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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 6, 1765, London, Middlesex Stockholm,- March 14. RE- R ericli ^S&- T4ie fet* nsSou- Prim* Frtdaie dam to appdimed the Baton Bernard Lewe, Ljeute-nam-General of foot^aaic^Cpmmdndanc at M^t(ritd% March ji* la oonfeqoer.cb of the af^f�^l�Bg ��mage of the Prince of 1 be Aftur iai, wjcfi ^r'Lancaster i .the Captain, two London* Tnere en, he brought to WednerdajrV witha^ of Bruirfrick is peffeftTy fecovered of tJW (H&*eriw� ar&ns Souc)r, a** ii confined to J�ardttWoy i fit of the gout, attended with a flight fever. . JfrH^nfasMV: : 'W^tt�Aj^ ao the; pirifli of St. Brtolph,' Kiihopfg��� �yfcaveri to appear Aprjl x i, >Q, ik4 M*y 18, at GniiJhaJl. Samuel Elmflej, > of Wake^eM, in the comity dfYnf*, -tight and Mercer, to appear April izy 13, f&M in Wakefield. Fr*ncis S^ex, qflfeft Hatn, in the county of Effex, Mwcliwt and Broker, to appear April i're- oun- Taylor and May 18, at the White Henry Chmperarjd Chevalier, alias Hcury valier, of Caftfe-ftreer, Lexctfler-iields, in the county oi^Miadlefer, Viftuaiter* io ap\ ^ April ax, 23, aridity *8, at Guildr half, Loiidofi. Jr*n Mayo, now or'late of the paxifli of St. George, Hanover fquate, in the county of Middle^ Ityder Merchant, to appear April 12, 15, and May iS, a* mdfaaff, London. Jofcph Wdmiftvt, now late of Cook's-edq*, Gamomxfc-^t/Loadon, Merchant, to appear April jta, 04, afld May x8, at Guildhall, London. Jacob Blades, of Darlington, ift the tounty palatine of Dtirhato, Grocer, to appejar April( *5,*andMay a, 18, at Gu�dbail, London. Dividends /a & tnadf to Creditors. May& *r Jafa* ^ fquare, London, Otfaflaor, *t Guildfaafl. May 1 John Lidderdafe the younger, late of Throgmorton - ftreet, ' London, Merchant, cers employed in the defence of the Hj vatmah> i*, that Don Juan de i^rado, CVi- I Vernorof the Havannah and of /he ii! vi ! of Cuba j the Marquis&^eal T�nfi^-W, ^fcmtwof t}^couodl of warj the (Joust fident declared to be unfir for tfiat employment for the fu;ure, on account was 2:,oco dollars on boaft^tv Con Carlos, of which only 6000 couldyae taken into the boar, for fear,of nicng it, * Latota&iibn has been fent to the Adrat- iai y UstxU %eJas tiuu^ihjB 18th part the fhip * y,' boukKl' fi�om ^London 10 .m -biUall^ Having totft^ted^ the g'TOmi, in ve; y d*rk, rainyt thick wealher, +tti$ peuplc -auetnpr�d to land by thfc boat, bu :he violence of the feaprevented therif; and upon the fail of the ik'e the dried, when wiejf touna themleives upon tlie main on the LuKoluftnie coaft, at North S&hmer-coats, Jncar theHumber mouih, within the Sand tlal 5 and upon examining the wreck, they found about five feet lofs of keel, the leuns iftgw to ralk ruprure mutt inevitably ude place fmn^vbrrt. � When the kit icrters K-rre w�verf fc^ Qt^ec, there u-'as a repnn that fbor perfoo, of tome note in diat province, wonld vetf mobi-% vifo England rbis Aimmer in �ons. ^ . The Durch luve forbid a-new the export*. tin,, of barrels, barrel. U-ves, and every other nect-ituy for fijhing, which tncy jorm^ly med ro export without reftrieTion to foreiaa inar^ets.  ^ are affn/fd, rhar a foreigner is arrive* here ftorn Germany, to gire evidence aetx [!Ti_ln .� ^ ^ TSWofr importance, relatwfe t0 ibp.e arWtr:a:y a:Ki nnprtcerfemeJ proceedings, which haw long been the ukIc 0f converurion. . x We �e ifiSrm-d the intended repairs of So- merfer-houfe are laid nfidc, a defigj 1T A: carpet topiJJ down the whoje buildin-, which is robe ek-gantly-conflrdeled on a 1K4' plan at the pnvate etpenceof a gre.t perfon^e. Judge Alton is arrived in town from Ireland and next term xvi J J rake his fe.r in r^, ' j rudder beat off, her fore-groundaone 10 the 3 ^;he ,r pJank,. and very leakv. Denifo, , who has ,e6gnetI. room and*Mayi8, at Gniklhail, London. T �"^"c"1 'u'.u,c� ."u ^uu'" Srin5>S,l�;. .lias rknrv Che-. ^f hl? u'anc of. �aftnude jn minuting the plank,, and very leaky. ^ Hia Majeity has appointed John Perryn, Genu to be a Lieuienaat in the 14th regiment of foot, in the room of Lieur. Thorn-l�ii!j and alio Robert Mackenzie, Gent, to be Quaner-raalter to ihe4jd regiin'eut of foo , in the loom of Quauer-maiker Hall, Wiu, :e5gued. feveral proceedings of the faid council. Cad/zy March 5. Letters from Gibraltar advife, that the King of Morocco is going to declare war againlt the Danes. Paris Too ' j March 25. it has fixed It is allured that the the numi^fr of our govern mej foot foices in time of peace, to be 93,470 men, including the 24,^76 that are employed to defend our colonies in Afia, Afi ica, and America. Montpeliery March 2,6. The adventure of the young Portfaix has been the cccaiiun of ie?Olle&ng one more extraordinary, which happened about fix months;fihce. A boy about eight or nine years of age, feeing his filler attacked'by this terrible' beait, oppofed t^|,nMuai wijrji iaoedible valour, took his from him^ and phit biiW*o flight But itit account of this marvellous action is followed by one Hill more wonderful, morning the L3dy of Anthony Y'-t*1^, 1 a^ fjfely delivered of a daughter a> i.iw .J^ijctal Poit-odice. Lait -eek died, ac his fear-at Dumbleton in Gli.uceiiv.r.'nire, Sir Robert O-cks, Barr^ ^y wiit a ucjh an eita*e of upwards cf 3.