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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 25, 1764, London, Middlesex POST, �few WI^NESDAY, ApRife:2^ to FRIDAY/April 27, 1.764. [Numb, iofJa- T HIT ft S fc&t, L O�*t\P-1& N. Was to fail for Pondidb^j^ iatt^^jtt| this month.. , . � *~ - S&^ktitettltont^ fcpv^rafi af 50 isak�4p.^:^M^i'-W^^, ^Uoufand perfoiw were twae and comin��i> the dwiw'fooil; irdbmuch that guards me fceen obliged to be fixed at the gates, to bimnr them ffe�m puling into die town; andin*)F-dec to keep them as quiet as poffiwe,�dtftri-bution is made every day over the w*fo> ofa "Certain number of ounces of bread for eagh perfon. ^ Letters fi;om Leghorn, on Monday, advUe, that corn fold^teere.for ;1. tos. per quarter, a thing not feme^lbered By the olden man tfr-; ing. , ; . The famejeiters teartght advice of the ar-i jrival there of the Elizabeth with com, from' Hull. � '; . Saturday laft 9,695 quarters of wheat and; flour were fliipped oif for Portugal. " j On Saturday feveral lighters were loaded) lit tfcf ^^wexrwharf wWw^^tFiron.acfc; ^lfaac1er*^q offier military ftores,. which were1 put on J>oard veffels bound to Penfacola, and other parts of our new acquisitions in North-America. , - : � The report continues, that fix or feven more General Officers, befidesGen. Conway, have been difmiiTed thefervice.-fWhenVefpafian commanded a Senator to give his voice a-gainft the intereft of his country, and threat-enedhimwith immediate death if he fpoke on the other fide; the Roman, confcious that the attempt to ferve the people was in his power, though the event was ever fo uncertain, an-fwered with a fmile,-" Did I ever tell you that 1 was immortal-My virtue is in my own difpofal, my life in yours; do you what you will. l?m�Hdo what I ought: and if I fall in the iervice of my country, I fhairhave more triumph in my death, than you. irt all your laurels."] On Tuefday laft the Lord ArcKbilhpp of Canterbury entertained twenty Engliffii and twoirifhBilhops at dinner, in his Grace's palace at Lambeth. �, , . An Ha-ha wall will be made this fumrrier, pext the King's Road, in the Gardens belonging to her Majeliy's Palace, after the manner Of that in Kenfington Gardens. . The navigation of the River, from Godal-ming in Surry, to Guildford^being entirely compleated, feveral barges failed from thence yeiterday morning for London for, the. iidt time. � ' i ' - �  ,! We hear from Woreefter*. that the plough j invented by Mr. John Rofs, of GrinQey, near that city, which is contrived to work without a man to hold;it, is fodi^r upon the ftricleft: examination and trial, made by perfons well; (killed inAgriculture, to anftver in all refpeeks I and in,aU4orts of land j that it works eafier for the horfes, and day than can poffibi method j and that and oif a more em can make thera witJ; it may be let wb| more ground in a neby me common: rows are. ifcraiter, b, than any man raon plough; t"hat deeprOr (hallow, wide qr Harrow'; and that the timber neceffa ry to majtett is^Jb^iard or difficult to be as for common TRACES, :STING,. O's filly beat Sir James lot fey Mirza, 2000 t beat Mr. Turner's tt^^utus, 500 guineas; colt, **& Wbther ' A fweejrfbifces, Lora^prthumberland's filly belit J^d . :\: cok4*Jp^et, beat^^r^w^e^c^^ut filly Mydear 1 5ir*"C. SedleVs iilljf Lovely, 100 guineas, play or pay. Mr. Pantbn's pay colt beat Sir J. Lowther's bay colt, 700 guineas. His Royal Highnefs the Duke's Dumplin, beat Lord �G$fvenor*s Panglofs, run for the �whip and 200 guineas, play or pay. Mr.