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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 17, 1790, London, Middlesex                                yore* Price Four Pence. From T U � S D A Y, August  17; to P WED N E S DAY, Aug. 18. �'frm'itf ioNDON GAZETTE. copinhagen, AUC. 7. ?5^;^mP*.N Saturday the 31ft ult. ^^f^p-^^A the marriage of his Royal Highnefs the. Prince-Royal with the Princefs Maria, eldeft daughter of Prince Charles of Heffe - Caflel, was fo-. x^^^^.^^M^ fkmnized, in the chapel ^O^^s^-^$^�jt with   every degree   of Iplendour fuitable to the occafion. Aeicbenbach, Augufi 5. On the 27th ult. Declarations and Counter - Declarations were figned and exchanged here, and have fince been ratified, between Count Hertzberg, on the part of his Piuffian Majefty, the Prince de Reufs and Baron Spielman, Plenipotentiaries of his Hun-jgarianMajefty, Jofeph Ewart, Efq; his Briran-  nic MajeifV*5*EnvoyJ-E?traordinarYr and. Miniften plenipotentiary, and the Baron de Reede, Envoy. . extraordinary and Minifter Plenipotentiary from the States-General of the United Provinces; Tsy which his Hungarian .Majefty agrees to open a negotiation for a peace with the' Ottoman Porte, on the bafis of the Jiatus quo, fuch as exifted before the war, under.the mediation of the Three Allied Courts, and to confent to an immediate Armiftice with that power;-declaring his refolu-,tion .of, ffanding neuter, and abftaining from jtaking any part, direftiy or indirectly, in the ,war, fhould the Emprefs of Rufli'a refufe to accede to this negotiation. His Hungarian Majefty is to keep Ohoczim en Depot, that fortrefs Jiaving been conquered by the united arms of Auftria and Ruffia, but agrees to reftore it to j Turky on a peace> under the guaranty of the King of Pruffia ; who accepts the proportions of jthe King of Hungary, under this reftriction, ihat if, in the arrangement of. liiriits .between lAaftria and the Porte, the former Ihould obtain 'any acquisition on the fide of the Aluta, Pruffia fhall have an equivalent on, the fide of Upper jSilefia. The King of Pruflla declares that no hoftile engagement fubfifts between him and the Belgic Provinces, and that he will co-operate ivith the Maritime Powers to appeafe the troubles \n thofe Countries, and to reftore them to the Auftnan dominions on condition of the re-eftabiifhment of their ancient privileges and con-ftitution; and the Englifh and Dutch Minifters Engage, in Behalf of their Courts (Jkb fpe rati), io guaranty thefe conditions. BANKRVPTj ; William,Trotman, of Qxendoh ftreet; Middlefex,, taylor \ Aug. 10, and Sept., i3, *8, at ten, at Guiiihall, London'. Attorney, Mr. Pollard, Carey-flreet, Chancery-lane. r "William Daft a'hd Thomas Newlyn, of Long-acfe, Middlesex, man** ntercers, taylqrs, and espartnerrj to furrender Attg.ai, l8, Sad fiept* �.8> at eleven', at Guildhall, I onion. Atturnie*, Med) Berry aid Shapberd, Canterbury-fquarre, - iSott.thwarJc.. .  , William Sitinner, of Union-row, Lambeth, Sufry, ftone-mafoo*-to furrender. Aug. 27, a8j and Sept. 28, at eleven, kt GiirMhaJ), London. Attornies, Mefi". Beuy aad Sbep-fceid, Canterbury- fquarc, _Southwark. James, dandy, of Liverpool, Lancashire, houfe builder; to fueeender Sept.^ 6, 7, and t$, at eleven) at the Globe �fSamtnit in Johrr-ftreee,. Liverpool. Attorney, Mr. Charles Cteawms, at Liverpool*. ..     , T Thomas Anderfon, of-K'mgfton upon Hull, hardwertm*@ua�df j who are to a^tfarltf^he jnoftTplendid ixjan^elrr^^xhe coro-fi^OB; it is Wiitt^\^'m!0^&^^ at Frankfart will take place before the coronation in Hungary, The. Hungarian Deputies feht to invite the King to that ceremony are expefted, but are not yet arrived. We are taught to think, that the Hungarians make fuch demands as the King will not readily give into. Berlin, Aug. 7. The report of a formidable Pruffian army being upon the march againlwRuffia, to bring about a peace with the Turks, is con-firme3; "the reigning Duke of Bronfw,ick will have the chief command of thofe forces, and his brother Frederick will command under him. The King having ordered his dogs and fiWS to . be fent to Silefia, it is moft probable he will ftay and amufe himfelf there with hunting for fome time. Brejlaw, Aug. 4. The King is expected here the 8th. The regiments will remain, till the exchange of the ratification of the peace, fo cantoned in Silefia, that they may be aflembled in 24 hours, if neceftary. , S   C   O   T   L   A  N   D. Edinburgh, Au%* i\. Laft night there #as the greateft ftorm of thunder and lightning at this place ever known in the memory of man; it began about 6 o'clock at night, and'lafted till- near 8, when the ftreets were crowded with people of all ranks and denominations, to fee what the fatal effects had been; when,to the utmoftaftoniflimentof everyone, the beautiful fpire upon St. Andrew's church in the New Town was rent from top to bottom; it is fuppofed the bells had attracted the lightning, as a fmall black cloud was observed hovering over the top of it for fome time, when all of a fudden the bells began to ring of their own accord; which, with the noife of the rending of the fpire, and the thunder together, was really awful beyond defcription. S   H   I  P-N   EWS. Deal, Aug. 16. Wind S. W. Arrived the Southampton frigate, and remains with the Pomona, Scout floop, Neptune and Unity tenders, artd India pilots. ; Grave/end, July \6. Paffed by the Phoenix, Shephard, from Rotterdam; Ann, Martin, from Lifbon ; Aid, Nefbir, from Honduras; Freedom, Nicholfbn, from Stockholm ; and Dolphin, Proc-tor> from Peterfburgh. L   O  N  D   O   N. The French have fixteen fhips ready for fea in Breft water, well equipped and fully manned.- And two more will be ready in a few days. Our fhips are at lehgth fully manned. The fleet at Torbay have 20,459-men on mutter. ' The Republic of Poland has lately affumed a tone and character of independence, which could . we attribute to the fpirit and patriotifm of the Diet, rather than to the intrigues of Ruffia, might be confiderad as auguring a very happy change in the politics of .that oppreffed arid diftradled country'.        , ,   ...   ...... On the 1 ith ihftant, the Duke of Clarence in-, vited a large party of naval friends to dine with him on board the Valiant, to celebrate the birthday of his Royal Highnefs the Prince .of Wales, when the greateft good-humour and conviviality 'reigned during the day ; and in the evening the Royal Sailor fent out his launch in .the Offing, from whence he Jifplayed a great number of fey-' rockets, and other pieces of fire-works, in honour of the day. The Admiral Hughesi Anderfon, for India, was well in lat. 4. 30. N\ lqng. 1.9. 30. W. . Capt'. Williams, of the St. Andrew, arrived at Brillql from Africa, fpoke the Warren Haftings, Larkiri, ^fbr Bengal, on the loth bf June, in lat. 2. 47. long. 23. 30,, W. all well. Captain Shilftone^ of the Marquis of Wor-cCfter, arrived at Briftoi, failed from Jamaica the 4�d of June in cdmpany with the Elizabeth; Inties, rind Eliza, -for Liverpool J and Three $ifters, Johnfon, for London. The -General . Clark, M'Ghie, failed the 21ft for London, and the Juno, for Glafgow^ on the 27th' of July fpoke the Maria, Ingram, from Cadiz to Newfoundland, 40 leagues Eaftward of the Bank. The MercuriUs, Gencke, from Stettin to London, isjoft on the Anholt. ; The Court of'Aldermen of the City of Dublin have agreed, to accept the refignatiort of Mr, Alderman James, and have alfo voted that he ihould wear a fcarlet gown as having paffed the chair.       , The Widow of the late Pretender has public AfTemblies in Paris; and^ntgftainb in a "betterj ftile than any perfon now refident there. . Genuine Anecdote.-^Qn the.morning of the day when the King of France figned the Decrefi;abo-jifhlng.the feveral Orders of Nobility-he met the* Qgeen^ and with niuch gbod hdmour-afeed/-^ " How do you, Madame Cap&t her an'firVei' was, " AvA h  teriw at Piquet, when the gaipeis up /     .   . boneft man, I really gavir* fome credit to whiiiej-ekted, viz. that-between five an^ fix in thtfc afternoon, he? faw in. the axr. Ave welt-r)ref-^fed..Jnen',1 and a naked one^ feemingiy fitring on fom^hing like a bench ; one" of them had. in,hb hands a very fine looking gun, pointed towards the North-eaft; the cloathing they appeared to be in was dark-coloured; the firft five feemed to have their backs to him,- and the naked one his face, wnp c�had a moft awful and threatening cot^tei^ace. Another man aflerts that he faw the fame apparition, and adds, that he likewife faw the fhape of a crown, a lion, and an unicorn, and that they allpafled to the Eaftward, and went out of fight, after having beheld them for half ah hour. Numerous parties are forming for the-groufe fhooting in Scotland. This is a jpecies of fport-ing not fo oftenfive to a country as any other, for the game lies in the moors, and the labours. of the farmer are not laid wafte in the purfuit of ?.t. MARRIED.] .On Thurfday laft, Mr. Rogers, ftationer, in the Minories, to Mifs Glynn, of Mile-end. DIED.] On Monday laft, at his houfe in Carlifle-ftreet, Agoftino Carlini, Efq; R. A. Keeper of the Royal Academy.-On Sunday laft, at his houfe in Bagnio-court, Newgate-ftreet, Mr. John Newman, in the 71ft year of his age. For killing Game, guns and-TWisTED-bar-r.els, to be fold that are bored on an improved v plan^ as the fhorteft of them will hit the Mark at 100 yards, and bury the fhot in the wood with much lefs recoil than other guns, and at 60 yards no Bird on the Wing can efcape; and to prevent imposition by any falfe affertion any .Gentleman may fee them tried at Mel lor.'s Manufactory, near Whitechapel Turnpike, London ; where he bores any found barrel for Two Guineas, to fhobt.in an open field, in the fame mariner.-Note, No letters will be received as above but wliat are poft-paid.    [ Z089 H H IB Bf S * S ORANGE SHRUBS, For tnakittg Hq.t or,Sold Punch-- _ Monument-yard, London. . HIBBS .defires moft gratefully to acknowledge his obligatiori? to the Nobility, Gentry, and the Public, for their repeated commands for his Shrubs, and aflures them his firft with in life is to defeir^Li jconujuiance of their patronage. It has be&n his principal aim for many years to combine in thefe Shrubs fuch a degree of richnefs, purity, and Jtayoufi; as^. may challenge all comparifon ; and die demand from many'of the firft families in thefe kingdoms, and upon the Continent, flatters his mflftfanguine wiflies.... Their acid is drawn folftl^rom that great AntifcQrbutic the Seville Oratrge4, when in perfect maturity; and they will at all times make the fineft Rum or JBrah'dy Punch -by the. addition of water only.