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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 18, 1790, London, Middlesex                                  4 Price Three-Pence Halfpenny only. From  THURSDAY,  March  iS>  ta SATURDAY,  March  20;   1790 8802 it FRIDAY,  March 19'.    . Yefterday afri-ved the Mail from France. Ancona, Fe�. 8. If-C^r^-^^LETTER From Ragufa, ^'fJ)^ >Vi')' dated the 15th of laft O/A'f- ( A J month, informs us, that dfffi w ^ they had of late obferved l-?fV.p^3^A:'?- foflie extraordinary 010-�T="" ' ' tions amorigft the principal Chiefs of the Bofhi-ans.   On the 7th a Tartan palTed by that place, fent* by the Pacha who commanded that province with difpatches for all the Agas under his' authority, jj^mmanding them and the Chief; of the Law. 10 repair, without delay, to Trtionich, where he was to hold a Council with them on matters of the utmoil importance ; the nature of thefe matters is not known, but bine imagine that they are relative to certain ejions-to be made to the enemies of the Porte ; i-lulft others are of opinion that it is to confult bout forming aa ofTeofive league for the defence f the State. The Porte, it feems, can no longer depend on he atfuhnce of the Pacha of Scutari, who, hav-ng failed in his lafc expedition, is not difpofed 0 enter upon a frelh one, and has in confequence iilbanded 3000 cf his troups, 300 of whom have embarked at Ragufa for their own country. -        S  h  1  P - N  E  W  S. Veal, March 1?. "Wind N. E. Came down laft nighty and failed, the Greenwich, Lock, for the South' Sea.   No ihip in the Downs. Grave fend, March 17. Palled by the. Met-k:\ity, SandlanJ, from Malagaj Guardian. Craige, from Naples 5 Greyhound, Connor, from Virgin !a ; ahdEigle, Guniton, from Dunkirk. LONDON. Yefterday the Queen had a Drawing-room at St. James's Palace. Prefetft: their Majeures and the three elder Princeffes, and Duke of Comber-land, who came in ilate. French, Spaniirl, Sardinian, Dutch, Prufiiarij Swedilh, Danifh, Por-tugiiefe, Neapolitan, PoHih, and Venetian Milliners ; and the Nobility and Gentry generally as .-at the King's Levee on Wednefday. The female part of the company were as folio'.vs : DucheiTes of Richmond, and Beaufort; Dowager-Beaufort, Ancafter, and Bolton." Countefles of Glafgow, Cavan, Carlille, Ba-thurlt; Dowagers A\ lesferd, Aylefhniy, Su/tblk,-Hliringtcr., and 1 icldenit'fTe, Lady of the Bed-chamb?r in Waiting. ^Ladies Caaogan, Pelham, Sykes, North, Loughborough* Gage, Fiudyet^Clirford, Young-, Enrdiey, Blackwood, KFig, Sinclair, Finch, Leigh, E. Waldegrave, T. and J. Thymic,. G. arioM'. BJthurir, C. Paget, G, Oertie, F. Douglas, A. and W. Gordon, L. and E. How, J. Dawkhis, Tvl. Cameron, nr.d C. King. ii'treMi.-s Montagu, Harley, Bland, D.-um-mond, Douglas, RamfJeri, Stanhope, Tieale, Ivlart'n, Da-., kins ; Mines Finch, Gage, Pelham, Courtney, ami E. Courtenay, Sec. The Royal Family retired at four o'clock, when the Court immediately broke up. The King gave an audience to Lord Dover a Hiort tihve ; after which, their Majeliies and the Prin-ce.Tes returned to Buckingham Houfe. >refcnta tions yelletday wore the fame as at the Levee, with the addition of Ladies H..and T> Thynnc, hv Lady HoldcrneiTc ; L. and C.i Paget, by the Ccuntefs of Uxbridgej and Colonel Lerlox, by the Duke of Richmond ; and Mr. and Mrs. Montagu on account of their marriage. The Duke and Duchefs of Beaufort, Duchefs Dcwagcr of Beaufort, Iiarl of Strathhaven, Lord and Lady Clive, and Lady Fludyer, were at the Drawing-room for the fir it. time this feafon. At the Drawing-room yellcrday, John Palmer, Efcj; Comptroller General cf the Po'l Office, was [�relented to hev Majcity by Lord Vifcount Bay-ham, and had the honour to kifs her Majeicy's hand.-   C7"to;:. We are" ivS(7r:r;"d, frc -n :'. � b"ft r.'