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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 19, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence From THURSDA Y,  August 19,  to  SAT U R DAY,  August sr./ .1790. :F R I D A Y, August 26. Yfjierday arrived the Mail from France. Stockholm, July to, fc^^^^Q:-^^ courier� dtfpatched that they have conduced sooo Ruffian prifoners, j with a number, of their VeffeU and officers, into Swenk-Sund. The celebrated botanift Bergius died here lately. f Q" - ----' - J He J�as left ,all he- poflefled, with his books and inftrurhetits, to the Academy of Sciences. Fran&fori, July 31.. The Ele&or of Saxony is. We ire afljared, determined, in cafe of a war, to fremain neuter; his army, however, is on a very refpeftable footing, and amounts to near 4^,000 men. C O U NTRV-NEWS. _ UrightMmftone, Jug. 17. The birth-day of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of York was observed on the Level, which proved an entertaining fpot 6f hofpitalityand feftivity ; dne f$t ox was-roarted whole in commemoration of his High-fiefs's nativity, arid another on his Royal brother's. . ... SHIP-news. . Deal, Jug.'iS. Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed for the River, the ^Catherine,' Rofe, from Jamaica; Ifabella, Taylor, from Charles-Town. Came down and failed his Majefiy's (hip Alfred ; �achael, Hathaway, for Charles-Town ; and Jane, Reay; for'Malaga. Arrived the Britannia, Gummbg, from China, and remains with the fhips as per laft. Gra fen& Jug. ifc.. Palled by the Sultana, Thornton-, frbm Smyrna; Sophia, Beavan, from Africa ; Diligence, Scott; North Star, Reynolds; and Robert and Elizabeth, Fofter, from Stockholm; Moh�ing Star, Morfe, and Eldeft Daughter, Jooft, /rom Dantjjkk ; Mary Francis, Allen, * from Peterfburgh ; Friendfhip, Wallace, from' Stettin ; and Prince Frederick, Ghriftian, from Norway. j LONDON. t  Government" is faid te have received the1 mod pofyive intelligence, that the French have fent out no Qnp^Jxom,]frt&^�tQ3Qji&xi^�c& the e4uif>- , ment of a fleet were very fcarce 10 days ago at that port, . The Lords of the Admiralty have fent orders for 12 (hips of the line to rendezvous at S pithead with all poflible expedition, in order to be ready for any fervice that may be required. TQRBJT-AugJi 17. This morning Lord Howe threw out the fignal for failing i preparations were immediately made by every ihipin Xhe fleet. By ten o'clock, A. M. mariy of them were unmoored ; and at three, P. M. the whotejbet Was clear of the Bay. &r aV&n*, P. M^The whole fleet have now doubled the Start, The wind has veered; con-, fjdefcably to the Northward, and tbey are now ibndirig down Channel with a fine bretie. Wednefday a Co�rt of Ebft-India Directors was H�ld at the IndiaiHoofe'j which oceaikmed their fitting Iatt, on acomint of their receiving tenders fi-ogi the owners of their /hips'for the enfuing fea-fom when the following were taken up: Halfe-w^'Sotithaihipton; Montagu, Tree Briton and Alfred, riew (hips. Britannia (Company's (hip), Jtent, ManD�ip� Albion, Boddam. Lord Hawkef-bury, Effex, Lord Camden, Earl Cornwallis, 1) utton CaraattC, Northumberland, andNottingham. The Company will fix their deftination oa, a future Cojjr/da}'. .TheJPachefs'of Devonftiire's baggage, amongft ftther aftielea, contained a watch inlaid with diamonds i and valued- at 2,000 guineas; which, through the blunder of a foreign fervant, was feize foftnefj of temper, wiflies to  ve only, whtcbrare" the ftrongeft to a fr�j .'^rid. 'in^ppeoiient fplrit-Charming.woman 1 -fair philosopher !-^-if you eitift for thf own hap-, pinefianfi 4rtne-ahl deign to xhafee -yourfelf knftwn to mc.-name is Duval, I Jhall wkit youf offers and'retter with impatience.