London Evening Post, December 5, 1765

London Evening Post

December 05, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 5, 1765, London, Middlesex V V - . Numb. 5946 From December 5 to SATURDAY December 7, 1765. [Pn.ce Two-pence Half-penny _1 * L O N D O N. theifland, quitted her, and it is a ptdce*of [ applied to the Office for redrefs, but was Lord Chamberlain's Office, Dec. s, 1765. providence he has brought her home. * The refufed ; wheieupon on Wednefday he f�m- RDERS for the I ?.lv_aCZ�JU,lhave,*een ver? ^V] h,ad Courfs going iato burning on Sun- ?-dajL next itie 8th inftanr,, for .her he not fixed his refoimions as he did, for there was no harbonr to go in. :He is ap-prehenftve the iron will be detained as.a eompenfation for their trouble." On Wednefday-night was rehearfed, for the Margravine of Schwedt, deceafed, fitter to the King of Pruilra^ viz. The. Ladies: io^wear black filk or veket, �fringed or plain lirrnen, black or white fans, and white gloves, , . ' v. to wear black full trimmed, fringed or plain lion en, black fwords and vibuckles, ThuT0ay:h?r Royal Highnefathe Princefs Amelia was af Court fur thefipft time fince the deceafeof her Royal brother, and afterwards paid a vifit'to her Serene Highnefs the Princrfs of Brunfwick. A few days ago arrived the Right Hon. the Earl of Thomond. at his houfe in _ * * Dover-ftreer. ^Tuefclay arrived th'6 Right Hon. Dowager Lady Bateman, at her houfe in Cleveland-jow/ from Bath, -Wednefday Iaft the Right Hon. Lord and Lady Arundel arrived, with a grand retinae, at their houfe in Bond-ftreer, from his LortjfhipYfeat atlrnham-hall, near Colref-worth in Lincolnfhire. Weclnpfday rrived at his houfe in Parlia-nient*ftreet, from his travels, the Right Hon. Loril St. Geofge. On Wednefday evening his Grace the Duke of Bedford arrived at his houfe. in Bloomfbury-fquare from Bath. We are i fa formed th.firft.ime, ,o'a & audience. .KhVn.. applaufe, in the dormitory at Weftminfter fchpol, by the young gentlemen, the Anuria of Terence. The fcenes were highly diverting Where the infant was" brought in by Davus and laid at the door, and where J}romo hurries away poor Davus to prifon for his pretended bonefty.-The two young gentlemen, in the characters of Davusand Myfis, cuftinguifced themfelves particularly, without any derogation to the others, who difplayed the elegant tafte of the Mafter of the drama, in fuiting each fo well to their refpeftive parts. In fhort, the whole-was lb admirably perfor Roscius been raoned die Office-keeper before the Right Hon, the Lord-Mayor, when his Loidfbip ordered that the twemy-.two ftiillin^s fhouhi be returned, and as the ticket the foreigner had a chance of, came up on Monday a prize of 2,01. that he (hould have a fliare of it, and -that the Office-keeper ihould pay cofts. On Wednefday night a fire broke cut at the corner houfe in King's head court, Too-ley-fbeet, which confuted a great part thereof; bpt thete being plenty u/ va.'er with four engines, and firemen fpeedily coming, it was extingutfhed without doing further damage. Tuefday lait two powder mills blew up at Wahham Abbey, but' happily no lives were loft. Wedrefday Iaft Mr. William Saville, a ceciiig; -a- cirenrnjpance ffc^r or>ghr ty H mem-I**. A-gfjirl�Tiun3 n-.