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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 12, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L   O   N   D   O   N. ) Price Four Pence. From  T HUR SD A Y,  August   12,  to  SATURDAY,  August FRIDAY, August 13. COUNTRY   NEWS. *� Bath, August ii. ^CQS^^^rC>;o-, HE finenefs of the wea ^A/ T ) larger concourfe of .peo... rfV<--    ' Pie  yefterday to Lanf- %^if3}4^P v-'' down   fair   than   was ft^llpaiSft; ever before remembered. There was a confiderable ^^^^M^^M-} 9uantity of cheefe on the K^^^^^y^V^; hill, which, notwithftand ther  drew together  a ing its high price, was foon all fold. New cheefe went on the average at 36s. Old at 44>s.'per cwt. There was a raid-ling fhew of horfes, the fale of which was rather dull, and cheaper than for fome time part. .Fat beaHs went about 405. a hundred ; and lean caul.", of which there was a large number, fold dear. Fat fheep about 3s. a ftone. A few days ago, as a poor boy of the name of Newell, /on of a beiom - maker, at Lockerly, Irian ts, was gathering whortle-berries, in Lockerly woods, he was bitten by an adder, in confequeoce of which his body fwelled very much, and he died in two days; a furgeon was fent for, but too late fo fave the boy's life. s  h   i   p - n   e  W~ " t>eal, Au^. 11. Wind S. C*me down the Jamaica, Nevin, for St. Ube's; Commerce, Palmer, for Bourdeaux ; and Polly, O'Laughton, for Limerick ; and failed early this morning, with the Nemefis frigate, and outward-bound as before-, except the Commerce, Kerr, for Gib/altar, Which Temarns with his Majefty's mips Adventure and Pomona, Wafp floop, Unity tender, Diligence pilot, and Sc. Jamcsls planter, Paxton, for Jamaica. The 9th inftant failed the Mary-Ann, Pattifon, for Quebec. Crave/end, Jug. ii. Paffed by the Nancy, IVTirian, from Hamburgh ; Diligent, Pinfon, from Naples; Rebecca, Blackburn, from Grenada ; Pitt, Manning, from China; Princefs Royal, Prerton, from Memel ; Jofeph and Hannah, Em-blington, ...apd .PpHy�. Harris, ffoss Wyburgh ; Thomas and Alice, Gill, from Dantzick ; Thames, Fletcher, and I names, Deanham, from Peter/burgh ; and Duke of Richmond, Falconer, from Stockholm. LONDON. t Yeftcjday being the Birth-Day of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wsjes, there want ,t �>ra*ving' Room at St. James's* when the Royal Family received the gratulations of the Nobility-, Gentry, See. The company prefmt were as follows : The King, Que< n, his Royal Highnefs the Prince ofWulcs; Princeiles Royal, Auguila, and Elizabeth ; Dukes of York and Gbucelcer, and the Duke of Glcucefler's Daughter, Prin cefs Sophia. Lord Chancellor, Dukes of Portland, Bedford, and ArgyJe ; Ducheflcs of Gordon and Northum* ^erland ; MarquiGTes of Stafford, Graham, atnd Sa-lifbury ; Marchionefs of Stafford ; Early, Galloway (in Waiting), Edgecumbe.Criatham, Carh.ampton, Harccurt, and Morton ; CotratefTes, Howe, Chatham, Effingham, Harcourt (Lady in Waiting), Rothes, Cdtsrtcon, and Mexborough ; Vif-fcounts, Melbourne, Duncannon, Bayham, Parker, Valletort, and Stopford ; Vifcounteifes, Duncannon, and Melbourne. Lords, F. Campbell, Southampton, Howard, Paget, Rivers, Boiron, Hood, J. RuflL'l, Loughborough, and Dover (Goldtlick). Ladies, Grantley, J. Ruflel, Howard, Am-hefiL. JL sod C. Waldegrave, Glynn, Reid, R. Mariners, Bofton, F. Campbell, M. Howe, C. affil S. Gower; Sirs, F. Molinenx, J. Banker, G. Cooper,   C. Watibn,  F. Haloimand,  G. 'oward, G. Warren, and T. Dick ; Mellrs. C. j. Fox, Pitt, Grenville, Villiers, Townfhend, .lillis, and Digby; Generals, Adean (Groom of tfie Bedchamber), Murray, and Harcourt; Cols. Gwynn and Hu'fe ; Major Hanger, and other Officers; the French ar.d Spanilh Ambafl'adors ; irioft cf the foreign Envoys ; Counts, D2 Lab:ul-dietre, De Malzhan, Devillty, and Reick; Countefs Labaddiere, Chevalier de Horti, and Monf. Calonr.e. The Court was over by fovir o'clock, and before five the King, Queer*, and Princefles returned to Kew to dinner. Their Royal HighneiTes the Prince of Wales, Dukes of York and Gloocefter, came federally in their Mate carriage?. The new Prufuan Amba.Tad-jr was prefenteel to the Queen, and had an audience : his predeceflbr alfo took leave of h^r Majellv. His Royal Highnefs the Prince of "Wales received the felicitations of a feledt, arrd numerous company at Carleton Houfe. Yefterday their Royal HighnefTes the Prince of Wales dno JDukc. of York, with a large company of their friends, dined with his Grace the Duke cf Bedford, at Bedford-houfe, Bloomfbary-fquare. The'Anniverfary of the Heir Apparent's birth Vejis obferyipd yefterday. through the whole of the riietropoHs, in a way which bore the moll ho-� noura-ble teftimony drj the part of the public fo bis virtues. Loved -and