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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 13, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Three-Pence Halfpenny only. From  SATURDAY.  Februa**  i rUESDA Y,  February   16, 1790. 8788 MONDAY, Feb. 15. At the Court of St. James's, the izth of February, 1790. PRESENT, MoSt Excellent Majefty in Council'. 'iVr-v IS Majefty in Council was this day plcafed to appoint Thomas Ground, of Whittlefea, Efq; to be Sheriff of the counties of Cambridge and Hun- mm ti-ngdon.: And John Scudantcre Le.chmere of Fownhope, Efq, to be" Sheriff of the county of Hereford, in the room of Jolui Cot-tcrcli, Gf Gamoas, Efq. And his Mrie.fty was alfo pleated to make the following amendments upon the roll, Dchyjkh\, Thomas MacklmWUfort to be. Thomas Wiifon, of Derby, Efq; Lciaji-r "hire, Edward Wig'?y Hartop   to be Edward H:irr p Wigley, of little Daiby, Eiq; ul lUrid, re from . V 7> jft 7. 25.     The p>r]'S its mention, t appearance kfl letters received hat the plague hid in the diitricl   of a (J am  27! a hUlcari. . Coj>e>>>\\:*::, J>i*. 30. Yeiterdpy was celebrated, with the uAial fclcmnities, at this Court, y>� /\iv,7;.vr:iTr>rv of his Danifh Majeity's and the P/ince Royal's birth-day. War-Office, Feb. 13, 1790. jot)] (or Prince of Wales's own) regiment of Light Dragoois, Rich ird Mooie, is ap.-o'nted to be Cornet, by Pu:cual'e, vi'ceCh rka I1. Mi'ioway, who retires. _jh (rr ihe King's) regirrjent of Foot, Enfign Thomas CSranr, from the Hair pay of the 8th regiment, to be Enfign, vice Tirnns Rainjf >rd, who exchanges. 5 i'h regimen: of Foot, R icfurd Lyfrer, Gent-, to be Enfign 'by Putchife, vice John Perrol Noel, who retires. '45. b re-.iinent of Fo.>r, William Jafper Nicolls, Gen*. t> be Eiifign, vice Charles. Churchill, who refigns. '49th rtjpneri cf Foot, Samuel Perry, Gent, to be Surgeon, by Putchafe, v;-� WiJliara Calvert', who retires. '15-d r?�.:.-.�:�t of Fjo', Erfigri Hjciiitcn Edwards to be Lieutenant, by Purcha.f=, vice Thomas Hughes, who retiras-Dit'.n, Philip Hughes, Gent, to be Ei;fign, vice Hamilton Ed ivaro1;. Cciitmijjions  in the Militia, figr.ed by the Lord Lieutenants. Radnor, James Beavan, Efq;  is appointed Captain, vice Henry Davies.   Dated Sept. 22, 1787. Thr^vUs Hiil, Lieutenant, vice Thomas Archibald.   Dated , Dec. io, 17^9- JHector ^pplebury Cookfey, Enfign, vice  Thomas HM. Dated Dec. ic, 17S9. Suirty, Ifaac Hunter, tlq; Captain of a Company, vice John Hayter, tleeeafed.   Dated Jar. 2?, 179c, Covmiffion's figned by lis Majefiy for the Army in Irt/and; d.t d Dec.        1789. Eth, re ;iment 01 from 5 th Dr.i 1 7th reg-irciU "the Biit.fii T>:tto, Iv?fi. .   Thompf.m, r Ditto, hir. lie Ditto, fiiiku .! o .r-.j ,-f ro.t, i ...it-pry .(.banji-rt r-'firri:e.! � ns, Ccrnet the Hon. John Creig1 ton, to b= Cornet, vice Rce, dret-sfed. detain Charles Stanley Monrk, fmm of the gth Fcor, to be Captain, lice r'v .:,ni-ra va-i2 t� be Lieutenant, \k T1 l6ih r-;i;o;-:t �'. t tr-.e T3ri:iii- Half Lieutci-ifit, vice Ditto, .\'r. Ma'.the C. ; oot, pay ) U E-figa. Vti.er to b"i Lieutenant, vice Oliver. Icy to be FnfiyOi Lit-urert-nt Matthi vv VV''ljek, fr^m M a'icr i late Corps, to bs fv.ij'iij'i to t?.li. n, P 0- rr.ctu /.c^h te Fnim 1 : k :: to f- l-e Hie-; ,.,"i.L 1 t n sni :e 7 :c!;irV,.: :'ifl ^tckBS fiev Ot'd r.'jU"--"t of 1- "jr, 'i'a!r'-jiay 0/ ?.?