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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 30, 1790, London, Middlesex i j ( L O O N. ) �A Price Three-Pence Halfpenny(okly. From S A T U R D A Y, January 30, to T U E S D AY, February 2, 1790. 8782 niii! M O N D AY, Feb. i.' From the LONDO-k GAZETTE. At the Court at St! James's* \he 29th day of January, 1790. PRESENT, The KING's Moft Excellent Majeffy in Council. SHERIFFS appointed by his Majefty in Council for the year 1790, viz. ERKSHIRE, Alexander Cobham, of Shinfield Place, Efq. Bedfordjhire, Poftponed. Such, John Hicks, of Braddenham, Efq. Cumberland, William Browne, of Tallentir'3:-hall, Efq. Chejhire> John Arden, of Arden, Efq. C ://:�>' and Hunt'', Poftponed. , Divonfoi.-e, Peter Pering, of Halbert'on, Efq. DorfstjZirei Henry William Fitch, of High Hall, Efq. �> rbyjhire, Thomas Macklin Wilfon, of DferbyiEfq. Effix, Thomas Nbttage, of Booking, Efq. Glouce/lerfire, John Blagdon Hale, of Alderley, Efq. ' jf.-rtfordjbire, Samuel Robert Garjffen, of North Mims; Efq. H-rrefcrdjMri:, John Cott'erell, of Garnofls, Efq. 'K >it, Leonard Bartholomew, of Addington, Efq. Leicejhrjbire, Edward Wigley Hartop, of Little Dalby, Efq. L'incolnjbire, Sir Thomas Whichcote*, of Af- warby, Baft. . hhnmoutbjki- e, William Pinwoody* of Aberga^- vertny> Efq. Northumberland, John Lowes, of Ridley Hall, Efq. j^orthainptonj'kire, John Freke Willes, of Aiilrop, vEfq-- Norfolk, James Pell, of Snarelull, Efq. ^ctiingbampirc, George Chaworth, of Anneiley, Prrv. Oxfodjbirc, David Fell, of Caveriliam, Eft}. Riitfavdihire, Henry O'Brien, of Tixovcr, Efq. S-hropfoire, St. John Sharkon, of Charlton, Efq. Sawjetjhire, John Stephenfon, of Bayford, Efq. Stafford fair t, John Sparrow, of Bilhton, Efq. Siffclk! Miles Barne, of Satterley, Efq* County of Southampton, George Dacre the younger, of Marwell, Efq. Surrey, Sam-uel Lon�, of Carmaltdn, Efq. Suffix, Henry Manning, of Sclithover, Efq. Warxvickjbire, Henry Clay, of Birmingham, Efq. Worceflerjhire, Philip Greiley, of Salwarpe Court, Efq. )Viltfoire, Gilford Warrener, of Concck, Efq. Vorkjhire, Pdftpone'd. S'OUTH wales; Caermarthen, William Paxton, of Middleton- Hall, Efq; t Pembroke/bir?, William Philips, of Hill, Efq. Cardiganpirr, Matthew Davies, of Wileirog, Efq. GLimorganfhire, William Lewis, of Greenmea- dow, Efq-. Brecon/hire, Samuel Hughes, of Treguntef, Efq Radnor-/hire, Francis Garbed, of Knill, Efq. NORTH WALES. .. Angkfey, Thomas Williams, of Lanidan, Efq.. Carnarvonjhire, Robert Lloyd, of Geflelgyfarch, Efq. Mericxzthjhlre, John Wymt. Pugh, of Garth- maelen, Eiq-Montgomeryjhire,-Maurice Stephens, of Eirthdw, Efq. Denbighfoiref Edward Lloyd, of Cefn,- Efq. Flint/hire, Charles Brown, of Llwyn'egrin, Efq. Corn Exebange-i London. RETURNS af CORN .and GRAIN. From Jan. 18, 1789,10140.13, iT-,o Bailey Puns Malt -Wars Peafe Rape Seed -. ^beat - Quartan. 2848 2681 5061 1199 49 26 S3i6 Price. 1. �. 9519 1? 3353 H 4730 14 9 2 3 .4354 10 11 S 74 6S 18 Avtrtge Prlea �per Quarter. 1. f I t c 1 1 a -s . �. 3 3 '5 �7 9 10 �3 12 � fc � 4 0 I 3 o 1 ! 1J770 5 9 I War~Office, Jattmry �0, 1790. ii regiment oif life guards, Captain Charles Barton i� ap-pointed to be- Supernumerary M^jor, by purthafr, vice Walrrr Fletcher Gafon, who retires. Ditto, Lieut. Jahn Bellenden Gavvlcr to be Captain, pur-chsfe, vi� Charles Barton. DitTJ*, Cornet Thoro*s Hunt Andrews to b� L'eutenaQt "purchafe, vi� John Bellendfin Gawlcri. Igih regiment of Light dr^gooruj K.pd'eiic Mickpn*>tGcnt� to be Cornet, by purchafe, vice Abraham SruWn, who retires. regiment of foot, Enfi^n Ger-rge John KJ' f- Farrcll, from the> 5^fergiinent> to hz Lieutenm^ Vic*. Marcu* Be-esford, pwffiWted � the �7th regiment of font. �tth .regiment of foot, Lieutenant Henry L-jrd Vlfc-iunt Falkland, from the half-pay of the 65th" foot, to bsLieu. tenant, vice Robert C. Gordon, who eaxh >ngest j8th (cr th; Royal IriO�^ regiment of foot, Enlign William Byron, from the 67th regiment, to be Enfign, \\ec Jarr.es Garth, whoetchaf|(e�. 