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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 26, 1765, London, Middlesex                                RRIAZLD the   Dol- phiri, Dck�t, from Btfyoiuie Jor Camp- rere.j Briflol Mcr* chanr, Roffel, from Briftol J ' Draper, Modur from - Bel-faft j and Happy Re� turfl,   Veall,,   from Du'.lin,. k�th � r* Chike, from "Gl.fgnv &r, Dunkirk. itafi, Z>�. ay.   Ah ived the Rofe, Thomas, ~ttam Loudon. %6 Thifrfday.the e\eSt\on for the county of Suff�K came on at Lewes, .whent Thomas Pilham, Efqj was re-chofen wlthbuVoppo^ : -Same day the Right Hon. Lord Qeorgef SackvHle, was re-�lc*cd .Member of 'he Cinque Port of Hythtf in Kenr, without oppofeion. ' They write from rDrefden, of the Jth inftant, that the Polifti Prince Radzivil was preparing to fet out from thence for War-faw, to difcharge bis recognizance, and to make his rubraiffion fo the King of Poland. '.' Letters ffora Leghorn, of the 2d inftant, advife, that rhey  had an accoutw Algiers, that Capt. Cleveland, Emb feruifers, lHc one from Briek4ane> Spiral-fie'kU, and the other ef Buckrage-ftieeu; *h,en the'charapianefs of Buckrage-ftreet, after a conteft of 2$ minutes, came oft t victorious^ w ith loud huzzas from at lealt 3000 fpe&arors. Wednefday a lad of fixteen years of age, ear, at a public aoufe in Hungerford market, for a wager of a guinea, five pound or beef-ftake?, drank a q iait of beer in penny pots, and a pint of hot j and after receiviug his guinea, marched of in fullTpiriis, wrih-out being*h� laalt over loaded with it. A warrant is erdet'd 10 be - * *de out at The  Salifbaiy, fer  Evaas, for Loudon-   Wind K. 2W,i>/r. i& Came in the Harfwicfce V^GomkL'&om'OuakiFX- ftw the Ifle of Man: Bi&ard.   Crtfv.fcr Li/bon;'   St/ Lewis there feVen weeks, and had renewed all tike   Old Uaily, for the proper office for removing the four men from Dublin to Newgate in this city, to be tried at the next fdlion ofAdmiialiy at ine To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and. - holders ot theCounry of Sussex. (jj E s T I b M E N * JL1AV1NG this De; hid the Hontur XJl   0f fyjnq Unan*mo*Jl-t reckofen or.eofsckr Reprefent ttvh in Parti a writ, I t-ike.the earlir;t Opportunty of returning       rny nwft grate; ui ibanksfcr the fame \ and em, Gentlemen, I ews, Tour mo ft obliged and D;c, 26, I"6t. Msft tamiie Servant, � \   T, Pelham. To the Gentlemen, Clergy       freeholder*, of theC junty af Hintikgdon. THOUGH we think it much beneath ut to an fiver any anonjwws Advert ifer, yt '  're it r.tctffary to fet the atboh Tranfahatn Coch Mediie got fifteen me/feleafed, which were taken b,i,a,nine called the ^Lf^*|c^ � nn^nard-aGenoefe fiiiu under Eoelilh co-   the coaft of Ireland, and afterwards robbing and otriers, on the high feav on b ard the bi i^ a )tine called 'the Earl of Sand-h "n the velfel of gold, Giver,-&c. to a large 5ia icn G**t from London 'Harper,   from New'caflle,   Sailed the James,Seller,   for Cadu ; Badger, Cooke, Jfcr Hull -,. and Giti, Glory, for Stinderland. The E&vard, Fahar, rrom Malaga j u ar rived at Dover. on: board a Genpefe {hip under Engliib colours. , A letter from Holland contains the fol- L amount, lowing further particulars, relating to Go- \ articles ^/Intelligence, &c from Ceyl iqutft CO U N TRY   IN E W S. fori, 0/^4* On the 16th inftaat the wife of Francis Fofter, of Houiham, was fafely delivered of four fans. One of thein \vasftill born, another died foou after his kinh, but tjie other two are fine children. � YrfieFdaytheRev^- v,car ( trr**in" the- Weft Riding of ^this .conmy, fcfld Ntoftef-of ihe Gram roar married Lthof AITelby, in following On Tuefday laii, the st a   Wooll- Eaft i^idioS.. Dec. Z4- affair, iiaupened Corner's mop in this �o,wn : A "aveUfng iourneyoRin came to afe for work,, which wasatanted him; but the Shopmen per-eelviBg ftmething^to fptmd like fouie kind of ipefal upon the floor, when fc� laid down his wallet,, took, an opportunity �> f��fy fellow ftept irrfo a�d fouoii one togfr their-; curiofity, and fSerTl fmaU. piece* of filver plate, a dark lanihom,. and feveral orttfr anwgs proper/for night-work J the large: pfcee 0* plate they fecured ; but the. Villain-.got able, quantity of all manner of proviflons, and 4owus per annum, which the yotuig The Matter cf l-.ici (W tv* appeal to every Ger.tkmaf. then prefeut for the Truth of it) is as f I Jews: Upn a prep fid Dtvift n to take the Senftofth* Countyat the Alee ah wrnpi ion&d (the futtefh tbatWtis ever ajfemhkd upon fa.b an O*cajion) f proper onet rtjefi.d, II. After rhe Patient's Cafe has been thns de* fcribed, and fer.tx he muff remain hi_lus ufual Place of Refidence, 'till he has Leave tocome, fi^nitied by a-Letter fiom'the Regifler ; whn w�ill, at the fame Time, fend a Blank PariOi Certificate. .      -" '        t u III. Upon the Receipt of fuca a Letter, rne Patient mnfi fcc forward for Ha rn, brii.�;u'.g with him this Letter,  the Pariih Certific^rr duly executed, and three Pounds Caution Money. IV. Soldiers may, infiead *?f Pariih Certificates,  bring a Cerriticare from their Commanding Officer*, "they belong rn rhe f.one fignifying to what Corys ami that they ihall be recei Corps,  when d^fc^.rged from.th^" Hofpital,   in whatever Corftikinn they a-r. iiedLfl weeKat tuples, �       �' i� �*�f�7> Ci'e-S Lf deftri!>�i- There-wa5']ardy held �    T*       pKvioufly ; and tJ,ar they bring mt* I -I-.-.VI Thr^ Pnunds Cauuon Aloney. ouis Patrizi, who died Lft week at Naples, . �1 , . -. 1 - 1..- 1.-11 enjoyed ui annuities, ip*s houfeiti Bfuton-ftreer. A^ew days iince died eA to. Enfien Cannen, enjoyed w annuities,    There - was iateiy iieiu at                ^ v^ Money^ the houfe of the Cardinal Secretary of Srare, a       c - ^ Qautt ^ yum r aarga.of'tlif affatfs of this Court m cm. ti>� ***** from tht Commttfe �f V'r; iianU^H'trufted'ivitb the management of the Canada BUls, &c.'t? tie two Brokers, iftac *� We einbrace.tiie^firft opportunity- to ipfortn jFourihat the Canada Bills are new in a fair * Wy. of �eing fpeedily fettled with the Court of France j therefore* as k is ours, we think it 701K duty, to mifce the holders of thofe bills; acquainted therewith,- ^oprCTtnt the difpo^l of ,th�r property to ^heir diiadvantag�.n, tn CoU Tuffnell, at his ho at Lewffh'am-green. Monday la*.died Mr^R'chard Frpft, the 64th year of his age,, belonging to the flamp office in Lincoln?s Inn/and mafter of the Sun and Punch-Bowl ale-houfe, ia -SmithficW. private congeeg4tioi, touching the ceremonial to be obft-rvedcawards feveral foreign courts." A letter from Wlurby, of the 21ft inftant, fays, cc On Wednefday night Ja(t the Phoenix of this town, lying in the harbour, was fer on fire through careleffhefs of the Carpenter and a boy belonging to her, and notwithltanding-aJJ  UibJe alliltance, was made to* cxtinguilh the fAme, the flamep continued to rage with great violence till the fray pf the Cauti * >U*evy tt to de-if returning ihe Fatie�tsy after they are atjcharged from the HofpifHi, or of their Burial in Lafe (bey die there, ihe Remainder of the Caution Money, after thtje Etpences are defray d, -tuV/ be returned to tht firfin e-tena of getting into the Hofpital, without 000 tng Long-larw We Laft Tueflay morning died ii William Car Fielding, Efqj late Lieutenants of the Aftive frigaiey now in deda vio- nnt more than t\v rirdy confunied.1 aimoit ujly Cafe Hcfi f the Weft ihe CommUtec, BR.OOTC WAT5DN v � � i confidensly faW. that M*. ^5iJk� (Konly be wailed to hit native coiwtryr r* having been d^chad Vtfkpjpr. lent diford-,---------       ,       . weather op the coait of Hnfacola, which brought on an abcefi in h^^- betwelh 7�d �7, George \Woodfield, Efq" a We--------        �    \j. .   *      r this gentleman's only fon ^ed abyu^ fix weeks ago. �* ThnfWav afiernoon a ^evtjt baUla was Sr.\(jiles>,- for five fought fide, bet* -id th& feveral Houfes �.......Hon. Fnlwar, late Lbrd Craven, in or near Carnaby MaxXej, in tlie Pariih of St. Jameb% and ui the Pariih of St. Clement Danw, and aJfo at Craven Hill in the Pariih rf Pa'Wington, or el*where, in the County ot Middlefex, are hereby required to pay all Arrears of Rent, due at Michaelmas 1764, to Mr, Iohah Graham, at the Corner of Cravat-Srreet in the Strand; who is authorised to ?helme for th^tAofthe-El^*^ ^ Fuiwar. lat urth Kdit.-oh- THE BOO^Krof FAIR by ihe Ki        Auth Betn* an authentic Accuant of ajj  jfuu s, \ 7- Pfyrruuth, Dec, 24   

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