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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 16, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L O  N  D 0 N.) PrictThtte-PenceHalfpetin^ oklt �      'mi' cni�n i......i -a in mi 11 n if i rt* ,   the Half-pay of Captain Blake's lace Independent Company, to be Lieutenant, vice William Pringle, who exchanges. Office of Ordnance, March 15, 1790. Aoyal Regiment of Artillery, Captain William O. Huddle-fton is appointed to be Major, vice Richard Chapman, invalided. Captain-Lieutenant Thomas Trotter to be Captain of a Com. jjany, vice W. O. HnddleftOn, promoted. Fir.t Lieutenant Henry Jtogere to be Captain-Lieutenant, wee Thomas Trotter, promoted. Bacond Lktftetrant Lodtfvick Hamilton to be Firft Lieutenant, vice ffemy Rogers, promoted. Second Uecttnaat J�feph Maclean to be Firft Lreutenanr, �ce James Hud* fuptvfefcd. jSreoad Liewteaiiflt j^fferrii ta b� Firft Lieutstiatir, sice fames R. La Ri�j invafidtd. i- "     t i. .   � Hi - --iji- i ., r.        .11 l   - - '. fejttrdaj arrived ike Mails from Holland wj Flanders. tttcXtoU, Pe}. 16. Within thefe few days there'has arrived here from England the fum of 8oo,dool'. ftefUng:, which has railed the courfecf Exchange five per eervtv Henna, Fth. 34. The body of the deceated Emperor was deposited in the Imperial vault in the night of the ythj after having been laid in JraLeonly 12 hours,- The body was not opened, his late Majefty having pofitively forbid it. We are affured our new Monarch ettprefied himfelf pretty fully relative to the Court of Pe-terfburgh before the death of his brother,. faying* that as foon as he fhotttd rm>rjrrt^ Throne of Auftria he would irnraediatelycoTtdurle a separate peace with the forte, that fee might"be more at liberty to put the affairs of the. Auftrian Monarchy into proper order; in the. mm time the warlike preparations grj on with alacrity. Berlin* March a. -TJafr&turn of GeucralKaU kreuth, who is- jgone to Cafiel, charged with an important cominftfion from the King, is expetted hovtby. The objed of his miffion is to declare to the reigning Landgrave of Hefle, �� that fhould ke, under any pretext, or in favour of any party whatever, march any troops towards Brabant, Ms Majefty .will not regard fuch proceeding with indifference ; adding, that they muft find fome other way to validate'the rights or preten-fions which the Houfe of Heile may have to the charge of the Belgick Provinces) Set. By virtue of a Treaty concluded with Poland, the city of Dantzick, with the diftrict beyond Ifarta, will, on the tit of July next, pafs under the Pruffian domination. i '�' - 1      �       1 �   �*        � il...i.rn�.    mfw< S HI P - N E W 8. Deal, March 13. Wind N. N. W. Came fown, and failed, with the outward-bound as per raft, the Admiral Sir Edward Hughes, Anderfon, for India j William and Mary, Dodds, for Jamaica i Planter, Arthur, for Virginia; and Lewis, --, for Newfoundland. Remains in the jDowns the Scout floop. ZW, Mat 38,051, 43,647, 31,3Ki> 3,8i6,prizes of. 50I. There extraordinary, but fit damages for a Libel, were recovered at the late Wiltshire Af-fizes.-The Jury, very fenfibly, gave fixpence ! The Judge^ yet more fenfibly, laid, *� That if the allegations were proved, and the Jury gave One-penny, he fhoald deem it a Half-penny too much !" Friday the tea fale commenced at the Eaft-India HouTe, Leadenhall-ftreet. 