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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 10, 1765, London, Middlesex m v t * ' w 15 iC* 4 -"-VSli t r NUrfBb. 5922 1 -/ * r *  .j [Price 'Twopence JH&f-^oijriy 0#.� 4 E-RDA1T. arrived ihe ^Eiil of^JLiiipjl^ Cap*. Hjcriwiel^roln Chiua, - havi% lofl her > inkeo-inait. a?id 'mainyar4, and rtf-=c"eived other ^daiaage in her fails and rig-' ;�ing.. , .-. Portfmo*tkkO�. 10.- BatclielAr's.beJighl, Wbite, from ;_______^. At ^ytithead, the Ducch maa 6f Var, with ttie Boreas, and Egtpont. Deal, 03, iq. Arrived, a�d failed fo� the the uku of w^-i-tlie Pitt iMamai] ffiejJdqtiip, - Vertttef, for,�adcw � a�tl all the bwwalrdtbpmid as before. Hlfiai S*. W- ' . M'Kibier, ix'ora Breweu^ Ann �adt-Miuy, German, and HopeMrel^ t^lftw,, fi[ora, FjMd�-rickftadt.; Panic, Randall}^mt^Sl^th, iBuchard. afiid Archer, |�m;, T>fm a^ain dieclareS JLordT Steward of ote'Houf' holdV lift Jariuai1^ ij44-y, Lord . de"nrofr11ie Gotfncil^: aq4 m^De�emoeF� l7fQ* atgafn Lord Lieutenant of Jrelacndii On 2.9th of Marchj i.755� his- ^fcace ppointed Mailer of the Hoiti tp his Prei %e iouoaated to tte lite Lor4^MariftiaU Scotland, -when h1s,Lonlftip W|s Go3rei blertiao came-'orer to Brfialn. this, iear the iaAgUlrate n\e I^^f^^'P^l^.rf.inidJjg he^could tior bear*'bis ^ oftheGovewmtiu at NaiJtcs Lordihip company, alrhougb eatneftly QUdited,. which. imDw feems. be defies Mai accom Jo- im Lotdftlptnar- fieSL Elizabeth, diaghi^ot/ept^iit^Qa Walter PhlHp Caliy Scotland Orders are feat -to Ppafqaoath, for the mett of war tWefiuiflg our for fea, tjptake on bpa/d "their Full cora"pie%"nrpf jaeh/ Ic hlaid they are defttnetftoleli^veother ifaips ^.^^^ �^fc6oinr girt.M account of a Z**� bavusg>ri>e�i> rmd? rh^rc of a very of Honour to Queito Alfrne, and J uons. X^dydf tlie Bedchamber and Miftrefe of xhi Kpbes to Queeft Caroline^ vifiiom her Grace ftfved in thofe {iofts wiuin Prince6 Waie^. ami^repf^fetfted the >Queen of Bobernia, as Gioditiother' ro William, now Duke of Cumberftod. His Grace had ifloe as foirows; : 1. Lady Anne, who died pn the , March, 1710-21, in the. xith year of her age, z id of 2. Charles Earl of Middlefex iUi, 4fr ' ancr cra Harrliba, frc ihe of Febriu^�'j7'i^-'id^her faniey eirclTofsjir Mem-*ef -ci6%rK�&Bm fcrEttttQr�)ftea-i and in * 'Lord of ihe dehiAibeir-id inade in JW^fties  came. fr; a,ha] the Thurfday thek Gfacef^.he Date and Pec*mbeP-i,Ti6. wafe married to Tfio'rpas . ..lii^E^^tbiFhoufe' jn 'Berkeley ^wirki^j^T^unx*^ feat, ^ Kiajbo^ vi v " '8�w, fos- vhe ^mafj^ine Jtar. befoj'ej his Lprdftliu- ik^s^ai AV^yinoutW, but die4* June 19, 17^9, Wbiki beraeeung LafdrfoWn-jPhilip SackviUe, born J *. 