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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 21, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ^ Prkft Four Pence. MONDAY, Aug. 23. LONDON GAZETTE. Dublin-Cqftle, Aug. It. From  SATURDAY,  August  ^j, fco  T U ES D A Y,  August ^ '        -1-'-1-----1 �    1     f-' '     ' :-rr.-� - ? iii h j&XZPpP&^z r T-'C- HIS day being the annl ^|%)>^54^i,-:;'; verfary of the birth o his Royal Hightiefs the Prince of Wales, the great guns at the Salnte Battery in his Majefty*s park the Phoenix were fired three rounds, and anfwered by vollies from the regiments in garrifon, which were drawn up in the rcyal lquare at the barracks. In the evening a play was given by iis Excellency the Lord Lieutenant to the ladies-; and at night there were bonfires, illuminations, pnd every other demonstration of joy throughout the city.  ,      � Befe-Caffel, July 28. His Serene Highnefs the (Landgrave in confideration of the fervite of Baron de Kurzleben, who relided for feveral years at .the Court of his Britannick Majefty, with the fharafter of Envoy Extraordinary and Miniiter Plenipotentiary, has conferred upon him the Military Order'of Knighthood. :  ' '   �,- �       / War-Office, Augujl 21. 25th Regiment of Foot, Edward J. S. Byng, Gent, is ap- p inted to be Enfign. "31ft Regiment of Foot, Enfign Pefer Thomas Robertfon, to .   be.Lieutenant, William Sorell, Gent, to be Enfign. 38^ Regiment of Foof, Enfign Edward Baynes t* be L'eute- nant; tfcuarter-Mafter Robert Eyre, from the 60th Reri-> snent, to be Et>f gn. � 3J* Regiment of foot. lieutenant Joffiph Davie, from the �   50th RegHtAot, to be Lieutenant. 371b- Regiment of Fopr, Enfign Henry Symes, from the h*lf-^>ay of Fiflfs Corps, to be Enfign j   Aug'uftus Colman, Gent, to be Enfign. 49th Regiment of Fot, Brevet-M�jor James Grant, to be Major. 5�th Regiment of Foot, Enrfgii John Trotter, to be L'eute- !   nant ; William Cluroes, Gent, to be Erfign. 60th (or the Royal American) Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Edward Walih, from the half-pay of Fifh's late corf s, to .be Lieu'enant. tffitb Regiment of Font, Enfign William   Burrows to be Lieutenant; Jerem ah Hodg.-s, Gent, to be Enfign. CimmijjionsJigned by his Majefty for the Army in , .     Ireland. ijth Regiment of Foofj Lieurrnant-Edward T-cott to be Captain ; Enfign Stewart Bruct to be Lieutenant. RETURNS of CORN and GRAIN. From Auguft 9 to Auguft 14, 179c 		Quar ten.	Price.	Ave-per	age Price Quarter. c 			\.    t. d-	1.	s.    d. Barley  -		5761	4S94   4   *	1	4     5 Heans   ~		1609	1091 11   %	I	6     0 M.lt    -			1771   9   0	1	'5     3 Oats    -			1977   1   8	0	0     5 Peafc   -		526	91Z 11   6	1	14     8 Rye     -		3H	409 11   5	1	8     3 Jlape Seed		754	i*3�   5   5	1	J7    11 Wheat  -	1	4499 1		t	�4    7 	B A N K R U P 7			s.	 .� Richard Peel, now or Idte of Sutton St. Mary, in the pa tffh of Long Sutton,-L'ncplnfliire, dealer; to fur.render. Aug. Ho, J'/Jr and 0$' P;c-.... Dividends to bt made. branch Ba'ractai-gh, late of New Maltpn, YoiJtioire, mjl-/�r;.Sept. 21, at e'.even, at the B;:ck,-fwdn, in Cot.ey-ftre,ct, Ycrk..  Simon Godfrey, of the Ham!et of Reach, in the parjuS o( JJurytell, C^mSirtdfeeihire^ malttler; Sept. 16, at eleven, at We Whitp horfe'lrih, in Gre>t SaxSam, Suffo k. Thomas Bdlerby, ijire of NewMaJton, Vorkmre, merchant; Sept. 21, at eleven', at the Black Swan, in Coney-iJreet, York- Jfaac Jacob Solomon, of Cun-fqusre, HrunHfJitcbi London, merchant; Aug. 18, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Certifcatrs to be granted. Robert fugard, lite of the puilh of Upton St. Leonard, Gloucefterlhire, bu.teher; op or before Sept. ji. Peter William Lieg'eJ of the parim of St. George, Mirdle--ivty