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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 21, 1765, London, Middlesex                                Mimh. 5953 From SATUR&A& J&ecekbsr [Price Two-peace Half-penny Sf. jaynefs, Dee. 11. J?rom the London Qaz*ti*e. St.j4mes*tt Die. 2U \H1S day the "Right Hot.' Gtarg* Satk-yilK, ^fqi; comrortn-ly catled LordGeorge Sackville, w% by -| his Ma'e-fty's com* mand, Mora of his Majefly'* moH Ho-nonralie PrivyCoun-til.and took his place *t the Board according] y. The King has beeai pleated to appoint the fcight Hon. John Earl of Lgmonr, of the kingdom of Ireland, and Lord Lovel and Holland, of Enmore in the bounty of Somerfet in Great Britain, Sir Charlesi Saunders, Jtnighe of the Bath, ^toguOus Keppelj and Charles Townfliend, Efqf*." Sir Willi mi Meredith, Bart. John Btil-Ifcr, and John Y/orke, Efqrs. to be Comwif-Jioners for executing the office of High Admiral of Great Britain and Ireland. ,BA,NKRUPTCIES^r^. Gabriel de Vebre, of London, Merchant, at GnilJhal], Feb. 1. Abraham Andrews, late of liifhopfgare-ftreer, but now of the parJftt of St. Bride, London, Jeweller^ at Guildhafl,. Feb. 4, Ralph Tatherh, of Loudon, Merchant, at Gnildhall, Feb. 4. BANKRUPTS. Alexander Campbell, of the city of Briftol, Merchant, Liontn Draper, Dealer and Chapman, at. the Fountain tavern, in ihe High flreet, Briflol, Jan. 6, 8 Fel.. 1. \y_lliam Bonham, of Allen's Courr, Leaden-hall- ftreet, London, Packer, at Guildhall,  London, Jan. 3, 4, Feb. 1. 5ohn Panding, of the Old Change, London, Hatter and Chapman, at Gnildhall, London, Ian, 7, S", Feb. 1. Brv~iDE>�DS to be made to creditors. ' Jan. 22,' Thomas Delamqtte, of Dow gate, in the -city of London, Corafaelor, at Guild- :   ball. Jin. 30.-* ;H*"^ Salomons the younger, of Savage Gardens, Xondbn, Merchant, at Guilds �'"   hall. . '. ' ;   � Feb. 4.   William Buih, of" Gracechurgh'ftreet, Loudon, Woollen draper, *at?faiidball. Ce feTrp I cXrt; to&JfflM�eJ.   ~ Jan. a 1. .Hugh Brawn,  late of 3dincbin� hampton, in the comity of Gloucefter, Lin. nro-drapcr. On Sunday4rfheda Mailfrom Holland. Stftibafo, Nov* 30. THE Sia>e$ have come to a refolution that any "Deputy who fiial) degleft to deliver in due time fuch .paper* of docu-,ems as (hall be committed to his care to lay before the Diet, lb that they may pali a propel examination before the Diet breaks Up, (hall be' fined icoo cfownsi a�d be de* prived of {tiling hereafter in the Affembly of the States. Algifrsv 0  weight! .. aba the fin,. Awfiich^oth fo eafH^^-Mfcf ^ > -The Earl of HarcoUn aarriedOre fwdrd of J  ftaie,        . -v' ' " . ; Her Majefty was not at theCh^ila^R'oyal, On Sunday/ but was at the drawirl�^toorfl. Sunday their Graces'fhe ^ujee and Dut* chefs of Matlborough fet out from their, houfe 'in. Pall-Mailer Lahgley Broom in .Berks, till after nheiiolidays: The fame day the Kight Hon^ Lord Charles Spencer and tiis La4jfj fiy o^iVool their houfe in S�U James's, for^the feat ojf Lord VereiriMtddlefe*x.      ' ! Sunday ihe Earl of Chefterfield arrived in town from Bath. ' '   v ? Sunday the Hon. General Drape? ^arrrveii in townrrora Ireland^ and afterwards kiffeil; his Majefty's hand at Sfw Jame^Sj^on being < appointed a Knight of i he Batrri        * \ '. On Saturday a meffenger was fent away with dtfparches of importance to the Pruf-Can Court. The laft letters from Conftantinople act-vife, that the plague in that capi al, had quite ceafed,'and. that the populous there were become very infolent and. outrageous, on account of the bad fuccels of the Turks again ft the Georgians. A particular defaipttqn of thecuiiouscap made by Mefll Cox anil Giace, for an Eaftern Nabob.-Trhis(uperb ornamental head -4refi is more properly'a crinvn or 'diadem thjtn a . cap, haying, befides the circle or border th?t goes round the turban, a top or crown to reft upon the head, molt ingenipuily and curioully contrived with lockets andi fprings to take in or let out to a larger or fmaUer dimenfion, fo as to fit any fii'd bead, as  een pleated to appoipt Lady Mifgafiet Bbwlby, iiftiV to the Earl of Car-di|ariji Lady of �he Bedchamber to Pi incef.   