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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 23, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L  O venin D   O   N. ) tit        ..-�� re- price Tfcifce-P'ince Halfpenny obit. From TUESDAY, March 23,  to  THURSDAY,  March  25,  1790. WEDNESDAY, March 24. From       LONDON GAZETTE. Warsaw, March 6. f:;-:;^?f^-r-ESTERDAY arrived in this city^^perron from Cherforu Wo brings ah account of the death of Mr. Howard, fo well known from his travels, and flans of reform of the different prifons and hof-pitals in Earopej This gentleman fell a vi&irh to V.if humanity ; for, having vifited a young Lady at Chertbn, ftek of an epidemic fever, for the purpofe of admimitering fome medical affiftance, h? caught the diftemper himfelf, and was carried olF in tyvelve days. Prince Potemkin, on hearing cf his ilbiefs, fent his phyfician to his relief from COUNTRY   NEWS. Wincbefter, March 20. On Friday an inqui-fttbn was taken at Alton, by Mr. Newlyn, on the body of John Faithful; The deceafed and a woman werp reqiieited to watch with a perfon u knr.wri, drefled in a failor's habit, who was 1 .xeirientally feized with the fmall-pox at a pub ;ic-hoafe at Alton .Butt*. In the ni|;ht he became delirious, in corifequence of a violent fever attending the turnoT the diforderj left his bed on a fudden, and with a clafp knife, which he took from his breaches pocket, {tabbed the deceafed in the left arm and iide, fo that he languished till the 17th inftant, and then expired. The Jury Found that he died of wounds received from a Derfori unknown, when in a phrenfcy\ The failor �'at-.d Hn the fourth day after the accident happened; &  H  I  P - N  E  W  S. Dea\ March 22. Came down, and failed with the Nimble cutter, the Triton, Richardfon, for Liverpool, ana Mayflower, Redhead, for New-foundlind.  No ifhip in the Downs.   Wind N. E. Gravejbnd, March zi. PafTed by the Beaver, 'Sloman,, from Hamburgh; Prince of Piedmont, Cockbum, from Legnorti; the Friends Welfare, Sions, the Three Brothers, Young, the Young John, jbhnYori; the Tvyo Brothers, Denton, the Three Brothers, Peters, the Hyo Brothers, Smith, and Young Hendrick,Hendrick; from Groningen. L   6   N  D   O.N. HOUSE of LORDS. THtJRSDA*-, March 23. Their Lordfhips ftct about half an hbuf paft twb o'clock. Several private^ road, and ericioftire bills, and bne naturalization bill, were read a fecond time. Read a third time, Manby's eitate bill, and the Abergavenny eflate bill. The Lord Advocate and the Solicitor-General w^r3 further heard, the former near an hour ; and the latter about one hour and a half; on the apppj) between the Lords of SeFton in Scotland, and the College bf JiifHce in Edinburgh, re-rpefting Jie F^or Rates; Mr. Adam, Mr. Wright; Mr. Dundas; ?..id two other Coiinfel remain yet to be heard on this Caufe. Adjourned at half part four O'clock till to-hiorrosv. The people of Hungary have caught the new tiifeafe, as it is called. . There is" a murmur prevailing in every clafs of the people, that it is an injury to them trj have a Ring who refides not among them ; and they talk of demanding from Leopold that he fhall hold his Court Li the kingdom.     ... . The.election pf a new Emperor is fixed for the 1 ft of July, and a new King of the Romans, it is expected, will be appbinted immediately after. A letfcr from Brufielsj bf the icjth current; announces a Very ajarming change of affairs in that Capital; The arutocratic party finding that the patriotic vcMnteers were hot tb be intimidated by decrees, nor orders of council/ frchn perfi/ting in the caufe of liberty; have, it is faid; employed a very dangerous engine to effectuate their pur-pofes; They hrrVe by mean's of rrioney, and other artifices, contrived to" fpirit up infurredtions arid tiots among the loweft dregs of the people, to balance- the1 increafihg power of the Patriots.- Thefe riots liavlng ho immediate caufej arc faid to owe their rife to this infernal project of the States of Brabant. The houres of the Patriots' only h2ve been attacked by this banditti. The Dukes D'rUfel and D'Aremberg, and Vlfcouni Walkiers, were the meh that facrificed flttjft in the caufe of liberty, have within thefe iew days been the principal objects of the verigeanee of this mob. The latter^^n particular, having facrificed 1 zo.eoo florins out of iris private ptirfe, fci the maintenance of the patriotic artnyj The ilorm comrrienced on Monday afternoon, and on Tueiday this hired mob' of plunderers deinolilhed the houfe of Mr. Chapel, a Baflkerj and two other$.-^*On Wednefday i having again jfTembled before the houfe 0/ Mr. Simon/ they were proceeding to pillage it, when a party of volunteers came up, and fired over their heads, which had the eSt&. to difperfe the mob' in that quarter. But they again muttered in another quarter, and deftroyed the houfe of an Apothecary; the volunteers having all along ftrift orders front the ftates not to fire. A party of Vifcount Walkiers' company being very ill treated by tins banditti, they were obliged to fire in their owrt defence^ and two men were killed. This wound up their refentment fp far againft Vifc. Walkiers, that they refolved lipon vengeance; and if the belt meafures had not been adopted for his faftty, in all probability that patriotic nobleman would have fallen a faennce to their fury. In the evening he was fummoned to the ftates^ and the refult was, that he has refigned his company nf volunteers. Wednefday was pretty quiet;-but on Thorfday, the plunderers again aflembled, aad threatened feveral houfes, At Malinei feveral lives were loft. Such is Ihe precarious fituation of affairs at prefent in this capital. One of the greatefl orators and boldeft fpeakers at prefent in the French AfTembly, is the Abbe Maury. His zeal fometimes tranfports and carries him a point too far-but it is a right zeal, a paflion for the eftablimment of constitutional liberty. In returning home one evening very lately, from the National Aflembly, he was fur-rounded by fome of the populace, one of whom was faying fomething difrefpeftful of him. He looked boldly at the fellow, and addrened him in thefe words : " Yes, I am the Abbe Maury ; mark me well, that, when opportunity offers, you may cut my throat, and, by no; miftaking your man; commit but one murder." Yefterday letters were received at the Duke of Leeds's office, Whitehall, informing his Grace that Mr. Dreffing, one of his meffengers, who was lately fent with Government difpatches to Sir Robert Mjrray Keith, at the Court of Vienna, was apprehended and put in prifon at Luxemburgh, being taken for a fpy, and is now confined there./ Monday Mr. Fitzherbert arrived in Town from his Embafly at the Hague. The Military Commiilion at Stockholm has confirmed the fentence pronounced againll Admiral Liljehorn laft year; but the Commanders of the Ships are acquitted of the charges brought againft them. The King of Pruflia has written another letter to the Prince Biihop of