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   London Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 28, 1765, London, Middlesex                                N-i-ib. 595* From SATURDAY December ?8, to TUESDAY December 31, 1765. From, the London Gazette*  GpnftantinopUy Nov. 16. " , H E Captain Paflia, returned lately with his fleec into this port, -brought in .prifoflers the crew of * felucca, who have for fome time paff exercifed their ' piracies in Acfe feas.   Their Com- ____    mander,     named Sravj&no, a Candidc by birth^ and one of the ringleaders -in the fchetne for carrying off the Turkiffir capirana fome years ago,' was hanged on the 4th inftant, and the reft of the crew, tooft of rhem M&inois, condemned to the gailies. JVajS/rjr, J>ec.%. On Friday laft his Britannic Majefty's frigate the Deal-caftle arrived in this port;''.and brought the E�rl and Gonntefs of HilAorough, in i o. days, from Marfeilles. 1 ^utrid^ Dte. 9* Her Royal Highnefs the Prindeftof Afturias is quite recovered, and as today is her birth-day, the feftivals have begun, and aj] the great officers and nobility have bad the honour tokifs the Royal Family's hands on die occafion. v JLaft night died tbje .Marouis d'Abren. who was fo long Minifler from the Court of Spain in fift-Un^ flic. 17.   Yefterday the King was  Bleafcd to appoint Count de Malzahn, his Ma-^fifty's Chamberlain, to be his Minister at the Court of ;Lomlon. St.: J^mti\ Dee. 26. a chapter of the moft (iiob)e Order of the Garter having been fummoned to ;iocet tills day, tlie K rights Companions, -with the Officers of the Order hereafter men-. rioiied, all in their mauties, attended the Sove-* rcigiiii bis own apartment; and being-called over by Garter, a proceilion was made from thence to the great Council chamber in the "/oJJowing order: Marquis of Rockingham, "     Earl of NorthombeiJahd, Earl of Cardigan, " Earls of Winchelfea and Nottingliam, . " - .' Duke of .Rutland, ' ;   A -� ' "puke bf-Newcaflle, fiis Royal Highnefs the Dtilce of Gloucefter, -"tM; v K "   Garter Kiug of Arms, .'l^v:*: ' -'''The Prelate, !-^*"ifv!, 'f Hie soy e-reign. ^ and Kni^hr'sponjpanioqs being ; jkr&i *icquaiined his M;rjefty tha,t Sir I ilSlo^aeiuirrstteoded at the door, and '^p*Jredadmifni. y Garter, ' J^fyiB^-tiit-eiUignsftf ^�ck Rod's o-ffict,' and f knecUug down, the oath Was administered to jbias^Eigflrtie-Prefete.   Garter- then piefen'tiug the ' chain 'with .the badge to the Sovereign, anil } afterwards .the �od, his Majefty was pleafed. to Iptft tlK Chain about Black Rod's neck  and to - -Uoliver"bim the rod -y and hiving ki/Ted his  ^J�0y'? hand, he \vitbdre\v~ to his place. Garrer then acquainted the Sovereign, that theiiean.of Windfor atteude4 at the door, and humbly prayed admittance to be fworn as ^Regiftei^; whereupon I eing brought in by Garter and  Black Rod, be was fworn, and in veiled . with the eiifigns of the Rcgifter's office in like Banner.- _ 'TheRegifler then /ignified to the Chapter the Sovereign's plealnte lor filling up the three \ Vacant flails J and as by rhe fhuutes none but a Xnigbf can be cledbrd", .his ftoyal Highnefs the Prince of W-aJes iy�s Knighted by Iiis'Mapfly .with the fvvord of i^ate.