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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 29, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L   O   N   D   O  N. ) Price Four Pence. From T H UR S D AY,  July  29,  to  S A TURDAY, July 31, .11790. F R I D A Y,  July 36. SCOTLAND. Edinburgh, July 26. H1S day the Hi�h Court ^0^%'/'Z^^�&S �^ Jul^c'ary met for the Tl T .'A TflTil   A- trial of James Macrae, of Hollmains,  indi&ed  at the inftance of the Hon. ;|;^jpf^! W Lady Ramfay and  Sir "T.>r>5f2ii?^f''i'V.y' der of the late Sir George Ramfay, Bart, on the 14th of April laft. Mr. Macrae not having appeared to ftand trial, fen-tence of fugitation (outlawry) was pronounced againft him. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, July 28.   Wind S. E.   Remain in the Downs rhe ihips as before, the Diligence pilot, \ and Detfey, Apfey, fcr MogarJore.   Moft of the \ outward-bound are preparing to fail. ,  Grave/end, July 28.   Pafied by the Neptune, Bailey, for, Greenland, with five fifti; Triton, ^Burrel), from Bolton ; Hannah, Garbut; P�ggy, Wilfon ; and Content, Carr, from Memcl; Spes Fidei,  Williamfon, from  Norway j   Minerva; rThornpfon, from Elbing ; Queen Charlotte, John-!fon, and Betfey, Miles, from Rotterdam. LONDON. Yefterday their Majefties and Priacefles came From WirrtMbr to St. James's. The Drawing Room commenced before two. The following were the only perfons prefent: The French, Spanifh, and Sardinian Ambaf-fadors, and all the foreign Envoys, Count Ben-tinck> Baron' de Roeb, Monf. Montmorin, Monf. JLaubardieoe, and Madame Laubardiene. Dukes of Argyle, Leeds, Dorfet, and RichmondI) uchefs of Gordon ; MarquiiTes of Salif-lury and   Lorn;  Earls, Eflex  (in Waiting), Talbot; "Mount Edgecumbe, Morton, Beaulieu, � knd  Jerfey;  Countefles,   Dowager Effingham 1 fLady in Waiting), Edgecumbe, Briftol, Cour-toun, Mexborough, and Effex ; Lords, W. Gordon, Dover, Valetort, and Amherft (GoldiHck. \n Waiting) ; Ladv n. Harvey; Sirs, G. Howard, \V." Faucit, j. Ordi W. Pepperel, j. Maw-bey, T. Wright', "F. Haidimand, and "G. Yonge ; Meff. Ryder, Cotton, Stanhope, Digby, Grofve-hor, T. Grofvehor, Lorigleyi Gam n^ Coote, and Fawkener; Generals, Clarke, Rainsforth, Ray, Williamfon, Parker, Morrifon, and Laf-fcelles; Col. Drouly (Silver Stick), &c. Mif-trefl'es, A- Stanhope, Coote, Williamfon, Ybrke, snd Bi udenell; Miffes, Boyd, Vernon, Bing-;am; Sec. The Court broke up before foiir o'clock. Mr. Pitt did not arrive till after the Drawing-00m was over, when he had an audience in the ^lofet, as had alfo the Dukes of Leeds, Rich-nond, and Dorfet, Marquis Saliibury, and Mr. .(viler. Mr. Pitt; in his few days retirement at Hol-Vsoodi has been b.ufily employed, In eonjunfftion with Mr. Grenville and Lord (Sbatham, in minutely examining fiieh Spanifh Treaties and papers as any way tend to throw light bn the fiib-ject at prefent in difpute between this country and ipain. The Emprefs of Ruflia is not included in the negotiation now going on at Reichenbach. She confented that her ally, the King of Hungary, tfiould make a feparate peace. Nothing  will contribute mofe to the riling Tgteatnefs of America, than that unbounded proration and toleration fhe holds forth to all fedts and defcriptions of men. The Roman Catholics, Protettants, and Quakers^, live therein one common bond of amity, and though there Is an cftablifhed religion in every particular State, the DiiTenters from it are not precluded fi-.orh offices either of honour or profit.. The liberality of fen-timent, by which the celebrated General Wafiiing-jonhas at all times been actuated; was never more apparent than ori a �eceht occafionj when an fcddrefs was prefented to him by the Roman Catholics of America. He aflured them; in the -character of Prefident of the United States, of the utmoft protection of Government, and the fame liberty enjoyed by other citizens. Yefterday morning a new - conftrutted eamp