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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 14, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (LONDON) Price Four Pence. From SATURDAY, August 14,  to TUESDA Y, August MONDAY, Aug. 16. Ir'tm tie LONDON GAZETTE. St. Jambs's, Aug. iz. HIS day the Chevalier d'Alvenfleben, Envoy-Extraordinary, and Minuter - Plenipotentiary from the Kijsg of Pruffia, had his audience of leave of her Majefty. And   afterwards  the Count de Redern, his facceffor in the fame cha-xafter, had his private audience of her Majefty. To. which they were respectively introduced by kht Honourable Stephen Digby, Vice-Chamber-jun to her Majefty, and conducted by Stephen Cottrell, Efq, Aflifaat Maftr of the Cere-jnotiie.c� War-Offi.ce, Avgujl 14. 25th (or the KJog's RegTment) of Light Dragoons, Surgeon Rooert Wigbttnan, from the 12th regiment of Fooc, is ippomted to be Surgeon, vice Edmund Taylor, appointed , Surgeon of Hospitals at Jamaica. ift Reg'ment of Foot Guards, Captain Janes Perryn to be Captain of a Company, by puichafe, vice Lieutenant-Co. lonel William Strickland, who retires. Ditto, �nfign Lewis George Dive to be Lieutenant, vice Captain James Perryn. Ditto, Edward Williams V�oghan Salisbury, Cent, to -k� Enfign, vice Lewis George Dive. 6th Regiment of Foot, Hon. George King to be Enfign, by parchafe, vice George Rooke, who retires. jxih Regiment of Foot, HoipiuLMate George M'Lamburgb t   be Sorgeon, vice Robert Wightmao, removed to the 15th regiment nf Light Dragoons. 6ad Regiment of Foot, Hon. Captain Thr.mas Miitland, from the yii regiment, to be Major, by purchafe, vice "William Sotheron,  ho retires to the Half-pay of Captain ,  of the late 95 th regiment. i;zd (Highland) Reg ment of Foot, Hon. Captain William Mordaunt Maitland, from the Half-pay of the late 95th regiment, to be Captain of a Company, vice Hon. Thomas Maitland, promoted in tbe 626 regiment. CcmmiJJions in tbe Dorfetmire Militia, Jigned by the Lard-Lieutenant. John Wills, Efq; to be Lieutenant, vice L. D. G. Tregon- welL Efq; refig�eJ.   Dated May 15, 179a. The Hon. CropJey Afhley to be Lieutenaar, vice James Nooth, Gent, refignod.   Dated May 17, 1790. fielder King, Gent, to be Enfign, vice John Willis, Efqj promote^.   Dated May 20, 1 90. George Wilkin;, Gent, to be Ealign.   Dated June 14, I790 Comm'tjjionsfigned by bis Majejiy for the Army in Ireland; dated June 30, 1790. Sth Regiment of LragO-ins, Mi. Rowley Lafcelles to be Cor. get, vice Mathews, promoted, ifjfh Regiment of Foot, Mr. Henry Brock to be Ecfign, vice Bi&ervtfie. proaiated. .-�ijth Regiment of Foot, tnfega Henry Watkins to be Lieutenant, vice Strange, refigned. pitto, Mr. John Loft to be Enfign. i6th Regiment of Foor, Mr. -- Corby to be Erfign, , vice Bel), promoted. Ditto, Mr. Ifaac De Lamilliere to be Eofijn, vice Powell, refjgneJ.  3d Regiment of Foot, Mr. Henry Blair to be Second-Lieutenant, vice Davie, promoted to 50th Foot. Ditto, Mr. Alexander Garden to be Adjutant, vice Watfon, :  refigned. Ditto, Mr. George Watfon to b� Quarter-Matter, vice Cha?man, promoted. 51ft Regiment of Foot, Captain-Lieutenant Alexander J. Ogilvie to be Captain, vice Hardy, reSgned, Ditto, Lieutenant James Logan to be Captain-Lieutenant. Ditto, Enfign Alexander Goaley to be Lieutenant. Ditt*, Mr. Thomas D. Hatton to be Enfign. 5Sth Regiment of Foot,  Lieutenant Alexander Graham, fram 3id Foot, to be Captain-Lieutenant, vice Fenton, promoted to- zoth Foot. 4fed Regiment of Foot, Enfign John Wauehope to be Lieutenant, vice Craven, promotei to 60th Foot, pitto, Mr.      � - Ruxton to be Enhgrt-&}th Regiment of Foot, Mr. Anthony Dalton Cudmorcio be Eafign, vice O'Doonell, jefigned RETURNS of CORN From Auguft Quar- and GRAIN, a to Aoguft 7, 1700. stoana - Malt - Oati - Pea fa - Aye -KaocSeed Wheat ~ ters. 1063 1681 373 4434 �94 �45 206 3098 Price. s. 1 * ii 16 16 I 19 18 d-x o 1* X . 3 3 4 it Aveiage Price per Quarter. I. 1 I 1 o 1 1 1 X s. 4 S 15 19 13 10 19 >5 d. 6 10 z 9 1 o 9 1 Edward Wb itefide, late of Lancaster, metchant and corn- fsdor; Sept7*9, at eleven* at the Grapes, at Lancafter. Final Dividend* John Hannaferd, heretofore of Lymington, Souchampton-fitire, but late nf the parifh of Boldre, in faid county ; Sept. �7, at ten, at the Angel Inn, in Lymington.   Fiaal Div. Dividends adjourned. William Nicoll the elder, of Sc. Paul's Church-yard, London, bookfeller j Sejt. *i, at nine, at Guilbh II. John Hodgfon, of Savage-garden*, Tower-hill, London, merchant j Sept. 11, at nine, at Guildhall, London. Certificates t� be granted. John MartindaJe and Wi.liam Parker Marti ndale, of Gainfburgh, Lincolnshire, mercers, drapers, and copartners j on or before Sept. 4. Thomas Powell, of the city of Briftol, brightfimth ; on or before Sept, 4. Walter Gordon, late of Kingftand,  Middlrfcx, foap-maker 5 on or before Sept. 4. Bankruptcies enlarged. Charles Rofs, of Dean ftrect, �hadwell, Middlefex, late hoatfwain of the Lord Macartney Eaft-Indiaman j to furren-der Sept 18, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Francis Cribb, late of Wimbledon, Surry, flnpkeeper j to furrendcr Oct. to, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Wall, of Wapping New flairs, Middlesex-, g'afs-feller; to furrcip rj Aug. z I, at ten, at Gui.dhalt, London. Saturday arrived tbe Mails from Holland and Flanders. Pinna, July 24. It is not in Hungary and Bohemia alone that difcontent prevails; within thefe few days Deputies have arrived from Mantua and Milan, to requeft the King to reftore to thofe provinces the privileges they were deprived of under the reign of Jofeph the Second. A Deputation from the States of Bohemia, with Prince de Schwartzmbergh at their head, are coming here, to fetch the Crown of Bohemia, and carry it to the Caftle of Prague. We learn from Moldavia, that Prince Potem-kin, having fent one of his officers to the camp of the Grand Vizier, with an offer to enter into a direct negotiation with him, had, in confe-quence of a refufal, quitted his quarters and begun marching. ff'ar/a-w, July zi. The difpatches received from our Minirter at the Ottoman Court took up nearly the whole feffion of the Diet yefterday. Thefe difpatches contain propofitions from the Porte to entwr into an alliance with our Republic, by virtue of which the Porte will guarantee to Poland the poffeffion of Gaiicia, lhould it be re-ftored to them. But thefe propofitions, though reprefented by our Miniiler as very advantageous, the Diet have rejected. Since the check which the Swedifh fleet met with in the Gulph of Wybourg, we forefee that a number of obftacles will impede our alliance with that Power. s  h  I  p - n  fi w  s. Deal, .? Wind S. R. Sailed the Shark fioop to the Weftwara. Domain jn the Downs his Majefly's fhip Pomona, Wafp floop, Unity tender, and Diligence pilot. Deal, Jug. 13. Wind S. S. E. Came down and failed, with the Wafp floop, the Tartar, Cartwright, for Smyrna; Hebe, Clarkfon, for Malaga; and Apollo, Billings, for Philadelphia. Atvived the Scout floop, Barracouta cutter, and remain with the Pomona frigate, Unity tender, Diligence and Swift pilots. Grave/end, Jug. 13. Pafled by the Emanuel, ElKnborg, from Norway ; Kingston, Collinfon, -an&Barzilla, Smith, from Peterfturgh; Middle-ton, Vickary, and