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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 6, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four' Pence. From TUESDAY, July 6, to THURSDAY, July 8,  1^90. 8^56 WEDNESDAY, July 7. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall,. July 6. '^'s HE King has been pleafed � N;ft(J grant to Roger Cum-' '^mmm^^A *the countyof ehefter>, WSM^S^^^ Efq; and hi* iffae,' his thority to take and ufe tne fumame of Sweten-ham only, in purfuance of mm? the laft will of Edmund Swetentiam, late of Som-inerford Booths in the county of Chefter, Efq; tieceafed; and alfo to order that this his Ma-jefty's conceflion and declaration be regiftered in his College of Arms. Office of Ordnance, July 5, 1790. Corps of Ro\al Engineer, Second Lieutenant John Camero^ from the Royal regiment of Artillery, ia appointed to be Se eond Lieuten-int, vice John Rutherford, promoted. Second IJeutfivnt Richard Fletcher, from the Royal regiment pt' Artillery, to be Second Lieutenant, vice Douglas Law- fon, promoted. Second Lieutenant George Lewis, from the Royal regiment of Artillery, to be Second Lieutenant, vice Ralph Henry ; Brujefee, prometed. Second Lieutenant Henry Evatt, from the Royal regiment of " Artillery,  to be- Second Lieutenant, vice John Finlay, promo red. Second Lieutenant John Mu4ge, from the Royal regiment of Artillery, to be Second Lieutenant. Commijfiou in the Gloucefter Militia, figned by the Lord-Lieutenant. Lionel payzand, Cent, appointed Lieusenant,   Dated March Cdmmffions jigned by bis Majefy for the Army in . Irelanddated May 31, 1790. � 5th Regiment of Foct, Enlign Tnomas Stopterd to be Licu-.. tenant, vice Gtiy, refigned. t)itto, Mr. Robert Luke Yeamantn be Enfign. t)itto, Lieutenant Thomas Bennett Grantham to be Captain, .vice Bokori, refigned. foitto, Enfign Samuel Madden to be Lieutenant. J5;uo, Mf. George Cr ker to be Enfign. Ditto, Mr William Frankl n to be Surgeon, vice Dabour-aied�, refigned. Ditto, Lieutenant John Bathe (9 be Captain-Lieutenant, vies Wacfon Sarh�-cl), re�gn�d. Ditto, Enfign Punbir Hamilton Price to be'Lieutenant. P'iUo, Mr- Frintis Willoughby to be Enfign. Ditto, Mr. William Bland to be Etfi^n, vice John Bland, refigned. �J J N K RV P * S. Richard Tttrner, late of Alnwick, but now of Broxfield, Northflmbe>la�id, butcherj to (brrender July 19, at fix, ic, ht eight, and Aug. 17, at fix,' at the White Swan, in Alnwick.   Attorney, Mr. Barber, in Newciftle upon Tyne. David Read, of the city of firiftol, fhopkeeper; to furren-�3er July it, and Aug. 17, at eleven, it the White-hart, in Droad-ftieet, in Brlitol. Attorney, Mr. Edward I>aniel, in BriftoJ, or Meff. G. and T. Pearfon, Pump-eourt, Temple. Dividends to be made* Thomas M'edffurrV, nf KrppMJ Yorkshire, and John Med-fturfr, of l-reds, merchants and copartners, (under the firm hf-'Ihomae arid John Medhrtrft) ; Aug. 2, at ten, at Crof-Ifcnd's Hotel and Tavern, in Leeds.   Final Dividend. Thomas Thornthwaite and Jame? Jacks, of Paternofter-row, in the ciry of London, taylors and copartners, furviving partners cf Jolfeph Thornthwaite, late of the fame place, tay-Jor; July 47s at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Smith, of Gracrthurch-I'rreet, London, tailorj July tl, ac ten, at Guildhal!, London. Samuel lijmas, of the Borotigh of WarwV ington, Somerfctihire, money-fcriveoer; July 29, at eliverr^ the White-lion,, in Broad-itreet, in the city of Briflol. jane Manby, of Pall-mall, Middlefex, milliner; July 17, at ten, at Guildhal', London. Dividends adjourned. trf^rge Setcole, of Bi&opfgate ftreer, in the c"ty of London, linen-draper; July ii, at ten, at Guildhall, London. .Robert Trotter, late of No'fjlk ftreet, in the Strand, iWfddlel�, tajlor; July �7, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Certificates tti bj granted. Ssmuel Buckley, of Maeelesfisld, ChcQiire, money-f.-ri-tner ; on.or before Juiy 47. Thomas Ireland^ of the city rf Chichefter, Suffix, bra-1' zisr and finman ; on or bef.ire July 4-. Lawrence Wen ham, cf Joiners.