tent was put up in St. James's gardens for the infpection of his. Majefty, to whom it was introduced by the Duke of Richmond, Sir William Fawcitt, and General Morriton; it is j'z fe"et in circumference, and will flow 15 men to flCep in ; at noon 12 privates of the firft regiment were brought before his Majelly, and lay down in the tent with their heads to the meeting, and their feet to the pole in th'e centre, by way of exemplification. His Majefty feemed highly pleafeei with the invention. On Mdirday next,will be iffued, from the of-�.qe of tJhePaymailer General, 182 days pay to the reduceF^fficers of his Majefty.'s forces, irom ike 25th of December to'the 24th of June !*ft"; olfo fix months allowance for the lame period id the gentlemen of the late 3d and 4*h troops of horfe-guards. Lord Orford, fince the accident of the fire, has not honoured Houghton with much of his company. His time is chiefly divided betwixt two fmall houfes, one near Barton Mills, and one on Epping Foreft. Houghton Houfe, however, is by no means neglected; the part which was injured by the fire is reftoring to its former fplen-dour, and many of our bell artifts are at prefent employed by his Lordfhip, in works of ftatuary and. painting, to adorn the rooms as they are iinifhed. Lord Afhburnham employs his noble eftate of twenty-five thoufand pounds a year in plaining, agricultural improvements, and a liberal cultivation of the fine arts, in which the art of eating is not neglected. It is very wonderful that a collection of paintings io numerous and fo valuable fhould have excited fo Httle of the public attention as thofe which adorn Afhburnham Houfe. A native of India, named Juggul Gho/e, died in November fatt near Calcutta, and no lefs than two females, who claimed the honour of being his wives, devoted themfelves voluntary facrifices on his funeral pile. The Maria, Morlet, from Bengd to Oftend, is loft at the Cape of Good-Hope. By a letter from Ireland there is intelligence that the Fox floop was wrecked a few nights ago/ near Kilkadrane Point; the gentlemen on board, with the crew, were faved. The Dafhwood packet, Capt. Roberts, which brought over the Leeward Iflands mail, has alfo brought remittances for the merchants to the amount of ..upwards of ioo,oool. Jnecdote of the late Dr. Franklin.-Among the many valuable qualities for which this great character was diftinguifhed, an evennefs and tranquillity of" mind were not the leaft obfervable. A gentleman paffihg the Doctor's lodgings while in London, called to enquire after his health. It happened to be dinner time, and the room was full of a feleft party. The Dodor, however, received him with much familiarity, but the fervant in reaching a chair threw down a very curious weather-glafs of considerable value, and broke it to pieces. The gentleman was extremely concerned at the accident, and began to make an apology for his being the caufe of it; but the Do&or with great good humour interrupted him, faying, " Sir, I am beholden to you for it- we have had a very dry feafon, and now I have hopes we fluall foon have rain, for I never faw the glafsyfc low." A Qwrt time fince a Quack Dottor was taken from his ftage at a town in Cambridgeshire, and brought before a magiflrate as a rogue and vagabond. Upon his examination he faid he was a gentleman by education and profeffion. A medical gentleman being prefent, afked him feveral quef-tions, and among others what was meant by a dijhcation ? he at firft refufed giving any anfwer, faying it was a fecret in medicine, but at length he faid it was a iiiforder i* the groin." In a hand-bill difleminated by a fon of Crifpin at the Weft end of the town, after thanking his cuftomers for their diftinguifhed patronage, he defires they will pay no attention to feveral new Ihops who originates them/elves, as feveral creditable perfons are ready to make their depoiitions th3t he is the frfi original. On Monday afternoon, about three