-My ad-dr�fs is as follows :>-Ghn L'Ab!�e Viernay, rue Taxaoae, F. S* The Prudence, Addis, from Jamaica to London, is loft on Cape Colucha ftiore, Spanilh* Main. , Jrcbery is become the favourite amufement of all our faihionable fair ones in their country retirements. The firft thing done after "arrival at the country manfion, is to eretf a target. The,Deanry of Killaloe, in Ireland, vacant by the death of Dean Murray, is te ga to the Rev. Peter Carleton, brother to the Alderman of that name. The harveft in Somerfetlhire and farther Weft^ ward, where the crops are inferior this year to no part of the kingdom, has begun above a week, and much of the wheat is carried in. Yefterday morning the (hop of Mr. Davis, linen-draper, of Great Ru(Tel-dreet, BloomhWy, was broke open, and robbed of a variety of linen-drapery goods to the amount of fome hundreds of pounds. � Yefterday fe'nnight the houfe of Mrs. T*yndale; of Bolton-ftreet, Piccadilly, was broke open, and robbed of a gold watch, and a variety bf antiques, coins, &c. On Wednefday noon, in confequence of an information given by Mr. Bagfhaw, hofier.of Great-Turn 'tile, Holborn, whofe houfe was broke open that morning, Mefl*. Macmanus, Townfend, and Jealous, officers of the Public-office in Bow-ftreet, went to the (hop of a breeches-maker, in a court nfar St. Martin's lane (fon to the perfon who, together with Meffenger the pawnbroker, was ex-execnted a (hort time (ince for a burglary in the houfe of Mr. Allman, of N^w-ftreet, Covent-garden);, and apprehended him in bed, and alifo a woman, on a violent fufpicion of their being concerned in robbing the faid Mr. Bagfliaw. "On fearching his pockets, and feveral places in the (hop and room where he was, amongft other valuables of various kinds, forne articles were found which Mr. Bagfliaw has depdfed are his property, and were in his (hop previous to the fact being committed; they likewife apprehended another man on fufpicion of being a confederate, in Round-court, as they were conducing the former to the coach. They, were brought before William Ad-dington, Efq. the Sitting Magiftrate, who committed the two former to Tothill-fields bridewell, and the latter to Clerkenwell, for further examination. Monday Mr. Stounedge, of Somerfetlhire, was attacked near Hounllow by two highwaymen, who robbed him of upwards of 5I. MARRIED.] Tuefday, at Bath, William -Turner, mq. CoHCCtor ot%xcjre ct tnar-cr�y7 to Mifs Everett, daughter of William Everett, Efq. of Heyteibury, Wilts-Laft week, Henry Reay, Efq. of Blackwell, in the county of Durham, to Mifs Elizabeth Harrifon, niece to George Collpitts, Efq. of Collingworth, in the county of Northumberland. DIED.] Wednefday, Mifs Eliza Newton, fecond daughterof John Newton, Efq; of Bull-weil-houfe, Nottinghamfhire. - Wednefday, at Hampftead, Mr. Francis Diggan, apqthecary, of St. Alban's-ftreet. For killing Game, guns and twisteb-BAR-REbs, to be fold that are bored on an improved plan, as the (horteft of them will hit the Mark at 100 yards, and bury the (hp* rnr tk�sW0cd>vith much Jejpfecoil than other ^guns, aad at 60 . yard's noBird on the Wtng can efcap*; and to prevent impofition by any falfe affertipft any Gentleman may fee them tried *t Mellor's Manufaftory, near Wbitechapel Tampike, London ; where he bpres any found barcel for Two Guineas, to (hoot m an-op�B field*, "in^fte fame manner__Note,  No letters will be cerved as above bat what are. poft^paid.     (. 