propofe to ftay wf^h tter: Pans, Nov. 18.. By a letter from ^lott-lins we have an account, that bn the |�th paft, between 6sand-feiren in the eirefUng, a globeof fire, fesminfclytof about &t ?wt ^kmerer, wasfcen in4hfr�ir, near drawn of Lu2y, (roro wtenc^4ffii*i very h^ht flames, which iUumtnated tt^B **bom horizon ; it pafled over, the �h�B$Q Luzy, directing its couife from1 ttie^.^oath to the iSforth, �and odtfappeared �        diftaSce heard io'die^air lilfe the^fepon of five ( �on, XfacceffiVely       'This expWfion turgfttand, near Yarmouth, in the county Lacepted of ar very high office, will refign his �f ^Offolk, where fhe immediately Tunif, I important poft before the parUamciu meets, and aa&usilh her cargo is entirely' loft, v: j^focmagon has like wife beea fciitlQ the o^  2A,Z97, 41^39, atid 34^1 Jo, 100I. each; zfas** 48W. &?*6l *z*6Sz* �^ .S^ *^�7 2- ^onMffet- ajr rehft oir Pr. wasi , at tadi* 'aat# 1 'darter to tfte Earl m Wedkefiay: �% a Frsrnch mere On �xmy died, at fcx, a&l iky Rb had been an ofScer royal palace. On Friday died B^dle oi Sr. Clem w .Hereford, and miaW). 4 ^wwedage, fits LeBlaU�, this city^  "" on jn Middle- tb^t he will be fucceeded therein by the Hon.. Mr. Qeorge Qreuviiie. Laft Thurfday there was a noiperoqs Meeting at the Town hail of the cify of Wjrdrfter, of the GentJemei^ Clergy, and Frecholden of chat county, to confid^r of aad figtr a peritioa to Parliament, for the total repeal of fhe afl relating co Cyder and Perry, wtuc^ ws^s agreed to3 Nemfee C*ntmdia*t*. We are informal that there a fcttt little $ea-fon to apprehend, whar t^t ajuiminifterial writers fo libldly trumpet forth, that a change of adroijiillratio$ malt precede, ag^ at leaC, foon follow y the meeting of Wrlun^Jlt. It is faid� 0iat tfce office {^Scpretanr of State for Scodand^ whichhas Jaiu (fortoot fcp^tf yckrs* WiBft^o Uxevi^dia the perfoji of thi  Right H^a. }amex fycwv* MKfcgpsie, Eftjj" brother to the tMl of B^e, They wiittt ftden ttuinburghj of the tath inftant, tfet the Court of Prance had rflpatted Ope MAlLtea a^d a half of Uvres (o $Ockhote^ tcAvard?titt okj arrears 4M&ta Sweden By a JSciufecnan juli aj^ived few T^inirn- :rrv Fort, on the coaft of Africa- ive are rformedL diar 1 ) that place, what is heard its a great btrtrieaae, ah ih^feontmued^ about four minutes, thof 1 m\xvm dfed, at 10 twrightj '�ad; * * atTivieken-Utninent Haberda&er perfectly ferene; \ f (N^v-firge^, Coi^ewGarden. 'Fit^ the*ody ofl'rpail ^vasthrowh c ***** ' W rwwre njaJdig there great ptspasatKiha to pat themfelves into a proper poftprc of defence^ a* daily emding an hoftile ffttee from fome of ^iur ncigWxw. ExtraS *f* Utter frmn a Merchant in Sfytktc,   terrible-a mannerly a fhe be^r, that he was obliged to be carried to Sc. Thomas's HofpiraJ. By a -private ktrer from ^ontbamptou, we are informed, that oi>? day lalt week, a gen-tlentfu of good family in that town, cut his throat in a fit of defpir for a lady whom he had fometime courted, and performed hi� ihocJciug operarioii in fo dre-idftil a manner, th^t he ahriolt cnt off his head.   What renders the circumihnce (till more remarkable is, that he ftabbed himfelf with a hanger in the hqpfe of the lady's fattier but a few days before, and was then under cure in one of the apartments; nay, the young lady herfelf, and a nnrfe were attending in the room when he perpetrated the fuicide, and rhe former, with ail the force fhe was pofTeffed of, endeavouring to wreft the knife out of Tiil hands. This melancholy ac� cident has plunged, the friends on both fides into rhe greatefi diftrefs, as the unfortunate de-ceafei w-s in a {hort time to be Weft to the ntmoft of his wifhes, and a union as foon as he reeovei^to take place between the two fa- mifiej. Friday morning in Smithfield market, Mr. Norron, a Norfolk Grafier, h^d his jacket pick'd near Long-lane, of his letter cafe, in which were Rank notes to the amount of 801. which he had a little before received for fome bullocks. Extraft of a letter from Edinburgh^ No to dsfctvo tbe Bukw confirrtd on> f$fintkmzn% %otfr rnoA obliptd and Obedient Eumbfit Servant, Leicefter, Sept. 30, 17^ Jomk Palmer. ROPOSAI*S being under Cdnfi- deratwii for a NiVigaiion /rum M^ccief-SeW to Xsfwthwieli, and from the Janw Vhice Kantsfiwl, QJidbire^ on Tucfiky the 3d 6/iW oeni^/.at Twelve o'clock in ths Koreioon-wh�|{ rh# htfie will hp ^educed, in order to ~----- tbo Public. TH E great Demand for Do&or ua�r th<*b ve n� .r,U Title, therefere SSSg zp atmiaW the public m genoai (ibui ach Bociic feaktf with Pit VY^lKc^s Name.> They      ^ pleafaoc and infsdbbjt Care for ail Weaki Sexes, occiiioi/d b> Srrains, Mercuri-'-HI Cafes of acerrain Difonfa in their Compo/itt6n. To be had ic *nir ^Vareljoa! the Uppcr-cud of fleet-.Lane ties 01 j �. or 11. 6   ca<�, fetled a root's. Advice given �rad� by ft rincit We   

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