Liege, with the former offer of conciliation; but has- afTured him, that, unlefs he acquiefces by the 31ft of this inftant, the Pruflian-troops will on that day evacuate the territory of Liege, and the Prince muft therefore be an-Averable fur the confequences that may arife therefrom. A vote of cenfnre upon the legal conduct of a great law character in Ireland was loft by a majority of only 30 votes. In an argument on the coimty police bill., in the Houfe of Lords of Ireland, Lord Portar-lington, fpeaking of the Chairmen of the quarter feiiions lately appointed, obferved, " they vncre taken frbm the louccji order of men." Counfellor Doyle, who has been lately appointed to that office, having feen the remark in a newfpaper, Tent his Lord/hip this alternative-either to deny the words or fight. A duel is probably the alternative his Lordlhip will make choice of. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales has engaged a Scotch Highlander, fuppofed to be one of the talleft men in this kingdom, as he (lands fix feet ten inches ahd a half without his (hoes; his Poyal Highnefs intends to place him as Porter at the gate of Carleton-houfe, in the Highland drefs. An account is received of the death of John Hunt, Efq; Collector of the Cuftoms at Bafle-terre, St. Kitts, on the 23d of January laft. The above fituation is reckoned Worth 15001. per annum. ,   ,t   , Lord Abercorn has ordered all the poor people, wh6 choofe it, about Stanmore, to be inoculated at his experice. ' The Duke of Orleans' houfe in Portland flacei which cod 9000 guineas, fold on Monday for 5200 guineas. The bookfellers who are the proprietors bf Dr. Joiinfon's Edition of the Englifti Poets, in the true fpirit of gratitude, have fubferibed one hundred pounds towards a monument to the memory of their late diftinguifhed and mod refpec-table author; Laft week a gentleman at Edinbdrpi'h, of the nitme of Paterfon,' was tried for fending a challenge. The Jury found him guilty,, and the Court pronounced fentence, that he be imprlfoned for one month in the Cannongate Tolbooth, and till he find bail for 1000 merks to keep the peace for a year.     , , The Judges obferved, trlst this crime was fel-aoiti'cbmmitted, aud therefore they were inclined in this iaftance to lenity; but, for the information;, arid aS a warning to the public at large, �-hey declared, that if the like flfould happen againy a much heavier puniflinieni would be inflicted Upon the offender* A M*r; Greaves has difco^ered a method of ihaking �barfe Jiapeiand pafteboard from the bark ef the withy, equal in quality to that made from rags and old ropes/ and kfi in price by about five and twenty per �*nt; Yerterday the following number's were drawri Prizes at Guildhall, viz,-Nos. 29,256, 1,458, prizes of ioool.*-N#$. 38,942, 28,052, 43,7*5, prizes fif lot; The ftable ground, adjoining to the OperaT Bonfe in the Haymarket, is hired for the purpofe bf enlarging the new theatre, which the old proT ptietors are now bufy in preparing tb rai*b on the former foundation. Yefterday at ten o'clock, the three foreign aflaffins were biought tv> the Public-office, Bow-ftreet, before Sir dampfon Wright, Mr. Juftice Addington^ ?iid Mr. Juftice Bond. His Rcjyal Highnefs the Doke of Cumberland, and feveral other men of quality attended. It is principally by means of the attention of his,Royal Highnefs that thefe hardened mifcreants will very probably meet their fate. Three witneiTes attended', Mr. Hudfon, a publican of Staines, where the prifoners and the deceafed flept the night preceding the perpetration of the fact. Mr. Land, peruke-maker, whofe fervant fliaved all of them the morning after they flept at Mr. Hudfcn's. Mr. Henley, of Belfont, who faw the three prifoners after the fad was committed, and the deceafed was not in company. The prifoner's behaved with worfe than indif ference.