General Evening Post, May 25, 1790

General Evening Post

May 25, 1790

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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 25, 1790, London, Middlesex XL O }f DO Mi) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. From TUESDAY, May 25,, to THURSDAY, vMay, 27, 1790. ^35 \h&^~�'S'U.bv in^t. Shnnn aoid St. Jude-t, in Norwich. Fin-i Di'ldei'e*r-brewer vWmalrUc'r; J^neaj, at foury at the ICingY4iea having croffed the Line the day before. The following French lhips of the line are in fnchaftateof equipment as to be ready for fea in a few weeks : Guns. I 10 no 94- La Su^erbe, Le Souverain, Le Sceptre, Le Dauphin, Le Seduifant, Le Mercure, Le Genereux, Gims. 74 74 74 74 74 74 74. LONDON. A meftagcr arrived, yefterday �xprefs from Paris, with the ne**l of the very lntportant La Terrible, Le Tridmphant, Le Neptune, 84 L'Augufte, 84 Les Deux Freres, 84 Le Magnifique^ ^ La Zodiaque, 84 Great apprehenfions are fiill entertained for the fafety of the car-TO of the General Goddard Eaft-Indiaman; as advice was received at the India-hou{p yefterday, ^hat fhe had feven feet water, and bad bterged. The Flirt and Fury /loops of war were, with the men of wars boats, affording all poffible affiftance. The private letters from Madras and Bengal are not yet come up from the Sir Robert Murray Keith, the Britifh Envoy at Vienna, had an audience, of the King of Hungary on the 9thinft. to deliver his Credentials. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Clarence'f plate, wine, &c. are ordered to be fent off thi^, day from his Highnefs's apartments at St. James's, to be put on board the Valiant at Plymouth as foon as poffible. ixtrzft of a Letter from Portfmouth, May 14. " Sailed the Worcefter, Hall, for India. " Admiral Hotham has hoifted his* flag on board the Belloaa." The late Mr. Warton had been in a dangerous way /or fome time previous to his diflblution ; but the evening immediately preceding* he had been no worfe than ufual, but had Tapped with his friends, and was even chearful, when he was all at once ftruck with a paralytic fhqek. His friends did not at firft apprehend any danger, and fuppofed he Was dozing; but on examining-mo re narrowly, they found that he was almoit infen-fible. It is generally fuppofed that he will have no fucceflur in the office of Laureat. On Monday a violent affray happened in Le. man^ftreet, and the neighbourhood of Goodmau's Fields owing to a prefs gang attempting to im-prefs a butcher's lad. The matter at length became fo ferious, that the Magiftrates were obliged to interpofe, by reading the Riot act, on which the mob difperfed, though not till feyeral perfons were feverely wounded. MARRIED.] LaftWednefday, at Bridlington, W. Reynolds, Efq; of Whitby, to Mifs Prickett, of Bridlington. DIED.] Lately, at Sherborne, in Dorfetfliire, Mr. Thomas Vowell, in the 86th year of his age. GARDEN ENGINES, FUMIGATING MACHINES, &c. GSTRATTON^ No. 48, Cornhill, and at . his-Manu factory in the Hackney Road, London, recommends to the Public Inl^eclion a large AfHtrtnaent of Garden Engines on a new Principle; which ferve aifo for a Cold or Vapour Bath; particularly recommended for the Ufe ef Children, See, Fumigating Machine* for de/troying In-fefb and Blight* on Fruit-Trees,., Flower*, Shrubs, &c. Alfo his nniverfally-approved Cooking Machines complear, with foiling Veflel's, Steam Boilers, Wrought Iron Perpetual Chimney Oven, Warm Clofet Reading, Machine, *c. which ci Infpeclion will be found the only one^Compj�tt yet offered the Public, as more than three Fourths of the ufual ^antity