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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 15, 1790, London, Middlesex -�I 1 3 ( L O N D ON. ) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. From TUESDAY, June 15, to THURSDAY, June 17, 1790. 8841 WEDNESDAY, June 16. . Tefitrdt^ arrived the Mail from Flandew. ^CON?TANTINOPLE, APRIL 8. ' - s fv;^^ \ weather h Here fo un-4jvLJ commonly fevere at this *k 5 'ilTfi < for he was ever thei? friend and proteftcr. The Governor of Wid>n, vfh6 is grandfon to the Grand Vizier, who negotiated the peace of Kainardgi, is appoint-ed his iucceffor 5 and he.has^ already etfpreffed his fiitSfilidn's to be of a pacific nature. Vienna, May 3.*). BarOn Laudohn and Count t^qUpredo arrived here .from Moravia yefterdiy : "Their Vetarn b�$ given .us fome -hopes* of, a peace. ,\We are even allured that, the Courts of Vienna and Berlin have nearly fettled the terms. A Con-grefs \% 4$ be held at-jaity, Or at,Buchareft, to bring about a general pacification j and we make !n6 doubt but that the lownefs of the Ruflian 'finances will engage tha't Court to make fome facfifices. -. ;. - . %igborny May 8. The Sarbary corfairs again %%ifli#titfed our feas, and difturb our commerce. Two, "sbrfairs frorn Tunis^Jatelv,attacked and "pilTaged a G^eek veflel, under Venetian colours, .which tfae laS^cta.the.Levant with a cargo of fugar and ether merchandize. The"creft %t\ii- ^^"^^ihf&mv^' . / RofatlM*j/ 21'^ .Qagliqftro's trial Being finijhed, we (hall foon learn the true caufe of his imprifon-' ment. He will> we are allured, be condemned �to die'. . . ~ _ ^ From ih' LONDON GA^ETTgV ' ,,� , B\A 'N K KV T T$, i John Lowers* of Seacoal \me\ 'in trie city of Lqp'f6rV �vi�n*t$feT;� ft'fitfenAr Jjine i% at TiVe, and July 3, 47, at tMf-'K ^it'itihil), ~�on'cfoV� "Attorney, � Mt. S catch aid, %PariWh*!ljf3te� OoSjrs coaimcns. 1, . Annt Maria Birtles, of St. jw��V,ftrtet,''^eftthiii�'lfrr� and July 17, a*t"ten'| at Guildhall, London, "At--torAey, M'r.*Hu�t�y, OUBWd-ftr-et. Richard Sabitier, �f Shfptonc Mallet, Srmne'rfetffi'i�, � ktfN*V4$%iti�i&f JAi *9t joi Ja'y *l% � eleven, � iuM Pelkari Ian, in'Br'iftol. Attomtrs, MetF. IVTor^n' 1^rl?*k�a In fhrtftdl', iof*telfrf|tn aiid M^rcdithy No. r 5, K^B^i�as Forward) �fr?^Bck)a^d St. Mary, Snmrr(e/h:re,. iSMVw'd deJJet in ^.ow"| Vo forrender June 19, jo,. �nd July �> �7i a^.ekjr^iu the S*'*ft Inn, in llmkfct, Somcrfetftire,' 'Ai%*rie>,Jfiflr. John-Sinter, ^f'NeW Inn, Londorfi or Mr. jtfh*>8lif, In Ilrainfter. ' \ rTnOrrtal Uarriogtoir, of Dulce's-ttjuft, iri the�pari/h of St. Mahin \i the Fields, Middlefex,' caylor j 'to fuuender July ji i�; ��d dt ten, at feuiHfiilli Lbhddrj;' A'ttotney,-Mrfc Owen^ VUReii-1Rbe-i -Straiid. . " , . V ': . RoWt CMfa, of'BafdwiBS gatdiern, in \htyir\ii jff St. Andi**! HolWn, ^jiddfefet, Vriftttaller] to fiirren tr Jtihe^ U, tji �t�W, an� julyifi at ten>� itTDliifdMHi' Loodvo.; Attorifieyi 4|iV�'F�ihB tldSirb c�J4rt,,bV*y>Afl>n'i '''' Q* rge.Wim, 6f tJkfehi raat^i Middlefeif hirer) to : fair'nder Jiirt at fiv�, 50, 'and Ji
B^�. within the Liberty of Wcflnvnfcr, Middle/cjt, viftualleJ-} jiily 3^ at ten, ac Guildhall, Londoq* Wfllitm England, cf Djjv*tch,. Sorry, coal-merchant; iWov. j,'at ten, at Guildliall, London. Anthony Crsafe, of Fluffing, within the parilh of Milor, Csrnwiil, marin:r ; on or before July 6.' Certificates to bt granted. Johi Barlow, now or late of Otford-ftreetj Tn the patifliof St. Mayle-bonne, MiJdlefc*, horfe-dealer ; on or before ...... . .. .......... 1 Wiiliai Proud, late of Martin'^-lane, Csnnon-ftreet, London wirje-merchant; on or before July 6. S H I P - N E W S, T Deal, June 14. Wind'S. E. Arrived, and failed for the River, with his Majefty's (hips Jupiter and Maidftone, and General Goddard, Foxill, from Bengal, tbf Duchefs of Cumberland, Brown, *from< Opflrtov- Ca�e down and failed his Majefty's (hip Director.' Remain in the, Downs the Affrea frigate, Wafp floop, and Swift pilot. LONDON. Soon after midnight, between Monday and yef-. tcrday, Mr. Bafilico, the long-expefted meffen-ger from Spain, arrived at the Duke of Leeds's France is allowing Proteftants to vote at the election of Biftipps. The