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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 10, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L    O Price Four Pence. From  SATURDAY,  July  io, to X U E S D A V,  July i 3,   1790. MONDAY, July 12. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, July io. %$'�$'~**&?^A to grant to Wm. Drury, of Denby and Locko, ciSpj ':'V' in the county of Derby, ivjgjjii; Efq; his royal licence and authority that he and lus ilTue may affume and ufe the furname and bear ^ ,. the arms of Lowe, pur-^IVJr fuant to the Ian. will of 3"iis relation Richard Lowe, late of Denby and Locko aforefaid, Efq; deceafed ; fuch arms being dnly exemplified according to tb^e Laws of 7Vrms,-and recorded in the Herald's Office ; and ilfo to order that this his Majefty's conceflion and declaration t�e resriilered in his College of Arms. [The Gazette contains tfie Addrefles to the King from the two Houfes of the lrifh Parliament, and alfo the Addrefles to the Lord Lieutenant. J 'RETURNS of COIN �o3t,RAIN. From June tS to July 3, 1750. 	Quar-	Price*	|	Avst	age Price 	tera;			per	Quarter. 		1.     s.	d-   \	i.	1.    6. .Earley -�	i707	2C04 19	6   |	1	3     S fees.is   -	945	ij 69   7	4 i	1	4     � Aii'.t    -	87*	14SG   7	I 1	1	14    0 Oats     -		3315 '9	8   1	0	19    z f'eaft    -	1    611	1086   1	v 9	1	is     2 ht    T		29S 16		1	10     5 Rape Seed	1__	-----	_	_	-   - "Wheat   -	1  4896	'3341 16	10	1	14    6 .               War-Ojfice, July jo, 1790. ftoyal Regiment of" Horfo-Guards, J;hnElleyv Gent, is appointed to be Qoa>ter - Mailer., by turchafe, vice-  Wadman, who retires. Ditto,- John Law, Gent. tt� be Cornet, by purchafe, vice T.Vernon Dolphin, who retir s.' Second (or tbe Queen's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Lieutenant Will,am Keniy N*ewton, from the 7th Regiment of Foot, t� be Lieutenant, vice WlllUm Davenport Talbot, whoi exchanges. iDitto, David FinTay, G  vice Captain Henry Page; who .retires. Ditto, Wil liam Wheaiiy, Gent, ta b� EoCgn, vies Sanuei , Tufrsell. Ditto, the H in. Captain Cruites Monfon to be Captain of a Co.npany, by puichafe, vice Colonel Sir John Dyer, who leiires. Ditto, Enfign Henry Wa'rde to be Lieutenant, vice the Hon. ,Cay>t. Charles Monfon. Ditto, t''e Hon. -- Bathurft to be Enfign, vice Henry Warde. Ditto, John Spencer Smith-, Efq; to be Enfign, without purchafe, vice the ,Hon. Septimus Wert, promoted in tl:e 2' th Foot. ^ Regiment of Foot Guards, Enfign Georg? \furray, from the 34th Regiment to be Enfign, by purchafe, vice Archi-,bJld Caii pbell, vvh*) retires. ii B.-tttdlion of the Reyal;, Lieutenant James Ron?!Jf;>n, fr pa the h2lf-p?.y of the late ?jit Regiment, to be L'eutc-nanr, vice William� Wrighr, who exchtnges. 3d Regiment of Foot (or the Ruffs) Qu.irt-r-Maffer Ssr-jeant Thomas Hawkins, to be ^arter-M ater, without ptrchale, vice William Burr, app.ihted to aa Enfijncy in the Invalids. 6r}> Regiinent of Foot, John Ekircs, Gent, to be Enfign, by purchafe, vice James E. Stuart, promoted ia the 7tn  Foor. ^rVi Regiment of Foot (or the Royal Fuzikcrs), Lieutenant William Davenpo'rt Ta'.bot, from the avl Rc3im.er.t0f Dr'gion Gunrdr, to b: Lieutenant, vice William Henry N.wtor, who exchanges. D .to, Euhgn the Hon. James E. Stu.irt, from the 6;h Regi-jnent of Foot, to le Lieutenant, by purchafej vict Gsorge Orby Hunter, whuretires. 