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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 3, 1790, London, Middlesex                                0  N  D   O  N. ) Price Four Pence. From  SATURDAY, July j, to T U'ESD'AY, Jto 6,  1790, MONDAY, July 5. From the LONDON/GAZETTE. Whitehall, July 3* HE King has been pieafed to grant to Michael Hicks, of B*verftoue-Caftle and Waiiamftrip, in Gloucefterfhire, and of Netheravon, in Wilt-' {hire, Efqj and h� iflue, his Royal Licence and Authority to affume and take the farname and,bear the arms of Beach, in addition to thofe of Hkb,-rto purfuance of thfc laft will of his father-in-law, William Beach, late of Netheravon "aforefaid, Efq; deceafed. Smyrna, May 21. Intelligence has been received here, that the Ruffian fquadron failed on the 15th inft, from Zia, leaving behind on the ifland all the Albanefe troops, to take care of the fortifications; that on the i6th they fell 16 with the Tkrkifh fleet, between the Cape d'Oro and the Ifland of Andros j that Major Lambro, the Ruffian Commander, began the.action with nine veffels again ft eighteen of the Turks; that on the 18th the latter were joined by feven Algerine xebecs, who, with great courage, attacked the Ruffians, killed a great number of them, funk two or three of their veiTels, and- obliged two to; run aground on the ifland of Atidros, where the Ruffians fetfire to them, in order that they'mTght not fall into the hands 0/ the ehemy>, that folajpr JLambro took to; his boat, with all hivofffcers^ and fet fire to his frigate} that the Major,.who was wounded in the a&ionA then embarked m a fm#l veffel of his i^ua|rjjn, .paffed. bjr Micone, whefe ;o e J\eftaid three;htmf^ {':annv D^eei^eii Afterward tSrigo ; an<� that iwo 'OtBer fhtail veffels of fquadrch alfo Jtnadc their efcape. | B  A */� UP  T S.      ; -'� r . Richard Witts Hifcock, cf Witney � Oxfordflure, irofi-Tnoafcir; to funerifler July 15, 16, and Aug. 14, at/our, !�t the Hen pat Chielcerw, in *lgMjseet� Bifminjhnm. At-, jtprniea, ~Mc(t. Hant and Swain,N Old Jewry, or Mr. W. Wrwteiey, "Temple row^ Birmingham. Charles It oft, of Deart-ftt^tk Shadwell, dtaler and chapman; to furrender July 17, ji� and Aug. 14., at ten, at Guildhall, Loiadon. Attorney* Mr. James, Stamford-ftreet, Surry Ode cf Black friarj-bri  17, and Aug. 14, at ten, at Guildhall, London. ^Attorney, Mr. Martley, No. 4, Lamb's-building*, -loner Temple. John Wood, of Stourbridge, , Worceaw&We,/tallow ehan-'dierj *� furr�nder Juiy jo, at four, t)', and Aug. 14,'at Welve, at the Crown loft, in JtoorjbrtiTge. Attorn is, Miff. Bretteli, in Stourbridge, qr Me& Strong and Still, Lincoln'-:-  London. inn John Mitkre, of Ebrrington ftreet, in Coldbath fkldj, Miidlefe*, vi&uallert to furrender Jtily 13, at twelve, 17, it eleven,, and Atog. 14, at twelVe, at Guildhall, London. Attwaiea, Meff. AValfoid arid Meyric*, Red-lion fquaie. Matcr.ias piop*, otkerwnfe Koops Von �m ja\Dm Du^r4'>Vebb, Wth of Birmingham, lin'ea-draper*; July xj, at th'tee, at the Hotel, in Tempfe-row, Birmingham; t Jam^s S-packmanj of NVatlrrig ftieet, London, tinfoil ma-nufa&urerj July �4, at ten> at Gttildhall'. John Rogera, of Whitechapel, Miidkrexj rfadottkr \ July t4, at eteren, at GOildhoIl, fconddn. jarnes Margetion, of ChureK/ejWr^.^letjftent's-lan*, London, rxerehant 1 July 7, at �^�|�,;fktl!5oiWn�lh William Bwch, (partAe� o�t-ai/�et, the coVnerof Gerwd.ftrtet, Sohoj Middlefex, Vidiiailef} or before July 24. Mary Sands, Warftil Ciarhptonk arm Ailord Storr> of Nottingham, hefiera, carrying on wNe under the firm of Sand*, Crampcon and Storr; on or bef jre Julf 14. CefftJUtfinfuttr/edtd. tdward Purcell, of the Half-wly Houfs, Hampflead-road, Bemiruptty etifargidi. Jamea Hunter Gray, Lie of Brukam Lodjje, Sornertb. a%irj, aleakr and chapman; to furrcnider July      >t elevca, at the George Inn, in Froome. Saturjey arrived the Mails from Holland mftd Flanders-. * . Rom*, May 24. They have brought here a fea moolter, found on the more of Finmicino; its Weight is 6000 pounds; the head, which has been cat off, weighs Separately 400 pounds. itJi�a. been Told to our fijhermen for 13* crowns toexw^LfijL WarfiKw, mjr$Oi-Tilt fLpuhmtimHuf the Pope, relative to the revenue of the Bhhops, have had- their due effe<3. " The States have railed^ riiat of the Bifhoprick of Cracow to 100,000 Sarins, and the other Biifhdprics, it is thought, will enjqy th� fame, except the See of Guefne, to which belongs the Primacy of the kingdom, and which will have 200,000 florins. Thefe revenues are in land; and the furplus of the revenue which fome enjoy will be paid into the public Treafury. This new arrangement will not take 'P'ace till the death of the pre fen; poOeiCwi. Stockholm, June 8.By accounts from Finland of the 38th of May, we learn, that a divifion of our fhallops and canoes, commanded by Capuin BrunMer, with 200 guards, having landed at Py-tiflan, had diflodged a Ruffian detachment pf 150 men, aird taken i  A war between tHa &epvb�c *>( Genoa and the King of Sardinia feems inevitable. Both fides are arming and preparing to make reprifals. c6utffRY,p-vys.    ~T Port/mouth, Jjtyz. At twelvep'clock this day, his Royal HighnefHhe Duke of York, with the Duke of Orleans, Sir Harry Featberitonhaugh, and fame s#�ex per on> making any. particular e^^iaeS i|tttffa Tc?ne of life that cannot' be .feeOj' 'f^^ji^tt^^'ixA of objects whofe wretche^neTs cannot be defcribed. -...wit,- ... - ..--j. ' '      �  . � , ; .   � � TUal, S H r*JP -'N s W s. Wjnd S; W. UowVhard. ..... rived, an  which failed frqint Maxlra? Co late. as. the latter end of February, accounts are received -that Tippo Saib had, at that date, made no fecoftd attempt oh TraVan-core. A rumour was ftilj in' dirculation, that he had been feverely wounded in his'firft attack jah,  Wednefday morning � fire broke.out Paloi eftatr, in St '. A'gentleman1 whjo had given the ufual riotiibeih the Secretary'3 Olfiefeof his intention to quit tfte iflahdj Being underrvritten, cited the party ..ky �ts Attorney to attend and ihew caufe j and it appearing that thereafon for underwriting was the pendency of art acliori fora debt npt yet fribiranriated'i his Excellency was pleafed to declare his. opinion, that this was by no means a fu/hxient caujie for detention; he ftiould therefore grant the afual ticket. fhe King of France has given his Aflent to the Deci%e of tha National Aflembly, abolifhing all hereditary. Nobility; and forbidding the titles of -Prince^, Dak*r Count, or Marquis, to be employed In Future. ' Ear! Howe, having received his appointment as tfotani�lder in Chief 5f the Channel fleet, has fehtdxjwn,hi* baggage to Poytfinbuth, and will hoift hid flag, on her arrival> on board the Queeh Charlotte, wiiieh failed from the Nore on Thttrfdav ^orning, having completed'her iibrcS, 8cc. A ' try analogy. V-towards eiUbttming the point "Tor wiiieh liord Daer contends in Scotland, vi$. the right dfthe-eldeft fons of Scots' Peers to reptetent Scots Counties or Boroughs in the jEioolY of Commons. The Hudfon, Captain Dowland, arrived at Poole from Newfoundland, in feventeen day?, ^reports that all the fhips rroni Poole were fafe arrived. The quantity of ice on the coaft daring winter has �beetf much greater than ever was known; arid even at the time the Hudfon failed it was1 very little kffeaed. The feafon for ieal-filbing has been1 Very nnfeceefsfut, and! ndt a^arttr part of off produced that might have) been expe&ed from a retrofpeft to former years. The Tcarcity of fiffi-w-v�ryjmach complained of, ; for on the 13th of Jurre^there was fcarcely a boat i in poffehlon of mope than one- quintal; ' An alteration iav&B beehittade in thd Weftent Circuit, tfirf fame' ftan� asWllbws i . '       WE$.f ERN CIR CUIT-Southampton.'  Wednefday,   July ,14,  at th* ' Caftfe of Wmcheiler. Town' and cdunty of Southampton.   The fame day, at the town of Southampton; Wilts. ^Saturday, July 17, at New Sarum-, Dorfet.   Tharfday, July 22,'at Dorchefter. Town and county of Poole.   The fame ?ay, at the Guildhall of the town of Poole. Devon;   Monday, July 26, at the. Cafile of J^xeter.       .... '     * Cornwall.   Monday, Auguft z, at Bodmin. Somerfet.   Monday,  Auguft o, at the city of Wells. City and cpunty oFBriftoIi Friday, Auguft 13, at the Guildhall of the city of Briftol, ; BRECON CI RCUIT/ The Hon. George Hardinge and A}el Miyfey* E/h. ' Radnorfhire.   Monday, Aug. 9, at Preiteigne. Breconfhirei   Saturday; Aug. yatchmen,offe of them, Attempting" to/ efcape over the houfe,, fell In^o, the 4reet, and .his* head coming againft- the jidiaes, was beat to pieces The others efcapeU. 1 --J MARRIED.] 6nThuxfdayIa;ft,atSt. James's chutch, Richard Mud'dj furgeonvto MifsCatha-'' rinc WheeJerjf of-St. James's ftreet.~i*QM ^atnr- in jur- ^^,.0tte/ MriRobe� ^owheyio^T^wervftreet/ Mifff Mary Sergeant, of Canno^ft^et. don Stone, to DIEt).]. On Friday laft, at Lewiiham, Mrs, Layton, wife of Mr. �dward Laytbrr, �f* the borough. --Friday laft, Mifs Edher Clark, 9$ RaquctKoart, Fleet-ftroeu .   

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