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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 3, 1765, London, Middlesex                                *0 From TUESDAY b*c*^w; 3j to THukDA^ :De?em�er ^Jt^ft^ Nttmb. 594$ [Price Two-pence Ha�i-penny From the Lew doh Gazette. fwzatft, Nov. 20. Few days ago GV neral   Lacy uras appointed by her Imperial Majefty, Infpe&or General of all the Infantry in this fervice." . BANKRUPTS Francis   Coulfon, late of Scarborough _     ppa^p^.  iii the county of York, Ship-bnilder, at the George inn in 'Cnney-ftreet, York, Dec. 18, 19, Jan. 4. William Wright, 6/Chadkirk, in the county �f Chefter, CaJlico Primer, at the AhcITor in Stockport, Dec. 16, 37, jari. 14. Dividend's to be made to Creditors. Dec. 31.   Jaroet Rfrfey, of Wert Cowes, in the Ifle" of Wight, in the county of South-�   ampton, Ship builder, at the George inn iu NeiVport, in the Ifle of Wight!. Jl LlSTeftie Perforii, nvitb ibeir Offences and Pumifiuntuttf  everas a Corifeflbr and Exorcifl, and baui&ed ' for five years to Caftro Marine. Joaquim Teiseira, Pofrilion, for affuming . the authority of the Holy Office, in order to rob -a perfon.-Whipping and five years ijavery in 'the gallies. Emanuel Antonio Aranha, alias Francifco Morreira Baudeira, a ftiarper or impoftor, for  �pretending to be of-the brotherhood of rhe Holy Office, and a&ing as fuch in behalf of that Tri-  Initial, without licence for fo cloing.-r-Whipping, and.five years baniflitnent to CaJfita, wltli a \4a�ingof. rightsc the injured patty to fue for lofles anddamages. 'v        . Antonio JofephOfario de AzevedoCoutenho, i>ei ukc-maker, for fwearing faffly againfr a certain perfon.-Whipping, hve years flavery in the gallies, and branding, as a falfe evidence. Francifco Lewis Tavares, Frier of a certain Order, and FranciLo De Santa Therefa, Frier of a certain Order, for giving falfe evidence at <6e Tribunal of the Holy Office.-Deprived for *pyer of certain privileges, with fufpenfion of -ihe functions of their Orders for ten years, and afc*htafl flavery iu the gallies for that fpace of �ime, and afterwards iunprifonment duriirg plea-Jiire iu the cells of the Holy Office. Antonio Leimo, Lay-brother of a certain �Order, for the fame offence.-Imprifojimene 4nring pbafure in the cells of the Holy Office, #nl afterwards actual Ilavery in the gallies for Doigo Antonio Xavier, Frier of a certain Order, for rhe fame offence.-The fame punifh-anajits.as the two preceding the laft-roentioned. Per fops who did abjure, their offences. Francifco Barboxa, alias Pufcoal Mertins, a Shepherd; Francifco Leyre, Glover* Miguel Kodrigoes Currp, Hufhandaun 5 John de Oli-%� eiri, or Teixeira j Jofeph Fernandez, a foldier; Vital PerreiR^Machado; and Antonio Jofeph Manroez, alias Jofeph Ribeirrf", Labonrer j ail ^br bigamy.-AH thefe fentenced to whipping, ^nd five years fljvery to the gallies. Antonio Da -Cofta Ramos, for bigamy ; and Francefis Antonio Pimentcl, or Antonio Jofeph, labourer,- for the fame offence.-Thefe two \vere fentenced * to whipping, and fix years gavery in the gallies. Antonio Francifco, Shepherd, for crimes of fcperfliaow.-Bamfhed for (wo years to Caftro jjjiirine. ^crhirdo Jofeph Loureyro, Labourer, for -yrerehtBng to work miraculous cures by means  car3jo>itgqt^ ' Bernwdiob Joftph De Andrade, Batchdorof Law, for fcamialous' and heretical opinions^ Uar paying due reverence to the Holy  Sacra, ment, and for fpeaking ill of the procofcdiifgs of the ftely Office.-Perpetual iraprifonmeoc hi the cells of the Holy Office*- Emanuel Ribeiro, alias D'Emamicl Xavier alias'.Ssbailun Xavier, a Ciergymau iiiiWinor Qnkrsj fentenced at Codmbra, at aa, aft of Faith, on the a6th of September, 474;, for having laid Mafs,- and confefted people w^hbnr being qualified for fo doing, for not complying with the bauiAment to which he w  fmprtfqjunent and; rhe hahit of ignotmajHkr life. -   _'- :      L -O. N  D ON. We hear the Inquifition it confiderednow in Portugal as a mere inft/umeor of State, acting without any interpoflng cognizance of the court of Rome, as heretofore j and it is thought with a view of depriving the Pope of his Supremacy. The Inquifitor General is own brother to thff Conde de Oeyras, prefenr Prime Mini&er and Alj-/u-ler in that kingdom. On Monday fome difpatches arrived from his Excellency the Earl of Hertford in Ireland, which have been laid before/he Privy Council. On Monday night his Grace the Duke of Beaufort "arrived at his houfe in Qrofve-nor-fquare from making the tour of Europe. Tuefday night the Right Hon ths Earl of Hairington, and his Lady, arrived at his houfe in the Stable yard, St. James's, from Bath. Hugh Pallifer, Efqv Governor pf Newfoundland, u> arrived in town from that ifland.  