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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 31, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence. Ftoin T U E S D AT,  August 31. to  T }�\J R S DA     'September I,  1700 t WEDNESDAY, Sept. i. '04m 'tit LONDON GAZETTE. CkxViTOv-Hovsz. yj^gzLQ^ HE Prince of Wales has m^^^p^J; beea pleafed to appoint jJm!^C Wch. Warren, ECj. (3d &^U.A Regiment of Guards) to Highnefs's Gentlemen Ulhers Daily Waiters. 'BANKRUPTS. Richard Fanner, late or* Newbary, Berkshire, cabinet, maker; to furrender Sept. 18, *8, and October i*, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mir. trofs, SnowVfields, Southwaik. James Clarke, of Cnltched-friars> in the city of London, carpenter; to furrender Sept. 17, 24, and Oft. 12, at ten, it Guildhall, London. Attorniej, Meff. Skutt and Greet)*, Great Ayliflf-ftreet, GoodmanVfield*. . 'Henry HalJ, of Bermondfcy-ftreet, Southwark, Surry, victualler; to furrender Sept. 9, 14,'and Oct* t�, at teri| at ,<�uilahall, London. Atturnies, Mefl" T* and J. Yeatts, ii^W^tft ftrttt, Ne Captain Alexander Gibbon, of Aberdeen ; the reft of the crew, being about 300, went to the bottom with the fcip." On Friday laft was iffued rrorh the Exchequer Money to pay life Majefty's Houfliold in the ^de* partmentof the Lord Steward up to Midfummer iaj, .and on Saturday the payment began at the lice, -St,. James's. ai N- :     : :     : � Monf. Rochefoucault, Member of tWFi^nch National Aflembly's Committee of-Finance, t ha^ deliv-ered in a report, by which it, appears to be ^tt Opinion of the Committee that'tHe article of fobacco (hould be declared free of duty, and even (he culture of it permitted in France. It is generally imagined that the National Affembly. will adopt die plan, and iacreafe the direct taxes of eapitation, which will prove more efficient, and be collected at lefs expente -r at the fame time that the facrifice of the duties upon fait and tobacco, which were formerly colle&ed in the moft arbitrary manner, will pleife the'ffeople, and difpofe them to pay an increased capitation tax with* more readinefs. Letters from Luxembourg mention the death of the Duke de Saxe Weymar, vyho died in the-center of the PrufBan army in Sileiia. Some time ago the large bell of the Cathedral 0? Glafgow was broke, and afterwards fent to London' to; be refounded ; within thefe few-days it has beet) returned, bearing the following inscription : lN.THE.y^AR.OF.GRACE.M.CCCCC.LXXXX.HII. Majcvi Knox, a. merchant, sealoua for the interefts of the Teformed religion, caufed M? to be- fabricated. ia HoHlnd fbrthe ufcaf his felb-.v Citiiens of GLASGOW, *id;pl�ce4,  Mr. Walter Wktall, to Mary Jones,  whofe ages together amounted to 1 bo ; he being 78, and fhe 82-Saturday laft, at Dover-coert, Effex, Francis Francillon, Efq. of the Navy, to Mifs Fenning, of Harwich. DIED.]   On the Fcjth of Auguft* at his houfe in Dublin, Mr. Clifford Boldbck, of the Bank of Ireland, and formerly of the eity of Ycfrk.-^-In November laft, at Terling1 place, Port Antonio,, Jamaica, Mr. Samuel Reyholds,   formerly of-Chelmsford.*^-On the ,13th tilt, at Sidmouth, in'. Devonfhire, Mrt, TbWnfend of Honit#n, relift 6f the late Mr"; jinies Towhfendj, aj.tornefat Jaw.