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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 8, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Three-Pence Halfpenny.- Prom SATURDAY, May 8, to TUESDAY, May M ONO.AY, May io. Prom the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitbhall, May 8. ele& a Bi/hop of that the Tame being void the tranflation of the _ .,-    -----   -ight Reverend Father In God Lewis, late Bifhop thereof, to the See of ;5t. Afaph ; and his Majefty has alfo been plcafed, hy his Royal Sign Manual, to recommend to the Vaid Dean and Chapter the Reverend George Home, Doftor in Divinity, Dean of the Metropolitan Church of Canterbury, to be by them "ele&ed Bilhop of the faid See of Norwich. Whitehall^ May 8. It is his Majefty's pleafure, tb*t all officers, belonging to regiments of cavalry and infantry, now ferviog in Ireland, except fuch  itto,-En6gn Charle* H<*�Jt�nf  froflj.tbeJjetb Regiment, to'be C-�raer, VfccHsthaniel Ogle, ioth Regiment of foot, Philip Crofby Weldon, Gent, to �e.Enfifcc, w'rchout parcfewfe, vice WtUian*. Wtiier, de- eei fed. \ Jch Rrgl-nect of Foot, Efefiga WHfiam pTirefby, front the 94th Ri-gimtnt, to be LientWUOt, vice Edwlrd Pollard, rfeceafed.. ^8th Regiment of Foot, Surgeon's Mate William Graham ta.lfe Surgeon, bf pureWe,' vice William Paget, who "retire* %ptb (at rfir Royal America*) Regiment "of foot, Cipta'n CEHk|pMEft Frederick Gbttfched to -be Captain bi a Co.n � Ht�*Ste(*� vice Jaattej Wak*�ey> ttiWP, 4.'ttt�a*�nt JAfc|M�ner9 Kite co.be floating batteries, and a frigate. This f^uadron is to be commanded by M. Groodtfchiliing, and will be ready in io or>?Tlays. > ., Vienna, April 19^ Though a War with Pruflta is looked upon as inevitable, our Court and that of Peteriburgh have not yet recalled their respective Miniiters from Berlin The Republic of Venice has broke the neutrality {he has hitherto obferved, and has joined the Courts of Spaiqi France, and Naples, to enter into the party of Auftria and Rufiia. That Republic is equipping 3 fleet as faft as poffible, and aflemblmg troops in Venetian Dalmatia. April 2 1. His Majefly has ordered that the cruel and barbarous puniihment of drawing the boats Ihall be abolifhed. S H Ciphen-Litu- ^A^CiitAm^r^^^^^ vice John Ht^t^S*Nwl*�gI���t of Foot, Andre* Dy*e, Gent. to t>e 'CTiagi^VwT^R^a r^refo)^ promoted in the 36th Regiment. 'Ctmmijpm rfc tlx Ketrt MiKtia, figned by the hard hieiitena&l * Weftern Regiment* John Ilrerrton Birch) E% to be Lieu-tenanr.   Bated April 3, 1790. *Gpmmffie* in the Surrey Militia-, jigitedfyibe Ltrd Lieutf/iant. Edward FVederfck Harvey, Gent, to be Lieotetont. Dated January 15^ I79�- Bankruptcy .'fu'ptrfeded. tieclrge Cocke the younger, of Walbrook* L6nd foi�ign Princes aftd ftaj^&4 and- for granting rewards fcr' difeovering Mch feamen �f fhall conceal themfelves.j "" pjt   .- '--r, p,       ,CSagfc $xckp&<* l*?dvn. � t i^y%fm& ^ti^Mmitk rain." :r y Sfcmfipjffift to Way     t^o, ' Q�?w [. ft**. AveaW�r�efc per QBaVter. *at?ey .