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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 27, 1764, London, Middlesex N Vol. XIV.] fcrom FRIDAY, April 27, to MONDAY, April 30, 1764. [Numb. 1061. SATURDAY, April 28. L O N -D O N. FSTERDAY was held a Court of Dirsftors of the Eaft-India Company, when a motion was made, that Mr. Spencer fhould be recalled from Bengal, and Mr. Sumner appointed in his room ; and after long^l debates, it was carried in favour of Mr. Sumner, i ^ to 7 ; upon which Mr. Sumner was called in, and acquainted with the retaliations of the Court; and we hear that he will fet out for that place in a-fhort time ; and next Wednefday a General Court will be held at Merchant-Taylors Hall, to .fettle affairs for Lord Clive's departure for the Eaft-Indies.-� Mr, Sumner was fomc time fmce in the Council at Bengal, and fincc that recalled home ; foon after which he was reinstated ; but before thofe orders reached the Eaft-Indies, was failed for Ejngland. The greateft part of the Eaft-India Company's ihips, lately difpatched from hence, have each 300 recruits on board. Yefterday the Prince of Anlialt-DefTau and Count Sanderileben, who have been here ibme time on their travels, took their leaves of his Majefty, they being ibon to return home. j 'J'he King of Sweden has appointed Mr. I John Reinhard Wye, a SwedHh Merchant at Leghorn, to be his Conful at that place. The Court cf Rome has, ccntrafted with a Merchant at Genoa, for io,cco muids of grain. Letters by the laft French mail bring advice, thatfeveral marriages of diftinSion were upon the carpet at Pansone of which was be- . 'tween the Prince de Conde and a daughter of j 'ftCl Duke of Orleans; and another of the . Ba^b^n'^ wt^i B. C. icoguinew, DukedeChrtrtreswithadaugluerof theDuke j p]ay or play ' "a%5C3thieVp# 'A u u ' vj ! /His RVal Kighnefs the Duke's Gift, 8ft. Madame Pompadour has bequeathed, it is . /aid, a diamond of immenfe value to the ce "Je"brated Voltaire, as a grateful M'ftimony cf j the fatisfaftion which fhe has frequently re- J ham's chefnutcolt; Lord Gower's filly ;' Sir James Lowther's brown colt, and Lord Grof-venor's colt, all drawn. Afweepflakes, hisRoyai HighnsfsthcDuke's colt, won ; Duke of Graft's grey colt, Lord Gowcrs colt, and Sir James Lowther's filly, wt. 8ft. 7I. D. C. 200 guineas, play or pay. Col. Parker's bay filly, Sit- 71b. paid forfeit againft Lord Bolingbroke's Pero, 8ft alb. B. C. 400 guineas, half forfeit. Sir John Moore's colt, againft Mr. Shafto's colt, won, wt. 8ft. iclb. B. C. 300 guineas. A fvveepftakes, Mr. Shafto's chefnut colt, won, Mr. Greville's g:ey colt, and Mr, Vernon's bay colt, wt. Sit, iolb. B. C. 300 guineas, half forfeit. Mr. Shafto's o\'!t, againitLordBolingbroke's colt, Sharper, won, wt. 8ft. iolb. B. C. 300 guineas, half forfeit. A fwe^pi"takes,DukeofKingfton's colt, Tyrant, Won, Lord Grofvenor's colt, and Lord Bolingbrcke's col:, Zanga, wt. 8ft. 71b. B. C. ico guineas, play crpay. Mr. Vernon's Cerctrus, gft. 71b. paid forfeit againft the Duke of Grafton's Difappoint- ment, wt* 8ft, iolb. B. G. 100guineas, play cr pay. S Wedwfday, April 25. ^ The Duke of Grafton's chefnut filly, againft ir James Lowther's bay filly, won, wt. Sft.jlb. B- C. 400 guineas, half forfeit. A fweepftakes. His Royal Highn.fs the Duke's bay colt, Sir J. Moore's bay colt, Lord Grofvenor's bay colt, Mr. Shafto's grey colt, Dyke of Ancafter's chefnut colt, I.d Gower.'s cok, Sir James Lowther's black colt, and Mr. Turner's