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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 29, 1790, London, Middlesex General Evenin (LONDON.) Price Three-Pencc Halfpenny. From SATURDAY, May 29, to TUESDAY, June i, 179�- 00 0/ T ) 1 j ']>/,: ,V,f* >^', MONDAY, May 31. From the LONDON GAZETTE. At the Court of St. James's, the 28th of May, 1790. PRESENT, The KING'S Moft Excellent Majefty in Council. /S3G�^^ hn Arbuthnot, promoted. Captiin Lieutena-it |ohn H. York* to be Captain of a Company, vice Francis M'Keith, retired. Fir;'. Lieutenant Edwtrd C. Woodward to be Captain Lieutenant, vice JihnH. Yorke, promoted. Second Lieutenant Ralph W. Adye to be Firft Lieutenant, vice Edward C. Woodward, promoted. Captain Lieutenant Francis Laye to be Captain of a Company, vice Willi im Houghton, weired. Firft Lieutenant Edmund Lemoine to be Captain Lieutenant, vice Francis Laye, promoted. Second Lieutenant Henry W. Parifh to be Firft Lieutenant, vice Edmund Lemoine, promoted. Captain Lieutenant Bailey Willington to be Captain of a Company, vice John Reid, retired. Fiiit Liemenanc fohn Rrgers to be Captain Lieutenant, vice Ball'y Willington, promoted. Second Lieutenant Oeorge B. Fifher to be Firft Lieutenant, vice John Rogers, promoted. Corps tf Royal Erigioee.s, Captain Lieutenant Alexander Sutherland to be Captain. Firft Lieutenant James Stra�on to be Captain Lieutenant, vice Alexander Sutherland, promoted. Second Lieutenant Jcnn Rutherford to be Firft Lieutenant, vice James Stratbh, promoted. Firft Lieutenant William Johnfton to be Captain Lieutenant. Second Lieutenant D'Uglas Lawfon to be Firft Lieutenant, vice William Johnfton, promoted: Second Lieutenant Ralph H. Bruyeres to be Lirft Lieuenant. Second Lieutenant John Finlay to be Firft Lieutenant. �QommiJJions in the Royal Cornwall Militia. llias Lang, Efq; to be Captain, vide William Veale, Efq} ieceaftd. Dated May 3, 1790. William Made Gully, Efq; to be Captain Lieutenant, vice Elias Lang, promoted. Dated fame day. Andrew Qui eke, Efq; to be Enfign. Dated fame day, RETURNS of COR.N and GRAIN-From May 17 to May zz, 1790. Barley - Beans ~ Malt - Oats - Peafe - Rye ~ Rape Seed Wheat - Quarters. 4107 1332 3625 309 a 2.8 Price. s. 5466 1775 6645 3017 80 3 349 n ii >3 ' 5 9 4 d-8 7 5 9 6 o Average Price per Quarter. 1. 1 1 t o 1 1 s. 6 6 16 >9 13 11 18 d. 7 7 7 7 2 o 3767 J 10969 13 10 B A N K R U P T S. Peter Bayoud, of Grafton-ftreet, in the pari/h of St. Ann, Soho, Middlefcx, vintner; to ftmender June 8, iz, at five, and July 10, at ten, at Guildhall, London. A'ttornies, Mefl". Tneakfton and Wekhman, Green-walk, Surry Ode of Black friars-bri Ige. John Weidner, nnw or late of the parifh of St. Matthew, Bethnal green, Middlefrx, drug-manfcracrurer ; to futrender June 8, j2, ac five, and July jo, at ten, ?t Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Argill, High-ftreec, Whitechapel. John Duggan, of Leeds, Yorkfhire, cabiiet-makei; to furrender June 17, iX, and July 10, at four, at the Woit3-horfe, in Leeds. Atrorney, Mr. William rVnton, Boar-Une, Leeds, or Mr. |ames Alexander, No. jo, New-inn, London, William Gih-s the younger, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, twine fpinner ; to furrer.der June II, �z> and July 10, at two, at the Angel,-on the Quay in Great Yarmouth- Attorney,, Mr. John Bell, in G.eat Yarmouth. Charles Walker, late of Leeds, Yorkfture, but now a pti-foner in White Laith, in faid county, linen-draper; to fur-render June 17, 18, at four, and July io, at ten, at the Talbot, in Leeds. Attornies, Meff Parkin and Lambert, of Grdy's inn, London, or Mr. John Skelton, of Lee.-is. William Matthews, or thepanfh of >t. Mary Magdalen, wit ou' the North Gate nf rhe city ( Oxford, curritr ; to furrender Jure 25, 16, at the King's-arms, in Deddington, and July 10, at eleven, at the Bear Inn, in New V/sodftock. Attorney, Mr. Fidk'.i, at Deddington, or Mi, Loggin, 1 -ra ge lireer, Kcd-lion fquare, London. Rj^eri Fowle, of Elanjtord, Dorl'ct(hire, linen-draper; to furrender June z, 9, and Inly in, at ren, at Guildha'l, London. Attorney, Mr. George A aims, Caft!e-court, Budge-rcw. Di-viJend to be made. Edward Ho�d, of Fro*!ef^orth, Lticefterfliire, wool-comber and woifted-maker: June 19, at three, at the Three Crowns Inn, in Leicrfter. Dividends adjourned. H-gh Connnr, of 1 ond:>n, merchant; NjV. 3, at ten at Gui;dh � 11 j London. Final Dividend. John Bccher, of Lawrence Pounfney lane, London, merchant; Nov. 3, 'at ten, at GuUdhal , LnoJon. Final Dividend. Henry Fludger, of the H (.b. ftrrit, Sru hwaik, Surry, grocer; June 26, ar twd atGulJh.ll, London, Samuel Anderfoi, Fenchurch ftreet, London, wax-chandler; Nov. 3, at ten, at Guilc-hall, Lond >n. James Ba;.