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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 9, 1790, London, Middlesex                                EDKESDAY, Feb. ~rom the LONDON GAZETTE. rt^^Sr^KT**. OMMISStONfgned by his 'y  ~J   '       '       ed Jan. 13, egiment of foot, ___ General Thomas J?^'F/q Stirling to be Col nel, kUi/'jfH vice Major Gen. M'Nab, deceafed. 'S-HIP-NEW5. 'Deal, Feb. 8. Remain in the Downs the fliips ii before; and Daphne, Miller, for Virginia ; i ne, Fairchild, and Elizabeth, Stamper, for l-renada; Noble, Noble, and Lutii, Palmer, i-it New-Ywk.   Wind W. Grave/end, Feb. 8. Paffed by th: Unity, Lady Boody, from Stettin; William, Stewart, 'rpm Newry'; Peggy. M'llroy, from Belfaft; and Olive Branch, Leonard, from Maryland. r~0~N^D   O   N" Yeflerday morning, at t-h o'clock, their Majesties, in the King's poil-chaife, to.>k an airing to Kew-Palace, and after viewi: g -the gardens, farm, &c.vetumed t > Buckinghan.-Houfe, where they dined with the iix Princefles. Y, ft.-relay, while their Majeities were at Kew, his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Clarence viiited the fix Princeffes at Buckingham-Houfe. Yefterday afternoon Mr. Sheridan, Mr. Fox, and Sir T. Dundas, had audiences of the Prince tef Wales at Carleton-Houfe. Yefterday the Weftern pofl brought letters to } Carleton-Houfe from Prince Edward, who at the \>time of writing was on board the Southampton  frigate off the JLand's-end. Yefterday the Commiffioners of the Lottery met at their office, Whitehall, and be pan the uftiVl work of cutting off the tickets into the wheels, preparatory to the drawing, which will commence on Monday fe'nnight. M.   .    p , which has occafioned confiderabls.4amage.   The f. u esd-ay, t ebruory 5. ^    ;      ._. caufe of this accident has not been difcovered.- i ^T^HE Lord Chancellor attended at two. Prayers The houfe belongs to Mr. Kobart. One of the opera fcenes took fire laft night, which created, great alarm and confufion in the audience ; but the flame was very fpcedily extin-guifhed. MARRIED.] . The 8th inft. at St. Sepulchre's church, Mr.- John SJarwife, watch-maker, to Mifs We lion, daughter of Mr. Wm. Weilo'n, of Green-hill Rents, Smhhfield.-The 15th ulr. at Knock, Ifle of Sky, Lieutenant-Colonel Donald M'Leod. of the Madras eftablifhment, to Mifs Diana M'Donald. - .   . '' DI&D4 Laft Sunday,.'TMrs-. Townfliend, wife of Mr.To'.vnibjeftd, cj^fid on -bridge cofYee-houfe, at her .aparfllf^.*'^*^e country.-On Friday, in the ninc'f*fe.."  >' of her age, Mifs Davis, third daughter us f'wmas Davis, Efq; of Blackheath.-On Friday laft, at Edinburgh, Dr. William Cullen, firft phyfician to his Majefty for Scotland, and one of the Profeficrs of the Univerfity of Edinburgh,-Monday night, Mr. Robins, bricklayer, in Gray's-lnn-lane, aged 60.-0� Monday, the jft inft. Mr. Wm. Hamilton, late furvcyor of the cuftoms at Dunbar.-A few days ago, the Rev. Mr. Ramfr.y, Redor of Barton, St. Andrew, in Norfolk.- The reftary, which is worth near 200I. a year, is in the grfe^of the crown.- At Cronftadt, in November'brt> Sir Saniusl- El^ljjnftone, Knight of the Order of oc.-Grorge, Captain of her Imperial Ivlajefty's {hip Prince Gaffaaf, and Lieutenant in his Bri:annk Mzjally's navy, aged 31, after a fhort illnefs. BANKRUPTS. Anfclmo Mrthan, lafe rf St. Mary-axe, I,ondor>, r.Kv-chant ; to funender Feb. ^�t, and fOaich -2, a-s> at twelve, acGui.chill, Lonj'on. Atturnirs, Al.-fl". \Veich snd Rutherford, Aldcrfgate Hrcet. William iani'tn:,  ondnn, infurance-br ik:t; tu funeniier Feb.   12, at 6vp, 53, an J Attorney, Mi. Vaajer- A   by the Bifliop of Gloucefter. Sir ^/illiara Chambers and Mr._ Coufe were called to the bar, and the Lord Cha'ncellbr interrogated them whether the Hall was in a fit condition for their Lordfhips to proceed in the triai on Tuefday next. Sir William aefwered, that the Hail was rather damp, but with the affiftaticc of braziers, it might be rendered fit to receive their Lordmir? by/that day.