of Fuel will be faved. Patent Wrought Iron and'Oouble Biock-Tin Kitchen Furniture, in Sett for Families, or ft-para re. Patent Regider, Pantheon, and Bath Stove-Grates, Smoke and Wind-up Jacks, and every Article in the.Fur-n'fliing Linej ani Bells and Alarums hung in Town and Country. fa>jj N. B. Lynam's PrevcatatWe of Steel from Ruft and Spoti. To the Wottkfand rndep^eat Free BurgelTes 1 of .tbetrough of eC^CHETER,v ,, Gentlemen, Jp|ERM�T me to. folic'rt the Honour of your t \ Voteajand Inteitft at the enfuing? Eleeiipn. I flatter myielf that, during the Time I havejaal. the Honour to reprefent you, no part of my Condne^ has forfeited thole Prstenfians, which, on a former Occalion, you were fo kind to tm�k entitled me toyoarFavour ; and I teg toaflure you, that, if 1 ftould be fo'' f�r*unate �%a\a to become the l?b}e�* of your Choice, i�wilf be my Stvdy, by every JE*er. tion in my Power, to pr#re myielf defervifrg of yout; Confidence. I am, Gentlemen, with Gratitude and Refpeft, Your very dev6ted obedient humble Servant, Charles-Street, Berkeley-So^are, GEO. T1ERNEY. May jg, 1790. ("1336 P. S. I (ball take ai esr^y Opportunity of paying my Re-fprfts in Perfon to every Elector, and truft rkat my not having foonrr done It, will-be.attributed to.Tlwtrue Caufe, namely, theneceflarv Atte5d3TKen my D\ityLf^PpUiiinent. To the Gentleme% ^Giergy, and Freeholders of the County pf-SOIJ i'HAMPTON. Gentlemen, �:~\fi" -v . . - iT becbrrte� neoflfafy-fErr u&-jto. renew our Ac-knowi'-dgyments to foit^ tor^oe recent Proofi'ybd.. have afforded us of that grncrottt and uniform Support we have �av periencca trim fince we hat �J� Sifliflg^wil. H{>nair' r,f be; 4 i j.oved of as1 proper Perfons to Kpraietif this Louiity in Parliament. We entertained coo KJgh an Opiniorr of the Zeal and" Integrity "of our Friends, nm**ia*V�ur the fmalleft Doubt that thes would fuffer themi&vea tobe feduced from the Caufe they had efponfed by any ^jttempn of our Opponents ; and it fiikvus-with Gratitude, .& fihiyour.Attachment tatjs confirmed and Strengthened finte their Appearance among you. . Such Firmnefa pnyour Patty, Gemletnen, as It demands out wataaoft Thatrfei, l� wilt it excite in ua (mould we have the Honour of becoming ynar Reprcfentatives) the 010ft earneft Ende�vaur|'to^iotit the good Opinion you entertain o us, by a ftrict a�| unftralten Attachment to the Principles of the Conftitutiooj hv'ah'Oprgnt 4nd independent Corirfua in Parliament, and bj'a itealous and aiTi've Attention to the In-tetefts of rhe County of Hants. * If we have inadtertently omitted f�Y)ftg out serftinal Re-fpecra to every F^tfehoidrt,** hope.it will be attributrd to the very girat j^nfeulcyof-wsritiii^ on every lndividaalin fo extenfive a County.  We have the honour to he, With the utmoft Gratitude md RefpeiT, Gentlemen, Your moir obedient and fiithfq' humble Servants, W1LUAM heathcote, ; "' 4 i Wir^LftM chute. Winchefles Aoril-^ tyf>0. s . ' Uitf rpHECredjtoftof Mr. SAj*pioN BARBER, X of FBtEKBt^yfcliVJta^ .: ton, Gi w'eri. are deffred � fend an Ac#o\jnt .ci: their Demand?, w;th:rh*'N*^te of their Secarittes(it"any)rtoMeffrs. Hodgfjn arid Hardcaftfc^ Attorneys at Lawy SytooRdVtan, Ohancery-Lane, Loi)donf tn9* WANtBD to MJSCrTAS^ Wi h i:i-iTieVi3te Relignation, AN AD VOWSON of Three Hundred Pounds pe Anntm with a modem-built Houfe and jo or 11 Acres of Glebe oponit. The Counties of E0ot, Hertford, or Kent, will be the moft agreeable. v Letters (Poft*fald) to be direfted lo Mrs. Mafon, Saffron-Walden, Effex. f 1317 t NOTICE to CREDITORS. rpHE Creditors of JOHN GREG SON, of X ROWELL, in the County of