-hall-suiidings, Upper T'.i33ies-ftree^, in the city ct London, v.ine-uies&hant; on or bej'ore July 27. t~'.jlerday arrived the Mails from Hollahd and , Flanders. Vienna, June 16. After his Majefty has been crowned King of Hungary, the Hungarian nation will offer to convey all his noble Hungarian guards to Frankfort, whither the King has already dif-patched a trufty perfon to prepare lodgings for the Court. .The chains worn by the criminals condemned to bard labour have been changed, the King having ordered them to be made lighter, and that they fhall no linger be chained two and two together. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, July 5, Wind S. W-,, Arrived, and failed for the River, the Venus, Black, from '"Jamaica.. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's fhips Adventure, London, Q^een Charlotte, Brunfwick, Southampton, and Pomona; Termagant, Scout, and Wafp floops^j S\*ifc and Diligence pilots; a Dutch floop of war ; Johanna arina, Falfbergen, for Gibraltar ; Me^rmin, Van RolTum, for the Cape of Good Hope; and Smyrna, Britton, for Smyrna. Grave/end, July 5. Paffed by the Francis, Foreman, arid Walker, Walker, from Koningf-berg; Caroline, Edwards, from Quebec ; Favourite John, Duck; and William, Cabell, from Virginia; William, Bolton ; and Lord Rodney, Stimpfon, from Jamaica; Rofe, Craigs, from Calais; Fapny, -, from New-York; and Draper, Walker, from Dublin, LONDON. Yefterday at noon the Duke of Leeds dif-patched one of his MelTengers in Waiting with letters from his Grace's office, Whitehall, to Mr. Fitzherbert, his Majefly's Ambaflador at the Court of Madrid. Difpatches were ajfo fent off to Earl Govver at Paris. , , Yefterday morning fome difpatches were received at Whitehall from Nova-Scotia. All were well at Halifax the 1 ith of June. No intelligence had arrived of the naval praparations in Europe. The King's (hips were on the point of failing to their fummer ftations. Yefterday, at two o'clock in the afternoon, the Lord Chancellor waited on his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, at Carleton-houfe, with whom his Lordfhip had a private interview for upwards of two hours. His Serene Highnefs the Duke of Orleans had an audience of leave of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales yefterday at Carleton-houfe, previous to his departure for France. Some late advices received from Hungary, by the way of Vienna, announce, that the Diet of that kingdom had entered unanimoiifly into the following uncommon refolutions, which have a ftrong tin&are of that, democratic fpirit, fo prevalent at this period in all the countries of' Europe. j ill. That all diftin.r5t.ion between the Upper and .1 Lower Houfes of AiTembly fhall be abolifhed. 2d. That an exact journal of the proceedings ftlall be kept in the Hungarian language, and read every day, ^nd that the fame lhall be tranf-lated into the Latin language forthe conveniesce of Grangers. It mull bepbferved, that the Upper Houfe con-lilts of the great officers of the crown, the Counts, . Arehbiihops and Bifhops.   The Lower Houfe of ' the Equeftrian Order, the inferior Clergy, and Reprefentatives for cities. A letter from Aranjuez, of the iothult. mentions that the Spanifh Minifter, in his anfwer to the demand of M. Frafer, of reparation of the injuries fuftained by the capture and^detention of the Britifh veffels, had infilled that the points of right and faft ought to be previoully fettled, before any reparation could- with juftice be demanded by Great Britain". In this interval of ftifptnfe, Mn Fitzherbert, the Britifh Ambalfador, had fortunately arrived with more ample powers. Lettc/s from Carlfcrone, via Holland, received by yefterday's mail, ftate, that a terrible fire had broke out in that city, which had entirely con-fumed two thirds of the buildings: the docks 'and fleet were fortunately prefervedj but the army bake-houfes, &c. were totally reducedto alhes. This conflagration is fuppofed "to have originated from fome incendiaries, as the flame's buril out in feveral parts at nearly the fame moment. His Majefty has been.pleafed to appoint Andrew Balfour, Efq; Advocate, to be Advocate