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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 27, 1790, London, Middlesex                                rViee Three-Pence Httfp&my Bin.*. ifl �i�;i VirTi From 8 A TURD AY, Marc* tjK to T UiE 5 D A Y, March 30/ :,if$o. ____J_j__^J_^^^MMMJ^^^^^M^^BtL^i^teiBm^�amMaMmmmBBaanaaaaaaaaaaaa^ -fo* ftt tONDON GAZETTEy'. �: WaTirsttALi* March �7. HE King , has laeen pleafed tograntto Wri- thje county of Stafford^ Eftp $Wuteriant ir� ,?M�r Majefty's Nayy, and hi* iflue by Mary Catheri�or M his wife, daughter aUtf* t only child of Edward ^Vl3f' Cdyney, late of Alton lodge-, in the tounty of' Staffordfhire^ Ei%; de-" Tceafed, his Royal Licence and authority to af-fume and ofe the furname and bear the arms of "fcoyney, in addition to thofe of Hill, puVfaant to the laft vrul and teitament of the faid Edward Goyney.; fneh arms being firft duly *xem-^plificds according to the laws of arms, and recorded in the Heralds OiSce ; and alfo to order lhat this his Majefty's conceiEdn and declaration be regiDtered in his College 6f Amis. t Carletan Houfe, March zj.    The Prince of Wales's afiXt iivfee is fixed for Monday the 26th Vf April. _ ...... . . Dublin Coftle, March �, if$o. On Sunday tte zift inibnt, at hoori, hk Excellency the Lord Jjfeutenant, in the Prokatce Chamber, and under \he "canopy^o'f (late, was pleafed to confer the honour of knighthood tlh Samuel Rowland, of the 'City of'Cork, Efo;.    . Vj Vienna, March V3.   His Hungarian Mijefty, Accompanied by the Arch-Duke Francis, arrived iiere laft night at ten o'clock, in perfeft health. v Field iM2nhal Haddick died here yefterday, and Is universally regrettedi iVttr'-Qjjki, March       1750. \tt ltgiment of life guards, Do&or William Jackfon it appointed to be Surgeon, "by piirchaie, vice Valentine Jones, who retires. sd Qsr Royal North ffritifli) regiment of dragoon*, Lieutenant Johnitrother Kir, from the ioth regiment of foot, to be Lieutenant, vice. Joftph Fortefcue, who exchanges to the half-pay of the jrjd regiment. Coldftream regiment of foot-guards, Captain Henry Greville to oe Captain of a Company, by purchafe, vice Lieutenant Coloneljtihn Manners Sutton, who retire*. bttro.^efegriWentworth Serle to be Lieutenant, vice Captain , Henry Greville. ftitto,' Richard HuHe, Gent, to be Enfign, viceWentworth SeVi    - Tin Regiment of foot (or the Royal Fuaileer's) Lieutenant George Stnqtf Smyth to he Adjutant, without purehaff, vice G. Orby Hao  #t>d re?^na. ioth rr*irnent,of foot, Lieutenant John Borland, from the jja!f-p^y6f the 734 regiment, tote Lieutenant, vice John Srrother Kcr, removed to the id regurient of dragoons. Conmijfiins jtgmtd by bis Majeftf for the Army ia b&mdj doted Fth. �8, 7ih'r�gimerrtof dragoo'a guard*, Mr. Dudley Hartpoit Coi chugh to be Corner, vice Head> prdmoted. t^thre^inentof foot, Enfign J*me* Lowry to bt Lieotenlnt, . vice "O'Connor, refigned. fcitto, Mr. jfehn Bjylj to be Enfiijn. Often, Martb 3^. We haVe^ ictoimWfrom fob $annat> that the floating batleries Were to pro/ ceed from Paijczora to Orfovaon the 28th of lift ' inonlh, and that the garrifon defended themfelves With great obiUhacy^--, * the bombardment of the place will commence in the middle-of next Hioflth, and if the fortrefs do^s not farrender itjsriil be l-ftormed. Orfova cannot have b**n tn fach diftrefe for provifions as was reprefehted, or it muithave ^ecn long ago obliged to 4uve fW rendered. As foon as the fate of this fortrefs it determined, part of the fiannat troops'will join tha array under th� Prince de Gobearg, and the other part will be united to the troops in Servia. The Bairam this year happens in the month of May, fo that the Turks cannot open the campaign (at leaft not with their main army) before the month of June. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, March i6. Wind N. E. Came down, and failed, with the Prince William Henry� Dun-das, for India, the Hope, Hubbard, for Bofion; and Two Brothers, Fifher, for Dublin. Remains in the Downs the Scout floop. Deal, March 27. Wind N. E. Came down, and failed, the Virtuous Grace, C.oates, for rton� duras.   Remains in the Downs the Scout floop. Grave/end, March 26. Pafled by the Two Brothers, Hanfon, and Anna Maria, Claas, from Embden. LONDON. Yefteiday the King, Queen, and three eldeft Princefles came from the Queen's houfe, to St. James's Palace ; and feon after twelve o'clock the Royal Family went in the ufual ftate to the Chapel Royal, where they heard divine fervjee, and a fermon by his Grace the Archbifhop of Canterbury, from ill Epiflle to Timothy, Chapter iv. Verie 8� Lord Bofton carried the Sword of State. After the Royal Family returned from Chapel, there was a Drawing-room. The Drawin,g-room clofed at half paft three o'clock, and foon after the Royal Family returned to Buckingham Houfe. The public days at St. James's this week are a Levee on Wednefday, a Drawing-Room on Thurfday, and on Friday their Majesties and the Princefles will go to the Chapel Royal, it being Good Friday*} the Lord Bimop of London, as Dean of the Chapel, will preach before the Royal Family. Yeftcrday morning his Royal Highneftthe Duke of Gloucester vifited their Majeftjfc* and the Princefles at Buckingham-houfe. Yefterday evening his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales arrived in town from his hunting-feat at Kempihot, Hamplhire. Friday his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales' was unanimously elected a fubfCribing Member of ..... j.....________,., the Society for the Promotion of Chriftian Know- t6rh reglpwnt of foot, Enfign Henry Vereker, from 38th    ledge.   The Bilhops of Chefter and St. David's foot^ to be Utotenanr, vice Parley, deceafed. were prefeog, and the meeting was remarkably full AdWr regiment ot foif, Lieutenant William Wrilox to be      - - -  - � 7 Oipt*in4 vice Hi'niltun, refi^rlhJ.  t>itto� Enfign Peter Ever ant Btrckworth to be Lieutenant, biteo, Mr. Jahn Dairyrtple to be Enlign. \tfi re|iment.of foot, Lteuteitant William Doaglai to be Captain, vice Munro� refighej. t>'tC�, Enfign Wil'lJtn BnveV to be Lieutenant; b.tto, Mr. Nicli >lai Evan* to be EnugA. 5Ith regiment of fapt, Lieutenant Darb) herring, froni the Kllf-pfy of the late 104th regiment, to be Lki|Kninr, vice BradfttV, exchanged. \ YoA tcglflient of foot� CaptiTn the H6ncrorable Veiey Kobx^ from- the jad foot, tobt Captain, rite PhrlUp** eicna�fed. l>itto> Mr* Henry Reddifl. to be Enlgn, vice Canr, refigned. C�m Bxthrt&*\ Lend**. JtJBTtfRXS of CO&N and GRAIN. Frist Mareh 1; te- Marth to, 17^0. fcftrtey - Beaai - Malt - Oats - Feafe - &ye -Rape Seed WKsa - Quar-s	Prixc	i	Average Prieb	 ten.		.	fh Quarter.	 	h    �.		