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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 12, 1790, London, Middlesex                                iflu O N  D  c N.) ; Price Threc-Pin^e Halfpenny 6 w l y . Front TUESDAY;, January  12, to T H U R S DAY, January  14,  1796- W ED NE SD AY, Jan. 13. , From the LONDON GAZETTE. " Whitehall, Jan. 12. HE King has been pleafed f^^m ms Jungnas oeen pieaieu ^t^^4^U$ \o conftitute and appoint nr. \ .A,,   T);*^    Pnn.    Tr�hn the Right Hon. John Earl of Chatham, Rich. Hopkins, Efq; the Right Hon. Charles George Lord Arden, and Sam. Lord Hood, both of the j-^x kingdom of Ireland, the ^    . iX*" Right Honourable Robert Grofvenor, commonly called Lord Vifcount Bel-grave, the Hon. John Thomas Townihend, and J^ten Gardner, Efq;. to be his Majefiy's Com-njiflioners for executing the office of High Admiral of the kingdoms of G feat-Britain and Ireland, and the dominions, iflands, and territories thereunto belonging. ..; .Lard Chamberlain's Office, Jan. i'i. Such Ladies as defire to dance minuets at the ball which is to be at. St. James's on next Monday, the 18th ^nftaat,-: are requeued to /end their names and rank, in writing, to this o'iftce> on or before Friday the 15th, and to fend for their tickets the tnext day (Saturday) between the hours of ten in thejnorning and tw'Q in.the afternoon. N. B. No attendance will be given at this office,   in the 71ft year of his age. Ycjierday arrived tie Mail from .Holland. CoJtfimtrftofle, Nov. 12. � Seid Achmet Pacha Jias been, appointed commandant of Sophie; and �he .late Caitpacan;, Cojpamander at prefent of the CaJUes neat the Black Sea, has been made Seraikier.. The Sfirft, ;wh& is brother-iri-Favv to khe Salt;ah, ia as- little endowed with political i�n��el^dge as tne/econd, who is protected by tiie Sulpha Mother, - . , . We learn that the French hnd Genoe'ft have �>urchafed a great. quantity of corn in the Archipelago, which contributes much to raife the price of provifior�s in our capital) where a pound 'of bread cofts three paras and � half. 4 Warfaiv', Dec. 19. The tv/6 laft feflrbri's of jthe Diet have been very ihtereuing, and particularly by the reading of the Pl'in of the/Con-iftitution, which the LegiflatioYi kid before the �>iet; and whichwa^ generally applauded'. One of the principal pbinjts of the new ConlSlutlon will be; that Poland (hall remain an -elective kingdom, but that ho Foreign Prince fliall be elected King, which at once deft'roys the views attributed to ihore   for -Jamaica.   Wind S. W. L   O   N  D. O   N~ Yeilerday the Duke arid Duchefs of Richmond arrived at their houfe in Privy-Gardens from Goodwood, for the winter. The Poke of Montagu, Mafter of the ftbrfe to the King;: is-arrived at his houfe at Whitehall, from Scotland. Ex trail of a Letter from Flanders, Jan. 4. " The Patriots have been fcrprifed at St. Hu-berp, and'at Naffoque, and were obliged to retreat with little lofs ; they took the road to N'amur. " The Imperialifts entered tlie Marche yefter-day to the number of 1560 foot, and 214 horfe ; ahd among the prifdners they have brought with ihem is the Major Commandant of the Brabantine army."    *       ' -   . A private letter from; Avigndn, dated the 16th of December lafr, gives intelligence, that on the preceding day a courier had arrived there front Rome, with the joyful tidings that his Holinefs the.Pope had acceded in,the moft plenary man-nor to the requifAion of his fub}e�ts in the diftrift of Avignon and county1 0/Venaifin, for .the efta-Iblimmentof a free-ioijftitution, fimilar to that in the-reft of France j and that, an aflentbly of the r'neipal Nobility arid Burgeltes was immediately be held �0 fix on th* e&Sfco, of the new fe- The following Pee/s ate to take the x>aths and their feats in th# Hotife of Lords at ^he enfuing meeting of P^rlkflieTtt, hiving been advanced, to hi|her titles, ftrccfeeded to their Peerages, or conje of age .-froefc fli" 7 n J 7 , it- S Catholic Peers, and arliament r Lord Dormer, Lord Clifford of Chud-leigh. Mairqais of Satifbury Mafijquis of Bath EarJE.Of Moant Edg6- cumbe Earl Fortefcue Vifcount Montagu Vifcount Courtenay The following is "a correel; lift Of Minor Peers> with the age of ea  Lord Petre, . Lord Arundel,' The titles of Earl of Huntingdon and Lord Haftings are claimed by a diftant relatiottof the late Earl; but as there are fome doubts as to the claim, he cannot take his feat till the Committee of Privilege has decided upon it. The Countefs of Moira has only fucceeded to" the Baronies of Hnngerford, Newmarch, Bo-reux, Moiinsj and Mods; . : � ' The C6rps of Obfervatio//i formin^bh the frontier's of Poland in GaKcia^ by the Emperor, con-fifts provisionally of eleven battalions of Hungarian Infantryy and twenty-four divifions of Cavalry, part of w.hfph have already marched by the way of Ttarfcfiau and Eperies ; they are commanded by General Comte Wenceflas Collorcdo, with two Lieutenant Generals under him. , The two, re*girhen.ts of Carabineers which are in Bohemia, have been ordered to hold them-felves in readinfefs to march at a minute's notice, and all means are tafeiri'g to prevent an in-vafion. The whole ftatement of the Britifh navy, con-fiiiing of. mips in commiffion> in ordinary, under repair, and building in the feveral dockyards, as made up to the 3111 of Diecember, lySo, and laid before, the Admiralty-Board, Is as fallows : Of the line, 156; of 50 :guns, 20; frigates from 44. to 24. guns, ijj ; Iroops and cutters, 109; in all, 420 veffels pf different rates. . The. fix Directors of the Eafr-Indta Company who go out by rotation in April next are, "the Hon. William Elphinftbne,. Johp Travers, Wm. Beijfley, J. Huhfer, J of. Spafkes> and John Smith, Efqrs.  Hereford Cathedral.-The fubfcrrp^Jns. go On ; but yet more flowly than they oughtthey are 6>87pl. Mr. Wyatt's eftimate is but 7^001. ,!...The Severn flooded, laft week higher than,has been known for thefe twenty years. At Shrewf-bury and its environs, particularly at the Abbey iForgate>. Frankwell^ and Cotton-Mill, there was no pafijng without a- boat. Near Ofweftry, a mill and'houfe were thrown down by the flood. The line of the intendeu canal from Hereford to Gloutiefter wilt pafs through a very rifeh and fertile country, particularly the heart of the hop and cyder countries. ,its extent is 35 miles, and the collateral branch to Newent three miles j the eftimate 'fdrcpmpleatihg the whole amounts to 7^3 qol. When the rjrefent high price of