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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 19, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Piii"TWP�eeHalfpenny o�u.'       From TUESDAY,  January   19, to  THURSDAY, January  2r,   1796 8777 the occafion. WE D N E S D A Y, Jan. 20. from the london GAZETTE. St. Jameses, Jan. 19. ^^^^..ESTERDAY being, ap->'~~\JJl)j^� pointed for the celebra-tion of the anniverfary of th�Queen's Birth J)ay, there was a very numerous and fplendid appearance of the Nobility, Foreign Minifters.andother peribns of dilUnction, to compliment   their  Ma- j..Uv, v,,. �...      _______   The guns in the Park and at the Tower were fired.at-Que- ck. There was a ball at Court in" the evening;' aval illuminations and other public d^ionltfations of joy in London and Weftminfter. WUtehall, January Hf. Trfe King^ has been pleafed to grant\o David Wedd&rburn,",qf London, merchant, fon of Robert Wedderburn, latR "cf Pearfie, in North Britain, E%.deceafed, and iris i/Tue, his royal licence and authority t* af-fume and tuke the furname of Webfter only, and al/o to bear the arms of Webfter, pnrfuarit ' to the 1 aft Will and Teftament of James Webfter, late of Clapham Common, in the county of Surrey. Efq. dece&fed; fuch arms being firit duly exemplified according to the Laws of Arms, and recorded in the .Heralds Office : Ana alfo to order that this his Majefty's conceflion: and declaration be regiftered in his College of Anr's. - Carlfruhe, December 19. Yeflerday died his Serene Highnefs Prince Chriftopher, of Baden Dourlach, Field Marfliai and Mailer General of tire Ordnance in the Attflrian fervice, in the 7 3d year of his age. 'Pe'terjburg, Dec. 25. Jrler Imperial Majefty. has been pleafed to make the following promotion's in the diplomatic line. Prince Hielofelikoi, at prefent Envoy at Bfefden, is to go in the fame apacity to Turin $ Monf. de Mefimacher to fuc-teed him at Drefden ; Baron Buehler to Munich, tn the room of Monf. de Peterfon, deceafed; and Count de Recliceren, who refided fome time here in the character of Envoy from the States ^General, and was recalled feme months ago, goes as ht-: 7-iperiaI Majeily's Envoy to Liibon. . Wednefday raft being the anniycrfary of the birth-day of their Imperial HIghffeffes the Great Duke Alexander Pawlovitch and the GYeat Bu-chefs Helena Pawlowna, .the fame \yas celebrated iat Court in the ufual manner, and. in the evening there was a ball. Vienna, Dec. �8. Letters from Conftawtinople of the zzd. of Novexnber Vnenti*n, that Haffan Pacha, hue Captain Pacha* is appointed Grand Vizir. Wat-Office, January 19, 1790. PROMOTIONS..-EAST-INDIA. 6th regiment of' Font, Ca^r. George Haft, from the 73d regirtfe'nr, is appointed to be Captain of a Cosvp�ny, vice W;Hha> Cairnc*, deceafed. JDitw, Lieutenant Johi Collins OveVend, from the "id regiment, to tie Captain-Lieutenant, vice Richaid Fleming, promoted in the 73d regiment. Ditto-, Chirtes Samuel Poney, Gent, to be ErHign, vice Thomas Wo.dj *ho returns to his'forrner Half-pay. $ad regiment of Foot/, Hon. Enfign George Touthour, From the 76th regimentj to be Lraotenahr, vice Richard Drake, deceafed. bit*), Enfign Robert Towers Faivcett, from the *?z& regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice George Heron, deceafed*. fc>rto� Eaign Jvha Leonard to be Adjutant, vi� Samuel Ath-rr.uty, promoted. ' "Ditto, Serjeant M^ci Jolm Oiown to be Q&jrter-mafter, vice John Ste'venfoji, deceafed. 