19th regiment of foe^ Enfign James Macdonali to be L:eu- teaant, by pure? afc, vice William Caui&fd, who retires. Ditto, Alexander Nap;er, Gent, to be Enfigh, vice James MacdonaJd. regiment of itfjt, C�pt. Phippa, Wharton, fiom the liatf-pay of the late
a numerous party, who forcibly carried off Catherine Whealon, and feverely wounded her father and mother, while endeavouring to prevent them from executing their villainous intentions. The gentlemen of the aeighbqurhood have, with a becoming fpir-it, offered a reward of 90 guineas for the apprGhenfion of the perpetrators. " Monday fe'tmight Mifs Phillis O'Leary was forcibly carried away from the houfe of Mr. Pat. Hifferman, in Cork, by John Callaghan, his clerk; the Mayor and Sheriffs of that city have offered 56 guineas forvapprehencfing 'him." ExtraB of a Letter from Chatham, Jan. 291 *' Yefterday morning Mrs. Cornwall, wife of one" Paul Cornwall, belonging to this Ordinary, who was upwards of feventy years of age, hanged herfelf. No caufe can be fuggefted, as fhe never feemed to have the leaft appearance of infanity.. " This morning died, at Brompton, near this town,; Mrs.. Mary Haite, wife of Mr. Thomas Haite, one of the Clerks belonging to the Clerk of the Cheque's Office here. " This afternoon Mrs. Bland, wife of Captain Bland, "of this town." Oh Thurfday evening, about ten o'clock, as Mr. Hufon, cf Lambeth, was pafling between the. Obelife and Mount Row on his way home, he was' forcibly feized by two men habited like foldiers ; one of them held a piftol to his breaft, and threatened him with inflant death if he-cried out, while the. other Conda&ed him acrofe a field into the fliell of a. new houie, whefe two oWiers were waiting, who holding a dark lanthorn to "his face7 , d-nea him, and told hrm he was not the fnitch, siz., the.evidence, thCy wante^ ; they then took half a crown oat of his pockets, faying*, it would make them drink for the trouble they had had with him ; and directing him to the road, left him %withoi*t ~ farther moleftation, though they faw a watch and other money in his poiTeflion. Mr. Hufon, is very much'like a perfon who pro-fecuted tvo footpads lately executed, and who lived in that neighbourhood. Friday night about eight o'clock as Mr. Tho. Whittle, fen. of the Town Clerk's office, Guildhall, was going to his houfe, facing the Hare, Hoxton, he was ftopt by two footpads under the wall of the alms haufes, who robbed him of his watch and money, then cut him with a curlafs in fo terrible a*.manner*, that his furgeonlias little hopes of his recovery. One of the robbers was taken on Saturday morning, ard proves to be a blackfrriith in Hoxton to.vn. He was carried before Juft'tce Triquet, in VVor(hip-ftrcet, who committed hisn to New Prifon. MARRIED.] The Right Hon. George Hay, j Earl of Errol, Hereditiry Lord High Conftable of Scotland, to Mifs Blake, eideft daughter of J. Blake, of Ardfry, in the county of Galway, Efq.-'Friday laft, at St. Mary-le-Bone churchi Thomas Bent} Efq; builder, of. lye-bridge, Devon, to Mrs. Martha Barril, of the City ro%d, widow of the late-- Barril,. Efq.-Yefterday at St. Bride's, Mr. Marfli, of Dorfet-ftreet, Salifi bury-fquarei tr> Mifs Jane Griffiths, of the fam* place. . . � . " , DIED.] Tuefday, Mrs. Greenwood, wife of ; Mr. Charles Greenwood, of Bromley, near Bow. -Laft Wedneida'y, at the UnibrI brewhoufej -Wapping ftreet, George . Healey, brewer, and one of the people called Quakers.