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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 27, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Frice Three-Pence Halfpenny. From THURSDAY. Max- j?7,, to SAT U ft    AY, May 29, 1790. 8^36 FRIDAY, May 28. Yefterday arrived the Mail from France. Warsaw, April 24. E learn from different places, that a violent ihock of an earthquake was felt on the 6th, between nine "Snd eleven o'clock. The chief places j^pr which felt �-ajre. Dubno, Berdickzew, Eatfkyewa, Brody, jtemberg, Ka-tninieck, Nimirow, Kiow, jO^akow, and Cherfon. The waifs of Oczakow have fallen in, and the Church of Zytomierz is in ruins. Paris* May 20. They write from Armagnac, that the ATchbifhoptjf Aufch has fent circular letters tc the Pallors of his diocefe, to prohibit the"ia from mentioning in their Difcourfes to their parilhioners the Decrees of the National Aflembly, relative to the fale of the Ecclefiaftical pofleffions, and 'lie emiffion of Monaftick vows. Moft of the Curates have returned for ahfwer, that notwith-ftanding the high refpeft they have for his Giace, "they ftill mud obey the law. , A letter, from Namz, dated the 4th inlt. mentions, that every thing is very quiet there; bat in the neighbourhood the moft horrid fcenes'aretranf-afted. The Curate of Veiq has been aflhflinated, 2nd his fervant cruelly maltreated by" fix of the Bl)ft furious. At Anetr^he good Paftor, for ad-viiing them to govern theirpaflions, and be moderate in their behaviour, was trampled underfoot, overwhelmed with blows, and died on the fpot. The Jpeafants proceeded with fury to the Caftle,deftroyed all -the goods 1 and attempted to annihilate all the precious velHge* which remind the prefent age of tyo Monarchs whofe memories are fo dear to France, Francis I* and Henry IV- They endeavoured to carry oiF the flattie of Diana of Poitiexi-, which is maffy iilver, but could not; they took the precious (tones which ornamented its butt, but the rell was faved. The Duke of Pen-thievre was in the Caftic, whofe pretence retrained the mob very much. �^-.--,   , SHIP-NEWS. Deal, May 26. Wind S. Sailed' the Cockatrice cutter to the Weftward, Came down the ICe'U, Peafe, for the South Sea, and remains in the Downs with his Majefty's fhlp Aftrea, Admiral King. Gravefrnd, May. 26. Palled by the Liberty, I^Hks, from Hanuwrgh 1 Sifters, Wharam, from fcankkk. Two Brothers, Tueyer, and Four Bro-lbe*V ^fcftfc from Embden. 4'l�li ill T>   ' 1 mi 11 '    m....... ii'iw     n..)ri.. 1 .1 LONDON. Yefterday tftorning the King tflbk the exercife cF riding In the   of the General Goddard, the officers and crew have no claim to their wages.- In this inftance a good cafe in equity may be made out. If fo many of the crew had not been prefled into the King's fervice, it is probable the ihipwreck would not have happened. Thofe who were preiTed will be clearly entitled to their wages. Sunday merning died, at his houfe in Stephen VgreeJt, after a very fhort indifpofition, the Right Honourable Stephen Moore, Earl and Vifcount Mountcalhell, Baron Kilworth, and one of his Majefty's Moil-Hon. Privy Council. His Lordlhip married, in the month of June, 1769, Lady Helen Rawdon, fecond daughter of tile Earl of Moira, by whom he had ifliie, Stephen, Lord Kilworth (now Earl of Mountcalhell), born 9th March, 1770, at prefent on his travels, as alfo two other fons, John and William, born in 1772 and 1775, and a daughter, Lady Helen, born in 1773. Oh Wednefday the 12th inftant, a caufe was finally determined by the Lord Chancellor, in favour. of the heir at law of Richard Ruflel, late of Bermondfey-ftreet, Efq. deceafed ; whereby the heir will be ultimately entitled to the produce of all his freehold eftates, amounting to near 500I. per annum, fubjecl to the payment of 2,oool. to ere& his monument, and a few other-legacies.