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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - February 25, 1790, London, Middlesex                                PriceThrte-PenceHalfpntny oklt.        From   THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY   2*,   *.o   SAT U E D A Y,   EBBKUARr   27,    1790. 879 FRIDAY,   Feb. 26. Tejlerday arrived the Mail from France. .  Warsaw, Jan. 15-. fM^l^^-^. r.'-y;>-, HE negociation relative ri-yS?-; v-"-- --^O to the   Alliance   with T ) 4y>>� Praffia goes on brilkly. rivfv-{      "V Adeputatiooof 18Mem-'   ^^iki^pj-^.!! bers is charged .with it, " ' : 1 1 feven of  whom confer daily, but refolve upon ,---w^->/v nothinS -til1 they ^^^'-''v-i*'-'^'^^-', made their report to the ^C^S^^rvlV'jy- whole deputation. Two Prnffian camps are, it is faid, to be formed next fpring in Weflern Prufiia, on the coait of Samogitia and that of Cracow. The Polifh army, divided into three bodies, will form three camps, one under Kaminieck, another on the frontiers of Galiicia, and a third in Lithuania. According to the accounts from Courland. there has beer, a commotion in that Duchy. About Seo penfants waited on the Duke, and defircd him to open the corn magazines, and to dcpoie the Bailiff of~Grimhoff. The Duke granted both, and thereby reftored tranquillity. Copenhagen, fan. 26. I he merchants of Pe-trfhurgh exported goods lafl: year from that port to the amount of 18,719,604 roubles, and 29 copeicks, in 657 (hips belonging to different nations. During laft year 68 Danifh veiTels failed from 'this place to the port of Peteribdrgh, and back again. Sis*:k.l->o!m, Jan. 19- The preparations for war are carried on with great activity. Tranfports ili!! continue to depart for Finland by fea, as the roads are la bad that they cannot go by land. The value of the exporrnions from the port of Gottenbur;jh lalt year amounts'to a million and a naif of rixdo'lars, the Eailern merchandize alone * no'jnting to 416,3^3. franckfert, Feb. 9 We learn from Carniole, that a great number of peafants tliere intend to l�ave their fields unfiled, altedging that the new fyilem of the taxes is opprefiive, and that they fcan/ct fell their corn to the fame advantage as before, lt is itilr.faid that the Ruffians have entered the nd taken up their winter quarters there. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, Feb. z j. Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed fcr the River, the Virtuous Grace, Coates, from Virginia. Remains in the Downs the Africa, Niven, for Africa. \ Grave/end, Feb. 24. Sailed the Levant, Jebb, for Smyrna; Thomas and Sally, Bridger, and Jofeph and Mary, Brown, for Lifbon ; Hope, Hopkins, for Corunna ; Ann, Eurke, and Bowman, Butler, for Virginia; Minerva, Wilfon, fjr New-Providence ; Minerva, Wilfon,. for Honduras ; Queenhith, Pearfon, for Hamburgh ; Cadiz packet, Harris, fcr Cadiz; Amelia, Cald-cleugh, for Charles-Town ; and Maria, Wardel, For Gibraltar. LONDON. HOUSE of  LORDS. Thursday, Feb. 2$. J a third time and paiTed feveral private Trial of WarAen Hastings; Es vo fons. �apt. M'Dofiald, t>f th� Grange, from Honduras-', fpbkeon tfie 15th ult. the Mary, Wilkins, of London, from Madeira fqrVirginia, lat. 35. 12. long. 57. out feven weeks, all well. On the 29th tilt, fpoke the Alexander, from'New'Bruurf-wick, for London," lat. 45. 26. Long. 39. 12.      