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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 26, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O N D" O N. ) P'tiot'thiee-Pence Halfpenny. From S AT URDAJ, Juke 26, to T U E S DA Y, June 29, 1790. 8850 MONDAY, June 28. /"raw LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, June 19. $gg His Pruflian Majefty fet out yefterday, and Count Hertzberg this morning, for Silefia. KETlTRNS of CORN and GRAIN. From June 14 to June 19, 1790. Are-age Price per Quarter. Barley �*- Beans - Malt - Oats �- JPeafa - Hye - Rape Seed Wheat - Quartet 1. �75r 93* 2011 8326 300 116. Price. 1. *�79 1161 834.1 481 bo- 17 A- 11 4 o 4 I. i 1 1 1 1 1 8. 3 4 'S o 12 It 12 d. 9 it o o 2 X 8 4487 1 11816 -1 4 S A N K R U P T S. r William Dicldr.fon, of Birmingham, War*ickfl>ire, dealer jSnd chapman ; to furrender July 5, 6, and Aug. 7, at three, at Johnfon's- Head, in Edmund-ftreet, Birmi^ham. Aitor-fcev, Mr, Shiwe, New Bridge ftreet, London, or Mr. John Xightwood, "Great Charles-ftree', Birmingham. Thomas Thoa-as, of Charing-crof., Middiefrx, linen-dra- Esr; Co furrender July 3, 10, and Aug. 7. at ten, atGuiid-all, London. Attorney, Mr. Bunn, No. 2, King's-bench .Walks, Temple. Jofeph FuffeU, of the city of Briftol, mafnn and buiMer; to furrender July 8, 9, an J Ang. 7, at e.'e�rn, at .he.Cuib Tavern, in Coin (heet, in the city of Biiftol. Atcornici, lMetT. Hughes and Anderfor.j in Briftol. Henry Ellicj late of Gld-ilrect, Middk-frx, hcffr-dealer; to furrender June 30, July 10, and Aug. 7, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Barnard, Aldermanburv FoAVm, Fo e ftieet. caftie- ft�et. Htftoni. ,.ftffr Cotent ,irde0, Middle- to furrender Jod. .9. >�p.^A^ Mr. Gatntld, John Walker, r.v woollen-draper; , at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, fongh.l.-ftreetv j?"*^,^ Kertford(llire, ^holder; to here, in the 8oth year of his-age, Count de Gurowfki, Grand Marfhal of Lithuania. He is fuccee,ded in the poll of Grand Marfhal by Coont Potocki, Marshal of the Court of -that Grand Duchy. r - -. -� -~~ S H I P - N E W S. Deal, June 25. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Simon Taylor, Watt, and Harriot, Dixon, from Jamaica; Lydia,-from Virginia ; and Britannia, Maxwell, from Malaga. Came down the Fly (loop, and remains with his Majefty's (hip Adventure ; Olive Branch, Ed-niond's for Gibraltar; Brothers, Pamp, for Antigua ; Prince William, Lewis, for Dublin; Union, Parr, from Mefllna, for orders ; and. Jafon, Main, from Leghorn for Petertburgh. Wind at South-Weft, blows hard. Dealt June 26. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Thames, Ward, and Atalanta, Ren-wick, from Jamaica ; London Packet, Coombs, from Malaga; and Defire, Anderfbn, from Honduras. Sailed the Fly, (loop, with the outward-bound as per laft ; Chance, Sparks, for Gibraltar, and Increafe, Palmer, for the Weil-Indies. Remain in the Downs the Adventure man of war; Diligence Pilot; Union, Parr, for orders; Burton, Bean, from Alicant, for Eliinore; Lord Pearfon, Tate, from Galipoly for Rotterdam; and Wakefield, Lundie, from Oporto for Hull. Wind at North-Weft. Grave/end, Juns 25. Pafled by, the Friend (hip Ellis, from Dunkirk; Pigou, Weft, from Philadelphia ; and Jenny, Coulfon, from Havre-de-Grace, LONDON./ Yefierday the Royal Family attended Divine Service as ufual in the private chapel at Windfor-caflle. In the evening their Majefties and the Princefles went to the apartments at the caftle, and from thence appeared on the Terrace. On Saturday hi? Grace the Duke of Leedi held a Council at his office, Whitehall, which was attended by the Lord Chancellor, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Secretaries