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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 13, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L  ON  D  O  N. ) Price Three-Pence ]^fpen$y*j�i u*v From TUESDAY, April  13, to THURSDAY, April 15,  1790. '8816 We d n es d a y> apru 14. �frtm ib* I4ONDOK GAZETTE, StockhoXm, March 3c*. HE King of Sweden embarked on board die ^madls yacht on the evening of the 26th inft. and fell dowrft the channel on his^wfcy to Finland, but finding the wind 1.^ unfavourable he came on fhore again the next day, and did not finally fail 'till the 28th in the morning. Four frigates and fome fmaller veffels have fceen craifing for fome time, in order to protect the paffage of the armed veffels prepared in the different ports for the coafting fleet, and with a �view to fecure the prior poffeffion of the promontories of Porkala and Hango-Udd. After this point was obtained, the Baron de Cederflram, �with two frigates and a cutter, proceeded to the little town and fort of Roderwick, fituated at a faiali difMnce. The igarrifon, confiding of a few invalids* could make no refiftance, and a capitulation was entered into, by which it was iti-pulated, that 4000 rubles fhould be paid for the franfbm of the town, and that all the public ilores, ind a warehoufe, containing a considerable number of uniforms, were burnt. T'his blow was ftrack on the i6th inftant, and M. de Ceder-ftrsem returned on the 17th to Hango-Udd. War-Ojfice, April 13, 179a.- tltfe ReginYCnt of Light Dragoons, Cornet Alexander Mackenzie is appointed to be Lieutenant, by Purchafe, vice - Ricbafd Barry, who retires. |fcsl. Regiment of Too', Captain Thomas Wood Phillips, fr"-m die 70th regiment, to be Captain of a Company, vice the He*. Vefey Knox, who exchanges. Jjd Regiment of Fo n to be EnGgn, by Purchafe, vice Walter Elliot, promoted. ^th Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant R-jbert Oweo, from the Half-pay of the 3d regiment of foot, to be Lieutenant, vice John Sti Leger, who exchanges. ?o'h (or the Royal Americ�n) Regiment of Foot, Enfign Robert Gordon to be Adjutant, without Purchafe, vice James Hamilton Gordon, deceafed. T~ - ��  "     -� - -- SHIP-NEWS. Deal; jSpril is. Wind N- E. blows hard. Sailed the Nimble cutter on a cruize. Remains in the bowns the Paragon, Clodd, for Oflerid. LONDON. The intention of diffolving the Parliament lieniij now to be poftponed, at leaft till after all the bufinef* of the Seflion is fully gone through. It will be fo late in the year before this is done, that an autumn diflblution feems probable. General Vander Merfch behaved with an uncommon degree of temper and fortitude, in a late-tranfa&ion: General Schoenfeldt having been difpatched by the States to the City of Namur, at the head of a confiderable body of troops, was tnet by M. Vander Merfch, at the head of an equal number. The two armies having advanced in light of each other, M. Vander Merfch fent a trumpet to General Schoenfeldt, to demand the r*aibn of fuch ho/file appearances. Several mef-fages were then exchanged, and at length a conference took place, which ended in an agreement betwixt the two armies, and they accordingly jnarched into Namur together in a peaceable manner. It is reported that M. Vander Merfch, fin his arrival at Namur, was arrefted, and obliged to give his parole to furrender himfelf to the War Department, and he accordingly arrived here lait night, with his Adjutant, Mefemfkcr. Several Othef patriots of dillinguilhed rank are alfo in Cuflody, among whom is the Count de Rofiere, Governor of Namur, and the Count de la Mark. An inflammatory hand-bill was lately circulated hf fame erf the partizans of the States, tending to raife the public indignation againft the Dutch patriots, many of whom, very opulent, have been fettled here for fome time. They were exceed--Mgly alarmed, and applied for public protection ; but although the States publiihed a placard, intimating their entire difapprobation of the hand-till, the Hollanders, not being mentioned, were doubtful of their fafety, and they are departing the country with the utmoft precipitation." A manifefto lately arrived from Leopold, with further proportions, in which he gives the Con-fcrefs ten days to deliberate. And it is generally believed that an expedition into the country is refolved on immediately* The following letter from General Vander Merfch is this moment printed, addrefled to the States: " My Lorbs, *' I am" come herein purfuanct�of your command ; crimes of the blackefl kind are imputed to me.