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London Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 19, 1765, London, Middlesex r- T ; following ac. �$>nt of tfte adw* THftraiibn of Ufee hofpital cfBefan-coin-does too much \bonour. to the dl* itr ; moft melancholy r�ftioa tob* refuted mefit*. rtgara 10 ihe. etocattw of and the trieans the' moderate the'expences of the houfe, jr. Burnell, Only fon of Mr. Burnell, an enjittent Bricklayer and.BoikfcV, �"n Greenr ftfeet, I*iceirerJfields? was afBttipg in pulling1 down fome old hottfes ra the: above ftre�, the party-wall fell down, and lulled Mr, Burnett on thefpot,' being crufhed ai-jttOft codpieces: 'Sdrae>lab6nrers were taken o4Tof th* ruias, and carried to theMtd-dlefcx hofptfal, fp much bruffcd- that their lives are defpaiEed of. The\afcove gemieinatr was about twenty-fix years Old, and next* "heir r6 a^omine of ahbut'rc^opol' Thursday' iniqftaitfg a perfon^ f to W*n Vea* WMeiaay laft aiarge^Bsar was rb&ftfd whole .tfftt ftwhfch'a great r&tiiW of fpefta dWex, who isno enjoy ^ the emohnnsi Se#etaryfhip from the date of Mt> appdihrmenc to the coOcm*/ and that die profits ofrheRcceiverflxipof the land-ta* Tor Middle-fex for tj6s> are to be accounted forty the^ iSiicTMr. Amyand to the Chamber of London. A bill, thenwre effeOually to eafcrce.the laws againtf bribery and corruption at the election . of* Me/nbcrs pf Parjiameiir, will, it is fitjd, be brought into the Houie of Coimnoiis n?xtfeflion*\ It is fatf that a fewre penaljy -will-be inflicted aextfeflibn of Parliament on all Baker* Xvho ftiall-be found guilty of makin^their bread fhort of weight, and that extraordinary encourage- be given 40 informers, by wbofe U*ans they Ihali be cbreded. Wedrtelda* fe^night as William Maibn, jo !&� of lrreligio^ intisrittyV and � 4ie*ewetlie.ifouir^ V^f this licentioufi fefiion. immijffil^ jis' \**U sis H'ag- Ke*fia0.}iWttN jxk zealouftjr *^fcemfelv6>~ e on; t * !1?^en; ^.ey are. .ten- #r twej^ %t?>r^ per annum, tbe^Ero-^^S^e.^VlinneP, and affe^--mm^ortioi) to their age and y^miiMs are brought up to tending * . and all fons of rural 2 '� On' Wednefday liftJ ca hau, a remirkabfe atfetri when a deiler near Bethnal green was tried lmg;cwo coach'fcotteVto Joh n and tire^ion to ffipply the ukl/atiY by the produce of tioemakers Adr* refti^e; when, aftqr'a trial of -$94 Moore, he mWfotoA guilty of defrauds toexl^e above John dreuon, �fqj .Tutefife* nightVwo Highway men,, well mounted, one on a black gelding, the of. v. r .� i" j __ IT - *r>d the thief is not yet apprehend man taken into cuftody by Sir John Fielding's people, being disordered in his mind, had been roving about the fields and road three or four days, bu* proved to be quite innocent of the matter, and was accordingly difcharged.' Thurffiay Margaret Lindfey was committed to N�w Prifon, ClerfcenweH. fce being charged on oath (in company witb't^o pot iaJcen)^foT lcncid,rO>bing Je-temiau Parlett; apprentice to^rtradeiman in ~-r = r-- Saofc *ear Rag^Fa% ;&Venfm^^a^iHWrr ionel ope or the Gentlemen Waners w her Makfty 1 5 t^ojinfiitt, appointed Rod. ofr^oringrhottfe jn Irei yoon&r m&TaKXtcd�,t Stefrafey-cburch, i� tfe^ Haml�^ii tiade, to a*i8tn�, oLBow