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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 17, 1790, London, Middlesex                                *.r? Price Three-Pence Halfpenny ottvr. From S A T tf .U DA Y, April 17, 29, , 1790. Mi MON PAY. Jf�� m LONDON ttBJi April 19. GAZETTE. WaiTEHALLi Afca*L 17. "*^$t?r\ ^ Kirtg tas been pleafed *^.is�b'> tci pfefent the Her. - 4 J^B&H Watfcri' to the Church ' and Parifh of Aberlot, '^\lA in the Prelbytery of Aber-pf broth�fck, and Shire -of Forfar,  vacant by the death of the Rev. Tho. Hunter.. The King has been pjeafed to appoint George Hammond, fifqj to be his Majefty's Secretary of Legation at the Court of Coj>enhagen. The King has been pleafed to grant onto John Smith,Havering Bower in-the county of Effex, Efqjlth Royal Licence and Authority that he and his iflue, by Margaret his wife, fole daughter and heir apparent of Ynyr Surgefs, of Eaft-Ham $� the faid county, Efq; may take r.jje fumame raid bear the arms of Bruges, in addition to the fntwaae and arms of Smith, Crowded fech arm* Del�rft dtily exemplified according to the laws of arafk, a�d TecordeAjn the Heralds 0%e;) and alio to order that this his Majefty's concejBon and declaration be regiftered in his College of Arms. Sr. Jamti's, April 16. This day Count Re-Vkzky, Envoy Extraordinary and Mii�Mcr.;PIeni- S- otendarjr from his Royal and Apoft^fc Majeily le King of Hungary and Bohemia, had a private ^Attdiehc. oPhis Majefty to deliver his credentials. , To which he was introduced by his Grace the t>ttkedf Leeds,i Ins Majefty's Principal Scoretary loir foreign Aflairs, and conducted by* 3>'*f ffhmnt Courd Dormer, Mailer of the, Ce- fortrefs of Orfowa will remain blodted up for the 1 We feel oarricnlar raVWfeA3�- .... . wefent, and that the third^paSkWW the: ^&Sm�SfSRbSfeP ^'S� �ork, � M^tf* Siege^53^. Th^^S^t^^^f^^^; *m�f CoW will march ^th the gwateft 'daylaft; her PuSSn^SSf^SSf" part of has forces from WaJUeSia � thatSfeh- able tidings 5S'lS^^SPwS ?RJ" Whdod  and as theTurk^&alfo affeSX*   yefterday lre*g�*     ' *Bfi there in force, moft people are of opinion that*      " -   -- �-�� battle moft take place before amy thing, caa/bft laid m be polled at &hi�fila. l*mmp hood of Nicapolis, on ^e Danube, w$fc.* tar midable corps. " ^e^%;^cc�n^.2islB|&jF Safe ;|a M :Tett Cells, jUmfljoofes, in J&mary Mary Barton} who had dnthe, Sunday bt;K>re hfr death, attained the advaneeji fge�f 99 yea*s.-Mo|id^y life the Rev. NathjafliS ^rtter^ 1$. &.'hiJBp;ti All LAND. Young Lord GormamfoWi X�ttf Chamberlain?s Qjfcu., April 15, 1790. ^ Ofdets fcfr the Court's change of mourning on attnday next,^-the 18th iiiftant, for the late Em-jperor of:"Ger:ihany, and at the fanje time to go Mttd. jR&rugjgpfbr her late Roya1^Bgli8e6 the Arch-Duchw Elizabeth, vi? :    ' ^ . The Ladies to wear blac k filk ox velvety co -loared riblsous', fans and tippets,; or plain..white, or white and gold> or white aind Mver ilufts, with blaek jribbcaM. ..; Thifc; GeDt3i�gn to wear black coHts, ^in4 black1 4r |daitt white,   contain^, two Proclamations by.the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland; one for dif-niviAg the Parliament of that kingdom, and the ibther for fummoniiig the new one W meet at �>uBlin on Thiirfday the aoth of May next.] &ar-0$ct, April 17, 1790. J>Hto, G fte^taMof Foo^ Ait^r MiBer, Cent� to be Enfign, bjrptitcbafe. �fee Aftj^CMarier^ wnoreiirea. *otk {�*^*t)�al A*eri���y Anient of Foet.Lreute. ^t*aKA*b�� lil^at^ from  nan, for Barbadoes;; OUlwBranch, Clark,l�d Columbus, Sutniter, for Gibraltar^ Huntdti* Horn, for St. Ube'si Grand Puke, F�fioc�4%r^ Virginia; an^ Scout iflbop/ fbr SheernejT^'1^R*ma^n ' tn the Downs the Cockatrice cateer, aild Dlli-geace pilot. N.N.Wi. pame al Admiral/ Belmont, Detd* 4�ril .17. do\yn, and .failed^.tfee �and Hililborough fe'a ings�  for �: Oportc,; ^.H^tflHri^.Mtop&k f Friendlhip, Hundey, and �ir�8efhe^i r*�rfo�, for Alicant; Venus�, ^Qglntori, fpt Qoranna i Fhillis. Wolf, for Dublin j .and ^la 4^1 EVaa* bethvMoyfe> for Plymouth. RenManifi the Downs-the Cockatrice cutter, e�d IMltgefice pilot." J&rnvtfmd, ^AprU^\%i faffed" bjr ifc jUopA Jape, Halfnight, from Norway f and London Packet, Kearney, from Bel/aft. Grave/end, April. 16. Pftfled by the Faith, Bowmel; Lucy, Coward; ?hd Sarah, Reynold?, from Charante; Aldborbugh^ :^eed, from* Ret� terdam ; Sophia Dorothea, v ^oj^ig, from Nbr-'^ *ay; Iiis, Heavyfide.s, from P^tejr^Brfhf, .^nd Q^en, Moppet, froni Lllbon. lived K^^tfuee^^^0^mrfr at'which flap ha| eoroefn. gers in U)e Roicare : itns, Speos and Palmer, . B. W. Gould, " J, BorreH, John StacJthoufe� H� S. Sickey, Geoa^e Gorcoa, Mrs. Maelejjd and e&ldren, �   j- .       .   Gould,   , Woddjbiu-h, and ; Al^ander 3pence. �; .The Rofeltf&igs ah account of the fa& arrival of jihe an]i|en^entio:ned oujjvard bou|id\ Ships, vf**, t, �   i- T'[ ,v-��    - "    ...     . ,Ar Bttrisjis..-1  The Pigot, on the - f ditto. 4t Bomb * v. The Porifoaby, on the i& *f Augoft. Atf3 vke alfo learn, ^haitite Pitt wasfafe ar-nY0%tW^u^^'^^.^')ue9C-not as yet beett ablet^afcer^amth* i - C^Wi Whlter of the Earl of Oxford India-man^ dled-^ JSengat the beginahrg of Qclober TJie Gwernjftr General, Earl CornjrvaHis, -we are h^^lb ad y fe^n^^^^^^^^^g loffes,. ftvwrai ftnall c�^uf�r, and tfl^jlfecks of bay; five other dweHng-hoofe* we*� .^cewife cetafiderably mj��sd by Aeflanft*^- A few 'aAys�gg|�fa eioimie^-fweew|^*oy% �r�re eal^ kao mi. Renfiuor's, a bakele>^ Unitoo, tcf (weep tl^ chimney of a back payors which bes% cleared for the purpofe, the ftibys were left to themfelves, tift..'j^jR?�f�--|^iwi: le^tjag fhajfeac6in|ofirioa%da|irbying wnkh the>r�ic v&t&nroch hrfefted) wa� ^^'^1' but not dprick's.place, QU-je�r|. William fcjigaam, �frte ckyof ^foKeAer, fioea-draper\ to farttnder May i, ji,at five, ajui 45, at tej�,at Gutldfial'j, London. Attorney^ Mr. C Asama, Caflfe court, ftadge-roiv. John Mollfly, of the.T�*o Blue Pofta�.jQM Bo^-ftreet) PiccadiHy, Middle^viflailler ; to fucftoder April jo, Mi$ it, at ftte, and at te.i, at Qu' dwfit^ May 1 f, at five, at Guildhilr*, Loniin;,'. - R4eAanf: Hedger, of Vitgrnia-ftreet,   Raltivft-h'gVwjyf. MioSfieTltk, coope^ j May t,. at eleven; at Cuildhsli, don.', " A'-      v . T*otna� Btfwnefe aitd George Padmpret late �f        � .  George Lott, ofjke city ofSaftBofj, WStt, hahe�4aO>e�| ^hatter,- aa4T feeder, | 'M�^ Jf* ai eleven, �t the Wnift-hatt Inn, ia Saliftoty, WiltJt � Jo:e|^ Stoke*, npw oYtav*�f Liv�rgoolylIa4caa>�te, dealer itfje�tb�-watei iMar tO|-it.'Ator, at the GtoVe Tevem, boy, wp havi difcoyered the e^ it< ai Urietlafion the m  W i^$r�t|^rie^r^i^]iikS> j^'$$eei Count Banfy an^, Major-General de Manfredini his PHv^Cc4um3^ot$\ His Ma|e^fii�a1> wade the folrowing military promcfjon*: Majo�-Geheral$ �l� Vecj$x �nd Staadeir iiave r]beeri raHed to the rank of Lieutenant