coal's at HetVlpox'd, Ledburyi and their neighbourhood^ and;, the. expeniive Carriage of tbiiber, gtaihj hops, cyder, bark^ and the other valuable pro-duftions'of the county of Hereford, to their refpective markets, are coniidered, the profpeft of a fcheme of fuch g,-eat ptJblic utility being carried into execution mull be very pleafing. Ah incendiary letter, threatening to burn and deftroy the Ihipping in Shields harbour, was dif-covered a few days fince> ported againil the Cuftom-houfe Quay at North Shields ; for the difcovery of the writer a reward of one hundred guineas is very properly offered. Curious Superferipiion of a Letter.-To Mr* Jofeph Atkins to be left at th: widow Lowrie in hors market Kelfo in Cottland rake care of this Lstter and let it go withall fpced do not tear this-letter but deliver it to the young rhon Avfe and take another back he,will pay them well for.their pains for this is froiri his mother to know-if he is Ded or alive/' W$ hear that th^lite Nathaniel Chaiincy, Ef�j. of Ciftle.-ftfeet,, LexefterAfields, left a fortune of onfc hundred and twenty thoufand pounds, which, except~a few legacies, . is divided between his two* daughtersi who are.both married. This gentlenian fucceeded to a very cohfiderable for-ta e a few. years ago, left by,, his brother Dr. Chauncy, well known to the learned part of the public fdr his very curious colleftion of books, prints, and drawings. Vellerday the Right Horn the Lord * Mayor, iffued out bjtir precepts for bolting a Wardmow C^e Rev. T. Warry, A. M., In a former Parliament ItSSfeS^' K.-Deiaoffr,LL.B. on Friday next, at Ironmongers'-hall,. Fenchurchr ftreet, for the election of an Alderman of Aldgate Ward, in the room of the late Alderman Burnell, deceafed.-rHarrey Coombe, Efq; of ..Great Ruf-fel-ftreet, Bloomlbury, has offered h'imfeff a candidate for tiie Alderman's chair. An Eleclion.,jin?cdote, A gentteman of large fortune ftandihg Candidate, fufea borough, he opened a,hedge alehoufe for iBTufe of his conftituents. The landlord,thinking this a proper time to , make his fortune^ charged 300I. for the mere article of beer. -The aftonifhed Candidate very juftly obfe^ved, that it Was, impoflible his houfe ihould hold fo mi.\ch:; butj however, faid he*"to do-you juftice wkhout Cheating myfelf, I -pay you for as mu.ch a^* your hoiife and cellar can contain: this the landlord auenting to, a furveyor was Tent for, who meafuring the fquare feet of every corner of the houfe, gave his verdiftfor a bill of no more than 441- I0S-:;.. ..... MARRIED.] . Yefterday, at St. .George's Church, Hanover-lquare, (by the Rev. ,1'ho-mas Pemberton) the Rev. Andrew Thomas Hamilton, to Mifs Hayes, eldeft daughter pf Sir Samuel Hayes, Bart, of Drumboe Caille, in the kingdom of Ireland.-Thurfday laft, at J-t-L^utence, Old Jewry,;Ricftard Gwj'llam, Efq; ofj Lombard-ftreet, to Mifs Corrock, only daugh-bt R. Corrock, Efq; Kir.g-ftreet, Cheapfide.- Tuefday fe'nnight John Mufket, Efq; of Bath, to'Mlfs Auftin, daughter of Samuel Auftin, Efq;-of Gracechurch-ftreet.-Thurfday, Mr?. Reynolds, of PointrPleafant-School, Wandfworth, in ^ttrryj to Mi�j Charlotte Cox, of High:ftreet, ^piarybone. .    . %D*IED.] Thurfday, . at his hoiifej Btirrow?5 btliIding3,...Black-Friars-road, Mr. Emeric Vidal, I^upf Pudding-lanei Merchant.