General Evening Post, April 1, 1790

General Evening Post

April 01, 1790

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 1, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O N D O N. ) A*. Price Three-Pence Halfpenny oklt. From THURSDAY, April i, to SATURDAY, April 3, 1790. 88ii FRIDAY, April 2> Yefterday arrived the Malls jrom Flanderfr "ttnj France. Hamburgh, March i. battalions of infantry, V-^'^*}}!/. making in all 85,077 \^%i~Js*^J/Q meQ* 0f thefe tr00ps i+i&Zr-C-AC'U*tj>yf�;;\ Ii,6j8 infantry and 520 horfe are deftined for the fjrvice of the garrifons 5 the reft are compleat, and ready to march. Frankfort, March 15. They write from Plefs, that the merchants and moil part of the inhabitants, on account of the preparations for war snaking there, are determined to retire with whatever they can take of their property and effects farther from the frontier. Bshgna, Feh. 21. We learn by fome private letters from Venice, that fome galley (laves, thained to a galley, in number 300, roie, and made themfejves mailers of the galley, and proceeded with it 0 Dol ij on the Brenta, where they landed, and from thence went by land to Verona, where ir.oft of them were born. The Republic has, howeven fent a large detachment of cavalry after them. They have' committed a number of robbciies wherever.they palled. COUNTRY-NEWS.- Bath, March 31. The Rev. John Walters, of tVome, is prefented by the Marquis of Bath to the rectory of Lullington, in this county. The Rev. Thomas Coney, LL. B. Reftor of Breamorc, has lately been inllituted to the living o.f liatcombe, with Spargrove annexed, in this "county, in the gift of Bicknell Coney, Efq. Wolverbafr.-pton, March 31. On Monday laft an incjuifuion was taken at the Four Croffes inn, before Mr. Warner, Corsr.er, on the body of Mr. Wi!k* Williamsj a paiTenger in the Chefter coach, who, when the cea-ch itopp:d at the above inn, was found dead therein. It appeared that he had laboured under a violent illnefs for fome time. . The Jury returned a verdicl, that he died by the \ iifitatifin of God. i j-l �� I........ I I - I L II I II SHIP-NEWS. Deal, March 31. Arrived, and failed for the ilvcr, the Union, Bennet, from Liverpool, and Mercury, Bates, from Cheiter. Sailed through hc Downs lail night his. Majeily's fhip Adamant-; Lady Jane Hailiday, R.ofs, and Brook, Oliver, *br Antigua; Nancy, Symonds, for Halifax; Elizabe'th and Ann, Duke, for Lifbon ; Garnet, � Jj.Aipptotii-'for Jerky.;, ivard, ran afhore on the Goodwin Sands, but was got oJf by the Deal boats; and remains with the Scout ftocp. Wind North-Eaft, blows hard. Gravejni.l, March 31. Palled by the General Minbury, Huntley, from Memel; Syren, Nef-gart; Sdtestia, Peterfon ; Unity, B.afer ; Petef ' fend Bridget, Chriflian ; Emanuel, Chrranfon ; Two Brother's, Bockman ;  and Carolina Matilda, -, from Norway; Lark, Jolliff, from Ma-lag?. ; London Merchant, Bennet, from Dunkirk; Adive, Warwick, from Lipari; and Thames, Linder, from Hamburgh. LONDON. Yefterday there was a Drawing Room at St. James's Palace. The Circle coniifted of the King, Queen, Princeffes Royal, Augufta, and Elizabeth; the French, Spanilh, and Sardinian Ambanadors; Dutch, Swedifh, Ruflian, Pruffian, and other Envoys ; Prince Czartorifki, Count Caf.in, Monfieur CalOnne, &c. Duchefies Dowager Leinller, Bedford, Marlborough, and Buc-vleugh ; Marchionefs of Salilbury ; Counteffes Suffolk, Bute, Cavan, Sufi'ex, Portmore, Har-court, Marchmont, Dowager Weitmorland, Clarendon, Briilol, Fortefcue, and