General Evening Post, January 14, 1790

General Evening Post

January 14, 1790

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 14, 1790, London, Middlesex (L cM D G Price TKree-Pence'Hal^e'miy okiy. From THUR SDAY, jAUtfAIfV 14, to S A T U %T> A Y, ,.'UR politicians have for Ibifte days been iat a lofs to divine the motive which has occafioned an order to be fent for it battalions to march into Gallicia. Thefe battalions, all compofed of Hungarian troops, are drawn from Upper Hungary, \ here they were quartered. Although the fudden x.;arch of "thefe troops is yet a myftery to the public, a few weeks will explain it; and we may in tie interim regard the reports of ah apprehended Kevolution in Ga!ricia as abfeUitdyialfe. The I wo Generals who are ordered to GaHica to command the above-mentioned troop* are Count 'Verueflas Colleredo and M. de Karaczay; ths ibrmer is arrived here front Belgrade, and the ^atter is in Waliachia With the Prince de Cobourg. *)he accounts from that province Ynfitem us, that Ae inhabitants continue to ^VeJ&e gyepteft iarks of attachment to the ImpertgfeR& to whom iey are conftantly relating inftaocefe of the un-Jeard of tyranny which the Hofpodar fvfam*Ofejii jearu ui iyr*nuy wmv.ii uic tluwnwi ivjamwpn*.-* 01 martial activity, ana leverai nave maepent jas exercifed there for thefe four year* 'pafts I- focmncsx but who fcorn, when fo excellent The rnoft illuftrious houfes in the country are ds~f folate, their Chiefs having all been baniflled, to the Archipelago, under pretext that they had rendered themfelveS fufpe&ed> but, in reality, jto -have forae pl&\iftbte r**fd� for letting their jpofTeflions. The number fcf thefe unfortunate texiles is very confiderable', and their .relations are in great fear for them. Since the Porte has learnt the conqueft of Waliachia, mari)r diftrifts of that prorince, principally thofe of Krajova, are ^entirely ruined 5 others, on the contrary, where the Ottoman trcops have not encan�ped> are Abundantly provided with provifions. Venice, Dec. 3. We have accounts, from Tla-3gufa that they have learnt, that, the Pacha of Albania having arrived at Serao, the capital of Bofnia, with 20,000 men, expended 30,000 roubles to equip his troops in che compleateft and Imoft a1'�"'ntageous~ manner. During his itay at Scrao, fome of his men having robbed a garden, the owner complained to the Pachai who caufed the delinquents to be arretted immediately and brought before him ; when, 'after reproachjhg, ] them feverely, he had their heads cutoff to i he. inumber of 14. Aft^r this execution, his preparations being finiihed, he proceeded on his march �with his army for Banjiluka. A veffel arrived from the Levant informs us, that the divifion of the Ottoman fleet which is Cruizing in the Archipelago, cait anchor the beginning of laft month "at the irland of Paros, and the fmall Algerine fqciadrbn at Scio. JVarfazu, Dec. 17. On Sunday laft the Ruffian Anibaifador at this Republic difpatched a courier to Peterfburghi to inform his Gonrt cf wliat is paffing between that of Berlin and the Confederate Diet, the Court of Berlin having given .the Republic ilrbhg afiurances thtit timyViU maintain its independency and fovereiwtfv with all it's forces. . We learn that the Turlrlin army aflembled at Ifmailow has puffed the Danube, and that Gen. SuwaiO\v is oh his march with a body troops BO take poflefuon of that place; S H I w s. and" failed for the Rafhleigh, P - N E . Deal, Jan. 13. Arrived, River, the Mifs iti her Teensj Duel, from Madeira ; Minerva, Ruffen, from Leghorn; Prof-perity, V/ilfdn, froni Bahiihore; and Brothers, Gray, froni the Streights, for Dunkirk. Remain in the Downs the Cockatrice cutter, witli the outward-bound as before, and Wyat, from Halifax. Wind S. W. Gra at his apartments, St. James's Palace; and in the evening dined with his Royfti Highnefs the Prince of Wales, at Carleton-hawe. Yefterday his Royal ifeghnefs the Prince of Wales went to York