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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 26, 1765, London, Middlesex f -u v Nfcrb. 5942 TUESDAY November -*6, to THURSDAY [Price Twopence Hail-penny From the London Gazette . Drefden, Nop. 13. HE ElflSor. tM tofague proclaims their injnr'd caofe And cries,: fleih, fldb, how arc thou fiflij Wc. your allies, now therefore do requi Thar iftaityou ifliie out your Royal mandates t . Admimftator^ accompanied with Prince Charles and Piiace Clement of Saxony, fet out yefterday toornmg to view the mines ofFreyberg. Their ncflfetfai6:t6temrh this evening. AW Eleftrefs Pwager ^ Freijch Ragouts, Italian Macaroni tafte tuefday the following numbers were dra*n prices? No. 15,514, 5�ol. M�9Mj ,9^U* iqpi 10,62a, 48,194/ Ji>o86, ^A?! 37^54. xjo^jS, Bxtrirft of a tetter from Butkx ember refcnc is incredible. The �). bf B, holds a daily reiteration of the fame For weeks, nay, tedious long, loag maofcths together, Make entertainment pall apou the fenfe. High-feafonM difhes, once a feaft fo* Kings, Like ufelefs lumber, uow negfe&ed lyej Th* Avonian fiard's choice Viands foread befoid Kir a^fcbHcan paffing ami xepaffiag ro Lonrioh jemmy Xwiztter and the Gcnrfe a&^i^riUm vitit; borb us i<5. The Miargfavine of Schwedt, fifter to the King of Praflia, who has, frr a long time pa ft,, been arflli&ed with.a dropfy, died on wednefday laft. On xhU occafion the Court will go into mouthing for three months. B AN K it IT P T CY^ulargtd. . John Stile* and -'Gbpcland Stiles, of Ldfldon, Merchautt audi Copartners, at Gutfdha alway brain gave fuch abundant choice 1 chofen, ferVd with proper fltill 3* BANKRUPTS. John Aobertfqn, of St. Paul's Church-yard, . ton" China-man, at Guildhall. Nov, D*c r$*isuW-Jan. 7. John lemley, of the paiifh Dane?, in the cbdnty of Middleftx, WooJJenr- draper, at Guildhall, London, Dec. 6, 14, and Jan. 7. A Richard Waide, of Bedale, in the county of ,York, Groeer, a,c Guildhall, London, Dec 14) ai, and Jan. 7. Coventry Jon Shopkeeper, at fhrf Sign of the White Bear in -Cbvejjfcry, Dec. a, 3, and Jan. 7. As foris of Bntaiii claim their Magna Charta His rights 'rightful prayV, I'm hertdepmed boldly to declare, Tis ourfix'd parpofe, firmly fix*d as Fates, Strait to renounce allegiance to your States. No more within your walls we'll vi/its^pay, As peaceful guefts, to pafs dull nights axyay, But with loud catcalls, oaken pJ^ms appear, And all the horrid implements of war j Candles and fcohces into atoms beat, Nor in your Houfes leave a tingle feat j capt fcejies, the gaudy appendages, The folemn pomp, that decks our both your ftages; The ftage, all it inherits j 'tis refoJved, Shall like abafelefs vitiou be ditiplved, Nor leave a wreck behind. elbow-chair of a Bioker near Diury-lane^ fw a trifling fum, when onjipprng up the fame, in order to repair ir, (he found two ioUia d?ors, feven guineas, and two moi* doles. /Monday died, in Abingdon - buildings, Weitminitcr, Mrs. Souihy, the Abbey Gardener, aged 102. The report in one of Tuefday's morning papers of the fire in Kent-ftreer, is greatly exaggerated ; h only damaged a back room up one-pair-of-flairs, at the White Horfcin |- that itieer. ^ki Monday evening a gentleman and Lady were Hopped in their chariot, coming, over Bloody-bridge, Chelfea, by two high-* waymen, who robbed them of their mo-n^y, but would not take their watches or r&igs, Monday laft, after King, Rogers, and Matthews had been at the Court of Kine's ill of us a : rhe Mr, Pin i- alfo here, the ladies have now very uj of me goot , fqimed themf-Jves into a clul>, and frequ-mly diie togeihqr.