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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 29, 1790, London, Middlesex wt-'-'t----- y � (L O K l> O Price Three-Pence Halfpenny okl^C From THURSDAY, April;29, to SA TURD AY, -MAV -� tirr*-i F RID A Y, April 30, 'Vejlerday arrived the Mail from France. Warsaw, March 24. -:^j^^^>;^4^-vB� I*orte has given all '^W^/^i'^^} the Poles who were �vr~/ *, \ amdngftthe Auftrianand Ruffian prifoncra their liberty. ^r-^.-w Paris, April 23. The rly Minifter Plenipotentiary from the King to the United States of Ameri(i#i, &c. died lately at Strafhurgh. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, April 28. Wind S. Came down, and failed, the Speedwell-, Hall, for New-Providence ; Fly, Hunt,. for Ancotia; and Margaret, JNiccols* foi Bilboa. Remain in the Downs the Warren Haitings, Worceiter, and Hawke, for India; and Hope, Service, for Petcrfburgh. Gravefind\ April a&. Palled by the Pitt, jjridger, from Bilboa; Mentor, Wilcox,; from Jamaica; Jofeph and Mary, Thorfon, from Norway ;' Monique, Hall, from Dunkirk ; Friendship, Patterlbn, from Amiterdam ; and Victory, Spilker, from Bremen. � ... r- - -i 1 ... 11..... L O N D- O N. YeiWday there w2s a full Drawing-room at St. James's Palace. Prefent, their MajdHes and the three PrincefTes; Archbifhop of Canterbury; Dukes of Dorfet and Athol; Marquis of Salif-bury j Lord in Waiting, Gold Stick, and other State Officers. All the Foreign Miniiters. The female Nobility were very numerous. Yeilerday morring his Royal Highhefs the Duke 'of Glaaeeiter vifued the Royal family at Bucking-ham-ho'ufe, where his Highnefs had an audience of the King. Yeilerday, after the Drawing-room broke up at St. James's, the Marquis of Stafford had a tlofet interview with the King previous to the Royal family's return to Buckingham-hdafe. Yefterday at noon bis Serene Highnefs the Duke fef Orleans had an interview with the three Royal brothers at Carleton-houfe; and in the afternoon Iks Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales took an Airing in his phaeton, with fix black horfes, in Hyde-Park. Within thefe few days a representation, by way of memorial, has been made to a particular ftt of CommifHoners, of a tranfa&ion in the fup-ply of flores, whereby Government lias been injured by the contractors to the amount of j?,ooo,octol. Yefterday a Committee <*F the Privy Council met a* the Cockpit, on bufinefs reflecting the I&ind cf JerleV. ^Tr?c?gf^^rharrao1rry'is' now faid to fubfift at j Quebec, through the admirable.policy of the Governor. A friendfhip, on a broad bafis, is cultivated with the Indians in the baclc fettlement?, to the great adva'mage^ofjheEnglifeija'UOTn"" "^^he letters which came by the laft packet frcan the Weft-Indies^ reprefent our iflands to be in a ftate of .the moft profperous tranquillity. Not fo' the French. There it is all anarchy and civil difcord, togethy with the greatelt danger of an ihfurrecKon among the Blacks. The following particulars of the Guardian man of war, have tranfpirad from refpedable authority : About twelve days after the Guardian left the Cape, being aWtit the 23d of December, the weather being foggy* a moft enormous body of ice was obfetved at a fmatt diftancs, the height of *rhich above the level of the .water appeared to be twice that of a main-maftof a fhipof the line.- As the demand for water was very great, owing to the quantity of live ftock on board, Lieut. Riou and his officers judged it expedient to collect lump* of ice for the fupply of the (hip.- Accordingly directions were given to ftand towards the ice, and colbtt as much as they were likely to want.-This being done, (lie flood away ; but an unfavourable current, occafioned by this huge rriafs of ice, prevented her making much progrefs. On a fudden the feafe �f this ifland of ice, which projected a. great way beyond the limits of the vifible part� ftruck the head of the vefTel. This operated rlike a thundsr clap to the crew, who then firft perceived their extreme danger: they ftiil, however, cherifhed hopes of clearing the ice. The (hip, as fpon as me had ftruck the ice, fw6Bg round, and her ftern ftruck repeatedly, and the fea being heavy, her rudder broke away. In this dreadful lituation fhe remained, an-J' the crew in momentary expectation of being pverfl/helaed wkh the ice. After great exertions, however^ ftur at laft cleared the ice. It was foort after perceived that fhe had fix feet witter uL^erT Ik&I. . jjdt binds were fet to work, ar^ con^rmed without iatexmifSpn. all the 24th. At oij