o'clock, a fire happened at Shipftead, at a lonely farm in the parifh of Marcham, about two miles from Abingdon, occafioned by the x>verheati�g of a hayrick which had been put together too green: The hay-rick, with three others near to it, were entirely confumed ; the flames alfo communicated to a barn and ftable, which were iboh reduced to afhes, but providentially the dwelling-houfe and fome other detached buildings Were, though with difficulty, preserved. At the laft allizes for the county of SufTex a verdicL with two hundred and fifty pounds damages, was given againft a perfbn for difeharging a piftol at a lady as fhe flood at the. window in her hufband's houfe; and for violently affauking the mother of the faid lady, who is irr the 77th yeat of her agej and a female fervant of the family, by_putting a pifto'l to their,heads, at the fame time hbldirig a drawn fword in his other hand, and. threatening to blow out their brains. The Lord Chief Baron, in his charge to tne Jdry, remarked, with much feverity, on the un-manlinefs and brutality of the defendant's conduit ; which was Of fuch notoriety as neither to admit of a defence from the defendant or his Gdunfel.. The young lady at the time of the af-farik being in a ftate of advanced pregnancy, and her life; in confequence of the alarm fhe had fuftained; was defpaired of for feveral days! . . MARRIED.] ; Yefterday morning, at Mary-bonei George Buggin, Efq\ of Vl^igmore-ftreet, to Mifs Tapps; of Hinton Admiral; in the county of Hants; Alfo; George Ivifon Tapps, Efq: of Hinton Admiral; trJ Mifs Buggin, Of Wigmore-ftreet.-^-Tuefday,, at Cupar, William Ann Douglas, Efc|; junior, of Stratheridry,, to Mifs Rebecca Daizyell; daughter bf the late John Dalzyell; Efq. of Largo.-=On Thurfday; at Batheaiton, Stansfieid Davis, Efq. of Corfham, Wilts, io Mifs Hilton,- daughter of the late David Hilton, Efg. of Din-ham.-Yefterday fe'nhighf., a: Bath, WUliani filathwayte, Efq. bf Dirham - hcuf% jploucefterfHire, to Mifs Scotr, youngelt daughter of the hte William "Scott, Efq; of Great Eair, :in Sta^brdihire. NAVY   OFFICE, 14th July, 1790. THE Ptincipal Officers and Commiffioners of his Majefty'* Navy do hereby give No ice, that en TufFday the 10th of Auguft they will be ready to treat with fuch Perfons as may be willing to fupply his Maje ly's Slop-Office with SHOES, on a (landing Contract, to commence immediately, agreeably to a Pattern Sh/>e, which, with the Conditions of the Contract, may be feen at the Slop- Office, and to be paid for t.t Navy Bills, with the Discount added. No Tender will be receive^ aftrr Twelve o'clock ; nor any attended lo unlefs tht Varty at:ends, or fome Vc f.m for him. ['95' IF any - Perfon, who can indifputably prove Himfdf HEIR at LAW to Mr. JOHN MAR TIN, late of LAXFIELD, in the County of Svff 'k, Gentleman, wha die� in Apiil, 174?, will apply to Mr. J hn Cnrthew, Attorney at Law, in Wcoibri-.'.ge, ia the faid County, he will bear of fome thing confiderably to his Advantage. For paiticular Reafons, as enly an Application as poffible of the Heir of tTie Pccafi-rl is n-ceTny. f 1984 WALESBY's   BANKRUPTCY. ALL Perfons who were indebted to ELMIT WALESDY, o'r^LOU TH, in the County of Lincoln, Wine-Merchant, Dearer, and Chapman, at the Time he became Bankrupt, are requefteJ 10 p �y thi-ir refpeftivo Debs to Mr. John Mcggitt, or Mr. Edward Gray, bo.li  f Lcuth aforefaid, tlie Aflignees of the Eitate and Efl'.dis of tha laid Bankrupt, wi:h:n one Month from the Dare thereof j oiher-wile Adlions will be commenced for K-ecovcry of fuch D; bis, without further Notice. f 1970 Louth, By Order of the Affignees, 24:h, July, 1790. THOMAS WEBB, Solictor. WHET35TONE  TURNPIKE, County  of  Mlid!ef;X,   July 15,   1790. NOTICE is hereby given, That the Tolls ari'ing at ths Toil Gat" of the laid Tn-nptke will be Lett ly Auftjon, to the Deft Bidder, at ihe Houl'e of ^^r. Jjhn tSufleli, at the Gieen-man, in Whetfto�e afo.efaid) on Monday