General Evening Post, January 28, 1790

General Evening Post

January 28, 1790

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 28, 1790, London, Middlesex ( L O N-r 0,0 N. ) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny only. From THURSDAY, january 28, tO S A T U R D A Y, J .-Hi" ii anuar y 30, 1796. 8781 F RI DAY, Jan. 29. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Hirun, Jan. 11. ^-'^^T^T^^O:-.. **E' Pruffian army has been augmented twenty-ufand men within months ; it is they are only y'l' to compleat the different rS>,^|J^fefj/-7g regiments. J^;v an a^iance with the Court *'V '�'sis'.-* of Berlin, it was ratified to the Republic, that Pruflia could not Iiilen to it-while the army of Poland was fo weak, and incapable of ading with effett, or affiiting its allies againft a powerful enemy ; but if they would augment their troops to fixty thoufand men, Pruflia would enter into a treaty.of alliance- with, them botU offensive and defeniive. _-. " Tne Polifh army now exceeds fixty thoufand men, and the promifed treaty is on the tapis. The King has affigned ten thoufand- Tfcalers put of his private bank, to have his camp equipage put in compleat order ; and it is aniverfally thought that the approaching Spring will announce a war almoit general, notwithstanding the overtures and negociations of peace, which at Conftantinople was the eWt&. of panic at the takinr of Belgrade and Bender; but the Porte, now informed of the Revolution in the Low Countries, and of other citciunftances, will not be defirous of accommodation during the winter. Rotie d-iv, Jan. 18. The Patriotic party be* gins to lncw itfelf again in many parts of Holland, which fixes the atte ti m of the Mini iters of the jtlifferent Provinces ; they are bold enough even-to diltinguifh themfelves by their cockades, and 'declare openly, tnat if the revolution of their heighbours fucceedj they will jeja th.eir.rel/es to the ftandard of Liberty. Warfaiu, Jan. 6. We Hear front Jafly* that.the rrkin Rufiian army, under Fidd-Marfhal Prince Pot^mkin, went into winter-quarter; immediately aher marching from Bender, leaving four regiments in that fortrefs Under Gen. Kretchetnickof; the reitof the Infantry are quartered in Moldavia, and the Cavalry in White Rufiia and the frontier t>lace3. The E'mprefs of Ruffia has given the name of Fotemkin to the regirrie"nTT>f Cuirafliers, of which Prince: Poterokin is Chief, and which Has hitherto been called Catharinoflow. Liege, Jan. i 5. The King of Pruflia has written � letter to our Prince Bifhop, dated Dec. 31, in which his Majefty ,advifes his Highnefs in the ftwwigf It rhanwr, -4nd_.for the laft time, to return' to Liege, which his Majefty allures him he may co with all pcrfiible fafety ; and then he may, in conjunction /.vith the ' States;, fet about the re-eftabliuYnent of affairs, and the reiteration of the Conilitution, as it was in 1684. The King threatens, in cafe df rcftifal, to Witndraw his troops from Liege. rii 1 111 - 1 � � SHIP - NEWS. , Deal, Jan. 27. Arrived; and fliiled for the River, the Betfcy, Dobins, from Virginia;. Jo-feph and Mary, Brown, from Lilbon ; Carlton, Woodcock, from Marfeilles; Lord Donegal, tvl'Roherts, from Belfalt ; and Prince William, Lewis, from Dublin. Remain in the Downs the Earl of Abergavenny and -Otfefley India-men, for India; Grand Duchefs of Tufcany, Cardin, for Africa; Queen Charlotte^ Caldwell, fer New-York ; Wafb fioop, and Cockatrice ciitter. Wind W: Gra-vefsnJ, Jan. 27: PafTtd by the Mary and Sai;ah, Barber, f.oin Rotterdam; Princefs Ro>al, Hellitfon, from Norway ; and Margaret and Catharina, Bullock, from Friefland. LONDON. H c U S E of COMMONS. Thursdat, Jan. 28. The Speaker having waited till four o'clock; tnd the number of Members preferit not being Jufficient to make a Houfe, no bufinefs was done. Yefterday there was a Court Drawing-roato at St. James's Palace. s Of the Royal Family there were ferefent, the King, Queen, Princefles Royal, AugUlta, and Elizabeth. The Nobility