territorial claims of Fruffia upb?i folarid have given birth to a tedious cprrefpondence between the refpeclive : Sovereigns. In rfply to a letter of remonftrance from the latter, his Ma-jefty of Pruftia' ftates that the city 6'f Dantzic, \ bejng who'ly furrounded by the territories, has , Tymed^an injurious monopoly, of. ihe commerce 1 "oT the Viftul*.. Pie then propofes that tlie Sovereignty of Dantzic and Thorn fhall be transferred ; to him, and that in return 'he will relieve the Poles frsm the .twelve per cent, duties en the Viftuja ! To (thefe p'ropofals there is little doub^ but that the former muft accede: it is a conteft between, equity and power. - -Eis- HeUnefs the Pope his ifliied orders for a Jubilee to- take place at Rome the day after Peti-tecoft, t9 Jcqhtfnae for eight days, for the pur-Hofe bf impTofing the afliltance of Heaven tb re-Jbpr� x dejfQtifa find tyranny, and the exorbitant privileges "of the Clergy, throughout the Christian world. .Sunday evening died at his houfe in Portman-fquare; his Excellency thd Count de Lucchefi, "TOWyTxtTaorSTharyTrorii the' King of Naples to ; wi% that writs hTaing out df the Palace Court' mky be�feecu1ted withfh the Vitrg-e;^without leave' of the Board of Green Cloth; when the King's fervants' are'nbt parties ; King Charles the lid. having given up the privilege by the patent *f' creation of that Court r not that writs bHt bf silly other Court mhy be executed without leavd. Yefterday.the Cdart cf Kibg's Bench made the-rule abfolute for an information agatnft Mr.-Newman, for refufing to take, the Sacrament previous to his'FJle&ioh to the pfEce of Bailiff of Stocfebridge. JVtr; Er&ine faid, no poiEble defence could be jnad^againd^hi�4nfoiTOation)r' as-* he was armed with $ /pofjtjve ;ftatute, -which it was impoffible? for any ingerraity to furmount, ^ The city .ufChefter has lately been honoured with the appearance^of a frtpbet.-*-The conver-fation and behaviour of this man oyerftcp the ufiial bputtds of eccentricity :--he fays, tht'Mil-leninm comaienced five years ago, and that he foretold it feveral years before; the Meffiah, he declares, is now at Lambeth; by whom he is appointed a miflionary. � He fays, he has given up a place in the Guftoms of 500I. per ann, to embrace this more profitable appointment. He ha* with him feveral nrinted polling bills, which he leaves at public places, by way of proclamation. Several letters have been put into the poft-office .by him, directed, � For the Meffiah, Lambeth." It is extraordinary that the-converfetion of this man, on every other frbject, evinces a hrghly rational and -well-informed mind, an/iched with a knowledge of feveral of the livipg languages;- but, alas I touch (his his favourite firing, hew-,ever flightly, and his mental faculties immediately Iofe.their harmony, get out of tune, and fall into difcord and derangement. His appearance-is decent, and refpeclable. On Friday, laft a young woman, about 18 years of age, drowned, herfelf in the New River near Amwell; the caufe.of which is attributed to dif-apppintet^love.-^Her residence was at Bow, where a bargeman had kept company with her for three or four years, during which time it may be fup-pofed that he had given her reafon to b:licve lie would marry her. - Having lately removed to Ware, the poor girl followed hirrii and finding to her furpiife that he was already marriedi (he was fo much affected, as to be driven into the commiffion of the horrid act of fuicide.-Let this be a warning to young men not to make pro-mifes to unfufpe&ing females, without a ferious purpofe of fulfilling their engagements. MARRIED.] Yefterday, at Marybone church, Edward Lockvvood Percival, Efq; fon of the Rev. Edward LockwoOd, to Mifs Manners Sutton, daughter of the late Right Hon. Lord George Manners Sutton. - At Bath, William Mullins, Efq; of Burnham, in the county of Kerry, to Mifs Sage, only daughter and heirefs of Ifaac Sage, Efq; of Bolton-ftreet, London, late Governor of Patna, in the Eaft-Indies. DIED.] On Thurfday laft, the 10th inftant, fuddenly, Mifs Elizabeth Mary Compart, in the Z2d year of her age, at her uncle's and late guardian's houfe, James Vere, Efq; of Kenfing-tbri-gore. - On Sunday morning, Mr. Edward Smith, merchant, of Fen-court, Fenchurch-ftreet. His death was occafvoned by a fall from his horfe which happened on Saturday.