1 he quantity put up amounts to upwards of five millions of pounds in weight, being the Iargeft ever known at any period; of which the green teas are about one third; the reft are fouchong, congou, and common boheas. The Rev. Mr. Davies, who died lately at Hereford, in the 105th year of his age, never, yfed, for the laft 26 or 30 years of his life, any other exescife than,that of Hipping his feet one before the other, from room to room, and they never were after that time raifed up, but to go down*or' up flairs. His breakfaft was a hearfy ope of hot rolls and butter, his dinner a fubftantinl one of a variety of dilhes, at leaft during the 'arnival of every foramer at Lord Bateman's feat at Shobdon Court; at his fupper he generally ate roaft meat, and always drank moderately of wine; he had-neither gout, ftone, nor cholick; lived* beloved by all who knew him, and died without poffefEng thofe difagrceafelc iflfirmitiei which gtrttraDy at- tew�a|p� He was (as nwft loftgHvert are) very fttbrt^- iBOtjBXsjtftding #ve feet.-^Whkt % &e >d-voeafi* For textreift*ti&TMprrkart to khS f i E^tvard Brandon, footnicit- to. d. MOnktqn, fifq: fas committed for roWing his mafterojT fix �|fBr table %bons. It appeared thi man i�J bee|� Induced to commit this weft, in oriter ro^o ^tt witlf ihe infarjrcce of forWlumbers, Ouwhieh he loft all he was worth, to the. artfeunt of tol.- The* man had lived with Mr. Monkton upwards of lour years; and bad, nodi reduftpd by the fhameful pratftice of infuriag> evef'Wen a i^ith-f�il and boneft fcrvant. At iili/baty *ffiz� three priiotww received tfUtence of deatti, viz. Wpaim 'Jon**, alias William Jtmnfoti, for hor&ft�iKng, Stephen Ray-Idood, for fcoafebieafcxng; and |ohtt Self, for abeepftealing.  Trjeywe^e^yi reprieved. * -'�** mtifrgdpn afe^Ppin Dafeiel, fbrficaling. MARRIED.) At Clonmell, in Ir/eland, G. Cockbum, Efa; Captain in the m^h dragoons, to Mifs Riall. DIED.] Ydlerday fc*nnight> at Leinfter-houfe, JDublin, Lady Augufta Fitzgerald, youngeft daughter of the Duke of Leinfter--On Friday, in Somerfejt-ftreet, Fortman-fquare^ the lady of Colonel MaftfdL of the 3dTegiment of Dragoon Guards*-*Qtt the 13th of January, at Morlaix, in Lower Brittany, the Count de Guichen, Admiral in tfeeFrench Navv, and Knight of the Royal Orders .-On Monday, Mr. John Buck-mafter, of Windfor, J Sberlifs. BAN K R U PT S. John Franks, of Bofton, Lincoln/birr, linen>draper; to Airrender March 20, April 10, at ten, and 17, at five, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. G. Adams-, Caftle-couit*. Budge-row. Jo%h Bentlcy.*ad William Parkins, of the Boll and Gate Yard',-Hoi born, Middlrfex, copartners and liorfe-dealers; to furrtnder March a^, 31, and April 27, at ten, at Guild-lull, London. Attorney, Mr. Bower, Clifford's Inn; Fleet-flreet. William Penterrick, of Maiden, E(T?r, money-fcrivener; \ to furrtnder March ao, April 10, at ten, arid 17, at five, at Guildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr. Ireland, Staple Inn, Holborn. Willism Ernes, of Bath, Somerfetfbite, fliopkeeper; to furrender March 20, April re, at ten, and 27, at five, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Morefljead, Fenchurch-ftreetj or Mr. Blandford, Kin^'s-bench-walki, Temple. William Bennttt, of Albemarle-ftreet, Middlefex, hotel-keeper j to furrender March S3, 29, and April 47, at ele sea, at Guildfiali, Loruion.   Attorney, Mr. O, StaAvtay, Bucklertbur*, Cheapfide.' James Finch, of Brentwood, Effex, maltfter and corn-dealer j to furrender April 15, at one, 16, at elestn, and �7, at fix, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Mardon, Brentwood, Eff.'i, or Mr. Horc, Iftner Temple, London.  John-Morton, of Liverpool, Lantaftire, hatter j to fur-Stslder AprH ia, 13, and 27, at tea, at the Rofe Tavern-, in Merfey-ftreet, Liverpool. Attorney, Mr. Miller, in Liverpool, or Mr. [oha Stanley Smar:, in the fschequ^-ntfice f Pleasj Linculn'a inn. Charles Cbrift'e, of Dean-ftreet, Soho, Middlefex, broker j to furrender March 24, 31, and April 17, at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Attoraiej, MerT. Da�is and Ayrten, Tem. William RnckllfT, of Kin^fton upon Hul!, waggoner; to furrender March 19, and April 6, 17, at three, at the Whire-hart Tavern, in Kingfton upon Hull. Attorney, Mr. William Day, in Vicar lane, Hull. John Barlow, late of Oaford-ftrect, in the pariih of St. Mary U-bone, Mlddieirx, horfe denier; to furrender Ma^-ch ac, *?, and April 27, at eleven, at GoiMhsl1, London. Attorney, Mr. k'ittman, Ncwmao-ftrett. Oxtord-Jtreet. . Dividends to he made. Jokja Bisttoa, -4&^ Ctooked-bne, London, upholfterer; April 7, at ten, at Guildhall, London. John Bcecher, of Lawrence-Poanrney lane, London, roer-oh^nt; May 10, at ten, ac Guildhtll, London.   