Ottrington, Coverdale, from iMemel. T- lt>, Iff      HMS.Htllrf-J    I argument to nfe agatnft us, that we impoveri^i alinoft every nation with which* we deal, becaofe we maie the rvlance againil them. Tnejr apply i^iis reafoning chiefly to themfelve* and Spain. They know that the Britim Court has offered high and apparently advantageous terins to Spain at this moment for- a Treaty of Commerce; that we aflc only for their St. Dp-mingOi which they hardly cultivate", or afe, but which in oar hands would be the key ,to the Frencn Weft Indies. They dread oor enterprifing fpirit, and they alarm the Spaniards on die fame ground. |v They repjefent to them what muft be the con-feqaeace of out gttdng the whole commerce of j- t�^�� Direajaarfw^q pfe. the Wati/Uftst the overthrow of the French Iflands would annihilate the navy of France; and then there would be no barrier againft the deftrudbu of Spaniftx America ; and they naturally coftciode, that (he two nations can only be fafe againft our domineering commerce by their conjunQjon. The erefent Sing of Hungary, when Grand Duke 0T Florence, fuppreffed the punifhment of death fiSr any crime whatever: Upon trying the experiment, however, it has appeared an indif-penfible part of the criminal code; it has, of courfe, bten reftored, even in Florence, and was infitcled lately on fome infurgents there. Mr. Stackpole, of Grofvenor Place, has been fearching the PrJblic-offiee*^ far evidence, to revive the ancient Barony of Zouch, of Cod nor, 1. 656 4380 3*� zii 409 853a BANKRUPTS. Thomas Sutton, now or late of Liverpool, Lanca(hire, Joiner and boufe-builder; to farrender Sept. 3, 4, and 25. at eleven, at the Caftle, in Lord-ftreet, Liverpool. Attorney Mr. Gill, at Liverpool* or Mr. Windle, �artle:t's-�uilding^ Holborfl, London. John Homsn and Jjfeph Homan, late of Walfall, Staffordshire, butcheivand copartners \ to furrenJer Aug-30, 31, tndSept. 35, at fottrj at the Shakcfpeare Tavern, in Bir-fcingham. Attorney, Mr. William Eborall, Atherftone, Warwick dr'ire. Jofeph Bugby, of Alresford, Hants, fitking-maiinfacbireri io furrendcr Aug. 2/, Sept. 7, 15, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attornies, Meff. Grave and Smith, Furnival's-Inn. Thomas Rowdl, late of RoadfweU, Limehoufe, Middlefex, Aarch-makar; to furtendtr Aug. si, 18, and Sept. 25, at eleven, at Guildhall, Load's. Attorney, Mr. Smiti), Craat St. Helen's, Bifibopfgate-frreet, Lortdon. Charles Campbell, of Skip too, Yorkuurc, merchant; to Aurrender Aug. 14, 45, and Sept. �c, a: eleven, at the Black Horfc, in Skiptori.   Attorney, Mr. Thomas Tint!a!, ft Skiptoo, or Meff. -Ailen, FnrnivalVinn, London. Dividends to be mad*. Thomas Wood and Thonm Mafon, both of Eton, Backsi cotton-mannfaAurers and weavtrs, �nd copartners ) Sept. 11, � ten, at Guildhall, London. Peter Wbitefide, late of froad-ftreet- buildings, London, Brerehant ( Sept. 1 r, at ten, at Guildhall, L6ndoa. George Prtctp*, 0/ Shepton Matter, Snmerfetfliire, m-r-chant^ Sept; 7, kt eleven, at die Ainsfbrd Inn, intheparifh �� Attaford^ Sotoufcrftirc. His claim arifes from an anceftor of his having -married a daughter of a Lord Zouch. Extra3 of a Letter from Fortfmoutb, Aug. 13. " This morning Admiral Milbanke hoifted his flag on board tbe Salifbury man of war, and is expeSed to fail in a few days for Newfoundland." ExtraS of a Letter from Chatham, Aug. 15. " Notwithftanding the rumours of peace which have prevailed for fome days paft, things carry a very different appearance here. The fame extra of every kind flill continues, and bufinefs is going on with the utmoft activity at this port.