-His Lordlhip .directed Sir William to take the proper meafdres^ Counfel was .called to the bar, when Serjeant Adair finiflied his argument to fhew that'the'charr ter of Charles II. was invalid, arid confequently that the election of Mr. Araory tq the office of Alderman under that charter was illegal. - At four the Serjeant finiflied his pleading, ar� the Lord Chancellor adjourned the further hearing 16 Thurfday next. Adjourned\o to-morrow. Mjrcli 2,', ar ten, at G-.-.Udhall. com, U�(h-lane, Cannnn ft.eet Ja-nes M -.nKfie^d, of Grovy-rtr:e',   Hackney, Middlifex, Attoriny, Mr. WLhice, j-.hn- ivlaje.ly addrefled them in the follow- ing terms o " Gentlemen, " I fliare the f^v.timents of the King, and join " in heart ai�d mind-I join in the proceeding " which hij love for his people has dictated-" him. Look on my fon ! I will conftantly fe't " before him the virtues of the beft of fathers ; " and 1 will inftrucl him early to relpeft public " liberty, and to maintain the laws, of which I " hope he will be the firmeft fupport." The report of this Addrefs was received in the Aflembly with tha loudeft plaudits ; and the Hall refounded with Vive ia Reitie, as it had done with Vi-ve le Roi on the King's entrance. * An Addrefs of Thanks to the King was moved j and agreed to by acclamation. M. Goupil de P>efcln then moved, that all the _____ __ Members fhould irrftamly take the civic oath,which Tfie Reward, Atkinfon>  from Maryland to j was alfo carried by acclamation; and an amend Rotterdam, is wrecked near the Textl. The Favourite Lafs, Reed, from Baltimore to fiarbadoes, is totally loft. The John, Stablesj of Lancafier, is faid to be loft near Philadelphia.      \ The Lords of the Trcafury have appointed Mr. Bell to be Infpe&or of the Courts and Corporations in London, &c. in the raom of Samuel Raycroft, Efq; deceafed. A Nbrthsmptonlhire correfpondent fays, that the double-ftalked July-flower, fnow-drops, cro-cufes, and all the elder fifters of the fpring, are in blow, and that the rofe-leayes are as vivid as at any time in fummer. A few days finee Mifs Tv'illes, a young lady of fifteen, ami daughter to the Rev. ?,Ir. Willes, youngeft fon cf the late Lord Chief Jultice, unfortunately fet her muflin handkercaief on fire; but a lervaint maid being within hearing, the young lady had the prefencc of mind to order the maid to roll her up in the carpet, by which means ihe efcaped, but not without being much hurt in her haftds and neck'. This accident iiappened at Aftrope, in Oxfordshire. Extract of a Letter from Derly, February 3. " At Burton fair yellerday morning a young woman of the parifh of Swadlincote, whole huf-band fome time iince abfeonded, and who, on that account^ has been fince chargeable on the oariih, was publicly fold in the market-place, by the Swadlincote pariib officer, to a man of the paiidi of Greailey, for the fum of two /hillings, deducting the price of the halter, in which the woman was delivered in the ufual way-which has been lately praftifed. After entering the ti anfacticn in the tfill-book, the parties returned home feem-ingly well fatisfied.-What are the Magiflrates tbout, that they fuller fuch practices V ment was added, that no Member then abfent fhould be allowed to vote /before taking the fame oath. The Prefident having firft taken the oath, the Members were called over by name, and each in his turn fwore " To be faithful to the Nation, the Law, and the King; and to maintain, to the utmoft of his power, the con!litution decreed by the National AiTcmhly, and accepted by the Kin?.'' The tiijbop of Ptrpignan wifhed to take the oath with a certain qualification ; but was told that he muft either take it unconditionally, orwith draw, aftd he preferred the former. The Abbi de Montefquion, who has been always fo flrer.uous an advocate for the rights of the Church, that he has frequently been called the Agent of the Clergy, behaved with more dignity. Having taken the oath, " I promife moreover," added he, " to fet the example of union, if there ever have been th'e feeds of di-vifion in this Aflembly." The Deputies on commercial affairs, and