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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 1, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L  O  N  D O  N. ) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny* from t u e e r> a V, June i, to THU R'S D ^ Y, June  3, 8838 Wednesday, June 2. LONDON ^GAZETTE. Admiralty-Office, May 31. 42?*^ Y Lords Gommiflioriers of the Admiralty are hereby pleafed to give notice, that directions have been fent to the Lieutenants who afe employed on, or about, the River Thames in procuring men for his Majefty's fhips which are fit;:ng our, not to imprefs the mafters of any fmall boats, Commonly called Peter-boats, employed on the laid river in catching fifh for the fupply of the City of London, provided the faid perfons are actually mafters of the faid boats, and not feamen. Ph. Stephens. War-Office? June 1, ljgo. ad (or the Queen'i) Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Thomas Milntr GiWbn, Gent, is appointed to be Cor;>e>, by pur-chafe, vice j. Staniflaus Towafhend, wbj retires. (or t'ie King's) Regiment of Light Dragoons, Lieute-~~ " "      ' Troop, by pur- i5th Jeffery nant Jeffery Wheelock to be Captain at chafe, vice George Ramfden, who retires, jjitto, Cornet Sandford Limbt to be Lieutenant, vice Whe< flk. b;'tto, ]vhn Bjller, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Sandford Larnbe. j*h Regiment of Foe-t, Enfign William Gainforf, from the tii Regiment, to be Ehfign, vice William Cane, who exchanges. *6th (or Cameronian) Regiment of Foot, Hon. Henry Tuf-ton, Gent, to be Enfign, by purcfrafe, tice Humphrey Forfter, who letires. 6$th Regiment of Foot, Enfign Robert Lucas to be Lieutenant, by purchafe; vice Richard Connor, who letires. jDitto, Gei/rge* We&kt, Gent, to be Enfi^n, vice Robert Ldcas; jftft. (Highland) Regiment of Foot, Major Henry Barry, from tbe 19th Regiment of Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colo-nelf vice John Efcphinfton, deeeaied. Island or Jamaica. feoclor JohaHuntcr to be Phyfician to the Forces. John Weir, Efqj to be Purveyor of Hvipital ituies and Medicines.^ BJNKkUPTS. Alexander Jamefon, late of Boulogne, in France; but now fcf Charing crofa, Middlefex, mariner j to furrender June is, 19, at five, and July- 13, at ten, at Guildhall, 1 ondon. Attorney, Mr. JRofej Bofwell.court, Carey-ftreet, Chancer)-lanC. John Jaeitfon, of Airftrret, Piccadilly, Middkfeir., mer-fchant; to furrender Ju e 8, ia, at five, and July 13, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Atiornies, MeiT. Maddock and Bigg, Carey ftreet, Chancery lane. Solamon Gregory, of the city of Brilrol, builder and carpenter ; to furrender June 9, 10, and July 13, at ten, at the "White-hart liih, In Broad-ftreet, Briftol. Attorney, Mr, Cabell, of Lincoln's-ianj London, er Mr. Jacobs, Queen-fquarej Briftol. Dividends to be made, John Lyoh,  of Mancbefter, Lancashire, callieo-printer j June 12, at four, at the Bull's head Inn, in Mancheiter. William Skirrow, of Laucaftet, Lancafhire, fhopkeeper; jurie 23^ at Four; at the Bull's-head Inn, la Miniheihr. John Bunduck, late of PuOle, merchant j   fune 23, at two, at the New Antelope Inn, In Poole.   Final Dividend. Abraham Tyech\ late of the Borough of Truro, Com-2 1, at eleven, at Mr', John fcail, itfine-'merchant;   June ihghfs, innkeeper, Truro. Batber, of Wedington, July 10, at ten, Warwickfhire, miner, and at Guildhall, London. of Count Schuienburgh Blumberg, who died very fuddenly on Sunday Tail, the King fent for Count Schuienburgh Kehnert, who has lived retired upon his eftate near Magdeburgh for two years* reinftated him in all his former offices, and appointed him Prefident ef the Department of War* with the title of Firft Minifter of War. It is thought this change will be followed by others. Berlin, May 23. Since laftpoft the fcene feems to have changed, and war is now the general talk. To-morrow the garrifon of Potfdam marches. The fame day the King comes to Berlin, and few off on the 28th for Silefia j and before the 8th of June all the regiments will be upon the march. Ct often is the place of rendezvous for all the troops which go frOm this province. Paris, May 2,7.   