London Evening Post, December 19, 1765

London Evening Post

December 19, 1765

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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 19, 1765, London, Middlesex i 1 i \ Numb. 5952 From THURSDAY December to SATURDAY December 21 > 765 [Price Two-pence Half-penny Falmouth intents, conftru&fons, a RRIVED the Happy Return^ eale,from .Dublin for London ; and Willia*, Fofter, from New-caftle for Bour* purpofes whatfoever, as if they of them were born within this our Realm of .England. Provided always, and it is hereby de- of Hyndfbrd. He was tranfla'-ed to that See, in June laft, oa the death of Dr. Cobbe. A few days fince died Mr. Hill, an eminent Wine* merchant in Broad-ftreei Build- that hothing herein contained fall 1 ">&� fwMoorfields Job be taken to ere&� or gra exertife of any Jdmkrdl-Qmrt^ venture Penny, hut that from Cork for ramtjball b$% and is hereby refervtd fey, Storey, from Yarmouth. Sailed the Sarah, Tex- ____ for St. Andero; Neptune, Robert, for Sc. Ives; and Howberry, Dillon, for the Streights. Poole, Dec. 18. NantarandGuern- and our jkctejfon, audfhall% fvtmttm ton Sea\ granted, and extrcifkd, by *uirUu *f CommiJIons, to be ifued under the G?e*tSe*J*f England, or under the Seal of the Hi&I^Ad-miral. or the Comraidionets for eaectmag On Monday 8}d year of his age, Robert Sedgwicke, Eftft who ferved as a Major under the Duke of Marlborough in Queen AnneV wars; he has left to each of his ferram&'fifty guineas, and a year's wages. Thurfday morning a new-born female infant was found in a necefiary in Grey Eagle-court, Horfleydown, wiih its t ived the.Geprg Wednefday nigh of England-" tade cut woman was taken Elizabeth, Beft Port/mouth, Dec 19. Arrived the Prince of Wales, Clark, from Rotterdam; and Rofe, Hammond, from Memell.. Dover, Dec. 19. Came in the Medway, Adder, from Arundel for Newcaftle ; Badger, Cook, from Poole for Hull; Cbnftant Jphn, Two Brothers, WoodaJL from London. J the Society of Arts, to accept of wh^t had from. Lynungton and Good White, Burkell, and Good Intent, Newhaven; and Profperous, Martha!J, from Sunderland. Sailed the St. Anthony, Brayford, and Plymouth tranfport, Spriggs, for London. Deal, Die. 19, iNo flups in the Downs. Wind W. N. W. underftood, as appeared minutes, to be Capt. Blake's offer to produce his accounts of the fi& tranfa&ion* to the Society. Great debates being likely to enfue, and it being late in the evening, a previous queftion was put, that the lame might be adjourned to the next meeting. An amendment to the queftioh was then that the confideration of dbe poft February Sicion of being the mother, and examined y a Midwife, but ir appearing kiat fhe never had a child, (he was discharged our of cuftody. Tburfilay a corn lighter^ belonging to Mr. Trewitt, of Poplar, was run down in Limehoufe-Reach, by an owward-boumd "Weft-India veffel, whereby Mr. Trewiu'a eldett fon was unfortunately drowned. On Tuefday night a man belonging to poilo procured. veyed to the .Star and Garter, on Richmond Hill, where both ftili Tcimin, ^very kii:d of afliftance being afforded them, and arc likely to do well. Several of the neigh! curing Latlivs have been ro vific her, and the acKnowk^cs her/elf robe a Teacher at an adjacent Loi)du:g-febooi; fays her. nam: is Mouimer, and flur her Husband is abroad. The child has !>ceii bjptifed by the name of Henry HiJI^ in aiiufion to the fpot where he was 101 n. On Sunday eveni-g laft a female atdmircr of a certain very eminent |>;e..cher, not f. zjt Opport:o??ly c rhun.trtr try �> c :A lb n *s (or tiis Favour, ar.t1 re fueii j^ur '\t nour L O ,N D O N. Thurfday the Hon. Houfefof Commons waited on his Majefty at St. James's with their addrefsof thanks for his moft gracious fo defervedly fills it. The Socieiy's next i nexr. coach has been lat _______Jofeph tfates, one of the Judw the Court of KingVBench, and was admitted to bail in a bond of 100 L and two fecuritiesin 100 L each, for his appeajance npvr term at the fa id Court* Dutjfy tadefe* tie Ho . ;n- co .ferred on, Gentlemen) 'Leicefter, * Tcurmjl obliged and Sept. 30, 176?. Obedient humble Servanty John Pajlmi-.r. opening the feffions, and received Coach-makert in Wardour Soh a mofrgracious anfwer. Same day Sir George Younge, Member for Honiton in Devon, and his new married l*dy were introduced to iheir Majefties at St. James's, and were gracioufly received. We hear new commifUons of the peace are going to be.made out for feveral coiin-ti� m �ngl^.^it w�.