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London Evening-Post (Newspaper) - May 7, 1772, London, Middlesex � � <- v � n  r, f VtjjH 1**o-pence Haff-pehliy.] From THURSDAY May 7- tb. SAT URJD A Y May 9,^ .1772./ [Numb. 6918.] FRID A Y,, Ma$ 6. LONDON. On Wednefday Mr. d'Imbuti, the Venetian lUfident, took leave of bis Majefty at Richmond, h* being to iet oat to-morrow on his return home. By letters from Prague we are informed, that jfcyeral Jews, who farm the tobacco in Bohemia, have all been arretted, for having exported corn fivn that kingdom, under pretext of Clipping tobacco'. Their accomplices in Vienna are threat-fined with the fame fate. MxtreS of a Utter from Cracoiv, Afrit 18. ** This morning Gen. Branick* with part of Chefhunt, Herts. Monday, at Sevennoaks, Kent, aged 101, Mr. Hamilton, formerly a timber merchant at Deptford, but had retired. The fame day; at Putney, Mr#. Ann Williams, a widow gentlewoman, aged 109. Tuefday, at Islington, Mr. John Mallet, formerly of Exeter, merchant. The fame day, Mrs. Anderfon, wife of Mr. Ander-fon, wax-chandler, in Fenchurch-ftreet. The fame day* in the Strand, Mr. Edwards, attorney at law. The fame day, Mrs. <3ueft, wife of Mr. Gneff, at the glafs warehouf;,. St. john's-ltreet. The fame day, at Homercoh, Mrs. Mofes, wife of Mr. Tho. Mofes, haberdamcr in Bridge-ftreet, Weftminfter. Wednefday, at Clapton, Matthew Butterworth, Efq. The fame day, in Crutched feis corps arrived here, he brought with him two Friars, Samuel Hemngton, Efq. The! fame day, French officers, which his Uhlans had taken near st Richmond, James Killflvaw, Efq; formerly an jDAvkaeim, and were marching to Biala; one his officer in the tSa/L guards. Yetterday, at Kenfing ton, Mr. John Vitu. The fame day, at Lee Bridge, in Kent, Dr. William Daking. The fame day, at Peckham,- John Brown, Efq. The fame day,, at Camberwell, Mr. Merryweather, hatter, in LembaroUilreet. feaioa MaJzha*. the other Capt. Tonefac, both. m tfcjt&craa Lorraine, Another party of Uhlans AadGoflScks have taken feveral waggons loaded witbvdoath* foe the fbldiers, Sec. The Imperial Minito�<i�ly expected at Warfaw. Monfieur ^Kaofio who is at Jafly has already begun a cor- #*fton efidest, Governors, &c, in the chapel yl the New Magdalen hofpital in St. peorge's-fieldt, by the. Rev. Dr. Dodd ; after which they adjourned to4>rapers-Hall, where entertain-**nt was provided* and a eollecUon made for the charity. Tht Brazil fleet, confilling of 16 fhips, under convoy of two men of war, arrived at lAibon the �ith Of laft month, with rich cargoes of 250 octaves of diamonds, and upwards of five millions of I "*� .Toais> cumnejr-iwe jgoliipcrafades. - killing his apprentice. * The Seaford and Southampton frigates of war, ' Portfmoutb. Mav c. Sai commanded by Captain Macbride, are now in ^thp Downs, waiting for their lail orders, to convey her Majefty of Denmark into the territories of Hanover. . The Generous Planter, Bruce, a collier, mentioned to be loft near Shields, is got off, and gone �ntO that harbour. The Captain of a Dutch fhip arrived in the Texel from Bourdeaux reports, that he was' ooacded in theBrhi/h Channel, by a large flobp, the crew of which were chiefly foreigners, who. fobbed him of nine bags of coffee, ana two calks �f fait provifions. Next Monday General Howard's regiment of dragoons will be reviewed neaf Barnet by General Johnfton, after which they will march for Northampton (hire; and the day after General ^lliot's light-horfe will be reviewed by General johafton> and then they will march for Lincoln-Aire. Wednefday morning a young gentleman, al� |W5cer in the * regimeiit, and heir to very con-Aderable eftatej being accufed by one of his fa-niily with having taken fome indecent liberties with his father's valet, immediately* without making the leaft reply, retired to his room, and thofo who contribute liberally fhall be____r with his fWord run himfelf through the body, of ouQy, a circomftance hitherto in vain attempted By this Wifch ie expired in Jefs than two hours. *eans> *J� Stef **** h,0^ ^ ^ wnfWewbl* encreafc \V*An0.CAav H,� UnAir ftf, tmnnt* tunnvan Cv-, the coljettion, thewholeof which (ai wck at the Church Wtdnefday.the Ibodjr of a young woman. Tome ,M theH4ll) is appropriated fora^prenticing tfe f6hs and tnonths gone. With chtld^ was taken out of the daughter! of neceflitout Clergy} andTall the expence of the MdbfeAd, Rothethithei It is fuppofed fhe had Re!