Friday, May 11, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 11, 1764, London, Middlesex S E V E NT N G S'T Vol. Xiy.] From FRIDAY, May ii, to MONDAY, May 14, 1764. [Numb. 1067. Saturday, May 12. &0 n i) o n. 'HE y write from Frankfort of the iff, inftant, that the Ele&or of Bavaria has delivered in to the Supreme Court of Juftice at Wetz-lar, an ample proteft againft the executors of the laft , "Will and Teftament of, the 1 late Ele&or of Cologne, by which the fale of the Ele&or's efFe&s on the 14th inllantat Bon, which has been publickly advertlfed, is protefted againft. It is now faid to be certain, that Lord Give will "not leave England before the next General Court of Proprietors of India Stock is held, which is to be at Merchant-Taylors Hall on Thurfday next the 17th inftant; when it is not 'doubted but his Lordfhip, and every friend to the Company's interefts, will attend. The Parliament have granted a fubfiftence of 2s. 6d. a day to the J e fenior Chaplains of the Royal Navy, and 2s. & day to the next ^ {>ro\�ded they actually ferved his, Majefty tKe. pace of four years during the late hoftilities. It is (aid the Prince of Wales man of war, of 74. guns, now building at Milford-Haven, will, certainly be launched iu the month of Augufti and will, it is thought, be appointed a guard-fhip at the place where me is building.: A Meffenger is difpatched to Ireland with, the Bills lately brought from thence for, the Royal Affent, being pafied by the King ia-Council., " It is 'faid, rhat moft part of the. tallow in\-; ported from Ireland, fince the ports have beeir. v opened, Has been puifchafed by jfieacHand; Dutch agents, ;. . ' j&mtr-*'-' - - '-j ^am0^^^Wil'^m^m^o the Sons, of me-C^rgj,. was a Baiik jio�| of 401. from the Earl of jBafdwickei fhrougE the hands of the Lord'Bimop of Li$p6Jn, one of the Stewards for this year. � - Weheartnat Mr. Wilkes's friend, who was to be- his lecojid at Paris, in theaffair between him: and'Mrl Forbes, is now id town, transacting fame bufiheis for Mr. Wilkes of great importance1.' Henry .Grame, Efq; (brother to Colonel Grajme, the Queen's Secretary) late Captain in Stewart's regiment, and who had his arm broke and was ocherwife muchwounded at the battle of Minden, has 1 ately been preferred t^a-companyof invalids, doing duty at the iflaiid of-Scilly. . -Alexander Dunn, who has for fome time been' confined in'the King's Bench for threa^ tehing the:life of Johft Wilkes,-Efq; is removed from thence by fome of his friends to. a private fnadhcnfe,. On Wedr.efday laft his T&ajeffy's moft gracious pardon was" fent to the $e'w Gaol, Southward, for Charlotte Fraziej,Avho was con-vifted and 'ordered to he'tradfp'ort'ed at the laftKlngfton afiir:-s. . "", . ' One. of 'the mcirni ng papers of Satu-re^y; i n-"forms us, that or'Wednesday morning one Mrs. Wells, cc si",j 'to tew:; from Greene wrch, was flopped on BVa'>;h.e;i:h by a fellow dp-Tci like a fttilpr,'vvK . robbed her and b.-; Hiile-buckles : be-: he ;/.;: 'with no g-c:;t^r begging of him not to take, and even ftrugi-gling to defend, the inhuman villain, with a large clafp knife, cut her finger off, and told her, that was a rew ard for iier obftinacy. The woman's; ihrieks ahrming a confederate of the robber's, who waited at fome diftance> he inftantly came up, and feeing what was done, curfcl ills companion in the heartieft manner for i") unneceiiary an aft of cruelty, and obliging him to return whatever he had ftript her of, bound up her band in a filk handkerchief, and put a. couple of guineas in her