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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 5, 1790, London, Middlesex Price Four Pen(?e. From TH URSD A Y, August .5, to 5s" A TURDAY, August 7, 1790 t ) tfSV-Vi'W- FRIDAY, August 6. 21* LONDON.GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY, Thursday Augvst 5, 1790. Whitehall, Aug. 5. HIS inornino- one of his Majefty's Menengers arrived from Madrid, at 1- v�I"; \ tne office of his Grace L J?iV]TlU$^!\ the Duke of Leeds, his Vhy<\\Majefty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, with dif-patches from the Rigl't Hon. Alieyne Fitz Herbert, his Majefty's AmbaiTador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at that Court, containing an account of the following Declaration, and Counter-Declaration having been figned and exchanged, on the twenty-fourth of July laft, by hii Excellency on the part of his Majefty, anJ by his Excellency Count Florida Blanca, his Catholic Majelly's Minifter and Principal Secretary of State, on the part of the Catholic King. DECLARATION. DECLARATION. [ Copie. ] [ Tra: , The following Letter was fent from the Treafury * to the Lord Mayor yefterday, abput half p.ait one o'clock, and was immediately 'fent by his "Lordfhip to Lloyd's Cofiee-howb; and'the Stock-Exchange, for the information of the Merchants and Underwriters: 0 ' JVIritcball, Aiigftjl 5, .1^90. My Lord, ' .' " I have the honour to inform your Lordfhip, that a Mefienger is arrived from his. Majefty's AmbaiTador Extraoidwiary at Madrid, with the account, that, in compliance with his Majefty's -demand of fatisfacYion for the capture of the Britifh vefiels at Nootka, a Declaration was figned on the 24th of July, by Count Florida Blanca, in the name cf his CathoRc Majefty ; and that the fame .as accepted in his Majefty's name, by his Majefty's Ambaffador, who was thereupon to proceed to the difcuffion of the matters depending between the t'.a) Courts, with a view to a Definitive Arrangement. . " The Declaration above referred to, will be ^immediately publiflicd .in a Gazette Extraordinary, which will be forwarded to your Lordihip as foon as it is printed. I am, My Lord, Your J.ordi'hip's moft obedient And moft humble Servant, W.?W. Gre-rvilis.** ' Tie Right Hon. the Lord Mayor of London." The late Earl of Guildford was, in addition to the titles mentioned in our laft, Lord Lieutenant and Cuftcs Rotulorum for the county of Somerfet, Recorder of Gloucefter and Taunton, one of the Elder Brethren of the Trinity-Houfe, Prefidenf of the Foundling Hofpital and the Afylum, and Governor of the Turkey Company and the Ohar-ter-Houfe. Eulogy on Dr. Frankli n.-A gentleman who flood on the margin of Dr. Franklin's grave, as the remains of that illuftrious ilatefman and Philosopher's .were placed in it, faid, *' I would rather be Dofior Franklin in that coffin, than the firft King in Europe at prefent, with all his power and fame." The actual place of interment of our immortal Milton was on Wednefday difcovered. " The workmen employed in the repairs of Cripplegate church dug up a coffin, from the infeription on which there is undoubted proof that the remains of that fublime baid were there depofited-a cir-cumftance much fought for, but hitherto unknown to the world. Another forgery has been difcovered in the ci.y, to a confiderable amount; meflengers are gone to every fea-port to flop the party. Monday the houfe