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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 11, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O   N   D   O   N. ) Price Three- Pence Halfpenny only. From  THURSDAY,   Marck   i r,  to  SATURDA Y,  March 1 D> 1790. 8799 FRID AY,   March 12. COUNTRY   NEWS. Plymouth, March 9. ^C^-"-V  RRIVED the Marie Ju- r:'  V-^.; and  the   Chevalier   de '^"-^jjr.--'^!*V.~S Kerouartz, with their attendants, all from - Moriaix, which place they, quitted in great haile on account of the difagree-axAs � tuition of affairs there." S  H  I  P - N  E W  S. Deal, March 10. Wind W. blows hard. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Brenthal.', Wheat!")", fro si Svvanfea. Remain in the Downs the Wafp and Scout floops; Caroline, Goodwin, far Jamaica; and CaiUe Douglas, Cooper, for ''�'ir^inia. Grd-v/enJ, March io. PafTcd by the Johu-fbn, from O-bnd, and Lively, Smith, from Rotterdam. L   O   N   D   O   N. HOUSE    of    LORDS. Thursday, March 11. SEVERAL private bills were read a third time, 'ard p."lied. HOUSE   of   C O M M O N S. T h t: r 2 d a v, ? 'arch 11. THE Speaker informed the Houfe that the ac-c^'.rita or i-,;e t;>.� c.n private bi!b, and the money fro in the . xchequer paid to  the- Speaker from t--6 10 i/?6, were on tne table. Petitions fV'.m Glafgow and Dalkeith, agatnft the tebu:co bill, were prcfeuteJ, and ordered te lift en r;--c Oltle. M'. . I\o:,l:s moved that the papers from the j v:  hec:.t iru ted, and gave notice, that cn Tueki.'.y fCr.night he fhould move to refer them to a \1- � i.nirxe of the whole Houfe. Tne- f.'cor.d reading of Mr. Jolliffe's biiL was put  >e gave notice, that he fhould objeel to the claufe which indemnifies Lieutenants of the Iv*i!itia for not qualifying-. Mr. Francis gave notice, that on Monday next he fhould make a motion on the affair of Captain Williams, ;uid hoped that fuch Members as were 1 k^rrcd i*i the law, cay1- military men, vould m :ke 1 a point of attending on that dny, as their u.i".ice } a.vl opinion would be of much importance. ] k!r. Du-iddi wilhed to know the nature of the | motion. Mr. Francis fail it would be for a Committee of Enquiry. Major Scott then moved for vaiious papers from the India lioufe, calculated to throw light on the t rail fact io a-a n 1 Mr. Fnvids fc.r copies of the letters from Col. uaumiy and liis Secretary to. Capt. Williams ; ::nd of the orders of the Nabob of Oude to Col. Kov.nay, relative to the execution of Rijah Maf-tapha C-v.vn ; which were fjverally ordered. The Houie then lefolved into a'Committee on tlie petitions praying for the repeal or xnoJiiiza- j hon of the Tobacco Excile bill,  and examined evi lence in ftipport of the allegation:-. Adjourned. Duchefs of Hamilton ; Vifcount and Vifcountefs Duncannon ; Earl of Lucan ; Lord Wigton ; Ladies Dolben, E. Spencer, Cunliife, and the Biihop of Hereford. The prefentations yefterday were in the following order : Prince de Carenci, and Monfieur Boinville, by the French Ambaflaxfor; Marquis of Blandford, by his father, the Duke of Marlborough ; Lords Carberry, Courtenay, and the new CommiiTioners of Excife, as on Wednefday. Yeierday, after the Drawing-room broke ut, the King gave a private audience to Monf. Ca-lonne. Yefterday Lady Duncannon took leave of the Queen, previoufly to her letting off for Bruffells, on a vifit to her filter, the Duchefs of Devon-flu re. Ytfcerday the Lord