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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 18, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. From  T U ESD A Y, May ~i8, to T M V RSDA Y, Max 1790. 883ft WE DNESDAY, May i 9. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Petkrsburgh, April 23. ESTERDAY Count Co-was admitted to hi ",1****i^-t}:*>y~ t/. ,-� $p$ly yj$${ an audience �f her rm peria!'Majefty, and had the honour of delivering his credentials, as Am-baflador Extraordinary and Minifter Plenipotentiary from his Royal and Apoftolic Majefty the King of Hungary and Bohemia. And on Sunday laft the Baron de la Turbie had the like honour, in quality of Envoy Extraordinary and Miniller Plenipotentiary from the King of Sardinia. [This Gazette alfo contains two proclamations by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, for the pur-pofes mentioned in our laft, viz. one for proroguing the Parliament of that kingdom to Tuef-day the 8th of June ; the other for requiring all Civil Magistrates to aflitl his Majefty's officers in impreffing feamen, &c] Office of Ordnance, May 17.     J Heya! Regiment of Artillery, Secoad Lieuiyant J�hn Qua; Is rs appointed to be Firft Lieutenant, Vice Robert Lock, de-,  c?afed. . /: fcrjeutenait Colonel George Lewis to be Colonel, vice Griffith .. Williams, deceafed. Major Philip Martin to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice George Lewis, promoted, fcaptaln Thomas Pateifun to be Major, vice Phillip Martin, promoted. Captain-Lieutenant John Macleod to be Captain of a C> mpa- 'ivf, vice Thomas Paterfon, promoted. Firft Lieutenant James MiJI-r to be Captain lieurer.an', vice- , John Macleod-, promoted. Second Lieutenant Milian E^erton to be Firft Lieutenant, v:ce . J*aiwes Miller, promoted. Sfcrcm-i Lieutenant George A. Wood to be Firft L'eitenant, vfee Chrifropher Mayers, fuperfede^. second Lieutenant'Richard Dickenfon to be Fiift Lieuenant, viee Lodovick Hamiltor, refigned. BANKRUPTS. George Smith, of Ludgate-ftreer, in the c*>ty of London, $*rfumer} to furrepder J.ine 5, ra, at five, and 19, at ten, it Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Bland, Racquet-feaurt, Flr� ftreet. t   Henry Lay, of Hough ton-ftrtrt, Clarke-market, Middle-ftx, �ieTo�Iier; to furre>der May ar, and [use 1, 29, at i lfe�, at Guildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr. RufTen, Crown- j Richard Hill,   of Birmingham,  Warwickfhire,  anvil- ! leaker \ to furrender June 4, 5, and 29, at three, at the Chain Inn, in Biill-freet,  Birmingham.   Attorney, Mr. John Lowr, at Caoiphill, near Birmingham. Thomas Summerland, late if Deretend, in the parifh of JWloo, rear Birmingham, Warwickfhire, victualler and buil-tfirs to futtaiwler June 4, 5, 29, at three, at the Chain Inn, in Bull-Jtreet, Birmingham. Attorney, Mr. John Lowe, at fcaropaill, near Birmingham. Dividends to be made. fohn Parker, late of Shacklaton, In WacTworth, in the ^frfft'of" Halifax, Yorkfhire, merchant j Juae 29, at ten, at the Taltor, in Halifax.   Final Dividend. William Hepton, uf Chairord, Glouccfreifhire, clothier; iune ii, at eleven, at the Ram Ian, in Cirenccfter.   Final 'ividend. Edwaid Atdudgf, of the parifh of B'fTey, Gloueeftefbire, dealer and chapman ; June 11, at eleven, at the Rim Inn, in Cirencefter.   Final Dividend. John Rnbinfon, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, taylor and - iHefman; June u, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Ralph Gee acd R ichard Amphlett, late of Birmingham, V/.irwickftire, b> ckle mikers; June 14, at three, at the Chain Inn, in Bull-ftrect, Birmingham. John Mitchell, of Yeovil, Sometfetfhire, (hopkeeper ; Jane 16, at five, at Guildhall, London. James Margetfon, of Church-court, Clement's lane, Lon-toni merchant; Jane 16, at five, at Guildhall. London. Richard Clarke, late of Love-lane, Aldermanbury, London, merchant ; July 8, at ten-j at Guildhall, London. f.