London Evening Post, November 28, 1765

London Evening Post

November 28, 1765

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Issue date: Thursday, November 28, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 28, 1765, London, Middlesex Nwr.b: ?9$f From THURSDAY November 28, to SATlftipAY November 3b, -{Price Two-peace Half-penny A M E R I C A. *bi!ajelpbiay Sept publick, entitled his Dying Speech, whcfegf the following is an authentic|cpointed Leilie, Efq; to be Deputy Governor of South Sea Caftle. His Majefty has appointed 1 Forbes, Gent, to be a Lieutenant in the 4j3 regiment of foot, commanded by Gene al Noel Bentier*. Thurfday about one hundred, young fel- Eall-lndia Snow^ri Tajfew-c&awller^ htety^ fettled at e, ;was boiling a furnace * of fpap, he. had the misfortune to failing andtlioa^h, hya pr^iigious effort, hegqt, out again himfelf, he died in a few ho*ir?# bewg \jalded in a moft miferabie tninber. - Tuefday evening Iaff,a gentleman coming to to^wnon hoffebadt, was.ftopped in. Fig-* iaie; Pa^cras, by iliie^ footnads, who robbed' fciai .uf 'c ever remember ihe people of this kingdom to be more difpleaTed thau at prefcj*, diiU thmk. with jiiii-cuife, on accomu of a Jnte Election. Norwitiifhlnditig the favours con- y ttie--of--5 yec eretiv that the rule always Family. The Pr-oli chearfully^atid, liber^Dy to grant to^a Majefty tlieir proportion ,duty for nie, for which I tharik them ?}n- cerejy, confidering. the tare th^y. Ijave taken I lows, lately enlifted into the of me,.and am lorry ft is not hi my po*er f Company's fervice, were put on boafd a fhip in the river, which will in a few days., fail for the �a&-Indies. WVare informed that Mr. D-yden Leach,; way to chufe one of the Roy** Election is vr the Pr-ottjA* -or Fel-i-vs.j bur alrhotigh- the Pr-oft Pf^-off heace wi;h ail men, efw jpy greauft. re^emi�i b^iag forgive^ nels to them, js i hope Ifor n frrtm that iirefeatativesi in conjundion with his Ma- I God in whofc prefencel am fopn to appear; torney4ool. being the damages that were tiven him on a late trial again It the King's tfeflengers, for feizing..his perfon, papers and effe&s* Thurfday the following nix drawn piLes: No. 4665,- 5001. too ]� bers were iteg 7516, 13,618, i 1 My. jus fubiBtutes RefoWed, N. C. D. That 9�h 59,583, 46,685; 47,^09, .-46,778, 1886, 1896, sol. Thurfday was held'a Court of Common Council at Guildhall, when, upon the mo-tion-of Mr. Deputy PoJ^.thc thanlcs of? that Court was, in very genteel terflts^ ordered to be returned to Sir William Stephen- fon^ Knfc the l?trr Lord-Mayor, fcr fri* condu^ 3uring hislWayoralry. The price of lighting the lamps for the year enfuing, was hxed not to exceed thirty Ihillings perfamp. A very long petition of the proprietors of the London-bridge water-works, for the grant of another arch of the bridge, the belter to enable them tofupply the city on any fudden emergency ^f fire, was reiad, and referred to the Committee of City Lands to examine the fame, and to report their J^*,??S?WL5J?1! opiiuon thereon to eoj>fc of the whole kingdom : Tius yotV may dtrpend on as a k&9 tlierefore hope vve (hall not be cenfur'd for the proceedings of a few mrfguided people." h has'been ob/brved as.a remarjcabje fain* cidenccy.z\\*t his Royal Highncis'the Duke of Cumberland, this Life the Stamp- A& -was to take place in America. It is reported that an afttul Survey will be made of the forfeited Efiares in Scotland, in order to albertain their real v^Iue. as ir hrina years, world before I died j. this, I hope, will be a yarning for the futgre from fuch like mif A reprcfentation from the Commiflloners crfSewefs, fctting forth ttot the pavements takes to the world, and hope they'll be forty of roany of lhe �eQ[$ of ^ d ^ werfi in g for their felfe fufpicion now, (Signed) Patuxck OgUVT. LONDON Lord Chamberlain's Ojjki, Nov.lB. Ordvs for the CottrtVgoing bttt of mourning on Saturday next, \he joth inftinfj for rhat day, being heir Rpya ^fthfefe; the Prfeceft Dowager of Wales's birth-diy. Ahd on Sunday next, the ift df December? the Court to change the mourning for his late very bad condition, and recommending to the confidecation of that Court, a new pavcqlent from Temple Bar to Aldgate, after the manner of that of Weftminiter; wirh a propofal for raifing fuch a fum of money, by a tax of one (hilling in the j An in fiid, that