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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 10, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O   N   D   O   N. ) , Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. ^From  THUiSDAY, Junr**io,  to SATURDAY,  Ju*tb  12,  1790. 8843 FRIDAY,  June ii. Ytferday arrived the Mails from France and Holland. Warsaw, May iz. RDERS are iffued for 2000 cavalry to march towards the frontiers of Gallicia. The letters from the frontiers of the 3d inft. inform us, that Prince .-^Ji/Q Potemkin is in daily ex-pe&ation of the return i^-S^fAV of the Colonel who has j fir been fent to the Grand Vizir with difpatches relative to the negotiations for a peace. Thp Turkifh army, which is in motion, directs its courfe towards Ifmailow. Count de Bulgakovv, who is flill at Jaffy, is going tc Peterfburgh before he comes here, in quality of Minifter from Ruffia. Sibckholm, May 21. We have received the agreeable accounts from Frederickfham, trTat our fleet of gallies, under the command of his Majefty, Jias obtained a compleat viclory over that of the Ruffians, after an engagement of three hours, in which we took two frigates, one armed veflel, and 28 h*df galleys, and funk ten gun-boats ; befides this, 50 tranfports of provisions were* burnt, together with 40 gun-boats on the flocks; after which the SwerJifh galleys fired upon the place. Our officers and men fhewed the greateft courage upon this occafion, of which the King gave them a noble example, as he continued 'during the whole aclion in the front of the line. Dur lofs is but trifling, and not one officer killed br wounded. The King's Adjutant-General r refe is appointed Colonel and Grand Crofs of the Slack Eagle. The confequences of this victory are, that the King Is mafter of the coafts of Finland for this campaign, and can diliurb them as far probably ias Cronftadt. �S-HIP--NEWS. Deal, June 9. Wind S. W. Remain in the feowns the Aftrea frigate, Cockatrice cutter, Diligence and Swift pilots. _ GrwveJ'end, June 9. Palled by, the Ocean, Todd,1 from China ; Ifabclla, M'Killigan, from Gibraltar j Lineohall, Dickfon; and Duchefs of Buc-tlettgfr, Pottinger, from Belfeil; Unity, John-fon; Anchor and Hope, Norifon; and Norway Rock, Sorenfon, from Norway; Providence; Young, from Antigua; Severn* Stone, from Lifbon; Aurora, Baker > and Mary Francis, Brine,, from Smyrna; Briftol, M'Swin, from Roftock } Bofton Packet, Davis, from Bofton ; /OKve Branch, Angus, from Charleftoh ; John, Storey, from Tortola ; Sufannahi Henderfbn, from St. Kitt's; Grenville Ray, Mann ; Nine Siilers, Pnilips 4 Miriam, Arthur 5 and Belifajius, Blackburn, from Grenada; Concord, Smith; SufTex, Madgewick ; St. James's Planter, Paxtoiv; St. Qeprgej Drake} and Swanfea, Slater, from Jamaica. +    � � -i   r     Ki a. 1 i �   i �    --- �  t n  r- -i r ii  nl. LONDON. HOUSE   o *   L OR D S. Thursday,  June 10. His Majefty came in ftate to the Houfej and being feated on the Throne, gave the Royal affent to feverai public and private bills. After which his Majefty made the following tnoft gracious fpecch to both Houfes of Parliament : My Lords, and Gentlemen, THE neceffary public bufinefs being hdw concluded, I think it figbj: to put an end to this Seffion of Parliament* > I have not hitherto-received the anfwer of the Court of Spain to the reprefentation which I have directed to be made at that Court, in fupport of the dignity of my crown, and of the" interefts of my people.   I continue to entertain the ftrongeit defire for the maintenance of peace on juft and honourable grounds;   but, under the prefent cir* cumftances, I feel it iridifpenfibly neceflary to proceed with expedition and vigour in thofe preparations, the objects of which have already re-reived your unanimous concurrence. The afTurances and conduit of my allies, on t^s interefting occafion, have mftnifefted in the moil fatisfadory manner their determination to M61 the engagements of the exifting treaties; and I trull that our mutual good underftanding and concert will be productive of the happieft effe&s in the prefent eonjundture of affairs in Europe. �-(� Gentlemen of the Houfe of Commons, I return you my particular thanks for