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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 22, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L   O  N- D  ON.) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. From SATURDAY, Ma? 2,2, ta.TUESP A Y, May 25,  1790. ff834 MONDAY, May 24. from the. LONDON GAZETTE. WaiTEHALt, May 22. ^O^^^t~r^',. HE King has beenpleafed  inted to be Lieutena-1, by pur-cbatie, vice Thomas St. John, who r*tires. Ditto, j-ame* Behenn*, Ger.t. to be Surgeon, by purch.fe, vice Richard Newman Toll, who retites. ifeta (or InnifkiHing) regiment of Dragn us, Ca-npSell Morrr, Gent- to be Corirt, oy purchafc, vice J. Gafpar Lt Mar-chant, promoted ip the *d regiment of Dragoon Guards. icth (or ih" Prince of Wales's own) ie6ijienl of Li^hi Dra goons, Cornet Hon. William Lumley to be Lieut-.nanr, by purcbafe, vice George Ker, who retires. i8th for the Royal Lift) regiment of F 0% Enfign William Htnn to be Lieutenant, by purchafe, vice Ihjinas Saun dert.Sebr'ght, promo-ed fn the 45th regiment. btttftit Philip Dureif, Grnt. to be Eofign, vice William .49th regiment or Foul, James Allan, Gent, to be Enfign, by purchafe, vice Richard N'.fworthy, who retires. j^gth rcgrment of Foot, William Campbtrh, Gent, to be Enfign, by pgichafe, vice John Webb, pionwted. ^oth (or the Uoyai American) regiment cf Foot, Enfign Edmund Spal'ii'gj from the Half-pay of the late:id regimen^ to be Ei fijjn, vice. Jjhn Cjun-s, v ho exchanges. Major Benjamin Chapman, of the i3th (or the Royal lrifti) regimnt of Foot, to be Deouty Q^arter-Mafter-General to the Fonts in- Jamaica, with the task of Lieutenant- Colonel in the army. fcipejin R'obert Brownrigg, of the regimen", to be Deputy Adjutant General to the Forces in Jamaica, with the task of hWjor in the army. is Claude Du Mitand,of Ote�' Suf^lk-ftreet, iathrl ^gry appearance of a further exteniTon of war f St. Martin m the F*d*  Middlefex, merchant j l     TLfft.,.A nJn(>rs mention. tW * fmail-fl. Alexander Tonge, of Wefthoughtort, LtwrfMre, fuftian-maimfa&uier j Juneji^at thiieeV at tke,Cot*h and Horfes Inn, in Manchefter.     . "* Thomas Bolton, of Eirminghamf Waf}wrcfc{hire, buckle-maker and plater , June 18, at c^ men, ajad i*. to be; joined by lQ,oooHeB&fe, aisl^he faigae nanajter w ffanoverians. .  f^n the other iide, 18,000 men have been ordered to,-inarch froTn Semlin, to join the Imperial troops in, Bohemia: and, in fact, there is 1 The Dutch- papers mention, that a fmall fleet is--fitttng out to join a fimilar Englifh one to pro-eeVd-to the Bajtic.    ;       - ^The B'elgic Provinces are 1H11 in the power of their Prieils, who are continuing to aboliih, by degrees, the punting of all newfpapers. We are ifirmly. of opinion, a great deal of Wood will be'uSeot in this bufinefs befpre it isfiniihed.. The tnalacre of the; Protellants at Montaiiban was occafioned by'that Intolerant rage which the Clergy of all nations^ and of all times, have \ been fo profligate as to excite in the bofoms of the ignorant. The Bifhop of Montauban was wicked enough to collect, the people, and chieEy the women-and from the churches of his diocefe the female furies, warmed to enthuiiafm by the horrid doctrines of'the Priefts, and their rage being fhn&ified by Manes, were fent forth in all directions, fpreading murder and blood-fhed, for the ''/alee of preferving their holy religion. � Vefterday the Purfef of the Ponfborne Eaft-In-diaman arrived at the India-Houfe with aa account of that fhip's arrival