.thority, -ha; Earl Fitzwillian'. r..r ^.d ;.! * - t'---eftates of Roger Parker, i/.-,; in the city and eichbourhood of Peterborcs^h. $ i Watkm Williams, Efq; is appointed Lord Lieutenant of Merionethfhire, and not Denbighshire, the latier being held by Richard Wyddel-ton, Efq. On Friday laft, John Campbell, Efq, Member fos Cardigan, prefented to the Houfe of Commons a petition from the proprietors and landholders of twenty-four parilhes of Pembrokeihire and Carmarthenlhire, againft Haverford-wefl: road-bill, then in the Committee ; in confequence of which, the bill has been fince withdrawn. The Noailles Colleclior) of Pictures, lately brought from France, will probably contain Pictures cf moil of the celebrated characters that figured in that kingdom in the la(t century, and of courfe will be much the objeft of curiofityi Several Eiiglifli fhips have been feized in the Weit Indies for having a quantity of red herrings, on board. They had been clandeftinely exported-to the Ifknd of Madeira* and there purchafed by thefe lhips, not knowing them to be contraband. A Profpect. Tower of a vaft height is about to be erecced at Fonthill, by Mr. Beckford. Itis defigned by Mr. Wyatt, and is intended to be 100 feet fquar2 at the bafe, and 250 feet high. The Lord Chancellor has caufed notice to be polled up in all the offices, of the CJpurt of* Chancery, that fuch Committees cf the Efbnes of Lunatic ks "v vho fhall negleft to pafs their accounts on or before the laft dav of the enfuing Trinity term ([(.me 23) fhall have their recognizances immediately put in fuit againft them. Wednefday a Court of Directors was held at the Ea'l-India-houfe, when Capt. Pete.r Douglas, of die Qneen, for Madeira, Madras, and Bengal, and Capt Angus M'Nab, of the Menry Dundas, for Bombay and China, took their leave of the Court.  - The anniverfary of St. Patrick was very nu-mcroufly attended,'and many large fubferiptions fent in by the ladies of Ireland.-It is a pity that the tyranny of cuftom fhouli prevent fo many benevolent and beautiful women from afibciating on fuch occafions.  We were misinformed in the name of the Captain of the Vanfittart Eall-Indiaman lately loft. Her Commander was Captain Leflock Wilfon, and not Captain Henry Wilfon who loll the Antelope packet. The latter now commands the Warley Indiaman. Yefterday the following numbers were drawn prizes. At- Guildhall, viz. Nos. 9,310, 28,685, prizes of 500I.-Nos. 2,514., 12,356, 24.,68c;, 44,735, 565,' prizes of 50I. each. On Monday while the Duke of Cumberland was out with Ida hounds, near Staines, the dogs traced the blood of a mnrthered man from the road to a ditch/ where the body was found, mangled in a fiiocking marner. He is fuppofed to have been one of four' foreigners, who were feen on the' Saturday preceding at Staines, where they flept at the White-Lion, and the deceafed had paid for thpm al;, appearing to be the bearer of a well-filled purie. From every enquiry that has been made, it clearly appears, that the three perfons who committed the murder upon the, body of the poor foreigner (who, it fcems,, was a Sardinian) on Sunday laft in Belfont-lane, were three pf his fnip-mates, viz. Anthony, a Venetian-Phararo,, a Genoefe-and Stephen, a Ruffian or Venetian--three feamen lately belonging to thef Crown Prince, a Swedifh (hip, that arrived at Portfmouth On Friday fe'nnight. The perfon who was on Tuefday morning found dead upon the platfonri- by hBlackfriars-\>ridge, and reported to have. ;bferi" ir^uidered,' was yefterday morning ovyned.^He. was porter to Mr. Burkitt in Cheapfide, his namer is :Bl.ifs>. and he had been in St. BarthomewV hofpital for a fever three weeks. He was difcharged fhe preceding day, and had the day before fent five (hillings, and a prayer-book to his-filter.