|ey and Alexander B')ote, of Crown ftreet, Soho, Middlefex, upholfterers, cabinet makers, and copaitners; June ii, at ten, at Guildhal!, London. Certificates to be granted, James Affli'ck, of Liverpool, Lancafttire, corn-merchant; on or before June 19. James Brown and Geo-ge Brown, cf Kingflon, Surty, fhopkeepers and copartners ; an or bef le June 19. John Heatherly, of Witham, Eifcx, apotheci-ry and drug-gift ; on or before June 19. William Sirrpf-in, now or la'e of Tadcafier, Yorkshire, carrier and badg r; en or before June 19. William Coir.pt.in, (partner with Jin.es Ric'ley) of Man-chefter, Lancafhne, cottun-msnulaclurer; on or before June ig. Saturday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flanders. Confiantinople, May i. The Divan having re-folved to ufe every effort to repair the lofTcs of the preceding year, has fent the moll prefiing orders for the troops to repair to Viddip, and fuccour that place. Vienna, May 8. The chief Commanders in the Marquifite of Moravia, the Marquis Botta d'Ar-dorno, General of Artillery, and Major-General Penzzenftein, have been railed, the former to the rank of a Field-Marfha!, and the latter to that of Lieutenant Field-Marlhal. Berlin, May ii. The Auftrian Ambaffador is flill here ; but we imagine he will not remain long, particularly as the lalt letters from the King of Hungary did not bring any pacifick proportions. The army will be ready to march by the 15th, and the purveyors are to Surniih the 11^200 hdrfe* fooner than the time fixed. COUNTRY-NE vv a. Oxford, May 29. Thurfday evening, about five o'clock, the remains of the late Rev. Thomas Warton were interred in the Ante-Chapel of Trinity College, near thofe of Dr. Huddesford, their late Prefident. The funeral was attended by the whole Society ; alio, at their own requeft, by the Vice-Chancellor, the Lord Bilhop of Chefler, and feveral other Heads of Colleges, with the tw� Proctors; and the pyocellion was awfully folemn. Ih digging the grave, at the depth of about fix feet, were found fome few remains of a body, which appeared to have been interred in boots and other apparel, though they had been evidently inclofed in a coffin. A girdle-buckle, about the bignefs of a crown-piece, was alfo dug up, and there was found about the middle of the body fome fine filver thread, which might probably have belonged to the fringe of the girdle ; but no conjeftu e can be formed either as to the date or perfonage. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, May 28. Wind N. E. Sailed the Kerr, Peafe, for the South-Sea, and Mary, ~-, for Africa. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's fhip Aflrea, and Diligence pilot. Deal, May 29. Wind S. Remain in the Downs the flaps as per laft. Gravejlnd, ,May 28. Pafled by the Nancy, Thornhill, from Malaga; Two Brothers, Caftle, and Antonetta, Daubrel, from Norway ; Friends, Brown, from Guernfey ; John and Thomas, Cook, from Charlefton ; and Peter and Jacobus, Vanderplus, from Rotterdam. LONDON. Yefterday thejr Majefties and the PrincefT�, with the ufuaU-^indams, heard divine fervice in the apartments at Buckingham-houfe. There will be a Levee at St. James's on Wed-nefday next; and a Drawing-room,with a Ball, as ufual, in the evening on Friday, being the anniversary of the King's Birth-day. The Royal Family return to Windfor Lodge on Saturday next. Saturday being the Anniverfary of King Charles the Second's Reftoration, was obferved as ufual. The ilandard was diTplayed at the To'.ver; and at one o'Clock the Park and Tower guns were fired. Yefterday, at no n, a Cabinet Council was htld at the Duke of Leeds's office,WhitehalI, which was attended by the Lord Chancellor, Lord