Chancellor had a private interview with his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, at Carieton-Hcufe. General Soltikow, who commanded the Riif-�an troops in the Cuban the two ]ail campaigns, is appointed Commander in Chief in Finland this Spring; and General d'Igeiilrom, who is appointed to command under him, has already left Peteriburgh for that purpofe. General Moufchin Poufchin, who commanded in Finland, remains at Peteriburgh, and has refumed hh ftation as Vice-Preiiient of the War-department. General Mic'.ielfon is appointed to fuccecd Genera! Solrikovv in Tmtary. The Parisians have withdrawn the King's right of licenling the public places of exhibition in Paris, and have transferred that right to tire Municipality of the city. In the Irifli Houfe of Commons yefterday fe'nnight the Order of the day being read for the fecond reading of the penfion bill, Mr. Forbes moved, that the fame be commited. Fie was op-pofed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer; and a debate enfucd, which bailed feven hours. At half p.-ft one thf Houie divided, when there appeared, Ayes 96, Noes 124.. The Order of the day was then lead, tor the fecond reading of the bill for difquaiif) irg Revenue Orhcers fern fitting in, or vcung tor Members of, Parliament. The quedion, Yefterday there was a drawing-room at St. Tr.mes's. The Royal Family prefent were, their MajcJlies, his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, Duke of York, and the three elder PrinceiT;-. The foreign AmbaiTaders, Prir.ce de Carenci, Count and Countefs de Mculclier, Count and Countefs Malrhcn, Monfieur "oinville and Monsieur Calor.nc. The ladies were pretty numerous. The sallowing were the principal: Ducheffes cf Marlborough, Ancafter, Leeds, Athclj Hamilton, and Manchefter ; MarcliioneiTes of Buckingham, and Bath', (Lady in Waiting) ; Counteffes Spencer, Rothes, Plymouth, Ilchelter and liar-court; Vifccunteffes Duncannon, and Parker j Ladies E. Spencer, Payne, Reed, Carysfcrt, Grey de Wilton, Clifford, Cunliffe, F. Bruce, E. Waklegrave, A. Winn, C. and S. Grey, A. Stanhope, See. Mrs. Darner and L. Darner, Black* bourne, Montagu, Curzon, Fordyce, Sec. Miiies Fran':!yn, Darner, Ackland, Egerton, &c. The nobility and gentry of the other fex were as at tlte Levee the preceding day. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales came from Carleton-houfe to St. James's in Ills fate coach, attended by Lord Southampton^ Lord Melbourne, &c. The Duke of Yoik came in private. 'J"he Court was over before five o'clock, and foon after the King, Queen, and Princefl'cs returned to Buckingham-houfe* The following Nobility were at the Drawing PvOom yerterday for the finl time this winter : Duke and Duchefs of Marlborough; Duke and by lli - l-l cCtcd y;iuv (659 co-il.mt oi hotn lides oi the Houfe, was put and the b,.' XT he 15th of Ap il, and the is to be taken into th: ejected,  123 to a I. LxtraSi cf a I.etc: from Chatham, March 10. " Yeiterdr.' '.vning orders were received here for th:  Q;-. . 'v. .a:htte,   of no guns, to be launched o:> h ..urfday t day after launching 'he great dock to !>� die..'.i.d vvirh copper. " 'i iie Royal (>eo.0e, of 110 guns, is haliening to fail from hence to Plymoiun. ' The Queen Charlotte is aifo under orders to be navigated>to the fime port." Extract of a Letter from Portfnouth, Merck 10. Lifts da;e cue eighth regiment embarked on �.1 �. ,i w::r ror Guerni. 