v 1 jc^i -to 3001. per Annuitt. Apply J* Mr. Maddock, CookVCourt, Carey./rreet, London*- - [1104. 1 "�-i WW,! I 11 - 1 in 1 1 � ' j " ' A Young PERSON, who firdOied h^c EDU- XjL C^TIOJ* �n FRANCE, wiihes to engage 'as GOVER NESS to one or ir.ore youi; LADIES irr �'ge>il�&|?-irmly* fc^vtng afftcd in thaft C4paci.y upwards of trirre Yean in her Lift Connection, to whom lhe can refer for a Recommendation. Pleafs to diredr. or apply to Mj J. at No. 47, Watling-. ftrert. 'It 1*4 To bs SO L D, THE NEXT PRESENTATION to a RECTORY in Somerfetfhire, about Eighteeo Miles ftofn Briftol, and of ilic yearly Value of 180I. and upwards. The Age of the prefertt I'lcumDent about fixty. Fotriimhe'r Particulars apply to Mr. Perry, Attorney, in Wotton-Undersdge, Clouccfterftiiie. [1066 C OA I* TRADE. AT a nurnerjOttl and refpectable Meeting of the Coal M.-rchants of the Counties cf Suffolk and Eflex, held jpji Weinef.uy, aSch' April, 179a, at the Thorn Wn, MiftCy, Efl'cx, KOJ?ERT*-TROTMAN, Ef^ in the Ch-wr, , . JAMES H -iRTLEV Efq; or L6ng Oitort, iri Northam* tonliire, atfended as Uelrgjte from the. C>ial Fitters, Shipowners, &c. at SiiOderland, wh.n all Differences thJt have fuWilled between the aforefaid Merchants a>id Cual Fhtts, &c. were amicably adjufted, with a View to the Advantage of the Public. ' ;--,|� �*7 RfCHARD BAKE WELL, Late Partner with MefT. Ih&aw and -Hinkrnir�i REspfi ct^ u llt irrfctorfs M^rchants^'Factors> and the Public in geireraf, that h-carrk-s *o .the Mif < � thematjcal Infrrwrientr, Brafs Compsfibs, aud.,jfralVD t, a: his Manufiftory . in LaVeday-ftieet,, at'the Bottom-of .St. . MaiyVRowj Eirnalngham J where,all Orders vv'.ll be fttrcated with the grcateft Punctuality, opon the ImviCi Terms, 'aud everj- Favour .gr^refuijy icKnowicdge^l, by Their humbi'e 5 oratity ' A' -Bin tnfehan, R. BAKEWELL., Aj>ril 17, 1790. xitc*:- "-^� .....-�� ............ j i" r ' 11 E N T S'. . AYOUNG PERSON of Credit, and re- fp-aable'iConnefitions (and W'.io tan give Securl'y taj Land, \t teveeHtL,.^adequate to any-Tiuft repofed in htan^ wjihes (o'einJaya Part of hi& Tiuw,.la�Ueffih5'Ren^jL?--any N bleman or Ceri-,leman, TiTTwh,^'Gamtcty, The' Adviriisr d"es not profeTs the Conducting of iftiy Rftpair-*, Builiiings,yi:crarims, Sec. or the Manage-.uent of Land , bu't merely the punctual Receips of Rents; His Terms will be v kfiller, Fleei-ftrcet, and tftey \�ill be-immediately wai:ed on, ir" deftr- 1 r. Thomas Mofs, lhe Sign of the Boar'?T Hejd, in Bul.pn. If he Cind-'dates td attend ih ordeir to be examined, if thought r. '\ lifite, in the Foherinon of the-faid Day. in the rrftan Time the feveral Gent'e.iien who intend cooffir themfe^ve't art requVfled to YenH Teftlmqiiials of fli'eir CUIIical Abilities and Moral Chinfter, to Mr. John Rjdgwa>i ia Bolton, The late Matter's Salary was Eighty Pounds a Vearj with a Houfe to live in. There is ar� Ufter ot Urider-Maiter in the iVid School, with a prof ex Salary. - ' f S J4 NOTICE to DEBTORS and ''CREDITORS^ ALL Perfons having, any Claim or Demanri on ihe^ftates nr Effects of HEN'RY. ADRINS, l.-T K1NS, hie of PemScrton Jl/-w,
