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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 8, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O  N Price Four Pence. From T H U R S DAY, July 8,  to  $A T tJ R DA Y, July  io, 1790. 8857 )0M - : � 4r FRIDAY, July 9. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE.: Vibkna, June 9. ^j^^p ,,t HOUGH the Wfc letters E>/~^%^$C>- from Corrftantinopie af-fe�t a warlike tone, it is evident, that the people* who are under the Tor-. kilh. Government wiih ardently for peace. The UV^^^W^'^ firft divifion of the fleet, 'n coni'equencj of the ^-0?5^�^^'^>V:y' prefling orders" of his Highnefs, has left the Arfenal, and on the firlt of hh month was at anchor in-the Canal; it confifts of five caravelles, as many frigates, and other veflels of a foialler force. The fecond divifion was to leave the Arfenal in a fortnight after ; and the third by the end of the month. Thefe delays are entirely occafioned by the want of failors, .who , cannot be procured, arid Government is obliged to employ the Afia'ticks to man their fliips, as they did laft year. The fame letters make mention of a fmall fquadron of armed veflels which is cruizing in the' Arclvpelago, and which has been fent there by the Barbary Powers to fupport the Porte againft the Ruilian privateers, who, by thefe means, can attempt nothing in thofe feas. The day bjfora yefterday a courier extraordinary'arrived here from Madrid, who delivered 'his difpatches into the hands of his Majerty. As nothing has yet tranfpired of the contents, our politicians conjeclure tint their purport is to ri-queit our *ood offices to accommodate the differences between England and Spain; but that is very improbable, as the Ho'ufe of Auftria is not at pre fent at leifure to charge itfelf with fuch a negotiation; others, on- the contrary, imagine them to be relative to fome family arrangements., in which our Miniiter interefts himielr very �much. Vienna, June 23. The following account is published here by authority : " On the 2d inftant our troops,, having taken �poiTeflion of the city, inverted the fortrefs of Chi-urghero. " The fame evening the Turks made a fally, but were driven back. In the evening of the third, our batteries had commenced a brifk fire, irad had filenced fome of the neareft batteries of the enemy. " The Turks continued to make, r.ight and day, at leaft two Tallies againll our � trenches and batteries, but were conftantly resulted by our foldiers, who advanced within eighty paces of their glacis. On the 3th at night the enemy having received a reinforcement onthe fide towards Rudzuk, attacked our troops, forced cur trenches, and feized the artillery of our batteries. Prince de Cobourg, finding it was im-poffib'.c to recover our entrenchments, refolved to raife the fiege, and encamp at the diitauce of two leagues. Generals Anefefs and Thurn, w,';o commanded the trenches, were both killed, which prevented our knowing ihe fuperiority of the enemy in time to fu-ccour the troops under their command. " 'I he returns of the killed and wounded not being made out when the courier fet OiT, Prince de Cobourg will fend it hereafter. In the mean  have happened at a gentleman's houfe on Richmond Hill, forrie time ago, by fome arfenic being put into fome bottfel of brandy ; which was found out by the footmaii before the family had drunk much of it. Ufiori examination it was proved to be the houfe-maid/ a woman whom tliey had taken into fhe hoafe oufof charity. In her defence Ihe fald fhe had no intention to hurt any body, but only meant to fpoil the brandy. Early oa Ij^ednefday morning,/ai Mr. Fraser and Mr. Smith, of Qxford-ftreet, were comifig to town in al poftrchiife, they were flopped on Hounilaw-heath b|r fingle highwayman, well mounted en a bright bay gelding, who demanded their purfes; upon which Mr. Frazer inftantly inappedayiftol at bim,-but from fome accident it did not.