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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 30, 1765, London, Middlesex � r _ 4 Numb. 5851 From TUESDAY April 30, to THURSDAY May 2 I765. [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette. Florence) April 13. ETTERS from Rome of rhe yth inft. mention, that Cardinal Caprara was feized, that day, with an apoplectic fit, as he was going into the Pope's chapel, and died infhmly. There are now vacant thirteen Hats; but two more are fliil wanttd to make the great promotion. Prince Czartorinflci, who pafl"ed by Florence incognito, arrived lately at Rome, to announce rheeleclion of the King of Poland. A Con-fiflory was appointed for the firit day after Eafter, in which the Pope was to acknowledge himafter which the bulls for the vacant Bi-ihoprickt in rfaat kingdom of the King's nomination, -were to be difpatched. St. James's^ April a8. This day M. Rouffcj. Miniftcr from the BiChop of Liege, had hi! firfi private andiencc of her Majefty. BANKRUPTS required to fur render. Matthew Arnold, late of Hackney, m the county of Middlefcx, to appear May a, 1 1, and June 11, at Guildhall, London. Alexander Harnett, late of the city of Norwich, Dealer, to appear Wl*y 10, 15, and June 11, y> tl;^t rb* clnniO; a A ih ckn:g accident happened a few d.ivs . 1 ',.1> at the perfon play, that he , and being one evening talked pretty loud 10 the fat next him, as you know this een misfon which the French-fired wi:h refentment for what had man palTed before, run up*clofe to him, and afked him what he meanrby daring at him. The other anfwered, he-rtiouglu he might To w body with in the B irifh channel, all well. The Belleiile iloop, Rochford, from Cork for Dunkirk, mendoned as fuppofed loft on the coaft of Cornwall, was fafe at to l;e man, foaming with rage, faid, he was not to be treated with impunity, and without another word, except come along, he pulled his Lord(hip by the arm out of the box ^ and when they were come without the doors to the itreer, upon my Lord's lemonftrating K 11 Dartmouth the 7th of Apiil, after being l4*flk^ged to throw overboard part of her car- May 14. Adam Fairholm, of London, Mev- to hisantagonift on the danger he run from chant, at GuildhaJJ. Certificate to be allowed. being in a pa(fion, as well as ihe impropriety of the place, in the middle of the go in a violent gale. A Swedifli (hip, Frederick Stemlef, from Bordeaux bound to Stockholm, near Havre-de-Giace. is loft The Rev. Lord Cnancellor has prefented the Mr. Liiihtfuot, late of Pembroke May ax. John Crabb, now or late of awidiin's- j ftjeet ;'the other, who had his fword already drawn, (truck his Lordfhip crofa the (houl- London A itomach, and it pa (Ted thro' his right ihotd-der, upon which they were feparattd. They were immediately furrounded with numbei- what ijbm^ March 26. Few days ago a letter was handed a-bout this city, full of Chimeras and fatal prediftions, tending to excite among the people the rnoft dangerous apprehen-fions. It was therein fet forth, that in the right of the Z4th inftant all the churches were to be opened, and the holy Sacrament expofed \ and that all the faithful were to j lefs fpe&ators. Obfeive by be prefert there, in order to appeafe the ----1 *x*\r ]uftice of God, whofe hand was ready to fall heavily on this unhappy city. Accordingly feveral convents refolved to e\pofe the Sacrament that day, and gave notice for public prayers ; which made fo great an impreflioo upon the minds of the people, that the greateft part of the inhabitants fpofed College, Oxford, to the rectory of Shal-den, in Hampihire, worth 150 1. per annum. Tuefday, ar a Cou-t of Aldermen atGuiid-hall, a complaint was made againlt an Of- wnen der wi:hii i upon which his Lo.dfh.p drew 1 ^ 0"f the'Couu of Confaen^e,""fbrre)ec- and made a pafs or two at him, knowing that to be his only chance, and before any one arrived to part them, he received his antagonilt's fword jult in the oit of the Officer received a fevere repnmand, and his Provincial of-the Older of St. Dominique, fent a circular letter the 10th inltanr, to  the fuperiors of all the convents of his order, itrirtly forbidding them to idiroduce any innovations into to the divice feivice. The next d^y the Count d'Oeyras fent for accidents this tragical affair was brougut about, and by what ilighter accidents his life was af-erwards preferved. At firit he washaidly fenfible of his wound, but in a few moments he dropt down fpeechlefs, in which iituaiion he muft inevitably have been fmothered by the pie.Ting