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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 6, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O   N   D   O  N. ) Price Three-Pence Halfperai7 only.     "   ' FrOm   8 A T URD AY,,, FEBRUARY   6,. to   T U E S D# Y,   FEBRUARY-   9,    1790. u  p', 7^5 fv! O N D A Y, Feb. 8. *Vc/�       LONDON GAZETTE* Whitehall, Feb. 6. fy^^-r^-'-'^^-K. '   HE King lias be'etf pleafed to grant to John Wpo'd- n/�X/i" ( T } bridge- the'- younger, fon J H til ' ^ of John Woodbrldge, of �(' Camberwell in the county of Surrey, Efq; his royal million to bear the .^v,,, furnarne of Pindar, in purfuahc'e of the lait will of his grandfather, Roger Pindar, late of Afhby in the county of Weftmorlaml, deceafed ; and alfo to order Chat ins Majefty's conceflion and. declaration be reoif!ered in his College of Arms. Whitehall, Feb. 6.   The Lord ChanceHp.r has V->,; ^'U^fW; licence and P^'hl f^s^c-i^Jj^J,,       aflurae, ufe, and furnarne  of Pin ber, from Calais; Tiber, Leake, ftnd Britannia, Draper, from''Naples';" CTiaYlotte, Richards, from Zant; Minerva, Rufton, from Leghorn; Summer, Weller, from Triefte; Mjpervai Keates, from Catania ; Newhavenj Smidi, from Venice ; Port' Merchant, Wilfon', from Malaga; and Fanny; Green, from Dublin.    ;     ' L   O   N   D -o-  N. v Yeiterday the King, Queen, and three eldeft Prineeffes* with the ufral attendants, heard Divine Service in the private Chapel at Wiftdfor Caftle; after which they walked on the Terracej and from thence returned to dinner at the Queen's Lodge. The Court of Spain perfifts in its prohibition of all news-papers, and of every printed paper. Befide the 39 works enumerated in the firft Decree of the Holy Office, as being impious, per- beefi pleafed to appoint John Parrot, of Wolver- j verfe, falfe, and'dangerous, they have"now iilued hampton in the county of* Stafford, Attorney at       ~ ,    , , Law, to he a Mailer Extraordinary in the High Court of Ciiancery. Vienna, Jait..i6. The Emperor has made a promotion of rrire Major-generals, to the rank of Lieutenant-generals; and nineteen Colonels are made Major-Generals. Cora Exchange, London. RETURNS of COK.N and GRAIN. Ftota Jan. 15, 1769, to Jan. jo, 5790. Average Prica per Quarter. Quarter*. EarTej Heans �� Malt ~ Oats -- Peafe -� Rye Rape Seed Wheat - i 54s7 H7P 4>*S 4040 m 66 61 4378 Pilce. I.    t. 6315 8 2944 18 7*57 4 3*74 1063 14 d. 7 6 4 x y itii.6  9 .10 I l. 1 1 1 o 1 1 * 6. 3 3 �5 10 9 11 2 ID I Z � 3 10 fsihee our hji arrived ihe Mails from Holland and, Flanders. . TP'arjlvjj, J�k. i\. The"preparations making by Kuiiia are far from proraifing a lafting peace, �which obliges us to put ourfelyes in a r.el-pefta-blc ltate.' The troops of triat power or trv 29th ox 'ui; month marched along our front:fri .fo K --.'ow, i*a order to form a line as far as White Ruffia; Prince Staniil'ius Poriiatcu iky, Grand Treasurer o; j-yi'iiuanK'., iias given up ..-is - oil of>Cuin-manuer in Chief of ta- � foot-guards to his coufin Prince Jofeph Poniatowly, who has paflcd from the Emperor^s ierviceinto that of the Republick. Vienna, Jan. 19. There has be?a efpeci.d com-inirno-. appointed to enquire into the conduct of the Counts Trautmanfdoiff and Dalton while in the Lo  Countries. Ti.