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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 11, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O   N   DO   N. ) Prise Three-Pence Halfpenny only. From  THURSDAY,   February to  SATURDAY,  February  13,   1790. 8787 FRIDAY,   Feb. 12. YeflerJay arrived the Mail from Holland. Vienna, Jan; 23. ^>Q^3r-'-rv^.X^>.-.. HE day before yefterday ''� �    ' J ;N ;      the  Emperor  was  to-['^Lv/!.1 a T ) a* a,Nr. lerably well, but yefter-.rtfo j.--^,.-../      N'' y day our Sovereign found hr'niklV-ci'-Ts-i's- f� great difficulty in fpeafe-ing, as it was with the greateft trouble he made himfelf underftood ;   in , ,.    fhort, the fituation of his" --iliv/' Majefty  is,  if poffible, jnore critical than ever. The [day before yefterday the French Ambaf-fador received a courier frcm his Court, and im mediately held a long conference with the Mi-niirer of Foreign Affairs, after which he  dif-patched a courier to France again. Berlin, Jan. 30. The reigning Duke of Brunfwick, and his brother Duke Frederick, are expected here daily, and when Prince Henry arrives, which will be on Monday, a grand Council of War will be held. From the Lower Rkihe, Feb. 3. We are allured that fome troops from Mentz and Treves have united, and will be joined by fome forces from He:Te Darmftadt, which troops are deitined to cover a tranfport of ammunition fram Frankfort to Luxem burgh. We learn from Prtiifia that General Van Ufe-dom has, by an order from Berlin, recalled all absentees from me army. Hague, fan.^i. We learn from Hamburgh, of the ift of this month, that the weather is as mild 1 h."rc (is in th e midft of fummer. Th^ plants ifhoot forth w*?tli amazing firength. In the garden of Capt. Buck, t.ie celebrated botanill, the 'euphorbia, which is a fummer plant, is out of the ground ; the rofc-trees are in bud, and the crocufes in bloom ; tney have ftrawberries in blcffonv. and fome few have been gathered quite iipc in the open ground, . . Feb. .}.. Yefterday a man, of the name cf Johan Iviichiel Moet, died here, aged 101 fears and 11 jfjonths ; he was a p'enfioned ferjeant, and had been in his country's fervice fmce the year 1728 ; Jie leaves a widow of the age of S9, to whom he had been married 73 years. Franckfort, Jar.. 29. Prince Henry of Prufiia is preparing his camp equipage, and all the regiments in biieiia have received orders to be ready to march in 15 days. Two days ago Gen Dakon paiTed through this town on his way to Luxembourg, where, it is faid, he and Count Traiumanf-idorff, and Colonel de Brow, of the Engineer?, firtjto be tried by a Special Commiffion, appointed by the Emperor, for flittering the revolt in the Low Countries. . General Lilian, who vvai appointed to fuper-fede General Da!ton, was taken prifuner by the Patriots, znd-parclc'd ; he phfCed by yellerdav on his Veturn to Vienna. S  H  I  P-N  EW  S. Deal, Feb'. 16. 'Came down, and failed with the outward-bound as before, the Woodley, Au-fchoni, for St. Kitt's; Elizabeth, Fordyer, for N^w-York ; and St; George;, Hill, for Lifbon. Wind N. N. E. . Gra-vcfcnd, Feb. jc. Faffed by the Nancy, Brown, from Lifbon, and St. Jofeph, Defchamps, from Guernfey. L   O   N   D   O   N. HOUSE    of    LORDS. Thursday, Feb. 11. The Corn Indemnity Bill wns rcdel time, and committed for to-morrow. Two Naturalization bills were read. Heard Mr. Erf cine in the Cheiler Cr.i King againit Antory. Adjourned. the Malt HOUSE   of    COMMON Thursday, Feb. 11. Received the" Reports of the Land and Tax bills. j Read a fecond time the Mutiny bill. I Adjourned the order for a Committee on the | Slave