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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 1, 1765, London, Middlesex The London Evenin From TUESDAY January i, to THURSDAY January 3 From the London Gazette. War-Jaw, Dec. 8. H E Diet continues their deliberations with ihegreateft tranquility : They have confirmed all rhe acts that have been made duting the inter-reign ; and are at prejent chiefly employed in arraigning the taxes which are to be levied on the different orders of the Republic, and in taking meafures to improve the revenues, and to ecfuje the inland commerce. Vicma, Dec. 14. According to the frefiieft advices which the Magiftratts of Health have juft received from Djhna.ia, the plague Was fpreud into two mote villages, and an hamlet, in the territory of Knin, and into two villages in the^ diltritt of Sign ; but nothing new had ha'ppened in the two villages, where it was alleady, in tiie terriiory of Knin. Genoa, Dec, 1 J. On the 13th feveral tranfports, with French tioops on board., arrived at Baftia ; but as M. de MarLeuf not atrived, the troops had not begun to land. Whitehall, "Jan. r. The Kirg has been pteafed to appoint Robeit Klrke, Liqj Agent or Confui G-n?iai ji A.gtc.&. The King has been plea led to appoPd WiJliatu Norton, l.i'q; his Minifler u. inc Swi-fs Cantons. Bankruptcy p-.ffoned. "William Woodh'ain, of the in th� pn- rifh of St. MtuuM in the Fields, Middlefex,  Stationer and Y.iific-paper-ruler, at Guildhall, Jan. 11. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditor:. J.m. 12. William Wat Ton, late of T!um?s- (L�et, London, Ironmonger, at Gttildln!]. Jan. 29. Wiiiimn Coleman, cf Gruy'i ii.n- Lure, Middlefex, Coach-maker. , ZTcTn b-o~~n On Monday evening the Right Hon. the Marquis of Granby came from his feat in the country to his father's houfe at Knightf-bridge, and on Tuefday waited on their Ma-jefti�s at St. James's, to compliment them on the new year. Tuefday Henry Dawkins, Efq; and his Lady and family, came from his ftat in the country to his houfe in Arlington-iheer, St. James's. The Ode.for the new year, that was performed on Tuefday at St. James's, before their Majesties and the Royal Family, was the fame that was intended to have been performed laft New Yeai'sDay, but was deferred by 01 der, on account of that day falling on a Sunday. They wrie fiom Vienna, cf the 18th pair, that, in order 10 prevent exceflive ex-pence among the Nobiliry, State-orficei?, Foreign Minifters, &c. at that Courr, for rich cioaths on the marriage-day of the King of the Romans with the Princefs Jo-fephina of Bavaria, at the palace of Schon-brun, the Lord Chamberlainof the Houfe-hold lias iffued an oider, that all perfons of rank, who make their appearance on that day\ ibouid becloathed in an uniform diefs of fky-blue velvet, with gold lace. The Emprefsof Ruffia, after the example of her predeceffors, has declared her intention to encourage the teaching of the Engliih language and me;hod of accompts there ; the Emprefs having been educated therein a few years fince, and reads and wrhes it with great propriety and fluency herfelf; as does her fon, having been educated therein by a fchoolmaiter flora England. Extratt cf a letter from Plymouth, Der, 28. " If by beating rhe French and Spaniards our apples muft be excifed, which ufed to make oil! hearts meny at this time of the year, what good chear muft we have expected had we been beat ? -However, we are like to reap one benefit by this Extrife ; the Farmers are refolvoJ tt> make fchohrs of their fons j and, in time, they may cona�' to be hxcilemen , but lam. like to ftand a bad chance, as mine are All daughters, and dej/ght much in mufic and dancing.