London Lloyd Evening Post, January 6, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

January 06, 1764

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Issue date: Friday, January 6, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 6, 1764, London, Middlesex S EVENING POST Vol. XIV.] .From FRIDAY, January 6, to MONDAY, January 9, 1764. ~ [Numb. 1013. S AT U R D AY, January 7. A M. E R i C A. Ni-os-York, Novemlir 14. iNERAL Gage commands in the department of General Amheril; but the Indian affairs are to be under the care of Sir William ^> f^Jt*-^ Johnfon i whereby it is not doubted but peace and yn&^'7^C�a tranquillitywill foeedilybe Gbc) on. The grand collection of books, drawings, P'dntrags, and other curiofities lately pur-chafed^t Venice for his Maje-fly, are arrived in England, and are daily .parrying to the Queen's palace, where they -are deposited. *Tis faid that library wiil be fettled on the plan ofjhe Herculaneiim library; and that,, when if&c6rfr$e'a^. tickets .rwtli& given for the adraittartee of the Nobility., Qen-' try/&c. . ' '"� '' We are informed that two grand arches for the cenrinels are forthwith to be built at the �fates of the Queen's palace, in the room of thole common boxes which now Hand there. : Orders were on Thurfday fent to the Savoy,-for a Colonel, with a proper number of Officers and tiaen, to .mount guard at Somerfct- "houfe this'day, again]! the arrival of the Prince of Brunlwick. * A numerous and formidable Society of per-fins of diftin&ion, property, abilities, and influence in the nation is now �forming, and a large houfe of a deceafed Nobleman is hired for their AfFemblies, which Society is to be called, The Coteiy of Rg-vJuiiomjis, or of An-ti-minijhriai'Jh, from the French word Coterie, vulgarly called a Club in Englifn. We are informed, that an eminent Merchant has'offered to the Committee of City Lands 20o,oocl. "fecurity to erect a hand tome n?w ftreet, in a limited time, from thcMpn-fion-houfc to Great Moorgate, and- from thence to the Doghoufc Bar. ' Large wages have lately been offered to Stonc-inafons, Bricklayers, Smiths, and Cai- ' pernors, to go to Pruffia, in order, :;: is iup- � K>fed, to bf em ployed there in building a new palace for his Majcfty. We hear that -"Scudamcre, Efq; a::d - Thomas Symonds Powell, Efq; cf Pehgethly, by.Rofs, in Hefefordihirc, both Gent if men of confideration' and property, are candidates for the city of Hereford. ^ His MajeitvV fnip Antelope is. arrived at Cadiz with the fifh fleet from Newfoundland, : where, the Enterprise frigate is alio arrived. fhot through the body, of wMch he died next day': He has left a Lady and three young children: The other has fince abfeonded. Another Gentleman in company was apprehended, and committed prifbner t�the town-gaol. The following mips have arrived at Liibon from the 17th to the2^th ult. the St. George Eacket, with three mails, from Falmoutn; itchfield, Teat; Adventure,^ Stanford, and Beckford, Pitts, from Newfoundland with fifh 5 Nancy and Betty, Englifh, from Philadelphia; Unity, Ogilvie, from London ; and In.duft.ry, Coas, from Bolton with fifh. The Charming Kitty fchooner, William" Conolly, Mailer, from St. Kitt's to Senegal, was taken by a xebeque of Sallcc, off the Wcftern Ifles, on the 24th of July laic, under . pretence that Capt. Conolly had no Mediterranean Pals, which, as the veffel'was only on the trade from the Weii-Indies to Guinea, was needlefs, fince thofe fhips do not come near the Straits. The Mafter of the xe--beque beat him cruelly, to force him to con-fefs'himfelf a Portugueie ; and afterwards he was forced, by threats of death, to fign a certificate that theSalletjne had taken.nothing from them, though the veflel had then been plundered .of every thing of value. On the 28th of Auguit at noon they came to anchor at Barbary, where they were again rilled. On the zd of Sept. the Captain was taken ,o,ut of his bed, where he had been confined by _ ficknefs fame weeks, and .he and his crew , lent naked onfhoreto an old caille, and thence.] carried to.Saffee, where the youngPrijace,2 being ^ffured they were Englifb, faffej&fo *y�8f?**2 =�^�s��i;1|-Mithf.fi�5h an. &B&g?i iq& greatly sfltilistLthe them to go to the feoufes of the Dutch and J-fouJ o/.oJdjPratt. 1 oWeitthca4bT4ny' Darufh lvkrchan:s, where they were weH4 jjatiovercome mej" an4lSMe - j---------------- ----TJT 7v ' 1, ---'-3 iV�OM>W"?M*MU�.'�llli lUitiaiRCimti^BK it ufed, and from whence Mr. LonoUy.wrote p.. >,faQ$CDs^ ----- -^-i-- ful General at Tetuan j bat he died ^fee,^|i. O.f Sept./.at Saffets from the truiel trc^pi^iite he b^jirece.ivfd. . , . j -1 he Orange, r.slfWS^-- fiS�ar;Jk�ft3the #oicjthv, Robfonjii^, the Spurn Point, and flvejof the. c?q\Vv; edr they wer:; London. .r. . ..^ t...;j The Juno, $Wls, bou�3; '.:^^a^jij& Havre-de-Grace^ -was totally i^acai-dM^'* ult. near-St. Wiifs. . . t , The End^'jour, Siiidinfy Cfcarante-to the .Iflem^bfi, is iappofed toloft od, the coaf- of y^Sii>ce,> as^lwde cafes jarecerae/ on ihore, a^f Bering the marks of ibmei) * on board of..:-..:r.  ' Yefterda^k Sheriff's Qrficer \vasv^iied - at a (fault on J^Corulabje^ri the c^c^%;AvJ?td tnfice. . i^rwas found gui!>y.,-;^^Jr^c^^ jr.;g::-;efjtKo pay. a fine |^V^d:t0-^ theTrofJcator'spardou^ \ '"-v" 'h four Afe-deen in Scotl formed ;6f"-a' meli hcp^V;Jdie i0f of I-aij nion.e^'^yin'g time, "v* try-^j^.^ctnen com nsfs'^^reral of whom a t^^^v.a quarrel, ar -. dexM&fybb went ou ^ An Anccdete relative to Sir Thomas Pratt, late Lord Chief "JufticecftheKings Bench* In the days of George the JRirft, a troop of Horfe-Guards-.were ordered into country-quarters, a few miles out of town.-*Sameof the men refufed toga, one ofwiom was confined to be tried for mutiny. He-got a.Goun� fellor to move fpr his being brought* before the King's Bench; wheni brought^' he aojuainied. the Court with the fuppofedhardihjpof this cafe, viz. That he gave jrhandfbme fpell of money for admittance into the troop, ijhi^k-ing, as all his comrades did, that they �*re not to be removed out of t;he town,* where many of them had wives and families;,;as;,he alfo had,, and ihp removing ^im-wgcald^be -highly injurious tohirri; that he dinear D�^sj^..^|^^'sf ^^*^^r*^>\-�*# ta\ .The Hawk, '-.^fe^npfon, is ioft.oij, . . ------.,..,.. >ra v.>j . ...... ;

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