-: nril Surgeon of the Court, Mo.ifieur de � Brambella, has been di%:       by.his MajcCcy, in con'V �'jT.ce of a compiah . ; ade by Field Mar-Iba, ;.U.'on Lauddnn, of ill     lu�t ir. the miiitary a Decree prohibiting generally all papers, books, manufcripts, Or writings coritahiHig any-pf that ful/e philo/ophy, by which governments, are dif-turbed, and innovations cherifhed. And the more effectually to prevent their introdudliop and circulation, the Court has alfo iffueda Decree, ordering the.poftmallers in every office to fupprefs every printed paper. This poor acl of tyranny has very much affedled the revenue, as the Edift acainft flrangers has the commerce of Madrid, but revenue, which in this country is the pretext for every infringement on the rights of men, is not much regarded when it affecls the power of Kings-. Thefe- expedients will, however, be ufelefs. Liberty, by beiirg thus made the forbidden fruit, will for that very reaibn be more eagerly coveted. The Coprt of Munich has joined the Duke of Cleves aod Elector Palatine, relative to the Liege affair, and declared that the only p.oper flep in; the preierit fituatioa' of afta-irs, is a; re-union of "parties in an amicable-manner. It is the intention of Government, in cafe of a-war, to fupply the navy with bread, inftead of having it by. contract, as heretofore; to effect this delirable purpofe, a molt exteafive bakehoufe and range of neceilary buildings are erecting at' Plymouth, and will be compleated in the courfe of the fpring. '.�'"' The Ball at Carlton Houfe on Friday night was highly f;;ie vdid. The tafte for Scots dances contii.ies u::ab'.;-cJ. No others were called the whole ViK'i!.. J>.e titum-titum-ti of the inglifh Dancing Scncui are.quite chafed from every elegant Aiiembly. Prince Auguflus is faid to be fix feet two inches' high; and that he has out-grown his ftrength. He is but 17. jfeivifi Anecdote.--In a Coffee-houfe near Lea-denhall-itreet, where the Prieftlean controverfy 'became the topic of converfation, an Mraelite, whofe lungs merely were much too ftrong for ids antagpniit, after the-former had retired, was pluming-himfdf upon his prowcis in defeating him, &c. and with an air of eclat afked another 10- hefpitak, by vvhidt the army has fal'.ainid ir.fi- rrite lofs. .  . |raelitc if he -had not ferved the Philiftihe right? i*,rr  .7,7.-7 >>*  1 he mtere ts or the ^cuj tr. or      .        ,. . , ,. , k        j-r ivloit certainly you have, replied he ; and if ever itrlang, ja>i. 22. Vienna and Berlin begin to jar, and the c'pv.-reigns to talk ferioufly, and make fuch proposition1:, Hcth in i>*>hemia and Sileila%' as i> announce the approach of. hofiilifios. Field -Marfhal Ba.roa 'LauJohn having the unlimited cenmahd of Bohemia, lias crccied his "camp' equipage into that country frc-iv. Hungary. Ke has alfo rc'-qnefted of his r.-.:ajeity to appoint the Prince de Hohcnlolic fecond in the command of that country. It is afferted, that the Prince de Cob'ourg is to command the great army that is to act oiFeri-fivcly againft the Turks, and that General, de Vins, and Lieutenant. Field Marfiu'l Wallifch, who command the armies in Croatiz, .tre It) act defcnfively. w--...     