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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 22, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O  N   D   O ; N. ) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. From  TUESDAY,  June  22,  to  THURSDAY,  June 24,   1790. 8848 WEDNESDAY, June 23. from the LONDON GAZETTE. Dublin~Caftlej June 12. ^^>SB?^ETTERS Patent havc A been palled under the Great Seal of this kingdom, for translating the Right Rev. Father in God, Dr. George Lewis !j Jones, Biihop of Kilmore, --^        Jjk to the Bifhopric of Kil- w^^G&BwJ&i&A dare� t0 hoW the fame with the Deanry of Chrill Church, DubJin, in commendam, in the room of the Right Rev. Dr. Charles Jackfon, late Biihop of Kildare, and Dean of Cisrift Church, de- ceafed. Letters Patent have alfo been paffed for tranf lating the Right Rev. Father in God, Dr. William Fofter, Bithop of Cork and Rofs, to the Bifhopric of Kilmore. And Letters Patent have alfo been paffed for promoting the Reverend William Bennet, Dottor in Diviuity, tJ the Bifhoprick of Cork and Rofs. War-Office, June 22, 1790. OFFICERS" of Twelve Companies of INVALIDS, to be formed from the Out-Petitioners of Che fea H^fpital. To be CAPTAINS. Major James Stsvtnfm, from the Half-pay of Captain of the 6cth regiment. Major Bohyn Dougias, by exchange horn the Invalids at Jeifcy. taptain Rohert Lumfdaine, from therwlf-pay of the 43b regiment tf foot. Captain Stephen Watts, by exchange, from the Invalids a: J'rfry. Captain James Lowe, from tlie 60th regiment. #{<t Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Charter, Birtholomew-clofe. William Shepherd, of Kendal, Weftmorland, liquor-merchant; to furrender July 6, 7,, and Aug. 3, at two, at the W ol-pack Inn, in Kendal. Attorney, Mr. John Petty, of Kendal. fohto Mathews, of Stokefley, York/hire, fcrivener; to furrender Inly �6, 27, and Aug. 3, at teii, at the Black-Jwan, in Stokefley, Yorkfljirf. Atwrwy, Mr. John Pref-teo, is Stokefley. Dividends to be made. John Shaw, now or late of Sal ford, Lancaffjlre, innkeeper; July 15, a: three, at the King's-headT in Salford.   Final Dividend. Ldward Bridge, late of Bodvarry Forge, Fl'ntlhire, iron-mader; July 44, at eleven, at the Globe Tavern, in Liverpool.   Final Dividend. William Good all the yonnger, now or late of Wakefield, York&ire, merchant; July a6, at ten, at the Aimitage's-arms� in Clifton u:on Calder. t Divide/ids tidjs&rned. Jajmes Weft, of Caftle ftrerr, in the pariu of Sr. Gilrs in the "Fields, MUdlefex, btoker; June y, at eleveD, at Guildhall, Ltfr-.don. John Lang ton, of the parifli of St. Mary, Newingten, Surry, wax and tallow-chanclcr j Jul) z, at aleven, at Guildhall, I nndon. James De Drufina and James Clr-rk, of the city of London, merchants, (partners with Julius Conrad Kinder, late of the c'ty of London, but now or Lifb n, Portugal, merchant) tiadirg under ti.e fir.n of De I>rufi.ia, Riider, andClck; July 10, at ten, at Guildhall, London. 