FinalDiv. Hen�y W"a;.ktord, of Rickmerl'worth, Hertfordfiiire, dealer aod sshapman j April ta, at eleven, at Guildhal', London* Charles Seymour Pearfon and Robert Portus, of Mincing-lane, io the city of Londoni brofcora and copartners; April 17, at tea, at Guildhall, London. Pore as Seller, Wepri Bacon, ant John. Seller, of G,r-Ikk-fcill, in the city of London, merchattts and ejaU-feliers and partners; May 4, at five, at Guildhall. Dorcas Seller and John Seller, of Garlick-hill( in the city of London, partner*, s*^fs-fellers,"'ar^"rnercEants; May 12, at ten, at Guildhall. ,   " Dividend adjourned. George Lomas, of Dowgate hill, London, merchant; March 17, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Certificatet to he granted. * William Boynton, of Upper Seymour-tTreet, Porunan-fquare, Middlefex, painter ; on t r before April 6. James Eaftvrood, of the patilh of l'orrfea, Hants, hawker and pedlar; on or before April 6. William Barker, of Blackburn, Lancafhlre, linen-draper; on or before April 6. Francis Streatoa, late of Bafinghall-lrreet, London, taylor; on or before April 6. To be PUBLISHED by SUBSCRIPTION, THE SLAVE TRADE, and AFRICAN HOSPU'ALlTy. TWO PRINTS n w engraving by J. R. SMITH* Siae-26 Inches by 19. After Painings, by G. MORLAND. Price to Subfcribeis t lirty Shillings  the Pair.    One Guinea to bs paid,at the Time of fiabtcribirg, and the Remainder on PelWery. : The lmpteflans will be delivered in the Order they are fijbfcrtbe4 tot. TbC Price to Noh Siiblcribers will pe two Guinea;. The Paintings may be i�n at No. y, King-ftreet, Ccr-enr-garden,. One reprefents the Purchafmg >: SLAVES, wherein a Ne^ro and bis Wife and Cnild are lo.J by d fferent Me chants; the other exhibits EUROPEANS ihipwrecked oa an A rican Cuaft", tl>c Natives relcu.ng them fiom eke Waves, and re-(living them. Subfcrifti ni received by Mr. Catnpion?, Oxford; Mr. Riccards, Bath} Mr. Foilsr, HuU; Mr. BJkley, Chester; Mr. Ounthomr, -Coteherfer; Mr. Ccwen, Grarton�firoer, ttub in | and>ftff. La*^i�ant Lf raijigton, Ediabur|U. [ J^j To die Freeholders of the Ontf of HAVING received a Reoie at the Mermaid atHacknev, on Friday net* the  -       '     .....S.i � d.i, A.____ To the Gentlemen, Clergy,,and Freeholders ot the County of SOUTH AMP ION. Gentlemen,   - HAVING been this Day app�bved of ** proper Pe fon% to repref;nt this Connry in Parliament, at tie next General Ele&ion, at at nomercm, a Couti'f Mtetinfc ai vrss Svertfferrrblid on a Am'ibr Occafion, and by  Majority fo decided, as to leave no donbc in the Mind of any as to the Senietaf the County in our Favour, we take the Liberty^, jointly, t> illicit the Hoaonr of your Votos and Interelrs. We ate perfuadedj that the uncommon Succefs vre birre each met with in our Canvas, as Well as the general Voic� exprelled this Day in our F.voul, proceeds from your Z.eal for the Independence of the County. The Encouragement which we have already received, leaves us little Room to do'ibt of out firatl Succels t but u-e truft, tliat even fo nattering a Profpecr will Sot induce our Fr endi to relax from their Exertions in out Favour, if our Oppo* nents fitnnld) notwithstanding what has paifed this Day, per* /ev^re in their Intention to go to a Poll. Permit us to af!,ure you, that if vie Aould have the gtod Foriune to be the objects of your Choice, we mill endeavouf tod::charge our Duty, as Repretentatives of thia great and refpe&able County, by a conftant attention to its particular