^-6 pff.. The highwayman then' fired at Mr. Ftkzei, and wounded him defperateiy in" the right -lhoalrfer; took: his purfe, watch and pocket-book ; but refufed to take any thing from Mr. Smith, and immediately rode off... j MARRIED.] On Wednefday, H. Prideaux, jun, E% fecond fon.ofH. Prideaux, Efq; of Place Noun, in Cornwall, to Mifs St. Aubyn,. eldeit daughter of the late Sir John St. Aubyn, Bart, and filler to the prefent.-On Tuefday lalt, at St. Luke's church, Old-ftreet, George Urlin, Efq; City Road, to Mifs S. Clarke, of Taber-nacle-row,-GityrRoad.-On Tuefday, at Richmond, John Thorpe, Efq; to Mrs. Jane Holland. DIED.] Oh Wednefday, at her ho'ufe at Hamp-flead, Mrs. Draper, daughter of Mrs. Draper, formerly midwife to her Majefiy. Alonumcnt - Yard, London. HIBBS refpe&fully informs the Nobility and Gentry, that his,ORANGE SHRUBS are at this time in the higheft perfeftion poflible.-Order* for any quantity, not lefs than two gallons, of either Rum-Shrub, or Brandy-Shrub, executed on the lowed money terms. Cards of Prices mayx be had at the Ware-febufe. [1106 For killing Game, guns and twisted-barrels, to be fold that are bored on an improved plan, as the lhorteil of them will hit the. Mark at 100 yards, and bury the fhot in the wood with much lefs recoil than other guns, and at 60 yards no Bird on the Wing can efcape; and to prevent imposition by any falfe aflemon any Gentleman may fee them tried at Mbllor's Manufactory, near Whitecirfipel Turnpike, London ; where he bores any found barrel for Two Guineas,,to moot in an open field, in the fame 'manne^^rrNote, No letters will be received as above but what are poft-paid.     [ 1810 -'.  ' LEGACIES to be PAID. THOSE that can prove, to. the Satisfaction of the Ferfons concerned, in the laft Will of the late .Tt.ABEl.L ELAR.Y, of Kendal,' Welvmoiland, SjM-ifte\ that�^Jt;y axe ciciier tf.ft or fecoitti Chains, �re deiircj to attend at the Houfe cf GeorgeCrJveis, la '.holder, i   diere and then in ii^n fueSi i\ � rs as lhall be laid'brr'o e them, an.l a^ree on a Diy to niJK-; a Diftribution of fu�t Par? of the Eft'efts as "s in Hand. f'75* L    A    w AYoung Gentleman, who has received a liberal i.duc2tion, regularly bred ta the Profeflnn of the Law, , and kue!y. admitted an Attorney, would be happy t> t\:rny a Parrneifljip Cynneflion v\i:h an Attorney of Clu-railer, and in rsfpedt.ble Praflice. ^he Avivertl'fer will be fatiVfied with a fmall Share of th^ Emoliiments, iiis priptipai View btiug to cl ,jin the Refpetl a,id Co .ndciiceof t >e Gtntlfmjn.he mi^htbe conceded with, bv an active Attention 10 the Icveral Branches of the Pro-fe�lii>n. Any Particulars relative to- Character/ KLnawledge, &c. a Gen leman of the flft Refpcii bility in the Profeflion will fatisfy. Letters, addrefcd     C, H. at Mr. Cru'ttwell's, Printer, Sherborne, Doifec, will be duly attenjed to. {"17S* A    C A R D. To the. MUSICAL WORLD. Parliament-ftreet, Weftminfter. CRANG HANCOCK, Pantentse of the ROYAL GRAND PIANO FORTE, with various Improvements, defire3 moft refpeftfull and moft