9'h Regiment of Foot, Enfign Henry Stopford to be Lieu-ten int, without purchafe, vice George Reyn-'Us, deceafed. 14th Regiment of Foot, the Hon. George Carnegie to be Enfign, by puuhaf.-, vice WUi'uiii S. Granty yihi reti .es. \fth Regiment of Fort, Enfign P. Acland to be L'-eutenant, by purch fe, vice William H.FielJe, who retires. Ditto, James Ritchie, Gent, to be Enfign, by purchafe, vice W. Palmer Acland. A 18th (or the Royal) lrifh Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Nathaniel Ligoe Card, from the 7th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, to be Lieuteharu, vice Hu^h Moore, who exchanges.            ...      \ iSt'o R�girrt*''-t of Feet,' Lieutenant William Dacres to be C.;ptiin-l.ieutenant, vice tbe Hon. 5-epti i us Weft, who is pi iced on the half- pay.of the 84th, vice James Lundin. 29th Regiment of F. ot, Enii. n Stuart Douglas to be Lieutenant wichou-t purch-f'," vice Ecward SteDh'oofe who re-tires. Ditto Joftph Clavey, Gent, to be Enfign by purchjfe, vice Stuart Douglas. .. 30th Regiment of Foot, Ma^r-General fiir Henry CalJer, Ban. to be Colonel, vice Maj. r-General William Roy, de-cafed. 3ad R-ginaent of Foot, James King, Gent, to be Enfign kypurvhife, vice Thomas Your";, who d.cliues. . 33d Regiment of F.ot, Lieuteivant Ralph Gore to be Adjutant without purchalt, vice John Fox, who refigns. J4th Rc^inient of Foo', Lijuter-ant William Henry Clin-^ao, t'roai Uac      jUfctsaent t^biftiiS Di�jo�o-', to be Cap- tain of a.Company, by purchafe, vice William BU'cItwood, who retires. 48th Regiment of Foot, Francis M'Colioh, Cent, to be E.fign, by puichafej vice Thomas Cuilello, promoted in the 58th Regiment. 2d Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant TIarcSurt Mafter to be Captain of a Company, by purchafe, vice Charles Merry, who retires. x r 53d Regiment of Foot, H fpital-Mate Gro""rge M'Lam^ bur^h, to be Surgeon, without- purchafe, vice Andrew' Gretvcs, removed to the 15th Regiment cf Light Dragoons.  Ccth (or the Royal American) P.egJment of Foot, Wiliiam Keville Hart, Gent, to be Entign by purcnafe, vice Robert Gordon, promoted. �  65th Regiment of Foot, Enfign George Oliver to be Lieutenant by purchafe, vie- Alexander Boyd, who retires. Ditto, Sidney Beckwith, Gent, to be Enligo, vice George Oliver. 67-h Re. ^inKnt of Fo^t, Enfign Thomas W-'Hern Sh'.r1eyj to fce Lieutenant without purchafe, vice Robert Djh. Dolton deceafed. Ditto, Wiiliam Huey, Gent, to be En k�r; to I'unender July. 17, Zj, w,d Aujj. :t, at eleven, at Guiidtull, London. Att-irney, Mr; flolltr.d, Concy-coAjrt, Giaj's-inn, Hol-born. ^Anthony Hartmornf, of Eilhopfgate ftreet, London, linen-dnptr; to firriencitr Aug. 7, 9, and 21, at ebven, at Guildhall, Lorrdvn. Attorney, Mr. Willey, B^ing'iall-ftreet. David Patou, hte of Oxford-ftreet, Middlefcx, linen-diapcr ; to furre'nder July 17,31, and Aug. 21, at ten, aV Guildhil', London. Attorney, JVlr. J. G. Blair, Lancaller-court, brand. Samuel Harvey, late of Wickford, F.fTex, but nov� a pri-foner in the King's-benchj draper; to furrender Aug-. 7, 9, and ii, at eleven, it Guildhill, London. ' Attorney, A. and J. Welton, Fencuurch-ftieet. Richard Thomai, of Ludlow, Salop, ironmonger; to. furre.ider July 21, 72, and Auj. 21, at el'.ven, *at the Angel Iob, in Ludlow. Attorney, Mr. Jam� Kinnerfley, of Ludlow. Ralph Thomzs, of Ludlo*, Saloi*, fadler; to furrinder July 21, 2*, and Aug. 21, at eleven, af tbe Angel Inn, in Ludlow.   