-It is mod probable that, owing to the weaknefs �f his head, the fall that occafioned his death occurred accidentally, as the contufioh upon'his forehead and his wrill are the only marks of violence found upon him. At the aflizes for Nerfolk, Thomas Jackfoh was found guilty of robbing the mail on the S'.h of January laft, and fentence of death was almoit immediately pafled upon him; John Beckett was convicted of the murder of Edward Allen ; James Cain and Royal King, were convicted of highway robberies ; William Smith, Henry Neale, and John Browne, of burglaries; was found guifty' of horfeftealing, -Grant of fhopbreaking. At the affixes at Stafford the following prifoners Were capitally convicted, viz. Edward Green, John Stokes,'and Daniel Hall,   for burglary at the Lock-horn^,   Smethwick;  Jofeph WafTell,' for robbing the houfe of J.Nicholls;   William Boiiiton,  for a burglary in the honfe of Mr. Walker, of Afton;  William Belldfs,' for a bur-of Mrs. Turner; DavidLloyd aiias Afhwood,  for horfeileai-Sroekely, lor fhcepftealing ; and for   ftealing   three   twinters, : rr.. Stokes, and Waflill,  were left fpr cxe-c-.it:jn ; the cafe of Flatl is left for the opinion of the twelve Judges ;   the others .were reprieved. During the trial  of Wafi'-ll,  Sarah  Ft mm ins, yae- of Wh MfitneiTes,   having perjured h-erfeM> Wa? immediately tried for that crime, convicted, and ordered to bi imprifoned 12 months. Tuefday evening Mr. Graltohi ftf Bedfordfhire, was attacked near Finchley "by three footpads, who robbed him of three-guineas and fome iilver. The fame evening fome thieves ftole out of the fhop of Mr. Sheen, of Taviflock-ftreet, a piece of Florentine fdk, with which they got clear off. MARRIED.] A few days agO> at Carieton-Huftwi�M| riear Thirft, Mr. James Coaies, to Mifs Ann Merrick, after thirty years courtfhip. DIED.] On the 2d in ft. at Lifmore, in Ireland, in the 80th year of his age, the Rev. Henry Gervais, LL. D. Archdeacon of Cafhel.-On the 8th init. at Bath, Sir John Coghill, Bart, of C6g- j Hill-hall, Yorkfhire,-Thepthirirt. atKingfbridge, Devon> in the 79th year of her age, Mrs. llbert, relict of William llbert, Efq; of Bowringfleighj and great aunt to Lord Vifcount Courtenay.-At Portfmouth, on the i6thinft. Mr. William Read, fenior, an eminent filverfmith, and ohe of the burgeiTes of that borough. John Benfley and William gh- riie houi Jones. Yar This Day was putliflisd, Price is. 6J. SUI.CIDE,   a   DISSERTATION, Printed by M. Vrint,  in  Aveuuiy-Iine j ' U,Yl hj S. Hayes, in Oxford-ftne:. [680 To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of SOU FHAMP i ON. CenrlKmen, HAVING been this Day appecved rf as proper |-*� foos to reprefent this County in P.uibnifnt, at ei-e next Central Eh-itlon, at as num'.Tnus a Cuun.y Nleeting as wa: ever adembled on a (i:n':l rOccalijn, ar.d by a Majority fo decide !, a? to leave no doubt in die Mind of any as to the Se.;i!e of the County in our Favjur, we tAe thi: Liberty, join l), to l-'licit the Honour of vour v'otei an.1 lntcrclls. We ais perfuade-l' that the uncommon Succefs we have each met with in our Canva:, as we'll as the general Voice exprdFed t lis Day in our t'avotn, proceeJs irom your Zeal t\i the Independence of ;he County. The E:ic-.;tir?ger.jent which we have already received, leaves us little Roivn to doubt of our fln.il Succefs : but we tnft, that even lb flittering a Profpi-,irl will rot induce our Friehas to rela* from their i'xercions in our Favour, if our Oppo-' nfnts fhouli, ncitwith'landir.g whj: ins jailed this Day, ^er-fvvrs in their Intention tei go to a 'foil. 1'i-rmit us to afl'ure you, that if *e ftiouitl liave (he g^od Fjr.uno to be the nbjefts -.'f your Choice, we ihall end-avour m d;.v:li3rge our Duty, as Repn'fentatives of thisgieat and rcfpeSablr Ctunty, by a cor.itaot artdution to k" pa