->feph Clark, Thomas Rige, and John Crcrr.pton, of Maochefter, Lancifh're, merchants and fufti'n-manufactu-rbrs, and copaitnets ; June 8, at three, at the Bridgwuer-arms Inn, in M^nchefter.   Final Dividend. Peter Gran*, formerly of Coleman-ftreer, in the city of London, and Ute dl, at the Office of Meflrs. Olbomeand Leager, before ten o'Cluck in the Forenoon of the 24th Day of June ne*�, to which Hour tlw Coimnifii.mers have adjourned for the Purpose of taking fuch P opofals into Confidcration.      | 1258 PREGN ANT LAD IE S, 'HOSE fituation require a temporary retirement, may be accommodated with Apartments to .ie-in, agreeable to thdr' circumstances, an4 depend on being treated with honour, attention, and fecrecy^ tiieir In-fints put out to rwrfe, and humanely taken cars of, by applying t) Mrs. Millar, Midwife, at the S  1790*   > '        .  ^ ^r.'?.2-r To the. Gentlemen, Giergy> and Freeholders of ^the^County of S?KTTHAMPTON. Genrlcmen, IT becomes neceifary for us to rene\v 6ur Acknowledgements to you, for the recent Proofs you- have afFord&f us of that generous a�4-tH�iform Support we have experienced from you, 6'nce we had the dtltingilWhed Honour of bemg anproved of as proper Perfons to reprefent this: County in Parliament. We enterained too high an Opinion of the Zeal and Integrity of our Friends, to harbour the fmalleft Doubt that thei would fuffer themdlves to lie feduced from the Cay fe. they hai efpoufed by any Attempts of our Opponents ; andJt fills us , with Gratitude, to find your Attachment to as confirmed and ' ftrengthened fince their Appearance among yon. -Sutii Pirmnefs on your Part, Gentlemen, as it de.rand* ourwumefl Thanks, fo will it excite in us (fhoul'd we havS the Honour of becoming your Representative;) the moft earneft.Endeavours to u.erit the gooJ Ot inlon you entertain of us, by aftrici and unfhaken Attachment to the Princi. !c: of the Conftitution,.by an upright and indepenJer-t Co .duel Tri Parliament, and by"a aealousand aSive Attcation to the In^ teteftsofthe County of Hants. tf we have inadvertently omitted paving r>ur perfonal Re-fpefts to every Freeholder, we hope it will be attributed to the very great Difficulty of waiting cn every individual in id extenfive a County. We have the henour to be, With the utmoft Cratitu>ie      RefpciT, Gentlemeu, Vour moi} obedient and fiU'-ful hilmMe Servants, WILLIAM HEATHCOtEi ON 's  C OCO A. BENCROFT. THIS celebrated COCOA, which is univer-fally held in Efle'm from its having been found tbemoft agreeab'e Subftitute for Tea for Breakfaft ever yet dlfcovered, pa ticularly co thole Ladies and Gentlemen with -whom Tea does not agree; it not having any of thofe craving Ineiteirencs whicS h ve frequently been known be_the Confequence*of drinking Tea. This Cocoa is not inferior to. die �eaJ cell Chocolate, as it is notf > heavy or fattening. Sold at xs. per lb. with Direction* for its tTfe. CHOCOLATE. ^ BOURT>ILtO?* h^s this Yeas issaHwfeA^artfr^Qf*-ttt*5y of the fame S agar Chocolate that gave fuch SatisfaAioa ||aft Year. i"\ All other Kinds of Chocolate ib the highfft Perfection, as h is made under bis own Jnfpe4fton. So\<\ by the above B l.yi at}4 jjwdtak zKSrtfoty Particitlarj } n�aj' he had b/ applying to H. Mozisy, of GainfbuTgh, in Li|colnfhire. ?>T. B. The Bertun      no Other Motive f r declining the Bu��e^a^3iilMU:^^ of Ne. ce^^eaufes to^JHIttia an 'advanc.d A^.e; mi has in Ob-jecrion to takSpg a Partner, who ca;i undeitike the Whal This Day was puklijhedx Price 1 AN APPEAL to ENGLaV of ihe ABUSED AFRICANS A POEM. N APPEAL to ENGLAND on BEHALF AFRICANS.   