1 Certificate to be grante �'. Thonus Bulitian, Henry Bulman, and WHIiam Bulman, late of the prrilh of Kendall, We facrifi$ed at the altar of Hymen; Captain Stapleton is the happy man;        x Honour, truth, gratitude, fidelity, W, dijtn-terejlednsjs, integrity, fili molt of the columns of our news-papers. What might not the nation expect from'a Parliament compofed of an afferri-blage of thefe virtues ? A general election makes well for ribbon-weavers, Tis well as for innkeepers and publicans. It has been faid, that the expence to Government alone, for favours diflributed on this oc-cafion, is.rjpjivards o' 6o,oool. Perhaps a correfpondent may inform us, to what the whole expence of this one article airiountsi^bagliorjt the kingdom. A Chapter wiJJ be held fhortly of the Moft Noble Order of the Garter, to fill up the two ftalls vacant in St. George's Chapel; but it will be held in the Grand Council Chamber at St. James's, not at Windfor. Yefterday at Guildhall the poll flood as follows: Aid. Curtis 2015, Watfon 28*7, Lewes 2471, Sawbridge 2205, Newnham 2024, Lord-Mayor 649. For Weftminfter : Mr. Fox 967, Lord Hood 702, Mr. Home Tooke 256. It is the Honourable R. B. Jenkinfon,  fon of Lord Hawkefbury,  who is elected for Rye, in Suffex, inftead of   Mr.  Dickenfon,   and   net Mr. Jackfon, as ftated in all the lifts of Mc.:. bers returned to ferve in the enfuing Parliament. MARRIED.] On Monday laft, at Cumber, Berks, William Henry Beauchamp, Efq; third fon of the late Sir William Beauchamp Proctor, Bart, to Mifs Frances Davie, niece of Sir John Davie, Bart.-On the 15th inft. at St. Peter's, Carmarthen, Mr. Shelton Covell, to Mifs Hig-gon, late of Stanmore, Middlefex. DIED.] On Thurfday, at Nettleden, in the county of Bucks, Mrs. Thompfon, wife of John Thompson, Efq.-Yefterday, at his houfe in .Staining-lane, Wood-ftreet, Mr. Charles Riving-ton, many years an eminent printer there.-The fame day, at his Jumfe in Throgmorton-ftreet, Mr. JiOhn Franklin, furgcon. TURNERS, PAPER-HANGING MANUFACTURERS, No. 13,  Cornhill, nearly oppofite the Royal  Exchange, HAVE the Honour to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and Public, that they have completed an ex-tenlive Aflbrrment of new Paper-hangings for the prefent Summer, which they beg Leave to recommend to their Attention, and flatlet tbemfelves t at the Variety of Patterns and Neatnefs of Execution will be found worthy of Notice. They alfo fit up Drawing.Rooms in a new and much-admired Style, with PanneU, &c. producing the Eft'eft of rich ornamental Painting, Specimens of which may befeen, and execute every Blanch of the Bufinefr, in Town or Country, on the beft Terms. Merchants and Captains fuppl'ed with Papers for Etp-trta-tinh at the fhorc Prices ; and Orders fntn the Country immediately completed, on Reference for Payment being made '.a Towe, ('543 ALL Perfons that ftarid indebted to the Eftate of the late Mr. EDWARD KNIGHT, of Q^e - Strter, Sailers Iranmor.ger, are fonnwiih le-jurfted t>.' ir. the Dt-bti to John Kutier, of Love. I.ane, his Ex<.*c-iMr j a '<,    the more rx-p fed H.\tn of l-.'iicaiht   at ;i r-^hlic f.ihi.ol. W"~ANTS a PRECEPTOR to inftrirft one. .wo, or more young Gentlemen at Hvn.t, a t-LV: R-GYMaN, who has b.'en in lor� Habits or" ;h.i E ;ploy-men', may he beard of by Ap; licaxi.iri to Mr. C.irie!', Bi'k � filler, in the Strand, wh"1 can, himfclf, ipe^kto the Litera.y Abilities of the A.lver'.iler, an fdwicke-FieM, in the Occupation of � �� Houghton, o: Wilfmere Park, as Tenant at'Will, at fo low a Rent as tal. per Ann. Inquire of tfie fid Ienant; or of Mi# Bridges, Serle-ftreet, Lincoln's Inn Fields, Lnntrm. f'47J OXPORDSHIRE. CHURCH PR Ef ERM t n T. To be SOLD, THE NEXT PRESENTATION to a RECTORY of the Annual Value of 3eo'l. and