gratefully to ackniwIeJge his Obligations to. the Nobility, Gentry, and Mufical Profiflbrs, for th'^r very liberal Appro'ja ion and Patronage of his Inftrumencs : He humbly preluraes to hope that his honoured Patrons will be pleafsd to accept this Acknowledgment, in Testimony of his Senfe of their Coun-t nance, and that they, will bj/affured his highelr Ambition is to delcrve their Commands by an" unwearied Att-niton to the fuperior Excellence of his Iriftinnnents'. For Brilliancy of Tone| for keeping in Tune, and fax Workmanlhip, he "is bold to fay they arc abfolucely unequalled, and now earneftly re-quefts that all Pj;r(ons about to purchafe Instruments will he firft pteafed to honour him with a Trial in Parliament-ilreet, and then g've the Prefeience'as their Judgment /hall dbrect. The Prices of Hancock's Patent .Pi^ria-Fotfes, gre from 25 to 100 Guineis, according to Quality,-fcize, &c.   [1656 Essex to be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. RUSSELL, , In Aoguftaext, at the White-Haii Inn, at Becking, Eflexi ., .   in fundry Lots, � THE valuable  MANORS  of   GREAT-SALING, SHALFORT), and NICHOLS, the De-mefne-Ljnd^, and fundry FREEHOLD ESTATES, with the perpetual Adeowlbn of the Vicarage and Great-Tythe J of the Parifll of Great-SaLngi and Donatite of Little- f Salinig. .       ,   t '        ,   [1686 Situate in she P'ariflits' of GTeat-S;jlingi L'tile Sa'ir-g, Stebbing, Shalfard, Weathersficld, and Ri'nje,- in the faid Codnty of EU'exj about-j. Milds from Bock'utg, and 45. from London, in afporttng Country abounding with Ca;oe. Compriung the Qmt-Rerits, K>nc>,   Harnots,  Ccurts-Leet, and Cffurts-Bar^n j-the perpetual Advowfon of the Vicarage rff Great-Sal'mg and Donative of Li.ttle-Sjlisg j alfo tlje Msnfiori:Houfe and Lands of Siting Hall, with the fe-�sral df Arable cottipaft F�rms; called Betts and PI avisBa- ^ tconJi Airnoldsi Shalford-Hall, Hubbardsi and" rlichol's, con-', tainibg togetlwr about i jeo Acres;, with ,the Great-Tythe , ariflng from        A: into the Cu'untqr. A fo Sets cf Wrought Iron Furniture, at 10I. kept in R*�f-pair at jos. per Year. N. B. A" elegant AfTortment of London and Shdfie'Kl Knives anJ-F�rks, upon very low Terms, for rladiy Money. Warm andVGetd Barhs to fell aad left.     ....    11811 L . lathjwie, 1790; L I N Q O L N S H I R E. To  be  LETT, For a Term of Years, And entJte^ upon at Micharijias nejic. , ALL that well-known and pood>-accuHomed INN, cahV.'lbe ANGEL, eligibly fitu'ated in tha Marktt- Place at BR1GG in trie County of Lincoln, a good Polin^-Town, on the high R.*ad from Hull to London, with the Gut-building.*, VaV's, Ga-dens, and Appurte-bjbccs thereto aojoining and belonging } and alfo Fifty^'revfii Aciis (or thereabouts) cf enclofed Arable Paftu/e, and MsadoA- Ground, in high Cultivation, conveniently' fituated near to the Town of B.-i % 5 and how In -tits-^OccitpauoH of Mr�. El'zabeth Jones, Widow. The Stock on the Prertufes, with a Share In,the Bartoi and Londoi Sta^e Coaches (wl.ich go through Brigg every D.'y) to b: taken with tk; Inn at a fair Appraifement. Further Particulars may be obtained bj applying perf inally, or by Letter (Poft'paid), to Mr. Richard Nichi>ifonf. Att'M nry a; Law, in Brigg. * I'57r , FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD FARMS'. HEREFORDSHIRE. To  be   SOLD  by   AUCTION, At the King's-Arms Inn, at Rofs, in the Caunty of Here-furd, on Wednefday the Fourteenth Day of Jbly Inttanr, -   between the Hon s of Twelve and T*ro