* Extract oj a Utter from a Gentleman gone to fettle at ^Halifax in Nova Scotia, dated Oa. 6, �7^4. " \V_ have been arrived three weeks, pwhrch time we have employed in viewing ^the country, which is very pjeafanr,  ducing a fufticiency of the necetdit i  > . me, mh game of ail kinds ir: \ lc v.y. There ire gieat quantities of umber of diifeien'. forts, fit fos fh j Mifs Anna Maria Skynnc, daughter of John Skynner, Efq; in ilu I'oulry. A ])edlai, or dealer, who ufed lo trade between France and the Ille of Man, &c. fuppofed to be a Jew, and to be named Moles Levy, fiom nis being called by both thole names, died at the latter place the beginning of lait iuomii, fuppofed to be upwards of 90 years of age, and is faid to have died worth io,ootl. the chief part of which is deposited in France, and for which no telation or claimant was then known. Satuiday fe'nnight Mr. Lloyd, of Brofe-ley, in Worceitcihire, who had been fome time doubled with fits, fell into a fire on a coal bank near that town, and was burnt to death. On Saturday died Mr. Mead, of BilLricay in Etlex, Wine-merchant. Monday died Mr. her, who many ye3is kept the Crown alchoiife in Ei-fex*lt;eet in the Stiand; He was in the bar at feVen o'clock in the eveui;ig, and appeared to be in good healt h. Monday night died, in the ;�d year of his age, Mr. Samuel AndcrlVm, a;i eminent Taylor, and who formedy kept a Me:t.ji's (he',) bihir.dS . Clemeni'.s Turfday died, in die ?8di year of his age, Mr. joim Bland, cf Tot'eniiam, fume;!1,' an emment Banker of thi.-ciiy. Tuefday noon uied, at 11 is inv.fe near MA., after C3ting a hearty breikfail, Mr. Ma-ihew Folte , nnny yea;s hilh Male toCapt, Braithwai:, of the Eagle galley, in the Levant trade. Monday a male cnild, of nine months old, for of Mr. Ciopley, Hanerin the Eo-roti^h, uas found fmotiisied in a turn-up hou"i whica acwidtm was occaiioned by the Numb. 5800 ice Two-pence Half-penny careleflhefs of a cliai; .vjokle'i,e:, aniior 01 a humourous piece, calie.!, T',.-.' !)e\il u:, Crutches in England, z- � h: .or!d. Tuelday nu-rniiKj. iiie-r i- ^-r j:s:m at the Ei;l of XoKiiuin'-e ia-d'.- no-tle n: the Strand, a thinoie) '-ei;i'. "n : in It ill-room, which Kidied fid for fome time 5 btr, by umely ali'.ta:^-.-, ; exu'nguiihed without any maieii;d c. .i-i.,v. A poirmameau, c-.tai:)ui.3 P...-.u^u.-ic, Spanilh and En ;p;'n com, ro 1 lie value of upwards of 7.0!. in; ^e.'n taken up ihe fands wi'.hin die pr.rt of Bunitaple, in lie royalty of John Cleveland, Efq; They appear to have been loll in the Bculah, bound from New-York to London. The number of debtors at prefent confined in the feveial gaols of this kingdom, is laid to beat lealt equal, if not greater, than ha: been known alrnoft in the memory of man ; for vvhofe enlaigemenr, we are credibly informed, feveral perfons in power have pro-mifed to interelt themfelves to the utmolt at the meeting' f tne Parliament. On Mondjy lair as feveral peifor.s were fkaiting on the canal in St. Jame.-'s-j a; k, the ice breaking, a gentleman had the mif-fortune to fall in ; when, not with handing the many hundreds of fpeda'cis about him, only one had refoludon enough to attdnpt yielding hi-m any atfiltance, and wricu lie did nos eli'ecl without being in die a ater himfelf. On Monday nig'ir, r.bout eleven, j fe:- . vant maid of Mr. Winbulh of Graj's-ii-.n- ! lane, going up to bed, on en ering her j room found a man 'covceaied in a c!-fr:, !. which'lb tenir.ea her that ihe fell in'o hr^, \ and alarmed the family, who immtdii ely j coming to her a.iilta::ce, found it low i had eLaj'ed over the houfes, a;d got oil, p-lifte's, who have giea ly paltered the .0 .0 tor f-!K men.lis pa!t, one cf whom was a^.ift.ed evidence by .Vnunjeis Welch, Lf.jj a. ;',c P\iMic iCoia, i-. .1 Ofii.e in Lit-chiieid-tdcc.1, >\ ho confnt^'d inch facts, that i is iiopeu they wiil He picvened by the law r, o.n doir.g nvre milciiief. And die fame inot rn'ig was apprehended and biought bcf'-ic die above magiitra;e, a fellow kuo'vii by die name of die .Nc'-.d D.a-gon, being one of the gang. They were all