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   Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 20, 1764, London, Middlesex                                G POS^ JL Sy  F AY, February 20, to WEDNESDAY, February 22,. 1764. [Numb. J032.. '   ;T,;U E^S!D A Y, February 2i.   � JaJilNfgkt\jirrived'a Mail from Holland, r   r^.^temL January 2$. '� _ ejgLEEraprefs-Qjieen haying . ^ade; a. prefeat of the old cattle of. Gran In Hungary to the Afchbifhop of that {ee, and that Prelate beting determinedr!to refide !~JaiT the future atv-rran, .has .obtained leave of her Im-_. ;perialMaje{ry to pulldown ."that cattle, snd: build a palace on the fame jpot. 'Bithei foundation of the old palace the .wprkihen: found ;an earthen vafe> >con&ining 1258 Roman medals, *4.of which- were filver, 'ai^M� r�PPRe�' Thqfe pfj filver are of jthf Emperbri'Oordian, Maximilian,. Diocle-_tjan>jand Conftantihe; and thofe of copper werjer.&uclcin^e,r^ns of fir this icpllecltibri two raedajs of ^he Em-Jprefs^Magna-Urbica-Augufta, who is fup-pofed to have befiMhe. wife of Carinjis. \ , Pienna, i'�^^/'$Ee'cdntagipnis. fpreading ^dn&.^Aid'fiiatic^coafts. It h, feared that !Triefte" and./Fiume, and even jthe Venetian ^rrltoj^,,,WAli t-^pn be infected,; #s-the mails ..due'from ^tho/e 'parts are -notarrived.  Our line of guards extends as far as Lanboch. . Gradifca has loft moft of its inhabitants; and 'there is a famine in the diftrict of f xiuli. ' ' Mentx, Feb. 10. The waters of the Rhine, .',the Mayne, and the Taubre, continue to Overflow the neighbouring countries j and the fame difafter prevails in the countries of Bam-berg/Wurtzbourg, and in all the reft of Fran coma.  The waters of the Mofelle have alfo rmide great havbek, and have undermined a "great rock near Remifch, a fmiall town four leagues above Treves, in fuch a manner, that there is an opening, in the rock of zo feet "wide, and if it mould happen to fell, it would not dniy-fcriiih the "town, Butildp up the navigation of the river. ">�'�  Utrecht, Feb. ic. We hear with great joy ithat the waters of. the Leek are falling. The -Surveyorsof the dykes are gone.away, and -numbers of; people; who had abandoned 'their^hojufea for fear of %ejng pverwhelmed, are returned to them. Dunkirk, Feb. 12. Mr.-Defmaretz, the Eng lifh. Conimiffary, and two engineers, are ftiil here, in order to firiifh the demolition of the fortifications of. this place, on the. .fide next the fea. The Cunette is already deftroyed, '�and the bafon is about to be fo. Our coun-'try, is covered with water, and our coait with .wrecks. i a M E R I C"a:       ~ New-York, Jan.t^. We hear'from Philadelphia, that on-the 14th of December kit, a .number of armed horfemen went to the Indian town in the Coneiiagce manor in'Lan-cailer county, and,'without the leaft provocation, barbaroufly murciered fix of the Iri-'< dians, and burnt and dethroyed all their (lnufesand effects, though under the protec-;*ijnof that, government and its laws.   And : on the 27th following]a large party of armed men afiembled, and proceeding to the town '-, of-Lancaft'er, broke open the worfchoufe, and  inhumanly maiTacrcd 14 more of the laid In- mon, in \yhich were "a CoiffifeltorJ-ap C'ficer^ '; and two Ladies'.i ^rfga&'f^^W' hive :nu ) other weapon than. a:cb^p -kittfe^--~' I   Laft Sunday '^g^'j^^3Sa^irho are go-! ing to the Eafi"iad^e'sjr^6b-boa^l ,the,�ajifrt-; tart,  now. lying^iig^e^enidr? mutinied f ' their number-was'aodut: iooj g�d they; role upon the fajlors, ^hoffrnumber was npt quite: fo many; but by.jthe/i'^fplutipn and  were fi^pdtied.- dians, men,; women, andchrldreri, who had   who lately robbed acdaclionlinchley Com then been taken under the immediate care'---'"�   '' ' ^   "~ -    - - and pr.pte.aion of the Magistrates of Lancafter county,'and lodged for their better fecurity ini the workhoufe, till they fhould be more ef fe&ually provided for by the government.     ; The Goyernor has oifered a reward of 20'oL; or fecurih^andprofecutingto'conviftion anyj thfee of the. ringleaders in this inhuman and' bloody affair j and to any accomplice, not-a'ftuajly tohcerned in the murders, who fhall make difcovery of any of the ringleaders, and-apprehend and profecute them to conviction befides the .above reward, all the weight and influence of the government lh,all be em-: ployed to obtain a pardon for the offender..- Many people apprehend fatal confequences^ mould theie Indians, at this time, under fuch well-grourrded apprehenfibhs^, and with fucbj fhpckmg ideas of the juftice, numanity, and prcteftioh they 'may expeft in ah Englifh gp-| vernment, return and mix with the Indians, now at war with us. : The above party, we hear, could affign noi re^fon for their behaving in this' manner, except iiwas/ that they were the T Order of the Hon.- Oommijfiamts JSof Parliament of the Third of%i(-fcejint Majefly X on Wednesday tbezqth lpj}4nt'rift/& Goods, and otier wrought Silks> JBarce^tfa and Irijh Silk Hander chief 5.   " For-Hdfne?tnfuntptia'nr. Sundry Pieces of MufUns,\Cailicees,, (Biffljndia-' Dimity, Muflin fitidfet nuit0''Tbmair f$i$in-' Neckcloth and'Httvdkertbift menS'Mitflindotibiednd\febURu^i�^ Thread, Nankin Qp^/,'.^m'^'t^-mpfijt,.^'Ut's or' Blond Lace, Blond Lace double and treble Mijjktr* Bone Lace, Sifters Thre"d'dt Dutch Tap/is Tapes, worked W0}m$t Silk and Cotton ines, Chequed Linent\Tteking, Ru/pa?Linen*' L O M D O N. An Englifh Ihip, without any living creature on board, laden with timber, was lately driven aihoreon the coaft of Denmark. The only promotion s-of flag officers thathaye been made in his^'Majefty's Navy in- the courfe of the laft year^are Sir John Bentley, Bart, appointed Rear Admiral- of the White fqua-dron, and William Parry, Efq; Rear Admiral of the Blue. Yefterday came on before the Right Hon. Lord Mansfield, in the Court of King's Bench at Weftmirifter, a trial by a fpecial Jury, Pn an indictment for an affault and falfe impri-fonment, whe/ein the King, on the profecu-tion of a Gentleman lately cpnfined m a private madhoyfe not far dlltant from London, was the plaintiff, and feveral of the fervants of that houfe were defendants ; when upon a full hearing, and Uriel examination of the witneffes,. a verdifit was found for the defendants. Two other indictments for the like offence were determined in the like manner, the pro-fecator being advifed by his Counfel to* withdraw, and not appear farther .to profecute. On Tuefday kit a man who calls himfelf Dackers, dreffed in a Seaman's habit, with a bonnet on, was committed"to Chelmsford s;a' 1 by the Rev. Mr. Morgan, of Braintree in Effex, on i'ufpicion of ocing the perfon [rPiice .Two-pence Halfpenny.] Liven Sheehy R]i0frQi4pfrx printed Linen* Silk /Mittins, Mens a'ndWdpuns.Leather�(Slaves,.Turkey -Carpet, *i'$fi$fjfis^^^"iT'i^ffi':-^'**' Wax and TalloiPCanJfe-f Soap,.Hair Pondert-fxindry. 'Parcels ofrfh3iaXacquered. Wat$9- Mother of Pearl Fi/b and' Cb%$riT Pearl Beeijfs, dre$ed~ Kid Skins, Rhubarb',rS^.gh&, SaJopp,Opiian, Gunr' Gilaicum,' and Turfnericky.tftfttdry Parcels/f Gold and Silver �l^ce^pa^Goia.jf^Sihier'^i^'' ing Apparel, ivhich{ane to.be burnt] cut'Garnets,  great Bugle, Stu^'q^iefPetiicoatstHaberdafhery, Feathers fir Muffs,Pj^uresin Frames ,Mooking-Glajfes, Oil C!oths.;'Wms, Fiathersfor.Bids, fundrj curious Paintings on Cloth for Furnitureof Roams, Marble andEmbbJfed Paper r�hittafflar�, China and Clay Images', hroiiun Sii^ar, Pinfinto, Succades, green Ginger, Tamarindkr-Cocoa Nuts, -Currants, Spanijh Juice, Gaily Tyle^ Pill Boxes, � ' fun dry Sorts of tyinQin.Cajks and. Bottle sy Vinegar, Qlive. O'l,^ Qiivesr-Ru/fa:..Mats,. Deals, -Oars, Handfpikss, Mafls, Boats,  a Lighter,, Tackle, Apparel and Furniture offundr.y. condemned Vejfels,.- Tobacco Aftes^-and SheepsflPooL .,   CleprofalJrQuties.-:. The Goods io ,le\j\enanitaftfid at,,tbe King's ' Waxehokfe at the C-aftan-.HouJer, London^rand:at the TobaccorGrovndfteer the W,e\ Dock,-Rcther-hithe, on Saturday tas,'7.tlth:.,':MondayiB'Tnth, � and Tuefday the zpfafaj^ti'frpm.-Eigfc- olClock in the Morning, fo.jQ�e itt the Aftermtn, and.in the Mornings Mefo^e'tJ^S^i wblKt Catalogues 
                            

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