tir^Tar-Inrce'fs, m well as by fupporti^g the tru:: Pnnc j;'.ss of the Couftitut'th, a:id by endeavouring to promote the general Hrofp riy of the Country. We have the h nnurtobe, wi'.h the Wer/Tieft Graiitjde, and the iinccreft Refpecl, Gentlemen, \Our moft devoted anH fair'-fu-l Sc rvarrts, WILLIAM HEATHCoTE, WILLIAM CHUTE." Winchefter, Jan. T4, T790. [187 To the Gentleman, Clergy, j.nd Freeholders of the County of KENT. Gentlemen, ICannot too foon exprefs my lincere Thanks, and moft graceful AcumwieJjirienfs to jou, f ^r the verydif-tui^uilhiiig Marks of your g >od Opinion, and the flattering Earneft of your futiue ge erous Intei ti>.-ns towards me, ex^ empiiri-d in the exTaordinary Concourfe of my Kr e i.1, :md exceeding grcit M ri'.y of Electors in my Favoui, acknowledged fiora the Chair, at my Nomination at Maiditor.c, this Diy.  Public Frofeffi-ins on thefe O.-cafinvis are'not a!.va\s the fare Pledg :s at' a fubfrquenr correfponcing Conhii- : 1 fed Nothing, iio'At�"r, in my own Bread that inclines ;nc, in th-e leafr, to fupprefs an Avowal of my Principle* and in-dependence ; and I hope it will not be deemed Pt:f,nrption in me t� deehu-, that if a Heart, anirr.ated "�ich a teivent Zeal and Love of my Country, firn.ly attached to its con-ftitutiorjol Profptrity, tne Permanence of the eftabiiflica Churchy the n'earelt Inteieirs of this County in particular, and .to a Concurr-nce in public Meafures, no longfr than as they are likely ro pro note thole facred important-Points, may beconfi.iered as .eco:nincndatory to yourChcice: I d.) but yield to the Dictates of my own-in my Wifn, pacticn ly to combine thefe Sentiments witii that Service as Reprefentative of this Cou.ity in the next Parliament, for the Honour of which I am now a Candidate. I KariaeiUy entreat a C mtnuancc of  your beft Endeavours to accomplifli this mo't a-fuab'e Objedl to me, and yaur Votes ano fteady Support, whenever the Day of Election fhall be.app -inted. J" 1 a;-n, Qcntiemen, With unfeigncl R?gnd, Your mod devutsd n<- f.-iriiiul hni'l'le Servant, MaMfloRe, EDWARD KNaTCHBLLL. March S, 1750. [64S Publijb'nig ty Subfcriftioi, Dedicated, by Perniiiii ri, cj His Royal Hi^hnels the DIKE of CLARENCE, And under the Patronage cf His R--v.il Highnefs the PRI\CE of WALES $ Hif Roya! Highnsfs th� DUKE of vor.k.; His Royal Highnefs the DUKE of GLOUCESTER ��, and lpreac Nnrrber of the NOB11.7TY jn-i GENTRY, ATOUR to the ISLE of WIGHT; embel-Jithcd with a Set of E.nrravingj in A^ua-Tmta; confining of Tl.irt'/ difr-rent View* taken on that dciirhtful Sp it j which contains fuch an AH'emblage of Wood, Water, Hills, Dales, Shipping, t lgether with Views of Portfmouth Ha hour, the Town, Port, and River of SoUthanipton ; as is Uarcely any where to be paralleled. 1. This Work will c  wheic Subfsripti^i will be received.   [313 Meeting of the COUNTY of WARWICK.. THE Magi-ih-ates and Gentlemen of tne Cpunty .ini Borough of Warv.i.f; j re deli;- - :�. meet in ihe Grand Jury Room, on Thu. fdayj the 25'h of Marc hi at Eight o'Clock in the Morning, t" ti^e ir-.to Confi era.ioa fome Di'fiCulties which have occiirrcxl wiHi regani ro the BmI for eniargi e 'h- Caol. To   the   CLERGY. WANTED by a refpeitable Clergyman in Prieit Orders, anJ Graduate of one of the Univer-firies, a CURACY, in either Town or Country; not extced^-ing So Miles from the Metio^lis. a Ltn�, addre(i"edtJ a. B. at Mr. Tinfon's, Chariuj-crofs, will be immeiliately atteoled to. _        \~o?> '    NOTICE is hereby given,      ' ^" HAT the Partnerftiipbewccn JOHN GRAY and RICHARD GRAV� of CLAVEiUUMBUR Y FARM, in the Par'.fh called Waltbam-Holy-Crcfs, in the County of EflLx, FarrrierSf is this Day diflblved by mutual Confent. All i'eifo-.s indeHredto the f.ud Tirtnerfhig are cfj'-flcd to pay the fame to the faid Joha Gr^y^ who will cifch-Tge ail iaw ui Demand*, thereun. John cray. Clave'h imhury, fmusryso, 1790.      ' !/i.'r .       _ L O \V ll~R S. ^JOW in fii'l Bloom, at AJlport's Nurfery, in. ^ HaCrine.-Rcad, near Shore".itch-Ch:nc > Wierv ,f Rr.le , Pinks, and thcr cu'K.us forced Flowers, in I'.u-., and fur Nofeg'.ys j alio Green-Houfe i�d Ho:-IIoufc P a;.' i wiihrverv Aitick in the "uivfsry and Seed Bulintfs. ALLPORT begs to eff'er ais :.ri:ei'ui Ackn-isv:edgs:j.cn-.s' to t:-.e Nobilirv. Gentry, and his Cuiomers in gfneri , their rep-a'ed Fivours, the Continuance if w'.i ch l.e w (lilt e-'deav .ut t  merit b/ t -.i- ifKing every Aiticle of t'.e :-e CJuality on rc-atoji-Jhle Terms.   1 [6-i N DISSOLUTION of PARTNERSHIP. QTICE is- Hereby given, That PETER HARTLEY 'and CORNEV TOM LIN SON, of LANCASTER, WooiVn Draw s, iiave this D y; '-y mutual Coi-.fentj a,:red to d'tlUve the PartneriTiin, now fub-intmg between th-jrij on the aot'n of March InHat: ?rrl have alio mutually agreed, that all the cutiUndiivg Debts owing to, and *ll the Acccuntsdue fro-:: them, (lull he re. ci-ivcJ and paid bj tlie faid Peter Hartley ; and rh3t they fe-ver^lly ;nte id, alter the fa;d 2c;h rf March Ihfl-ant, to cjir^ on their faie Buiinefs in Lancafter afjicuid, on then hp^.are Accounts. Dated at Lancafter, die 4th of March, 1700. PETE-  HARTLEY, Signed in the Prefe ce of        CORNET TOMLINSOT^i JOHN DOW BIG GIN. [6 3?. ---;---:-------:-r* WORCESTERS !i Ut. To   be   L E T T, Ami entered udo-i imm-diafly, ASTLEY-FIOUSE," innate ii> the pariih of" Aftiey, a d.y, plcafant and hedrhy lituati n as any ill this coun:y. This is a modern houfe, lias been lately improved at a very c-mfiderabie expence, and is particularly delirJ able to any genceel family. There are two gardens, good fifh-poo!?. and about tei* acres of meadow and pafture ground. The neighbourhood abdu- ds with game, where then a?e two packs of hounds. Tiia houfe is diilant froni W.,rcefter ten miH':, tram twj other good iparket-towns tour miles, and one mile irorrt Stourport where the Staffordfhire Canal join's the Severn. For further pirticulars enquire at Mr. Gardinei's, Nj. 664 P iterno.lei-row, Lomiut. j and at Mr. J. Glover's, Ba;:kerj vVorceilgf. _� [70^ ':       ESSEX. - To   be   SOLD, And PoliJinin delvered at Michaelmas next, A LL that complete  FAR M,   called th� �&. KIL'OflEN  (being a Manor wMi'm itfel:),   in tUe Par'fh of Bulmer, in the County of Etlex, near Sudbury, Suffolk ; c.vntaining a.bout 228 Acres cf very x'':d Arih\c, J\l�adovv, and Pafture Landj with a fine Mine or Ciialka.id % Lime ivilii. Alto, one other Arao'.e FARM, t i.lej O^ICGS'S, in the laid i?ii\(h of Buhiier, cdntaining about 114. Acres of very good Lind. For Particulars apply to Mr. Andrews, Attorney at Law, Sible-Hedingharn, ElFex j or Mr. Lvween, No. 4, Hal* born-Couit, Giay's-lon.     , [538 Addrefs  to all genteel Families  in general From No. ?, Great Rufl'ell-ilreet, C. vent-Garden. M' R. FAVRE, Cleanfefand Beautifier of Ma* h 'gany m Ordinayy to.his Majefty's Houfh Id, aud all the Royal Family ; ufing for thit PurpeTe h;s matclliefs Compofition, called F. BROWMWOOD's SYLV^KUS FERON1A, whiiih Mr.Favre confidently aflures the Public Sands unriv-dled, and is recorded upon a fingle Trial as fuc':, for cleaafir.g, poiilhip.^ an J he*u:.ifying Mahogany Furniture, tft'ic:nb'the Scans the:e.f, even Ink, and infallibly reatjrin^ in ..rn ; Moor. Ko. joS, Oxford-fbeet; Keiifl, N-'. ?o, Hay market; Munetl, No. 228, Oxford-flreet j Sovi'.hfifi, No* 27, St. jamesVflreetj Berber, No. 85^ Sttaud ; Swan, No. 14; Patiiirjicnt ftrtet ; De la Grange, No. 36, Grceitv ftrfeet ; and no where elfe, iri London.      Pray per ufe attentively his Bills of lnftru&ions, fulljf authenticated, in
                            

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