Attorney, Mr. [amcs Kianrrfl.-y, of Ludiow. Juhn Tingl-, of Kettering, Northamp'jjnlhire, miller; to fuirnoer July 23, at fix, 14, and Aug. 21, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Atcornies, Meff. Kindetley and Long, Symond's inn, Chancery lane. William Hull, of Ludlow, Sal�p� rr.ercer; to furrender Jufy it, 22, and Aug. 11, at eleven, at the Aiigel Inn, in Ludlow. Attorney, Mr. I iruothy Matthews, at Ludlow, Salop, or MelL Hill and Meredith, No. 15, Gray's inn. James 'MeLing, late of Oidhara, Lancafhire, hardivare. man, cheefemooger, and c�rn-merchint ; to furrender July 17, at eleven, 23, and Auguft 21, it twelve^ at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Ingham, Craven-flr�t, City Road. Dividends to be mane. Benj.imin Mee, late of Fenohurch ftreef, in tie city of London, merchant; Aug. 7, at ten, atGailahal), Thomas Marfliall, of Gofport, Hants, linen draper; Aug. 2, at ten, at the Bugle Inn, in Tiuhiield. Daniel Tittcrton, of Nottingham, hoficr; Aug. 3, at eleven, at the Ram, in Nottingham.   Final Divider.d> Dividends adjourned, Edjvard Thorp, late of Lombard ftitet- London, witch-maker; July 27, at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Fi�al Dividend. Thomas Garnet, late of Oaford-rojd,   Middlefex, filk-meicer ; Aug. 6, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Certificates to be granted* William Milnj, of the pariih of Tooting Graveney, Surry, dealer and chapman ; on or before July 3 1. James Hatch and Jofeph Hatch, now or late ofFenehureh-ftreer, LonJou,   trunk nuiers and partners; on of btfore , July 31. John Rowman, of the city of Exeter, makfte.r j on or before July 31, Thomas Freer Holland, of Birmin^him, Warwiekmire, dealer and chapman ; on or before Julj 31; Bankruptcy enlarged. William Souter, late �sf New Fifti'jornc,, Soffer, mrr chant; to  furrender Aug. 2^, at �  21, at ten, at Guildhall; London. Robeit Jimifon, late of Boulogne, in ,Ft�ott, but now of Cha;ing-cr >l's, Middleftx, mariner ; to furrender July 47, at ten, at Guildhall, Londoo. Saix'-day arrived tbe Mails from Holland and Flanders. Warfaw, June 21. We ieam from Peterfburgh, that,-during the late different eagagements which have taken j?lace between the Ruffian and Swedilh fleets, the cannonading wai plainly fek in that capital, infomuch that the windows and doori fliook ; and it appears that the Swedes not only meditated air attack upon Crosftadt, but abfolutely againll Peterfburgh itfelf, which cauied nofmall uneafinefs ?mongft the inhabitants. We have received further accounts that the Sr/edifti fleet, to avoid getting between two fires, has been, obliged to fhelter in the bay of Wyburg, where they are blocked up by the Ruffians by lea, and in danger from the artillery of the Ruffian troops by land. A fair wind may however oblige' the M�tco�it� to fjait tkfftr ftatioo, And afford an opportunity for the Swedes to get out of their perilous fituation. The King of Sweden is faid to have polledhim-felf with his gallies fo advantageoufly off Fre-derickfharn, that he can provide his fleet with every .thing neceflary witliout the Ruffians having it in their power to hinder it. Vienna, June 16. A great fcarcity ftill prevails in Conftantinople, nctwithllahsiingthe efforts of the Porte to obviate it, as nothing can balance the l^s of Moldavia and Wallachia, which were tiiC granaries both of