a   ,-,-^l.    -.-an, in ,      �,., COUNTRY-NEWS. Oxford, Feb. 6. On Wednefday lait the Rev'. Mr. Holmes, A. B. of Lincoln College, was elected Fellow of that Society. Sbrexvjbury, Feb,'$. Mr. Duncombe has proceeded a considerable way in taking the levels of the propofed canal, to form a junction between the Severn and the Dec ; the country is psTticu-*-larly favourable for fuch an undertaking*-having ample' command of water for th^ locks,, and abounding with heavy articles of trade, fuch as coal, Jlate, iron, &c. �,,.,, ' � SHIP-NEWS. Deal, Feb. 5. Remain in the Downs the Cockatrice cutter; Lord Thurlow, Thompfon, for India; Julius Ca;far, Hay, and Tortola Planter, Harrifon, for Jamaica; Betfey, Davis, for Dominica; Hero, Robfon, for Grenada; Edward, Bernie, for the South Sea ; Expedition, Roberts, for New-York; Mercury, Dale, for America; Molly, Lawry, and Three Sifters, Harvey, for Gibraltar; Prince of Afturias, M'Carthy, for Cadiz; Atalanta, Forbes, for C>.-': ; \ igilant, Way, far Mirfeilles ; Ruby, Dixon, for Philadelphia; and Boddington, Clark, for Nevis.  V/ind Weft. Deal, Ftb, 6.   Remain in the Downs the (hips as per lair, snd-, Smith, for Dublin.   Wind Weft-Nonh-Weit. Gra-vfenJ, Feb. 5.    Pa*ed by the Frederick, Muckctt, from Gaiipoly; Diligent, Bar- i have an engagement with any of them, I fhould be much obliged to you for yd\lrjaiv-bone. The quantity of tea to be put up at the. Eaft India Company's next fale is upwards of five millions of pounds. It is'- calculated that by much the greater part of this will be corifumed in this little ifland in the. courfe of a few months. How Eiankind get rid of their prejudicas !-A century ago one tenth part of this quantity would have been thought fuffieie'nt K> foifon half Europe;   ,.�'., ' .'Lex tahonis.-The wife of a certain genr-tleman in the North of England had no fooner- | eloped with the Curate of the parifli, than he, with the greateft -compofure, went in per'fon, and acquainted the parfon's wife of thecircum-ilancej and made a propofal to take her under his protection in return ; without befitation this was accepted, and they have bae.n at vtd and btard together ever fince. '     ' The very uncommon weather has conipleatly deitroyed the- effects of the combination among the coal owners. . Coals 'are now but 33s-. per chaldron.   At this time lad year they were 4I. A few evenirigs.ago two genteel y�uhg me.n with . bundles came to tfee mailer of a coafiing veflel at � a public-houfe near Billingfgate, and agreed for theirpaffage the next evening. After this they invited him to dfink punch; with them., and counting out thirty guineas, fealed it up in a bag, and delivering it Mb him, dented he would take care of it till they came on board : but when the reckoning was called, ^pretending they were mif* taken in thinking they had more loofe. money except filver, to prevent opening the bag they borrowed five guineas of the mailer to buy fome articles at an ironmonger's in Thames-ftreet, which they faid they had forgot. They then, took leave, promifing to return in the morning, and fend their trunks en board; which as they neglected to do, ,the mafter was perfuaded to open the bag, which he found they had had the addrefs to change, as that then In his poiTeffion contained nothing but bad halfpence. MARRIED.] Saturday, at St-Ann's church, Alderfgate, Mr. John Wright, of Strutton-ftreet, Weftminfter, to Mifs Elizabeth Lynn, thud daughter of the late Mr. Edward Lynn, of Vauxhall.