-On Monday, Mr. Edward Knight, whdlefale ironmonger, Queen-ftV&'f, Cheapfide. PARLIAMENTARY REFORM. - AT a General Meeting of the Friends to a Parliamentary Reform, held at. the Crown and Anchjr, on Wed:>efd:iy the 19th nf May, '790, CAPEL LOFFT, Efqj in the Chair, It wa�xrefolved unantmoufly, " That ap extraerdinaTy Genenl Meetirg ihould be Called within-EiglitTJays .ifter.the*pHio!ution of Parliament." Agreeable to the above Resolution, 'all real Friends to that Meafurft are earneftly resetted to attend at Seven o'Clo.k on Friday Evening next, at the LTndon Tavern. DANIE-L AD A VIS BENJAMIN COOPBRj Secretaries. To the Gentlemen, -Clergy',: and Freeholders of fie Comity of SURREY. Gentlewien, HAVING had the Honour of being one of your Reprfferta-'v -s in t'le t'nr.e la "V P irliarr.eats, permit tai tooSW mjfeit a Candidate to .reprefent y^u in the text, and to fol't't your Votes at.d jntexeit on the Day of Eje'Oio-. 'if the Difchargs i>f t'ormer Duties with Integrity and Af-(iduity a Joi-Js the be:t Grounds for future Confidencf, I truft my pad,Ct> ihici w?J fecure me a Ccnqinttanre of your Support!; Aila .v me to ail\ire y.-.-u, that it shall the iVide of my Life to delct-v Clergy, ^nd Freeholders of the County of BUCKS. HAVING fo ofcen had the Honour of repre-fentlng you in Parliament, and being encouraged by-my, refpeiflable and numerous Friends in every Part, to offer myfelf a Candidate ac this TJrne,;! have Reafon to hope, that he Tender of my Setvi.ces will meet with ysur Approbation. ,, � j . - � My warmeft Gratitude and Thapjts are due for the repeated and lingular Faveura I have reaeived j and your Sup-pert, at this Time* and -early Attendance on the Day ,of Eleftioh, will lay rat under new Obligations, which I iEall be happy it all Tines to acknowledge, and endeavour to repay; by a cot^ftamt Attention to the lnterelts of the Country, and of this County in particular. [ 1553 I have the Honour to be, Gentlemen, . . Your rrwft devoted and obedient humble Servant, Jure 11, 1750-- VERNEY. *4* The^ledion is fixed for Tuefday the aid Inftaut. To the Worthy and Independent Freemen of the City of COVENTRY. Gentlemen, IMPRESSED with the fame Sentiments and Principles that fitft induced us to offer ourfelves to ytur Choice at the laft Election, we now prcfuu e ro folic'tt the Honour of your Support at the approaching Election of Members to reprefent the City of Coventry in Parliament; and we beg Leave to refer td our paft Conducl as the fureft Teft pf our Zeal to promote 'the Welfare and Profperity of this ancient and refpc&able City, as well as the genetal Intereft of the Empire at large. > When Unanimity has prevailed among thofe whom we had the Honour to reprefent in any Meafures tiiat aft'eded their local Intexefts, we are happy in the Refltiiion that our earned Endeavours have been invariably crowned with Succefs; when a Difference of Opinion has prevailed, we have thought it our Duty to bring the fubjecT: before Parliament, and to fubmit it to their Judgment. We claim no other Merit than that of difchar^ing our Duty with Zeal and fidelitv, and of adhering to thofe Afla-rances we gave you at the Clofe of the lalt Election, namely, that, both from Duty and Inclination, we ihould hold ourfelves alike open to the Application and attentive to the Wi&es of ALL ourConfthuents. We truft thac this Conduct has enfured us your Approbation, and that we /hall receive the mod certain, as well as the moft pleaGng, Proof of ir, by b * g honoured with your Suffrages on the prefent Occafion. Weare, GeaUemen, -with the g'eateft. Refpefl, , Your moft faithful atd mort obecient Servjhcs, London, June n, 1790^ EARDLEV. :fa6] JOHN Wi LMOT, To the Eleftors of BEDFORD. " Gentlemen, ENCOURAGED by the great Succefr I have hithe t.) met with n at Bedford, which is fixed for Sa;uiday next, the 1-9 h lnft nc. 1 have the Honour to be, Gentlemen, wi h greu R fp-cl, Yonrmoil obedieut and faitlrful humble Servant, l r-feit an Honour fo h'ghly value.', aa- folong enioy-d ; and