-^They were informed by an-inierpreter of the nature bf the evidence given againft them. Two of them were committed to Clerkemvell, and one to Tothilfields. DIED.] On'-Wednefday laft, at his houfe at Lambeth, Mr. Bazing, timber merchant.-Saturday, Mr. John Chadwick, jeweller, in Cornhill.- A few day:; ago, at raid's Burn, in the neighbourhood of Edinburgh, Mrs. Dick, wife of a Chelfea penfioner, aged 105. B A N K R U P T S. Robert Loe, of Totnes, Devonfijire, merchant; to fur-render April 8, at three, 9, and May 4, at ten, at the Seven Stars Inn, in Totnes. Attorney, Mr. Arthur Farwcli, in Totnes, or Mr. William Brnwne, No. 9, Bedford-tow, London. John Eaton the elder, of Fsrrifigdon, Berks, nwltfier; to furrender March 30, 31, and May 4, at eleren, at tl>t Green Dragon Inn, in Farringdon. Attorne), Mr. Samuel Kinfty, in Furnival's inn, London. John Liffait, late of Hoxton, Middlef-x, but now a prisoner in the King'^-Bencli prifon, dealer and chapman ; to furrender March Z4, 31, at ten, and May 4, at five, at Guildhall, London. Attornies, Meff. Field and Brown, No ?, CliffWs Inn. WHIum fames, now cr late of Bedminfter, Scmerfetihire, and John Sh.utridge, now or late of the city of Briltol, boat-builders; to furrenler April 17, at four, 19, and May 4, at eleven, at the Full Moon, in Stokes Croft, in the c'>ty of Briflol. Attorney, Mr. Gabill, LincolnVinn, London, or Mr. R.Jacobs, in Brift"!. Roger l.angfliaw, of the city ef Chefter, linen draper 5 to j furrender Apiil *o, zt, and May 4, at ten, at the P.Lf-fom's Inn, in Foregate-ftreet, in the city of Chefter.   Attorney, Mr. David Francis Joies, in Chefter, or M:fl". Parker anJ Hawkfworth, Chancery lane, London. Lewis Claude Ou Mitand, of Great Suffolk ftreet, in the pariJh of St. M.min in the Fields, Middlcfex, merchant; to fur rem er April 3, zafsi ten, anU May 4, at nine, at Guildhall, London. At.orriiej, Mtff. Hayman and Cobb> in Clement's Inn. Dividends lt> be made. Rtrfirtt WTIlace, late of Guifbrcugh, Yorkffiire, Innhol-der i April 15, 4t twelve, at Mr. Richard Pullman's, inn holder, in Guifbrough.   Final Dividend. Thomas Palmer and ' Solomon Hodgfon, lafe of Mark lane, in tin ci'v of London, merchants and copartners 5 April =4, at fivs, at Cu Idhall, London.   Final Di�5dend. William Richards the younger, of Dtirflry, Gloucefter-iljire, viftualler: April J9, at twelve, at the White-lion, in Bro2d-!heet, in the city of Biiftnl. Richard Rted, of Stfahfe/, Glamorgan.'Hire, carpenter; April it, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Richard D r>nall, of Penryri, Cornwall, grocer and tallow-chandler ; April 13, at twtuve, at Mr. Olive's, the Golden-linn, at Penryn. Mofes Williams, of 'vVarringtonj Lancashire, fa'l-cloth- | manufacturer ; April 14, at three, at the BWlVhead inn, i in Manchefler.    Final Dividend. fames Hutchihfon, late cf Leeds, but aftei-wards of Rich � mondj Yorkihire, linen-draper} April 15, at three, at the ^ Ola K.ir>g';-arm9, in Leeds. Robert Donaldfon, now or hte of the city of Qhtfer, linen-d"'.aper j April 24, at'five, at Guildhall, London. Final Dividend. Edward Lloyd, of Fenchurch ftreet, London, grocer ; April 20, at ten, at Gu'ilJhall, London.   