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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 17, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence. From SATURDAY, July 17,  to T U E S D A Y,  July  20, 1790. 8801 MONDAY, July 19. trm the LONDON GAZETTE, War-Office, July 17. - ^ . EVENTH (or Queen's own) ^\( -R r Dragoons, V'*jr^fe5   Comet Charles BloiV* ap. poi"ted t ot. ' 1 erh (or the King's, R *in�eat of Light Dtms oni, General Guy Lord. Dorcheicer to be Colo el, vies General Ccoige Augustus Lord Heathnsld, dc-ceiled. 3 ft Regiment of Foot Caards, Captain William Henry Cfi��. fcou, from the 45th Regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice John . Cooke, who exchanges. 1,7th Regiment of Foot, William Halton, Gent, to be Enfign, by Purehafc, vice William Cunningham, who retires. Ditto, ILntign Richard Bingham to be Adjutvit, by Purchafe, vies William Aaguftus Blakeney, who itfijns. 26th (or Cameraniao) Regiment of Foot,  Enfign Samuel -  jUtooke to be Lieutsnaar, without Purchafe, vice William Dacres, promoted fetji Regfmemr taf Foot,- Captain John Cooke, f� in Newcastle MdsrLyajev' Stafwrdftire. dividend adjourned. George Gun Muiito, 01" Prihce's-ft.eet, London, infu-iance broker} Nov. 6, at ten, at Guildhall, London. - Certificates ttt be granted; Joha Fennell, lateof Highbury-place, in the psridi of St. Italy, luWtpa, Middlefex, and of Luton, BeJfordmire, Wit sow m- Ctas Kin^Vbench pr'fon, tanner; onorbefetc Atig* Ti , Thooua Atr?cfc�- of Birmingham, Wirwickmirc, toy. tnaket and JeWelltr ; on rr before Aug. 7. Johi Carter, ofCricklade, Wilts, riioctj-fci!vener> on or before Aug. 7. William Giles the yMfrnger, of Oreat Y*rmouth> Norfolk, tVine-fpinner j oh of before Aug. 7. Bankrupttits tnlargia: Rkht'J P�et3erj of Litr'e Brickhill, Bucks, innkeeper -% to Surrender Aug. 30, at ten, at Guildhall, Loa-ion. John WeidMci n^w or late of fhe pariA rthumbe�tandj linen-draper. CO.UN        Y - N E W S. Oxford, July 17. Laft week the Rev! t)n Mayor, Mafler of the Academy at WoodAocir, was tnrtituced to the living of Tyfoe, in War-wiekfhn-e, by the Right Reverend the Lord Biiliop of Worcefter, on the prefentation of the Earl of Northampton. Yefterday the Rev. Willi am Bradley of C. C. C. was inllituted by the Lord BiiKop of Salifbury to the vicarage of Weil Hendred, Berks ; for which a Difperfation paiTed the Great Seal cto Thurfday tlie 8th inrtanr, to hoW the f?.id vicarage with Hampilcad Nonis in the faid county, and diocefe ef Sarum. Lately.died, aged twenty-four, the Rev. William Bragg, of this Untverfity, vvhcfe death was occafioned by a broken ieg. The immediate ne-cefitty of amputation, in a few days, deprived him of his life, "and his acquaintance of-avoidable and fincere frknd. S II I P - N E W S. Deal, Ju'y 16. Wind W. N. W. Came down, and failed, with his Majefty'9 fhips Leopard and I Cyclops, Tifiphone fir^efhip, � aad outward-bound as per laft, the Ducheft of Cumberland, Brcnvn, . for Oporto;  and LinenhalL Lewington, for Dublin.   Remain in the Downs the. Adventure 'man of war, and.India pilots;' . tienl, July 17.   Wind S. W.   