and Solicitor of Tythes, in the place of George Buchan Hepburn, Efq; appointed Judge-Admiral of Scotland. A Coroner's Inqueft was held laft week on, the body of a pot-wabbling elector, who died through excefs of eating; and it being long a matter of doubt what verdict fhould be given, one of the Jurors fagaeioujly remarked, ** that the man was attacked by hunger, which would break through a (tone wall, and it was no wonder that he fell in the contelt;" whereupon rhey adually brought in their verdift fe defendendo. If a Member be found guilty of purchaling an Elector's vote, it difqualifies him from his feat in Parliament; but if that Elector be the file Elector, i. e. the Proprietor of the^Borough, he can fell his vote to two Gen lemen in the open view-of the Twelve Judges, if he pleafes, and return them both to Parliament, legally, without any notice taken of the corrupt traffic ! CHESTER  CIRCUIT. The Hon. Ednv. Bear croft, and Francis Bur tan, Efq. Montgomcryfhire.   Monday, Aug. 9, at Welch-Pool, Denbighfhire.   Saturday, Aug 14, at Wrexham. FHntfliire. ;Friday, Aug. 20, at Mold. Cheihire.   Tharfday, Aug. 26, at Chefteft Extra;? of a Letter font Whitby, July t. " By letters received here this port, dated Memel, June 9, no mentioli whatever is made of an egage*neut between the Swedifh and Ruffian fleets; yet by our papers thei courier with the news was faid to pafs through that place on his way to Berlin on the 6th inftant; neither is any advice of that kind received with the Sound lift, dated Eliinuer, June 19. We may therefore hope this intelligence comes from a fimilar quarter that produced the account of the taking of Revel." Retuan ^"..Members to      New Parma ... me nt. Durham*   Mr. Burdon Mr�Mtlbank - Againft Sir John Eden Taunton.   Sir Benjamin Hammet Rfcv Holiday Againft Mr. Popham - Mr. Morland Sjhk*rkshire.   Mark Pringle, Efq. re-ele�led Bkrwic KSuiai.   Patrick Home, Efq. re-elected,! Radnor', &c.   Mr. Murray �Againft     Mr. Lewis Whixchurch, Hants.   Lord Mlddleton, rja-elefted Wig an".   John Cotes, Efq. re-ele�te9. 1388 ia8o 1417 204 196 179 173 609 313 The George Inn, at Chelmsford, a few days ago, fery narrowly efcaped deftrudlionhy fire, in the following extraordinary manner: a candle having been left burning by a maid fervant, in a room,, after fhe had put the children to bed; it was foon after difcovered, that it had been removed from the candleftick; and, a fearch being made by Mr. Dench, the matter of the hoafe, it was found, that a parcel pf rats had conveyed it into their hol�: a quantity of water was then poured into the place, and it was now fuppofed all was fafe. The lady of the adjacent houfe having, it feems, a habit of infpe&irjg her apartments every night before fhe \vent to bed, to fee that all was fafe, was, -according to her ufual cuftom, going over her apartments this night at a late hour, when fhe perceived a. fraall light Jhine frdm the joift of Mr. Dench's houfe, which foon increafed in magnitude. On this fhe alarmed Mr. Dench, who juft arrived at the fpot in time to prevent the moft_dreadful confequenccs. A Chelfea Penfionw in the Weft of Scotland, on his^Majefty's birth-day, after getting, himfelf^ completely drunk, out of his abundant zeal, actually fet fire to his own hoafe, by way of bonfire, which was foon reduced to afhes.       .   ,_.   � Early yefterday morning the fhop of Mr. Croome, linen-draper, in Cannon-ftreet, was broke open and robbed of linen, muflin, &c. to the amount of upwards of three hundred aitd ffty poundsi 4 A public-houfe in Lamb's Conduit-ftreet was, on Monday night, or early on Tuefday morning, broke open and robbed of cafti, &c. to the value of 500I.   - , �- MARRIED.] On Saturday laft; at St. Andrew's, Holborn, Mr. Bogue, bf Southampton-buildings, to Mrs. Mafon> of Commerce,row, Blackfriars.