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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 14, 1765, London, Middlesex Nurnb. 595# From SATURDAY December 14, to TUESDAY December 17, 1765 [Price Two-pence Hi'i-jjinny Frdto the' London Ga-zette. 'Copenhagen, NoV.^ 30. , H E. Court goes into mourning, to -morrow for four weeks, for his kite" Royal fligbnefs the Duke of Cumberland, and for the Margravine of Brandenburg Schwedt, the King of Pruflia's -.|i Sifter. Jt tie Court at St. James's, the l$thDay of pKmbfr. His Majetty having bem pleafed to appoint bis Grace Thomas ribijes Duke of New-ttftle, to be Lord Lieutenant of the county of Kotxiughara� and of the tow" of Nottingham and'county of the fame, his Grace this day took the oaths appointed to be taken thereuponi inftead of the oaths of allegiance and fapre-macy. St. J*mes\ Dee. r|. This day his Majefty was pleafed' to fill up one of the vacant ftalls e>f the mofl honourable mUitary order of the feath, The Sovereign having put. on the ribbon With rile fymbol "of ihe order hanging to it, the Gentleman Uflier bearing the rod, and habited in the mantle-of the order, introduced Andrew Mitchell, Effl; his Majefty*s Minifter Plenijxxentiary to the King of Pruflia, a Gentleman Uflier daily Waiter carrying the fword cf ff ate, which was delivered to the Sovereigu by a Knight of the order, Mr. Mitchell kneeling, was knighted with the fwdrd of ftate : Then �he Earl De to. War, having received the rib-Jbon, with the badge of the order from the Regif-ter, .(in the abftnee of Bath King of Arms) presented the i�ne to the Sovereign, who put the ribbon, over the new made Knight's right Shoulder.; then he had the honour of killing %is Majefty's hand j which done, he rofe up and withdrew. The ceremony was performed immediately after the levee, iu his Majefty's clofct, fever.il of the great officers of the Court being prefenr. tPbiteball,. Dec. 14. The Kinic lus f-een pleafed to conftif-tueand appm�t H.-ury Tahjot, Jofhua tlhurchXtt, John Mllinnk",' mid Henry f arje, tnjrs. together with Sir John Gielham, Bart, in the room of Denzil Onflow, L'.kj; de-ceafed, to be Comnrffijoners fori he receipc aiid management of the'duties on fait. B. A N K *R UPTS. J ty of MiddJefcX, Wine-mc-rclunt, at Guildhall, London, Dec. at, Jin. 4, ar. Robert Stanton, of London, Warchoufemari, at Guildhall, Dec. 11, a^, JVii. iy. -Dividends to in madt to Creditors. Jan. 7.-'�Henry Bird and Jofeph Qtiallett, of Rotberhithe, in the county of Surry, Shipwrights and Copartners, at Guildhall, Lou-.- 4on� Jan. 9 John Waldron, late of Stratton St, Margaretts^ in the county of Wilts, Dealer, at the AX'hite>horfe Inn in Cricklade. Jron. 30. Arthur "Clark, of the p.iri0j~ of St. . - Giles, in the Fields, in the county of Middle-fcx. Brewer, at Guildhall, London. CERTmCATfi/j he allowed. �Jan. 4. John Heath the younger, of th# parifli Of Sr. Mrf-y de Crypt, in the county of Glonceiler, Innholder. L O N D O H. On Saturday hi? Royal Highnefs the Duke of York gave a, grand enteiiainrnent to feveral of the Royal Family and Nobility, tt his houfe in Pali-Mall. On Friday iait the Right Hon. Lord Al-Jcp arrived at his houfe in Mount-itreer, Grofvenor fquare, fcotn Ireland. On Saturday ialt the Righr Hon. the Earl and Ccuntefs of Alhburnham, and their fatuity, came from their fear, at A&bttrrir karp.k) their houfe in Dover-ltreet. On Saturday