-If I am guilty, let my head fall; if I �am innocent, as my confeience teftifies, I ought to be exculpated.-Death or reparation of my honour is then what I demand." The Recorder of London, the Counfcl, the Jury, and Ae feveral Suitors, attended the*Coun-cil.Chamber at Guildhall on Thurfday, for the piftrpo e of holding the regular Quarter Seffion for the city of London j but after waiting many fours', and difpatching many meffengers different vayj, kwas found impoffible to colled a fufficient '>umber of Aldermen together to form a Cctart j conference of which the feffion wa� loft. Yefterday morning Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales gave audiences to their Royal Highnefles the Dukes of York, Clarence, and Cumberland, at Carteton-houfe, and in the afternoon his Royal Highnefs vifited the Duke of Orleans, &c. at his Houfe ia Soath-ftreet, Park-lane. The Marine PavilHon at Brighthelhlftone is1 ordered to be got ready immediately for tilt Prince of Wales's fumtner refidence; where; Sis Royal Highnefs will receive vifits from ftveral of the foreign Nobility. Sittings appointed in Middlefex and London before the Right Honourable Lloyd LordKe*yon, Lord Chief Juftice, &c. in and after Eafter Term, 1790. In Middlefex. Monday, Monday, Monday, Friday, Toefday, April 26 May 3 May 10 May 14 After E r M. London. Toefday, Tuefday, Tuefday, Saturday, T E r M. April 27 May 4 May 11 May i� May 18 J Wednefday,   May 19 Yefterday morning, at ten o'clock, the Right Hon. the Lord Chancellor held the firft Seal, at Lincoln's-inn-hall, which commenced the Sittings before Eafter Term. The approaching nuptials of Capt. Parker with Lady Caroline Spencer will prevent the ariitocratic conflict, otherwife inevitable, for the county of Oxford, between the noble families of Marlborough and Macclesfield. Yefterday a Court of Directors of the Eafl India Company was held at their Hoafe in Leadenhall-Ureet (being the laft Court previous to the Election for fix new Directors), when an, order was unanimoufly givea for the building of three new fhips, for the Company's fervice, sf twelve hundred tons each, on the bottoms of the Befbo-rough, Atlas, and Glatton Eafl Indiamen, and to be commanded by their former Captains, Montgomery, Cooper, and Drummond. Yefterday a Court of Directors was held at the Eaft-India Houfe, when the following commanders took tlveir final leave of the Court previous to their failing on their refpective voyages, viz. Capt. John Pafcal Larkins, of the Wa/ren Mailings, and Capt. Richard Pennell, of the Hawke, for Bengal. Capt. James Horncaftle of the Princefs Royal, and Capt. John Hall, of the Worcefter. The Earl of Abergavenny, Wordfworth, from London for India, was fpoke with the 20th of February, in lat 36. 22. N. long. 11. 53. all well. The Refignation, Crickmay, frcm Rotterdam for Varmouth, is funk on Yarmouth-beach. It is hoped the cargo will be faved. JohnHett, Efq; upwards of 20 years a Matter of the Court of Chancery, refigned his office in form to the "Lord Chancellor on Monday. The dividends on the feveral funds due the 5th inft. are now in courfe of payment at the Bank. The three co-heirefTes of the late John Turner, Efq; have been pleafed to prefent the Rev. William Woolley, Chaplain to the Marlhalfea, to the Rectory of Widdington, in the county of EiTex, worth 300I. per annum.   - The fall of fnow has been fo great in the Weft of England, that the mail coach from Exeter, with fix horfes, could not proceed fo far as Brid-port on Sunday morning ; Jn many places it was fix feet deep. The mail was forwarded on horfe-back from Bridport to Dorchefter'; and the paf-fengers were under the neceffity of leaving the coach, which broke down from the great exertion of the horfes, Simulated by the application of the Jhort DoSor. It may be proper to inform our readers, that the Jhort Dofl$r is an honorary title conferred by the gentlemen of the whip on an initrument of flagellation, which the guard applies to the pofteriors of the fhaft horfes, while the