Hb6fe to fee the Duke of York, who was fo well reclrVered as to be able' to take a ride with the Prince. T,he Duke of Clarence is not fo well. Among the feveral peculiar and necefiary compliments paid to the different branches of the Royal Family, one is> that let an invitation be given ever fo late^. the etiquette is, certain at^ tendance. -- "Should any previous engagement have occured, of ever fo long a date, or of ever fo much confequence, any lefs than a direct dif-penfation of fuch engagement, would be confi-dered as an affi-ont, or ill-breeding. Mr. Torfs, who was deputed to carTy the Ma-nifefto of the States of Brabant to Paris, is returned to Bruflels, the National ArTembly having refufed to open the difpatch with which he was charged. A party of Gentlemen Volunteers are faid to have left London about ten days ago to join the Bni)antine Patriots.'; They have, for ttre mo ft part, ferved as officers in our army, in the hour of martial activity, and feveral have independent an LONDON. day morning, at three o'clock, arrived Nerot'o hotel, ^ing-ftreet, St. James's, frosi 3 Royal Highnefs Prince Edward, foh. At noon his Highnefs ?,Jajefties and the Princefles i the Prince of* Wales, received; In the .'J :l his ieilv's tou �d to 1 �;;i-hc r.ic.C'' 'ii'trnocn his I'.oy^i h'tffnneis vifitcd the Duke octaiittn prefents itfelf of exerting themfelves in the'taftfe of liberty, a life of inglorious eafe at home. , One of them was heard from by a brother in this metropolis'. He is already complimented with the command of a Cdmpany of foot. The whole of tne party were very handfomely received at Bruflels by the Commandant of the garrifon. The conduct of the Ring of Sweden in railing up the Commons toafharein his council, though it h Calculated to give him a formidable ally for the prefent againft the Nobleffe, will yet finally produce the proper diminution of the royal-office. It was by fuch a -meafure on the part of our own Kings, that the people were at length able to aflert their juft rights. May it be fo fn every part of the world I The French claim from us the merit of having invented the fleam, engine, becaufe a certain phi-lofopher of their nation obferved the effect of fteam in forcing up the lid of a coffee pot, and obferved, that fomething of advantage to leience might be drawn from it. Upon a calculation it appears, that there are at this time upwards of 700 French Nobility and Gentry now -refident in the metropolis, exclufive of other foreigners 5 who caufe a great influx of circulating cam.  Yefterday arrived at the General Poft-office one Jamaica mail by the Thynrte packet, Capt. Wolfe, after a paffagc of 49 days to Falmouth. The Captain of the Thyrm� fpoke.the Pru* dence, Shorner, from Shelburn to Moritego Bay, in lat. 32, 06 N. The Captain and crew of the Priidence were much diftreffed, in confe-paeote of 'having fhlpped a heavy f.*, that deflroyed all their tinder, and deprived them of fire for eight days; during, which tirae.they lived on raw provif^ons. They had a frefh filpply from the packet, &hich of courfe proved.very acceptable, jl . >; The NewdalUe fubfcrlption-feiCtb.^^^tpf'ihe widows aiid orphans faiIoj-s> lo^ ji.nj.'.'t'ne Tate' ftonns; has aettedapward^of adocjl. .v-Tlie DukV of Portland-'arili Lord-Warwick hare.each given fifty guineas. AiKOtiht ofhh MAtJpiN, cine of the Singers lnf Luni, the famous French Compofer.