various Deputies Extraordinary from different parts of the kingdom, requested permiifion to take the lame oath, which was granted. The Keeper of the Seals, M. Bailly, and the Marquis c!e la Fayette alfo took the oath. The King, in going to the Aflembly, svas preceded by his Equerries, two Officers of the National Guard' and fame Pages. He was drefled in a plain -fiat of black. The intention of this vifit, and of the fpeech delivered-by his Majeily, feems to have been to canvince tlw people of France, and alfo foreign nations, that the bell poflible underflanding fulfills between the King and the National Aflcm- bly. % �      . In the evening P^ris was illuminated. eowkeerer ; to fcnenucr Feb ten, a" G.jiijhall, London, itrter, Min riis. Johr. Cock, of Portfmouth, H intf," ^r^cer ; to furrer-ikr Fo. 17)13, ani March 13, at twelve-, at Guiidhil!, London.   Attorney, Mr. White, Cha-uery-Une. Thorns:: Buricit, o* Chetha.u-hill, in the pari(b of Manchester, Lancashire, cotton manufacturer; f> furrenc>�r Feb. 16, 14, and March 23, at ten, at Guildhall, London. At-to-rt'ey, Mr. Ellis, L'oney-ccurt, Gray's inn, London. . Chtiftophfr Warr.e, of Shfrstirne, Dorfeifliire. iron'nonger ; to �une ider March i,z, and 23, at-f ur, ar the Rummer Tavern, in Al)-Saints-Une, in the city of Brilljl. Attorney, Mr. Arrhur I'almcr. Jun. Briftol,. or Mr. Jt.hi Tar ran'., at the ["'xohtqusr-ofBce, Li; con's inn, London. john'Pa'iI, of svaJ-yaid, in (he Strand, Midokfe*, paincei a-id g!?.z.er ; to furrencer Feb. 13, 18, and M^rcii 23, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Ii. urn, Nortriumbeiljnd-ftreet, Strand. J ):'e.:h Freeman ana Thomas Grace, of Devnr.fllir? fqunre, Bifliopl'gate-ltrrer, in the city of London, v.aiehoufs.nen an! copartners \ to funendsr Feb. i�� at fi1-', i">j aad March z >, at  ten, at  Guildhall.    Atomies,  MdT.  Townlty  Ward, - Den .etts actt Ureaves, I^s.;!ctt�>1ie�c, Covent-garden. Gtor^ M^lis,' of^tvenoaki, Kenr, money - fen ver.rr ; -e> furrender Feb.- ft, **, and March 13, at ten, at Guildhall, L*p..i(ia� ^ttoKli*s� We(T. T. andJ.Yeates, Crtat New-[i.'rt-^rcef.t S.mud .B.ff) of: Houndfdi'tch, in the city of Lc;:djn, fakfman to furrender Feb. 16, *4� and March 23, at ten, at Guildhall, London, jfttt^rnies, Mtfl'. Parnd.tr and Druce, in Old London-Street, Fenchurch-ftrect. Dividends to be made. Samuel Jofepfa, oi Great George-flreet, in the Minories, Lo-ndon, merchant} March 13, at ten, ac Guildhall. William Hedner, of GoI|iort, Hants, grocer; Feb. 27, at three, at the Beir Inn, in Gul'port.   Final Dividend. Robert Porttr, of Fareham, Southimpton, ilarch-tnaker j Feb. 27, at threi- at the Bear Inn, in Gofpurt. Dividend adjourned. Thomas Afuap, of Manchejter, LanCiffiire, reel-maker ; Match 23, it nv�, at the Coach ad Horfes Inn, in Man che. er. Certificates to he granted. Robert Woodman, of F.'reham, Southampton, biick-rr.aker ; on or b.f re Feb. 30. Wil iam Pow Formaiv, of Wapping, MUdlefcx, mer-chan^ iitr-oJ" St. Auj.uline, in Halt ilo.-ida, North America, (farvivinji copartner of Robert Brown, of Shelburn, Nov.* Scotia, rr.cr.hant, d;ceafed j) on or before Feb. 30. Charles Bolti-n, late of the city of Leghorn, but now of Lirerp' ol, Lancaih re, merchant, and copartner in trade with Philip Moore, now or late of the port of Leghorn ; on or before Feb.3", > Clubs, Societies, and the Public in gene-fal, will fave 8s. on every Ticket drawn a Prke of 20I. in the preknt Englifli Loti.ery,  which ( begins Drawing the 22d. of this month, and in Proportion for all other Prizes, by purchasing their Tickets and Shares at Mr. Nicholson's State Lottery Office, Bank-ftreet, CornUl!, London, oppofite the Front Gate of-the Bank of England ; he having engaged to pay on demand, without the fnulleil Deduction, every "Prize in full as foon as drawn, viz. 20I. for every zol: Prize, 25,000!. for the 25,000!. Prize, and the fiff;;ae for all othe*- Prizes in the Lottery.   Not-withfianding this great advantage, *he charges no more than every other Office of eftablifhed credit.  