on of the crowd, had not the Duke de Pequigny run The I himfelf for die guard, and brought it in And here again he time to keep them off. run the tifque of being itifled by his own blood, had not fome Mountebank Doftor prelfed through the crowd, cut his ltock and neck of his (hirt. and applied fome drops to his noftrils and mouth. He remained thefupciors of the other religious Houfes, fevera huuis freechlefs vvi.h almoit every and kid the fame .injunctions upon them. -*Th------------ . . betaken up, and reprimanded a bupenor, who acknowledged himfJf 10 be the au- mortal fymptom. Thefe however palled, and in inree days he was qui:e recovered. The officer took poit immediately into the Pope's dominions, at Avignon.-All that the 24th and 25th, 10 pievent any difor- thor of the letter, but difowned the prin- my Lord had done when we left Maiieillcs, tine of it. The troops v. ere under arms he gave the Biuifli Embaflador at Pans, a 5 - J:r- fhort detailof the affair, concluding that he bore his adveifary no refentment, nor de- Paris, Aprilzz. Ten thoufand copies of I rnanded any revenge-.hat is, he referred -- - ~- r ^ 1 it entirely to his Excellence, to manage the matter as he thought pioper. " At Mai fellies we we�e told of another fquabble at Ronie, among Die Englilh them-> " ' ' diffeiences that ders. iris% Apriliz, Ten.v..^---------r the tragedy entituled, " The Siege of Ca-liis," have been fold to be fent to England. Mr. Ganick, who has been here fome time with his family, ptopofes to tianllafe this piece into his language, and bring it upon the Englifh ftage, wheie hefiatteis himfelf that u will be received with great ap- plaufe. M/irvejols, April 6. On the ;d of thu month a-child of twelve years of age was celebrate a biith-day, they was ordered to pay the complainant half a guinea for hb trouble, and to fee that the debt andcoits were likewifepaid him. Tuefday morning died, at his lodgings in Paiiiament-itree', Weitminiter, Francis Cox, Elcji near 90 yca:s of age. Tuefday morning between the hour? of nireandten, a young woman, fuppofed to be the wife of a publican at Lambeth, threw herfelf into the canal in St. Jame^ Paik ; a perfon who chanced to be walking by, gulled off his ihoes and itockings and went after her, but this liale delay rendered his attempt to fave her life abortive. The Churchwaidens of Sr. IViaigaiei's had her immediaely blooded,and proper reftoratives applied ^ but finding them in vain, the was cairied in a fhell to St. Maigaiei's church-yaid to be owned. She was dreffed in a biown ltuff gown, and /ilk handkerchief, filver buckle* in the bcealt knots and ihoes, and half a guinea in her pocket ; \is faid flic wab three months gone with child, but what occalioned -her 10 commit this ralh action is not known. Monday evening an inquiiition was held by the Coronei and his Jury, on the body of I Mrs, Biiftow, mother to Mr. Thornton, who was found barbarouily murdered at her fon's houfe in Greek itieci, Soho, on Sun- and day their felvcs, about the political have lately torn our countiy to pieces. Whether Wilkes was there or not, I cou.'d But in ihorr, at an entertainment, met to not find.- wheie ten or twelve of them were fell our morning lalt, ana brought in verdidt wiifuJ mu/der againlt a perfon unknown. Articles a/Intelligence, &v. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of (aft Tuefday. Parr of a krter fiom Quebec fays, drew in ktiied by the wild beaft ihepaiilhof PontailB. A park dog which tlieir in die f .voids,- and lix 01 feven were w.ounded' f,ay-iho* none mortally?" rs will not be opened he-forc Ten o'Clock. The Service on riie Feait Day vviil begui piuidtuaJly at h'leven o'CI-^ck. G A S the Meeting of the Cumberland / V Society been obliged to be polt- oii Account of the Ahfcjice. of feveral Mcm!*rs, they aie deh.ed to n*e� the Preiidenr, ai the Star and Ganei hi i*a]l-Mall, on Saturday next, tlie 4th of May, I. A. O. Secretary, Dinner at Tonr o'CJock. Perfon about Thirty Years of Age4 vtiy cai/abie of keeping Acxonrpts in l..c exacted Manner, and i:;:derihinds Surveyu.^ Land. Mcalurmg ard V'aiui ^ Timber; who has afinall Ir.coine ona^ own} Lnt not a to be i.'idepejulenc, takes Method 10 mpumc any Noi�leRun, Gentleman,or Lady, tuat lias aii Occaiion for fuch a Perfon to f it eruitcnd Eflates and colkel Rents, th.�t lit lhoull be wiilmu zo accept or* any fuch Mnploy ; nay, wou d ha1, r no Ol�j.-�lion to a Hi it 1:1 A Hairs of the Houfe, or n an'Aging th? Hu1uk-Js or a Farm, as he dio-roughly undedtands Agnci-hnre, being always cojiverunt m wi!