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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 24, 1790, London, Middlesex ( L O N DO N. ) Price Three-Pence Halfpenny. From THURSDAY, June 24, to SATURDA Y, June 26, 1790. 8849. FRIpAY, June 25. Teflerday arrived the Mail from France. Copenhagen, May z$. Sude regn Slefwick- The ftip which the Duke of rmania was at the attack on Revel has been ^O^^i^.-r. V.3f fo mal-treated, (he is gone tc H*ngoe to repair. Ftankfort, June 5, We learn from Erfort, that on the 28th of laft month they had a violent florin in that city and its environs; the lightning fell in many places, and amongft others on the powder magazine oir' Peterfbourg, which blew up With a terrible explofion. The heavy rains which fell at the fame time did great mifchief at Bichle-den, Daberited, And Melchendorf". Hague, June 10. The Englilh AmfcafTadcr has claimed of the States General, in the name of his Court* the fuccours ftipulated in the Treaty of Alliance fab/hting between Great Britain and the United Provinces. Their High Mightineffes have in confequence ordered fix ihips of the line to be armed, befides the foar Ihips of the line deftined for the Baltic fea. COUNTRY NEWS. Cambridge, June 23. The piizes of fifteen guineas each, given yearly, by the Right Hon. William Pittj and the Right Hon. JLord Eu'lon, the Members for the Univerfity, to thofe Bachelors of Arts who (hall compofe the bed exercifes in Latin prof-, are this year adjudged to the following gentlemen : Senior Bachelors. Mr. Heberden, of St. Jo.n's College. Mr. Whifliaw, of Trinity College. Middle Bachelors. Mr. Keys, of Trinity College. Mr. Thornton, of Pejsbroke-Hail. Mr. Thorp, of Peter-'Houfe. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucelter arrived 011 Monday evening, at the Matter's Lodg, at Trinity College, on a vifit to his (on Prince William. The Rev. Edward Wallby, B. D. Preceptor to his Royal Highnefs Prince William Frederick, of Trinity College, \va& this day created Doctor in Divinity. Plymoutb, "Juke "22. 'Laft Saturday night an Admiralty exprefs was received by the Com-mijlioner and Admiralty at this port, to proceed With the greateft difpatch in equipping the four following (hips now in commiilion, viz. Royal Sovereign, Royal George, Gibraltar, and Hannibal. It is fuppofed, from the vigorous exertions now made ufe of, that they will be ready for fea in ten days, as they are at thi: time nearly all rigged. s' h i p - n K W s. Veal, Juitt 23. Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed for the River, his Majefty's (hip Juno; Brothers, Biown, from Lifbon ; the Neptune, Cambridge, from Leghorn ; and NafTau, Tier-rty, from Smyrna for Stangate-Creek. Arrived the Earl of Mansfield, Hepworth, from China, and remains with the Adventure man of war, Swift pilot, and Olive-Bianch, Edmonds, for Gibraltar. Grave/end, June 23. Patted by the Peter and Margaret, Falconberg; Halfstiud, Hetletz ; Martha, Breek ; and Norman Lion, Ruif, from Norway ; Brothers, Nodding, and Britannia, Gow-land, from Memel ; Hamplhire, Burrows, from Jamaica; Dunkirk, Johnfon, from Dunkirk ; and Experience, Geflin, from Rotterdam. LONDON. T/ieir Majeflies gave a private entertainment on Tuefday, to a fcleft party of the neighbouring Nobility at Windfor Lodge ; and in the afternoon their Majefties and the fix PrinCcdes walked, with their attendants, to the CaiUe, where they had a banquet. The Quesri's band of rhufic played under the canopy, during the Hay of the Royal family. Amongft the company jjrefent with their MajelHes were the Earls of Chefterfield, Courtown, Beaulieu, &c. Marchi-onefs of Bath, Counteffes of Courtown and Har-court, Lady Elizabeth WaUegrave, &c. Wednefday fome difpatches were received from Paris'; and with them fome private letters, from one of which the following is extracted : " We have at length every reafon to hope, that the present .differences between Spain and England will be accommodated; and we further have a probability, that the enfuing winter may be the fea-fon of a more exteniire negotiation, by which peace may be reftored to the other Powers of Europe." Mr. Dundas is not re-elefted for the city of Edinburgh, as was reported in the prints. He k now elected for the firft time. He was Member for the county of Edinburgh in the kit Parliament. His nephew, the Lord Advocate, is now candidate for the county. Return of Members for the New Parlia-. ment.