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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - June 29, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O   N   D   O   N. ) Price Four Pence. From  TUESDAY,  June 29,   to  THURSDAY,  j ULY I790. WED NESDAY, June 30. 'from Ihe LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, June 29. ^T fr.*S%'''^ijjyf' ; '� void by the reiignation f^^/T^p:/'.^ of the Rev. Charles Har- ward,  Doctor in Divi-.Viy' nity. B J N K R U P T S, RirharH lifted, of New Roroney, Kent, grocer; to fur-render J u!y 6, 7, and Aug. i o, at tle\en, at the Guildhall of' New Kotnney. Attorney, Mr. Willi-un Reynolds, af Fulkit'ine, or Mr. Richard Jaikfon, No. 9, Coney court,. Gray's-inn, London. William Dairow Philips, of Gieit Ruffell-ftreet, Blopmf-tury, Middlrfex, dealer and chapman; 10 furrender July 2, at eleven, JO, ttai  Aug. IO, at ten. at Guildhall, London. (Attorney, Mr. Rogers, M-inehefter-buddings, Wsftmmrter. Dividends to be rmute. RoberrCapner, of Birmingham, War*ick*ire, carpente; and tiraberman ; July 2, at twelve, at the Whi e-hart, in Ci^btth-itie:t, Birmingham.   Final Dividend. Catherine Weldnn and Wcldon Gaj.ern, of Duddington, TJortharrptonOiire, linen manufacturers and  partners, (tarrying on trade L-nder the firm of C. W e!rioi>, Gaudern, and >Veldu�;) Aug. 1, at ten, at Guildha1!, London. Dividends acUourned. Tlmmis Garnet) Ute of Gxiord-iv.adj Middlefex, ftlli-rr.ticer j July zaj at ten, at Guil"bdl, London. Certificates to be granted. T�ioiri3� AIA'p, or Salfura, Ljncaibire, innkeeper, vi*c-tua ier, and Itenfman ; on or befoie July 20. liaac Brooks, of Drury lane, Miadlefrx, gingerbread-baker j on nr befoie July lo. m 1 "i 1        1 Yeflerday arrived the Mails /rem Holland and Flanders. Pondicherry, Mu/ch 23. The inhabitants of this city have, fmce the departure of the French troops from this ctiony, been in the utmcjil con-jfternation, and h,aye, in confequence, fent a petition to the King, representing their prefent de-fencelefs condition, and praying his Majelty to take their cafe into confideration. Vienna, "June 12. The day before yeilerday a ineflenger arrived from Berlin, who had been difpatched by the Pruflian Miniiter at Conilanti-nople, and immediately fent from Berlin here. It i* (aid> he brings propofals for peac2. In the mean time the negotiations continue between our Court and that of Pruflia ; notwithstanding- which the armies in Silefia are in motion, and many people are of opinion that war is inevitable. As foon as the news arrived here that the Bra-bancons had deiired afiiilance from Pruflia, a Council was held by his Majefty with all his Mi-iiiiters, when it was refolved to require a categorical anfwer from Pruflia upon this fubjett. Count de Podewils being dangeroully ill, the courier who arrived from Berlin the day before yeilerday delivered his clifpatches to Baron Ja-cobi, Miniiler from Brandenbourg, who immediately waited on his Majeily to give him a letter from the King of Pruflia. By what we can learn of the contents, the two Courts feem already to Jiave fettled the affairs of the Porte; the only difficulties which remain are in thofe relative to the indemnification to be made to Poland for Thorn and Dantzick. The Diet of Hungary has commenced its feflion, which will be very turbulent. The higher Clergy are endeavouring to rellore what they term the reign of St. Stephen, which is tobanifh all who are hot Catholicks, whilll the troops of the Nobles on horfeback, whom they call Banderia or B^.nderifles, renew daily the moil dreaxlful fcenes. They are the fame as* the Bandaurs (and not Pandours), who diilinguiihed themfelves in the campaign on the Rhine in the year 1745. S  HI   P.N  E W  S. Deal, Juurts. Wind S. S. E. Sailed the Southampton frigate to the Weilward. Remain* in the Downs the Adventure man of war, Wafp floop, Diligence and Swift Pilots. * Grave/end, June 28. PaiTed by the Orange Tree, Williams, from Cork ; Harmony, Ofman, from' Philadelphia ; New Ceres, Bryan, from Oporto ; Liberty, Carey, from Barbadoes; King .pf Spain, Spence, from Cadiz ; Recovery,-, from Stettin; Diawa, Sew-ard. from Jamaica; Peggy, Skirving ; and .Recovery, Campere, from Memel; Defire, Anderibn,- from Honduras ; Thomas, Montague; and^ Liberty, Clark, from the South Sea. -LONDON. Vefterday at no�n his Serene Highnefs the Dttke of OjJeans had a private audience of their Royal HighneiTes the Prince of Wales and Duke ofTorfe-at Carleton-houfe. llhis morning their Royal Highnefles the Prince ej^Wales, Duke