coachman is occupied in whipping the leaders. On Saturday a woman was apprehended at Low-Layton, on fufpicion of being the mother"" of a new-born infant, lately found murdered in a ditch near Hackney. Bridget Cofgrove was yefterday brought before William Addington, Efq; charged with having ftoleh a Child, little more than two years of age, from out of Cogent-Garden ; fhe was detected {tripping the infant in RufTell-court. Mary White, for having Uttered, and John Anthijny, for having forged, a draft, or order for payment of money, purporting to be the order of the Reverend Henry Bate Dudley, on Sir Herbert Mackworth, and Co. for the fum of three hundred and forty pounds, payable to the bearer on demand, and dated the 22d of February, 1790, with intent to defraud the- Reverend Henry Bate Dudley, were both committed. It appeared that the gin had uttered the draft at the houfe of Sir Herbert Mackworth, and Co. when fhe was' ftopt, and brought to Bow-ftreet; fhe faidi that fhe had been picked up by a black man, who had given her that draft in order to get the money for it. On giving the defcription of the man, it war known to have been a fervant who formerly lived as footman to Mr. Dudley's brother-m-law, and afttfr fome fcr&ublo he wd� taiten. He faid, that I in Steeping thie tairt at hfe late Wsfter*/ abous two years ago, he found the draught; that he could neither write nor read. It appeared that the note had been written by Mr. Dudley, except the principal fum, and date of the month and year. It is fuppofed he had, with intent to deftroy it, thrown it down, as it was torn, but pafled together again. MARRIED.] OnThurfday iaft, j[ames Sadler, Efq; Mayor of Gloucefter, to Mifa Hannah Turner. - Yefterday, at Lady Clifford's, the Hon. Mr. Townfhend, fon to Lord Vifcount Sydney, and one of the Lords of the Admiralty, to the Hon. Mils Southwell, daughter of Lady Clifford.-Laft Sunday, Capt. John Draper* in the Levant trade, to Mifs Dorothy Cupol, daughter of Mr. Jofeph Cupol, Aldgate High-ftreet. DIED.] On Sunday night laft, James Dug-dale, Efq; principal Clerk to John Rofs Mackye, Efq; Receiver-General of his Majefty's Stamp Duties, lineally defcended from the celebrated Antiquary of that name. - On Friday laft, at grading, in the Ifle of Wight, the Rev. Mr. Water worth, who had been upwards of 25 years Vicar of that parilh.-On Sunday, in the 73d year of his age, John Stevens, Efq; of Chifle-hurft, Kent.-Lately, near Shrewfbury, Mrs. Elizabeth Ravenfcroft, aged 73, mother of Edward Ravenfcroft, Efq; of Harley-ftreet.-Lately, at Maryborough, in the Queen's county, Ireland, the Rev. James Baron, who had been forty years prieit of that pari.h. BANKRUPTS. J�me� Robertfon and James Hutchifon, of Fleet-ftreer, Londvn, oilmen and copartners; to furrender April 20, 14, and May 25, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Brcvva, Loth bury. Dividends to be made. John Dixie, of St. John ftreet, Middlefcx, dealer and chapman; M^y 18, at five, at Guildhall, London. Samuel Malboire, of Plaftow, Lflex, money fcrivener 5 June j6, at (en, at Guildhall, London. William Lifter, late of Doncafter, YorlcuYire, ccrnfa&or ; May 5, at eleven, at the Black Swan, in Coney-ftreet, in the city of York.   Final Div. Samuel Davis, othervife Samuel John Davis, of Lower Brook-ftreet, Grofvenor-fquare, Middlefex, haberdaiher; May 15, arrive, at Guildhall, London. John Kuj-ky,' of Henrietta-ftrect, in the parifh of St. Paul, Covent garden, Middlefex, taylor; May 8, at ten, at Guildhall, London. .Philip Conftable and Redmond Barry, both of Birmingham, Warwickfh re, factors and copartners ; May to, at three, at Mrs. Arm Hobfon's, in WorceiUr-ftreet, Birmingham. -Final Dividend. Philip Conftable and Redmond Barry, both of Birmingham, Warwickshire, factors and copartners; May 11, at three, at Mrs. Ann Hobfm's, in Worcefter-ftreet, Birmingham.   Final Dividend. - Arthur Boyer and Robert Kenyon, both now or late of Liverpool, Lancajhire, merchants, (furviving partners of Peker Holme, lace of Liverpool, merchant, deceafed;) May 10, at ten, at the1 Globe Tavern, in John-ftreet, Liverpool. Mark Vanderkifte, of Croydon, Surrv, apothecary} May 15, at five, at Guildhall, London. Maria Noyce and Elizabeth Noyce, now or late of Chrift-church, Southampton, miliin:rsand cooartners ; May 10, at eleven, at the White-hart, in Cbrift-church. Samuel Knowles, of Gorton, Lancafhire, tanner; May 14, at eleven, at the Coach and Horfes Inn, in Manchefter. William Crutwell, of Sherborne, Dorfetfiiire, printer and bookfeller; June 7, at ten, at Guildhall, London. John G4ler and John Bayly, now or late of the city of Bri!