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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 15, 1790, London, Middlesex                                From FH I t) '}\fo4a}taiyj.ved (be Mail from France. i^i^i^Z'^      riet for thefe &�&!-"*Z^0 eight days been employ-rjbi T JTj W> cd in djfeuffing thequef.' r&M*V iion relative to the pro-, fogatlbn of the prefentj Diet, when, after fome debates, it Was carried that   the  prefent  Diet fhould be prorogued untiL the 7th of FeWtoarynext, f fldten-nniverfals are to be ifTuedT for the calling of -a new Diet.   One Nuncio, howcVery known by his enthu/iafm for the liberty of bis country, retired from the meeting to draw up a proteft: 'His morlves for fo doing he made known at the .i'flion of. Monday laft, in a fpeech which lafted "*hr�e hours.   Prince Alexander Lubomirlki, who was On the oppofite fide of" the queftion, finiftied "his difcourfe on the decafion by prefenting to the Republic ten pieces of cannon, on condition that they bear the name of the flrft Poiifh General who idilriflguifhes himfelf by any warlike exploit againll the enemies of his country. T H U R SPA-Y, JtfLY 15) to SAT UK D AY,. ^i^^SX ~ '/ji^sT in. S  H I  P - N 'Deal, July Air   Wind N. E  W  S. N. W. Came down jiis Majeity's fhip Leopard, and remains with the .Adventure and Cyclops, Tifiphonc firefliip, and India pilots. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Woodford, Liddle, from Grenada, and Maria, "vVillcinfonj from Oporto. Grave/end, July 14. Pafied by the Swallow, '->< * pay.tor pqcure Ac ^aidfuin, he had threatened to take his coat a�d ell which Ti|ne the 6ubfcription wiff remain open,    .  \    *� -   Tiie PWce {p Vbf^iber^iQie JDaice� i� Boardi, 1'-S.ubfct^i�na.j3CB�i�edPby fita�t-Ky^^ W>li�m. bard ftreeij  and M Johnfonj'jSK Fa  is loft on the Clevedpil Flats; crew faved. The Lord phahcellor has appointed the Hon. Mr. PerciVal (Drother to Lord Egmont and Lord Afderl}-, the Hon. Mr. Legge, Lord Dartmouth's fon, and Mr. Warreh, Dr. Warten's fOn, Comr miffioners of Bankrupts, In the room of Meffrs. Lloyd and Nugent, deceafed, and Mr. Proby, (the Commiiljoner's fon) ^ who has taken orders. Mr. Malope's jShakefpeare, is delayed apotfie/ rndnth, by a new difeovery df fome very curiooft manufcripts at Ddlwicb College; amoijg�wbich is a lift of ihe dally, performances at an- ancient theatre for feveral ye^rs, jn the ticrle of Qgeen Elizabethi and a.   inventory of a theatrical wardrobe. A man was feriteaiied A few years fince to 4 year's imprifonment for giving a caution againft d iheep-itealer ; but, before; thjt poor libejler'ff fentence had expired, he" beheld frdm ^ie ga\� of the prifon his profeciitor going to the gibTCt^ for Healing a fcore of ewes'. . On Friday laft, as the Hamilton ftagc coach was returning to Glafgow; in driving  f Cofld&rer Park, near Shrewibury, -to fl^ifs Towfnfend, ^ajjghter of the late Mr. Aldermm^Tbwn,fend;--T�efdayi Rowlani^^^^plq} of Streaflfam> to M16 t Pricketfe'dftggfcte*' of Piul  ll6nry..�arton, D.'D. Warden cof Merton^Gol-\ l�ge^.ijitthattJniverlity.