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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 23, 1765, London, Middlesex Numb. qF61 From THURSDAY May 23, to SATURDAY May 25 1765. [Price Two-pence Half-penny To the PRINTER. S I R, F, as was lately obferved truly in paper, a and fuller) had and power to tbofe whofe national religion [ in Catherine Wheel-yard, Sr. James's, where he had acquited a handfome funune. On WednefJny died at her houfe in Kinqf-nators and NoMefs of ~\he fir ft rank, can- I land-road, in the J year of her age, Jane ! ^.swghig that rhe pcrfons taken ihotiid appear and intcieft aiediuiljy opposite to 6*.n& i** They write from >Varfaw7 that the Se- Uberry; Ar.t! clie place nor being defensible hy rhe fnuJJ number of foldiers that were in ir, dmirtnd was cornplLd wirh, on the rioters your long filence had pie-vailed among the till the people, dirtrelfed condi- tion of the Weavers induced them to make applications for relief in fuch numbers as proved alarming, and did at leaft occafion fume fuch violences as were highly menacing in furcin. not prevail on the King of Poland to wear the Polifhdref*his iVajelly. being of_opinion that the long habu iias "too4elfe:ninate "appeaiance. They wiite from the Lower-Elbe, that an incredible number of hoifes* has been bought up in Holft'ein for the ufc of the .King of Pruifia ; that the levies for his tioops are alfo carrying on with gieac ardour; and that they enlift all who aie able 10 bear 3 muflwr. ' It's faid alfo, that the Piufliananny in Siieiia is confide; ably rein- Bennec, who had ^.c jui: cd near ico 1. in ready "cam by leiiing lemons and oianges, and letting out two penny ]'..'di;ings to poor j travellers ; (he ha.- lef her whoic fo::ir*e ro 1 at tli- j:exr Coat. the mean time vited their natures, whereon the tongues of numbers became as ir were fo unloofed, that Letters from Leghorn mention, thai'two Goifican velfels have lately been feized in they indulged themfelves in the moftun- r]je S:rej j f Boniface, and carried into Baftia, in confequence of the orders pub-lifted by the French General in Janua1 y la it, prohibiting the inhabhamsof the iiland from bounded freedoms of fpeech, till fuch changes of men were talked of as turned their anger into joy, and their defpair in;o the mod pleating hope, it may now be as truly f3id, that doubt and have again feized on men's minds, and that I oj" a (Jem jeman's (Juaclnnan in the neighbourhood. ^ Wednefday died, of a fit of apoplexy, Mr. John Mofer, Jeweller, in Round-cour: in the Strand. Wednefday niglit died, William Willy, Efq; Member f r Device.-.. Thmfday morning uiedar Ifiingto-i, iMr. Gru.y, formeily a Ciuler and biu^ier, in Gofwell-ilreet. . On JWedr.cfday the b^dy of the fevvant girl that drowned herfcif a few days ago, wa- taken up, but mangled in a moit ihoc-king manner by the wheels of the uater-woj ks. U'e hear farther that, m the Indims who h*d been in-to rhe treary, were aflembhttg at Fore Pirr, where Oh C.r^-b.m alio was r pref irs, in carder to prc.ctd in 'he tr-arv: ^nd fome ill confe- quences *;e ay. icU:i_':m :n d;ftp-ouummt. 3 A few il'.)s i:i\c a \:o: ter, wf�o ti.u! J i \ ti\ for lorweyears* n.