and Gentry of both fe*es were nearly the fame as on the Birth Day, with a few additions; and in the fame drefles as upon' that occafiom with very fey exceptions- Lord Onflow, as Lord of the Bedchamber; Lord Atnherft, Gold Suck ; and Sir C. Hotham* Groom of the - -Bedchamber, were in waiting on the King. The Countefs of Hareourt was Lady in Waiting on her Majefty; and Lady E. Waldegrave 00 the Prin-cefs Royal. The fame prefentation took place at the Drawing-room as at the King's Levee the preceding day, with the addition of Lady VVilliam Ruffel, late Mifs Villiers, for the firlt time finee her marriage, by the Countefs of Jerfeyj her mother j ind La^ Clanbraffil, for the nrfUime at Court. ^ -u,e JDra'vir!g-room was �'ver at �'el�c'c> nd fort..* after ^eit* Majefties and the Pjinceffes returnei; to Buckingham-hottfe to dinner. Yefterday the Countefs of Waldegrave was atx Court for the firit time fmce the death of the late Earl. > Yefterday her Grace Ihe Du'ehefs of Lfeed3 \Vas at the Drawing-room for the firlt time fihee her lying-in. His Royal Highnefs'Prince Edward, po Thurf-day^>aid Lord George Gordon a ^Hjt in Newgate, and ftaid w4A Tibik fei�e IstneT His Lord-ihip's nephew, the Marquis of Huntly, fon ft) the Dufce of Gordon* waft honoured with his Royal Highnefs's intimacy, when abroad. Tuefday morning General Grenville waited on Mr. Pitt with a menage from his Majefty, and had a long conference with the Minifler, it is fup-pofed, concerning the prefent deranged fituation of the affairs of a certain auguft young perfon-age } and the next day Colonel Hotham, Trea-furer and Secretary to his Royal Highnefs, had an interview"-with the Miniiter on.the fame bu-fineife. " f-d �. - Though the Addrefs of Thanks for the Speech \ from the Throne paffed here through both Houfes of Parliament without debate, yet in Ireland, that from his Majefty's Reprefentative met with much and violent oppofition. Mr. Gratt&n, Mr. Egan, and Mr. Corry, diftinguiflied themfelves greatly by their oratory on this occafion. The two firlt were particularly fevere on Admini-ftration, and the conduc> of the late Lord-Lieu- \ tenant; the laft as warmly defended them. At lait, after much heat, which, by the interference, however, of the Speaker, produced an explanatory converfation, the queftion being put, the Addrefs was carried unanimously. The King of Pruflia, at Memel, has added fiVe per cent, duty on timber and other goods exported. The troubles in Hungary are a little appealed by a declaration from the Emperor to convene a Diet, and confirm the privileges of the-Province. General Vandet Marfch, it is faid, has retired from the command of the Patriotic army in difguft. On Monday arrived at Hull from Cppenhagen, after a tedious paffage of eigjfrF weeks, -in the Favourite, Hugh Ellior, Efq; his Majefly's Envoy Extraordinary and Minifter PtempotegStiary to the Court of Denmark. * Extra.8 of a letter from Plymouth* Jan. 26. " The following may be depended upon as a fa�t, which calls loudly for fome fpeedy regulation. There are this Port fixteen {ail of Colliers from Sunderland and Newcaftle, out of which only feven are permitted to deliver their cargoes for the fupply of this town, Stonehoufe, and Plymouth ."Dock,, and its very paprious.neigbibQurhood r the ether nine fhips are all laid up with their cargoes on board, and the Matters prohibited, under the penalty of zool. to expofe to fale any coals, while there are fuven fhips in the Port on delivery, that being the itipulated number of veffels to deliver, in order to enhance the price from 12s. per quarter to 18s. It is therefore to be hoped that the Legislature will, this Seffion of Parliament, take fuch Heps as wi.l in future put an end to fuch iniquitous combinations, by relieving the poor in this popu-Iohs town and neighbourhood, with many others of their fellow-fufferers in different parts of the kingdom, from the exorbitant^ high price of that 1 Article." Extrad of a Letter from Plymouth, Jan. 27. " The new dock in