General Evening Post, March 13, 1790

General Evening Post

March 13, 1790

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 13, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O; N � ON.) Price Three- 4^ 0*ly. From SIT tf R D A Y, March i 3, to TU E SDAY," March , at*. .T" 16, ,1790. 880& MONO AY,' March 15. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, March 13. &E King has beefi pleafed ta appoint Dr. William Black to be Firft Phy-fkian to his Majefty in Scotland. The King has alfo been pleafed to appoint Ed-wa*d�ofcawen Frederick, &%> to be Standard-Bearer to his Majefty's Bind of Peniioners. Dteblin CaftU, March $. Yefterday having been appointed For the celebration of her Majefty's Birth-day, the flag was difplaycd on Bedford-Tower; the great guns at the Salufe Battery in his Majefty's park the Phoenix Were fired three rounds> and anfwered by vollies from the regiments in garrifon, which were drawn up in the Royat Square, at the Barracks. At noon there was a very numerous affembly of the Nobility, and other perfon*^ of days. On the 5th of March, in lat. 46. 41, long. 24. 34, fpoke a fhip from Havre-de-Grace bound to Baltimore, out 14 days, and in the evening fpoke the fhip Ariel, of Hull, William i>elonging to Briitol.-Wednef-day, Mr. ""joksv emu**.rk�mift �- ot,-"- in St. Alban's-ftreet, Pail-Mall.-Friday, in' Portman-ftreet, aged 88, the Rev. Thomas Ofborn, LL. D. Reftor of Cliffton and Camp-ton, in Bedfordfhire, and a Prebend of the Collegiate churches of Salifbury ard Lincoln; the yOUngeft fon of the late Sir John Ofborn, Bart, of Chickfands Priory, Bedfordfhire, and great uncle to the prefent Sir George Ofbora, Bart.-^-Friday evening, far advanced in years, the Rev; Mr. Baker, Vicar of Weft Hendred Berks; and formerly Fellow of Corpus Chrifti College.- Saturday, after a lingering illnefs, a* her feat at Knebworth, Herts, Mrs. Lytton, relift of John Robinfon Lytton, Efqj of the fame place,-Saturday night, at Dagnam park, in the nth year of his age, mafter Henry Neave, youngeft fon of Richard Neave, Efq.-The fame day, Mifs Mary Cock, fecond daughter of Mr._ Henry Cock, of Wapping.-Wednefday morning, at the houfe of Mr. Ford, furgeon, in Carlifle-ftreet, Soho, Mifs Elizabeth Scott, late of Reading, Berks.-At Leigh, in Lancafhire, lately, Jane Monk, at the age of 104. BANKRUPTS. Edward Cook, of Hatford, Berks, dealer and chapman ; to funender March at, 17, and April �4, at eleven, at the Bear Inn, io Wantage, Berks. Attornies, iVleu". Hill and Meredith, Gr*y'a tan, or Mr. William Ward, Jun. at Fi-ci- g-lon, *Berka. , " Thomas Hoit , of Henley in Arden, Warwickfliire, malt-ftsr ; to furrender March 30, 31, and April 14, at twelve, at the White Swan, In Henley in Arden. Atorney, Mr. Jofeph Haiding, at Soiyhull, near Birmingham. '1 nomas Eaftimn Price, of the town of Monmouth, bat now of the city of Hereford, linen draper; to furrsnder March 44, ^houfej ik the Marker-place, in the city of Norwich. Certificates to be granted. George Eales, of Dartmouth, Devanlbire, rherthent; on OT-before 3. t Sa.nuel Tilt, of Cbeapfide, in thejity rjf London, upholder; on or before April 3* ..j Dafid Frafer, re Ap;51 J. .. Henry Cort, of dofport, Harop&irej Iron-ioianufac-rurer i on or bff re April WflRt�n.^S.ii�lhan and Francis Klnmanj oF New*ftre'et. fftftir*, ear Shoe- lane, in the city of London, br�& iod iron-founders, and copartners; on or before April 3. Thomas S oith the younger, late of Pembridge, Here-fordftire, but now of Ullenhall, Warwic&fl�ire> (hoemakcrj on'or befo-e April 3. Henry Fyfon, late of Scow Market, Suffolk, grocer J oh or before ipril 3: C U R A C Y WANTED by a Clergyman (who has had art Univerfity Education) in a good Neighbouth.iod and healthy Situaxioo. Diftant Froin London w uld be preferred. A Lire, dke&eJ to the Pnblilher, will be duly attended to. ;.' , (i�3 To the Ffeehol�iers of the Cdunty of MIDDLESEX. .. HAVING receiv�d a' Requifitioh frdfri a Number of refpeftatfVt FreehoWeVs, to call a general Meeting 1 f tbe Coudty, to take into Contideration trie danger us Confluences of extending the Etcife Laws to the '1 ftJe and Maiiufa&ures of this Kingdom, and to join in an Application tj'^p-.iiament For a Repeal oF the Tobacco Ex.-ife Aft: . . Wc ti^refore, in confequence;of fach Requifitioil', do appoint a general Meeting of thevFreebblders to be held for the aforefaid Purpofe at the Mermaid at Hackney, on Friday next the iQthintt. at twelve o'Clockl.,' , . . .... 