>W SrombesJ, c-cn.ir-p- Jj)ti��, td*Jrd E>tt V\ narjt, vjee Giaham, r. i/lau'ric^ Fiti^t ia:a Corps, M b- j6tii to be Lieut R2TUXN3 of rui.'ii Feb. I teis. h:tf, frcm ricccaf-d Cm Exch{i:i�i CORN and G K A 1 t* Feb. 6, 1790. Jive zge Price N. Price 1    " - f   p GeneraI in the Pruffian fervice, was there, with him. Duke Frederick has ordered new tents to be rnade for all his regiment. The public report here is/, that our Duke is to have the command df a body of troops in Poland, that there will-be a corps of obfervation in Silefia, and that the King of Pruffia will repair to the army with Prince Mollendorf, tut to what army is a my fiery. SHIP-NEW  S. Deal, Feb. 12. Remain in the Downs the Supply, Merriton, and Mary Ford, Blackburn, for Barbadocs; Mary, Bodfield, for Virginia ; Commerce, Palmer, and Thames, Denham, for Bourdcaux ; Charlotte, Campbell, for Belfaft; Pearl, Cooper, for Plymouth ; Induftry, Fir-minger, for Gibraltar ; and Conftant Trader, Harper, for Ivica.   Wind W. DeFeb. 13.   B.emain in the Downs the (hips per la.fl; Iris, Cleland,  for Africa; Queen, r Oporto ; and SufTcx,  MafTey,  for Emlworth.   Wind S. W. Perkins, PARISIAN   INTELLIGENCE. NATIONAL   ASSEMBLY. Feb. q. ON Sunday and I.'onday the. Afiembly proceeded on the new cdvifion of the kingdom, which is now neaily completed. A decre.e was paffed, declaring the members of the feconA chamber of vacations of the Parliament of Brkany incapable of exercjjing the rights of aftive citizens, till they fhall have made a proper fubmiffion to the.Legiflarive Body. A plan was ptefented for carrying' into efFedl the abolition of the, feudal fyftem, and ordered to be printed. On Monday ^he W&" brothers AgaJJi were executed. Mails from Flanders. No perfon here dares Saturday Conjlcmtimpl:, Dec {peak cf peace, a3thcug]> it is much defired. The preparations which are making for a third carupaign are amazing. Tjey have ordered 4300 draught hories, and 2000' ammuni:ion waggons. Thefe freih preparations are attributed to the fturgeftions of certain European Powers. Vienna, Jan. 20. They write from Confhnti-Rcpl.e, dated the ill of December, that Haffan Pacha had only accepted the place of Grand Vizir, under the aJiuranse and facred promife of fcis Highnefs, that the command of the fleet lliould be refrored to him when he fhould quit the poll T)f Grand Vi/.ir. This anecdote is'not improbable, as it corxefponds with the great inclination that General has for marine affairs, and tha ex-ten five .power annexed to tjje charge of #rand Jk^ttiml. LONDON. Yefterday the King, Queen, and Princeffes, with the ufual attendants, went to the private Chapel in the Caille 3t Windfor, where they heard divine fervice and a fermon by Dr. Ma-jendie. The Royal Family will go no more to Chapel at Windfor till after Eaftcr Sunday. Saturday his Majefiy took the diverfion of flag-hunting, which was on the Buckinghamshire fide of the water.   