Final Div. E>iward Tkorp, late of Lombard-ftreer, London, watchmaker; April 16,-at ten, at Guildhall, London. Ricfiard Hatchinfon, late of Northumberland-ftreet; in the Strand, Middlcfex, coal merchant; April 13, at ten, at Guildhall, London* . Siriiuel Hocle, of" Moorfields, in the city of London, mon^y-fcriventr; April 17, a: ten, �t Guildhall, London. John Meggirr, pfKinglion upon Hull, merchant} April 17, at fix, at the George Inn, in Kingfton upoa Hull. Dividend adjourned. Robert Moore, of Pudding-lane, in the city of London, merchant)   May 29, at eleven,  at  Guildhall,   London. Final Dividend. Qeriifoatei to be grnf.ted. Richard Turner, of the City of Briflol, comf.clor ; on fc'r before April 13. John Heniell, late of Kcnnington, Surry, merchant and miriner, but now a prifoner in Klurpet 1 prifon, Northumberland ; oh or berore April 13. Thomas M^ears (partner wirh William Mears) of White-chapelj Middleftxj bell-founder; on or before April 1 3. William Mowatt, now or late of Doncaftcr, Vorltlhire; tallow-ehancllerj on or before April 13. William Own; late Chief Mate of the Brid^ewater Eaft Tridiaman, but rio\v of Unlan-ftreit, Bi/iopfgate-rtreet, London ; on or before April 13. Willi im Ball the Elder, late of Ip'3ocRr Leicerterffilre, but now of Le'.cefter giul, tailor; or; or before April 13, John Whider, of Sewardfou; EtTv, ftarcH-nuker} oa or bef re ApriJ i%i John Sin'thj Lite of Duke-ftreet, Grofvenor.fqii3Te, but now of George-ftreet, Portinan-fqwre, MidSleiex, bricklayer; on or before April ij. Abraham Bellamy, of the pari/h of Chrifichureb, 3urry, Blackfmithj dri or before Apr 1 13; Bankruptcy enlarged. Anfelmo Nathan, late ot : c. Mary axe, Lindo'n, mer-haat; to (wrreadei Match 26^ at ten, at GniUftull. T W HAT tlie Partnerihipbet"--a-'i and RICHARD GRAVi     ':'.-',-.;!.:! FARM, in th^P-rijh called Wai:n.;irti. 1J..      . . County of Efl'ex, Farmer*', is this Day d.ii !vt: .. CrnCent. Ail Perfont indebted to the faid Partrjerfiip arr /. - ....... pay the t>m.e to the./aid John Gr 7, who will difenar.:-Iaw:ul Demands thereon. ' .   ..' JOHN GRAY'. Claverhambury-, fanuary j'o-,. 17^6.   � ;v- | 714 Cn Thurfday Evening, the nth Inftant, fuppofed to h:v� been lt  that the Property miy beKCCvererf, v/iil bf rewarded for their Trouble, by applying to Mr. Lowndes, ReJlior.-Square^ Holbun ; or at the Public-OfHce, Bow-Streer.  ,     [74$  HERTFORD  and  MJDDLESiiX.   " SAINT  ALBAN's  ROAD, NOTICE is hereby girenj That a General Mrerio.i of the Truftets ap. oioted to put in Executionv the feveral Ads of Parli.ment for repairing the Highways leading from the Fold, in the County of f;!'djiefex, tj Shafford Houfe, in the County of Hertford, is appointed to be heidat the-Woo'pick I"n, in St. Alban's, oh Monday, the 16th Day of Apri1, 1790, by eh.ven ot' the Clock ip the Forenoon ; vuhf 11 the Tuiis, p yab.e at the two Gates of St. Alban's and Soutn-iV.iii.s, w'^ll be Ictt by Auction 10 the beft Bidder, for any Time n it etceeding th:ce Years, nor b!s than one Year, on his fi ding pioper Security for the pundual Paj meat of the Rent thereof. The faid Tolls are. now Ictt to M r. Tho-nas Waters, Stationer .of South A"dtey ftreet, GroWenor-fquare, London, for the Sum of one Thoufond five liundred and t'v;nty Pounds per Year, for three Years, ending the 18th Day ci: June, 17^0, at twcl.