Title: Lloyd's evening post
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Title: Lloyd's evening post
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: London
Publication Date: 1763-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 12, numb. 891 (Mar. 28-30, 1763)-
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VoL. X1.] From WEDNESD,
To the COMMITTEE appointed by ci CO rRT of
Co.~ M1O N-COU NIL tofupprejs the ifiurance
OUR very laudable en-
deavours to fupprefs the
practice of Infutrirg Lot-
tery Tickets, is highly de-
fY rving the ack;owledg-
ments of the Public, as it
is notorious that species
of gaming has been more
injurious to the Trade of
this Metropolis, than any other yet prafifeld,
and it is equally indubitable that it has cor-
rupted the morals and rectitude of many
youths and fervants. From there confidera-
tions I am induced to hope you will not
omit the advantage given you (in the present
Lottery A&) to prohibit a praRice of fuch
bad tendency. To further your endeavours
to effed that end, I take this occasion to
apprife you of fome among the many fchemes
intended to be praltifed to evade the present
A&; the firf and principal of which is, to
lay wagers and receive the premiums when
the fate is determined; this they think will
evade the letter of the Aft, though.a Coun-
cil that has been confulted, and common
fenfe tells them, it is ftrifly (without force
of conftrultion) against the intent/and mean-
ing ofit. Some propose toInfure for Friends
only, on whom they can depend. In this
wild fcheme they have not recollected that
a third person may fue, and bring the Friend
in-evidence.to convict. Others mean to ife
a fiRtitious name; however, in this, as the
foregoing, a third person miq bring the
Clerks, &c. in evidence, by which they
will be inevitably convicted. ThItL .j.ijj
schemes were devised by a committee ct
Office-keepers (appointed for the pu.'pbfe by
the body-at large) who feem more inclined
to deceive themselves by ideal evafions,
than to give up their ideal profits, which
an impartial investigation of the. danger of
purfiting the bufinefs muft neceffarily in-
duce them to do ; for thefe I. wilh the un-
wary might be made acquainted with their
danger, and your determination ; arid if
any fliould offend after, to pursue them
with all the rigour the Law will allow,
.which muft inevitably prohibit every at-
tempt to purfue that bufinefs in future.
Ne., 4, 1777.- Ah En nj' to Gavi,;g.

Thursday, November 6.
L O N D O N.
Admiralty Ofce, November 5.
V ice-Admiral Montague, in a letter
from St. John's, Newfoundland, gives
an account, that Capt. M'Bride, of his Ma-
jefly's fhip the Bierifaifant, had arrived
there with a privateer which he had taken,
called the American Tartar, carrying 24
guns, and 200 men. The Admiral further
mentions, that the fquadron under his com-
inand had taken and fent into St. John's
three valuable South Carolina hips, bound
to Nantz and Bourdeaux.
of Noa ,,mbcr i. .
Extirad ofa letter.from Greenock, 08. 30.
"' I was in company with the Captain of
the Charloite, juit arrived from New York,


who faid there was an-account came to New
York before he failed of General Burgoyne's
having taken and killed in one day a great
number of Provincials. The manner was
thus:. Gen. Burgoyne fent an exprefs from
his camp to Gen. Howe, informing him of
the fcarcity he was in both ofprovifions and
men, and w.ithoutrhe was immediately re-
inforced, he should, be obliged to retreat,
molt of liihs me'n having been left to guard
the former conquests, and the few he now
had were in poor fpirits, and very fickly;
Having got his letter ready, he put it in a tin
canmifter, fent off the man, %itbh an inten-
tion he might fall into th' hands of the
Americans, which accordi gl- happen: ,
though the Meffenger apk-aL-cd very IunI.l-
ling to be taketi ; however lie was immedi-
ately fearched, and the le'iter was toun;d,
upon which the Provincials fet out to attack
him immediately, no doubt judging it thdr
opportunity; when they made their ap-
pearance, to confirm their op ion he made
his retreat, leaving every thiog almost ex-
cept his cannon, upon which the Provincials
took poffeflion of his camp,, without fcarce-
ly firing a gun, and fell to the plunder, and
while they were thus employed, Burgoyne
got them furrounded,.and taking them both
in front and rear, is faid to have killed and
taken priforters a great number. It is re-
ported that federal counties have laid down
their arms, and offered to fipply Gen.
Howe with waggons and horfesfor the ufe of
the army. The Captain mentions several
things which are not in the News-papers;
whether they will hold true or not, I cannot
fay; what I-have wrote,;I heard myfelf, and
believe to be true,"
Letters by the above flip .,i, that ian
exprek s hid arrived from LG:n. L :.. .:- at
New York with an account ,r i '.. .ory,
and another exprefs from Genet i1 Fowe,
dated Sunday morning, the i4th of Sep-
tember, after a.battle, in which Gen. Howe
had killed and taken 5000 men.
From fthe NEW-YORK GAZETTE, Sept. 15.
New Y2rk, Sept. a5. By a person who left
Albany the 3d inft. we are informed, that
lerne days before his departure, the Rebels
attacked rhe encampment ofGen.Burgoyne's
army, who retreated with their field pieces
only, leaving their cannon,' tents, &c.
which the Rebels immediately took poffef-
fion of, and began to plunder. That they
were unexpectedly attacked in front and on
both flanks at the fame instant, entirely
routed with great laughter, and not only
loft what they had before taken, but all
their own cannon, baggage, &c.
A Lady who arrived in town this week,
informs, that on Saturday lait the croffed
H-udfon's River with Mrs. Hancock and
Mrs. Adams, on their way to Bofton, who
informed her that they had left Philadel-
phia on account of Gen. Howe being ecx-
pefted in that city."
By yeiierday's Irith Mail a considerable
houfe in the City -received a letter from
their Correfpondent at Beltafl, adifing the
arrival there of a fiip from New-York, be-
longing to them.-'The Captain left New-
York the 23d of September, and informed
them, that on that day a Deferter from the
Rebel Army had come into Ne'-York, and
.brought with him a hand-bill of Wafhing-
ton's, conjuring the country people to join
him, or America wold be loft. The De-
ferter laid Phi'-'l4ohoia -as in poflfilion of.
[ Price Thrce-pence, J

[Numb. 3r78.

the King's Troops, andthat the inhabitants
were very quiet and "happy.-And that Sir
Henry Clinton had received, on the 23d of
September, a note from General Burgoyne,
informing him of his having totally defeated
Arnold's Army, and that Arnold was killed.
Extra of a letter from an Officer of one of his
Majefly's frigates, dated the 2oth of September,
at New-York.
The report of the day here is, that Waf-h
ington's Army is totally defeated, and I
have every ra'fon to fuppofe it true; all ac--
counts allow he is beat, and only differ
with refpeft to the numbers killed. I am
inclined to believe they are very confidera-
ble, for the Troops are fo amazingly en-
raged, that if ever they get amongft them
the carnage will be terrible, as I do not
think it will be in the power of the Officers
to check them. Gen. Howe, I believe, is
now at Philadelphia, and Burgoyne at Al-
bany, where he has totally defeated the
Northern Army of Rebels; and has nothing
but woods and bad roads to oppofe his going
wherever he pleafes.
Laft week a fmall party of our Troops
landed from this place, in the Jerfeys, and
brought off as many cattle and iheep as they.
thought proper, with very little opposition;
had only a few men killed, from the woods,
not a man daring to thew his face in the o-
pen field.
If you wilh to know my opinion of
things in general, in this country, it is,
that I think they are in fuch a train that
this campaign will go near to finifh the re-
bellion, for the people of the country feem
much difpirited, notwithstanding all. the
lies propagated by the Congrefs, to keep
them in temper, and I should fuppofe this
.winter mult totally deftroy their Armyfor
:..,wit of neceflaries, at left if I may j:ude
-orm the piiloner. r mt arL dlily brlpjr2:g
in here, who are the molt ragged, defpica-
b!e wretches that ever eyes beheld, and the"
people themselves begin to fay, What is.the
ufe of keeping Troops in pay that will
feldom fight, and when they do, are cer-
tainly beat?"
The following is a lift of the detachment
feait by General Burg yne, under the com-
mand of Lieut. Col. Baume, to take poffef-
fion of the magazine at Bennington,. be-
longing to the Provincials:
zoo German Dragoons.
40 Light Infantry.
60 Canadians.
1o of Col. Peter's corps, formed by
General Burgoyne of the Provin-
-cials who have returned to their
allegiance fince his coming.into the
country; he had alfo formed an.-
other, under the command of one
140 Savages..
550 Total.
A Correfpondent fays, within thefe three
days upwards of ten thousand pounds have
been done on Philadelphia.
Several very large commiflions in almost
every species of merchandize,, are alread3k.
ordered for Philadelphia; no unfavourable.
omen to the renewal of trade and com-
The fhip Ema nuel, Capt. Spence, arrived
from Senegal, brought home Matthew
M'Namara, Efq; Lieutenant Governor of,
That Province, and several pafnengers.



L L O Y D's E V E--N fNO G 'PTO S T,

Extraa of a letter from. St. Augufline, in Eaft
CThe alarm giv&n to this Province by
thie expedition the Congrefs planned against
us, is- inconceivable; but though formida-
ble to our weak situation, was nbt sufficient
to occafioi fTich terror: A large' body of
Infantry, with about 5oo Horfe, eight armed
veftels, and'tw'o galleys, were ordered on.this
expedition. .The Rebel Infantry was. com-
nanded by. Brigadier Elbert, the Horfe by
Colonel B.ker. The Infantry t arched in
three columns, Colonels White, Stick, and
Williariss, the' armed veffels and galeys
corpmanded by Cor61todore Bowen. The
enemy were no' fooner in the Province, than
three of "our gallant Heroes, instigated by
fcitetr Rebels, of whom' we have many of
Ratik, waited on his Excellency Governor
Tonyn, with p'refling applications, for a
perfoh to be.fent, not only to capitulate,
u't to offer the Rebels a fum not to injure
private property. You may guefs 'fich a
lptopofal tas received by a Military Gentle-
trian with' contempt. The Governor had
equipped a"naval force ro cope with the
iremny, ar mniade every neceflary difp6filion
io fiuftrae'their defrgns. A large detach-
rnent'of the garrifon was ordered to march
under Colonel Prevoft, and a large body of
'Rangers and Idians marched by another
.tout,-i under Col6'tel Brown. On' the i6th
of May, both of them paffed the'River St.
john',not to war for,' but to attack the
Re'etes, wh "boafted how loon they would
conquer us. O tfh'e i7th: a reconnoitring
party of the RaUgeis retiirned at nine at
night, and reported that the enemy ivere
encamping, on the S. W.-'b'ranich of- the
NTaflau, about ten miles distant on o.ur
frori. "Th'is 'pfition gave us an advantage,
of which we immediately availed ourselves.
Orders were given for us to march after an
hour's refreshment. At three o'clock next
.rnorning, the Rangers and Indians occupied
the poft they wer directed to feize, which
ras on the fide of'afuwamp, and commanded
an:hdvantageous pafs on the right flarik of
the Rebels. The IKing's forces were di..
vided into 'three columns, one,' with ihe
;inainbpdy of Rangers, advanced in front'
the other columns made a circuit to cut off
.the retreat of the enemy. The Rebel ca-
yalry, aboutnine o'clock, moved to attack
the Rangers and Indians on the fide of the
.fwamp, and to'get'pofl'elfon of the pafs,
but were repelled on every effort. They
.difmounted, and with fume companies of
Infantry made a bold- attack on toot, but
with no better fuccefs: Fortunately fome
Rangers and Indians raking a circuit, ad-
vanced to the Rebels horfes, who were
placed in a thicket, and before they cold
be refcued moft of them were' killed and
difperfed. The Cavalry'being thus hap-
oily defeated, on whom they much de-
.ended, thofe engaged with the Rangers,
and forces in front, fell back to the main
body, who,on intelligence that the columns,
with Colonel Prevoff,' were rapidly advanc-
ing to cut off their retreat, immediately re-
tired with precipitation; and they did
wifely,-'for the Colonel in 'half an hour
more would have effeLed it. And had it
not been for the impatience of the Rangers
in front, who engaged too foon, their whole
force would have been made prisoners. Our
lofs is only z5 Rangers, mostly wounded,
ind a few Indians, one of Rank the Rebels
killed and fcalped.. Upwards of 6o of the
enemy were killed and wounded in attacking
the.pals, and as many drove into the fwamp
.and drowned. Several were killed ini the
'retreat, and thrown into Naffau River.
The prifoners own 70. We have taken two
Captains, yUWfte and Williams ; I Lieu-
teaunt,'3 Eaig~hs, I Adjutant,' Quarter-