The day produced a good field. Saturday her Majeity and the three eleefr. Prin-ceiTes, after receiving vifits from the female Nobility till near one o'clock, fet cfFon an airing over St. Leonard's-hill, and a quarter pad four returned to the Lodge to dinner with the King. The King certainly goes to Hanover in July next. The Duke of York will accompany his Majefty, that Prince's prefence beino; as necef-fary in his Bifhoprick as the King's journey to his electorate. Yefterday at half paft eleven o'clock the Duke of Richmond waited on his Royal Hlghnefs the Duke of York, at York-Houfe, Whitehall,'Twith whom his Grace had a private conference for two hours and a half. Yefterday morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York muicered the Coldftreasn regiment of foot guards in the Birdcage-walk at half faff ten, when, by his Highnefs's order, a private who had deferted from the corps five times iv::s brought out of the hofpital belonging to the raiment, where 1.0 had beer, placed--, for..the cure of wounds he hnd received by being flogged three times; he had the halter round Ms neck, and a paper faftened on his back and breail, on which was inferibed " thief and de-ferter after having been led three times backwards a.id forwards before the regiment, during which the brmd played the rogue's march, he was drummed out at Queen-fquare gate. His Royal Highnefs afterwards viewed the hofpital. Even at Evlofcow the fpirit of difcontent begins tc> fliew itfelf. Want and oppl'effion have wrought ori the moft mikrable of -the human race to fpeak out, and the NoblefTe have prefented a memorial, piaying for redrefs of their many grievances. The Emprefs has fent the inquifitor Schroikowfby to enquire into their hardihips. In the lrifh Eloufe of Lords, on Monday, the Duke cf Leinfler moved, that the advifer of ki:. Majclly, in the deprivation of Lord Strangford of a peniion, granted at the rcqueft. of thai Houfe, had adted difrefpedfuUy to the Houfe, and unccnjiituiiunaUy and undutifully to his Majefiy. This p; educed a debate, and on a divifion taking place, the motion was negatived by a majority of twenty Peers. There is no time fixed, as hath been mentioned in feveral of the papers, for the commencement of the Minifter's Levies, and it is rather expected, that he will entirely lay afule this cuflom. The Queen of Portugal, on the 17th of Dec. latl (her birth-day), abohfhed the Dime which was laid on all merchandize fabricated in the kingdom. There is now in the hands of an Eaft-India Agent a fingle ftone ring for fale, valued at twelve tboufandpounds. On the 16th of laft December was launched at Li/bon, a fhip of the line of 74 guns, called he Ccear de Jefas cj de Marie, and a frigate of 32 guns-the name of the former feems to border more on impiety than on religious bigotry. On Saturday came on in the Court cf King's-Bench, before Lord Kenyon, a eaufe which had excited much curiofity, and in which the vulgar error was,done away, of female praftitiorisrs in Midwifery having no right to ufe inlbrumeots. The plaintiff was a Mrs. Afh?on, a midwife, and a Mr. Walford, of the fame profeiTion, defendant ; the action was for defamation, and the Jury gave a verdi& for the plauituF in fixty pOands damage* The Siirem and the Dee.-The junction of thofe Rivers, through Ellefmere, is proceeding. Mr. Duncojnbe forms the plan. Jtahufy-A man of the name of John Williams, who loved and courted a girl of Dewlifh, in Devonihire, having obferved her in company with another man, was feized with fuch a fit of jealoufy, that he allured her to walk into the fields with him, when he ftrangled the unfortunate girl with hi) handkerchief. After that he conveyed the body to a co.v-houfei and concealed it under fome flfaw ; but it being difcovered the following morning, he was apprehended, and confeffed the fact. Thi* is an age of accommodation ; its polUefje endeavour? to