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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 19, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ,5r* : ( L   O   N   DO   N. ) 1 .Frice ThxwdNinc* Halfpenny. From  SATURDAY,  June  19,   to  T U E SDA Y,  June  22, . 1790. �' MONDAY,. June'2i. V^rLONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, Jfne 19. hy0r( t itiJii  A HE King has been pleafed to granf the dignity of a Baron of the kingdom of Great-Britain to,the fe-veral Noblemen and Gentlemen   following,   and -^^�sCJ/|^^X ^"/i^ refpe&ive bodies lawfully ^M^^/^A/'!'>^A'fd:-\ begotten,' by the names, C^O^^j^^u'v^-' ^es ancj tities undermentioned, viz. The Right Honorable Arthur Earl of Donegall, of the kingdom of Ireland, Baron Filherwick, of Fifherwick in the county of Stafford. The Right Hon. James Earl of Fife, of the kingdom of Ireland, Baron of Fife, of Fife hi the county of Fife. t^The Right Hon. James Bucknall Grimflon, Vifcount Grimflon, of the kingdom of Ireland, Baron Verulam, of A|rham.bury in the county o'" Hertford. The Right Hon, Confla.-nine John Lord Mul-grave, of trie kingdom of Ireland, Baron Mul-grave, of Mulgravc in the county of York. Archibald Douglas, Efquire, Baron Douglas, of Douglas in the county of Lanerk ; and Edwin Lafcellcs, Efquire, Baron HarewooJ, of Harewood in the county of York. Whitehall, June 19. The King has been pleafed to grant to Ifaac Field, of Moorhonfe Hill, in the parifh of Hefkctt in the Forcft, in the county of Cumberland, Efq; and his iifue, his royal licence and authority to take the fiji name and hear the arms of Parker only, in pursuance of the lait will of his late maternal groat uncle William Parker, late of Mourhoufe n'rl aforefiid, Efq; deceafed ; fuch arms being hvA duly exemplified according to the laws of n,rms, and recorded in. the Heralds Oihce; and �\\io to order that this his Majeity's concefiion ynd declaration be regiiiered in his College of Arms. The Lord Chancellor hr.s appointed William I)awfon, the younger, of Wakefield in the county of York, Gentleman, to he a Mailer Extraordinary iu the High Court of Chancery. Commit/tens in the Denbighfhire Militia, fgned by- the Lord-Lieutenant. Richard Henry Kenriclt, Efq; is appointed to be C�:'taia, �vice Charles Gartfide, Efq.   D ted Auguft j, T'lomas Snvt>>, Eftjj to be Adjutant, �ice Henry Allen, Efq.   Datrd March 14, 1-S9. Thimat Parry, lifq;  to be Lieutenant.    Dated June 6, J789. RETURNS of CO*N ind CHAIN. From June 7 to June iz� 1790. Q�*r- j pr-M I Avenge Price ters.  { j   per Quarter. Return of Members for the New Parliament.        '      ; K,Harwich.   The Right Honourable Thomas Ord, and John Robinfon, Efq; re-ele�t:ed. Sandwich.   Pailip Stephens, Efq^ re-elected. Sir Horace Marin, Bart, vice C. Brett, Efq; refigrved. Againir, Lord Parker. Lewes.   The Honourable Henry Pelham re-elected      154 Thomas FCempe, Efq. 14.9 Againft ' - Kelly, Junior, Efq. 83 Abingdon.   Edward Lovcden Lovcden, Efj; re-electeS. Banbury.  The Right Honourable Lord North, re-elected. Chichester City.    Thomas Steale^-Biq; and George White Thomas, Efq; reelected. Stafford.   R. B. Sheridan, Efq; re-elected 264 The Honourable E. Monclcton,   ditto. 2,64 Againft G. T. f'oner, Efq. B. Bon;  Hopkins, Efq. Horsham.   - Shelly, Efq. Barley - Beans - Malt - Oats - Peafe - Rye ~ Rape Seed �Wheit _ 4302 1805 44X7 iSz 146 2a WMfon Braddyll, Jorth, vice Lord Down. Winchester.   Henry Teuton, Efq; and Richard Gamon, junior, El\; re-cl-Qed. Wycombe.   Lord Wye.;.-n.be. 34, Sir John jarvis, JC. B. 26 Again.**. Mr. Datlv.vood. 22 N['.v Romney.   Sir Elijah Impey, i/ict John Hennikcr, Eiq.    