1 � %.Gre^t. Bdokbam i a Surry, to her houffe. WTeiicififday eyening the Hon. Thorns iPonete'auV Efqj carue to town from his fl^t at Sadbury ir^ Sun'olk, to his houfe w cid ' Paiace-yaTd, Wettminiter. ; ' fcis 6r#* Lionel Sripfidd SackvilJe^late Duke ofc#orfet, &c who died on Weil- " ;]'att at his-feat at Knowle in was born for'TaiiatwotPr/, in-17$4ned Jrv out Jaft) , Jan, f8... ;|p�7^Gaftk, and Warden and Admiral fe^yfi^da^ier of John Eafl Gower ; by vjpvm be has'a fon, John, and a daugh-ter: f. Lord-CjeWgt,�bo>n Jan. z Ws Lo&UpWlfed at of King George 1. bore tH ' On the lith 2 nd ia Ja j Cutonel of j-heKingVregirneni of Can \ neefsj and, Secretary to the Lor4 Lie ! nant of Ireland in. of Jvlajeity'sPiivy Courtcii' in that kingdki the nd eleventh Parlidroents of i On-*he-.3d'ofSep- ninrh, t,enth, , Ur,ea^ Bruaw.ra.nd.foi or twelfth Par Uame n t tember� i7S4> he married Mrfs Diana Sain-bipoke, feepbd/^aughtervond oo-heirefii of Joh'h .ambro6ke,. Hqv brother to Sir Jeremy .^anabfooke, of, Gabioni Bar^ f June foilpv*:-ing, was declared to be one of the Lords jUltkes of Great Britain, cwhillt hi� Ma-wfty we at to Hanover ; as he was again At the corotetion of Kine George II. he was Lord. Steward of-the kiottlhoM, and beii^g appointed Lord High Steward of Eng .land, on that foiema occaiion he borUpetre, imported into the Aultrian. Ne- iherlands. ... = . . ,,  ^'e celebrated Mr. John Jardes Routteau, in that the. fea coail to the Northern part f>f eji�W�i to carry *n a very pnlieions tr^ffick Lait wecK;was- married at ^5c. Margaret-'s i fc-^^ $AWehWW'>, Miffer of- th ThfqeXraiies Inn, aj^-oa'e of -*he aldermen c faawtKvn, to Aiifs Wxighf, of -LamOerh." �m La ft dktf fftaJl ca^fes of bjandy^ had beeindjow oh Ihbreon (hat coaftj from whencet&eyMnfer that Tome imuggling reiiel*4iad been Wft. , Lait-week"a foi^ure of Frfioch ?filfe, to the value of fool, was made in Sphaifeldfi, at 'Little Chelfcju llr m 47idken, Off* of-tbt'&frhidizCpm- tOTJjcV of jiogJs .haie be�n cfefrtud- houf*. \ * Itanding c he "great jtenty of'cattle a'i Smrth- field-maike^ for fopie wee^i* ^nd that proper Il6ps are forming, to - pfeyent ih|^ g^OArving evil. The Rev. Dr. Traile, promoted Ho. ah Iriib iiiftoprick, is Succeeded itf'the rivinfe df Welt Ham, fn "^Bgjf, wottli joo^l. * by the Uev. Mr, Warner, fon of the fgmfe iina Ik trifle o fligbr take,] Fly ify 'titci�e^ ami 'ot,h�r' jratkft Chelfe^-and-hu nan, retnrnliig-Trom -gfiMpg- Keaiington, bind m bc�� him year, by ftevvDr, Warner, and g Preacher Taviitock chapeJ. On Tuefday Sir John Tyreji, Barf. Heron in ElTex, prefented the Rev"; of Pet er rAranda, B. A. to the vicarage uf/Moupi? neHBhg in the faid countyv am* dioctfe o\ London, vacant by death. , Qn V(edhefdaa la ft tb,e ReV, Mr. Pinck-i ney,.Sab^Deanof St.. Paul's,, w.a> prcje^ed hf, the X)ean aad Ghapterv theneof, j.o- ehi Jrvmg�of �dtnontcai, worth tovl. perann..' Wednefday even'in^:w3s^inarrie.di at St. " church.' Hanp.veV^da|ei. b| ^ev.'br'.tot i�JSli?fy rtrm\^%f? Mem :nt,for the city 'ofeCan on tntf latr^-niukiito gjme r?