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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 9, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L   ON   D   O  N. ) '4 Price Three-Penc� Halfpenny oklt. From TUESDAY, March 9,  to  THURSDAY,  Maich   i i,  1790. 8798 WEDNESDAY; March 10. Fn>m the LONDON GAZETTE. Queen's Houfe, March 9. f-^-^^-^f v >v"' - HE Queen has been pleafed to appoint the EarlHar-{ T ) *^\V: court to be Mailer of the ^K-^^J Horfe t0 her ***** in PriV^.^Jjf?A.:.l the room of the Earl t'-r^k&'v*-'��'^''liiiVij WaWegrave, deceafed. VS^^Qfef^ f^. 24.   On V^f0r^)Jj^& t^ie cvenmg 0I" Monday \\^^�Zr^'^fK-') laft the remains of the Wi.-Os^s^^^^G*.^-- deceafed Emperor were interred in the fame vault, in the Capuchin convent of this city, where his parents were buried. The general mourning began the fame day, and is to laft for fix months. The new born daughter of the Arch-Duke gains itrength daily. The" Crown of Hungary was fent off from hence to Bnda on Thurfday ladu and was received, at various Mages on the.road, with the greateft de-monltrations.of national exultation. Ytjhrday arrived a Mail from Flanders. Rome, Feb. 12. They ftill continue to arreft a number of perfons, whom they fufpect: to be concerned with Caglioit.ro; and the Marquis de Ve-valdi, we arc aflured, is taken up on the fame account at Trieiie. During the Carnival many perfons, who distributed cockades with patriotic tbvices, were feized and fecured. In mort, this Caglioftro has put an end to all our tranquillity.. Tae following is an extract, of the origin arid travels of that Jamous adventurer. His real name is Jofeph Balfamo. He was born at Palermo on the Stii of June, 1743. In his 16th year he became a Monk of the Third Order at CaUagiron, but not liking that Hate, he fhortly after entered himfelf amongit the Capuchins, who expelled him. Pretending that he had difcovered the fecret of making gold, he took in a gold-{Tiith named Marano, who advanced him configurable fums of money to carry on the procefs, with which fums Balfamo decamped to Calabria, where he loll all he had. He then went to Rome, turned tranferiber, and married Laurencia Feliciani. Finding he could do nothing there, he departed for France in 1773, and the year after appeared at Naples under the title of the Marquis of Pellegrini. He there met an uncle, with whom he returned to Palermo, whei'e Marano arretted him, but he was after wards liberated by the protection of a- Prince. He then went to Malta under the name of Count Caglioftro ; from Malta he went to Mufcovy, Poland, Pruflia, and Holland, where he embarked for Morocco ; then went by Gibraltar, Marfeilles., and Lyons, to Stfahburgh-, where hefet up for a phyfician, pretending to be poffefTed of a fecret by which he cculd cure the molt defperate diforders. He was in confequence fent for to Paris to cure fome fick, but being concerned in the affair of the necklace he was arrelted, and put into the rjaitile ; having obtained his liberty he fet off for England, and from thence went through Holland, Switzerland, Revero, and Trente, and then came here, where be was arreited, and conducted to the Caltle of Saint Angelo. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, March 8. Wind S. S. E. Remains in the Downs the Wafp iloop.   Wind S. S. E. Grave/end, March 8. Paffed by the James, Barber, from Oftend ; Charlotte,' Smith, and Conqueror, Smith, and Smyrna. Pi ingle, from Rotterdam ; Dart, Princefs  Royal,   Pafmore,  from LONDON. HOUSE   of   COMMONS. Tuesday, March 9. The Duke rf AtholVtPetition was referred to a Committee. The Houfe, in a Committee, went through the Scotch Creditors bill. Ordered the report to be made to-morrow. The Hou.e, in a Committee on the trade carnal on between the United States of America and the Bridfh dominions, came to a refolution, that the Ch airman mould move the Houfe for leave to bring in a bill to continue the act: now in force for regulating the fame. The Report of yefterday's Committee on Ways and Means was brought up, agreed to, and a bill ordered to be prepared accordingly. The Scotch Summer Semens bill was read a Mcond time, and committed for to-morrow. The Houfe was ordered to "go into a Committee to-morrow to confider of the duties on foreign cocoa n.