off the Lizard. �The.Ponfborne failed from Bombay the 10th of January, arrived at St. Helena the 18th of March, and foiled from thence the 23d, in company with the General Goddard, from Madras and Bengal, and parted with her three days afterwards. General Nelfon and family; ; Mr, X>urhaoi and family ; Capt. Sraith, Capt. Haigh, and Lieut. Smith, are-paiTangers in the Ponfborne. The \Yintertori failed from Bombay the lit of January,5 was left at St. Helena, and was not to fail from thence till the 28th of M.archy the crew being rather fickly. lire Earl of Mansfield failed from St. Helena the 18th of March. On Saturday laJl the Purfers of the fhips Lord M. de Ruilly arrived here unexpectedly, and pofitively announced to a number of foldiers that j Macartney, and Marquis of Rockingham', arrived they fhould depart in fpite of every opposition ; --Ll--T-J:- �-f-  ~:-L jJ-;---r-L- r-e- -----� but on prefenting himfelf to the Commandant, the RETURNS of CO*N and GRA1 From May 10 to May 15, t7ijo. Quarters.	Price.		Awage Price per Quarter.	 	t.	a.	1.	t.     A. ic6i j	14036 19		1	6    5 1456	1938   8	0	-�	6    7 5440	10C3S   0	8	i	16   rb 3957	3661 1}	1	o	18    6 	69J   7	6	1	86     8 3�4	5�7   4--	1	1	if     3 6261	J797* 11	id	%	17    � Barley - Beans -� Malt - Oats - ?ea(i - llye - 2t ape Seed Wheat - B A N K R U P T S. Stephen Taylcr, late of BtentwoiJd^ Efqj ih-pkeeper ; tS lWrender June j> 12, at five, and July 3, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attchnev, Mr. Stethcn Pricej Nohhumber-itnd-ftree'', Strand. JohT Lo�th">an, rf Woodftock ftrest) in the pavifhofSt. Ceor^e, Hanover fquare, Middlefex, dealer in horfes} to fu-rendsr May�g, at twelve* June 8, at five, and July 3, at ten, � Guildhall, Ldndon. Attorney, Mr. Mounfey, Caftlc-ftrtet, Holborn. Jofeph Duglift, of Birmingham, Warwirkfliirefc butcher ; to furrender June j, 2� and JfvJy 3, at thiee, at tlm Horfe-ftoe Inn, in Edgbafton-ftreet/iJirmingham. Attorney, Mr. Cabell, Liocoln's-inn, Loildon, or Mr. Jouthall, in Bir-rningham. Thomas Hualey, late of the ci'y of Worcelhr, vintnet 5 to furrender June 8, 9, and July 3, at eleven, at the Hop-�>le Inn, in Foregate ftreet, in the city of Worctfter. Attorney, Mr. Thomu BrooUhildin?, in Worceder, or Mr. CrifTStbs, Chapel-ftairs, Lincoln's inn, London. John Humphries; of that part of Road which lies in the parifli of North Bradley, Wilts, iiiniiQltier and butcher $ to lurresder June 7, 8, and fuly 3, at ten, at the Crofs-keys Inn, in Roa afe: Jofy 3, at ten, at GuildhaH, Lando^ Maddox and Bigg, Carey-ftreet. John Bovrman, of th; city of Exeter, roaltftej-; to furren-def May y, June 1, and July j, at ten, at the Globe Ta-�ern, in the city of fcxaer. Attoriey, Mr. j( hn Jones, at Siete�, or Mr. Luxmoore, New cotirf, Temple^ London. Edward PurceK, of the Half-way Houiir, Hampftead RoatJ, ^� tfee paii.j of Sr. Pancras, Mi4rtkfex, cowkeeperj to fur-nltjier'May 19, at twelve, June 8, at five, and July 3, at fro,'"�* Guildhall, London. Attorn.es, M�(T. Lane and .EdoHJfldij Hattoa-garden, Holborn. 1        Dividends to bt made. Heflry Hart, of St. fohn'f, Soithwark, Surry, blfcuit-biker; June is, at twelve, at Guildhall, London.   Finil Dividend. Frederick Rider, �f Angel-alley, lathe pstift of St. Mary, Whitechapei, MiJilefex, fu^ar refiner f June-22, at":twel�e, at GuiWhall,.London.   