- But  ^te      �f the H To  "B Perfons BRISTOL, -5th May, 1790. Ul L D E R S. .. wi'IUif to contract for taking >wa the Walls of l'isP . fli Church of St. Thomas in this Cify (the Roof hiv 15 b" n already tak n down), and for building ami compleatly firrllhiig the New Church, may fee the Pla- sand IrftrucY.ons, .and may have all neceffary Information, by applying to Mr. James.Allen, Architect, in St. Thomas's Street, Bti ,ol, at any Time after the aid Inlt. and f ich Pe fons are defired to delivi r their Propolals, under Seal, at the Office of MefTrs. Olborne and Leager, before ten o'C-Kick in the Forenoon of the 14th Day of June next, to which Hcmr the Commiflioners have adjourned for the Purpofe of taking fuch Propufals into Confideration.     11158 " FREEHOLD, SUSSEX. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. BURTON, On Tuefday the firft of June, 1790^ at Twtlve o'Clock, at the Rainbow Coffee-Houfe, London, by Order of the Ex-ecutruc of Xvlr. John Hall, deceafed, AVery compact and valuable. FREEHOLD ESTATE, all within a Ring-Fence, fituate at SLING-FOLD, WILD HARRISS FARM, in the County of Suifex ; fvur Miles from Horfham, 15 from Chicheiter, tx from Petworth, 14 from Dorking, arid 3^8 from L )ndon ; confifting of 96 Acres of Arabie, Pafture, MeaJow, and Wood Lands. Tenementsj and Barns; now lett to. Mr. Thorn �s Holland, Tenant at Will, at an old Rent, eftimated worth 60I. per Ann. Particulars may be had, at the fving's Head, Horlhm ;' Swan at Chicheiier ; Star at Lewes, King's Arms at Go-dilmin 5 White-Hart at Guildford } the' :Poft-Houfes.at Midhurit and Petworth } Red-Lioa at Dorkingp Spread^ Eagle at Epfom ; on the Premifles; Place of Sale {and of Mr. Burton, Aucliooeerj Houndfditch, London; where a P-jn may be feen.  B. Three Hundred Pounds worth of the Timber nove fituiruti ['32S FREEHOLD/ ESSEX.' To be 3OL D by AU C TI ON, By   Mr.   BURTON, Atthl Rainbow Coffee- HoufejCornh'U, London, on Tuefday the 8tK of June, at Twelve o Clock, by Order ot" thr'ExeJ. cutorx.pf Mr. John Clarence (if not difpofed of betoja by pfiva�e Contract) in One or Two Lots, AValuahiie and very defirable FREEHOLD' ESTATE, calied BYBvVLL's and WHITE'S FARMS, in Great alii Little Samford, in the County 6f EfCat; nine rhi'es from Dunmore, thirteen ftom Braintee, eight from Waldon and Haverillj and forty-eight from London'; corir flfting of two FreehoW-FarmSj with DweUirig-Houfes, Barns, *c. together with 130 Acres of fine Meadow, Paf-ture, and Arable L-ihd.; now lett at 77K per Annum, for 11 Te>rs, to Mfi John Wiliet. C�3*3 May be viewed 14 Days preceding the Sale, by Leaveof'the *i\nant { whfSfi Particulars may be had, at the principal Inns dn the Road -T on the Premifes, anct#f Mr. Barton^ lioiirtdf-dlrch. Lotion, wSfere aPlSn m�y be ftcft* 1 SHEPtO^T- MALLET, , SOMERSETSHIRE. ^ npHE Creditors of ^lr..RICHARD SABA- JL TIER, Maltaer and Brewer, are defired to meet here, tt the GeofjgeTnn, on Fridjy Morning next, the 4th of June. pie: f-ly at Ten o'Clock. � F'*9j >" To the Worthy and Independent Free Burgeffej of the Borough of COLCHESTER. Gentlemen, PERMIT me. to folicit the Honour of yout Votes and In'tereft at the enfuing Election. I Matter rayfelf that, d^urWiig the Time 1.have had the Honour to reprefent you, -no part of my Coofui as the Event of our Canvns.prnredto eacn 6T us^rrr the Year 17^4^ thf Promifes^we have rece-ive.d upon the prefent Occafion by for.exceed the extenfive Ktsfdftelfs we then experencedj aid leave not a DouBt that the Trial of a Poll, which we now arv.entVy wili for, wilt convince ti.ofe who Oppnfe u', thatinir ijnremirted Endeavours to piompt� tlie general Profperlty of the Borough, and, as-far as in our Power, the Intereft of every individual Freeman,'"hive eu-creafed your good Opinion, and very kind Attachment to us> wiiich mult uUimateiy fecure* .ar Re elettioh^ We iemainr Centlemen, jkYour moil likhtul and d.