pocket, towards defraying the expences-of a Surgeon. Ambrofe Old, who afew.days ago was taken up and committed to the, Raund-hdufe at Deptford, for forging; feveralfallors wills, took adofe of pbifon while he continued in the cage there, and died within a few hours after. Yefterday one* of the workmen belonging to Mr.,Nixon, the Carpenter of! London-Bridge, fell off the Aarlings into the-Thames, and was drowned. drcTca of feven fYl! lines ing oir'rfc';^:l tiut bc'oty, hc'dcci.radcJ hi TWifr* Editor ofLtoxv*s Evening Post. Sir, In thefe atrabilarious James, I would facrifice a few minutes io laughter; and the two following anecdotes, taken from a letter of Baron Bjelfeldls, dated London, I hope your readers will think pretty laoghable. T<tvo Antedates oft/it fan. oxs Mr. H e y d eo c E r. " npHIS Heydeggeris a very extraordinary JL perfon; tho' born amidft the mountains of. Switzerland, ih the greateft fim^li-|i city of manner^, he had naf p^ooeDiiiy, \s&&i andincj -a^fptcndid;div�&n^, wM thefe endawtn arid honoured with /the familiarity, of the chief Nobility. Beingonoe at^Aipper,in very. high company, the1 converfattoo^fell on the ^excellencies of the feveral European nations, ! and particularly ttibick'mi^kt /etfsid, in general, to have the mrji 'Wit. The pyinjoai were divided between the Italians, French, �and Englilh. After fome fhor-Sj, jfprightly altercations, Mr: Hey^egger belitg.atk.ed whic'ti Rethought, anfwered, without'a.ny paui�, is Switzerland: This occaficnedfevera! burfU of laughter. The old Blade, however,'went on in:this manner ; And I pro^e iky dtcificn thus : 1 am a native of Sivitzer' England nvitb Jcarce a Jmiiing, he laid a considerable wager with the Earl  Are not thofe men who infringe,the fnire*-__________ dom of Parliament enemies Ui we^CoitAiciji- "J "'jrp,r.. It a*�^lw*^eme compliance wttH all ^m,��8��~^*'-' *nd a11 ffleafuresis'the only te/xure&c itveuid 1iave P^Bch a M-' of P-- holds' a commigJa** 1 - * in the army; can that Parliaineritbe frw.) * Did not attacks on the Liberty of Pailia-ment, give birth to the Civil War I . , Can this be fbrgpt ? Have not thoJe hands laid the-axe to th& very root of Parliamentary Freedom, w^ic)| occasioned the difroiffidnbf two G-r~ 0-**-*" from his M-fervice? _ , ; Can Englimrhen forgive this ? $viut _ Ntrfolk, Grem Yurmiutb^Mayt, 1764,'. ^PHE SEA BATH^5 were opened:- �*� this Day. Thefe ffath^, for Convenience Elegante, far exceed any Thing 'of their Kind iof lingUnd. The Water from tfcc Sta-fe contuiua)ly^ through theln during the whote 'linJe'of Euihiiif,. ' ' Thireivill bean Afiembly once a Week, and Cari Alu-mf )i,es twice a Week as ufpui. Convenient Loggings will be.provided, by applying' in the Bath-KctpuiS. , ' . __� Ibis Day is ^ubltp.'cd, 1'riuJ.iS.-'  ' ind�jiry% I fnd means to get f-oe tbovjana ayiar-\ nay, andJ*jj�&n'd the -^j'cic-'z.x^W> / **M':f.H n"'fi ' t9 go and to the-like iri'S-ivfxerJmd.- - J hen Uir.ujt be grant- 'fidthat, in feint cf'-v.it, Bah he ,.,... ,. aietdoes. hn En- gl-p:inai:.~-Bah however liberal nature-may have been to hi. H is the fir 1 irigr.tlii!; to ioke on it ana once l L-ts Lluy is put'tij.. Sii, , I:i .i r.cai Pocket Voluir.e, Pri^e 25. 6<1,hound, The SU'OND'EDITION ui' ^TWELVE SERMONS vpon ie- versi Occaiifins : Aifothree Odes, I. TuLiber- M"o Truth Kon. ami R .On the Day oi Juiigmr �v. "vv'Ai/J'c'k SHiiCi.l- 'A- cU'i it l.oughrcj in ihe CoOr.lv -ci G.i!wav. rr'.;itca fc-r J. Joiin'.sti, ofpeite th-i i'.ioa-iinin:. A. B. ix'iivf Halt] cr.nr.]

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