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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 12, 1765, London, Middlesex �, *- j**r on fhore, *ft*t; which bad no ibane* hoifted fail t'kaa it tfverftt and funk, whereby tbixty of thtm' w^ferc &*wncd. ailon, J- great ^limber of.the inh^biantb of ihis both ffxesy furrquickly dif-perfedL without doin.d aoy damage to the Cultocp-boufe c . , Wday^ight died the Lady of Mr. Serjea-nt Hewitt, at his bofrfe in LincdlnV Inn-fields. By the death of a gentleman lately at Norwich, i^cooh in ca�b, and is- I. per annual, becoag biigu luminous appearance wa> vifible in me HemilVheie, frotn ,Uie eatt 10 the >A'cit, wnic.t hitej ncai an.hour. O.i Saturday afce-no^n 13ti a waiger ae uaridied v1 u^ds ^ aa lowed tV.r bv' two Tlie7 wire frtim Jamaica^ rhat �be Ska* Joim HnUcfrr, Governor, o( Curtacoa* hH� ^^^^ fitfing out fimt *floi�c armed exuum, to protcft the Dmch Cbaft and Muiau4d0h�te rhemfnlr. of Sp-inifli gu^rda coibsiathe^Wefl Indies, rhe.*ereha:u� lining this year aleady fuffcrrod a lot. of above one hundred aiwl fifry thouiind doJIm liy th��a�. tore of their flaps. ^ Coinrai^pus are fail to have been received by the lafl LiffcoiT maiJ, for 8ooo �f for Portugal Some iJJicir endeiivoors to entice Rrkifll maiitiWlurers into foreign fervice, it is faiU, have been* lately difcOvered, aud cfce focctfi of them prevenied. We hear the quanriry of pot.a{hes imported this year trom die Neiv-E^Uui Goreri^ amounts ro near jooo toijf, which 'produce here bef\yeen je- and 40,0001 Iter!4ng entirely mviuo to -the encviiragement given fome ye..f s pi ft 17 the STh^rry qf At&X the Srr*nd/ Before rhe ill Of h*d been % hngle ton brought from any of out fettJemerjts. Modena, had John Sriles and Copeland Stiles, Jate of ^ndon Merdunts and Copartners, at CuiUb^jJj Loa ^houfe, "having beeji tojd of Mr. Secretary's | ^v a ei me iy ' e he'l-mgin^ o ahnve bridge, refighfng up his tauip v&ce, cas dangerous for UioiQr any mao to accept, and ihat he .h^d .wrote ^.ome, that,it would endanger the life oJUny. that, ohd, ii.being ccntfary to the rights and .privileges of �nbliihttien $ which fee.m'd to appeafe the muUhude, fo that none offered any violence, whatever their intentions may have been, agauut ms Honour, Andafter they haddifperied tnem- and the ot.icr below b.idge, frr>m Biackwall tvtrii u Kin3Vilai/s at the-To*ei:, wnen �ne latter, wuo iiad the Kcti -chance of win-, nnig, was iui> down by fome galhes. The1 affau, it is though, will teaninaie la-a fuii. in a Co loft no feives, oar divifion wa* quie; for me mgn They wrire.. from Liibqn-.of .he *oth I account. lei's ttiMi feventy poundo la/t week, on ac-coun" of larmg the price of his milk, ail j /V ^lrizcn of Thorn few invented a Morfart which may be fiied oft'in tht iuud, and which ttiwes nor fo great a ch:trge as an ordinary MuCluct. Many trials of this MorTar h^vc been m^le with fuccefs, in the prefence of his Poliftk Majefty. Tiie Right Hon. Sir John Cuft, Speaker of ch.: houfe of CamuDous, has appoinred the Rev. I Mr. Palmer to be Chaplain to chat Hart. Houfe, iu rhe room of rhe Rev. Dr. Cuft, preferred having DWrMNOs ttte mad* to Creditors...... i Paft> ltiat f6ur ftiPs arrived there on the 8t^vorteftota the Baiiias, two from de Todas Ja SaiHOi. and tha fourrh from F*�r* Mr. Elderton, of La Wf the. %ou/ng princes came to Sv/attfeii's, J^wiB^roo3yKtpblr