-*Qn Monday, at. Bathwick^ the Rev. Thomas BiddBlphj yiear of Pa3ft�Wi in the county, f "GerntfaUi -To-: be LETT, Ana entered upon immediately, !BHOPSrr?JN� PLACE, compleatly Far- _ nfthed, by tire Week, Month, or Year. For further Particulars inquire of Mr. Smith, Attorney at L iw, Lewes 5 of Mr. Mairkay, Oilman, Piccadilly 5' or of Mr. Smith, Upholfterer, Lower Grofvenor-ftreerj     [2187 LONDON, Aifuft> 1790. MEDICAL and CHEMICAL LECTURES. IN the Firft Week of Oftober niftt, a COURSE of LECTURES- on PHYSIC and CHEMISTRY will recommence in Leicriter Square,' atthe ufual Morning Hours, viz. the Medical Le&Ares at Eight, and the Chemical aft Nine o'Clock.    . By-�GEdRGE PEARSON, M. Dj   .   . Of Af College of Phyficians, and Phyfician to St. George's Hofpital. A Regifter is kept of the Cafes of Dr. PWarfon's Patients in St. George's Hofpital, and an Account given of >their Progress, Treatment, and Termination, every Saturday Morning, at Nine o'Clock. Propofals may be had, and Particulars knowp, at No. 51, Leicefter-fquare, and at St. George's Hofpital. [2198 fm  � - i. Ttf the Nobility, Gentlemen, Sportfmeh, and Public in general, OWNERS of HORSES.    ^ TURKISH  LIQUID. AGentleman lately arrived from his Travels, bees Leave to recommend to their Notioc, a certain Cure uied by the Turks for all Horfes that may (lip, lprain a 'Shoulder, or arry other Part of that noble and ufeful Animal. It ofteii. effecjs a Cure witridnde rubbing, but in general one Bottle is fun^cient if ever (o badj and does not injure the THair. "Sold, by Appointment, only by Golding, Perfumer.to hex. Majefty, No. 42, Cornhill ; Humphreys, No. 118, Oxford-' ftreet;  ahd Williams, No. 41,  Pall-mall; at il. i�i the Qu-irt Bottle, with Direftions. [2189 �     -1  d Chambers, Servants-Roo.ns, and all othtr teceffary Apartment, Offices, and Out-Buildiiig�, with about Eight Aehri of Ground, including an Orchard artd Gardens, and if more Pafture Groujtd is required, f me Addition will be trade. N. The Length of the Term and Rent will be in Proportion to the prefent State of the Repair of the Premifes, it being expected that the Tjenant ihiuld put and keep the fame in Repair. The Premife* are diftant from Warminfter and Frome afeout Six Milrs, from Weftbiiry and Trowbridge about Thr� Miles, and from Bith about Eleven Miles. For further Particulars apply to Mr. Richard Fe*ard Mansfield, Ringwooi, Hants; Mr. Thomas Gale, Abbott's Leigh, near BriiWI; or to Mr. Thomas Pepler, at Cuttcr-ridge, whd will be rejey t6 4ew the Premifes.      [2193 The   C AN ADA   BALSAM, Or STRENGTHENING DROPS, Invented by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. _ And now faithfulTy prepared from his MS. R�cipe^ by his Re-'   lie! ahd Executrix, the Hon. LADY HILL, at her Houfe in Curzon-Street, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS moft exalted VEGETABLE BALSAM, and GENIAL RESTORATIVE, was one of the lateft Difcovericsof the celebrated .Botaaift whofe Name it bears, and is alone fufficient to entitle his Memory to the moft grateful Veneration Of Pofterity. It isfolcly calculated for the Cure of all Wiforders caufed by exhaufting Drains, attended with Weaknefs of the Back, and Feeblencfs of the Limbs, Tremblings, Cramps, intolerable Sinkings, Coldnefs and N*mb-nefs.of tlie Legs, and general Debility arifir.g from impr-jJ-nt Indulgence, and that deftru&ive Paffion in Youth, the Paf-fion of Diogenes ; f'rom all the mii>ries from early eld Age, and from the Gates of Death, will a flnrt Courfe o/thisMe-dieiaem&ft afiuredly refcue the afflicted. Ladiesj of any Time of Life, may by this Medicine be freed from pae.of the moft afflicting DiforuL-rs incident to the Sei, and atli certain Period it is moft highly ufeful. Sold, by fpeciat Appointment of Lady Hill (as by the Lon-ddiGa2etaof-M*eh23, 179c), byW. Baeon, at his Medicinal Warehoufe, No. 150, Oxford-ftrect, London, in Bottles, PfiCe JS.   