Trade till Thurfday next. j Adjourmd. , "vVhen characters diiliriguilhed by their fuperior talents and understanding, not lefs than by the eminent figure they make in publick life, have an accidental difference, which the fenfibility of cither ' of them by a fudden ebullition of feeling betrays into notoriety by a momentary burft of irritable expreffion in a popular Affembly, every man who admires genius and has liberality enough to acknowledge and revere extraordinary abilities, will difdain to fuffer any party motive to influence either his mind or his "actions on the occafton. 'Under the impreffion of this fentiment it is, that we feel happy to be able to ftate from the belt information that diligent enquiry could tput us in pofTeflion of, 2nd which We have every reafon to credit, that the difference between Mr. Burke and Mr. Sheridan, nianifelled in their sefpeclive fpeeches in Tuefday's debate,, in the Hoiife of Commons, arofe merely from the warmth of the public argument of the moment; that it Had no reference whatever to any opposition of opinion without doors on any other fubject, and that, however the two Gentlemen may differ in their fenfe of the French convulsions (to adopt a neutral phrafe) about which, it is fcaVcely poffible, that even the beit informed men ihould think exactly alike, -here is great probability of a fpeedv and perfect conciliation j well allured we are, that Mr. Bu-ke and Mr. Sheridan have met, and already palled the form and c.remony of renovated friendiiiip, and we hope foon to be enabled to-afiure the publick that the effentiah of reconciliation are atchieved. A meeting of the Welt-India merchants-, mortgagees, &c. was held yefterday at the London Tavern, which was thinly attended. The bu-finefs commenced at one o'clock, and after appointing a Committee; and paifmg a refolution to raife a fund to defray expences, they adjourned j before t.vo o'clock. . j Pallavicini, the Doge of Genoa, was crowned j on the nth of December, with the ufual for- ' maltties. So converfant are the French nation with our belt Lnglilh authors, that one of the National Affembiy frit read in Englifh, and then tranflated into French'. Yefterday a Court of Common-Council was held at Guildhall, at which the L'ord-Tvlayor, 16 Aldermen, Recorder, and a great number of Commoners, were prefent. The Lord-Mayor informed the Court, that the reafon of calling them together was at the requi- j lition of many Members, to conftder of the pro-grefs of the Excife Laws, Sec. The doc ;uets of feveral Teafes were then read, as were alio a number of petitions for renewal cf leafes. The requifition was then read, on which Mr. Powell apologized to the Court for being led into a recapitulation of the many arguments that had been urged againft the extenfion of the Excife Laws, and why an application fhould be made to Parliament for a repeal of the Tobacco Excife Ait; but as many gentlemen, � for the firft time, had taken their feats in the Court, he hoped to beitidulged for a few minutes ; he then entered very largely on the fubject, and concluded by moving that the Court do agree to petition for a repeal of the faid aft. Mr. Pari'.h feconded the motion, and a'rgfled much on the unconlututional privation of a ^rial by jury. Sir James Savf.'erfon confidered ,the motion for petitioning to. be premature, until the Court had come to fome ground or refolution for fuch application; he therefore moved, " That it is the duty of this Court to refill, by all lawful meanl, evcrv extenlTch of the Excife Laws, fo j long as thev continue to invade the juft privilege of our glorious. confiitution, that of the Trial