\v in Ln^luul, projofes, xl fccnis,-ru ni..fce u C.iF:o\-cry ro riu* Socicry, of a czrxdh: rra/ifMar:;ir li.'tiv>r3 whicii airh gre^t iViliry will tlye hl Cornwall as yet, but thty^r feared ch I Thurfday came on the election of a Clerk ge In the evening of Wednefday Iaft, three ntlemen returning to town from Staines . ia Orders for the parifh of St. AnnV, Soho, j (attended by a poitillion) were attacked, a Hand of Minifterial fa that the^Minilter ters. the law bv w j when the ilev. Mr. Moore/ the Rev. Mr. J little on this fide of rhar place, by a fingle t on the leaft difgU^ conceived-by hiro> they are difmiffed or, imprifoned. And there have been likewife many new laws made that are" very prejudicial to the Biitiih Commerce, and particularly one regarding bankruptcies.^ On Wednefday vern in Cdrnhilh Jsckfon, and the Rev. Mr. Jeffaman, appeared as candidates. A majority appearing in favour of Mr. Moore, a 'poll was demanded in favour of the other Reverend gentlemen. - Tharfday mprrJl^ was married at Sr. Andrew's, HoJboiirn, by the Rev. Dr. Pye, Thomas Randle, Efq; of Great Shurding- ton io Glouceiterfhire, to Mif& Rich, niece to Henry Pye, Efq; JCnight of the St\ire for tlie county of Be^k?. Thuifday morning was married, at Sr. Katherine Coleman, Francis BedweU, Efq; Lockfmith td hjs Majefty, to Mifs Elizabeth ____ Fouiacre, of Reading, to the chair, a Committee was appointed i Letters from Jamaica mention, that the , at the KingVarms ta- j there was a very nume-le Merchants of this city, trading tpl^orth America } when Mr. Alderman Tfecothick being unanimoufly voted rous i I 1 1 i 4 \ (confifting of principal Mercha to each colony) to folicit fome eftettuai, remedy in the prefent rdiftrefled ftate of the trade to; the Colonies, fo eftemially necef-fary for thefupport of th3 manufadories of this kingdo Exira8> of by the Sing, 4 Mart j late Mr. Thomas Harper,: Merchant, at j Port Royal, who had acquired* an immenfe i fortune, died initiate, and a-Baichelorj on which account his fortune devolves to his heirs at law, in and about Norwich and Norfolk. r Sunday the 14th paft, died at Douay in Flanders, the Lady of Ralph CJavering of the county of Northumberland, Efqj 'who She was on formed of an infurreaion at Cape Francois, has left an only fon and heir. French and Spaniards, againft her way to the South of trance forthe ie- both by Coufjt ci'Eftaing, the Governor^ who endear-voured to qu^U it by military force. After along con The Governor was fled, fome laid to the Ha^vahnah. Seven hundred foldiers, were kilted; the loft of ihe inhabitants great, but aot.cenaioly known." The Lopgbrooke, Bailey, from Fal-mour h. is loit uoon the Bar of Aveiro* but New- mo ft of her*cargo is Taved. The Neptune, Slightholm, fro caftle for London, h loft on the Cockle, uear Yar)nQuih. Extrat? of a letter from Hull, Dec. 3. w iiu order to lower the price of ; hm rite only method ro doit effedluany will bo^ wot to grant bounties after wheat exceeds four fell-lings, and barley two {hillings ti:; Winehefter buihel; nor to fuffer' infurances upon grain ar any time, as it is well known great frgittU are committed uiHJer th:tt head, in various feapes^ wherein the revenue, the under writers, and the poor are joint f^^^e^ers.,, The Lord Howe cutter has taken a Hoop off Peyeniea, in the Chajincl, with nirery feven ajichors of French braJidy, and a quantity oi tea, which were concealed ncder a ftumGer o�J bricks, which was the prettnded cargo. The Rev. Mr. John Langhorne, Airhor of the letters between Theodohus auc! Conitantia, is appointed Ailifkiic" Preacher to the Hot* Sociecy