-Yefterday, John Chapman, Efq; of Wood-ftreet, Mrs. Juftice, of Appleford, in Berkfhire. GENERAL POST-QFFICE, July 6th, i7;o. THERE, are the flrongeft Reafons to believe, that one WILLIAM LEW IN1 S, th>; 1'erfon advertifed in the London Gazette of the 26th Jui>e laft, and in all the London Paper* about that Time, by the Names of WILLI Alvl LOWNDS or LOWINS, otherwi/e WILLIAM HOPE,'on Sufpicion of haying robb*d the Mail between Penritn and Kefwick oh' the '45th F.tb�uary, 1790,- is the Perfon who alfa robbed the Mail between Warrington and Nbrthwich, nn lb 6>ath March, 178S, and like wife robbed the Mail between Cbefttr and Frodfham the 29th June, 17*9- ...A.  ... . The faid Wil|ram LewinawM born in the Patifii of Aftbury, n'ar Congleton in CheuSire, and w 3 married at Alfreton in Dtrby/hire the 1 ith July, 17S5, to Amie Clarke. He lived at Chefterfield in Dorbyfliire for. about two Years previous to 'he fir ft Robbery of tue Mail, and followed the Bufinefa of a Weaver. He negociated a Bill of Exchange for 40', which was taken nut of the faid Mail, at Chefte.fi;ld a few Days after that Ro' bery. t On the 22d March, 17?!?, h" negociated to MelTrs..Rope'r and Rayner, of Leeds, another Bill of Exchange taken oct of the lam-. Mail, for 69I. 5s. 6d. which he endorfed in the Name of " Wm. BROWN." On the i3th of April, 1788, he negociated to Meflrs. Wilberforce, Smiths �nd Co. of Hull, a Bill of Exchange for in), likewife taken out of that Mai), and indorfed the lame Name, �* Wm. BROWN," thereon. . He abfconiled from '^hefterfieU in the fame Month, and was advertifed in the London Gazette of the soth May, JjSS. . Oh the nth A-ril, 1789, about Eleven Weeks-previous to the 49th June,-1 7^9, the Day  n which the Mail b�ween Chefter aad t'rpdutim was robbed, he went with his Wife and Child to live af Beaumaris in North Wares, aflumihg tlje Name of WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, and lodgdd with one Mrs. Cony : In a few Days after this Robbery, he ab-fconded from Beaumaris, and early in Auguft following he negociated a"ft>xford a Bill of Exchange tor 14I. tin which was taken outof this Mail, and indorled it in the Name of �� Wm. MALL.'* The faid William Lewinsis about 3$�r 36 Years of Age", 5 Feet 8 or 9 Inches high, (lout-made, of a dark Complexion, has remarkable gobd blaek Hair, which he htely wore tied behind, has a fl >rid Complexion, large Lips, i� rather heavy limbed, arrd thick about the Aneles, and has a Wife whofe Chriftian Name is, and whom he generally called Amy: It is fupaofed that he went with his Wife and a little Child between 2 or 3 Years old, named P"lly, to Ireland, in the Autumn Of J788, and returned to Beaumaris in tie Spring of 1789. Whoever fhall apprehend and convict, or ciult to be apprehended bdJ convi^ed the fad William Lewius, of any of . the fiid RgW>eneraf the M*il, will be intitled to a Reward of TWO HUND'RED POUNDS, ovf, and abuve the Reward given by Act of Panfame t for apprth^niing of Highwaytnen ; or if any Perfon, whether an Accomplice in any of. inn Uid. Robberies, or knowing thereof, ./hill mak D�fco�eiy whereby tj;e fa i William Lewins may b; appre-hended arij brought to Juft oe,. inch Dlfc.iversr >iill, upon Conviilion of the Party, be intiticd to t'nf fame Rewaro, of TW.O HUNDRED POUNDS, and will aifo receive His M jift)'8 moft Gracious Pardon. By Command cf the Poftmafter General, '1^92] ANTHONY DODD, Sec. To the gentlemen, Clergy, Yeomanry* and Freeholders of the County of KENT. Gendernien, ' -..'.-> IRetarn my moft grateful Thanks to thofr Friends who honoured me with their Votes and Support at the hit Election, and to the County in general for the diftm* guithed Marks of Favour and Confidence tbey have invariably lhewn me Hpon former OccJfions. )        1 am, Gentlemen, Your much obliged and moft obedient rmmble Servant,  ! C. MARSH AM. -The MatR,: July, i, i79e&,s. 1-7*7 LONOON ANNUITY SOCIETY. THE Members are'defired to attend a General Meet'rng_of the laid Society,  at their Houfe in Old Flfli-ftreet, near St. Paul's, on Wednefd 7, the 14th Ir.ft. at Four o'Clocicin the Afternoon, on fpecial Affairs. 