I*	t.     d. 7**3	9190	a	t	5    6 �4�S	1714 1)1	1	t	3    4 419'	7*�7   1	0	I	IS    � 6;S3	545*  �	t	0	16    � 639	890 11		l	7   10 4*7		0	.1	S    0 		*^		 3407	Mi *	0	%	*   r Saturday arrived the Mails j*Hm Holland. and Flaadersj y'uanat March to. Since yefterday the general report Has been that, a war wiih PrulEa is decided; the Court of Berlin having declared to o'ur's> that thej had entered into a treaty of offenfive aad defenfive alliance with Turkey. We are �ijakihg the neceffary arrangements 16 fupport this WiUr vigofoafly ; Ru$a will affift us with all her ferces -f and it is not improbable that fevera other Powers may be engaged In th^ conteft.  t. James's. The Speaker of the Houfe of Comrhons by the death of his father^ receives an adjdition to his fortune of full two thoufand pounds per ann. The deciflon in the Houfe of"Lord> for the exemption of the Lawyers front duties,.will have a fevexe effeft on Edinburgh. P^erioBS of moderate fortune will feel reluctance at (fettling in a pUce where, fuch a multitude of the mod opulent Families being prfvitegedi the local rates rati with double weight on the reft. The explanation which a Countryman gave of the motto of the City Arms will be realized. The Motto is ttffi Dominus fruftra. The meaning of which was, 'ml fa\d, " Uhlefs you are a Laird yoa need not go there." The triuriiph of the Ariftocratical parry in Bra bant will     ' Pruffia come fular party, backed by Flanders,; and with 'aid rem France, will daily grow in ftrength, and will foon .regain the footing that it loft by the late tumults, In which the leaders were overreached* It is confidently reported, that the once fafflttl General Paoli has refolved to return td the ifland of Corfica, to partake with his countrymen the bleffings of liberty^ lately extended to them by the National Aflembly of France.- Whether his pCnfiort goes whh him, or hotels k doubt* �-.- - ExtmJt tf a Letter front Btrlhit Mbnb i 9* " A courier is arrived from Conftantinople, by -the'way of Venice* with accounts that the Treaty of Offenfive and defenfive Alliance between Pru&tk ^ and Turkey was figned the ioth of December, 1789) :nd is fully in force frOin the 16thof Ja nuafy laft." The Counted of Weftmorknd's nfew cbaeh is in the firft flile of elegance and magnificence^-. The body is of a pale colour, with elegant fef-j toons of painting fafteried by filver ftiids.-^The! crane neck Carriage, and the {brings, arefeeauti-; fied with a foliage of green pink and c^d.--Thej plated work is fiotihed whh fcrtat Uiie� The totaLamountjpf the produce of the %xc\f^ Cuftoms, $camps, and Incidents, for the week ending March z6, 1790V as delivered oh Fridayi is 35^*0731. is. 3|4i. The Guatdian 44. gun fhip, now Oh her wiy to Botany-bay, we^hed anchor at the Cape of Good-Hope^on the 13th of December iaft, with a fine freight jrf �nimals to ftock the new colony  there were on board a fcore of horned cattle, including two youog bujk, wtthJwrie*, iteeep, and goab. t    . Friday an entry of goods to America, was made at the CuftOm-houfe, to the amount of r 50,000!. ' Saffron Walden fair was full, and the prices of cows and hOrfes dear. The mail-robber, Jackfon, has confeffed the fafl. Norwich is to be much improved by a new road over the Caftle Meadows and Hog Hill. The Lord Chancellor has prefented Mr,. Buck-ridge to Newport, Shroplhire, on the death of Dr. Short. W. DaVenport, Efq; has prefented M . Da-, venport to Worfield. Mr. Sutton is ele&ed to the fchool at Bury. Mr:'Poftle has Redhath a�id Ringsfield, Suffolk. Mr.'1Wefley>. fo venerable from his age and adlive virtue, is, on his preaching circuit, at ShrewAury. Vefterday the following numbers were drawn prizes at Guildhall, viz.