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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 9, 1764, London, Middlesex E V S T Vol. XIV.] From "FRIDAY, March 9, to MONDAY, March 12, 1764. [Numb. 1040. SATURDAY, March 10. LONDON. ACCORDING to letters from Lilbon* dated the 2d ult. the King of Portugal has remitted to the Dutch Merchants at Oporto the dues which they have been charg-ed with, and ordered reditu tion to be made them of what money they have paid. The concourfe of foreigners of difiin&ion at Frankfort is fo great, that T4 Englilh and Scotch Lords, feveral Italian Marquiies, fome French Chevaliers, and about 20 German Barons, have had the utmoft difficulty to procure lodgings there. By fome Tetters from Bayonne there is an , account, that five fhips are fitting out there for the cod fifhery in North America, and that the prices of wines in France were very high, ana were daily augmenting. The Danifh Eaft-India Company came to a refolution, on the 20th ult. to make a dividend of fix percent, for the year 1767, a-mounting to 36,000 rixdollars, on the Company's fund of 6,000,000 of rixdollars. Many Proprietors.in the Ealt-Jndia Company's Stock are very uneafy, left the prefer, t difputes among their Directors at home, and their Governors and Councils abroad, Ihould .have unhappy confequences, efpcci aiiy as each fide appears to be actuated by iirong re-fentment, and are equally powerful in riches and afiiuence. On Thurfday laft. the Weft-India Merchants gave an elegant entertainment at the King's-Arms Tavern in Cornhill, to Col. Dalrvmple, late Governor of Guadalupe, as an acknowledgment of the great care and attention he \hevved to the commercial intereil, while he had the command a: that iiland. We herir that the following fix regiments of foot have received orders to embark, to relieve the forces now-in the Weit-Indies, viz. The 32d regiment, Leighton's, and the 63th, Lwrnbtoii's, to relieve the 4th, Du-roure's, a>;d the o^d, Loorhby's, from their llations in the iiland of St. Vincent, Tobago, &c. The 66th, Lord Adam Gordon's, to relieve the -.Sth, Talbot's, at Antigua. The ^6:h, Manners'';:, and the bid, Brown's, to relieve the 43d, Noel's, and the 49th, Stanwix's, at Jamaica. The jcth, '1 rapaud'.s'to embark at Corke, in order to do duty at the iiland of Dominica. Wedr.efdav his Maieftv's frigates Tv/eed, and Tartar,'Sir John'Line! fry, failed out of 'V-Xtfrnouth harl.oar to Spithead. Thty are friid to be under faiiin* orders, the former for the V/tit Ihdlt:, ur.si The latter for Honda; Mr. Harnfon g^es on board the former to .forward his cb&rvaticss. 'The City ot from Philadel- phia, with iooo horfnead- of itex-feetl^is cn ihore at Lame, and had five feel watci in her hold when the pcfA came awiy. f'i-We hear from Edinburgh, that a floop belonging to i'erth, laden with fait from Dy-f.trt, ih'uck on a ridge of rocks off" Crile the nlinft. The Commander, Mr. William Rc-faiiifon, late Quavccr-iaailer of his Iviajdl/'s fhip Devonfhire, together with every foul on board, perifhed. We hear from Cambridge, that Thurfday the 2zd inftant is appointed for the election of a High Steward of that Univerfity, in the place of the late Earl of Hardwicke ; the candidates are the prefent Earl of Hardwicke and Lord Sandwich. On Thurfday came on the election for a Lecturer of St. Andrew Underfhaft, in Lea-cenhalj-ftreer, in- the room of Mr. Withers, who refigped ; and upon the ballot the numbers wcr^, for Mr. Toovey 82, Mr. James 75 ; whereupon Mr. Toovey was elected. Yerterdsy five very notorious, and the fup-pofed only gang of villains who iufeft inns and ileal goods, as well as from coaches and waggons about this town, viz. FofTett, Solomons, Gough, Lewin, and Lloyd, were committed by Sir John Fielding, as alio the noted Dick Swift, their receiver. One of thefe offenders was apprehended yeilerday morning about feven o'clock, as it was fuppofed, juit after committing a robbery of the above kind, there being found in his cuftody, in a large Tack, a quantity of tea, necklaces, fans, &c. Sec. in which was a bill- of parcels made out for Mr. Joel, of Chichefler, and dated the 8th inftant. Yeilerday a man was committed to Wood- | ftreet Compter, by the Sitting Alderman, for 1 Healing a cow out of a field near Hackney, ! which he had fold to a Butcher in the Fleet- ' Market laft Monday. The owner having fome bufmefr in Leadenhall-Market, faw the fkin there,'and it being a remarkable one, knew it, by which he found out the Butcher, who produced the thief. Tuefday laft t.