North ifflpton, Draper, are defired oo-atrertd, bythemfelves or Agents, on Monday the 3* ft of .May Inftant, between the Hours of Three and Five o'Ciock in.the Afternoon, at the Houfe of John Munton, the Red-Lion, in Rowell aforcfaid, to confult about the proper Meafuie-s to be taken to get in theEftate and Efiects of the faid John Gregfgn. - {1312 - To the CLERGY. ANTED two CURACIES. The one, hy a married Clergyman, either with or without a Parfohage-Houic ; and if a Probability of eftablilhing.eithcr a Boarding or genteel Day School, the Stipend will not be regarded. The other by a fingle Gentleman, who will accept of either a. temporary ^or fixed Curacy, and the Quantity of Salary will not be cohfidered as an Objt ct of Importance. N. 6, Botnarem Prieft Order*, a�id Grad*at iac8 NEAR BRIGHTHELMSTON, Clofe by the Chalybeate, Half a Mile Weft of the Church, and about three Quarters from the Bathing Place. Tp be LETT, By the Week, Month, or Year, AModern HOUSE, ready FURNISHED, with an eight-trailed Stable, and double Crach-Houfe, -Kitchen and. Pleafure-Garde/is^ the Houfe confifh of two Parlours, a Tnaatll Drawing-Room, Servants-Hall, detached Kitchen, Bdtler'f Pantry, Houtekeeper's-Room, fix beftan�f SrSematsBeds. Milk may be had at the Farm ; or, if requefted, Otafs for pne or two Cows. �d)uire 0/ Mr, Scott, Brighthelrafton. � ATREATISE on PRACTICAL ASTRO-NO..MY. " By the Rev. J. ViNCE, A. M. F,R.S. Cambridge, printed for J: and J. Merrill} and fold by T. Deighton, No. 174, Holborn ; B. White, F, Wirg-ave, T. Cadell, T. and J. Egetton, R.. faulder, H. Gardner* P, Elmfley j T. Evans, and G. and T.'Wilkie, Uonlonj J. Fletcher, and D.-Prifleeand Cooke, Oxfun*. ,. [1334 "~ N�W PAPER'HANGINGS. TERRY, No. 5o*,""FIeet-ftreer, fefpectfony acquaints the Nobility, Gentry, and the t'ub!i , ii.it he has completed an extenfive Aff.rtment of Ne* Pjttem, and flutters h'mfelf their Variety and Excellence will meiit a Continuance of their ob'iging Favours, Drawing-Roo^s fitted tip in Pannels.rich'y ornanrnted In a fuperior and approved Style, and complete Workmen fent to any Part of the Town or Country, S.-rcimens are reajy for.|nfp-Cl"nn. ri^t8 : K K N T s. To be LETT, compleatty Furnifhed,. P t aTerm-of Three or Five Yea�r- ANT AT and convenient DWELLING-HOUSE, fir for; the Recaptrbn of a ftenteel Famil-> fituate a�-AVAR^ORN%-fr�Ai^�8�-Miles of Lymisgton, late'the Re&{encs(iJ J^tfuia Maofer, Efej; deceafed ; confining of an Entxance-HfelV two neat Parlours, a Butler's-Pantry, and Larder, 6n.e ; a!fb a good Kitchen, with* Sleeping.-Rbomi^Ver, and ;ther convenient Office's detached 1 a good Garden walled iand a convenient double Coach-H-ufe and Srable adjoining. There is no G.ound to be-lertwfththe above-Premiti*, but as there, is a Farm clofe by, the Tenant may-be fuppKedwith Hay, Co-n, and Straw, and fuch other Articles as it produces, atreaffnjble t'ric;s. For further Particulars, and for a VJew of thePremifes, apply to Mr. Charles. St. Barbs*-at Lymirtgton aforefaid^and Letters (ppft-paidytoJiim will bevduly.aafwer'ijd. 11*73 BUCKRAM MANUFACTORY^ ' ' MAZfr-POND, SOUTHWARD , And at the Buckram and Linen Warehouf*-, No. j, Lombard-ftreet, near tite Marlion-Houfe : and H. LEDGER, Dyers and Buckram- iufaove !yla-nufacs>ry near Twenty Years (and being the only Perfons in London who roanuraQore and fell the abuve Articles) flatter tbemfelve* it r*-rij^tefr -Power to fupply their Friends on the beft Terms, which will always be done with Punctuality and Dlfpatch. . . - N. B. Ready Money for Collar-makers, Glovers, and all other Leather Shreds, except thofe drefted in