Rici-.ard Jofeph Sullivan, �fq; re-eiect.d. Cot_chkS7er.   Robert Thornton, Elq. George Jackfon, Efq. Againft Gcorgs Ticrney, Efq. Sudbury,   j. C. Crefpigny, Elq; LL. D. J. C. Ilippiflcy, Efq; LL. D. Agajntr, \V. Smi h, Efq. J. Pa Jo    Eiq. Ya"m'out!;, NoRfouc,   Tile Hon. C. Townihend Hanry B^aut. y, Efq. Ag:ii;i(l .--Sonds, Efq. i�4 818 796 638 3S5 37 * 33s 6:0 4S0 4474 i 51163 10  4 BANKRUPTS. George Sni'tS, bte of Dean (Vreet, in the parifh cf St. /uin, ijnho, M'iddlefex, upholder; to furrcsdtr June 2Z, at five, and juiy 3, 31, at tfn, at Guildhall, London. At-"irncy, Mr. B^cO^, SoutSampton-ftreer, Co?eit-garden. Ja*ie� Ward, hw of the pjrifh cf BrougStrn, Lincoin-fr'rf, facking-manufacturer and fail clr-th-mrksr; tr> fur-r.-Vfr July a, and 31, at eleven, at the VMi;te lion l�r., "i GUmford Briggs, Lirtolnibiie. ' Atti>rney, Mr. Nicho1-f'-n, in Glamford Brfg^s, or Mr. Clariagtf, Craven iheet, Strand, l.ondnn. John Hovle, of OfWy, Yorkfhire, grocef; to fur'cder July 5, at fevdn, 6, at nmr, at Mr. John Birch1;,, innkeeper, i� Chftpe] Town, near Leeds, and 3;, at eleven, at Air. Richard Chipp'ndals's, innkeeper, at Bolton briJge, Yorttfltire. Attcrnies, Me(T. Wilfon and Smith, in Oiky, <;r MeiT. Allen, Furnival's i;;n, London. Samuel Smith, of the oarifn  , anrfjulyi, 31, at eleven, ar the Whitr lijn Inn, i:> f!ioad-ftieer,. in the city of tiriftol. At ornie-', Mefr, Parkers and Clarke, Britb'l. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, June iS. Wind E. Came dewn, and failed, the Lively, Ballard, for Seville, and Minerva, Wilfon, for Dublin. Arrived his Mayfly's fnip Adventure, and remains with the Allrea frigate, Scout ileep. Diligence and Swift Deal, June :g. Wind S. W. Sailed his^ffi^' jetty's fhip AMrea^for Chatham. Came down his JVIajeiry's fhip Scipio, and remains with the reft of the (hips as per laft. Grave/end, June 15. Paffed by the William-fon, Jofe, from Virginia. L   ON  D   O   N. Saturday their M^j^fri?5 and the Princeffes took a long ride in their carriages, and at half part tour returned to dinner at the Queen's Lodge, Windfor.' J Yeilerday morning their Majefties and the Princeffes attended divine fervice and heard a fermon in the Chapel Royal at Windfor, and in the evening the Royal family were on the Terrace. The Grand Fleet is expected to fail with the firfl fair wind, and they are undoubtedly bound to the weft ward. The public days ac St. James's this week are tne King's Levees on Wednefday and Friday. There will be no Drawing-room on Thutflay, on which account the Crne^n and Priuceffes will continue at Windfor. His Serene Highncfs the Duke of Orleans and the Earl of Eglington had audiences of their Royal Hip;hnefies the Prince of Wales, Dukes of York and Cumberland, yeilerday, at Carieton-houfe, and in the evening the Prince gave a grand dinner to the above, with a large party of their friends, at Kew. It has been often faid, that Spanifh meflengers travel more quickly than the Engliih. -Mr. Bafilico proved, at Icait, that they can travel as faft. Bafilico left Aranjuez, about thirty miles from Madrid, June 5th, at noon. He airived at Paris June 1 zth, at eight o'clock in the evening, and at London June 14th, at half paf eleven o'clock at night ; the diltance is upwards of 1300 miles, 700 of which he performed on horie-back. The Spanifh Courier was difpatcbed from Aranjuez twelve hours prior to the Englifh mef-fenger, on June 4th, at twelve o'clock at right. He reached Paris the 11th of June, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon; there that meflenger flopped, and another came on to London. 