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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 20, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ;�encc Halfpenny. Ftbm f HU IS t> A Y, May  20, *6 8. AT; 17 R D X'^i fey 22,  1790. FRIDAY. May 21. s. COUNTRY-NEW Plymouth, Mav 18. Culloden, Caftle have the Sound; Y but they cannot yet fail for Spithead, for they want 1200 men of their complement. The Cum-...... _ berland and Impregna- ^I'OdM^i^SS'^y the Sound this evening; they are alio ftiort of hands. The Car-rtttic is gone into dock. The Valiant is getting rtady with all difpatch. The Royal Duke is in-d&uigable in his attention to th� equipment; h; has got a draught of men from each fliip, and a detachment from the grenadier company of narines. The 33d regiment was this morning reviewed by Major General Scott. It is a moll promifmg oxps : though chiefly coinpofed of recruits, they ar^ as fleady as veterans. There is a great fcarcity of provisions at the VpoaUing Onicc here, and the guard flips have b'^n ordered to return their fpirits into flors. - -1---. j.      . S. HIP-NEW  S. fyea!, May 19. Wind S. S. E. Arrived, and fa^ed for Sheernefs, his Majefty's (loop Scout, and, Bacchus, Liddle, fiom Opcrto, for Ncw-taftle. Came down, and failed, the Fairy, for Africa. Remain in the Downs the Aftrea frigate, Cockatrice cutter, and Richmond, Peterfcn, from St. Ube's, for Peteriburgh. Grave/end, May 19. PafTed by the Calais picket, Gillingham, from Calais; Young ]ac�b, Young, and iVJaria, Furlon, from Rotterdam-; Elizabeth,, ijro-.vn, from Cork ; London, Neale, fom Smyrna ; Friend fhip, Heiketh, from Rouen ; Three Sillers, Armfixong, from MemeljBri-jtaania, Gardner, from Honduras; Queen, Perkins, and Britannia, L&iihman, from Oporto. � a      ii�        hi �    1      1 1 1 111    t LONDON. . Yefterday- afternoon the Duke of Beaufort, ^farquis of Saliibury, Earls Howe, Denbigh, jjarcourt, Courtoun, Lord Stopford, Sir George Howard; Duchefl'es of Beaufort and Ancaiter, MarcMonefs of Bath, Gountefi'es of Holdernels, Effingham, Gomroon, &c. vifited their Majeilies Sod the PrincefTes at Buckingham-houfe. Yefterday-morning' their Royal Highnefles the Prince of Wales and Duke of York let off from Carleton-houfe for Epfom races. ! Yefterday at one o'clock a Council was held at Tvlr. Secretary Grenville's office, in the Treafury, Whitehall^ which was attended by the Lord Pre-iUiettV^brd Privy-Seal, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Duke of Richmond, two Secretaries of jSiate, and the Firil Lord of the Admiralty. At half pail four o'clock the Council, broke up, when the Ministers proceeded to their refpe&ive Honfes of Parliament. ; Yefterday afternoon a meffenger arrived at the l!/uke of Leeds's office, Whitehall, from Lord Robert Fitzgerald The letters were immediately lent to the Duke, at hishoufe in Gvofvenor-fquare, who fummoned a Council, which met laft night at his Grace's ofHce. Admiral Dalrymple hoifted his flag on Wed-ftefday on bo?rd the. Sandwich, of 90 guns, at Bheernefs. Wednefday a Court of Directors was he!d at tHe Eaft-India-hojfe, at which MefT. Petrie and Hoddleftone attended, and were fworn into their respective offices of Counfellors of the Madras Government. A warrant has lately received the Royal figna-tcre for cutting down 1000 loads of timber in the Foreff of Dean, for the ufe of his Majefly's navy. A fimilar warrant has alfo been figned, for felling the fame quantity in the New Foreft. All the gentlemen who were put in nomination for the office of Sheriff for the year enfuing have paid their fines into the Chamber of London, except Meff. Sayer and Glyn, the former of whom was nominated under a mifnomer, and the latter is expedled to ferve. Lord Duncannon, who arrived in town from France on Wednefday, was prefent in the National Aflembly when the King's Meflage was delivered. The ball and fupper which his Majeily gave oh Wednefday night at Buckingham Houfe, in compliment to the Queen, was the moft fuperb entertainment of the kind that has been given tor fbme time.   