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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 8, 1790, London, Middlesex                                i N   D   O   _N, > Price f^ee-Pence Halfpenny. From  TUESDAY, June  8,  to  T H V R S DAY*, June Vo,   1790. WEDNESDAY, June 9. ^.LONDON GAZETTE. St. James's, June 7. N Saturday laft their Males removed to Wind-to refide there during the fummer. Their Royal HighnciTes the Princeffes are alfo removed to that refuirnce. Tangiers, April 15. Intelligence has jaft been received, that on Sunday the iith inft. died Sidi Mahomet, late Emperor of Morocco. His Majefty, whilft taking the ?ir on horfeback near Sale, was feized with a pain n :ar his heart, and, a ftonn fuddenly ariling, he called with fome exertion for-his coach, was j>'aced in it, and almoft immediately afterwards e cpired. His 'remains have been depofited in one of the Towers of Rabat. His fon Muly el Zezid was this day proclaimed Emperor, in his room. War-Office, Jun 8, 1790. ift Regiment of Lift-Guards, Captain Charles M. B, Walton, from the lare ad Troop of Horfe Grenadier Ga.'rds,' .   is appointed to be Ca^taio, vice George Wane, promoted. Lite Troop of Horfe Grenadier Guards, Capt.in George Warde, from the id Regiment of Life Guards, to be Major, by purchafe, vie- Charles Burton, who retiies. Ditto, Sub-Lieutenant Robert Knight to be Lieutenant and . Captain, v'ce George Warde. 2oth Regiment of Foor, Captain-Lieutenant Jarties Fenton, from the 58th Regimen:, to be Captain of a Company, w.thour purchase, vice John Lloyd, deceafed. >^S:h Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Wil.iim Sinclair We. ,myfs, frem the 4orh Kegi- r t, to be Cat.tain or a Com-pany, by purchafe, vice John Brown, who retires. CommffioHi in tkf |5�*dR Militia, figned by the Lord-Lieutenant. Sotiih- JUgSrr.ear, J�bn. Moure Kn'rgluoi?; fefqj to be Cap-rain,, vice juhn WidiCCoilbe, tefigned.   Dated June 1, 1790. William Elfarrf, Efq; to be Captain Lieutenant, vke William Halberton, Efq; deceafed.   Dated June 1, 1790. Xlommijjions fgned by bis Majefty for the Army in Ireland.     Dated April 30, 1790. 7th Regiment of. Dragoon Guards, Lieutenant Hugh Moore, , from iStk Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Car.', exihan^a^. 13th Regiment or Foot, Lieutenant Lauieju.- eradthdw to ,   be Captain., rnx Mnnck, ieCe�^i. ilirTff; Enfign Robert fijikerville to be Lieutenant. 45th Regiment of Foot, Quarter Mafter Serjeant Wil.tam .   Hill to be Qjjarter-Mafter, vice Watkins, icGgoed. Ditto, Enfign Henry Watkins to be Adjutant, vice Grantham, refigned 38th Regiment of Foot, Mr. Edmund* Bowyer to be Enfign, vice Vereker, promoted in i 6th Foot., 39th Regiment of Foot, Mr. Birkenhead Glegg to be Enfign, vice Boyd, promoted in ift Foot Guards. Ditto, Serjeant Major Wm. Atherton to be Quarter-Mafter, vice John, deceafed. '40th Regiment of Foot, Captain Edmund John Glynn, from Half-pay of late 74th Foot, to be Captain, vice Forbes, bexchanged, itto, Captain Thomas Reed, from. Half-pay of late 103d Foot, to be Captain, vice Low, exchanged, ^orh Regimer.t of Foor, Lieutenant Edward Vicari tQ be �t Captain, vice Hamilton, refigned* t>lrto, Enfign Robert-Browne to be Lieutenant.-Ditto, Mri Folliott Watren to be Enfign. Royal Company of Engineers, Mr. Henry Euftace to be Firft-Lieuttnant.   