of York, and his Serene High-tfsfs*the Duke of Orleans, fet off from town on a vifit to his Rftttl Highnefs the Duke of Clarence, on. board the Vattant at Spithead. Cm account of the King's letters to the Cabinet Minifters on-Monday, the following arrived in town yefteTfday morning, and at noon met in Council at the Duke of Leeds's office, Whitehall, viz. the Lord Chancellor, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mafte*-Gerieral of the Ordaance, two Secretaries of State, and the Firft Lord of the Admiralty. At four o'clock the Council broke Up, when the refult was forwarded to the Ki at Windfor Lodge Lail night, at nine o'clock, Mr. Major arrived at the Secretary of State's Office, from Madrid, .with difpatches from Mr. Fitzherbert. A Council was immediately held ; and, from the proceedings of the night, and the general afpeft of affairs, we may jultly infer, that the profpedl of a further continuance of Peace is removed from a hope. A MefTenger is hourly expetfled to arrive from Paris, with news no lefs interefting and important. The King of Pruflia, after reviewing the for-trefs of Schweidnitz, and the mountain frontiers of his territories, took up his head quarters at Schonwalde on the i/th-inilant. By accounts from Calcutta, we learn that at a place called Nudee, in the diftricl: of Kefl'angur, the moll (hocking enormities are committed by a banditti of Bramins, who for ages before had be n held facre-1 in the country. They generally attack villages and fi igle houfes in gangs of fifty or fmy, which they fet fire to and plunder while in flames, prtve 'ting at the fame time the wretched inhabitants from efcaping. In order to elide detection, they ufually drefs in European habits, and paint their faces of a white colour; they are remarkably well armed with fwords, piltols, and fometimes with guns, and have hitherto efcaped all the endeavours of juft refentment. The Governor General and Council, however, have offered large rewards for their apprehenfion, and it is hoped that fome of them will toon meet their deferts. There has been a bkjody fcene at Prelbourg, inHungary. A quarrel arofe between the twc parries, and they immediately made the fword the umpire ; fix were killed on the one fide, one on the other, and three wounded. Advices from Frankfort, dated the 19th infl. fay, thaTrrft fpite of the truce demanded by the Turks, and lilently granted, the army of the Grand Vizir, compofed of 60,000 men, and increafedalmoil inilantly to 120,000, has advanced to cover "~' in 885I Viddin. The Prince de Saxe Cobourg, confequence, has received orders to march again!l the Turks, and give them battle. Extract of a Letter from Port/mouth t "June 29. Yeilerday evening Admiral Barrington, with twelve fail of the line, including the Valiant, commanded by the Duke of Clarence, were under weigh by half pad fix P. M. after very unremitting exertions from five o'clock A. M. to effeft the clearing of the harbour. The wind proving unfavourable, the utmoft (kill and activity was continued during the night to get the fleet to fea; but it was not till day-break this morning that the purpofe was effecled.-Eighteen fhips of the line, and feveral fine fiigates, are the force now under the Admiral ; and at Torbay, he will be joined by fome ihips from Plymouth and this port. At half pad eight this morning, at a time when the fleet was beyond the fight of the beil glaflVs, bearing away for Torbay, with the wind as fair as it could blow, we have reafon to conjecture they fell in with the Dutch fquadron, under the command of Vice-Admiral Kingfber-gen; and in particular, we muft obferve, that the firing of falutes continued fo long as to confirm the fuppofition. " A tender, which this morning arrived, brings advice, that the London had not been able to make much way for this port, owing to unfavourable winds. At the fame time, the Commander of the tender reports, that yeilerday evening, in his way through the Downs, he faw feveral ihips of force, which.he knew to be the Dutch fleet.