�ts. The Houfe was ordered to go into a Committee to-morrow on the duties on low wines and fpirits in Scotland. Leave was given to bring in a bill to continue the Aft for empowering the appointment of Com-mifliotiers, to enquire into Crown Lands, Fo-refts, &c. &c. Mr. Popham faid he had as yet been unable to fulfil the promife he made laft Seffion to bring forward a bil! for the regulation of the Poor ; if the Seffion fhould however continue any length of time, he feoped to be enabled to bring it in before the �ejBon ended. At Four o'clock the Houfe adjourned. Lord Wycombe, who is arrived from the Continent with Mr. Markham, and who with good obfervation had the belt opportunities of informing himfelf, fays, that the Democracy in Brabant is gamiftg fuch ground that it is the general belief they will prevail over the Nobleffe and Clergy. The Democratic faction are all favourable to the French people, and have imbibed the new principles of France, and will prefer a connection with thzt country to any other. To favour this fpirit in the people of Brabant, M. Simonville, a known friend of M. de la Fayette, and an agent from his party, has been received with great honour in Brabant, and entrufted with high military command. In addition to thefe appearances, we learn that three royal regiments of France have gone over to the Brabanters-The regiment de la Couronne, d'Auxerre, and another. Their Lieutenants and many of their Captains have gone with them, but not their Field OiScers. Thefe regiments have always been confidered as the belt in the French fervice, and it is not imagined that they would have deferted-but it is believed they have gone over in confequence of an under-{landing with their own country. We learn further, that the new principles are penetrating every quarter of the world. The people are -every where examining their fituation, and prejudices are yielding to the force of truth. At Manheim there has been a formidable infur-rection, and an engagement. In Hanover itrong refolutions have been entered into. The people complain that a heavy tax laid upon them for a debt incurred during the feven years war is ftill continued upon them, though the debt has been paid-and they require to, know where it is gone, and why it is itill exafted ? In Sardinia the people are fo clamorous that an order has been iffued to prevent all French papers from being circulated. At Rome an Ailembly of Barons has been called for the piirpofe of raifing new levies of militia in their-refpective fcigniories, to counteract the effect: of the popular meetings, which are already tumultuous. Nay, the fpirit has even penetrated to the Brazils, the Governor of which, when recalled, couid not quit the place, but informed his Court that the people were ripe for revolt, and that ftrong meafures muft be taken. The Archbifhop of Canterbury has waited Jn perfon on the Miniiter, and returned him thanks, J in the name of the whole Bench, for his excellent defence of the rights of the Eftablifhed Church in the Houfe of Commons, againft the innovations attempted by the DifTenters, in the recent bulnefs of the Teft and Corporation Acts. Thurfday laft being appointed for rise c""�-bration, in Dublin, of her Majefty's birthday, the fame was obferved with every mark of loyalty and affection. At noon an Ode was performed before their Excellencies ai�d a numerous AiTembly of Nobility and Gentry; and in the evening a molt fplendid ball and entertainment were given at the Caltle, and attended by moll of the perfons of distinction in the country. Her Imperial Majefty of RulTia, .by the reward (be beilows 011 military merit, deferves the character the has acquired. She has lately honoured an Englifti Officer, Lieut. Trevennen", who commands a fquadron in her fervice," with a diitingaiihed mark of her approbation for his excellent conduct in taking, in the late campaign, the port of Barefound, in Finland-a fort deemed, from its fituation, almoll