66cT ' WILblA'MNEWMAN \ c, ,a THi&MAS gAKER ^ Sher�fT�. T% the Gejljemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of ^County of SQUTHAMP TON; G^mlenien, HAVING been this-Dav ^r).ijbved of a* proper Pe fons to represent this Cuuncy In Parliament, at t:e next General Election) at" as humerou* a Goun'y ' Meetin^-as was ever aflembled on a fimil.r Occafion, and by a ' Majority fo decided, as to leave novdoilbt in the Mind of any as to the Senfe of. the County in our. Favour, we take the Liberty, jointly, K) foticit the Honour of your Votes' and IntereiVs. We aie perfuaded) that the uncommon Sttccefs we hare each met with in our Canvas, as well as the general Voice ex pre lied this Day in our Favour, proceeds from your Zeal fir the Independence of the County, The Encouragement which we have already received, leaves us little Room to doubt of our fin*l Sucrefs j but we truft, that even fo flattering % Profpeci will not induce bur FrJendt to relax from their Exertions in out Favour)-if pur Opponents fhould, notwithftanding what has patfcd this Day, per-fcvere in their IntentiojH to go to a Poll. Permit ai to alTure you, that if we mould have the good" Fortune to be the objects of your Choice, we mail endeavour to d;Jcl-arge our Duty, as Repreieotatives.of this great an* refpefiable County, by a conftant attention to its particitiar Ijyeie.flS) j|j�gll as by fep^rting tjie true Principles of the Con-ftiturtanyand by endeavouring to prornote-the general PrVpviPy o�the�o�hiry. TnTihe"fmcertil^erp^^b�' Gentlemen, your moft d.<�tti arri ^'^'.^L'A?^ ' WILLIAM HEATHCOTE, WILLIAM CHUTE. " Winchefter,, Jan. 14* I79�� ^l27_ To the-*GenilemeB, /Clergy, Yeomanry, and Freeholders of theCOUNTY of KENT. Gentlemen, . ��  THE upanimous Approbation which; my Nomination this Day to ferveyou in .Parliament has met with, demands, and flwll receive, my utmoftGratitude. Believe me, I can better feel than exprefs the very honourable Situation in which you have placed me. Your unanimous Decifion that I ihould take no Part whatever, in the prefent Conteft, with either of the other Candidates, fliall be obfervel in the ftricteft rhanrief. Th^ public Gaod,'.and the Welfare ofrny Conflituents, have ever t�m the firft ^b^Jas^of my. Heart. J3y_theii Principles, I am determined" to regulate my Cmduft, and by them I hope to have the-Hooour a/ourch Time ta be elected your Repiefentative at the enfuing general Ele�lion. (659 I am, Gentlemen, Your moft obedient, And moft grateful humble fervant, Maid (tone, March 8, 1790. CHARLES MARSHAM. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of KENT. Gentlemer, ICannot too foon exprefs my fiucere Thanks, and moft grateful Acknowledgments to you, for the veryefif-tinguithing Marks of your good Opinion, and the flattering Earneft of your futute generous Intentions towards me, exemplified in the exrrlotdinary Concourfe of my Friends, and exceeding great Majority of Electors in my Favoui, acknowledged from the Chair, at my Nomination at Majdftone, this Day; Public Profeffions on thefe Occafions are|not always the (ure'Pledges of a fubfequent correTponding ConduS : 1 /eel Nothing, howefer, in my own Bread that inclines me, in the leaft, to fupprefs an Avowal of my Principles and Independence ; and I hope it will not be deemed Prefumptioa in me to declare, that if a Heart, animated with a fervent Zeal and Love of my Country, firmly attached to its con-ftitutional Profperity, the Permanence of the eftablifced Church, the deareft Inierefts of this County in particular, and to a. Concurrence in public Meafures, no longer than as �liey"are likely" to promote tilbfe (acred important Points, maybe coofldered as'iecorhiriendatory to your Choice: I do but yield to the Diftates of my own-*iri my Wi(h, practically to combine thefe Sentiments with that Service as Reprefentative of this County in th? next Parliament, for the Honour of which I am now a Candidate. I earneiHy entreat a Continuance of your beft Endea-' vburs'to accomplish this moft defirab'.e ObjeA to me, and your Votes ano fteady Support, whenever the Day of Elee� tion (hall fet appointed. I am, Gentlemen, � x With unfeigned Regard, -Your moft devoted and faithful humble Servant, Maidflone, EDWARD KNATCHBULL. Marsh 8-, 1790, [648 ;