of Mr. Kidder, of Enfield, was broke open and robbed of plate and wearing apparel, to a confiderable value. , The circumftance of a-feinale fervant having 'eut'hef throat, did not happen at the Marquis of Saliftiury's at Hatfield, but at the Dowager Lady Salifbury's, at Brands, near Kilburn. The Co roner's Inqueft fat on the body on Tuefday, and brought in their verdict Lunacy. She had the knife clafped in her hand till forced away by one of the Jury. Wednefday Francis Fenton, one of the Clerks in the 3 per Cent. Bank Annuity Oftke, at the Bank of England, was brought before William Ad-dington, Efq; and underwent a long examination. He was charged on the oaths of William Edwards, Efq; Accomptant-General of the Bank, John Beard, and Robert Hands, with knowingly and wilfully uttering, forging, and counterfeiting the name of William Baker, as the proprietor of a fum of five hundred and fifty pounds, in the 3 per Cent. Annuities, and thereby transferring the faid fum of 550I. and receiving, pr, endeavouring to receive, the fame, as Tiis own property, with an intent to cheat and defraud the Governor and Company of the Batikiof England. ; The facl being clearly proved, he was'fully committed to New Prifon, Clerkenwell, for trial, and the parties bound over to profecute. Wednefday a pickpocket was feverely ducked at Weftminfter Bridge, for ftealing a pocket-book from a gentleman ; but this hydra of villainy, picking pockets, feemed to get freih vigour from this temporary punifhment of the mifcreanf, for two other gentlemen in' the crowd loft their watches, while the delinquent was undergoing, the punifhment. On Wednefday the Rev. Charles Egertoii, B..'A. ; was iriltituted to the vicarage of Thcrncombe,"> in Devon, on the prefeniation of John Bragge, Efq; void on the death of William Bragge, ( \ Clerk. ' * The Dean and Chapter of Briftol CathedraJ ;has prefented the Rev. William Catnplitt, -M. A. to'] the vicarage of Weare, in the county of Somerfet, .'void by the death of the of the late incum-; bent. . DIED.] On Monday laft, at Northampton,~ Mrs. Sutton, wife of' Aldermaff Stifton/ o*f \hn I place.-Thurfday, at Greenwich, Mrs. Hannah[ Mary Bonmn, .a fingle lady aged fevent^.r1^ On Monday laft, at Barmfton, in the Eaft-Riding: cf Yorki'hire, the. Rev. William Dade,- F; A. S.-Reilor of that parifti, aiid of Sr. Mary's, 'Caftle'-gate, in York, and Curate of the perpetual Curacy of St. Olave's, Maryga-.e, wiulmat Eootham-fiar, . . To be' s OLD, THEKEXT PRESENT A.T1JDN to a valuable REC TORY, in the Weft-Rid'ng of the County eff York, r.f the annual Value of j'bol. and upwards. ' 'F6r Pirtrculars ea^uire of Mtffrs. Kirton, Grey, and Walters,- Gray's Inn,- London;, or of Mr. Brooke, Attorney at-taw, inpopcajJer,,j-yqrk.&iK._..... [loao ; ^' To' MERCijiANTS, &c. ~" APerfon' in a good" inahufaituring Country, who underlUnJs the M mufafrory of Furtuni, Dinuiei,', and Muflins, wiftirt Wehgcge with a -reCpe&abls Hbale, to make Goods on Corhmidioa or Salivy. An AdJrefs, pDft-pAid^ to. A. B. L. left at the Poft�-Offi^e, Boic^n, Lancashire, will be duly auended to. N. B. Good Security will be "given. Osc*5^ To the F A C U L^y. \ ^ " AVery eligible Qppowhnity offers to analCHve v:>ung ferioa, who has been- �jro,perly educated in SUKGER.Y, PHiRM.