-Lafl; Thurfday, Mr. James Crow-huril, -a farmer, at Hailfham in Suffex, to Mifs Boddy, .of Ottham. Their ages .together do not amount to more t'lan 37 years.-Yesterday, at St. Martin's in the fields, Mr. Benjamin Tux* ford, of Whitcomb-ftreet,-to Mifs Dolly Cooke, of: London-houfe-yard. - On Saturday lait, at St. Ctement's church, Mr. Robinfon, furgeon, to Mifs Abernethie, of'Mayen^ in the ceunty of Banff. - DIED.'J On Monday lafl, at Bath, Captain Elliot Salter of the Rbyai Navy.-On " Saturday* at her hotife in Bifhopfgate-'ftrect, Mrs. Cam.- On Friday fc'nnight, at Richmond in Surry, Mrs. Buliey, wife of John Bulley Efq.-^Friday evening, Mr. Thomas Phillips, of Leigh-hall, near Worther.-At Glafgow, on Saturday fe'n-night-, Mr. ] -^ days a.go, at th�- foot-oi* die Kev. Doctor Nor-maii, county of Meajjh, Francie Lucas, of Caf-tlefhane, in the county of Mbnaghan, Efq.-On Friday'morning, Mifs-Hiller, aged 12 years and eight months, daughter of the late Mr. Killer, woollen-drapei1, Borough Hi^K-fireet?;     B J N K R U P. T 8.   ' Mary Johnfon, of Hoiir.dfditch, in the city of Loftdca, woollen-draper and Jlopfiiier, (caeryiog on trods under the firm of" Mary Johnfoii and Co J to furrender Peb. 13, 23, and March zo, at eleven, at Gui'dhali, London. Attorr.oy., Mr. Henning, New Bafingh3!i-rtreer. James Robinfon, of Truro, h\ Coni'.Na!'," fhopkeejer ; t� lurrind�s Feb� 13, 23, and March 20, at twelv?, at tie Whke-hart, St. Auftei\, Cornwall. Attorney, Cooie,. St. Auftel!, or Mr. Fai1b2r.it, Ely-place, London. j Siinpfan Booker, of Hanley, oc^li.-.tJihiie, linen-draper ; j to fur-render Feb. 9, 10, and M.rth'io,  a', three, at the Crown inn, in Newc3ftle under Lyr*e, Stoft'vdfhirc. "At-torrity, Mr Spariow, iu Nc.vcaflle, or Mill', i'eake, Scuth-.arnpion-boik'ing", London. Edith Brooks, of the town of Poole, merchant ; Vo far-render Feb. 19, at four, to, at eleven, and Marcli ato, at, three, at'the New Antelope Inn, in I'oole.   Attorney, Mr.' Foote, of Poole. , William Brown, of .Al-'gate,'Loudon, chicarhan ; to fur-render Feb. 15,12, and  March 20,   at ten, at GuilGh^U, Lftncor):    Attorney,   Mr. Annefley,   New  Bridgr-ftreet, � Black-friars. .      1 John Rfchrrran Webb, of Chertf.y, fiwriy, .grocer ; to forrender Feb. 9, 1^, and Mitch 20, a: ten, at Guildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr Collii.s, Spit.il fq^uue. pzt'idjnds to be m.'df. George Atk'nfon,  of Alderf^at; ftreet,  London, goli-frnlth, (ca'iyi^g on trade unier the fi:m of Cox a;id AtUin-fon;) March a, at ten, it Ouildhail, London. . J.ihn Stirling, of Abchurcii-Iane, in-the city of London, jewelierj March z, at ten, at Guildhall. Peter Dan'cll, of Colchelter/Sgffex, monev-fcrivener; to forrender Mach 2, at ten, at the Rsd-lion, in Colchefter. Final Divid.T.d. ; .