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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 23, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Tenm ( L  O  W 0  O 'N. } Price Three-Pence Halfpenny owly. Froth  SATURDAY,  January  23,  to  TUE3D AY,  January*  26, 1790. 8779 MONDAY, Jan. 25. /Y0/k       LONDON GAZETTE. LordChambsrlain''s Office, Jan. 23. !�&&^?-^^C^\0^r^ " hereby given, �' hn Hr.nce is appeintfd to be Captain ot � Troop, by pwrchafr, Vice J. Henry i'akenham, who retires. T)ittn, Lieutenant John Sytr to be Capuin-Licutenant, vice |ohn Prince. fijtto, Corner. Thonias Lane to be Lieutenant, vice John Syer. 2.d (or Queen's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Hugh Dive, Gene, to be Corner, by purchafe, vie- W. Davenport Tal-b*t, promoted. 37th Regiment of Foof, Lieutenant Wilharo Fd.v-rds, to be Ci.ptam of a Company, by purchafe, vice James Horn, who ,   retires. Ditto, Enfign Francis VVadman to be Lieutenant, v'ce William Edwards. Ditto, Frederick William Builer, Gent, to be Enlign, vie. Francis W.dman. 4.5th regiment of Foct, Enfign William Mathefon, to he Lieutenant, by Purchafe, vice Charles flawici/if, who r;- tibt. iDitto, Thorhas Norman, Gent, to be Enf'grt, vice William ftfethefon. fcBth Regiment of Font, Qinrter-Mafler Thomas Buckele-Campbell to be Er.fien, by purchife, vice William Houari , Seymour, wh , i-^vrs. 87th Rerimer.t of Foot, William Dyton, Gent.     be enfifjn, vice Jo'm Frir>ci3 Bullcr, appointed to an t!s':gncy in th; 1   ift Regi.i.ent of Foo: Gu rds. ^Is*/ South W'.Iks Corps, Erlijn WilHarn Curr.mtngs, frnm the haif-i^y of the late 83th Regiment, to be Enfigr., v'ce Charles �Jjxham� �Corn Exchange, London. RETURNS of CORN  and GRAIN. From Jan. ii, 1789, to Jin. 16, 1790. parley - Beans -� tyalt - Oats - ?eafe - Aye - Rape Seed tcrs.	Price.		Av*rigePrie� per Quarter.	 	i.    1.	d.	1.	�.     d. 11091	131S3   7	io	1	3     9 3235	373' 19	$	1	3    0 3$6i	�906   7	i	1	14   10 43S1	1730 iS	6	0	17    0 1509	"5 + >9	,0	1	9   10 3ti	500     2	9	1	12     0 -j-	---   -		-	--   - 6174 i	l6io2   io	0	2	11    10 Saturday arrived the Mail from Holland. .  TVarfavj,  Dec. io.   The Commiinon of War nas received orders to pay the new-created officers their wages From the ift of this month. All the rep-iments of infantry are to be divided into ei^ht companies; the artillery cf the Crown IviJl have 14. of them, and that of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania feven. The value of the revenue of the ellates, which formerly belonged to the Biihopric of Cracow, all expences deducted, ipcluding the Bifhop's penfion, which is 106,000 floiins, is 500,000 florins. S  H  I  P - N   R W   S. Deaf, Ja*:. 7.2. Remain in the Downs the ten Chief, Dclday, for New-York ; Wsfp ficop and Cockatrice cutter.   Wind S. W-. Leal, Jan. z'j. Reuaia In the Downs the -hps as per Lift, and Princcfs -Royal; Rofs, for Africa; Unity, Smith, for Donjinica; Mrry, Pej-gus; fo5- iMonHcrrat; Diana, Robertfon. lor Virginia; Nautilus,   Stone, for Barcelona ; Ifi- tTrMr__    r_ .  t-\\_______. y_i...    r____a A rrieftage came fro\p the LordsV informittg the Houfe that their Lor^lhips will proceed in the trial of Warren Hafiings, Efa; in Weftminfter-Hall, on Monday the ift\f "Kebrcary next. The Houfe then adjourned] and the Speaker went in ftate, attended by thi& Members Xif the Houfe of Commons, to prefent the Addrefs to his Majefty. On Saturday, at two o^clock in the afternoon* the King came from Buckingham-hcmfe to St* James's, where his Majefty held a Levee, which commenced foon after t�'o o'clock* and was attended by Mr. Pitt; Duke of Montagu; Marquis of Salisbury ; Earls of Chatham, Ailesford, Camden, Courtoun, and Winchelfea (whovat* tended as Lord of the Bed-Chamber in Waiting) ; Lords Herbert, Hood, F. Campbell, and Am-hsrll (Gold-Stick in Waiting) ; Maftef of the Rolls ; Attorney and Solicitor General; Sir George Howa/d, and Sir James Peachey (Groom of the Chamber in Waiting) ;  Mr. Grenville> bclla, Wilfon, for Charante ; arid John, Low for-..  