211$ BOAKD ahd LODGING WANTED for a fingtt- LADY, in an " agreeable fociable Fatr/ily, Diftancc between 16 and 50 Miles/rom Town. / Direft to J. J. at Mr. Dent's, Portugal-Street, Unceln'r Inn. Otio � �  � �' EARL VERNEY'S CREDITORS ARii dejfired to meet the Truftees, on Friday {he %yth' Inlrant, at fhe Crown and Anchor in the Strairdy n Eiefen o'clock in the Forenoon. It ka^r^cuiarly requefted every Creditor wilt attend, as a State^r the Truftees Accounts, and other Matters of Im- portance, will be laid before them. [1091 -    To the FACULTY. TO be dlrpofed of, a SHOP, lurnifhed wnh. every R^quhne for carrying on the Bufmefs of a Sur-gfon, Apo;heci!-y, and Man-Midwifa, late the Property of a Surgeon juft d ceaied, and by whofe Death a very eligible Situation oir'rs for a young Man of the Frofeffion, of an active Difp:lkion. {sin   * For Particular* pl:aft: to inquire of Meff. G.ahd T. Peacock, Giafs^nen, No. 464. Fleet-Market,, London; Mj. Hodgfrn, Surgeon, Lewes, S,uflex; Mr, Farmer, Attorney, Mayfioid,. Suffer ; Mr. John Watts, Surgeon, Wine he Tea, Sufieif^ or Mr. Robert Watts,~Surgeon, Cranbrorik, >4ent. LIVERPOOL .HOlfiil Pleafantly and convenien.ly (hunted at tl�j:'3^jtto!H of Lord-street, . '" HA S" undergone  cojnfiderable Alterations ; a:d, in its prcfent irrip*!�cd Stat;, is rendered as ele-ganc and'conimoJions, asymoit Hoofes of public Entertainment in the Kingdom. '!Thefe Premifas confift of' A l^afious COFFEE-ROOM, A-'fipSfrb BALL ROOM, ,r51ue capital DINING-ROOMS, A girajt Number o! a'.ry, pleifan: Bed-Rooms nea.ly fitted up, Stabling ior an .Hundred Hoife-s, exteifive COALH KOUSES," Ahd every oth*r Convenier.ee fur the: Accommodation of Families, iingle Gentl'.'men, Sec. Gci'.lewen in 'Tr^de will find' a f^irible Room fet apart for the Reception of-Travellers; whcrtVa genteel Ordinary will be provided every Day, at lUlt pift Two o'Clock. *#* J. OWEM," from-the Clrani' Hot^l, London,'r--fpettfuliy infomis the Public, that no Exertions (holl on his Pah be wanting, to render his Ho;el at Liverpool, in eve:y RefpoQ, as comTonablc an.i pleating as p iflibLe, and humbly f'licit: the Favour of their Patronage and Support.     [2088 IRISH STATE LOTTERY 1790. THE Tickets, Halves, Quarters, Eighths, and Sixteenth Shares, are felling in the greateft Variety M N.umhers, and on the lo �*5> 10 0001* t0 a Gentleman at the Bank of Eng-v^j      land, for 7I. 7s. ?^&,57S, io,o3ol. to Mr. Hackleton, late 01 the Bo-rOttgh, ftow of S-ven-Oaks, Kent. 0^75, 5,000'. to Mifs Edwards, near Epfom, in Surrey, fr.t 7L 7S. hf icoo!. to Mr. Wipter.the Raven and Sun, Five-t-lane, Beroiondfey. e of ioooI. to Mr. Bo wen, jun. at Swanfea. .of 1000I. to T. Hearne, Efq.' A Ptizeof ioooI. to Mr. Ralph Carr, Stanton-wharf, South-' k. ie of joool. to Mr. Jofeph B'rrfon, No. 5, Bennett-t, W�ftminfl�. 3ie of 1000I. to a Gentleman in Stafford/hire, e of ioooI- to a Lady at Bath, of 1000I. tetwo young Ladies in Worcefterfliire. viieof 500I. to a Gentleman in LincolnVJnn. i A'Prliaof 500I. to Mr. ]. Dickerfo'i. A irVize of 50vi. to Mr. C. Conno.iy, St. GHes'3. A Pj-fze of 500I. to Mrs. Elinbeth A bidge. A J*ri�e of 50 A. to Mr. Dennis Courtney. A Prize of 500I. to Mr. F. Saunderi. APIirfe rf 500U to Mr. Frederic Van C�mpren. Af&?of 500!. to MelT. Parry and Co. A �tjfce of 500I. to Mr. Robert Boone. Curious FOREIGN WINES, O' prime Vintage^ (In quart Bottles, legal Meafure), Are fold,- at the loweil (Money) Prices; fey E. HIBBS, Wine. Merchant, Monument-Yard, ,|i6Bdoii. , riis plan of felling WirfeV in WaWrti, the! *       of 500!. to Mr J.xw. Ne� l. public have beenpAfe^ppio^^raliy; and f A5^. � the R.ghr Ho�. Lady Can-.ck. to honouf Hibbs with di^%u^ed tR*ffc|^F ap- afTsres Q^thy -that �fnd/ever -ffiall be, >^ii�-fttU'quan-.itptjn the moft reafon- prpbatiotrr he now g1 all Wine� fokt j^jirn^^ jjb&iutelr titychargedi and renown able profits poffible. The importance of this plan (unequivocally fair) to private families in particular, is