Oil. [ > 315 T� all 'AI&HUECTS, BUILDERS, andt - -others. - ' AT a Veltry' holidwrin the ParifteCJmrch of All Saints, in the Town of Southampton, on the 29th Da? of April laft : ' - That the faid Church having been found, on Examination, toheinamoft dangerous State, and incapable, it'repaired, toaacortimodate the Parifhioners with Seats : And therefore determined, that the faid Church mould be taken down, and rebuilt on an enlarged plan. " "The Committee appointed to carry the above Relblutions into Execution, give this public Notice to all Perfons, who are willing (aj their own Expence) to offer Plans and Enimates for thM Puf^Sbfe, that they, are defired to fend them, fealed und r Cover, \o the Committee, at Mr. Rogers's, Coach and Horfes Inn, on or before the 6th Day of July next. The. Dimenfions of the Grounds are as follows ;- 110 Feet from Eaft to W,"ft. 60 Feet from North to Snutb; The E,ft and North Sides are bounded by Houfes, of Courfe-Rbom muft be left for lighting the Windows. The Snuth and Weft Sides are bounded by Streets. N.B. For further Particular* apply to Thomas.Rogers, or John Sirnkins, Church-Wardens of the Pa i(h. r'a>7i To be SOL D, AFREEHOLD HOUSE and GARDEN, ataated in PRINCES-RISBOROUGH, a Wl Market-Tyi'wn in theCounty Of 8ucks,, fit for a private Gentleman's faintly j; confifting of a good Parlour an i Dining-room, a great ICitchen and a fmail one, Pantvy, 5cr. five Bed-Rooms on>a. Floor, with O.rreti; a good Stalled Stable, Wood-Houfe and Yard ; the Garden well planted with all Sorts of Fiuic-Trees, which beatin great Plenty. Rifbirougfi is 30 odd Miles from London, feven from Weft Wycombe, and fc --r fr6m Aylelbury. The'whofe is good Repair, being at-jnoft ne^vly butit, May be;fold furnilbed, or uniurniihed. A Broadiwhetre* Waggon to and from London every Week. - Enquire at-the Crofs-K,eys,vin Rimorough. [1*98 ~ SURVEY of ESSEX. WKEYMER, Booklelter, of Colchefter, hav-. ing purchafed the Prates of the Mapof the County of Eflbx, engraved from ah actual Survey on aScale of Two Inches to a Mile, by J. Chapman, and P. Andre, on Twenty-fix Sheets of Imperial Paper, begs Permiflion to>inform the Gentlemen reCdent in the County, and - others, that Copies of it are now ready for Sale at the undermentioned Prises : 1. s. d. In Sheets, plain, �-��.- - �. Hatf-bouod, plain,.. Half-bound, with the Parks coloured, and the 7 Hundred* divided, - - - i Half-bound, and full coloured, On Canvas and Rollers, full coloured, In ifhis Map it expreflfed the exi&. Geometrical Situation of every'To-wn, Village, Church, Nobleman's and Gentleman'a Seat, Cottages, Mile-Stones, ToU-Bars, Roman Roads, Ruirit, and other Antiqa'tie? 5 all tbe main and crofs Roads, Hint, Rivers, Brooks, Ponds, Bridges* Milte, - Woods,' Heaws, and Cpounons. Ufcitwtte, the Divifion" of the Hundred , the Jfci Coaft, Light-Hoafts, an4 other Sea-Marjcs, are accurately delineated. *" lis fame Italia reduced on One Sheet to ferve as an Itdex tatlie largo one. ' .Ne-blemens and Gentiement Names are engraved at iheir re^eclrive^ean in the Map. .] *�* Thja Survey being undertaken at the Difire of fev<;ral GeatleTnan of the Coun y, thofe who fubferibed at the Time the Projiofaa were publilhed, may receive the Map on pro-dacing the Receipt, and paying the Remainder of the Sub' YcriptJofl-Mon-y ro W. Keyme-, fols Proptictor. ,;Sold in London by Mr. Faden, Charing Crofs ; Mr. SeweJl, Cwohifi; and MeflT. Robinfon, Patera after-row. Alfo may be had of Mr. Clachar, Chelmsford; and Mr. S�%*e, Ipfvrich. [1*07 a i a 3 3 3 �3 4 4 5 ,5 ;

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