by Jury ; therefore do agree to petition." &c. Mr. Pearkes fuggeiled the word right inftead of privilege, which being aiTented fo by the AUe'r-\ m:.ii, the motion was unanimoufly agreed to. \ The motion for petitioning was then put; fome \ gentlemen were for a general petition again!: the \ whole of the Excife Laws ; but after fome con-j veriation the queftion was carried in the aff.rma-| tive, and a Committee appointed to draw up 1 the petition, which, was accordingly prepared, j and being read was agreed to, and ordered to be J prefentedby the Sheriffs. The Infh Society Was then filled up, and notice was given by feveral Members of motions they intended to make at the next Court. DAVID GARRICK. Some years fmce, this amiable character Was at Akhorpe, while the Ducheii of Devonfhire was a child ; and, in a letter from that feat, after fpeaking of her fportive innocence and good nature, the epifde concludes with this Compliment to the infant Lady Georgiaria. The gnod Farl and his matchlefs fi!r Still court me to this beauteous fcenc From fuch delights, how can I tear, Spellbound by Spencer's Fairy Qu^en ! The vacancy in the Royal Academy, occa-fioned by the death of Myers, the  excellent miniature painter, was fupplied on Wednefday evening.   The ftruggle lay between Bonomi, the architeO, and Fufeli, the painter; the number for Fufeli was twenty-one, and for Bonomi, nine, fo that Mr. Fufeli is now a Royal Academician. The fea has recently made confiderable innovations on the Earl of Bute's eftate near Chriil-church; two fields of fome acres each have been entirely wafhed away, and further lofl'es may be feriopfly apprehended, unlefs fome iteps are reported to', to prevent the further encroachments of the ocean on that fpot of land.     ...... Thurfday fe'nnight a point of honour was terminated at Dublin by a melancholy iffue, between a Mr. Harding and a Mr. Beamifh, both Students cf die College of Phyfieians at Edinburgh ; Mr. Beamjfli was unfortunately fhot through the body', and died on Friday morning about ten,o'clock. The unfortunate Mr. Beamith received his mortal wound from the firft fire of his antagonist, and fell, without difcharging his piftol. Mr. Harding and his fecond hurried immediately off the ground, and are fuppofed to have failed for England. Monday night, about ten o'clock, as Signors Coj'ta and Keri were going up Great �Suffolk-ftreet, they were furrounded by a gang of thieves* upwards of twenty in number, who faid, if they made the Ieait noile, it would be inilant death to them.-They then took from Signor Co (la his h-at, gold-headed cane, two guineas in money, To the Gentlemen,-Clergy, and Freeholders of the Coumr of CORNWALL. �nil nien, I Stjte of-ch his sold .vatch and chain, an The depredations committed on Monday night Yefterday nbout one o'clock their Majeilies and j at the mafquerade, within the Theatrej as well as incefles came from the Queen's Houfe I out of doors, difgraced even the idea of magif- tracv; or any pretenfions to civil police. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales obferved a malk, with the external appearance of a gentleman, fnat^ch a diamond pini which proved to be of fixty guineas value, from a gentleman's breail. His Highnefs immediately gave the alarm, and one of Sir Sampfqn Wright's men was called in ; but in the mean time the robber had made his ef-cape. At theJoorof the Theatre, a gang of at leaf! fifty thieves attended, and publicly affailed the paliengers with the mod: horrid violence ; one party furrounded and clafped their prey in their arms, whilll the reft ftripped them of their money, and even of their