our yard, which has been upwards of five years in building, is nearly com-pleated; and is allowed, to be the beft dock in the univerfe, for the two following;reaibn*, viz. .hirli,. it is dug out of a f lid rock j and, fecoiidly, it will contain twenty inches of water in depth more than any other dock in England. It gave their Majefties, when hef e laft fumiJier, the high eft fatisfacYion, and who ordered h to be called the Queen's dtfek." SxtraS of a letter from fcamfgate, Jan. tj. " Laft night about 11 o'clock the brigantineXa-Vater, Wolff Frederick-van-der-Wifch, Mailer, front Bremen to JJodrdeiux, with a cargo of wheat and "beans, was wrecked on the North fand head. The mailer and cre> were with great difficulty faved) they carrie on fhore here this morning in one of our town boats: the vefTel is gone to pieces, and the wind blows (b hard,,that little hopes are entertained of any thing being faved out of the wreck." _ Yefterday the Judges met in the Treafury Chamber, Weftminfter-hall, aod chofe their Circuits for the enfuing Lent Affizes, as follow, viz. Northern. Lord Kenyon and Mr. Jtiftice Buller. Norfolk. Lord Loughborough and Mr. juftice Afhhurft. Midland.; Lord Chief Baron Eyre and Mr. BarOn Thbmfon. Homei Mr. Juitice Gould and Mr, |ufUce Grofe. Weftern. Mr. Baron Hotham and Mr. Baron Perryti, * Oxford. Mr. Juftice Heath and Mr. Juftice WiMbn. Th�S price of coals has fallen confiderably. An eminent c6al merehjlht in Thames-ftreet yefterday bought a fhip*s freight of coals,! in quality to Pontops, at 14s-the chaldron. A few clays fince an infurrecHon took place 6ri board the floop Hannah, Cart. Mofs, with cdn-vids from Laftcafter for PortfnipiMJijt A p*iTen|er fliot one of-the convicts ;. and by this fpirited ftep quelled the mutiny. Wednefday a rencontre took place oppofite the Ofnaburgh Coffee-houfe, Cockfpur ftreet, ber tween two gentlemen of the army, who fought fhrioufly with, their flicks for fome time, when one of them received a .wound en his head, from which the bipod gowed to ah alarining degree- A Mr. Adair took off the \vfR*hdecl gentleman. The gentleman who gave, we too much fear, the fatal blow, faid he was ruined by his antago nift, and tfiat he was the caafe of his lofing his commiflion, and fifteen hundred-pounds, and, at the fame line profeffed a great happinefs in having the pletfure to meet him-He was not taken into cuftody. Saturday evening a trunk, containing a variety of apparel to a confiderable amount, the property of Mr. Hill, of Gower-flreet, was cut from behind a poft-chaife, near Bedford-fquare. Sunday morning the houfe of Edward I ayton, Efq; of Lewifhamr in-Sent, was broke open, and robbed-of fome plate, and a variety of other articles. Monday Mr. Thomas Wickworth, of Tooting, in Surrey, was (topped near Ballam, on the Toot-ing-road, by two highwaymen, who robbed him of his watch, and near 30s. On Sunday evening, about half after eight, two gentlemen coming down Pancras-lane were j huftled by a gang of fellows that were driving t an ox before them. Bath of them loll their watches, and one of them his hat and wig. As this occurred-at a time much top early for the | arrival of the beafts in Smithfield, there is too much reaibn to believe (from the inactivity of the people in fuppreflmg thefe practices) that it was hired for the purpofe of d-predation. Wednefday morning the houfe of Mr. Dun-ton, of Uxbridge, was broke open and robbed of plate, &c. Early yefterday morning Mr. William Shepherd, of Lambeth, was knocked down near the Two Sawyers, at Lambeth, by a perfon, who robbed him of his watch, feals, &c. Yefterday two men were taken at a Banking-houfe in -Threadneedle-ltreet by Townfend, one of the officers of Bow-ftreet* charged with a forgery on Mr. Jofeph, of theMinories, fori45l. 6s. J hey were examined by Nicholas Bond, Efq; and committed, one to New-Prifon, and the other to Tothill-fields bridewell, in order to take their trials at the next feffions. MARRIED.] Lately, at Florence*court, in Ireland, Owen Wynne, Efq; Member of Parliament for Sligo, to the Right Hon. Lady Sarah Cole, eldeft daughter of die Earl of Ennifkillen. -Wednefday laft, Mr. James Richdale, of CaflJe-Donnington, in Leicefter/hire, to Mifi Jane Reeves, of Newington-Butts. DIED.] On Tuefday, at his houfe 6n the Adelphi Terrace, Chriftopher Henderfon, Efq. -The fame day, at Bath, John Lang, Efq.