unite the gieatcil contraries. Mr. Mendoza profelTcs to teach the art of breaking a ja^-jj bene without (becking the delicacy of the ladies. The proprietors of the great Lincolnshire ox, following- his example, inform the fair Sex that the creature is perfectly tame, and that the ladies may be accommodated with great conveniency from a one pair of flairs window. On Saturday, between three and four in the afternoon, ths poll for Lecturer of St. Botolph SiShopfgate, which commenced on Thurfday, finally clofec?. The numbers were, for Mr. Abdy 242; for Mr. Harrifon, junior, 370: on which he was declared duly elected. -A few days Since as Mr. Bennet, coal-merchant, of Ckriftchurch, Surrey, was firing at fome cats, which greatly damaged his garden, one of the creatures being enraged on receiving fome Shot, flew at Mr. Bennet and fattened on his throat. The cat with difficulty was destroyed, and we are happy to hear that Mr. Bennet is not dangeroufly hurt. - An old -maiden lady in KingSland-road, who 'lives as a reclnfe, without any attendant, and rc-yerfes the order of nature, by fubftituting night for day, and vice iierfa, was lately robbed by three men-, who very calmly took poffcifion of her kitchen fire, at her breakfaft hour, eleven o'clock at night, devoured her toaft and butter, and then proceeded to rifle the houfe, unm.olefr.ed, and we'fl away calmly, defiring her to.^Kten the door after them.   They took sw^y about 50I. MARRIED.] Tucfday, at Canterbury, Edward Sankey, Efq; Adjutant of the 7th regiment of light dragoons, to   Mils   Fremoult, daughter of the late---Fremoult,   Efq; of that city.-A few days ago, at Hampton, Mid-dlefex,   Capt.  Ruthven,  late  of the Jamaica trade,  to Mifs  Brown, only daughter of - Brown, Efq; of Moulfey, Survey.-On the 12th November, at Norfolk in Virginia, Dr. James Currie, of Richmond, to Mrs. Ingles, of Prin-cefs Anre. DIED-] A few days fince, aged near 90, the Rev. Mr. Smith, poffeffed of the livings of Swindon and Codford St. Mary's, in Wiltihire, and formerly Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford.-A few davs ago, at his houfe at Lambeth, I - Rowlands, Efq; aged 75, who had for more than fifty years held a considerable depait-ment in the Exchequer. - Friday morning, at his houSe in North-Street, the Rev. Mr. Abrams, much ivlpectcd, and moft finccrely lamented by all who knew him.-Thurfday laft, at Beverley, in York Sid re, Ferdinand Stanhope, Efq; uncle to the Earl of Cheilerfield-The 8th init. Mrs. Su(anr,"3 Nichols, of Jermyn-flreet, St. James's. BANKRUPTS. Chja-Vs palmer, sf Newgate-ftreet, in the city of I.rn^pn, linen drap-i'; to lurie'niier Fab. 23, 26, rnJ March ^�J, at ten,  at Guildha!), London.   Att rney,   Mr. W.lliam IGieenwoollers, No. z\t   Great St, Helen's, Bittiopfyate ' ftrect. John Co"f.'ns, of Winshrftcr-yard, in t!�; pas!(h of St. Sa-eiour, Soul'iiA&rk, Surry, millwright; to fu>render Feb. 16, at ten, 35, and Match 27, at five; a: Guildhall, London. Attorney,   Mr.   Elilha,   Canterbury-fqnue, Souihwark. Thomas Part'onc, of Fareham, Southampton, maitfter; to furrender March 8, at three, 9, at eleven, 3nd 27, at three, at the Red tion Inn, at Farehnn. Attorney, Mr. John Pooke, at Fateham, Hants, or Mr. Henry Chalcratf, Patfgrave-place, Temp1e-bar, Lotidon. Thomas EaMaff, of Weft i'elfonnd, ntherwifc Belforat, in ihs pariflj of Stanwell, Middlcfcx, dealer and chapman ; to furrender Feb. 18, 15, and Maich 77, at tea, at Cuild-hall, London.