-Monday Mr. 'Wta. Briggs, of Racquet-court, FIe?t-ftreet.-1 A few days ago, ini.-Surry,. aged 72, Mrs. Elizabeth .Daliowe, reKft of Dr. Daliowe, and lail funding daughter'.0.f the. laft Sir John HaVtopp? Bart. Her death was .occafioned by her fhawl taking fire, when fealing a.latter.- Friday, after a lingering ilhiefs, at hef. lodgings-on.Ludgate-Ilill,. Mrs. Gulliver, widow of the late Mr. Gulliver, t of W^tham, Eflex.-On the "3 ill of De7 cember, at Caversfield, in the .79th year "of her age, Mrs. Walter,, relict pf Peter Waiter^ Efq; of Stalbiidge, in the county of Doffet.*r-San-day morning, at h6r fonJi houfe on Bahkfide'i Son^hvvark, in the 66th. year of her age,. Mrs. Martha Tunnard.:.. Whofe humane, di'fpofition and cheerful tefftoer will make her lofs feveiely/felt b^ all who knew herYefterday, Mr. Harris, wine-WrchaVit, fpjce.ad-eagle-court, Fin^R-lane, "I^Tfifel^necd^ftfeetr^ L?.feTy at/ Madras fobn after the arrival of the Bulbridgp^in ^which he went pallehger, Captain John Wiekens., of the. Madras Corps of Engineers. B   A  N  X  R   U  P    , , William Good and Peter Good, of Bucking, Effsx, beer-brewers and partners in trade; to furrender Jani �i, and Feb. j 5,. 13, eleven, at the d^ueen's-head, in Qocking, 1 ffex. AtfoVnejr, Mr. James Pulham, at Hadleigh, Suftolfe, or Me0". Vyilmoti Uum', and LanCafter', Lfncoln's-inn. William Freeman, of South Cave, Vork&irfe, grocer and linen an.d woollen-draper.5 to forrencer Jan. 41, and Feb. 33, at eleven, at the George Inn, .in .felpgftqn upon Hq.lU Attprney, Mr. Joh.n Robinfon, jua. !n South Cave, or Rlr. John MarihaH, of GrayVinn, , John Coales, otherwife Keep, of Weft Cailow, BerkAire, dealt|: and chaprtian i to furrender Jan. 16, zy', and Feb. 43, at eleyen, at the Bell and Dragon, in Great Partington, Berks. Attorney> Mr. jof;ph Whitfitld^ Great Fairington, Berks. Dividekds-to he ih&de. George Walker awi Anh Singleton, widowj of Abcharch-lane,.London, drug-mercnantS and partners; Feb. 13, atete-ven, at Gutwhall, London. . Jonaihaa Court, of Woodford-row, Iffex, mariner; Feb. 9, at five, at Guildhall, London.   Final Dividend.  . * TArasrhy Harrii and John S&atton, of Woodtftfeetj Lou-deh, warehoufemen and copartners j Feb. i3, at ten, at, GolldhaJf, London.. , Ri'thard Hills, late of Mertharfti near Dorking, Surry,, tanker a.-.d farmer, (but now a ppfoner in'^B $cW Goali SouthwarkO Feb. a, at eleven, at Guildhail, Londos. George Spence, la� of St. Mary-a*e, London, merchant j'] Feb. %\ atreleVcn, at Guildhall, London. Dividends adjourned. .     ; .   Thomis Jeffery, of the Old Jewty, London, whole'fale linen-draper; Feb. 16, at eltveii, at Guildhall. Robert Heiflop, of Bilhopfgaie ftrtet, Lohdon, oilmafl } Feb. 2, at ten, at GuiJ^Lal'i London.   Final Dividend. Chailes Wille ,, ^GuTldlord, S�rry, draper; Fe6. "9, at ten, at Gu.lohall,TRndon. � James Howirth, n>�w or late of ^anchefter, Lancafllire, fUftiah-manufafturer ; Jan. ii5-at fourj at the Bull's-head, in Mantheller. Certificate ft be grantecf. vVirl'ram Carpemer, of Crediton, Devor.fliire, fergemaker; cn or before Feb. 2. i\   ,St. PAUL's SCHOOL.   6d. each, to. be hid at the i.ond'* Tavern. f-54.   *   f ,'        ' � � V        >!