All the Princeffes were jprefent, atffd danced.   The Prince of Wales, Dukes of York and Gloucefter, Prince William and Prin-�efs Sophia of Gloucester were alfo prefent j as were one hundred and twenty-eight of the Nobility of both fexes.   After fupper, the dance Was renewed, .and the company did not retire u;.-t\\ half after four o'clock.   The Prince of Wales %nd Duke of Y,ork retired at three, and went to *he- Mafquerade at Ranelagh. It is with infinite pleafurc, we announce to the public, that the 'difagreeable altercation between Lord George Gordon and Mr. Akerman it amicably fettled to the fatisfaclion of all parties. His Lordfhip is comfortably fitotted in his former apartment. We underftand that the fentehce pronounced by the Court-Martial, againft the Corporal who ftruck Major Montgomery, il death. It is-pror bable, that though the difcipline' of the fervice required .this fentence, there are circumilances in the poor fellow's cafe that will incline his Majefty to mercy. Yefterday was held the anniverfary meeting of the Sons of the Clergy, at which were prefent the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor ; his Grace the Archbifhop of Canterbury, Prefi'dent j Sir^Jbhri Skynner, Vice Preiident; his Grace the Arch-bifliop of York ; Bifhops of Salifbury,  n4     ^i�i8 npHE CMsora of*^ SAMPSON B A of PETER^OROKr, in theCotonty otNpi toff, Grailer, are defired ^&feaJ an Account of ~fh mands, with the Nature of weir Securities (ir any), to l&BVs. Hodgfjn and HardcaAle, Forneys *| Law, ^ymood'�^nn, Chancery-Line, London. f'*9* '" SHEPTON - MALLET, r SOMERSETSHIRE. THE Creditors of Mr. RICHARD SABA-TIER, Maltilerapa Biewe , an defired � meet here,* at the deorge Ian, on Friday Momiag, tbtf^tivof J6�e, precifely at Ten o'clock. r>*95 To, be   SO L D, - ARENT CHARGE of 40I. ^per Annum, payable Half-yearly f *r evrr, cteaWfcf aH Deductions, ifluirg -utof aFreeholJ EiUte in the County �f Lincoln, of the yearly Value of 1701. and upwards. For Particalars iaquire of M.. Lowndes, Rsdlion-fquare, London. ["54 * L^RPOOL. P.   F AIRWE A.TH.ER, Mafterof the SHIP MARY-ANN, of this Port, EMBRACES this earlieft Opportunity of ex-pielfing his Giatitude, by returning his warm-ft 't Uanlcs tu Capta'n M'Do ough, of his MijefVy's Packet Tankervill:, for ihe kioi! and hum iiie latur.nation its gave him, on the Evening of the 30th of Marcb laft: in Lar. 41. 54.N. long. 4S.W. which enable^ hi;n to avoids \ larg^ Quantity of Ice that lay in his G.urjfc j,acd to wMch fijendry in-f^rfltatioii ne'coitcelves  bimfelf" indebted for the Safely and Pref:ivation of the Ship, and the Lives of ninifelf and Ship's Com['a"y. [1*65 " To  the   C L E R G Y. 'ANTED two CURACIES.   The one, by a fijjrr^ei Clergyman, either with rvr without a Parfonage-Houfe j and if a Probability of eftabliflung eithera Boarding or genteel Day School, the Stipend will not be regarded. The other by a Tingle Gentleman, v�ho will accept of either a temp rary or fix-dGuracy, and the Quantity of Salary will nut be confidered as an Objrfl of Im.or.ance. N. V.. Bftiiare in Pr'eft Orders, and Gr.�du.'.c r of one of the Un'v^-rGtios.   Diftance frenv London immatcri. 