Dated May 8, 1790. Z J N K k U P T S. ;� William Atkinfon the younger, of Shipton, in. the Eaft kidirg of Yorkfcire, bead jobber ; to furrender June 17, 18, and July 20, at eleven, at the Crofs-key8 Inn, in Kingrton upon Hull. Alturiiks, Meff. Lockwood aad Duelbury, in Beverley. James Cutler, late of Goole, Yorkfhire, cornfa&or ; to 'founder June zi, to, and July 20, at ten, at the Red-lion, at Thorne, Voiklhire.   Attorn, y, Mr. Berriman, of Thon.e. John Lung, ot Bafiaghall Ihcet, London, innholder ; to ifurrendcr June 14, 23, and July 20, at ten, at Cuil.lliall, loridon. Attornies, MelT. Winter and K.a>e, SwithiuV lane. Richard Profiler, of Lit le Biickhill, Bucks, innkeeper 3 to furrender June it, at Cit, �6, and July 2c, at t*elve,_ at Guildhall,.London. A^cordies, Weil". Strong and Still, Lin-coln's-inn New-fquare. *     dividends to be niade. Richard Turher, of the city of Brifto', corn fact rj Aug. 1, at eleven, attheGeoig*, in Cafile-ftreer, Brilrol. Witjiam Medley, cf Upper Tkames-ftrset, London,.timber- rrjefihant j July 10, at eleven, at Guildhall, London, William Good arid Peter Good,.late of Bockir.g, EfTex, beer-breuers.and partners in trade; July 2, at eleven, at the Queirn\ head Inn, in Bocking. Samuel Kilby, of Broad-ftreer, St. Giles, Middlefex, falefman ; July 3, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Wilfoti, of Bradford, Ycriubire, meaner} June 30, at four, at the While lion, in Halifax.   Final Div. Charles Dare, of Cripplegate- buildings, in the city of London, tallow-chandler} June 29, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. William Chapman and John Charman, of Newcaftle upon Tyne, dealers, chapmen, and copartners in trade} July 3, at ten, at the White hart, in Newcaflle upon Tyre. Robert Colrlns the elder, and William Collins, both of Hackr.fcy, Middlefex, carpenters and partr.eis; June 29, a: eleven, at Guildhall, London. f'hoir,as Smithy late of Manchester, Lancalh'ne, catl'ico-printer and manufacturer; July 2', at ten, at the Buil's-head 4nn, in the MarRet-place, Mjncheiter. J^i� Scott, ]ate -of Manchefter, Lancashire, common-^carrier ; July 3, at t*o, at the Lower Swan, in Manchefter. James Brickell, late of Shaftethury, Dorfetftsire, g'ocer; June 30, at ten, at the Whits-hart inn, in ibe city of Sa-�iilbujtf, Wilts.   Final Dividend. Certificates to be granted* ^Charles Emmett, now or late of the city of Briftol, vic-tua!ler }. on or.before June 29. George Gibfon, late of Abberford, Yorklhire, butcher j �on or before June 29. Sirouel Krjowles, of Gar tan, LancauSire, tanner} on or before Jooe 29. Chriftopher Tomllnfon, of London-road, St. George's-fieUlt, Surry, viftusllet; on or before June 29. Bankruptcy enlarged. JamesUunter Grayj late of B rah am Lodge, Somerfet-.ftire, di-aleT apd clupmtn ; to furrender July 31, at ten, it *e Ccorge lun, in Froomej Somerfetlhire. Yefterday arrived the Mail from Flanders. Peterjburgb, May 5.   On the night of the lit and 2d inft. the ice on the Nerva began to break, that River having been clofed for 157 days. Liege, May 27. This day, at two o'clock in the afternoon, a courier from Tongres brought us word, that during the night, time the Palatines had abandoned Bilfen and Munfterhilferi, and fell back again towards Maleyck. Sorrie detachments of the Patriotic army are on their march to watch' the retreat of the enemy, who in all appearance guefled that they were to be attacke'd to- morrow by the numerous detachments of Patriots which are joining from all parts. Lrufels, June 1. The accounts we received J" from Courtrai were fuch as