committed 10 New i'lifun for lurdier examination. '"Tiie man who ftole the piece of handkerchiefs on Monday, out of the lhop of Meif. Williams and Bellamy, valued at twenty Ihillings, was committed to the Poultry compter, by the name of Andrew Gairdner, and the parties were bound ovei 10 profeciue. He made an attempt la it Saturday, which occaiioned the people in the (hop to watch h;iii. On Monday Elizabeth, Evans vas committed tg tiie Borough coinpei by Richard Roman, Efq; Justice of die Budge Vaid, for robbing tiie v. ha; la of Mr. Yalcnutis H;rg-ave a:,u C'.i. And J-.'feph Foot b alfo connniaed ai above, by tiie lame Magif-t,a:e, 101 fel ..noulij lUaimg a quaudty of bays Goth, die pioper.y of nis mailer, Mr. Nev.-uian, i);.-.-r, ::i Souii; .;;.! k. Ak r 1 c 1.l.s ... is r r. 1. l 1   s vcs, o"-'. f-�; tie Pu'. i.-C Xi pr ./ uli the Ever::)& P.i;;;-; Counr Pciitoc. 1'; , liii :j \, 's brr;.:-r, -.w? fcoii to f-t o.:t {-.' ' ' C' :v"cu:t albiis ot "tvtf in.jK/'rtat'i.".  ' f.vo crmvits, We .ire i,;or;iivil tint iu:'-c it: .01 f ig ites will fpeeddy ..e iV-u to iec-f; e? n.n ..lore P.ilhfcr's lijU olrut! Th.-y w. . - > ......------, �  pr.iwtice of o;;e ;^ri of die nivdl powers of Europe fiipy.lyiii:', d.'.e H.v.!.d'.l, th, K;-- .1! tb �r rb? Priiice i'.t � tor to id, 10 the ii.tsi.dcd of Two Sicilies ' ~ i 1. � n_'d" -lie A.:..; _ . ;. � d o'.Jo c 1 .djilij'.ter oJ il'.f.T itvilie: ; ..ficr wiucii he L to p.o to fetrle ;!os .dii.utct .a die Court of Vier.tu. Lalt S.'.ondiy Robeu TL: mjifon, f.fq; re� ligned bis >:h;z of 0:1? of bis M..jd!y's Com-mifiioncrs of rhe Sram;> offiee. And \X'e hear one of the Commiflloners in the Excife-ofnce will !ii:cs;d Mr. Thompbn. We are aflTured, tlac a large quantiry of LJighfh rn-Ic .01:! hops luvs heen contr.idTf.d for here, wbici) ui!l iliortly I� fnic to cur new cohd.j in America, in rrder to experience of wliar jMuity Engli'.h male liquors may b�" Lrou^iic to in dim"? cJinures. A few i'aj-s ago a petition was prefented to Itis M:i;:fty, in hrh.ilf or" tl:s many diouf.nid priiba'.rs in the different goals of this king Join. i~ ... Cornhill, January 3, i";0y. T-> t'-e fV.rtlj Liverymen of tie City'of L�t:-.l-n. Y � 'J R r'-'^> Inure;}, orj Pell (if E\'pu:y' P RANCIS E L L I S, CriizKN a-d Grocer, T.: fu-reed Sf T-'-or.i.ii Unrrtfcn, d^e.zj'j, rs Ci.i'-f-Mri.': tvctl tijreted to la M.v,i(ty Kingiiuc. r c e, r.r.!> jlcccmplice. cr Arco�ip!:-ces therein fo he, foe, or they )nay be af'pri' bended and convicted thereof. D U .N x\l K H Add FAX. And. as a further Encouragement, i;:e Cenmiif-ftoners of hi: M.yejfy's Cttjtcrns do hereby prcmife'a R�ivard rfOi.e . .iindrcd Pounds, to ar.y Perfmer Perfns nial'ir.g fush Difceveiy as af:refid, to be Vaid by the Ktccivtr Carnal cf his M ijefly's Cuf-toms, Ju:on the Cor.viiiior. of one :r it:ere ef the Offenders 3y Order of the Commifftoners. W. Wood, Secretary. ~"CR F. N T FORD Turnpike. "fHE Trufiees cf B/en:frd Turnpike meet X at the 'Three Pigeons in Ne~v Bren'fvrd ot S.-itu-d-ii next, the $tb of January, at fen 'Clock :n the Forenoon. J. RERUOW, CI' Ac the ACADEMY in Little Power-Street, London, YOUNG Gsntlemen are Boarded", a.rd rau�ht Writing, Accounts, Marie-mattes, and Langua^'s, to ipuhfy th. in for Trades, tne Mfrc hat it's Compti:i;:ii 1 r-nee, that the injurious --- - J jc, - " '*!" '"V'^J V his Day was pr.blijud, Frjce 4 s^^i) -^j, Vc'b.XlI. (which completes rhe V.'orJ " ' ~* ENGL AN D Illustra-' or, The Narur.d Hijlory, Geograrhy, phv, an.i Annuities, of F.sslamd i.'O Wa A.c;a:d and i;'ufViared wi;h nclr Tv>. . Iundr:d '. and M.ip^, b.\iu;'rully sn.i .icci'.ratelv r jv.'i'.. hr+r-t -\f Piinc-d tor ]. : MtL-y, in i'aldMall ; ami fM BqP=r( 1". Fic^!, in i'at-r-uoiier Row. Iti.'d uho have no: jc c� upt-'fJ :h;ir Se s are ra-cuellsd .0 -'.o i: zt i on as :h ; Cat.. 1 lit: V\ork may Lo had coaiplece, in :wj Velftti Pri� bomid Jl, jids. ;