- The Cliaprer then ^protetsding 16 the election, his Royal Highnefs was decided duly elefted. Garter then pre fenring the garter to the Sovereign, his M�je|fy . delivered it.to the two fenini' Kuigbts, who Wckled-it on the-Prince's left leg, the Regiflir Xtading the admonition. Garter then prefenrec tktf'ribbbn jvkh: the- George, and the Pnnc^ JUJ^fcfttig down, his Majefty, with the aflilUnce Of j^rt'iClVigbtli if over his lhouider, the Regifler pronoancing the admonition. The Chapter r^heiT proceeded to die next ' elftSHioii, and hi� Serene Highnefs 1 he Hereditary Prince of ftninfwifik was declared duly elefied. ttqf'Higiuiefs wastbereopou received at the-door �jfih^bypt�joom, by the rwaiunior Kmghrs, {Uidatu&�ted between than to ihe Sovereign, b(^a^bj�wlled by g*rter, carrying the enbgns OHjCiuQxion, and J3|ask Rodj. and his Serene. **jri&MC** wms> iuvefled with the garter, riblwjn %uj^fibcj0i in. the iame maimer as the Prince of "Waks. ' 'l^t B�rl of AJbcmarle wa* ihen brougbtin b& Gaiter and -CUacJc KodK and Knighted with tbjt fvvactl of ttatc; being afser wards elected j .! -juid invsited with the, eofigjis of the Ox Ieareia" Viount Calbejl, of the city of Cafhell in the county of Tipperary, in the faid kingdom. The King has been pUafed to order lettm patent'to' be pafled under the great fe.il of the kingdom �f IreLiiid, cbutainiiig a grant unto the Right Hon. Arthur Trevor, of Brinkinalt i�> the county of Denbigh, Eftjj and the heirs tnalet of his body lawfully begotten, of the dignities of a Baron and Vifcbnnt of rhe faid kingdom of Ireland, by the lurms, fliles and thles", or Baron Hill, of Qlderfleet in the county of- Antrim, and  Vifcount Dungannon, in the county of Tyrone, in the faid kingdom; The King has licen ^leafed to order letters parent to be paffed under the gre.it feal of the kingdom of. Ireland, containing a grant unto Sir George Pigot, Baronet, and the heirs male of his be dy lawfully begotten, of the dignity of a Baron of the faid kingdom, by the name, itile and title. of Baron Pigot, of Parlhull in the county of Dublin, in the aforefait) kingdom. The King has been pleafed. to order Letters Patent to be paffed under the great feal of the kingdom ef. Iicland, containing a grant unto the ttight Hon. John Gore, Chief Julticc pfhis Majefty's court, of King's Bench in that kingdom, and rha b^irs male of his Ixxly lawfully begotten, of the dignity of a BV6n of the faid kingdom, by rhe name, ftile, aird title, of Ba'on Annsly of Tenejick, in the county of Longford, in the faid kingdom of Ireland' The Knig. his been pleafed to order Letters Patent to be paffed under the great feal of the kingdom of Inland, containing a grant unto Elitabeth Ormlby Rowley, wife of the Right Hon. Hercules Langford Rowley, Eftj; of the dignities of a Barouefs and Vifcountefs of the faid kingdom of Ireland, by the names, ftiles, and rules of Baronefs Sumroerhill, in the county of Meaih, an4 V'll'countefs Langford, of Lang-ford Lodge, in the county of Antrim in the laid kingdom ; and the dignities of Baron Sum-merhill, in the faid county of Meath, and-Vifcount Langford, of Langford Lodge in the faid county of .Antrim in the f�id kingdom of Ire land, - to her ifluemale lawfully begotten by the faid Hercules Langford Rowley. Wkinb*llt.' Die. z8. Yefterday an account was received from Paris of the death of .his Royal Highnefs the.Daupbii, on the, zothpift. . BANKRUPTS ^eqtdreJ to jiarrtnJin, � George Fowier, fen., aud George Fowler^ juu, . of .Cornhilf, Lol^on, Box-mafcrj, at GufcJ-^aji, Jan. 4, 8. David Jardbie, of Plymouth in Devonshire, Mercer and Draper, at Guildhall, Jan. 4, 20, Feb. 8. ' Dividends to be made to Creditors. Jan. 2i. Edward WiliLms, of Mile End Old Town, Carpenter, at