masters, Ii non-commiflioned Oflicersr and
38 privates; many are fled to an Ifland in
Naffau, and a party of Regulars are marched
to fecure,them. Their military cheft, con-
taining Paper Currency for the pay of the
army, is taken, and. in it a plan and order of
Congress for the expedition. The Governor
has given his public thanks to the army in
general, with great encomiums on Colonels
Prevoyftand'Brown, to whofe military capa-
cities we are greatly indebted for this happy
The fleet of Vitluallers at Corke, which
is ordered to fail, confifts of the following
armed veffels:-The' Maria, twenty- four
guns, fix'yty~men,. Gordon, Commodpre;
Duke of Bedford, twenty-four guns, fixty
ment, Captain Clark; Adventure, twenty
guns, fifty, men, C aptain Sime; Duke of
ork, eighteen guns, forty-five men, Capt.
Gerham; Benjamin, fixteen, guns, forty
men, Captain M'Carthy ; Upion, fixteen
guns, forty men, Captain Hudfon; Hope,
fourteen guns, thirty men, Captain Hamil-
ton; Thompfon, fourteen guns, twenty men,
Captain Hull; New-market, ten guns.
To go under convoy of the above fleet:
Eight hips loaded with coals.
Three with oats.
Two Briftol Itips, merchandize.
Extra? of a letter dated St. Pierre's Road, Mar-
tinico, Sept. 17.
Capt. Archer, of the Glory privateer,
arrived in this Road yesterday, with an Eng-
lilh brigantine:ofwar, of' 4 guns, called the
Streamer, which fhe took offTobago, after
an- aioni of four gaffes, in which both vef-
fels suffered very confiderably.
The True Blue Letter of Marque, of Lon-
don, taken by the Randolph privateer, 'had
20 guns, arind 5 men; the Raiidolph 30a
guns, and 280 men.
The flip Mary, a letter of marque, is noi~;
fitting out for fea at peptford; fhe is to
mount zo carriage guns; is to deliver a cargo
at St. Kitt's, and-afttrwards to proceed on
a cruize to different parts of America..
Capt. Ward, of the Ann,'arrived from'
Oporto, left Capt. Perkins ift Sunday
morningg off Ulhant, with both his pumps.
choaked, and a foot and a half of water in
his hold. Captains Ward, Perkins, Hopi
kips, Brown, Bafs, and Collins, failed in
company, but were difperfed laft Thurfday
in a florm.
It is apprehended that the price of fugars
will be confiderably reduced in the course
of about three weeks, it having been dif-
covered that the late fuddeh advance was
more immediately owing to avarice and
speculation, than to any real or. probable
A letter received from Stockholm fays,
that the College of Phyficians there.have
represented to the King, that from experi-
ments they have made, it has been found
that the leaves of potatoes anfwer the end
of tobacco for fioaking, in confequence
of which his Swedifh Majefty has given
orders to increaft the cultivation of pota-
toes as much as poflible.
This day caudle was given as ufual in
th! Queen's, Apartments, where a Lady of
the Bed-chamber attends the 'difiribution
of it; near, one thousand perfons have al-
ready partaken of it.; and near twenty-five
dozen of winelis consumed every day in this'
Yesterday the two Sheriffs, the City Re-
membrancer, the Common Hunt, the Com-
mon Cryer, and other Officers, went to in-
vite the great Officers of State, the Lord
Chancellor, the Foreign Minifters, the No-
bility, the Mafter of the Rolls, the Judges,
Serjeaats at Law, &c. to the Lord Mayor's
Feaft next Monday, at Guildhall.

And Nov. --7*
Counfellor Moyfeyis appointed ine of the-
Welfh Judges, in the room of SerjeantWhi-
taker, deceafed; 'and on Saturday next he
will be called to the Degree of Serjeant in
the Court of-Commoh Pleas;
Yesterday evening, between, fiSthi'd fevert
o'clock, the dwelhng-houfe belonging to.
Mr. Carter, Statuary., near Hyde Park
Corner, fell down to. the ground; Provi-
dentially all the family had time enough to.
get but by the warning o f-a crack -All
Mr. Carter's goods and effeas-are destroyed,:
Six horses in, an adjoining. flable .,ere.lik+-
wife taken out before the remaining part of
the building fell oin it.

CHANCES, at One fGinea eac-
are now felling, by MTlX. lCHAR.DS0N and
GOODLtUCK, at their Offi.:, in the Bink .buildings,
Cornhill, and No. 8, fitin the Kina'.-Meule, Chiring-
crofs by which the fortunate Puriidal'r will gpn the
following large Siims, viz.
Two Thoufand Pounds .it the NXo ber of the .
Chance is a Prize of z
One Thoufand Pounds, if a Prize of zoooo
Five Hundred'Pounds, if a Prize of oo6
Two Hundred Pounds, if a Prize of zooo
One Hundred Poundsj if a Prize of ioco
Fifty Pounds, if a Prize of d
Ten Pounds, if a Prize f 1o
Five Pounds, if a Prize of 50
The above Plan is by much the mout advantageous t
Adveinturers of any ever offered, as they will have the
Chance or 768 Prizes, and may'gain the Sum of Two
Thoufand Pounds for the trilling Confideration of One
Guinea. The Money for the above Chances will be.paid
to the fortunate Adverturers as foon as drawn, without
any Dedu&ion, the original Tickets being in the Polfel-
fion of Mefl Richardtbi anrd Goodlluck, purfuant to .At
of Parliament. .
The Tickets 'in the present State Lottery are likewise
fold and divided into Half, Quarter, Eighth, and Sixteenth
SShares, at the above Offices, where every other Bufinefa
of theLottery is tranfaded t i.h Corrednefs and Fidelity.
The Lottery begins drawing on Monday, the 17th of

From the London Gazette.
D only genuine SCOTS, PILLS
are prepared by the fole proprietor,
"JAMES INOLISH, atl he lai.
corn, No. 165, opposite the New
SChur "ch in the Strand, London.
More than 5 oYears Experience hi
proved this Medicine to-be erxtemnily
; useful in Diforders of theScomath
and Bowels, particularly in bilious and dropfical Con).
plaints, Indigeftion, after hard Drinking, Surfejs, W nnc
of A1patite or Sleep, Rheumatifm, Gravel, and -all Ob-.
ltrudtion,. Wormscannriot breed in the Bodies of thofe
who frequently take this Medicine. One or two Pill,
taken twice a Week, or oftener, will'prevent the Scurry.
It will keep its Virtue many Years'and'in all Climates
is therefore the befl Medicine for Seafaring People. It
is very ufeful in Diforders peculiar to Women, at all
Ages, particularly at a certain advanced Time of Life;
and may be taken with great Advantage during the
whole Time of- Pregnancy i is fo efficacious and'gentle,
that it may be taken from Infancy to'extreme old Age by
both Sexes. It does not always purge in dropical 'Iabits,
and very severe Colds, only operating by Urine or Sweat.
A greater Proof cf the Excellency of'this Medicine
cannot be give, than that.the Gentlemen of the Faculty
take it often. The late celebrated Phyfician Sir Edward,
Hulfe, Bart. was fo fully convinced of the' great
Utility of it, that he gave Mr. Inglilh a Certificate, re-'
commending it as a very useful Family Medicine,
There are many Counterfeitsi fome have copied Mr.
Inglihf's Diretions, which are Dr. Anderfon'a own,
Words, taken froei hii Latin Treatife, which is in.Mr;
Inglilh's'Pofflfeon only i which Treatife and Certifieate
he is willing to Shew to any Gentleman who may be de-
'firous to fee them. Some ride the Cpuntries in his
Namne ahd falfely fay they are Partners with him:, He
never had a Partner, nor ever allowed any one to take
Orders forhim. For thefe Reafons he troublesthe Pub-
lic with this Advertifement.-To prevent thefe shameful
mpofitionl, Mr. Inglilh figaqhi Dietwion art he Boi.-
iom wiih his Name.

Nov. 5-7. BRIT
'MN R. J- J-, a Merchant Taylor, cured
.1A by me of an inveterate fcurvy, came
to my houfe, and importuned me to go with
him to his houfe in the City, where there
was a Country Lady, a friend of his, then
uft brought from Bath, almost dead. Be-
fore I entered the patient's room, a young
Lady, her coufin and companion, addreffed
me as follows:-" My coufin, Mifs B- F-,
is 37 years old, and has had generally an
healthy, but very weak conflitution. One
day in July, five years ago, negleaing that
period which is critical to the Fair Sex, the
'went from a warm parlour under a great and
glowing perfpiration, into a damp, floppy
wafh-houfe, and imprudently tood there
talking with the Wafherwomran ; but on
feeling a cold shivering all over her body, the
-left the place, and went to fit down in the
parlour, where unfortunately her brother
and two Farmers came in, and on bufinefs,
detainedher in that flivfring situation above
half an hour. After they went away, the
drank fome hot wine, and on being seized
with a violent pain in her head and back,
with a violent heat all over her, flie went to
bed, where the found the cold the had caught
in thewafh-houfe had caused an obtru&ion,
and the complaints the laboured under. All
night fhe could not fleep, through the ex-
cellive pains and fever me suffered. In the
morning the fent for her Apothecary, and
during eight days, he bled her fix times, and
gave her various medicines without any re-
lief, and for four months afterwards tried
all other forts of medicines to no purpose,
to the amount of 431. She was reduced ex-
ceedingly, thin, weak, convulfive, and at-
tacked with a very difagreeable and perni-
cious inward complaint incident to women.
,Mifs B-F- being diffatisfied with her
Apothecary; the fent for the Dodors W--
and T-, who attended her three times a
week, for two years and three months, but
not being able to relieveeither the fever, the.
pains, the convulfions, or the dreadful pro-
grefs of her inward complaint, they deter-
mined to fend her to Bath, recommended
to the Do&ors M and C- under the
care of whom fhd continued eleven months,
where-:he grew daily vorfe and worfe, and
Ibft her fpeech and fences, and could not
take any medicines, or any other food, than
now and' then a large fpoonful of water
gruel, blended with the yolk ofa raw frefh-
laid egg. The Phyficians and her friends,
perceiving'her condition, gave her over as
a dead person. By the advice of her friends,
khe was to be carried home dead or alive,
but at the instance of Mr. and Mrs. J-,
I am defirous that 'you should fee her, and
try the effects of your inventions upon her."
Having heard this relation of her cafe, I
reviewed the condition of this Lady, and
preferibed a gentle vomit, a blifter on her-
back, and an enema made of simple barley
water to be applied every four hours. Ii
bhree days fuich effects were produced, that
Iperfuaded her coufin and friends to bring
.her to my houfe, where there were Mr. R-
C- Apothecary, the Rev. Meff. P- and
B- ; Mrs. F- Mrs. S- and Mrs.-C--,
to whom th'e above cafe was repeated by her
coufin, and they were extremely furprized
at my undertaking fuch a desperate cafe, and
more fo, at my ordering her to be put im-
mediately into a medicated water and va-
pour bath, and the moifit nd dry tu.miga-
tions to be applied to her in bed; but they
all rejoiced on being informed, that ihe ad -
received great relief, and drank a balon full
of cordial, made of Cyprus wine and the
yolk ofan egg, warmed. The next morning
and evening the went through the fame pro-
cefs, and took-.two cordials. Prfuing the