- ur;oi:> ii.dr" il .rv.ii died at his lodgings in ihe Strand; Aurr his t've^ife, rher were found in : e pre at tio:::ar you t:en did to to the fiaughter-houfr, n got away fiom the j ,;e^ unr.KimcuJly fx:tin* ms in domination t: dtivQis, and in trampling on a wadefman's j repvtent tl.s Cou- ly in Parluim*;;/, ar.a yom wife in '.hat neighbourhood, broke her arm, andoiheiwife much b;uifcdher. bhe was canied home to be raken care of. Wednefday la It Jimes Sto.v, a Carpenter fell out (,f a woikfhop in Oxford Koad, rably in fome afiair, was difmilfed j which at length has been done, he having foliici- ted and obtained his difmiflion with a pen-fion, Ext raH of a letter from Gram da, March Q. Yeilerday died John Fleming, tfq; Commiifary General of the ceded Ilies, Se- Dug3le was It evidehtly does appear, that ther� are cieiavy and Regifter of Granada; Mr. Ham, __________ .. _ _ . . , s men jh whom the body of the people are f s Kiu> ajf0 died of a fever he caught nafton, Efq: charged on the oa:h of Mary rcpre.ent th:s Cou-ly in Parliiinrnt^ ar.a your ctli'intT Re/oifith): Ij fu^p^t K-rnitiaiion^ if t'.e tbyexierSd ijpb fin n oad rci b ZvnLjraWTi^ lay me under the Jlyon?cJ} ami re- Cjnive the nrfi ear.y an i f rate-ut jLkr.&'j.'edg- yr.ents.-It ji:[a*uer:ts. I i,\^e the Honour \ to icj Ctntiw*.. riy Pcncirrow, T*.tr tvejt oblige Bnr^bie Servant^ John" Molesworth, jun. AMbbs'LllsUoftbtyruJteesforput-tin? in Executtjn the Ach of Parliament fW Re&airin? the ISivbiiavs bet-ivzen Tyburn and difpofed to place their fulleft confidence, and that there are others from whom they appear as refolute to withhold ir. Should reconciliation therefore be attempted by temporizings or coalitions, the only con-fequences that can refult therefrom will be a lofs of popularity to fuch as have it at prefenr, who (hall be concerned therein, for the fake of ihofe to whom dilgult appears rivetted as well from the nature of acquired influence, and the vi'olence of fome proceeding?, as from the imprudent indulgence of manifeft partialities. here; Mr. Young, Firil Coramiflioner and Tr'eafurer for fale of the ceded Ilies, has been ill, and remains heie in the country for his recovery ; the otiier Commilfioneis L O N D O N. Palace for this four nights paft, 0} gowns, &c. Thurfday Edmund Sainney \wscharged on oath, befo;e Sir Samuel FJriCyer, Barr. proceeded for St. Vincent's to open The fait ] with Healing upwardsof 25 l^iyjboney, the theiSthof May. At their departure they threw the fetilers here into a dreadful con-fiernation, in telling them that all Governor Scon's grants would be reverfed, and that they .would re-fell all the lots and iicuuij, ^14, l.iu.5�u u.. iii^ -a.w v. ^-.j , Ux-vrid e in tl:e CcUht cf MuUlcfex, and Jcr Alhley, for iteahng nine guineas, leveral ; AmeK^ the Rsad leading ytom Brentbridgo j over Harwell !*aib, ibrc-H^fi the Par/jbej of Han-well, Se'ju Brentford and Ealing^ to the Great \ ftree'.s hejaid out "to build upon, with'the houfes they had ereded thereon,-at valt property of William Palmer^nd was thereon commuted to Newga'e. . Thurfday at the feifions at the Old Baily ti pnfoners were tried ; leven we;e calt for. tianfportation, of whom was Capr. Lewis, of Ipfwich, for 1^ years, for receiving pilch and tar, knowing ihem to 1 expence and difficulty \ many whereof have have been ftolen j and five acquitted. aunng which feveral private Councils have been 1 held, particularly one on Tuefday night, I which did not break up till three o'clock the next morning. On Wednefday her Majafty paid a vific to her Royal Highnefs the V\inceG Dowager of Wale*, where fhe continued for fome time. paffed through various hands already, by fale and transfer, deaths and fucceilion. Should fuch a meafure take place, it would create dreadful eonfufion and difeou-age-ment to the feitlers, and total ruin to many, who have laid out their all thereon.'