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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 15, 1764, London, Middlesex � � � I* - 4 ( 4 N T. Vol. XIV.] From FRIDAY, June 15, ro MONDAY, June i8, 1764. [Numb. 1082. 1 f SATURDAY, Junk 16. PORT NEWS. 7*m 15. Wind S. S. W, RRIVED laft night, and failed for theRiver, the King of Pruffia, ,-Robinfon, from Philadelphia; and Portland, Higgins, from South Carolina. Came down and failed the Two Friends, Ball, for South Carolina. ZW, June 16. Wind E. Arrived his Ma-jefty's ihipWinchefter, and failed for the river. Game down hisMajefty's (hip Dolphin. Came down and &iled impaediately his Majefty's (hip Tamer. Qraweyexd, June I cr Britannia, Gilbie, from Dunic'rk; Sea Nymph, Grant, from Arntlerdami Carolina,'Friend,, from Philadelphia; Jealouiy, Bofele, from Oftend ; and johu and William, Graham, from Winyaw. � ^ t arrived. Vigilant, Erafmus, from Dublin ; Hope, Dibble, from Ipfwich; Anne, DorfdeU, from Lynn ; C^efar, Lawrie, from Portfmouth ; arid Hanfon Frigate, Boyd, from G&ioa, at �Leghorn. Kitty, Benton, fromLifbon, at Philadelphia. Minories, Bollock, from Africa, atS. Carolina, Antelope, Bayley, from ditto, at ditto. Romney, Waddy, from London,,at Sr. Xitt's. - Gt^nada Frigate", Whitewbod^ from'ditto,'at Barbadoes. Port ^/London, Fridayf June i^, 1-764. Coafiers entire? Itifutb iA,Jd, Hrr sm. IJaftixgs, Mary. Legbt William and Th ^mas. RoctcJIcr, Fanny., Ifaac ami M-ry. Port ^'London, Saturday, Jujze 16, I764. Coajiers entered j(nu-ar&. :- � FmmNewcaftic, J( h.n and Elizabeth, CharmingBrtfv. � tarmeutb, Sweeps, ipfwich, John and Janen as, Rooert auc Pile we]). Maldon. John and Sarah. Cleared Outwards. For Neivcaflfe, Jw'p- Leigb. and Samuel. Rticbefter, c.o:r\e M'fiene r. Duke of Cumberland, John aid W.U.*T. Himicb Burcs. "l o n " p'~o"X It is reported, thar a Memorial is preparing fo be difpatched to v.r Ambaffador zt Madrid, touching the b^hi; ionrofthe Spaniards, in excluding the Er.� iifh from the benefit of tqttiiig togwood in the Bay of Honduras, and to demand an explanr^;on Since the report � f tne Spaniards late.proceedings in the Bav of Hon iuras, feme y.* cp>e eritertain fears ab^.i" the r rrienos noi >t-t rt-moved froip the Hayj.nna 1, as rhe next ii^b may perhaps be, a fpsedy a-der tor che Lr.gLih to depart, without having time to fettle their affairs, or remove their effefts from that iiland. It is faid from good authority, that the fortifications of the Havannah, and in general every, place tif ftrength in the Spanifh Weft-Indies, are in a better ftate of defence, thoroughly repaired, and better garrifbned, than before the late war. It is faid that a common Seaman's {hare of he rich Spanifli prize, .the Santiffima Trinidad, will amount to upwards cf 600K Letters from Warfaw of the 20th ult. advife, that it was refolvedon Friday the 2cth in the Polifii' Diet, that if any perfbns, of whatfoever rank or condition, fhould promote .and affift any foreigner to be s letted king, they lhall be declared enemies and traitors to their country, and fhall have their effects confifcated. We hear that his Majefty has ordered Richmond Gardens to be opened on Sundays. Yefterday Mr. Ramus took the oaths at the Board of Green Cloch, as Clerk of his Ma-jetty's Kitchen, in the room of Mr. Holford ; as did Mr. Wallis in the room cf Mr. Ramus. We are credibly informed, that aperfpn at the weft end of the town, who was lately ta-| ken up for unnatural practices, and was afterwards admittpi^ to bail, has diftppeared, and is fuppofed by this time to be got into France. It is faid that a Diftringas has been lately iflued outagainiteGreat-rerfongg?, and