of State, Firil i-ord tf the Admiralty, and Lord Hawkef-bury. The Council commenced at one, and broke up at five in the afternoon, when his Grace difpatchsd the refuk to the King; at Windfor. C A RM A R'THEN CIR C UI T. ..... marihen. Tuefday, John Grant, ttrendcr July '�� Go.ldhail, London. H'HtOQ. John Winn', late �ithinihe Lib of Chelhunt, 10, at Attorney, Mr. eleven, and Aug. at ten, at Aftiley> Charles fqune, Pembrokefhire. ford well. Cardiganshire. NORTH Jam-s Hryss, P/ierionethftiire. Carnarvonfnire Aug. 17> at Haver" rf ihe OH Scotch Ar-rs, Bed-fordbii-yi to'furrender Wit 10 Attorney, Robert B'UkJal ibew of Wcftminfler, .iaualler; 'o-l�.rena� a , st ten. at Guildhall, London. ^A^'G^^^-t, Bloomfcury. ~)wiatr.ds to be madi-e Morgan W.^b Webb. Diviatr.ds to be madi m and Beri Wh".f Bi.rhin^um, >Var*i:kfl-.ir*, lineh d.^-. at three, at the and co Hotel, in Temple row, jartnets; July 19, Birmingham. , Joleph Wood, of SLife-lane, In the Li1 erty of the Rolls, Middlefex, t.ijlor ; July 20, at ten, at Guildhall,. London Robert and timberfn Di3beth firmer, Birmingh-..... Dividends adjourned. Monday, Aug. 23, at Cardigan WALES CIRCUIT. Efqi an.l Tlyomas Potter, Efq. Tuefday, Aug. 3, at Dolgelley. Monday, Aug. 9, at Carnarvon. at Beaumaris. Ret�"!In of Me mb br* /or... the Nhw Parliament.--No.'X. HxHtrotb City. John Scudamore, Efiy and James Wal-wyn, Efq; re-ekaed. Leominster. Mr. Hunter - 303 - Mr. $av�ycr . . 247 Mr. Beckfwd �'. --rrr- 235 The two firft Vrere declared i^uly circled; but 24.Voters beSii| rejected for Mr. Belskford,* he petitions. WktfktY. Lord. Thomas Thy^nne, and "Sir John Scott, reelected. S' r Nottjicoham. Mr. SmitJi - 443 Mr. Coko " � 415 Captaio Jo^nfon -- 237 Norfolk. Sit John Wodehonfe, Bart, and T. W. Coke, E/q. Run ANBSHim. Mr. Heathcote and Mr. Edwards. Ilchestir. J. Harcourt^Efqj vice B. B. Hopkins, Efq; � Long Elq; vice George Sumner, Efq. \ BerkshIri. George Vanfittart, Efq: re-elcaed> and W. H, Hurtley, E%ws H. J. Pye, Efq. Leickstir. T. Boothby Parkyns, Efq; vice John Mac- pamara, Efq; and Charles Lorraine Smith, Efq; re-elefted. *#* In the Ret rfison Saturday, read, for Huntingdonjhlre, Huntbtgdon Borough* Hon Mr. Montagu, vice Sir W. Rawlinfon, i^nd Cap rain Willet Payne, re-ele�bed. A fhort tims fince a journeyman carpenter in the Borough fold a woman that he had cohabited with for five;years to a brother chip for half a guinea and a'gallon of porter. The man fet off with his purchafe, which turned ouc to be a very fortunate one, as the woman a few days after had a legacy left her of 1500I. by a de-ceafed relation in Shropshire. They were married laft Tuefday. DIED.] On Wednefday laft, at' Lord Weft-cote's, in Mortim�r-ftreet, Mrs. Fitzmaurioe, his Lordfhip's fifter.-Lately, at Cahir, in the county of Tipperary, Ireland, Dominick Trant, Efq; brother-in-law to the Lord Chancellor, and late Chairman of the Quarter-feffions of the county of Tipperary.-On Saturday evening, atHoxton, Mr. Samuel Fidoe. 20 years one of the Tellers at the Bank.-Yefterday, at his- houfe in White-friars, Mr. John-Lucas, coal-merchant. Monument - Yard, London. HIBBS refpe&fully informs the Nobility and Gentry, that his ORANGE SHRUBS are at this time in the higheft perfecTion pofiible.