evening laft the Right Hon. Ae Earl of Scarborough, Deputy Eaii'Mar-fbai of England, arrived at his houfe in Downing-ftreet, from his feat at Glentwonh fe Lipeo|nfiiir4> - -. Suadajr the Hon. John Pitt, Efq; came. C^ra^hjf feat in the country to his houfe in ^riington-ftreet, $t. JameV*. We are Informed rhat a Member of ftr--r, who -arrived from Bath on Fri 4ay Ja$, :ieft Mr. P- 'a'tf-'events, b& here by tUe iibtbof jgfftdupj^-Vic are JIkewife told the (ireat^ComoiQner intends to oppofe Mr. y---.and bit friend, in their iU- �t>ncerted fcherae of the: N. A.' ��. n Itamp duty, and that ne-will itand by the Colonies in their rights of Charter and Mag-aa �han:-*G
to deferve tbe Iic*.ur co; fined o,:}' ' .'- Geyt'cyet,, � Leicefler, Tour>.\f. oW'wed ar.d Sept. 30, 1767. Obedient >ii�>h:nS*.rvapi, John I'm.mkk. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and' Freeholders ot the County cf .Susskx. Ge n xi. b m e > , 'THE Writ for the Eleftion of a Member * for th- C uuty of Snjjcx, i->-;vi r/.c-ie.' f:r Today, 1 dejtre tbe Fa� ur H y:-ur A'.te .-.i-.tr.e at the Ccun-y Court to ie h id iU L'-Xis on ti-i.rf.Uf-the -*6tb Day ot this tfifh.itit i:cremt,tr, wiry, th* Election �//. be r-adf, 10 fuppvt my h.icrcf in the fdtd h <�<:/;<�, which 'z-ant, T. f/'ELH/m. To ttie Gentlemen, Clergy, md Fiechol-ders ti;aid LV. ami to ent-eat the f-rtber Favour of "ivr Vous and Ivtcrcft at the next General Election. Hfiars^ Gentlenvn, Hu uri n g*.lo n, Tour rnoft ob ,'ii/ed a nd 2\iov. 29, 176,." Faithfullitir.'o.e Serv*xt, HlNC.;INoBK.OOirj CAR.YSJORT. Hi'stisgd o n , Lei. \-5-. WHER-bAS an ext.aonlinary Ad.-vemJcine..* I ab �p^.a:u 1.: t:.B Cam- bridge CI 1 ro 1 tic le of NovtniSer got; , dated tJiuitmgOpji, Nov ember f.ii- iqt.'i ; in ul.ici' ic is is Ja^d, ttiax after tt^e NulHiiiatirn of .V:r. j-!?r* nard. upflii a Vacancy rhai is :io a Ji�.eh to i a ) p^n, Two or Tiree other 1-erfons ivre prepofed .if Candidates at the'next General Elccirn , as� THE C O M f a * Y, BK.OK a u r V I i i\ O t, T 'coming ro a n y c n r * k m r s- i 11 u a -^'^-f-this is 10 inform lueli of rhe G-.ntk-iiien , Cl'.r;y, and fiechoKien of the Coua'y ot Uunrij;^-..n, as Were iK�t t.'-cn pr.fer.t, t;,.ir,\C tie grcitelt '.Meeting ever kno- n ujrrn riidi aa �.)cc�l:on, iminedwrdy after Mr. Fa 's .Norniiurioji, Lord Yifcoruu H�"ching' sook, Lord Ci-rysJ.>rt, asu mty ow. y, were pre--oicd as tAiididafrt at tiie/ext Gi�trJ Klecucn ic.r lie fani County,-and a Dtviiion �:iju;*'! o:, ; by w:.ich it apl-'cur^vi, that a b o \ t Jhrbs 1-�a iti ) i.\ KoV k of the County approved of tiicjr .\oii.inatio... , r'HE Fretholders of tbe Count; of Hun-, t i so, oon, rejid-n* or near-La' don. art dtfired to meet at theoroqvr and -.nchor ''avir/i m the Str,;nu axd nut at the King's he&i, near' HoIb:u>>. Bar,, (,ts vs.>* ty Mifhfi* ad-ven-fer) on d/iday E.en-mr-ihe 1 th Infant, on speiiit A -fat s. Supper will he on Tsble at Ei;> t Set ck. Lo.-.i a ltLns .Mo s r ag v fii iheCj.air.^ This Day were publifh'd^ Price 1 s. 6 ti. fHE Secret Springs of rhe 1 late c ti A N G L S in tiis .\i 1 S 1s T r Y faiiiy .xpUiiie'-!, hy an HONEST MAM. Ia Ait Wer to th: Abufs and Mifrefrcftnmions cf i Soil ot Ciiiitor.- Wicli an iiiC'Oductciv Lec;cr co th. PrinuT of ti� Public Ativeit:!t.r. Hr'n:c$l fei T Uccket and P. \. Us Honcb, a: Tal!>'> R�ad, near Stirr^-licrK; iu the Stja-
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