>.   � John {atlcfon, late of the pariA of Harewood,, York/hire, vidtuaiie! ; March a, at ehven, at the Old King^E-arms, in Lee^s..   Fi.ial Dividend. Jirncs Mill, 1 f Honey-lane-market, London, wareheufe-man j March 13, at ten, at Guildhall, London,  Ei>.nsS�r D'avi:, of Cairr,artb*n, Jbopkteper;. Match 4, at fix, at the Buih Tavern,-in Corn-ftreet, in the c'.ty of Br'.llol. ' Wi.Jtiafi-I?a^5a> of fTeet-marRet, Lortdttn, Staffordftire warehoiifeiii'ti } March *, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Robert Cbombes, lat^ of Twicktaba*, Midilefex, but i�w a prifaner in King's.bepch prifon, mahfter 5 March 3, at. eleven, at Guildhall, London. /ofepli trooper, oFLTttle Marlborough-ttreet, in the parift To the Gentlemen,'Cie.J/, av:.i'"echoiaers �F the County of 'JO~R~iWA..L. Centl-witn, ; . TT is- with the mofc fingular Picafur- Ji:if .rmyon', JL that, afier a n.iwue and atf th'ofe' P>iucipies, continue thit Attachir.eni to me, \vhich�you_have already Ihewn ; in Return foi >.-. i!ch it will ev.tr be my Ende .  .-�ur, by an Jndfpendenf CoiiduA iji Parliament, to ferve j�u to the utmoft, and. fliew myf^lf gpt , unworthy of the Truit i;po(Vi; in ;iie. .   I have the i.,u>'..r to be, Gentfenien, Your n".oft obliged and i.Vuhful humli? Servant, ^49]. - }. St. A'OBYN ' R IV E R      LEE. " OTICE is fhereby gi en, chat a Mee*ing of the Trurtjss ur the River Lee Naviation will be r.ii. atthcGlooi Tav:rn, -in Fltet-ftreet, Loudi;n, en Thurfday the j;th Day of Ftbroary hlltar.t, 3t Efeyen o C  cii in the Forenoon. 341] aen. ROOKS. ONE  Til&JSAUD PC EADY to be given fur a FA.!.lM#ubjed tb of .sc. James, in the Liberty of Weftminfier, Middlefof, eoifFee houfe-kseper j March 6, at eleven, at Guildh^!!, London. Jofrph Jones, of Whickiord, Effex, haberdailiir andihop-keeper j M^rch 9, at five, at Guildhall; London. Jofeph Bowen, of New Bond ftteet,. Middlefex, bookfeller; Feb. 47j at elevenj at GaiWhall, London.        "    ' Robert Hafelford'Carrard, late of .HoJbBn�; in the city of London, i'ujen,.draper} Feb. 27, at ten, at Guildhall, Fjnai Dividend. Michael M*Dannel, of Beufo'rdbnry, Cdvent-garSen, MiJ-dlefei, woollen-draper j March 6, at twelve, at OuiKhallj Loi)ddingv Jon f Mitchano, Surry, vi&Mlkr j oa or before Feb. 27, th? Live.: of Two Pen" ni. � An;. Gei-.tkman having a lituat'-OB berwv.-^ Rum ford and Cbelir.iford, or within a (horc Oift'r.te o:i either Side t!i� R.iad, v/ith PofTciiion � Mic!udn:js,. ;,790, : iay fend par-ti:jl."i>-r, a irfiied to A. Y. at Sorivcr.'s, late Wood's, Hote'^ Cover:: ^ard-r.. '       , f.3s* ^\TeTtnTn'd)i"a "oIyHTe R C E." * General Meeting of the Merch nv, Mort-J'.~JL gagees, Annuit.:nts, and Other Creditors, of i-i. Sugar-Colonies, will b- iietd, on Tiiurfday next, the 11 ix in-aT-, . at the Londan*Ta\ern, Bifliopf;ate-ltrcet, at Twelve V.'lock, to conf;der of the Meafu es ne-ellaiy to be taken in Support -of their Petition againft the Abolition of the African Slave,-Trade, pitiejitcd t, the Honourable Houfe of Couvmons ill tise laft ScJli. n of Parliament. JAMES ALLEN, Secretary. L .i.in, Fob. 5. 