ot" Lincoln's Inn. L;ii Saturday dkd, ofa fever, at Hn^fdon" in Hcrtfordftxire, the Rev. Mr. Martin, Redl^r of that place. This geurlemau Liriy change-:! his name- from that of Black, for an uuu- cf 600 1. per ami. Sa Satuiday died Mr. Abraham Howard, an eminetit Merchant ar Lheikr, Tuefday died iu South-Audl-y-flreet Miles Fleicher, Efq; laie in the Coinmifiion of the Peace for the county of Nottingham. Wednefday jii^ht died, advanced in ye.irs, ac his houfe at, - \VeftHdd, Efry faid to be polTeifcd in money and land of 1 yo,ooo 1. bur lived in fo private a manner thac. he was fctrceJy Jtnowji. A few diys fince an incendiary letter was fent ro Mr. >ViIli�m DaviF, Malfter, at Bridge water, threatening ro burn down his houfe, for to make chat Society a prefent of a whole length pieture of himfelf, richly framed, to be put up in their public library* Sir John Grefeam, Bart, is appointed Com-millioner of the Sale-office, in the room jdf DcjizJ Onllow, Efqj deceafed it is faicl the Hon. Colonel Ifaac Bar re. Member of Parliament for Wycombe in Bucks, will foon be created a Baronet of Great Britain. A new execrcife at arm? is about to be intro Lait Saturday a? Sir Edward Betiinibn, Bart, was icturmng from London, to his fear in Kent, lie \vas attacked, and itopped in his l^ort-Cluifc, a little beyond Ncw-Crofk Turnpike, by a felinw nn horfeback^ who "after many imprecations and threats, finding Sir EdwarcJ would nor be robbed, roue or! tovvarCs Brrrnley : We iince thar he is taken, and proves 10 be a Carpeiircx i.r Coiii-fy. WedneQay^ in his Ma,clt/S m,ine coips; and ^ Xotha GenUemen, Clergy, and F,eehaldCrS 90th year of his age, Mr. William Sher-win, a Surgeon in the-Navy, and Lord of the Manor of Davin^ion in Kenj. Yelterday moaning died, at his houfe in tics doing duty on fhip board are alfo ro be in-(fruited in the cxcrcife of the great guns. Thty write from Charles-town in South-Carolina, of October a, that a Gentleman of King-ftreer, Golden-fquaie, Robert Dal- j ^C7it pro^erry there, has latejy exhibited corn-rympie, JEfqj'fecond Ion of The Hon. Sir James Dairymple, Bart, and gi3ndfon 10 plauus ^gainit a number of ill dehguing people, who are continually propagdtaig fallchoods to the Indians, with a deiign to fpirit them .up againit the bluglilh. Letters from Caen fay} that they have rnadc there-, at Baieux, Vire, Conde, Sr. Lo, Cherbourg ai.d Valogne, within the ti^it'hx months of the prefent year, 643.394 Uvr^s Worth of keeper gave him only a 64th chance. The J cloths and woolen iluji^ which is 3364 livre; man fooa aficr hniliug uttl Ihe. ifopofiiion, | more than in ihe kmc fix mojlths of the pie Lord Scair, A few days ago a foreigner-bought, at a Lottery-office in this city, a fifteenth (hate ofa ticket forizs. though tickets fold at that time for only. 13 1. and yet, inltead of deliver! ha him what.he paid lo., jhe Office- of the County of Leicester. Gentlemen, }V IN Gr this Day, at your Gerwral Meeting, had the Honour utuirjmoujiy to bg norruvrtz* ti rrprej~e?;t this County in Parliament^ in the mm of r/.y Lite Father ; 1 take tie e*rt?e3 Opportunity of returning rny n oft grateful TbanRS fjr this laitosr, and refuel} your Ktes and Interest on the Day or' Billion \ aff wring }w, that f ivill endtAVtHY^ try a faitbf/ti Difchargt of ntf Dutfj to dejhve the Honour conferred on. Gentlemen, LeioeHer, Tonrnicfi obliged and t. 3l"3 iT^^. Obedient Lurnble-&ervaitt^ John yiAME*. ;