- - Attorney, Mr. Richard Lloyd, Thavics-inn, London. Thomas Chriftopher Gardner, late of Brer.tforJ, MiJdle-fex, (but now a prifoner in Nevvga'e) ironmonger ; to fur-r:aJer Feb. 19, 2a,-and March ay, at ten, at Guildha-li, London. Attorney, Mr. Richard Baltye, Tuolt's court, CaiUe-ibeet, flolWn. Dividends to be made. John Daniel Cailier, Dsniel Caiil r, aid Charle- Frederick Cai!!;r, of the city of  Exeter. rnerch:,nts and p.-utne*.* 5 fvl.rch 4, .it te:i, at Swale'j '.Vine ( t'llai. in Fxeter. Wi|:',.i-r� Ho-t^n, of CbalfVrd, Gloac-fterfliire, ci.'t'.iier; March Qj .r. vU-.en, at the Ram Liu, in Cireactfter. Robert Bitkmter, late of Pai(l"jv* Renfrew, '� Nortb-Britan, but now of the city of Cailifle, Cumberland, rperi cfi^nt; March 8, at ten, at the Crown and Mkre, in tbe city cf Catliffe. - John Battis Stephanini, alia*-Sljev'ms, late of the city of Rriftol, fruiterer and ftopkeeperj March ^, at eleven, at th* Buflj Tavern, in Corn ftieetr Briftol.   Final Dividend. Ha: bin Elierton, 0/ Bow Churchyard, Cheapfidc, London, broker j lyiarch 1 g, at ter, at Guildhall, London.    Michael Wiegand,  of Cmnon-ftreet, London, fkinner, furrier, and broker j March       at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Final Dividend. fofepli Waldo, ot- the city 0/ Briftol, merchant; May 1\ at five, at the Bufli Tavern, in Corn-ftreet, in the city of Brifro/.    ' - David Swuifcow, of Queen-flreet, in the city of London^ brandy-merafcant j March 9, at eleven, at fiuildhall. Final Dividend. John Smith, of Theobald's-rosd, Middlesex, grocer} March 13, ?.t ten, at Guilahall, London. Michael Watfon, of Staindrop, Durham, (Lojrk?�?er� March �3, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Dividend aaj-jur?ied. Samuel Jofj-ph, of Great. Gcurge-ftreet, in the Mleories, Lonaon, merchant j March x'it at ten, at Guijdhali, London. Certificates to be granted. TVIJIiam SymondS; late 0/ Gardner-ftn�er, in the parili r>f HeiftmoAceLX, SulT;x, fhopkeeper ; un or before M jrcl. 6. Stephen Pu-kifs, cf Mile-end, Middlefex, buil.er; on ot before March 6. , jair.es Pringle, rf Newman's court, Cornhill,  I.ondr.nf fh'p-brcker ; on or be'ore M�rch 6. Thomis P-ete Wimberioy, of Grantham, Linco!r.Jhir e linen draper and rr."rcer: on or before March 6. C tr. m ijj! 0.1 fuperjeded. Jfcrnes Moreli, f P.e.ic ols flrect, London, baker, as. mum iievi^*�j*-wa#* .% rpHE ANNIVERSARY MEETING of xie i Incorporated SOCIETY for PROi'AG^TING lb* GOiP�L ii FOREIGN PARTS, nil; !e i:,-U a: V. c 'P.irifh Church of St. M.-ry-le-Bcv, in Chea r-.'-, on Tir.rV-day the 19th Inftant; on which occaliea a SFlI-'-'OX will bep eached by the Rev. Lord BISHOP of NOR.ViCa. begin at Half paft Eleven o.'C:i:cl:. A to wri BREECHES   MAKERS. Perlbn who owns an EState next the lledliort in the Petty-Carry, Cambridge, is earneflly requ.lted, . io to bis Wife, in regard to Jelling the Ellate, as the Family are in great D.ilvcfa, the -Moitja^i-. Ca nbiid^e, Jaa�a: y 3 if not, it will be fuzed on for 1790. [307 A   D   V   O   W   S   O   N. 'ANTED to PURCHASE an ADVOW* SON, or NEXT PRESENTATION to a LIVING, of about the Annual Value of a or 300I. The Advertifer would vvifh to luve immediate Refignition, and would give a preference to a fttu ;ti n i.i the Counties of StafFurdj'Chefiei, Sal p, or Derby. L-tters, addretT.d ta Thomas Hincklev, Efq; of Lich�e4d, f3�9 will bsduly atreoded to. EAST INDIA COMPANY. WANTED (by a young Man of good Character) in the Honourable Eaft-IndU Company"* pie fent Se*- Company" Service, ai Stc.varJ to a Captain, or a Midfhipnian's place, on b!