ESPEGTFULLV acqiaaiots the Public, th*t IV he has taken jthe $QG -INN- at AYLSHAM, in the County of Norfolk, which he has fitted up and furriiihed witfei every defirable Accommodation, and ftored his Cellars with the choiceft V^ines, and "ther LIQUORS. He therefore humbly folic! ts the Favours the former Cuftomers to the above, Inrr, and. thofe of the Public in general, alluring them nothing in his Povfer mail be "wanting to merit their Favours arid Eltecm. Aylfham, 23d of Auguft, 1790. __[2l7b . ~ ^ld-Tewry, 26thJuly, 1790. . COMMITTEE of the SOCIETY fcr'dftaSng rJie ABOLITION of the SLAVE TRADE?.'" ; JTAVJNG ftated in_ our general Report "the ^1' prefent Deficiency qf 6�r Funds, we f^ci^thff-^fieiils of this Inftitution to enable us to profecute this great.Csiife, to a Conclufian, by a Renewal of Subfcriptions j which wiil be received by Samuel Hoare, jun. Efq. the Treafuier, No. 62, Lombard-ftreet; and by Sir Herbert Mackworth, BarU and Co. New Bjnd-ftreeh By Order of the Committee, [2199 .    GRANVILLE SHARPE, Chai;man^ NOTICE is hereby giveti,        , , THAT a PETHTQN will be prefcnted to jthe ' Honourable Hottftfof Commbns at die aettBamoni of Parliament^ for an Aft t� make and ejHeft a niRar fclEJtS, QUAYS.and EMBANKMENTS and AVEl^W,thereto, with LIGHTS theeeon, in the Harbour and Riveftf SWANSEA, in the County of Glamorgan ; to iniprove", cleauftiarj.4 deepen the Bar and River of the faM Port; to regulate the.P"i.. lotage, Porterage, Anchorage, Moorage, ani Navigation, of , Veffels, and the laying down ot Ballaft therein ; and to make, . and erect a Pier and Li|ht-Houfe, at the Mumbles, at the Mouth of the faid Port j andto make public Sea-Baths,Docks', P411s, anfl Bridges; -at, the Toyn of Swanfea, in the, fe,veral ' l^riihes of Laafamjet,_ Langcvehich, St. John, St. Msury* (othsrwife Swanfea), and Oyftermouth. Signed, by Direction of a General Meeting oFPerlbnsin-tereft.'d hereiny-at the Guildhall of the Towa�f Swao-fea, Auguft 17-, 17901 [2159 GRIFFITH JENKINS,. , Portreeve of Swanfea', Shairniaa of the faid Meeting; 1 MIDWIFERY ahd DISEASES of WOMEN. DR. LEAKE. wUl begin his LECTURES on the SCIENCE ->f MIDWIFERY and DISEASES of, WOMEN and CHlLDREKt �* Mwiday trie 27m of Septem- ! ber, at his Hbufe \n Parliamenf-ftreet j vvftere Parcciiln^ may : be known, from Ten to Eleven in the Morningi A Lecture introductory to the Theory and Practice of Mid-  wif:ry, with a Syllabus and Dcfcriptipn of the New Forcep^, and a Copper-plate Print, Pri:e '5s. may be had of Ai.Murras, Flcet-ftrect.       ' By  JOHN  LEARE, M.D'i .   -    . Cf the Royal College; cf Phyficians, arid Phyfician to the.Weft-minfter-Lyu^g-in-Hofpit.il; in which near 7coo Patients have been delivered, and \\'here a Houfe-Pupil will btfcafiinally be admitted, and lbnts duly qualified fjr Practice. Ten-Guinea Pupils will be allowed to attend the Lectures and Hofpital one-Year, or till duly qualified ; and Tw"6 Pupilsj- or_ any greater Nuniber, commencing precifely at the fame Timei" ' will have the fame Privilege-, on paying Nine Guineas each^. BOURDILLON's   COCOAi Invented and Manufailurrd by IT.mfelt'. THIS celebrated Cocoa, which is held in univerfal Eftectn by the njny Thoufahds who utt it for Ereakfaft> is now fo.ufld, after lorip Experience^ t� be th.