London Lloyd Evening Post, January 27, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

January 27, 1764

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Issue date: Friday, January 27, 1764

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Previous edition: Wednesday, January 25, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 27, 1764, London, Middlesex I KG POST. 4� Vol. XIV.] From �&IDAY, January 27, coTSQIjPAY, January go, 1764. [Numb. 1022, SATURDAY, |a��aNfv-�^ : h 0 n d o 1 Exfra. this ;ciQr.^^;t|^p/been' ibfet tD-:i^|i&jbtt;- for  09 eaiv Jn btfcriptim ma Mbnumm'flwxd MrnHfi'-tbt , South Wallm St. Attdmtf* Cbttrcbr �bttry, .. .. ". i .. ..  X --^-rj' ' .Near to tfew Jp&cc life buried the fe&Efes-of lylnThomis-Swifti Refiotof 4hjiPchdrch years,: a revfiWwf preacher *o� - God/fr wrad. He died'ther �2$5 of luaey 4 aged tn. " 4-i Ami of afe.iWiflkraS^ hts^Hi, wltf Succeeded him) iafcctiiJajchtfiich^s yejtfs.. fite; was JLe&or of Ha�bal�coiviiO*'-^tfr^j aad$ painful Pallor in both? ?u�esi -eigW'S^i,^*T "-MareateV-wfe x>f Mr* Thtfra^s*^11~" in the^athed.&l chiucluyard, agaii&ft t&elGl , door* >yith ir�e>o�hetJchihiJ(,eA,'i M&f, w of Mr; William, lyesh buried wtfeMtflSiiV' She' died the ^tb of M�ticb, Jtfe^T^geit^ They lefj iffue one ion* Mr^^ltdiijas^sfr^eadie^'' ia Herefordfliirej and t*o.^te^ric^Xath4'-* ffifcSjWilliap, MarquiS�f ^^Mine, Lord J5ffl|*{$he JatePpkeJI^bS^toge* and Lord dibe, was-among -the fir^ tn^tHgaged in the rebelltcth' in the year alpng -with hint moll of hh clan* and mas^||l^e, Athol' G,epttfe|ten: He was attainted fn iflk> fled beyon4#a�-and continued repellbn brftbst^SEim.^f4ft,j when SfjSsa returned,. anifwas fbfiowed in that unnatural rebellion by ^te&^gigifegis- of his Ath'pl'fisends *, After P^ujjodenhe wasiti$fes|M�TS^ft*arlf8^feniafePei*&&xdiite> 'Snortd- ta ftzwe him qndejp a** arreft: He. waS ati^n^dirn ^v&t ine^ond -fea, ind ISdjed fe- N. B.; Mr, THotnas tSwgft, the fofvjvor, was Vicar of coodvjdae^ Herefordfliire, and had fix fons; ope of whom, named Jonathans was the father.pf Jonathan, thefamdusj&eaa-j of St. Patrick's, wnotdled in Oftober 3^4..$.- See-Lord Qrrery\sf^trft- Letter1- to his ��Sett**HamiltcniBeyfai �'� 1 Wlhen Mr ..Wilkes embarked- :at Dover in , Capt- Wellard^Ipapket, he took witfc-him his chariot anidV(o|ne;iQthEr_things; which did-nof indicate a fpeedy return.'. . . * : ' " � "V^e are eredibloe-informed, that the ma'n? elegant prefents siade to- her Serene Highnefs: the. i'rincefs of^runfwick, amount to iipi^ards of joOjOool'. ftioft of which prefents-are diamonds!. We hear that the Prince of Brunfwick has left very genteel prefehts for.the domeitic fer-vants at Leiceftcr and Saville houfes. �-- Yefterday, about two o'clock, their Royal Highneifes Prince Wiliiam-f ienry.j and Prince Henry-Frederick, arrived at Leicdter-houfe from V>ritham, where they had been to accompany their Royal Si iter. - , ' V/c hear that folne alterations- will be made ii^'the Marriage Act f It is new faiu rhat Hrjf the fdrmW-'and late" wars ihEur mflyitwo'ofth'e'fons Sy f$aJ.of this.npjble:%7.', mm&i.Jr-fy his.