London Lloyd Evening Post, June 8, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

June 08, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 8, 1764, London, Middlesex S EVENING POST. Vol. XIV.] From FRIDAY, June 8, ro MONDAY, June ii, 1764. [Numb. 1079, SATURDAY, June 9. War [aw, May 21. N the 17 th the affair of the r^&i*J. Pf&teftants was brought on ^g^s^n the carpet, which was con-n .e* fented to his Majcjiy, on Monday la/:, 6y Mr. Arnold, cf De-vereux Court, -remph Bar. The movement complete is z dwts. 2 grs. and an 8th of a grain. Great wheel and fulee, 2 grs. 3-4ths. . Second wheel and pinion, 3-4-ths ofa gr. Barrel and main fpring, 3 gr. and an half. Third wheel and pinion, a gth part of a gr. Fourth wheel and pinion, a loth part of a gr. Cylinder wheel ana pinion, a 16th partof agr. Balance, pendulum, cylinder, fpring and collet, 2-^ds of a gr. The pendulum fpring, 300th part of agr. The chain, i -half or agr. Barrel and main fpring, 1 gr". and 3 qrs. Great wheel and rotchet, \ gr. Second wheeland pinion, 7th part of a gr. Third wheel .and pinion, gth part of a gr. Fourth wheel and pinion, 9th of a gr.  Fly wheel and pinion,'17th of a g-. Fly pinion, 20th part of a gr.  Hour hammer, 1-halfof a gr. Quarter hammer, i-halfof a gr. Rack, chain and pully, j gr. and !-3d._ ' Quarter and half quarter rack, 2- ^ds ofa gr. The quarter and half quarter in-ail and cannon pinion, 2T;ds of a gr. ' The all or nothing piece, i-half of a gr. Two. motion.wheels, 1 gr. Steel dial plate with gold figures, 3 gr. apd a  half. .Thehour fnail and ftar, i-half of a gr. and the 16th part of a gr. TheJize of the watch is fomething lefs than a filver two-pence j it contains one hundred .and twenty different parts, and all together . weighs no more than c, dwts. 7 gr. and 3-4-ths. Vefterday a caufe came on, in the Court of Common Pleas, Weflmin iter-Hall, before �Lord Chief Juftice Pratt, wherein Mr. Blacki-fton of Covent-GaFden was Plaintiff, and a � Gentleiran, wh is iiyled a Buck, Defendant,  for ah-affaul'tagainit'Mr; Blackiiton in his own houfe j when a verdict was given for the plaintiff, with 200I. damages. Thurfday was held, at Kingston church, in Surry, the.primary viination of the Right Rrv ' the Lord Bifhop of Winchefter. for that tijo-  cefe,when the feveral parifh officers, be! -jn-gi:�;-t� the fuid diocefe, were Iworn in, ana a c-.n-  fiderable number of Midlives and i>\-(tf�ui, , were fumr'noned to appear before his L..rd- fhip, his Commillary or Surrogate1, to exhibit their licences, purjuant to, a very ancient law  made for that purpofe. We hear that Captains Alexander Haye and Broadltreet have each obtained grants of 5000 acres of land, on the Dartmouth fide of Halifax, in Nova Scotia; on which it is faid .there are valuable coal mines chat will turn cut to large account. We hear  hat the Nubility and Gentry, who have left off giving vails to Tenants in private families, are come to a reibiutiou n'-t to give to the waiters at taverns or e: ffee-houfes tae; frequent, as their matters can amply arrora to give fulEcient w.tges kr the genlecielt attendance. Thurfday morning a man larding out cf a fh'p m.ar the CiiKom-houK, .with a ioai under his arm, which he itemed to pick with the great: " ui.-coucem, was obierved by an ofiicer, w'.. , impeding icme contrivance under io apparent an eafinef;-, Hopped'him, and took hold of the loaf, which immediately came afunder, and dikovered, to the great joy of the officer, prohibited lace to the value of near 50CI. with which' he walked off, de-firing the unfortunate fmuggler to keep the loaf for his breakfafb > On Thurfday an information on oath was made before a Magistrate, by a foldier in the foot-guards, of 16 men who have frequent meetings in a room hired by one of ihem, where they commit the moil unnatural crimes, upon which warrants were granted for apprehending or them. Two of tnem were taken that night, and fecured in V\ eitminfier Gate-houfe ; and yeiierday the officers went in purfuit of the reit. Yeiierday a Country Farmer, charged cn oath with cnu-lly beating and maiming his wife, was brought to the New Gaol in Southward. Three of the felons, who are committed for footpad robbeiies, found means to pick the Faimer's pocket, of a confiderabFe-fum.of money in gold" and (liver, a great part of which was recovered; on a complaint, to the Keeper, the villai- s were well