* The Fanny, Capr. Stewart, from Jamaica, arrived off Plymotrh on Monday lalh She left Jamaica the nth of March. the Goodwill, Captain Klinkert, aDutchfhip, which was cleared Articles 6/Intelligence, &-c. from the Postscripts of all the Evening Papers of loft Tnuifday. We are allured, his Roy^l Hi�hnefs the Duke of Cnm^erkmd lus not been ;u Windfor for thefe ten clays \r.ii\y and, during tint period, has feurce flepc four how s of a ni^hc ; lus in eiule.i- Wcfe^n Road in the faid Countyis appointed to be at the George Inn in ABon, on Satnrday mxf^ the 1 ft cf ?un*^ at Ten o'CUk m-tb* Fcrenoon: At which Vrnie aid Place tJ^e Trtfftees will recent^ Eropcfals for fervtng of Gravel in the Parijb of i Eating, for this Tear, as uf%al. ""muttv s c ott o n, From the Huce and Ker. r. in Towcelter, BEGS Leave to acquaint all N-.blem.n, Oenrlemeji, ana others, i 1 ar lhc isrcmc-veti ro tJie kre Ok; Red L.ion Fenn}r-SrraTJbn,1 Rucks, u. hich is j.ovv the Ruck ajut HcJJ there ; being * The caigo of 1 Highnefs having heen indeflirig.d;l vourii-2 to fetrle th e iircat imv-orrant a of the miniitry ; n circnniiiance which mult enJear hini co ali trnc Ivu^liihmen. Thuifday there was a fplendid levee at j outward,^ for Amfterdam, cn Wednefday Ir is confidtnrly aiurce.!, a certain No- lait, amounted to near ioc,cool. all tail- bleman will ihonly be created Duke of Man. St. James's, after which there was a great Council, which did not break up till near four o'clock. Their Majeities af.erwaids heQ; A fell erne is oh froc tor UuiJing a bridge at Court, where they continued for fome time. Same day his Royal Highnefs the Duke ting at Almack's Great Room, at which of Cumberland 4'nd Earl Temple were again were prefenr, the Earl of Northumberland,. Prelident, and the following Steward*, the Dukes of Qucenfbury and Atholj Lord George Sutton, Lord Brown low Bertie, Sir John Delavah Bart, Sir George Pigot, Ban. Sir Charles Saunders, Knight of the Baih, Sir Tnomas Wilfon, Hon. Ke net .Mackenzie, hfq; and Richaid Her.ry Alexander Bennet, LCq\ and alio the Duke of � Earl of Plymouth, Sir George Pcccck, Knight of ihe Bath, and number of other Governors. Af- Wednefday night the Right Hon. th Chancellor was fent for to the Queen1 he continued with his Ma Palace, where jefty for fome rime. Laft Monday Ja fon of th j India whre piece goods. Tuefday lait the Governors of the Mid- j zcrols the Thames, from Twickenham roRich-dlefex Hofpital held their anniverfjry mee- \ mond Horfc-terry. We hear that a club of young Ge;rlrmcn of fortune htve t.ikt'ii :i ref.>!urion ro roafl no Lady who has fo much inconf.d.'ratiOM as to laviih her money aw ay in French fop;*erks, to the detriment of her own country : and rhar rhey will not allow any woman ro he called Iw.d-fome, uniefs the .y i he required, avC?)\:!::g to the Reflation of Fo-r 1 u d^-ats; cue M^-.i L-r^r v\ hich Irts been pro v:d.\! f t t;:ar Pi.:, i:e io rough as to render 8a-(hi:;g 1:1 ci.e Machines unpleafaiit, Ma.iy new Hotdes liave been lately buik, and are d.ajy building ; treat Improvements are ma/Clan in others, c at cue LiKl^uigs may t� as conveuie' c as pofli'.'le, for the Kecepno:; of CoMi.'anj'. He jirver or ever wL'j, /jure any bxpence to procure tlie I'sovn.ons, Win.s, Tea, &c. which Ca:: by ah}' Means he Lad. 'i iie Number of Sub- feni^n co iiis AfTeu \Ay Room anx^nnced, in the Jalt Year, ;o Fn e Hundred and Fifteen, which lus greatly exceeded tha of any tbrmer S afon. Havu:ji received fo great Encouragement from the Nobihty an I  ie.-.rry, he thinks it his Duty to ack; owicC^eit w:rh ail Gratitude, arnlaflure them kf rhe 'a��e Tim1, rh.u j;o:i?ing in his Power thai] be wanting \\ hich may rrjerit theix fjcure Favour. N. R. The Water of th- Warm Bath is change! \\ ich every Ricf:er. To b LETT, And enterM upon mmeuiarrly^ 1/ AGood well accuftomed Oil MiJi, wirh convciii.'nt Water-Pwf�%D�y*: itig-Hocfe^ s"* i^arce] of A.e'.dow I>Jid tonti^uoufrVJVrt^r,t ;*ini�e a: MidnurU in SuiTes 3 late ir^t paiion of Mr. T:,oma$ Amf er. :ijy^Z] HiquiTe cf Mr. Oliver Tilbury, or Mtk RceUe, both of Miihuai aftidaid. ;