Guildhall. Benjamin Greene, of Ampthib1 in Bedfordftire, ' Draper, at Guildhall. Jan. 20. Kyrle Thomas Will, of Swallow-ftreer, Srk James's, Weftminfter, at Guildhall. Jan. 30. Natlumel Roffey and William Chamberlain, of London, Merchants, at Guildhall. J*n. 18. Richard Simjxjle, of Wolverhampton in Staffordlbire, Grocer, at the Angel inn in Bewdley, Worcefterlhire. Certificate to bi allotved. Jan. 18. Charles Schavv Grofett, of Coventry-ftreet, Piccadilly._._ L O N P U N. Sunday at half an hour paft three o'clock in the afteraoon died of a complication of diforders, in Leicefter-fields, his Royal Highnefs Prince Frederick William, his Majelty's youngeft brother, in the;r  K.oyal Highnefs's being very dangerouily ill, there would be no Court, aor. drawing-room. Same day the Rev. Dr. Barnard, Canon of Windfor, and fir ft ' mafter of Eton-School,' p.'eaclied before the Nobility at the Chapel. Royal J their Majefties were not piefenr. The Rf^ht Hon." Henry Seymour Conway, or.e of his Majelty's Piincipal Secre-tarias of State, was" re'-ele�ted Member of Pailiatnent for Thetford, without the iealt oppofition. Charles Townfhend, Efqj is te elected Member of Parliament forCJieac Yarmouth, in Norfolk, without oppofition. The   Hon.  George Budges Brudenell, Efq; is re-elected Member of Paiiiaiuent for. St am foid. The Hon. Mr. Pauler, a relation of the Duke of Bolton's^ is appointed Groom Porter to his Majefty* in the room of Robert Wood, Efqj Member for Brack ley. Philip Lloyd, Efq} is appoinied Surveyor vof his Majefty's itores a: Gibraltar. The Committees of the Society of Arts, &c. in the Strand, will meet atlix o'clock in the evening of each of the following days, viz.     ..   ( Manufac^uresi on claim in cleanlrbg'brown Ofnabjughs, this evening. Mechanicb, Tuurfday next. Polue Arts, on renewing prcmiurns, Fiiday next. Chemittry, Saturday qekr. A few days ago arrived' Gapt. Robinfon, f/om St. John's, in North Ameiica, who has brought over a defer i pi ion and a plan of that place, which is to be laid befoie his Majelty, and will be of grtai advantage to the Crown of Great Britain, when inhabited by induftrious people, in fithing and agriculture, they having pl-nty of wood, and are now building their.own veifels. Information has been fent to the Admiralty office, Thar oh the 7ill' inltant the fhip San Miguel of Biiboa, bunhen 170 tons, Chriftobaldela Valle, Mailer j bound from Biiboa to London, .laden with S; a-nilh wool and iron, was ftrandsd on the fosth part of the back of the lile of Wight, within the port'of Cowes \ and that up* wards of one hundred bags of wool, and part of the mips materials, have been iaved. The Pitt, Capt. Edwards, from Yarmouth .10 Hamburg, wt>ich wasftranded on the Heilegeland, (or Holy Land) at the mouth of the Elbe, has been got off and carried into Cuxhaven. The Three Sitters, Capr. Burk, from Dublin for Dantzick and Memell, is loft off her pafiage, " On Thuifday motning died at his houfe in Horfelhoe-alJey, Moorfields, Mr. Charles Guillam, an eminent Weaver. On Friday died Mr. Downham, Attorney, in Smith-lheer, Weitminfter. A few days (ince a fire broke out at the feat of John Dymock, Eiq; Hereditary Champion of England, near Horncaltle in Lancafhire, which entirely confumed the fame, with all the valuable furniture. It is faid to have been occa/ioned by thecareleff-nefs of a maid fervam who wasaiting fume linnen. On Saturday morning the ijth inftant, an incendiary letter was found at the door of the houfe