t!ie capital, and of Romelia ii'aulgaiia. A calamity of this nature muft have g: at influence on the politics of the Cabinet of C'onftaritlnople, which, notwithftanding all the preparation^ and alliances which it has oomrafted with different Powers, cannot come to a relbludon to b:'eak off the negotiation with their enemies, arid fend back the Lommiffaries. I R E L A N D. _ Dublin, July 3. Yjrfterday a moft melancholy circumftance happejned in 'Chancery-lane. - A lady, in adjufling fome flowers in an upper ftory window, the flower-pot fell into the ftreet, and ia endeavouring to prevent its fall, the lady overv reached herfelf, fell out of the window, and was unfortunately killed on the fpoc, to the inconfola-ble grief of a large family. *---:---- S  H  I  P - N  F. w  S. Deal, July 9. Wind S. W. Sailed for the River the Auguftus Caefar^-Fowici, from Jamaica ; Fanny, . Prowtirtg, from Mogadore ; Jackall, Sharp, ;�.-m'Co'nilantinpple ; and Cambria, Jones, from Galipoly. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's (hips Adventure, Southampton, and Hinde ; Termagant, Scour; and Wafp iloops ; Pluto iirefhip, and India vpiloto. Deal, July 10. Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed for Wie River,' with the Termagant floop, the Ann, Codings, frorti Cad'12. Sailed his Ma-jelly's ftrip iriind, Scp-ut, and Wafp Iloops, and Pluto firethip, to the Welt. Remain in the Downs his Mffjefty's fhips Adventure and So�.t-ham'pton, Hotind floop, Diligence and Swift, pilots; John and Ann, Rogers, for Boflon ; and Tiber, Lake, for Leghorn. Grave/end, July Q. PalTed by the Mentor, Stepheniyn, the Di,igenc.e, Kt.ags, the Lark Mellanby, and Champion, Chilton, from Memel; Three Sillers, Vogal, from Stettin ; Ae Sophia Oorcrthea,' Borthing, the Aurora, bj%er, and Peggy, Hoadley, from Norway; Minerva, Walkins, from Stockholm ; Buxton, Worts, fromZant; Kingfton, Dojglas, from Jamaica; Fortune, Yate?, frOTfl Cartl^ena; Catherine,: Murphy, from Oporto ; St. Patrick, Hurly, and. Trinity, C.tfey, from Waterford. L   O   N   DO   N. Yefterday noon the King, Queen, and Prin-ceflbs went to the Chapel-Royal at Windfor, where they heard dirine icrvice, and a fermon; and after dining at the Queen's Lodge, the Royal Family .v..I attendants went to the Caftle, after which they walked a fhort timebn the Terrace. The Court mourning for the late Ele&refs Dowager of Bavaria ceafed ou Saturday, and yelteraay their Majefties, Princefles, &c. appeared in the Windfor Uniform. M^jor-General Sir Henry Calder is appointed Colonel of the 3cth regiment of foot, in the room of Majbr-General William Roy, deceafed. The time limited by Proclamations for granting bounties and rewards to feamen and landmen is prolonged and extended from the thirtieth day of June to- the thtrty-firil day of Auguft next in-cluGve. The following are the places, from which petitions, complaining of undue returns to the new Parliament, are ejcpe&ed Helllone } Double r�urns^ Chippenham Plymouth Barnftaple IpfVich GuiUford. Pont efr act. Bodmyn Fowey .  