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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 30, 1765, London, Middlesex                                { Numb. 5944 From SATURDAY. Novem&e 39 to TUESDAY Dece 3 r 1765 [Price Two-pence Half-penny Front the London Gazette On Saturday la ft the Right Hon. Lard I charged at them loaded with fwan &6t, ( you have ever done, oonfifient \riA honour r - iRINCE Xinflcy arrived here a few days ago %vith the order of Maria Terefa, whifih the Emperor has fenc the Great Duke, and deb his Royal Higjbnefs appeared: the next day. Lazaretto i* tbePort of Toulon, #W'.*3* HiR-Excelleflcy Mr. Grenviik arrived here frqm Coiiflantinople, in htt way ro �agU'>d, on board ius Majefty** fliip Thames, commanded by Capt* fittior, sifter a rough and ftormy pak fag? of 28 days j and is now performiflg Quarantine. Ltgbomr tfpo, On the. ytb iiiftant, (the day opon vybich the funeral (Afequies for his Jare/imperial Majefly was performed J. the ihij� of war belouging to this State firuck the iolours j and tadijy, being the aiini-vemry/ dF itebpold, they hoified the n^v cd6urs~of the pireienc Great Guke j which are, a ired fier, cro6 the middle of which is a white bar, with tjie arms of his Royal High-neis blazoned in the fcenrre. Copertb^gen, Ne&; ao. The Friedenfberg, Capr/swW, y affair can'r l>e c^njetflured, as he was fuppefed to be in yery eafy circtimftancea. Tbtirfday evening ayoyiig Gemleman, al>qut twenty three years of age, went tn fee his uncle, a perfon of diftindinn, a prilnuer in tlie Fleer, where fom? words arihmj between t.em, the 3'Qun.c; gentleman cut his throat in a vu* v Circle and deflate maimer; a Surgeon was f.nt fnr who f.wed up the wound, and there are fome hopes oi l:is recovery. Letters frcm Avignon, dated Nov, 14, are filled with melancholy - accounts of the damages their Cantons have fuHained by iniiudarions; and that particularly on the 3d inftant, the Rhone oversowed its banks aiid overwhelmed two thirds of the city, fo rliac the inhabitants cotiJd not go out except in boats.   The waters at length ntired from the city^ but the great-eft part of their fields flilJ continue overflowed. Thcfc letters addj that great ravages have been [igreit violehcifr all over that coun- j Americans ftiil continue as much diffaiisfied J of robbing a gentleman, at a houfe of ill Cieiken well-bridewell, on* violent fufpicion J occafioued by the overflowing of rivers in other try BANKRUPTCY enlkrged. Ihoni^s Aihurft ^laclane,  of  Liine-ftreet, within d� thy of Loudbu, Mcrchanr, at GiHtShall^ Jan. .7." I -B'A SffiL R U P T S required to fnrrender. V*$t barker, fate of George-lane, London, -CMffcr, at^GuildbaJJ^ Dec.  6,  14, and Johu Rofe, latt ofk Grett Queen-ftreer, near XiincSrfrtV inn-fields, in the county of Mid* ,   Wi� tontimt* � Guildfaajl, Eke, as ever. TheGuernfey man of war from New- Porti*nou Captain Richard Shik, of theciiy of Seville, and of London, from D^ntzick for Cadiz, is ftranded near Preftoe, in the Cad f Zealand Morgan, loft TV 9> J�. J    ^ Dividends h* be modi to    editors, Dec.'zi- John Urquhart and Charles Hay, Jate of the pariQi of St, Mary, Hotherhitfie, Surry, Coopers, Brewers, and partners, ac Guildhall, Loudon. Ito. 2.3.   Jofeph \Vhitehead, of Houndfditch, - Loudon, Diitillet, aj Guildhall. Thomas Cooke, Jjow or late of Size- Dec 14. parilh the citv of London ball is 10it on the coaft of Portugal: part of the cargo is faved. alt a general Meeting of 4he Royal So,-Zktg QQKi Andrew's Day, their Prefidem, the lutrJI ^M^cm^^eieh^^eir prfee-"Medal to Mr. Canton of Sphaf-fquare, for ttts experiments to prove that .water is com-preflible. Mrs. Catlin is appointed College Gardener to Weftminfter-Abbey, in the room of Mis. \ Southley, deceafed. Thurfday Mr. Rayner, late a Taylor in Norfolk-ttreet, was appointed Head Beadle of Sr. Clement Danes, in the room of Mr. t� deceafed. Robert Dec. 30. in the county of Lancafteiy Shop-keeper and Garthwrigh . Saturday the following numbers were j metropolis. fame in the fame patilh, of thirty guineas and fome iiiver. Articles of Intelligbkch, Csfr. from the Postscripts vf all the Evening Papers of laft Saturday. Extras of a Utter from Farisy Nov. 22. u Certificates concerning the health of ihe Dauphin are fluck up twice a thy in the Town* hall, where there is continually