ike 43d Diy or'Aug ift next, at Tweve o'clock, in the Manner diieci. d by the Ac* c.f Ptrl;ameit p flVd in the 1 3th Year of the Reign of his prefent M j sty King Ge rge tht Hid   fi>r regu'atin^ rhe Tu n^ilie-RoaJs. Which To.U produced the lift Ve\r the Sum of One Thcu'and Threts Hundred and Mi stv-Thrcs Pounds, and Seventeen Shillings, exc ufive of the Exp^nces of colle-Sing thtm a id which will be putyjp at th^t Sam. Whoever happens t> le the i e.i liidd-r muTt, at the: fme Time, givi; Secur't.', with fu^cient Sureties,-ro th: Sais-latli n 0! t'le Tiuilts of the lai i Turn, ike-Road,' for Payment of the Rent agreed for, a.;d at fuch Times ai they fhall di.-ed. By Order of the Truftees, 1S76) JAMES ELi.lS, Clerk and Surveyor. M A j O R~R O B E R T S, Comma iding his Majerty's 28'.^ Regiment, THINKS it incumbent on him to acquaint the Officers and MeB of the R-egixent, who ferved in it at ST. CHRISTOPHER'S, laft War in th s public Maneer, a* a general Anfwer to the numlerlefs Letteri raceived on the Subject, Tim he is informed, by a Lstter from the Pay-tna:te� of the Ifiand, the Afieml>ly hav^ rt-jected his Petition for Payment of the Mand Pay due to the Regiment, and thus have deprived them, without aiTigning any Rcafon, of what they conceived fo julily their Due; it having been freely, and without Selicitatloa granted them by a folemn Act or' tl e Affembly of that IfJ and ii the Year 1779, when the Prefence of the Kegiment was thought to have contributed to the Prefe.v tion of it. The Regiment received lflani Pay in confequence of the shove Act, irom nil of July, 1779, c� 3� h September, 17S0 ; and there now remain^ du; to the Regiment, on Account of fuch Pa\, from the ill of October, 178c, to the loth of Augvift, 17S1, the; Sum of Five Thoufand Two Hundred and Nine.. Pounds and Tw* Shillings, Ifiand Cuirenvy. [s9''0 Armagh Earrack",   7th July, 1790. DESERTED, on Monday the 19th Infiant, fr his Maj.eny> Third, or Prince of Wales's, Regiment of Drajooft Guards, quartered at Otury Sr. Klar/s, in thj C.unty o*' Devqn^ .JOHN BRIDGE, Tw-nty-five Years t.f Ago,' Five -Feet Nine Inches and a half high, fair Corjiplexiod, lank Vifage, l.glit - brown Hair, and grey Eyes$ born in the Pa.ifh cf Jane, in the County.'of Efiis., by Occupation a Labourer j and is fup-pofed to have defeited; ia, 4 grey Serge Coat and Waiflcjac and Fuilian Breeches. ,Alfo, JOHN WORTHY, Twenty three Years of Age, Five Feet Eight Inches high, ftout made, freih Complexion, round Vifage, Brown Hair and grty Eyes; botn in the Town of Bellingham, in Northumberland; by Occupation a Labourer, and is fuppofed to have 1'eferted in a blue Coat and Waiftcoat and Olive-coloured Brerches. Whoever apprehends the above Deferfers, or either of them, ana ftcuxes them in any of his M jefty'5 Gao's in C'ireat-Biitain, fhall receive a Reward of Twenty Shillings fjr each, above the Allowance granted by Act of Parliament fur apprehending Deferters, on applying to the CMfimandmg Officer at Exeter, or to Mellrs. Lamb and Cock, Agents to the faid Regiment, in Golden fquare. London.       L'9&9 To be SOLD, by AtfCTION, On Wednefday the iSth Day of Auguft n-j:.t, at tr.�Old Ship Tavern, in Brighthelmltoii, at Fon p'Clock in the After-no >n, if not in the mean Time tJifpofid of by pJvace Con- Tt,aHlt MANOR; br reputed MANOR, of BALLESDEN, otheryrife " BALLSDLN, with the Appurtenances, and the very definable Farm and Lands, partly Freehold and partly Copyhold} known by the Name of Eallefden, othevwife Ballfden j containing by Admeafnre-mcnt 1007 A. 3 R. 33 Pv .of. Land; 303 A. 2. R. 27 P. Part whereof are good Arable, Meadow, and Pafture, an^i all the reft.flne Sheep Down ; with a neat Far.n-Houfe, rrcenrjy buiit, and all neceffary and convenient Out-bui!ding<, in gr-.oJ Repair; together with the.Right to the Poitijo of Tythes, veatly g^osving, arifing, or. renewing within t!ie faid Manor-. Farm and Lands called Ballefderv, ctherwlfe BallCden; and alfo wiihin 16& A; i R. .38 P- of Land, called Bazhill, other-wile B tlliihitl j atjd ;alfo within the Farm and Lands called Norton, containing by Admeafuremerit 3S3 A. and 30 Perches. '     . ::.:!