AT By T. WILKINSON. Printed for J. Phil ips, George-yard, Lomb ird-ftreet. O-f whom m'y be'had, la'ely publifhed, Nifbel on the Capacity of Negto-S; 8vo. Boards, Price f ia68 This Day ivas publijhed, Price is. ASHORT CRITICAL DISSERTS �^nthe TR,U�M-EiW�i�5"of Gf.NESIS I. ai ^fey th: Re Fellow of l^gdalerr SHORT CRITICAL DISSERTATION riiU�:-ME���M>�y-of--osNi ^gy th: Re*. JAMES HURDIS, M. A. �      Oxford, and Curate of BUrwafhr in Suffex. Johnfon, No. 71, St. Paul's Chnreh- Pria^T&ir J , yard. ' f�2r2 & a, few Days will he pbbltjbe'd, Jo *$po VoIutiw, Octavo, Price 10s. in Bra-ds, TJfiSTORICAL and BIOGRAPHICAL JT1 SKETCHES of the PROGRESS of BOTANY \A ENJGi.A^, from its Origin.tj the.InUjduSU'aof the Lin-nxi^Svften*. By RICHARD PULTENEY, M.D. FrR.S. Prlntef-for T. Caiell, in the Strand. D' SHIP-NEWS. Deal, May 17. Wind W.S. W. Yefterday failed his Majefty's (hip Director, and Wafp flobp. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's (hips Rofe and Aftrea, Cockatrice cutter, Lord Wal-fingham Eaft-Indiaman, and Diligence pilot. L O N D ON. The'Pl^nce of Wales gave audiences yefterday to the Dokes of Portland and Queenfberry, Lord Clermont, Lord Southampton, Mr. Sheridan, ^ec. and in the evening his -Royal Highnefs gav� tt.-jgnkiid dinner to a felett party of his friends at " ^ton-Houfe. fterday at noon a Cabinet Council Was held ar tne Duke of Leeds's Office, Whitehall, which was attended by all the Cabinet Mlnifters, and fat till four o'clock, when the Miniiters proceeded to their refpeftive feats in both Houfes of Parlia^ jment. The Royal Cliace clofed for the feafon on Saturday, with a brilliancy that gave general fatisfaflion : The deer was turned out at Tower-Hill, and xaken perfectly fafe in Afti-Wood, ALL Perfons who flood indebted to Mr. JOSEPH BENCROFT, late of WISBECH SAINT PETER s, in the' Ifle of Ely, Drover, at the Time of his Death, on Mortgage, Bond, or fimple Contract, are reqoefted to pay their feveral Debts to William Dunn, of Chatteris, or Mr. M. Hutchefon, of Wi&ech afovefaid, who are empowered, by Mr. Bencroft's Adminiftratrixes, to collect his Debts and adjuft his Affairs. And all Perfons having Claims on Mf. Bencroft's Effects, on delivering an Accexnt thereof j will be fatisfied.     [ 1x69 kESERTED from the Company of Royal Military Artificers, Sec. at Jerfey, JOHN   SMITH,   Labourer, born in the Parifh of Nantwieh, in the County of Chefter; aged 23 Years, five Feet 8 Inches and J high, brown Complexion, dark brown Hair, and hazle Eyes; had on when he went away  his Regimental Hat, Coat,  Waiftoat, and Breeches. Whoever fecures the faid Defertet in any cf his Majefty's Gaols fhall receive ONE^GlflNEA Reward, over and above the Allowance for apprehending Deferters, by applying to Chriftopher TeefdaW Efqt Ageat to the faid Coiw>'No. 19, Cxflsje-Street, Wejtiumger. g-6�ff DEVONSHIRE. To be LETT, and entered upon immediately, FurnifheJor Unfurnifhed, THE DWELLING-HOUSE called DUR-YARD-LODGE, wish the Gardens. Offices, and ^7 Acre* of rich. Pafture Land, adjoining and furrounding the Houfe, fituated one Mile from the City of Exeter, un.apl-afing Eminence, efleemed remarkably bealthy, commanding a Ww J>f the River Exe and the Sea, with an extenfive Profpi Q. of the Couotry. The Houfe confifls of Two hand fome Parlours, a Dining-Room, and Drawing-Room, fuitable Bed - Roc ms and Offices, w5rh Stable and Coach-Houfe. There is alfo a pteafant Plantation,. affording fhady Walks, at the Back of the Houfe. The Tenant may be accommodated with any Quantity of Land, either mo,cor lefs than 27 Acres. For viewing the Prernifes, and treating for the fame, Application may be made to Mr. S. Kingdon, of- Exeter. Eaeten April %i% 1790* [il'9 of the .ctive Part of ttie B .fiuefs. RNPIKE-ROAD, called LU"TON-DISTRICT. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Tolls ari/ing at the Toll-Gate uroa the Turnj;ikc-Roai near Barton, k*>wn by the Name of Barton Toli-Gate, will be LETT by AUCTION to the bed Bidje-, at the H.ufe of John Smith, beirg the George Inn, in Luton, in the County of Bed/or-l, en the lift Day of Jum^ next, between the Hours �f Twelve at Noon and Two in the Afternoon, Sivtbe Manner drretted by the Ait paffeJ in the Th'irteenth-YeJr of the Reign of his Ma/efty K-iO;; George the Third, (or regodating the Turnpike Roads ; which Tolls were laft Ier.fojijiie Temj of Three Years, at the Sum of One Hunzted" and five Pounds per Annum, and will be put up at that Sum. Whoever happens to be the belt Bidder muft, at the farne Ti,ne} give Security with fufficietK Sureties to the Satisfaction of the Truftees of she fa.d Turnpike-Ro,id, for Payment of the Rent agrees} fur, and at fuch Times as they fhall 4iro�b" J. LESLEY, --aw. Clerk �the Trjftees. * HiSig^riai^^KBr Dunft .ble, May 15, 17.90. HANTS, To be LETT, compleatly Furr.iftied, F ufe and Stable adjoining. There is no G ound to be lett with the, above P.emifes, but ai there is a Farm clofe by, t 'e Tenant may be fu^plied wixh Hay, Con, and Straw, aud fuch other Article* a? it produces, at reafonabls Pricrs, For further Particulars, and for a View of the Pr*m f**, apply to Mr. Charles St. Barbe, at Lym'mgton aforefato, and Le;�rs (pofl-paid) to hiife will be duly anfwered.   ~ [1273 In a few Days will he pHcW/bed* In Ono Volume, Otlavo, Price 6s. iri Bnaid�, ilikiftTited wrth a greit Nu.-�b�*-�^�ig���) . IDEAS, fuggefted on the Spot, in a late EXCURSION   through   FLANDERS,   GERMANY, ITALY and FRANCE. By   A.   WALKER, Lecturer on Natural and Experimental rT)Uo.fophy, Set. Printe-i for J. Robfon, in Bond-ilreet, and J. JoKnfjn, No. 72, St. Pill's Church-.yar.i. [iz^- This Day inas fubiijbca, Price is. AREVIEW of the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT in the BRITISH N AV Y, W.h a Method of Reform prppofed. In a Letter to the 3isht Honourable tbe Earl of Chatham, Firft Lord of th* Admiralty. By THOMAS TROTTER, M.D. Member of the Royal Medical Society, an Honorary Merit * ber of the Royal Phyfjcal and other Literary Societies of Edinburgh,^c Surgcoa of his Majefly's Navyi " Membrum-immedicabile enfe recidendum ne pars fincera trahatar."-Ovii. Printed for T.Bew, Paternnfter-roW.     T?!^ �       '1   1   '' ' '        M This Day was- publijbed*   ., E'egantly printed in Two Volumes, Qctavo, Price lis. ii� Boards, adorned with Frontifpieeoa de finned by Mr- Weft, The   THIRD   EDITION, (To which are add^t, Two Difcourfes preached at the Chapel of the Afylum, now �r , jfl the S.-!ra�d. %*-Ti�two additiooaJ Dift^urfes may. be had feparate, fcr tfie Benefit of the Purcbafcrs of "he former Bdfdonsj Price is.-6d. tl93 In the Prejs, ajui^ptediiy wilt be putkjhea, NAVAL and MILITAR� MEMOIRS of GREAT BRITAIN, fr.ira the Accelu >n of George the Second, in t7a,�, to the p'refent Tiroes j compiled fr..m Journals, Papers and Letters from Perfons of Rank in both Services, and enriched with many curious Particulars never before com rmnicated to the Public. By ROBERT BEATSON, Efq. . Author of the Political Index to tbe Hjilories of Great Britain and Ireland.  L"57 Printed for J. Strahan, No. 6y, Strand. The Military Operations mentioned'i� this Work are fuch o.ily ascome under the Name of Conjtind Expeditions. Gcnt'emen defirous of encou aging this Work will pl.ife to fend tbeir Names to Mr. Strah3a, No. 67, Strind. D   

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