to lead us to imagine that fome evil-minded people had formed a plan which threatened this city. As foon as this fufpi-cion was known abroad, the citizens affembled in crowds at the Town-houfe, and the volunteers appeared in arms, ready to face the enemy ; and all the neighbouring villages, as foon as they heard of ) our apprehenfions, fent us detachments cf volunteers, fo that we foon haJ a very confiderable army ready to oppofe the deiigns of thofe who with to trouble the public tranquillity. In fnort, the fpirit of the country ran fo high upon this occafion, that the moS diftant villages were eager to fend us fuccours, infomuch that the States were obliged to fend mellengcrs to different parts of the country, to affure the people we were in no danger. All the volunteers prefented themfelvcs, and ilrongly fclicited to go to the army, butl: was judged moli proper to fend only 50 men of each company, who fet out this afternoon, and will be at Namur to-morrow. The late check our troops have received being attributed to want of difci-pline, the States have thought pfoper to introduce the Stant-Rccbt, ufed among ihe Auftrians, into our army. * � �   � ~ - SHIP - NEWS. Deal, June 7. Wind N. W. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Nine Sifters,' Phillips, from Grenada ; Alfred, Delamore, from Jamaica ; and Tyfont Skelton, from St. Kitt's. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's fhips Scipio and Ailrea, Cockatrice cutter, and Diligence pilot. Sailed the Scout and Wafp iloops of war for Portfrnouth. Grave/end, June 7. PaiTed by the Fonthill, Seward, and Britannia, Renwick, from Jamaica; Charlotte; Ruddock, from Grenada; Eleanor, Magruda, from 'Maryland; Rafhleigh, Wyat, from Halifax ; Ann, Cockburn, from Lifbon, and New-York, Dominick, from New-York. .     iii 1 11 LONDON. Yefterday, after both Houfes of Parliament broke up, Mr. Pitt fent off one of his MefTengers, from his houfe in Downing-ftreet, with letters to the King at Windibr-Lodge. Yefterday morning Lord Gower fet off from his houfe in "Portland Place for Dover, where he will embark in the firit packet for Calais. He took leave of the Miniller on Monday. � Yefterday the difpatches for Bengal, Fort St. George, and Bombay, were fent from the Eaft-India-houfe, on board the Swallow'packet, at Portfrnouth. Sir Charles Oakley, the New Governor of Fort St. George, his Lady and fuit, are paflengers in this (hip ; as is John Hud-dlelton, Efq; a Member of the Fprt St. George Council. A warrant has juft received the Royal fignature, for a reverlionary grant to the Hon. William Frederick Eliot Eden, Ion of Lord Auckland, of the office of one of the four Tellers of the Exchequer, on the demife of any one of the prefent pofTefTors. We never faw fo brilliant, an Aflembly as that in Weftminfter-hall on Mondaylaft.-There were at leaft two thoufand Ladies prefent.-The benches for the Peerefles were quite full, and all the galleries were crouded. Yefterday a Court of Aldermen was held at Guildhall for the Election of Rulers of the Company of Watermen and Lightermen for the enfu-ing year, and for the appointment of an Affiftant Clerk to the fitting Juftices at Guildhall, in the room bf Mr. William Henry Whhtell, deceafed ; at which the Lord Mayor, Recorder, and eighteen Aldermen were prefent. The price of bread was ordered to be continued as before. William Curtis, Efq. and Sir Benjamin Ham-mett, Knight, Aldermen, the late Sheriffs, prefented to