Oakharapton Newcaftle, StaiK Seaford .Steyning Horfham Newark Leominflcr The aquedaft-at Fazely being now & nearly completed aa to open the janftiort, on Tuefday next, with the Duko of Bridgewater's grand trunfei the Birmingham^ Coventry, and Oxford canals, Mr. Brindley's great plan feems, at length, fully, ilicomplifhed. The ports of London, Brif-tol, |tiverpoolj and Hull, have thereby an Inland communication ; as likewife the great =ftaeijng towns of Manchefter, Birmingham, Leeds, and SherBeld,,which mult at all times be highly advantageous to the commercial interefls of the kingdom at large, more particularly whenever the coalting trade fhall bs in danger of being captured in time of war. A great many beautiful women, drefled as Amazons, and headed by a Mad. Charter-, are to attend the fBte at Paris on the I4ih. Among them* it is. faid, will be 200 French-women, who are to form themfelvea- into a regular body, ha-bit?i- as Amazon*. Return t>f Mi.Mbtrs "r� &e New Parliy�-' � hekt. '�.-. BAKrrsHiKt.   Sir James,Grsnt, of Grant. - ' Murray.   Lewis Grant, ljf> .      Cumberland.   Sir Henry Fletcher, Bart, aai U- isp- houfc, t.iq.           -Fiaar arshi ije.   David Scott, Efq. Stirlingshire.   SirThnvas Donda^, B*rt. ��   ' -   '       11 .t     -. A few days fmc$ the company -at Harrbwgate wereamufed by the very -fingul-jr attempt of a gentleman to (hoot �nineteen fingre.balls out of twenty, through an orange in one of the rooms, fixty-one feet di;lant>-which he performed with, wonderful dexterity. On the 30th ultimo a.man was found murdered in a ditch near Raytfe, in Eflex, who, from the many marks of violence difcovered eh him, muil have been treated in a molt diabolical and cruel manner. The perfon who difcovered Kirn, as well as feveral others^ were examined byra Coroner's Jury ; bnt they Were not a&le to bring iri any other ver-dic>, than that he vfas murdered by fume perfon or perfons unknown. Yefterday the Seffions. ended at the Old-Bailef, when-'John Dyer, for a forgery,'received fcn-tepce of death"; 18 for tranfportatron ; 11 > .to be Confined in Newgate; amd 16 were difch^rged by proc'am3tion. Sophia Girton, who was capitally conviftcd in April SeffiO"s for 'coinina-. ^= -^-^Jr^ZZ^A Tai> pardon, on con.drfion ot Petng tfartfported for life to New South Wales. The next Seffions begin, at the Old Bailey on WeJnefday the 1 5th of September ,next. MARRIED. On Friday, atCamberwell, Mr. Jarvis Adams, pf Newgate-llrieet, to Mifs Caroline Heilop, of Peckham Gap.-^Tiielciay Iail, at Kilgarran, Pembrokefhire, the Rev. Mr. Price, Reftor -of that place, to Mifs Church, of St^ Alban'5. Hertfcrdfnire.   ' DIED.] On TliurTdri?, Mr. John Field, fen. vvnxchr.nd -r, '* of "'Lambeth.-Yefterday, Mrs.' Whifh w-, wife'of Mr. John Whiffiaw, attorhey> in CrJ'le-ftree^; Ho'born. ryti E  Truilees of. the .late - ARCKI-3A LD X, ROD^K,"Efo>- of WtLLINGHftlCOtTCTlTn' ths Courty of Northampton, rfqutft that aH- RerTons indebted to tt>e deceafed, will rrnmediately diftharge the-.fame. And. alio, ali perfins hiving any .OlaJfiis vn tie f-tH E,:iate ars deBted to fen,d in jlj'ir Accounts "to" Mr. A. Mor-tor> of Wellir.ghbr.Mgb>. N pent has long been tne Educatiati of Youih, a"nd ti- w i.fu Lot it-has f'llen t" prepare many fj>r tltt Seetics of �Dikire Life More their 'Bnrratwe into the World, .u -.veli a� others far t e ITniverCty, and the Number of -whofe 1'ufils h li.nited to Ten, die.better to compre:>pd the Km'jlaton of public an,d the Virtues, c-f privav. I'ifrni'jfou, has r.uv 1 Vacaticv fur Two. The Sjtoation ii Kcalthy, pUaftnt, an A witnin Ten Miles from London ; the Trcitment ii-', !: t:>e Pupils enjay alnjo^: every couvenierue they cool: ;.-Home ; and the Adveuifer can rater to Perfons whofe Children have !