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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 27, 1790, London, Middlesex Bice Four Pence., From TUESDAY, July 27, ijtekall, July 27. Wednesday, July 28. ff� the London gazette. Whitehall, July 27. HE King has been pleafed to grant the dignity cf a Baronet of the kingdom of Great-Britain to John Orde, Efq; Governor of the ifland of i)ominica, and Captain in the navy, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten. The Right Honourable thdords of the Treafury have appointed Ed-mt Eltcourt, of Lincoln's Inn, Efq; tobeSo-lic to the Stamp^^ce, in the room of Gibbs Cifuard, E% refignelf. i/Uty July 3/ Yeiterday morning, at eight b'(k, her Sicilian Majelty was-fafely delivered ipfPrince, who was immediately baptized by ihames of Leopoldo, Giovanni, Giufeppe, & , draper; ro furrer.der Aug. 24, 251 and Sept. 7, at el. at the 1 Kree Swans, in Market flarbuir ugh, Lei--.cM1'- Attorney, Mr. Thomas Maiflull, at Puttering, tJaroptouihire. , lid Of, of NTevk-caftle upon Tyne, warehoiifirrun ; to. Ji�5�r Aug. 1 14, �nd Sept. 7, at ttn, at tlut White->ii(i Kewtaftlc u, on Tvne. Attorney, Mr. William Wil-k'it Percy-(beet, Newcaitle. (Tf Kyte, J��nf Kye, Suffer, merchant; to furrender jAii, 11. and Sept. 7, at e'even, at the George^*T Rje. Aties, Me0". Cuiteis, Waterman, and Wuoiietr, at *>'.'. , ) Hopkinfvin, of Carlton, in the parkli of Sna'.th, Voire, miller and comfatior; to funender Aug. 12, 13, sndt. 7, at ten, at the Blue bill, in Snaith. Attorney, Mrogley, in Snai'h. S�el Ljmb, ot High Holborn, Midohfex, haWdsfher; to /ndfer Aug. 7; 14, and Sept. 7, at ren, at Guildhall, X.OU' At:or.iies, MefT. Allen, Furnival :-inn. Dividends to be tnacie. Bird Lfedes, lae of ftoyd's Hall, iu the parish of ilrad-jbtd^ork&ire, moncy-fcrivener; Aug. 31, at ten, at the Sunn, in Bradford. 'Ifrus Weft, late of Chicherter, SuiTex, painte , gla-iiernd habfrd^irrer ^ Aug-. 54., at fjeven, at the Dolphin lanyi ChicheAer. Final 'Dividend. |i>h DjvIcs, of Hampfteadj Middlefcx, coachmp.fte.rj Augo, at ft*, at Guildhall, Lonoon. Final Dividend VVsm Porleous, of C a tea ton ftreer, London, whalffale hib;fl".nr; Aug. 30, at eleven, at Guildhall, Loud n. J is Mofen3i�7 of Oxford ftrtet, in the panih ot S;. M^re-bonne, ^Middlcfex, perfumer : Aug. 3^, at ten, at Gjilil', London. Thus Price, of Jetle-ftreet, Lincoln's inn-fields, JvJ dcex, winj-merchant j Aug. aS, at el.ven, atGuld-hall, ondon- Elbe.ih Ann Phi librovvn, ani Will'am Richards, of t^MeeiUeet, Cheapfie.e, London, c "3*1 34i 33] 33 I 33 > 33 I 33J 32 y 32 \ 32 3 3�. 23 25 This Eledion, which has been fo firongly con-tefted, will ultimately be decided in the Houfe of Lords; for the Clerks Reg'jlers, being merely Mi-nUterial oftkers, were bound to receive, under protell, all the votes that were offered-and feveral of courfe did vote that have no juft right. By the compl cated nature of this return thefe votes will be now fubjeiteJ to a feriou-s fcrutiny. The firft thirteen Lords on the lift will be returned as havinsr a clear majority. The next five, as having ah the fame number of votes, will be returned in that way, but three only can be finally declared duly elected. The Lords who have ftill fewer votes, however, may petition not only aga:nft thefe five, but generally, againft all, and a fcrutiny of the (vhols poll will be the cqnfe-quence. A Committee has been appointed lately to examine the lift of Army Surgeons, and give in the names which they approve of for appointments to foreign fcrvice, with the forces and the garrifons abroad-of courfe thofe who ftand high in the lift, and were beft known in America during the laft war, are mcrft likely to- be tele�led^ Yefterday a Court of Aldermen was held, prefent the Lord-Mayor, 14 Aldermen, and Sheriff Newman. The price of bread was continued as before. Nine brokers were allowed and feven fworn. The appeal of William Chapman, againft the watch-rate for the Ward of Cheap, was hetrd and difmifled the appeal not being within the time limited by aCf of Parliament. William Jones, Efq; was admitted one of the four Common Pleaders in the room of John Syl-vefter, Efq. refigned. The Court eleded Mary Cramthaw, a poor old woman, into EmmanuelHofpitali and Mary Beaten Smith, a poor little orphan, into the fame to be educated. Some years 3go an Irilh Gentleman bought a