near Suat- from the Mediterranean; they are fcuilcin the �^iaer''oPtfaoftat-Tb.Qlou9 and had no namer on tbefc Items. They add, the Ge-noefe are now building feveral caare men of war and frigates, oi> contra^ for the French King. We htz* thai fi?me (urtber complaints of the enro?chmeht* iof the French on the .banks of Newfoundland : were laft week received from Cbmjnodore Paflifcr. chief on i I that ftatioa Thty write from Ph/mooth, tha arereceived there for taking off tl in his Majefh/'s dock-yard. The ewter i� put in there with a Jinail fmuggling Lord AMtrsaftle Hi the dis^te, daughter to-Sir Roger Tw?fden� ^rlradbourh indent, Barr.^e- Arbury, aie. Mini Sciily lift of' Sir Richard Kewdjeaie, of Arts c.:j and^mdtlier of Sir JCoger Newdig Birr. dh*df the Members $t the fitj 'Oh iMtifat diea,'in a very advanced ^r.^Abratiaia Tafcn, a -Weft-ftdia ft&rchant of Hafdigd, at Motilfey &ti cohfioerable Gflhco-printeTS w \ch Dtifhewte baa aco^ttrtd _^..,e|!at WshoMtn Piftopf. , r,lfrpam^C4dle1r. Surgeon, ^ttork ;'M&$6een Wed but t*ro ilght died,' at his lodgings $m lie went for the Mr. Graddocki ufe of Commons. M i|V; Bu�{erx a Queen �foijare; W**e' " tbty writeJton? Oaenbagen, . that tuc wc a jraeof the hi the Strain of Gil*- x^caVf%�.Bjench.'fixate,' ^r, prerencethat (he was p>ing. ,to %jfly. rhe Barhary Pirates with warlike.ftotes, is likely to ecoTiOn great coolueO between the two Courts. The Paoes; alkdgepn their part, that as (he was not feii-ed on the coalU, and the port of fale, to \yhtoh fhe wasbomid,. was not blocked up, the French ha4 no manner of right to make prize of her. ' jgpiaejetters from Amflerdam fay^ thacneiir >three^tnillions of dollars were juft imported there frpjn Corracoa and St. Euflatia. the prodngrpf their lucrative trade hi tht Soattift WefrVrnW has who with a,, with the'�v*rt?f pbic eyt trace^ him.thrtiujKh ^Ji l^k know what the fjftrit 6f vengeauoe far from thinking thai'the general ^ttM^p^' tedto thofe who^ \me hauiihcil, for bdtpg eon-ceriftd in the cqnfpiratfy of iTX^v^l^ft01^ ani ilrengthen union tif& ; by Wending hilar with thar illiterate, illiberal, obfeure, eVil creature, who wallows in debauchery at --: ; Who, marked by protcftive nature, \valks ob-noxioiu to the ftarftil world, not only from this 4>erfonal hint, but. his pVj&e, impudence, and fnllv  his deceit in alttu^iiW the tarred ch4rkc your couicious felves enjoyed aud nouriflied, unfufpedtcd, the lucrative, truculent demon, oii the innocent banks of (he placid Tyne ? Theft are truths, which, perhaps, the fallidious creatures may, dctefted, nor defire nor attempt to refute j as faffs are moft indelicate,' ftabborn, ioipolite things. Thefc jierKdious nten, not content with their frequent exadtion and barbarous oppreffiojis of the poor in London, are carrying thofe- commendable methods of profit and loft into tnrtr 4w> bamleu  tenacious even of their oppreflion 1 whilft big with cfonfcioOs fear ac the darling accnmulariog heap, they and rhpmfelvcs to: defend rheir iniquitous roeaibres, by that power which they queht, in-jdftice, tci frel the'force.Qf, rheir guilty lelves. The irtnare atlerfUon theft braVe Pitmn poi^ fefs for-their bountry^. and the gre^t reverence for fome admifed and popular charadjers ainongflfc �ifeeif'* -yfitito Bladwt) would have had tfiein to anvL terms fjp&tlfw Isjrd^ latter; fat ^heil^ of intereft i^U, w5h matcldef^aMdacity^ mounr the roftxqm to. har^ngte^bageli, .c^m deft people 1 he* who, in. could, with a flagiripa^ he�n> releurlefs znAitntffo^ ing in his alias, and expire, in private,.a,wJB* luig lacriffce to his curferj, t^ptstcedenfeiaml}!