Final Dividend. James Miller, of Shad Thsjaka, S^thiyark, Sony, btf-cuit-baker^ June 16,-at five, at Guilihatl, Lontion. Abraham Wilkinlon, of Stn�tton-gro�mJ, withm the Liberty of Wcft-niofter, Midflefrx, �TQ8aflerj June i*, at *rre, at OujldiaU, London. latter told him, that the regiment of Maine fhould not quit Corfica till afte* the arffyal of an equal number of troops; The people,ij^the mean time armed themfelves, and advanced towardsthe fortrefs, to hinder the faid regiment from going out. The Commandant, to reflore tranquillity, took from M. de Ruilly his command, ordered the whole corps not to obey him, and made the officers and foldiers withdraw to their quarters, with ' an injunction not to make,the lead motion. The Colonel retired in a rage to the Grenadiers barracks, which were furrounded by the people, who defired him to yield himfelf a prifoner, and fired frequently. But prayers and threats were in vain, they continued to fire, and the Grenadiers refufed to make any refiftance. At length the door being opened, the Colonel prefented himfelf, and in-ftantly fell down dead amidit a difc-hargeof fufils ; many others were wounded in this aclion. C O U N T R Y - N E W S. Oxfo'd, May 22. On Wednefday, in full Convocation, the Hon. Mr. Jenkinfon, of Chrill Church, fon of Lord Hawkefbgry, was admitted to the Honorary Degree of Mailer of Arts. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, May &i. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Roehampton, Miller, from Jamaica, and Pomona, Jackfon, from Georgia. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's (hip Aftrea, Cockatrice cutter, Diligence pilot; Clermont, Colly, for Virginia; Pleafant-Hill, Broome, for Newfoundland ; Harmony, Heavyiides, for.Brell; Bell, Boyd, for Quebec; Richmond, Peterfon, for Peterlburgh ; Friendfhip, Lipper, for Belfaft; Betfey* Niccol, for Gibraltar; and Heart of Oak, Halcrow, for Dublin.   Wind S. W. Dea', May 22. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Lord M'Cartney, Haye, the Rocking-hamj Blanchard, and Earl of Wycombe, Wood, from China; Countefs De Galvez, Reid, from New Orleans; and Providence, Vale, from it. Michael's. Came down, and failed with' the outward-bound, as per laft, the London Packet, Glafs, for Newry; and Elizabeth-, Fiiiley, for Bourdeaux. Remain in the Downs the Ailrea frigafce. Cockatrice cutter, and Richmond, Peterfon, for Peterlburgh.   Wind S. W. LONDON. Yefterday the Royal Family attended Divine fervice in' the .private Chapel at Windfor Caftle, and'Afterwards returned to the Lodge to dinner. Thfl qUv^ntity of rain which fell the preceding night prevented the walking on the Terrace. T*he 'Botch have, fourteen (hips of the line alnnoil ready for feaj and, by letters from Holland we are told* that orders hare been given for th�r equiptnew.; * ~ h^m4rt>ifci&aAn& of the 27th tilt, announce * itottV law of fixifliips of the line, befides frigate*;. atrhe India-Houfe,; with edifice of the fafe arrival of ;thoie fhips ofF Portland. They failed 'from China the 4th of January in company with th^.Nottingham and j^arl of Wycombe,' as has, been mentioned in a former The two laft mentioned fhips failed" from St. Helena with the Lord Macartney, and, if not already arrived, may be hourly expected- The Rockingham, which failed lalt from St. Helena, left no (lap there ; the pafl'engers in her are, The Rev. Benjawin Millinchamp ; Capt. William Prefsott, of the Madras Efta-biilhwent; and; � �      .' Mrs. Prefcott and family. And in the Earl of Wycombe, Mr. John Emmett. They were met in the Channel by the Nautilus (loop of war, who prefled all their hands that could be