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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 26, 1764, London, Middlesex S EVENING POST. Vol. XIV.] From MONDAY, March 26, to WEDNESDAY, March 28, 1764. [Numb. 1047. TUESDAY, March 27. LateJajl Nigbt arri^ved-a Mail from Holland. Florence, March z. HE government is taking every meafure to remedy the fcarcity of corn. On this account the Marquis de Botta, who is at the head of the government, has written circular letters to the Judges of the feveral di-ftri&s, ordering them to procure an exact account of all the cam and chefauts within their feveral jiirifdi&ions, even-in the farms and'pleafure houfes belonging to tfee Emperor, jas alfo in thofe fcf the Clergy, and the religious communities, amf other privileged places. This corn is to remain 36-days, for the government to confider how it (hall be then difpofed of; but, In the mean qme, air pofiibleencouragement is to be given to thofe who (hall be prevailed upon to fell* their com for the good of the public. � Cad^yFeb. 28. Three men of war arrived herertbis xaorning from 'the Havannah, and have, brought home 400^006 pia&fes, 16,000 aTobesioAfugar, and 24^)00 of tobacco. I bantsciu March lb. "Thd diyifions a'nd;l�u-mults in feveral of Ghe Pefflhcie ts have lately? rifen.to a very great height] oti adeount of tfee1 different parties and interefts; particularly at"1 Bracklaw,: they came -tb; great extremities.' Hrince JablOTow%>, the* ^alatirie of Bracfc4' law, who; atidera preteriise of making hj^i'^b^ lie entry into t^^fc^'&i&e '^e'fe'-with., fjfoJ Gentlemen in military uriif?>rms', arid 300f Tartars, was feveral times* very near/beihgt killed at thatDieti A Polander next to him was killed by a Itrokefrom1 a-fabre, and -p other Gentlemen, who werefieareft to his'per-' fon, were feverely wounded;; T-he'^efuits^jn.1 whofe church the Uiep. was-'held; hav^demanded ,3000 marks of filVfr, to atone," as; they fay, to the Divinity, for fullying the fane-; tuary with fo much human blood. L ir'N'~D'~0~K """"" ' TheHoufe of Commorrs of Ireland have under their confideration, a Bill for the aug rrienting'the falaries of Curates, and other per . fons in Holy Orders, legally appointed, toaffift * tKe'fdctimben'f':of any pariui iu'difcharging ] the duty thereof; &hd alftf, for"enf.'rcihg aj % more freq'creWt performance of divine fervice j in fmall parifhes. '.''',"�.. , ' . | ' A new writ is ordered to be irTuied out for j ele&ing a Member for CprfF paflle, yi Dorfet " the Eait India Directors at the^ing's Arms Tavern in Cbrnhiil, atwriich, Lord Clive was prefent. . ' . , j "The fcheme for railing igcaHighlanders for riming and peoplingthe Ifl'and;ci*S�. John's, is- likely to meet with fome obftacl'es that, were not at firft thought of. . They write from Lifborr, of the'18th ult., that an Englifh veflel from Tetuan arrived j there the- 14th with Eng'ifn captives on board, j who had been" r^anfomed from the Emperor j of Morocco,, and brought there from Sailee.1* 1 ;The N.,S..dos*?raz'eres, Ckpt. j.ofeph.t)ias Barbs; failed from LimOji, "the '24thfor Hex-,., a&mj^b, where .ti^ere regained on the 25$-, ult. the Ambufcade privateer, with 15 Englilh merchantmen ; and where the Champion, Green, from New-England, and True Love, Moulton, from London, were arrived; and the Southampton, Dormer, (ailed for London on the 25th ult. ThelUon, Chriftie, is arrived in the Downs from Maryland: She left the Capes of Virginia the 19th of January ; the2cth ditto, being then 150 leagues Eaft from the Capes, met with a gale of wind at ut S\^puld not agree to. the additional hour. _ : ;; Yefterday one of the combination Journeymen-Taylors was committed to Bridewell, for .dealing fome remnants of cloth from a Piece-broker's in Black-i'Viais. Yefterday a young woman, (ervant to a* Watchmaker in Wood-ftreet, was committed to Wood-ftreet-Compter, by the fitting A1-, derman, for ftealing a watch out of her mar iter's (hop. Two