a concourfe of people to read them, and according to the fear or hope which thofe papers exp:efs, -we fee the conUer^axion in their vifagei iucxeafc or dimi- We hear that a Royal Perfouage wzs tapped agun liUt Wednefday, Uu tlie operation was attended with little or no water. Five Commoners in th$ prefent mini dry, it is faid, will be advanced to peerages, foou after the meeting of the parliament. It is faid that a liiJJ will be brought into parliament, next fefliom, for eftabliihiJ>3 Courts of Requefls, for rhe recovery of fmail debts in Scotland^ on a iiuuLr pLn with tbofc in this done uhrfy CQaft i-�ge at St. VaJliex and all To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Leicester. GfiNTL & MHN, LJJ VIN Gy this Day, at your General + -I   Meeting, had 4ht Honour unammoujlf to b* neminMed to reprefent this County in Parliament in the room of my fate Father j I take the '*r/refi Opportunity of returning my mofi gr�t?ju! Thanks for tbis Favour, and requefi your Votes and Ith ^wi^^f:�*^/^^^r^ that l wiB tmdeateur, a faithful Jfycbarst m Duty^ to deferue the Honour corf erred on. Gentlemen, Leicefor,        Tour mm obliged and Sept. 30, i7tf)-.        Obedient humble Servant. j To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Huntingdon. 1  NG ban put in Nam Candidates tcreprefent this County in Par- Linnen Mancbf LONDON day morning the and jrrince o* w mcs, utmv^ of Ofnabrug, the prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, paid a viik-to ber Royal Highnefs thePrincefs Dowager of*Wales at Carlton Houfe, to compliment her Royal H/ghnefs, it being the anoiverfary of her birthday. The ball that was at St. James's on Saturday aight, in honour of her Royal Highnefs the frincefs Dowager of Wales's birrh-day, was not fo numerous as ufual, but the Nobility that were prefent made a brilliant ap-|>ca'ance. Their'Majefties entered ihe ball--room about a quaiter paft nine, and the ball was opened by the Duke of-York and the P.incef. Caroline Matilda 9 their Majefties � K-iihdfew a liirle before eleven, ^nd tnc ieft   only daughter, .46,0001   befides his peifonal We alfo.hear he has left to his houfe- j Eiigland. keeper jco L per annum during her life, and his equipage. On Wednefday died, in an advanced a^e, at his houfe at Camberwell, Robert Poynterf �fq; an-eminent Weit-lndia merchant in Bi&opfgate-lVreet. On Satuiday died at his houfe in Cary-ftreet, William �aft, Efcy formerly one of the Six Clerks of the Court of Cnaocery, d*iF�ai bufinefs Letters from Jamaica advife, that feme emi-nent meichinis tbere are going to eftaJWifli a j manufadlory of writing paper at Pore Royal, which ir is thought will be a grear faving to *rh=it iilaud. The following was fent to Jacob Fowl?, and William Browne, Efqrs. the prefent repreien-ratives of rhe town of Marbkhcad in New- lemen, �* We the Freeholders and other inhabitants ofMarblehead in Town Meeting aflembled the 14th of September, A. D; 176J, pxofefling rhe greatell Loyalty to qui moll Gracious Sovereign and our fincere regard and profound reverence for the Bririih l^arliameiir, as the moft powerful and refpedaUe Body of Men on earth j yet, at the fame rime, being deeply frnfible ftf the diftreffes and difficulties to which out naa�weuaw ^ j* h [t uffcmbly's late affertidii of Power, OnSaturday.diedatWand^o/t^ tte    8 y      ^ , 68th year of h� age, Richard Cowling, tfq;    � �   ^     . urlol)Cr; .   lhe m&Di criri day Lo fenior, an eminent Scai:kr-Dycr in South 'waik. �  A few days ago the Rev.:Mx. Tryton, of Seatonin Rutland, being out a (hooting, had'Che misfortune to have one of his eyes pofe us, think it proper, in the prefent critical conjuncture, rhac you promote, a:;d ard^t-Jy join, in fnch dmifuJ Remoijftrances, and humble petiriojis, to theKhig and Parliament, and other decent Meafures, as may have a ten- peal of the Stamp a61,  or count Falmouth, preached before their'Ma- pui out,- and ;he other gieatly hurt, by ihe a]kviation of tbe heivy hardens chereby im-. ieilies at the'Chapel Hoyal,- fiOii^Pioveibs � K,,H4,"U"P ,1,c onn 1    "       '   A-:- ~' Hef Ways 4' e ways of pleafant- iii. 17 , . �efs, and all her paths are peace. T,r� r.e March carried the ftvord of ftaie. The buriting-of his gun. '- On Friday afernoon two rafcalJy fellows riding furioully, for a trifling,'wager, along Mile-�nd road, threw down Mifs Fairbro- " M On Saturday evening hi,Grace die Arc*-   ther, about 17 years old, daughter or ivir. �f Vn.k ai.ived ar his houfe in Dan-    Fairbroiher, Stpne-giaCon,.and. one s)fibfii 'mouih-ftreet, from his feat a. Bi&oplthorpe   hotfes trampling on her, fte was taken.up in YorJcfhire, and on Sunday waiitd on his   .dead.  