London Lloyd Evening Post, April 2, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

April 02, 1764

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Issue date: Monday, April 2, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 2, 1764, London, Middlesex S EVENING POST. Vol. XIV.] From MONDAY, April 2, to WEDNESDAY, Aprils i764- [Numb. 1050. TUESD AY, April 3. ,A . M ERICA. Kinghn, Qamaica,y Dec. 8. - Y a private letter From the Black River on the Muf-quito-fhore, dated Nov. 11, 1763, We learn, "That the Spaniards are gathering all the troops and others fit bear arms from all the provinces adjacent, under the command of Don Lewis Pies Navarro. A Lieutenant-Colonel arrived -' from Guatimala with a troop of dragoons, and other men in arms, who are rendezvoufed at Truxillo. We are juft difpatching a flag of truce to Truxillo, to enquire intathe truth' of this information, and have ordered all the ' Mufquito Indians down here, and put our-felves in arms to aft with them, for the protection of this fettlement." Bridge-To*ivn, {BarbadoesJ Dec. 22. By the /Recovery brig, which arrived a few days ago . from Newfoundland,, we hear, that the fjfhery on that coaft has been very fuccefsfulthisfea-' fon: that upwards of 600 fail of Britifh,' and r 20o fail of French veffels were employed: that fome bickerings happened between the Englifh and French, the,.latter of,whom in-, fitted on an ejeclufive right of "fi(hing on that part of the coaft allotted to them by the.Treaty, which was denied by the EngKfti; who J very juftly told them� that though aright was given kthem to fiih on that part of the. coaft, jvetit did not preclude them from fiftiing there '.. �:, likewife,, Commodotie Greaves, _ who. com-.mands ,on that ftatiori, fent two frigates to . keep them Quiet. When the French fialed . for Europe, they left all their, fiftiing. boats, ^amounting to feveral hundred, and.,a large auatitity of fait, behind .them.; which; being . ireftly contrary to the Treaty, the Commo-. dore ordered the whole to be deftroye GRENADES. John Fleming, Efq; Commiffary-General of ftores and provifions. Lieut. Maclellan, (4th reg.) Major of Brigade. William Bryant, (Half-pay) Surgeon and Purveyor to the Hofpital.   i Rev. John Boundler, Chaplain, r j Enfign Dalrymple, (63d reg.) Fort-Adjutant and Barrack-Mafter. Capt. Forbes, (4th reg.) Deputy Judge Advocate. St. _ V IN C E N T. - .' Deputy Commiffary John Davies, (half-pay) Deputy CommifTary of'ftores and provifions. Lieut. Fairbairne, (4th reg.) Fort-Adjutant and Barrack-Mafter. _ � Rev. Michael Smith, Chaplain. George Young? (half-pay) Surgeon to the Hofpital. DOMINICO. John Weir, Deputy Commiffary of ftores. [Price Two-pence Halfpenny.] John Boon, (half-pay) Surgeon to the Hofpital. Lieut. Ancram, (half-pay) Fort-Adjutant and' Barrack-Mailer Rev. Matthew MacLeane, Chaplain"; TOBAGO. Wm. Walker, Deputy Commiffary of ftores and Provifions. Rev. William Small, Chaplain. Lieut. Alexander Henry Gordon, (half-pay of Marines) Fort Adiutantand Barrack-Mafter. William Young, (half pay) Surgeon to the Hofpital. EAST-FLORIDA. Thomas Shirley, Efq; Commiffary of ftores. Lieut. Power, (half-pay) Fort-Adjutant and Barrack-Mafter to Fort St. Auguftine.;. Rev. Ralph Church,-Chaplain. Robert Catherwood, Surgeon to the Hofpital. Lord Robert::Manners's regiment-wasto be-put on board the?Bell6na, Capt.' Elliot^ this day.or to-morrowi;at Portfmouth. : � A limited numtier 'of'�p.trlJHc' Pawnbrokers have lately1 'been lifcenfed'ih"'New-York,"ax a feittlediritereft'of 40 per, ceLnt. ; They writeftom^Spain/'.that ir> 'th'e^fjjace .of amonth, tj^cee.^rcj^iftqps,.^ed�-j^3ihat kingdom,, viz^,the '"Arstbiiljop, ef %u/ig�?�0the ArGhbifhop of Terragone* andthe-Afchbiihop -of Saragofla.  %-.>. -sv- .:.(-vt m vvj�-.3 -'Wfe hear frbm'-WlTtfliire, that,. o^H^me Hill, in Rovvwood ParkT: an.,eminence which commands a vie^bf^.i^gat'.^rt. p/^orth W^fhire. a 'vo$9l l^^fi^a^4"flofelfe}^au-fokum,. ^efigned^v^jfrJ^oberit .^da'm�iSiqj is nearly ,finiihed,3.and will foo�-b^fit icgre-iceive, the.remains of the ,late Jo\^�etty (otherwife Fitzmaurice) Earl of Shelbafne. Having often- refleftid on the diftr^a'^ate of feveral villages around, vyhofe irAf^lfants had no parochial' chtfrch .'tb^rWdrt to^or Mirrifter to peiferM-T,eiij^,.i'iQ'ffice^i,Mpng them, the place being $axt of.'ranpannent foreft�: To remedy*t|is; eVai^e,:;br^r^i^eath-bed, directed' that^i^?J^'aWs ^fftde-pofited on Home Hill, yi His Park, ajaa*$hed that a'Chapel mopJd^-|(e;ithere:,buil|drfi*athe' donyeniency. �f > the inhabjtaqtSfaiSRand. In conFequenqe.of vvhijJi:piousndefi?e> ^lilCpun-tefs Dowager, Maryi*daughterjiosthokue . Horu^.'Colonel WilHam'JStzmavjrice/^itjilther ; to Thomas late Earl of Kerry, jhathyen^efyy' 'at her own expence, "erected thfsT |^^a|Muiri t6 his' memory; andis-carryingitrwlxjcu-tiqn a convenient and beautiful CKa|e.t;jjuilc with white hevvn ftone," equally ufe'i'^t^the fervices of religion, and. ornamental'.^!the' whole County. As _ her "Ladyujipi"'y�a|gs no expetfce to make this work perfect;' her" fon, the prefent Earl of Shelbume,, is,-pleafed to endow it, and fix a Chaplain thereint., t� Monday the perfon, who was detected on Sunday laft in attempting"!c, break sintej the houfe of Mr. George,. Broker on ;He?lborn-Hill, was examined before-the Sitting Alderman, at Guildhall;-when it appearing thdz he was diforderedin his fenfes, he was remanded  back to the Compter, where he. had not long been before he attempted to' hang. himTelf in his garters ; bwt he:-being difcOvered- iriithat fituation,'and-application beirig01m'ade to1 the Aldermair, he ;4as removed td;St^Ahdrew's workhoufe, where he-now remain's wi�h.little hopes of his rectivfery. *"'.? ;