---Sunda)r|aflj at Keying-^ton St* Miry. Gray. Kent, Mr5. Berenv wife of R ftx^MJfcrfi*' ^eijne/day, tb^ 14th inft. at^his' chamber^ ^.the.tlnrier.TempJe, Jeremy P�rob�rton/jJft%J- V*ilfcriiis, or ]ohn �d*ards, o* Chelhajty Execntots }o the abavi named John Wheeler,, on �rbe|9re*the tirft J)ay of BepKmber next. And aU IVifons who are indebted ta the h�td John Vnftewhir are defired to pay their reTpetfive t!>ebts, without Delay, ,toj|he Ci'efliam, July 14 i79->, f1^.- '     -    Lincoln, July 5-, 1790.-STOLEN  or   STRAYED, From Carholm-Coramon, neat tKe faid City, fome Time hft Week, �        ; '  ADiin-coloared- HORSE, feven Ye^fsJ bid, "abiut Fourteen H^ntJ* high^ rii| a flfcrt BliMon hti Forehradj with a little White bnliivrJoft, fout'Whifte; Feer, and a (witch Tail. ' 1 Whoever will give Ipformation to the' Rev." Mt. -Da^^s* Linci In, fo that .he fjiJ Horfe rrfiy Be baty of York j and for the laft Eleven Years Oftler t* Mr. Siantjali, at ihe Red-Lion, in Donc^fter aforefaid) begs Leave to i nform the Nobilityi Gintrv, and tbePubKc in. gentral, that be..'has dlcttn t-e abo^e-rrentscned Jon", I'.trly occupied, bv, Mr. .j^elk'i*, decejfed ; and: is to-enter thereta r.a tb.efi.ft P*y of" Auguft next,, when he intends to fit Up th- fa ne in a neat and c -mniodiout Maaoe- 4 and to liy in a fseih S:r*Tl of the ih,jic�ft Wines, and Other Liquor, j and as �4lt�-�vn) on his Part ihatl;he t(l�ftfeetJ. �n the Stratid, London, in neat (lone Btttlft, itaaiped, $0it*s Nauiceen Dye, at is. as. js.'6j; and 7s, each, wiOJ Diredions. Ndxtr, -The'Bottles are falb,i.:ned at thofe of Scott's Liquid True Blue.:     ' 1 SCbTT'S UQtflO TRUE BLUE, For blueing Silk StocKittga, fine Linens, bzc. It alfo dyes Silks, Sec. a fine tranfparent Bluei Sold in Bottles at 61. is. 2V. and 51I and id.^ each, wiin Directions, frepared at 1 his Manufaftoiy at above. Qentledea in Tradt will hate good Allowance to fell [15ac &S?otor FelbW o� Pembroke-hall;^ that DEVONSHIRE. A .COUNTRY RESIDENCE for a genteel Family, adjoining th: Sea, in a remarkably healthy and pleafiht Situation. To be SOLD H Fee, or LETT by private Contrad, And en eiedon at Mkhaelma�or Lady-Day next, /^ORNBOROUGHt   in the'  Partfti  of Abb tlham, diftant Three Milei fr�m Bideford, Eleven ftotn B^rnilaple, and Kin; tiom Torrin^toa, aU exceeding goad Market Townty - The Prernife* eonfl.l of a neat faftied Dwelirng-Houfe (in complete Repair), with all convenient attached and detached Office*, Stable, Barn*, and other Out-Houfes, a moft excellent walled G rJen, flocked with the ch^tceit Fruir-Tress, and uipwar.lso/ Seysirty-hx Acres of very gDod-Arible, Mea-dirjaf, and Pasture Land, in a good State of Cultivation, having been in tiie Poflefiion of the Proprietors for near Forty Years laft paflt. Trie Houfe is fidiate on an Eminence, and commands - a vety-eltenfive Land ProfpefV, over a moft beautiful Country, and from a Summer-Houie on a Hill ficar adjoining i� a Prof-pet\ esjeteded by ni\ne in the Weft of England, including the afb.efaid Land Pro peel and a View of the Briltol Channel. N. B� Plenty or Lime to be had at BiJefjrd, and Sea Sand ? withiftiv Mile of tbe Spot. F^r P*rtici.l.irsap1-ly to William H^nry Hatherly, Attorney at La#,� in Bidtford ; Mr. Adams, Attorney at Law, in iBtrnftajrte t pt to "the Jfropri.