Came down, and failed, the Marlborough and Vengeance men, of war, and Atalanta, Ballet, for the South Sea. Remain in the Downs as per laft. Grave/end, July 16. Palled by the Salerno, 7oues, from Salonica; Fanny, Avery, frofr; tne South Sea; Fanny, Prowting, from Mogadore; Canada, Cole, from Leghorn ; Emily, Petrion, from the Bay of Rofes; Vigilant, Way, from Marfeflles ; Providence, Herbert, from Jamaica j Induftry, Ferminger, from Cartiiagena;. Mer-enry, Sherwio, from Dantzick; Samuel, Durant, from Stockholm; Dominica, Hall, from Dominica ; and Jofeph, Brands, from Saloe. LONDON. Yefterday at noon their Majefties, accompanied by their Royal Highneffes the Princefles Royal, Augufta, Elizabeth, Mary, Sophia, and Amelia, with their ufual retinue, attended divine fervice at the Chapel Royal, Windfor, where they heard a fermon, preached by the Canon in refidence. At two o'clock the Royal family returned to the Queen's Lodge to dinner, and in the afternoon viewed the Calt!e, Sec. Among the new creations of Peerages commonly talked of, it is faid that the Earls of Drog-heda and BecUve are to be raifed to the dignity of Marquiftes ; the former by the title of the Marquis of Melifont, and the latter by his pre-fent appellation. His Majerty has, within thefe few days, made a fplendid prefent of a watch, cafed with diamonds, to each of the ladies who attended the Queen at Cheltenham. Mr. Cooper, Secretary to Sir Alexander Hood, is appointed Agent Victualler at Portsmouth, in the room of the late John Thomas, Efq. Saturday the Lord Chancellor held the third General Seal after Trinity Term, at Lincoln's-inn Hall. The report of the robbery committed on two young men coming ffom Vauxhall on Saturday fe'nnight is without foundation. To the very great honour of Radnorshire, not one criminal or debtor was confined in the county gaol from the 6th of April to the *9ta of June laft. At the aflizes for the county of Southampton the following prifoners received fentence of death, viz. Luke Stanley and John Patrick, for, horfe-ftealing; William Waterman, for breaking open the houfe of the Rev. Edward Fleet, in the parish Of,.Lo.ckerly, and dealing a quantity of plate f and John Forder, for fheepltealing. Stanley, Patrick, and Forder were left for execution. Of the latter it is remarkable that he had a brother convitt^d and executed for the fame offence, and at the fame place, about four years ago. The, Rev. John Henry Clapham, M. A, Ftl-of Clare.haH, Carhbriigej fcrtd Chaplain to LorxLAttkland, is collated, t>y.the Archbilhop of Canterbury, to the living of Shepherdfwcll wfih Colread, in Kent, lately vacant by ceiiion. MARRIED.] Qa Saturday, Wm. Young, Efq; of the Strand, to Mifs Hervey Spooner, of Bedford-fquare. -TuefdaY laft, Robert Pem-berton, jon. Efq; to Mifs Lloydj both of Shrewf-bury.-The fame day, The Rev. H. Heigham, Fellow of Caius College, Cambridge, to Mils Eliza Symonds, fecond daughter of Thomas Symonds, Efq; Captain in the Royal navy. DIED.] Yeiterday, Mr. Sellon, Minifter of St.James's, Clerkenwell.-Friday morning, fud-den'ly, Mr. Cave, Cork-cotter, Sniithfield,- Monday Mrs. Spence, wife of Dr. Spence, of Marybone.-Tdefday laft, Mr. P. Tarrant, of Cheller. ..    , CORNWALL. Fine SILVERY LEAD ORE. TP!* SOLD, One Hundred Tons, in two Lots, of Fifty eich, ra>fcd in Wheel-Pool Mine. The Ore is very ri 834 LEEDS, JuHJr it, 1750. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Partter-mip carrj*4 on uy -us, under the Firm of JOSjgUA lETLEV SiwI OAVlDRlMlKGrON, was tnii-Dayr-by muuitl Confent, diflolved, and all Debts, due to and from the faid Partneiuipt will be received and paid by the faid J j&ua Tetley, as witnefs our Heads, JOSHUA TETLEY, 1865J DAVID RIM1NGTON. "PRIVATE EDUCATION. THE Friends of yoi:ng Pcrfons deftgaed for the Ui.i.enTty, t>-,f f latctfi >a�, or the foperior Lines i Oufmr-r, rr !r.totined, that a Clergyman^ accustomed to conuth End of Barton, in the Cmnties of Hertford, Hacks, Bedford, and Cambridge, fo far 38'rctates to whatis called the Durftable D.ftr ft (if the faid Roals, will (spite at the tnd of the next Seflion of Parliament; Notice is therefore given,. That a Meeting of the Credito-s and Truftees of tie faid Dift,i{t of Ittisds is app�inted to be held at the Cock Inn in Hiichm, on Friday the 3Cfh-Day of July lrtftant> at Twelve o'Cloek at Noon, to confi Wtjf an A(.plic�tion wPaniament for continuing the Term, and i'alteiing Ad enlarging the Pot�e,s of the laid Ad. Dated July 6, 1798. -   ISAAC HINDLEY. 