impregnable. She has prefented him with a golden fword of great value. The King of Pruflia, in his preparation a for war, is not unmindful of the interefts of fcience. He has lately parchafed the Roloffian library, confuting of 5085 volumes, collected at Berlin by the Rev. Mr. Roloff, preacher to the J erufalem church in that capital. A catalogue of it has been published, which fells upon the Continent for 5s. 3d. It is rumoured his Majefty was fo much delighted with his naval excurfions laft fummer, that he has declared it as his Royal pleafure, that a fquadron of evolution fliall be prepared for a fimilar purpofe the enfuing fcafon. Yefterday the purfer of the Eaft India Company's fhip, Sir Edward Hughes, Captain Robert Anderfon, received from the India-Houfe the Company's difpatches for the Governor and Cosncil of Fort St. George, with which he immediately fet off for Gravefend. Yefterday the Royal Admiral Eaft-Indiaman, Capt. H. E. Bond., made preparations to go down the Rivet, from Deptford. The Warren Haftings, and Princefs Royal, are alfo preparing for the fame purpofe. The Royale Elizabeth, from l'Orient, and Prince de Conde, from Saez, are arrived at Pon-dicherry. The Aftibna:-e,  from  Mocha, and Comte v d'Eftaing, from India, are arrived at the Cape of Good Hope. The Baillie de Suffrei* and the Royale Elizabeth failed from Pondicherry the 3d of October for Bengal, where it was fuppofed they would winter. The America, Ewers, from Sheepfcut river to l'Ofieat, foundered �n lat 41. 40. long- 41. 30. oh the 5th ult. crew fayed by Capt. Davies, of the Alfred* from Maryland for Rotterdam, after being 17 hours in the long-boat. On the 18th ult. Capt. Davies had three men killed by lightning. Sir John Laforey, In the Trufty, of 50 guns, faibv'^r^he Weil-lndies next month. - T^ilJyfcovery ftoreihip, Capt. Roberts, which is going round tbe globe is nearly ready. Lord Hoqd ."'.J Commodore Gardner, the two pro-feffion?] Lords of the Admiralty, are expected to vifit her next week. Lieutenant A. Edwards, of the Wafp (loop of war, now lying at Plymouth, is broke for neglect of duty, and challenging his Captain to fight him. Monday was iffued from the Pay-office 185 days half-pay to tbe reduced officers of the forces, to the 25th of December laft ;� alfo 183 days pay to gentlemen of the third and fourth troops of Horfe guards, to the fame period. On Thurfday the poll finally clofed at Kilmain-ham, for Member of Parliament for the county of Dublin, when Mr. Finlay was declared duly elected ; after which be was chaired from his houfe in Granby-row (amidft a vaft concourfe of people), to the Parliament-Houfe, where he took his feat. Yefterday a Court of Aldermen was held at Guildhall, at which the Lord Mayor, Recorder, and 17 Aldermen were prefent. The Irifli Society, appointed by the Court of Common Council the eleventh of February laft, were fworn. No alteration took place in the aflize of bread, and the Court broke up at four o'clock. Mr. Howard died of a contagious fever, after twelve days of illnefs, in fome of which he fuf-fered extremely. He has provided by his will very handfomely for his eld fervant, who ufed to attend him in his expeditions. In his journey to Cherfon he had loll his travelling-box, in which were his papers, and fome money. This, however, he was lucky enough to find on his returning back eighty miles. He defired to be buried in the garden near Cherfon. On a late profecution againft a morning-paper for a libel, the profecutor had fummoned a perfon from the Stamp-office to produce the bond given by the Propri tsrs to Government, under the late act, in order to enable him to fix' them, as refponfible for the damages. The Court, however, were of opinion that this evidence ought not to be admitted, and could not be called for, but by a perfon having an interelt in the paper himfelf; as in cafes of account, &c. Yefterday the following numbers were drawn prizes at Guildhall, viz. Nos. 23,891, 9,555, prizes of iool.