-Hence it is, Ih&i thefe Shrubs are daily introducing in the firft circles; into the cellars of families in the country ; and into the ftores of gentlemen of the Navy and Army, for to perfons going long voyages, they are abfolutely invaluable; Sportf-men and Travellers will alfo find them deferring peculiar attention, for they are portable, and inftantly make a moft refrefhing cordial beverage. Thefe Shrubs were never in greater perfection than at this time, and orders for any quantity, not lefs than two gallons, of either Rim Shrub or Brandy Shrub, executed at the lb weft (money) prices. *4* Ht bbs's profits not being calculated upon terms requifite to fuftain thelofles of long credit, bad debts, &c. he* r'efpectfully requefts that all orders from the country' may contain remittances for the amount, or reference for payment in town. '      � . [2004         A BOARJDING SCHOOL. -       ;, THE WIDOW of the late Mr, BRIEh takes the Libert/ of iniorming, bet1 Friends and trie Public, that the long-eftablifhed" LADIES BOARDING SCHOOL at HERTFORD, kept by the.late Mr..Briel, will be continued by HERSELF a.^d DAUGHTERS. HAVERFORD^ST,'. 2.7thJuly,. 1790V A T a numerous Meeting-of the5 Clergy of Pem- J\. broke&ire, aHembled at the^Pr^maiy VifitatJonaf the RightRayerend Father in. God, SAMUELj LotdMl&ap o? ST. DAYllD'S,      ; .   ? . ; It was Refolved unanimoufiy, Jhat th6 Thanks of tin* Meeting be given to the Lord BUfcop, for his moft exceDent Charge^ aid that he' bev particularly requeued to priot. it. Revived alfoj ananimoufly, that an Addttjfs-^ta the Right H ri. WBl4)n>itt, CharKellor  ao,uerj,,he draw* up, expreiling 1b� h'rgiiSenfe entertained by this" Meeting of the effectual Support which he and the. !are Houie of Com-r mois g�ve to Uiofe Bjniers of the Church of England, the CORPORATION and .TEST* A3�; and that the Urd Binhop be'refpeclfuily tequefted^a prtfent if, [2101 DESERTED  on Friday^ .the th Inftanr, fttjWfhis, Majefty's 3d, or Priftce of 'Walej**, Regt* tnent of Dragcoo Gtjwdsfc        . - . NICkOLAS T^BACtY, Twenty-two Years of Age, !FiYe Peer Ten Inches higb, fair Complexion, light brown. Hairrj>rey Eyes,rbc*n, In lrer land, a \d by1 Occupation a Hair-Dreffer.   He \i foppofcd.to be gone towards London. -i Whoever apprehends � the 'ahaVe . Defette.r, ;s\n4 will fecure him in any of his Majefty's .Gaols ia Crcat-Britain, fbaU receive a Reward of Twenty Shillings, oyer, and above the Allowance granted by Aft of Parliament for apprehending Deferters, 00 Application to the Commanding Officer of the Raiment at Exeter; or to Mcff. Lamb arid Cotk, Ageats, inpolden-fquarc, London. {aio$ , . ..      IOND ON.     ~       **. MARRIED MAN', between Triirty and Forpy Years of Age, wifhes be employed in a HOSIERY MANUFACTORY ; . ha� had great Experience in that Line, and is well acquainted with .every Article and. Manner of Preparaion of Silk, Thread, Cuiton, and W\.r ted Hofe j iW.SlxKen, Years has taken an aclive -Part in taking apd executing Orders for London, Ceunrry, and Exrr>nation; could be particularly ul'eful in a Merchant's Cou-iriig-Houfe, and iu executing Orders to great Advantage;- will be found every Way equal for fuch an Undei-taking. .. . ,, A Line, from Prineipajs^ addrelTed to A. B. C. John's Coftee-Haufi, Ccrnliill, will be duly arifwered, an Interview appointed, and refpe&able References given. t*l04 To be peremptorily SOLD, Purfupnx to a Decree of the. High Court of Chancery, and fuch Sale to be on Monday the 4th Day of Oclober next, at 10 of the Clock in the Murniag, at.the H�ufe of Wil-1 am Wsbb, known by the Sign of the King's Arms, in Lilkia^d, in the Cjunty of Cornwall, in S.xteen feveral Lot*; :.   -   t THE FREEHOLD/and CUSTOMARY or COPYHOLD ESTATES, late of Sir Chrift. Treife, Knjghr', d cea(:d, fituate in the feveral Parifhes of L Iciard, Du'oe, Siint Udy, and S^ymonward, in the Borough of Bod-mi ', in the faid County of Cornwall. '^ For a Particular of the fa'm Eftates, enquire at the Chambers of Peter Holford, Ef^. Syuiiind's-Inn,.Chancery-Lane ; at Mr. Smith's Chambers, N -.. 