'The expenditure of the Britifh armaments amounted, on Friday laft, to one million one hundred and forty-,-ight tboufand pounds jltrling. The total produce of the revenue, under the heads of Cullomi, Excih.*, Stamps, and Incidents for the week ending on Friday laft, amounts to 340,941!. 195. 8vd. being 60,547!. is. lod. more than the corresponding week in the laft year. A draught of 170 men, from the 17th regiment, all the efrective men it contains, is ordered immediately on board the fleet at Portfmouth; and the 29th regiment is on the march to do duty in the room of tb/: 17th. Eleven other marching regiments are alfo under orders to hold themfelves iu readinefs to march for that place. At the clofe of the poll on Saturday, at Guildhall, the numbers flood as follow: Aldermen Curtis 1249, Watfon 12.41, Lewes 1038, Saw-bridge 9^9, Newnham 906, the Lord Mayor 305. ,    The Weflminfter Poll on Saturday was, Hon. C. J. Fox 731, Lord Hood 435, Mr. Tooke 96. The election for Stafford ended on Friday, after the moil; violent and tumultuous conteft ever bered in that often cortefted place, and in a complete vic\ory for the late Members. R. B. Sheridan, Efq;       -      264 Hon. Edward Monckton,      experig^e anbV'Rente "honour, upon condi.ion, that, during the fbleTnnity, \ his Majefty fliall kneel upon a portion of earth. ' brought from their territory. It is not expected that any bppofiti a will be made to the fuccefibr of Jofeph. . .' French NaiveH.-The Abbe Maury, a few days fince, having brut upon a vifit at Montrovgv, near Paris, hn.p ened to fall into conversation with an honeft cowntryman, and took notice of the mild winter, the favourable fpring, and all the appearances of a plentiful harvell. " Ah, any dear Sir," replied the peafant, " is it not very evident that thj good God is not an Arifto-crate." - On Friday t.'ght, at ten o'clock, as General L^ke and his ton were returnrng u town in their poft-chaife from "the election a: Aylefbury, they were flopped near the nvc-rrirb Hone by two footpads armed* the one with piftols-,. and the other with a cullais, <'-vho robbed them of five guineas, Tome "filver, a gold watch, and two bundi-es of cloftths. MARRIED ] On Wednefiky, at Bnth, Da Sik�, Snalth arid Cc. Bankers, No. 5* M.nRon Houftf'ftreet; or at Mr. ElmflyV,  No." 87, Strand. '? 1(^1.913 > . To the Geritletaen, Clergy, a"nd Freeholders of the County of NORTHAMPTd5f:      Gentlemen, ' ACCEl'T oiiTTOoft ijneere and cordial Acknoiv-led.�irient* ioi the-'HoBOur-you-ha^e this Day coaftrriedl o.i us. ..I?nuer-.�h4 Sa�i�ligiof Jjouttuianimous Concurrency in ou; : r Wednefday-the'ardlrrfiaut. ' .We are, -Gentlemen, .. Your riithipl aiid obffced humi/le Servant.':,   , THfi^AS yoWYS, * �   ,  � FRANCIS D1CK1NS.- Northampfon, June       1730. 'To the ^Gen^emen, Clergy, Yeomanrv, and ; Freehotders *f, the, Cpunty of KENT. Ger.tlemen, MONO* AY the 2$Xh of this Month being fixed for the County Election, I earnedly r?q :?\\ uie H*i' n,ur of your Votes xt the foU. Since' the Day of Nomini-tion ith�5 been then: ft 0>je4l of my Thoughts ro perfevf without a PolTibilicy of Milfonl^tudVion, in that Neutra j y by which alone the i'eaceof Uie Wefiera Divilion of thw County cojjld be preftrvtd. I have been entirely directed by your Sentiflieni* exprelTed on that Day, which tvery Tie of Honour and f?r*tkude c�Jted upon me implicitly to foijow. From UkC Moment that County Meeting was dilLAva t.'t have confidered myfelf aspltdgjd to \gu to fian.J the Pollyanjf 1 iball meet you ac that Pull with Cbearfulhcfs and Cdtjft-dene.'