-^ tieant � ktalt - 0*ts - Peafe - - Rape-See? Satwday *rti*v*d.~'tmmAik front Holland and : '       Flandei*�. ^/   Warfavi, April 14., According {6 le^fm fr^jJIt1 the ffontiersj, dated thV-jth inft.  -W6 of eighty guns, and feven of fe�nty-fdtir guns. They have alfo ip,ood troops ready for any expedition. Three more fhips 'of the line failed from Cadiz a few days before the accounts came o& and it. is not improbable that they have,a fquadron now at fea. The augmentation of the army is-, we under-ftandj generally nineteen men, a corporal and * drum to each company, with ^me, variation for the flanking companies, aad aMb for the guards. The Duke �f York has offered his fervice io go to Jamaica, with a "detachment of the Guards'. '. . ! rt�ett�rs have, been feat to the^ Lords LienteT nants of couuties from the\ W^r Office, direcVrng aretur" te ^e ma^e cf ^e ^ate �^ the,militia regimeuts> pr,e*ious1,lo their being called obt. Thi^'fegStita^^ to be fent to Jamaica, as it&-fesni^l^imirds^re -ui great force at the Havannah. -; T^^.^H^ ittsiy, not be loft, the regiments are to be fjliea"up/^^*ttghts from others-. .'' The Members of the Catch Club, Held ai the: \. ThatchedTldufe^ adjadjged the four gold medals, of T<� N3wrfca$  - oil Tuefday laft, ill'the folkwiag. jaartuer : %ff far th&bell ^non'ajhdi^rious Glee., Ga Satirrday "fix pei^os.,habited Kkefailors> and pretending to be a pre|%aiig, after parading : about .0affiron-hifl, kc. �^rtt into the hdiife of; .Mr.' Beli^> ^u^?�ii� In 'f^^ffiwfet.f:^ their. -j^t|^p^Og>t  made his eifcapC; the other n. were taken before the fitting Alderman at Gttlld hall, who committed them to the Goropterr--Mr* ^eil is bound ov^r to profecute^ III   I     �    1    >� !! 1 >'      1- . K I N G rs B E N C H. The King, �* the frtfecuiion bf Sir James MaS.RIOT, 'verfia Governor Parrt. Saturday Mr. Jekyll lhewed caafe ao/ainftthe jrOle ftiji, obtained by Mr. Erikine, a^ainft Go-vrfrriof Paixy, for fending a- challenge to Sir Jjnriies Marriot. a^f. Jekyll obferved to the Court, that the Governor was a gentleman.of great refpe&ability, wbelha^ filled i variety of ciVil and military em� pksyrttenrs, with the higheft honou r. iie hJl his aatholity M declare, that it was far from kis intention to libel, or fend a challenge to Sir James, and that he fejt the impropriety of a fuitor  .w,jc;�.�Wa_^�-^L^L.,,.M.>...%;.r .f ...... a. whtch they tendered a bill, purporting to be the bill of Thomas Fanlhaw, Efq; in favour of Samuel Thornton, Efq; or order, on Meffrs.|j| Hankey, and with the farne^ acceptance as to the �)IED } ' mt tfeefcrfe his ho6fe at Hitchlir, Wutiant Bdgdahi,. Efq; late Fe'fiow of King's College, Cambridge.-A. few dkys hnce, at Iflington, Joan Lloyd, Efq; a Barrijter at Law, and one of the Cornrniflioners of - Banfeupt.