horfe, with a very curious pedigree, of a great Dealer in Yorkfhire. In going over to Ireland, unfortunately the pedigree was loft; apon which the Gentleman wrote to the Dealer for another copy. The Dealer's reply was, " if he would pledge bis honour that it was really loft, he would fend either a copy of that, or another as gbod." On Sunday evening Mr. B. the profecutor of a well-known cornfaftor, put a period to his exilt-ence, at his houfe at Walworth. \ cfbrday afternoon, the Boyne, a fine new fhip of 98 guns, was launched at Woolwich ; and the Leviathan, of 74, at Chatham- The command of the latter is given to Lord Mulgrave, and of the former to Capt. Bowyer. Some of the fpettators of the launch of the Boyne, on their return, walked acrofs the bridge of a dry dock, which gave way ; and 15 perfons, among whom was a very genteel woman, fell 24 feet into about a foot and a half of water. Fortunately no mateiial damage was fuitained by "any of them, excepting one man, whofe leg was broken. Sunday the marriage bans for nolefs than thirty-eight couple were publiibed in the parilh-church of St: Martm in the Fields. James Shipley, who murdered his mother in March laft, at Burton-opon-Trent, has been con- ] vifted at Stafford affixes, and executed. The Rev, John Henry Clapham, M. A. Fells vv of �!are-hall> and Chaplain to Lc�?l Ausk- Jand, is collated by the A/fehbiftiop of Catiter* bury to tke,living of Shepherdfwell with Col-read, in Keiit, lately vacant by ceffiois. ;His - Farming Bufinefs in all its Branches, and it weil aojtti'rftted with the Vialut of 5;ot;k> w.iuld wi(h to engige hj.ufeif as Looker to a ;y Noblcm�n, GcntL'ma , or L;<*y} Can have a i'ufficient RecnnmtnJaiiDi frsm many princlpil Fatnners in tht County ejf Eflox. � 1957 Ariy Pjtfjn,*vaatiBg fuch an Afli^3at will, fay direift/ng 1 L;ne for A. M% so be left at Mr. William ^Hunilforr's, Vp-holler, No. 54, White'ch'ipel, be fefpeftfully attended tp. GLOBE-TAVERN, STRAND, . July 20, 1790. AT a numerous'and refpeclable Meeting of the EleQors of Weft.-rrinfter, Approving the Principles on which Mr. HORNE TOORE dedarci himfrtf a Candidate ct thelaie EkOicn, the followLrg Toafts were g.Vin from the Chair : 1. The King and the Conftitutioi, and may they never be fe|-arited. � 2. The 1679 Volunteers of Weftm'nfl or fuffcred, or exrrted themfelves, to have to theif Pofleritv that Syltem of juft: an J fqusil O.overnmint which it is bur Duty Co maintain and f cure. ~ . . . J " 6. A fair and reat XJefti m in 'WeAm'.nftet, without Per- - �� jury or BbodlheJ. : ' - 7. A real Rep refer, tatiofi of the People in a reaf Houfe of Commons , the only M�ans of fecuiiaj all thofe Rights arid Bleffings which th:s Cjunt'ry continues to enjoy, and of recovering .thof.: Rights which Smug^lars and Ufurpers have fraud !e itly t-ken from u>. 8. Lieutenant-General Melville and'his Teft. Refjtved, Tlut the foregoing Tosfts, as expreffive of the Sentiments and Princ'ples of this CoropJny, Bs infrrt'd and publilhed in tlie Daily and Even'urg Papeis, and figned by the Chairman, 196c] JOHN HORNE 1O0K.F. ' ' GLAMORGANSHIRE. To be SOLD by Private Cofitrflffl, HE MANSION-HOUSE, MANOR, and 1. ESTATE of LANDOW, a moA eligib^and compatr Freehold Property, containing near Fife Hundred Acres or Meado*, Patture, and Arable. Land, within a Ring-Fenctf, cipable of confi.lerable Improvements, arid now lect to able Te lants, at the annual Rent of FOUR HUNDRED POUNDS, free of all Charges, the Tenants being fuhjet>>$p the Payment ' of Rates, Taxes, Repairs, Sec. LandW is a pleafan: rural Village, fituated in a beautiful Country, diftant Two Miles and a Ha'ffro/ri Cowbridge, in the Centre of the fertile Vale of Glamorgan, TajIvc Miles from Cardiff, and Four from Bridge-End, 'Ma:Jtet-Towas, remaijtably Wc\l fuppiied. It is particularly well fituated for V/ater.'Carriage, beicg only Three Miles and a Half from the Briitol Cbafirj�l�. Lahdow is a very definble Situation fvr 4 Gentleman who wilh-s to retire inco the Country, and amufe himfelf with Farming, as Lime, the chief Article for Manure,' may bs ptocured in every Fkld, and le.narkibly fine Coal, at the moderate Diftaiice of Fi>e Miles. The Roads a:a ext�eaiejy good, and the*- Ne/ghbourhaod Alptrior to i>:y in Wales. ' Further lcforraaticn may Ve obtained by ^plyirt* to Mr. R�
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