fame, in three days fhe understood and knew
every body, answered all questions, and in
five days her pains, convulfions, and fever
amazingly abated, and by continuing the,
fame procefs twice a day, in two months fhe:
could walk down flairs to dinner and tea in
company; and at the expiration of one
month more, the obfttution being opened,
her spirits, vigour, and strength regained,
the vifited her friends, and at the end of
four months and two weeks, in the whole,
fhe was discharged in perfe& health, and is
now happily married and well.
N. B. The reasons which oblige me to
publish extraordinary Cafes I cure, are to
be. feen in this Paper of the zgth Day of
Of. 1777, which are worthy of public re-
fletion, as they have been sufficient to ob-
tain permiflion to give up, not only the
names of the perfons concerned in the Cafes
now publifiing, to thePhyficians, Surgeons,
or affliced, who may apply, but alfo the
names of perfons on whom cures have been
performed, authenticated by Sir John Field-
At the Dodor's houfe may be had, gratis,
a Pamphlet, containing the Cafes authenti-
cated by Sir John Fielding, and the Rules
and Terms ot Admiffion.
A New-invented METALINE HONE,
Sold only by W. BAYLEY, Perfumer, in
IT has been an universal Complaint,
that all the Means hitherto discovered for giving a
perfect Edge to Razors, have proved to be ineffeAuali
neither Hone nor Strap hath yet been made of Mate-
rials fuffitiently compa&atrid dfere to receive a Surface
fo fmooth, as not to leave the Razor, after getting,
with Indentations resembling a Saw.
Hence it irevident,. that the Razor can never cut
with.'quulity in atl'Pdints of its Edge, which is re
quilite to take off the Hair without that painful Sen.
facion which attends being faved. In order to obviate
thefe difaireeable Circumitarees, the Ufe of the Me-
taline Hone is particularly recommended, it being of
fo clofe a Subftanee and fulceptible of fach a Surface,
that, without the Ufe of a Strap, it gives that uniform
Edge which alqne can make the Razor cut alike thro'
the whole Length of it, and with per frtiafe to the
'Face and Head.
The Metaline Hone is to be ufed without.Oil, getting
the Razor (with the Edge forwards) in the fame Man-
ner as on a Stone Hone. Price One Guinea.
eN.B. rTher, is no Occafion to lfe a Strap afterwards.

A MEDICINE greatly improved
fine its firft Eftablifhment for perfectly curing
avery Stage of the Venereal, Scorbutic, and Scropholous
Diforders as alfo the Gout aid Rheumatifm, White
Swellings, Stiff Joints, th'e Leprofy, and all.cusaneous
Eruptions, &c. &c.
They are to be had of the Proprietor, Dr. James
Cowper, No. 2, John-ftrcer, Oxford-market, Lon.)n,
and by his Appointment at the following Places, Whole-
fale and Retail, viz. Meff. Wray, No. 1,; Birchin-lance,
Cornhill; Axtell, No. 1, Finch-lane, Corr.hill; Ni-
coll, No. 5r, St. Paul's Church-yard; Williams, No.
39, Fleet dfreet Corrall, No. 6; Catharine -freet,
Strand Durham, Cockfpur-freer, Charing-cr6fs Gray,
Royal Exchange, Ecinburgh; ani of Meff, MIlntyre
and Moody, Druggifts, Kinglion, Jamaica.
AlCo may be had of the above-Venders, a Narrative
of- the Effets of this celebrated Medicine, containing
Teflimonies of many noble Perfonages, ArnbalTadors,
Minifters of State, besides eminent Phyficians, Sur.
geons, &c. of moft extraordinary Cures performed by
thefe Pills. To which is added, an Appendix, on its
antidotal Virtues in the SMALr-Pox,. for.which it
has been esteemed, by many of the Facnity, a mort
excellent preparative as well as preventative Medicine,
and acknowledged in every Stage of :that Diforder a
wonderfulkand happy Specific.
N. B; To prevent the pernicious.Cornfeqwences of a
spurious Sort being obtruded on the Public, Dr. Cowper
has found it neceffary that each Box fIhould be signed
by the Hand-writing of G. Ainflie, his Nephew and
Ailiftant, usder the Dooar's Name.at. isal...

for 1777. 443-
On the Premifes, in: a fort Time, unlefs fold by Private
Contract, by Order of the Executors, in Eight Lots,
sftuate, lying, and being on the Banks of the Thanes, -
between Fulham and Hammerfmith, df
THOMAS WYNDHAM, Efq; deceased.
FREEHOLD VILLA, with suitable OFFICES, ex-
tenfive Terrace, Lawns, Pleafure Ground, Canals, laire
Kitchen Garden, walled and planted with the choicest
Fruit-trees in fill hearing, Meadows, &c. the Premife .
originally laid out and eifablifhed by the late Right Hon.
LORD MELCOMBE, (highly diftinguilhed for his ele-
gant and refined Talte,) and molt eligible fituate on the
Banks of the Thames; tfie Elevation of the Building
fimply elegant; in the interior Conftruaion, Utility,
Neatnefs, and Splendour, are united, the Apartments ca-.
pacious, particularly the Saloon, of noble and elegant Pro-
portion, the Cieling malterly painted, the Subje& Hiftori-
cal, and Italian Marble Gallery finished with Spanils
Jalper, and Lapis Lazuli Columns, ineftimable i the Whole-
fuperbly unique, and are 8z Feet by 24, the Recefs in-
cluded the Oufices are :-amerous, well adapted, atnd a-
bound with Conveniencies. The surrounding Country
forms a mot luxuriant Appearance, the Thamcr. in Front, ..
with itinerant OlijfQs in pleading Succcllion, adds Beauty
to the Scene. The other even Los' ofLand, &c. nearly
furruund the" above Premifes, -and' in general partake of
the pleafing Advantages in Point of Beauty and Situatin t
with the above Manlion, and are well adapted for-,the
Purposes of ere&ing Villas on.
To be viewed with Tickets only, which may be hid bf
Mcff.'Chriftie and Anfell, in Pall-Mall, where a Plan of
the Grounds may be feen; and printed Particulars will be
forthwith ready.
THE great Efficacy of thefe Pil-,
in Rheumatic Complains has been lufu~ilerly.
manifeired by the Cures of Mr. BoawicK, of Gry's-
Inn, andl of GEORGE SCOTT, Efq; of Woolltrn HFall,
Effex. lately publilied in all the Papers. Tley atge
fund equally ferviceable in Gouty Habits,.wwhe: i! te -
Stomach and Head are affected, and in- what is called
the Rheumatic Gout. They have been alwaytwrcreno -
menaed with the greateftSucceis in,1 ilious Dil),rders,
Inrdigeftions, Flatulencies, and the. common Complaint:
of lie Stonrach antd Bowels; as alfo for thofe Head -
Achs which are the Confelaence of them. lIn the
Di'orders peculiar to Women t eicy are -pirticulartly i-
fecuali ana they may perhaps be-defervedly elteem.:d
superior to any other Invertion as a general Family
Medicine. They operate principally as a gentlfPur:--
Sold by FRANCIS NEswERY, JUNlIOR, at his:Me'-'
dicinal WVrehoufe, No. 65, three Doors from rt,e Bir, ,
in St. Paul's Church-yard, London, Price 4. a .Rox,'..
or one Guinea fix Boxes and the Public will ohl-
ferve, that on the; Side of each RoT is a.Se)a, .with thhe
following Woros: ." Dr. James's Analseptic Pills, by-.
the Kini's Patenr."--Sold alfo- at Doclur, Jamoir i ,
late H,]ife, in Brut>,n-Ireet "
G L A S 6's M A G:N' E SI A;,-
APP ROVlED and. recornimm-end
by-the mofrt eminent -of the Faculty, is foll', dg
ufual, at his H-oufe in Oxford, in Guinea, HFisf G;inez,
Six Shilling, and Three Shiinig. Buies, with Diretionar'
for taking it ieclofed.
Sold ailf by W. Davis, Bookfeller, in Piccadilly; VW.
Nicoll, in St Pai's Clhuirch-yard i W. Kingfp'n; 'tfrr.-
flreet, and Mr. Bu!'s Tay-Rhhop, at Baith Mr. Shier-
cliff, on the Q.&y, at Briffol; John Floud, at Exeter 5
and at federal other capital Places in this Kingdom.
Where-may '.be had, An Eiray on the- Naiare and
Virtuesofthis Medicinel Price is.
SThis Preparation, which for-Purity and Gcodnefs far
exceeds any other, is well known to be -the mrL 'i
powerful Corretor of Acid in the Stiomach-and Bonrvia
and is therefore particularly eficacious in Children' -
Diforders, It is equally ferv'iceble to'Perfon, of mire -
advanced Years, of delicate Conflitutionr, andto thfi-;
whofe Powers of Digeftion are naturaly.ve.,k or ir._--
paired, as it corrects that Acidity arifing f,-on ind-i--
geftion, which is the Foundation of irott chronical Cc.r>-
plaints. The Heart-burn it initantly'cu.:so5 and-is t'..
(ffeaual Remedy for habitual Coflirenefs. It is alfa -
the mofd gentle Purgative yet diftover;-, operates, wtho.;:u
Sicknels or Griping, requires no Coninement, or 1I- '-
penc of Diet, aad.is eaMluy.-wi h.MScadl. ill ..,- .

444, L L OY D
S To H'o N oR I o.
-'X THY starts my friend, ere lialf the
S world appears? ',
Shall Virtue, fall a viftim to Defpair?
Shall Merit yield to mean ignoble Fears?
..hall.Patience' felf forget the talk-to
bear? .
Perfift, Honorio, thotrgh thld pathfbe drear,
An hotieft with will guide thqef;af-ely,on:
'Tis danger only makes the conqucft dear,,
Trials are pleafures when the battle's
:$o, from its feather'd neft, to.neighB'ring
SThe infant.bird its tender pinions tries;
;'Til.l, borne by Ufe aid Naiure on its way,
''It fearlefs wings its flight to .diffat ikies.
:Stop not at triple's: Life's a r6uged fceee;
t ,B'tfliake the tackles from thy free-born
S : .u..
ijea'r not, tho' Fortune-diirt an adverfe beam.
S'heo man is zealous, graCiots Heav'lnis
,.d. .' ind '

'A hort Account of. the late, Ir. F 6 'T. 's
Family. .
: -If H E late Samuel' Foote, Efq; re-
I 'markable as an A&6r, was not lefs
f' as a Gentleman in point, of defcenr,
being' defended from fome of the moft
ancient and illuftrious families in this king-
d'om. He was second fon of John Foote,
Efq; of Truro, in Cornwall, a Juftice of
.the Peace, and "Member bf Parliament for
Tiverton, in Devonfhire, and alfo Cori-
ifioner of the'Prize Office. His m6oter
'was fifter to the late Sir John Dinreley
Goodere, Baronet, and alfo to Captain Sa-
titide Goodere, Conimander of the Ruby
man of war, and aunt to the present Sir
SJohn Dineley, Baronet. She was daughter
.'of Sir Edward Goodere, Baronet, of: Burg-
hope, Herefordfhire, Member of Parlia-
ment for that county. Her mother was
,daughter to Sir Edward Dineley, Knight,
of Charlton, Worcefterihire, by Frances,
-daughter to Lord Rockingham, and Elea-
nor, -daughter to Sir George Manners,
Knight, and filler to john, the 8th Earl of
'Rutland; by that match defended from
'Anne, Duchefs of Exeter, fitter to' King
Edward the Fourth.. Sir Edward Dineley
aforefaid, was grandfon of Francis Dineley,
of.Charlton, who by Elizabeth, the'daugh-.
ter of Thomas Bigge, Efq; had eleven fons,
and eightdaughters,which appears by a mag-
nificent monument in Cropthorn Church.
The mother of Francis Dineley was daugh-
ter of Sir Edward Nevil,-grandfon of Ralph,
Earl of Weftmoreland, and Idan de Acris,
daughter of John of Gaunt, "Diuke of Lan-
dalter, King of Caftile and Leon, fourth
fort of K, Edward the Firft; and alfo was
defcended from Thomas Le Defpencer, Earl
of Gloucefter,, and Conittance, daughter to
Edmond, of Langley, ,.Duke of Yo'k,.fifrh
ibib of King Edvard thl Firit. Mr. Foo.re
never had in right of his .family. more than
0opol. per ann. but the fortune hitherto
mentioned was left -to his younger brother
John Foole, Efq; who changed his name to
that ofDineley,.:in conftluence of his uncle
Sir John Dineley's Will, which' brothel
died, in 1758, leaving a fon John, (who in
herits the Wqrcefterlhire eitite) and two
daughter. 'Mr. Foo.te has alfo one furvivinj
brother", the Rev. Mr. 'Edward' Goodere
Foote, to whom he has left an annuity' foi