lp:ired. Yefterday noon the Purfer of the Foulis at-tended.at the Eaft-India-houfe, and received the Company's diipatches and other letters for.Bengal, Madras, and Bencoolen, and -immediately fet off for Gravefend. This is the lalt Indiaman to go out this feafon, and has an unufual number of pafl'engers on board The feventh regiment, of which Prince Edward; is Colonel, is ordered to Gibraltar; and that there may be no time loft in its embarkation, it is to be made up to 700 by draughts from ether r^egimehts. The Tontine of. Richmond Bridge is fo low in its produce as fix per cent, from the uncommon health of the fharefs of every age and clafs. The receipt at ,the Rehearfal in the Abbey on Saturday exceeded the nioft fangume expectations of the Directors. Near five hundred guineas were received at the doors. - A. final battle will foon be fought between, Humpreys and Mendoza ; but the time and place will be known to a very few gentlemen, as the combatants are under an obligation to keep the peace. MARRIED.] Laft week, the Hoa. Peregrine Bertie> one of the Reprefentatives for Oxford, to Mifs Hutchins, of Yattendon, Berks.-Saturday, John Ba.^ Efq; df New Bond-ftreet, to Mifs Jane Bonham, of Warley-place. Ta the Gentlemen, Clergy* atiil Fresholiers of    the County of SOUTHAMPTON. rGentlemen, IJTi becomes neceflary for tfs to renew our Ac-knowiedgenienta to you, ror the recent Proof* you lu-.e afforded us of that generous and uniform Support we have experienced from, you, fir.ee we had the diitingu (hed Honour of-'beinji approved of as proper Perfons to reprefaat this County in Parliament. We entertained too higS an Opinion of the Zeal and Integrity of our Friends, to harbour tne fmalleft Dciubt that dies would fuffer themfiives to be feducen from the Caufe they had efponfed by any Attempts of our Opponents ; and it U-.h us with Gratitude, to find your Attachment to us confirmed and ftrengthenec! fince their Appearance among you. Such. Fitmnefs on your Part, Gentjemcn.-as it demands our wjrrr.eft Thanks, (o will it excite in us (irwuld �e have the Honour 0/ becoming y;>ur Reprercntj ires) the mod e^rneft Enieavour* to merit the good 0/iriit>:i yju entertain o us, by a ftriS and un(h3ken Attachment to the Princi '.es of the-C�nftitution, by an upright and iniependent Cj duc.1 in Parliament, -rnd by a xeakms and active Attention tj the In-te:efts of the County of H mrs. It we have inadvertently omitted paying cur per.'.njl Re-fpefts to every Freeholder, we hope it w:ll be attributed to the very gr*at Difficul'yof waiting on every Individual in lb extenlive a County. We havr the hiimur to be, Wkh the utK.oit Grjtitude ^nd Refpecl, Gentlemen. Your moft obedient and fSTTful humble Srrvsnts, WILLIAM HEATHCOTE, WILLIAM CHUTE. Winchefter, April 30, 1790. THE Creditors of Mr. SAMPSON BARBER, of PETERBOROUGH, in theCojny of N't amp* ton, Grazier, are defired to f.*nd an Account of their Demands', with the Nature of their Securities (i; any), ro M-rffrs. Hodgfjn and Hardcaftle, Attorneys at Law, Sy.no.iii'j l.n, Chancery-Lane, London. 1    .1 �   � � � . 1   .i- ..  1...... � 1. WANTED to PURCHASE, Wi h immediate Rehgnation, AN ADVOWSON of Three Hundred Pounds pe Annum j with a mo-Jern built Houfe mJ 10 or 12 Acres of Glrbi upon it. The Counties cf Eiiix, Hertlcrl, or Ken^ will.be th* moll agre*eable.   ; Lerters (Poft-paid) to be diredt-.d .0 Mrs. Mafon, Saffirin-Walden, tllex. \ 1 �ft .     '   NOTICE to CRSDJTORS.       ~* THE Creditors of JOHN GREG SON, of ROWSLL, in the County if North mpton, Drape;, are defired to attend, by themfslvej or Agents, on M.ni^ay t ie 31 ft of May lnftarrt^between the Hiurs of Three and Fivi o'Clock. io the Afternoon, at tEe Houfe of. John Munton, the R:d-Liiini in Row^ll aforefaid, to f-nfult about.the proper Me.ifures'to be taken to get in the Eftate a-ii Effefls of the, faid John Gregfm. (1^12 To  the   CL E R G Y " WANTED two CURACIES,   The  otic, : , .by, a married Clergyman, .either with or withriu't a Parfbnage.4*&ufe ; and if a Probability of eftabliuYmg eitl)jer a'  In a feiu Days will hepuhlijbed, In Three Voiumea, large 0  " and no White n the le3ft about h.'r. Wlioever will bring the f.iid Mire to Mr. G. Whitfield, at Denham, .Bucks, fliall receive One Guin;a RewarJ, and all reafonable Expences paid. ... ' 1     If ftolen, whoever will apprehend the Offender or OfTrnders^ -j (hall, cn his or their Convidtioq, receive Ten Guineas Reward. C'3IC* BRISTOL,   5th May, 1790. To  BUILDERS. ANY Perfons willing to contrail for taking down rhe Walls of the Pari & Church of S . Tii nag in chis Ci.y (the Roof having been already tak a do*iiJ, and for building and compleatly �[.iilhi-g the N^.v Churchy raay fee the Plans and loftrudions, and may havaall necflary li-formatlan, by applying to Mr. James Allen, Architect, in St. Thomas's Street, Brii'ol, at any '1 ime aft-r the ^^i LuV. and fuchPe.fons are defired ta deliv r their Prjpoials, unlcr Seal, at the Office of Meffirs. Ofburne and Leager, iw-fore o'Clock in the Forenoon of the 24:!* Day of jane next, co which Hour the Commiftioners have adj >umei for the i'ur-pofc of talcing fuch Prepofals into Confid^ration.      I t 2; 8 To   be   SO L L>, AFREEHOLD HOUSE and GARDEN, fttuated in PR1NCES-RISB0R0UGH, a fm.ll Market-Town in the County of Bucks, fit for a private Gentleman's Family; confuting of a good Parlour ana Dining-room, a great Kitchen and a fmall one, Pantry, Sen. five Eed-Rooms on a Floor, with Garrets j a gnud Stalied-Stable, Wood-Houfe and Yard ; the Garden well plante.i with all Sorts uf Fmit-Trees, which beat in great Plenty. R.ifj.>ruugh, is 30 odd Miles from London, feven from Weft Wycombe, and feveo from Aylelbury. The whole In gor>d Repair, b:infc' al-nml newly built. May be fold fyrniihed, or unlumiihrd. A Bro.d wheeled Waggon to and from London every WTeek. Enquire at the Oofs-Keys, in Rilb^ro.igh.        [i?9? SCOTT's LIQUID TRUE BLUE, FOR blueing Silk' Stockings; fine Linens, &c. It is a fo �i>r D/Jng of Silks, Tiffany, Gauz;, Feathers, Furs; &c. fi>r WVicing and Dr�ing on Paper or Velinm, a mult beautiful tranfparent Blue, and whit Families once uling will never be without; In neat Stone Bottles, implied with the Word SCOTT, at fid.'is. as. and 5s. and 'td. {each } with printed DifeSions.  Note, A fmali Boccie is fufficient for five or fix Dozen Pair I of Silk Stockings ; or a proportionate .Quantity of> fine or Family Li-nen. ' Prepared arid Sold, Whilefalt and Retail, by the-Inventor, j. S;ott, fuperfine Water-Colour Preparer "to her Majefty^nd the^oya! Family, No* 417, Strand, Lorrfin j and fold by the principal Book fellers and others ia' the different Tg arns in The.Publ'C are'refp^cltfory cautfened to'i&'fatlScott's [S arid fee th; B:i�!e3areftanped Scott, ap'i fe�led�J.�. �t rhis i' Blue h.Ss been canterfeiwd; and, without fuch NctKe, ! thej may purcrwfi a fpiirious Sort. ' f 1289 - - .^i�jd AVowar.ea to GeriElemen in Trade^ro ftli a^aimr   

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