3' Yeilerda/ liu- following numbers were drawn "..ies at Guiidh.';':!, \ \z. No. 38,229, a prize of )cnl.-\'o. Ye. c. e�/ - -J of li prize  of  500I.-NV. -y nr-n.ing the iiTuc out of Chancery on the great ciufs betv.een Lady Waltham and Mr. Ohnir.s, was tried at Chelmsford.    Jt hailed the u:re � tn the Jury found a verdict for Wl-Oi' L i.!y Waltham. Wedeefday at noon General Cailla-ud had his pocket picked in Oxford-ltreet of a gold watch, tea!.?, ice 'Fiie fame evening Mr. Myhan, of Somerfet-fhire, was attacked near Hoando'.v by a fmrr'.e highwayman, who robbed him of his watch arid rive guineas. DIED.]   Lafl wee!:, Mr. Thomas Divetr, of Well - Smithiield.-Wednefday,  at  Wind for, Thomas Hodgkins, Efi; late of Thames-flreet, diltiller.-Saturday evening, at his houfe on the Terrace, 1 fling ton, Mr. M.ickmtolh, termer'.y an eminent flock-broker.-Yefterday, at Richmond, Surrey, Mr.. Stephen Hoare.-At Belfait, on t!ie lit inil. the Rev. Dr. Crrrnbie, for muic tlsan t.venty years Minifter of t..e Old Diflenting Congregation of that town, and Principal of the Belfait Academy. To ...e Gentlemen, Clergy, Yeomanry, and Freeholders of the COUNTY of KENT. G 1,tie tie-, THE unanimous Approbation which my ^0-miiiiio'; thii Day t.) fcrve you in Parliament has met wt >, d?mii;4s, Jn-i fiis'J r-ceive, my utmoil C-iit!tu ie. Br.ieve in--, I can hctt^r Ice! than cxprefi t'r.c very lu-.nout-ab'.e S tj'.iii'n in w;-.ich you have f'.KtJ. nie. Your un nimaus Dcc..u>a m1.1: I fhonH take r.o Pare wl;ar-ve.', in :'.c (j.-^T.-nt (.'ontc.l, with Lit'.erof the other Candidates, iluii t-s ODiciv.d in tes itricteft manner. '1 lv; public GioJ, and the Welfaie cf rr.y Confr'.t .cnts, have eve.- beea. tns :irlr O.j fts jr' my lica t. 1 4iiy^^.'.uried to re^ula'e my C nduc>, and 1. ip?. io i.aCi   the H >n.)ur a fo irth Tinu t > bee Rer-ieienUt'.ve at the enfuing gi'iieial Hereon. J air,  Ger.'.le � cn, Y.ur it.oft ote-iienr,-And mo-.r grater'ui Iniiiible frrvar.t, Ma'denne, March !?, 1790.    fHARLES MARSH AM. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, mid Freeholders of the County of KENT. Y Cannot too foon exprefs my fincerc Thanks, and JL mr.ft grateful Ackn'w>J;.:,eii's to yon, t .r t! e vary dif-tuiguiihin^ Marki of y.iur g-.-od Opinion, and the ib.ttcring Karneft of your ;utuie ge .ercus Inter.tiuns towarcs rr!e, ex-e..v.jlifid in ihe extraordinary Concourfe of my Friend:, and e;:ieoirg great M'i'r'ry of Electors in my taveui, acknowledged i:o:n the Chair,- at my Nomination at MaiJlto;:;, t'.ii-; Day. Pjbiic Profein->ns on thefe Occafions are Jmt always the fure PeU'^ of a fubl'equent coiref-ond ng C HiJuft : 1 feel Not '-in;;, rio.-ev-'r, in my own Bread that inclines m", in tUc lea!;, to fi>pnrefs an Avowal-of my Printh'1-2'- and dspTideruc ; arsd 1 if'pe it will i.ot be deemed i -: cf a r.i; tui in me to declare, th.it if a H-.-ait, a 11..-rated "Vicii a teivent Z-al and Lave of my Country, iirrr.ly attache) to its cun-nit-j'ional Prt:ft>vri:y, the Permanence of the eftabliihed Ch.irch, the i'e..re:t In erells cf this County in particular, and a Cop.cuir.Tice'in 1 ubl'-c Mealures, no longer than as they ;:r.: likely to ;>ro.!.ote tfiofe lac rod important P. ints, may becoi.fi iered ?.s .-ccomir.snd uory fo your Choice: 1 do but jit-li to t'.it dictates of my owe.-hi my V� iik, piafiicj ly to com bii-1 t :>:,��; ScntnjTr.rj- with that S-:i�;ce as !  'J- ir.f/ in the r -xt Parli.irr.ent, for the Honour of which I ae. n )    .1 'w;in:iid.; r. 1 e.