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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 20, 1790, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY, Feb. 22. from, tht LONDON G AZETTE. Whitehall, Feb. Ao. v HE King has been pleafed 'v'    to contlitute and appoint ~-..r Henry Hamilton, Efq; 1- M3N~ '-^-^^p&J&Wt\ Bermuda,   or   Somc'r's t^S^^^^V* Iftands, In die rooih of IVi/liam Browne, Efq. Corn Exchange, London. RETURNS of CORN tad G RAIN. From Fca. 8 to Feb. 13, 1790. Qiur-terj. Frqrh %?iT URDA Y, FebruajJ 20; &^\}mJ�.S#� Y, j�BR^y|^^ J79e. #f it/- 8701 Beans -~ JMalt - Oats - t'eafe - fcye - Rape S�d \V heat - 6405 1079 5C49 7119 J'3+ 1 1S9 I 9396 1 Price,		Ave ige Price per Quarter.	 1.     s.	d-	1.	*.    d. 743*   9	3	I	3     * 2367   3	9	I	2    9 8839 12	11	I	15    0 5-&9 '5	10	0	16    z 1641   X	8	1	8   it 466 15	9	1	8    2 )!o8   9	8	X	9    * -Saturday arrived the Mails fvo/ti Flanders. War/aiv, Jan. It is faid that our Ambaf- ?a5or at Coniantinople is ordered to conclude with the Ppjte a treaty fimilar to that which they have already concluded with Sweden. Air. Bulgakow has left Jafly, and is gone to Pfterfburgh. A war is very much expetted ; and fhould one take place, Gallicia will become the theatre cf it. Some Polifh troops have been fent into Lithu ania, and eight eniigns of the national cavalry are ordered to march to the frontiers of Gallicia Was attended by the Duke "of Gloucefter, Archbifhop of Canterbury, arid a very few others. It was over* in half an hour ; and at three o'clock the Royal family returned to the Qeeen's palace. " The Earl of Leicefter has refigned his office as Captain of the Band of Gentlemen Peniioners, and has been appointed by the King Matter of the Mint, vice the Earl of Chefterfield. '   \ , Lord Vifcount Falmomh is appointed by the 1 King to be Captain of the Band of. Gentlemen Peniioners, in the room of the Earl of LeiceilerV The Duke of Leeds has appointed George Auft, EKq; Senior Glerk in hit Grace's office,' to be one of the under Secretaries of State for the foreign department, in the room of the Honourable Dudley Ryder, who has refigned. Yelterday a Cabinet Council was held at the Duke of Leeds's office, Whitehall, which commenced at one o'clock, and was attended by the Lord Chancellor, Lord President, Lord Privy Seal, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Duke of Richmond, two Secretaries of State, and Lord Hawltefbury, At four o'clock the Council broke Up, when the refult was carried to the King at Buckingham-houfe by Mr. Pitt. A proteft has been entered on the Journals of the Irifh Houfe of Peers, again!! the decifion of the motion, relative to Lord Strangford's penfion ; it is figned by the Duke of Leinfter, the Earls of Cork, Moira, Arran, Farnham, Charlemont, and Portarlington, and the Bifhop of Clonfert. The inhabitants of Canada presented a memorial to Lord Dorchefter, On the 2d of November, in which, after expreffing their regret that the confideration of their petitions to his Majefty and the two Houfes of Parliament, in the year 1784., had^frnavoidably been poftponed to the prefent feffion, they humbly entreat his Lordfhip to communicate to the King's Minifters, their unalterable and ardent wifhes for a reform in the conftitu-tion of the province; and that in their opinion, thofe petitions point out the belt means of remedying the evils complained of.-The memorial Kim* Jan. 10.   His Majefty has for thefe    '^-^^ three days been better; and after having finifhed Xral fupply of Lin and flour fent for*the re-hfe bufinefs with his Secretaries has entertained    nocrai iuppiy ui giam a >t    ^ lief of the province, when threatened with all the calamities of a famine, and is figned by a deputation from the Citizens of Montreal and Quebec. lhe Earl of Afhburriham has tafte and fpirit; win auo repair to uiejr puu.es or uciunauun in uiC  t'ay> made a prefent of by Mr. Wedgwood to xfx Emperor. .    "* the Marquis of Stafford; the lofs is irreparable;       At the late fire af Liege, Feb. j.   The Aftembly and Council of   it was prtfented to the Marquis as a token of   raj 0f t^e fpe�tators ttie city of Liege have requeflcd all the citizens   friendthip, which renders it the more valuable."     chimnies were likelv (in gratitude for the &redt protection afforded the       The new dockj excavated from the folid rock,     .        ^ , .    , nation by his Pruifian Majefty) to illuminate their   at the King's yard at Plymouth, was opened laft hfcufesoti Wednefday the 10th inft. it beirig the  ,week, and the Europa, of 50 guns> taken hi to r- =-f -    �x~r- be repaired. A third madman has niolefted the Court:-A poor wretch, who fliles himfelf tlie Spirit of Raphael, has been to Hampton-Court and Windfor to examine his works, and fmce applied at the ' Queen's houfe, to claim a perifion as a reward For his labours! Hints to Speculators in Lotteries. The Lottery has been the caufe feF more ban^ frripts'fbr the$ fife years pail; fflah will lie Veadily believed.by thofe_who are., got treV; by Ipeculatidns ia tickets "iat exorbitant prices, with which the fpecalatQrs .lave^been Forced into the wheel, fro* the (aecreafe of demand,; and confequent fall of jprrjee, on tHe approach of the drawing; and frorii^ Uieniifchiefs of infurance, which is ftifl a greyer.., exit, as it i*pread? for and wi^t impJag the $w6r ra^ka of the people ; H is to b�' hoped "th^t our virtuous . Mimfter wil|*pr6iit by ti�e example oF^Ance; ' and aboliffr altogether this infamous traffic- The fale of tickets is now .chiefly confined to thofe (bid in fhares, and therefore affecls the middle and lower ranks of life moil. It is a notorious fail, that nol bne half of the tickets are fold whole within thefe five years, that were fold before that period ; this is owing to various caufes, alhong whieh may be enumerated, the high price at which they have been ifTued; and that the true value of tickets is better underload by thofe who ufed to be purehafers.   The intelligent and enlightened part of the community do not buy many tickets ; to pay 61. or guineas, for the privilege of gambling for 10I: is to them too great a premium.   The defcriptiou of men who have been the principal fuiferers by lottery fpeculations, have been retired traders,: who have been led to it by the defire of great gain without labour, or on the recommendation of fome how ft broker.   Much has been flid by the interefted, in their barefaced puffs1* of the fuperior advantages of the fcheme of the prefent lottery, for fpeculators to go into the wheel with the tickets, on account of the prizes of 25I.--Let us fee how the matter ilands :-In the prefent lottery there are more than two blanks to a prize-there are ten thoufand of 20I. and five thoufand 6f 25I.   The holder of nine tickets would be entitled, to two prizes of 20I. ftnd one prize of 25I. if there were exattly two blanks to a prize, which make 65I. but as there are more than two blanks to a prize, we cannot ftate the produce of nine tickets at more than 63I. The cod of nine tickets at 161- is �. 144. Produce in prizes      - -'      63 .....     B J N%%V'? r> GUI) of the jau'Jh(of Chrift Church, Surrn merchant J tofurrender Etb. 23, I$vpb;J3, *nd Apr')! ,3, at ten, at QaQdrwb* LondoA. Attorney, Mr. Adamt, Mirk-l*nef( / i '.,'   :    � .   ApnL    at t^V� t^Golden-ricm, iq Mary'port. At-:torne^3^� V CockertWijJb.       ,      ' U*^�* Wrffc*4�dd Henry Y  and A'p>U. j, at fout> at toe Hen and ahickeni, in the Kigh^ftreet', Birminftbam. . Attorney, Mr., Edward Sadler, Caftle-Bromwith, Warwickihiie, cf 'MrlT. K.lnderky and Long, Syroond'i-inni London. Dividiffds to itmeu/i. John Swieyj late of Congletoo, Chefflirej cbtefefador | March 18, at eleven, at. the LUto and Swan Inn, in Congle- ton ----r________  ________  .   ....  ______ lini , ilry, reffJefting the affairs of the Low Countries, is really aftoniJhing.   Itifhould lead us to imagine that they are flxangers to this amazing revolution, iand regard tht lofs of a country, of which the jprefervation has occasioned fo much trouble and iexpence, as of very little importance ; however, things cannotremain long in this pollure.   If ne-gociations prove fruitlefs, the Emperor, we make iu> doubt, will bring thofe pno^inces back to their iduty by force; and we learn from Rome, that iapon the reprefentations made to his Holinefs by Cardinal de Hertzan, the I nperial Minifter, of ihe fcandalrius behaviour of the Ecclefiaftics, as being the chiefs in the infurrectionj the Holy Father feat a number of Briefs, the beginning of this month, to the Prelates in the Low Countries, Thomas Milner, now or late of AlfbrH,.. UnWnAire, felU monger,; March aja,. at eleven,.at the Gejrge Inn, in: Al-ford.   Final Diridend. Jeffety Tylscote, qpw.pt Ytteof 0*ford-ftreef, Middlefex* draper., MaHh 13, at ten, at Guildhall, Londoa.   . Qdorgs Lomas, .of� Dowgace hill, London, merchant; March 13, at ten, at Cuildh&ll, Lorrdda. >  Jamet Loaiax,. of Market-bne, in the part& of Sr. [amea-, Weft�Ti!ter, "Middlefea, money ftri^enerj  March 13, at eleven, at Guildhall, Londan. Ctor^e tlitherbw, lite of H�undrdfteh,.in the city oF Lbndon, but now of the King's Bench prlfbn, brandy-rrier-thsritr'Makhiy, at fi?f', at Guildhall, London. 1 Jolin BrowahHl, of Mary bane-itreet, Is. the pariih of St. J*fDfs, Weftininfrer, Middlefex, linen-draper; Match" tJ, at ten,-at Guildhall, London. y John Mears, late of Union-Itreet," in the par'TH of St; George the Martyr^ Soathwark, Surry, ^holder; April 174 at ten, a: Guildhall, London. Dividend afjburneA. Michael Wiegand, of Cannon-flreet, London, flc'nner^ fuhitT, and bh)ktr; Aptil at; at eleven, at Gu.luh(ili. London.   Fin.il Dividend. Certificates to fre granted, ( Samuel Davies, of Long-lane, tVeit-&mithfield* London^ baker; On or bef*re March ij. ; Thomas Wetherell, of Siinderland near the Sea, Durham^ braz'er and tinman ; on or btf.'r.e M.iVch ij� Alerander Purvis Cranftoun, of Cavend ffi-ftreet, Oxford* road, Middlefex, apothecuy ; on or before March 13. George Rulabury, of Bilftori, Staffjrdftire, intia�l'derJ on or before Mdteri rj. anniverfary of St. William^ whofe name his Majefty bears. S  H  I Deat, Feb. 19. P - N  E W  S. -----____Remaiij in the Do\vns the mips as before and Two Friends, Burn, for Yvica; Wind S. W. Deal, Feb. 20. S^led rhii mdrnirig the Wbpd; cot Eaft-Indiaman, with feveral or theoutwWfd bdund. Came dowa the Ceres Eaft:fc)diaman> and remains with the Marquis of Lahfdownes Tolme, for India { Hercules, Fullerton1, for Jamaica; Supply, Mcrriton, and Mary Fofd,J Kackbarn, for Barbaioes} Mary, Bodfield, fbr Virginia; and Advenlufei Keen, for the South S*a,   Wind S. S. E; Gravtfend, FeLig: PalTed by the Thomas, Fame!, from Lejpirni and New Betfey, Wood, from Cadiz. LONDON. Yefierday being the firfl Sunday in Lent, th* King, Queen, and three elderl PHneeJfes went in the ^lfual proctffion to the Chapel Royal, St. Iarrres's, where they heard divine ferVice; and a" fermon by the Bilhop of Bath and Wells.   Lord Walftngham bore the Sword of State ; the Earl of Galloway was Lord in Waiting on. his Majefly ; the Marchionefs of Bath inWaititig on the Queen j Earl of AylefburyJ officiated as Mafter of the Horfe. " The other attendants were as ufual.