Mai*el wards 4iocd at the OTiWoV^als^, aa* iaf ^ t>eforc aCcourii, that the endeavoyrtng to. n both fides or the river de la Plata, but that it was expe&ed thofe Fathers would foon receive a; caefk, purfuant to a plan laid down,by th^Miniftry of Portugal, ' Letters have been received in Holland, from Batavia% which bring advice, that tha Africa, a bark, belonging to the Dutch Jtalt-India Couip3oy� going to Timor* was anchor in a violent2 e JIM by ifaxai near. Lareutocka, the Porraeuefc, where thev wefe board Vauxhall, by a fingle footpad, who took from him his watch, thinecn (hillings in filver, and ni cane. On V/d^nefuay la ft as fome perfons were ) owe. coujin^ iu attend Kangfton quarter feilions, they iound a man in a failor*s habit murdered and robbed on the Kingttori-road} the Coroner's inqueft have fac on the body, and brought in their veid'd Wilful Muiderta-gainit a pcrfon or pei-fo is unknown. By a letter received iaft week from Edinburgh, by'a/gemle-tfan in Alder^aie-flreer^. we fc^e informed, thai Lieutenant LteiTvie hie x the Chapel-RoyaJ Oorifitliiahs,clTap,i�LvcMT. wW46r�tl� ^teA^ by a grrfat number fpirit^of tlie Lord i& ttere i^JUibeiiy XTord BrhcetatriedifceCword of ffiftti. On Saturday night his Royal Highneft Cumberland arrived at his floufi the Duke of Cu make flaves of the fbip's com. pany, who being in that diftr^ffed circum-itance without any relief, blew ttfemfclves and all the Barbarians up in the air, by fet- tiQ&Sre to the powder-room. tion has been fent to the Admi- tfaat on the 4th ^nAanr, the the gallows,, when Majefty's respite an O.i Friday latt a Guildhall, Weitmi meffeoger with hia.iL Abour^ OuarieV SSilwns 3^ romctaiUa; and tlJJ the ball in one of his legs, the iiege of.SrraJfuJKL Wethae�Jay dial, tht noted mother Eaih tvett^known to all the choice fpirita the Porkus of Covenr-Gardea. We hear from Ludlow in Siiropihire, that a Gentleman in that reiyW>r?nrhond .died -tii^e very Lrejy, hi coufequ?nce V-*' caring a nieft of broth boiled in a Jceulfi wl^rein cucumbers hid been pickled^ and V-rJigr^jfe had been ufetl mgiwe rhehuagreea colour. This"*is inferred'aa a caution (p'o^hcrs^ ^ Bxrrag of a Literftorn Cl^rb^fm^.titS^kj^ Abourjiin* o*cfij^i in tbt ^tr, Mo �s courfeVas froM'-Sdrsh Weft & two en .were? pa.'fi-'ry mi* tiz'? of m he.itfj fiidl^ forminf k curve itf^he Heavens, otipn.M��Sr r^rhe^.ondulitirji ; it about Sootlj*' Sunday *On jSiturday his Serene Higl^nefs the Prjndf of Brunfwick, gentleman, went an accompany by one j'Ipen ,?oWhte vj?ry p Mtayi^vver, of Wetls in Noitolk, tret. Wells, Mafter^ taund from i hence jam^urou|i^ J^cf^ j^hjji graio, about the wind a fum of money by ga fer whjbh they were fenienced to pay a fine of forty Xbi^JgSft;;.jj�efaine coutte to be imprrfoned four ; fcrKttV.|^.pan^fc�ndiif�pp�H* wt his .Serene Highnefs being fcjon thq crowd got fo much aboj^tfftm, took coach immediately an^departe^ Saturday the Right Ho^ilCountfe^ | ___ m _ jedop ihoreA an^JbMJgitfi�/gh, a# Aj[onday, After Term. 16 Tuefda*, x9 *1 Pirtftooutk^Qff. 10, On Tuefday evening^ abont nine olcS^sdc, a fiery meteor hurit fait aver this town, which was obferved to cc tiie Weii; the lightening was very tiie exploiid%-furpaffed in uoii> tht greatcit clap of thunder, Verfis |p the marriage of a YoUN� LADt W/Aa Dry-Sa lter. 29 [bturdaf* finds. r>. leopl heie (be jTunfci and with 0 ifieir ^o�f ; w