*.>l, maltrters, brewers, and copartners; May 17, at eleven, at the Rummer Tavern, in Ail Saint's-lane, in the city of B.iftol. George Gun Munro, of Princes-ftreet,London, iofurance- broker William Potter, of man's mercer ; May 12 i May 11, at fix, at Cuildhall. St.  Martin's-le-grand, Middlefex, 3 way iz, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Certificates to be granted. Thomas Dabine,  of Glaftonbufy, Somerfetlhire, dealer and chapman ; on or before May 4. Thomas Gill, of the pariftj of Chrift-church, Surry, merchant j on or before May 4. CommiJ/ion fuperfeded. James Robertfon and James Hutchifon, of Fleet-ftreet, London, oilmen and copartners. This Day waspublijhtd, Price is. 6d. SUICIDE,   a  DISSERTATION. Printed by M. Virrt* in Avemary-lane j fold by S. Hayes, in Oxford-ftreet. _ [877 8 Airil 1790. BULL INN, STONE Y-STRATFORD, BUCKS. THOMAS SLEATH, having taken and entered upon the above Inn, mcft refpeftfully folicits the Countenance and Support of the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, and allures them, that no Attention fhall be wanting to render their Accommodations as compleat as pof-fible. N.B. There having been a Deficiency of Poft-Horfes at the next.Poft, tru Public are refpe&fully informed that there is now eftabliflied a regular Chang: of Poft-Horfes at the Red-Liof>v BrickhUl.______[91* BEDFORDSHIRE MILITIA. WE whofe Hands are hereunto fet, his Majefty's Lieutenant and Deouty Lieutenants for the County of Bediord, at a General Meeting this Day held at the Swan Inn in the Town of Bedford, for carrying into Execution the Laws relating to the Militia in that Part of Great-Britain called England, do hereby give Notice, That the Militia Forces raifsd in and for the faid County are to a(T;m-hle in the Town of Bedford On Monday the Third Day of May next enluing, at eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, to be trained and exercifed from Monday the faid third Day of May until Monday the Jift Day of May then next following. And. every Militia Man who fliall not app-ar at the Time and Place above appointed (notlabouring under any Infirmity incapacitating him) will forfeit the fum of Twenty Pounds, or be committed to the Common Gaol for the Spice of Six Months, or until Payment of the faid Penalty. Given under our Hinfe the 13th Day of January, 1790. VPR. OSSORY     Lieutenant. PHIL. MONOUX ) WM. CERV        (n    ... ThO. ALSTON   J-Ceputy-Lieutenants. F. MOOR J [9ji HougV.toi Regis, near Dunstable, 7    April 1 a, r790� King's-Head Tavern, Soutbwark, April 7, 179/?. AT a numerous and refpe&able Meeting of the Independent Freeholders of the County of Kenr, refident in and near the Cities of London and Wtftmir.fter, and the Borough of Southward, convened by public Adver* tiftoteot, Mr. Alderman SAWBRlDOE In the Ch** The following Refolutions were uuanimourly agreed to t Refolved, * That the thanks of this Meeting be given to F1LMER. HONYWOOD, Efq; one of our prefent worthy- Rcf>�>-fentatires, for his upright and independent eon^ud In Parliament, and for the decided proof he has on all occafions given of his attention to the Interefts of the Freeholders of the county of Kent. That this Meeting, as a teftimooy of their approbation 0" the principles of their tried Reprefentative, F1LMER HO. NYWOOD, Efe,, will fupport him with their Vqtes and Intereft at the next General Election, convinced that the Freeholders at large will unite with them in maintaining the Independence of the County, againft thai weight of power and* influence which is now excrtirg, for the purpofe of d;f.lacing a Rep'efentative, whofe difintereftei conduit renders him peculiarly worthy tkeir truft and confidence. That thtfe RefoluMons be ligned fty 'tie Chairman, and publiftied in the London and Kentifh Papers.