-At all events, our Naval Ally is expected to form a junction with the Britifh fleet in Torbay ; and the deilination of the whole is unquestionably to cruize off Cape St. Vincent. " The Hebe frigate failed on Sunday night* under fee ret orders, and very unexpectedly. She is gone, it is fuppofed, to watch the motions of the Spaniih fleet, which, according to very creditable intelligence, is at fea." The Caledonia, Pottinger, of Borrowilonnefs, is loft en a rock at Davis's Streights; crew faved. The Unity. Prentice, from Memel to London, is wrecked on the Swin Bottoms. The Flora, Fotheringham, from Jamaica to Leith, is loll on the Jordains. KIN G's   BENCH. An acliojn was brought by a young lady to recover from a gentleman a fatisfaction in damages for defamatory words. It appeared in evidence that the defendant had fpoken the, following words of the plaintiff:- " She has been a w-e to me, and I can prove it." It did not appear to what particular time thefe words referred. The Counfel for the defendant contended that the words, as proved to have been fpoken, were not actionable. They pointed to no definitive time in wh'ch the plaintiff was faid to be incontinent. They might import that file was many years ago deftitute of chaitity, but ihe might as the law prefumes have reformed, and be now an example of virtue and prudence. The plaintiff was noofuited. 1 ia 80 78 959 891 691 497 474 3 79 379 320 Returns of Members for the new Parliament.-No. XII. Cheshire* John Crewe, Ef^; and Sir R.Salitbury Cotton, Bart. Dorsetshire. Francis J�hn Browne, Efq; and William Morton Pitt, Efq; vice Hun. George Pitt, Efq. Glamorgan, C'umy of. Thomas Wyndham, Efq; vice Charles Edwin, Ei'q. Ghampound. Jere.t.iah Crutch'.ey, Efq; ;vhd Thomas Wallace, Efq; vice Francis Baring, Efq; and Hon. John S. Cocks. Have,rfokD\v 1st) Towti and County.   Lord Kcnfmgton. Boni'ton.' Sir George Yonge, Bart. a.�d George Templi, Efq; vice .Sir.George Collier. Launceston. Hod. J.Rodney, ani Sir Henry Clinton, �#  Worcester.   Wr. Wigley, - Mr. Lechmerc, -- --> Mr. .Smith, �- -   � Bedford Borough.   Mr. Collioun        - Mr. Whitbread _-- - Mr. Payne �� - Bedfordshire. Earl of U[per Offrry and St. Andrew St. John re-eleclcd. Surry,   Lord William Ruffall -      1843 Captain Finch � --      1373 Sir Jofeph Mawbry (who declined)        - 1034 Shoreham,   Sir Harry Goring � John Aldiidge, Efq; . Sir Cecil Bifliopp � - -j-4-T In the Retur* for Leiceftcr, in our laft,-for Charles Lorraine 5-mith, Efq; re^d Samuel Smith, Efq; "t'iri! Charles Lorraine Smith, Efq. Of eleven hundred freeholders who polled for Lord William Ruffell the firft day, eight hundred and two voted for him only. It feerr.s to be a circulating joke to invite parties to dinner at houfes without the knowledge of the bojl. In indances where a gentleman is fa unmindful of his friends as never to give a dinner^ the joke has humour; but to fend a party cffrarp-fet guefls half a dozen miles into the country, where a generous landlord is from home, or un-( prepared, merits a horie-whipping-and in a cafe or two, which has lately happened, the wag, if he can be difcovered, will receive, if not his dinner, his defert. At the clofe of the poll for Weilminfler yefter-day, the numbers were, Mr. Fox 1880, Lord Hood 1666, Mr. Home Tooke8i8. Something like a rival of the bid riots took place on the clofe of yellerdav's poll, at the Huft-ings in Covent-Garden. Mr. Fox, Mr. Sheridan, Cant. Hood, and Mr. Home Tooke, made various attempts to addrefs the numerous and motley affemblage. The pattizans in oppofition to them took no fmall pains to prevent either having ah audience. From noife and uproar the mob proceeded to acts of violence ; and it is with concern we add, that fome inoffenfive electors were knocked down on this occafion, and other-wife treated in a ruffianly manner. Thofe who make out the Bills of Mortality for the prefent week are defired to add the following difordr/r-Died of a ivarm canvas. Or/Sunday morning the following unfortunate affair happened on board the Saturn, at Spithead : Ky accident the failors let a boom flip from the main-top, which ilruck Mr. Chalmers, the Second Lieutenant, on the head, and knocked him overboard ; as he never rofe again, it is fuppofed the blow kilted him. He was a good man, and an able officer, and is much regretted. Lad night the Opera feafon concluded by a mifcellaneous entertainment at Ranelagh. It confifted of an admirable fel.ction of muiic and dancing. Lord Kenyon was fo much indifpofed that he could not attend at the Court, of King's-Bench yeilerday, on which account Judge Buller heard the caufes in the room of his Lordihip. Yeilerday the Court of Common Pleas ex-preffed in ilrong terms the neceflity of difcou-raging litigious actions, which are fo frequently brought by poor ip-^orant people by the advice of low Attornies ti_ utter ruin of the former. The Jury according to this laudable recommendation, in an action brought for a trifling afftult, being bound by law to find a verdict for the plaintiff (the defendant not having pleaded a juftifica-tion) fhewed their difapprobation of it, by giving the plaintiff only one farthing damages. This fort of action"! will in    .ure be diilinguiihed by the name of the farthing caufes. On Monday night a highwayman_jnade an attempt on & gentleman, near Whetiion turn-p'ke> tvko immediately fixed a double-barreled pillol, and lodged the contents in his head, whic.h killed him inilantly, His body was carried to the Bull' public hoiife for the Jury to fit on; arid the gentleman proceeded on to Barnet. MARRIED.