-Voied humble Scrvatife, ^ WILLIAM MIDbLETO??, C. ALEXANPER CRJCK1TT. Ipfwieh, May I4�. i7Qo.v        ..f[   ' � �, ,     _Xll*4 . f o the Gentlemen, Gler^y, and Freenolders of the County of SOTTTHAMPTON; Gentlemen, T becomes neceflary for us to renew bur Acknowledgements to you, for thereoent Proofs you have afforded us of that generous atid uniform Support we have experienced from yc u, (ince we had tbte dirVingilifted Hopour of being anprovedpf as propftr Perfeas to reprefent this County in Parliament- We entertained too high an Opinion of the Xeal sod Inte* grity of our Frienrfs, to harhourtli* fnwlleft Doubt that thes would f�ffer therhiyVe.s to hi feduced ffort the Caufe they had efponfed by any Attempts" of our. Opponents; and it fills, us with Gratitude, W find ytur'Atrachmerrt to us confirmed and ftrengthened fi\ice their AppearantSS among you.   - Such Firmnefs on yonr' Part, Gentlemen, as it demands ourwirmeft Thanks, fowill it excite in us (AoUra-we have the Honour of becoming your Repref4atatives)i rha rooirc earned Endearoura to merit the good Opmiah you entertaia4. us^ by aflrkland unlhaken Attachment to the Princi ies of the Confutation, by an upright and independent Co iducl hi Parliament, and by a �eal    Chair, ESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY,   That'a ReftoVation of the Rit.ht of a d t oj* a t 1 Re:k;:j!n-TatIon to ihe People, is the beft conLhtion wi.ir.h cm be given them for the reavy burthens which they now benr, as well ti thofe adi'itional ones which probably may be soon impbfed upon them, and which a WAR rnuft necelTarily oc- Clfl-'B. Kci'nlved Unanimoufly, That the alarms betrayed in trie K iuf.: -of Commons-by the Enemies.-af Reform, on the Ute Ptopoiitinn of the Right Hon. Henry Flood, 4emna ki:e:;t moment is peculiarly aufpkinus to the attempts bf the People of England" fbt the lecovery of theii Juil Ki^Kjs Refolved Unanirnoafly, That vie ars }arti-fied in conil.'erin^ objections, to the prefent time' as an improper fesfrn for at-tetrtpting the remedy, of that intalerable evilKthe jirefent (late of Parliamentary Rcp'refeiitation, is a me*n, attempt to cda' ceal an interested oppofition to the meafure itfelf. Refolved Unanimoufiy, That the fame^feguments by which it has been attemp'ted to juftify the preftnt ftatfi of Parliam-n-t^ry Reprefentatioo, would eqva'ly ferve tty vindicate it, even if the County of Middlefcx alone 4�d Betn. accuftomed to elect Af.L thofe who would inr that cafe probably be CAltin the RepVgfentatlves of the People j a ftats of the R^prefentatiort which we fuppofe no man otrT of Patliament would be fo ignorant as-tp. apprbve,. br (if approving tor inteifilled pur-pofes} fo profligate as to defend.      "'  � Refolved Unanioioufly, That the Jt^ofraey of the mod pfhsnUtiDUs Advocates 0/ Parliamentary Reform, in lead of* damping, ought .to ttirnulate ihe activity of the People of Englahtf, as ta>?y any from hence learn, that trie attainment of this greit deject, by any -other ajiatlt but their owri fpirit 1 and virtue, is totally faopelefs. Ref lvf4 Ufrtnimoufly^ That the Frtertds of s PsrlTamen-t^ry Reform, confirmed in. their refolutioa by tbot'e miitj that have paffed Snfee their laft Geneiil,Meeting, will (tre-rfdoofly proceed towards tf\e attainment of thfcir objeft. RefeHW, TMt^n>xtra6^ri�ryCfe-ietal' Meeting^be called within 4i�ht ftiyi'afsBlf ihe Dfffolutijri ofiPaniamen't, whenever it flair happen., .''�,.-� .., '#� j'j'i  Re0�l�e4^ That toe Re^Monrof this JttpMnf be printei ia tKe p'ubltc papers.      "        -   '-. ^ j: Rabt��i,: T"h�t tbi T8ank�i�rtlni liee*Jg be girea t� (hi Chairman. .Ac'jffurneUt * *     i"       CAPfiL LOTfT, ?b,bmmh R1   

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