� o'Cloek a: N ion. Ey Order of the TruMeesi 689] _W. K.EN TlSHj, Clerk;--, Newark, .Feb. 14, 1790. , HERE AS fome Ferfon or Perfons betv\'ecri the Huuvs of Sevpnand Nine in the E\tningi>t the rith Inft. flojeoutof a Bed room in the Hoo/e of .Mr. William Thompf^ni the Saraceo's-H^ad Inn in Newark-upon-Trent, a Leather Portmanteau, and : Learh'r Trunk, ron-r taining d1'ive''s wearing Apparel; and ibir.e Moriey } whicHt faid Portmanteau and. Trunk, were 4.fttr*ards found concealed in the faid Town ; and two fVriped Silk Purfes con.f taining liGu'ncas and fome Silver, were takin out of th* faid Portmanteau. Notice is hereby giver', thai wlioev'er wiil give Information of the OJtijnaer 01 t'fteiiders, To that he, fhe, or thejr may be convidted ^f the faid Offi.nce,, fkall receive * Reward] of Twenty Guineas from,the faid Mr. Thotripfon. And if any one of the laid Offenders will difcover his, or her1, Accomplice, or Accomplice-, they fiia'l receive the fame Re- WUd. A tall flendef Man, of. i-"red. Cjrnp'.e-ftion; with a.dark Pepper and Salt.Coat, a rfctind Hat and Silk plated Stocky in;;s oni was feeh lurking  bout the faid Inn-near the Tim; of the above Robbery being committed. .  , .   T4l* To be SOLD by Private Contraft, ALL or any Part of the ESTATES of LLORAN and PEN/BONT, in the Cpontirt of Denbigh, Montgomery and Salop ; v;ith'm Eight Miles of the Market-Town of Ofweujry, and Five of the Maiket-TbwB; Of Llanfylling. The Eftatei are in a good Country, withiri a feonveflient Dilfance of Line and Coal, have an extertiive Sheepwilk, and the Buildings are in good Repair. f 696 Mr. Samuel WhrtrY.-ld, bf fc!or�ti, will fhew the Pr�-milles, and further particulars may he had of F.awird Corbet, Ef4;_ of Ynis-y-Maengwyn, Merionethfhtrc ; or Humphrey Jones, Attorney, Machynlleth, Montgomeryshire. "CROSBY's HOUSE-AGENCY OFFICE,-" Briiton - t-treer,   Bcrk'ley - Square. IMLET - PARK,  Northamptdnfliire. To  be  SOLD  by  Private : Contraft,' ACapital FREEHOLD-ESTATE, conMing of an elegint, fp.tcious, and modern (lone-built Alan* fian, with all requilite attac'ied and detacheJ Ogees', extraordinary good Stabling for twenty Hirfes, whith ire alfo built of Stone, and fanned ; Staudinit for three Carriage';, 4 good Kitchen - Garden willed, Fifli - Ponds; and Plan. ; tation's.       , . The whole delightfully fituate in a beautiful Pirk outK-Wcrl Difr tripsin thi fa;d City, and a^a the Had Jo-Bar, North-Weft DiftMifr, leading to' CJainfb.irough; in the County of Lincoln, will be putupt^be LETT by AUCTION, on Tuefday the 4th Day of May next, between the Hours of eleven and two^ at the Rein-Deer Inn; in this City, for the Term of one, two* or three Years, to commence frim die ;(t Day of July neit, as ftia'1 be r.greed at the"Timi of letting the; feme, in the Manner directed by an A& Ot' PnlianierttpalTed in the 13th Year of the Reign of his" prefent Majefty Ki^g George the Third; for regulating Tufrlpike-Roads; which! Tolk *ere lett for the la'l Year, at the yearly Rents 0* 1. 5.86 203 119 Sums following, via> Lincoln Bdr, 9o:nh-Eaft D'iMQ, it the Sum of      -Braccbridge Bif, South-Weft DiftricT* at the Sum of Haddo Bar^ North-Weft Diftrifl; at the Sum of And which will be put up fevir.illy at thefe Sums, Whoever happens to be the b:ft Bidder, muft at the fain9 Time give Security, vVith fuffilSient Stifcties, to the Tru*ee� of the f iid Roads, for the Payment of the Rrnts agreed foft and at filch Tiroes as they fhall order and dir�it* JJy Order, RICHARD w1lt.c0ck^ 707] Cierk td the Iruftees,   

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