-Nos. 9.929, 16,157, 9,119, �12,605, 30,-420, 24,002, 34,407, prizes of 50I. each. Monday the Medical Society of London held their anniverfary meeting at their houfe in Bolt-court, Fleet-ftreet, when the Prefident, Dr. James Sims, prefented the gold medal, called the Fothergillian medal, to Dr. Robert Willan, for the bed Differtation on Cutaneous Difeafes, in an-fwer to the prize quefdo'n for the prefent year. The fil-er medal, annually given for the bell efT*y written by a Fellow of the Society, was prefented to Mr. John Haighton, furgeon, for his paper on Original Deafnefs, and various other ingenious comunications. The other filver medal annually awarded to any perfon, not a Fellow of the Society, for the beft communication, was adjudged to Dr Caleb Hillier Parry, of Bath, for his paper on the removal of certain Difeafes of the Head by compreffion of the Carotid Arteries. The fentence of excommunication againft Mr. Bowes, decreed by the Court of Delegates, for not paying his cofts, was read in the paiiih church of St. Nicholas, in Newcallle, on Tuefday fe'en-night. At Aylefbury aflizes, five prifoners received fentence of death, viz. John Clemmons and William Howland, for robbing Mr. Meacock, butcher, of Ravenfton, on the highway, of 10 guineas and his watch ; William Greenwood and Thomas Braydon, for robbing- Richard Whitehead on the highway; and Henry Tidmarfli, for (heep-ftealing. At the aflizes at Northampton Winifred Gor-den, appealed of murder at the laft aflizes, was brought to the bar, and a writ of Certiorari being produced to remove all indictments, inquifitions, records of conviction and appeals againft her into his Majefty's Court of King's-Bench, returnable in fifteen days from Eafter, (he was remanded into cuftody until fhe fhall be delivered by due courfe of law. The Rev. Francis Ricard is inftituted to the Rectory of St. John, in the ifland of Jerfey, on the prefentation of Gen. Conway. MARRIED.] On Saturday, Mr. Samuel Hague, of Cateaton-ftreet, Blackwell-hall faftor, to Mifs" Elizabeth Barnard, daughter of the late Charles-Barnard, Efq; of Leeds.-On the 4th inftant, in Lancafhire, Lieutenant Thomas Nay-ler, of the Marines, to Mifs Grimfhaw, of that place. DJED.] On Tuefday, the 2d current, at Edinburgh, Lieutenant Colonel Francis Sutherland, in the 76th year of his age, near fixty years o�-which were fpent in a military life, firlt in the Britifh army, and after in the Scots Brigade, in the fervice of the States of Holland..-Cn Wednefday laft, Nicholas Smythe* Efq; of Con-/ dover-hall, Shropshire, and late High Sheriff of the county of Gloucefter.-Laft Sunday, at Ly-mington, in Hamplhire,. Mr. John Jackfon, fen, late of Bridgwater-fquare, Londom BANKRUPTS. Peter Murphy, of Bermoncifev-ftrwc, Sowthwarfe, Surryj cooper j to furrsnder Ma  Mr. Trundle), Cnfi�y-fqiiare, Bifespfgare-ftreet. William Cloutman, late of Booth-ftreetj Spira.'fi?lds^ Middlff-x, taylor ; to furiender Mirch 13, 23, ami Apnl2oj at ten, at OuilchaH, LonJon. Attorney, Mr. Aickmhead^ No. 8t, Lombard-ftre:t. Gforge Stonp, of.ths parifh of Lifs, Southampton, fhoe-maker; to furrender April 5, 6, and 10, at twelve, at the Spread e 1. Aitonik's, M*ff. Kirny and L^rrt-n, Bri'.^il, or Mr. Richntd Edmunds, at the Exchequer Office of Pleas, Lincoln's inn, London. William Fletcher, or late of the city of BrTftol, holier; t ?r. Attornies, Meil". Ban-te-s and Murcotc, Furnivai's inn, London^ cr Mr. J^hn King, LeiceHtr. Dividends to be made. Jof-ph Ta'low, lare of Derby, mercer and^ linen draper } April 10, at rm, at Welly's Corr-.e-houff, in D-.-rby- l-'eter Rodolph-js Uttraiirck and Ja;res Lewis Ad3m, b th late of   Moqrftclds,   Mhidlefex,   merchants, (partn. rs with [o-ichim Fa;nin, b:e of the fame pUce, merchant ;) May 4, at five, at G-jildha!!, Lrndrn.   Final Dividend. Dit*ae::d adjourned. John Cox and Jafrph Cox, of BiH;-ort, Doife;lYre, wool-ftiplws and copartners j April :u, at eleveii| at the Tmee Cups Inn, in Lyme Regis, Duifeid re. HOWARDI AN   SUBSCRIPTION. London Cofl'ee-H-uie, M.tc. Jj, THE Contributors to the HOWARD IAN* FUND, who have not withdrawn iheir SubTcr ptior>�, are requeued to meet at the London Coffee H -ul
                            

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