�arTal and Feaft-days, paid by thrttewards.. r- bbtn robbed and thtown in by fome villains, ai 'i'h< do�r� of the Cathtdral waU not be open;before ten fcer'clothes w^re much torn, and ier^efh Brtttfed. �, B U R Y . R A C E 6 ill be on .Wednefday, Thurfday, -and Friday the 8ch, ofh, and 10th of July. Particulars will foon be advert ifed. ocloclf. The Stewards have ordered, that no tickets fpjt the feaft fhall be fold, but any well-wilher to this charity-may have them gratis, from either of the Stewards, or by leaving thsir names, &c at Mr. Bates's, the Queen's ArrtuvTavarn, in St. Paul's Church Yard. For Mfy 1 they then robbed him of four guineas and a j ^atf* and fome filver. Yeftcrdayv morning early, as Mr. Legh, one of, the fwofn clerks in the Six Clerks Office, was returning TO his houfe in Lincoln's Inn Fields, he was attacked in Gate-ftreet .by two villains; and, Sn niakiqg itfiftance, had his-arm broke, by endeavouring^ ward off a blow aimed at his head; when the fellows ran off without robbing him of gpy thing -but his hat. Yeftetday nineprifonersjwere tried at the Old iJailey, five of whom were xonvifted to be tranf-ported, Viz. Eleanpr Brandett, James Barrett, AnmBrady, John Beeeeley* and Elizabeth Matthews. ' Elizabeth Price, and Thomas Miller, were convicted of petit larcenies, and ordered to be taMoped* Afed two Were fcqoitted, ^'  ^Mifiitd.y A few; d^rs ag6^ James Bbyntall, Bfq>pf Northamptonfhire, toMifs GjBjw, Mer of Shot-lane. Tuefday, Na-thattieZ Elver t >*epuai* tion, arid to prevent the public being impofctl on by preju. dicial compofirions under his.name, that his genuine tinctures are in oblong fquare bottles, on each of which % a label affixed, with thefe words," prepared by Thomas Gree-nough and for the fafety and emcacy of. thefe ht will be anfwerable, but all wliich are not in fuch bottkSi 4n4 �X-adtly fo inferibad, are counterfeit. tftettfi^J^D^Wn^ ^ ****** .f'elH foe By hU MA J �STYri PAT E NT., THOSE who an; alHicled w�th want of Appetite, finking of the. fpirits, tremblings ariijng Brora in-digeftion, oppreffion by wiud, &^c. ia-^hp ftomaclj orhfeaft, ar an y other diforder occafioned by want of a, jvfk. ptbpertfari f the alimentary juices, or of a p'rojier dillributieff of the bile, which"laft br ngs on BILIOUS CDLK; raaydepend on receiving immediai� relief, at the >A)odctste eifence, ol is. 64. and in a fhort timeTT eefraui cure, by making a rair trial of the Stomach Pills, which are pntt>�ced tnffold.bj-| Mr. Speedinun, at the Pine.Apple, tho ftcond dobr frpB�i Arundel1 llrcet, "uj the Strand, London, wita fuli xttrefiiont 1 bow they are to be uken. i. � .{ If anyi^erfon '* ' - * " * In the prefs, and ljicedily will be publiiuej, ATOPOGRAPHICAL Survey'of the County of YORK, on a feale of one inch to a mile. By THOMAS JEKFERYS, Geographer*o the King, lately deceafed. The Nobiliry and Gentry, who-have not alresdy fub-fciibed, aad would chufe to appeaT as encourapers of this great and cxpenfive unde:taking, are humbly resetted to pay their fubferiptions to The executor, 'at the corner of St Martin's-lane ; or Mr. Etheringtoh, at York.