ar h(f has op�ried the above Warehoufe, wher� rhAy mjiy cfcipenti-u^on being icr'vei.Tti fair and ntaibnable ^lt|kans� with all that Y*ii�y of ufeful and COcVenienj: Family: ''Jigjfappi'-jfac �h.ehthe BuQ.;etj^�^baenfbU>ng.di^jngu'rg�ed'; ^�Mnd. fiai^Rjg conducted ths'fame /or 1 Years1 paft *�' ^Sf gctiet-af^a^^dian^ he trulls it is 6i.lv neceffarj t> add, trlKhis Stotkisevtirely rtew^ and of the firft Quality. It'ifii t'mens, Sheering, Table-Lin Qeaflingi^owns, Ladi.s -H 9| HOTEL INN, CHE8TER. JOSEPH LAWRENCE, (Head Waiter during the laft Scafcrj at The Dragon, and for feveral Seaf ins .it The Gran�yf Hat-Legate) MOST refpectfully informs the Nobility, Gentry, and Traveli.-rs iij geherll, that he has take*! anJ enterad upso the above 2>Mj whic!) iifitted up in * Stile highl,. foicable to the Acc'jmmodation of uhe.Publte ; a Shars oi' whofe Pa'ron.�ge he htimBly lol.cfts. Serifiblc that the Sjccefi uf the Undertaking muft depend nmre upon his own Exertions^ than od the Pltomifes wo comntonly held out'in' Advirtiferperi s, he cheirfu'ly reOs his Claim to their Ceun-cn'thatr' Bafis; aot doubting, but the Neatnefs of the B l a itnaAihui',- *snas+j*e-&.TZ&. t.^iie, wilt en�r>i? hir� to difclm^e his Duty to thi- entire Satisfaction of thofc who niay bejieafsd to hJn'JUr. him with their Sup-, prt. J ^ ff; 8. Miflakes, having arifsni the PuWrc are requeftrd to-obfervei t^at the Back-Way to the houfe, and to-the Stabls-Tt ard, is in Nawzate-ffreet. ^034. 'Ill 1 1 . 1 'I - I I 1 LUCRATIVE BUSINESS. Tb be DISPOSED of, . And immediate PofTeffion given, ANcrld-eltablilhed Manufactoryj infdllTradei Tne Leafe* of the Premiiles (wh-ch have upwards of 30 Years unexpired) with the Premium fur the Trade, the prefent Stock, Utenfji?, and Fixtures (which are to be t;keit at a fair Valuation) will amount, in the whole, to about ioool. Biit an additional Capitil of abour 500). will be -required1 to C3rry on the prefent Butlnefs td Ad van a^r* As this Concern is particularly prjfirable, and the Trade beingconfined to few, it will well fuit afjr Perfoft raminahd-ing a forrher Capital; tbereicire k is hopil none but F.-'foci-pars" will apply, to whom the mbft'explxit Particulars be given by C. T. Cracklow, Surveyor, Ho'f lyd jwn-laai� Southwaflc, cm Monday, Tuefd-.y'i and Wednei'day next, between the Hours of Ten and Two a'Clock. N. B. The prefent Proprietor wJl furnifh the Purchafet with every needful Informatioh (ami Aifidance, if rejujred), in order to enable him to proiccute the Bufinefs with equal Knowledge to bimftlf, Who Was brought up Xo the faro?. fi�9 CHELTENHAM SPA. THE CHELTENHAM' celebrated Saline Purging, Mineral Spa Water Wefts, in- Gloueefter-i (hire, �re now coming into their higiieft Perfection, ahi are id univerfal E-fteem for their many falutwy Virtues, being found not �Mly td contain (he purefi Purging Salts,^ but alfoa fine C&alybeate Spirit, which at the ft me time that 'Ht p>jiges t.fF Str grofs and vifcid Hiurioutsv gives. Life and Spirits to the whole0An" mal Oecortoruy. this $juij)g, Dr. ^bortj id bis Hittory of Mineral Waters, fays, j-uSty- chai.rersgea- �he Preference of all Purging Waters in Enghtrid; Trie m.eui eminent of the Faculty teconmend them', in all febrt^^icj � inflannmable, and Bilious Cafts, ..ftc. Tlitv'operate with the6reareft Eafe, being n'.ver icten/ad with the lea ft Griping or Lownefs of Spirits* though drank ever fo Jdng j ah the coptrary, from their ChalybeareQ^ali'y, are fingiilarly ciSca-cmus in ail thi namewus Tr'a'n of Servous'CofWgljinrs The/ are alfo deerrifd the Preparttit'4 to the drialtlft^cho Bari Watersand from their enereafing fo litde fn Wejght tew* the Spring Head to the m*ft diftaut Parts, it is erident tfeat their. Tenture "15 exfra'irdi narj'.y good, and may be.exjv irted t� any Part �f the World with a4l their ^ijtaes farLe. The ham.e.dDr.^Fothergill, ia his ihgehiaus -'UfiTeifo&nti entrtp Cheltenfefim Waters, faysj they not only poftefs thffe Vti-pertiet ig'aneinlaent Degree, but'hsvi actually been found flK-etfui in difcufling Glandular T^ours, and therofore vbas eVery Argument inits ftirwir that-Analogy can fuggeft. Tlie Water and flat's are fold at all the Wac� Wanebeafea in I^ondm ; at MV- Perry's Apothecary, at 1?arh j a> Mr* Bennett'^, Chym'utt ia Oxford ; and at Mr. Mill1-', Wnj. ftreet, B�iUi. [joij
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