Holdernefs. (Lady of the Bedchamber in Waiting) ; Vifcountefs Sidney; Ladies Payne, E. Waldegrave, M. Collier, M. How, S. Drummond, three Fanes, A. Hood, Herbert, and Walfingham ; Miflrefles Montrefoir, Drummond, Lambert, Swanton, Waller, M. Pitt, and Digby; Miffes Digby, Drummond, Jeffries, Pitt, Vernon, &c. The Drawing-room bruke Up about four ri'clock, and foon after their MajeiHes and the Prrxefles returned to the Queen's Palace to dinner. Yefterday the Lord Chancellor had a pretty long private audience with the King in his clofet, before the Dratving-raom began. His Royal Highneis the Duke of Gloucefter had an audience of his Majefly yefterday morning at Buekingham-houfe. Yefterday Sir Alexander Hoed killed the Queers hand on bis being appointed Rear-Admiral of C�teat-Bntain> in *he room of Admiral Darby, deceafed. Wednefday the Henry Dundas Eaft India-*an, Capt.M'Nab, failed frem the Downs for ) c Eaft-Indies. 22d April. 23d ditto. 21 it ditto. 16th ditto. 27th ditto. 2iti ditto. 26th ditto. The city of Chefter have voted their freedom to the Right Hon. William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, for his able fupport of the coniUtution of this country in Church and State. The transfer books of the different public funds will open as follows: Bank Stock Old South Sea Ann. 3 per Cent. Reduced 3 per (sent India Ann. 4 per Cent. Bank Long Ann. Short ditto India Stock transfer books will be fhut itt! the 15th of April, for the, election of fix Directors. We hear that the Greyhound Revenue cutter, �--Watfon, Mailer, of Wfymouth, being in chace of a large fmuggling cutter, very imprudently ventured too near the rocks on the coaft of France, where both vefiels ftruck and are totally loft; the crews faved. A fquadron of fix fail of the line are intended for a cruife in the fummer; by the end of May, or earlier, they are expected to put to fea. The officer who will be appointed Commodore on this fervice, is faid to be Captain Gardner, who lately had the command at Jamaica j and it is expected the fhips will vilit the Northern feas before they^ return to port. Yefterday a Court of Directors was held at the Eaft-India-houfe, whan Captain ChatfieU, of the Rodney, and Captain Mitchell, of the William Pitt, took leave of the Court of Direftors previous to their being difpatched to Bengal; as did Captain Gamage, of the Bellmont, and Capt. Bond, of the Royal Admiral, for China. Yefterday morning his Serene Highnefs the Duke of Orleans, attendad by Madame Buffon, and feveral French Gentlemen of fafliion, viiited the Eair-India Houfe, and, accompanied by the Chairman, took a view of the different oirces, after which they partook of a refrelhment that was provided on the occafion ; they then went into the room, whe;e the teas were felling, and ex-prefled great furprize at the mode of carrying on tiiis bulinefs ; they afcerwards took a view of the Company's warehoufes, and all the curious articles, tiie pioduct of the Eaft, contained therein. As a proof of the population and trade of Man-cheller, that town is faid to pay more than any other place in this kingdom (London only excepted) for the poltage of letters, no lefs a fum than 11,oool. annually ; Briftol and Birmingham are each under 9000!. B-ath (notwithstanding the vaft quantity of franks daily given there) contributes near Soool. Leeds and Hull about 6000I. each. We are affured that intimation has been made to that eminent patron of the Arts, Mr. Alderman Boydell, by the De*^�d_Cii4p$gf-^f-t. Paul's, of their extreme willingnefs to permit a X^!