mariner; on or be:ore Sept. li. George Smith, late of Dean dree*; Soho, lvlidclefex, up-"^bjlder; on or before Sept. ir. Stephen Butler, of Brampton, ih the parfli of Kenfington, 'M'ddlefex, perfumer; on or before Sept, 11. �Since our Iqft arrived the Mails from Holland and f landers. Taei-fburg%, July io. ^The Emprefs has granted to Admiral Tchitchakow the grand ribbon of St. George, and has beftovved oh him fome confider-able property. She has alfq made a number of promotions of Admirals, Vice-Admirals, Rear- Admirals, Sec. Governrrient is very bufy in repairing the de-featt>f the Prince of Naflau, who will fhortly have forces fufHcierit to attempt to diflodge the Swedes irom the pofts of Hogfors and Barolakowfci, in which, if they fucceed, we"tben fhall be able to carry the \var into the Swedifh territory. Hanover, Aug. 6.   On Tuefday latt the Mi- ^ fttftef of iate> H- V�n Beulwitz, fet ofF for Frankfort, as firft .Royal and Electoral Miniffer for the election of an Emperor. M. Van Omleda, our Envoy at RatMbon, will go to the fame place as fecond Minilter. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, Aug. 20".' Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Charlotte, Howes, from Jamaica. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's. ihfps Pomona, Alfred, Southampton, and Ne-mefis, S'tout floop, Neptune and Unity tenders, Swift pilot; Port packet, Crofliy, for Cadiz ; and Thames, Hiitcbings, for^Oporto. Deal, Aug. 21.   Remain in the T?owr+s the , fhips as per laft> Robert and Mary, Duncan, for Lifbon ; and Newry, Wilfon, for Nevrry. Gravfend, "Aug. 20. Pafled- by* tbe P�ggy, Ofmond, from Exuma; j'uno, Hay, and Aurora, Lowrie, from Jamaica ; Samuel and Jane, Hall, fj:om Quebec ; Hope, Richardfon, from Grenada; and Severn, Welih, from Barbadoes. LONDON. Yeftcrday their Majeities, Princefles Royal, Au-gufta, Elizabeth^ and 6ophia, with the feveral attendants^ went,to the Chapel at Windfor Caftle, where they hdard divine fervice, and a farmon by the Canon Refidentiary. The Royal family afterwards viiited the two younger Princefles at the Lower Lodge, where the Princefs Amelia is under inoculation tor the fmall-pox; and afterwards returned to the Queen's Lodge to dinner. In the afternoon they went to the apartments at theJpaftle,'an'd drank tea; and from thehce appeared on the Terrace, where the company were numerous and brilliant. The Duke and Duchefs of Devonfhire, the young Marquis of Hartington, and the reft of the Liluftrious party arrived at Devonihire-houfe in perfeft health on Saturday evening. Some difpatches were received in town on Saturday night, which mention that Earl Howe, with the fleet, were arrived fafe at the Chops of the Channel, with a tolerable wind out. Extract of a Letter from Plymouth, Aug. 19. " Yefterday morning the Winchelfea frigate fell in with the grand fleet, fleering to the Southward j and this morning a DarVilh fhip arrived at this port* the mader of which reports he fell in with the fleet to the Weftward of this port lail night, and was very near one man of war, which, from the defcription, mult be the Cumberland of 74 guns." Extraii of a Letter from Chatham, Aug. .20. " Tuefday morning one Thomas Martin, a houfe-carpenter, of this yard, being at work on board the Leviathan, a new fliip of 74 guns, now upon the flip here, difcovered a bag, concealed i;i a temporary cabbin, which contained about a pounds and quarter of combufiibles. ((This cirenrr.-Ilance has fpread much alarm, and occafioned a good deal of converfation here. The fhip has been fmce diligently fearched by the officers of the Yard, but no further difcovery has been made." , A Treafury warrant has jail bc?a figned, for allowing to liarl Gower 3000I. in lieu of a fervi.ee ,-of plate, as Ambafladtjr to the Court of France. The quantity of plate given by Government to every Ambafiador. Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary ^to foreign Courts, oh his appointment", is 5893 ounces of ,,'filver,. or, as it is termed, white plate, and 1066 ounces of gilt plate. Early' on Monday morning a duel was fought in the Phcenix Park, Dublin, between C-s H- -n, and N-s W-n, Efqrs. It being agreed that they fhould fire at the fame time, Mr. H.'s fin't (hot flightly grazed hisadver-fary in the ri ht fide without penetrating it-but Mr. W.'s did-not take place. On the fecond fire being difcharged without any eftciSl on either fiie, the feconds interfered, and not without fome difficulty accommodated the. difference. It is (aid to' have arifeh from fome apprehended indecorum to a Lady, who was a friend of tbe former Gentleman's. On Saturday, at one o'clock in the day, Lady Houghton and another Lady were (lopped in their chariot by a Angle highwayman, on the Edgware-road, who prefented a piilol, and robbed them of their purfes and watches. The generally credited report of the lofs of a Margate hoy; propagated through the publip prints, we are extremely happy in contradicting. We have reafpn to believe it arofe from a malicious mifreprefentation. N DIED].   Lately, at fchool, to the great grief, of his Lordihip and relations, the eldefl fon of the Right Hon. Lord Foley.Friday, at Ofweftry, in Shropfhire^ at the advanced age of 88, Mrs. Jones, reliclt of the Rev. John Jones, formerly Vicar of Hope, in Flintihire.-Same day, at Li verpool, Ifaac Blackwood, Efq.'-Lately, near Mansfield,,,Notti�gharnihire, in the prime of life, Mr. James Stephens, wkofe kientific knowledge as a feterihariari wa3 believed to be the firft in the. kingdoms-A-' few days ago, in Dublin, Charles Meares,: Efq". formerly an attorney of great emi-nenCffi ind for feveral years Parfuivant Qf his Majefty's Court of Exchequer in> that kingdosn. He \yas father to John Meares, Kfq. who planned that lucrative trancH of commerce between Gan-r. ton in China and Nootka Sound; IRISH STATE-LOTTERY, SCHEME. No. of Prizes.      Value of each. 1 1 2 4 6 IO 30 80 2,500 10,000 of 20,000 I0;000 5 000 a, fW Blaiikr- 40 000 Tickets. 179O. Total Value. �� 20.CCO lo,o�r> lO.OiO 8,000      6,oco 5.000 3,000 4�coo . ,37,500 90,000 19 3,400, 500 5,500 500 203^300 To be peremptorily SOLD, Purfuant to a Decree of the High Ciuit of Chancery, and fuch Sale to be on Monday the 4th Djy of October nexr, at 10 of the Clock in the M rning, at the Houfe of W:l-lam Webb, known by the Sign of the King's Arms, in Lilkeard, in the Cjuntyof Cornwall, in S:xteen ftvera! Lots, THE FREEHOLD and CUSTOMARY or COPVHOLD ESTATES, late of Sir Chrifl. Treif-, Knight, d ceafed, fituate in the feveral Parifhes of L:lkes , Duloe, Saint Cdy, and Symonward, in the Eorough of Bodmin, in the faid County.of. Cornwall. For a Particular of th? faia Eftates, enquire at t! e Chambers of Peter ^olfard, Efq. Symond's-Inn, Cha-icery-L^ne ; at Mr. Smiths Ciiamiers, N . 10, Linoln's Inn; o"" Meflrs. "libyd and Oawfe, Bedford-row, London; Mr. Hor, Atiomey-a't-Law, Bodmin; or Mr. Carthew, at Liflceaid. I -Iocjo ' LIVER?OOL HOTEU Pleafant'y ar.d conveniently fr:ua:ed at ti;e Bottom of Lord-Street, A S  undergone  confiderable Alterations ; a 11 d, in its prtlent improved State, is rendered as e!e-gini and commodious, a\ rr;ofl Houfes of public Entertain-rneHt in the Kingdom.   