- JOHN -SAWBR1DGE, Chairman. A Motion was then made by Mr. Al-lrrrian Skinner, and ftcondsd by Mr. Joinings, and carried uBehrmouOy, 1 ha: the Thanksof this Meeting be given to Mf. Alderman Sawbridg* for his Conduit in .the Chair. To the Worthy Eleftore of the Boiough of SHAFTESPURY. Gentlemen, THE Reception we have met with from yo� on our Canvas, has bean fo extremely flattering, that it would be ungrateful in us to omit taking the carliefr Opportunity of returning you our warmeft Thanks 5 tt.e Majority that has engaged to fupport us is fo great and decided, as to leave us no Doubt of being placed in the honourable Situation of your Reprefentatives in the next Parliament.   In perfe.t Confidence that, whini'ver the Election happens, v>e (hall experience the Effects of theFrie dili'1,1 you hare uflifi.d ior us on the prefent Occafion, we remain, Gent I Cine n, Your much obliged, and very humble fervantj, C. Dl/NCOMBE, W. GRANT. Shaftefbury, Sth Arril, 1790. [903 � . To the Mayor, Bailiffs, Burgefles, and Inhabitants of the Town of SOUTHAMPTON. Gentlemen, SO highly and fo honourably diftinguifhed by your Approbation at a general Meeting, held tbi a Day at the Guildhall, for the Choice of proper Perforis to reprefent you inthe nert Parliament, I beg leave to expref* my war�eft and moft grateful Acknowledgments. Permit me, therefore, in the moft refpeftfui Manner, to affure you, that ifl (hould be fo happy as to be again placed in the very exalted Situation of one of yeur Reprefenutive9 in Parliament, the chief Study of my Life will be to merit, by a ili.igeut.and faithful Attention to my Duty, and to the Welfare of the Town of" Southampton, the good Opinion and Confidence of my Con-ftituents. I have the honour to be, with the utmoft Regard and Refpefl* Gentlemen, Your milch obliged and moft devo:ed hurrvble Servant^ JAMES AMYATT. S�ur.hampton, 7th April, 1790. [929 To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of SOUTHAMP ION. Gmtlemen, HAVING been this Day approved of a*, proper Perfons to reprefent this County in Parliament, at t< e next General Election, at as numerous a County-Meeting as was ever aflembled on a fimil.ir Occafion, an.d by a Majority fo decided, as to leave no doubt in the Mind of any as to the Senfe of the County in our Favour, we take the Liberty, jointly, K.o folkit the Hoaour of your Vote* and lnterefls. We are perfuaJed' that the uncommon Succefs we hare each met with in our Canvas, as well as the general Voice expreffed this Day in our Favour, pfoceels from .your Zeal for the Independence of the County. The Encouragement which-we have already received, leave* us little Room to doubt of our final Succefs : but. we truft, that even fo flattering a Profpeft will not induce our Friehda to relax from their Exertions in our Favour, if our Opponents fhourd, notwithstanding what has palled this Day, per* fev?re in their Intention to go to a Poll. Permit us to aflure you, that if we thouJd have the gooi Foriune to be the objefts of your Choice, we fhall endeavoui to d:fcharge our Duty, as Reprefer.tatives of this great an4 refpe&able County, by aconftant attention-to its particular Interefls, as well as by fuppo,ting the true Principles of the Conftitution, and by endeavouring to promote the general Profpsrjsy of the Country. We have the honour to be, with the warmed Gratitude, and the fine?reft Refpedt, Gentlemen, your moft devoted an-1 faithful Servants, WILLIAM HEATHCdrXE, WILLIAM CHUTE. Winchefler, Jan. 14, 1750. fi*7 The fo'lowing Books, for the InftrucVion of Yotith in Claf-fical Learning, are torreflly printed by T. Pote, at Eton. Sold alfo at No. a, Crine-Court, Fleet-Street, Linden i I. rpHE ACCIDENCE ; or, Firft Rudiment* x   of- the Latin Torgue,   A new Edition, rcvifed. II. The LATIN GRAMMAR, with the Profcdia and Conftruings compleat; a new EJition, revifed and improved. III. NOMENCLATURA, or, Nouns and Verbs, in. EnRlifh and Latin ; f-lecled for tde Ufe of the lower Forma. IV. EXEMPLA MINORA; or, New Englifh Examples, to be turned into Latin. V. Shorter MORAL EXAMPLES 5 adapted for the Ufa of the lnwr Forms. VI. EXEMPLA MORALIA; or Third Book of New Englifh Examples. Vlh Farther ENGLISH EXAMPLES; containing, 1. Cautions for Children fri making L^tin. a. Ufeful Obfcrvations for the young Beginner. 3. Figura; or, the Figures cf Conftru . The Thirtieaaut Edition, with lar^e Additions.       [ici   

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