-� There wa� a Drawing-room after shape!, whfch Lofs      - -      81 So that the fpeculator for the drawing will, lofe by every ninex tickets he goes into the wheel with, no lefs a fum\han 81L. for no man the leaft acquainted with lotteries reckons on more than the fmall prizes: and mould the capital prizes be drawn early in the drawing, the hopes of a fale muft be entirely fruftrated. The lofs on one hundred tickets mull be above nine hundred pounds \\\ if no capital prize is got. Friday was held in the veftry-room of Bow church, Cheapfide, the annual-meeting of the Society for the Propagation of the Gofpel in Foreign Parts, at which were prefent the Lord Archbifhop of Canterbury, Prefident of the Corporation ; the Archbifhop of York; and the Bifhops of London, Winchefter, Salitbury, Peterborough, Ely, Bangor, Norwich, and St. David's. The fermon was preached by the Bifhop of Norwich, from Daniel xii. ver. 3. The Lord Mayor, with one of the Sheriffs, attended diviae fervice*, and afterwards entertained the Archbifhop and Bifhops in an elegant manner, according to annual cuftom, at the Manfion-houfe. A French merchant fhip lately foundef ed in the Channel in a heavy gale. She had 40 people on board, all of whom periihed. At the late fire, a fire engineer obferving feVe in a fituation, where fome chimnies were likely to fall on them, warned them of their danger: his admonition was not heard, or was difregarded ; in confequence of which, he went towards them, and whilil repeating the warning, the whole fta�k fell, and himfelf and feveral others were killed on the fpot. A boy had his leg broke, and many people were much hurt. Thei JteV. Thomas Roberts, M. A. of Exeter College; "Oxford, is collated hy tlie Bifhop of Bangor to \he Feftory of Llangybi with Llanar-mon annexed, in the county of Carnarvon, and diocefe of Bangor. MARRIED.] On Tuefday, at Balfham,. in Cambridge (hire, Thomas Martin, Efq; of Saffron- IRISH HOUSE op COMMONS. Monday Feb. 15. Mr. G> Ponfonby moved to reprefent to his Ma-    ----------0       , .     - . jerry that his faithful Commons, having taken into Walden, jo Mifs Eleanora Amey, of Pal.ham. confideration the growth of public expehce in the Tuefday, Mr. Richard Merrington, of Billeri- laftyear, could not but obferve many new and eh-  cay, aged about eightv, to Mifs Anrt'Wheel, of creafedfalaries annexed to offices granted totmerh- the fanie platej aged about 23. bers of this Houfe - no fewer in number than four-      DIFB.-}   On Friday, at his chambers, in L;rn teen ; thatfo rapid an encfeafeof places, together * colu's-irul, Thomas Hill, Efq; aged S6.^-\%d-, with the number of additional penfions, ^caifno't rfefday,'aged 105, the Rev. Mr. Davis, Rfeclor but alar* the Hoiife j and though they hever could df Staunton-upon-Wye, and Vicar of Ali-daints, entertain a doubt of� his Majeily's affiecidori'and   m Hereford.-Saturday rr WESTMORELAND SOCIETY. ' THE Anniverfary Meeting of this Society-will be held at the Taulvs-Head Tavern in Cartaton-ftreet, on Tuefday the ad of March next, being the 44th Annual Meeting. STEWARDS; Clo. Lowthei-, Efs^ 1 Mr S. Lowderij Richard Penn, Efq; J Mr. M. Mjfkevr, Mr. Ketherington, { Mr. William Thomptorit Tickets, 7s. 6di to be had at the Bar: Dinheron Table at Three o'clock.      [455 BASINGSTOKE CANAL NAVIGATION.' NOTICE is hereby given, that a Meeting of the Commifiioners will be held, by Adjourntnent, at the Town-Hall in Bafingftbke, on Saturday the 6th Day of March next, at Elevsn o'Clock in the Forenoon, to appoint new Commirtisnersi and tranfa&i other neceffary Buli-fiftefs. �---:'. �450 BaRngftoke, "ji WARKE, Feb. ig,  t79  ; moved, and hawiing or towing Lighters permitted. "-         ' By Order, Dated Feb. .1 g< 1790. CARLOS CONEY, 4S9)-  . Solicitor. '   PERPETUAL   AD VOW SON. WANTED t6 be PURCHASED, the PER-PETUAL ADVOYVSON, of a LIVING,.ihj Annual Value of which is from 300I. to 350I. either with an im� mediate Relignatjpn of a Profpedt of its becoming vacant foi:n. If fi uated in a good part of York/hire 
                            

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