the readi-nefs With which you granted the fupplies for. the correct fervice, antf for your unanimity and dif-patch in enabling me to take thofe meafuies which the prefent crifis has rendered neceflary. My Lords, and Gentlemen, As I think it may be of material convenience that the election of a new Parliament mould take place without delay, it is my intention forthwith to give directions for difiblving the prefent aoct for calling a new Parliament. But, in figriU fying to you this intention, I cannot omit to aflure ^pu of the deep and grateful fenfe wnich-Pmuft ever entertain of that affectionate and unlhaken le-yalty, that uniform and zealous regard for the true ptinciples of our invaluable Conllitution, and \ that unremitting attention to the happinefs and profperity of my people, which have invariably directed all your proceedings. The rapid increafe of our Manufactures, Commerce, and Navigation, the additional protection and fecurity afforded to the diftant pofleffions of the Empire, the provifions for the good government of India^the improvement oaf the public revenue, and tlie eftablifhment of a permanent fyftem for the gradual reduction of the National Debt, have furnilhed the belt proofs of your refolution in encountering the difficulties with which you had to contend, and of your fteadinefs and perfeverauce in thofe -meafures which were belt adapted to promote the eflentiai and lafting intereft of my dominions. The Loyalty and public fpirit, the induftry and enterprise of my fubjects, have feconded your exertions. On their fenfe of the advantages which they at prefent experience, as well as on their uniform and affectionate attachment to my Perfon and Government, I �ely for a continuance of that harmony and confidence, the happy effects of which have fo manifestly appeared during the prefent Parliament, and which muft at all times afford the fureft means of meeting the exigencies of war, or of cultivating with in creating benefit the bleffings of peace. Then the Lord Chancellor, by his Majefty's Command, faid : My Ldrds, and Gentlemen, It is his Majefty's Royal Will and Pleafure, that this Parliament be prorogued to Tuefday the third day of Augutl next, to be then here holden ; and this""Parliamen't is accordingly prorogued to Tuefday, the third day of Auguft next. HOUSE of COMMONS. � Thursday, June 10. A Petition was preferred from the Electors of Weftminfter, reflecting the decifion of the late Committee on the right of election. Ordered, That the Petition be confidered the 27th inllant. The Gentleman Ufher of the Black Rod fum-mOned the Houfe to attend his Majefty in the Upper Chamber of Parliament, and the Houfe attended accordingly. The King was in the Houfe 20 minutes, after which he returned to St. James's, and at three o*clock let off on his return to Windfor. His Majefty was drefled in purple, with the Order of the Garter, when he went to the Houfe, and returned m fcarlet trimmed with gold. He was attended in the ftate coach by the Earl of Denbigh as Lord in Waiting, and Lord Dover as Gold Stick. The carriage of the Mafter of the Horfe went behind the ftate coach with full equipage, but empty. Yefterday his Royal Highnefj the Prince ef Wales came from Afcot races to Carleton-houfe, where his Highnefs gave audience to the Dukes of Norfolk and Portland, and in the afternoon returned to Aftot-heath. :% Yefterday Lord Brudenell took his feat in the Houfe of Peers as Earl of Cardigan. His Majefty's birth-day was obferved in Dublin with great fplendor: The Lord Lieutenant gave a grand dinner at the Caftle, where an Ode was peiormed, and at which a great number of Nobility and feverai of the principal Gentry were prefent; and in the evening the city was almoft generally illuminated. From Madrid we learn, that the preparations for war, which had flacketied, were renewed again with vigour on the arrival of three Couriers from England, and that to the fhips armed at Cadiz, our readers may add the Mercedes frigate of 34 guns, and to thofe of" Ferrol the following feven fhips of the line of 74 guns each : ;L'Europe; L'Oriept, L*Arrogant, Le St. Gabriel, Le St.   