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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 22, 1790, London, Middlesex (L 0 N''W O N. ) Price Three-Pence Hilfpcimy oklt. From THURSDAY, April 22* to SATURDAY, April 24 1790. FRIDAY, April 23. Yeflerday arrived the Mail from France* Stockholm, ~ fill *m March 18. learn from Carlfcrone, that fortle frigates are fliOrtly to fail from that place on a cruise in the Baltic. The grand fquadron, commanded by the Duke ofSudermania, the King's brother, is to fail about the middle of next mon^h. Frontiers of Bohemia, March ii. They are employed night and day at Egra in repairing the fortifications, and placing cannon on the ram* parts. Thfc gariifon from the ift of April next toill*receive their pay on the war footing/ Florence, March 22. The Qaeen and all the koyal family are returned here from Pifa; her Majefty, almoft immediately upon her arrival, -received a Courier Extraordinary from her auguft tonfart, announcing his fafe arrival at Vienna. The departure of the Queen and the Royal fa-jniry for Germany is not yet talked of, but it is imagined it will not be long before they quit this jj!ace. SHIP-NEWS. Deat, April 21. Wind E. Came down, and failed, the Eagle, Jappie, for New-York. Remains in the Downs the Diligence India pilot. Grave/end, April 21. Paffed by the Prince of fc)range, Mellick, from Dunkirk ; London, Cooper, from Oilend ; Ceres, Tullock, from Rotterdam ; Sally, Reed ; Mentor, Stevenfon ; Effay, Sanderfon; and Bonetta, Robinfon, from Merneli LONDON. HOUSE1 of LORDS. Thursday, April 22. After their return from Weftminfter-Hall, the Lords fent a meflage to the Commons, informing them, .that they would proceed farther in the Trial of. Warren Haitings on Tuefday. Adjourned. H I S. E. E. York, Louvaine, Tufton, A. Ber- & 5 it S E of -COMMON Thursday, April 22. Mr. Wilmot moved, that the further con-uderation of the Silk Weavers bill be poflponed to Tuefday.-Ordered. The Chancellor of the Exchequer brought in a bill to explain and amend the Aft palled in the laft tfe&on 4>FPWlisrmcfit fot levying an Excife Duty on Tobacco, which was read a firit time, and ordered to be read a fecond time to-morrow. The order of the day being moved", the Houfe refolved into a Committee of the whole Houfe to confider of the petition praying a repeal of the Six Weeks Licence Duties, Mr. Alderman Newn-ham in the Chair. After hearing Mr. Serjeant Adair and Mr. Garrow for the: petitioners, and examining evidence in fupport of the petition, the Chairman reported prrjgrefs ; and upon the motion of Mr. Fox, the Committee are to fit again on Thurfday. Adjourned. Yefterday there was a very full Drawing-room at St. James's. The circle confined of the King, Queen, and three Princefles; Dukes Fitzjames and Luxembourg ; and all the foreign Minillers. DucheiTes of Hamilton, Northumberland, Buc-cleugh, and Chandos ; and Marchionefs Stafford. 1 Counteffes, Bathurft, Harcourt, Chatham, Macclesfield, Aylelbury, Chefterfield, Dowager Aylef-ferd, Clanbraffil, Arundel, Eflex, Mexborough, Pembroke, Burford, Strathaven, Poulet, Afh-burnham, arid Holdernefs. (Lady iri Waiting). Vifcounteffes, Sidney, Maiden, Milbourne, and Parker. Ladies, Dover, Bagot, A. Hood, Sykes, Dormer tie, E. Waldegrave, L. Gower, F. Bruce, Ken-iington, Wallis, Drummond, Hailes, Faucit, W. Gordon, and Warren. Miftreffes, Moore, Barrington,Townihend, Stanhope, St. John, and Howard. Mifles, Jeffries, St. John, Gilbert, Sec. The Conrt was over at five, when the Royal Family went to the Queen's Houfe ta dinner. Yefterday^-before the Drawing Room