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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 5, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Three-Pence Halfpenny o�iy. From TUESDAY, January 5^ to T H 17 & S D A T, Jani/jAr y 7,  1796. WEDNESDAY, Oct; 6. firm the LONDON GA&ETT^E. Whitehall, Ian.  ^) to prefent the Rev. Geo. r-r^/X*. Hamilton to the church and parifh of Gladfmui'r, in the county arid prefty-tery of Haddington, vacant by the death of the Rev. Francis Cowan. 'p^^^Irh.�^^l . The King has been t^�J^iSs^S!^^ jileafed to' grant to Aug. ^a^eadiAj Efiji (yottngefl fon of -Sir Henry Ca-vendith', pf Boveradge, in the coiinty of Derby, Bart, by I>ame Saraft Caveiidiflt . hFs'wife, who Was the daughter and only child. cF Richard ^radfhaw, heretofore of the tity of Corfce, but late of Dover-ftreet;, Weftainfte� Efq. deceafed) His royal licence ami authorkyto take upon him and ufe the furnam'e and^bear the arms of Brad- , fliaw, in "addition to and along with his prefent furname and arms, purfuaht to the laft,will of ; his grandfather, the faid Richard Brad (haw } \ inch arms being firft duly exemplified according to the laws of. arms-, and recorded in the Heralds 'Office, ; Dublin C&file, Dec. it, kyS^. The Ring, by his Wal letters, having appbinted James Fitzgerald, frtq. his Majefly's Prime Serjeant st Law in irelaud, to be of his Majelty'sr nio"rt honourable �ftivy f?BUntil of this kingdom, lie this day in fcouncij took the ufual oaths; and his place at the Board.accordingly; , t Petcr/burgh, "Dec. ii. Saturday, laft being die Anniverftry Other Irisperial Majefty's name's (day, it was1 celebrated 'at court in the uftal manner, and in the evening there was a balh . Copenhagen, Dee. 35.S. On the nth inftarit Ills Serene Highfiefs Prince Charles of HeflTe was jjominated Pfefident General 6f die College of War 6f this kingdtohi. S H I P    N E W S. . beat, Jdn. -Wind S. W. Put hick H,. Three Sifters, Wirfo'n; Blenheim, Uitfon ; Ja-maica. Planter, DafhwoodLittle Ja'nej Morrison j Jane', Riiflelli and Winchefter, Bruce, for Jamaica ^ Spooner, Loran, for St. Kitt's j Dominica; Hall, for Dominica; Eleanor, Hehder-fbn^ for Barbadoes; Jane, Hayne, and George-yVhiteiides> for Virginia ;. Refolution, Chevers; fcr NevisWoodford, Lsddre, for Grenada Lively, Bruce, for Leghorn^ and Betfey, Former, for Gibraltar. Remain with the /hips as "per laft, the Cockatrice cutter. Deal, Jan. 4. Pur. back the James and Re-becca> Clark, for Antigua; Marquis of Carmarthen, Rbwfon, for Jamaita; Harriot; Poing-|e(ke,_ and. Ajliajce;. ,Gallilee.. for Hondata** Elizabeth, Sinclair; and Acorn; Prefldn; for Virginia,; the Betfey, Firth, the Turin Gajftey, Sainthill, the Severn, Stone, and Shepftei&efi, Cifcnder, tofi/xf^ifiSidPegafus, Ballard, for Oporto ; and remain with the Royal Charlotte, Triton; a,nd Francis Eaft-Indjamen; Cockatrice and Nimble cutters, outward-bound as before, Jknd Recovery; Couchj for Waterford. Wind Weft. Grave/end; Jan. 3.    Pafled by the Lark, Davies, from Marfeilles; Princefs &oyal, Spur Her, from Carthagena^ Three tirbthers, Peters, and Agnetta, Wilder,.from Grortengen ; John; JVevvman, from Barbadoes; Triton,  Harding, from Waterford. Grave/end, Jan. 4.    Paffed by the William . and Hannah, Giles, from Sevillej and Calais l*ncketi Gillingham> from Calais. .  . !�.......' �>,.' .    1. LONDON. Yefterday the Du'se of Bolton gave a grand entertainment to his Royal Highnefs. the Prince of Wales �, with feveral of his friends, at Hack-Wood, H?AltS.    . , The Duke of Clarence Continues miich indif-pefed at his apartments in St. JafficVs Palace; The propofal df the King of PruiTia to the Republic of Poland is truly cyrioiJs, and requires the ferions confideratian of Englishmen.    He propofes,  that the Republic fhaH enter into ad alliance with him, Great�-Britaihj the United-Provinces, Sec. as feon as they fliall have fettled the hew foj-m of tkeir Government; and he in-finuates, that a Monarichy would be more eaftly formed, than the errors of a Republic be reformed. He propofes to protect them from all attack, and to treat one another as the raoft favoured nations reciprocally in trade.   The letter of the King of Pruflia was read in tl-.s Affembly.with great fe-crecy; and we Underitand there is a decifive majority in the AfleOably fbr the Geurt of 'Berlin. Should this treaty take place, the tvvo Imperial Courts will be forced into a peace with the Ported at the expense of all the captures they have made* end will fit down fo crippled as to be Unable to-a�t ho:iilely for years to come. The office of Ordnance in the Tdwetj which was burnt down about two vezrt fincj, Is begun to be repaired, the walls and other' brickwork having upon a furvey been found found and capable of repair without raxitg the fdtirt dation. All the offices are to be arched, tO'pre-Vent mifchicf in future. Hatfield houfe wks^ laft Monday nighba fcene of hofpitality, elegance, and^lendon "Thecfoors of this noble manfion were thrown Oj^p rt� the : Nobility and Gentry, without any political diftmc-tions, who refide in that county and nelghbpnr ; hood. A feleft party of Nobility dine'd wM..the Marquis and Marchionefs ; after which they  iflher/ on the North Weft coaft of Ireland pfotmfes to turn put highly advantageous j as. by i'ettej>ir.6m Newport Pratt, in the county of' Mayo> we are informed" that already the fifh are ib plenty,"that all the boats and fmacks are loaded without paffing the iflands; and that at Achill, about nine miles from that town, the take has been fo great, that many ftups aro nearly laden.-The Ifh are the largeft ever remembered to have been caught on the coaft of Iidand. The publick room at Paris, known by the name of the Pantheon, lately deftined to balls and concerts, is, we hear, lec to a new eftabliftied fociety, jijjjcalled Portique Francois, 011 Club dt la Revolution. By the plan which the fociety have publifhed of this inftitution it feems principally intended-to pre-ferve th* memory of the lay 1J ^vrfujaon in this country; ana at the lame time to encourage pa-triotifm, by prizes which are to be dillributed every year to thofe who mail fignalize themfelves by fome patriotick actions. Ledtures are like-wife to be read on Hiftory/ Morals, Civil Liberty, &c. The Mayor of Paris and Commander of the National Guard are tc be patrons of this Society. At a meeting held at Ledbury, on Wednefday Mr, John feeder, of .Brighton, who, being" auclaoneer'at a fale where it was lately fold, pur-chafed it on very eafy terms.   It is not legible wi�hp*rt a good glafs. Friday a watchman from Mortlake. in Surrey, was .co.mmitVed by .the Magiftrates fl.t Um^w-liaU, Borough,, for lelonioufty ftealing a large quantity. ojF ledd and lead pipes1, theproper^ty of Mr. Davis. It appeared in evidencei^t he,had. carried on the pracbee of ilealin^ and feflingiead for feyen years paft. A perfon from Brentford prpVed his haying purchafed lead in various fhapea and forms of him for that fpace of time, and, being a watchman, had riot the leaft fufoicion but that he came honeftly by it. Oa-hiswoufe being fearched, jt^re was found, a large auantity of corn of di^rent forts, which it is fuppofcd ftpie bat of the barges. Yeftefrday three footpads were apprehendiid, by Sir Sampfon Wright's hien at^Kenfingto^gore, , tfof have frequented that road for fome. time paft, and had robbed a gentleman that morning, Whom they treated with great cruelty.  