1. L o\v> red, by Mr. Benoroft's Adniinillratrixes, to collect his Debts and aJjuit      Affairs. And all Perfons hiving Claims on Mr. Bencroft's EfFsfls, op delivering an A�fcO-inc t.'.ereof, will be fatisfied.     [1169 To PRINTERS and BOOKSELLERS. TO be difpefrd of, the whole Stock and Priat-ing'Ma�cri�T$ of Peiibn (wilhingto decline the Bufi-nefc) in. an exte-ftve WhcleUe Line, in the Country., The Situation i> beyond Compare defirable?-for Latd artd;.Water Carria^� ; an! die Buftnefs wcHjf|tjbli/hed> � 'Hje Printing-Office and V/are-R>ums aie very c onxriPwous, and are lie-cured on a long Lcafe, at a lnw Rent. -*TWk. whole may be taken and entered on immediately (the Amount of which m^y be ibout 3,000!); and further necelVary Particulars m3> be had by aypiy-ng t> Jjj, Moiley,..(^QaTd&utgh, ui Lin'.oln.'hJ' c. 1^. B. Th-j r�rfcn h� no other Mo^ire fy( declining the SnlineN, ~h?r. what'arTfesMtoto Tbe gM^K^fE^�it'of .I(V>. ci^ty caufes c  one in an advanced Agej an) iias no Ob-;ect-nn to tr.king a Partner,;-pbo can ttaieitaite^ihe Whol w t he -itive Part qr' tiie B uneis. (IW9 SEA   EAT HI N G, Ac FOLKSTONE, in KENT. FOLKS! ONE'is fituated about feventy-two Miiesfrom London, fixieen from Canterbury, twenty-fi )d at'all the Water Warehoufes in London j at Mr Pprry's Apothecary, at Bith ; ac Mr. Bennett's, Chymift, in Oxford j and/it Mr. Mills's, Wine_-fite-t, Briilol. [IS fS6flTHAMPT N. Geatleroen, .  ...' IT becomes atce&ry for as to renew o$jr Ac-knowiedgements to you, tor the recent Proofs you,have afforded us of that generou s and uniform Support we have ejt* - " perk'need from you, fince we hai the diftinguiftied Honous of being approved of as proper Perfoos to reprefeat this County in Parliament. . . We enrertaTntd too nigh-' an Opinion of the Zeal inn Integrity of our Friends, to hwbjur the fniallefi Doubt th*t thrs would fuffer themfilv,estobefeducedfromtheC*u,fetheJBAd efpttnfed by any Attempts of our Ctpponent&.;. and it ?.Us us with Gratitude, to find your Attachment to*us'conii On Toefdsy the Eighth Day of June next, between the Hours of Three and Six in-the Afternoon, at lbe Checj er Inn at Whitchurch, ~" AVery defirable and complete FRKEHOLp � "ESTATF., n.uate at E-iSI-BULUNGTOiV, four Mile* from Whitchurch; and Eijjbt from V/incheifsr j c-n-fiffing of a Farm-Houfe, with Barns, St�blt-s', asd other convenient OiK-houfes neceiTary for fach a Fir'.n, ai>d aja Statute Acns �nd upwards of Arable, MrSdw; �ni Miidea Powrty with a Right if Common for t�"n'y Cows on ths CuW Common there, of which the Purcnafer may have im-meiiace F^jtTellton t> prepare for a Wheat Crop. All Grafi S eds arid Work dur-.e -towards the next Crop to. be immediately paid for by the.Purcnafer.  . For a View of the Ettare apply to Mr. John Waie, It. Bullrngton at\�cfaid. N. B. Tftif is the firft Spot in the County for bui-ding a Manfio:'.-Houfe, on hav'ng a fine fc; pentii e Troiit Stream in. Front towards the South, and being within a moderate Diftarce of a Deer Hunt ; two Miles fioma Park of P^x-Hounds, and nns Mile 'a Pack ot Hsrrisrs ; and with.n a Miie of ths Great Weftsrn Turnpike and the Cnifs-R-jid from Oxford to Southampton, thr^cgh Sxitton-Scotnev, by � which the Coaches pafs.and repafg every Day. J^iipo A New and Ir-faliible Difcovery for dcltrdying R A T S. THE Public are .now offered a Compbfitiorl in Powder, the Invention of a Miller of extenfivii'Bu-finefs in Hampshire, whole Premiss and Property were far Years intefledanJ over-run by thefe Vermin, notwithsland-ing he went to every Expcnce, and tried every Kind of Pufte and Preparation that was publicly or privasely recommended tode.trov t.