* -:' A'l wH��H PreioMes-sire now occupied by Mr. John Farn-corflb, ani are very defirably fitua^cd upon tha Sjuth Downs, in the Parifh of Rottingdean, within Foar Miles of Biight-helinfton, and within the fame' Diftan� of Lewes, Mr, Thomas Beard, of Rottingdean, will fliew the Eftate, aid for further Particulars j and the Terms of Sa'e; apply to Mr. Allfrey, of Fri.ltoh \\tcc ; Meffrs. Giibcrr and Hoper, a. in'Wes ;   By   Mr.   BLYTH, On Monday and Tuefday the ad and 3d of AngofL^ 1790, at Eleven p'CIock, by'Ordet of the Executory,   "   1 ALL the genteel and uleful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. Qf Dr.' ALEXANDER, deceafed, At his hte Houfe, in Church - Field, Margate. %* To be viewed on the Friday and Saturday, preceding  the Sale. Catalogues to be had at the Inns in the Towns contiguous 3 at Mr. Burgefs's, Ramfgate; at Mr. Blyth's, Compton-ft.eet, Soho, Londo � j and at the PI ce of Sal�..  [igfir MONEY   ADVANCED.      * To MANUFACTURERS, SHOPKEEPERS and others. AN AccomrrYbd2tion of Ca(h upon all Kinds of Woollen and Cotton Goats, Lin^n-Dapery, Mercery, Hclieiy, Hardwaw, or any other Artic'e, rsw or Ma-nufactu ed, may b- immediately bad to any Amount, upoft the molt liberal P.ir.ciple, at leg \\ .In(treft-.: end a roodeiatc C >mmiflion, f >r fuch Time as may be-agreed'on, free from the Inconvenience of a Broker's Sale Rocm. -     ' The Advance wi.'l be made to the u^rfltrft acecfrdtng to , Value ; or fhould Sale be preferred, an ertenfive Coirrttction, and Foreign Correfuondenee, command at all Times a prosper Market.'      The Merchant and Trader will,, upon Experience, find this the moil convenient Channel of Refource he can apply to fir pecuniary Aid.       - ' Perlbnal Applications,, from Eleven till Two o'Cloctr, or Letters, addreffed to Mcfiri. Rofs and Co. No. 6, Soho-Squ^re, London, will receive an immediate and explicit An-fw:r, and every requi&te Delicacy obferved.* -. / ' Ci9T*T OXFORDSHIRE. CHURCH PREFE R M E N T. To be SOLD, rpHE NEXT PRESENTATION, to a REC^ X TORY of the-Annual.Value of 350!.. and upwards. The prefent Incumbent is upwards of Seventy Years of Age.      . �..      . The Living is ia a pleafant Village abaut Twelve Miles South of Oxford.      .        . *    ' Fir Particulars inquire of Mr. Lowndes, Rei-lion-fquare, Lond.w. (iS^7 To   be   LET T,  . And entered upon immediately, For fuch Term .of Years as {ball be agreed upon, TROWBRIDGE - HOUSE, iituated in the Parifh of CRFDITON, in t.ieCounty of Devon ; with abiur 30 Acres of fine Paitme Land.- The Hrufe confifhof a Breakfa;}- Rocm, Parlour, and Drawing - Room, elevea Lodging - Rooms, Servants - Hall, Kitchen, Brewhoufe, Ccach-Houfe, Stabling for Ten oj Twelve Horfes, and large walled Gardens, planted with choice Fruit-Trees. The Houfe is fituated in a pkafant a.id healthy Spot, commanding an extenfive Profpect, about one Mi'.e and a Half from C editon, a cheap and plentiful Market-Town, and feven Miles from Exeter. The Taker will haye the Liberty of/porting over an ex-tenDve Manor, well Mocked with Game. C*9*7 Apply ibi further Particulars, by Litters, Poft paid, to Mr. C.eave, Attotney-at-Law, Crediton, Devon. WARWICKSHIRE. To  be   SOLD, AVery capital FREEHOLD ESTATE ; con-fifting of the Maaor or Royalty of Stockton, bear Sou-tham, in the County of Warwick, and of a 1-Wge Man-fion-Houfe, with a good Dovecote, Gardens well Walled, and fever utham, and.Ten from. Warw'ck, Coventry, and Daventry. [189a, For further Particulars inquire of Mr: Caldeeott, Attorney at Law, in Rugb; ; or Mefl'. Kinderley and Long, Symond's-Inn, Crrancery-Lanrj"~Lond6ni -andfor a Viewr of the Prem:fies apply t
                            

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