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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 28, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence. *8 rom SAT U R DAY; August 28, to  ?U ESDA Y,  August 31,'  1790. .8879 M O N J) A-Y-, Aug. 30. Fnm the LONDON GAZETTE. Carleton-Hous�, Aug. 26. ^^|^r?K^ C':-.sHE Pnnce of Wiles ha$ rtP^'/i XLbeen pleafed to appoint Gerard Frederick Fynch Byng, Efq; to be one         .'; " �    '�".' Pitta, Lieutenant Jhfrph French to be Captain-Lieutenant, vice Daniel Henry Shaw.     ,   . . Dit^EnfigB William Cla'fham to be tjietitsoaW, vice Jo'feph .  F;em;h.     , ;, ' j       V* <� $   '   '' fei'tto.' James Carter, G;ent: to be Enfigjn,. a 1, and Oft.   tfiat'^atffitfition, wjiich woi, exchanged":for that of the King pur Sovereign on the^th inil'. This'day there is to bi s grand entertainment-at. Reichehbich, on the occafion of the prelum-' .hariefv'wlftibS'�are to ferve -as the bafis of the peate  between Auitria and the Portei ""SHIP-news. Deal, Aug-. 27. Wind N. E. blows hard. Came dqwh, and failed, with the outward-bound as before, the Margaret and Elizabeth, Brown, for Antigua* and Queen, Perkins, for Oporto. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's mips Pomona, Alfred, . Monarch, Robufte, Affillahce, Callor, and Nemefis; Unity and Neptune tenders, and Diligence pilot. Deal, Auguji 28. Sailed the Nemefis frigate on a cruize. Remain in the Downs the reft of the ihips as per laft. Graufend, Aug. 27^ Paffed by the Fort William, Sirripfon, from China ; Andalufia, Fitch, from the South-Sea,; Farmer, Clark, from Pe-terfburgh ; Ceres; Farmer, from Alexandria ; the Tortela Planter, Harrifon, the General Clark, M'Ghie, the Mercury, Stewart, the Amity, Nixon, and Betty, Donald, from Jamaica ; Mary Ford, Blackburn, from Barbadoei j,Maria, Orpin, and Hibernia, Brenock, from Cork ; Sovereign, Benn, from Charles-Town; Charming Harriot, Dalzeil, from Archangel; Blacket and Ridley, Elfden, from Stettin; Hope, Hopkins, from Oporto; Statira, Thompfon, from New Hampfhlre ; I nomas, Thayer, from Bolton ; and tiarmony, Holmi from Amflenlairt. L O NV  D O N. � Yefterday their MajeftieS and fiv3 of the Prin-celfes, with the ulual attendants, went to the Chape.1 Royal, Windforj where they heard divine fervice and a fermo^i Dy the c anon Refidentiary. They afterwards returned to the Queen's.lodge to dinner, and in the evening walked on the Ter-. race. . pn Saturday afternoon the King reci-ived letters at Windfor-LoJga from his Royal Highnefs the Duke pi Clarence, on board the Valiant,, in " C^fipariy" with'the grarid fleet at fesr: Letters were alia-received jfrom his Highnefs at Carleton, houfe',: wliich were immediately'fent off'to hi5. Roy_alHjghn,efs the Prince of Wales, at Brighton, - Os\ .Saturday . lait the Betfey* Capt. Donald, arrived m the Downs from 'Jamaica; ihe failed from PoYt Rloyal the 13th of July,.anil .briags- fJifpateKes -to Government from Lord Effingham and Philip Affleck, Efq. Rear Admiral, of the Blue, 00-that llatibh. They contain advice, that his fjordjbip was returned from a fhort cruize (which h, and. other Offices ; Co'ach-Houfe and Stabling for three Horfes ; with a Garden of Half an Acre, fenced round, and well planted with good Fruit Trees ; pleafantly fituated in the Weft-Street, Fareham, five Miles from Gofpoitaid Portfmouth. Inquire of Mr. J. Griffin, Fareham. [3I49 NOTICE is hereby given,, THAT a PETITION will be prefented to the Honourable Houfc of Commons at the ncxtScffions of Parliament, for an Adt to