the Court a ftate of the gaol of Newgate during their Sheriffalty, which was read and ordered to be printed, and a copy thereof fent to every Member of the Court. Mr. Thomas Whittell, jun. was appointed Affiftant Clerk'to- the fitting Magiftrates at Guildhall, in the room of his late brother, Mr. William Henry Whittell, deceafed. The Court ordered the City Solicitor to defend, at the City's expence, James Lodge, a Confta-ble of the Ward of Broad-ftreet, in an adtton brought againft him for apprehending one of the ihany proftitutes who prorrienade the purlieus df the. 'Change at noon day, under1 a pretence of felling oranges, or other fruit, foe having been diforaerly. -The Court did not break, up till near" four e'cloftlt* E P f.GKAl S. ' By the'. Rev. Fr. Blackburne, M. A. Late Archdeacon -of Cleveland. "Lycidas to Prudentia. DESCEND, fair Stoick, from thy fights; Ffrm Nature lra.n to know Our pafli ns are the needful weights, *That make our virtues go, Prudentia to Lycidas. True, Lycidas j but think not fo Another truth to (bun ; Our paifions make our virtue* go, But make our vices run. Mr. Whitbread has given up his intended op-poikion to his relative for the" county of Bedford ; he will, therefore, again take his feat in a new Parliament for the town. Orders are iflued at the War-office for railing a nevv corps of infantry, the command of which, is to be given to Major-General S. Townftiend. The late Earl of Pomfret's houfe and grounds at Sunbury were fold the other day by Chriftie for i2,ocol. The Betfey, Brown, from Savannah to Grenada, is loft on the ifland of Barbuda; the crew faved. The Fancy, -, frdm Guernfcy to Virginia, is on lhore near Gape-Henry, and it is feared will be loft. The Rev. Mr. Afh is appointed his Majefty's Phyfician to furvey the Hofoitals, &c. in Foreign Countries, in the room of Dr. Ratcliffe. Monday a further refpite for one- week was brought to Newgate for Sophia Girton,'under fentence of death for coining. MARRIED.] On Thurfday fe'nnight, at Poulton in the Field, in the county of Lancafter, Mr. James Hull, Attorney at Law, of that place, to Mifs Margaret Bonny, daughter of Mr. Wm. Bonny, of Liverpool.-Wednefday laft, at Edinburgh, Alexander Marjoribanks� Efq; of Mar-joribanks, to Mifs Katherine Laurie, daughter of the deceafed Gilbert Laurie, Efq; of Polmont. DIED.] Laft week, at Dublin, Henry Browne,-Efq; uncle to the Marchionefs of Buckingham, and father to the Lady of General O'Donnell, aged upwards of 90 years.-On Sunday morning, at Brompton, Mrs. Floyer, wife of Peter Floyer, Efq; of Chingfield, Berks.-Monday, Mrs. Thomas, aunt to Samuel Hill, Efq; of Suffolk-ftreet. -Lately, in India, Lieut. Oolvill Learmont, of the 75 th. He is the only oificer of the regiment who has died fince it went to India; but 150 of the men have fuffered from the climate. Hibbs's Orange SriRUssfor making Pujjch. Gentlemen of the Navy and Army are allured that they will find thefc Shrubs abfblutely invaluable as articles for their ftore. They are prepared from the fineft Seville Oranges, and the .moft excellent rums and brandies, and infihntly make hot or cold Punch by the addition of water only. Add to this, that thefe Shrubs are abfo-lutely fpecific againft the fcurvy, and diforders arifing from long voyages. Sold in ariy quantity not lefs than two gallons, of either Rum Shrub or Brandy Shrub, at the loweft (tjKmey) prices, by E. Hi bbs, No. 2, Monument-yard, London. "�"^+   ......   rmm----!