ficesofthis city for the year ei fuing, when moft of'the-old Gommon-CounCilmen" were fe-elecied. ; OhThuffday ^r. James Barclay, Brewer in Oxford-road, aged 78, was manied to his fervant raaid-, in the iqth year of her age. Mr. Baiclay had been a widower but nine \vee"ks. On Fiiday night died, at his houfe in Great Orraond-ftreet, in the 74th year of his age, Stephen Clayton, Efq; an eminent Conveyancer. He has left upwards of 6d,oooi. to an only fon. Sunday died Mr. Samuel Seacfa, an emi->neht Broker, "and mafter of the King's-Arras inn in WhitechapeJ. The Rev. Mr. Carpenter is not dead, as mentioned in the papers pf Saturday, but well and,hearty. Thurfday laft died, in the coun'y gadl of Surry* James Tyler, the i.oted hog-ftealer. This man broke away fome time ago from the (hip Priscefs Royal, arrd on ilalk of which is fet with pearls of an un� common, die, to which are hung emeralds', peai Is and diamonds of great value. On the left fide of the diadem is a focket tp receive a large feather, alqne valued at near Soooh made to be worn occafionaMy without the diadem. On the center or top {where pn our King's crown the globes and cfofs are placed) is a mat^lefsllarge.pearjli thelhap^ or, but larger, thrfnfa-ptgeonV'egg j^o^er it. are- palm branches, to1 which it is pungj and to which on each fide are fUfpended fin4 emeralds and pearjs, as there are alfo round the front ani fides of the diadem near ari hundred more. The nUmber of ft ones and pear,h>:in the -whole ace upv/a/ds of fbu^ � thoufand, weighing ?v?enty.?fivie bfthcesi the principai part of which hiif joeea. &Ver4 years colk^ing. The whok.U ei^me^ aJs fcapiral apiece of ^ewe]hTr^a� wlmww in England for many years,' It was/la^ week' fhewh w their Majefties and the Ro^a^Family, ail of whom, we hear, exV prefs'd great fatisfaclion and approbatronfon viewing it. On Saturday ife'nhight it ,wa^ carried from the Eaft~India-houfe, under a �proper guard to Gravefead, and there (hip** ped on board the Britannia, Capt, Rous, for Bengal. The Scots cutbear bids fair to fct afide the Canary Orchall* ks an Tngredtent- tifedj in dying:, both are Wjeeds, thei fomei grows on the,.mountains of ScQtlandiand Wales) the latter in the Canary iilauds; After fuffici*nt tria 1 of the cuxbear, moft of the principal dyers ^Jfn SoarhwarJc have adopted and ufe it.^-Thus wefee the bid* den tfreafuresof Great Bricaiaaredaiiy.find^ ingour, whieh in' that article muftfaye a Confiderable fura yearly, now paid |dv|o| relgnerf.-Thjs w�*d waaVfoiao^eayiago greatly approved.'of, and recommended'by the Society of Arts, � Sec. iff tfte.Stfaadn The Cojlrt of-Diredora of the Bank of Eo|lafld -give notice to .SftWrdaj*s Gaiett^ f hac tliey_riave made an agreejatew with the Right Hon. the LorrJs<2omrnih*jntrJ.of hi ufed to harbour about Northwood, in Sltrpy, and ^waffufpeftecl to"1 have committed divers- o^hejjob^Hes on foot on the highway. ^^KTrCLRaV"iN"T�l.t:iOEN en no lefs than three gallons of water were taken from him.   His condition before rapping W4� fo weak j that it was a little doubted whether he would have T�en abfe to undergo the operation j hut it, appearing rieceflary to do ^>metl)ing. inujaedutely for .liim, in order to give luxn jeliejf,      rtnwdyyaiter due conliil-. tati^n^ vya? put,i4:p^Upe'j liycomanand, and ,^rjWi time hasUiapu^iy foececded... . ExtralB of a tettir frvm _Cbarleflo. Titir of L. n on rhis occUlon. Hut no compromifc, yon rriay imagine, cctild take place where, ze^l iiail-fu ^re^c h  ihafe.iu the difpute.-Our  frieml M--is fucceeded here \>y   the no iefs  pnpti^r   A';r. T-d, who, like orhers of fiislown Hilc, pre.ici'.ii;g extempore f>y fli*e hoti'-, cannot l>e fnppofed 10 be cxtreinrly tleiicarc in tnafter or rruiwer. Let. ir l>e ackViowledged however, that he is one of the moft ajluring |ire. . His Majefty-,jbast*eea ^leafid to appoinj Lieur. CdlV Augu^ifi^PreVofr, from" balfi Lpay* ?o be LieuuenantColonel.in vhe R,6yai .pel that [he prcfenr corrupt and mrerelh-d nge has yet met with, for lie " ir.ajces no l'crnple, loudly ajid repeatedly, to roar our to us, to paitake with him evui in lus iiank Notes and and you mult know, he is poflefled of a hring of iix hundred pounds a year. What your London directors may have 10 except a^ainft the currency of his notes 1 know nor ; but ii: afliwes us from- rhe pulp.t, that they, were actually drawn !