-Orders for any quantity, not lefs than two gallons, of either Rum-Shrub, or Brandy-Shrub, executed on the loweft ihoney terms. Cards of Prices may be had at the Ware-houfe. SilPA- ---- The SECOND VOLUME of r-pHE ILLUSTRATION of the ^ NN^AN " v . ' ' � , f .v; JUNE n, 1710. Borough pf BOSTON, m thcCountyof Lincolft. THE Office of Head Maffer of the Free Grammar-school of thist Borough being vacant, Notice iy hereby given, That fuch Gentlemen who* are defirous of being Candidates for the fame, are requeued to fend Teftjmonials of their clafltcal Abilities and moral Cbara&r to Mr. John Hill, Mayarof the faid Borough, on or before the 23*�C)ay of July next! Tb* ancient Salary is Twenty Pound? a ,Y car, but a further Sum of Eighty-Pounds will be annually djre&;d to be paid, by tW Erection Bailiff of the faid Borough, to the Mafter; fo l6hg as his Behaviour mall be approved of by the Mayor and 8fih� gefTes ; and it Is cxpecled that the Mafterih.au dedifiatt hi� whole Time to the Service of the Childr-n in the SchooL The Mayor and BurgefTes interfd toproceed to the Election at the Guildhall, on Monday the'26th Day of July next, st eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. The faid Mayor and BurgefTes propofe to ele�l aaUfher^ with a fuitable Salary, to be paid by them, as foon as it iliaU be thought neceffary, on the Application of the Head Mafbsr. By order, 1562] < THIRKILL, Town Clerk. BUCKRAM MANUFACTORY, MAZE-POND, SOUTHWARD; } And at the Buckram andLinen Warehoute, No. 3, Lotnbari-(ireet, near the Man (ion-Houfe. Eand H. LEDGER, Dyjers and Buckrattr-. Manutadturers to the Hon. EAST INDIA COMPANY, beg Leave to acquaint their Frienrir, that for lh� Convenience of their Cultcmers..they have lately opened the above Warehoufe in Lombard-ftreet, wheretbey feli all Sort* of Bucliraros, Tilletr, Glaied Linens, PocJcetings, Bro�n HoHands, Blue fn.1 all othe Dyed Linens, Book Coverings, Brown and White Irifb, and Scotch Linens, &c. &c. E. and H. Ledger having been eftablifhed in the above Ma* nufaclory near Twenty Years (and being the only Perfonsio London who manufacture and fell the above Art cles) flatter thLmfelves it is in their Power, to fupply their Friends c.n the � beft Terras, which will always be doij� widi Pucftuality and Difpatch. ' N. B. R^ady Woney for Cpllar-makers, Glovers, arid a) other Leather Shreds, except thofedrefled in Oil. [1463 \ A NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. To be SOLD, FREEHOLD CLOSE of between 18 aad 20 Acres, with' a Spinney thereto adjoining, fituate to, if not in, Hardwicke-Ficld, - Houghton, of Wilfmere Park, as Tenant at Will, at fo.iow a R�nt as til. per Ann. in Littk-Harrowden, near in the Occupation of Inquire of tie faid Tenant; or cf Mi. Bridges, Serle-ftrect, Lincoln's Inn-Fields, Loi^on., [�47i To be SOLD, fey AUCTION, By Order of the Alfigrees of James Walker, late of the Gity of Briftol, Salt Merchant, Dealer and ChapMan, �� Bankrupt, at the George Inn in Droitwich, in the County of Worcefter. bn Monday the larhD.W *f T.ri, n-rr. n�u,i ill�A*�d by 71a Fi^uies Hams'as hav. the Ch -r^er ot each the various Terms. nd alfo the Term } with the Ex- ilti.a 'wn o Tht Firft V. lun.e, to b- iad at the above Pi^ce Folio Edition of the Sex�l [1&41 Syftem, is' 1 W 10 at ten, at Guildhall, uanuo... r, ^'^jtjllw.n.itllJhir., carpe-.t.r 4r\lv. - ttlve, at the White-hat*, .. ^."Vffir.h.rn. Fi-I Dividend. licence to keep a i Oxford-ftrKt, Middtef-x, eleven, at GuUha", � ---- July 8, Linfay, I.'e cf B.rtholome.-makeri and copartners ; July 8, at e.e Thomas Buclthnd, of..................haber dafcc, bofier, and glover London. Samuel Hodgfon and John clofe, London, ven, at Guildhall, London. Timothy Heltonj Ute of Bedale, York/hire, flinpkeej�er j July 3, at tfn, at Guildhill, London. Final Dividend. . William .Kinthiii. ind Francis Kinman, of New flieet-in the city of London, iron-founders and e^parMers j at ten, at Guildhall, Lcndon. Certificates to be granted\ Abraham Roberts, late of Totpoint^ Cornwall, merchant, flafe partner with Samuel Groubr, deceaftd, by the firm of Grou.be and Roberts, of