^ The 6th qf September laft, on board the General Eliott jntfiaman, on his paflage 'from Bombay-, to China, in the 18th year cf his age, Mr. Thomas CawleV Abin^ton, ybungeft fon of Major Abington, of Cobbans, Surrey,-Sunday fe'night, Mrs. Catharina Langley, ot Gouldine, 12th yeir of. her age, Mifs Emity Birch, efdelt daughter pf Mr. Samtefci Birch,, of Cornhill- Wedriefdaj* Ktft, at her apartmeti'ts m EdgwareV Mrs.. Ann Pict, a msadeh Tady.-^-Sunday fe'nnight, hear MaricheJle'r, Wm. Grea vesr, of Liverpool, Efq; a Captain in his Majefty's 79th regiment of foot. BANKRUPTS. Thorna� Breach arid *ffaoH>aa: Wt)tt,.air Cornliilf, in die city if London, hofiers, hatters, and copartners j tofurfen'-der N4ay"�o,.. at ttn\ aS, and June 1^, atlwe, at GuSdhafr> London.   Attorrte', Mr. Vandftcomb, Batti-lane. Tho^st Miridin, late of C16th ta'r, London, maah m R aipiable charafter, and faid he had lodged ^ihjer houfe fome time, in the coiirfe of which fhe had never known him out but once or twice after twelve? b^tto^k, s , Saturday. higftt abo�t ten .o'clock> the Rev. ;QivWoj^ ->i^F'th^-. ^riidtfi Mufeum, wa$ fei&ed with�u J^opkc^C ftroke at Sir-Jofeph Banks's, Sbh$-fguare.   Every aitllance was adminiftered to J^nij.and he. was attended'by Dr. Carmirfiael Sjn^h, but expired yefterday morning, at hts own ; apta^nents. about four o'cloclc.   He has left twp' . ami^bifi^aughters,.who have loft a very tender; fatheri?�ra j^kiety a very worthy member.   His ejjt|e^�i| knowledge of the learned languages is Sp^f|^3|^|0wif tO;need mentibh. aiii4ERlED.] ' Orr Thurfday, at Rumfbrd, Robert Helm^ to Mifs Blanditia Ma(hii;er, -rfecohd"daughter of.Mr; WUHam Malhiter, of To'iver-hilL g------� - j    �-    auatbU May 20, a 1, and -June 19, at ,eTe*�ii at the Crofcn, iA Nant*ich.; Attorney, Mr. Richard Ed &on, io Kantwich> or MeYT. Parkrr and HaivktVorth, Chancety-l3ne, London^ 1 bomas Heclor, late ojf Shenftene Pa*, bot now of the-pariih of Weefjrd, StaffatdftiW, money fcriverier j :to fur-icnder May t#, aJo^ and June ,39, at fievei>, at the George Tnn, in Wailall, itaffordfliire.' Attorney, Mr. Richard Jeffon, in VVaffall, ct Mefi*. K.in&rley and Long> Symdnd's-inn, London. Thomas Maurice, o'f Bridge ftreet^ Weftm'nftei-, Middle-lex-, linen-drapery to f^rVtnd 'r Mjy 13,4.1, at ten, and June, ig, at fi�r, it Guildhai!, London. X:ttorm;y, Mi. JEvans-, Fu'niv*l*s Inn, Holborn. ~ Thomas S.ojr-f'r, lafe of Londoh-r'oad, near Black, frye-s, iri the parift 0/ Chrift 'Chuijfr, S^rVy, twncV; toUir/ehder Ma^ 1 j, at five,^ Ju"he r, ai' t\�e!vr, knd 15, at five, atGuild'-hail, Londort. Attorney, Mr. Wiliiamk, 5�i0n-e^iege-g�r�i dens, Aldermantwy*. ; 5 Adam Brown, or' Berwick ftitet, ih t>>e p iriA of St. Ann* Soho, MidiJefcx, tarpfnter a.id tro1r&^ td ftfrteadoe M�f 13, jS, and June 19, at elsv^n, at G'xrtflfiuT, Lnnaon. Attorney, Mr. Wtfght, 'Noury Pualjci No. ^cr, Duke-ftreet, Mancri-fter-fquaTe. Elmit Walr/by, of L>utfr, Llricolnftire, wine merchant; to fufTentler May *r, �i, ini Jone 3-5, at ereven, a: the Blue-ftonfc Inn, in Louth. Attorftey, Mr. Webb, at LoutK, or MefT. Jtnlcins, James, and Abbot, New Inn, London. Samael Edgley, of Mancheiter, Lin'cafh'rre, foftian-mann-fjfturer i to furrender May "31, and fiine 1, 19, at threr, "at the Ball's-head I�n, in Manchefttr. Attorney, Mr. TohA Kay, Mancl.iefter. , J Dividends to be made. Samuel freaker, W.r. .if Rioamffw..