-ifr a guinea ordhury j die D. of B. Li the chair," It is laid, rta.ir tlie Hoik Sir j fepli Vorke, Xnight of The Barb, will, on Ins rerurafroru the Hague, be appoimed ohc of the SecietAriet ofSt^te, Same Letrers from Dublin, by yefterday's }>oft, fny, that his Grace the Duke of Bnlftml isgoiig to feiwd hxiiewfeliowlhips, of-ighiy l>ouiids per and. e.ich, In that Univtiiity. A few days fince, rht Rev. Mr. Phipps was prefcruted, by Mrs, Hnl'weU, to the Redory of Kirkeaton, iieaf Wakefield, lforkfhi*e They write-�rom Liver poole, th^t 4 fcheme is adtufly on fbot there, to make a navigabte Caital, few* a greater comroiinictcion of Tr^xie^ between that Port and Hull- A Staffordfhire Navigitioii, u\ imitatiou of die Duke of Bridgwater's, is now planned, and from Wilden Ferry in Derby- s. 111 Cbemirc. To* Benchi and remanded back, the Keeper of I Oxirc foFrodfh________� the county gaol of Kent requefted thealfif- 1 wards rhis Navigation tance of Mr, Hammetr, of the county gaol J fubferibed, a^d as much of Surry, for that nighr, which was readily granted, and two rooms made ready for them j in the one Rogers and Matthews, felf. After proimfed idy heed to't Johnion fmith. late of Pulham St. Mary Virgin, iuthccotimy of Norfolk, Black-at the White Hart Inn inOfmendef-tpn� other wile Scole, Dec. 16, 17, Mid Jan. 7* James Edwards, of the city of Brittol, Mercer and Lmneu-drapfcr, at the Fountain Tavern in High-ttreet, Briftol, Dec, x6, 17, and Jau, 7 Cr^dito t)ec. if. Lon d , Merchant, at Guildhal). Charles Mackintofli, late of Eriday-ftreet, Lan-;-jdd�r 'iVKrchant, at'Guildhall. . 20t Thpnw J3u% late of &)i&*mptoa, ln^ the County of Devon, Dealer, at the Globe Tavern in Exeter. csktxftc&t&s t* be allowed. r rh* immortal Gods do't. L O IS D O iN Tuefday his Royal Highnefs Prince Henry Frederick gave a grand entertainment 10 the Dukes of York and -Gloacefter, tfte Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, and .federal of the Nobility, at Leiceiter Houfe. The Princefs Amelia has refigned her property of Windfor Lodge, to his Ma-jefty. On Monday laft his-Majefty^s gift, of one thoufand pounds was paid to'Sir"William Stephenfoo, Knr. (late Lord Mayor) tolfc diftribritcd by. htm and the Lord ana in the other King they were clofely fearched, Mr. Ham met t obferving-Rogers arid'Matthwsmake a figo with the point of a finger, ordered one of his men to flay on the Janding-place, and liiten how they behaved, when he heard them fay they would not be hanged now, for if they were they fuppbfed they (hould be hanged, jn chains, &c. upon which, gubis to Chetter. dov fbo body M |Iy, and'oa fimding urn was true, afked 1 1 4 w _ Matthews what Dec. 17. Thomas Burd,. "county of Devon, Dea/i Viiliam Woodham. of tl Sarapton couo- ly of Middlefex, Stationer and Kuler of Mu fee Paper. To the PRINTER. SIR, HE attention of the public is at jprefent greatly engaged on the fpirit of rebellion that has lately appeared among the ungrateful fobs of Britain in our American colonies, which ever/ good' Englifbma-wiihes to fee fub�ded. But lean you, Sir, that there is aconfpiracy fprming, even ftill morealarming to the parties concerned,- iiufais, metropolis. The.worfliipfui amongft rhe moil neceffitous fuflerers at the late fire in-Cornhill j and the faid fum was immediately depofited in the .Chamber of this city, for the intended purpofes., 1 We are credibly informed that a fleet of Obfervation will be formed early in the fpring, and that the m�n of war that ate bow fitting out in the different Yards are intended for that purpofe. The demand for Britifh goods from Ja-aicc, it is faid, have been 150,00c 1. iefs this year than