London Lloyd Evening Post, January 18, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 18, 1764, London, Middlesex JnV$-y?&n^ January 20, 1764. " [Numbi THU R A if,' Ja.m�aj tor,^"Ltoyd's Eve n i n ^jm*t^fero.^ ;�pne>^C3|^'0^' over a bowl of punch.  ItisiSSa he cottfefled' his intention war only tofteal the'Qomhpnion' plate-oat of �the church; but'-foiding'TWr. ;Coachin theBelfry,'he alked'him^hat time it was* MrVlObuch-lbofeed at:histy&&;and tolcf him, and -tk-he -wa&; putting hiff^ateh '� into his .pocket, again, the viMain knocked him down, and beat his brains out. � L O NJD ON.' ' We he^r fliat liord Cathcarf wiHTucce^d the Earl of "Marchmont,. aSfirft- Lp'npof the ...: TeS^yi^t^ml4hatt%jQ|l,WH�anTwas ^iedJ%pb^wigiiftone)r foja s^oun^ojgfn ?ffi&&>tp fee ^9; ^ionthsi tdhar^i-Oh, .every tree ftanding in an orchard j and. .(firittewejl.: iSh^'^Jalfo informe^ii Jiiat the Officers whb^ollecijihe .Windp|�r-Tex 7i> E!pif b r^Ltoyo'sEvEN 1 n gSost*-Sijii.- . Taunton, Jjha�i6' Among the many Scheiries offered to the Public, tq render ihe I)utjr ion .Cydexjpora ^reeable,: If ^du wlj& give tie &Qp$n%z Mpiighis a; p^ce id your Papier, you-wiil: ;^lige �" "'""V-.:'V\ -j- A'cohfidf^abfe Cyder,M�tKEL?� ''ir'HE two^ef^Jeftipns which lie agaisft Jl? thi^ Tax^. a>iettled.by the AaTamely ^.be.viii^^^^xcJ^OlKers; ^id.-the-�5%i^e burthen^en^fs of the Tax..' Th^t CyfIf is. "capable; biVbearing, al>aiy, every l^artial perib^ tr^iit" own ;^bu|^ Tai, ^,^s� icjra*._______ 8fc^cs$fe,ifte fihould^be ^viQed a:^cond �"-"^ ^ ^voiJenceA^^Jflie wijl^i^t 1 V>t?Brfere5fe yeffel bound from � Jfa�re-de-Grace to $^%ieo|^fcaft away : fliear�Opft Hdlr in Cornwall^' all' the crew, -exeept "^ve, petiihed. . - \.';.-' ':: -There are difinal accouh'ts;iroiji Holland-, .� of the dykes being broke b'etvveen Roflum and Jlurwenen, which had overflowed'the, low - lands of Bommeler, 'ahd-made the inhabitants ' 8y to the tops of the damsy climb ilp trees, or get to the upper parts of their houfe's for re-lag rj they are quite mined. The dams near " Eiumerick' are alfo broke, 2.?.& on .the 6th inft. above Herweri and Kruefclyk, there was a "breach made in the dyke the breadth cf z$ thepHni Ye," ' ;j tjeUer^day ;mormng; roas. 'he Banker's book, containing fundry notes to the-amount. of i8-q1. whtch was loft by Mr. Power, Merchant, in Billiter-lan'e, wtrr found by the Rev. Mr. Ring, and reftcred._ Amorts; the many new carriages belonging to* the Nobiiiry and Gentry that appeared at St. Tmres's vcfterday. being her Majefty's .candles wereifent to theiExcife- �sod ffoHfe* ;in; the barracks at PlymcRiMi-jjock f^sJaft �0!>$k, cpinmiiftsd^ gaoi#(j* co^^ingi Jfcis:f#i.there ar�'more conceined, ,-.w,h9 ye hot yet;taken. � ��'�.