Field Marfhal, Cofonel Kray to that ojP. Ma-jor-Generaf, and Frfnce"VfiUiam of Anhalt-Bern-feourg-Schaimboargh has been xftade.a Captain i� the regiment of rarantry which bears his Ma jetty's natne. Mar&af Landohn has requ^lledof his Majefty, that^ (BrMfai, Cowl fWaraafer, who; lias retired �Tt 'd'^ipoti* tBsy* &m hint oHuias thic atapa%nf We Jeam .from Hbngary. that �m� likely the witty correfpondent laid on the octlfion, the alliance was a very natural 0n6-'* for wh*t IgV nifies malt Without bopt , We hav| authority to fay, tbat$ifr� Jpah Sato J has nQ intention of wHthdrawi^ bimfclf fnota 1 the Conduftor's Chair b Weft^nftfef A>b*f; ther^re the v^'^M.^^n^^^-m' ioiormed ; he may reft fatwhed that tjeitiivM Puff Diiefk.. the Puff Ofeliqtttv �r aaf " ' Puff, Will fx Dr. Arnold, there.  Whane Bates feeedWfrom ^Awyi.P' roba^rfthey will, end; atleail^ot ite pi�fc�t^0ire4tora.   Be#dear th* wnte# WJrecoltect. Acre*" fa'4\m0& 'her lanje. day. John FridS Was 4>rottghi irrto �l t�tafc*&s, trkt #srl^k Treaibn^ bnt a bein� impannelled t�enqo&�whediarhe wa* :ne* aund, and fit t� take    ^rhd, thty, after heitfcg. evidence to poi^litsirifiinrty, and from Wr verdicl Ast he wa* itfttjail vpon which thepWibner wa* remand* �^'0;r^g*te.'--' MAR*L51>4 On Saturday hfi, Mr. Wm. Green, df^aFarKfe-row, Chetea, to MHs CoHrt-ce.~Ttefc-fda3rlaft,at St. An-*. JWr..Ch*ile� iJavis* jnp. of ydia Winter, 0f NewCflProond-y^JaA, Akxssder Adahii, ^];of to Mife Franks, of Clears, aefi|ay ftonjing^^t St. Lefl^cP*, o; *fcw*%;W *ath, to ,4illr-dK�- tieitan. Sol x   _  v      ,   , .  #!� end tinaTciviaend^  ^'v - v;... ^    ,v, A - - * "i"j?jfi5St*5ii at tbi Redtlion, in Doncarrtri . John Shaw, no#or late of Salford, Landftirej innkeeper i May ro, atduae, Mdieatdyal Oak Inn, hv Maccpefttf. JcJinBevaH, thi to^ of MaraiToii, CvfnWall, nier-thant j Itay 10, at ejevea, �n the Ansel, b> tbe Boroefb of . CharirfAif?k�ai Schmnll, late of the city, of Brtftol, ir*$^|&�M*e j 4, at el-venj. at tbb Whitt-lidat, ia Btaad-ftra^lnitecityof aatftol. Dhtidini aijevrnci. John Cox and Joseph Cox, of Bridportj Dfarfet/hire, wool* aasr cefattr^rn1*^ iW|^�NStt�if?a(^Tl6tt , l^ene Regit. ' .~ .' GertiJfemtiS to St granted. ^>^l^|fefe^�ndHtnryTyldeney, of Gray's inn, Mia-^itf^^Uri^im^^iMtitJtoi partnerj; on or bclWe-April Al^roy Mn�^�v of tbe tity of Buffo!* grocer iu-i a >p iod3e]r( of Sbeffield, Y- rJ(fli.tr4 *�fehant and William lundleij ahdS^n.) decesifed� A&e&ieatasr'wjjio can id^eoce ftipm 30C0L 4� jOoOU wHlbein^MaWd>�)f aviary aivsntogeo�aOmneaii-^, t_ jii^i-. -^^i^a^^.-cr hyJBe. alitor, to �trv ;t>:'rfB!A""^v^%i|i�|i. iii ftfetiy aBorted vath �� Jfcjnd��f Bhatfe SUka, ifcc.'*c,..y�f*-i. .. � .    . . .fcuftriftgat 'Att&pfeeB*,' Dncapeii Talibiea, Rardimores, Widowa* S�86%SBomb*�e W*at� Bomfea*wa*.  ,' Ni Bi'ftf^Jeo^ittljN Bltc14;Wftfte, and Gtey; plain, tWipea, ?�4 ^oi�4� whiek maket very handfinne i.coai M^wrotrigs. " '.�* Ti�e lsWeit'.-M^ey P�?<� arrtite on each (^rticrr, ayfeTcb ^ e^nfidcnUy ainiier trli^t xhey coula be fold fiom ctfa*v ..   .... TnHlHAS'tBSSHlf of thfe$B$& GRAM- 1. llJaSr^drJOd^ �i#iaK in dai.�l�*JW," la the Coatotjr;af-l^hftejiai^^e^*s*eant,j publit^jfotice � .oeett Vthe'tlleBflttSt*!..      .   ....    _ .... ' laly�iwt,l�t�ea* tr� tJ^^TWlre cn 1 $h  tloaAtOvivfrte. fhrreh a� or Vn.tr-MsfteT tn^e f�ii�el^wi�X�a�^wWary. � , ^B^ief if;.. .,.   

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