buckles ; and not content with this, they ripped their clothes, and left them al-moft naked in the ftreets. the three Pnncenes came rrom tne v^ut to St. James's Palace. The Drawing-room began at the ufual hpur, two o'clock, bat was rather thin of viators. The only part of the royal family prefer;c were, the Kiag, Queen, Princefs Royal, and PrincelTes Au-gafta and Elizabeth. His Majefty's attendants were the fame as at the Levee on the preceding day. The Countefs Dowager cf Effingham was Lady of the Bedchamber in Waiting on the Queen, and Lady Elizabeth Waldegrave v/ith the PrincelTes, The prefentations the fame as at the King's Levee on Wednefday. The Drawing-room clofed at half raft four O'clock, and fhortly after the Kcyal Family returned to dinner at Buckingham-houfe an elegant pair of Ihoc-buckies ; ?nd frcm the other, a tortoile-fbeli fnufT-box, mounted in gold.-Not content with their booty, they beat Signor Colla fo much about the ribs, that he lies uangerouily ill. Wednefday evening Mr. Swyden, of Bedford-fh're, was ftorped r.car Finchley by three footpads, who robb:d him of upwards of 'thre� guineas and a half. The laft weekly bill of mortality mentions the death of a perfon aged 105 years. MARRIED.] "On Saturday laft, J. Hill, Efq; of Finchley, to Mifs Nocols, of the Hyde, Hen Jon. '- Yefterday, Mr. John Muzzel, cf Hormam, in Suffex, to Mifs Tilly, of the fame place.- V'eiterday, Mr. R. Woodward, of Al-derfgate-ftrcet, to Mrs. S. Hutchinfon, of Mile-end.- Lately, at St. Ann's, Soho, John Elwes, Efq; of Stoke, in Suffolk,, to Mrs. Haynes, relic! of the late Captain Haynes-, of the Royal navy.--Laft week, at Bath, Dr. Stark Robertfonj Phyfician, of that city, to Mifs Reid, daughter of Major-General John Reid. DIFD.J On Friday, at his hoiife at the Hot-Wells, Briilol, Andrew Pringle, Efq; formerly a Merchant in London.--Thurfday laft, in the 80th yeir of his age, Mr. John Hall, of Alder-manbury Pattern.-On Wednefday evening, about feven o'clock, Mr. Timothy Infton, officiating hall-keeper at Guildhall. He was feized with a fit of the paralytic or apoplectic kind, which proved fatal in about four or five hours.     ^ WANTED, *" In Cheapfide, Ludgate-Hill, or the lower Part of Fleet-Street, AHOUSE with a commodious SHOP fit for a RETAIL TRAD.?. Any perfon Having fuch t > difpofe of is defircd to dlrecl a line, with particulars and th:T  lddn.-'fs, to A. B. at Mr. Srnith'!i, Hatter, No. io^,   Fleet-'.1.reet-, and th�y wili be call d upon by the Ajvvrt fer. [380 EAST INDdA COMPANY. "~ ANTED (by a young Man of good Character) in the Honourable Eaft-Indi* Company's Strv:ce, as Steward to a Captain, or a Midft))ptn.'in''s place, ori bjard jny of the Company's {hips of this prefent Ses-fon, for which a Premium will be given. Any Perfon having eidie-r of the above Places to difpofe oi, tootifa'h the Miillhipmaa's place wo'ild bepreferred, nia^ ad.-:u-ls a lin-j poll-paid, co the rnblllhcr, cf this Papetj w lieh will be duly attended to. N.B. Secrecy may be depended upon if required.     fz85 LANCASHIRE. To be SOLD W Private Centraft,"- ALL that the MANOR or LORDSHIP of THOR.J#rON, near Pou.ton, in the cou -uy of. La i-c? lUr, tc.iecher with the Chief.Rents, .Waik-Gr.ounds, F rries, Filheries, and Wharfs, in over and upon the River Wire; VVarf., YVrscks, Deodands, and al ether Manorial Ri^iits of Court Leet and Baron to the fame belonging. For parcicuia-s inquire cf Mr. V/iifm, Attorney at Law, at Poylton, Lancashire ; and cf M^ffrs. H. ?nd H� Rofifcr, in Kirby-ftreet, Hatton-ga.-den, Lou Jon. [ HI   ' SOMERSETSHIRE. ' To   be  SOLD by Private Contract., AVALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, Gtuate in' the Couj.