Wind W. by N. Grave/end, Jan. 22. Pafied by the NcV.'oerg, Dowey, from Marfeiiles. LONDON. HOUSE   of   C O M M O N S. Saturday, January 23. The Speaker tock the Chair at a quarter pari two o'clock. The Marvuis of Graham took the oaths; and his feat for Great Bedwin, he having vacated Ids feat in confequence of a late promotion, and having been re-chofen for that Borough. 'Lord Courtoun appeared at the Bar, and ftrmed the Houfe, that his Majefty wouii be Veady to receive the Addrefs of that Houfo a: half pail two o'clock. The order of.the day was then read, which to take into confideration that part cf his Majefty's  Speech which  refers  to th�  Corn Trade. Mr. Rofe moved, that this order be poHponed 10 Monday next; to which the Houfe agreed. Mr. Refe then moved, that the Houfe do cri Monday next refolve itfelf into a Committee of the whole 'Houfe, to confider of fupplics to b^  grattted {o his Majefty-Agreed to. Mr,. Secretary Grenville brought up forhe papers from the Governor of Qqebec, relative to the exportation and importation of corn, as ordered to be referred to the Commute* appointed tfr take this fubjeft into confideration. Frith,   tHe manrac, who on Thurfday laft threw a ftone with great- violence at' the facrfcd j perfon of his Majefty, as he paffed in ftate to the 1 Houfe of Peer?, was on Saturday morning taken ' by Mr. Morley, the meflengcr, in whofe cuftody he is, a thigj^ time before his Majefty's Mini-fters, at th^ office of the Secretary of State for the Home Department, where this alarming af-fa'urt was further inveftigated. Still ilronger proofs of the prifone^s lunacy rrppeared; two females were e>"4inined, one of whom was a relation of Friih'sr anA'bot;^ t"ftirled his infanity ; they faid thsts iu-      *   0i- a gentleman who  lives at Cheiiea, ,^     this unhappy man had ac- cufed of tre.aing him ill, had, on the contrary, been almoft the only friend he had left after the death of his father, who was a life-guardiman, and afcer gaining his difcharge from the regiment, a dktiller, and lived in Glafs-iioufe-ftreet, St. James's. Tnis man, for his good conduit as a foldier, had the King's letter for fome years^ before his dLlbhition. To Mr. Burnfall u Frith Mr. Vil^ers, Mr. Phipps, Mr. Elliot, &c. At - indebted for the firft commnuon he ppfTsfTed, half paft two- o'clock the Speaker of he Houfe J which was in the 37th regiment, and r.lfo for of Commons, attended by Lord Vifcount Valle- ! his exchange into the ioth regiment of foot, tort and Mr. Cawthorne, came with.the Addrefs j It was with,this re^imen't-as he afferts in the. paper which he had written, and ituck up in the Coart-yard at St. James's, and at the Royal Exchange, where he publicly read it, in the fatie frantic ityle he had written it-that he was roinp-to Jamaica ; out to conceal a mutiny which happened on board the fliip in which he was, the. officers put l-.'m on more, on an ifland inhabited by evil fpirits, who tormented and teazed'him few the icnor time he remained there.   In this paper he charges the King with having broken his Coronation Oath, and of having committed a&s of felony.    The charge of felony he extends to the Privy Council, who, with the King and his Mimflers, he affirms, are fubverting and totally destroying the purity and excellence of our envied conllitution.   The man who took this paper from the Court-yard at St. James's, and carried it to the Duke of Leeds, was rewarded by his Grace with five guineas.   Samuel Spur-way was again heard.-   Mr. Griffith, who was agent to Lieutenant Frith, attended, but was not. examined.   The prifoner was remanded into the cuftody of Mr. Morley.   The excellent character which this unhappy maniac bore, previous to his prefent afrlicT:ion> makes us lament his fituation. Benzielilierna, the Swede, who was condemned to be beheaded at Copenhagen, has been pardoned, at the interceffion of the Emprefs of Raffia ; but he is to be imprifoned for life. On Friday evening late a woman very meanly habited came to the houfe �f Mr; Meadows in Tottenham-court "road ; and on pretence that her hulband was at the point of death, prevailed upon him, ,a& iig, ntjclonged to a fociety for relieving the fick attheir own houfe., to go with her to a place called Rats CalUe, near Buckridge-flreet, St. Giles's.