-e Im'poftor, who was committed to Bridewell- the preceding day, for pretending to be deaf anddumb, was examined by the Court, when he confeffed he had got a livelihood for upwards of 14 years by that .pretence, in going to pubiic-houfes, and talking with hisTingers, whereby he extorted the charily cf many weil-difpofed perfons. He was l'cntenced to hard labourfor three months, and to have no other fubfiftence than what he earned by his labour in beating hemp. Bankruptcy pcfiponed. Henry Fifhvvick, of Bolton in the Moors, Lancafhire. ' Chapman. To appear March 24, at John Cooper's in Boiton aforcfaic). Bankrupt. Jonathan Wectch, of Ratchff-crofs, Middlefex, Linen Draper. To appear March 14, 24, and April 21, at Guildhall. Aprils. Francis Penny, late of Bifhops Wakham in the County of Southampton, Mercer. Francis Eveleigh, lave of St. Philip, and Jacob, Ginteger, Cornractor. 5. William [over, oi Weftbromv.rch, Stafford-ftire, Gunlock-rritker. Robert Lamb, of Wakefield in Yorkshire, Clotnier and Fjiclor. Certificates to be granted. Mar. 3c. 'I noma's Mayr.ard, of Cateaton-ftrcet, Lon dor, Mr".b:.r.t, Wtllium VV>,ft.n, of Stepney, Middlefex, Twi/k-f} f-.ni r. Thomas Cha; rr.sn, now or late of London, Merchant, avd F;u trier with iieaze-r Web-jfer, ru.-w -or iwtr of- Halifax, Yorkshire, Merclur.t. [Price Two-pence Halfpenny.]' T0 the Editor s/Lloyd's Evening Fost. Sir, Yo U muft know, Mr. Editors- that I am no great believer of prodigies, and when I hear a tale, plaufibly related, that does not entirely tally with my reafon, I always imagine there is fome hidden myftery in it, which, if revealed, would give us abetter idea of the_ truth. Such is the cafe, with the narrative of your unfortunate fair Correfpondent E . . . . in your laft. That a Lady ihould be violated at noon-day, in her relation's houfe, when every fervant was about their occupation, feems to me a fort of a paradox, which requires a ferious folution. I ftiink, what Mrs. E .. . . confeffes relating to her note, gave her a fair opportunity of defeating his villainous defigns, even in the bud, and the threats which he, at that time, made ufe of, fufficient-ly demonftrated his wicked intent; but, perhaps, this Lady, was what the Spedator juftly termsoutrageoufly virtuous, and, by thatmeans, like many others, fell a victim to her own excefs of rhodefty. St. Paul's, March 10. Yours, Que re. Course of e x c h a n g e,'. From Castaigne's Paper, March9. Amfterdam, 36 7 z\ Uf. Ditto at fight, 36 4f. Rotterdam, 36 7 2 � Uf. Antwerp, no price. Hamburg, 35 i 2 \ Uf. Paris, 1 day's date, 30 \ . Ditto, 2 Ufance, 30. Bourdeaux ditto, 30. Cadiz, 37 f. Gold in coin, 3I 18s 3d Ditto in bars, 3I 18s 3d Pil. pes of eight, 5s ad Ditto fmall, - 5s 2d Madn.t, 37I. Bilboa, 37i. Leghorn, 47I |. Gcr.oa, 47. Venice, 50. Lifcou, 5s 5d. Porto, 5s I.Dublin, 9�. Mexico, - -Ditto fmall, Sil. in bars ffand. is id* A: The Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of CAM BR IDG E, RE dejired to meet Edward Martin, Efq; High Sheriff cf the faid County,-at the Shire Hail, at Cambridge, nt-xt Thurfday, the \ cith L./tant, at Twelve 0'Clock at Neon., to confder cf a proper Perfcn to Reprrjkit the jaid' County 111 Parliament, in the Ro : 'J f f, N.B. The Poor ar: fcrved with Medicines Gratis as the; ai"e.l to be in ill-: late Mr. Wato's Lii"c-tia�("� The White Drop, 1 he R. ed Dp. or, &c. And The Blue Pill, well-known in the Ealr and Weft-Indies; with proper Directions.
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