^fe^ Spoken extempore^ on hearing of�� VCl4ik>,- -.damghw of W of Brentford^ J>:. . ^aiel^ cfifdat.cbe Q-eoides, Mr-Aathony Malcome, Mei^haut, of ih,jc iiferid., " . Sunday iail died,- at his feat at Cra*ibury fa'tiampfhrr&t'Thfoma^ t-ee L>imtxier,-tfqj -Meinberof Parliament for Newport in the Jilc of. \Vi^ht, and. Paieni. Clerk of tfffe iii eat Watdiobe. , � A few days 'iince died, at Knightlbridge^ -Mr. David Otaddock, one of the Cfierks ;belonginp to tfi� Hon. Hoyf^qf Coni.tfibns, this* Day ^at ptice(Ien : Tmr'ipofa'pUigedand '* ' A Qhfidient bHnbleStrvjfrfi I Steft: 5?^ defcended mous and eminent Divine in the iatt'Cemury. W^dnefdav ntetit died Mr. W of 55 years. Thurfday died MV. AVilfoh, an i Drug^iit facing the Manfion^oufe.^ On Monday lait one Mary'Frfiema?^ ment fii-int 10 a Refoluttw j>f . tkt General Ccurtyk&d per Ce&wp,-pe*t  the-fitid own BflfetlJc /*i id^. Cmifanj }s Bond*"* ri td"avt, in Grzyh Daniel. npw Ji-rf tleau-.-when and where he ^ed, ihali b^ revvarkl jSjah i'and, in ;Jirf latter'Pare 'ot* JfiS Life "is "faid to ha yejbeeit much rjedirted, and to have'li\ed either in xiie l/irjvor- ^tcar  Gofcljefter ta.hflei. - -" : - ^ 3) who, it is faid, foon viflit �n�land bxated. Piraneli. They write from Ja�uaca, .that a. Dutch flpQp very rich in European* goods, from Cm- ratcai, is taken by a Spamih guarda cofta near the Maud of Trinidad, and carried to rlie Ha- vauna. We hear that Mrs. Greuviiie, an accoropUflj-ed JjngUth Lady, wife of MT.Grenvifle, lie toiih Artbaflador kt thePorte^ has /oioied a eoUc&on t\\ere of v�y valuable nredaJs. They write frooi Dobjiiv j rhnr the/ iar^eft aXbmiaioiu have been received rtiere forlnlh proviiions, within theft frw days, to ht fhip- pedTfor the Weft-Indies, tluieyer was knowa armory 0/ ^ 4 IO Si* M U^f3> From  die'-?rofs-K^i in Aiitrover;1 {Laving taken ihe X^Jiijte^pLirt^tnn in. M'hrf.tiiich, H*mplhire', "which-Jnn,is -jioiv eom^etely retired, a?i,cbiiea,tly Afiiilhed, fuperior to '�nj BEGS Leave to acd^ipt fhe Nobility, Oentry, and,others,traveJiiiiM tJw g�ac mer?y ufed the Jkid- Inn, ^r^1^ ^^ho that thev may depend upon the niO(F gerttee] S3^^'J civil Tmtmenr; and rS Favours *'Ui be gratefully acKuowle-Iged I,  Their moil obedient huuibJe Servant, Joseph Mi7�OArf n � Neat Poft Chaifcsj and able horib. ;