Prefident, and Lord Privy Seal, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mafter General of the Ordnance, Firft Lord of the Admiralty, and the two Secretaries of State. At-five o'Clock the Council broke up, when the Duke of Leeds fent the re-fult to the King at Buckingham-houfe. The Marquis of Buckingham is fpokenof as the faccefibr to the late Duke of Montagu as Mailer of the Horfe to the King. The Right Rev. Dr. Hirne, the new Bifhop of Norwich, is dangeroufly ill. His Lordfiup has not yet done homage to the King, on account of which Dr. William Buller, late Dean of iixeter, cannot come into the Dermry of Canterbury, the former not having refigned the fame to the Arch-bilhop of the Province. Saturday morning Lord Heathfield fet off in a po.l-chaife, attended by his Aid-du-Camp, for Dover, on his route to Gibraltar. The late Duke of Montagu had been one of the Knights Companions of the moft noble Order of the Garter upwards of 38 years, having been chofen in the year 1752, by his late Majelty, at the fame time with his Royal Highnefs the late Duke of York, the late Prince of Orange, the prefent Duke of Newcaftle, and the late Earl of Winchelfea. The Duke of Newcaftle is now the fenior Knight, and the only one created by the late King, George the Second. Mr. Whitbread has declared himfelf a candidate for Bedfordfhire. A party of Belgick troops have furpiifed and taken the Count d'Arberg, late Commandant of Gand, with his wife and fon, from their Caftle de la Rochette, in the county of Limbourg, and have carried them piifoners to Namur, from whence they are to be fent to the citadel of ABtwerp. The total amount of the feveral branches of public revenue, under the heads of Cuftoms, Excite, Stamps, and Incidents, for the week ending May 28, 1790, is 161,6731. ild.i. The fleet equipping by the Dutch, in confequence of Lord Aukland's intimation, that this country muft call on them for the afSftance ftipu-lated to be furnifhed by treaty, conlifts of twenty fail of the line, and a proportionable number of frigates. Confiderable progrefs is already made in their equipment, under the inflection of Admiral Van Kinihergen. A Court of Common-Council is to be held to-morowr, for the election of a Common Serjeant, in the room of the late Thomas Nugent, Efq; to receive the Accounts of the Chamberlain, and to confider the letter of Lord Sydney, when Secretary of State, to the Lord-Mayor, recommending circumfpection in granting licences to public-houfes, �c. within the diftridt of the City, and alfo preventing a further increafe thereof. Extract of a Lett** from Portfmoutb, May 28. . " The general Goddard, �oxan, frQm China, that was on fhore^n the 1 fie of Wight, got into Cowes-road this morning. " Arrived at Spithead the Pomona frigate, Capt. Savage, from Barbadoes, in five weeks ; the Dearned Dutch frigate, of 28 guns, Van Treflong, from Gibraltar ; the Bombay-Caftle and Orion men.of war, from Plymouth." Ext rati of a Letter from Plymouth, May 27. " Arrived the Loweitoffe frigate from a cruize, with iinprelTed men; and the Ifabella, Matthews, from Bilboa, in fix days." Previous to the overture of the opera on Saturday evening, a perfou came forward, and en-. treated the indulgence of the audience towards Madam Mara, wh*> was fq depreffed in confequence of having juft heard of her father's death, a: to be unable to fmg with her ufual powers. THe Rev. W. Cooper, M. A. Fellow of Clare-hall, is appointed one of his Majefty's Preachers at Whitehall. On Taefday hit, an inquisition was taken at Haddenham, in the Ifle of Ely, by one of the Coroners for the faid Ifle, on the body of Ann Quailnj wife of Bartholomew Qu^iln, an IriCnman, who died from the violent brtiifes (he received from her hufband on Mondays evening. The Jury brought in their verdict wilful murder againft the faid Batholomew Quailn, who is committed to Ely gaol, to take his trial at the next amzes. On Saturday twenty-four prifoners were tried at the Old Bailey, fifteen of whom were convicted of felonies, and eight were acquitted* James Saunders, alias Jackfon, was convicted of felony and bigamy, in marrying Sarah Cook, knowing that his former wife, Celia Saunders, was living and refluent in thi* kingdom. Yefterday a further refpite, for one week, was brought to -Newgate for Sophia Girton, who is under fentence of death for coining, and was to have been executed this morning. MARRIED.] At St. Helen's, Abingdon, J. Moftyn, Efq; of Lincoln Colkge, Oxford, to Mifs Stephens, of that place.