-This extraordinary Siren of the French Opera was' equally fend of both fexes ; fought and l�ved like a man. and refitted and fell like a woman.' She mai-ried a young huiband, ran avvay with a fencing mafter, of whom fhe learned the fmall fword, and became an excellent fencer-frion after fe-duced a young perfon of her own fex-fet fire to the convent in which the girl's friends had confined her, carried her off in triumph, was condemned to die for this offence, but efcaped by the reltoratibh of the young woman to her friends. Went to Paris-became an Opera finger-caned every man who affronted her-killed three in duels-and after other adventures, quitted the ftage, w*s feized with a fit of devotion, recalled her hufband, and paffed with him the laft years of her life in a very pious manner, dying in 1707, at the age of thirty-four ! A fracas has happened between the Commander of the Wivcnhoe cutter, Captain Muhnings, of the Cuftoms, and a cutter belonging to the Excife, both itatkmcd on the Eflex coaft, which feems likely to involve thofe two Boards of Revenue in a difagreeable litigation. The mifun-derftanding arofe in confequence of the former claiming ihrfr'e of a prize taken by the latter, when the Wivenhoe cutter was not even in fight. The difp-ite is faid to have been carried fo far as to produce a challenge from the Cuitom-houfe cutter to fettle the difference by their refpedtiye guns. This, however, was not acceded to by the l!xcife people, who thought it more prudent to report the whole proceedings to their. Board, than to rifk their veffel and lives in fo fmgular a conflict 1 .. The jBifhop of Litchfield and Coventry, as freprefentative of his brother, Earl ;Corn-^allis, has prefented the Rev. Perryman Wak'e-piaiito the Rectory of Little Saxham, near Bu$y, 1 in Saffolk. - ' - v; ' Aljjt the fhips, with the convicts for Botany-Bay, hafve received their final orders forae days fince, and only wait for a fair wind to carry ] them out oi the ports in the channel. Tuefday night^the houfe of Alexander Ander-* fon, Efq: of Honife^-lane, Highgate,,was broke open, ^d robfij^Qffeveral.v.ajuiiDre piftares, &c. Wednefday wlr -WilRtf^Sanders; of Exeter-ftrect, in the Strarjuf'rli^^apo'cket picked of his watch, feals, 8cc. in Hart - ftreet, Covent-garden.  . .. The fame evening a hair^trTlnk, containing apparel, Sec. the property of Mr. Foublanoue, of James-ftreet, Bedford-row, was cut from behind his poft-chaife, in Great Queen-fixeet,. �in-coln's-inn-fields. , , Friday laft fome thieves got into the Neapolitan chapel, in Portman-fquaVe, and ftofe-.therer out fome pieces of plate, and other articles. The fame day Dennis O'Brien*. Efq; of-Cra- , ven-ftreet, in the Sjrand, was flopped between, i Colnbrook and Sknlgh,- by, two footpads armea1, who robbed him of a gold wateh, upwards ot nine guineas', and other .property. .-; One of the convicts confined in Bury gaol was a few days ago detected in an attempt to hang himfelf, for which purpofe he had tied himfelf to his bed with a leather thong, with which he tied his hair. He is now properly fecured, fo as to render attempts oF this fort impofSble itt future. ' Between two and three o'clock on Saturday laft, a daring robbery was committed on Mr. John Smith, a farmer of Bifhton, by two footpads, who knocked him down j and after repeating their blows feveral times, blindfolded him and tied his hands .behind him. They then rifled his pockets- *>� 23 guineas and 18 fhillings, with which they made ofF. Shortly after the fame men robbed a poor man of feven fhillings. - Late on Monday night, a tradefman in Corpo-. ration-row, Glerkenwell, v/fts awakened by the groan$ of a perfon whom he traced to the yard of the.next houfe..-Here he found a man mockingly torfi by. a maftifF kept there,' andwhich, for the purpofe'ot robbing-the houfe, hehad attempted to poifon by Jihrowing a compbfirfon over.the 1vall ; thinking the dog had eaten it, he followed faon after.-Some .vve.t linen belonging to the houfe was found upon j;he offender; and a number of duplicates.-^Hs "was yefterday examined be-^ fore a magiftrate, who remanded him to prifon.- He. confeffed thatf" the Kingdorn, for the cer:a;n Preferva ion oftV.e Lives 1 f Maakiri 1. [115 To the Gentlemen, Clergy,..and Freeholders of the County of SOU THAMPTON. Gentiem^^,- MR. Thiftlethwayte having declined the Honour ot wprefencing the County v.f Hants- at the flfxt, Ekdiiqn, 1 �"� encouraged, by" rvta�y refpe. ;a,i>le Friends to ofter. mj felf a CajuJ!date..for that Honour. I, am cpn-fcifius diat I moftvre!y on the partial Opinion of my Frien3s> rather than any Merit of my owi ; .