- - _ ~ ----- T In a few days will' be published, With a' FRONTISPIECE, defigned by the Author, THE S E N A T O^R S : or, a Candid Examination into the merits of the principal perfon. mers of St, STEPHEN'S CHAPfiU ------ Thus do our Senators Cheat the deluded people with a fhew. Of Liberty, which yet they ne'er mufltatle of; dfive us like wrecks down the rough tide of power, Whjlft no hold's left to fave us from deftru&lon, Otway. Printed for G. Kearfly, at No. 1^ in Ludgate-ftreet; and fold by the booWellers in Weftminfter, By the KING'S Patent. Calres for making of ftining Liquid Blacking for Shoes, . Boots, &c. THE�E Caktt thake, with the utmoft eafe, by the .addition of water only, a mott excellent Ihining liquid blaclting, much fuperior to any hitherto known ; it gives the fineft black and uioft beautiful glofs to the leather, �yet never renders it ftiff or hard, but on the contrary,mel-Tents its cracking, - and preferves it foft, pliable, and prelaw to the very iaft; whereby it is rendered more agreeable to tlie weirer, at well as much more durable. It is perfectly frei from frnetl, and the (hoes that are blacked with it, #iH neitker fell the fidgers In putting on, or die {lockings ill weiring. Said wholefate and rttale ohly byWi Bayley,JPerfomer, ia Cackfpur-ftrtfet) near the bottom of the Hay-market; alfd reule, by appointment, by- A. Rothwell, at the Civet Cat, New Bond-ttreet; f. Grofvenor. at the Angel and Crown, Holbornj Francis Newbery, the corner bf Sr. PauPs opp>fite the India Hjjofe, Leadenhall-ftreeu Prrea 6i\ the cake, which will coa^e * full pikt of liquid blackinp. . '. 1 1 ji, � i ir in - For COUGH'S, HOARSENESS, &c. PECTORAL J.OZ-ENGES of T 6 L IT, Prepared and fold by T. Greenough, Apothecary, at the King's. Arras and Peftle and Mortar, No. 7, in Ludgatc-flreet, London', price is. the box. TI TH^CH contain all the fofteningand heal-V V *ing virtues of the celebrated B A LS AM of TOLU; and are the pkafanuft and moft effectual remedy of the kind in all coughs, boarfeneOes, fore throars, and defluxiotr. on the luags, healing the rawnefs and forenefs of the breaft, promoting the expectoration of the rough phlegm, and affjrding great relief in afthmatic complaints and lhurtnefs of breath. They likewife are very ttneficial in confuniptions, are not cloying to the ftomaeh, but rarfier create an appetite. The/e Loxenges are aifoield by W. Bayley, PerfHmer, in Cotkfjur-ftrect, thebottom of the Haymarket} A.*Roth-well, at^he Civet Cat and Rofe, in New B ad-ftreet"; and byMrrPurdie/ on the North Parade, at U&rh. *** Tlie great efteem thefe Lozenges have acquired, hav-ing.induced feveral perf >ns to attempt felling a counterfeit fort,, againft tonc^pf whom, ao eminent chpmift, a verdict was, dn^JDec%o.' i^gijobtaini-d, in the Court of King's Benclr, feth confiderabla damages. The public, are re whirft contain 130 acres of meadow, paftore, and arable land, all inclbfed, and ift fine condition, and 11 dwetOruj* houfes, iitnate in Collier Row-lane, Harrold-wood Corn-men, and Noke-'s Hill, injand near the town of Rumford, in the poueiffion of MefVrs. Gowers, Dyer, Carter, Dearijey, and others, at rents-of 57 years ftanding, of aiol> i5S,^�er ar>n. capable of very great improvements. May be viewed feven days preceding the fale, by applying at the Cock and Bell Inn, at Rumford, where a perton attends to fhew the fame. Printed particulars are preparing, and may be had in a few days, at the Black Boy, at Chelmsford; the Poft-Koufe, at Ingateftone j the White Hart, at Brentwood, the place of fale; the Green Man, at Jlford j and of Mr. Skinner, fworn-broker, Gof*ell-ftreet. N. B. Plans of the-efiates maybefeen at Mr. Skinner's. To be SOLD by AUCTION, At Newbury, in the county of Berks, in the month of June next, of which timely notice will bs given in this paper, porfuar.t to fhe,Will of John Wellbrough, Efq; dewafed, . AFREEHOLD ESTATE, ficuate at Eaft II' fley, otherwife Illefley, otherwife Chipping lllefley, in the faid county of Berks, capable.of great improvement, adjoining to the turnpike-road leading from Newbury tcf Oxford, and near four capital market