-Lait week at New-caflle-upon-Tyne, Capt. John Copeiard, from on board the Rofe, to Mrs. Hunter, widow of the late-Hunter, Efq; of Durham.-Friday, at Beenham, Berkfhire, the Rev. Dr. Sumner, of h-ton, to Mrs. Morton, of Wakot Parade, Bath. -Thnrfdayt at Drayton church, Oxfordihi-e, Mr., Jofeph Snow, of Banbury, to Mifs Newman, of the fame place.-The fame day, at Ber-mondfey church, Mr. Thomas Gibbs of Paradife-row, Rotherhithe, to Mifs Ann Scales, of the fame place.-Friday, Mr. Gofn:ll, printer, of Roll's buildings, to Mifs Edwards, of Crofs-ftreet, Hatton-Garden. DIED.] In Cornwall, on a vilit, J. Nichols, Efq; of Plymouth, aged 63, many years fenior Alderman of the Corporation, and a Jultice of the Peace.--On the 17th of this month, at Ch.-i-cock, Dcrfetfhire, Robert Knight, Hq.-Friday fe'nnight, in the 74th year of his age, the Rev. Dunham Graines, Rector of Eat aaJ Weft Wrotham, in Norfolk; he never tailed wine, fpirits, or malt liquor ; water being his common drink. To be LETT, FURNISHED, ILEDEN HOUSE, iituate on Barbp.m-Downs� five Miles fri e:r 100 Acres; and a Clarvler.� well flocked, and in high Perfection. For Particular*- enqii'ie of Will'am Hafti-ltnrj, Efq; Mo. 4c, Lincjln's-lnn-Fieh'.s; or Thomas Watkinfon t'a\Ur, Efq; Afhford, Kant. ['343 To the Manufacturers of Earthen Ware. Speedily will be to be LETT or SOLD, by private Contract, ALarge and extenfive POTTERY, in full W rk, with or wit] our any Quantify of ri�h LanJ, not exceeding One Hundred Acres. The above PoVtery is fituated within i-ne Mile and a Hair* of WVer-Carriage ; five Miles of the Head of T^ign'DaiifV-Haven, and pnfTefTes many peculiar and unconvn r� Advan* tages, which, may eafily be ertimated by the Trade. Trere is a Coal Mine on the Spor, and the befi T>igrr� mouth Clay is dug within four Miles, and fold at four Shill ngs a Ton. For Particulars inqiire of Mefl*. Stno.-Uey ant) Shofr, aC Exeter; or of Mr. Scwtney, at No. 89, Great RulTell ftreet, Bloomfbury. ('368 To the Worthy and Independent Free Burgefk* Of the Borough of COLCHESTER. Gentlemen, PERMIT me to folicit the Honour of your Veres and Iotereft at-the enfuing Election. I flatter mvfelf that, during the Time 1 ha-e i:ad the Hi-nour to reprefrnt jou, no part of my Conduct has forfeit-'d thofe Pretenflons, which, on a former Ocxafion, y^u were fa j kind to think entitled me -o yo.ir Favtur ; and 1 b�*g to alTure voir, that, if I fhould be fo fortunate again zo become the Object of your Choice, it wili be my Study, by e\ery Exertion.in my Power, to prove mylelf deferving of your Confidence. I am, G"ntlemen, with Gratitude and Refpe�l� Your very devuteJ obedient humble Servtnt, Charles-Street, Berke!-y-Square, GEO. TJERNEV. May 79, t?gO. _ (" 1336 P. S. I (hall take an ear'y Opportunity of paying my Re-fpe�h in Perfan to every Elector, and truft ik.t my nut having fooner dor-e it, wt+l be .lttributed to the true Caufe, namely, the neceiTary Attendance on my Duty in Parliament To the Gentlemen, Glergv, and Freeholders cf the County of SOUTHAMPTON. Gen:lemen, - ~ IT becomes neceiTary for us to renew our Acknowledgements tuyou, for the recent Proofs you have "XT(-JI U^U U3UI vn^l (,,.�v i:\erit the good Opinion you entertain o us, by aftriitand unfhako Attachment to the Principles of the Conflitution, by an upright and independent Co^dutl iit Pailiament, and by a zealous and active Attention to the In-terett.s of the Coun;y ctf Hanrs. If we have inadvertently omitted paying our perfonal Re� fpecls to every Freeholder,- we hope rt will be attributed to the very great Difficulty of" waiting on every Individual in fo excenlive a County. We have the hono-ir to be� With the utmoft Gratitude and Refpecl, Ge.itlemen, Your moft obedient and faithful .humble Servants, WILLIAM HEATHCOTE, WILLIAM 6HUTE. Wirichefter, April 3c, 1790. ["33
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