of Henry Morley, of Ely in the county of Cambridge, Efq; directed as Jifireuhrq, and containing the words and letters following, viz. rt For Mr. Moley. " Geraman this Corns to let you know- that " W� will 9ro your ^oue(jt couq A� for [Price T'w-w.pencc Half-penny " Drag, We will Sho -\{\\Xl the forft f up-" tunny As for Wodte^n We will pyfen " him for that ma be do, ar,d Hall * he " forft ouptuny and you ihari AH far alike " for if We cant Snot you We^an do that " and will for we molt be Starue^ to deth " for you are as bad as Hared that�Jad All *' the Children fur you will Starueth^m to " Deth for withToinpike and Hig Ways " We cant liue fo will do fom Mwi-der and " -fat fier to your Houses and yon rmy " Dedpan apon it for We vt ill do ii if \. t  exceeLln;^ b:\ \ utile of rhe few tranbtory moments tlidt are jiiven them of liferry, tb�* ri-y '�very richly (kferve to lofe ir, and become flates.'" - Ely houfe in Woibo n, wirb. all the houfts from thence to Field }-n>�, are iiyiu to be fnlletl down, in order to eredt.a comm.-diom building for the General Excife Office, wirh apanir.enrs fhr tlie Commiflioners, tlie prefent-one in tbe Old Jewry being too fmaU, .and ochcrwifcyetf inconvenient. Lait week was married at Lantrfemfreed neat Brecon,' Mr.-John Cooper,- ai> eminent Mercex of Kington in Herefcrdihire, to Mift Nan'ny Vanghai., daughter to Charles Vjughan, Efq; of Skeathcrrong in Bi ecoair/jre, an agteeabla young lady with a fornute of 400Q 1. Yerierd.y a }wr wotra^, wife to a Penfiohey in Chelfea Coll-ge, was delivered of tluree fin� boys at her lodgings iu JewVRuiv, all of wbora wirh the mother are like to da well. , This week an rncendiary letter was. fent bf the penay-polt, ro Mr. -Benel, Perfumer, f� Queen 5treer, Golden Square, tfareacnmg to fefc his houfe on fire, and tncut his. thwvir, ftnleA he parts with fome m'niey to cenaia perfom menrioned by tlie letter writer, who figns bimfelf, ,c a iJenefaitor." ; Friday night alout nine o*clock, as Mr. Upton,, of Cokl.JRrth Fields, w^s-coming from lilington, he was attacked two footpads in the Spa Fields, who robted Jiim of his^watck anine ihilling piece of gold.. ti�ree lhillings and a friver, tobacco ftopptr, with which they made off towards Sad lers Weils. - Friday night Mr. Miller of Hampftead wa* attacked near the faid town by a bugle highwayman, well mounted, who took from him a purie containing upwards of yo guineas, and made off. Mr. Miller offered him his watch, but he refufeJ to take it. The fame itlan attack'd the Hampfte-td flags coach, and robbed the poflTengers of their money, &c. To the Mayor, Bur^elfes and Freemen of th� Ancient and Kefpedable City of Wells, /Return you my mofl humhle and grateful Thanks tor your fi-m and un^aoken Attachment 10 my Inereft, and eectire; rue y ur Representative in Parliament; although the Return made / v the M.iyor in my lavour u,.is r^eiied the Sheriff (the S0.1 of my Antagwifi) :n the moft illegal and arbitrary Mdnner. and a Return''tn �Favour of bis Father (mad- bf       4^^^ �f tbe Corporation, not irv*j!<-d Kith any legal Authority) was received by him ; yet I doubt not, hut when a due Reprefent.iti*r. :f tbe Fatfs it laid bt;:re the proper yurifdiEti.tr, the irregularity oj tbeje Proceedings wilt be. jet right, avindlani awplt jtufii'ce done to you, ftfTPubhc, and to, Ctntlet^en, ' Wells, Tour m�fi obedient ami Qqij, 17, 176J. Mojt humble Servant, �Robert Child.   

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