-No. VIII. Bevuly. Sir James Pennyman, Bart, and J; Warton, Efq. -vice Sir Chrif. Sykes, Bart. ' Bewdley. W. LytteJton, Efq. Beijaiston. M- Metford, and Sir George Eeaumont, 'vice Hon. W. Fielding, and Charles Rainsfurd, Efq. Bridgnorth, 'i homas Whitmore, Efq; and Ii'aac Hawkins Browne, Efq. Buckinghamshire. Hon. W. W. Grenville, and Earl Verney, vice Sir J. Aubrey. Carnarvon. Lord Paget. Durham City. John Temped-, Efq; and W. H. Lamb-ton, Efq. Devizes. Right Hon. H. Addington, and Jofliua Smith, Efq; -v'.ce jir Jar.es T. Long, Bart. MiDiiuRST- Hon. Percy Charles Wyndham, and Hon. Charles Willi im W. ndham, vice Henry Drurnmond, Efq. and Edward Cotsford, Efq Pontefract. William Sotheran, Efq; and John Smith, �fq Preston. Sir Henry Houghton, and Gener.il Burgoyne. Scarborough, larl nf Tyrconneil, and Coicnel Phipps, �vice George Oiba'lJefton, Efq. Steyning. James Martin Lloyd, Efq; and Henry Howard, f fq; vice Hon. R Howard, and Sir J. HoneywooJ. Totniss. Vv". P Paulett, F fq; and Francis Butk-r YarJ, ifj; -vice Hon. H Phipps, and Vilcouuc Barnard. Westbirt ' amuel fcttwick, Efqj and tvan Law' Efq; �vice J�hn Maddccks, ' fq. _ St. Maw ts ir V. illiam Ycung, Bart and Col. Simcoe. 'reojnv- Jrr.es Stephenfon, Kfy; jnd Matthew Mon-ta0u, i fq. Pen p. yn Sir Francis Baffet, Bart, and - Glover, Efq. t Ives. William Praed, fq; and --Mills, Efq. Poole- Benjamin Lifter, Efq. -. co Colonel Stu.'rt ..... � � � 49 M. A. Taylcr, ' fq. - - Captain Kin^fmiil ' � �� 45 Dover. John i revanion, "Efq; and -Pybut, Efq; tiq; - Anderfon. �: fq; and -- Townihend, Ffq-A double return, -vice Humphry Minchen, i fq; and Lord Maiden. Letter* from Vienna fay, that though the preparations in Hungary announce the nearnefs of the coronation, many perfons think that ceremony cannot take place fo ioon on account (as they allcdge) of the difference o( opinion which dill reigns in many of the counties, both in regard to the rc-ellablilhment of certain privileges, and relative to the qudtions to be propofed to the new Sovereign previous to his coronation. The above letters add, that the precipitate armaments of England feem to caufe a lively fenfation there, though it is faid that their fole objeel is to provide againft any event w.^ich may happen, particularly againft the difpofilions of Spain. A gentleman, who has lately travelled over part of France and the Netherlands, remarks, that the molt Unking difference is obfervablc in the conducl of the French and Brabar.con Patriots. The former are firmly united i:i the caufe of true religion and equal liberty. Th- latter are actuated by the moft abject notions of bigotry and lupertlition, and are fo far from being united, that, at the time he left the country, tne moll violent animofities and jealoufies prevailed arrung the fubaltern officers, and even privates of the' army. Yefterday the purfer of the Warren Haftings brought the news to the India-houfe of her fafe arrival, and that he left her under weigh tor the River. There is a curious embarras in one of the Scotch counties, Sir Robert Sinclair claims the Peerage of Caithnefs, One party denies him to be a Peer, and another to be a Commoner. The conteft is fo near, that the election of more than one of the Sixteen Peers may depend on his vote as a Peer-and the election for the county of Caithnefs may be turned by his fingle vote as a freeholder. Aftonifhing preparations are making at Drog-heda, in Ireland, to celebrate the centenary of the battle of the Boyne, of July 1, 1690, when King William obtained a compleat victory, near that town, over James and the Irifh rebels. Every thing grand, applicable, and magnificent, is preparing for the ill of next month, to give the fpedlacle due inter-eft and attraction. The Lords of the Admiralty have put the Nemefis frigate of 28 guns into commiflion at Deptford, and appointed Capt. Ball to command her. The Pigou, Weft, late Sutton, from Philadelphia, arrived off the Ifle of Wight the zzA inft. after a paflage of 23 days from land to land. The Pigou fpoJie the Grand Duke from London for Virginia, 50 leagues eaft from Cape Hen-lopen with a fair wind; The Harmony, Willet, from India, arrived at Philadelphia the 23d of May. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Wilkinfon againji ibe Warden of the fleet Prifon. Yefterday was tried, before Lord Loughborough, an action to recover from the defendant a debt'of about 58I. for fuffering Mr. Ia:s}ues, a prifoner in his cuftody, to efcape, and be at large. It being proved, from the teilimony or Jacques himfelf, that he was at various places, both in town and country, a.t the time ftated in the plaintiff's declaration, a verdift was given againft the Warden. Yefterday at the final dofe of the poll at Guild-ha'L the nnmbers were, Aldermen Curtis 434$, Watfon, 41-01, Lewes 3747, Sawbridge 3586, Newnham 2670, Lord-Mayor. 1064; the four firft were therefore'elefted. Soon after the poll had clofed a Common Hall was held for the election of Sheriffs and other City Officers for the year enfuir-g, whea Mr. Alderman Macaulay and Richard Carr Glyn, *ifq; were chofen Sheriffs. Some oppofitL-n arifing to the re-eleclion of Mr. Alderman Wilkes to the office of Chamberlain, Mr. Alderman Clarke was nominated, and had a very refpe&able (hew of hands, though not equal to Mr. Wiikes. Mr. Alderman Clarke, in a neat fpeech, declined the demand of a poll, urging that nothing had come to his knowledge to the difparagement of Mr. Wilkss; but on any future occ.ii:on, fhould a ^-Vacancy happen, he would offer his frrvices to his fellow-citizens. The other ofiicers were then re-elected, and the hall broke up. At the clofe of the poll for Weftm'infter yefterday the numbers were, Mr. Fox 1277, Lord Hood 973, Mr. Home Tooke 336. At the clofe of the poll at Winchefter, for the county of Hants, on Wednefday laft, the numbers were, Sir William Heathcote 927, William Chute, Efq; 852, Lord John,Ruflell 555, Jer-voi.'e Clerke Jervoife, Efq; 516. The poll at Liverpool on Tuefday evening ftood as follows: For Lord Penrhyn 195, Mr. Gafcoyne 19D, Col. Tarleton 193. At the ciofe of the pod ow Monday, for the borough of Newcaillc under Line, the numbers were, for Sir A. Macdona'.d 179, Lord Gower 163, Mr. Fletcher ic6, Mr. Kyrneriley 89. The wheat of Suffolk an J Hertford Ihire has a good look, and is well fhot in ear; the rye had received a little damage from the violent rains, which it has recovered by the late fine weather. It is not expected that this year will be very productive in wall fruit. The peaches, nectarines, and apricots, received a blight, and are much damaged, from the early March winds. Remarkable injlance of fecundity in an old woman. -The wife of a labouring man in the town of, Rickmanfworth, in Hertford (hire, zgedffty, was lately delivered of three children at one birth ! The wound received by Counfellor Perry in a late duel in Ireland, is a matter of infinite wonder, even among the faculty; the ball entered at his right wri 1, and afcending along the bone of the arm, forced its way through the under jaw-bone, and out at the upper part of the right cheek. This is at leaft equal to the ftory of the double letter from Nortbamptonjhire in the School for Scandal. Yefterday fe'nnight fome thieves ftole out of the fhop of Mr. Henry Wilding, linen-draper, New Bond-ftreet, near 30 cotton gowns, and feveral articles in the drapery line. On Tuefday laft the Rev. John Scoolt, Curate of St. Olave's, Southwark, was admitted by the Rjev. the Vice-Chancellor of the Univcrfity of Oxford to the degree of Mailer of Arts. MARRIED.] Yefterday, at Fulham, Anthony Brough, Efq; of Clapham, to Mifs Avery, of Haminerfmith.-Yefterday fe'nnight, at Ditcheat, Somerfetfhire, farmer William Kingfton (the man without arms, of whom fo much hath been faid in the news-papers, magazines, Sic.) to Mifs"Elizabeth Elford, a young woman of a reputable family at Checnole, Dorfet. DIE D. ] On Monday fe'nnight, at Redlynch, near Bruton, the Countefs of Mchefter. Her death was occafioned by a violent cold and fever catight by walking in the park, and getting wet in her feet.-A few days fince, at Crewkerne, in an advanced age, James Hawkfley, Efq; Collector of Excife.-Friday, at Bath, Rob. Ellice, Efq; merchant," of London. Gentlemen may nowbefuppliedwith Mellor's famous Shotting guns and twisted-barrels, that are bored on his improved plan, as will bring down any Bird on the Wing at. 100 yards.the fhorteft of them will lhoot fmall fhot through a whole quire of paper at 90 yards, which will enable any Shoo'er with thefe Guns to kill his Bird at a much greater diftance, and with lefs recoil than guns in general. Anyperfon may fee them tried at Mellor's Manufactory, by White-chapel Turnpike, London; as being there removed for the convenience of an open field, &c. to try his Guns, and where he bores any found barrel for Two Guineas, to fhoot in the fame manner.