London Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 19, 1765, London, Middlesex
Evenin JNumb. 5833 From TUESDAY March t, to THURSDAY March 21 [Price Two-pence Half-penny From the London Gazette. March 5. De Brani(ki,whom his Polifli Majefty has appointed his Envoy Extraordinary atthis court, at rived here on the 2d inftant, from Warfaw ; and it is expected that the King of Pruflia will, in a Few days, come hither, ia order to give an audience to that Minifter. Hague, March 22. Yefterday in the afternoon the Earl of Buckinghamfbire arrived here from Peterfburgh, and propofes to fet our for England in a few days. communicatfofl between the river Thames j Merchant at Qlafgow* but who for fome and Severn, dear Lechlade. Tuefday was held* at Guildhall, the Committee for building Black-friars bridge ; when it was determined chat it would be improper to carry Mr. Milne's propofal, for ere&ing a temporary wooden-bridge at Black-fiiars, into execution. years paft has refided in this ery. Sunday Mr. Francis Hinde,. Livery-ftabJe Keeper in GrayVinn-lane, was married to Mrs. Hal], widow of thelare Mr. Hall, of the New Inn at Coventry. Tuefday was married Mr. John Perry, fon of Mr. Perry, Ship-builder at Biack- The bridge at Hampton-court over the wall, to Mifs Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Whitehall^ March 19 Ki b>en pleafed to conftitute and appoint James Foruey, E%> to be one of the Coram. (V tfoners for V.dualling his Majefty** Navy, in the room of the Hon. Horatio- Townf-hend, deceafed. DIVIDENDS to be made to Creditors, ApnJ .3. William Williams, of the city of Briilol, Hofier, at the NagVhead tavern in Wine-ftreet, Briitol. April 22. John Middletoii, Jate of the city of Norwich, Merchant, at the Maid's-head inn, in the parifh of St. Simon and Jude, in Eorwich. Certificates to be allowed. April 9. Thomas Hewfon, of the parifh of Sr. James, Clerkemvell, in the county of Middlefex, Salefman. Thomas'My ks, of Primrofe-ftreet, London, . Wine Merchant. 1 iii 1 1 M ..... .- LONDON Tilefday her Royal Highnefs the Printefs Louifa-Anne, his Majefty's fecond filler, entered into the 17th year of "her age > the Nobility and Gentry paid their complitaems to her Majefty upon the occafion at Sr. James's; and to the Princefs Dowager of Wales, at Carlton-haufe. - defe&ive ftru&iun, it is faid will be taken dofrn and rebuilt this fummer. We hear that the parfonage-houfe, and the glebe, confiftingof four houfes and fome (heds adjoining to the Back, belonging to the Rev. Mr. Sherlock Willis, Reftor of Sr. Chiiftopher's, will be fhortly pulled down, in order 10 enlarge the faid Bank j and that Mr. Willis will have an allowance of 80I. 14s. per annum in lieu thereof ; alfo that 71. per annum will be allowed him for furplica fees; and 3 1. 5s. per annum will alfo be allowed the Le&urer of St. w Chriftopher's, fbr the lofs he may fuftain by removing the faid houfes. It is faid the wafle lands in England only, from a moderate computation, ace found to exceed three millions of fquare acres, actually improveable. Laft Saturday morning feveral baflcets of poultry and butter, were feized at Reading marker, which had been agreed for by the Toreftallers before eight o'clock, the time limited for opening the market. The Mayor -is determined to carry this law into execution with vigour. No Friend u Poultry will not be ehflPfWruntil a Hop is put to th^ engrojfing it by thofe who contra& for thefeafon; and until the goods are fent to be fold by proper falefmen* By proper falefmen is meant, thofe who have no contrafted gtods of their own ; which they have got into of lare, which for fome years they never though trad Mr. Brown, Biewer at Poplar. On F/iday lalt died, near 100 years of ^age, Mrs. Hand, wife of Mr. Arthur Hand, who formerly kept the Lamb in Abchuich- lane, and lately in Kenningion-lane. Sunday died Mr. Thomas Farranr, one of the ddeit Agent* belonging to the SixCleiks Office. Sunday night the houfe of Martin Hurlir, Lfq- in' Great Port land-ilreet, Ca- vendifh-fquare, Mas broke into, and fobbed ot pla.e and furniture to a confiderable value. Articles ^/Intelligence, &v. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of laft Tuefday. ExtraH of a Utter from Tunis^ Jan% i j. c* What has juft happened here makes many people believe that our Regency has a defign of breaking with the Court of Tufcauy. The Conful of that Grand Duchy has, wiihin this lirtk while, received an order from the Hey to pay down the fumof twothouCmd piaftres, by way of uidetcuificarinn for the lofs of one of his (bins, which (hips, MaflSu wrecked lately near a city which is a dependency of the tS. Engrossing, fays, I princefs of Camni ijl I:a]y- This claim appears the more unjuft, as the Regency of Tufcany had the generofiry to fit our, in a proper manner, the forty-five Tunifians, who were flap-wrecked on board the faid veffel, to provide them with provifions, and to fend them back here on board an armed floop of war." They write from Rocheforr, that an order arrived there from Court the 2.0th paft, for the . , , 1 Ambition man of war to fail as foon as poffi- they got as much by one Me for Cape FraBcoi ^ CapfHJn of pound as the falefmen could by four; this firft fet the f tn urier to be aiding and ajftfliner in tue Refcus of a large Quantity of B[aMy, which bad been fetzed Ly^tiy.te W.trnett^ Thomas Baker, and fibn Wleatlty^ Officers of his Majefty's Cuftoms m the Port of Chici-efter, whoi in the due Execution of their Office, were forcibly and violently cbftrutled, andjurty Casks V t were, by thefzid Smugglers, refued and taken a Gardens, and other Conveniences; JinuceJ in the Marxet-plac^ia Blandford, in the County of Dorfct; iace in the PolTcaian of Mr. Thomas Wiifon, an Apothecary. Any Per fon applying for the fame, (if an Apothecary the letter, as the Shop is quite competed for the Buiinefs) may be informed of the Particulars by applying to Mr. Jolux iJage, at the Greyhound Inn in Blandford. SpeediJ/ will be SOLD, HE following Ellatcs of Sir Th o m a 3 M HidgEj late of Portfea m the County of Southampton, Knr._ Brewer, Diiiilier, aiid Wine* M:rchanr, a BanJcmpc. An Eitate iituate hi the New Foreft, v ithin fiveMifcsof Riugwcol, and lix of Lyndiiurit ; co^iiiting of the fcveral Manors of Barley Bit-tens ana- Hurley Mills with the Mahhon-Houfe, Farms and Lands [hereunto belonging. An Ettate innate at Lan^rnh* near Peteff-field in the Comity of Southampton ; confift-ing of the Maiurs of Langrilh, and die Farm and Lands the^umo belojiging j and a Farm called ScrooJs, contiguous to it. An Ei*are nutate ac Binfierd, near Alton vi the faid County of Sour1 ampton, cal'ed Weft-courr, and now in the Occupation of Richard Andrews. An Eltate fituate at Mill land, in the County of Suifex, about fix'Miles from Perersfield, and lix from Medhurit; conhiting of the feveral Manois of Deane and Rogale Bohunt; with the Manhon-Hqufe, Farms, Lands, and Woods thereunto belonging. Proper Notices will" be given of the Time of Sale m this P.*per; and in the mean Time the Kftates may be viewed, by allying at the re-f/e&ive Premifcs. The Timber to be valued down to Six-Pence. To be SOLD to the beil Bidder*. At the Sign of the Gr hen Mjih in Afliixirne, in the County of Derby, On Wednef lay the 2Qth of May, at Four fa the Afternoon, Th E feveral Freehold Eftates after-mentioned, in the following Lots: Lot 1. The Manor of Bk.oadlow-A3�, otherwise Brad low-Ash, in the Parishes of AfhbovIy co the iaid Mr. Calton ; Francis BemfortJ^ Htsotnty 'at Law in Aflitorneaforefjid ; or i*Q Mr.-H. WiiwAeiter, at Holme, near fiakewell. s Mr. Caicoa wiH alfo ihew th�Preraifts, IT 1$ ayirtd.