^c^s^death thi _a million mediately pai; as afual.--Tht f Of IJM ' d'.'v :�� o'* V: l. Miy, vn rxcovmt regarding the family n.e or 'At ho], it is faidV-ifiaay be-'f'hf firll of the noble family � � - - i ; V;'-J created Duke of AfhdWn-170^5. Jn, ihen Duke of Atho^-had-four i lVfr/,^PhVlp^%'e. Hon. rX^hom^;^weT>efipmes  poifte^'ef ja very co^waW^^ ia.Glp-; cc^m^-M'M^ or^n�rih.e.refdnt of a;diampnd-hiited> fwo'rd, which coft 7ool.as a teftijnSny of their gratitude for the fervicie's he has done the Company in the Eaft-Indies, and'a memorial of his courage and coiidddt in the conqueft and demolition of the famous French Settlement of Pondidherry, . ' � t' '[Price'Two-yence Palfpenny.] Yefterday the Judges met, and chofe thei^ refpeiaive Circuits ,-.tdr the ertiaing Lent Affixes., , -Northern. Lord Mansfield, Baron Smyths. Norfolk., Lord Pratty JutHcaCiivev Midland. Lord Parker, Baron Perrbtt. JuftiGe.Deniibn, Jiiftice BathUri!. Baron Adams, Juftice Wflmdt. juftice Gbuld, J tffficfe Yates1.1 ' . ay afte^nobssj at SmithfieXd Adrfe^ market, horfe* i&^eneral, particularly &ntlter$i and:^rai^n^lMsrfe4'w�i-e fold very cheapi1 'iJa! account cb^tthiJseep^rs found great dimtUl^r ittprocuting^eoifoddfe^ - , f r They jvriteiiMiiMe^ii^^rfisi t�ai-tffej ^ater3 haveJSejfc&^tfGhQu**ma^'thie %a > fiiuk tWR^feetrp^pendicdlarJ  �nd^He ift-1-i^&a^^m-.-^eit obligM ;t6^fe">.Bi&r"'~ g^rsah^p!* f bat; froi^JAfeidehWa^-i wrke� rh^jhe;iva^r6 had fallen aboVf S Avithin two days. 1, ' �%-p&M^ purfued by the Waggoner^, was zppreMii3^d,K P snd'^Ke; his efca^i itf :h'is^lr^s*arid?rlffi3 Lohdohv ; 'RrTE's; bif; Hecate --"^ c-'--" z: I 'Vernon;''' ' .... icktowar'dir i J[ S: Brea^tlfe1 Atfdi fn^i^ng0n^;the*S&a^ � ' 1.....f^r i^lent a:ibok tol8iclim^$fgf&"  Andbreath'd>%h^)'er|keV^ 't./> -Of^th tharbrealStHe woodbine .flow' Kd^i.to^Tc$ois''i^W.p>tft^lu>^., : They iyithwrath^.feet; . - --: ^ ., No- nidfe iyitli ftrngs^pTnympJiS: and; ^vains> Lave far.Vetreats irpnt Richmond plains^ Tfflrejgrtpi^ra'i ^yes^' r:. -,-r Thames: plalntiv^ like Ettphrates, fflom*4 HisEdef|:^ral^a.fiiprd;; ; . No zej�hj^br�ajB,er np fpiing ieti��s>..... \VKere F^ra'ii^ile?,np; more, < ; At Curfeu's (blema knell, { , And near th^ Genius of ^\egjr�ve Thus-fings from Meriin*sjceil 5 ' Go, happy nymph; ,tho* dbom'd to S^ae . * No more in Albion{s j^hfere,.- ' � New realms fhall feel tlijrfay divine^ ' ' New Eiens fcmUb, t^eje?;  < ;

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