17IO. , i'33^ W. B. J'he'Criair w',11 be t ken preciftly at One o"Cjuckv A    CURACY S WANTED  by  a  Clergyman in  PriefU Oideis, wh.i has le^u long accuftj red 10 the Duty Jnd Ca;e of a very large Ci.urch and Paiilh. Mo objeft.on ta clbfe confinement, on acccunt of occasional dutyj provided tb* lalary be adsquaK ;' or to Two Churches, if a1, a n^deraij diftancc froii each other* This Advertifemenl may not b unworthy the no/ice of a Clergyman, who may wiiTi Ij con tide'the entire; Duty of a large Pariik to a careful Affulanc fo". a'Part ef the Year. , ' Letters .'.irsiled to A; A. Holliland's Coffee-liou'e, poft-paid, will be attended to. , Leaver inn, manghesteri~ TAMES BK.QADBKNT moft reipe6�ully in: ' if forms his Frie.ids and th.- Public, that he has ei.tered Upon a lar^e and commqdiouj ho-afein' H Ahf GIN G-Dl l'CH, whrch he ha; fitted up'ia,fuv,h a mariner as will, he p.cluing prove worthy their chcourrij2ir,enu He has Jaken particular c re to lunula It with excei'Li t Beds, for the riccption of th'ife Travelleis w o maj do feim the honour ot'fn quentihg ):]s Iioiffe. Kis. Wines arid Spirits are of the-rirft qualities, and iae doubts not of giving that lV.isfac'tioii to his friends, wliich he will ffudy to mere, '%* Goocf Stabiihrj, and an DrJLnaiy every Tuefday ani Sr;..turdiy, at Or;a o'CLicki November, '1789. -       J"3-39 � �� - - WHEREAS WILLIAM hay WARD, Efqi of TOTTENHAM, in ih* tounty of Middl-f;ix, d'ed about the vear 175*, ir.t-rtate, leaving ELlZrA-11ETH' SCHAJ'tE'R, Widow of Alr.rt Silver, Efq; of th� fame placei-and CATHERINE CULVER, VVid>w of Abraham Cu'toer, Efq;  f Rt'MFORD, in th� County of Eli'ex, his Shteis, and Coh-irsat Law j the faid Elimiaetlt Sell afier Ji -d fop. 1 after the faid Wiiliarn Hayward, and th� fa:u Catherine Culver, who afterward* married Dr. JAMES HIBBiNS, died in the Yc.;r 1758; at thi Time of.their Deaths they were fe�erally fjiaed of confiderabie ef.ates iii th� City of London, in the Countieb of Middlciex, Surrey, and Kent, and other Place*; lb sis of which E;fia.tes their Hek at aw has net yet b=en ibk to difcover : If any Peifons vVili give fuch Inforrhatien that all or any of the faid Eftates in.'.y be recovered, they Cull, on the Recovery thereof by th� Heir at Liw, receive a Reward of 5I. par Cent, on th� I V^Iue. Apn'.y at No.'4, Palf^ravt-pl-.ce, ri�*r Temple-bar. fj86 St0 M k R S e T S HI r b. To  fee  S o L D by Private Contraa, AVALUABLE. FREEHOLD^ ESTATE, fituattt in the County uf Somcrfet, c�,:nprifi:i^ two exte.aiive Manors, and upwjr.'a of r7G�.Acies of Lsnd, vvitb, fuita^le^Jiiildii-gs.;-.'. * ! . " 1 Tiie lends are now Irttout upon lcafes fpr lives at fmt'lre-ferve^ients^ but are of th; improved annual value of 1 30r!. and upw -r.t<. Many of the lives are vcfv'fir'advanced, and a confideiable part "of Che Eftates are held oh fii^le lives. � Alfo, The PERPETUAL ADVOiVSON of a Reclory of the Annual V-ilue cf 190I. ami vpvvard^-. ,  eadow�and and pfriure.   Themano  w.d eC.atri are co-extenfive. - Gana'-.y is fourteen mites fr m York, and four from the Balf'uable river Dei went; delightfully fituate'd on the weft fide of the Wold hills. The whole eftate- js plentifully watered by a number 
                            

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