make and erec~t a PIER or PIERS, QUAYS and EMBANKMENTS and AVENUES thereto, with LIGHTS thereon, in the Harbour and "River of SWANSEA; in the County of Glamorgan ; to improve, cleanfe, and deepen the Bar and River of the laid Port; to regulate the Pilotage, Porterage, Anchoi-age, Moorage, and Navigation of Veflels, and the laying down of Ballaft therein ; and to make and erect a Pier and Light-Houfe at the Mumbles, at the .Mouth of the faid Port; and to make public Sea-Baths, Docks, Pills, and Bridges, at the Town cf Swanfca, in the feveral Pariflies of Lanfamlet> Langevelach, St. John, St. Mary (otherwise Swanfea), aid Oyftermou:h. * Signed, by Direction of a General Meeting of Perfons in-tereft^d herein, at the Guildhall of the Town of Swan-fea, Auguft 17, 1790, [lift GRIFFITH JENKINS, Portreeve ofSwanf?a, Chairm*n o/tlu laid Meeting. ROBERT  D Y E.   .. RESPECTFULLY acquaints the Public, that he has taken the DOG INN at AYLSHAM, in the . County of Norfolk, which he-has fitted up and furriifted with every d?fi >-able AcnmrnDdadonj and ftored his Cellars with th* choice!?: Wines, and other LIQUORS... Hotberefore humbly fotfefts the Favours of. the former Cuftomers to the abatr Inn, and thofe oijfbc Public in general, afiux'ing them nothing in k� Power iriall be wantisf to merit thejr Favours and Eiteem. , Aylfliam, 13d of Auguft, 1790.       . , [2'7�_ HENRY'S COPAL VARNISH, Prepared and fold, While fide and Retail,- by THOMAS HENRY, Apothecary in Mancheftcr, I* fold rn London by J. jlhnl'on^. No. 72, Sc. Paul's Church-Yard, in Bouiei at 4a'each, with Directions for the Ufe of it.      .   \ � ' �JHIS VARNISH, which has long bern ufed for Prints, ILiacd Drawings, Pvinnngs, Paper Work, and white Eu,rnltu\v, is'fo pure as not to difcalpur the pureit. white GroOnds;  it dries without the Aid of Hc� ; never c!|ills, not'erticks, aiid bear* waihing widjfWatej: without Damage.' .       i\ � �      Each Bottle is figned by the Preparer. Mr. Henry VCalcined Magnefia is alfo fold as above. [2177 Mr. WELCH'S ACADEMY for DANCING, No. ioa, near Be.:ufort-Bnildings, Strand, continued upwards  "       .. .of_Tweaty-Jhree Years, Wlbl/be attended as ufual, during the Summer, for privato. Lcfto.is ; where fuch as are d;ficieat maybe initiated or improved in the different falhionabLe Minuets, Addrefs, Country Dances, Cotillions, and-eveiy rc-quifite AccompH&naenc, as a P.-epSrarive for the moft genteel Affembliek. -. *4* Such as approve, miy be waited on at their Reix-drnce. -f-4-f The Evenings, aiv! the Academy on Thurfday*and Saturdays in the Afcernoan, for young Ladies, will recommence on Michaelmas. [2181 Auguft 30, 1790. FIVE GUINEAS REWARD. STOLEN or STRAYPD, From Mr. Willan's Farm,' between Stoke Newington and Hornfey-Wood, on Saturday night or early on Sunday Morning lait, ABAY. G ELDING,; rifing Five Years old. Fourteen Hand?, Thv.:e Inches- high, with a Star in his Forehead, a.mrrow Blaze or Snip on his Note, large Eats, black Main a id Tail, has been nicked and dacksd, two whiffe feet behind 1 bout half" up to the Hdck, and has fome Hjir off both his Hecks, rather limps in his near Ls"g before. - Whoever b: ings him, or gives Information, by which he mry be recovered, to the fiid Form, or t>JMr. Caftley's, the York-Ihire Grey Stables, in Wcrfliip-fqwire, near Moorfields, mall receive the .�.b)Ve Reward aid realonable Expences.    , [218Q ""~n~E Xc~S~T"E R 5 HIRE.     -To    be    S    6   L   D, AMANOR, and a very eligible FREEHOLD LS.i'ATE, lying within a Rirg Ftncevin^ noe fjiort-, ing Country, in the Ceutre, o� the Duktfof JS.'utlaiJis's and S>r Willism L?wther\ Kuics; crntaining near i 5C0 Acres of fertile Grazipg, Meadow, rnd Arab'e Land, wjth Farra-Houfps in exce'l-nt Repair, and all Offices and Buildings ne-ceffary toi advantageous Occupation-, The Tythe is compen-fate-1 for by a fettled'-Payment. Ten Thoufand P011 -h, Partcf the Purchafe-Money, may femain on S cur:tv otthe Ei'aw, if more eligible to 9 Purciia-er, and for any Term nit -ex* ee.ling Seven Years ; or a gncd Ma fi j.n-H iiil.�, in a ple.'fant Situation, with an ilig>bl? Eftate from 300!. :o 500I. [.er Annum furropniing it*, wojlJ, if raorj deiirable loa Pu.chiier, bt accepted in Part of Piy-me'-.t. Apply to Mr  Bray,  Gfj: Ruffell-ftreet, Bloomfbury, Load' :i ; or Mr. P l:eti in extenrive' AH'ortrtienc of the;abpv: Anitiesj � at the toHwwrcg reduced Prices : � .'    3 tfh plated ditro,_    � - . . -       -     -220 " Alfo a large AflbrCmjnt'of .Por-tipool Ariped Articles, con-fifting of Candlcfticks, Tea�Urns, Tea-Trays, Waiters, &c. Sec. 1      J .\   - - i-'-- A fuU-Price is ailowcd.fbr oW Urns in Exchange. Families; furnilhing K'.rch'snY'may be immediately fupplied with comprete Sets of Double BVck-Tiri Kitchen Furniture, at 81. 8s. Which will be kept in Repair at One Guinea per Year, and fent free of Carriage into the Country. N. B. An elegant Afloitment of London and Sheffield Knives and Forks, upon very.low Terms, for ready Money. ' Warm and Cold Baths to fell and lett.      [2167 '       "     FESTIVAL of'MUSIC,     '' At LIVERPOOL, 1790. STEWAR'flS: Lord. Grey de Wi'.ton,  C�lonel Tarleton, Hon^ Thomas Titzmaurice,      Jj^hn Blackburne, Efq. Sir Krchard Brooke^ Bart.       Barnbsr Ga/coyne, jun. Efq. Sir George Warren, K. B.        ' ON the Mornings of Tuefday the 14th Sep-J^rnber, and of the Three1 fucceeding Days, will be perforrjicd, in St. Peter's Churchj the following celebrated  Companions''of Handelj viz. Oft-Twfrtay-Morning, the Sacred ORATORIO of the MESSIAH. On Wednefday Morning, aSel^clion of SACRED MUSIC. On Thurfdiy Morninc, the Sacred ORATORIO of REDEMPTION. Compiled by Dr. Araaid, from thofe great and favourite Works of Handel that were performed at his Commemoration in Weftminfter-Abbey, and in the Pantheon. And, on Friday Morning, A Second Selection of SACRED MUSIC. Alfo, on the Evenings of Wednefday and Friday will be performed, in the Mufic-Hal!, Two Grand MISCELLANEOUS CONCERTS. In the firft of which will be introduced a part of Alexander's Feaft, and the Pallions, from Salomon. � The Band will be more numerous than on any former Occafion. 1 Principal Vocal Performers: Mr. Harrifon, Mr. Meredith* Mifs Cantelo, Mrs. Shepley,. and Mrs. Billington. Principal Instrumental Performers: Meffrs. Cramer, Cer-vetto, Parke, Wiltan, Billington, Aftley, Mountain, Haigh, Cramer, ju:i. Clarke, Sarjeant, Cantelo,'&c. Sec. Sec. The Organ by Mr. Wainwright; and the Double Drums by Mr. J. Afhley.: Subfcript-on to the Six Performances, il. us. 6d. (Ticl^ta. transferable). Single Tickets to the Oratorios and Selections of 5ja;red Mufio, 73. To the" Mifcellaneous Concerts 10s. 6d. AiTemWics at tiie Exchange, on TueiUay and Thurfday Evenings, and an Ordinary � the Hotel every Day.' B oks will be cpen ta receive Subfcriptions at the ufual Places. -j, *,* The Committee requeft that fuch ns wilh to be accom-mo :^ted \-\th Lodgings will apply to Mr. John Gore, Statjoner, wh.i Will recoinmsnd good Lsdgings, on Terms approved by ths Conuu.tue. [sJ79 I   

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