*' The prefs was very hot on the River and in the neighbourhood, on both fides the Thames, on Saturday evening ; fome of the galleys went up to the Tower full of impreft men, failors and landf-men. At the afiizes for Somerfetfhire, Robert Seaman, for breaking open a box and Healing nine guineas; William Cotton, for bnrglarioufly entering the houfe of Peter Molloy", and"Healing 17s. and George Taylor, for breaking open the houfe of Mary Marflt, and robbing her of 50s. were capitally convicted. M ae aflV.ss ftt Carlifle* William Bkddy, for breaking open tne niup ur irrifj c.v(ii,r,u'..., Kefwick, and John Thompfon, for horfeflealing, received fentence of death. MARRIED.j On Saturday fe-'night, atWin-chefter, Sir Griffith Boynton, Bart, to Mif� Park-hurft.-On Tburfday laft, John Bleaden, of the London Tavern, to Mrs Philips, relift of the late Dr. Philips.-Saturday laft, at St Clements, Ealtcheap, Mr. John Manning, of Nicholas-lane, to Mifs Dent, of Long-acre. DlitD.J Aftwd�y��ufe. in Ireland, Samuel Baggot, Efq. a Captain of the 17th. regttnem of dragoons, and one of the capital Bnigefles of Harwich.-Wednefday, at Chriftchurch College, Oxford, John Francis Meyrick, of Bufti, in Pembrokeshire.-Yefterday, aged 72, at his feat at Foet's-Cray, in Kent, Chriftoper Hull, fen. Efq. fcbtfltDILLON's COCOA, ^_^J^i^a��anjifachjred by Himfelf.1 ; ^Tltt celebrnted Cocoa,, which is held hi X' Dnjirerfai;�ncem by ; the many Thoufands who nan. it fur Break/aft, is now found, after long Experience* to ; fce the bdl Snb0ir�te for Tea, by all thofe Pert'oni with whona l Tea d the Adver-tifcr is, provided the Seller mentions his real Name, ats#no other^ert of Application (which it is.w'i&'d may:.0?"bj Letter^ will be attended to, as nothing rs me-nt blit thai Mode of dealing which otight to fubfift betwixt GcnUemSTM Ni> Dealer jfeed apply. \  '    ,     . Addrefs to Mr. Johofon, No. 4, Cambridgfc-fixetJj," Fiaal Dividend. LONDON. Yefterday at noon their Majefties and the Princefles Royal, Augufta, and Elizabeth, with their ufual retinues, attended divine fervice at die Chapel Royal, Windfor, where they heard a fermon preached by the Carton in residence; at two o'clock the Royal Family returned to the Queen's Lodge to dinner, and in the afternoon walked on the Terrace with their ufoal attendants. The National Ahembly cannot overlook the permanent interefts of France. " A league of " amity with England for perpetuating peace, " and making the world happy," is a fine fpe-c ularion for philofophers, and an admirable topic for benevolent focieties to dftcufs-But Cabinets and Parliaments, unfortunately for the homan race, are bound to confult and provide for the fecurity and elevation of one fpot of earth in preference to another; and in the profecution of that duty, not all the p�re light of the prefent day will prevent them from forming the leagues moft likely to advance the interefts of their refpeftive countries. Let us, .for a moment, difengage oarfelves from the partialities of Englifhmen,and think what ought to be the conduft of the French in the prefent moment. Do they not know, that, next to the mad fpl-rit of ambition r is the reftlefs fpirit of commerce ; and that th. extenfion of our trade is an objeft fo near our hearts, that cur minds are everlaftingly occupied in projefts to this end; and that fuch is our enterprize, knowledge, and opulence, that whenever we get a footing we give a fafe defiance to rivalry. They kndw that on this grotrad we 4rC able to hid higher for the friendship of all nations which our mips can reach than they are, becau^' wherever we penef ate we are fure of govenrkg th� atarket. The/ hive, Uws.w, tfc? $*�*$ WANTED, THE  PERPETUAL   ADVOWSON, or NEXT PRESENTATION to a LIVING of th�-yearly Value of from One to Two Hun-lred Pounds.   