Extra3 of a letter from Borottgb of Elizabeth^ in New England, September re. " Yefterday was committed to gaol, John Prieftly, of this- place, for the debt of fix-pence, and the fees.   Hard times indeed i" Orders are fent to Portfmouth for the men of war, lately arrived from the Newfoundland fiat km to be repaired, and fitted out for fea. Saturday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter, and feveral" of the nobility and gentry, hunted a ftag, brought from Kich-mond park for their diverfion. The^ rotiled him upon Biatk-heath, at half ap hour after feven, andchaced him into Surry  he turned back into Kent, and was killed near Shooter's-hili about four o'clock in tire afternoon. After their fport his Royal Highnefs dined at an inn upon the road. Mr. Steel, his Royal HighnefsVMafler oFHorfe^ felli and very narrowly efcapexi'being killed. �The late Dak* of Ounrberland's 'feven footmen, two coachmen, porter; and two poftillions, and fucb fervants'as are^fually mentioned in the Court, {Calendar, are io't>e continued their falaties, as it has always been cuftomary for fer'vants belonging to a Piince or Prinqefs oP'theBlood, pawicularly the late PFince of Wales's, whofe fa!�r|es wjj^cQfluaucd tiB Qthexwife provided fojt There is no tfufhioihe aocwuni of Sir James Calder's bein^ appoioyaf Priyy-'purfe to their Royal Hightiefle> CbiJ.' Prince of Wales and PrincerFr�|.leric r7c, J--�1. A Mailer Taylor in Oxford road, pur-chafed four tickeis in the prefent lotiery, which have been fincedia^n all prizes, yii. one of 201. two of 501. and one of 500 1. Tuefday was raanied, at St. George's, Queen-fquare, Mr. Perrot, Surgeon, of Great Ormond ftrcer, to Mifs Gibfon, of Chelfea j an agreeable Lady, with 15,0001. fortune. On Saturday died in an advanced age, at Birley fc ^u/ry, the Rev. Jofiah. Webley, D. D. many years vicar of that parifh. Tuefday died, at his houfe in Hatton-garden, aged 58, Walter Sebbon, Efq'j merchant in the Carolina trade. The Young Nun, a Dutch fhip, John Minerts matter, from Bourdeaux for Am-iter dam, is loft on the Conquet, near Brett j the cargo was faved. Tuefday morning a loaded coal-b^'rge, in the thick of the fog^ ran agaioit a Dutchman's moorings, off the Tower, and funk; by. which accident the waterman had his arm mattered to pieces, in endeavouring to fave himfelf, but was taken up alive. They write ftora Shprehani in Suffexy that part of a wreck, of a veflel had been drove on fhore near xhax place, with fevexal fmall calks of biandy, from, whence they apprehend that fome fmuggler had been lolt in the late hard gales of wird. On Monday night laft a fire broke out at the large While houfe near the Gaiehoufe, Weftminfter, which did considerable damage, but was at laft happily extinguiihed after greatly alarming rhe neighbourhood. - On Monday the wife of a journeyman File-cutter, in Eagle-court, Old-ftreer, was delivered of two children, and expired the fame evening: The mother of the deceafed came to conftiit with the faufband about the funeral, who faid, that he wuidd take care of that the next day, but that night the brute applied to a furgcon, to whom he fold the body of his wife and her new-born children. Mr. Sutton, conftable of Aldetfgate-ward, who has lately had feveral incendiary letters fent to him, was feized upon on Tuefday morning, about three o'clock, in Alderfgaie-ftreer, by three ruffians, who beat and bruifed him very ienibly� and then clearly made off. On Saturday lalt a (harper, dreflVd like a countryman, went into Mr. Beale's, the Crown Tap houfe, Chick-lane, and offered a draft, drawn by John Dunn of Howden, Yorkfhire, on Sir Jofeph .Hankey, Banker, at the Golden Ball in Fenchurch - ttreet, payable to William Johnfon, or order, ten days after date, dated Nov. z6, 1765^ he afked Mr.