7lir (Highland) regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Lewi� Moore, From the Half-pay of the 73d regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice William Mae Lean, who ejcchan�  tnem. There is every poflible preparation mtkiisg for war.- The boat builders and finiths ..re inceffantly employed, and our military have orders, to hold themfelves in inTmediate readinefs to mardi. Maefiricht, Jan. 13. \Ve have information that ten Pru'fiian regiments more are ordered into this neighbourhood, four of cavalry, and fix. of infantry, befides the fix thoufand men of that Monarch, that are in the Liege country. We are ignorant of the detflnation of this army ; the garriibnof this town has been augmented by a regiment from Holland, and we expec"t two others, befides a large train of artillery that is already embarked in. barges at Bois-le-Duc, to put this town in a ft'ate of perfect, defence. Britjfels, Jan. 8. The Commifiion of War of this city has prohibited every recruiting party from enlifting for the fervice of the Belgick Provinces any defertcr from the PrUlnan-, Dutch, or French troops. Yefterday was held the firft AfTembly of the States-General, coitipofed of the Deputies from the Provinces of Flanders, Hainault, Namur, -Malines, Guelderland, and Litnbourg. It .was preceded by a folemn mafs, which was celebrated in the church of St. Guduie. During mafs M.-Van Eupcn, the Secretary of State, pronounced a difcoUrfe analogous to the circumftances; his text was, -Et nunc Reges intelligiti'', erudimrni yii judicatisTerraitt)     - - Copenhagen; Dec. 28. On the Illh inft. his Serene Highnefs Prince Charles of Hefle was appointed Chief Preiident of the College of War of this kingdom. A rumour prevails, that the two Imperial Courts have formed a defign cf placing the Crown of Poland upon the Head of Prince Lewis of Wirtemburg, eideft- brother of the Archdu--chefs of Auftria and the Grand Duchefs of*Ruffia }^ the fame who was lately General of Infantry in the fervice of Priiflia, and who has obtained the Indigenat in Poland. They add, that the prefent King is'difpofed to enter into a private treaty in favour of that Prince, referving to himfelf only a. large penfioh during his life. Though thefs reports feem very doubtful, it is given as a pretext for the motion; of the Ruffian and' Auftrian troops on'the fide of Poland. Thofe motions are no longer a fimple conjecture ; they^ ' have alfo given occafion to the motions of the ^ruffians; fo- that that country is in danger of becoming the theatre of war. S  H -I  P - N E W S. Deal, Jan. 18. Came down, and failedj J&Q Banvell, Welladvice, for India. Came dov?n the Wafp (loop, and remains with the Cockatrice cutter, and New Betfey, Young, for Haav? burgh.   Wind N. E. GYavefend, Jan. 18. PafTed by.*.the P.rofpe-rity, Wilfon, from Baltimore; Reb'ecca?i Camming, from Oftend; Hercules, Reider^ from Hamburgh; May de Deos, Gill, from St. Michael's ; and Garnet, Lampton, from Cork. The' mirruets at St. J-amesV 06 Monday night vjtre danced according to the: following aritange-irtent: Prince of Wales ^ Princefs Royal Duke of Cumberland Princefs Augufti (Princefs Elizabeth :c ot uumoemna | of D  fe,t ^ .   rrTT     ,   \ Marchionefs of Salifbury Marquis of Worcefter j Cbuntefs of Ta,bot j Lady Hilliborough \ Lady C. Levifon Gower Marquis of Lorn Earl of Moreton j Lady Harriot Thynne. 