poftboys were taken up,, about three weeks ago, on fufpicion pf .ftealing it, and have been confined ever mice in' New Frifon, Cltrkenweil. . Saturday laffc Mr. Dan was removed,ft-omj the New Gaol to Bridewell, St. George's*, Scuthwark, fcr fix weeks hard labour. ;> . At Maldftone five Excife Officers were tried for the murder of Thomas: Graves,' a Smug-, gler; and, after a trial of fix hdurs,"'were acquitted, without entering into .their defence. On Thurfday four men,: genteelly 'dreffed, hired a coach and four horfes of a'Coach-mafter in Weft-Smithfidd, to go taRochefier; on their being fet down in that' cityi ^they told the"Coachman'they mould not return to London with him, but delired him to carry a few fmall parcels in the boot of his coach, which they put in accordingly ; but the Cuf-tom-houfe Officers: having fomS ijitimation that the men were fmugglers; they ftarched the coach, and found as much J ace, "&c. as was worth near ^opol. The coach and;hor(es were alfo feysed,."^ being forfeited to, the 'Crown- , .1. ' . .. 'Xe'fter^ay-.amifchiev'ous bullock, worried by his more mifchieyaus drivers, tofled and hurt feveral people in going over London^bridgei' Yefterday, abont eight o'clock in the rhorn^r ing, a Journeyman belonging to Mr. Freeman,-Peruke-maker, in New Rourjd Court, in, the Strand, took the opportunity, while the Maid was gone of an errand, to han� himfelf up lfr the kitchen; his Mafter going down bychancfi1 a little after, imoJ?Siia%tly cut him down,, when fome fymptemsofTife appearing, he direftly fent for a Sugeott, who bled him, and-ordered him to be (entlto St. Martin's work -houfe, where he lies with-little hopes of re-' covery._, _' ; Eaddsnham, Feb. 27, 1764.. XA/'E whofe-Names are hereunto 7 * fubfct&ed, Sufferers by Fitei at Haddenharn, in the Qounty of Bucks.- do hereby, return.our gtatSfo/ Thanks to our kind Benefactors, by whofe chartt'abla Benevolence we have received Seventeen Shillingsitsd Four-pence Three Farthings in the Pound for our re* fpeftive Lofl'es." Weaifqreturn Thanks tothe Tiuftees of the'BriefV*h"a!fai'e: con/tkntJ"y attended at rheir'owrti Expende to -rri.ikerthe fevjeral Dividends" And we Ike-wire rdrtiTn TKanks to Mefth. Bytd, fia!ir andStcvenfon, of Stiffoi-d, fo'r their fpeedy Csre: i>i;hyihg and collecting-the faid Brief; and for the jiift arfd 'fair Accounts thejr nave m?de,.and given to our Trufteesj'who have firi'fily compared fuch Accounts with:evefySingle Copyof'the fai Brief. John-CJark',.-/- ' : ; ' Edrnund. pijebee Arine G'reeswood, Jonn ekir^femth Richard Sb'tiey ' Jofeph jHackfhaKv . ThomaJ^Piddingtott �' Edmund Warland RohertEailforfelfariiMo-, John Speed [ther Benjamin Ewttaie John j arvis Richard Cox Rebecca Hammond Samuel Mb'rJey ' Frances rfolt Edmund Friday Jatri".s Richmond' I G.W'eftExecutprtoJ.Birch ".Rd "Wefor felfandMPthej John Wilibn William Wright ,; Thomas Trankliii Benjamin Plaxerd John Cooper Thoma? Markham Edward Horiernan Hilary Clark [Reynolds Sarah Jeffery, for Mary-Henry Warlafld i Frances Parker I Dasiel.Mopr I Fran. Cclmridge MafvChapman for herSojft^ [Price Two-pence Halfpenny.] To be SO L J>, r For ki&dyMoney, at Mr. TROUGH-TON'?, WipeMtr(kanttin Brook Sweety: near Bavm Saeet.iGjofvcncr'Square, ' BARABAR'WINEvmtrchrich^ MgharflawuVed1, and-Mlerbodied than pbrtsi' at 24I. a Hog(hea'dy:;i3 �Bottrts:,for;'lh'4k. '* ' " .GUERNSEY PORTS, high - flsjvrjtirea \* F/enth; Clarets, at 22I.: a HOflhead 5 15 BtfrtFes'for 'zs*.1' YIBONJA WHITE WINfi,i ftroag^s, and tot td be diftinguiihedifreni^Madeira, .at:-i^. 2S; aDozeii^ And other Wines at the lowett Prices. - -ffi;t~Dit$,isflttMified,-'Pric4 is. 6dr I LBERTY; the SUDS : Or; Modern Cban&e&i In a, UetVer to aFriebd. By THESP^IJLUS H0 Io.-27, itvPlo-ugh-Court, Fetter Lane. Sfudify joTflbefttblijb'eJ, ' Dedicated to the "Queen, the Sixth Edition of' .-: .-Tfee D E A T; H of A E V. h, S . . J5ri�.;3S�.6d.i'fewedj and 35." boand."
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