-Beale for fome money on the faid diafr, but m a faint manner, and on Mr. Beale's anfweiing him very fmartly, he walked off, and faid he would call again for the bill; but as it was accepted, Hankey and Co. in a bad Mand, on the'back, Mr. Beale fufpecled its being a fraud, and by applying at Sir Jofeph'?, it appeared that the fame fellow has pra&ifed this fcheme on feveial Publicans, and wiih fume of them haa fucceeded, Friday lail a man on hoifeback was pur-fued by two Butchers in..Dep;ford, who took- him; in Butt-lane-, there was found upon hi in a piftol, and from that and fome other circumstances he is fuppofed; to he a highwayman : he is alfo faid to be the fon of a tradcf man ia the Borough. A, few days ago aa Attorney was robbed by fume footpads, near hisywn houfe at �al�ng, pf his money and a pai cel. of papers, and amon^ft \tfrt^* $Opjp �tf a wiM and jpto- bate, which he requeuing 10 have :eturned, they pjromjfed, afterperufal, tufenu by the poft, if they found them of no nfe^ which; they accordingly did. Ealing, Biemfud, &c. are much mfclfed by robbers. Laft Sunday Evening a Gentleman was robbed between tdmon.on and Enueld-wafh. by a- fingle Hrghivayman, weti mounted : many robberies have been commit ted in that road. - Articles of Istelugrset, 13c. frtm tte Postscripts cf aii tiic Evening Papers of Ujl Tucfdjy. Monday nij?ht, rite Right Hr>n. Mr, S�rre-t.ny Conway, give a gtsud fupper, ac Riclt-inoud Houfe, Privy-Garden, to their Ruyal bighueffcs ihe Dui.cs of York and (iloucefter, ami ihr Prince and Princef. of Knmfwick ; at which w-eve j-.rclcur fevtral of the Foreign Mmilters, wirli a grear mmiber of Nobility. Aft?r fupi'^i t!::-rt was a gr�t:d Cr>ncerr of Mu-fic, at which rli; wrinci, al p-ifortners at the Opera houlc alliilc;!. There u j. i.iw in Sxvcdcn, it i; fit, wfiicb, en.!(its, Tliat every Roiiun CJ�thblic P.-.stt who lh Jl be found in that Kingdom, mifcfs- a do-tnelfic Chaplain to a Fo.ci^.i Miuilter, ftlall be Caftrateti. W c i.ear, that the Kii-g of Sa'dinu's Minifter has been with Mr. Hairilon, to let him know, that his Mailer will  y the lormer. We are told from Cadiz, th.r one AUgHftina GaJlardo, a Grecian, died LceJy in a vilJagf ueajr that city, 'in the io6th ye^r of bis age*  The Right Rev. Lord Bifhop of Sr. Alapb has been pleifed to coiJate the Rev. Mr. John-fon, L. L. ij. and Minor Camion in the (� thedraf Church 0/ Chrller, to die Rectcry of Llaadyfful, in rlie county of Montgoirery, as the recommendation of the Lord ArchUidiop of York. * It is flrongly reported, that nnlefs a cemia Courc will fpeedily alter.th-ir pl^n of proceedings, a Rupture mult infallibly cni'ue j and ia is confidently faid, tliat two Comideraide Powers have engaged to aflifi that Court in caft of a rupture with Great Hrirain, . It is reported, that the ncceflity of a redi�e-tion of the Land Forces, awi a conftdeKtbl* increafe of our Marine, will l� ltrenuonfly nrged l>y fome patriotic Gentlemen, ac thf beginning of the next Seffiou of l^rliamenr. Vfe hear the Canal n ar Wiiuifor Lodge, it to be augmented the eufuing fummer to a very confiderable body of water, with an Ifland in the Chincfc tafle in the cenrcr, and a fummet houfe for the occafional reception'of their Ma>� jefties and the Royal Family. Con/idering rhe very hi�h price whii.h grain has been at for fome years p*it, it might perhaps be worth while to enquire rlie fums annually paid, to the great dilticfs of tlie poor, iii bounties on Corn and Corn Spirits for expor-. tation ; alfo whetlier fuch fums ought not to he confidered as an eafe to the Land Tax, and yearly deducted from it. We hear that the marc thac went to Lincoln, is now matched by fome gentlemen of the turf, to go to Baih in twelve fuCceflive liours, for joqI. a fide. It is faid there is joool. depending. Sunday night Mr. Larkins, af Siffrdn hill, was attacked by two ftreer-robbers in Bell Court, Gray's Inn lane, whoaft-r knocking him down, robbed him of his hat, wig, and 4 s. with which they made off towards Brooks .Market. Friday night fome rogues broke into the houfe of Mr. Gibbous, at Paddington, and flole thereout a box, containing money .�nJ rkgs, worth npwards of twenty jxxuuls. On >unday night a feJJokv w ho practices the art of flight of hand, exhibiting at a public houfe in W'hitechapel, borrowed a iilver watch from one of the cultomers, in order to difplay a rernarkah^e peice of dexterity j which he performed to the great mortification of the-owner, by fuddenly decamping with th-- j rey, and by favour of the night got clar off. To (he Gentlemen, Clergy, and l-ieeholdery of the Coumy of Leicester.  GfcNTLEMSN, \     ' I^IAVING, this Day, *t your General / Jt Meeting* bad the Hcntur unanimoufly to bt nominated to reprefent this County in Pariiamtnt. in the room of rny laU Father ; J take the e*rlieA Opportunity of returning my >,,oft grate] ul Jhajw Wilt ---'---3   "J   "   j-----1 - .       I----'o t>utT,    deftrve the Honour conftmd 
                            

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