i Capt. M'Donald informs, that on the 17th of November lad, tietween twelve and one at noon, three very fevere fiiocks of an earthquake, which continued feveral feconds, were felt at Honduras? the inhabitants left their houfes in great co'n-fternation, but happily no damage enfued. Capt. Hufbu, who anrived at Liverpool on Friday lafl in 30 days from Virginia, informs, that there was never known fo open and mild a winter as the prefent, in that country. A veflei belonging to Leeds, of about 50 tons burthen, failed from thence for London about three weeks ago, which place flie left on Saturday the 13th inlt. at four o'clock in the afternoon, an.i arrived fafe at the Eridge at Leeds on the 20th at ten o'clock in the morning, being the firft veffel that ever went from that place laden with goods for London. ExtraEl cf a Letter from Oxford, Feb. 20. " Thurfday'la(t the Rev. Robert Pritchard, A. B. was elefted Fellow of Jefus College, Oxford, in the room of J. Jones, D. D. who ha? been pre-fented, by the Principal and Fellows of that College, to thevaluable reftory of Shiplton-upon-Stour, and is fince married ro the Right Hon. Lady Afhbrook. " Mr. Fiancis Min'fhall is elefted Scholar of that Society. " Lately died, at Beaumaris, Mifs Pritchard, eldeft daughter of the late John Pritchard, Efq; of Dinam, in the I lie of Anglefey." Wednefday Henry Blundell, Efq; of Ince, near Liverpool, was attacked, between Hounflow arrd Colubrook, by two highwaymen, who robbed him of his watch, and upwards of four guineas, and at the fame time they robbed his fervant of his watch. Yeilerday 18 prifoners were tried at the Old Bailey, of whom feven were convicted of felonies, ;\nd 11 were acquitted. MARRIED.] On Monday, Mr. William Naylor., of Bride-lane, Fleet-ftreet, to Mifs Stone, of Mary bone.. DIED.] Lafl week, at Iflingtori, Mrs. Beech, in the 79th year of her age. -Wednefday, at his brother's houfe at Clapton, Hackney, Mr. Thomas Felton. To the Gentlemen, GJeigy, and Freeholders olF :.    the Couary of CORNWALL'. tJentlrrrien,     . \ TTis with the mofl lingular Plea'fnre lihTormyou* { ;JL that, after.a minme and accurate Exaniinatbn or" A.t State ot-the Voters of the County, fince the County Mcciing, a decided Majorjty,, ^pgfars in Favour of my rcprc'ftntiiig you in Parliament .at the next General Elrction, and ieavei no Doubt of" my ;Succefs.  Permit me to hops, Gentlemen, that I jhalT be ftili honoOred with'your Support, and thatyoa' 1� 11 continue thofe Exertions which hive hitherto l>cen fo-ftrenuoos, and for which I retuta you mywarmeft Thanks ; and I Cruft that, on the Day uf Ekttioii, you will appear in Suppot of thjfe Hrlnciples,, and continue that. Attactrnent tome, which you have already Ihewn ; in IVet'.irn for whiciL it will ever be my Endeavour, by an lnJependenf Conduct in Parliament, fo fer'Ve you to the ucinoll, and ihew inyfelf not unworthy of the Truftrepofe'd in me. 1 have tHe licnour to be, Genticincni Your moft ob'i^edana taithf�l'hiirnble?ervaljlj 497I J. St. AtfBYN Borough cf PLYMOUTH. NEW SPANGLED SPRING POPLINS. A f.CHER, Irifh Poplin Mercer to her MA- UA.'jKSTy, refpeftfully informs thofe Ladies whofe Orders fur hia new Sp2ngkd and Sported Poplins could not be compleated in the exptfted time, that his Ware-Rooms are now a1l-.irted with them in the prefent fafliionable Colours. Hen-ietta-Arcer, Covenr-garden. [44^ WANTED  (o PURCHASE, In f.