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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 1, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence. From   THURSDAY,  July- i,  to  SATURDAY,  July 3,   1790. F R I D AY,  July 2. Ycjlerday arrived the Mail from France. Genoa, May 20. OVERNMENT having received accounts from different parts that the Barbary corfairs increafed �       ,   ....  �. r- f        *n our f-'as> a;^d were of ii^ffiI'-V'T?.V\'': great detriment to trade \... /ryrl:,.-I^v! \    and navigation, have or-^^rilV^'^^^'/V-, dered a frigate to fall fcr >h&Z&�u: 1 ; the Levant, to drive the ^Ci^C^j^P^-U V*' Barbarians thence. Government has fent ten patents to different ! Liverpoo: The HERTFORD COUNTY BALL Returns of Members For the new Farlia- |        ____ _________________________ ment.-No. XIV. I tt7tll be at the Aflembly-Room, at the Bodmin.   Sir j. Morfhead, Bart, re-elefted, and Sir J. Le ) Shire-HouJV, Hert"�rd, on Monday tbe lath Dzy of -. s. 6d. each. ( 1735 Roach, -vice G. Wilbraham, Efq. Edinburghshire.  Robert Dundas, Efq; (Lord Advocate), r Fowey.   Lord shuldham, and .Sir Ralph Pjyne, -vice Lord { Valetort, and Philip Rafhleigh, Efq. i Kent.   Filmer Honywood, Efq. and Sir Edward Knatch- bul), Dart, vice Hon. Charles Ma* ham. Suffolk.   Sir Charles Banbury, Bart, -vice Mr. Grigby, and Sir John Rous, Bare, lr-clc&ed. Leickstfk.   William Pochin, Efq; re-eb&ed, and Sir Thomas Cave, Bart, vice J. P Hungerford, Efq. " ~ ioi Lanc astev..   Sir George Warren, Eart. Mr Dent, - - Againft Mr. Pen-, �- - '5 1015 Captains, who are each of them to form their own companies, ivhich are to confill.of 100 men each. We learn from Cagliari, that a Barbarian veflel having been difcovered in the waters of Tacco-lara, two armed chalops were fent out to take her, which they did, and it is faid they found on board the corfair 21,000 fequins, belides a vaft quantity of valuable merchandize. S   H  I   P - N   K  W  S. Deal, June 30. Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Pigot, Ballantync, from Bengal ,- Shepherdefs, Brander,- from Lifbon ; and Karl of Effingham, Moulton, from Jamaica. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's fhips Adventure and London, Termagant and Wafp (loops; Swift pilot; Johanna Catherine, Falkfbergen, for Gibraltar; and Olive Branch, Clark, from Gibraltar, for orders. Grave/end, June 30. Failed by the Hebe, Clarkfon, from Denia ; Abigail, Neal, from Charles-Town ; Concord, Lacey, !rom Jamaica ; Triton, Walker, and Diligence, Clark, from Memel. LONDON. Yefterday there was a Drawing Room at St. James's Palace: PVefent, their Majefties, the Princefles Royal, Augurta, and Elizabeth ; Duke of Orleans, French and Spanifh Arobafladors, and all the foreign Envoys. Archbifhop of Canterbury; Biihops of London, and Bath and Wells; Mr- Pitt; Dukes of Richmond and Leeds ; Duchefles, Grafton, Dowager Ancafter, and Dowager Leinller; Marehio-rieiTes of Saliibury, Manchefter, and Bath ;, Earls, Cardigan, Portrr-ore, Chatham, Powys, Cour-toun, Harrington,, and Fauconberg (Lord in Waiting). CountelTes, Holdemeffe (in Waiting), Pembroke, Poulet, Harrington, Dowager Effingham, and Aberdeen ; Vifcount? Grlmfton, Valentia, and Sidney; Vifcountefs Palmer'lone; Lords, Amhertt (Goklilick), Dou.elas, Mulgrave, Sad-' ley, Muncailer, and Ha'vkeftury; Ladies, Clive, Browniow, Sudlcy, Kenyon, Douglas, Lloyd, W. Faucit, C. Hotbam, W. Gordon, C. Wat-ftn, W. How, E. Watckgrave, two Fitvcgeralds, E. Perciva), and J. Rufi'el. Sirs, Q. Howard, C. Talbot, P.BurrcIJ, C. Watson, anr? W Fanrir j .Admiral Diebyj Generals, Lafeelles, Trappaud, Stanforth; and nar-court (Groo:n cf the Chambers) ; Mefirs. Granville, Rofe, Powncy, Schuter, and Cur?;on ; MifT trefles, Kcppel, Trappaud, Dawfon, Harcouit, Sec. MiiTe?, Jeffries, Vernon, Keppel, Sec The Drawing Room clofed at four o'clock, and before five the Royal Family returned to Kev/ Palace. Yellerday the Prince Caililla Cicade, the Neapolitan Envoy, was preiented to the Queen, as was alfo Lady Douglas, on coming to the Peerage. Yetterday hit Royal Highnefs the Duke_ of Gloucefter had a private interview with the King previously to ths commencement of the Queen's Drawing-room at St. James'b. Lord Kawke/-bury had alfo an audience of his Majcily after the drawing-room. Ye/rerday morning, at eleven o'clock, a Ca-bin-t-Councii was held at the Duke of Leeds's Office, Whitehall, which was attended by the Lord Chancellor, Mr. Pitt, the two Secretaries cf State, the Duke of Richmond, and Earl of Chatham.   At half pair two o'clock the Council broke up, when the Dukes of Richmond and Leeds, Mr. Pitt, Lord Chatham, and Mr. Gren-viile, went to the Drawing-room at St. James's. The Lord Chancellor waited at the Office till half paft three, when the reft of the Minillers returned, and met in Council again, where they Mr. 4-53 ja6o, S33 turned, and fat till near fix o'clock, after which the refult was lent to the King at Kew-Pakce. His Serene highnefs. the Duke of Orleans had a private interview with the Duke of. Leeds yefterday, at his hcufe in Grofvenor-fquare. Yellerday evening the'Queen gave a grand entertainment at Kew-Palace to the Duchefs of An-cafler, CounteiTes of Chatham, Howe, Courtoun, and feveral Ladies of her Majefty's Bed-chamber, Sec. Yellerday official intelligence arrived at the Admiralty, that the Dutch fquadron had anchored off the lile of Wight. The patriotic Mr. Browivow. of Armagh, being aflced by a frt; 'd wliv hr did not accept of a title, aafwered, " lim not vet alhamed of my Cohnc] TarJcron. G jlcoigne. Againft Lord Pcnrhyn. _ 7r(5 Beaumaris, Anglers.   Sir Hu3h Williams, and the Hon. George Talb-jt R.ce, Efq. Cardiganshire.   Earl of Lilburne. Salisbury.   Hon. William H. Bouverie, and William Huilcy, Efq. Wilt ok.   Lord Herbert, Lord Vifcount Titzwlliam. \ Wiltshire. Sir James Tylney Long, Bart. Ambrofc GoddarJ, Efq. Cumberlanu. Sir Hen. Fletcher and Sir W. Lowther, Bart. ' Devon.   J. P. Bafhrd, and John RoDe, Efqrs. DiSBicisHiRF.   Robert VVatkin Wynne, Efq, Somerset. Sir John Trevelyan, Bart, and Ed'vvarJ Phe-hps, Efq Warwickshire   Sir Robert Lavvtev, Bart. re-eHfted and Sir G. A. W. Shuckbuvgh, ditto'. ' .Worcestershire.   Hon. E. Fci^y, re-elcfted, and W. Lygon, Elq; ditt^. > Yorkshire. H. Dnncombe, Efq; re-eLctcd, ard W. Wiiberforcc, Efq"; ditto.' The Hon. Captain stapykon, lately married to Mifs Keppel, who accompanied the Countefs of Weilmorland to Ireland, is brother to Lord le Defpencer, the fecond Baron of England ; and is a Captain in the 2d regiment of foot, and an A*:d-du-camp to his Excellency the I-orcl Lieutenant. A new fhip has lately been launched at Cadiz, which ij by far the largefc. ever built; it is a four decker, and is faid to carry one hundred and' fifty guns.