�y St. Paul, th.it they ?.tz endorfed by Jefus Cbrill, und th.it they ari accepted by God himfeif. Is not this eicelleut ! Out-WbittteldingDr. Whirritkl 1. &c. Sec." . Ott SuiuUy lait the Lady cf the Right Hon. the Earl of Plymouth w-s Mcly delivered of a forf, at his'Lordlhip'j feat at Hewelhall, in "WorcefierQiire. Saturday lalt died, at his feat near Edin-.burgh, the Right Hon. the Ixird Somervilie, He.is fucceeded in title-and efhue by his eldelt foil James, now Lord Shnerville. - Laft week iras married, ;it St. Cleme^if-Daives, in the'Strand, one Wdlitm Sherlock, an Out Penhouer of Chcifea College, aged 63, to Mifs Llizal^eth Wood, of Portngai-flreet, uear Lincoln^ Inn Fields, ot about 30 yea's of age, with a fonun'e of 1000!. On Wednefday evening lalt a womm pretended to* be taken in ialxjur in Monmouth-tofeer^which diew a qonconrfe of people abonc her,, uid after a collection made for ber, 11*2 pariihK ofEcers \yere fent for, who with greaj: humanity fent her in a coach to the workhopfe, and the midwife attended; when, to their great lurprize, fhe was delivered of a ^falte belly, compofed of rags, &c. and yeltenlay fhe was committed, by John Cox, tf atiir;.ou,.y to t>� vi/nuTt/CteA,\o reprefenf this County in r.trf/,:r.:i)it, m-tbtfroi'm of my Lite Fittber ; I t.iki the Opportunity of return'mtr tny r/.oji gmtsjul lhanh far fbsi Favour, and rtqueft yvur I\tes and l.-r 'ft/is afibred, that a gentleman of fbrtunej I who ldiig refided cti the ifiand of 'Hewfoinu}. land, has a plan in xeadinefs. ro be preiented to parliament, for excluding the French from any trade with, or flfoery upon, thaccoait j wherein it is demonftrared, that the French cleared, laft year,'fiill 1 y 0,000 1. fterling by their fifliery and irade there. u' Th?y write from Cadiz, tha^t his Catholic Majefty has. ordtred the Sieiu: Dufaulx, of Bayr . oune, an eminent Machinitt Qan inventor or manager of engines']  to go to the Havanna, to ' raife-the fhips which, dnring the liege of tlut - pbice, Ayere funk at the entrance of the har-b*ur, YheQovernmew of "Genoa-have ordeied all sht Jleligioiis Communities of-tlwr-eiry to produce, insexaft account.6f their revenues;.-      \ They write from Rome, that Cardinal Orfini .has ordered the figtu-e of-a child'to bertfiftle in iilver, of twelve pounds weight, which is intended as a prefenf to the Chapel of our Lady of Lorcttb, in'ifc^uovvledgemenr fbr'',the birth i.,of a fiw), jai whom his graml /daughter,- 'the ;*DuchefS'de Graviila, was lately bfotigbt to bed. This Chfuief. has long been efteemed by much -thericlreft in all the world;-and it was imagined about two years ago, that the Barbary ;j^overshad a dclign upon-it. a hue picture of the^ R%ht Hon. LoKTf Chief : Jujlice .Canideij is, rye hear, going to be put up in Gray's-inn-haW^ at. the expeuee of that liBnonratHe Society;"' '-^ � '   v . . terej} on tbe Day of ElecTwr. ; aiming you> tbjc I . '<�'*�  by a faithful Dijcbaret of nrf "Duty, to defeive the Hj/.mr conferred ony[ LeJcefter,.      ' Tour rrwfl obliged and Sept.. 30, 176r. Obedient Iwt.ble Servant, " John Palmer. The Day of Election is fix.u fi.r TJiurlllay ne>t, the 26th Lilianr. ______ To the~"Gentlemen, Clergy,  and Fiee- holders ot the County ot Sussex. jGen tl e m en, r'HE Writ.for the. EleRion of a Member .for tit County of' SnJJex, being rtcved for To~ day, I drfire the Fav-'ur of your Attendance at tie Cotnrty Court, to be held at Lewes on Iburfdaf the i< tb Day of this lvftant December, mhtn the EletHon toill w mad?, to fupport my httrrefl m tbe fuid Eeffttm, which tvtll ever be granfuiy ackfiozuhH^ed by, Gentlemen, I)tc. 17,       Tvur moft obedient, and 176). Mcfl obliged tuwbk < era ant, _T. Pelham. To  the Gentlemen,  Clergy and Frec- hokteis of the Cuuniy of Surry. Gentlemen, rH E Writ for the EleBion for this County being no-w ifjued, it becomes certain ' tbat it will bjpfiea on Wednefday the ^th of Ja-'tatary next : lbeg Leave, there tore, to rentw my Application to you.for yur Supp.rt c-< that day-, of tbe unanimous Som}ruttton 1 
                            

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