\pd dvttl can only afturp you It fhaiJ be r^e Bufinefs of my Life, to msJ^e niyfelf .vw>.r.t!>y,ot ynur.Corfidepce j and that 1 fhtli Ocadily adhere ,t>i th ft f rircipJet, of Llbem wh.'.ch have diftingutihed my FavTiy, and wiuch bivs always been a recommendation tD your F;H> -,c.i To the Gentlemen, Clergy and Freeholders bf the County of DORSET. Gentlemen,; x   . AContinuance of that State of Htealth, which haj for fome tine preven'.ed my Attendance on my Duty in Parl'anr.ent, and ftill detains me Abroad, obliges me now, howevei, veluftantly to reliRquiflj all Thoughts of Ibli-citing th we joln.'fy take the Liberty to folkit your Votes and InterelU.. . . . .... We aie perfu'adei | ''hat tfie uncommon Succefs we have each met.with on o\jr Caavis, as well as the general Volts ex,-.refled this Day in .pur.Favour, proceeds from your Zeal for ihe Independence of the County The JJnour?gemcT� which wfe have already received, leaves tis.little Roqtn to doubt of our final Succefs \ but trufi% that even fo flattering .a Profpe�t will not induce our Friends to relax from their Ej^rjcm3 in our Fay,our>,if our Opponents mould, nptwithtVanding what has yaffed this Day, ge'r-fever� in their Intention to go to a Poll, "Permit u'k to aiTufe ,you, that, if we (nouli have tne good Fortune, to be the objects of, yotir Choice, we ihall endeavour todifcharge our Duty,, as Reprefe/itatives of this great and refpe�l*l>U County, ty a conftant attendance to its, particular Inteiefls, as well as by fupportirg the true Principles &f the Conftitution, an^ by e; d avouring to promote the genera Pro/f -ri-y of the Ciootty. .,. I We have tbe. h n^>ur to be-, with the Wirmeft Gratitude, and the iincneft Ref|jcct', Gentlemen, your moil devoted and faithful Servants, WtLLUM KEATHCOTE, "... ....... , WILLI ANT CHUT1-. Vv'.nchefte^ Jan. J4� 1790., . ["9 "to the. Glent^emen, Qltrgv-, and PVeehold'ers .the CoWy df CORNWALL. ,- Ger.ttcmep, . � . TT is with the moft fingular Pleafure ImformyoQ� A fbat,'after a minnte and accurate Examination of the State of.the Voters of the County, fince the County Meeting; a decided Majority, appears in. Favour of rriy reprefenting you in Parliament at the next General Election, and leaves no tjouhr of my Succefs. Permit me hope, Gen^emeri, tn it I Aall be ftil! honoured with youV Support, and^hatyo* ; w 11 continue rh'sjfe.Exertions which have .hitherto been fo j -ftrenooai, ^jnd for4which,l return you my.warmeft: Tfeanks} I'a^a rtni4th.ati.oj)' tlie^Dayof Election, you wi'.V appcirip^ Suppot of thofe Principles, and Continue that Atta.h/nent Vome, which you Wave already-cihevvn j in Return for whk k it will ever be my Endeavour, by an Independenf Conduct in Parliament, to ferve vouto the utmoft, and fhiw myfclf not unworthy of the Trurt roofed in me; I have the honour to be. Gentlemen', . Ycur moft oliliged and faithful humble Servant 69I _ ,J. St. AUgYN^, To the Gent emen, Clergy, and FreehoJ^5 ^ the County of CORNWALL, Gentlemen1, HAVING from a perfonal and accurate Enquiry, endcivoured to fatisfy /�/ff|f �* ^ Sen,,-meius, Numbers, and Qualifications f the Freeholders of this County, i prefume now aga/"folicit the Fawur e Hi *ijrto be, fa74i GSntl'.men, your ul>e3ienl and faithful {ramble fervan Reftormel-Park, Dec. 4, 1789. ,, F. CREGOR. This D&y -was PubUJhet* , CHRISTIAN LIBERTY ; or> The Righto? P. ivate Judgement Aflerted In ft SERMON ^t*teh�i at Stowmarkar, on Tuefity, DecembCT 1, 1789^ before the Deputies frorn the ffveral Proteftant Diflentihg Congregations iu the Couaty of Suffolk, aflembled for the Purpofe of deliberating Upon Mesfures twoptr to be puifued for obtaining"* REPEAL of the CORPORATION and TEST ACT-S. PttWKhtd at their unanimous Requeft. Bf JOHN MEAD RAY. " Wf. pirfuade men.'11-2Cor. v. ii. The Second edition Printed for J.. 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