-The gentleman from whom we have thii information adds, that it is altogether as beautiful in its conftruflion as it is "formidable*. At the clofe of the poll yefterday for Wertmin-fter, the numbers were/ for Mr. Fox 2960, Lord Flood 2632, Mr. Tooke 1373. By a calculation which Dr. �rice made two years flnce, he finds, from good authorities, that England goftefled at that time nineteen millions fterling. in real fpecie, and fixteen millions of circulating paper. He thinks, if this great mafs of paper had not been introduced, the real fpecie of nineteen millions would have reprefented the value of both, at this day, as all" prices mull have b.'en prcportionably regulated in confequence. Friday- Mr. jencore, of Bedfordshire, was ftopp'-d near Finchley by three footpads armed, who robbed him of his watch and three guineas. The fame day Mr. Melcot, of Hanover-fquare, had his pocket picked in Covent-Gardea of his wfltch> fealsi &c. � w J'irappea near^h'we"^tr,^rW^b�^a*�-who robbed him of near 40s. and fome other articles. - The fame morning the houfe of P. G. Crau-ford, Efq; of Soho-fquare, was broke open, and robbed of upwards of iool. in Bank-notes, and feveral other articles. Monday night Mr. Maynefg, cf Oxford-ftreet, had  his  pocket picked near  the Haymarket theatre of his purfe, containing two guineas arid \ a half. . Tuefday night Mr. Suden, of 8omerfetfhire, was attacked near Hounilow by two highwaymen, who robbed him of about 5I. On Saturda'y afternson, as a coal waggon was paffing Long-lanf, Smithfield, two of the coalmen who were fparring in it, fell from it to _ the ground, and the waggon going over them, killed^ one on the fpot, and the other was taken to the hof-pital with very little figns of life. MARRIED.]    Yefterday morning, at St. George's, Hanover-fquare, Sir William Wake, of Couvteen-Hall, in the county of Northampton, Bart, to Mifs Sitwell, only daughter of Francis Sitwell, Efq; ef Renifhatv-hall, in the county of Derby__Yefterday, at St. George's church, Hanover-fquare, Humphrey Butler, Efq; Member of the Irifli Parliament, to Mifs White. DIED.]   Laft week, at Croydon, in Surrey, Mrs. Godfalve, the oldeft inhabitant of that place.-Thurfday laft, at York, aged 90, Mrs Urfula Chclmeley, aunt of Francis Chclmeley, Efq; of Branfby^-Friday, in Dublin, Captain Crawford, .of the Invalids.-Yefterdny morning-early, at his houfe in Arejyle-ftreet, after two hours illnefs, Major-General William Roy, Deputy Quarter-Mafter-General, and Colonel of the 29th regiment; he was on bufinefs at the War-office till eight o'clock on Wednefday night.- A few aays ago, a poor man, aged loz years, without any known furname ; An   ACADEMY TO be DISPOSED of, in 6z\_   .    THIRK1LL, Town Cleric.  *" NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. A" FREEHOLD* CluV?.1 J? uru>^:>..... 20 Acres, with a Suinr.cy thereto adjoining, fituate in Little-IUrrowden, neirro, ii'not in, Hsrdwicke-Field, ia the Occupation oi --- Houghton, of Wilfmere Park., as Tensr.r .\i Will, at fo low a Rent as        per Ann. lijq'iire of the fid Tenant; or ol Ml. Bridges, Serle-ftrett, Lincoln's Inn-Fields, London. f 1473 To be peremptorily SOLD, Purfuintton Decree of the High Count of C hnncery, made in a Cauie, Cafs againft Palmer, before Edward Leeds Efq; one of the Matters pf the faid Com c, at his Chambers in LinctilnVlnn, in Thre: feparate and didinft Lots, on Monday the 26t,h D;iy of July between the Hoars of Five and Six of the Clock in the Afternoin, AFREEHOLD ES FATE, late of CHARLES PALMER, Efq; deceai'cd, fituate at Card'.ngtcr., in the County of Bedford ;   coiififting of three feveral Farms in Cardirig'ton aforeiaid, in the feveral Occupations of-- Hickman, Francis Taylor, and Edward White. Partxulas whereof maybe h*d at the faid Makers Cham-b-is, No. 13, Lincoln' Inn Old-BuilJiniis;  of Me(T. Aliens, Fnrniva!s-lnn ; 0: hill, in Bcdf' r ifhive. and BANBURY CHURCH,  CHANCEL TOWER. NOTICE is hereby given, That all Perfona dj-firous cf purchafi'-g the Shei'. L&xd covering the faid Chfurch, Chancel, a'd T.mver, and the Lrad Spouting be-longina thereto, v.