-2' Tuefday If'nnight,- at Cropton, near Pickering, Mary Jfick&n, at the great age of 104.-Monday fe'naight, James Allah, Efq; of the Grainger near Oarlington.-On Saturday, Mr. Towers, one of rrfe^deft inhabitants of Aldgate-Ward - On the ift cf this month, Matter Powell, belonging to the Chanel-Royal> and Ton of Mi. Powell, of Coweat-Gardeb Theatre.-- Yefterday, at Weft-endi Hammerfmith, Mifs Gregoryi daughter of John Gregotyj Efq. MANUSCRIPT SERMONS. AFew MANUSCRIPT SERMONS of a late CDttneot Popular Preacher, tote fold, together or fe-parate, by B. White aod Son, in Fleet ftreet. They are all in the Hand-writing of the Author, remarkably fair and neit, and are the identical Sermons preached by Hi.i.&lf. [243 11 This Day ocas fublijhtd, Price id. THE DISPUTE ADJUSTED, about the , properfTwrte of appl)ia� for a REPEAL of the COR-POUATMJM and TEST ACTS : by JheWing, that no Tim* i� prApeY. Firft pubfiflk4 in the Year 1732 ; again in 1736 j now re-puU fbed it the Clarendon Frefs. Oxford, fold by 1).' frince and J. Cooke; J. F. and G. Riv'.ogtoi, St, Paul's Church-yard j and P. Elmfly, la the Strand, London. Where may be had, Bifliop Sberloek'4 Argunvnta againft a Repeal of the ' Corporation and Teft Afts} price it, [233 r S HAKE SPtE ARE. CP* Monday Htxt tviS he publijhed, \ EHARDlNG's Firft Number of genuine . HE^PS and VIEWS appropriited to the wnole Suite wf Snakefpearc'a Hiiloricil Dramas. Number I. Cosfi'h of the follo*tog Plates, engraved by Birtolozz'.Gardner, &c. 1. King Richard HI. from Vertue's Engrav.r.g, among hi� HcaBs *f'd Alonurnejiti, Stc 2, Lady El'zibeth Cray, Qiieen to Ed-ard IV. from an odgind Painting in che Calory of Q^^n's College, Cam-br'�ige. j. janeShbre-from an origi'ia! Pa'nting in the Lodge at Kift/s College, Cambiidge. 4. View of King Richard tHe Third's Manfion iTiCr. %  fquare, Jjify^'K*te-ftreet; acca.rarely delinrated un the Sp-.t, ifl the courfe cf laft Autumn. To be cofitinufrd Monthly. N. B. Propofats at Ijrgs to be had, and S'jbftriptioria taken in, at the Proprietot**, No. 112, Fl et-ftreet 5 at'Mefiieurs '| Ei#ards and Son's, Pall-mali j and Mr. Robfon's,-' New Bond-ftreet. E. Hardingtakes this opportunity to return his nloft grate fol thanks to ftVewl Nobi'emfn and Gcn'lerren who have kinajtjr l�n&birB origlaul Portiai.s and Vis*?, ana favoured bim withH�ttce where others v� to fee" foaad. (217 J S atfiW, fan. zi, 1-0,0.' To the Worthy and Independent Burgefil's of thi>ie Frit -dj, w. think it our Duty to Uunk you coliilfttveij." tor ere j � >r.i Unanimity wliich have appeared in opr ravejr j b.i c oply"xo.aifiire you, that it will be ou*. >-n r merit the Continuance of fo fiartrring a Teftimony of-^u^i . Confidv.ce and good We have the. honour to be, Gentlemen, , -Your ob'i^ attend 0'^ app.lcition. . Pr pfi! , bc'ng firlt g;ven by Letter, direfed tj A. B. No. 5, Wo id-ftreet, lrf>iidi>n, vv II b� duly ai.f.vereJ. WALNUT TREES WANTED. . ANY Gentleman that has WALNUT TREES or PLANKS to difpofe of, may hear of a Puichalar by applying to [cfeph Furber and Co. Gun-Makers and Timber-Merchants, Birmingham, who vt ill give che utm >it Value for the 1"htik, as they mike that Bufinefs the principal objrdt of their a'tsntion. (121 Lime-Jireet Ward, London, z\ft December, (SAINT THOMAS's - T> a V.) THE Inhabitants of this Wardbsin^ affsmbled, unanimoully exprefTcd their Thanks tJ Sir WAT KIN LEWES, Knight, Alderman of this Ward, and one of this City's Repiefentativts, for his upright Candudl in P;v.l:am'-nr, fo. his fpirited and perfes-ering End.avours, and, with iih;r Memb-Ts, ob'a ning a Repeal of the Shop Tax, fo liotrir.en-til to th- Tiad'mg t'ait