(v.c.-iy er.tri t a  Cor.tiin^nce of  your be ft Endea-vourj to ,icc-> r : Wih this mod uc.i.-ab'e C'b.tft to  me, and ji-u: V tu    c ft. Jy Sop j -rt, whenner tht Day of Elec t on ii.a.I ei    p ,i.-,t^ i a :., Gc;i.!.ie'ri?r>, \Vifs ut.feift'.ed -R' gard, Vi) tr one.ft ikv-tcJ   nd tsichtj! h-iinble Servant, E.DWARD RN .iTCflnULL. _   J____ To the Gera!.men, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of SOUTH AMP FON. Gei'lr.,<.[!, TJTAVING  been this  Day  apr^cved of as A Jl proe.-r !'e ions to repnf nt this County in Parliament, at t e n-:xt General Election, at. as num-rous a Cour.-y .NJctt'ng .u �'2, ev:r alien.bled on .1 fimil.r Occaii ki, and by a f.iajor.ty lb decided, as to l-.jve no doubt in the Mind of any as to the Scnie of the County in our Favour, we take the Liberty, join ly, to f-hvic the Honour of ycur Vete^ and lnterefls. Ve aie ptifuadc f that the uncommon Succffs we have each me; �.veil in msr Can-, as, as well as the genei.il Voice exploded this Day in out favoui, proceeds lro.n your Zeal f 1 the Ind.Tindence t.( the County. The Knc .ui-gemerst w'.iith we have alreajy received,, leaves ai.-. .. Tv.    .   . 'f. -..t - :-u'   v.e  l.-;lJ, that even lb ;iai: crine a Ptolpett will not induce osr Friends to r,-!a i-.ned, (hat a li :c Diviitnd of (en Shilling.; in the P. u'rd, a fifing from hi? Eftre and ll.f'-iis, wiii i.e paid the Hoi.fj of |r!n Trav: rs, th j rl :g-.e j "i . Child, in War: im'.ton, on Sat-.uv*     t!:e  It'h To  the   Freeholders  of  the  County  of MIDDLESEX. HAVING received a P>.equifition from ^ Nuiiib:rof refpeflable Freen Idets, ro call a ccneral Meeting L'f 'he Courcy, to take i-ato Conlideration the danger iu3 Conffqi'e.ices of extending the Excif; Laws to the T"raJe afa Ma.iii.actliits of this Kingdoni, and to join in an Application ti Pa.iia.iient for a R.-peal ot the l'obicco Ex ifc A--'- : We tl: �refbrc, 1:1 cnr.fequence >f fu:h R 'qui fit.ion,. do ap"-print a general Meeting of the Freeholders to be hell for tlie af.uefai.l Purpoie at the Mermaid at Hackney, on Friday uext the icjtli Inl't. at twdve o'Chck. 665) WILLI UI NEWMAN THOMAS \\ J K?.i  be taken at this critical Period. An.'� T tat the Chairman be reveled to call a get.erai M.et.i.^ 'for that Pu pofe. In Compliance with the above Re.f.lotion?, I b-g L'avs to requeft the Attenda-.ee 0'" tiv fw >rc ii-jn-'s, Manufachiiert.. and ihad-'is of the Citv and L !�-rty of Weltminfter, at, the. Shaliefpcare Tavsm, Cvjnt gar-en, or Mondaj next,-the 15 b lnftant, at twelve o'Clo.ii at Noor, to take the lame int.) Confid: 1 atioo. f 60t March 10,   1700. THOMAS WISH ART. ' T'FoT E\\r   cr   rfTA" YE D,      " > l-iu^p^f.-u tt b- Stolen ) cut of V/.uron-.lr.'iu.l , in 'he  Puuh of Kioe-Sietifij in the C ".mry ,)r 1\.'o,tham:)t,;:i, on WcVneiday -ight, or early cn Thuriday Morning, betwe.tn the 3J and 4th or" Ma ch, 17(0, ALIGHT-BAY MARE, cf the Nag kind, (uppc.f. d to be in toil, l.x yeai s old, about sir tee a 'hands ifuh, blaze hi th? .-".v.r, di k nane and tail, fo e-t.-jHP cut lli.rt, cairies tier h?.'d ia:h r hie.*., ling in'th - lej-, and light in the bi-ne, pat-ctcularl) b.-lo.v tie knte-, with a nicked tad, lately c t. Wi:or\-.r will -tire fuch 11 tL- iC.nc: of the.(Yd Mare as may be the >:;: �o� o.' recovarlng n-r, iiiall rece'uc ('{ ft !cn) up.-!i convi:t-�n of to: tuha !'t or o,tenders, Ten Guineas Rev, 1 A. Ot if rtr y.-J, a k.