-h ch are no.v to be difpofe-j of, n- re-q'setled to fend in their PiopofiU for purchafing he fame, ligned and fea|*d up, to me, oa or before the Thirteenth Day of July inft nt N. B. A'U'wance will.be mace in Weight, aid the Leal to be ripped up and taken away at the Expiree of rlis Put-chafer. 1740] By Order of th�. Truftrc!!, - OLI\ ER APLIN, i.lrrk. Act for PAVING and otherwife imprbvino- the CITY and TOWNSHIP of PETERBOROUGH. THE Cotnmiiiioners for executing this A�t will, st their Meeting,_w be hcid at tt.e j own-Hall ia th^: faid Ciiy, the gth Da/of jaly inda.t, at Tw '.ve oClock, be r: iiv to contra't with Perlbns for Supplying them with COBBLLS, YOXS.SHIRE {"LAG, an.i KIR 13 STONES, for pav r.g fuch Pafts of the City as fliii) be agreed on ; and alio fcr cxjcutir-g the W.tIc, in.ludi'ig rhe Gravel-and bour of 1 very Kind. The Propofa'sto bedelivred, inWrilingj to the Cler* to the Commiilibners, on or bif�re the Eighth D .y of July. N. B. Letter* if Recjmm-ndarion will be r xpe�led with the Propq.'als, andSecuritj lor Peifarmance of th- Con'.nSt will be nquiied. WILLIAM BOWKER, Clerk ro the Com mi IE :mers. To be DISPOSED of, THE Remainder of a Leale, of which Four* re'a 'Years were unexpired at L dy-Day laft, of a good DWELLING-HOUSE, in thorough Repair, fit tor the Reception of a lar^e Family, w'uh a Kitchen Qarden, walled and covered with tie choiceil Fruit-Trees in - f .11 Bearing, with a Grape-Hcufe fu 1 Fruit, and an Ice-Hi ufe, together wit') a confi-iera^h Quantity of excellent Parlure and f>me incited Arable La^jj. ~ F�f further Partic.l.us,     , -     - Attorpey, inHercfcrdj or of Mr. Julm Muure, Surveyor, at Hoodefdnn. ll675 L.a^jj. Diitartce icom Li^ndon Thirty rs, mquire of Mr. Henry Ai rf|tbiT; of Wiiliaai Dawf ,11, Efq j at Ampt f. 1*87. A I2th June, 1790. LINCOLNSHIRE. To   be   LIE T T, For a Term of Years, And ent:ri?-' upon at Michielmas n-xt. that well-hnown and p-ood-accuftomed LL 1NTN, ciUloJ Market-Place at BRiGG 11 Po lin^-Town, on the hi^h the  ANGFL, eligi'jly fituated in che DESERTED from his Majeiiy's lid. (or QuL-tn's cwn) R-giment of Drigoou Guaids, cam-manJed by General the Miirquis Towr.lhiijd, on Sunday Nightj the 20th, lnft. at Manchefter, the Uiidermcniiontd Meii, vis. ROBERT   WEBB, aged-?9 Yeirs, bom at Elx.inton, in the. County of Wor-ccfter, 5 Feet 10 Inches hig:i, dark-brown Hair, fwarthy Complexion, ard by Trade a Labourer. GEORGE   WEBB, ageci lS Years, b;>rn at El-.uinton aforefaid, 5 Feet 9 Inches hig^r, blackifli Hair, fwait'by Complexicr;, and by Trade a Labourer. , Whoever will apprehend, or caufs to be appre', nd'ed, the faid Defeiters, ami lodge them in any of his M^jefry's Ganh, fhal. receive o.'.e Guinea, over and above the Sum a:kwsd by A&*>t Pa liament, by apt^y'ng 'b" C.irQruino.ng.Officer (if the fa'd Regiment, at Manchffti Crx, and Grsenwtvod, Agents, Crai Cicf, London. or t�< C�x, i Ccur",  Cbarin^-[1710 the CourtTy of Lincoln, a good Rv-ad from Hull ta L-mdon, �irh the Out-buildings,   Yar.'s,  Ga d ns,   ?nd Ap^urte. nJnces thereto adjoining and belonging j and slfo Fifty-feven Acres (or thereabout)  cf -enclofed Arable  Paft;ire, and {-..iu...�H ..i.a�uuiJ-Ln. higkCiildVAOQtij. conventienffy fituated Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, Widow. -~------- The Stock on the Pre.nifes, with a Share in the Barton and Landau Stage-Coaches (which go through Brigg every Day) to be taken with th- Inn at a fair Appraifjtnent; Further Particulars may be obtained by applying personally, or by Let!