- WOOLLEN  DRAPERY. CHARLES RYMER, New-S:reet, Covent-Garden, having conGderabry increafed his Stock, continues foiling the bell Cloths (for ready Money) at the following Kates. Ah .lnf|Jetllon of thi Superflnes will prove them equal in Quality t.6 rjio'e which (being bought on Credit Terms) can... not be fold for lefs than 18s. or 19s. per Yard per yard. Beft Superfine    7 Shrunk Cloths   \ Blue and Grey dict�     16 r} Caflimeres 7 fj Superfine Ladies 7 Cloths 5 it 16 7 15 Beft Second CI. ths Blue and Grey ditto Foreft Cloths Beft Blaik Florentines 9. JO ic 6 10 6 [T449 BRISTOL,   5tV . Thomas in this Ciry (the Roof having been already taken down), and for btjlding and compleatly finiibisg thre New'Church, may ~fee~thePla:.s and Inflruftions, and n\&y haveall necefiary"Information, by applying to Mr. Jawir^ Allen, Architect, in St. Thotnas's Street, BriC.ol, at any 1.{:ne after t!ie aad Inlt. and fuch Pe. fons are defired to de'/vci; their Propofals, under Seal, at the Office of Meflrs. O/borneapd Leager, before ten o'Clock in the Forenoon of t> je 34th Day of June next, to which Hour tie Commiffione/s have adjourned for the Pur-pofe of taking fuch Propofalyinto Confideration.     I 1x58 To be  SOLD, by AUCTION, By Order of-the Aivi?/-ees of James WaP*er, late'of the Citv of "Briftol, Sa'd Mrrchant, Dealer and Chapman, a Bankrupt, at the George Inn in Droiswxh, in the County of Worceller, en Monday the lack Day of July next, between, the H  INN. JOHN hudson, at the above Inn, takes this Opportunity of returning Thariics to his FriBnds for tile Favours he has received, and hopes for a fur'.her Continuance of the fame j as they may depend en the beft Accommodations, 2nd the greater Attention w:)l be puid. He afTures th-'m thatnot'ning fha!l be wanting oa his P.-n w render every thing ag ecable. N. B. Private Parlours fitted up for Families, and Dinners provie'e^i for them at any Hour. [1408 A good Bathing Macnine, an*1 careful Attendance, "     To INNHOLDERS. " The Profits of the POSTING Bufmels have been fo much reduced, by th>- \cry- hi^h Duits on Poft-Chaii'es, the lugh Piice H-!ifs, and rvery Kind of Provifion for them, that it is rendered nccdiu; (in order to accommodate the Public by keei iag good Hurle* and Carriages) to make a fn;all Advanc- ; but .s tl at Advance cart-not properly be fixed hut by a MEETING of POST- MASTERS and' INN-KEEPERS concerned in tha: Bufintls, it is propofrd to hold o ic at the George-1rtr, in D.ity, dn Thuifday the 10th Day of June next enfuing, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon j at which lJlacc all chofe concerned aro earaeftly rcqutflei to attend. � [-l3'93 May to, 1.^90. . To be LETT on LEASE, For the Term of 21 Years, to commence from Mickaelmas nexr, ACompact farm; confuting of aboflt 130 Acres of exceeding rich Meav.ow-and Arable Lanr'l w'th a convenient Dwelling-Houie, la'ge Ba ns, Stailea, and other proper O fices, nil in good Repair, (ituaTe at LOWER-TOOTING, in the Cour.ty of Surrey, late ^he Property of, and occupied by, Mark Be.'l, Efo; doceafed. The Crops mw growing arid Implements of Hufbandry to i>* taken at a fair Valuation. To bi viewed by applying to Mr. Woodkam, on the Pre-milles, where a Plan of theEftate, and tb>* Conditions uqM which the Leife wiil be granted, aiay be feeni " Mtr Propofals, feakd up, will berereived by the Devifeeswf' Mr. Bell, from Twelve till Two o'Clr ck on Tha fdaf tBe 17th of June lnftant, at the Whieat-Sheaf, Upper-Tooting, at whicii Time and Place the Perfons making Propofals are requefted to attend. [142% DISTRIBUTION. ALL Perfons claiming to be next of Kin to JOHN HARDING, la.eof DRAYTON in HALES, in the County ot" Salop,. Gentleman, deceafed, who died> inteitate, .are, hereb^HRuiied forthwith to (e id in f*^f Names, vrttb �'-ie P^ucijars of die r tefpedlive ^^Jms to-the Office of M>fT. W^�Prw7~H^&-atLiW. in Dray'on in Hales a'orefaid, in order tn.