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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 6, 1764, London, Middlesex S E VENING POST. Vol. XIV.] From MONDAY, February 6, to WEDNESDAY, February 8, 1764. [Numb. ._ � - -_'� _ - � ' ' _;__' _ ICJ26. T U E S D a Y, February 7. A M E R I C A.. New-fork, December 29. �IS Majefty has ordered two regiments to guard the ifiand of Jamaica from in-teftine commotions of re-: bellious flavesor other fud-den and unexpefted dangers. The fortifications (from the late dreadful accident) are under repair in that ijland. . Philqde]pbia> Nov- 3. Capt. Montgomery is arrived at New-York from Belfaft, having 2000 firkins Qflriih butter on board; and feveral other veffels are daily expe&ed there with great qujtatiries. were in it, but we do not hear they received much hurt. A mill for grinding of tools, in Thorp Meadows, was alio blown down.: The fame morning, the windmill on Wy-mondham Common was blown down, and twa others in the fame parilli much damaged. One of the windmills at Ellingham, near Bungay, belonging to Mr. Matchett, was alfo blown down, and another on Carlton Com- mon COUNTRY NEWS. Harwich, Feh\ 3. A dutffol Addrefc was prefented to theirSerene H sgbaeflks the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick; by die Mayor, Aldermen, and capital Burgeflfes of this town, on their arrival here iaft Friday in the afternoon ; to which her Royal and Serene High-rtefs was pleafed to return the following an-fwer for the Prince and herfelf. ' I thank you for thisTeafonaWe mark of ' your attention to the Prince and me; for ' which' we are very much obliged.* They had- all the honour to kif& her Royal and Sereiife Highnefs's hand. The Prince and Princefs of Brunfwiek re-fided at Griffith Davies's, Efqj on Friday, and Saturday lait j and on Sunday, at-ten o'clock, *the weather being more moderate*their High-rteffes embarked on board different yachts, but a gale of wind arifing, they- could aot fail that day. About five in' the e-vening the Prince weBt to pay a vifit tc^Kis Royal Con-fort, and afterwards his Serene Highnefs came on more to lodge. The next morning Mr. Davies carried a letter** that came from the Princefs Dowager of Wales, to: her Highnefs on board the yaeht, when fhe defired-hiirf to tell the Prince1 that fhe \vas irf goo.^ fpirits? and had flept from nine at night till feven that mornlffg. On ftfendiy his Serene High-> nefs #e-emtfa'rked> amd about two o'clock in the afternoon t�.e yachts failed with a fair wind, andj kl all probability, arrived in Holland the next day : but as the wind has con-tinoed ir* nearly the fame �qua'rtei', neither packet nor exprefe has yet arrived from Holland. When their HighnefTes embarked on Sunday, the Prince was drefled in blue deaths trimmed with gold lace, and thVPrincefs in fjtarlet damaik, made up in the German fashion. Liverpool, Feb. 1. On Sunday laft a box, containing 460 dollars, was found upon the Banks near Crclby-Point, by three men, who with great honefty brought it entire, though opened, to one of the Officers of the Cuftoms in this town,. The above appears to have been loft oot-of the Hannah, Capt. Cawfon, from Virginia, wrecked upon the Add Banks ahout a month ago. Norwich, Feb. 4. Abowt eleven o'clock on Saturday- rooming laft, by a fudden and violent fquall of windj which lafted about two' minutes, the windmill juft out of St. Stephen's Gate was blown defwn; the Miller and arboy L O N D ON. It is faid her Majefty, on Saturday morning lait, was pleafed to make a prefent of 1000I. to the Hon. Mifs Biftiop, before ihe was married. ft haying, been obferved in fome of the Papers, "that an Officer reduced on half-pay, had ci. ic�. �iue to hiiri to the 24th of June taftf but, on his demanding the fame, had 2I. ios. tendered to him, 3I. being flopped for office feesr&c" This has been contradicted by onpi who fays he is an Agent for Half-pay Officers, and a few days ago received the half-pay of one to the above-mentioned time, which amounted to nomore(full half-pay)thari it. 5s. 8d. and the Officer, had, even alter making the.full deductions of office fees,, poundage, and agency, a hallance in his favour of 4s. 4d. The Commiffioners of. the" Cuftoms are going to take in an additional number of ware-fioufes, and alfo an additional number of Clerks, on account oF the increafe of trade face th^late Treaty of Peace. '.\-^>tisUdstiUnts from Bofton we hear, that in theftorci of the 14th of Jan. fuch breaches weie wade between,'that town and Lincoln, that not kfs .than 100,090 atres weff�is,u? |&� under water, added fa, whaj^e country had before fufjered. .' . ^ Extractfrom t^'^or^tjj Mercury. "Sir, OnWe&efiJ^^ni^iy"the jjjtfy about ~>.r r>"..rf?(-p f^eicefter. V ^ Norttrateptonjhire. Toefdayx iota, at Nbrthr amptoh. ' ' City of Ctrvtum, ]W&ty, J3*> � Cow?Wi-\Wariviekfijire. 5a^day, 14th, arWamick, Lttd $im, mdJuficeClgut. Biuks. Monday, Maarcfc 5. at Ayleftttry. Bedfordibire. T%rfday, 8th, at %|fordr. Cambridg " Ntrfoit. WE______, Southampton. Tue�, March 6, at'tfte.Caft& ofWinc^ft�.t ^ Wilts. SaturdayTfcth^New SaM^i norfet Thurfd^KtVatDorcBefiBr.. K. Ed^c.&thee^c|Exeter, Bxiter. The fame day, at the Guildhall. , Cornwall. U
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