%f��H.G be crecte4! LAUDABLE Oil his ier Hufband haj.\ � eeu a Member ) | If 1' b WANTED for a FAMILY, AHOUSE, ready Furnifhed, in any,Tdry Situation, near the Great Nir.h Road, between Stamford and York. The Liberty of Sporting on a Manor will  be required, .. - . . DireS to A. B. Mount GofFes-Houfe, Lower Gtofrenor-firect. &V> ~~~ A WOMAN COOK. WANTED at a capital Inti a Woman Cook, who is peifefi: m her biifinefs, good tempered, and cleauly. %uch a onei with au Undeniable Charafter, &all have good Wages!. Letters, addreffed to A. B. (Pol-pai-i) at Mr. Tymbi's Printing-office, at the Cr^fs, Worcefter, lhall be duly an-fwrred. _ r*'-.r> LEICESTERSHIRE. To be SOLD, ONE Hundred and Forty-one Acres of rick Meadow and Pafture Land, lying, within* a Ring-Fence, at KNAPTOFT, in the Count)' of Leicefter, upom the Road between Lutterworth and Kibworta, now in the Holding of Mrs. Mary Adcock. For further Particulars, inquire of Mr. Efau Clarlte, at Barton, near Buckingham; or of Mr. Phiipotj Reali, in Himplhif".; and 76 there is great Reafon to fuppofe be iy bow living in fome retired Part of the Kingdom, whoever will icform the OvsTiee.'* of tie above Parifh where he refide:; fo that lie may be profecut d to Conviction, lhall be entitled tj c e above Reivard. JOHNSTONE,-^ |0verfrers> WILLIAM KELL Lifs, near Petersfield, March 11, 1790. [734 O' fwifteft race that ever dignified pedeftrian annals tbok place ; and to the aftonifhment of all the cavalry (for the infantry could not follow) the Lancafhire-man beat his antagonift by fifty yards. The winner finifhed his fix miles in thirty-three minutes. The winning roan was borne away to the futtling-hoafc in triumph; and a confiderable collection was made for the lofer. Tuefday-'re!nnight a gentleman, of the name of Farran, faid to be an Alderman of York, Ihot him-felf through the head at his apartments in Dublin. The lofs of -a-confiderable fum at hazard, a few evenings before, is thought to have occafioned the" frenzy which prompted fo fatal a refolutton. He was a perfon of ftri& honoar, exemplary fo^ briety, and exempt from every vice bat that which led to this dreadful eitaltrophe. Yefterday a-dreadful fire broke out in a timber- J yard at �he Hermitage, which did very confiders- j JWaiK SOCIETY for the BLNEriT of WIDOWS, Iftrbituted in the Ye-r J761. .N the ]Cb?2th- of thf Hufband the Widow is :itfed to the Premiums as under, l'o long as flic remains his Widow: Yean. Day. �, 3 and 1 10 1 7 and 1 2r >per Ann. 3 ' and 1 30 j Further Particulars, with Plans of the Society, may be fed by applying to the Society's Oifice, No. 1, Surrey-ftreet, Strand. Capital Joint Stock it 44,0001. Four per Cent. Bank Con-folidared Annuities. N. B. Annuities paid to 195 Widows, Claimants, at Lady-day lift, were 4,5001. fzv Annum. (813 COUNTY of SUSSEX. -Near the SEA. To be LET T, In the agreeable Village of FISH BORNE, one Mile from Chicbefter, on the Turnpike-Road to Portfmouth, ,NE HALF of a HOUSE, free from every _ Communication with the other Part; confifting of a Hall, a banofome Parlour, and convenient Kitchen, with three good Bfd-Ghambers, Servants' Room, Wine Ce.hr, and, it wantsd, a Si ble and Place for a Carriage, togetner with the Ufe of. a pleafant Garden. The Situation is univerfally efteemed for Variety and Extent of Prul'ped, wiih the lingular Advantage, particula ly to thofe who like to b^tiie, of being witnin Half a M.le of the Sea. For Particularsaddrefs, port-paid, to