-* (JOU.-S-O ! what an Aiigel-viiUm ! ayiiofe ureftrvation had don� fum eternal:hot O! what a tranicendant, adamantine v>liain! When fuch a man mounts the roitrum^ ned aud alas can he avail, comec with ail his impotent elo*juenc? ? 'lis 'the refpedl and emulation of a virtuous example, and-the perfuafive power of its native laugiug*, not the vehemence of unintelligible bombaft, that we admire, and iviih to lead us. t: :ard rue A Meeting, by Adjournment #f tfa^riff^ ul tees for Repairing the Eafhrn Difirifbtf the Turnpm Rmd, leading jtem ft* JPatttim* Mills on iJottfiflou; Heath in the Ctynty of Mrddfr* ftxy jtf a Place called BaBfloibm? new tbt'Btim of Bagfbvt in the Paffb ofWitetltftav County of B^ry, wlh be kte*?fi0tetxefdt the a'y*Jb h&ani, at tyk .jCkck An. the, Boronoon, at the King's Bt*d at ^ Turner, Partnerftfty of Ji es ancf kI Tea frying a-Io^: ter of a Gentleman, and only into a generons pifl�5i� Matyimony^ by that fp^cicMisappeaiaiTce tue caftingoff pha: difcoveiing. whateve JEfervjamin, Backhouil W^oiilta^Wiheaothln^ I be$ to1uxwtot^v:Tiri6uls, arid the Public in ral, mat I hive "eoctod into Pajrnerfhip Mr. Banhoiomew DaWfon, Grocer and Deader, at the Tea, Cheft ar�J Sugar hf*� NewgaterStreet; whe^e the JfaxumM** their Commands wifl be. ratet^% ^ta*w Iedaed.'and faichfidly�xect�edi by J . Their molt obedient hurtSerVSmt; Nem*U-Str*rt> ^ (For Pafi*>er and Self) rA n. 1-76?. BKNK .HACSSHOUSE.' with of doih; fta/that Wevfl m^r rtfqit therefrorft ^* " 'ftj^r-W^Jefeiff geoduha* can \* ..... �Geaoa fay, that Pafchal f^aolij j^iief ofM^econtei\is in Corfica, died^cliertlately, after an iadefs.ti�p�Ijr three >fder^(f pme oft ami' tits Royil wai problred ^iUli^.M^iiifei; Efili, bcin& appoint rjGds^al of tlje cuftoms iii the roon ofihte: ^: M^lievin*� 'we ftt uifocmed th faid Pofttsto be exequni by^CpmaMffion, unti Mr. BAdUfla cah be 'fpaeilkoB* the Tr-eafur jjoari Avftae\t is fi* Sw^p^j ^hei fright the eye/ naufeate the fenfe, diftraft the mind, and'break the heart* .The veracity of this needs no attention: yet nnredrelTed, tpider this vicious, abandoned man, liveinoft of youf defpouding Pitmen in piteoos'Tabjeftion! But if the verutility, flattery, and corruption,' of fuch a wretch can prevail, over the faculties of t mines O U ii___ NOTICE is hereby givtoil faitereft Money for the of the Wahitenance of the P� _ -due at ^Jtaelmas, will be r^'W^W �Elvia, Tre*jtwr, at Mr. lUfltasdLffi^P^O^ /St^Bmker, in the a^^aW�afe. HblidiVs exeeflid i and will conctftartpvp?. f?aid anotnl 5 it^fi p&v t^^Wutn^ until the irieiHlly hand of time . featt reif^Y? t barriers happiness plenty ; wh5,"tb. enrich \hemfel �4ocf. y oV'j^aV^rhif^ a rn^rNew8fifcfand^noortoTin^ Ta be fold, zt % Lahore Oi&tofjl***? Sharer aavd Chance^ % 'it a*-' 4' .-.iV I f 1 .rf ;