's E V E N TN G. PO S T, And .Nov. -7.
rTLTELIGAO NCE fromn the PUrBLICt-OvFrcE, cipal not being yet:taklth, Rofs'wascommit-
BOW-STREF.ET. tcd for ftealiig the china, and Mrs. Aubree
Wednr!ay, N',ven-:d,eor .. was bounidto:profecute.
T HOMAS Wynn, the Driver of the Ux- Mr. Thomas Perkins, of Caftle-ftreef,Se.
Bridge Mail, was put to the. Bar, ven-dials, acci'fed James'Been, his fervant,
charged. with; fecreting a letter from the .with robbing himof federal guineas at fepa-
General Poft-office,-and taking out of the rate times, by means of a faife key.' Firom
faid letter ten Bank pofbills, tor rol. each. the information of Mr. Perkins it appeared,
The firft esidenI e .was Thomas- Henry- that, after mifing money frequently, his
Cock, Clerk io JohnLambe, Efq; who fwore finfpicion fell on the prisoner; he therefore
that on the 7th of laft month he put the a- 'reckoned what guineas he had in his bu-
bove letter,.containing ten Bank poft-bills, rera!, and made particular marks on them;
payable to the order' of the Hon. 'John that ,the next day 'miffing one, he got a
Forbes, into the PoRf-office of either Coven- Condfable, and had the prifboner searched,
try-ftreet or Bond-freet, directed to a Lady when tle f rlie key and marked guinea were
at Margate. The Clerks in the refpeeiive found on him. The proof being very tub-
Offices proved feeling up the bags, and de-, flantial, the prisoner wvas remanded for iri-
livering them to the proper office. Edward- al, and Mr. Perkins bound to profecute.
Davis, a Publican, produced ten Bank poft- A Mafter complained against a lad, about
bills, which he faid he received from Francis eighteen years old, his apprentice, for art
Nokey, to negotiate for-him, which bills. unwairantable freedom with a young girl,
were identified .by Mr. Cock; and Francis who'was likewise apprenticed to him. From
Nokey fwvb'&'he received them from the pri- the Maftel's ftory there teemed to be a mu-
foner and his wife, in order to raife money tual content of freedom between the young
on them foir 'iisufe, declaring he found them couple ; 'yet the Bencht'hinki'ng the lad, as
in the neceffary of the General Pollfoffice ; an apprentice, fhooild be punished for fuch
.but be firfpcting the prifAner, advertised':' freedom, ordered jhim to' hard labour in
Sthemr, which lid to discovery. From this Bridewell for one'month.
evidence the prisoner was committed on the William Hurt and Samuel Warren, alias
Statute of the 7th of his. prefent Majefty, Soldier Sam, who were examined laft week,
which makes the offence capital; and the on fufpicioJ of highway robberies; were
federall parties,were b9uud to.profecute and brought up for re-exa'mination, when James
give evidence. Doran, Efq; f.yore he was robbed, a few
A pei on,whp seemed under twenty years weeks ago, in Park-lane, of his purfe and
of age, and, who was formerly examined at three guineas, by two highwaymen. A purfe
-the aboveOffice by the name of Davis,'but was produced, taken on Hurt, which Mr.
whofe real game appears to be William Side- Doran faid was fimil-r to that he was ro'b-
way, was next pu to the Bar, taken up on bed of, but could not wear to the identity.
tnfpicion of'comnmitting highway and other The Juftices not thinking the evidence fuf-
rbberies, As. the 'Marquis of Lothian's ficiently flrong to! juffify a detainer, re-
houfe was broke open laft Saturday night, mauded them on their former committals.
and. robbed of a considerable quantity' of A man, wiho goes by the names of Jones
plate, and other valuable articles, his Lord- and Cblinel, was committed for attempting
hip's fervants,attended, in order 'to know to defraud a Gentleman of a fumi.of mo-
whether the prifonir wivhsthe perfoi .they ney, which le pretended he. had paid as
fufpe&ed, but they declared he was not. charges attending the bringing 'a trunk
The Bench was going to difcharge'him, but from abroad, which he faid was lodged at
fome of the non-commiffiroed Officers of the India Houfe. It appears.that a number
the Princefs Amelia, wan of war proved.him iof perfons haveapplied there b.receive'box.
to be a defsitr from their veffel, and claim- es, trinks, parcels; &c. which never"were
ed him frorn the Magiftrates ; the father i brouglit .there ; for which reason, it is fup-
and brother of the prisoner corroborated pofed, this man has fucceeded in foriiew at-
the teltiiony of the Officers, and begged he tempts of this kind. '
might be delivered up to them, as the only ';o be SOLD by Privatb CON.RACT,
.means to fave him from deitriction, andjuft L SE of a IR
as they were going to take him into cultody, HE LEASE of an IRON
he made the following remarkable declara- FORGE and WIRE MILL, fitiated at Abinger,
tion to the Bench, viz. that he was the! near Dorking, Surry.
personn who laft Saturday night broke into., For Particulars apply to Mr. Richard Crawflay, Lon-
and robbed the Marquis of Lothian's houfe, don; Mr. Samucl Ayling, Petworth; or Mr. Jamer
and particularized, fuch circumstances that Goe Guildfr
there could be no doibt of his g'uilt. On '. Ludon No'v. i, 177.
Sir John's interrogating him iii regard to the RITISH BI OG RAPH Y.
plate, &c. he. faid he fold them 'in Duke's -J The EIGHTH VOLtUME,
riyce, laft Sunday morning, to a Jew, for NUMBER I. Price 6d. was publiflhed oaWednefday,
twenty-five guineas, two of which he receiv- the IRfof OAober; containing'tie Li:es of Bifhcp'Hough,
ed, and was to have had the.remainder the Sir George Ruooke, Bifuop Fleetcood, Dr. Halley, and
next day, but in .the interim he was appre- Sir George Cdote.
hendcd. After the above declaration, he Printed ifr R. Goadby; and fold by R. Baldwin, Pa-
turned to the man of war's Officers, and, ter-nfler-row; and M. Towers, near Cripplegate.
h n r u a irance, i .'i;* -The Impeiiments which have-interruptod the Pro..
Sth e. mgot cond fummathe alurance, id gref of this Work being now removed, the Public may be
them go andbe d'd, for they hou-ld n aff rd, ta it will be.publihed regularly the firf of every
Shave him." From the above contellion ofr, Month, til it-. i brought down .to the present Time.
Sthe prisonerr,' the Benth 'ordered him'to be The ftriaeft Diligehce, Fidelity, and Attention, will be
Detained for further examination, exerted, to do Jutice to the important Period at which
S Elizabeth Rots was next examined, when the Work is now arrived. It is a Period full of Splendor,
Mrs; Anne Aubree. informed the Bench, and replete with irulantian. So that what the celebrated
That a few days ago, on her returning home Author of the Rambler has faid of Biography in general,
From a vifit, Ihe found her houte had beh mult be peculiarly applIcable to the Biography of this
r broke: open, and robbed of a variety of arti- Period.- No Species of Writing fayss that ingenious
cls ; th-~t L fuf pelig the prisoner, who was Writer) can be more delightfl than Biography, or more
cules; tt feful; none can more certainly enchain the Heart by irre-
formerly her fervant, with being an accom- itible Interell, or more widely diffufe Initrudion to every
Splice, the had her. lodgings searched, where Diverfity ofCondition."
e Ihe found a parcel of her china, which, at The preceding feve' Volumes of this Work mnay be had
r different times, were miffing, whilft the pri- together, Price Il. 17s in Boards, or 5s. 6d. a fingleVo-
foner was her fervant : The fufpeded prin- lome, or in Sixpenny Numbers from the Beginning.

- I I I 1

Nov. 5- 1 R I T-I S
Friday, November 7r *
SL' O N D. O N.. cin p
,4A..g,-EDNESDAY'GeneralHaldemand' is no
*. Q"took leave of his iMajetty at St. ever,
*'W Jar es's, and yesterday let out for the C
.Geneva till the fpring; from augm
whence he will return to Eng- to do
land,"to go to his Government at Quebec. I
' Yeftrday being the firft day of Michael- "
tias'Term, the Mafter of the Rolls, the Fort
Judges, Serjeants, and Heads of the Law, to tl
met at the Lord Chancellor's houfe, and. merc
f(9m thence went in proceffion to Welt. priva
miniter-hall, and proceeded 'on bufinefs in beinf
their refpe&ive Courts. her,
.In the Houfe of'Commons of Ireland, on perty
Tuefday,'Otober 28, .Mr, Recorder pre- Ext
fentud, according to order, heads of 4 Bill .'
t6 authorize, for a limited time, the pu- prize
n(flhnent by hard labour of offenders who, as 11
for certain crimes, are,. or fliall.become, not
liable.tw be transported to any of his Ma- recei
jefty's Colonies and Plantations., brig.
Ordered (on the Motion of the fame Gen- with
tleman) a return'of the expenses of tranGf he f
ported felons from the ift of January, 1770, take
to the ift of January, 1777, in every colnity. teer,
'Alfo from the Sheriffs of every county, of who
the number of prifoners under sentence of fails
tranfportatioi.. Their returns to be uade tity
in a fortnight, the heads of the Bill-to be bein
committed on the-i4th of November, and fince
the Bill to be printed. .
In confequence of a publication in the "
News Papers, a few weeks ago, of a fpurious beer
Letter from Dr. Franklin and Mr. Deane, to piUt
Lord Stormont, relating'to an exchange of thip
prisoners, the following papers have been that
received: to L
fo the Right Hon. Lord STORM0NT. the
"My Lord, Paris, Feb. 23. they
Capt. Weeks, of the Reprifal frigate, and
belonging to the United Stares of America, lars,
has now in hand one hundred Britifh Sea- hou
,men, prifoners. He. defires to know, whe- A
their an exchange may be made with him for ". '
an equal'number of A'merican Seamen now New
prisoners in England? We take the liberty his
of'propoling this matter to yourLordfhip, lifax
a'd of r'equelirig your opltfion (if _therbeb T
no impropriety in your giving it) whether Opo
ftich an exchange will probably be. agreed to off t
by your>Court? T
"If your people cannot be.fobn exchanged New
here, they will be fent to America. We faile
have th honoiri to be, with great refpe&t, T
your Lordlhip's moft obediernt, humble fer- is t;
vants, "'B. FRANKLIN, S. DEANE." SouL1
To: Lord ST Pk Mo N T. L
S""My Lord, Paris, April3. Of(O
"In answer to a letter which concerns a lar
fomne of-.thejnoft material interefts of hu- the
manity, andof .the twp nations, Great Bri- bclo
tain, and the Untited States of America, fave
now at w.ar; we received the enclofed paper, thei
as coming from yourLordfhip, which we re- med
turn, for your Lordfh-ip'snmore mature con- box,
federation. B. FRAN-kiN, S. DEANE." paper
N. B. The words of the paper fent by Lee,
Lopd Stormont, and referred to in the above ing
letter, were, The King's Ambaffador re- front
ceties,.noI applications.. from Rebels, unlefs the
they come to implore his Majety's mercy." quest
Extra of a lctterJrci. St. Eu/fiatia, Aug. 12. T
An Englifh,armed veffel, belonging to the
Barbadoes,- chafed an .Ametrian brig into blov
this harbour two-days ago: -" Two American war
veffels were taken juft without this port, a- T
bbnta ferfiright ago, and carried off, which that
has made -the Englifh cruisers frequent this wrec
island, in bopes of meeting f6mg more of ,defe
them. Martinico has been f: well warche' were
lately, that the Provincials have paid us a gr
more-vifits than they Ivere utfedato do, and other
Surinanm Is had fome trade with them." tend