began, the Imperial and new Danifh Envoys had fepa-rate audiences of the Qjueen in her Majerty*s Audience Chamber, and delivered their credentials ; to which they W^re introduced by the Earl of AyJefWy, the Queen's Chamberlain, and con-Vtofted by Sir C. Cotterel Dormer, Mailer of the Ceremonies. It would well become fome independent members, aroidft the other bufinefs of the country, to attend to the ftrange vacancies that yet wait to he filled up in oar laws. While Government allows a reward for apprehending a highwayman, there � none for taking a murderer; dnd though there is 4 reward for fecuring fellow who deals a bullock *orth tel. there is none for taking the man who �carries away a horfe valued at 100 guineas. Such icings are a diigr^e to the fenfe of the country. Trial Of Warren Hastings* Esq^ The Lords yefterday came into Court about half an hour before two o'clock. Mri Anftruther, on the part of the Commons, \ reminded their -Lordfhips of the proofs adduced of money received by Mr. Haitings from Kelleram. . He then proved the letting of certain lands an perpetuity to Kelleram ; and :in, order to (hew that fuch letting"was ctofie corruptly, and to the injury of the Company* he was proceeding to prove that Kelleram foon after fell into great arrears ; and that the Company, inflead of receiving a rent of 35 lacks, as had been agreed upon, received only about 26. The-Counfel for Mr. HalUngs objected to this, becaufe Kelleram's falling into arrears was not ftated in the article of charge ; and evidence could be received to no matter not found in the record. The Managers contended, that the evidence w4s admiflible, and ought to be received on three diftincl grounds. ift. Mr. Hallings was charged with letting the lands corruptly, and to the great injury of the Company. Mr. Haitings, in his anfwer, admitted the faft of letting, but faid it was not done corruptly, nor to the injury of the Company. The point at ifTue, therefore, was, were the lands let corruptly, and to the injury of the Company, or not ? And on this the evidence offered was ad-rmflible. 2d. The fubftance of the crime charged confining in the corruption, it was material to (hew the confequences that refulted from fo letting the lands. 3d. Every mifdemeanor being more or lefs a crime, according to the circumiiances with which it was accompanied, th� profecutor had a right to prove the circumftances as matter of aggravation ; and one mode of doing this was to give evidence of the confequences which followed from the ail of mifdemeanor. The whole day was fpent in arguing thefe points; and at four o'clock the Lords withdrew to the Chamber of Parliament, to decide upon thenv; the Managers having firft requefted leave to give in their ftatement of the cafe in writing, and to be informed of the grounds of their Lordfhips decifion in cafe it ftiould be againft them, in order to know whether they might be allowed, in the further progrefs of the trial, to give jn evidence any circumftances of aggravation whatever. At a dinner of Free Mafons on Saturday laft at the Thatched-Houfe, St. JamesVftreet, a per-fon who had retired was brought back and accufed of theft; on fearching him, fix large drinking glajfes were found in his pockets. He fet. up no defence but that, elevated by the Conviviality of the day, he had taken a feiv glajfes too mauy ! The contractors for the Lottery have declared their Scheme, which is as follows: 3 2 3 5 15 3� 10a 1 co 5,000 9,025 H.333 35>667 50,000 Prizes of -. 20,000 i0,000 5,000 2,000 1,000 500 100 5� 25 20 Blanks. 