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   Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 8, 1764, London, Middlesex                                S E V EfTING POST. Vol. XIV.]",  From WEDNESDAY. February 8; to FRIDAY, February io, i 764. [Numb. 1027. THURSDAY, February 9. $ a contagious difteroper �jTy*"jS=?="^SKieif * mikes erearhavbck amons M&ssOSfcV, tHe Tnrks io Bofnia, Ba-,      rem Beck, Governor of the A Generality of Carlftadt, ^?Tfcb lias formed a line of troops bii tie confines of Croatia wrjQ and Bofnia 5 by which we C^U^; hope the fpreadin^ of this terrible ctifeafe will be prevented. COUNTRY NEWS. Gloucefler-t Feb. 6. The continued feries of iad weather^ affords a moft dreary, profpe&; the inundations* which were thboght fiib-iidifig, have again overflowed all the low part of the couQtrv. The cattle in the fields are fo much aire&ea by the wet', that many of them Jiave died: gutter is rifen to is. jper"pound; and other neccfTaries, it is thought, will, fee equally dear. The roads in melt places'are greatly obilructed by the floods, and in joirie are rendered impaflable. LONDON. A part of the great caufe-about the eflate Tuefday night lafr. feme villains broke into the ftiop of Mr. Spratley, a Batcher in Weft-minfter-market, by untiling the roof, and ftole froni thence a cboiTderable fum of mo- A Dialogue, as in the nixt Century it may chance to happen, between the then Bijbsp of -_, Dr. Springer, Redar of-and Dr.Kix, Vuar of --, both Parifbes Royal and tx-mpt JurifdiSions. 5;>;.r\OCTORS both your Servant. XJf I fent to you, Gentlemen, iipon an affair of fome importance, that .concerns you equally, and, Ifuppofe, by>-y*)Qr "thus coming together, you both pretty rwdl guela. the bunncis. - y � � Dr. Springer. Not I, my Lord, for my own ney, with which thej; pbtclear off. There is a &arp�?wh > appears as a foreigner, about five feet five inches high, rather thin than fat, that makes a practice of genng into (h\ops in a morning while thev are (weeping out, ami^djeapening things, being "vefcy difficult, wanfirig pany parcels opened,; oiit of feme of which Tie takes an opportunity f M?^>Kfe&^&IT^I part. Iaffureyoh;. buVtrec^d^owtoX Hocy^^^&Jgfffi       l^g; Ws commands, a^d coming accordingly, I yeral fhops near,TemPle-bartherefore thisi �     worthy fnendheieat tliegate. 5 is infer^d as a-cautida for fliop-keepers to be; . p^Nix, Tyhe jyoetar ha& anfwlrid for me,, ^g^-finc,Porter of a tavern in ffi^> -as fully as for kUnMf, in**K- --------- on with jhe,bufinett f-Thus Lumphrey-PnlefwGtth. came �           v   c     .^l'  az      u, .,,e   ,,; \yefterdaytoinfommefthaw�fcR6fl*rStrong- Ml; pounds ; forjvhich offence ^ was  oni ^    ^Qmaanri thinte be -vSSSk^ i*** Monday laft, committed to Wood-ftreet- Hfh marchW reghn^t, had w�^w�h Compter.                   _       ,. his only daughtery and mamed'heft God�frid Nicola, a Foreigner^is ccmmitted      n   i-    F^.j   *  � - to the New Gael, Southwark, by Samuel Swabey-, Efq; for felonioufly afTaulting Mary from tr.e uourt of Seffion in Scotland, to be , ^ her againfrher wiU and c0^fent>    i  * The report of the death of Mils Davis, copied . from a Paper of yeilerday,' is without foundation; - ' ~ - G ivN ^RALPOS T-OF FIC �. $eb. 7, 1764. ' determined by the:Houfe of Peers.- Th'e'Kon. John Slurray, now Duke of A- tVi04,'received yeiterday tiie cornpliments of " the Nb'aility, on' his'claim "to that title being flowed. '�''    . " Oh Tuefday Earl Temple pave an elegant '.ent^fjsjtimeTit'to feye^aljpf the:Nobijity; at *fe&|toafc in i'all-MaS?.. ^--:�^�*^. ;r^im^ The duration of the Wt%^-7g@�. S,.