. � I remain Gentlemen, with thegrenteft Truth,   :^ Your rc.oA devoted-Jna gtatetul l,n ;.ble Seiv^nt, Th* Mote, ]um ;6, 1750. ;| � C. MARSH AM.' To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of MIDDLESEX. Gentle  3, my Abilities are for lb arduous a Skusrior,., yet Fidelity in] Irjte^rity ihall in fame Meafure compenfate. tna't CeSciency , and ty invariably purfuing that '. ine of Cou-ducl whi;'.^i' ju!>l/ recommendeJ my lJte Father to your Confidence, (hall b::ft imnifeft the Sincerity of. my Z?al for your� Ifitcrefts, and my unilterable Aftcction for,your S-rv;ce. And am, Gentlemen, Willi 5reat Truth, y.'ur faithful SerTant, Wrotham Park, GEjRGE RY.NO. ' June  1 a,   1793- f'694 If Mr. Byng tails in p�rforial Application to every Freeholder individually, he hopes it vv:ll not be imputed to Neglect or Want of Kefuedl, but to the true Cauft;, the Want of Opportunity and Lit, rmationr "AVING had the Honour of being one of yoar To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholde's of the County of BEDFORD. Gentlemen, THE diftinguifjied Mark of your Favour ionfened uponjne'by repeated Re-Eledions as one of your Re\refent3tives in Parliament, induces n>a^ wtth Confi-dente, to folicit it again up/jn the prefent Occafjon. 1 truil I fliill not find that I have given any Caufe to forfeit an Honour fb highly valued, and fojong enjoyed ; and that you will add aoother Obligation to thofe already received by, ,   Gentlemen, Your faithful ani devoted humble Servant, Grofvenor-Place, UPPER OSSORY. June 12,  1790. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the Couuty of BEDFORD. Geneletnen, THE Parliament having been difTolved, I take the earlieil Opportunity to -folicit your Support at the enfuing Eleftlon. If 1 fbould have the Honour of reprefent'ng you, I (hall �n ur to merit thr Cont nuince of your good Upir.ion, by a Ari�i Attept.on to the Duties of fo important a Truft. I have the Honour to b - of proper Pcrfins to be put ifi NemiriatJ�n to re-prefent this Cuunty in the enfuing Parliament. .[ 158*' SAMU.EL LONG.   ' Carlhaltnn, 17th June J">90. Sheriff'. To the Gentlemen, Clergy, "ancl Freeiiolders of the County of SURREY. Gentlemen, Hi Reprefentat'rves in tiie three la(t Parliaments, p;rmit me to offer myfelf a CanTWdate to reprefent you in the r.exc, and to folicit your ^Votes antf Inteieft on the Day of Ele&ioc. If the Difchafge of farmer Duties with Integrity and Af-fiduity affords the baft Grounds for future Conn ience, 1 truft my pair Conduct will f;cure me a Continuance of your Support. Allow me to allure ym, that it llul! be the Pride ot my Life to deferve your good Opinion^ and tj manifeil, on every Occasion, bow truly 1 am, Gentlenen, your devoted, And much obliged hurn'ole Servant, JOSLPH MAWBEY. Botley's, J^ne 12, 1790. [j.v12 SURREY. ~ AT a very numerous and relpeflable Meeting of the Freeholders of this County, h-IJ ;tt the Threc-Tuns Tav-irn, St. Margaret's Hill, Southwark, on Friday the .18th Rav of June, 1750, Sir ROBERT -CLAYTON, Bart, in the Chair, The following RefoJuc'ons were unanimously agreed to, viz. Refolved, That Lord William RufT�l), having uniformly difcharg-'d h.is, duty, in Parliasnent as a faithful and independent Reprefcurative for the County o Surrey, is juiliy intitled to the Appr:>ba'tiV>n and-Thanks of fiis Meeting. That Lord Williani Ruff 11 is a fit and pmper P?if>n to be p,:t in Nomination as a C'3ri r.tf Meeting to be h?(d at'F.pf'inon Friday njxt. That the freehjli'rs pr -fenr -.viil coileftiv.-i/ a-d iodi-vidually ufe their utmoif, Ex�rtidiis tu Secure his Lordlnjp's Re-EJ^ftion, 7"hat thefe ReLl'.:tion> he figned by the Chairman, and inierted in the public P?p^ri. ROiiERT CLAYTON, Ch�irrain. TIi.t the Thank* ot" this M�ti:,g be given co me Chair-aa-.i, il; hi, sanJi-i ani imjs3(t)ai C. r.auti. l�';03   

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