their annnal iiroduce has, of Jate inerly. We hear that the Bauk has purcbafed mob of the boofes in Sweeting t Alley and rents, xo -pnll dnwn, in order to render the pa/Tage of coaches to it more convenient. They write from Jamaica, that his Majef-ty's lhip the A&ive,* Capt. Carket, was gone down to Campeachy ro demanJ the delivery of a floop taken nnJer EngliOi colours, by a Spa-niih Guarda Colta, and carried in there. The floops of war, Heaver Ferret, Speedwell, and StVift, were lkiled for the Bay of Honduras, co qnell the negroes. They write from ConftanrinopJe, that the continuation of the troubles in CJeorgia, is likely to prodnCe another revolution in the Ottoman Mmiftiy, and that not a few of the principal Members of the Divan begin to fear for their heads. of a letter from a S weil as dlfchar?e thc principal Refrfve4, K. C D. That it is the opt-nion of this Houfe; that therettraints impo-fed by-fevei^l lateafts of parlfttnenton the trade of this Province, at a time whin the people bbour eceflity viz� , - *k. ' . . : I fum necelTary to be immediately raifed tor The Ladies to wear Hack wk ontflvet, ,L raiH "Th, r*t.r*r*n. coloured ribbands, fans, arid tippers. The Men to continue ih Mack fuD-trim new paving the faid ibeeis. The reprcfentation ^Ifo recommended the removal, of " An hngJiOi TrayeJier, a Man of I^tters^ and full of the Hnraanity of his Connrry, brought him prefling invitations from the Courts of Saxe Gotha, and Berlin ; together with a moft friendly and polire letter from Lord Marifchal. l� He b^gaji his retreat immediately after the receipt of them 'for ' Pbfzd4m. j but in ib wretched a State of Health, that at i? feared. med, and to wear coloured fwords jntf ^immediately ordered to be printed, and figns, polls,'and inany oiher nulfances, and ** wlJI IlOC ^a.bIe ajotimey of thAc load ^rbi J*e oft fatal confequences. not only to Province, but bo the trade of our mo- t^ei^country Refolved, buckler. Thurflaj mpr^mg their Majefties tflpk an airing to Rjchmond, as. 4id her Royal Highnefc the- TPrincefs Dowager of Wales, and the Pxince6 pf Brunfwick jp &ew, a copy feftt to every member of the?Common Council. i-?ft^te^C a,curious colle^lionof foreign birds, that wete brought from Miifqueio-fhore, and intended as a prefent for his late hrou^i fuch difmaJ ajt fo rigorous a feafpn. He thonghr he fhotild not himfelf; but looked on death as the muft de* iireabie event .that could happeu to a'raaii under his circumftances.^ r The French King-has appointed rhe Prince C; P. That and afterwards returned to tov^n to dinper. 1 Royal Highnefs the- Duke of Cumberland, ***** � their 4n�J ^us firmly to affert, hh ,*aodefty woffeffed Provinte them to their lareft poftoi and totranfrait Thurfiiay i night their Graoes tlu Duke and Dwchefs of Norfolk arrived at their houfe in St. JamesVfquare frorft Bath. "V^e are w�U informed, vhat during the refidAce of the late Embaffa^or from thp Emperor of Morocco, fevjeral debts. an� engagements were contrafted, in his name, by perfbni not authori24Mjl by.him for. that purpofe, and ^atticulaily by a Jew, who, by uflng the Embailador's nam?, defrauded feviral tradefknon and othera of effefis |o a confiderable amount: In confa^uenci c^f which $he. Embaflfador commenced a p0fii$j as dangerous to themfelves. A few davs ago was married at Sr.Clemenr,i cution againft him, but as he could not %ivp I ^ Stevnajgave bis �onfeffiT�n of Faith, Mr. Oennotr, to A ; of the Five Bells JvVp, sou The day before of .Lieutenant Patrick QgU which .was on.t&e ijth aB44^iiv4r�i a gaper jLb evidence i^tpon oath, in the manner required .by. our laws, the profiscution could not-he carried on. It may be, however, of ufrtp make this univetfally known, that t^e publictmay. not be. made the dupes &�fudb villainy io future, as we are affured the and aofwered the ufual quelttons propofed to him by the Rev. Mr. Watfon. The charge was given by the Rev. Dr. Crook-ffianks i t^e other affiilant was the Rev. Dr. ^Talker, 0^ Wednefday thetjth inftant, as Pylr. New Church in the Strand. On Sunday night laft. died, at XeJbam, i Nortinghamlhire, the feat of the Right Hon. L-ird George ^utton, Mrs. Diajja CtupJin, �* Viii ofthelatc Thomas ChapHn, fcfcfc of Btink-joey, in Lincoinlhire, and �fler io |hs **%$f Hoo. the Lord Archer. ;

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