Plymouth, Devonshire, mer*hantsj on or before. July ,17. George Garratt, of Rennington, Surry, biker; on or before [uljr 17. Juhn Girling, lite of H.ilefwer-h, Suffolk, merchant; n or before July 17 fquare, July ic, Anglefea. Saturday, Aug. 14, at j The Candidates for fome of the country Bo� roughs undergo a pleafant fort of catcchiling- " Will you, if I vote for you, get a bridge built ?". " O yes, certainly ?" " Will you procure us a new fet of bells ?" c; Csrtaihly I will." " Will you make my fon Jack, an Exeife- man?" *' Depend on it I will." " Will you procure me a public-houfe r" " Without all doubt." After the election-the bridge would be too expensive-the church wants no bells^-there is no vacancy in the Excife^-and there arfe too many public-houfes already ! Between fuch requefts, and Inch pfomifes, we rrluft confefs the cafe is only that of the biter bit. The Norval, Wilkie, from St. Ube's to Me-mel, went on fhore on the Trinnel, hut got off with damage* after throwing part of her cargo overboard. The Brothers^ Livirigfton,- from Galipoly to Stettin, is wrecked on the coaft of Jutland; the erew and part of the cargo faved. -"^OXFORDSHIRE. CHUUCH PREFERMENT. ' � To be SOLD, rr
, . Evans's, No. 31, Paternofler-Row, wi'l be immediately attended to. f 1598 To the Gentlemen, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of GLAMORGAN. Gentlemen,, IReturn yon my moll fincere and hearty Thanks for the Honour you have this Day conferred on me, by eledtng me a fecond Time your Reprefcntative in Parliament ; which I will eertainly endeavour to merit by a faithful Dif-eharg;e of the important Truft you have repofed in me. I am, with the greateft Refpefit and Gratituie, 168a] Your mofl obliged, and Cardiff, Obedient humble Servant, Junet*, 1790. THOMAS WYNDHAM. I yARD-LODGE, . . A�ea of rich * H,ufe, fi^"cr=M^'^Jkablv healthy, commanding � m5 Emineiic*. efteemed "*2e^ *itW ^ extenf.ve Pruf-Vfewof theR.ver E�.n *J^fttte , about 45 Ac�s. Fea of theCo--T T^^fome Parlours, aD.a.^ The Houfe conlitts w lw,^.^klo Rpd.Room Of- Walks at the ith any Quantity of Room, and Drawing.Room, fuitable Bed-Rooms an fices, with Stable and Ccach-Houfc. There is �lfo a plcafant Plantation, affordiag fludy w.ifc� at the Bactt of th� Houfe. The Tenaat may be accommodated wit Land either more or lefs than 27 Acres. For viewing the Premises, and treating for the fame, Application may be made to Mr. S. Kingdon, of Exeter. Mr. Kingdon hath likewife to Lett, a good Houfe^ fituated two Miles and a Quarter from the City of Exeter, confuting of two good Parlours, a Withdrawing-Room, and fuitable Bed-Rooms, a v"e when jaft before the ceremony commenced a well-drefled yoang woman with a child in her arm* gave the clergyman'a note, which having pefu'fed, he immediately delivered it to the intended bridegroom, who was fo confounded at the contents, that he ran out -* f"-"W-no- a word, to the than Cooper, i'wee: as I i to 0 19 1 o 5 aftonifhment bride tjme &e* � of\ZT ^ -1^ ftta mother a�d daughter, I: w�* end angle r-*rS,lS^a^S5ft fo iliftant died � a] Ae coments, ^ to \ '^^^^T^ Beet- 0901 Patent double Tin at.Eigbr^trieaa. Alfo iis improved Cooking Machina, with Kitchen Range, Oven, Boilers, Steam Boilers, warn Clofets, &c by which more than Two-thirds of the ofualQ^antity of Fuel will be favfd. A large AflTort.Tient df Garden Engines, and Machines to deflroy Blights and Infects, on a new Principle, Smoke and wind-up Jacks, Pantheon and Rtgifter Stove Grates, and every Article in the :u,rtiihing Line, and Sells and Alarums compleatly hong. ft ['555 Cornhill, and at his Manttfaftuiy, applying to teet. Mr. Jefferys, 1� [1677
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