three of theKitig'sM^ffengerSjatth'^luitM MrBeard-' nwreVClerk;-who was feveraJ days confined on account of the Monitor. This Diftringas is fai-i to be taken out, in. order to bring the affair to a (hort ifTa**, as the adlion was commenced nine months pall againft thefe Defendants, but they have not yet appeared. It is reported, that John Lane, Efq> Citizen and Grocer, and Jo^n Lloyd, Efq; Citizen and Diftiller, two cf the Gentlemen that die prefent Lord Mayor hgs nominated to ferve the office of Sheriff of fljtis City, intend to ftand the Common-Halt h&ct Midfommer Day, and, if chofer?, will ferve the feid office. Felo deJe, and flie was accordingly ordered to � be buried in the Crofs-road. It appeared, that fhe was fufpefted to be with child about Eafter laft, but on her fubmitting to the examination of a Midwife, whofe opinion was, that the report was falfe; a young rellow, who had kept her company, but who now declares . upon oath, that the child could not be his,, married her on Sunday laft, and they lay together at her uncle's houfe in Molehvortfi that night; on Monday morning the hufband Itfdies. ' ^yeilerdpy wa.v brought to Newgate from Lr^ V rpor\l, the Mailer of a brig, wmg:.chargedb with divers offences on bpard his vefFel, and-mifufing and being acceilary ro the death idfk one of his men.^ At the examination of Morgan, at New*�-Guildhall, Wefrminfter, it appeared . that-fervant-maid to a late feryantin a pretty ,hkhk* ftation abour the Cpwti/.but who was lately/ difcharged, had,t1ie day after Dr. Bibbeps'^ robbery, been icxfttanheBank with a.billot:*' jel- which the Dottor was robbed of; ta b& changed; and that Morgan himfclf went-withf her in a coach, but waited .in it near the B/eink^> (while the girl went irii who wrote a fiititiott^ name up.-n the bill,. by'.his^dirfiftipn. Sittings appointed in.London and MJddlefeX^ before the Righ't-efcik '-WilIiam Lord Man field, Lord Chief Jufttce, &c. in anda&cr^ Trinity Term, 1764% MIDDLESEX [ LONDON: Wednesday, June; zj.. vTh^iday,- Jene z8. Tuefdayv " July-- 3* ^edrrefdayj JsiJy* 4^ Monday^ ^fiTitei'day,, .jow* After Term. � f - After Term. - Trinity-Hall, Cambridge- On Wedn'Tday evening the Officers belorvg-ing ro his-Maj-.'hVs Cuiloms m&de a large fei-zure of French laced and embroidered cloaths, and other French trumpery,-ib detrimental to the manufactories of this kingdom,' at a public houfe at Deptford. OnTuefday a young fellow, a Clogmaker, who made it a pnftice to inform agalnft Publicans in the cut Ikirts of the town, forfeffer-ing lltittlc-pJaying, was feized by a mob ;t Mile-End, und fofeverely handled, that his lite is not expe&ed. On Tuefday night two Brickma!:t?rf both intoxicated in liquor wantonly throwing bricks at one another, in the fields tSe a?per fnd or GrayVInn-Lane, oneofrh(jm, na*ned P-itrer-fon, rr"ce**ved a blow on the "rigHr te-nple, which was th^irorriediate caufeofhis death. On -Wedne-fday I alt an Inqueft vvas tak^n a M >lcfwmb, in Huntingdonfhire, by Mr Stephenfon, Coroner, on rhe bodies of.Jane Ben net and her new-born infant, who. were drowned the morninL K-frre; ihe J urv brought 1 ia t.oeir verd:ft n the body of the mother; Thurfday, J John Shrift Uuchaay of'.drcaVST. Hele^i .L&.idon^; Merchant. To oppfcar-Joae.^o,^ GuikJhail, . " Ban k rp'pti John Li My of'Tunbridgc, kcnC,JPetukc-mak*f^ t*^-apt-tat Ju1y 3, 9j and xS, at GuiiohaU. > *�n n 9 be made fo C � E4>*r�^v � , Tnr>mos Pafc�j�/ now-, or isKcfr Nottb- amprcm/hire, Griicw-*h*iBiler. -Gicruc Irome, Ute of UiJtahall, \v-*t.wick^ & ire, Dealer**. C E R.T If 1C ATE t&bt grCLJiUdb Gabriel Brralcy,. now or late-of Ste�rW>tfg^ 3* [Price Two-pence Haltpenny.J ;