London Lloyd Evening Post, June 18, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

June 18, 1764

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Issue date: Monday, June 18, 1764

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Previous edition: Friday, June 15, 1764

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 18, 1764, London, Middlesex ST. '^m^OKDAY, J&^ilfe'tji ^PNESIJ^T* June 20. 17^- .: .'. [Numb., 108.3. ..>3f U E S D A Y,j3t�^}9. y^vere * fuptforted;; When mi ^Efillan^ fro* ^ Mary's: -^nv^purfe: A:;gVeatnumber of the^W^l^erfed in theCulture, of .lsro't}. pf otheWfi&s&ny iUtf. , � , - ��BriMiJ&it 16.'Yeltei-day.tlie a^ughter'of Mr. Aylmer, Wine-Copper inT^prnasritreet, died ral^n^^aiS;. Pccafibned/b^'. the./blte of an enrageocati' Some time"fihce'adog^-anda; cat {which1 jyas-X'- favourite one) being fighting, fhe rci^^^Ve^;t(i'Tj^t:;.thre^:)ijia'by .that Toeans-refceiyed theMe;/- 'Tlfe 'father, feariAgithe-confequences] applied to. a Phyfi-cian for an arifcJdote, who gavV.her fome.medicines; ^fwitlmateling which,{he was feized ^nTiderab.l^da'rWage On'Soar.d'pKe'RamiJJie^ mani'Of-'w&r:  a- ball of  fire was ob/erved to vfall en the -fore'itpjpV, which mjve/ed in pieces tnetfotea^d fore^iipimafts, top^galfeftt-yardj be^t^bivn i^^'nteni^olie of whom is,ih gria� danger) kil$S: a'dbg, and had jt'.rtqt teenTor thjb heavy rain at tMfame time, the rigging^ &4.; w&uld-Very probably have been fet on fire. G^e.at'x^m-agB'Wa'S d;pheto XFaTmer at XTppe r 0f"lfe,his barn .being almpft beat down, and ferfcral- trees/fplit afunder At Shinglewejl, farmer Price had three men beat down- by the fightmng, oneof whom was killed on tfee fpjot, and- his clbathsi;er.tirely burnt. Abput,the .feme time; the lightning entered. th^-.Ggar^-j Houfe at ,GiIlingham-l�.ortj'; which" J>roksr a, large J6oking;:gla(s, and did othex cojnfideFable 7~~L~(F~Nf: D O N.-' ' ^ * Lord CHve-Kas not the ftendrnj? yank, of M^r-General in' the armyi tut' ,4,bre,vet, giving him the ran,lc. of a -Major-General in * theT.aft-Indfes 'only, whibh.beArs.--aate.jhe mhbtMay. .> f .lifts Rfa^eftyhas given the rank of Brigadier "General, "in'>the; Baft-indies only,, to Major SThomas AdarriSy-of: Col. Coote's regim'pn't, . which-beat^'the fame-date as I^rdXlilve's "Brevet;''- �./,��..'�>�'' Major jqhn.Carn&f Ig|ies-fhly>.an^'ta|jes rank fre Bng^die'r MSP05ftl- Adams's, v Ma/. .,� - .. Roderick Gwynne, Efq; is appointed Lieu . tenant-Go venioF of the town. ."awjgairifori .of . ^. -. .j., w -�. . . i?\, :. ,---...... - BetivJiclciiupoh,Tweed, in. the room of the Hon-.jMaj6r-Gen..Barringcon, deeeafed. > ;.Qn;Su.nday morning Governor Grant went :on bcwKdiheFeruitiloop, Capt. Bremer, for Florida. laitj 2o#Doaacresof land.in. the provinces of |, Aaadia-iiidi New. Scotland,; between the two xivf&rs.