ti.at you wAl :id another Oo:igaiion to tiiofe already received b*', G20tl>njen, Your faithful and cevoted humble Servar"-, . Grofvenor Place, UPPER OSSORY. June 1:, 179c. f i4v4 To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and .Freeholders cf the County of BEDFORD. Genelemer-, THE Parliament having been difTolved, I take the earlier! Opportunity to folicit your Support at the enfu-ng Election. if I mould have the Hon- ur cf reprefenting you, I flail endeavour to merit the C nt nuat.ee of your gi*.d Cpi ion, by a ftridt Attention to the Duties of fo impotant a Ttuft. , I have the. Honour '0 be, With the greati ft Refp.dt and Gratitude, Gentlemen, Your faithful and obeditr.t humble Servant, Portugal.ftnet, ST. A. ST. fOHN. June iz, 1790. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County cf LINCOLN. Cent'emen, ENCOURAGED by the favourable Accept-a; ce of our former Ende.vjurs to exccu'.e the i.^p -runt Truft which your Indulgence rrp .fed in us, v.e take trie Liberty w (olioit the Continuance of your -Counrenance and Support at the e lu'ng Election f r this County, If I ih.uld be fo f rtunste ds t.. ob'ain a ftcond Time that highly flattering and dutingiaftieJ Sstat.on of rvpret'enting y.-.u in Pailiafhent, you may be allured, thar ny Conduct '(hall c .ntinue to be jjert'eftly Q;liui,creftcd, and that I fliul e,;cesvour to promote tl e particular Advantage of this County by*veiy Enertiou in my.Po.vei. I huvc the Honour to be, Gentlemen, Your moft obiged,-faithful, And, client humble Servant,' F. J. BROWNE. Frampton, June 15, 1790. ('55* BOROUGH cf CRICKLADE. IT being the general Wifh of the Electors of this Borough and the Hundreds annexed, that a Meeting mould be held in erdef to confider of proper Peifons to repre� fent chem in the tfnfuing Parliament t [ j 509 This is therefore to give NOTICE, That a Meeting will be held, for that Purpofe, at the Caftle Inn, Marlborough, on Saturd?y the 19th Inftant, at Eleven o'Clock precifdy. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, Freeholders, and other Electors, of the Borough of CRICKLADE, md the Hundreds of H1CHWORTH, CRICKLADE, STAPLE, KiNGSBRlDGE, and MALMSBUKY. HAVING already, by an Adyertifement, declared our Intentions of offering ourfelves as joint . Candidates to reprefent you in the next Parliament, we ate encouraged, by the favourable Manner in which that DecUra-tion was received, to perfevere in our Intentions, and to re-queft the Honour of your Support at the enfuing Election, which will take Place in a few Days, in confequence of Parliament having been this Day difTolved. Should we have the Honour to be re defied, we mall confider fuch a Mark of your Attachment as an additional Obligation on us to be active in promoting the general Praf-ferity of the Nation, and the particular Interefts, of our Con-Itituents. We have the ho murto be, Gentlemen, " . Your much obliged and obedient Servants, J. WALKiiR HENEAGE, THOMAS ESTCOURT. London, nthjune, 1790. - ['510 To the Worthy and ReTpeftable Freemen of the Borough of PLYMOUTH. Gentlem'n, THE Parliament being this Day dif&lved, I again beg Leave to offer myfeU a Candidate for ihs Honour of reprefenting you in the enfuing Parliament. I am flatteied by your Afl'urances that mv Conduc^ivas. hitherto met with the Approbation of my Conftituents; and U is upon this Ground that 1 nm eac�uraged, by a very refpedt-able Number of my Friends, to folicit the Favour of your Vores and lntereft up in the prefent Occafion. If, Cen.lemt!:, I lhould_agai.� be f� fortunate as to obtain your Suffrages and Support on the D;y of Election, I ihail endeavour, to the utmoft of my Ab li ties, to difcharge the Truft you mayrepc.fe in me with Honefty and Fidelity; and I /hall always confider it my Duty to pro note, as far as I a,no, able, the Interefts and Welfare of the Country in general, and the Borough '>f Plymouth in particular. . It is my Intention, to wait upon you f.erfonally akfopn �� poffible; in the mean Time'I have the Honour tiremauj* with great RefpecV, ! Gentlemen, Your moft obedient and faithful humble Servant, 'Admiralty, 11th June, 1790 A. CARDK5&,
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