-tor, on the Piemiffs, wbo will 'Mr  [1834 **M."-''-TSt    -r*: 14;A:�  J'.--J 11 'p **J *" npHt M08|Cf ^ PMP?gl^|a^fe, X -the-Ber^t^t^r^ERAL'ftWWt^r^ Town,. ve^i^Baii mb*iipm>ito)lttt(&j,*tlaiml N.VB* Particulars of the PeifjrBaaacea^&s. neUMe Kivaa in rf'future Paper;' " -   V^T^ .*W.Sf Paper; GYDtk* PE PERRY�-EIKE AL^&cV * &*Ms of tlilt Of pleafing ^uitfcrPerry/^ery fcijiJi joTkaiftinjuiheJ iffvw "jC^d�r of variosSSor*^; notice rr��ycerof me. fteft^anica-taotti1 s Sty�#t Coeke  Cfder^CeJiir?, tie NorA-Weft Cornet^^ie Royat5itchan|�, !ftBi�g Ae Bank", and at the. An-": " Coft'ee. Hb^fej.wh^re Ord�?�(v* fry ^'antity,' B .rtles^will Be duly tatetaxd^a Town orCou* - .The C�k> aje, *riRd> MtA, the -Peiry dttttpajgrffe B9tile3.f -'\*&*vri "N. ,B. Jtum Shrub, CherTy and RaAerry Brandykfgr the 'CaftOndte.   . Tl       V '       ^ , v ACizf^xaUn the. Ycm Under th* PatrohaeeW theltf ivpr and M. g fttateei flpHE Dif^rf^r.-H^^Br X -avh"* A jn^, tPS Method.^ takibg�ait4 dwwia^fvpfeiitt       ^ /-    �   ' 3. Po,trait and Landfcape Drawing, AHSbity&u#e- IHd Fo; CenrlemeB,   V    " "     � ,1 ' WE enlbr&ce the 6rS moment after the ejefc of the Pol!, to return you our acknowledgement* 4t* your fplriterf and geaerote; fupport, which hat Dot only equaled, but fu'rpafled our moft Unguine expectations.. We tnift the period is at hand, wh;n a verdict of your Country will eftablifli, beyurid the rciclj of any .future at-tacKs, thofe rights which have heen fo grofsly violJted, by the introduction of fourteen hundred and forty Perfons, who had do Cliim to ihe freedom of this City, cirJier by b-ith at tec-vjiude, and who have no intoreft in, or c >h.ne#ion wi(h,.ic.. and. who rould be created for bo piirpofe bu( to rob you ff the right of Eleclioh. " Weeatreat.y>u to b*a�i that we wil), aH jowfa** bothin'ouc public and private ftade*�, eagerly jelse tjmj xm� v porrunity tp teftify oar gratitude ; and, by yfndjcauug jour, franchifes, and promo ing, by every' means iiu.oyjr Power,^ yourgeneiti lsterefc and Hjpp nef�, prove our^lves "worthy of teprefeatfog Meni'who h*^ fhewn therpfrlvea fuperiot m the menace*W power, shd theallurementsbf^c^uption^ " aVtf Gentleaj^f, ,   T .. With the higheft refp-dani attJcfi raenr.  c, Your obligei*, humble' Servants,> * " jO^M CHRISTIAN CUR* 185$J WILSON BRADDYLL* Carhfle, July 10, 1790^ " ' ^   ... STERNE's SEMflMENTAL. jOUiiNEY, Beauiifufe printed on Sjpe fi.-.e Wvve Paper.   �, This Day was pulilijbed, > * . In. One neat P.>ei.ec�v"oljtns, -           ' �* Eaabelliihed with t\o Plaes, Hrks 4S>h3uad, A Nb-W^EUllION of      r SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY thfoiigh FRANCE and ITALY. '   . By  Mr.   Y O R I C K. Piintsd for.J. Johi.fon, G, G. J. ad J. Robinfon, T. Cad li, J.  Murray,  W.  Lnwndes, G. an4 T. Wilkie; Oglvy and Speare, and W.Bent. ��*�>� t Of whom'rh ay be had, ^ -  Anot! er Edr.ion*. rifa ly printed in One Volume Twelve?, P(ic< as. 6.1. bound. ~- Alio ac mfUt^Editian of the Iste MrJ'^'crai's Works handfomrly printrd ia .ei Vol �js, finjU ^Td�n,Price* bound. r '    * [l?4*   

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