-ty of Somerfet, crrnprifing two txtenfive Manors, and upwards of 176a Acres of La.nd,' with (uitable Buildings. The lands ire n:w lrttout upon 1-afes for lives at fmall re-ferved rents, but are of the improved annua! value of 13c*!. and upw r>J3. Many ot the l.ves are wry far advanced, and a conliderabl* part of the E/fares are heM on fing'e lives. Alfo, The PhRPETli'AL ADYOWSON of a Reftory of the Annual Value of 190I. anj i'pwatdf. For particulars inquire �J Mi. FcrHer, No. 6, Lincoln's. Inn, Nsw./qnare. [137 t is with the mGft Angular Pleafure I inform yon, that, after a. inir-.tv.e. arjJ 4CC^r.ite Fxaminatijn t-.i. tlie Voters.cf the Coun:y,-ln.ee 0.�e County Meeting, a decided" Majority,, appears in F,iv ur of niy reprefent'ng you in Parliament at th; next General Elefton, and lesvss no Doubt of my Succefs. Permit me ta hope, Gentlemen, that I (hall be ftill honoured.with your Sppport, and that you w II continue thofe Exertions which have hitherto been fo ftrenucurs, and. for which I return you my .*srmpil Thanksj and I trull thacs on the Day^ot" Election, you wi'.l appear in jSuppot of thofe Principles, and continue th-it Atta;biTienr. tome, which you have already ihewn..; in. Ret.irn for whic& jt will ever be my Endeavour, by an Inrfependenf CoriduS m Parliament, to ferve you to the u'.moft, aud fliew inyfclf not unwortjiy of tie Tru.ft repofed in me. I have! the honour to be, Gentlemen, .     .    � Your mod obliged and faithful humble Servant, ^'49-|--   -       ... - f. St. At"?VtL.-. .., To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of SOUTHAMP i ON. Gen'L^iien,    .... r T AVTNG been this  Day  approved of as propfr Pe Ions to reprcfent this County in Parliament, at t;e next General Elcftion, at'as numerous a County Me tin'gas was cv-.r ailembied on a ftmil .r Qccifun, arjd bf a .Majority fo decided, as to leave no doubt in the Mind of any as to the Senfc. cf the County in our Favour, we, take the Liberty, jo n'jy; to ioikit the Honour oi your Vi.tes and Inter�l:f. ,  . We aic per'uadei that the uncommon Succefs we have each met with in our Canvas, as weil as the general V.iice ervrelTctl this Day in our Favour, proceeds from y^ur Zeal f. r the 4^depe!)Ucnce ofthe County. The EnC:jur?je;:ient which *e have already received, leaves us i'ttle Riu'ni to daubt of our (ia\\ Succels : bet we truft, that even fo flattering a Profpeft will not induce our FrierJs to relax from the.ir Exertions in our Favour, >f out Opponents Ihould, nots�.ith,ianji:'ig what has paTed this Du.y, per." .. fev-.-re in their Inre.ition to go to a Poll. Psrrai*: ur to a'Tor* yen. that '�( we ihould have the gAod Fortune tobefhe Oojccts i.f your Choice, we thai! end-svour :o difchjrje oar Duty, as P-.-prele-.tatives ot' this y:e itt\lion, and by endeavouring vo pro:r.otc' tne gctjcral Ti(.-:'p it*y of '\:c C lur.try. \Vehr,\e tl.' !: r.our to be, with the w-r.io.eH Griiitude, and th-: ilnc^rett Kcfi eci, Csntk'-neii,  '.our mo;1 devoted ani frit! ft:! S'rvsnts, WILLIAM fIFATHCOTE,-V.'iLLlAM CiiUTE. V/in-cVefter, Tan. T4, ("187 ""  P A"tTn t   f1sh-hoo k S. Y the King's Rovat Letters Patent, for making, iomp'.