ufual. Information has been fent to the Admi- clear fnow Office, t Apthorp Macvey ^cJc^d ufe they would mak^jDf their time, ir diey'tfad m6reatl0wed them. They took very little notice of any thing faid to them, and Matthews very often frailed. They were fecured in handcuffs. Their chief dif-courfe was of the many robberies and villainous tranfa&ions they had feverally com-mined fince they efcaped j but faid they were fcrry poor Stephens was killed, and that neither of thera knew of the defign till the wound was given. Tuefday morning John King, William Mathews, and Thomas Rogers, who received fetatfenCe of death at the King's Bene! Bar at Weftminfter on .Monday, as capital convtds, who made their efcap of about 130 tons, bound from Dieppe to Topfham, in baUafl, was ltranded on. a ledge of rocks, called the Needles, near rhe Jile of Wight; and tharpart of-her rigging and materials are faved. They write from Charles Town, Sojixth* Carolina, in letters of the *6th of Septem* ber that rice fold theie at 56 s- the too lb. Keep M were carried in a coach ftrongly guarded, \ Maidftone Gaol the wof jes are Legtm. Ajtnrher Nav-i^aiion is de/igned in Cheshire, to begin at MacctestklJ, and reatfh from thence co Stockport a*id Man-chefter$ a brdiich of it is intended to extend from Macclesfield loCongleton, aud from tbeiicc co Norwich, where the River Weaver is navi* This Nrfvig^iun is pro}x*)iJ4 by two Chefhire GenrletBei: of diflindli^n, who will immedutely depoiue go,coo J. towards darrymg it on, and afterwarus advance a* much more, if rheie be need. * Letten from Paris give an account of very great damages done by Jjoods iji rhe province of Oauphiny. The rawi fell m fuch abundance on ti\z aid p^ft, -jlikI the following day, tiuc the inhabitants, alarmed at the fatal couiequen-ces they forefaw, implored the aililtance of Heaven, and, uotvVithihmding the danger to which they were expofed to in the ftreets, ran in ihoals ro the churctjes, where the hotl was expofed, &c. The tVaters-cofc roa height which the oidelt people hi char country bad Jicver be* fore feen, and houfes, m:u and cattle, were wafhed away by the torrents* AiJ tne� ve(IWs in the cellars and ftoreboufes were overturned f infnmuch th.4t thofe who baU in the.tr vuirage were equal Aifierers with thofe who loii riieir all in rhe fields and vineyards. Tue ro-ds being rendered impailkbJe, ail comuumicacion was in a manner itopt berweeji the nezgnbour-. ing towns, and the inhabitants were tor fouie days in want of the common ticcefiaries of life. They write from Lxibon^ rhai twenty oaa eccle/iafticks of different orders have been condemned by the Tribunal of Inquihuonibr being the principal authors of the larc pretended viiv* ons and prophecy, which denounced tlireat-nings on the kingdotn^of Portugal-^They write from Ediugburgh., Robert Fleming, Printer and ttookfeli fon ofMr. Robert Fiemhig, that Mr. be executed oh Friday next at the com >n place pf Execu^ion^ on Pennenden ath, near Maidftone, and afterwards t< hanged up in chains. company of Idlers, Saunt brers, &c, in and about the cities of London and Weft-muffler* haviijgfbr fome timrpaft thought themfelves aggrieved by the Governors,of | we;ght, and was in great demand at ihat J m Postscripts of all the �yening the Theatt1e?l Empires of Drury^Iane and ^ ^ - ^- ^--1 ^ " ^ ^~ rom Covent Gitden, have come to* refolution of making them the following ipirited" re-preferuatioD, by a refperftfcbVe perfon of their Society deputed for ihat purpofe. I am* �ir, your's, . Patient Grizzle. . THAT we;have ever juftly been efleem'xl \
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