Mr. Jaques, Printer, Chichefter; or to J. H. Baker's Cjffte-Houfe, 'Change- , Alley, London. [841; To be SOLD by Private Contrad, By Mr. CHRISTIE, ADESIRABLE ESTATE, with an eaten-five Manor, forming a mot convenient Refidence for a Gentle.i>an's Family, lituate in a finefportingcountry* about 7 from Bath, coroprifiag an elegant new (vone-built Houfe, with roomy (tabling and offices, out-houfes, barns, Sec. ofevt.y denomination; ex-ce'leotl;irchen garden, walled, and planted with a fcleclion of choici fiu'it trees, in full beiring, a ftove, green-houfe, and gardeiici's-houfe, &c. The Houfe is feated on an Eminence, in a beautiful Park effixty Acres, of rich Meadow and P.ifture Ground, and five Acres of Wood Land, intc-feQed' with Gravel Walks, a lapid Trout Stream, running through the Vale of the Park, forming Ponds, Cafcades, Sec. embellifhed with a great quantity of Timber, negligently lettered, and furrounded with a ftofte w�U, fufficiently high for the Prefcrvation of Deer. Fox-Houndi and Harrier* in the neighbourhood, which abounds with Gam.-. Market-Towns at convenient diftances ! the Poft to and froi:� London pafRnj daily. The Church formi an objeS to the houfe, in which is an excellent lined pew. Fuel by a Canal, within eight miies, at a moderate rats. More Pal ure Land may be had if wanred. Further particulars may bi known by applying in Pall- [4*J .ESSEX.. To be SO L D, And PofTeflion delivered at Michaelmas' next, All that complete far M,_JcaikcU-^ir- K.ITCHEN (being a Min^*>iltSia itfelr), in tl;� Parifti of B.uJmMt""rn'"rRS_Count^ of Eflex, near Sudbury, SdrTolk ; containing about 22.S Acres of very good Arable, Meadow, and Pafture Land, with a fine Mine of Chalk and a Lime Kiln. Alfo one other Arable FARM, called GRIGGS'S, i~. the faid -P.yift of Buhner, containing about 114 Acres of very good Land. For Particulars apply,to, Mr. Andrews, Attorney it Liw, Sible-Hedingham, Effex ; or Mr. Lowteni No. 4, H,-,;_ b.rn court. Gra.y's-Inru. (-8ii COAL MINEST rrr^ To be SCLD by AUCTION, On Monday the 12th of April next, at Lord Dudley's Arm?* in Dt*lley, in the County of Worceftsr, by Order of the Trnftees of Gilbert Fbwhes, fubjeel to Conditions, AN undivided Moiety in the valuable Mine* of Coal under about 50 Acres of Land, called Tivtdale Farm, in the parith of Tipton, in the County of Stafford^ whereupon are feveral Pits ready funk, a powerful' F-trr-Engine, Gins, Ropes, and every Requlfite for carrying on the Work without Delay ; th* Coal is known to be of excellent Quality, and the Mine from 7 to ic Yards thick. The above is advantageoufly lituatcd on thi Birmingham Canal, and by the Side of the Turhpifeeiroad leading from Dudley to Weft-Bromwich, adjoining the PrCmiffe* knowa by the Name of Dudley-Port. For Particulars apply to Meff. Dicken and Warren, At-tornies, Drayton, Shropfhire; or Thomas Gibbons, Efcy Wolverhampton._ and the Additions of a Pre-ftce and complete Pedigree of the Elwes Family, By EDWARD TOPHAM, Efq; Late Captain of the Second Troop of Life Guards, and Mftgiilrate lor the Counties of EfTex and York :- '* Every fingular Character merits fume Notice from *' Pollerity, and I have always faid that, if Fate " prolonsCd my Life, 1 w�uid wite his." Shaftefbary's Charaft. P inted for J. Ridgcway, Yorlc-ftreet, St. James"s-fquare; Mr. Baldwin, Mr. Symrnds, and Mr. Bew, 'PateHiofter-r. w ; and may be had o-f all B��kfcllers, Stationers, ani I � vs-Ci^lficri. [401 ;

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