London Lloyd Evening Post, April 13, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

April 13, 1764

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Issue date: Friday, April 13, 1764

Pages available: 8

Previous edition: Wednesday, April 11, 1764

Next edition: Monday, April 16, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 13, 1764, London, Middlesex r!> � ft, r""i *r. * -rr t? *t . - �� r /\ f t iX d. V vi 'i '-i i O vi- Vol. XIV,] From FRIDAY, April 13, to MONDAY, April 16, 1764, [Numb. 105^. SATURDAY, April 14. A M E B. I C A>. > New-York, February 27. /g^E&DATrtiorillngCapt, Mag'ee failed for Drogheda: Three Indian men are gone in the faid veiTel, and ai-ei bound for a term of years to Hyam Myers, in order to be exhibited, by way of {hew, in the different parte of:England, Scotland, and Ireland. %Xtraa&#W*falaJlAlbany boft. *" SifWiiHam J^Hnfon has lately lent out a party; confilHng of ^ear 200 Indians, of the well-difpofed natSc-iis, 'accompanied by Tome, 'Rangers, aijd prbjper officers, in order'to Jcutt !b#tfieMiknsrof IheUr&t yilfaj&ebir^efti'o,! ~mtf%kii&' difcoyered the. grea'teft' "iriyeftracy -lira* f� _;ifki . ,=i .sSrf^i^j'iftS' ^airifi/the'EfiglifH,, and eojftm^d 'firIt 'ftoftiiities. /Ttos party is Mt^ajt&bipro-"ieW aga'iriiti foifl&,i&^^^;^;p^ware villages', and, from the ajac'riiy whic^nr' In- country. We he'ail^Wifethe're are teyeral other parties prepaMbgr^ |o- upon the like fervice j WH'ch^ ij5^s's3^eifted? will find^the deftrbyers of d&Fr^s|�|^tubi&ej^$ insufficient work at hom^W^lffil.thie deltruEuon of many of them.".' ~V " .'  '..\ . Bofton, February ^' Mo^ay^aft, a very general meeting] of, tneu; Freeholders and.other infcalp^&iC $>S. *P'?'*b 1{ was voted unammoi$y:~that ,'the thanks of [the town be given ;to ut|ve^ey. .Mr. Qeprge "Whitefield, for his .chantabje care an,d pain? in cplle&ing a ccmftderable'lum pf/mpney in Great Britain, for the, benefit of the^iftreffed fufferers by the great fiVe infBoiton, .171^.77 Ar\d a refpeftable Committee was appointed to'wait on Mr. WhitejBeid,"'tp inform biinfpf theybte, and prefent^un' -wjm a copy .thereof; \vhich .Committee, waited upqn him accordingly, and received the following anfwer: j ' " Gentlemen, '* Xhis.vote of Thanks for; fo fmall ah in-Hance of my good vyifi to-Bpfton, as it was entirely unexpected, quite furprizes me.-Often haye'l been much concerned that I could do no more upon fuch a diilreffing occafion- That the Redeemer may ewer preferve the town from fuch like melancholy events, and fanftify their prefent afHi&ive circumftances to the fpiritual welfare of all its inhabitants, is the hedrty prayer of, Gentlemen, your, ready fervant, in our common Lord, George Whitefield." L 0 N D O N. The following change in the Miniftry at Versailles has lately taken place; the Duke de Praflih and his fon have refigned ; and the Duke de Broglio and his brother, with Cardinal Bemis, are to be employed. Madame de Pompadour is faid to have loft her influence. . The Houfe of Commons is adjourned to Wednefday next; and we hear that his Ma-jefry will go to the Houfe of Peers on Thurf-day, and put an end 10 the Sc&ons. 603 601 S92 592 584 580 562 ,554 Yefterday the Right Hon. Baron Bbttetourt; took the oaths and his feat in the Houf� off Peers. On Wednefday came on at Norwich, the election of a Kmght of the Shire for the�)un-, ty of Norfolk, in the room of the R�s Hon.14; Townmend, when Thomas De Grey, Efq; brother to the Solicitor General, was chofcn without oppofition. The following are the numbers the feyeral Gentleman had on the ballot, who were not ele&ed Directors of the Ealt-Ihdia Company at the late Ele&ion. Thpfe marked f, were in the Houfe Lift, and thpjfe *, w,ere in the Proprietors Lift. * �dwkrd fioiden Cruttenden, Efq; f Thomas Waters, Efq; f William George Freeman, Efq; f Charles Gough,Efqj f George Hayley, Efq; * Fitz-Williams Barrington, Efq; * Samuel Harrifon, Efq; * Richard Becher, Efq; * Thomas Saunders, Efq; * Luke Scrafion, Efq; * John Pardee, Efq; * Thomas Allan, Efq; 3 wfech't!iiy yer^ffemerti, it" ^duld^Have^p^'y^rei^s, andmany pther^pqq^peppie from, coming, long jougniejs pn great expectation when-tfee*r^&- tnatqt 2p,.'his:fhOulder3.Ia pe'rforiileok^n'g�6fli of theBake*>; when a little' b^VaWfouid^ii i his bafke'tWiththre^Haft;- all ofMeh^Kal; [Price Tw>pence Halfpenny.] O1 Ft W� .,0: F OjR DW;A-n' CJg. Ordnance, fa fatty&*iiMttKt*MrflJii& �er-fans as art lAiillrngto. fupplytbis Qj^te^at^Wtol' s�)isU The Iflcurnkeptiinuft be 0)$,, or in aDe,elin�,'.:.M Purcbafe is wanted for a Peribn nejir

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