The Count de C-, an Officer of the Regiment of the King, in garrifon at Nancy, had a quarrel with M. de M. He dame to Paris to determine it. The two Champions went yefterday morning to the wood of Boulogne, where they fought with. Avoids.   The firft was killed upon the fpot-~tfee*' Other lived only two hours. The age of both made only 40 years j their' fortunes amounted to 4.0,000 livres of yearly rent. COUNTRY-NEWS. Gloiicefter, May- 31. Laft week Mr. Thomas Harvey, one of the keepers of I&su* Foreft, riding, furloufly along the Foreft, in pus&it of fome timber-ftealers whom he had in view, unfortunately paffing under a tree, and not. Hooping fufticiently, ftruck his head with fuch violence againll a fpreading limb, as to diflocate his neck and fracture his fkull, and inftanily died on the (pot. -i-:--- S H I P -_N E W S. Deal, May 31. Wind N. E. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Melville Caftle, Dun-das, from Bengal; Thames, Hatchings, from Oporto; and Commerce, Oughton, from Jamaica. Arrived the Walpole, Churchill, from China, and remains with his Majefty's fhips Aftrea, Arrogant, and Scipio ; Scout floop; Spy, Wilfon, for Africa; and Recovery, Cooch, from Waterford. Gran, by applying to Mr. James Alleri, Architect, iri St. Thomas's Street, Bril,ol, at any Time after the izA tnft. an8 fuch Pe ftns are defired to deliver their Propofals, under Seal, at the Office of Meflrs; Ofbotne and Leager, befare ten! o'CI-kIc in the Forenoon of tbe 24th Day of June next, to which Hourth- Coramiflionera have adjourned for the Purpofe of wkin| fuch Propofals into Consideration.     | ta^8 --�- ii i '-    r      mmtk C A R E; A RDIffANSHl To   be   LETT, And entereJ upon at Michaelmas next, In One Lot, New-built, Commodious MALT-HOUSE, 90 FWet long, by 16 Feet w!de, in thedearj confift-mgof two Line Mortar Floors, and oni boarded Floor, with a large Brick arched and laid Malt-Kiln : and at the End thereof a Dwellir.g-Houfe, confifting of two good Rojm� %n the Ground Floor, three Bed-Chambers on the firft Story, and a conrnodious Garret 5 af the other End is a Houfe fjf curing Herrings and Salmons, the latter bought the greater Pait of the Summer for sd. per Pound, and tbeformer for is. per Hundred. Together with about thirteen Acres of Laid adjoining the Premifes, altogether for 30I. per Ansum, char of all Taxes. The abore-Premifes are fituate in the Cha;-eiry of Lleckryd, clofe to the navigable River Tivy, in the County aforefaid, not fjr fri>m the Town of Cardigan, from whence B.irjes coihe up frequently with Goods to a Quay adjoining the Fremifes. Forfurthcr Patticul.-.rs, appiy to Mr. Nugent, at Pcnlan, near Cardigan. f�39* To   ARCHITECT'S. NOTICE is hereby given, That there will be a Meeting of the Truittes appointed for putting' in Execution an Acl of Pat liacnent, for continuing the Terms of feveral Ails, and tor giving further Powers for repairing the Road fiom Cha:teris Ferry to Hammu:^l's �an> and Somer-fham Bridg" ; and for amending and widening the Road from SomtrriTiam Bridge to the Sheep M.srket in Sc. l.s's ; and alfo the Road bra-chinj qut of the faid Road near Stock's Bridge through Needin^worth to Eaii.h, in the County of Hunrihg-aon, on Tuefday the Twenty-fecond Day of June, at El?v>'n o'Clock in the Forenoon, at the Crown Inn in St. lve's, in tl � fa:d County of Huntingdon, to take into Coniiderdtion the PI ins and Propofals of, and to treat with, iuch Perfon or Ptr-fo s 3s /hall be inclined to contrail for the making and erecting an Engine or Machine, at or as near as conveniently mvj be to the Toll-Gate or Bar now eretted upon the f.�.i-l Turnpike-Road, in the faid P rifh of St. Ivs's, proper for tha weighing of Carriages of thi Con hu&ions and Weightj fpe-cified in an Aft of Parliament pa!ted in the Thirteenth Year ot his prefent Majefty's Reign, " for regulating the Turnpike-roads:" Whoever intends to offer .Plans and Propofals" for the making and directing of fi.ch Eagine i-r Machine are requeftec? to- fend the fame to Samuel [ohnfon of St. Ive'j af^rcfaid, Clerk to the faid Truflees, berore the faid Twenty-lesond Day of Junen:xt. ['355 Cy Order of the Trufters, ,   . SAMUEL*JOHNSON, Clerk. St. Tvt's, May29, 17^*.   

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