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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 10, 1765, London, Middlesex baflador ittawd Tiere al/ont ttrehre days ago, Ttie ficte " " rbe pfegw in thi* city dinainiflieJ evcty day.  /  St.Jamefs^ Stf. io. iaft Sunday,'about ____ fix o'clock in , *e tnorning,;bls �oyal Hfghuefs'theDake ofYprk, and their Royal and Serene flighheffes the Bsk-ditary Prince .and Pruicefs of Brunfwici, landed at HarwieH ftomiiollind. 1ft t|ie eyen-Sng^e Bake of York. arrived at'his PallwMali; /Ana Iaff night the Pi Princeis of Brunfwick arrived at i meats ^te his Royal Highnefs the Dafa terland**." ~ ahf opptftunities for either(ridj--ctHlng- or abotfog ttiem; though on preten-. fipns the moft groundlefs j for none are fo hateful t6 men of evil pradice^as rhofe I papers. Mh Ma*well does trandldate for the Jiving of Colne Er in ElTex, lately vacant, as mentioned \ i Avhoa^ honourably; for boneft nor mofc hatertheir oppofiiesj fhao pofitcs- 4o thera*  It ii^y trulf ^.TM^r^ba^' *h?:- i'pdepeii-denr, wife, and gop^ pan of ihc naUoi? do approvevof what has been dqhetyi^e (Sty of London; being fully fenfifcte, that there are meafures needful to become eitablifhed, on which the fitjire piofperity and.lafety is nation muft depend i of which., if Citizens of London are las well c0U� have a&ed cbhfiftentlv with theirowfci Monday night the wife of Mr. Kin-ley; Spring-maker in Cold-bath-fields, was fafely delivered of two fine,boys and a guJ, who are all likely to live. They were the fame evening chriftened by the names of Abraham, Ifaac, and Rebecca. / pnFriday laft died at Hackney* aged 8c, Daniel Deverr, Ifq; years a Coramiffioner of his Majefty's Navy. Laft week dted at his feat at Harble-Dowp, near Canterbury, Edward -Chappe], "~�KDS be made to Gre&ttrs. Odfe o. Heory "Cooke, "how orlSfte of Orroft jffS�.COHaty of Lancafter, Woollen*dn. AeOld^pffee hoiifcii? MancbeftSr.'- � Abraham Ford, bf Coilbuaoicda^ ^conncy of Salop, Irofl-tnafter, rfaeSfeff NOK' ^.William. Bn.mly, hce^f Joole, Dor  fttihiK, I4aett-draper, at fituldhail, Urn L O N D ON. . On Monday night their Serene) _ fes- the Prince andPrinsfetk of Brun/w^fe fypped with his-Majefty .at theQaeen^fa-, iace, and .afterwards reriied ro ihe!apati ments:pi�pared for thenl at St. Jarae^fc" [ 1 Tuefday,morping her RoyaJMighne$s the Princefs Duwager of Wales, aodafti ishe JLoyal. Fa raily., w eni; to Sr. Jameses, .to comp^traent their; Serene Hi^hn^fles the Priflceand.frin.cefs of Brinjfwicfc ori their ftfe-arrivaLr asdid aifi* fcferal of the No i ' Sunday laft died Mc. Thomas Harris, an eminent Silk-throwfter in Mafun's-court, Brick lane. On Monday laft died, aged 50, Mr. Tho. rXaw, at his houfe at the �}road San&uary, "Weftminfter. ' ' �r.lQtL Monday night a man,- who was ftandin^ rear the Queen's palace lo fee the it*nnceand PrrnceCs of Brunfwick, by foxne he carriages went over hi he was fo much T m. % r 0 'j / - Taefday^er J Amelia came to atowti, and;^^.^tfit]to jh^^feiita^Frwee.and Princefs of Brunf- wiclu-rajii afterwards returned to Gu^ne|f-; bruifed by the accident that he died next he Tuefday a Thames at �2e& fiairs dretfed. but it is not Hcno of 4 � 1 ^ 1 Tuefday as Mr. Maning, njafler of the Buii-and-mouth inn, was going to take an airing, he flopped his horfe on a fadden to let a woma�,. but uhfprtuhaiely the horfe fell dowq, by which accident the wiefe paid another villi; stt the ^ueeaVpalace,- urhere bovetwo touts.. Ma e, vi- one 1 Mopday laa;\ViUtam White, a J Baker, was coin , .3 . ,-neyjtaan. uaKer, was1 committ�id to the rhit,E^ve Qpxjte J Qatehoufe, Weftminlfcr./for committing a likew lly^dretTed of-the jdeftipif,^^. ieft to acWrefs, .orpettuonxhe throne, _and ha^.been tifuil for Corporattowap xept e/enr, in^reires,.their Xenfc .n�-State.jncafiires, eiihet **prefcly or Jjy, impiicatwn. w.heie Hereditary Priaoei>4^4r9^� # r v-. - - ,r . Nat-, can ibis�iimev has given Jtis&mz fome ^eat ofl^e: tylaniia;ugh} eiuW, our trade .hert, e^tckUy f^Giim, fl4S lately dinjiitiftittl greatly. There are ,,0tv twelve /hips kiiliin* in tfa-n�r ft* rhc fervid hlxnrM* Lft it d;a CompHhy, ihofl qf which wiJ] ^ . iatinch ia nme for failing the end of this rear They wnte from PenkroU, that a New rromCayeufle arriml there : th�y deL� to fettle and uke the a,,h� of Jlcgiui to hS Buranjuck Blajclty. - They write from ConbetticiiN Miat Board of Correspond to raiie the durit^L wl,4i,uwloIls equip the Enghii, nuffioald near Ware, rlioiigliion a feorc&ing hill, that'fe-veral-of the ears contained .30. graias ai!d (lp. vyanS, ^and t wo ia; ^ticulir' j.rodoced i r --- ---ivjiu lu of five.afls, in the Daniffi Jan -! �pon:|tjch i^lapooied to.itnpiy any. reneqion on ^Ad^ntouon, whojiave not 'lany pnbli� .meafures of impor-4i4ic ^arnnainied with. More Mopday eveniogr about-fcven o'cloc^i a geotietttan- was^6pped neav Gtanf6�d-bt id^ iipdh Hpunflow-heaih, by a footpad atjned only .with a fickle, or rdaping^ttook,"who gratus t heaf from that'fiiey have wthelfle oF �]y, Iwgun. to cue t>arley jmd-&u ns as tnis.iNoble5tan, %t the;^4fe,ya* f^boata w�k ago attacked the; j&tte genH tmejof lifei awlp^mb^wSi very good 'rodijce-'abour fi j^vetbetfeardof miop^r ^ eafures than have iof Mafpr 1 - xu^i,, and cobbed - jlf?:ttp; in aTfiotber * pdit-cbaifi l) -A aadJi&PP^a^1 fae$& talcen, ara^unnrftUauy auow^eaio ff^iuiUeVand ttje^efore to hint, That SS^JWoiis had ,not .eftablilhed e^^^^^^eias tended.loiSnder h�s aiowy^ ^^ppi;afld ^rioqs, was hfeing^o *iP^r^than has long.been S^t^^Jtibeiiatioii^. and, fuch meafures be- tMAij. *kAir.firmilH evert .their ut� came verence to the Kin^Md will to the ^i r - They wr�t^Wtipf!adtrJof the-rft in ftant, tharri-aaaffiagfe, conira^^hafM SQO . abiHties in fuppQ�itig *em>;w* fio,;�or.e than whaf.^y, mtght inifttatioo, ,wh u^hter *f't:he.f)tffce bich wcmld ^fiib^ ac at.the^Ele&&r- ^^^^^^ J ^^^^^ ^ h^petghbourhood, to4$e inftanrly iaijed together^beat of drum, aiftenter pj)op a puflujc, io;timt it is imagined'thfi bffeflder -^itnot^lcapf tlile A^ICLJ&S tf/I^TlStl.ttGENCE, Gt*.>fr*k  7Ar: PaSTSCRJ cjiurcers an acre, one with rtw$htf. jlwughoot the1or� *Qn^ dayj-Idft'-veekasthe^S^Worapoft-coach ^^nitjig onrdfVFie Jiiiv^afd at Swkd^' ic ^n:pCcf *a toy aU)yr,iUiie -yews of ags >vi�'to much horrj rbar he died on So^'^y ]a(h h. "few 'days ~agcf was. carried thro' New-murker, a br^e codiu breaft hi^h, th^ which.i&madc to open like a door j ic was m-tdc for, a gendemalf of Stfetch�v6�h Wr rhHt pi4Ce who is ac prefenc'ili-k sood lia.te nf h^ir^. ' Jid of Tuefday i -1; Wention Itisfaid^ t-s, .our H^hnefs the Prince of take foreft;4>- -j' >ti3 J-.^^-:^ ;ror� won upwards of 400]. in-becis, thefecxind day of .kjS-Barnet races ; and rlur h� m^s a fiandfc�ne picfent ro an otUer of wiim, whom he^fc With him, to inform him Tin art jdzic'ic, with York' wiirforac tour ilavev ' rhere,^^ :haye-been i l ^oDWi^ Mie 1 ft! inttahr: She fpdke ] commem, di wnich bis-Highnefs will taie the route of Copenhagen .and Wurfaw. .. W> are afliuredthat his Royal . Highnefs the ; Dnke 6f Glducefterj- in his tour" thVo* Honirnn^ to Pl^moutb, cbmmrfcracing the iyihappy dif- rrefsof the poor fuSVrers rl#?e by. rheJ-tce dread-1 vfiitfite,' was gradoiifly plea fed ro caufe rd^be k. ^ � , 9th hi the-Wood of Fr a1 THE VINERIAN PROFJgSSOR Mives,rhK.pu(dic Notice,\pmfaanr to the Univeriu*"Statute) that his Couxfe of LEC-TURgS^on-the Laws of Ehgt,a�d, !�ihg cbe Jaft which he-prdpoies^w read, wiU begin ov�Thnrfi}iy the xorh of Orfldber, ac the How bound ^o Lhboj^ and J Monday Hughes Minet,' tfqj was una- nimouily'eieded Mayor 'for the town aqd pori of-.Dover, forthe ycac^hfutnk. 0 / *. * Squday-was tparriedi afSt.^o&revii �o, at fehe rime he made a Vifit to him, .with *pletc colipftion of his worksj I with Turkey leather, wit)i' gilM?aves Pactnerfllip of J JL Benjamin" Ir is faifi that a. i^ednehon of rne peitftogs !the 'Cxnl. Lijft,. *�oJl be - eiitk^nw#tr3 : be p^SSi^i^ tvte ***** fu IbrcMigbc about ne^-fetfi^h of;^