^-.� m^Jia. t�.. ..^- Richard Rarcauw, of Manyiefter, l.artcaihire, cartoa* merchant^ jutyzr. �t ten-, at Guitdhall, London. Jamea Role, of Sfflith's.buildfngs, teadenhall ftreer, Lo�� don, merchant; July *7, at ten, atGuiUtaafi, London. Thomas Kiftiyfide, of Faftion-Jtreet^ SpitalfieMa, Mi�� dleftxi, carper.tet; Jane T> at five, at CtfUdtftU, lUftd�n. Ihumas Vigueis, of the Strand, Mlddlefex, woolien_dra� per, (&b and fatviving partner of Th�m�s V*ig�r�, late of the t�me place, woetlen-dtapeT, deeeafrd;) May 29, at five, at Guildhall, London.   Fftul Dividend. Tbamae Nicfefon, of Toufron, Lancafliirs, woollen-draper; May 31, at tenj at the King's-arms, in Water-ftreet) Livetpool. Griffi h Williams, late of Pentregwafaney, in the pari lb of Moid, Flintlhire, hut now ef the town of Mold, money* fcrivener j May *  at the Feather's lnn> in the city of Chefter.. Henry Cook, of St. Gfytb, EOex, corn-merchant 3 Jon* c, at fix, at Guildhall, Lorrdoh. William Afliburner, of the parifli of fit. PaoL Covent-gardenj Middlefeit, mercer { Jone 5, at fia, at Guildhall, London. Edward Leefles, late of Royd's Ha�; in the parifc of Brad* ford, Yorkfliite, money-fcrivener 5 May 31-, at leoj at the Sun Inn, in Bradford. Jenkin CuU*�, of Folkftont, K�nt, merchant 5 Jaoe S, at ten> at Guildhall, London. Dividend! adjourned. Jamee de Drufina and James Clerk, of the city of London, merchants,' (partners witn Julius Conrad Ridder, late of the city of bondoV, but now of Lilbon, in Portugal) mercbait, tradings-amJeir tiie firm or de Druiina, Ridder, and Clerk ; -J una�4,. at *le��o, atGuJldh.il, Londoh. � , Dott�KStfUe� ^fepfl Bttbni not? }'o)m. Sfller, ofQariic*.. ?hiH| in the city o* Londonr m'erchantr�'^J�'f� iellera, aoi fate ' parthferJrf lHaf' ifr � ten, at Guildhall. '^^^eauttobegrtnt%d. jwhn Griffin, now or late, of Fareham, kenti mercer and draper,) on or befoi* May U).- Robert Spoil, of Godalming, Sijrry, carpenter and malt* fter ;. on cr before Klay 19. -     '    , Robert Wilkinfon, late o.F. Eaft Ferry, in the parlm of Scotton) Linc^hlhire, dealer and chapman) on ot before May *g.,   ;   . ^.f: ;.; . .        \,_     . s  *; jofeph J&Motl, of the city of Path, Somerletflurej vint* ner ; on.or befcre May 49.      ,      v;.| .  on or before Ma> to. Margaret Qasley, (partner wriih Jarnes BaifcyfJod Williao. Datley) of thifcicy of Briftoi, roerchfnt, trading. .wider, (be firm of ;M�r^fet Bailey and Sons j. on or bef�rei.lWa*      ; ' ^MfeNT^V CANA^ MVldATlON. ft NY Perfon having Shares in this Ur.d.r-l\,4&frii''i&4 ^tiling to difpofe of- them, wijt ple^fe to sddrafsa Lin� to J.K.. t i.bs^t.'-t at.      Rollafon's, Printer, in Coventry, iitiflg tfte lowclV^mvo^Jfale, and an AnfweC '" be-immeiiateiy ^i?ea eithft to accept pr rtfufe tl>e P��r� cnaf Mar 8, ''Si   

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