-Nos. 2,149, 2,461, prizes of 1000I.-Nos. 45,836, 28,436, 19,773, 33,488, pri7.es of iool.-^No. 11,551, a prize of Two boats, dredging for oyfters near Helbre Iiland, Cheihire, were wiecked on TrteiHay fe'nnight, and their crews, confifting of Ave men> loft. On Saturday the three foreigners Were again examined before the Sitting Magiftrates in BoW-ftreet, on fufpicion of having murdered Jofephusy a Sardinian, near Staines, and were fully committed to Newgate, to take their trial at the next feflions. At Bury affizes the 14 following prifbners received fentende of death, vii. John LiUfcyj Robert Heron, John Rainham,  aid John Bore-ham, for highway robberies; William Ranfprt, for burglary; John Barton and Thomas BrOwne, for ^houfebreaking; John Southwell and John Smith, for a deteftable crime; Franca Mallsj Hezekiah Sealie* aad Philip Aldridre, for horfe-ftealing; Henry Burgefe; for breaking open a counting-houle; . a\>d Henry ThuTlow, for burn glary. Before the Judge left the town, he reprieved the four laft. The other 10 were left for execution} Lilley, Heron, Rainham, Bore1-.ham> Barton, Brown, and Ranfon, at Bury; a*d Southwell, Smith, *nd Mills, at Ipfwich. MARRIED.]   "On Saturday,   Capt. Frt mantle, of the Coldftream regiment of guards, to the Hon. C. Gngley, fecond daughter of the late Right Hon. Lord Ongley.-^Thurfday, Colonel Loftus, of the Coldftream regiment Of foot guards, 'ft. Lady Elizabeth Townfliend, daughter fothe Marquis TDwnfhend.r^Monday laft, by fpe-cbL licence, at P redwood, in Staffordihire, the Hon. Edward Foley, to Mifs Hodgetts, of Preft wood. DIED.] Yefterday, at Greenwtch> in the 75th year of his age, Jbfiah Hardy, Efq; his Majefty's Confiil at Cadia.~Sunday, the 14th inftant, at Greenlaw-hill, in the county of Angus> James Carnegy,. Efq^rjFBalmathie.-A few days ago, the Rev. Ricnard Rider SHofti LL". D. 27 years Vicar of Newport in Shroplhire.-Friday> Mr. Edward Bright, Of Maiden; he was a de-^f now or lattt �f the City Road, Moorfiejds, MWdJefei, cabwet-nakeh) %pko}amr(, aad partscn; to Airnader April 6, 17* and May 8, at ceo, at Owldhs",. London. Attorney) Smith, TWviei�iBn, HWborn. Jckn Ridetwr^ Tne-mt* Rideottt, and Robert DoXbury the youAger* of Maoebefttt, XaBCtftire, iberehaott, manUfac. turer*, and cefanneii | to fbrrender April xj, xi, aad Maj S> at wee, attWBollVhead Inh, th MaacheHer. Attot. acyt Mt**IkliBerdine, ia ManeMlbw, or Mr. Edge, Rin/a-bench*�aiJui Jaofcir T�*�ftj l^ondoa. John Bitftorro*, latt of M��chtfterf Lanca{bireT waft-houfeman; to furrtnder dlpril ia, 13, at three, aoa M�j *, it Sve� at tbt Caliwa tavern, Cmltittl.vrreeti Maacbeflet. Attorney* Dardeo, OUhaai-fceej, ManeheAer, or Mr, Sharplcii C�;fltQt*ftritt, ChaDctry.Jaat, London. Thomaa M�kin, of Rltk|*�, Cheflrirej ftipwrieht, (fttn viriAg partner of >hn Waftiniftn* ofBulhgate, fiip*risht� deteafed} to furrtndaa Anrii 1, �, end Ma^ 8, at four, >t fte London Tavern, la Liverpool. Attorney, Mr. Pet* SBamei) In Llwoeoi. William Cooper, Of AJto�, ftaptti Jflaholder and coihtr. Rhode*, f$ji ani Cook,' ko, 10, *St. J*m  lifetn^ Carpenter and Harriay SMthw�r^.r , Richatd4vey, of ButcbethalJ ta�et ia the eJty>>f~i�t>dohJ   ��� pain)et abd |lahe^ tatorreneer April 14^17, aho^Max^ I at tenait ChiildliaB� London.  AtOwoeyv Alt.JDiasn, VU-^ liari^kjfttt, Siia�i.        .'      .      ,'        ^      . DMJft&to 69 HUutti Jamer Edwards, of Bridaje^abiet* Lambetn) Sorry) linen-draper; April an, at eleven, at GwMhall, London Ja6i-� Upchotch �nd Thomas tf Gnn�Uaae> HouadWitoh, Middltfer, ftnithj aad copartner*; May 4, at five, it Ottiidhali, Londom Mary Dire, of the Miaeajety Loodoir, oil and colour*^ man}. j�oeSk ktxm, at Goildhall, London', final'Die. Rrebard Datoo) of Warrington, Late inure, dealer ant chapfjtaj April .evtv at teto, at the White-ham in Liverpool. deorpje Waogh, late of the Striod. Mi��erek> line**, draper r April 1^ �atCuiWhall, Lonidoa, JamerFue^ of Fnh MreV -fesftr Anftie, Tofepa Smith, and W1Wa� Hi% Biiti vru) be given-.  - N. B. No Mtfe.'s bttthpfe freerof ftoftajje will be received or angered; jiniS-it is reqb^ftedjaftpe b�rt WpeQaWe Charac> tmiftA a^fwafj^ �>;ta�%MetiMe�i^u)':%u1i Letter* addrefi|d to Mr, Raid win, No. 45, Paternoite* to*> wiH be doly receivedAhi ahf*ered� [795 M 'O.^E Y ADVA N G E D*       v THE Nobility, Gentry, and othersi-jnay bi> immediately acctdinaodated f rooa 1 ool. to; Any - Amount, on the Security of-Freehold, Cup'yheiid^c^iong Leafeho]  In Diidrey, ih the Cbunty of Woreeftef, by Order of the Trufreei of Gilbert Fowrtes, fiibjecl to Conditions, AN undivided Moiety la. the Valuable Mine* of Coal under about 50 Acres of Land, called Tivfdal� Farm, in the pari/h of Tipton, in the County of Stafford, whereUpdn are feVeral Pits re^dy funic, a powerful Fite-Ehtine, Gifts, Ropej^ and every Re^juififfi for carrying on the Work-wpfchoat Belay j th% Cbat Is knafvn w be of excellent Quality, and the Mine from 7 to id Yards thick.  ' The above is advantageoufly fituated oa the Birminghara Canal, aad by the Side of the Turnprke-rOtA leading frbra Dudley to Weft.B'roeiwUb, adjoining'the Premises kaowa by the Name of Dudley-Pott. For Particulars apply tb Meff. Dlcfceri and Warren, At* tornies, Drayton,. Shropfliirc ] or Thomas Gibbon?, EfoJ WoKerhampton. [697 ....   .....�. .     .....�     ' r,'- snalftri to.aiM^nder April 9, at three* 10, and May 8, at �/the Liba and Lamb Inn, at Farnham, Satry. ten, ten*/, it TrtoMUr, of FirnhiBi, w At-Mcffr Td be Perempt?)riif SQ.iiD# , PurfuantDecree 0/ the Hi|h Coart.ot* Chaaetry, be fore John' Ord, Efq; one of thd Matters of the fai Court, at'hie Chamber* iri LlmotaVlOa, oa ^Tedaefdai' the z8th Day of April next,' at fill of the ClacJt^ io the AfternooiA, THE -MANOR of W ATT ON - itAtU fitnatff^t Wat ton, in the County of* Norfolk, and a. ERF-BHOLDiFARM within the Aid Manor, being Part of the Eftatea of Sir William Fleming, Knight4 ja t�� Lots, vifc : - _ Lot i. The Manor of Wattdo-Halh and the Qoit-R*nt�, Fiaeaj aad^Heriota thereto beton^ng,' predacmg aafluC 161. 111* par Annum one Year with another. .   ^ Lot II.Farm in Wwtoft afbr�ftid, cjlksd the Manar, or Nkatod-Farra 5. sotififti^g of a Fann*Houfc, with Uut* Suildiag* and Offices, and about sp^A. aR* 8P. of Arable* Meadow j liW Pafturt Land) daw th Leafe to Mr. Edward Crockky, a< ijoli per Anoum, fubjaa to feme fmall Outgoing^   ' .'  All flrhlbh feUbbS will be fold m Fee-Slmptei fubjed to the Contingency of Sir William Fleming's havingia�fui iflue to inherit the Eiiriej bnt he is now upwards of 56 Years of Age, and umnarried. The faid Farm lie* ctofe ctf the Mirket-Toim of Wattoa, in a fine fpbrtihg Country^ and one' S( the pkatantefi Parts of Norfolk* being about eight Miks from �arUDaxehanj� twelve Miles tlrdta Thetford, eight Mile, ftooi SwaaTnasn, x� Miles from Norwich, and po Miles fr
                            

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