upwards. Th; prefent Incumbent is upwirdt of^.Ssventy Years of Age. The Living is in a p'eafant Village about Twelve Miles Soiith of Qiford. . � For Particulars inquire of Mr. LtMrndes^.ReJ-'lion-fquare) London. ^>S44r CORNWALL. FINE SILVERY LEAD-ORE. T9 be SOLD, by Private Contract THE Qne Eighth Part in the very rich and promifing   LEAD   MlftE in (iornwall calkJ WHEAL-POOL. The Ore is raifed in great Abundance, and it yields from 3c to 50 Ounces of Silver in a Ton, and is alfo very rich for L"ad. The Purchafer will have ih* #Hvintage of tal�i"g out his Pr /^rtioa of the Ores, at the Mine, to dfyofe of as he thirtjes fi-. ' Apply to MeflVs. T. and M. Crylls> at Helfton, Cornwall. _[ '474^ HOUSE near the LAKES to be LETT. To be LETT* And entered upon 1" jvi ;cnjelmas nex". A  Modern-built HOUSK,  (fituated. . r T~*,- XjL VERSTON, U;..lhf.') fit for rh-.- ' c ) m ..�t...n of a large Family; wirh Staples, Caacn ji .liV, a. j ali^r-garden, waled and planted with Vnrwtv ^f the en-. ;.vit Fruits. Ulverfton is fituated in a fporting Coun'.ry (a Pack, of Hounds are kept near the Town), baa a good Neighoourboc-d, and a cheap and excellent Market. For furtner Particulars inquire of Mr. William Fell, Ul-verlton, Mr. E,. K. Jones, No. 54, Mailt'Wne, London } or Mr. Edward Kendall, near Abergavenny. f'531 BUCKRAM MANUFACTORY. MAZE-POND, SOUTHWARK; And altheBuckram and Linen Warehoule, No. 3, Lombard-ftreet, near the Minfi n Houfe. 77 and H. LEDGER, Dyers and Buckram- J_. Manofaclurers tc the Hon. EAST INDIA COMPANY, big Leave to acquaint their Fri-ni's, that forth* Convenience or" then: Cuftomers they have lately opened the above Warehdofc '.n Lcmbard-ftreet, wherethey fell all Sorts, of Buckrams, Tilleti, Gl-izori Linens, Focketings, Bro�n Hollands, Bloe -n I all uthe Dye.: Linens, Book Coverings^ Brown and White Irifli, and Scotcl-. Linens, &c. ice. E. and H. Ledger having been eftabliihe J in the above Manufactory near Twenty Years (ind being thconly Perfons irt London wh� mmufaAure and fell the above Art ties) fljt;er thcxnjelves it is in their Power tofupply iheir Friem s on the beft Terms, which will always be done with Punctuality and Difpatch.  ' N. B. Ready Money for Coliar-makert, Glovers, and all other Leather Shreds, except thofedrefled in Oil.   ['4^3 To be  SOLD, by  AUCTION, By Order of the Affig^ee* of James Walker, late of tie City of Briftol, Salt Merchant, Dealer and Chapman, a Bankrupt, at the George Inn in Droitwich, in the County of Worcefler, on Monday the i�rh Day of July next, between the Hours of Three and S� of the Clock in the Afternoon of the fame Day, fubjed to fuch Condition* of Sale an, {hail be then and there produced, AMESSUAGE and SALT WORKS, confining of four Pans lor making Salt, wirh a convenient Yard and all Buildings neceffary for carrying on the Snlt Trade, fituate at or near to a Place called Frog-Lane, in the Parifli of St. Peter, in Droitwich aforefaid, on the Bbnlc; of the Canal there, and fete in the Pofie&on of the faid James Walker. Thtre is a Pit of Brine on the Spot, whieh is infeior to none in Droitwich, for making Salt, and the Works are (he moft complete there. The Pretmffcs are Freehold ; and may be viewed, on Application fgf thai. Purpote. For further' Particulars apply to Meff. Roberts and Baker, in Bewdley, Woreeftcrlhire. (144S   

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