C H -R ,O.-N O-L E for ,; 77 445
ras of a ltteirfra~r~fi-urdea, O, o., 23. The Munfler Lafs, Reed, .from M'alaga to
rRis city is as,much the. iat of Amer- Dublin, is loit in Duhlin.Harbaur..
olirics as ever,.though fhe ,privateering ,. Etrad.ofa letter from Portfmouth, Nov. ,5
t fo brifk is formerly., Trade; how- Orders are-juft received here for the
was never brifken, as a p.rof of which following. men of.war to ;fail on a cruiize,
flicers of the King's Cuftoms here are yiz, the- Royal Oak, Capt. Faulkner; the
.ented, there qot being enough before Ramillies,, Capt.. Digby.;. theRefolutioi,
the bufinefs." Capt. Ogle; the Culladen,; Capt.Balfotir,
xtraa of a letter from Gadiz,' 00. 7. all -74 gun Ihips;'and the Ariel frigate, Capt,
We are forty to intorm you, that the Digby is to go-as Commodore.
ume, Bertrand Kenguen, from Londoi We' have. juft now heard the Monarque
is place, laden with fundry Englifh -is faie arrived at Cork we,were in pain for
handize, was taken .by an American her, fhe not'having been'heardof fincethe
teer on the Caft of Portugal;. her late torm. .. .
g a French-thip was no prote&ion for Monday the'Boatfwain of a mati of'war
as her lading.confifted of Englith'pro- was tried by a Court M'artial for6eglbezzling
, configned to Spanifhl Merchants.' the King's flores, .of which -he was con-
'raof aoj letter from Bilboa, dated Od0. s.. vi&ed, and.fentenced tobe:drummed through
An .American' flip has brought in a .the fleet with a halter'about'hjs neck, and
e laden with 3c00o qaiitals of fifb, and .afterwards turned before the maf' .
ie brings none of her real crew', we do Capt. Bryne, who received:the ThArbks
know what veffel' he is. Yefterdaywe of the Welt india Metchants for, thecare he,
ved advice from 'Capt. Salmon, of the took of their convoy, is promoted- ,to the
Peter, who was coming confined to us command 'of the. Andromeda, of S8 guns,
z6oo quintals of cod fifh; in his. letter lately lainclied at Portfhmouth. .
ays, that in' lat. 44, -long. -9,' he Was Extra of a letter from Chatham, Nov.l4.
n the. 5rh infl. by a-n Americai priva-. "-Yelferday failed from hence, for Tlack-
bound from Bourdeaux toPh'ilqdelphia, flakes, -the Sultan,, Capt. Parker, a new
, after having .plundered him of all his fhip Qf 74 guns; the is to take in her powder
,rigging, fhip's.itores; anda large quan- and guns at BlackRakes, after which'lie is
of fih, returned him 'the.veffel, ndt- to proceed to Spithead.
g capable of manning .er, andh be has Tuerday failed from' thing Port'to the
Sgot fafe into this Port,".. Nore, the Conqueffadore of'74guns, Capt.
triakt of a letter from Beerhaven, OC7. zz. Thompfon; fne is' to be flationed ft 'the
An American privateer, which had' Nore, to receive imprelt men.
Scruifing for fome time off Cape Clear, "Mr. John Blackmore is.-appointed. n-
in here two days ago, in order to heel fpe&or of thq.new, work of- his Majefty's
, on account of a leak. They gave out Dock-yard ar this place, in the room of Mr.
they were a letter of marque belonging Foot, promoted.. -
ondon'and on a cruize ; this took with Friday, laft died here, -.Mr.' Gordon,
common people, and' many others; Surgeon of the Marines' quartered in this
bought a great quantity-of livqitock, town." '
fome fpirits, for which they paid in dol- Laft Thurfday and'. Friday t-he 9th regi-
and after lying herealmoft twenty-four meant of foot, commanded by Sir David
rs, put again-to ea." Lin'dfay, Bart. which had been quarteredin
letter from Briftol, 'dated No.'3, fays, Leeds-upwards ofa yarr and a half, marc ed
The- Three Brothers, Johnfon, from .in twodivilioris for Liverpool and 'Chefter,
'foundland for Barbadbes, is retaken by- in order to embark from thence for Ireland.
vlajefft's cruizers,'arid carried into Ha,. Yesterday a prodigious number of'per-
~f." ns partook of cake and caudle, at St.
he Brothers,' Kelly, from Dublin to James's ; the crowd was very great at going
rto, is. taken by Capt. Cunniughami, in, and several perfons had their pockcti
:he Coaft of Porrngai.-" ; picked. '.One 'Lady loft her pocker-book,
he Sally, Marfhahl, from Dartmouth to with-feveral note's of value; an.orher Lady
'fouridland, 'was taken fix days after fhe lol her purfe, with all the money it con-
d. gained.
he Unicorn, -Mafters, from Honduras,. On. Tuesday a pack of goods, weighing
taken and carried into Charles Town, about-three hundred and a half, fell frt m
th Carolina. the Bengal Iridia Warehoufe, in New-fireet,
letters from Dunbar, in Scotland, dated Bilhopfgate-lireet, up6n Mr.- Netherhood,
)ber 31, mention, that the night before, belonging to the abdve Houfe; by which
rge vcffel was wrecked c.ff the Bafs, in accident his back, thigh, and both, legs
fight of two fishing boats, the people weie broke, and he died on th'e fpot. -
nging.to which in vain erideavoure ito The Hon. the Eaft India Diret&6rs have
part of the.crew, who had taken to .humanely ordered the widow andchildren
r yawl; but the fea ran fo high, the ii-- of the poor man, killed by the abovi, ac-
iately'filled with water.and funk. A cident, to be provided for. '
containing a parcel of Englifh News- M A i t AO 6- s,-
rs, 'and federal letters directed to Mr. William Taylor
Sat Salem, was taken up the next morn plain to the Earl of Marchmonr and
upon the lnds near.Old Cimbus; and, Preacher at Northampton Meeting-'houfe,
I fome other circumstances, there are to Mrs.Walker, only daughterofHair4ond
fIrongeft reafons to imaginethe veflel in Croffe, Efq; of Ifliintori. :
tion was an American privateer. 6. Sir Thomas Clarges, Bail:. to'"Mifs
he Daltry, Captain Williamfon, from Skrine, daughter of William Skrion E'fq;
Welt Indies to Quebec, with rim, was of Arlington-ftreet.
vn off the Coaft; and put into the Lee-
d Iflands leadky. D E A T H S.
hey write from Halifax, in Nova-Scotia, 3. Mrs. Martha Gaflry; redlia of the late
a large French fhip had lately been Francis Gan ry, Efq; 'reafure'r.,and.jPay
ked in the Gulph of'St. Lawrence, and matter of his Majefty's Offce'of OJrdnance
rted by the crew, on board of which and Member of Parliament for Loo,, in
Found a large quantity of gunpowder, Cornwall. ,
-eat number of fire-arms, and divers The widow of the late Mr. Fountain,
r military flores, ,fippofed to, be in- Merchant, in Sife--lane fuddnhl',;aS i
ed.for,the Americans. was fitting at dtinier. '

46 L L O
.::By His MajlcRf* RhyaT'lttters Patent..
Granted upon the RBPORT. of Mr. ATTOPNEY,
A PVENTiURRS in, the State Lottery
( pa, y -now become Puchlafers of Shares or
Chanwts with the fame Degree of'Security as if hey
af +;,tjr Fi;'xffeld the original. .State Lottery Ticket
of evri y '.iae ic the hu', 'whichcis &ffrtied:hy a plain
yec inra!libl I',1ethod (fo.r which his Majflty (ipon
the. leporr and RIt p 'rrnai o if 1 the Atorney ae-.
ncsi' ) 'has eetp .ratinpfly, Rleed to>grant iis Ropal
.i i ;t 'Palt it ulndct il.-:Great Seabf Great Britain.
'I1. Pl ., n I l'.rriealirs are delivered gratis, or
.f- '. wltererr er defied by J. SHARMAN, at
No. 67,(1i b Hblbourn ; iNo. 30, BkeCt-nreet; and'
No. z3, ifitirelillaiOe. Corniill, wliere the Patellt
SI rre .n. Chr.rrs (felecld it 'm the Nambers in.
bir MlIlctort,'. .Calicultiorn) are fd, and. ro'
y nhete.eleit LboIdcn. The (ubjoied Opinions of
ihe wmolt.erminentCouncil will. (hae, that thigSchirme
is worthy off Attention, arid ,will anfwet the End
nrop+cd. ,
UPi tONS tuon-'the .LAN for feurring the
t'urchalers of Sharies or.- chnce of' State Lot-
t ry -Tickets, tor which the KING,' upon the.
R port of Mr. Attorney GCner'l, has granted-
the Patent iri Mr. S'artnan's Polleflion,
SThis.(ingenions Plan) bidcsair to miae the Ad1-
Venturers jn Shares or 'Ohal~ces of Tickets' as secure
as,the:Credit of .the Bnk', or iart-fs,; aWhere the
Original 'l icke, is depofi.ted can make then, While
that reIvains, I don't tee how ti.e TIc.k~r cai. be dif-
poled qf, or the Ad~rnturetr r tfr nnv l.of.:
S '1HURLOE,. .
Mr, 8OL"I C T O"R- G ENE'R A ,.
Thle Purchafer of a:Shre 6f: 'Tickct, fold ac-
cordlrig o lhis I'lan, flenis o be epofled tb no other
I -z..rd than ta..j of a Coirterfeit Milriplir cill'' of.
Strares. 11 nmoie Snares apperthain the .Ano..unt of
the integral Tickct the. Detention feetis'to he very
I ,. W.AL LA C' B
Kisg's Council:
This Plan'feeirrs mto'ne arn efletaal Security to-the
.prchafesr of Share 'or Charnces, if the Banker in
hbole Hands the original Tickets are depapoted, is
rtefyontb e, aznd 1 h nk tlie Multiplicatin. of Shares
b.-yond the 'An .uht of'the T'iciket, aid by' there
Meansbe dsetecld, and the effe&' .f t, e Fi'aua pre-
vented. ., JAME WAL'.ACE..
R.9 E-.OR E. -L of 1, ONI iON.
II this Plan is r,ftallil,- it, it.dews not occurn-t me
that any Petron' purchasing Shares or Chances ac-r
cArding fo'it, does t oats tuire .HrIoeltyofthe Lot-
Stery 'Occ-keeper, or can be deceived.
Sr .J. 0GLYNN.
If the Purchiaers of awu lntcrrls nre fahfii-fi
with thlicefpatbfiilty of t'lie B ankerin, wh.ofi'tan'ls
the Original rickety is iepolited this fr-mk a fui-
ient Secur-ity. :' .D.UNNING.
i. .Mr. HOW1'O RTH .
"I think, that the Plan priopofDd stitrdl an AM-
PLE, SECIURITrY to the Purclha'ers nof "Ih are in-
t rr it; an'd, it etris to me; w.ill I'R t.\ L' I' et'n
kind of Flaud which iay be pi t.!f-! .I. ()If-
Ac-kccpcrs. i H,.N.C.HQWORTi
bMr. R U L1, 2, R.
I think this I.it t-i will feret rQ the Adeen-
tcrters in thc LoJttery tihe Amountor .tl'e P'iz-s. i' .
"ihict they n':" Ye 6rttl-l S's-., 1 i' 'iH Ihe a
Means af lerei~ti l ',rJ prrt'., I i i'.. :',m't msre
Shats than ill aamounit t tthe whole Tlicet.
It is necerTry to inform the iub!ic. Kly way of
Caution, that rhefamena emii-ent Cdunril have d;.-
;larc'd, that itl1' various .Schen:es rep:lf,.~ r by 'r-
teral arful and'.deigning Men, are no Security
whatever. A r.oro particular Account of tbheeDse-
cpption, wi;h'the faid. Council's Opinions. thereon
at length, is intfertedin tlhePlan at large. And as
tkcry .Device is uiifd to miflcad, Adverturers who
with to have the really, feared 'Patent Shares, mu(f
te careful to prevent Counterfeits, in abfirving that
they are figeed.,y J. Sharman.
SAre alfo felling a Half a Guinea ech ; by'which,
*ith the Premium. Ticket given gratis, Thirteen
hundred Pounds may he gained as follows
The Adyenturer will receive
eightt Hundred Pounds if the Number of the Chance
is a Piize of o0,oool.
Pour Hundred Pounds, if a Prize of .o,oool.
Two HnndtcdPoumdt, if a Priae of 5,ool.