-.im. Phillips's Powder was even tried m vain, being' found erfeftual only for one Species of the Rar, whilft the others would not touch it; After trying a Number of Ex* perimeus, a Variety of Ingredients were fuccefsfully com* -bhtotf, which^wih-not -o4y utterly �*rirpats them a: or.ee ufing, fcut is of fo tempting a-X^iaHtyj that |^|ts of every Kind will voracioufly eat it even in Sights and in Prefetence to all ether Food, and yet.no Cat will touch it. As the Ad-vertifcr isa Perfunuf ertabliflied Reputation^ in eafv Circumftances, and" to whom Reference may be had, it is Rare ly ne- _ ctflary to fay, that his Motive in cflering it to the Public, is' for the general Good ; and if In any Cafe ic proves inefficai ciaus, the Mi>ncy will be returned. In Miili, F*rms, and on Bo^rd Ships, i:s Utility may" be foon experience'.. It is made up in i'ackets at a>. 6J. each, with proper Directions for its Ufe, which is enough to deftroy 1 Thcufcndj il the Directions are followed. Sold Wholefa1* by C. Stalker, Stationers Court, Ludgate-ftrretj and by Champante and Whltrow, je.vry ftreet, Aid-gate, London j by the Printers, Bookfellers, and Stationers in every Town in the Kingdom ; and may be had of rhe Newfmsn. ("516 Genuine PECTORAL BALSAM of HONEV* Invented by thehteSir JOHN HILL, M. D. And now faith/ully prepared from his MS. Recipes, by his Relift and Executrix, the Ron. LADY HILL, at hsr Houfe in Curzon-Street, Berkeley-Square, London. MORE than 30 Years Experience has confirmed the unequalled Efficacy and Safety of this ela-gimt Medicine in the immediate Relief, and graaual Cure, of Coughs, Colds, Sore Throats, Hoarfsnefs^D:fficulty 0/ Breathinj, Catarrhs, Afthmas, and Confumptions; fur it is the greateft Preferyer of the Lungs, and contains all die . healing, fattening., and foothing O^ialities of that Jalubrious Extract of Flowew.cabled Florijy, and the efleniial Parts of the richeft Balfsms; it is as reitorat�Se .as. Affes ALlk,. and never xtifagrees with the Stomach, A'Tea-Spoonful in a Wine Gbfs of Water is.a Dofe,. converting rhe Water into a moll pleafant Balfamic L'quor, td b: tiken Morning and E�er.ing. A common Cold yields to the benign Influence of this Medicine in-l(-few Hours; and when -retorted to before the 14MB*axe ulcerated, all Danger of Confuniption. is cer* tainly prevented. Such are the faint Outlines of the Merits or Sir John Hill's Balfam of Honey,.a Prepaj-ation of moli exalted Efficacy, "the refi.lt of long Refearches into Nature, by rhe Linmsus of Britain ; a man who dedicated hisLifeto Botany,  and juftly fought ths true Means of;Health in the Vegetable Kingdom-but as the fevsreft Human Laws aie unequal to the Prevention of extreme Fraud by Coining and Fo geryt fo it is nSt to^be" admired that the Merits of this Medicine have induced bifc and avaricious M:�a to vendcoun4 tetfeit Preparaiicns of it, Preparation, n t merely devoid of - all Efficacy, but alfo highly d.eleteriouforit is nrt langiinre that the Lady of the Rev. Mr. Fov^r, of B;-terbo^ugh, "had nearly fallen a Sacrifice to a fpurious Balfam 0 ' Honeyj fold by a perfm, of that Place, *nd'which he ft weitohave b:en bought by him, as genuine, of a wiulefa'e Druggiftin Sold, by fpecial Appointment of Lady HUl{at by the Lon-* don Gaxstte of March �3, 179a), by W* Bacon, at bis Ivie. kinal Warehoi.fe, No. t co, Oxford (rre�t, London, in Bottles Price 3s; 6d. each, legally damped; where Venders m*y be iupp!i�j,ind where on y -Orders for Exportation muft be . a reded. g^. As a double Pledge of Authenticity to thle Affifled, L-idy KH ligns her Name upon cv?ry Bottie , and W. Bacon* as Vender, is written by Him upba e�ry S�mp.-No o.hers are genuine* [904   

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