�'�. ------r- �     mm�      ;  -^ TO the Gentlernen, Clergy, and Freehclders of the County of SOUTHAMPTON, ^Gentlemen,. MR. Thifllcthwayte having declined the Honour of repreieir.ing trx; County r,r Hants at the nvxrElcclion^ I am encouraged by iiii-.-y retps'.'aolc rriends .to offer myfelf a Candidate fo*- that Honour. I srn.con-fcious that I muft rely on the partial Opinion c� iuy Friends', rather than-any Merit of my own ; and thttl �aly arture yoB-Vt' lhall.be the Bufimfi uf my Life, to makf myftlf wortTiy of your Confidence j and that 1 fhaU fleadiiy,adhere to thofe Principles of Liberty which have diftinguifhed my Fa 'lily, and which have always been a iccommendat'on to 1 your Favour. . . ,, � 1 have the Honour to be j with great Refpec^. 71J Gentleman, Your moil faithful, and Strattort, Hants, Obedient humble Servant} N.n-. 33, 1.589. . ..   . . JOHN &US5>ELL. APPRENTICESHIP 'ANTED for a' Youth, who has hid a geuceelEducation, to f jme rrfp;fl^ble Trade or Bufi-n.T> : His friends would prefe. a Grocer or Te'a -Dealer, Druggtil, Upholfterer, Man's Mcrte'r, Stationer, or any ot'nsr genteel bufir.ffs. A Premium will be given adeijuat* ta the advantages.     �   , * Letters, ,addr�ffed to W. B. at Mr. Mourgue'si Stad'onef, 5 rj*0*ft�rd-ftre�tj will be attended to. pbjeftioti to tha G oncry, if in a refpetdiable Tiding. MsTkct-Town, within the diilaace of 50 Miles from Lon-dor!'.. .    (80 To PAPER - M AKERS. 7ANTED a PARTNERSHIP with fome ' ''Pcrfon well-efti'illihedln tins 1'rade; the Adve.tifer being ciefirous.: of taking an active Part in the Euur.els, and of paying an.adiq-iate Sum for f ch Proportion of it (pro-vide'd i,t be not a frrnll one) as it may be agreeable to dif-po:"e cf, ,. Lette,?, fiom.principa'.s and poll-paid, d:reft�J to K.. I. at No, 19, Eaft-ftrect, Redlion-fquaie, or at Mr. Lane's Circulating - Library, Leadenhall - llreec, will be duly at-tendidtb. 155  1 PROPOSAL fr a TONTINE, or LIFE- ANNUITIES, withBENEFII-ofSUJiVlVORSHIP, To be fecurcd urea large Fr^e!>old Eftate, bi had of Melfrs. Bo-der6> Adey, _ _iiufliingwij, and Boldero, Bankers, No. 31, Corn-hli? .^&tirs. MarA and Creed, Norfolfe-ftreet; in,thi Strand, London Mefli-s. Berwick, Wall,, ard Ifaac, Bankers, in Worcefter ; Meffrs.-Whitmaim> Melfite'r, and Qo: Bankers, ar"Win^h'ton, Squie/fctlbire ; and pf Meffrs'. Shepheard ana ^.-Oibiv*ot- So&tSOKj ia Bofwelli-towir, sew !�!�1�V4��, -London. N. B. 'fbt anniiitiesto be paid half yearly 4tthe houfe of the (aid Mefi'rs. B.oldero and Co.   . C59 RAN AWAV fj-qin Ms Apprehtie&ip, ......  - .   . Qn April j.2, *7Sg. WJLXIAM ASKWiTH, aii Apprentice to Samuel Broadley, Blackfmith, i 1 HeuiAvorch, near Fontefraft. The above William Afkwith is a^out so years of age, fivefee^fix iuches,.high;;or thereabouts, and haobnit fiuce the above date been, heard ,of. fa. B. Whoever harbours or employs him after this notice^ Ihill- be ptofecuted as the law direclsj by bis faid Mafter, Samuel Broadley. -    . [74. WHEREAS, on Wedhefday the 15th of November laft, a Perfon came to the King's-Heod Inn in the Borough, with a Bla.k POUZY, ^'re�ledto John Simpfjnfc Efqi Rocheiler, to be left at Chatham till raUed for : As no Perfon has ever inquired after tt�e f>id Horfe, tlits is to (;ive Notice to the perfon who fent the above Horfe to the afoiefaid Inn, that u'nlefs they claim ti e Horfr, on or before Wie 23d of January rie�t, by applying to Mr John M'Leanj a.t the Globe Inn, Chath m, the Hoifc will be fold > to gayExpences. [58 Chatham', Jan. 4, 1790. TRIPOLI   ONION   SEED, JUST Arrived, to be had at Mr. North's, Nur-fcry .and Seedfmtni rear thtf Alylum, L.amlftSh, Surry, Jlii no where elfe,. at zs. 6j� a-pircel. The^bitJ.