1 ! a:ly Lord Wtymouth Lord Edgecumbe     | Lord Strathaven Hon. Mr. Townfhend At half pad ten the { Prince of Wale's Duke of Cumberland Marquis of Wcccefte'r Kzrl of Moreton Marquis of Lcrn Lord Weymouth Lord EdgcCumbe Lord Strathaven Hon. Mr. Townftiend The Grand'Vizier, ftrang LONDON. Yefter(?ay morning, at ten o'clock, their Mfi| jefties, accompanied by the PrincefTes Royal and; Auguftai took an airing in one of the King's coaches from Buckingham-houfe to Kew-Palace and, after viewing Kew- gardens and the Kin* Farm, returned at half pail two o'clock-to Buck ingham-houfe to dinner. The widowed Countefs of Waldegrave is to be appointed Lady of the Bed-chamber to her Ma-r jefty on die firft vacancy, and to enjoy a peniion of 8,0001. per annum till fhe receives fuch appointment: her Ladyfhip'-s jcyiture is 1,200!. per annum. v Mr. Jephfon is appointed M after of the Horfe to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. The two firll Aids-du-Camp to   the Lieutenant  are Colonel Cradock  and Buckeridge. At a meeting held on Monday fe'nnight at Weaver's-Hall, Dublin, the Right Hon. Thomas Conolly in the Chair, to eleft a Member for Dublin in th^ room of Lord Ardee, who by the death.; of his father is raifed to thef Houfe of Lords, Mr>-Baker declined the poll, when the conteft lay be-tvfsea Meil'. Talbot and Finlay, the latter whom had a decided majority, and was declared duly elected. Lord-Major Y Ifab=lla Thynne C Lady Caroline Tuftcn I Lady Charlotte Bruce Lady Anne Beilaiyfe Lady Mary Howe Hon. Mils Townfhend Hon. Mifs Digby Two Mifs Elrdleys. minuets were ended, and the country dances commenced in the following order ; Princefs Royal -Princefs Augulla Princefs Elizabeth. Duchefs of Dorfet Marchionefs of Salisbury Ladv Caroline Tufcon Lady C L. G'ower Lady Charlftte'Briire Hop.. Mifv Eardlcy. ' Rufchak' Hafian, has been ed by order of the Porte, tor the late defeat he fuifered at Martineftie. 1 he Polifh Diet hav: adjourned till the 8th of Febiuary, without fettling their conititution, aad confequently alio the Treaty with. Pruflia. The ruffian who beheaded the' unfortunate Foulon and tore out the heart of his fon-Berthier, at Paris, was one of the mob who lately-attempted forcing the guard of the Chatelet. He Was fcized in the attempt by a greila>iie"r, alid he'has corifefied fince that his purpof^ was to. reiiew the operation on the head and heart of MefTrs. Bezenvnl and Favras. Mr. Berthier, 'Deputy frorn Nemours to the National Affernbly, died in an apopleftic fit, on the i ith inft. The Members of the. AfTembly attended his funeral the next evening, at fix o'clock, and decreed not to hold any meeting that evening, out of refpe& to his abilities and memory. Little.Theatre..-500I. is_ the fum paid by Sir }. Gallini to Mr. Colman, for the feafon,. Lait Thurfday his . Majefty's (hip.Hebe, lying ifi the harbour of Gofpqrt, was put into com-mirTion. Thp command is. given to Alexander Hood, Efq; fon of Sir Alexander Hood, Vice-Adrrriral of the Blue> and Knight of the Bath. � The Mary, Thompfon, from Gottenburgh to |iLoridonderry is loft at Jutland. �\ The Lively, Stevens^ from Newfoundland to Figuera, is loft on the coaft of Portugal; Captain and three men drowned. A Court of Aldermen was yeflerd'ay held at Guildhall; the Lord Mayor and eighteen AUer-Sjen being prefent. No alteration was made in the price of bread. The Water Bailiff made a complaint, and was fupported by evidence, againft George Sloat, a Ruler of the Watermeiis Company, for wilfully placing the barge belonging to the Fifhmongers Company,  fo near the. flairs' of Weftminfter-bridge, as impeded the Lord Mayor's landing on J' fhe QtJa of November Taft for near-in hour, though I often de fired to renfove it.   