moll obvious, fince every dozen bottles are warranted to contain three gallons of Wine, making thereby a confiderable faving to the purchafer, Hibbs's profits not being calculated upon terms requifite to fullai* the loffes �f long, credit, bad debts, &c. Jkc. he refpeflfull/ requefls that all orders from the country m^y contain remittances rj for the amount, or reference For payment in town. '   .... '- [200S. L    O    S    T, B I L L, Value Forty Pounds, drawn by __S. Boftockj at Sandbach, 5th Aogo't, 179c, at Six WeckV Oate, on Merf. Jonej and Co. London, payable to R. Berher, *n3 Indoried by hirrij and ipade payable to R. Wood V>y -^- Wood. Whoever fi�ds "the fame, and carries it fo Fry, Robinfon, and Cpi-JHiWrtd-coUrr, Poultry* London, or to Griffith^ Choldecott, and Co. Bat kers, Pdrtfmooth, will receiTe Orie Guinii Reward ^tof 500!. to Mr. Mara, Box Keeper to the Theatre t"a1, DuLlin. By a Sixteenth Shsre, at Haifa-Guinea, muft be gained SCHEME. |f Frizes. Va'ue. I Priz.' of ^.20,000 1 o,Ooe 5,coo 2,oco 503 100 "50  '5 9 500 500 500 615 if 10 5 5 i? i 1 if if if if if if 6 if 9. Hf 3 ^ Fir!r- 10,000 10,000 5,-DOO 2,000 1 ,oco 5oj 100 5� ''5 9 rawn on 8, Payment n 1 1 -� 4 *     - 4        - 2,0C0 I 312 10 6 - irt - 503 j 3-5 - 9,tf 50 J 6 z,$oo - 15 j S Finl-5J^wn .the lft Day Erttto the. yi Qay Dit'o the 5th Day   -Ditto tbe }th Day    -    500 Ditto ihe 5th Djy   -    500 Ditto the nth Day -    500 Ditto the 13th Day   -    560 Ditto the'15th Day   -    500 Ditto the 17th Day -    500 Ditto   ended to. J^Puhlic are requcftji to take Notke that Mr. Nitb4Jfou Mis at>ae but real Starr-Lpttc-y Tickets, and the L*&al* Sttatpftf Sbaxet thtoWf, as autkorite Hv A a of PurFfment! 31K 3d. any of thofe Days that are entitled t" Ben*ri:s, and 311. 5s. if Lalt-Jrawn. An Eighth Share, at il. 6d. will .ie en.iri ti tc double, above; a.Qur.rter, at 2,1. a Half, at 31. iSs. to pro-portiona.e Advantages. reft can be pwftStuaUy paidi .hieing Truft_Money.   Or the fame, or any Part thereof^ will tie. laid put in a Purchase, of . Freehold Lands. .   .t     '     . [4I.'4 Principals, or their Solicitors, directing, P and a Kitchen-Garden aidV-joining. ' ; ^     ,    ' Letters,-. Poll - paid,. mefftiftain^ Rent aodV ParticuTart, direfted to Y. Z. at the York'Coffee-Houfe, St. J\mesV fir^e"-, Piccadilly, (hall be duly attended to..        -[^''I'.; '� CORN W-A i. L.     . .    -1 To be LETT, and entered upon immedktelyi ALarge^nd elegant Stone'buik-MASPStbN'-HOUSE, adjotning t<�f the Town of Mar�2';on} in this* -County, saA lately, occupied by J. M. .Cha4*'ick r the. Re:iiai;kler of i Cttm of Years With wVW exphe ae ,Lady-pay, 179 5i ... The Houfe is iri perfe�i1y good Repaif; and COTfifts of a Dining-Room, 24 Feet 9 Inxhes by j7 Feet 2 Inthta ; Two} Parlours, a Drawi/ig'-R^m', elegantly frni/hed, ti F.e'et 8 li� ches by (7 Feet S Incljes, Ei^ht Bed-Chambers, wj:h Dref-fing Rooms j-together with a Ur.e,R;teheni Servanii-Kallj, Pantry, Diiryj Wine and JJesr Ce:h(*, &c. Sc. on the Ground Flodr. A .joining are Offices, Coach Hnilfe, gqod'Stables, with Yards, Sec. and a Dog-Kennel; -and behind an j iri Front of the Houfe are neat Si.rubbefies, a large walled Garden,' well -ftjred with Fruit-Trees, hafinR 3 compleat Hot-Hbufe, together with a lar^e K.itchec�Gardeni belonging to the Pre-m.iL-s. The Situation of the Whole is the moft delightful imaji-njble, fronting the Ssu'th j it has a full Vie\V of St. Michael"* M"u.nt, and tlie Mount's-bay; and tow rd* the Weft a per-f;"ft "Vieiv of Pcr.ii.ace and its b;a'i[ifuf Neighbtjtsrh'ood. Jn every'Rcfoect the Hou'e and Premifles are admirably adapt.