1,000 1,000 4 two and A Society has been begun in Scotland for the benefit of the Sons of the Clergy of the Church of Scotland--mucJi upon the plan of the Society of the fame name in England. The poor fellow, on whofe account a recent duel happened in Scotland, ijo foOner heard of his msdter*!s fate, than he fell into ftrofig convaHkms, an4 3icd in fhe courfe of a few hours! Taefday night Major Gale, of Bruton-ftreetj and Mr. Houghton, of Brook-ftreet, were attacked at Chefhunt-walhj Herts, by four footpads, armed, who robbed one of the gentlemen of a gold watch, and his purfe containing ffimel money. On Sunday evening, as Capt. Hamilton and his Lady were ceming to town from their houfe at Hayes, they were flopped near the Green Man, at Ealing, by three highwaymen of very genteel appearance, who politely demanded their money, on whreh Captain H. immediately pre* fented hisrpiftol % one of the highwaymen at the fight of it fell from his horfe; another, more fpirited, faid toAim, what are you frighted at ? Immediately -Capt* H. fired his piftol, but without effeft; on which the highwayman feized him by the hand before he could get the other, and robbed them of upwards of forty pounds, and their gold watches. The watches they returned, and that in the fight of two or three people who flood in the road. MARRIED.] Lately, at Dublin, by his Grace the Archbiihop of Dublin, the Rev. Archdeacon Verfchoyle, to Mifs Wal(n, niece to- the Archbiihop.-A few days ago, the Rev. Arthur Lord, of Clonhelly, Ireland, to Mifs Wolfe, nisce to the :Right Hon. the Attorney-General of that kingdom in 174.0.-Tuefday, Mr. Rich. Hughes, of Deptford, Kent, to Mifs Sarah Warrington, of th A A CURACY WANTED. C-LERG /MAN w%es for a CURACY with a good Parfonage-Houfi^ furnlfh"d or ttniur* niibed, in any goad Iporting county in the Kingdom? with Ten or Twenty Acre* of Land. The fame Gentleman would be glad to treit fot the "ut-t chafe of a Living from T#o to Five Hundred Pounds per Letters, addreffed to Mrt Booth Cotton, at the Pod* Office, HuP, Y..rJtfliite, will be duly attended tot . -1 uWic in general, which he will ever ftudy to deferve, by thfl moft re^fonable Terms, and eveiy 'Attention in bis Power. [i�29 To the CLERGY. CLERGYMAN, in full Orders; wifh.es td obtain a .CURACY in an agreeib'e Situation. A la -ge Market or Sea P rt Towri, will be preferriV. As the Sa:ary is not the principal Objeft, We will treat on very liberal Terms with a Gentleman wanting an Affiftant. Letters (Pod paid) directed to S. S. at Mr. Robinfon's, No. 25, Paternollerrow, will he carefully attended io. A fmail, but chiite Cjlledion of M^nufcript Sermons^ warranted Originals, to be difpofed of. . ! 10 i<; 1 1 ii -ii ' 11 1 IIHi-H'i � �� AL 1 ON, A}mt.1: jji .179c. HE R E A S the Partne!rlhip betWeefl TKOMAS and WILLIAM LEi-:, of Alton. Hants, Mercers and Drape ?, was diflblved, by. n utual Confent, on the 17th Day of this l::ftanc April. All Deb"l and Demands owing to and /rorn th; faid P-aViicrftip will bit received and'difenarged by .the faid Thomast.ee, atthrbld-accuftonitd Shop in Alton aforefaid, wbrte the Mercery and Drapery Bufinefs in all it*' Branches will in ftttwre bec4trieii on by the faid Thomas Let on hi j feparite AccotiBt. THOMAS LEE� 901] WILLIAM. LUEi w A* A of PREMIUM. 30 Years,' having feve%a| Hour� MAN nemploye.1 a Day, w old be gidd of fume Sicuatioa th�t would take op that lerfurt Time,' e;ther*iii a C6mBt*B(�. any Public Office, and the Salary is coafiderabre,-the^Wflole of it, with Security and Iritereft, will fie mad* over to any Perfon procuring fuch Place, tili it is entirely paid off. Direct for A. Y. No. 159, St. John's-ftrett, Smith-field. _ _i,LO?