It is here neceflary to inform the Public, that as there are many perfons ifTuing fpurious Modes of Adventuring, there are no legal Shares whatever but fiich as are ftamped at hi- Majefly's Stamp-Office with a dry Stamp, and have cheL- words thereon, " State Lottery, Stamp-Office."   Ten Pounds will be paid as foon as drawn for the Half of a 20I. True, 5I. for a Quarter, 2I. 10s. for an Eighth; and il. 5s. for a Sixteeenth, andat the fame rate for the 25,000!. and all other Prizes. HOUSE   of   COMMONS. Tuesday, February 9. Several accounts were laid on the tabls from tire Tax and other Offices. Several pri'.-rte bills were prcferited-, 'and petitions ordered to lie on the tabic. Mr.-FUsd requeued to know if there was an/ queflicn befor; the Houft ; if there was, he did-not .t-ea'n 1.0 call rhr'r rittentior. at prcfent to an object of wetg'irv concern. (Being b.:rs infermtd there i>jas ne*). r.:: bru:fly fluted, tiiat the inadequacy of Rcpr'f:'::a!';-;n was a matt r which required n fudden ;md fericus confideratron: the fatal effects t>t v/:ich, he was lorry to find fo recently and aihrniihingiy occurred in France, a� made Britons i'-c, v.ir.n furthei- excitements, the neceflity of prev;nt"ng the rnpid ftrides unequal reprefentation hal made here. Something (hould be clone to that purpofe ; and he gave notice, that on Wedrscfd-?.)' fe'nnight he would move, thr.t the Ho'ufe do take the fame into con-f-dcrr.tion. Mr. Burke remarked, that. the Riglit lion. Gentleman did right in giving fuch'tiraely notice; he agreed with him as to die inadequacy of the revirefen'tatxon, but remarked that no later than lafl feflions the Houfe, by its own vote, had di* dared Us adeqn6 r.grant-in^ tr> his Majefly cer>-tain films for the fupport ot "Taif* *Gr*~*r including 172S invalids, for the year 1790. The Repott being read� Sir Grey Cooper laid, he did not mean to giv* his negative; to thefe grants, he only wimea to call the attention of the Houfe to a matter of much greater importance---he adverted to the enormous fum of 39,800b whichj by the return of the proper officer, was laid as in the hands of the Paymaibr-General. He could not pretend to afiirm how very hari that circumftance was to the nation, or how great a breach it was of the Jaw of the land, but h� ~ would fay, that fome wherethere was irregularity; and to bellow upon it the kindefl epithet, it became the duty of the Houfe to enqVire whera that error lay.   if it were a mere miflake,  no man i'oonw, than he, would make allowance* for it; he had been long in office himfslf; ths knew that inadvertency or hurry might create, involuntary errors.   But this was too evident, too apparent a matter to be grofly fo faulty, in, as to make fuch a return to this Houfe.    He mud, therefore,  until he he heard it refuted upon folid grounds, believe that it had been ill applied, or not applied to any purpofe, any effectual purpofe at all.   He referred to the 2d, 4th, and 7th claufii of chapter 50th, of an A�t of that Houfe in 1783, wiiich diredly fays, that -every furplus in the hands of the paymafler-General fhould be de~ pofited in the Bank of England, to be there lodged in the Exchequer for the difpofal of that Houfe. The Houfe then had every right to difcover where this money lay,  and then appropriate* it to it* proper ufes.    He then defiredtobe informed whether this money really was, as ftated in the accour !s, in the hands of the Paymafter-General, or was it an error in making the return ? Mr. Steele faid, that he agreed with the Right. Hon. Baronet, if this fum lay in the hands of the Paymafter-General, whilft an aft of Parliament to the contrary flared him in the face, the charge was of the higfieft magnitude, and he woiiR be the firft to condemn foch a proceeding ; Jr-ut the faft was, that this fum did not lie in tne hands of the Paymafter-GeneraU but lay in the Bank of England, there by him depofitcd, and conflantly fubjeft to every claim that proper authority had on. it, and, in, reality, from the feve*   

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