} At Dublin, on the 18th init. Capt. Tho. Dunbar, of the 70th regiment, t6 Mifs Everetta Kerin.-Sunday, Mr. Ralph Southern, of Lower Brook-ilreet, Grofvenor-fquare, to Mifs Rebecca Williams, late of Pref- teign,  Radnorihire.--Yeilerday,   Mr.. Philip Oriel, jun. of Alderfgate-ilreet, to Mifs Thomas, of Sunbury, in Middlefex. DIED.] On the 22d inilarit, at Ballater, on the banks of the Dee, in the county of Aberdeen, Francis Farquharfon, Efq; of Monaltrie, aged upwards of 80.-Monday right, at his houfe in Bloomihury-fquar.?, the new-born daughter of Francis Burton, Efq. To CAPTAINS of the ARMY. WANTED* a TROOP or COMPANY. An eligible Purchafer is ready to treat on forms th� raoft liberal and honourable in all RefpeGs. Addrefs Propofals (Poft paid) to M. N. O.   at Mii Lewthwaite's, Hatterj Lombard-ftreet. N. B. The 60th Regiment will not infwar. To the CLERGY and Others; WANTED, in a healthy Village, betweeri 20 and 70 Miles from LrvdOi, tn be en terra on at or before Mkhaelmas, a CURACY with a Pirf.via^e. Houfe, Garden, and a few Acres of Mealow or PaMure Land ; or without a Parf irja^e, provided a n:at convenitat Houl'e, with Garden, Stable, and Coach-Houfe, can be procuicd in a Market Town wUhin an eafy Diftance of the Cimcy. The Advertifcr is married, and a Graduate in one of the UniVe fities. Letters of Particulars from Frinci[>als, addrefTed to Z Z� at Mr -Evans'?, No. 31, Pat.r.iorter Row, wi 1 be rr.mediately attendeJ to. � 159* PRTVATE EDUCATION.   - THE Friends of young Perfon* defigned f r the Univerfity, the Profcili ns, of the fuperior Li  or BufVnef., ,;r� informed, that a Clergyman, accuftomed 10 conduct the finilVing P 3nd had been a Member Further Particulars, with Pla^s of the Society, may oi had by ?p?'ying to the Society's OrEce, Noj 1, Surrey-Street j Strand. Capital Joint Stock is 44,000! Four per Cine. B-nk Con-folidated Annuities, %* Annuities paid to 2,06 Widows) Claimants, *t Ladf Day laft, were 5,000!. per Annum. | 1676 June 21, 1790; STOLEN  or   STRAYED, Out of Coventry Park, late on Mond y Erraing, or early on Tue.fday Morning, the 14th or 15th of Juns Inftarit, ASTRONG Blood-Bay MARE, five Years old, near fifteen Hands higli, his a very fmill Stat in the Forehead, with a Snip of whke in the off hind Hvl, anl many white Spots inteifpetfed all over ber body, a Scarpa each hind Hock in the ipavin Place, a nicked Tail cut in the Bio id-fa(h'on, and the Letters C* P. burnt in one of the fore Hoofs. Whoever will bring the fa'd Mare to E. Eaft, Coventry, If ftrayei, /ball receive Ten Shillings and Six-pence Reward* and all teafonable charges; and if ftolen, will be entitled to a further Reward of Twenty Pounds on Coi.viflion of ihe Offender or Offenders. Years      Day �. i T    3   arid   1    10 "I  per Annum* (.   13   and-   i   30 J 1717 JUNE 12, 1790. Borough of BOSTON, in the County of Lincoln. THE Office of Head Mailer of the Free Gram-* mar-School of this Borough being vacant, Notice is hereby given) That fuch Gentlemen who are defiroua of being Candidates for the fame, are requeued to fend Teltiiaonials of their clafTica-l Abilities and moral Character to Mr. John Hill, Maysrof the laid Borough, cn or befoie the 23d Day of July next. The ancient Salary is Twenty Pounds a Year, but a further Sum of Eighty Pounds will be annually directed to be paid, by the Erection Bailiff of the faid Br.rough, to the Mafter, fo long as his Bdiaviour mail be approved of by the Mayor and Bur-geffes ; and it is expected that the Mailer ih.'.U dedic . his whole Time to the Service of the Children in the School. 1 he Mayor and BiMgefiei intend to proceed to the Election at the Guildhall, on Mon ay the a6th Day of July next, at elerven o'Clack in the Forenoon. The faid Mayor and BurgeiTes prorofe to elect aa Uflier, with a fuitable Salary, to be paid by ihejn, as foon as it /hail be thought Decenary, cn the Application of the Head Mader. By order, 156*] THIRKILL, Town Cierla.   

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