Tf.ele Premif.'s cnnfift of A fpacious COFFEE-ROOM, A l.ii,>erb BALL-ROOM, Nin; capital DINING-ROOMS, A great Number of airy, pleafant Bed-Room* neasly fitted up, Stabling for an Hundred Horfes, extenfive COACH-HOUSES, And every otho: Convenience for the Accommodation of Families, fingle GerAlemen, Sec. Gentlemen in Tr%de will find a fJcable Room fet npart fur the^Recej tion of Travellers; where a genteel Ordinary will bei proTi led every Day, at Half p.if> Two o'Ciock. *#* J. OWEN, from the Grand Hotel, L-indon, rs-fpeftfully informs the Public, that no Exertions fhtll on h's Part be w* tirrg, to render his Ho:el at Liverpool, in every Refpeejf, as comfortable and pteafi:ig as polTitle, and humbly fp.icits the-Favour of their pjtr> nage and Support.      [20S8 H CHILDREN CUTTING TEETH. AT B. BURCHELL's, Goldfmith, and fole Proprietor, No. 79, L9-g-Acre ; and by his Appointy menc at Mrs. Rand H's, a: rhe Royal-Exchmge, and potit vel-n'Y where elfe in L r.don, a e foil the true original ANODYNE NECKLACES; aw the wearing of which but one Night, Children have immediately cut their Teeth with Safety, who bwtjuit before were on the Brink of the Grave with their Teeth, Fi's, Fevers, Convulfions, Gripes, &c. proceeding from their'1 eeth, and have alraoft miraculoully recoverel.'  Price 554. Likew lie ihe fi-o�iii S\�g>r Plumbs frrr Worms in Children, ard; grow > Perfiris, in Boxfs 2s. 8d. and Packets is. id. J each. They have only Uie Tarte of, and are as in-oocent and eafy to take as 1 common Sugar Plumb. To avoiJ Coy terfeit Shops in the-Neighbourhood, the Public are defired to copy the Name, Bali. Buichell, and to afk f�r Buret! H's Necklace, a�d to obferve the Name at' full Lengch, b.>th on a Label and the S:amp Duty, or they will be certainly diceived. This Day  y-il Exchange; and Couch and Laking, No. 44> Curzon ftiect, May-Fair. .__[11*5 BOOKS on FEMALE EDUCATION, Printed for J. Walrer, at Horaer's-Hejy^ C aring Crofs ; aod Sold by C. Dilly, inrhp Poultry. I.T  ETTERS on the IMPROVEMENT of jL_> the MIND, AddreflVd to a ymng Lady, by Mrs. CHAPONE, a new Edition, in One Volume,Imall O.iavo, Price Half a Crown, Sewed. II. An. elegant Eiition of the above L"tters ; printed on a fuperfine Writing Paper, in Two Volumes, fmall Oclavo, intendedfor Prt-fents to young La.|;es. The univerfal Reiepfon nj'M's. Chapor.s's Letters in Private Fai.ilL's and in Public Schools f tJ^*7th ioftant, atVhe Crow(i and Anchor in the Stra'idj.at Et-ven o'Clock in t' : PEASANT* I.ABOUR j the BOUNTIES a tawed on the EXPORTATION of CORN, especially WHEAT 5 with PROPOSALS for their EMENDATION. j>im Ta/uique operis rrercede r.egata. Ovid. By   ROBERT   APPLEGARTH.    -Pri: ted for W. Richardfon, at the Royal-F.tchange^ .� ____.    1.......   i �      1     iii      1 1 -i---^ � ^i.-irl^nin Ihis Day was Put lifted,     .. Price ftitched 4s. 6d. or half-bound, 6s. .    . A NEW EDITION,or :   ;.-   -.   -r- GEOGRAPHIA ANTIQUA: Being a com-plete Setof Maps of Anttent Geography, beaut>>ul!y en^taKed-from Ceiliriut,, on, Thirty-thsce. Copper-Plates j deltgHe^ar thfe Ufe of S"cbhol?, ahd of Cendtmen who m�ke the Antent Wire, s their Delight or Study.  . . Printed f-;rj. F and C. Riv'ngton, N >. 6i4 St. PiuVs Chuith-jard; artd B. Law, No. 13, Avtfmary lane.   I950 - This Day were pkblified, Price Is. 6d. THOUGHTS and OBSERVATIONS on the NATURE and USE of Or,. jAMES's POWDER, In the Prevention ard Cure of D'.feaf-s. '     - Adarefiel to.everj one: y, ho vviAes to b" ac^ui'mted with th-faiutary EfTeAs of tliat valuable Medicine :.with rhe Dif. e^fes and Manner in which it h^s been admin'.fterei w!:h Suce cefs;.andthe Dock's original Rtceip", ex.iride'd tiom the RcCTsrds of Chancery. By a GENTLEMAN of the FACULTY. Printed fir the Author; and fold by Scatcherd aid Whi� lafei,  Avemary-Lane. far 33 , This Day nvas'publijbed; In OcIjvo, Price One Sh liing ar.d Sixpence, The SECOND EDITION', enlarged and improved,; of ( ON'SI DERATIONS oh BILIOUS V-i DISEASES and fome particular AFFECTIONS of Che LIVER and GALL-BLADDEH. By   JOHN   A N D R E E,, M. D. Printed