If' with immediate PoQeflion, or a very aged Incumbent, the more agreeable. Addrefs to Mr. Charles Owen, Villiers-ftreet, York-ItuildingJ. [2083 I WANTED to RENT or PURCHASE, ASmall ESTATE or FARM, with a com-forrable Houfe, fuitable to a fmal! Family; to confiit of Two Pjrlours, Two or Three goo  with a little Fxptnce, and with any Quantity cf Land nit exceeding between a and 300 Acres; the Situation rr.uft be dry and health'. ataeojjvenientDiftaii.ee from a Mark:t-T ceeiing from their Teeth-, and have ahnofi miracukully recovered.   Price 5 . 53. Likewife tbe famous Sagir P!uT-b= for Wcrms in Children, and grow'i Perfans, in Boxes as. 8d. and Packets is. id. \ each. They have only tbe Tafle of, and are as iuj nocent and eafy to take as a common Sugar Pkirab. To avoid Counterfeit Shops in the Neighbourhood, the Public are defired to copy the Name, Bafi; Buichell, and to ?flt in �rutchea4a Necklace, and to ou^ive /he Sam: at full Lesgtb, both on a LaH�j n-i the Stamp �h�ty,  ed rjorfa. exteifive CO AT H-HOUSED, * And every other Convenience for th; Accommodation of Families, fuifle Gentlemen, &c. Gen'lemen in Trade will find a fuiuble Room fct apart fi;r tbe Reception of Travellers j where a genteel Ordinary will be provideJ every Day, at liilf pad Two o'Clocfc. �* J. OrVEN, from the Grand Hotel, L-jndonj're-fpeftf.hy informs the Public, that no Exertions Hull on h'� P-r: be wanting, to rinder his Hotel at Liverpool, in. evey Rrfp'S, a� comfortable and plelfing as p^fti^e, and hambly foli cits the Favour of their Patron ate and Support.   j{t?Zt At a  numerous and   refpe&able M[eeling: of TANNERS of the Counties of Devon, Dorfiev and Cornwall, held, purfuantto Advertifsment, at tne.Haul in Exetei, the ad of Aoguft, 1700* Mr. JOSEPH WEEKS, in the CVrf, It was arianimoufly refolved as followr, vta.. . ift.rpHAT the free Exportation of 0*k Barfe X.- w.WjWy injariLaita the Revenn*, and to the ad. That to redrei*s',t^^^^r^*BVB,^-�n yippircsnorrrs rrc-C�rT;.ry to be majfe tQ Paxlitmeflt to lay a Duty on its being eaporr.^1. 3d. Tbat, in order more effectnally to'carry it into Execo-ti?n (pjoiooj to any ApplicarJ�i to Parliament), Com. qo.ittee le rppoiated to corr;fpOnd with Geddenien�f tne Trsde in London and the other Counties, to procure theit Concur, ence .nd Affiftanct in the Ivleafure. , 4th. That another general Meeting be held at the Buik Tavern in Briflol, on Thurfday the zd of September next, precifely by. Twelve o'Clock, to comnrunjeate fuels Intelligence as may have been received, ana"ttJ concert proper Mea-f�r�� ��; ohtairj the defired End. 5th. That the CW-^*�. caojoj of &t nioLowlBg Gentlemen, via. Mr. Richird Cunnack, Pecaantej Mr. Thomas Bolitho, di�o, M-. Jofirph Eales, Liikeard, Mr. Thomas Fit**, ditr od a -e, was nst practicable. It is pretty difficult to de-term ne that any Thi-g cannot be accom: llfiW before it hjS been trird: If fuch Objections hii *ny Fv-rcey pV-e of the many n b'-eChariiies eflabliued in this Country would ever have ul.cn tfTect. To thofe who know Cojow*!!, it is un� nece.Tary to fay that tkr O^pofitbn to this Plao originated in t'arty-" it it flioold l� laid t.'jat she Pran itfelf ftocd on the feme Foundation, arieaft ic rrJufi be allowed, that the Friends of t:ie Plan, in proaofing � sihariable Infthition,' raeant to ferve their Cuirniry eSeflually ; and it will be foo� kno*a what ought to o- thvujht of thofe who, by thcif QptH fitiun, have defeated is. I I Cornwall. Doxfet. Deven.   

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