�ard aany of die Coinrany's {h'-Vi of this fon, for whii'h a Premiu-in will be given. Any Perfon having eithc-r of the ab >va Places to difpoik of, though tiie Midfhipman's place would be preferred, may addrefs a iin", poll-paid, vO the Publifher, of this Paper, svii'ich will be duly attended t'i. N.B   Secrecy may be depended upon if riquired.     [285 L A >fh A S HI R E. ' To be SOLD hv Private Contract, ALL that the MANOR or LORDSHIP of THORN VGi"}, near Poui.ton, in the county of Liu-c? iter, together with t".,e Chief.Rents, Waire-Groundv F rries, Fifheries, and V/harfs, in over and upon, the kite* Wire; Waif.-, Wrecks, Deodands, and all other Man rat Rights of Court Leet and Baron to the fame belonging. For particulars inquire cf .Mr. VV'Ifm, Attorn.";' at Lvi, at Poukon, Lar.caihr^ ; and ojj MelFrs. H. and 'A. Rjiie.-, in K.it'oy-iheei, Hatton garden, Lonion. [343 O R I G I N O N A L R H T H ' A I R s W A T E R. RNORTH begs leave to acquaint the Ladies,  that fhe continues to prepare her CHEMICAL HAIR WATER, which changes Red Or Grey Hair to a very beau* tiful Brawn or Clack,"and affords it peculiar nourish-.1 err, th� beautiful appearance of which no length of time can poliibly efface. The encouragement (he receives from the es-.enfive fale of this Liquid, i. the 'or.d proof of the eftimation inwhicbi it is held. 'Ihs Propricor engages to return the nionev, if if is not found tr~--a�l'wcr this defcripti-.m in ev.-ry reipeft.. The effect of it may be wifeflVd b\ cr-Uiig at the Proptiet.)!-':, No. 4, Little To'*cr-liiee.:, whcie it. is fold in bett'es of cs. Soli likewife by Mr. Er.x.up, Perfumer, (Leer. Orders, by . xup, Fertumer, No. 13b, Oxford-letter, duly obferved. RECRUITING. ANY Non-Commiiiioned Officer, or others, r-fu'.ing in any of the Country Towiu in'Enf/anr, wli^ have feivcd in the Regulars or Militii, and ari willing to ra fe Men under an Ofilett Recruiting for tiie HjncuraSic Eaft-ltniia Company, will meet with gc*\i entogia^ersu-nt and rr.oH fa:.i}f.i&!>i-y terms, by a.-'dreiling (poit p-id) to the Aj;ency-Office, No. 23, Georg'.-iheet, Blackfrirrs-road, London. As the Rec uiting f' !\ tor their Chirvacfcr. Three Hundred Recruits immediately wanted, for the fail Service, uh , on applying ai the abov; Orfice, will nieet the greatelt Encouragement. (31 y pTt"eNT   fis h-jrfoOK s. BY the King's Royal Letters Patent, for making, conijlraiing, and finifhii g Fili-honks of all kind;--, of a fuperior itrcngth, c lour a-id po,i(h,- to any other Fiih ho ks,. g aited to jy,.i, Andrews, and by him legally af-figned to Henry Miilviard, of Redditch, in Wo cei'e.Chire, Needle and Jifh-i'ook maker. Said Henry Millward begs leave t> infor r. t'.u Public, that Patent Fifti hooks of all Kind; an I Siv.iS are made anil prepared by him, and are now r-Aij ,oc Sals j and in order to prevent Countcrfei-s, each J'aji-! corit.3ining one hundred hath a^printed Label upon it, ::iarkc: V.t'.tnt Fiih-ho:.-ks, fig-ied HENRY MILWARD. ' R-ddit>h, Jan. it, lyco. N. I>. Fi.ie vt ticia' Flies for every Month in the Year, dr,"iVd n [' item 1 i.h-hooks. L373   

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