-.r Cminty of YOKK., FREEHOLD ESTATE, the annual value not lefs than 500I. nor more than 1,200!. to be fituate in a gent'el nelglibourho jd, a td no: to exceed f^ven miles in diftai'ce fiorn a 300I market town. Letters, p ifl-paUi, aidrcHsd tc Mr. FcrJinando, Attorney at Lot, in Piii!gllon-upon-Hu!!, wi I Le duly and honourably attended to. t54-2 A - �     ? O' BOARD and LODGING in the COUNTRY. It a g~nteel market town, twen'y-four miles. (Vo;n London, iNE or two LADIES,  or a GENTLE- MAN aniJii; WIFE, may b- accomm'>dateij, e'ul-.er wnn or without' fer/ants, bv a widow ^entiei.voir.an, wlie e there *r� nn children. Th: fituation is exceedingly ple.Uint and healthy, a - ft hon'iuiab'.e Events of my Life";" sr.d I fhall cn-deivour, iq the utmost of mv Abilities, tc difcharge the importan: Truft you have repofed in me with hohefty ani Fidelity. My politicil Conduit will eafily be difcovered ; but I truft, that in giving my Support to hii Msjcfty's G Jvernr'.ent, t ih^.l niver !of: Si^ht of the Conttitutiona! Rights and lr,-tereils of my Country ; and I hofe, by fuch Line of-Con-duil, to irreng.hen my Ir.tereil a i.Oiig you, and that you will not think me un.vcitby of jour'Suft'rages and hcirty Sap.-ort at the infuirg General Cfeiti n j and it is v\\ tl is G-ound oa!v that 1 (hall a^ain prci'auie to folicic the Favour * of y ;u� Votes and InC^rr'.i. 1 am, Gentlemen, With the ttueil Ser.tim n� of Regard and Eftce.-n, Ycur much oblige i. And :aiti;ful hurn'L.le fervant, Plymouth, A. GARDNER.. Feb. 1,  1790. (^4- To the Gentl'.'.TJf'.n, Cler^v, nnd Freeholders of the County of SOU TiiA.VIP i" ON. . Geniliif.en, . AVI-NG been this  Day  approved of as proper I'efousto r-preftnt this Coifnty in f'aili.imepf, at tie next General Election, at as num^raus a Ci.iinty Meeting as wai ever atiembled oa a fimii r Occaujn, and by a Majority fo decided, as to leave no doubt in. the Mind of any as to the Senle. of the County in our Favour, we uke the Liberty, joirriy, to foliCrc the Iloaour of your Votes and Interefts. We ate pcrfuaded' that the uncomnian Succefs we have each met with in our Canvas, as well as the general Voice cxprefTed this Day in our Favout, proceeds from your Z;al t\ r the Independence of the County. ThcEncouragemcnt which �ve4inve rlrcady received, leave* us little Room to doubt of our final Succefs : but we truft, that even fo fUcierinjc a ProfpeA will not induce our Friend* to relax from their Exertions in our Favour, if our Opponents finuld, notwithstanding what has i-aflcd this Day, per-f-vre in their Intention to go to a PoM. Permit us to adore you, that if we ihould have the good Foriune to be the objsfts if your Choke, wc ihM endeavour to d'fchjrge our Duty, as R'prefentatives of this great und refpeftable County, by a conilant attention to its partkalar Inrereils, as well as by fuppouing the true Princ pies of the Conftitucion, and by endea.ouring to promote the general Profpri'y of the Country. We have the Ivtnour to be, wi*.h the w^rxcll Gratitude, and the Sneered Refpeit, Gentlemen, your'moft devored and faithful Servants, WILLIAM HEATHCOTE, WILLIAM CHUTE. Wiichefter, Jan. 14, 1790. ("187 To  be peremptorily  SOLD, Purfua.it to an Order of the Hijth Court of Chancery, be- fore fohn Ord, Efq; one of the Mailers of the faid Court, at his Chambers in Lincoln's-Inn, an Msndiy the zz& Day of March next, at Five of the Clock in the Af'ernnori, 1HE FREEHOLD ESTATES of SIR GEORGE NARES, Knight, deceafed, lata one of the' Ju1ic::s of his Majesty's Court of Common-Ple.is, fituate in or near the Parilh of Everlley, in thi County of Southampton, in fix d flerent Lots. Printed Particulars thereof may be had at the faid Mailer's Ch^-nbers ; or of Mell'. Farrer and Atkinfon, in Chincery-lane j t+ of Mr. Forfter, in LincolnVlnn. t4^z OXFORDSHIRE. To  be  SOLD   by   AUCTION, By   Mr.   