D' EV E N IN G P 0
Eighty Guineas, if i Prko of 4toool.
'FortfDuineast ifa Prit~ei,oool.
Tweity Guineas, if a Prize of fool. .
Six Guineas, if a Prize bf ol. .
Three Quincas, if Prize of sol.
Total a8. .
Chaces+ allo..pf Thr'e ,8hilings each, for which "
the Advcnttgre will. receive, befides the Benefit ef
the Premium Ticke ,
One Hundted Poands if the Number of the Chantoo
is a. Prize of zq,oool.
Fifty, ifa Plie of It ,oooL
Tw enty-tive,' if a'Prile of .',oool.
Ten Pounds, if a.rize of f,oool.'
lixc Pounds, if a Prize of s,oool.
Three Pounds, .f a Priki of 5o01.
One Guinei, if a Prize qfl oal.
H1alfa Guinea, if a Prize of 5ol.
All there chances ve ifued from the Original
Tickets, agreeable, tt A& of Parliament, (Mr.'
Sharananntrnfaitahg none but the egal Bufinefsof
the Lottery)' and with every 'Ialf Guinea or~Thrce
Shilling Chance,' and alfo with thiee fixty-fourth,
two thirty-fcound, or onefixteenth or higher Sha:e,
a Premium Ticket, ltrialy -legal, and utnquellion-'
'ably f ecred, is given gratis,'entitliing the Holder
,ta the Beiefitv.!lxcified, ii the filbjoined Receipt,
by wlich every Adventurer, even.in i fmaill a Sum
as Thiece Shillings, has two' unibers,, andan Op-
portunity re: gain in one' Prize. tihe Capita0Sum of
Five Hundrud Pounds moil undouliteJly fcui ed.
The Rectipt of one of the m..ft capicilBarke.% Houfe:
in London, vir. that of Melrii. Boldero, Kenjalls,
Adey nud.Co. i(o(tfe Money for the Pteiuiiriu Tic-
ket, delivered qrati'bhy: Mr. JOHN SHAR MAN, at
Ml. Offices, (late Mr. Mhitefioith'a) N.-. 67, High
'Hdlborn, No. 1, le 0ee, andt No. 3, Biriehian-
Slane,.Colnlh. "
London, Ju'y.* 1777,.
We a0) certify, Tliat we .hav .received from Mr.
John Sharman the Sum of 8oo1I. fot lhe'PayTment
fa Prenum I cKtt iffued by him, 'entitli#g the,
Bearer to the Suni~qf' o I. 'i.f the .Number,thereof
is firft 'rawn toi fool. f it is itde Number of the
't firfd~iwn Priie of fienry Thoufand'Pounds j to
"'io 1. i' if tihe Nuramber of'the d eond'and la '
drawi:irize ot rwenty 'hoofand Pouidtds; and to'
"5oo1l.-if,it i'the laft dcawn Numbhr in' the' State,
SLorticy for ite irrfent Yrar which irip-. ive Su:.i.
-' making itr t.e whole Sool. we ar autlloretfd to I.i
ps hnoc ie Tner..'dntd ; i rfo retain Ih. %h Ic, c.r any
T,'rt ih- eniSol unrclailmrr) in our Hindi, or iw
"'MItnll lti, the 3.'mwg or rth Lottety fthall be.
i, fill ,fl'I, f' theiirti 'al ln ol all ~ti may i ot h.,ve
al .ur'un-iy r, irmera'elv apply "g
30ol.. BOl.:iEPII KF'-,')', A-.'&dEY 'nd o'
D. J A AI E 's P C \y' L tb K.
T HIS Medicine has n'rw ft6od the
left ot public Experience upwards of thirty
'Yers, ard the etir.urdinar) Benerit shieh has arifcn
t il n inlin i iro' its UiJe, his deter e lI gained it the
R-pui mo. of one of the greateft Di'cveries that ever
,A ar ni. .t: n Phl.,i. its Superiority user every other
Medicine'iin.the Cure'of Fevers, Rheumatifmis, &c.
has 'been manifefed in a Variety ofb Inftances, an-
thofe in the Cafes qf Perfons of the firl Chara&er aid
CI t ',nc. e. This Superiority has alfd bee n'cknowd
lcie* I l many, even of rhteFaculty, who have openly
admtinifleried it, and experienced its happy ElfBqs.
SB, as -maiiy Attempts4.asve been made under the
moft artfuj Pretences to improe upon tie Public coun-
terfeit Preparatioins of this Medicine, every Caution
has been given to obviate them. The Public have
been informed. by an Afidavit iimade by the late Dr.
James himfeif, supported' by the molt honourable
reftim y, that no Perfohs are. acqtiainte with the
Secret of his Powder, but the present Proprietors,
ROaER'T HAARCOURT 'JAsES (Student in,'Phyfic at
St. John's Collcre, Oxford) and FR ANa NEWEaRY,
J UNI OR (formerly Student iu'Phylic at Sidney College,
Cambridge) and as there are no other Perfons living
who ever had the leafl Concern ir the Procefs, from
them only can the Public beifupplied with the genuine
,iMedicine '
ltisS)ld.by thefaid FssAarels NBwaStRY, JUaIOR,
At his Medicinal Warehoufet No. 65, threeDoors from
the 'Bar, in St. Paul's Church Yard,-and: at. Doctor
James's late Houfe, in Bruton-ftreet, Price Two Shil-
lings and Six-pence the Packet: And that the Public
may be affured of theirAuthenticity they will obferve,
that each: Packet has a Receipt on the Outfide figned
by the faid F. Newbery, junior, and that no Perfons
are authorized to fell them again, but thofe who have
Certifcates under his Hand and Seal.

S T, .And N0. -
For. S A I, isby A VUC...IQ N,
4t the Exchange Coffee-hokfe, in.Bnrlol, on Thurfday#
the .-tl Day of Noiember Inll2nt,
A Handoime new-built FREE.
with 'a-ineat Peafure: G'den, cnriveaept- Paddock;;' .
fitua on the mo t pleafig art of Clifto4d4ill, and coin-
ipands a deligiful View pf the Country round i nw. in
Sthe Ppffefl of Mr.THOMAS PEDLAR, (but if let .
would be well worth 5ol; per'Annum.) The Hfuflcon-
iits of three Garrets, fix Bed-roomir, three Pirloure.a
Hall, good Kitchens, arched Cellar, and convenient Orfi-
ces. There are two good Stables, and twd Coachi- hos '
adjoining. .
The Houfe, Garden, Paddock, &c. contain One Acr .
of Gl..ind, and i6 fibject to a Chief-Rent of 51 pir Ann.
In aj,,it Da's -:uzil be ub!ij,''t,
7 7H I. MI'D D;L:ES E X and
SUI R Y SHE 'ET. AJL: :.N.A4C,b K,,
For the *Y EA R' 1778. "
Containing,: i. The Hlidays, &c' ; 'Moon's Signs,
Rifing andSetting of the Moon; Riing' aid Setting of
the Ssn every'Day in 'the Year; and aPrognofticatiih of
thbeeathr. .A Lift of the Royal Family', Judges,
Archbilhops, Bilhops, and Deans. 'I. Thte Sovereigns of
Europe. '4. The Members of Parliament for Middlefex
did Surry. s5 The Days. on which the Sefrions of the
PKaci will be held foiMiddlefx. 6. A Lift of the Fairs
li'ea and movreable. 7. A Defcription of the.Four Qjar-
ters of the Year. 8. The Tirie of High Water at'Lon-
'doq Bridge, Morning and Afternoon. '
This Almanack mnay be had folded up for the Pocketti
SPrinted for T..Carna' in St. Paul's Church-yard.
S ow.' Of who may be had,
Sr.: The Cornwall Almahiack.
2. The Devonfhire Almangck.
3. The Dorftfibire Almanack.
4. The Effex Hertfordlhire, and Cambridgeflire Al*
manack. :
.'. The Hamnplhire Almanack.
5.. Tle Kerit Almaniack. '
7* T'ieLancafhire, Chelh;re, ind Derbyflire Almansck.
S8'The Lincolnihire, Notrng&hamnhire, and Rutland-
* hire Almanack.
S The Norfolk Almanack.
o.. The Northamptonihire, Htntingdonhire, ani
Leiceltelihire Almanack..
ir. 'The Nprthumberland' Cumberland, Weflmore.,
land, and Durham Almirtack.
iz. The Ou.todilhre, BUJnloghirnfhire, and Bedford-
Thire Almanack.
1 The Shropphh;e, Herefodflhire, and Monmouth-
fhire Alminack.
14. The Soierfetlhii-e, and Glouceiterihire Almanack-
ES, The Staffordihire, Warwickfhirr andWocefter-
fhire~lmanaack. '
,26; The Suffolk Anmanack.
17. The Suffex Almanack ..
IS. The Wiltfhire, and Berkfhire Almani"ak
19. The Yorkfhire Almhnack.
The above Almanacks contain an Accou4t of the Mem-
bers of Parliament, and the Fairs fixed and moveablei
and to the Maritime Counties are added, the Time of
High Water at the principal Ports. They may be had
in a Sheer, or folded up for the Pocket.
zo. Wing's Sheet Almanack, with a Cautitn agaitift
Lottery Impoftors.
2 l. Cambridge Sheet Almanack.
22. A NewLondon Sheet, printed on Pearl Letter.
23. Burrow's Sheet Diary, with a Caution agpinft Lop-
.tery mpoftors..
24. Vo4 Stellarum; or, a Loyal Almanack. By
Francis Moore, Phyfician.
25. Poor Robin's Almanack.
z6. Ladles and Gentleman's Diary. By Reuben 'Ba-.
row, late Affift.nt Atronomer at the Royal Obdervatory,'
27. Rider's Almanack, witK a correct Lift of Faire
fixed and moveable.
2g. Goldfmith's Almanack. .
29. A Royal A'manack and- Meteorological Dialy.
including a Journ.a-of the Weather for the preceding
Year. By H. Andrews.
30. The Ladies Complete Pocket Bobk, with a Fron-
tifplece, elegantly engraved, of the Compan at. thi.
.Pantheon and.Vauxhall Gardens,
31. Baldwin's Daily ousrndl.
32. A Companion to Moores Almaiiackf of', A.*
Expigcation of the Calendar.
Chrift- Males 18 Males- 273
ed Females 9 6' BuEied Pemales 246
In all 3 361 In all 54
SIncreafed in the Burials this Week, r3z