Same day a young man vvas apprehended by the officers belonging to the Public-office, Bow:-ftreet, in bisapartmentsr in Dpverrftreef, - and carried before the fitfahg Magiftrates at-.that office, on fufpicion of having-llolen a large.quantity of plate frdftt Sir Cecil Wray; he was committed for . pirther, examination. ;'vThe Iri(h convidtsj lately brought from Newfoundland, are ftill weather-bound in Stoke's bay, near Portsmouth, guarded by a (loop of war, and having a ferjeant's party of marines on boards for Hill further fafety. They are ficklyto an alarming degree, and are regularly attended by=a faro [con, and fupplied with every necefiafy re-freJhment, in confeqaence of an order from Admiral-Rodham. The five pirates who were executed on Monday at Execution-dock are all ordered to be hung in chains-; one at Dover, and the others on the banks of the Thames* betweenLimehoufe and Gravefend,   '       x NewciB/W.Voo^ vfiaVk^; or~tnMlSle, to Mifs Irving, of the Sandhill.-Saturday the 26th of December, at St. George's, Hanover-fquare; Philip Wynter, Efq; of Aldborough, in Suffolk, to Mtfs Hamilton, of Mertfdoft-foreJh-Friday, at Boftbn; in the couhty of Lincoln, the Hon. and Rev. Charles Lindfay, to Mifs Fydell, only daughter of Thomas Fy dell, Efq; of that place. . DIED.J   Y�fterday ft'nnighr; at Newcaftlei laft. it was affreed to make a navigable canal from j deeply lamented,  Snow Clayton; Efq.-rSunday Hereford to Gloucefter, with a collateral branch to Newent. The rapidity of the current, occaftoned by the cbntinnance of wet and moift weather, is (fill fo grpat ahrtve  br^Ige, .Ua^geA ;are pre-. vented coming down vvith . the Ufual fupplies -of coin and flour to the markets of the metropolis. -THere being no Court of Aldermen yefterday at Guildhall, the bakers waited on the Lord-Mayor at Guildhall to fet the price of bread, When his Lordihip ,was pleafed to make an order to continue it at the fame price as before. , The new Opera-houfe; it Is now faid; is hot to be built on the fcite of the old one ; neither is the ChevaUer Gallini tb have the leaft concern in it whatever. Mr. O'Reilly 13 the fole patentee, his plans having obtained him the patronage of his Ma jefty, and the protection of the .Prince.   Exclu . five of the arc2iitec"r.uraj gtm.fi: of the intended ftructUre, his plan aWb fecftres the property of Mr. Vanburgh, and the creditors of the late houfe ; and is in every particular deemed unexceptionable: | . Mr. O'Reilly has pi.rchafed the *hole north-: fide of Leicefter-fquare ;-the new Opera-hodfe is to be built on the fcite of Leicefter-hqufe, and will cover the fpace ef 180 feet in front, by 325 in depth.   The exfnt of this magnificent ftruc-ture will be greater than is occupl^^by any fimilar building in Europe There is a perfon now living at Nortb>Murk haraj near Newark-upon-Trent, of the name of Wafs, who (though in perfeft health) has never been out of his houfe thefe 14 years. He is a fhop-keeper \ and his genius for mufic, as^xll as the mechanical arts, is faid to be very greaj but no one is able to-learn the motive for his reclufe way of Jiving. The following fingular circurhftance occured a few days ago at Claybro^k, in Leicefterihire : A poiley, joifted on a farm there, without any apparent provocation, feized ah ewe, killed it* feparated the head from th� carcafe, and had nearly devoured the fore-quafters, before he was difcovered at his extraordinary repaft. The ewe was in lamb, and presented a fhoeking fcene* An evening paper fays, we have often heard of the Lord's Prayers being written in the com-pafs of a fhillinp, but have feen lately a piece of paper of that dimenfionj which contains, ia mat nuicript, the Lord's Prayer, the Creed, the Ten Cotiamaridments,' PialmS iif, 120, 127, 131, 13�> 134, and 150; 9th chapter of Proverbs, ^ftyer Of St. Chryfoftom, two Gollefts, Prayer for the Royal Family, Nobility, Clergy, &c. SfC the Bleflirtg arid Junior, 1702, the name of the writer.   