colt, wt. iclt. B. C. ?co guiaeas, half forfait. Lord Grofvenor's bay colt, scdoft Mr. ceived from his writings. We are informeo, that an enquiry wih be j half forfeit made, at the next Court of Conrn an Council, j into fome .miftakes faid to be iu a city of- j Acer's accounts. ' j ' We are informed that the Corporation of \ London have lately recovered their right to a quantity of ground, which for many years they received no inepme from, near Akkatc. This ground, above an hundred years i:ncw\ s j 7lb%ajrai_nft the t)uke of Ancafter's Roman; " J paid forf. wt. 9ft. B. C. 700 guineas, pi. or p. A ftveepitakes Lord BciingbrGke's bay colt Spangle, Lord Rockingham's colt, and Lord Farnham's colt, wt. 8ft'. 7lb. B;C. 200 guineas. i t His Royal Hlghnefs the Duke's colt Star, againft Mr. Shaftoe's chefnut cole, won, wt 9ft. D. C. 200 guineas, half forfeit. . Mr. Wiidmarrs brown colt Granby, that wen F.pfom, againft Mr. Leatham's colt, that won Maiden, p. for. wt. 3ft. 71b. B. C. 4.0 guinc^ as, p cr pay, 1 bye, 6o forfeit. , r _ .t r ... 1 r � Mr. Buriv.:n's chefnut colt, Romeo, won, tney ,et to tne Beadle of Aldgate-ward for }.2g.un* Mr. Dou^iafs's chefnut mare, wt. 8ft. only 20s. per arm. but by the improvements j ^ C. ad gdineas, play or pay, 00 bye. made thereon, is now of confiderable more j ' � Y.due.' We hear that, amongft feveral other grants to divers perfons, Herbert Thomas* Kfq; of \ Rotherhith, has obtained a conftderable quan- 1 tity of land in the iftand of St. John, in Newfoundland. .. The Rev. Mr. Charles Kippa^c has refigned the leclurefhipof StJknnetFink. Newmarket > Tuejda^y April 24.. The 1200 guineas, wt. 9ft. R. C. cneheat. Duke of Ancafter's brown colt, -- 1 ^ir John Moore's bay colt, Duke of Devonfhire's colt, - 3 Duke of Grafton's chcf.iut filly; hisRoyai H:ghnefs the Duke's bay filly; Lord Rocking- 3:0 To ^Editor cf Lloyd's Evening Post..' Sir, Having not yet feen a tranilation of the following Epigram of Martial, fo fhort, and near to the original, as this I fend you, . itis at your fcrvice. Didymus. Dum dubiiai Natura tnar.m faceretnt putllami Fafttu esy 0 pukber, penc puellu, puer. Nature hn* pond^ringr fmock-fae'd Fribble,* whether She Soy or girl Ihou'd make, eJen made thee-' _neither, OKFICK OF ORDNANCE, rdfril 2j, 1764. // E Principal Officers cf ks Ma . r\.. j,______ 1 / 7 JeJIy j Ordnance do hereby give Notice, That en v uefday next they will be ready n recei-ve Propojals, at their Office in Old Palace Yard* Wejlminfter, and treat with.the Owners or Maf-" ters of Sipipsfor Freight of Ordnance $/?d Stet't#& the undermentioned Places,
ly, v^b^uVth'^ lc^ft Calculation, and wiih the greqtcft ja/s, Expediri'&n, sfnd= Certainty. Compiled for th'fe Ufe Q^teshauts, Cap-- tains, snd others, v.-ho pay or receive ^Freight oy Tvleafuremenr. Ey j A M t S BOYD E L L, Ship-Hu.fband, in Three Kin^-co^r^.-lKpiufcai^-ffj^et,-Aad is Jikevyife fold by any Boo^feHcr in Great�8n�" tain j to whom proper Allowance wOl fee nia4�>;.-* " Subfcribers Bopks.are now dttjivepag^ COURSE of EXC �.'#GK. Amft. 36 7 2|Uf. |M^I?- Dluo at fight, 36 3. Roit. 36 7. Ar.twtrp, no price Hamb. 34 11 2 | Uf. P-aris^ 1 day's date, -;o Ditto, 2 Ufa nee, 3c Eourdeaux ditto, 30. : Leghorn^ Getiaa, 47 Lilboa, ss & f, Porto, .58 4d^, Cadiz, be Price of Colo avd Sij-veh per Qilnse. x Cold in coin, 3I iSs 3d I Mexico, Ditto in bars, 3I \%% 3d 1 D^tto fmaH, Pil. j-c3 of eight, 5s 2d|' I SU# in ban fond Ditto fmal)> - $s 53 26I
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