-:Wi-winds keep back the fhips rrbrji ^blldndahd Hamburgh, on board of which are fbigped above icc,cco guineas, the Merchants find* ing mere advantage in told than in the high  courfe-of Exchange, as rt is at prefent Dr. Nix. Good. I believe, my Lord, they were maVried ibis day ievennigbt in^ pry chsfeb 'r thejr were publifhed rnere, Iknow ; and I think my^Curate told me thef marrkge -wa& ftrlemnizeijm Monday laft> bat I have notexamined'th*-r�ifterfittM.    ; 'v. Br^Springr'i Thaothe* p*bUcadon, on the Iiidy^s.pa�,Ivny v?�l* rtmWnbiBf was ,in my churchy artdmyCbfitta ii)fitrmrd^ate.$e ter-tifieidfor them.   '--r ,   _ . T   1   Bifhopi Then you did sfit many; (hem,. F^^iketitaiifr'ain Tofk HMkftpr, was w.%r \�>-&?*Ni*? No, m? v^t^^odXord, I take Jay Mertpng toft the $th fnjiant,- about Onf . pffl*malar *areo� tnatc For I hav^niadeit a o'Clcck, attackedand rubbed upon Stockton Com-- ^ndi^mle wilhfme^as long as this AcVcon-mn, between York andMaken, about BalfdMiU'- " tinnerih force, neither by myfelfi Ot CuwSteV before be came to the Lob/ler-bouji,. by a Jingle, to marry anyperfon'sv^hateve�,by-ban'ns,^l�ut I tJhbwayman on fforfebaci, who carried awav- fuch" as con�tantly live and-refide-;ift m^^own L,ul\ nidit, at a numerous 'meeting of the   the ftorje on which the Pojhboy rods, together with- Society for, promoting the Polite Arts,' Sec. ! the Jaid Mail, and all the,Bags and Letters it of fifn, was ajrrced to and confirmed. Kly-lfuu', in Holborn, is taken tor a Ge* r.cral Excifc-oflice, that in the Ok Jewry being too'fc".':!: for the gre.it hufmefs carrieti on rtmcnt 'of me" revenue thr- all !>.-: flepT. ti. 1" veiled, m th?t   _ lit:Ie fr.c^s wiii be pulled dowi ken away,' rue afe'ent of tlx-and a thoroughfare will Bleedinp- ITcr.rr-yr.rd into Crofs-ton-CiAic'jn ; the edi/ice will be rr.agnifi: ei:*ar.d v.i' hc.-.r'thc Eisne _ and his fucccifbrs are to have 4.C0I. for ev licj thereof. Th.> Rev. Mr.'Edward Tavlor is appointei Ch.-.!-::'in fo-the third rci-iuient of i'cr-t. J hngion, and all Places within their irJ/erfi'veDe-j li'veries; and alfo all the.Bye betters cj that Pofi- jrem different Parts of the Kingdom,- jCr tat-\ T>.wks ubweKtniioiiid, and Places in 1 heir fteigk-00  J:o cdrnmll be a'-sut Fi--i>e had oil a light th's Robbery ts at 'c.:t Three Inch" -li es h:?h, coloured Surtout Coat, Itrct-t, 'Ely r in tsriDia 10 bread jet-, and r de upon a Jirsvg little Black Hcrje of the Curt' KinJ with a B/b Tail. This is therefore to give Notice, That whoever Pall apprehend end cr.n-vicl, or caufe to be appre~ hetzded and cnwUed, the Per Jon who committed \ 1 u G.nx!en, W (jfl C". H. ntlcmcn, one of tiit' ether of iior:: it Tennis for Woh � \vhi*:h wtrj wor P rivv-i f,.in-'-, ti.e lb" rvnnt r, in of M St. jo!;.!' to Wtv/ 1.-. tvn Ibery, will be infilled to a Reward of 'I i rOv.'/iDC,  ;v�i'-.-; or, 'if any Pcrjcn or Perjom, whe-� .Jcc-zr.'pi-cs in the Jaid Robberv, cr knowing :of, ii-;': make Dijcozer��, whereby the Perjen, t1 the /am., /    be apprehended and ' r. oejam., lice, luc: io I, ?f �joJs to a , upon Ct,: , ir/zie Al^-t '.{,  have iy C A - j-ry.rcr or D fccverers 'ciir.n of z 1:1 Ojp'enders, he infilled do /'"FIFTY POUNDS, and z : ..   Ij's weft gracious PardM. .  "   ''pr.Jld'K-   Centred, ': -iJAl  'i <^oD, Scct'etarj, \-o-pence ILilfpcr.n;,-,]__ parifh, and have been feoth-pubtifliteft'thSre. They tell me the Captain is ^a ibraye hand-feme young fellow. � '-d'BlJhep.' Doftor, you feem to make M�ht of this matter :. Sir Humphreyvis- my particular friend, and his daughter, he telfs.rh^, is flow 'but jirrt tuiu'd of -twenty, and if ftie lives to be of" age, will be entitled to an indopendtnc fortuneof at leaft thirty thcufand pounds; Dr. Nix. Better and better ftiHy-my Lord ; for the Captain will then foon-Coloriel"ii, I-warrant him.    �  Dr. Spring
                            

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