o'ClocK, *w-WO' Capital -ESTATES, called GRINr A - DOM and WOOBACH, adj .ining t>t:ether } confining of rwo'ronvenicnt Farm Hmif s, wth fu'tcbl; Out-butld-ings, and 300 Acres (StJtute Mealur'e) cf Arabl�j 14�*do�*, ond Pafture Land, ab.mr 40 A�rts of which ate good Orchard, fituate andb'ing in th'i Faif�h of Upton-Bi(ho;>, in the County of Hereford} in' the 0�eupation of lvlr. Stephen Pearce, z% Tenant-by Leafe thereof for feven Years, it a yearly Rent of above aool. ckarof a.l Tsxes and Repairs (^except the Land-T x) and wll wcrth the annual Rent of 2501. Part of Woobach Farm is held for a Term of 4003 Ye-;r?j under a fmaii Chi: f-Rent IfRiing thereout, 3X06 Yeais whereof are nrw unexpired ; and the other P:rt with G.indnh-Farm is FiecholJ ; an i ih\ie ate n.iw gro*ing on the Pre-mifes about 800 Oak, Elm, and Alh Trees* Said Farms are diilant 14 Miles from the Cities of Hereford and Glauseiler^ eight Miles from Ledbury, two Miles frorn the Market-Town^ of Rofs,.and a^oot three Miles from the navigable Ri*eV Wye. ^           [17.95 For Particulars.apply to Melfis.1Ciiby-and Lem�', Attor-nirs, Briftol-j Mr. Richaid Edmunds of the Exchcqusr-O.hce of Pl�ii> Lincoln's-Inn, London '; Mr. Thomas Pbilpjtt, Monmouth j Mr. 0. W. Counfell, Attorney ac Law, Gloucerter j apd to, Mi. John Ton�, Timber-Merchant, in Rofs afbrefafd', who will tJieyv tfce Prewfes. -�:   "* �'   --      'L ' '     �  ' " (une.^o, 1790. SEMINARITvfdr the LIBERAL EDUCATION of YOUNG MEN. m the feveral DepartmentJ of Life; THE MANCHESTER ACADEMY" wa^' iutiituied upon the Diffoiution of the Academy at Warrington, and is fupported by publie Siibfcription, for the following purpofrs i To provide.        . ;i. A full-and fyftematic'Courfe.of Education for Divines* 'a. Prepiratoty Infti liilions for.thofe intended for the other learned Profeffions, 3. A Courfri of I.ibersl Education tot young Men defignei for Civil arid Commercial Life. In Execution of this Plan, a large and.handforae Building has been ere�ed> containing a Comhjon Hall, Library, Lecture Rooms j &c, wgither^ with a Houfe'for the Divinity Profeflbr, and eunveiiitr-.t Apartments for feveral Studthtsi That the Puolic may judije hm farfeiis Sentiija'ry is a'dapteo* to the l*urp'ol'es of its Elrabiimmeat, the following View is given 6� & Lectures which h-veb�n delivered in it during the paft Seflion", by; the Rev. THOMAS. BARNES, D. D. (to wham the Superintendence of' it is cd'm'mitted)', the Revi Mr. LLOYD, and Mr. FkANCIS NICHOLS. N. B. Every LeSure .egolarly employs one hour; Juadthe? feveral Gourfes of Led ares are fo arranged, as to fill up tlii Time of the Rujj'rht with various and intereliing Stud^ti Latin, in different ClalRs. Greek, in di'ttol .Hebrew'. . . . Criticif'ms dpon the Greek Teitanieat; Evidences,' &C. oF ChriftiahitJ. Logic;   \- ' Mor 1 Philofopriy; Laws and Conftitutioa of England^ Englffc.Graminjr. Theory of Language. Comp jfiriort �nd Elocution. G-ographiy, Phylkal and Local.       ;  . _ Wa hematics, Inddding Arithrhetic, Algebra j- Geometry, &b. The Mfthe-matjcal Branches of N.atiiral Phtlofophjfi including Mechanics, Hydtoftatics, Opttcsj. Aftr* nomy, Sec. .-   v � Marfcrs in 'Fieoch, Writing, &cl fit. -haver attehde'd Id. the Hall cf tha Acaccmy; eveiy VVctli.' , taifau Particultrs nri.iy be had bjJ."^?plylog to the'Reti Dr. BqniEi.     �.     .'.<- � " N.B. The next SfiSoa opens on tac iri^sjiday liiStfi wmb�K '    '* /'"v   . ' (ij&i   

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