-Note, No letters will be received as above but what are poft-paid. [ 1648 wamtmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmm' PRIVATE EDUCATION. THE Friends of young Perfons defigned for the Univerfity, the Profefli n�, or the ftiperior Lines ot Bufinefs, are informtd, that a Clergyman, accultorr.^d io conducl the fini/hing P�rt of Education, receives into his Houfe, wel! fituated near London, a limircd Number of Pupil j. They are treated liberally ; the Plan of their Jn-fhu&ion is fu.ted fo the Situation in Life for wrlkh tney ne intended, and uk � r^s advantages n''t ufually fouad in larger bcrii:nsries. The iewns wiU fuit only Perfons of Condition aim .'efpe&abilfty. Apply at Mell'rs Sikes, Snaith and Co. Ba:;k^rs, No. M nfj.jn Heule-ftieetj ur at Mr. Elmfi/s, Nu. S7, Strand. [1523 This Day tuets fublijked, By JOHN M i L L Is R, . At No. 10, Vjuthrll-Wa'k, Lamteth, Tre SECOND VOLUME of * " THE ILLUSTRATION of the LINNjEAN SYSTEM ; conta'n i-.ig t:.e Termi � Botanici of Linnaeus } illufliat-d by 711 Figures, any Noble-nan, Gentleman, or Lady. Can bring with h;m a Character t^a" w'Ubear t^e minuteft Inveftijtation, for Cjpaciry and Fiiltli:y, froin ffljny princjp.il Farmers in the County of Efikx. Any Pirfon wanting fuch an AfTiftant, will, ny directing a Letter, with the Particulars, f >r A. B. to be left at the ba-tacen's-Head Inn, in Aldg^te, be refpeftfully atttn'e;l u-. . ' DEVONSHIRE. To be LETT of SOLD, . Apd eitere on immediately, furn'ifhed or nnfurn'tne', rr-HE DWELLING - HOUSE called DUR- X YARD-LODGE, with the Gardens, Orfi ec> of the Country, The whole bft;te is abruit4j Acres. The H)uf m, and Drawing Room, fuitabie Bed-Rooms an.1 Of*, fices, with Stable and Coach-H >ufe. Thcreis slfo a pleafanc Phntatton, affording ihady Walks at the Bsclt of lbs Haule. The Tenant may be accommodated with any Q^ar.tity of Lmd either moTe or lefs than Acres. Fot viewi ig the PrertiilJ'ei, and treating for the fane, Application may be made to Mr. 5- Kingdon, of Exeter. Mr. K'n^don hath lTltPwife to Lett, a good Houfe, fituatrd two Miles md a Quarter from the City ot" Eieter, cnufiiUrg of two g'^od Parlours, a Withdrawing-Room, and. luitablc Bd-Rojms, a >ery good Kitchen, and Brewhoufe, with a Brewing and Wafhing Copper, and Grates in all the Oht*rr-nies, a good Stable,, and large Garden; Rent 251.- per Year. [ 16zo ELECTION for the County of KENT. Afbford, June 18, 1790. MR. Mariham, Sir Edward Knatchbull, and Mr. Honywood, Tn order to erpelite the Bufinefs of the Poll, and to guard a^aind Difpu'es which mi:ht ar fe ac the Tim�, having delegated uj with full Power for chat Pui-pofe, we have cooae to the following Refcluttons. That ihe Poll be taken upon PcnnendenHeath, and not aijotirrifd to any other Place. True the Candidjtes fhall not by themfelves, Agents, or Friend?, ertrtt any Booths or open any Pla�"e of Entertainment, either public or private, r.n the Heath, or within Haifa Mile of the Booth where the Poll (h>V be taken. That for the Purpofa of takingthe Poll, Fourteen Bootht fhall he ereftcd, one*"-fjr each Divifion of the Juftices ; the Name of the Lath containing fuch Divifi n, and of rhe Hundreds and Paiiihes comprifed in it w;ll be pointed on each Booth. Every Freeholder fhall poll at the Booth, whish is marked with the Kanae of the Divifion, Hundred, and Parift in which bis Freehold is (nutted. That the Candidates fliall not appoint any Council to attead on their Behalf. That each Condidate /hall have the Liberty of naming a Check. Clerk, and an tnfpe&or for each Booth. That each Candidate fliall a; point two Manages who flistl collr&ively adl for them and fupei intend the Bofinefs of the Poll. That the Infpeftors and Managers fliall receive Tickets from the Sheriff to admit them upon the Huftings, and they may each of than, .-ccafionally, appoint a Deputy by transferring their Tickets. That the lnfpectors may direcT: a Q^ery to be put to any Vote to which they fli
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