lnrerefts, as well as by rnpporting the true Principles of the Constitution, and by endeavouring to promote the general Profp rity of the Country. We have the honour to be, with the mttftti Oratirudt, and the fincereft Refpecr, Gentl�rtien> your moft devoted and faithful Servants^ WILLIAM HEATHCOTE� WILLIAM CHUTE. Winchefter, Jan. 14, 17*96. ^ [187 ......I   1 Hi I   I II        HI --mmmmm I        I 0 To' die Gentlemen, Clergy, a.nd Freeholder* of the County of KENT. Ontlemen, . ICannot too foon exprefs my fmcere Thanks, and moft graceful Aoknowled^ctients to jou, for the very dif-tinguiifliing Marks of your good Opinion, and the gartering Earheft of yoiir futute ge erous Inter tioWs toward; me, ex* emplifi'd in the extraordinary Coricourfe of my Friends,.and exceeding great Majority of Etcftors in my Favoui, acknowledged from the Chair, at my Nomination ac, Majdftone* this Day. Public Profeflions on theft OceafiMs arejnot alwayl th* fure Plcdgss of a fubfeqoent correfponding Conduct1 feol N^tliing, however, in my own Bread that iodines m�, in thekifc, to fupprefe an Avowal of my Principle* and La-dependence ; ann 1 hope it will hot be diemed Prefoxnptioia in me to declare, that rf a Heart, amnsatcd w^h a fervent Zeal and t.ove of my Country, firmly attached to its co�-ftitutional Profperity, tne Prroianence of the eflsbiiihed Church, the deareft Interefls cf this County in particular* ani to a Concurrence in pubT:c Mm(uics, no longer than a*) they are likely to pro note thofe facfed important Puintc, may becondJered as .e^oininendarofy to y>ur Choice 11 do hut yield-to the Dictates of my 0*11-in my Wifb, piifliea ly to e.om-bin- thefe S;ntim r the Vejr enfu ng, will be hid at their Koufc "n th* Adelphi ; the Ballot to begin at Eleven in the F. icnooa and clofe at Two in the Afternoon preciiely. And tne Anniver-fary Din�erof the Society will be on Wednefday the 24^1 Day of" March, at the Crown and Anchor Tavern, in the Strand, where the Ca-npany of the Members is rrquefted. LOH.D   ROMNEY, PRESIDENT. VICE-PRESIDENTS, Cha les Dukeof Richmond H. D. of.fJorthumberland George Duke of Montagu Jacob P. Earl of Radn >f G.Aug. Lord Hafthfi eld Hon. Charles Marfbam Rijjht Hon. Earl of Fife Granville Penn, Efq. J ilhua Smith, Efq. John Enjlifh Dolbeh, Efq. Richard Crawihay, Efq.. John Wilkinlon, Efq. STEWARDS. Edward Hooper, Efq. 0�venS. Brereton, Etq. Sir H. Mack worth, Bar% James D-ivifon, Efq. Sir William Doiben, Bart. Sir Watkin Lewes, Knt. 694] Sir George Collier, Bart. William Blake, Efq. Clarke Woodbine, Efia* Samuel Rogers, Efq. Thomas Sheldon, Efq. JohnBaynes, Efq. By Order of the Stewards. SAMUEL MORE, Secretary. To    Tt    L  E  T .T, For a Term If-Years, and enterad uporj Immediately, THAT capital BREWING-OFFICE, and Premifrs, with an exceeding good Dwelling Houfe adjoining the lame, which i)trke is lituate in B0CK1NG, in the county of Effex, and late in the occtlpat&ih of Meffrs* William and Peter Goad. The ftockof cafks, beer, horfc�# drays, hops, malt, and bre�ing-utenGls, may be taken at, a fair appraifemeAt, and condfts of a capital new-built mafh-t in for ia qoartc-rf, coolers, copper, under vats, and ftore cafks for 1500 hotheads of beer, with-every other fuiuble, necelfrry, and coavenient utenfil, with leaden pipes to every caik; aa extenAve-old efjablffbxd cotuiection, with a itock of old and mild beer. Bocking.bner, in> point of quality, has a deci.ied pre'etence throughout the adjacent country. For -iutthjr pa'ticulars enquire of Mr. John Addifon, Banker, er Williarn OTiVer, Auctioneer, Sudbury; or of Mr. John Tabor, ofMr. J�nah Reeve, Booking. H. B. The L�< ellirg-houfe, Ute in the occupation of Mr. Peter Good, pleafantly fituJte in Bucking -afotefard, to be l�tt, �ndenured upoft immediately. Enquire of Mr.Th^maa Engiifh, of BocV.ng. ' v [617   

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