>eeii e:.tr-jireJ to his �Jrr7, 1 ti'faiSio:! concern"! ig his'Moral and Licera.-y CharaiLr, a..a ftiift Attention to the Improvement ot his Schulars, ou miIj in Clai2cal Kiio^edge and Virtue, but alfo the modern Lan-gua;;r   and Difcovciies of the Ltf Ages. The Stipend is 80I. per Annum, �h:ch includes evary Species of lnftruca:i 41 except Mafic, Drawing, and Dancing-Sketches of the Plan and Mode of Education may be had by  applying to Mr. Jefferys,   Jewe ler,  No. 51,   Fleet-Street. [i�77 ~~     SCOTT'S NANKEEN DYE. fT^HlS is a'fine Dye to recover the loft Colour jl of Nankeens ; Lt alfo dyes Silk, Linen, Cotton^, Su. from a pale Nankeen, to a m" .ft beautiful Orange ; an-l fuc Quality, Quantity, and Siaiflicity of Ufe, excels every Thing of the Kind ofTVei to '.he Public, as One Bottle of Scott's a equsl to Three of any other. Prepared and fold, Wholefale anl Retail, By John Scott, Superfine Water-Colour Preparer to her MAJESTY, No. 417, near Bedford-itrset, in the Strand, London, in neat lion* Buttles, (tamped, Scoct's Nankeen Dye, at u.2S. 3s. and 7s. each, with Diredrhsns. Note, The Bottles are faj5a;ned as thoft of Scott's Liquii True Blue. SCOTT'S. LIQUID TRUE BLUE,  ' For blueing Silk Stocltiais, fine Linens, itc. It alfj dye* Silks, &c. a fi-.e tranfparent Blue. Sold in Bottles st 6J. ts� 28. and 5$> and idy^ fcach, wi:h Directions. Prepared ac his Manufactory it above. Gentleanen  in Trade will hwe good Allowance to fell Jgio. .      . '       �       . .        [15*0   � To thofe oppreiTed by GuardiAus, bytyexatioo* Suits, or by any Species of Impoficion, &f. &c. r~r HE Multiplicity of Laws which, the Subtleties i. of Men bave rendered necetlary for.the Defance of Society, inftead of reeitifyiri^ the Abufe for which they were $ framed, have feemed to open a wider Field for Chicanery and Artifice, j and naany an innocent Pcrfnn-has been-exceflively embarralfed," and frme. irretrievably ruined, by the perpltxiijj St-9:2gem* of il) rfe who have perverted the Laws to theitown Er.ds, infte d of wndeiing their Employers that Ju/Iicc which was expefted from them. Mr. SANGSTER. bass eftabllftied an Office., -where'with proper ,Affiftance he is in -eojiftant Atteodtece, to an&yer Jinquiries made of him, whether, per-foni'ity or by Letter.. Thofe who hav� confidhsd ii> impnoper Agents may be infrruftfd how to "mime(liat*iy difengajge'ehem-. felves, and M^ney advaxced them for the Purpofe (flrequired). Such whofe A&ijrs-havc .'fuffeted from the^Urffk'Ifvillnefs "of their Agents, which is often as f.^tal as Dlfh'oi'cfty, may have them arranged and rectified. Thofe wh'ofeGirai'dions a'-ferrpt to defr.ud tthem, or sxercife a�y iniprr:por Comroul' over them, or are in any other w fe.jll treated, may receive fpe?dy Redrtfa. Evary Brancti of Law and" Agency Bufmefa, svhe-iher in aommencing 01 defending Suits, drawing-Lss&s,-Marriage Set^e.r.cnts, Conveyancing of ali Sorts, Common. Law and Equity, condufted With' fidelity and Difpatc'1, by applying or addrcfling a  oe to Mr. Sangfter, at h.s Orfice, No, ai, Duke-ilrect, Weftminfter, London. [1541 - S.-curity (if required) will be given for any Trufi rs>tof<:d� in tile Office ; and in any Cafe where Itts requJfite, Perfrma -may be waited orrby Mr. Sangfter, or fcu�e proper Perfon Mta Ukn, in 'any Pari of ti<- Kiftidara, at tltt (horteft Notics.   

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