towns, viz. Market Illefley, Wantage, Waliinglord, and Newbury. The eftate is called A/hridge, ot Alb- A. R. P, ridge Wood, and confife of one convenient dwelling-houfe, with out-offices thereto belonging-, a barn, ftable, rick-yard, backfids, and garden, containing-- x e Together with izclofes or fields of meadow, jjaftu re, and. arable lands adjoining to the faid^welling-rioufe, containing rj5 z 14 . And a wood adjoining to faid lands, and'a hirgeqaantity of wood growing thereon. The wood is called Great Coppice, and contains 91 acres, o rood-, 31 perches, and Little Coppice eorttains 6�. acres, o roods, %6 p�rches, together * � � ' � 15? t if. 3�S 3 33 The prernifes have been many'ytars in the pofTelfioaxif Mr,. John Pottinger, the prefent tenant, as leflee thereof, at the yearly rent of gil. buc are very greatly underlett. - The tenants leafe will ekpirc at Michaelmas-day next, he having the ufe and occupation of the barns and backfide tintil the 34th day of June then next. Particulars whereof may be had of Mr. Sharpe, attorney, on Snow-Hill, London, where a plan may be feen. SMITH'S FAMILY MEDICINE CHE-^TS- TH E following Considerations prove their great utility 1. A choice colledtion of upwards of fixty different medicines recommended in the Family Phyfician are always at hand. If it is not agreeable to apply them without advice, they are, however, ready when a doftor is fent for; and if he lives at a great diftance, which often happens, it is a long time before medicines can be fent, fuch delays in fudddn oc dangerous illneft often prove fatal. 3. .When families are abroad, or in the remoter parts of Great-Britain, it is often difficult to obtain advice, and at feait is frequently impoffible. From thefe confidera ion* the utility of the Family Medicine Chart u obvious. Thefe chefts are fold at Smith's Chymical Warehoufe, No. 57, Newgate-ftreet. The price in deal is feven or eleven guineas ; in mahogany, from nine to fifteen guineas, utenfils included. Travelling cabinets eight guineas ; lar;� elegantcabinets twenty-rive guineas. All letters (po/r paid) will be duly anfwfered, and no orders executed but for readjf money. 1 � 1 1 � 1 1 i..f Juft publifhed, in $vr>, price 6s. in boards, Infcribed to their Gra-,es the Duke an J Duchefs of Beaufort* CALCULATIONS of the Value of Annuities for the ufe of ths Sncieties infticured for the bentfit of old age, by 4 tables of mortality, viz. the L >nd m-b;lls'for 4j years, Dr. rfalicy's, Mr. Si npfm's, and Dr. Price's. C*n-tainin^, b:fide decLnals, tables of ompound interest and rever* lion, Sec. examinations of each foaiety in particjlar; Ihewinir^ 1 ft. What each member pays, seduced to tae value of *a, fingle payment in prefent taoney, 2d. Wha:-annuity ought to be received for the fum paid. 3d. Whether t' e feveral ages pay in due proportion to each other. 4th. If paying with admiffion be equal to paying without admiffi in fine. 5th; What annuity each fociety can affi.rd to pay. $rh�. Tr.e l�6or gain to thofe who are idmiited now. Together with an addenda-, containing a plan Fjr an ira-pirtial general fociety; a new method of correcting the vse�^ lues of annuities propofed ; Mr. Simpfon's values of annuities^ and Mr. De.noi'vre's hypothefis particulirly coiifiderei f method eo clear eftates ofnv>ngages; a'pl<n t� provide fiHtt the a^ed poor.. The whole deduced from thefirft priiicipksin'the'rihfrfr-miliar manner by plain arithmetic, and intended as ad intra* 'uc^ion to the ftody of the doctrine of annuities. Printed for J. RiaJey, in St. James's-ftrtet. Thefe calculations dernonlirate, in the cleareft rnannef, that tlii focieties carinotpay (for a continuance) nearly th* annuity which thay ptomife-- noft of them eaaaoc pay on� half-and thofe who. by falle-promifes, are decoyed, re b� i ney, whi<;h wril be applied to m*k* gaod th* ^yenan*

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