10, Lirfcoln's Inn ; .ofjjofo Meffri. Lloyd and Dowfe, Bedford-row, London.      r the Reception cf Travellers; where a genteel Ordinary-'sJ will be provided every Day, at Half paft Two o'Clock. #* J. OWEN, from the "Grand Hotel,- Lmddn, re-fpeflfully informs the Public, that no>Exerrfons &j11 on his Pa*: be waiting, to rchdsri his Hotel at Liverpool, in every Relbcftr as comfortable and pleafing as p offible, and humbly jj foKdu the Favour of their Patronage iad Support.    [ao88 dece.fed, and now by the Right Hon. the Earrpfr Donegal!, for the Remainder of a Term �rf Years which will expire at Lady-Day, 1.^95. � The Houfe is in perfeSly good Repair, and confifts of a Dining-Room, 2a Feet 9 Inches by 17 Feet a Inches 5 Two Parlours; a Drawing-Room,,elegantly finilhed,.'ii Feet 8 Indies by 17 Feet S Inches, Eight Bed-Chambers, with Dref-fing RoornS j together vv^ith a large Kitchen, Servants-Hall^ Pantry, Hfiry, Wine and Beer Cellars, &c. Sec, on the Ground Floor. ' .      .   , . AHjoinin^' are Omces, Coach-Houfe, good Stables, with Yardj, &cy�nua.Doig-Kennel 5 ant behind and in Front of tht; HoufeaH'rieat Shrubberies, a large walled Garden, well-ftoted wiih'Fruit-Treea, haying a compleat Hot-Houiej together with a large Kitchen-Garden, belonging to the Premises. , The Situation of the Whole is the moft delightful imagi-^ name, fronting the Sjuth }. it has a full Vtewof-St. Michael** Mount, and the MountVbay ; and towards the Weft a perfect View of Penzance and its beautiful Neighbourhood. � In ev'rJry Refpeft the Houfe and Premises are admirably adapted to the convenient and elegant Situation of a genteel Family. ' , [�b78 For viewing.the fame, Application maybe made to the Servants at the Houfe; and for Particulars to Thomas Clutter-buck, Attorney at Law, at Truro, in the (aid County. FREEHOLD' ESTATES (In   KENT). To be SOLD by Private Contract, THE following defirable FREEHOLD ESTATES in KENT, viz. A Me flu age, Farm, and Lands, containing about 88 Acres, in Eaft Church and Minder, in the Ifle rf Sheppy, in the Occupation of Thoma's and William Brett, Tenants from Year to Year, at the very improveaLle clsar yearly Ren 0/ J3I. Alio a Mefluage Farm and Lands, containing about 88 Actts, in High Halftow and Hoo, near Rochefter, now in therOccupuion of  . �� ;        Pelham, Widow, under a Leafe, of which fix Years will be unexpired -at Michaelmas ne*t, at theVery improvable yearly Rent of 33U And alfo two Pieces of Wood Land, containing, together I about 8 Acres, near Dean-Gate, in Halftow itbrefaid> one of them called Puckles, ad the other Cart's Wood,  and both now in the Landlord's Occupation. Alfo a Mefluage, Farm,and Lands, called Blaektands; containing about ai Acres, in Friendlbury, near- Rschefter, and -now in the Occupation of John Lammas, a Butcher, Tenan from Year to Year, at the yearly Rent of 45I. And alfo two fiibftantial Freehold Brick Melfuages of Tenements, with. Outbuildings and Appurtenances, in the moft airy Pari of Eaftgate, in Rochetter, one of them lately occupied by Mrs. Durnfoid, and 6nce by Mrs. Fraaer, at the clear yearly Rent of 181.18s. and the other by Edward Webb, at the clear yearly. Rent of 16I. i6.�* All thefe Premifl'e�\�ilf be fold either together, or in Parcels as above divided, and further Particulars may be known of Mr. Wiyiam Dann, at Gillingttam, rwarChathita 5 <* of Men". Williarn-j|pdEd\vard Twopenny^ Attornies at. Law,   

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