-.va d of One Guinea, and ail reafonable Charges, to be paid b. me,       f 64'  1DAY1D SAMMAe*. io te 5-OLD by Private Contract, By Mr.   CHRIST I- E, D.y ot .vl.nch next, iout o'Clock in tt.e Art A ticket for a proof impreiTion of the print, which Ifirtolozzi is engravine, of Copley's pifture of the Death of Lord Chatham, though its original price was oni/ three guineas, will no-v fell for twenty, guineas;-"luch is the prefent rage for good engiavings-and a correipondent, who is an amateur of this Art, thinks that the plates in "Trufer's Habitable World Dcfcribcd, now publifh-ir.g in monthly numbers, are in general fo highly finifhed and fo beautifully executed, that long before the completion of tlrfc .elegant and valuable work, early impreilions of the plates, will be worth five times their preOnt price. Several perfons have purchaftd a number of I proof copies oh fpeculation, in order to fell them D.   WARDEN, La'e Walter at Mr.- C. oper's,   Preiton, when he declined Luiinefs, "OEG3 leave to inform his Friends and the Public, iiiut he has I2ken and fitted up in an elegant irr the NE\V J .\'N in LANCASTER ; --here he hopes, by the very bed of acton,iiuJationjj to merit the fuppor; ol hu Friends and the Public. [6ii r -r,^ )!-..1 o" his Creditors as a.readv have executed, or before t -st J'.>y !i: :h execute, iiis Deed of Afiiansient, which lies hi   t'.:..t Pu.pjfe in the Hands of i\ir,   Flumas Skatt, in ' V, .'.li lilgt'jn . And ah Perfons who fli.-'l omit to fend, in the mean Ti--ie, to the faid Tlumas Skitt, an Accojnr of t.ieir reipedtive De-oiauds, and e ta the laid Deed, wiU be excluded i'rors any f eneiit under the fame. Warrington, February 17, 1750. A   NEW   D J S C O V li R Y, T,.ts wi,l ihew the Pijn-.iii'es, ;::id piinred particulars *n.>y ;-e h.aJ at the E;.:i, Wo�dih)ck ; St.11, Oxford j Antelope, I! f.;i- \V.cl> h i;n ; C Read.ng ; ot" Thomi* Liu-,.:, Eio; M^ll. Bcdfoid-row j Rain        Jornhill ; and in Pall-m|____ HERTFORDiH' HE. To be S'OLD by  AUCTION, By   ROBERT   H 1 1. I., On Wednefday the 31ft of March, 1790,  at Two o'Clock in ihe Afternoon, at the Sun Inn, Majket-Srreet, AValuable inelofed F ARM, part Freehold and part Copyhold of Inheritance, and part Lcul'eh -lip m.'ft eli^;bly fituated at Market-rtr et, in the pa,i:h of Fltunltead, in the county of Heit>. four miles from Suton, ei^ht from St. ALban's, f:x from Hempltead, 29 from Lon-d and adjd.ning the great Weft-Chcfter road ; comprifmg a tarn-houfe and two cottages adjoining, with three barns, liable, cowhoufe, and other convenient oul-buildings j a garden and orchard, plant;J with fruit-tree--, and 129 acres of pafturr, arable^ and wool 13-. 1J, i;i a high itate of cuhi-va'.ion, bour.-ied with good tences, and con'ain aijuiotit) of u'.eful Jud i oproiing timber  lituate in a fine, healthy, a..d ("porting coun-y, near leveral p/cks of hounds, in etc ..c-cup.-ti-m 1 f toe Owner, aid naibeenin the tarn 1) time imnie* 1:1 .iial. 'l'-n falio'.v n-ay be e item! on imoiedi-t.-ly. Fi�..-a-fVetid p:n-i(h it veij low in land and p >or's tax. May be viewed by applying on the p:e,nifles, where par-ticulais nvy be had tw-Tity days pi2C�diog the fale ; at toe Sugar Liai, Dunftable; tlie White Hotie, Keduourn ; tha Wool-Pick, St. Alua Ps the Place of Sale; the Three Cup , Ai.ieifjaE'j-ndeet, London; and of the AutUoneer, it Lutu-f, i.edturd.hire. [273    '   

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