-ooJvj/er a., u.a defceuds to Jonn Cocks, tfq; of-Cai^rucn, in the coun y **f Here-fw:a, nej�.i.;w and iteir to Loid Chancellor On. rnurfday iaft died, ar her houfe in Great I i.ciKicld-itreer, Mrs. Anne Edwatds, Spt.'utw, uder to the late John Edwards, �fq; Secrcuuy to the Levant Compatjy, and* neaiiy reiated 10 John Edwards, of ' Highgate, tfq; and Thomas Edward* Free- Lately died, ar P�Ilinc Cotrr, n-:ir C0;r- bridge"in GLmoigaiiftire, *S�\ abowr 102, rhe Kev. Mr John Deere, duny yeurs Clupl.:in i;i rhe roy.J navy5 in the reign of Q,cen Anne, during which he was preftfut at rhe fiege of Altanr, Portcnahou, . and Gibralrur, and ac moll ot the nuiiury^iaval tnoiLftions of tb.t period. , We hear from Branlton in Rutland, thac there is now in char pariih an ewe, which lut bad feven Jamf,5, uil alive, wirhin left than a ye*f. AJlur is remarkable, rhe ewe dots no: weigh above i4hi.ntiuarter> when far. (furviving partner 6t John Watfon and Alex- J concerning a woman who defended three GENERAL POST-OFFICE CE F.E R4L Per fins concerned in th m. arzs*mJbU*M* - - - � to the faid Penalty. ^ / By Command of ike Ptffmafier General Anthony Todd, Secrete/^ man, of backviiie-Ureer, Efqj On Friday laitdied, at Wellwyn in Hen g'eat and good man, tue Kev. Dr. Young. Sundahy morning died, after a lingering illnefs, Mr. Thomas Gardner, an eminent ander Cairnes) at Guildhall, London. May J*>hn Gardnei", of Qmldford, in the coumy of Stnty, lanholder, at the Bufh Inn in Farubam. / April ^9. ^ohn BeJI> of the city of Nor ivich, Woirflen draper alid Mercer, at Sanders Cof-fee-boufes in the parifli of St. Peter of Mau- croft, Norwich. May x. Thomas Twells and Thomas Porter, late of the town and county of the town of Notringhani, Hollers and partners, at the Black Moore's bead in Nottingham. April 2.9, Robert tioulton, of the city of Rrif-tql, Grocer, at tlie Houfe of Richard Win-penny, in Corn-ftreet, Briftol. May 1. Robert Taylor, of the parifh of Saint Giles in the Fields, Li the county of Middie-f?x, Grocer, at .Guildhall, London. Certificates to he allmtd. April 17. . Jofeph Brooke, now or late of Saint James, Clerkenwell, in the county of Middle fex, Leatber^dreflfer. of her children againft this bealt j among ? Printer facing St. Clement's chuich in the other efforts which fhe ufed, fhe is faid to Sirand, and one of the Uurgedes of the have beftrided the beaft, and to have done Duichy Court of Lancalter. other incredible feats. The itory is fo tedi- ; The city officers have been extremely vi- ou$j and withal fo marvellous, that, had gilanr, for fome days pait, in viii;ing and we time to-translate the whole, we are ap- \ examining the meal area of the tublicans in prehenlive our readers would not thank us for our trouble. LONDON Sunday his Grace Dr. Dru of York, Lord bifhop mond, Arch- High Almoner, preached before their Majelties, and molt of the Royal Family, at the Chapel Royal j after which their Majelties received the Sacrament from the hands of the Bffhop of London, Dean of the Chapel, aflilted by the Sub-dean. The ufual offerings weie made. On Saturday evening his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland arrived in town from his feat at Windfor \ and on Sunday 1 i 1 h 1 i h I the different wards thirty-two of whom have had their decanters demolilhed, and paid the penalty preicribed by law for uling the fame. Saturday laft, about five o'clock in the evening, a Bricklayer's labourer, by appearance, was taken ill in Newport-market, fac down on the itep ut a door, ana in a few His SONS of the CiERU Y. HE Rehearsal of the Music ^4,e F^A5TQ^heSONS of the v. 1. a R G 5T, will he ac St KuA UdtalnJ oji Tuefday cl:e 7rh, and the featt, at Merchant Tayior s Hall, on liwrfdjy the oth of Aiav 0 f STEWARDS. 7' Eail Gower , Rcv. Newton Cle Lord Bilhp. ofLandaff i CanraofSainim,LKLh Sir Geo. Piggot, Bart. Sir f ran. Goiiuig, Km. and AiJerman Rer.Dan. P