-Here upou fome ftraw in a wretched apartment, without either' fire, or any thing to fit upon, a man was lying ft'emingly in much agony, but who recovering himfelf when Mr. Meadows entered, refufed a cordial he offered him, telling him that every thing but his prayers were now too late.-Mr. M. upon this kneeling �bwr;, the woman threw herfelf upon him; while the pretended dying manj and another perfon who came into the room, put the candle cut, rifled his pockets of his watch and money; with the moft horrid imprecations.-They then left hint, threatening to return and do his bulihefs, if he dffered to ftuy which preventing his making an alarm for a confid'era&e titnej they got clenr off. -It appeared by the tcftimohy of the neighbours that a man and woman had taken the room but a day, or two before* the man apparendy a cripple, as he walked with a crutch. On Thurfday the 14th inftarK, abbut midnight, the houfe of the Reverend Dr. Wilmot, at Barton on the Heath, in the county of Warwick, was broke open by a large gartg^ of armed ruffians, two of whom entered the room in which Mifs Wilmot flept (her uncle, the Do&or, not being at home), and with moft horrid threats demanded to know where the money was. Mifs Wilmot behaved with the grcateft courage, as well as coolneft. She1 heard one of them whifper the other, who anfwered, no, you bleody villain, toe ivill not Ml man, nucjfcan, or child.- After this they nailed the door of Mifs Wilmot's room, as likewife the fervants doers, and having ranfacked the Houfe, and robbed it ^of every thing they could find, drank a great deal of wine, brandy, Sic. and did not leave the houfe till near five in the morning.-The two that Were in Mifs Wilmot's room faid they had fix more along with them ; though it is rather imagined they were, but five in nwmfeer. Two of thefe villains were apprehended at Enftone yefterday fe'nnight, each having upon thcrn fome of 'the Doilor's property, and were c6mmhtedr-by the Rev.' Charles Willes, the day following, to Warwick gaol; and on Monday a third belonging to the gang was taken at Witney, and on Wednefday committed by the farfte Magillrate to the above gaol; on whom was likewife found a part of Doctor Wilmot's prc-perty, and Mifs Wilmot fwears to this laft being jne of the perfons who came to her bed-fide. A few days ago, an inn keeper at Chefter ma  to fwcar" to the father of two baftard children, of which they had been delivered about the fame time. Each, fwore, that her miftrefs's fon, a fchool -boy, was the father of her child. The hopeful young gentleman being only thirteen yean old, his mother tried the caufe at the laft Worcefter Seflions, when the Bench declared the matter go be im'p>ffibU ! which Corififted of the following ingredients, viz. 48 potmds of flour, and 18 pounds of butter formed the Cruft; a quarter of pork, made Into mince meat, at the bottom; three ..geefe, two hares; one turk,eyr three partridges boned, an4 a neat's tongue. The pie coft four millings baking. MARRIED.] On Wednefday laft, Captaii Beauvin, to Mifs Johns, of Brompton.-Yefterday, at Stepney, Mr. Harper, wine-merchant, to Mifs Malyn.-of Bowes, Middlefex.-On Saturday laft, at St. Bride's, Fleet-ftrcet, Mr. Bowles, of the Strand, to Mifs Bowen, of Ludgate-hill. DIED.] Laft week, in the 73d year of his age, the Rev. Dr. Seward, Vicar of Charlbury, Oxfordshire ; a livipg in the gift of the Prefidcnt and Fellows of St. John's College, of which Sor I -ciety the Doctor was formerly a Fellow.-On * Tuefiiay^aft, at Reading, Berks, Mr. John Aris, formerly a watch-cafe-maker', in the Old-Jewrv. �-Sunday fe'nnig^vti Mrs. Gerrard, of Stanwell, in the county of Middlefex. B A N K R UP T S. James C:itvert, of OW-ftrtetj MWdlefex, v^negffr-mer-chint; io.itwrtuier Jan. 3'o,v at ten, Feb. 5, and March 6, at five, at CTu'.Uha!!, Lond n. Atrorni'es, MelF. Welch and R-jti.rrfcrd, AMcrfkatc-frn er, London. Jihn fjer.tley, late of C^tie-lireet, London,. Coymaker; to l'urren-ler F.b. z, 2C, d Mirch 6, ?.t eleven, at Guild-lull, Loijd-.m. Attonic), Mi. Miller, Barnard's-inri, H;l� born.      _ Sa n-jel Til , of ChMpdde, in the city of London, up-  holder'; ro fur render Jas. 3s, Feb. 3, and Marcii'Sj atten, �t Gu'l-i'ull, Lundiii.   Anorne;-, Mr. Richard Edmunds, at the txchi-q-jci-orTicc'bf I'lea?, Lincoln's inn.. Williarai N!'orm.'Ti, cf the Borough of Tie^ony, Cornwall, G�.;>pkre5per; to furrrr.d�r Fi-b. 2, 1-6, at the V.1 hicc hart, in Sr. AufleJ!, in fjid county, and March 6, jt tenp a", t^e Qn^tn's-hcan, in Tr v^ny. Attorney, Mr. Ccode, in St. Apii'-.ll, or Mr. Fjirhanlc, Ely-place, L"ndon. � Ja-::es Roper, of the patuT% of VValfill, Staftordfhire, buckle cti.ipe-ni iker; to fnrr�;der Feb. io, 11, and M?tcb 6, at ten, at rh; Rull'-; he.id, in RnOoIl-ftiett, in Walf-ill. Attorney, Mr. j hn Heele). in 'WairaJl. John Holt, of Tit'chfiil-'!, Southampton, ironmonger; to f,inender Feb. 5, at three, 6,' at ten> and March 6, atthree'j at the 3uglf, in 'I iichfieid. Attorney, Mf. Charles Barton, at Titchfield. George Ea!es� of Dartmouth, Devbiilhire, merchant; td furrendrr Frb, ?^i:fb�r, 9, and March 6j at ten, at the Calrle Inn, in D.itmou.h. Auorney, Mr. Thomas Gret� ton, Daitmouth, or Mr. Smith, High^ftreet, South*ark. John Walker,  late of Piccadilly, in the p riflj- of Sk George HanDver-fquaj-e, Midciiefex, ftdlcr, (but now a prifoner in the KingVBeuchJ to furfendw Jan. 30, Ueb. >>nd March 6, at eleven, ac Guildhall, London.   Attoinies} Mf.fl'. Wilmot and White, Temple. Dividends to be made. Joreph Powell, of Cornhill, London, hardwareman; Fe6� 15, atten, at Gttildhafl, London. John French, uf Fencburch-ftreet, in the city of London.) tookleUet j Feb. �j, a> ttn, at Ouildhail. Thomas Lempneie, |jte of Little Wincheller ftreet, Lon-doii, butnow-Bl f^jeen-Rieet," in the parim of 3t. Mary Al-dermary, London, merchant; Feb. ijj at ten, attjuild* hall j London*   '     -     , Aiith'ifsr Songa and Bartholomew Songa, of.Warnford-court, Throgmoitnn fireet, L: ndo'n, merchants and copartners; Feb i7, sf ten, at Giiildhall. Jofeph C'�gv. l?.te'of Liverpool, Lancaihire, merchant j-Feb. 16, at eleven, ac the Kingjwrms Tavern, in Water-ftreet, Liverpool. : Dividends adjourned. Grorgc Rsvenhii), of St. Paul's Church-yard, In the city of London, ca'.iinat-mater and ufholilerer; April 17, aC ter, at Guildhall, London. Thnmas Days, now or lare of Gnfwell-ftreet, irt the parifll of St. Luke, Old-ftreet, Miadlefex, brftwerj Jan. 30, at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Final Dividend. James de Diufina �nd Jarhcs Clerks of the city of Lohdonj merchants,, (partnen with juiius Conrad Ridder, late of tht city of London, but now of Liflion, Pottugi!, merchant, trarih^ under the firm of de Drufina, Ridaer, and Cleric j) March 3, at eleren, at Guiidhall, London. Certificates to be granted. John Dampton, of Ericlc-lane, in [the parifll of St. tVi'Jf" thew, Bethiidl-green, Midrilefex, tallow-ciiandler; on of be* fore Feb. 1 3. Vincent Lsdcs, of Kelmet-rdw, in the parifh ot'^c- Luke, Middlefex, bricklayer; on or before Feb. 1-,. William Smith, (partner with Grargc G^3r.J) ^ B�r* minghrrHT, Warvyicitfni^ * seller; ol nr -ekrc Fc'j. i 3. WiHiam Richards, (partner with Jjhn Terry, of Birmingham, Warwickflilre, button-mtl-" -nd buckie-maker j on or before Feb. 13, John Terry, (partner with William Richards) of Birmi-g-ham, WarWicklWre, button-m^er and buckle-maker j on or before Fib.' 13. John DupW, (partner �'th Grenrvills Duplex^ of the pa* Tt!h of Chrirt Clurcb, Spitalfields, Middleisx, weaver; on cr before F�:b. 13. Bankruptcy enlarged. Stephen Nccur, of Green-ftreet, in the parifll of St. Martin iii the Fid-./-, Middlefex, toyman and jeweller j to fur-render March 16, at ten, at Guihhail, London. A This day Is published, II One Volume, G&tvo, price ?s. bound, (In wii'h is infer:
                            

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