fecured, to prevent their being guilty of the like crime for the future. Yelterday Margaret Current and Dorothy Crerne were committed to Newgate, by the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, charged on oath of Mr Parker; Butcher, in the IVhnories, for threatening to pull down his houle, and burn him in the middle thereof, fwearing to have his life, and otherwiie menacing ;.nd threatening him. Morgan, who was apprehended this week at Shiewfbury, was condemned for a highway tobbery about two years fmce, and confined in a room in the Prefs-yard at Newgate at th$ time the fire happened there, and was very near being fuffocated before the Keepers opened the door of his apartment; during which he had worked fo hard, from the dread of being burnt, as to break a hole through thf wall of his room with a fmall piece of iron belonging to his grate. He was afterwards reprieved for ti asportation ; fmce his return from which, after robbing a Gentleman of a : :large q uar> tity ot plate, he. weut intcGutter-lane to a Croldfmith's. {afterhis perfon, name, and elite, were advertrfed,) to lock at fome aigrets i'ir a Lady's hajr, one of which he bought; at the fame time, taking a fancy to a .'Xr -l buckle.^tor.t'hje.-btSaft, he was goingito buy i;, but did not chufe to part with a two guinea piece4 -oh whkhtheGc'ldjrnith trulkd to hip [Price '1 vvQ-pence H^lipcnny.J honour, from his appearance, for the payment, and let him have it with hi 1. ; whd; he called the next day, 'paid him lor the buckle, and laid oat two guineas n.ore.- His being t-akfn was owing to a rr.iUake cf the Wagoner, cr Sook-keeptr, not fending the p;ate, which he br d packed up in a box to go by ihc Shrc-vf-bury waggon, which, it leems, they had not r omfor i:. that itage. or was left by miftaka mi the warehoufe ; which oi-cafioned Morgan ;o write to know the reafon uf the delay ; and .u fighing the name of Mordaunt, the Bookkeeper, on feeing that name, was ftruck with us fimilarity to that of Morgan ; of which he mentioned his fufpiciens ; aud the w>-iuht of the box corroborating the lame, they went with the box to Sir John Fielding, who immediately ordered feme perfons ix.tn the inn, with fome of his own people, to $.0 wiih.the box to Shrtwfbur} in the nextlttg^, where they found Morgan, and took him before a Magiftrate. VVcdrrefday evening, about ten o'clock, as the fon of.Mr. Lan^iey, in Gloucefter-flr'er, Red-lion fquare, was fitting in the parlQur, he thought he heard a noife in the next room, and on going in, he faw a man who had biokd open a bureau; on which Mr. Ltngley feized him ; but the tdlow wourdea him in feveral parts of his body, and efcaped with aoout.  1001. in cafli. _ ... " Yefterday 21 prifoners were tried at the Old" Bailey, two of whom were capitally convicted, \i7,. John. Turtle, lor the wilful murder of Jofeph.Chambers j he jrtceived- liEntertcc immediately to be executed on Monday next.:, and John Lion, for Bigamy. Nicholas Mw: cabe, a Chairman, tried tor the wilful morC der of Patrick Smith, was fcund guilty ;of^ manflaughter. Eleven were calt for trahf-portarioji, Hnafeven' acquitted. i Yefterday Jeremiah Mofsj/who xstzi Ikislp itabbed by; nis wife in JacobVcburt^ GoW-crois, was fo well. recovered of. his1 wtiunds,, as to go out of St. Bartholomew's hofpitaL t) 1 vioknns to be rriaai /c'Credji ois., J�lj 7; WiMiara Partridge, lite of Coventry, hut now of Wood-ftreet, Loadcri, Ribbonrweay'er4. William Kowtun, late 'oil hames- jlreet, }Jmr- don, Viftualler. Certificates to be granted. Jun� a^- Thomas Eooth, of Caftle-fireeti Mid4ZeI iathe Afternoon of the fame Hay,, A Freehold Farm, confiiting pf a Dwelling Koufe, Barn, and. Ou:-b�ildings, with.. an Orchard aridi2 Acres of Land in feveral Clofes,. in. the Panfo of Reigate, of the yearly Value of'14!.' to, be enured upon at Michaelmas, nett: uticUr the ufuali Terms. For Particulars enquire of Mr. Broughioni-afeR�igat^i, (whowill fttwihe Premiffes;) of Mr. Thowas heath, of Sheer.e, near Guiluford.5 or of Mr, Bleamjre^ Attorney, in Gray's-inn.  . N.'B. Divtrsother MeffjiageSj Farnjif,.and L^suis, in> the Neighbourhood of Reigate and Qorkin^^p; tojbe.-fold ;by. Mr. Broughton, by whor.i pUbg^RoUce, of. Particulars, and Tim.i;s, and Places of SpBJ^vfill lion � be given,  orliV'ilie.iMaaTime^C^asiny .1T<4A by prii-vate Treaty. ' - ;

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