^els of th^ ftfafon laft Turn, mer, owlrig to the uncommon wet, was gw'f ag*�niS:rtfae growtlrol thofe Onions, as being nat'ivie-^'* hoe climate, indifferent parts of Eng'lind, where the �''WJ* ftibng and of a co d nature, they did not come to i'^rfecbon, yrhich hasprejodicetl m.-myagainft t!:em; thou^ fa wfr�1�r and dr^lituations, where the foil was loofe and r'cll> unitln'1 as "��   . feaion turneJ o'ut, they grew very large, /ameot which may ,beTeen, asabove, of a moft enorm^snze� mui* do :awajr all doubts tJ their prejudice, as not- any of the. Onion  tribe will bear a compar.fon wi-" chofe. ' � N. B. Fine ftro.Tg Fr"''rbea.ing Plant: of At Large Yell,ow Antwerp Rafpb�  ac IS- P�r pjilt *> and &tonS Fruft-bearing Planer of the Twicc-b;aring Wkite Prolific Raf.berry, at 6d. perp'ant > with his finelargf-New Scarlet Flelh SeciLnj; Strawberry, ac is. 6d. per.dp�eni '      (�t This Dty wire publi]beitt �A NF.V/ EDITION, Ia OneUr^c Volunia, Oclavo, Piice jos.      bound, ELEGANT EXTRACTS j or, Ufeful and Xntertai.-.ing Pi?ces of Poetry, feleft-d for the Improvement oj Youth, in SpeakiDg, Rea?l.:^,  Thinkiag, {Jompofing; and in the Conduft of Life ; being fimilar in ^Pefeu to fcleganc Extracts i:> P/cfe. . Pilntei forC. DiJly, mthd Poultry. (^vj' * * The Additions iri ih s New InjiprelSih arefo num*-s' rtus�s.�� encreafe the V.lume nearly Two tlundred Pages},' a increife ij the tlie' price has, t-^rcfore become neeeflary fj| but it is fiill thecheap*ftas well as largest CoIJe^ion of Poetry that ever appealed in'JEngla!:d. A Titls-Ageand Orna- J mental Engraving are'injemd in lhe middle- far 'the con-ve-nier.e; of tnofe-vtbo thufs to bind theto, Li Two Yeluraej, BOURDILLON's, COCO A, Invented and Manufactured by himfelf.. THIS celebrated Cocoa, which is held in univerfai efteem bf the many thoufands who u'e ir for break'-aft^ is now found, after long experience, to be rfie beft fubftitute for Te�, by all rhofe perf>cs with whom Tea ''docs not "perfectly agree 4 for it has aeither the fharpnrts of Te\ nor thehewinefs of Chocolatr, but is a medium between both. �'' ^fntkwen accuftoxned to riding, or oth?r exwlfes, or Iraving fadulged themfefves too frequently ia !iqu r>. have fouM this Cocoa particularly ufetul and ferviceable 4 as have all t!�o�e ladies who find Tea,leaves frequently 'eave a defire *>n the ftomach for more and better nmriraent* , 1p all thefe tafesit never failstQproves moll agree-�bk repaft;.and further operaies as a corrector of the blood, by e�peHrng ail acid and faiiaa impurities. It will re:ain its virtues in every climate.        . ^ Soli by the above Bourdillon, Grocer to h% Majefiv, 10, Picxadilly, n:ar the Hay market, at as. per lb* witn fiiated direclicns for its ufe. ta^57   

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