-Monday laft, at Gosforth, in Cumberland, Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon, aged 94.-1-Monday laft, in Cmfs-ftrest, Whitehaven, Mr. Jpalmer, wi;.e x>f Capt. Palmer, of the St. Peter) of that port.-ifuefday, at Chefter, after a few days illnefs, William Price, Efq; lale of ColcshMj near Flint. This gentleman wa? in indigent circumftances; but facceeded to a ibrtun? cf 5000U a few" months before his death.-Saturday fe'nnight, Mr.'Mor* gan, formerly an eminent ironmonger of Shrewf-bury.-^-A few days ago, the Rev. Mr. Griffiths, of Bangor, Carnarvonuure, who enjoyed preferments in that diocefe to the Amount of ioool. a year. - Lately, at-Gosforth, in Cumberlartdj 'ifaa'c Cor>k, aged' 90.- He had been, blind from his "16th year, was well known as a fidler at country vv .!-:es and fairs, and remarked for afj extraordin-n.ry memory;--At Dublin, John Fitzgerald, Efq; late of Bclgrove in-the Queen:� Ccounty. - 8 A N K R U P T S. Henry Smith, r>f Upper Thimes-ftreet, London, coaU. merchant; (o furrernier Feb*-'xa 13, ?nd f'S^rch ij, at eleven, at Gtiildhall, Lor.iion. Attarnies, Met]'. Pitches and" Luard,..awl h n\ l.rte. ' James [ones, of ButcHeriro*, in t'e pjrim of St. C!e� went Uanas, MidJltfex, cheefcmor.gecj to fiurender Feb. 9-, at live, 16, a:-d M.irch 13, at ten, at Guildhall, London; At'orney, Mr. A.iams, Mark lane. ... Will'um Macbean, cf Mitre-court, CheapfiJe, Londnnj vvar-hn .fema.i j to furcender Feb. 6, J2, at live, anl March 13, at tw.-l�e, ti Guildhall, Lond >n; Attorney, Mr. Main-ftune, EITex-ftreit, -SirJnd. William ). *, 10, and March 1], at ejeven, at Guild-^ hal', Lonion. Att'urnies, Msfl*. Herhe, Patetncfter-row. ]uhn Wh.fltr, rf .sewarditone, in the p";iri/H of Walthatrl Holy Crrfs, Eflix', ftsich maker; to furrender Feb, 9, at nine, 16, and- March 13, at tea, at Girldhal],-' London; . nt.orney, Mr. Jefl"F, Waltham-abbey, or Np; 13, C#f* f'orJ'i i.n, Lnnd n. VViliiam Proud, of MartWi-line, Carmt-nifrreetj in the city of London, wine-merchant; t-u furretidcr Feb. s, zo, and March 13, at ten, at Guildha'-l, London. Attorney, Mr. Grei.-hwoullera, of Great Sr. Helen's, Ciihopfgate-ftreec.--James Mur'rell, of Redfrois-ftreet, London, baker; to funender Feb. 5, at fiv;, 15, and March 13, a: it Guildhai, London. Attorney, Mr. Strong, Rcdv^'fl-" flreet. ', ' Jofeph Dobf in, of the city of Bath, Somerfet/hire, . z, at five, - i6, ajld "M^>rch tj,, at ten, a^ Guiiahnll, London. Attor- -ney, Mr. Wilfon, Caftle-ftreet, Holborn. j �rhomaa Scollick, now or late of the City read, MnorfieiJa, Middlefex, bookfellerj to furrender Ftbi 9; 15, and-March 13, at ten, at-Guildhall, London. Atloxuey,- Mt. SmUhj Thavies-inn, _Holborn. John Scott, late of Manchester, Lanc�m"re,. commnn carrier \ ~to furrender, Feb. ajr 24, and Msrch 13, at xhxze, at the Swari with Two Neck* Inn, in Manehefter. Attar-''hey, Mr. Aldcroft, in Bolton in',the Moon, in Lancai!:ite, orMr. Sharpies, Curfwar-ftreet,. Chancery-lane, London. Jani.es Godfrey, of Aldgate, In the parifh of St. Catheiir.e Ctee, in the city-of Lo'ndcn, cordwaiher; to furrender Feb... 3, 16, and March 13, at ten, at Guiidhail, L?ndo.i. Attorney, Mr Browne; No. 135, Bifliopfgats ftreet. Matmaduke WiUianj Norris, of John-ftreet, Oxford ftreet, Middlefex, upholder ; to furrender Feb. 6, ra, and March 13, at t*�, at Guildhall, Ifondoa. Attcrnies, Mefl"..Carpenter and Harris, Southwirkr- r Dividends to be made. John Gilbert,,of Tunbridge Weila, "Kent, linen-draper j March 9, at ten, at Guildhall, London. . , John Sharpe, (hire, dealer and chapman.
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