The Court heard f Mr. Sloat, and declared, that it was greatly dif-refpeftful tc the dignity of the Chief Magiflrate, &c. and deiired the Law Officers-    inform him vyliat power the Court harf to punifh him. The Court coald hot difcharge Mr. William fountain from ferving^the.offWe ofconftable for the Ward of FarringdolP Within, notwith.ftand-Ing; he hid ferved for the pari& cf St.- Peter .C^heap intGripplegate Withui, thinking him dibble,' its his fervant occaUCnally .flept in-the warahoufe occvpied as a coadt-office, and paying taxet. Mr. Pyke was not difcharged conftable of Farringdon Within,- his plea being that of/ery-ing1 by fubititute in tJve Middlefex. militiathe Court thought there was not an exemption. Mr. James Hammond was not difcharged from the'fame Ward, as it appeared he rented a ware-, houfe, and paid taxes, and although he did not rcfsJe there himfelf, a fervant flept there. Mr. E'iekid Delight was elefted for the fame . Ward, and not difcharged; he having ferved the j offices of Conilabie aqd Common Councilman for the Ward of Farringdon Without, and removing to the Ward of Farringdon Within, thought himfelf exempt' by "a, bye law made by the Common Council, whicli fays, that no perfdn ferving that office, and removing to^aruotber "VVard> ina^    ; liable ; the Court was of opinion i; was no'ex-.. eruption half aa hobr. The dog Qicu'.d be muzzled to pre> vsnt him licking the infiffion, which is a deadly �poifon.   He fliould be wafhed all over. Friday a difpantttion to the Rev. Williani Smytfr-of the redory of Ltngford Magna, in the county of Bricks, together with the mclory^ of Broughton, in the fame county, paffed the Great Seal.  Yefterday ten prifoners were tried at the Old Bailey, one Of whom was capitally convicted* viz. Mary Talbot, for feloaioufly being at large in this kingdom before the expiration of the term . of fevc-n years, for which fhe was in P'ebrua f lair fentenced to be tranfported, Thiee we're convicted of felonies. The fame day fentence of death'was paffed upon Ann Jackion, William North, Peter Shol-ley, Thomas Newton, William Jones, John Dar-ham, Wiliiam Damant, Robert Read, Jonn Mitton, Wiliiani'Miller, John Cummlngs, Afher Polock, and Mary Talbot. John Hyams was fentenced to be tranfported for 1^ year�j 29 for feven years, feven to be imyrifoned in Newgate, 18 in Clerkenwcll Bride-w;lU 2! to be publicly whipped, and 16 delivered b'y proclamation. Tha firms cay a Ttee pardefey ttndsrr his Ma-jefty's Sign Manual, was brought to Newgite for Elizabeth Cagnell, who was capitally c^�n-viiled livl fjJion, and refphid - during his Ma-jeity's pleasure. MARRIED. Lait week, Robert Uniack*, Efq; of Woodhouff, in the county of Watrrford, Ireland, to Mifs Anne Conftantine Beresford, daughter of the Rio-ht Hon. John Beresford, Firft ComraLTioncr of his M.'ijcily's Revenue for that kingdom.-On the 12:h iaft. in Dublin, William Smyth, Efq; of Drumcrce, Member of the Irifh Parliament for the county of Weiimeath, to .Viiif Frances Maxwell, of Dium, in the county of Do-.vn. - Saturday, SsrauclOrr, Ef.]; of Warren's .Mount, Wilts, Captain in bis Majefty's 73d rc-giment, to,Mifs Sarfon, only daughter audible heirefs to the late John Sarfm, �Pq; of Harrow. DtED.J On Sunday, at his houfe' in South-Moulton ftreet, William B-yer, Efq; of the Ad-' miralty.