-:a:ing, and finifhing Fiih-hui.lts of all kinds, ofa^iperior drengti;, cofmr aid pcliih, co any other riih hoofcl^iaitcd to John Andrews, and by hi n legally ;f. figned'to Henry Millward, ofR.:dJitch, in V/o ccllc fliive, Needle and Fiih-hook maker. S -id Henry Millward lu-gs leave to inform the Public, that Patent Fifli hooks of ell Kinds and Sizes are made and prepared by him, anj are now . ready for Sale ; and in order to prevent Counterfeits, each Paper containing-^ e hundred hath a piinttd Label upon it, market P.itent Fiih-hooks, figned HENRY MILWARD. Rddtt.h, fan. 22, 17CO. N- D. Fine artificial Flies for every Month in the Ye.tr, drelfcd on Patent Hih-hooks. f 373 HERliAS x WILLIAM   HAY WARD, Efq; of TOTTENHAM, in the cunry of Middle-fex, died jb.iut t're year 175s, inttft^te, leaving ELIZABETH SCHAFFER, Widow of Albert Staffer, Efq; of the fame place, and CATHERINE CULVER, Widow of Abraham Culver, Efqj'of RUMFORl), in the County of Effer, his Sitters, and Coheirs at Law ; the .fa:d Elia.ibetk Scha/ferdied toon after the faid William Knyward, and trie laid Catherine Culver, who afterwards married Dr. JAMES HIBB1NS, died in the Year 1758; at the Time of ti.cir Deaths they were feverally feized of cx>nQJerab;e eftates in the City of Lsndon, in the Counties of Middlesex, Surrey, and Kent, and other Places; fome of which Eftates their Heir at Law has not yet been able to difcovers 3f any Peifons win give fuch Information that all or any of the faid Eftates mty be recovered, they (hall, on the Recovery thereof by th* Heir at Law, receive a Reward of 5I. per Cent, on th* V.luc. Apply at No. 4, Palfgrave-phcc, near Temp's-bir. f;?5 To BUnS'E^T'and^wl^Rl'IM ExV Hi RTFORDSHIRE. TS Majeffi's Juftices of the Peace for this County having Refolved cn Bu iJiig a H ;uie i f Co--iec.Yi.-n n-ar to the Goal at Hertford, and agreed on a Plan ror that Purpofe, Notice is hereby givew, That ar an Adjourn-1. e-:t of the Quarter Seflion cf ;h* P*-a:-e, on TueUiv ths 2�d U.'v of February inftan-, at Elt-t n o'Ciock in ti.e r.v.n-noon, at the S-iirc-Houfc Hertford, 'he Justices prefer:t will up, for w H1 be reaJy to recei-.e pTpof.\ls ar.d Efti.. axes, fealej the whole or a :y Part of fu^h Work, from any- Pen m or Ptrfon-s wil.ing 11 unJertake the fame. Every Peri�n delivering a Propof'l for ti'.e Whole, is defired to efiimate the feveral Branches of the above Woiks fefarately.- Fcr further inf-Tinat'on, enquire of Mi. Rocke, the Clerk or" the Paire, atH.'rtford ; cr of Mr. Carter, Surveyor, in Moo. fields, London ;-who have Plans and Particulars of the above-;-tended Building for Infpeftbt.  [306 HERTFORDSHIRE. To be SOLD by AUG.TTON, Ry   ROBERT   H I L t, On Wednefttey the" 31ft of March, 1790, at Two n'Clock v\ tlie Afternoon, at the Sun Inn, M.ifket-Str*er, AValuable incJo/edFARM, part Freehold and part Copyhold of Inheritance, and pare Lcafebcld, moH eligibly fi.'uatd at MarkeM'tfiet, in the pw'tih of Flamftead, in the rounty of Herts, four miles from Su-on, eight from St. ^Iban'-s, fix from HemrfteaJ, 19 from London, and adjoining.tlie great Weft.9hefte.-road ; cornpr'.lirg a far.n-houie and. tw) cottages, adjoining, with three barns, liable, cowhoufe, and othir convenient out-buildings; a garden and oicli3rd, plarked tvith fruit-treec, and 129 cres of paitu/e, arable, and wood land, in ahi,;h irate of cultivation, bounded with good fences, and contain a quantity of ufeful and ir.proving timber , lltuate in a fin?, hvalthy, and fpovtiog county,'near feveral p:\cks of h u'd-, in the occupation of the Owner, and has been in the family time irrme-mor'al. The fallow may be entered on im."ie.iiat:ly. Flaon-i'.ead parifli is veiy ]oW in land and poor's t.ix. IVJ.iy be viewed-by applying on the pierniffej, where particulars rr.ay be had twenty days preceding the falc ; at ihu Su.'.ar-Loaf," Dunltable; the White-Horle, Redbourn ; th� Wool-Pack, St. Alban's ; the Place of Sab 5 the. Thr.� Cups, Alderfjtate-ftreet, London ; and of the A.t.clion�jer, at Luto-, iledrWdiirire. {.Z7Z   

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