- Vernon's Fribble,' beat Mr. Barry's Spinner, 200 guineas, half forfeit. Mr\ Grevxle's "Merlfton beat Lord Marche's Victory, 300 guineas, play or pay. i - Fifty-pounds for fix years old, wt. 8ft. ylb. and aged 9ft. one heat, was run for, and "won by Mr. Adam's chefnut horfe Bumper, 6 years old, gdt by Shakefpear. Sir J.. Lowther's chefnut mare paid forfeit to Mr. Vernon's Hermione, 8ft. one raHe, 200 guineas. Mr. Crofs's horfe Julias Caefar, beat Mr. Mackanellv's horfe Vkriol, 40 guineas, play of pay, and 60 bye, play or pay. They write from Edinburghj*that two children of a Whip-maker, in the Cannon-gate, having been bit in divers places by a young kitten, of which they were very fond, had, in a few days after, difcovered evident fymptoms of the hydrophobia, or aveifion to water. Dipping in fait water was found ineffeftual ; and, in the general coiifuiion of opinions, fa-Hyation was propofed and put in execution, which happiiy fucceeded, and both the children are now reftored to found health. Vefterday morning a man, Who kept a green-ftiop in White Valley, Chan.cery>l?ne, went to an Appthecary's^ mop; an*! lidught fix-penny worth of arfenic,^as he pretended to deftroy the Vats in his cellar { but he hat no fooner procured the fame, than he, went to -the Cnftle akhaufe in Caftle-yard, ana called for half a pint of port} which being brought [Price Two-pence Halfpenny.] him, "he put tbe arfenic into the liquor and drank it qff, and then went home and told the affair to his" faiziily; on which all the af-fiftanfce OTceiTary was ufed for* his recovery, but theie'aW litSe hopes bfhisfurviving. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. YOU!) G, On Wedneftay the 2d of May next, at the White Hat: TaVetn in Bifhopfgate-ftreet, to begin at Four o'Ctoek in the Afternoon, A Freehold Eftate, fituate on the Weft Side of Shoreditchi almoft a^iaft thz Church, in the County of Middlefeicj .confiding of one fubftantitl wetl-builtBrick. Dwelling-liouCi, with con-venientOut-houfes, and a largeTimber-yard lett to Mr. Stewart, Timber Merchant, at 151. j>er Annum j to-gether Vith two Briitk Houfes adjoining, lett to Mr. Johji Whitehead and Mr. RanSal Harvey, at betwejen aedv and" 30J. per Annum, all Tenants at Will; the faid Premifles are vtell tenanted, in good Repair, and capable of great Improvements, being very much onder lett. .To" bp raewed every Day fmm "Een till Four, and Particulars may be had on the PrieraifiV; at the Place ol iiale} and at John Y.Qarig^, Syioxa Btokw, in 01d-ftreet.."r To be Sold by: A.tJ C T I O N, By'Mr. ^/jSlJR P % On Wednefday the fifyijitifc and the tyvo ,'� foBo^^'Daipt,  AlXs, ;'ge:hut|k Hoiifhold F�r- flitwre. Plate, Cb^^j^SooM^Jfr. THO* In theXotnvty of $gfit i fG&$&iqi of*�tt�y pttfifely at Eleven o'Clock. � , . � Catalogue* to be had {ertu'u} at iht Place �T^ak; at the Black feoy Inn at C%sfa�ferd | ipfafsthKo* bert Phippr, Swam Stoker;, St^bteShip, teidtnhall-ftreet. To be SO L D by A U C T I 6 By Mr. HAS DlttQ, On Tuefday the i& of May, between the fiotrrrof Three and Five, at the Angel and Crows Taverfl in Whittchaple, ^ ^ id- .....the Farm Yard large/and completely pa^fdj' ^ Brewhpuji!, near an Acre tf Cardcn Grotiad.^a|i'a and weU planted j alfo 9 Tenerootttf j^nu&fO: the DwttttiM Houfcr. and other convenient GuSrJB'fes, tw�1y*U built Bains i with Threihinj FU^rs,. Stab^ng >or >i Horfes,", jlent^of^oqd Water a&^lptr Quiv.efnencjts> with abpvt 17 Acfes.o^.itohle*ap;i^afture Lan Pl%^?bi)iifion th^ Dock Yari4, Woo)^^8fC�j^mi, � Gveernvieh; at Mr. Ellis's, Attorney Vt^?w,'W Freeman's-coiirt, Corn hill; at the P^ace ojf.Si^e;'} and at BJr. Bardiijgs, Sworn Blehaa GraJe, i� thji Auftj*neer; a; the St^c ;