-.CY,"and HlDWiF�RY, and who v,i(hes *.o fettle. fio^J Application may be made to Fal/hiw andH�5leT, at No. tlt Old Fiih ftrtet ;but uo Peifon need apply wb* carutjDt advance a i'ren.ium adequate -t> a Butincfs thercle** annual Aysrage Profits ot whic'.i, r'i>r tonr: Years, hav'i exceeded 400!. To the Nobility, .Gentry*: FafmeFs^Hp$e-D�$ieis,. and the Public in Qenefik . .s Who k i-.o KOR^ES^.and pther CATTLE. ' BEAN MILLS ase uiade pn-an entire^neiff Confuiuclion, and will fplit a Bu/hel of Beans or Pew in Ten Minutes, by one Pcrfon't Alfo 'Mill* tn^rind .'Matlf,* bre^k B,\r!ey for Hog�, Poultry, &c. Likewife'Milfs" to grind Oats for Hoifes, and all other -Seedaflj- Grain what-^ ever. '15iey take vcrj litdejlaoiiH;,aae wojic^d with great Eafe, and at a very friall Expe:,ce. To bj.liad of the M:mufa�turer, J. Stockdjle (No. a'66), Ho'.born. *#* Coff-e and Pcpp?r Mills, &c. . [2018 . Old-Jevj'ry, Jiily to, 1790: COMMITTEE of the SOCIETY for effecting the ABOLITION of the SLAVE TRADE. HAVING ftated, in our .gerieraj Report, the prefent Defickr.cy of our Funds, we foKuit tha FrTends of this Institution to enable ub to proftcuie this great Caufe to a Conclu/ion, by a Renewal of Sjubfcriptionsi which; will be received by- Saraucl:;Koare, jun. �f^. thp Tre�f.irer, No. 6z, Lombard-ftreet; and by Sir Herbert Mack worth, Bat- and Co. New Borfd-ft.ee:. ' By Order of the Committee, 1037] ORANVILLE SHARP, Chairman. r-~ CAUTION " Againft takin&a FORGED BILL of EXCHANGE. MESS. A9HMORE and- Co. of KIng-Street> Cheapfide, gtveNorice, -That a Bill, oatcd June 28; 1790,. foe 60I. payable two; idonth* after Date Co Richard Buxton or Order, and drawn in the Njmcs cf Medics* Ward and Wardie, of -Macclesfield, has been accepted by ' them ; bat that th n, fiom taking the faid Bill in Payment* And reoueit, if the fame /hojld be now in the Hands of any Ptrl'on not privy to the Forgery,, that fuch Perfon will call upon them, therewith, in order that proper Meafurcs may be taken to bring the Offender or Offenders to Juftice. [20'4 PARTNERSHIP. AGentleman poilefled of the Means of manufacturing an Article, whereof immsnfo Quantities a � annua'Jy imported, 2nd confumed in this Kingdom, wiflicf to extend his Maiiufdftory ; and, for that Pmpofe, is de-Crous of ukinj a Partner^ who can advaace frim i.sool. to io,cool. and for which, an adequate Shars in the Bufine command ac all Times a pro-'per Market. The Merchant api Tracer ' will, moon Experience* feti thij the rno!t convenlefrt CHarfnel of-Refourcehecan apply to For pecuniary Aid. - � Perfonal Applications, from Eleven till'F.wo.o*Clock> or Letters^ addiellcd to> Mcjiifs. .Rofs and <^p. No. , Soho-Squire, L-indon,, wjll receive ah itpmediate aj^i eipyc'rr^n^ Twer, and e/ery requifite"Delicacy o&ferve'd... ' l?'^:t$t'K : i ... Py|LiC-OFElCE^ ^.OW^l'REET^. ;; .1 Tburitiay, 5rh Auguit, 1790. ' STOLEN^ out of Co^entfy Park; on Friday ' N!giit, the 3 th cf luly, 1790J A L]GHT:BAY"MARE;* / 'Foifr Years oW,' beufes ri*�fib-FDteeri.--Mstete n'^i; ' fcafJS : Heels behind white ; a fmall Star oa her -Foi^dMJ^- blacks ,B4ood Tail, an.d .black Mane ; 4 fujalj .S;ar on the uif iii.is where'thi-Britlle'foes j 4n 1 :m rkao t2:P or 'diil of_dM/-h.ic � H-'-6i, � tfbic&M, nearly grd�conb - "y-1 .* , j.'f,' i, A Reward oFFive Guineas ivJl be giv?n to a y Pftfja^iio will brin^ ths faid M re.to Mr. John Clcccer, oi'.CoVfnii^ 1 arid'M.n WilJtam- Pi it ft, of Fillongleyj in rhe County of . Warwick, tffrers a fufthCr.Hewafd'of Twenty !'onads^^>e -paid 6h
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