- Monday,-- at his houfe at Richmond, Surry, Thomas Ewer, Member of Parliament for the Borough of Dorchefler.-Yefterday morning, at his lodgings in Clifford-ftreet, Burlington-gardens, Chriftopber Langlois, Efq.-The �2th inftant, in Edinburgh, Mr. Charles, Elliot, book-Tiller.-kWcJaefdv/ kit, at Barloigh in Leicetter-fhire, Benjamin 'i ate, Efq; of that place. BANKRUPTS. James Robertion- an< James Hutch.fon, of F!tet- i crbiiqr f^uare, Sou'thwark. William Egert.u., of L'ttlJ Trrmy-K-e, >a the'eiry cf* Loi:d n, infyrince-bioker; tJ furrenJet ]an. zj, Feb. 1, a vi March z> at ten, at CuilJhall, I.imdon. Attornr-y, Mr* Bland, Racquet-ccurt, Fleet ftreet. James Fearne, lice cf Drury*:^ne, in (he pa \Ih �f St. Oi.'cs io the Fields, Midd.'cfen, viQuilh*'. to I'urtenc'er Jan. 23, at five, Feb. 2, and March 2, at. twelve, at Guild-ail, London. Attorney, Mr. Pickering, No. 15, New-it.set-' f.juare. Dividends to be ma.ie. James Ha'graves,  of Rotherhithe, Surry, linen-draper; Feb, 13, active, acCuildhill, London. 1     Rpbtrt Pcrttr, of Wandfwor h, Surry, merchant; Feb. 11, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Htmy Hart, of the town of Southampton, haberdafliir and milliner ; Feb. ij, at ten, at Gu'l^hall, Landon. Giles Artwnod, late of Chipping N�rt�n, Oxf'irH.ViM^ now of Spring-gardens, MiJalefex, imiholder j Feb. 13, at ten, at Guild.tali, London. Robert Moore, of Pudding-lane, in the citr of London, merchant; Feb. 13, at eleven, at Guiltliail, London. Roger Beck, of Oamberaell, Surry, dealer and c up^-'i i Feb. 13, at five, at Guildhall, Lnridcn. Hairy WiUon, late of Old ftreet,  Midilefcx, ''�w�r; ' Feb. 13, � ten, at Guildhall, London.   Finn! J^idwid. ^    Thomas Gallon, of (;fmothevley,  Yor(r.*;'^  mill-rj Feb. ZQj at ten, attheGiidin lion l'na, in >'orih-Al:eitoB. Dividends, edj our Richard Tborgood, of Fenynu-rh ^recr, in the city of London,  cvrljer and bardwaremJ'i  J*n* a0� �c ten� at Guildhall, London. Robert Wayne ar*4 Robert Graham, nf Jarmyn-ftrect, in the pat'ft of St. James's, W'eftminfter, biuksrs and copartner ; Feb. 15, atiki*>> aE Guildhall, London. Qtr;-Jicaia. to be granted. I ', ..Tl�ro.is airnrtn*. (e�Jner W'ith fan! AwCnck)'of Size-f'.tWie, X,ot'Mn, racrchaot j on or before Feb. 9. 1". James 1vTt)i"c'oau, late of Cxford^ftreeJ, in the parifh of St. Maty-le-fajanS� Middlbfex, perfumer j on or before Feb. g. Samu'-I Wjtfon, of Blakeney,' Korfolk,' corn-merdhant } on o, hefore.F.eh. 9. aged 2, ht ?4- undertaken, for a\yager' A man, cf a hundred guinea?, to run froih Wind for: to Hyde-Park-Corner and buck, which is forty-four miles and a quarter, in feven houn and a quarter. Great betts are depending on this-race, which-is to^be determined to-morrow. ' A Wdpj that cures the two applications .-Boil a white hellebore root in a Mange in Dngs in one or quarter of an -ou-ic? of pint 0: jf milk for about .     TRIPOLI   ONION   SEED, JJJST. Arrived,, to be had at Mr. North's, Nur-fi'rv - nd Seed I'm m, near the AC) I am, La.i.ibjs-.b�'Sia!ry� and rnv.V   eeife, at.2s., 6J. a.pircel. The. bainAy'of the feafwti l.iit ld;nrot;r, owing tot'.e unco.:im>n'w<:t,vva :nparif.-n wi-.h thofe. ti. S. '/'.ix ftraog Fmit-bearing Pi >nt: rf th \i,rivfip R-jfpbcrry, at is. per Plan*.; 
                            

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