This curiofity is in the pofT^Con of > nno PlC^ERlNSS's TAtUTES, \,        VQl,.)XXXVl, PAltTIIh VlTbicJi JrconflpUtes. the XXXVlih Volume. T"/sis Day were publjjbed, �     -      (Price js. 6d. in.B.-a-Js) THE statutes .at large.   A Vicefiroo-nonp Oeorg.i HI. Regis, Being the Sixth Scffioa of the Sixteenth Parliament of Crest  Britajav    i'��. '� JDlA N   Y ,P i* $, R I N ti\ o    .. * ,  ^.-yk, Of Gra/t-Injb, 5%..       .   > Cambtidgtv .pointed by!: J. AtcWeacoij, ^fjriqtef W tky Uhiverfity. {fa Affigomentfraiq �h�. Execitor*, of Mi> Qathurft).% G. C\ J. aid   Rotinfon, J. joha^n,. �nd D* O&lry aadi^.^peaa,-JtyddWlbW, H*I^ord, Lond�a. r-     -      \    Of whoiDJnaybeBS^   ; ." C^mphte Setaot the *boVt Work, or �ay of the'Volumet ot SeUvixs fepitately, vo complete itng�r��aj5eti.      [lSo^ evening, in Titchfield-court, Oxford-ftreetj Mrs. Cbrby, midwife; who about fix weeks, fince was bitten by a cat that fhe trod upon in a dark ftair-cafe* where fhe was called apon to a labour. Tlic woorti, which was trivial, was immediately wafhed with vinegar, and every Other precaui ^Cafcen; hotwuhflanding which, the infection began to appear on the Tuefday preceding her death.   The fymptoms were a pricking in the leg, pain up to her knee, and privation of ileep'. She continued, to grow worfe till her deceale, and as fhe retained her fenfes to the laft, earneftly defired every perfon to keep out of her way, not fuffering any body to wipe the foani from her mouth, for fear of communicating the infection. The animal had flown into the houfe for refuge^ having been worried by dogs, and otherwife ill ufed by fome Unlucky boys the fame evening. S A N K R U P T. John Pool, late of Nailftone, Leicederfliire, butcker ; to Tutrenier Jan. 2�, and Feb. 1, 16, at eleven, at the White-hart, in Afflby-ie-la-Zouch, Leicefteiihire.   Attorney, Mr. finwtKi, Aihiy-ie.li-Znuch, of Mr. John Tebbut, Stapki-, ipn, IrOodun. Dividends t� bt maie. John Rand, of Readihg, Berics, linen-draper \ Feb'. 9, at ten, at Gjildhall, LonJun. �William Greavei, late of Fofter-lane London-, merchant; Jan. 30, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. ' John 'Henry Keiehard} lite or" Manchcfter, Lancjfliire, merchant; Jan. 26, at three, at the BullVhead lr.n, in Manchefler. Williaro Stevens, of Leadenhall-ftreet, in the city of London, man's-mercer aad draper; Jan.'26, at eleven; at Guildhall, London. . Miles Ni|htingale, of Fore-ftreet, London, dryfaitftrj Feb. 16, at ten, at buildball.   Final Dividend. Certificates to It granted. John Stride,, late of the Duttcn Eall-Jnciiaman, but new of Mill- pond-fheee, Soiunwaik, Surry, mariner j on or be* fore Jan. �6. Daniel Lovell, oF La#rtnce-l�nei in the city of London, merchant, (partner with James Panic; late of Lawic&fe-Jane, but no* of RiJuftn, France, merchant) 00 or before Jan. xh. Kenneth Catlinder, of South Molton-ftreet, in the parifh of St. George, Hahover-fquaie, MidJIefet, apothecarj; on or before [an. s.6. 