� This Day -fuas publijhtd, Price zs. 6d. (Witti an Engraving by ap�nwn�nt Artift) ABENEV-Oidm,iv EPISTLE to SYLVA-NUS URBAN, alias Mafter JOHN NICHOLS, Primer, Common-tCftdnciUian ef Farring3on Ward, and Cenfir Ganeralflf Literature; not forgetting Mafter WILLIAM HA-VLEY. 'To *hk-h is'arfded, an ELEGY to APOW.0; *ifo Si* JOSEPH BANKS and the B01LID FLEAS, an Ode. By PETER PINDAR, Efq. How now, prhh�| J�bn, Do not quarts!, Ma*, Let im be jnerry and Drink tfcout. Cateh. Printed for I^�tX!ey� Wo. 46, Flect-ftreet. Where mij be had, lately pabliflicd, Expoftulatory Odea to a Gig at Duke and a Little L?rd, and Subj*3� for"Paitj�r�} atfo all tbe other Wo.-lts o; this Authsr, [1055 To DRUGGIST S. AMarried Gentleman, who has been engaged fo:ne Time in the Practice of Phyfic, of good Con* neiftions, would Wiflt to enter into Partnerfljip with anemia nent Druggill of extenfive Bufinefs, in London, or any other! Capital Town ; he will take the a&itre and attentive. P^art of" the Bufinefs on himfelf,'if necefTary. It is prefujmed this may fuit f me elderly Perfon, who Wlfhes to retire in fome Degree from Bufinefs, and would be glad tole�ve theCare of* it to a fober and Heady Partner. An adequate Premium will be given- Ke'afe to inquire perfoaally (or by Letter, Poft paid) of MH'dledirch and Co. No. 5^ Tfcreadneedle-ftreet. l'ioi4 THE MASTERSHIP of the FREE GRAr�f* MAR-SCHOOL of BOLTON in the MOORS, In the County of Lancafter, being vacant; public Notice it hereby given, that the Truftees of the faid School will proceed to the' Ele�Hon of a new Mafter oh Thurfday the firil Day of July next, between the Hours of Twelve and Tw -at the Houfe of Mr. Thomas Mofs, the Sign of the Boar's-He^d, in Bolton. The Candidates to attend in order to be examined, if thought re4u,'*,te> in the Forenoon of th� faid Day. In the mean Time the feveral Gentlemen who intendi to offer themfelves are requefted to fend Tcftimonials of their Clinical Abilities and Moral Character, to Mr. John Ridgway, in Bolton. The late Matter's Salary was Eighty Pounds a Year 4 MR, WELCH'S ACADEMY for DAN* C1NG, continued a:wards of 43 Years, at No. ioi, near Beaufort-Buildings, Strand, is recommenced for tha Seafcn ; where fuch as are deficient, may be initiated or im* proved in private LeffonS, in the difTerent fafhionable Minuets, Addrefs, and every reuuifite Accom, liftimeat, aa a Preparajyw fcr the moft genteel Affeftiblies. There areJEveningsjappropr'uced for fuch Scholars as choofe to join for thelt Irn'pi^w^p^nt in Country Djuce?,' Cotillons, Sec. arid when fufficiently qualified, may lubferibe to a higher Clafs. The Seled Fortnight Subfcription, on Wednefday Evenings, will end the 5th of M*>. la order topie�ent unnecef* fary Appdcacion, this Academy is to beconfidered a Pl.ceof Dccorual, where no prdmifcuou� Company arc admit.*^ and Circumfpefti n is paid to the Character and RifpeCia* bility of thofc who apply, except introduced or reco.n-mended. N. B. On Thurfday ^nd Saturday Aficrnqonsj the Y^ung Ladies Academy as ulual. 'fj�1? An intereiling Subjecl.tothe Community at large, but of the utmoft Importance to Miui^rs -of- Parliament. This Day thai publijhed-(Addreffed to the Electors of Great-'Britain) THE PATRIOT. By a MEMBER, of the HOUSE of COMMONS. Containing * Diilertatbn on the proposed Reform of. Parliamentary Reyrcfencation. The Advantages and Difalvant'ges of annual F.lcfti 'n?. A Copy of the Tpft, intended to be prowled to G*ndidat8i at ths enl'uing El^fli
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