- b^ft Subftitutc Fi>r Tea, by all thore Perfons wi.h whom Tea d es not perfectlj �g-re ; for it has neither the a Shrpnefs of Tea, nor the Heavl efs of Chocolate, but rs a Medium between both. Gentlemen accuftomed to riding, or ( a particularly ufeful and fer-' v'.ceable; as have all hofs L dies who find Tea Leaves fre*-quently leave a Defirc on th. Stomach for more and bcttef Nutriment; ' � � It will retain is Vir'ires in every Climate*   . Scldby the above Bo-.ir.lil! >n, Grocer tu his Majetty, N'*^ 10, Piciadilly, nejr the Hay-Market, at 24; per lb. wittf pa t d D'nettions for its Ufe. [aibl STREATHAM, Siirfey, September 1796. SINGLE LIFE ANNUITIES. THE GUARDIANS of the POOR of thii PARISH, appointed by an Act of Parliament paflcd iit the laft Sefl\on of the laft Parliament; intend to raife a Sum of Money for the Purpofes of the faid Act by the S.AL-E of SINGLE LIFE ANNUITIES, to be charged on the Poor-Rates" Of the faid Parifh, and payable in London Half-Yearly. SutH Perfons as arc willing to become Purchafers are reqtkftcd to lend Propofals, in Writing, for that Purpofe, fpecifying the Ag� of the Annuitant, the Sum propofed to be advanced, and the Amount of the Annuity expected for the fame, pn or before the 1 ith Day of Septsmber Inftantj directed �' For the Guardians of the Poor of Streatham, to the Care of Mr. Francis L'Eftrange, Windmill-row, Camberwell, Surrey (Solicitor to the laid Guardians), where further Particulars may W knovwij and'fuch Perfons whofe Propofals maybe approved of at the next Meeting of �he Guardians, to be held the 13th, Day of S eptember Inftant, \Vili be irontediately acquainted therewith. N. B. The feveral Propofals received id Confequence ef former Advertifements are all rejected. . To be SOLD by AUCTION, At the Kingrtori Arfniin Newarlt-upcn-Trent; in the doiinfy of Nottingham, on Friday the 04th Day of September, 17 jo, between the Hours of Three and Five o'Clock in die After* noon, fubject to Conditions then to be produced) ADefirable FREEHOLD ESTATE ; con-lifting of a MefTviage, and dTvbrs Clofesj Pieces, or Parcels of Li.id, belonging thereto, containing 147 Acres; or there bouts, lituate and being at Coddington, near Newark, in the County of Nottingham, now in the Occupation of Jeremiah Staniland (as an Yearly Tenant) who will flievr the PremiiTes. Further Particulars may be had by applying to the Rey. Mr* Rowlands, Bainburgb,�near Horncaftis, Lincolnfliire ;, Joh* Layeork Story, Efq; Nottingham; Mr. Rider, No. 123, Fetter-lane, Londo.i ; or Mr. Higgott, Attorney at Law, Ut.oxeterj Staiibrdftiire* ..fzi-7. ' � � '1     in      '   1     'Mi..'    -i REVERSION. Td be SOLD by AUCTION, Ey   Mr.   SMITH,   . At the Rairibow Coffee-Houfe, Cornrtillj on Thurfday the 23d of Sept; 1790, it Twelve o'Clock, in One Lot, THE abfolute REVERSION of a defirable COPYHOLD ESTATE* at the Demife of a Gentleman aged upwards of Ninety; compriiing the TALBOT* INN, with two convenient DWELLING-HOUSES adjoin* ing, aivantageoufly fituatc in the preferable part ofWHtTE-CHAPEL Hish Street, left on Leafe to Mr. ThoiHas Piainan at One Hundred and Ten Pounds per Annum. The Premifes are extenfivej wkh excellent Stabling and Coach-HoufeSj which have been much improved by the prefent reftectaMe Tenant. . Lai9a To be viewed Six Davs preceding the Sale, Vrhen Psrfic�� laa-s miy be had on the Premiies; at the. Rainbow Coli"^-Hiuie ; and of Mr�SiK[;th, Auctioneer, Grase;hwrch*iWtt   

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