1 John Hardirty and Benjamin fevani, of Hafliilton-ftreeti in the parifc of St. George, Hanovei-fquare, Middlesex, fadlers and coparuierl J on or before Jan. aG. ' f amei Morgan^ of the city of Briftol, innholderj on'or ef. re Jan. a6. daventrv anniversary. fTT^iffi Annual Dinner of the Gentlemen edu- Jl.- catei} at Daventry, will be at this. Londan- Tavern, B^thopfgate-Sticef. on Tuefday �ext, January is. STEWARDS J. BOWLES, -Eftij       I Mr. K. WAIN WRIGHT, Rev. Mr. LEWIS,        | Rev. B. FRENCH. Tickers 7s. 6d. uch (all Expcnces include j) at theBir. Dinner on Table at Four precifely. N.'B. Gentlemen ate par: cularly re^uttled to take their TUkW the Day Ufsre. [24  ianie, tudgate-ftreet. , [so CITY of LINCOLN. -r  Dec. t6, 1789. SARAH CLAPRAM, late of the SPREAE)-EAGLE INNV .begs Wi^to^turn her sooft fisxera thanks tocher Friends in particular', and the Public in general, fo> the kind fupport {betas already experienced y and Inform! them, that flic has removSlto. C'leFOST-OFFlCE ia th� faid City, where fcsr utmoft fndeavours will be exerted, tni ?vety accommodatitiq made, (to merit a continuance of thciir favours'.,      '   ' .   . ^ v.. ' ./ [28^3 PRIVATE EDUCATION. THE Friends of Young Ferftni defigned-for the UNIVERSITY^, the PROf^SSIONS* or the Superior Lines of Bulinefs, are inforaael that a CLER-CYMAN, actuftomed to conduft the Firming Part ot E-ucauon, receives into his H�ufe, Well fituated near London, a lirnitted Numbet of PC"PILS. ' . They are treated.lib-rally', the Plan of theirIrfrtrncxkii 1* adapted to .the Siruacion in Life'for which they art intended, and includes Advantages aot ufually found ia larger Seminaries'. '  . .   ,     ' . APP!>' at Me3"' Sjkes and Snaich, Bankers, No. 5, Man-fwn-H6ufe ftveet 5 or �it Mr.Elm%*s, No. 87, Strand. N. B. The Terms will fixit on-ry Perfans of CoKdition ana ^fpc�tibilitjf.v     ^ t       ^ .1        �   l�7}9 A* To-be Lett. AL u vhZx commoarenja" najprronrci zmvrr-a vj name of SK.EXBROO&E. HALL, 6tuaie at SICELBROOR.E, tn the Weft-Riding of Yorkfliire, near the. Great North Road, in. a Sne fportlag country, witk-in four miles 0/ a pack 0/ good. fu*.hownds� about fevea niiles from Doncafier, and eight from Pontefraa, two goo* market-towns, with flabl'mfc for upwardt of twenty horferj coach-houies^ brew-hoafe, dove ho&fe, offices, and gardedj the buildings are new and in gaod condition } the hall is com*> pleatlv furnJlhed, fiiitable for a gentleman of fortune.   ,.. A.fo, the PARK, containing about 60 acres, fioatinf t'leHal, w,th.a.'ri|lallftoc.kof Deer therein, ind pmilefea� -of killing a proper Quantity in fucteflion it age; according to the number of Rock." 'Alto three Clofes of Meadow aad Padu're La:idi'-n*at the Hal), containing about 17 acret. _� The tenant >ill have the privilege of Hunting, Shootftig^ and F14ung, instil* two extenfi^ve Jlcyaltiea of Skelbrbuke and Kirkfmeaton, adjoining each other, in a dry and plea* country*: ' � " Further particular; may be. had at Mr. Broadr'ck's Office, inD^ncaiUr. t*St* COCKELL'S HEIRS at LAW WANTED. WHEREAS MARY COCKELL, la�e of Kig'hley, in the county of York, Spinfler, de-ceafeJ, by her Will,  dated the 30th of September, 1776 gave divers Freehold, Copyho!dj and LeafehoM Ertates, ia diffsrent Parts of Yorkihire and in Cumberland and Weft-rriorlaad, to the Rev. Charles Knowlton, Clerk, Reclor of Kighley, aad Charles Booth, of Bradford, in Yorkshire, Wine Merchant, upon Trulty to Sell all or Part for particular Purpofes in, the Will mentioaedj and to pay the Rent* and Produce of the Refidoe to one JOSEPH WELSH, during hi. Life ', and on his Deceafe, to conve) and deliver over ti.� fame, together with the Family Pictures, and other Artic,
                            

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