�H�iWi thofe who refixfe and defltnp W� turned out, and moreufeful Magiftrates put in ; for f"s a grelt Aarne to hear four or five hundred Juftices of the *�m� halted over every affize, and perhaps^not i dttfeb appear;, and it ofien happens that the Judges, have matters of confluence to im* part^to them^ r * �xira3from eh Maryland Charter* gramted Nabob tereft in the Eaft-Indies: the outride is finebf have made their appearance in ihe night time, in the parhh of St- Giles's in the Fields, with Conftables ftaves, and under that pretence have created many riots, rogues To the Gentleman, Clergy, and F.ce- whhe fittln, and the fprings and harnefs- thai pretence nave ciwea many ^ Slw^ WMfilw. t many of whom betng known, we are told Thurfifay the foUo**tng horfes belonging to the fttid of hbi h�e Roytit Highnefc the Dulcc of- Gttrabeffend, -w*re- fo& by -Mr, ;90d, at Hall^ Pvery Stables at Hyde- fkrift examinai in order to lair. wo tale have I I h ! park-corner, 1. Ndl, for a. Keeper, 3, Milkfef, a. SeUm viz. Guimtat, 34 165 lOO 5 Herod Guineau r 506 240 a practice to go and fee genteel lodging creditable houfes, and, without taking 1. 83 rarlefil. ti Caecilius, Lord Skron o/\ iba {Wedne jafriVed Baltimore. 6. SuJun, 7. A grey Barb, 24 *total, 1146 laft eleven fine ie fervtce of his them, have immedia and befpoke goods, v lodgings, ediatelv It further, our pleafu for us, appointed Rev. Dr. Bernard preach before the ether taxation, r* vibatfo&uer, in and upon the dwellers and inhabitants of the afirefaid Province9 for their lands, tenements, goods, or chattels, e Appearance there in my Fa* your was moft numerous, and my Cbl't- attcrs on that Account^ as well as former ones, i f/uf. I am encouraged, there]ore, to Lope \cr \ku. xnovr of your Appearance. Foiss and Inter eft, cn the rtb of January, at the County Court at Guid/orA; which Tliey write from Jamaica, rhat four. Spanilh tranfports under convoy of a King's frigate, were arrived at Hifpaniola, with a Jiumber of families on board to fettle on the eaitern parts of theifland l>eIonging 10 his CarhoJick Majeity. They write, from Penzance, thai three Frejich {haJiops deck'd, with bmu&yand teas oa board, have been brought in there by the Cumberland were ween Sci Bath* (where he lately went for'the reCo- I Richmond The late A& of Parliament, refpefiing clan-defline marriages, wiil, it is faid, this feflion, be extended to that part of Cireac Britain, caiied Scotland j as many illicit contracts made here, have been completed iu that part of the Jciug- dom. The following extraordinary occurrence happened one day lalt \veeka at Kiclunond in Surry. gentlemen were taking their morning's walk in Richmond-park, rhey obi'erved a weJi-drelTei and vefy agreeable looking young woman lying on the grounJ, in i hat parr ^of Tour moft faithful, and Devoted humble Servant, GtORGK Onslow. P. S I hope for the Favour of the Comp.xny of thofe whm tt may fait, to iSreakfaft with me here, at Sine o'clock on the Day of EleHtor., or with Co/.OiiiioJV, at the Friary at Guild]rrd, at the fame Hour. . To the Gentlemen of the LAW. A-General Meeting of the Members cf thh /*> x rofejjion will beheld onTxejday, the u,tb Day of January next at Five o'C.ock in the Afternoon, at the Crown and Rolls Tavern tn Chan* eery-Lane, in order to confider and carry into Execution a Plan for the Benefit of their Widows; w't en the Company 0] every Gentleman, inclinable to promote a De/ign of this Sature^ will be efteem-ed a Favour. K B. Any Gentleman may, in the mean Time, have it Copy 0] tie Plan, by applying to and leaving his Name\ with Mr. fcjiab Brown, Attorney, at his houfe fachig tie Six Clerks '^fftce, in Chancery Lane. 1 -\-- i:alt-india Houfe, Sept. z6f 1765. HE � Court of Direct cn of the Unite^ Company of' Merchants of England trading U the Eaft Indies^ do hereby give Notice^ '1- at, pur-fuani to a Refolution cf tie enteral Cirt, held this Day, the prefent Innref* of tar Hands tcrCentum ptr Annum, on tie faid L.mparfs Bends, ot Ma the faid 'ft ajter t M Ham Ca fcifh t examining Ucr, tney aucovereu, mat an m*r terrible Jitiution ihe had been brought-to-bed, the night before, of a fine boy. Afiiftance be- turn per Annum $ a/.d t*e rrp ::*;rs tlescct are hereby attowea. to the iLth Day oj February next VKtujive, tobrmgtyej i.tS t r p At\cin.t;nt of the /aid Cottpar.y, at ih- ir L\ m Lzadr? Street, {it thf think ft) to b> rivte.f ..a\ , VN. turn per Avi.nn^ fnm the faid ?i/r Day cV ;jvv4 next acccrdi^.'y ; and t i.,t tie /rincryai-. > ;7. tereft to the 'aid 37.' ;/ March next, ok aa Bonds asJOali nu t-s b> i

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