The villains efcaped.  , '    . � hi iwAim. ,  _      m r    Saturday la (I a-journeyman Baker w9s. fqueezed againlta polt hy a dray's turning _ _      fhon into Aldermanbuiy, and killed on the fcS:*^ to to      VlHh, for .he J      M^-"-;" Majeity ac Sr. J_.,. - Friday night the Right'Hon. the Larl of Talbot arrived at his houfe in LincoinVInn T/rintfir feafon. Rkht Hon. the Earl of Effingham and bis-new-married Lady weie introduced to their Ma jellies ai St. James*^ for thefi.ft lime'firiCB theHr mairiage, by Stephen Cotnell Dormer, iMaiter of ihe Cciemonies. _________________M , the lame day a poor old woman, who walks on crutches, and fells ^ruun^-ivy about the ftreets, met with the fame fate in Long-acre. Early-on,Friday morning ihree men were fdetv digging in the chmch-yaid, by the Peft-houfc in Oldrftrcet, a gun was dif- r.......- Brirlih Colonies foralinuch as great cumaks wndmg to the fnh-vtr/ion of Government, and the great reproach of rhe inhabitants of this Province, have lately happeneJ, arid feveral outrages been committed by fame evil, minded yeopkin the capital town thereof. You are therefore direfled to boar y;our KfUmony .agyiitf, and do aJ] in'your poW to fupprefs and prevent, all riotous af-femblies, and nnlawfhln&s of violence upon the perfons or fnbfUnce of any of bis Aihtjefty's fub^ jedls 5 and that yondo not give your aflefct to any a� o^ affembiy, thit flu'U inipfy rhe \yil-lingnefs of your contUtneBu, t^ fohout co any internal taxes thar are impo&l othierwife than by theGreae and G�aeralCbqrrof t^isPiOcince, accordihk to the confiscation of this Govern- ment. her matters we leiVe to your ftiug you will z�k as vve apureh H hamtnt at the next General Election9 �y a 'very ereatMajority ot tbe Gentlemen> Clergy, and Freeholders ajj'emhled, tb>s Day. at tbe ^Tovw-Hall in Huntingdon ; We beg Leave to take tlyefrft op. pert unity to return cm beft Thanh for the Honour which you then did Vs^ and to entreat tho further Favour of your Votts and later eft at tbe next General Elettion. We are, Gentlemen* Huntingdon,      Tvur rnoft oba^ed and Nov. 29, 176J.      Faithful humble Servant3 HlNCHINUBROOK, _Carysfort. untis'gdon, Dec WH E R E A S an extraoniinary. A#d-vcrdfcmeiit lias ap^-earcd intue Cambridge Chronicle of November the 3%;, <]*Kd Huntingdon, November die aqth ; hi which if is is �tki, that after die Nomination of Mr Bernard, upon a Vacancy that is now likely co ha^ pen, Two or Tiree other Perfins nsere propofed as Candidates at the mxt General EleHton; and the compaky brok� up without COMING to awy LfiTEKMlN A 1 ION. NotV" this is co intbrcn fucl\ of the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Huntingdon, as were not tUen pn-fenr, diatac tbe greatett Meeting ever Joio* n upon Aich an Occaiinn, iqomediately aiicr Mr.Heniaxd's Nomination, Lord VifcouiU HinclUHg'ro^i, and Lord Ca. rysforc, and thkv o&'ly, were proofed as Candidates aLtl\e next General Election for the faid County, and a Dirt/ion infixed on ; by wlijh it * appeared, that above Thres Pakts u foi/i of tbe County approved of tneir Nomination. VALERIAN. Enuine Tincture of the True ROOTv by ihe niTedioa of Dr. H1 LI, 1* loid by Kichard baklwin, in Pxtc^noitcr Row; 2Da J. Ki41ey�-BookkMcr, the Lower-end of St. Jamca's-Sitcex, in PintBoitlcs, at ios. 6d, the fmaHcr at sj� inj as. 6 g5, vain atjd \Va/i�icri�gs ot die Mind, in 'ConvuMiuns, Kyftcxick Fits, H)pochoi.draical Cuiu^lainn, and th*; EpUepfy-  It prcveois .Sickucfs ac the Stomach, and calces off entirely that Seme of Fuliefs and Swclur.fi of' the Flcih ia ilamp V\'eacncr, wiiich fo ^ccach uicti. Perfons of Lax Fibres.   Ic gives i (ercne t tuarfuhicili ol' .Difpofition in the Place ot thole CautcLG Horrors I which fo dreadfully opprefs People' who have weakJ Nerves. Providence feemi to have givea thePliotxna pecu--Jar Maonex to England, where thofe P if orders aremdrl? commoa,   A Medicine nwt only ioi the Bodjj but the Wind.   

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