1  3y Oruer of the Directors, THOMAS DEEELE, Secretary. July r, 17CO. ' [i7tp LEGACIES to be -PAID. THOSE that can prove, to the Satisfaction of the Perfons concerned, in the laft Will- of the laitk ISABELLjELA,RY, of Keod�V .WeCjnorland, Spinftc, that' tliey a,�e either firft or feoonTl Coufins^ are defired to-at-tend at the Houfe of George Cravens, hauhpUilr, in Kendalr on Thurfday the 9th of September, 1790, there'and t!:en t-> fign fuch. Papers as lhall be laid.b^fo e them, �M agree ori a Day to make a- Diftribution of fuch Part of the EffecTl as is in Hand. f J7J�� CARDIGANS H 1 R. ft. NOTICE � hereby given^ That a General Meerhjgof the Ttuitees afpjinted by, and. in Puf-fuance of, an Act, entitled, *' An A^ct for repairing and � widening feveral Roads in the Oaunty of Catdigan," will be held at the Dwellih�-hbufe of Lewis Evans, Innhoider, in the Town ti Aberyftwith, in the faid Qouuty, on Tharfday,th� 15th Day of July^nextj at the Hour of Eleven in the Fore-nooa; in order ro take into Confideratipn an Application � be made to Parliament for the Renev^al 0/ the faid-Act, and what neW.Roads may be (feemed nece/Tjry to beinlerted therein, for the general lebefit and Adtintagtof the fa!d Countyi--June20, 1790. Hi HUGHES,    * >729 I   ._     .',   '. " Clerk tu th; Trufteesi r-      L   A   w.       ]      "       ' AYoung Gentleman, who has received a liberal. Educarion, regularly bred   to the Prof^flj-in of the Law, and lately admitted an Attorney, would be happy to form a Parrne.rftiip Connection wi ^,sn Attorney at Character, and in refptfctable Practic:. TheAdyettifer wiil be fat'fified with a fmall Shatenf th� Emoluments, his principal View b.ing to cUim theRepefit and Confideiice of the Gentleman he might be s'jrinected with, by an activs Attention to the feveral Branches of the Pfo-feffion. r      ,    .     ... Any Par^ulars rel-�.kive~to Character, Knowledge, &n"., [� a Cen-leman of the fi* ft Refp:ft bHity in the Profeffi a will -fatisfy. 4-   t i.   . �" .   ' Lstrers, addreffed to C. H. at Mr. Crtlttwell*.', Printferj Sherb'j: ne, Dfjrfet, will be dnly attended to.       .X';7*� -To be DISPOSED of, - THE Remainder of a Lealej^of whicll FonfV ' teen Years were unexpired at L dyDay 1tft>,of a good DWELUNG-T|0.USE,1n thoroughRrpairi fit for the Reception of a lares Family,, with a ICitcheh Gardeh; walled-and covvred witli t'-e cho.ceit Fruit-Trees in -f.-M Bearingi with a Grape-Houfe in fu 1 Fr.  afid an Jce-Hcufe, together with a confiderabt-Quantity of excellent Pafture an'l -f.;mo inc!t>fe4 Atifele* Land. -t>�ft��ee 'fr>m Isonddrr-Thirty-Miles, Eight MUes North of Hertford, and only Half a Mile from the Ttirrpike Road to London. Fi-r further Particulars* 'nquire of Mr. Henry AUngtr>n, Attorney, inHertfVfdj or of Mr. John Moore, Survey"!1, at Ho-ldefrlnn. ['675 -HOUSE near the LAKES to be LETT, Ai'd sneered upon at Michaelmas next.  ' AModern - Ijujlt "H O US t, ( fituated at ULVgjLSTON* Laneafliire) fit for the Accommodation of a large Family} with'Stables, Coach-Houfe, and alarge Garden, wal ed and planted with Variety of the choicest Fruits.     '  Ulverfton is.fituated In a fporttng ^ouflrry (a Pack of Hounds are kapt near fhe Town),-has agood Neighbourhood, and a'cheap and excellent Market. For further Particulars inqu'ife of Mr. WHllam Fell, UU verfton, Mr. E. K. Jones, No. 34, Mark-lanej Lotidoa J or Mr. Edward Kendall, near Abergavenny.   ^     f *773 '      ~"        AC ARB. To the   MUSIC A'L WORLDj Parliament-ftreet, Weftminfter. CRANG HANCOCK, Pan tent EE of th� ROYAL GRAND PIANO FORTE, with various Improvements, denres moft refjiectfull and moft gratefully to acknowledge his Obligations to the Nobility, Gentry, and Mufical Profefibrs, for their very liberal A m 'Backing, mnd fj-from Landon, in a fportin^ Country abounding with C�mr. Comprifing th� Qoit-Ren'S, Finei, Herriots, Gonr:s-L't*, and :Court;-Jlar.n; the perpetuil Adv |i(ta.H"ufe aid Landi of Saling H*ll, w.tb the fe-' veral d.-^rfiible coinpait F-Tms,- called Bet:s and Playls, Ba� cons, Arjjofds, SJuitbrd H-li, Hubbardsr and MichoK ton-taining t-�gttaer abuut i -,pO Acres -with tf�� Grt-ar Tyihe' arifiog from J576'A^res in the !' rilh of Great-Sal ng. Parrictrlarsand C�idi:ioi'is may be bad at l*aft 14 D.iyf ' preceding the S�lej uf whkh tsmsly Notice wia be given.   

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