of "his City 5 alfo for his Exertion in f trwa.dlng putting the Militia of this Cityu^orj a refpefl.ibl? Foot ng ; and Determination to fupport him by their Vote a d Intereft at the next General Election. T243 WILLIAM NASH, Ward Clerk; BROWN VARNISH. PREPARED ready for the Brufb; fuperior to Pai.t, fur preferving Wa d in all Our-Buildings.; fuch as Bams, SraMes, Weather Boarding of all kinds, Gate-Poftsj and Railing, Wood Ftnces, and Park-Paling, &c� Sold at Mr. Creirall s, Painter and Glazier, Whtechapei. road, London; at las. 6d. per Cwt. for Ready M >'ey only 5 whsie Letters of Recommendation approving of iti great Utili-y, may be feen from the Principal Nobility and Gentry in the Kingdom. *#* Orders executed for Town and Country, and Letter! (port p�id) duly anfvered; [ao* CARDIGANSHIRE. To be SOL D, ACapital New-erefted MANSION-HOUSE* in an excellent fpoiting country; concainigg fevea rcSimson a floor, with excellent offices of every defcripti n, p eafure and kitchen gardens and melon grounds ; with a?3 acres of meadow and pafture land, in the higheft flats of cultivation } the whole within a ring-fence, and fit for the immediate reception of a genteel, family. The river Tivy' ruhs through the middle of the grounds. For fVr*i- -<-r--g}*3 - *^-� - &�iuttand Wim- . burn, Chancery-lane. U39 ~" SEMINARY of TEN PUPILS. AMARRIED CLERGYMAN, whofe de* partment has long been the Education of Youth, and to whi-fslot it has fallen to prepare many for the fcenes ot active ' life before their entrance into the world, as w 11 as others for the Univerfiry, and the Number of wh 'le Pupils h limited to TeB, the better to comprehend the emulation of puij-lic and the virtues of private inftruction, has now a Vacanoy for Two. The fituation is healthy, pleafant,' and withi:rTe.i Miles from London ; the treatment liberal ; the Pupils enjoj al mo ft etery convenience they cou;d expe�t at ho^ie; and the Advertiier caji refer to ps'nons of eminence, wht'fe children have been ehtnifted to hia cart, for full falisfacTion concerning moral literary cluiacler, and ftricT attention to the improvement of his fchoUrs; not only in clafticsi !:nnwledc� and. virtue, but alfo the modern languagesj and diicoviric* of the later ages. The Stipend is 80I. per Annum, which incudes every fpeciea of ir.ilruftion except Mufie, Drawing, and Dancing. Ske-ch^s of the' Plan and Mods of Education may behad by app-'ying to Meflrs. Jeflerys, Jeweller, No. 91, Fleet-ftreet.__ [23^ ^"i R I aH POPLINS. ARCHER POPLINf a^d TABBINET MERCER to Her MAJESTY* WITH great refpeft acquaints the Nobilitsh and Gentry that his Warehoufe is now flocked %i� an aiTartrr.ent, more extenfivc thin ufual, of the various kinds of Irilh Tabbine^s and Poplins for Winter, arid Spring wear; in the Fabrica bn of which attention has ben paid to adi ftill to that beauty and rich app-arsnce which hat aU ready'lb eminently diftinguilhed the manufaSure. l-adies have alfo the opportunity of feeiog Yard-wide and other En^liih Poplins, fome of which make handfomc Morning DTefl'es, or any kind of Groat-Coats, and come only to ii. 3s. the Quantity for a Night-Gown. Black Annoieens, Luftrings, and Rafdimore Si'ks for Widdwc ; I^*iiah Crapes for Trimmbg j the beft kind of Stuffs. at�d Norwich Crapes for Servaucs j Black and.Whit* Bo jcecSj Black Jrtfh Poplins and Tabbincts ; and a vtrf pieat variety of White and French Orey Poplins better calculated than Sifesfor elegant Second Mourning. LndTes are faved mudi trouble, whenobliged to bay Mourn* ing, by the method of marking every piece ot gsods with tbo loweft price ; and each afticle is alfo marked a large difenont under the prices, ofually-fold fur; by which families at any diftance have, tbe advantage of being fu $lie4 by the return rf the Mail Coaches, with everything the heft ia its kind (and wichi giving their fricads any trouble) as cheap aa if that were m London.* n. B. The Money wilt he returned fet any Article that fliall not give the expeSed Satisfaftioa, t ]�874 ;