18ll] 'Jerk to the Trufte�s. B LUND ELL'S   SCHOOL, TIVERTON,   DEVON. THE Anniverfary Meeting of the Gentlerrfen educated at the above School will be held at Tiverton, On Thurfday the 16th Day of Auguft, 1790, when the Com pany of asyof the Feoffies vv'.l! be rfteemed a Favour. STEWARDS, Richard Blundell, Efq; Francis Rofe Dre*r, Efgues, containing the different Subjects, wi:H tWeir Dimenlions, Priors, and every neceflary iTifoimttion, wilt be delivered or fent upon Application, A    CARD. To the   MUSICAL WORLD. Parllament-ftreet, Weitminfteri CRANG;HANCOCK, Pantbntee of the ROYAL GRAN0 PIANO FORTE, with various Improvements, delires moil rcfpeftfull and moft gratefully to acknowledge his Obligation? to the Nobility, Gentry, and Mufkal Profeifors, for their very libefjfl AppYoba ion and Patronage of hislnftrumenta s He humbly prefumcs to hope that his honoured Patron* will be pleafcd to.a^ccitpt thi� Ai>�. knowledgmeut, in Teftimohy of his Senft of their Cmiri-t nance, and that they will beaflured his highe.1 Ambition is to deferve their Commands by an unwearied Att:ntjon to the fupcrtor Excellence of his Inftruments. For'Rrilliancy of Tone, for ketprng in Tune^ and far Worloaanlbip, he is belli to fay they arc absolutely unequalled, and now earneillv.r qoefts that all Perfons aSout to purchafe Inilrumencs wiUbe ftrft pleafed to honour him with a Trial in ParKament-llrcet, and then g ve the Preference as their Judgment IhaU direft. The Prices o: Hancock's Patent Piano-Fortes, are frurn 25 t> ie� Guineas, according to* Q{�ality� $\tfy &�i It is requcfted that th'ofe Gentlemen who mean toatteii  procted from thenct to Church, wheie a Sermon will be preached on th: Occalion by tie Rev.. M'. Keate, the Head Mailtr. Dinrerat Three o'Clnck.. Tickets to be had (f the .Ste*atd3, and of Mr.  GeoVge Owen?, oF Tiveit-n, as uf.ial {_ 189.3 RED - LION   INN, TUXfORD,  NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. JOHN HAWSON (formerly Servant fourteen Yews to Air. Dun.nill, at the Abgel Inn, in Doncatrar,' ia the coumy^of York ;^and for the laft Eleven Years Oftier t� Mr. Stapuell, at rhe Red-Lion, in Donciiler afuiefaid) begs Leave to inform the Nubility, Gentry, and the Public in general,   that he has taken te above-mentioned Inn, 1 t?ly occupied by Mr. Seliets, dec cafed ; and is to en'tir thereto art thefirft Day of Auguft next, wlten he tntends�to' fit up the fame in a neat and commodious Manne-.; and to lay in a frelh Stock of the vhoiceft Wines, and other Li^uor^ t and as no Exertions on his Part {hill be omitted in order to accommodate his Friends and the Public in the belt aiid gen C-eleft Manner, he humbly hopes for their Pattonage and Support j which wilt ever be acknowledged with Gratitude, By their m >(i obedient humble Servant, J�ly 10, 1790. JOHN HOWSON. N. B. Neit Pod Chaifes, with able Horfes and Careful Drivers, �n the Aorteft Notice. C'^S9 SOCIETY for the DISCHARGE and RELIEF of PERSONS lmprifoued f.r SMALL DEBTS, Craven-S'reet, 1it'�aid, 7 July 1790. BENEFACTIONS tince the laft Report) viz. �. t. di Rifcht Hon. Ea-l Radnor, Vita Bre&knt, per 5eeteta�y, Annual         -         -'         - S R:ght Hon. Earlof H�tlJ>rd, pel Tteafurer A; %o  o  o Jli^ht Hon Eirl Talbpt    ... ."   -        ., A. 5   f o Hon. Charles Miiftaai^    >  .    -        Ai J  S  Jchn.;fhc>rntotv, Efq? per SrcVetary       t   A� S   S   �; James Chamnefs, E�q, {KtTreafurer   ' 5   5  o' Henry Grimftonj Efoj per Secretary          A, 110 Henry Overtop, BfiJ.         -                A. I   1   o Rev. John Baflett - - A; s 2 o J. Wedgwood, Sons and Byerley, per Meffri. Hoares      -           -           -            A. 55-0 Mr. Brewlter, fecond Benefaflion      -      A. 220 Mr. Wdker, in Newgate for a Libe!         A. 220 Hon. Mrs. Vanftttatt, per Tre ilnrer         A. 220 MrJ M. B. pet the Revi Mr. Bibbs A. 550 Involuntary from * Hackney Coachmatt No. 682                                   ". 050 W. H. 50I; 6. M. p>r Treafurtri icA* 40  o  o J. J. fourth Benefaftion, per Treafurer 4a o o S. R- per Penny-Poll, received by Fuller, Son an 1 Co.           -            -            - 10  o  o W. C. al. at. A. B. per Treafurer, ll. is. 3   3  o D. D. th is. W. Y. E. il. js; per Treafurer *  t- o 140 13  o Difcharged a�d relieved fironi various Prifons . 52 Debtors for the Sum of        - -     161   8r 4 Cohfidered the Cafes of 92 Petitioners Approved *3x \ Refrrred, fat Characters 16 Petitions, *id rrjefied Four. ? Benefactions are received at the Thatched Houfe Tavera, ?nourgoCd Opinion, f.xonfricuaufiy mewn in the Event of this Day, ) come forward ur.der peculiar Circumftances of Satisfaction to tender ytva the finceraft Tribute of a grateful Heart.        .    .        , Ia the extea�ve Support you srive aBmrdjed roe, ard from . the.Aoptedtation you have fupified In Sttffngn atmoft uo�-maiooa, hiaray Lot to-e*peaience thfcmftx^Hoiiour that t can afpire V*, or that you can confer. And whilrt I adhere to that Rule of Conduct, which you have publicly marked by a Diftiaclion fo nattering, I truft that no ProtefSons t can mak� will affurd you a more convincing AnVranct of mr futoie Attention to the Welfare of my Conftituent?, and to the gensra! ]ntee-3s cf my Country'. , 1 am, with the utniatt Gratitude and Refpecl, Gtntlemea, Your devoted and moft faithful Servant, WILLIAM LEMON. Loftw'thttl, July 10, 1790., f'B'SJ j ALL Perfons who hav� any Demands on the Eftater or Effed^of JOHN WHEELER, late of CHESJRAM, in the Coutity of Btjcks, Bxker, daceafcH, are drfir=d to-f-nd in tftefr-Accawnts to Richard WHIlams, of John, tid^^rds, of Cfielham, Executtrs to. the above-named John Wheeler, on or before the foil Day of September war. And all Perfjns vrho are indebted. t� the ftid John Wheeler are defirsd to pay their refpecliveDebts, without Delay, to the Exectt�>-ca af^tefaid, Che-ham, July 14. rrgy       ,     _     y. ftg% OXFORDSHIRE*. CHURCH PREFERMENT. To be SOLD, THE NEXT PRESENTATION to a RECTORY of the Annual V.iJue of jjo1. and upwards. The prefent Incumbent is upwards of Seventy Years of . r. TKe Living is ia a pleafant Village about Twelve Miles South of Cxft.rd. For Particulars inquire of Mr. Lowndes, Rei-lion-fquarej London. , , (18^7 . HOUSE near the"~LAKES to be LETT, A"d entered upon at Michaelmas next. AModern - built HOUSE, ( fituated at ULVERSTOM, Lancalhire) fit for tbe Arcommodatiort ot a large Family; v/Ht Stables, Coach-Houfe, and aUrs* Garden, wait d-arid planted with Variety of the c hoi cell Fruits. Ulverfton is fituatrd in a fporring Country (a ^ack cf Hounds are kept near the Town); has a good Neighbourhood, an da chrapand excellent Market. For further Parctculzrg inquire of Mo WlUism Fell, Ul* Villon, Mr. "�. K. Jonesi No, 54, Mark-lafie, London 5 or Mr. Edward KendidJ, near Abe'gavenjay,.,..,       ^IJJ �_� STAFFORDSHIRE. . To be peremptorily SOLD by AUCTION* At the Houl'e of, Mr. Johrt Wilkinfon, the Lion'and Swan, in Co*jglet��o, in the Cpunty of Chelbjr, on Saturday tHe 7th Day ot' Anturt, 1790, be.iveen tbe Hours of Three and Five, fubjecl to fuch Conditions as will be tHen and there peod'eed, THE FEE.