-d CP the coavcnisnt ai\i elegant Situation of a ginteel Family. [207? -For viewing the fame, Application maybe madeto^he Servants at the Houfe; and for Particulars to Thomas Clutter-bu :J,-j-'Attorney at Law, at Truro, in th;faid County. FREEHOLD ESTATES (In   KENT). To be SOLD by Private Contract, THE following defirable 'FREEHOLD-ESTATES in KENT, viz. A MefTuage, Farm, snd Lands, containing about ?8, Acres, in Eaft Church and Minfter, in the Ifle of Shep^-y^ in tluf Oci.upation of. Thomas and William Brett, Tenants from Year to Year, at the very' improveable clear yearly Ketn- " "f_3jj^__[_ _______,, , ,, , ,-r-v-'.L.i-l.t... iiuw'-t.?~ ~ csmwerrrTrer Pelham,  Widow,. " TTJW under.. the Occupation t)f -:- Leafc, 0. which fix Years will be unexpired at Michaelmak next, at thevery improvable yearly'Rent of 33I.     '  *    T And alfo two Pieces of Wood Land, containing together Aout S Acres, near Dean-Ga'e, in Hal^tdw aforefaH, one of them call -d Puckles, a 4 the other Cart'i- Wood, and both new in the Landlord's Occupation. Alio a Mcfluaje, Farmland Lands, called Blatklands, containing ab ut a 1 Acres, in Fritndfbury, near Kochefter, and now in the Occupation of J>hn Lammas, aButc-her, T^nart from Year ro Year, at the yea'ly Kent of 45I. And alio two fubftantial Fi-eehold Brick Meffuages or Tenements, with Outbuildings and Appurtenances, in the moft airy Part of Eadgaje, in Rochefter, one of them lateljr occupied by Mrs. -^- Durnfoid, and fioce by Mrs. Frazer, at the clear yearly Rent of iS>. Vis. and theothfl by Edward Webb, at the clear yearly Rent of 16K 16'. Ail thefe Premjfles will be fold either together, or in Parcels as ab ve divided, and fnrther Particulars may be kn>wri of Mr. William D.inn, at Gillinghain, near C'nath >m ; or of Meff. Williani and Edwafd Twopenny^ Actvrnies at La*, at Rochefter. [ziod IRISH STATE-LOTTERY, C>mmenn�s Dr.w ng November   15.       , RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. refpccVully inform tho Pucik, th.t the TICKE TS and legal fhmped SHARES in the aftove L't ry are on Salej in variety of Numbers, at the orUinal Offices, licenfed oy Government, No. 104, Bank Buildings, Cornhill; and 00. pofi'e the King's Mews, Charing Cros i Where, in the laft and late-btate-Lotteries, the following capital Prizes Have been fold in SHARES, vii. No. 48,577 7 20,00t)l. 23.1483 each, 27,964   io,oool. 38,129") 41,817 I 13.599 L 22,740 / 40,889 | 37>4C�J 2,168 I � 3.726 >� 28,879 j 5,oool. each. 2,ocol. each. No. 18,137 i*.7S5 16,258 > Uh. 36,00^ 1,023 36>356 36.5!4. 29,179 J 7.9�' j 9,310 1 + 8,046 i i,C20l. each. 500I. each. No. 30.900" 3 -4SC 28,831 7.999 36^94 38.53' 4�>364 45.433 13,236 *>394 17.759 ?4.9'8 24,958 '8,7 54 500!; > each� And, .in. Whole Tickets, One Prize of ao,oool. Two of io,oocl. Four of 5000I. and a great marry of 2,000). T,oocl. and 500'. Alfoj in f-rmer Lotter'ej, finte the Year 1767, a great Proportion of Capital Prizes, too numerous to men im. Richardsonj Goodlitck, and Co. beg leave to ob-ferre, that they do not expofe the Names of their fortunate Cuftomers. Pi-efent Pike of Tickets, 7I. ?a. Half Share Fourth Share. s. 18 o Eighth Sha>e Sixteenth .Share 1. s. I   o o 10 d. 6 6 Country Correfpondervts may have Tickets and Shares fent them, by remitting gOcdTBills payable a: fi^ht> �r of a fliott Date. Tickets r-giflered at Sixpence each, and the esrlieft Intelligence lent of their Su^f efs. The Scheme of the prefent It.^a Lottery U musia'more advantageous to the Advdnturer than the laft, there being only Two Blanks to a Prize inftead of Three, with the Addition of 2,500 Prizes 0IL1.5I. each. Schemes at large Gratis, Money for the Prizes as foon as drawn. Goverament Securities of all Kinds bought and fo'J by Corrrmiflion. [i!i'9   

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