Drawing-Room, Eating-Room, and Breakfait-Parlour, Kitchen, and Wafh-H>ufe, four Chambers with DreTing-Roams, and two Garrets,- large and commodious Cellars, Stable( and other- Out-Houfes, and a very pleafant Garden containing about Half an Acre. The whole Frei-hold, and in the compleateft Repair, fituated in an agreeable Neighbourhood, 41 Miles from London. The Yarmouth, Sudbury, Bury, aod Norwich Coaches, pafs verytfay,' Fpr farther .Particulars apply to Mr. Jehn Tabor, or Mr. iwiah Reeve", -of Botkiofeor of Mr. John Addifon, of BRISTOL,   5th May, 1790. To  BUILDERS. ANY Perfons willing to contract for taking down the Walla of the Pari(k Church ef St. Trmross in this C'ny {the Roof having been already taken down), and forbuilding and compleatly finWhing the New Church, may feMhe Pla-s and InfkucVions, and may have aU neceflary i-!-farmnu in, by applying ti Mr. James Allen, Architect, in St. Thotnas's Street, Bri�ol, at any Time after the a*d Inrt. and fuch Pe fona are defired to ddivcr their Propofals, under Seal, at the Office.of Meffrs. Ofbome and Leager, before ten o'Clock in the Forenoon of the 24th Day of Jurie next, to which Hour the Com mi (Tuners hava adjourned for the Pur-., pofeof raking fuch Propyls into Configuration.     (i^^i - WeRB08J> PARK5 OXFORDSHIRE. To be SOL") by Privare CQotraft, ;By   Mr.   CHRISTIE, AMoft defira We ESTATE > coniifling of an .excellent Mat>fion'-Houfer, roomy StaHing, conve-'llie.it .Offices of all Defuriptions, good Kitchen Gurder, walled, cropped, and planted ; Pleafure-Ground, and five Acres of Weod-Land. The Park and Painre-Gruand, with a Trout-Stream running through it, capabU of fuppljin^ a Mill. In the Wh le between feveu.y and ei/hty Acre>. Market and Poft Towns within five ana eight Mile*, arid feverai P.>ck$ of Hounds in theNeighbomhofd. Further HarticuJars msy be had in PafTMallj or at Mr. Thiflleton's Library, GooJge-ftreet, Tottenham-Court-Road. , t12�4 To be SOLD, by Private Contrad, AMoff durable FREEHOLD FARM, fituate at WEEK.E, lathe Parifh of Btinfted,Jin the County of Southampton ; confiding of 230 Acres of Arable, Failure, and Meadow Ground, now in the Occupation of William Earle, together with 17 Acres of Coppice, in Har.d,. and a confiderabie Quantity of Timber thereon in goed Growth j alfoan exceed tug good Dwelling-Houfe, Barns, Stables, Granary) and Hop-Kilns, all in very good Repair. For further Particulars inquire of Alexander Baxter, Efnj at Odiham 3 or of Mr. Clement, Attorney at. Law, at Alton. The Tenant will fliew the Piemirfes. N. B. A Marie Pic on the Premiffes, and fix Acres of excellent Hop-Ground 5 and the Dwelling-Houfe may like-wife he converted into a Rcfidence for a gen:eel Family at a lite e .Expence. It is fuuated about tWo Miles from the Turnpike-Road leading from F-^tnli-' -^tv A|fr�n. f i  oli5,, are prevented from vifiting the Exhibition themfelves, have atleaft an Opportunity of feeing into its Merits through the Medium of their Friends who may be at a convenient Diftance.  As from the Novelty of the Poiygraphic Art, many People are ftiU'unacquainted with its Nature, it-is proper to add ror their Infoxmaaon, that it is a new Dtfcovery.for copying Pictures in Oil Colours by a Chemical and Mechanical Proc:fs, che Invention of Mr. JOSEPH BOOTH; by which ingenious Means the Correftnefs of the L5 awing' and the Spirit and Effeft of th'eTei.formances of the beft Mailers, either old or modern, are" fo clofely imitated, as to render the Copes ftarcely diftinguifnabl? fro'nj the '-Originals^ Of this Affer-the Sbciety' have thevSatisfactibn of offering; an inc'on-trovercible Proof to the Public, by their>pref:nt Exhibitiop, Which has been honoured witfi the Approbation and Patronage of Numbers of Psople of Rank, and others, diftin-guifhed for their Tafte in Painting. In tbis Exhibition the Originals and Copies trsjo difpofed, as to offer itu fairrft Mjeaosof Comparifjii, and convince the Hifhlic of the great Perfe&ion th're Art is r.ow* arrived af, fince the liberal Enconragtmtnt it met witji in its infant State; and thatthefeiPictares,'riO(!withfta^dJhf theirlrhode-rite Price, are equal in Durability. Aid hbV interior hi ^ft'tt\, to the capital Originals from which'they ha>e
                            

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