-er(Poft paid), to Mr. Richard Nicholfon, Attorney ac Law, in Briggi (1570 To be SOLD, by AUCTION, By Older of the Aflig^ees of James Walker, hte of the City of Brifto1, Salt Merchant, Dealer and Ohipman, a Bankrupt, at the George Inn in Droicwich, in the County of Worcefter, on Monday the iarh Day of July inft. between Che Hours of Three and Six of the Clock in the Afternoon of the fame Day, fubj^S to fuch Condition* of Sal* �i fha',1 be then and vhere produced, AMESSUAGE and SALT WORKS, confift-ing of four Pans for making Salt, with a convenient Yard and all Buildings nsxdlary for carrying on the Salt Trade, fituate at or near to a Place called Frog-Lane, in the Parilh of St. Peter, in Droitwich aforefaid, on the Banks of the Canal there, and late in the Polftflion of the -faid James Walker. There is   1,.. For further Particulars apply to MelT. Roberts and Baker, in Bewdley, Worcefterihire. il44z To th= Parents and Guardians .of Youug Gentlemen intended for the ProfeiTion oi MEDICINE. r^  COUNTRY PHYSICIAN, in extenfive Prjclice, who has alio the Care of a Public Dif^i.a-f.irr, propnfes to tike one rr two young Gentlemen, as Pupils, upnn mcder ite Terms 5 whom hs will i .ftmcr. in ths Eler'.e its f f Cbcmifl y, Pharmacy, Ma e i.i Medica, and the Pra-'ii-e of Phytic and" Surgery. Bjc a; he wiihes jo -derive PrrfevBonal Convenieaoe from the Afliilaoce of Wi Pupils, Uewill take fum only a; c n produce Teftimonials of rrgular Behtviour, and g ic-d Di p 1-utiona. ~ >lbr,rn. AYDN's Two new Trios, for the Harpfi- ^ ^ chord; Flute,'and Violoncello, rach as. 6d. Pleyel'a Thrce^sonatas for Harpfichard, Violin, Accom. Op. �i. 7s. 6d. or maybe had tingle, each zs. 6d. Bland's Col-leftjon for the Harpfich 'rd, No.. 1, a, 3, 4, 5, 6, ea'chi. Number containing. 10 Pages. Price is. 6d.; in this Work is Nicolai's favourite Sonata, Op. 3. Garth's ditto, Op. 2. Battle of Prague� &c. &c. No. 41, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46, of the Periodical Italian Sorgs fung at tie Pantheon, Open, &c. Six Ariets for Harplichord, Accom. by Naurun, 5s. Twoive Kozeluch, 7s. 6J. Ithis- 1* riot an adapted vyorK.;. -otol.u . Ladies Glees, No. 25, 26, 27, 28, 2t>, '~~' havegained Prize Medals this Year, 1788, had fmgle. Hoffmeifter's Duets, Flutes.   Hoft'cneifter's Sulcs, Op H lom'e of wiich &c. arid vr.ay be Op. io.  for Ge:mai ^t. for German Flutes. well remembered ESSEX To be SOLD by AUCTION, B, Mr. RUSSELL, In Auguft next, at the White-Hart Inn, acEocking, EfTex, 1      in fundrv Lots, THE valuable   MANORS   of  GREAT-SAUNG, SHALFORD, and NICHOLS, the D?-mefr.e-Lsndt,, and fundry FREEHOLD ESTATES, with the perpetual Adv^wfon �f the Vicirage 3nd Great-Tytie of the Parilh of Great-Salng,. and Duuative of Li^rie- Situate in the Parifhes of Great-S >!jng, L ttle Saling, Stubbing, Shalford, Wearhersfield, and Ra;.ne, in. the faid County of EfTex; aho;it 5 Miles fr ^ Roc lein^, and ^ ^ from London, in a fporting Country abound!-'g with Oam;. Coraprifiag the C*uit.Rents, Fines,   H-*ni    ,   -rim s flept in the oFn fields, even in novry^wea th^r, notwithftanding which-miferable life, he hw died worth upwards of 400K teirjmg t,6�hcr =^-ri a. fi-,g tr..u. ill? . .   h Patticubrs and Condign preJU the S,le, of ^.U-.-; ^ , C.01V- ...   y:he Gieit Sarn! ,j -,,c icaic 14 Days lies will be given. VITRUVTUS" BRIT^NNICUS* or, BRITISH  ARCHITECT. Containing Plan.Sj Elevations, and Sections of the regular Euildi       bosh public and piivate, in Criat-Biit.iiii, on 300 lar;;e Fjlio Plates. By   C O L E N   CAMPBELL,   Efq. P inted for C. Bowles, Jl F. and C. Rivingt.n, L. Davis, J. Robib.i, R. Saver, White and Son, T. N'oyes, J. Wil-:d I. and'J. Taylor, N>. 56, I-Mbcrn. �.'. Tlis Corvtir.Uitioa; vol. kinfiK, a Wi.ere m^y be i rice 1, 14s. hiii-b;u:id. IV. and V. [10 5   

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