CHRISTIE, ' At his' Great Room, Pall-mall, cn Thurfday the 2-5.th of March, at Oneo'Clcck, ADefirable FREEHOLD ESTATE ; confiding of the M-ANOR of DORNFORD, with ROYALTIES, APPUR'lENANCES, fee. A fpacious OLD MANOR, or MANSION - HOUSE, with convenient OFFICES, roomy STABLING, GARDEN, &c. and two eligible FARMS, with their neccfi'ary Buddings, and Four Hundred and Seventy-Eight A'cres of ARA3LE, MEA -DOW, and PASTURE LAND, compact. The Farms arc in the Occupation of Mr. JOHN MORRIS, and Mrt JAMES BARNARD, Tenants : t Will, wh'ife Leales expired at Michaelmas 1*788. At alow old Rent of THREE HUNDRED and TWENTY POUNDS per Annum; (capal>ie of conliderable improvements) exclyfive of the Ma'jfion, Offices, and Six Acres of Land. 1 he Eftace is d^flrably ficu-ate, in the moft fporting Part of the Country, rn the PartIhof WOOTON, inthc vi-cinicy-of BLENHEIM, in the County of OXFORD. .The Tcnints will ihew the Premiflcs, and printed particulars may be had at the Bear, Wo>*d(i�ck j StAr, Oxford ; Antelope, High Wickham ; Gr,,w;, Reading j of Thomas Lloyd, Tfqj Httdford-iW ; Rainbow, Cornhill j and in Pall-Mallt ^447 MOOT-HALL, M ANSFIED, 16th February, 1790. AT a Meeting held here this day, in con-fequence of the appointment of the I.oni Lieutenant of the Cqu- ty of Nottingham, the following Refolut.otis wefe unanimoufiy agreed to : Firft', That there is a neceiTary connection between tha Govcrr.msnt of Church an I State, and thai cur.fequently the Eftabl.ihment or the Church of England, acknowledging the fame head as the founuLi of Eccle.'i.iflical ar.d Civil Aurhority, is the firmelt bulwark arid furport of a limited Monarchy, as cftabliflicd a: the glorious Revolution, and is caicy/at'd to preferve our Ri^hrs and Liberties ftee l'r.)ni the opprelli  crjn^-ham, and that they are requeued, if they coincide with this Meeting in op:nion, to exert their be ft endeavours to pre\ent any inf-ingement of cur happy Conftitui-io::. ' Fourthly, That the Thanks of t'nis Mietin^ be given to thofe Members of the Houie of Con-.mvis v>\::. (i--.oi lurth in Defence of our Coniiituiicn on a former occanon. Fifthly, That the Thanks of this Meeti g be given to the Lord Lieutenant of thii county, for his ready compliance with the requeft made to him to call this Meeting, and for the encouragement he has giv -n to the Friends of the prefent .Eftabliiiiment, by fo warmly exprelTing his wishes for the'rr fuccefs. Sixthly, That the Thanks of this Meeting be given ti :h� Chairman, and that Itc be lequefted to make thele Refolutions public. . N. B. The Petition to Parliament will be left fcr Signatures at the following pUcss '. ' * Nottingham-at the White L'on. Newark-10 the care of Henry Milnes, Efq; Mayo% Retlord-JohnPaiker, Efq.  . Tuxfurd-'Mi. Mr. Boi'infin, of Wefto-. Southsv il-Rev. William Becher, R.fidentiary. -   Mansii:ld-John Gladwin, Efq. Wurkfep-Mr. Curtw, Bookfeller. Bitighaar-Rev. Mr. Walter, Re 'or. By order of the M.-er'n~, [521 HENRY SEDLEY, Gfcairman.   

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