for J. Aiunay,, No. y, Fleet-fireet j J. Johnfiftj No. 72, St. Pau;'s Chv.rc 1-yard :5 W. Clarke, No. %it New Bop.d-ftreet ;  P. Hill, and V/atfon, EUef, and Co. Edinburgh 3 A. Clarkeand T. Simfon, Hertford. Where may be had, ^r'.ce 3d. Murray's Ca^a!.oiJue of Books in Medicine, Surgery, Anatomy, Na:ual Hiilory, f rtheUfeof the Faculty, and Practitioners in general, and \yh:chare to be fold (for Ready-Money) at the Prices maiked againil the feveral Articles, r �� � '�. f i^6�i <. This Day kuirt fubli/hxd, la-Odavo, Prrc; is. 6d.f:v�d, STRICTURES on MODERN LANQUA-GES ; (hewing-their Ufe.uliiefs to Indivtdua s, U� N�a tio'isi and partic'wla ly to the Fair Sex. To wh.ch is added, An Eifiy on ih" prefent Mo'ej of Teach'-ng ; anJ alifo a VX.n of original Work, now in great Furvya'dncfs, cleirly pointvrg out the Facility with svhith the' Fiuenry of Spe�ch*may be acquired. Humbly dedicated to Mrs. CREWE, oiCrcwe-Hjll, Chefliire. " By J. E. PAR1SOT  DE ST.  MARlE, -Teacher of theFr nth Lang lage, 'in"C.hefter. Printed for G. S.it'l',        20, Ns*ca.ille-ftreet, Scrahd, Of whom may be bad, Jud publilhed, in Oclavo, Prke 6d. fewed, A f ketch of the Political. Hiftory of the City of Cheft(*rj fti'in the earlieft Period to.the prefeqt Timei*. �   - SUMMER AivlUSEMEMT for YOUNG PiOPLti in the COUNTRY. GAME 'of -HUMAN LIFE. 'Jhi 1 Day nxas publijhid*      . Price 51. on sSheet, 6s. 01 Paiteboard, and (Us. id.' ojj Caii-vafs, with a Cafe, including a Box wLh Totum a,:d Markers, HE NEW GAME of HUMAN LIFE, with Ri.l s for pLiyin^. N. B. This Gime is. played in a Way fomewbat fimlar to the Gepgraphic.il   P-lt'tries,   it contain! ;g ei,jhty-fuur .Charaolers,  divided intn feven Periods, v;z.   Inf.incy trj Youth, Manhood, Prime of Life, Middle-Age, Ol3-ag.', Decrepitud'', and Dotsge. If tnofe to whofe Care t';e Educapon of yorng Paxils i� inrru ied, will fuperint-nd ihem ^hi!e playing the Gat e. and caufe them to flop tt each Characltr, and by a few maral and judrci 'us Obftrvations, na".urally arifing'out of the Subject,-explain .to. them the infinite Superiority or a virtuous Character over tliat of a vicious and immoral one, '(-.is Gjiti: may be rendered one of the moil ufeful that has hitherto been invented. [J129 Printed for J. Wall's, No. 16, Ludgace-Creet; i'd E. Newbery, the Comer of S'. Paul's Ciiurth-yarci ~~'      AN ENTIRE -NEW WORK. 7his Day was pv.blijhed, Price 6i. . {Embelliflied with a capita! Engraving of the Rght HosnUra-ble Edward Lord Thurlow, Lord Hiijh Chancellor of Great-Britain, ti whom the Work is d.dicatd ; the whole -to be comprt'ed in forty-eiijht Numbers, mikiiig four large Volume? in Oclavo) NUMBER I. to be continu-rivreeklv, nf nTHE PRESENT PRACTICE of a JUSTICE X of the p't'ACE ; and a COMPLETE'Li U"R Ait Y of PARISH LAW. Cjntaining the S-ibilance of ali the statutes and-Adjudged Cafes down to the Yeir 1796, w[)'c-h point'out the Duty a;Vd prrfent Praftjce of Juftices cf tne Peace, Sheriffs, Under-Sheriifs, Clergymen, Churchwardens, OviHeers, High Co^lTabies, Surveyors of the Highway, Conftablesj Headbobug'ni, ana ot'icr Count/, Ward, add P.vilh OiTiceis. Including a great Nutnber of modern Adjudications in the refpeefhe Courts at Weft.riir.le'r, \thich have been lately tepprted, and which ar< wholly omitted in the mod popular Performances on this ufeful and exienfive Subject. Alfo the Subftance of thofe Latfs which are peeuliar to the City of London. By the Rev. EDWARD BARRY, LL. D. Priated fot Ik. Butters, N�. 79,  Fleet ftreet. �"*#* The late immoderate Additions to the Statute Law of this Country, and the Multiplicity of Imports, render foch a Code of Laws a dVi.abie Companion for alrtioft every trtdivKtW. '   . t?a�   

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