London Lloyd Evening Post, June 13, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

June 13, 1764

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Issue date: Wednesday, June 13, 1764

Pages available: 8

Previous edition: Monday, June 11, 1764

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1761 - 1800

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 13, 1764, London, Middlesex ( V1 - m * l 4 \B ://nce is town, let his cuftomers know, that he paid fliort fighred, and it bcinj.- rhoueht vulgar to his fervants proper wagesand that their dif- �r,, r t _ j : - t ft  -a continuance of gi-ing vai!s to any attendants of the gardens, would be rather doing him a pleafur^than otherwife, being determined to removetnis difagreeable tax, fur the future, from thofe Gentl'i^en and Ladies who honour him with tleir company. On Sunday lait a traded nan in St. Sepul chre's p rifti was excommunicated in the pa-rifh church, for (landing in contempt of a citation,, for defamatory words, on a Geutl .woman his neighbour. Yellerday hii Majrfty's moft gracious free pardon came from the Secretary at State's Office to the New Goal in the Borough, for a youngs man copvifted for a highway robbery at the laft affixes, and he was rel afedoutof tnat goal in confequqnee of the fame. On Monday evening laft the fervaint of Sir Gharf& Hardy. Vice-Admiral of the White, hanged hi 1 gyle-ttreet. fo ^Editor of Lloyd's Evikino Post. \/fx?CH having been f$id, an I>4ncina* > mafter. . * � firrt floor, Sir Samuel Stately. Second, Capt. Blutter. Third, Marquis of Micabelle, from Ran* Mr.Jones,mailerofthe^ufe underground* Thus every one that could read* might fee . fure where to find whoever he ihuul^waut* and on the ftreef-door being opened gO-uv whoever he wanted vnfhpn ipeakingv f Ho^evep, I am aware this ltifem^ttiH vertake place, as many^people .JaMot.^ not w tit trouble&me fellawiJifikerthem; ^vho are infolent enough to leave their fheps an4 counters to difturb them with.iil sand pay* ments of moneys jwhich, Obi wot��s jjfr-tie in their intent at the time of contrawng, T a General MeMftgsf w Gifa* kmen -of10hfCdmfi\^ Kent ani 8*?rjti beta furfunniWpi^Wl^'Myind^ at W$fizt+. bunt* on the 'ttyb *f'Miy tdfij t* dvfedir of an Application tcy Pwliamtntftir & Twrnpikt from c Wrothdm Heath Tutiipifo in Kentf to Godaimi* iir Surryi if nvaj wnaiiimovfly Wjblwd^ that fofc Turnpike being made either ta God'ahiinor 6u?id~ ford, fione in the County of Surry, tie McnJ&yvtbe 25tb� of June Infant, at Elevenio'CJetik in tbeForewn* A'D VE RT 1&E.M ENT.. . MR- DE vOLTAIRH's Edifforv ^� of the WORKS of >iCO$�HLIF, wkte his Notes and Ccmmvntarics, isi Twelve Volumes* Oflavo, iflrgantly frintcd, any iHu^nd witir 3ft Copper-pla;cs moft beautifully enfravei* by .the be^ Matters, is this Day imported by Tv^ecket acd pr,'. A. de Hondt, Bookfellprs, at TuU^,- near1 Surry-ftreet in the Strand. . . J � ' t - ^ WEEKLY BILUJunex-C Chrift. fMa]csf J5'5f CMiW , < Females 14Z 1 Buried^ Ttm^ei T* (In all 2571 } Jn afi ' Decreafcd in the Burials this week i%<; Cafuahiexm. Executed 4. Hspgef herfctf i. KiCed hv a'KUijiJ andliy tUc Fillip of: a Baaiel x Oi&l&d'k;' ' ;