Nov. g-7. BRI TI 8 CH R O C LE for 177.y. 447
AMERICAN INTELLJG'ENCE. I This day his Royalf-igfhneds the Dukeof
rOt Crpt. F s H -,K L L, .ept. .. Cmniberland entered into the 334 year of
Ext'rB of a letter from. Vilmisgto;, A4kg. 26. his .age:
L O N D O N. The enemy have landed about two TuefdaynightJermingbamCheveley,Efq;
'NO~twithfRanding all the reports that thousand men, and are within-four miles of was fworn into the office of Curi.tor for the
N.have been lately circulated concerning, the head of Elk; they adt with caution, counties of Norfolk and-Cumberland be-
the neivs received from America,, that the even to timidity. fore the Lord Chancellor.
American News Papers were printed in Lon- "His Excellency is gone out to recon- Laft Satuirday morning the Canterbury
don, we are from undoubted authority au- noitre the country near them, with three Machine' was, topped on B!ackheath, op-
thorized to declare, that several Merchants regiments of horfe; to-morrow we hall take polite Sir Gregory Turner's, by two high-
of .tis.City have received' from their Cor- our flations, fo as to,'aftagainft them ;.their wayipen, who behaved in A daring manner,
respondents News Papers of..the fame date, horfes are dying fa.ft nine have floated on wearing. at the paffengers, whom they
and -exatly the fame, verbatim, with tlee hbore within the pace of a mile. searched; one' of theinm.dropped a guinea,
Letter signed: by order of the Congrefs, as. ," The Militia are collecting, and in three which they' made ah' outside pfl'enger get
published in our Paper of Monday laft, Idays we hall have 30,000 men round-them; down and pick tup for them. .Their faces
and that the Merchants have the original we are afraid they will not leave the River were covered..
Neiws Papers by them. but keep poffeffion of a'neck of Jand, called Laft night, about eight o'clock, the fol-
SExtrat of a letter friom Plymouth, Nov4 Turkey Point." lowing daring robbery was committed: Five
"' Since my laft arrived his. Majefty fhip Fi.om the MARYLANDJOURNA.L, Aug. 26. ,. men armed -with cutlaires, knocked at the
theAfia, from a cruize, whod poke with a By his Excellency THOMAs JOHNSOr, QJ'; doorof Mr. Grubb, an Attornry, inook'--
tranfport from New-York, bound to Liver- Governor of the State of Maryland. court, Carey-ftieet ; on the door being o-
pool, who acquainted them that Philadel- p R C L A M A -T ,O .N. opened they rushed in and bound Mr. Grubb,
phia was certainly in the hands of Gen. THIS State being nonw,aakdally in- and three maid fervanits, and robbed hini of
Howe, and that. there had. been three en- vaded by a formidable land and'fea force, eighty pounds in calh, a twenty pound
gagements." and the enemy, in all proba.biNity,defigning note, a gold watch, and plate to a conti-
The William,- Norris, from New York, to land somewhere near the head of this derlbleamount, with which they got clear
is arrived at Liverpool. Bay, I have, in-order to collett a body of off.
Extra of a letterfir-o Portfmouth, Nov. 6. Militia,. to be ready to af with'thhe Confi-
"Arrived at Spithead his Maietly's Ihip mental army, whiqh may foon.h eexp6eed,to F the STTE LO TR OFFICE
Squirrel, Capt. Harvey, from Lifboh, with meet the enemy, thought' proper to iflue Ftom e STATE LO' OFICE,
difpatches, and his Majefty's floop -Cupid, this my Proclamation, hereby requiring and By the KING s PA-EN'r,
from the Downs." commanding the county Lieutenants, the A CAUTION to tohe PUBLIc..
Yesterday -afternoon twelve fail of out. field and other proper Oficers of the Mi- Whereas various Perfons have published
ward' bound Welt Indiamen failed from litia of the western fhOre of thisState, in- Propolals fortheSaleofShares and Chiinces'
Gravefend for Portfmouth, to join the con- mediately to march at leakrtwo full com- and have_ appointed Agents in; and Ridcrs
voy, after being detained several weeks for panies of each battalion of the Militia' O to, every part ofrhe Kingdom: A-ndwhereas
want of Seamen. the neighbourhood of the Surquehanna Ri- many.of fi.ch Perfons arenotfrious Sharpers,
The Codroy, Adey, from Halifax, is loft ver, in Cecil and tFiford counties, whrre 'whole fole View is to defraud'th'e Uiw'ary,
going into Newfoundland; the materials they fhallreceiv ..rders.-To defend our.li- they orot poffefling the original Tickets of
laved. berties, requires our'exertions-; our wives,. faid Shares and Chances anid therefore are
The'Lucy, Capt. Selborn, from New- our children, and our countryy imploreour -not only incapable' of'pying the Prizes,
foundland to Jerfey, ison hore near the lft affiftance; motives amply sufficient to aran but are liable, to a Penalty'of SoQl. for every
mentioned place, and it is feared will be every one who can be called a.man. i Share or Chance this fold.'
loft. Given at Annapolis, ths '22d day of Au- In order to bring to Ju'fice fuch atrocious
Several fall veflels that were on thore. guft, in the yearof our-Lord, 1777. Offenders, 'I beg Leave" to acquaint-the
near Ramfgate Pier, are gone to pieces, T. JoHNSsoN." Public, that I have adopted a Plan, which,
and very little of their cargoes are faved. Philadelphia, Aug. 26. Laft Sunday morning with their Concurrence.. will in future Lot-
Extraq of a letter from Paris, O0. 16.. part of theContinental army, amounting to series put atop to there Pradices; arid by
This day arrived here the grandfon of ,about ooo00 men_ with his Eclency Ge- it I am now in Poffetlion of two Chances,
Dr. Franklin, who was on bard the.Lex- neral Walhington atCtoir heal, marched No.6009og and No.*z6oto, pirchafed of
Ington privateer, going with difpatches- to through this city, and immediately pro- aPerfon or' Perfons, the Original.State Lottery
the Congrefs, but taken on .their paffage ceeded over the River Scuylkill, on their Tickets of which Chances i alfo have, and
bytheAlertcutter,Licet.Beazley, He fays' way to the eastern hore of .Maryland, t-eY, together with the Chtuces, may be
he made his efcape froi the Lexington on where the enemy's, fleet have lately been fen tat my Office, No. 67, High Holhorn.
her paffage from Dover to London; by the feen, and it is thought will make a defcentr' SHARMAN. i
affiftance of a Gravefend boat,. who landed upon that State. And yesterday morning The above Fraud, with many others daily
him at Gravefend. The firft port, he fays, General Nafh's brigade of North Carolina .pra&ifed, prove how neceffary it is for Ad-
they arrived at was Dover, where .he was forces, and Colonel Procor's regiment of venturers to be cautious where they buy,
very kindly received by many friends he artillery, paffed through this city. They and alib display the utility of my Method
found to America. He paffed, he-fays, for are to purfue the fame route, in order to of il'uing Shares and Chances, for which
an American Dotor, which gave them not join our mot, illuftrious Geieral. his Majefty has granted his Royal Letters
any fufpicion but that he was a paffenger. .On the enemy's fleet appearing off Bal- Patent, and which the Attorney-General.,
Now our Naval Officers may fee their mif- timore, the difaiffeed inhabitants were all. Solicitor-General, Recorderof London, and
take, and, the next privateer they.take, how feized and fent under a ftroug guard, to many other great Lawyers, declare to be an
to depend on"American Doctors as paffen- Frederick Town. abfolure Security against .Fraud, Accident
gers." This day arrived a Mail tiom France, but. or Error.-The Plan and Particulars, with
Extra of a letterfromNantz, O. 24. brought nothing new. the Councils Opiaions, aredelivered'Gratis,
SThe Admiralty of this. place, in the This day at noon the Right Hon. the at No. 67, High HolbQrn; No. 30, Fleet-
cafe of the two Weft Indiamen, in which Lord Mayor, several of the Aldermen, She- street; No. 2z, Birchin-lane, Cornhill, and
Mr. Long is concerned, have niot deter- riffs, and a number of. the Common Conn- no where elfe in London.
mined the bufinefs in favourof either party, cil,.met at Guildhall, from whence' they N.- TheShop-keepers, CountryRiders,
English or American. The goods -remain went in proceffion, attended by the' or Agents in any Shape, who fell the illegal
under the King's care. The determination City Officers, to St. James's, where, being Chances by Commiffion, are liable fo 5091.
of this fuit in favour of the Englilh, will introduced by the Lord in'waiting, they Penalty for very one, as well as the original
entirely bar the Americans from bringing presented their Addrefs on the fafe Delivery Publifhers..
in any more prizes into thePortsof France; of the Queen of another- Princefs. They
and Spain, we 'hear, has determined they were received very -gracioufly; his Ma- Sr o C K don lbis Day, at One o'Clock.
hall not come in there; for fo we hear by jefty thanked them for their dutiful and af- Bank Stock, 29zg 'New Ditto, Ann.
letters received from Madrid and Cadiz. fefionare Addrefs; and faid, their con- india Stock, 166 3 per Cent 175, -
Several prizes are lying at L'Orient, the gratulations and the sentiments which they' South Sea, I' dia Ann. 741,
fate of which will be determined by the fen- expreffed on the, further increase of his Ea- 3 per Ct. B. Red. 7S, a i Long Ann. -
tence of Nantz." mily, could not fail of affording him great. 1per Ct. Confol. 79a4 Shor; ditto, Ihut
This day Abel Moyfey, Efq; Barrifter at pleafure and fatisfa&ion.-After which they 3 Ditt, i7z6, India onds, 4 prC.
Law, of Lincoln's Inn, and Member for were regaled with wine, cake, &c. as ufial. 3-per Cent. 175. 79 a Natery.B.ls, z~ per Ct.
Bath, wa's 'appointed one of the Welch The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor. Eledf 4peCtCOw to,76, 79 a LotteryTip. 1741. I. i,
Judges, by which his feat for Bath will be has been pleaded to appoint the Rev. Dr. Nedirto, S. 7, S a S.cip76 97om
vacated. Kettilby his Lordfhip's Chaplain, ,

448 L L O Y D
P'O.R'T"-N E -W S.
Deal,Nov. 5. Wind W.S..W. Arrived and'
failed for the River, the Reward, Perkins,
from Oporto. Remain the hips as before,
and Live Oak, Ayies, for Penfacola; Lon-
don, Douglas, for -Granada ; Friendlhip,
Parker, for Tobago; Green River, Addis;
Dorothy, Delamore; Bigland, Swan; Dawes,
Brown ; and Friend(hip, Dunn, for'Jamaica;
Britannia, Clark, for Batrbadoes; Britannia,
Wade, for St. Vincent's; and Stringer,
,seal, Nov. 6.' Wind-W. S. W. Sailed this
mornihgwith federal of the outward-bound,
th'eTrecothick, Moore,. and St. JamesPlant-
er, Stuart, for Jamaica. Remaiq with the
flips as before, the Thomas, Manrt, for
Montferrat;-Refolution, Cox, for Grenada ;
Cornwall man of war.
Po T- of LON DO N. Coafers entered Inwards.
Nov. 6. From Aberdeen, Ambaffidor, Ann.
Boreowflonef., Nancy. Leith, Edinburgh. Hull,
Nidd, Ouze, Polly. Wbitby, Violet. MiUbrd, -
C elar. Carmarthen; Ra-ehorl'. Plymouth,
Profpgrous. Chickefier; Providence. South-wold,
John and Sarah. .Wells, Wells Packet. Leigb,
King of Prulira, Unity. WiYjech, Sally. Pool,
William and Mary. R)e, Rye Merchant,
Harwich, Friends,.G Odwvll,. Sooken, Dover,
Diligent.' Co!chefler, Rofe in June. Rocheflr,
Richard and Sarah,Endeavour, Good Intent.
To Pir. NOR rTO, .Surjeon Golden.fluar), L-ondon.
S I ... i
IN Juftice- to the Merit of your va-
.lubile Medicine, iad'fbr the Benefit of'my Fellow
Creatures, I beg :y'bu.will publifh tbe.following Cafe.
I was. afflihed with.:a'fevere and obifinate Scurvy
for near two Years. I applied tofeveral of-theFaculty
for.Relief, without the saft Appearapce of Succefs,
my Diforder growing were; instead of better i in this
Situation, by the Advice of a Friend,in the Beginning
of March,, 776,; i made Trial of MAREDANT's.
'DROPS -my, Legs, Aimi, ind'other Parts of my Bo-
dy, were exceedingly inflamed and painful ; in Ihort,
spy Life:became burthenfirme, having entirely loft my
Appetite, nor could I get but very little Reft. I took
three Bottles after the Difappearance of the Difcrder,
aad at this Time (it is fifteen Months fince I left
them off,) am, thank God., in a good State of Health,
and free from every Complaint
I am, Sir, your 'mol humble Servant,
Witners, W. BREEZE,
cim. Snelfodn Nantwich. W. BREE .
Teacher of Writing and the Mathematics; at
'Audlem,Chelhire, Sept. 13, 1777.
N.B. "Any Perfon defirous of knowing further Par-
ticulars refp'e&ing my.Cure, may be informed, by ap-
plying to me or the Witnes.
Thefi'Drops are fold in fquare Bottles; with the fol-
lowing Infcription on them, via. (Juoiit NoRToN, only
Pnorietor and Autbor of Mlaredant's Drops,) -by Mr.
Norton, Surgeon, Golden-fquare. London, at Half a Gui-
nea and Sii Shillings each i those at Half a Gpinea are
fold at his Houfe only, therefore muft be genuine;. the
others are doubtful, (unlefs bought of him,).as'he almolf
every.Day is informed of, or difcoer's,' a fpurious Sort
being fold (more particularly in the Cu'ntry,) imitating
his in Colour, lthe Seaiing, Bills of Direcion, together
with his Hand,'writing counterfeited, the rnoraeffelually
to deceive; he therefore begs, tlat 'whofoever are inclined.
to take hiis"f!'tlei of S;i Shillings, for their Health's'
Sake will be extreniely-cautious of whom they bpy them.
T,'h' effetually cure the Leptoly, Scurvy, old Sores or
Ulcers, the Evil, :Fifulai, Piles, Pimpled Faces,' long
continued Inflammation of the Eyes, Bilious Cholic, St.
Anthony's'Fire, fcorbntic Gout and Rheumatifm, and
every other Diforder arifing from a' Fulnef of 1the Blood':
They'alfoperfe Digeffion, and amaizingl create an Ap-
petite, by ftrengh'ening, the Stomach, ac4. will anc as 1
Reitorative to the molt reduced C'onflitution,.
*'* Sold Retail by Mr. Kearfly, at No. 46, in Fleet-