�x^^firo"-cnrmia my be inveftigated, and the Pe� f n^TtgaUy 'nfttfca t� a dii^ributive Share of the faid Invite's Eft Lte. aridEff^ta afcerta.nei previous to the ' ^.'ri Day of .September next, on which D y a Diftribution tne fay Inteftate'a Eftateand Eft'efts will be made. N. B. To prevent numerous and ,fruitlefs Applications^ it h particrriarl^ requeiletl no Perfon will fend in a Claim who cannot dearly prove that he or ihe ftandc in as near a Degree t�f Affinity to the Interlace aS firft CoufinV Drayton in Hales, May 26, 1790.  . fi4rr ESSEX! A very defirable Ptfrchafi f^r a Geatleniaa wj.th a fmaK Family.. To be SOLD, by Pfivate_Contraa, And may be entered upon immediate^, ANeat, Brick, Safh-windowed DWELLING-HOUSE, pleafantly fituated on the Caufeway between the Towns of Bocking and Braintree,- in Effex j conuiring of an Hall, Drawing-Room, Eating*Room> .ahd^ Breakfaft-Parlour, Kitchen, and Wafh-Houfe, - four Chambers with Dreffing-Rooms, and two Garrets; Urge and commodious Cellars, Stable, and c .her Out-Houfes, and a -very pleafadt Garden containing about Half an Atrf.     ' � The whole Freehold, and- in 'rf�e-ef>impl�lteff^Repaicj-fita-ated in an agreeable.Neighbourhood, 4.4'..Miles From Londbn. The Yarmouth; Sudburyi Bury, and Norwich Coathes^pafa every Day. >* " > Foe further Particulars apply to Mr. Job.n.Tabor,or Mr* Jonah Reeve, of Bocking, or rif -Mn, John Additbh, of Sudbury, Suffolk. �    .    .     . ' 11419 ' 1 �       �      f -     �' 1   ' . � 1 ��   I      . �. A   NEW  DISCOVERY, To preferve policed STEEL from Ruii-?ad Spots. POLISHED Stoves, QrateSj and j?ire Utenfiis* khives, forks, fire-arms,- f^rui^-bHWifi% buckles, and every other article for ufe, wearf, or .:�mti^W�,^oaxpofed' of ft eel or iron, are effectually prefrrve d'irom^ ruft ^13) fpqti, by a Compound, now Slit offered :o the Publici-�ai^rfef thts tnmt of the Preferver of Steel} � ths erScaey of wi;icb>^has been thoroughly tried and Approved by gehtlemeix of;-eaperience in chemiftry. A fingle'applicationof this Compound w^.l pte*entthe ap--pearance of the fl ghteft ruft fbr feveral yeahk Families -will be enabled, by the wfc of it, to have their gratei, ,n ftd^ fec�tity for any leegth pf .time, arwi, in houfcs of conftaat reGdencA, it will Me mucb trouble. Ironmongers, Cutlers, Gwifmitba, and-all whotdxal fnSteel vt^rk, will fiud it in Indifpenfibie article. ... . 'I his Compound has been Ajimk', by the experience of years, fffiftually to prevent the ruft arifing frum iea�ir, by whiten means it is proved, that fietl articl**- may be exported to foreign countries, in a ftate of p.-rteclion irigbly advaalageotti to the commercial ifl&'to* ot tbls kingdom^.. Boxes of rhe Preifwerof Steel are.f.>W at es.lfjd; eaeri, by H. LYNAM, Goldfrrith, Nni 76^ Strand* hear the Adtfi-phi \ where alfo-may be had an inc 'reparable Powder for cleaning gold and fitver plate, at is. each rok. The br-aes ate fcaled with his cjphsr *ni creft, LJ43'   

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