-oi; St.. John and :&t. (Crofs, wherever it^wiH^be^more^ agreeabfclto him to fettle a ^colony;:and.:tri build a-city for commerce, WhichiWili be called by the Colonel's name, StuBj�eUtoHz.g,, and which", he is to.fill with ar- ^tficeiicsiahd: traders that he has .brought with rhwrii  [ji^Gapt-Ricepiif the..flrip.Captain, who. arrived at Liverpool the 13th inft. fpokeon the ,jqth of -May, -260 leagues whb�h^r, ^ear.three flftn^d, 'iii;^lgh]tV tpr'ji from ibfeViie^pje 'c(^ate over'. t^Ealreti.d Pf'the churchy anicaft^RWV.the 1 roof_pf a fipu(6 belo|igi4g tsMr. P4f^ $wprd'-1 hilrf-^ftai:^ i^,Bj:ide-fa6ei Q'Providejntialily | ;b�^)hajtte'|Ffti Severalplace^^fi the fleeple are^acked^and ': there is as large a heap of r^bbifli in th& upper ! pait ofh~t''zsifzpuinber-oFMaFo^s,ih^;peep at. wort fork week Happily, howeyer^ np : Ifves'^wifelpft: In the evening the. Churchwardens and principal inhahit,4Ptsih'adame^ ing, in .'which it was agreed :to~,employ twp { abkr;S�rVeyors to taketh^"m*oft neceJJary mea- fures on theoccafion; and to difcontinue divine fervice till tHey were aiTured there was np roomffor;any.fUrthe-r apprehenfions. . ' " ; Atthe Tame ^tinie the^ chimney of Andrew Napper,-Efq; in EfTex-ftreet, Strand, was fplit by theJightping, and.the houfe untiled in' a fu rp rizing manner: 'the chi m nies. of tw0 0trjer houfes on the oppofite fide of the llreet were beat down, and the houfes partly unroofed, but none of, the inhabitants were, hurt.-The horfe&ih a Gentleman's carriage took' fright in Gray'srinn-lane, and beat down the ferva'nc that was on horfeback before, who was tramp -led to death. A large itone from the corner of the bury-ing-ground, at the bottom of Gray's-Inn-lane, belonging to St. Andrew's; Holborn, was "beat down by the violence of the lightning* and fplit in two ; one part of which' fell upon, a Milk-woman paffiug by, and wounded her in fuch a manner, that fhe was carried tp the hofpital with little hopes of recovery; the other part flew twenty yards off", and wounded another wo/nan in a very terrible manner. Mr. Bilfbn, a letter-carrier, had both his legs terribly burnt, juft after he had entered the Grecian Coffee houfe, in DevereuX-court; arid, all the Gentlemen in the room were very'much alarmed, but luckily no other mifchief was done. A young.woman, coming along.Iflington |" fields, had one fide of her face torn in & mi-fer^ble manner-- , . .. ' .', A tree in Hyde'Park was alrhoft Ihiyere'd to pieces; a ftack of chimnies fell down i,� Tyburn Road; and ^many young trees,i� bout Bromptbn, Chelfea, and Renfingtojp, were entirely deftroyed. We hear fromDover, that one of theGtlar-dians to a Kei.-tilh Lady who lately eloped, hearing fhe was gone thither to etnb.ar,k; ft'r [France, purfued her laft Sunday, and teiraj informed that fhe had Walked with her Sgarjc /towards the Hill, he fpnt federal perfpjijsjo "find her, wiiich could, not be 9&e$#A.& bat 'about one in the morning, inftead .ofs'Alfe yojun^ Lady, fought after, .'anofcher^oPuple' in the lame AircujnitaRces, from Cuc-kfield m S.ufTex, wei e.fcund near a4>lacecalledlLtt^|efs-.Ghurcb^ and conduced into tqwri r burbei& brought before the faidGentlelnj^jLweiCduk charged, the Lady not? being-the :p^rfdh;fie ivan ted; -a nd the couple em bar feed fo'J- ^ftjhee 4bpin af)er. ... _ .... ', ..\". | -r 'Laft-Saturday nighty;. as fom& jourrieylmen ^rickbyei*-a6d-L^i�^'-':were-:3r^kiB"^y a>R; aleh'oufe in Orchrfrd^reet, 'WteftrnJnfte>? -vv^rds arofe between one o� the :| enteriqgrJiis fhep-door, wias Afij^f with a fit �f apoplexy, and di;d iaftantly/'-l [Price Two-pence Halfpenny.} ;

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