admired where, he has keen moAobferved and i*beil known* all ranks concurred in paying the warmefl and moft heartfelt compliments'to their Prince. The public places of entertainment, knowing his popularity, emulated each other in gratifying the public by the honours they paid him. Fireworks were difplayed at Ranelagh, which was opened for the occafion. A fplendid illumination was given at Vauxhall, and all the theatres in the vicinity of the towni exerted their tafte", talents, and loyalty, ia various fpeftacles, to adapt themfelves for the day to the wiihes of the people. Yefterday being the anniverfary of the Prince of Wales's Birth-Day, the Society of Antient Britons, with the Treafurers, Governors, and Truftees, met at the Welch Charity School to celebrate the fame ; wheVi the King, Queen,. Prince of Wales, wilhing him many and happy returns of the day; ! irjfijrmation tr--nching th* atove 'Efwaity* -or w? ere t^:^ of fi-e Relatiras may be found, siWieffci �% ftiftQfi: will bft: jfO��.ir  io,qoo1. and for which, an adequate Share in the Bufinefs will be co-:iideied ; the Situation is pedaflarly eligible for the Confii'i'ption of the Article; the Manufactory e'ean J the Credit {hart, moftly Money ; and the Profits remarkably -good; not rubjeiS to Excife, or any Government Lifpec-. This being worth, the Attention1 of any young acllve Man, who wiihes to engage in a lucrative genteel Bufinef*, it is hoped "none but fiich will apply, as-a gentleman in^ Years, of tone wTicrddes not choofe to talEe-an active Part in*. the BufinJe/s, will riot be accepted; Attestion being an abfo- . ..lute Reqnifite for the carrying on tbisMinnfaitory to proper Advjnt.-ge. None but Principals, or their immediate Connections, ' need apply-- ^ Further Particulars rtay be knows by applying to Mr. Dawfoh, CiemerirH-Inn, London. [* 35    ; NORFOLK.   * " To  be   SOLD   by  AUCTION* At the Dog Ion, in Ayllham, in the County Of Norfolk, on Tcefday the 31ft Day of this Inlhnt Auguft^.between the.Haatsiol Five *n* Seven 6'Clock in tbe Afternoon (unlefs before difpofed of by private Contrail, of which\ Notice will lie given in this Paper), fuBject to fuch Cob' dTtions a^ will be then arfd there produted;, ANew-buxit MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOtfSB, with two Cottafesj YirrJ�j Gardens, and fourteen Aciies of very rich Pafture Land f alfo a fpa'ci^u?' Water Corn Mill, wfth three Pair o^tonej, two Bolting-Mills, Cylinder - tfach'-ne ipr cltanii^ Wheat, Rollings Scteen, �u�4 gSin^^&eenj *'J in �ry joo* ^epilr^ late iri the Occap�JoA^F! Mr. Jaha Milled, FJour-Dteffer, de*v ceafrf;:-' �'Hrk^, ' ' TTijj iiLuil rTnfflBfi'iiti fitmri in Burrougb next Ay'innm, afWWaW, a ^enCrTttl Corn Counry, a 'j�ne tOi^i�t'*avlg k*4 aTfp tbe Chronic, Difeifes, and both a* tr&^ed at much greater Length than iri m>y_^fbVtnaaee of TJie-'l^^ iTatttHfe' it like wife contains an Enay on the TJurfi^g1 tod Manage-ment of Children ; with Rules for prciervTO^ He'ajth^ felted to the dirTetent Situations aud C*ccupatitfrfs-of Mstnkind \ and Direotioas for cho Cure of Wounds, ihff'Reduction of Fractures, Di/h;cati;ons, &c. &c. *#� The additional Chapter on Cold Bathing, Jtc. wi:l be fold feparately to trie PuiChafers of the former'Editions/ Price 6d. '        ['37*   ' The jufUy celebrated Medicines for coring the PILES and" FISTULA io, ANO (Without Cutting, or any painful Application ), Origiaally d:fcover-,d and prepared Jj, Mk> MATHEWS, Sa gei�n, Bronik-ftreet, (TbifSprn, deceafVd, ARE continued'to be prepared, frqm his Ma-nufcrjft Rec pes, by Mrs. Mathews, his  Widyw, No. 3>, Du-ke ftreet, Manthefter-J^uare, London. Thefe Kemed es are fanctioned by ihe P.xperiense of more riian 50 Years, and have i'een blefled with fuv h hsppy Effc&a in die "-oft defprate (SaC-s, that the afflicted are aflured, a more rffi-: c'uui aid innocent Preparation for tv/o of the moft diftrefiing Difeafes in human Natuie was nevei yet maHo public. Delicacy demands that no Part'Culars of Cures performed, (hould appear in a puilicNewfpaper j but as Peifons' of Rank an^Fortuni, who have been reftored to found Health, after fc. king Affiftancc in vain from general Practise, have, psrmiited. Mr�� Mathews to give Patients Reference to them, fo they may be acquainted with Pariiculari, by applying to her as above. Thefe Medicines are Coin, with ample Directions for Ufe (b) Appi intrh-nt of Mrs. Mathews), by Mr. Bacon, at his Pateit Medioinal Wareh.0ufe, No. I JO, Oxford ftreet, oppo6te h ew Band-ftiiet,Packages, Price One Guinea, legally ftrmped, or in double Packages, Price il^ift;. where only Ord' ra can be fupplied. Mr. Bacon's Naane u Gjned by bim upor evefj! Staap, a* % Pssof of A�th�nt}eity.   [905   

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