DRURY-LANE, Nov. 7.] 'The Merchant
of Venice, with the Deferter.
COVENT-GARD EN, NOV. 7.]- Richard the,
Third, with Cornus.


,oTo be SOLD by'.AU CT ON
By Mr. RIDG E W A Y,
By Order of the EXECUTORS,
At'the Rofe and Crown, on Kew-Green, on Mohday,
the : .th Infant, at Twelve o'Clock,
Q IX fubitantial and .well-built
Brick Dwelling-houfes, Coach-houfes, Stabling, and
Gardens, in a highly diftinguilhed Neighbourhood, being
moft defireably fituated on that ljuftly admired Spot,
KEW GREEN, five thereofCopyhold, held of the Manor
of Richmond, otherwise Weft Shene, and one Leafehold,
let to very refpeable Tenants, at upwards of TWO
HUNDRED POUNDS per Annum, being Part of the
Eflate of .
A genteel Dwelling-houfe, with Coach-houfe, a Four-
ftall Stable, and a Pleafure-Garden, (Copyhold,) let on
Leafe for twenty-three Yeats from Midfummer 1776, to
the Right Rev. Thomas Lord Bihop of Briltol, at 341.
7.. per Annum.
I A neat Dwelling-houfe, with Pleafure and Kitchen-
Gardens, (Copyhold,) let to' Thomas Methold, Efq; on
Leafe for thirty-one Years, from Lady-day, 1777, at 521.
ics. per. Annqm; and alfo a Coach-houfe, and:Three-
fall Stable, on the North Side of the Giren, let for the
fame Term, at. 81. per Annum, making 6ol. sos. per
Annum ; the Landlord to allow and pay all Rates or
Taxes. .
A fmall Dwelling-houfe,. (adjoining Mr. Methold's,).
with Outhoufe, large Orchard, and to 'Kitchen-Gardens,
(Copyhold, now -in Hand,) in the Occupation of Mrs.o
Warren, relia of Thomas Howlett Warren, Efqi'decealed.
SA Dwelling-houfe, with Coach-houfe, Thite-ftall Sta-
ble, and Garden, (Leafehold,) 'for ai unexpired Term of
fifty Yeais, fubjea to a Ground-Rent of41. per Annum,
let on Leafe for 21 Years fiom Lady-day, 1769, to'Mrs.
Mary Buffar, at 4cl. per Annum. .
An-Inn, calledd the ROSE and CROWN, with a
large Banquetting Room detached, Coach-houoe; and Sta-.
bling .fo' Horfes, Ding-yard, with Hogfltyts and Sheds
therein, (all Copyhold,) let on Leafe for 42 Y'ears from
Miehaelmas, 1775, now in the-Occupation'of Mr. Wil-
liam Somars, at 351. per Ann.
A Dwelling-houfe, (Copyhold,) let on Leafe for 21
Years from Midfummers 1775, to John Haverfield, Efq;
at 271. pqr Ann.
A Brick-built Coach-houfe for two Carriages, and Seven-
ftall Stables, with Hay-loft over theWhole, (Copyhold) the
Eaft Side of Kew-Green, let on Leafe for 'a Years from
Michaelmas, 176', to John George Shennerftedt, Efqi at
51. per Annum, but now occupied by' his Majefty, at a
very considerable improved Rent.
Notice of aysa of viewing will be-given, and printed
Particulars tinimly delivered at the Place of Sa'e and at
Mr.'Ridgeway's, Fenchurch-ftret.
By' Mr.. R ID 'G'E W A Y,
At Mr. Ball's, the Sign of the at Tottenham,
on Saturday, the i th Inft. at Twelve o'Clock,
TH E, following FREEHOLD
and LEASEHOLD ESTATES, f.tuate in the
Parifh of TOTTENHAMin the County of Middlefex,
konfifting of SEVEN ACRES and a HALF of Freehold
'Land,'fituleiving, and beihg in Tottenham Marh,' (the'
Land Poft-marked A. W.) formerly in the Pofleflion of
Mr. John Bland, but.now let on Leafe to Mr. John Gray,
,ive Years whereof were unexpired at Michaelmas lat, at
a l. 5s per Ann.
A Barn-yard, and two Acres of Land, Leafehold, on
Tottenham-hill, held for a Term, of which 36 Years
were unexpired at Lady-day laft, ubjee to a' Ground-rent
of 61. per Ann. let on Leafe to Mr. Jbh' Gray, five
Years thereof unexpired at Michaelmas -laft, at lol. per
"Ann. and three new-built Brick Dwelling-houfes, with
Garden to each, held for the fame Term and included in
the fame Ground-rent, let to Winter, Sharp, and Willett,
(Tenants atWill,) at fix Guineas each; all together eight-
teen Guineas phr Ann.
A Barn, nine Acres of Upland, and 'fix Acres of Land,
in Michley Mar i, Lea'ehold, held for an unexpired Term
of ten Years at Michaelmas laft, at 301. per Ann. let to
Mr. John Gray, for the fame Term, at 331. rcs. per Ann.
and three Houfes held for the fame Term, and included
in" the famA Ground-rent, let to White, Thorowgood, and
Balfett, (Tenants at Will,) at 15l. 1s. spei.Annum.
To be Viewed by applying to ,Mr. Barnfield, at Tot-
tenhan Mill. Printed Particulars will be timely deli--
vered at the Place of Sale, and at Mr. Ridgeway's, Fen-
church-ftreet. .

LONDON : Sold by W. NI on t, w St. Paul's Church-yard, B1y whom a' Perfons may b regularly fcrved wls tt is ?ier. Let-
ters to he Editor. and Advertifements will be received, at New o losd's Co e-He rut, or th -y4d GraS nget an- a the Publifher';


T, &c. Nov.
By Order of the EXECUTORS,
At the Role and Crown, on kew-Green, on Mp.oday,
Sthe a4th of November, 1777, at Twelve o'Clock,
N INE Brick-bi iltDwelling-houfes,
a Cbach-houfe, and Grainery. over ditto, and other
Ere&ons, all Copyhold, fituate on KEW GREEN, and
held of the Manor of Richmond, otherwise Welt Sheene,
in the County ofSurry, let to the under mentioned Te-
nants, at x6ol. per Annum, being a further Part of the
kEftate f ,
..THOMAS HOWLET WARREN, Efq; deceafed.
A Dwelling-Iroufe, let to Mrs. Warren, (Tenant at
Will,) at 301. per Ann.
A ditto, let to Mrs: Piggot,,(ditto,) at 25l..per'Ann..
A ditto, let to Mrs. Newton, (ditto,) at' 201 per Ann.
A ditto and Shop, let to Mrs. Buirel, (ditto,) at 171.
per Ai t. /
A ditto, let under an Agreement for a Leafe, of which
fixteeii Years and a Half are unexpired at Chriftmas next,
to Mr. LewiS Albert, at 71. per Ann.
A Dweliing-houfe, let to Mr. ,Findlay, (Tenant at
Will,) at x5 per Ann.
SA ditto, let to Mr. Andrews, (ditto,) at ill. per Ann.
A.ditto, let to Mr. Frime, (ditto,) at 71. per Ann.
SA'litto, let to Mef. Phillips, (ditto,) at 61. per Ann.
SA Coach-houfe, let under an Agreement for a Leafe of
i -Years, from Chriltmas 1774, to Mr. Layton, at 51;
per Ann.
A Granary over the before-mentioned Coach-houfe, let
to Mr. Frime, (Tenant at Will,) at il. ros per Ann.
-A Coal-fhed;let to Mr. Frime, (Tenant at Will,)at' l.
per Ann,.
SA Smith's Shop, let undei an Agreement for a Leafe
of 2r Years, from Lady-day 1766, to Mr Barnard, at
i2s. 6d. per Anm. .
AYard and Cobler's Stall adjoining to the Smith's
Shop, untenanted, and a 'large Workflidp adjoining the
'Stables, occupied by his Majefty, now in the Pofeffidn of
Mrs. Wairen.
Notice of Days of Viewing will be giveri, and printed
Particular timely delivered at the Place of Sale, and at
Mr. Ridgeway's, Fenchurch-ftreet.

By Order'of the EXECUTORS,
SOn Menday, the' Ift of December, at Twelve o'Clock,
THE remaining Part of the CO-
PYHOLD ESTATES, held of the Manor of
Richmond, otherwift Weft Sheene, and which are fituate
at-Richmond, in the County of Surry, let to the under-
mentioned Tenants, at S61. pe. Annum, of
A VillaI called MOUNT:AR!'RARAT, with 6bach-
houlfes Stable, and other Obtt'houfes, Gardens, and thh e
Actes of Land, let on Le ui for 3r Years, from Lady-day
1775, to Daniel Wray, Efqi at 631. per Ann.
A Dwelling-houfe, with Slaughterrhoufe, Stables,.Yard,
and Out-houfes, in High-ftreet, let on' Leafe for 2 a Years;,
from Michaelmas 1767, to Mr. Boxell Elling, Buttceir, at,
fixteen Guineas per Ann.
A Cottage and Ground on Pethoafe Common, let to
- Cookman, Tenant at Willat 61. per Anni.
SNotice of Days df Viewing will be given, ahd printed
Particulars timely delivered, at the Place of Sale, and at,
Mr. Ridgeway's, Fenchurch-ftccet.

A NEW EDITION, correced,
of OWEN's BOOK of FAIRS, being the only
and WALES, will be'ready to be delivered with the Al-
S ,** In order to prevent Imnipfition, by fobftiruting
erroneous AccountI in the Room of hie authentic Lifs of
Fairs, it is neceffary to acquaint the Public, that none
can be 'depend, d upon but fuch as are figned with the
Hand-writing of W. Owen.

High Water at London Bridge. .
Saturday, At 3.1Min. aft. 7 in the Morning.
And 6 Mi. aft. 8 at Night..
Sunday.. At 36 Min. aft. 8 in t!e Mornings.
And 13 Min. after 9 at Night.
Monday, At 43Min. after 9 in the Morning.
And20zo.in. after 1o at Night.

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