-SI1VIPLE. and..INHERITANCE of, and in all, ttiafapital MelTuagej Farm, and Ters�-rr.eAt, Brum: atKEW-CH'-lPEi., in tha Hamlet ot" Thinf-ficld,  and County of Stafford, in the PofLfinti r.f Mr. Jpifmh Machin, as Tenant ttWeof} containing, by Ad cei-ureme.it, Siity-fi* Acres of rich Arable j Meadow, and Paftute Land. ' This compact and delirable Eftat- is .offered to the Public under yeculiar Advantages j 'rt � well known to t-e replete wth Co�_l of"an excellent tjuality, which, fwrn its Ccrh-ttrxlcn �ltb the Pottetry attd * populous Neigbbourrtobd, muft fell to great Profit 1 and the OWneris" fo eweomftaoced, that a Sale at all Event* mdftforthwith tifee Place., For further Particulars apply to Mr. johnfon, Attorney, ia Congleton. ,   ft?sji. liORSFORTH-HALL, YORKSHIRE. To  be  LET T, And entered upon immediatelr, or at Candlemas hexta.- THE above DW^LLING-HOUSB, fituate in the nwft delightful part of the Well-Riding of York* Aire j containing a lajge Dining-Ropm, Drawing-Roum, Break!aft-Room, Library, and Hall, on the Ground-floor} CflUr good Bed-Chsmbert, vfith a Drefllhg-Room to each, in the St6 Story ; and fix Rooms in (she Attic Story ; ift the Wing, fjurRooms on the Ground-Flo>r,.and four Rooms abwte ) with Kitchen, Servants-Hall, Butier's-Pantry, and Hauta-keeper's-Room j together with a Coach- Houfe for two Carriages, Stable*,-sUnt* Cow Houfe, and "Dog.Kennel } a goodGatdeo. (we'd flocked with Frait-Trees), a Hot-Houfe, Gteea-Houie, FiA-Ponds, Paddock, coatainiig 35 acres, walled ronnd^ and other Pleafure-Grounds j and either with, without, 45 Acres of rich Meadcwa-id Paflure Ground, or any Part th.reof ; and a Right of Hunting and Sbootinj upon tbe Manor of Horsforth. Tbe above Prehiifes ate ia complete Repair, and fit for the Reception of a Gentleman's Family ; and diftaat fix AiiHes from Leet!a, fix from O.ley, and fix from Bradford; and in the Neighbourhood of a Pack of Fox, and another of Hate, Hounds. For further Particulars enquire  of Mr. Raftrick, of Rnadon, n84r Horsforth. fifcoJ GLAMORGANSHIRE.       '.    " To be SOLD, by i'rivate Contraft, THE MANSION-HOUSE, MANOR, and ESTATE of. LAN'DOW,. a.moft eligible and cumpdft Fteehotd Property; Containing near Five Hundred Acres of Meadow, Pafturr, and Arable Land, within a Ring-Fen&e, capable of considerable Improvements, arid now left to able Tenants; at the annual Rent of F&UR HUNDRED POUNDS, free of all Charges, the Tenants being fubjeft to tbe Payment of Rates., Taxes, Repairs, &c. Landow is % pleafant rural Village, fituate^ in a beautiful Country, djfttfnt Two Miles and a Ha'ffrora Gowbridge; in rhe Centre of the fertile Vale of Glamorgan, T*etve Milei from Cardiff, and Four from Bridge-End, Maikit-Towns, remaikably-well fupplied. �   H is pirticoJarly well fituitjrd for Water-Carriage, being only Three Miles aod a Half ftom the Briftol Channel. Landow is a very defirable Situation tVr % Gentleman who wi&es to"retire into the Country, and amufe himfelf with-Farming, as Lime, the chief Article for Manure, maybe procured in every Fuld, an� remarkably line Coal, ?t f'le moderateDiftance of Fhe Miles. The Roads are extremely g�jd, and the Neighbourhood fuperior to any in Wales. Further Information m.iy r-e obtained by applying to Mr. Rees Stokes, at Haverford-We > ;  or To Mr. Robert Jeti-kin�, at Briigi'-Epd, in the County'of Clanrirgao, w!o will   , ftew tbe Premifles. "       [*79*   

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