�� i� "Ed'be, OL&;:to ihei heft BIDDER. j^t.tbe.Eevitl-TwvtrniTctnpfe Bar^ on Wedneflay the. lify^l^yi^f^^r^Jiext^etmepn thcHcuraof f>ixk>frkei in goud Repair'J^arid about 1200'Acres of Arabje, Meadow, and l'afture, held by William Rayer, under a'Leafe-for zi' Years, of which there are about 18 Years to come,-at"the yearly Rent of 500i. N, B. Liberty is-referved in the Leafe, ro enter and cut. down Trees, or make Viftaes, or Hunt, Ice. And there ?.re abeut fixAcres of Woodland likewi fe refer ved1, which will prcduce the neat Sum yearly of about 12I. ' ^ ' There are s'fo three Meadows- about three Miles diftant, two of w^hich are comnritcd in Raver's Leafe, ind.the third is lett at theyea'ly Rent of iSk. All the Premiffes -abovementioned, (Jie fhree iVfea.do-.vs orslv. rxcepted^ make" one complete Marior within t'.em\lves, and are Extraparochial andTythe free, aad low taxed, and fubjett only to-a Qurtreht i~cr the Meadows, i;f lis. 6d. per Annum.. . The Particulars of th? Eflate, wi'h ihc Conditions of Sale,.?re to be had of" !vir. Piiilip Barton, at Nn. 7.4, in Limol'.i's Ir.n, (where ar. acrur.'U- PL:n iaav be fi:c7:) liVKere appbihted.. to cbile�Stt$is Ukewiife,; |hd. fkfriia^pouada�ei,'a^ For the^iw- ditiojnal ^ubK^^They &oul4rnrft.take=-&n account of ,t|i^numbe^ b|.trees>i^i^S^W' .lec^on; after vvhich-^eywoukthayei 'np trouble i ;fdrrwhenever a tr^wa^&fented,, pr. dnedead/blowhor^ut dowfi, tK�sQC,cup.jey>-fw�0�vner^jQi6uld;be QfiUged to giye jnotice^to ^^^P^S^^t?.^w�� manner, and-under - year.i^.. . -. . .. ,v, . ...... ..ruPP^e 3^vPer tree was laji -Trasff^. :^c^yrJ^'^ Recife pitEj fiftiie -A;Ct woujdjbe obv.iaied; and befideasthe re- ; vemie v^tfuM" b^^e'ettain; v arid attended: :^thv ffifaz^ixisi^ on at fb-much per hpgihead.,,. r^hbiighxQlTe^ed' by the Pariili Ofgcers, yet it VwiU regu^fijE^erh�ri to gauge thefe hi�f-oeads; |6,pfeyent frau^,aBa-irnpo{iddns,iiiBy vvhic^ me^Qurlioufes^ouldftill be.eijjo|edi �to their viutsp�.:; ^'t'. -'.-- y.^'i: tiK.reg^r^^fthe'. fecdnd obje^iojfei^he -enlp^eiie^s^ithe Tax, Ir^acjj.it*-surill. bei.murE(wr.e^.-at> if laid at'sd.fpervttee. But to/ belr^j^c�r4^o�thjg,'. Lhjiye. made V:caic^ajMJ^tiTw|aH' *-� an Orchard" of '" rr)y owijft ;K is. called i\x acjres>rbutftWili ;net .tneafure fo much'.by more thin half an/gc-re.. There are. in rtfjurj trees 5. and "it k reckoned "velry prop,erly planted.j there beingia, cpnfi-derable lefs number, of trees in itth^-j^moftu orchards of the fame fee. 'At^d^epsreev this amounts to: 2L. 16s. 3d. for. the;whtile; .-or, ati fix acres, .qs. 4^4. perracre. Now,,allowing that, one year. with. a230rher,,;iribears eight hogfteads per acre, yoi>,ie'eX,pay; is.-4d.. per hogihe.ad. But if this is'.not thought a iu�-vficient Tax, if it is laid at 4dVper tree, it^vill, ' be.ialmoft 2s. per hogftiead, v/hich.is. themoft. Cyder will bear:.: far. the e.rpenc3e neceffar// in raifing and planting: orch?j-ds oughtitQ be take'n'into 'con^dera'tion j:.and alio tnVlfngthi "of time^after-rhey-are planted in an orchard,, Before they are capable of bearing apples to �the value cf3d.,or 4d. per tree. E. M.. and cf Mr. P.irhard ^ervis, at ^!-rv!d, v\.h3 \v:i; ftuv ih^Pr ,-a Hvtr.'l,, ncar*3t(MK WtE E KL Y; BILK-Jan,.i7.. ClWaJes _ 178-1  fi Males <;Ytmales."-17^ [ Buried^ Females'  tin all. _'55 3.1 � (in all L.-cieai" d-in tnc Buftrch liiis - i-ek yfv CbwosJ, n rr.upci -ieisd,'1. ! jf.i eJ !, m' Ohrift ned 229  170- :!f ;

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