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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 2, 1790, London, Middlesex UR D A Y, Sept."4, .-i 790; Y the lafl SS^S^^ inland, BSvRrf Bjj^-inft. we ^ ifitTi a FRIDAY, Sett, 3. Foreign intelligence. HA^BificH, Aug. ao. Y the laft accounts from dated the 3d learn, that the King is in good health, and has quitted the fleet for a few days to vifit the land army, where his pfefence is requifite. The operations of the war feera to have ceafed entirely, and to have given room for peaceable projects ; ^ at leaft we hike reafon to conclude fo, according to the letters from Stockholm of the aoth of Auguft, where a truce with the Rufiians is pu^lickly talked of. Baron d'Armfeldt, who ft >mmands bne of the molt advanced corps of the lind troops, has had many conference* on the frontiers with General Baron d'Tngelfltotti, nominated for that purpofe on the part or* the Em-pref$ of RulHa. M. d'Armfeldt was oh his way to Stockholm, in order to get cured of his wounds, When he received orders from the King to attend him at Peiflbla. .Seyea days before the ratal action of the 3d of July> and after the Council of War, which was hek! by tfifeRing on the 23d of*June, relative to the baa jwfitron of himfelf and the Prince his brother,, with their fleets, the,Duke of SSJermania Tent Colonel Smith and Count de Morner with a Sag of truce to Admiral Tfchitfchagoff; but he refu/in^ to receive them, they had a conference with his fon on board a brigantine between the two fleets. The conference could, we are well afiured', h&vft�o.*rther objeft than to prevent the onneceflkry effufion of blood which was likely to enfu'ei by a friendly negotiation, which would ferine as an overture to a peace between the two powers: At leaft the letters from Wa-rfaw, of the j-th inft. concur in fuppofmg his Majefty to be Inclined idwarda a peace, and with that deiign, tbky fay, he liberated a Secretary of the Cabinet, and fome others belonging to the Ruffian Chancery, who were takea 011 the defeat of their fleet. The Court of Ruflia, on its parti hot to be backward in exterior marks of ptolitenefs, fet at liberty the Swedifh Rear-Admiral d� Leyonankar, taken jprifoner in the. Gulph of Wybourgh on the 3d of ,}
nt eigh ntght, the Mdampos^s bar^e, with t live and other ifca-ftoek, was fwamped in going Sprthead^ about a mile froai ti^e (hip* . There Were ii the barge, Captain role, Mr. Williams, midthlpman, and fifteen feamen. The jCapfiiin *nd eleven of the feamen ftatd by the boat, Which came tip keel upwards; till they relieved by one of the Mclanipus's boatsi inftantly put off tb their affiftaiite. Mr. Williams, and the other four feamen, Were picked up, after fwimming near a mile, by a floop belonging to Southamptohi Captain Pole and his people, who ftaid with the boat, were about twenty minUtes beforb aflift-ance reached them, during which time they were frequently wafhed from the keel of the barge ; bar; that the Cajftain kckily got hold ofj cordingly the waiters were employed to conducl the gentleman out of the place. Tuefday evening, fays a morning paper, the Lord-Mayor* with fome of his attendants, went to hinder the Bank guard from walking in their ufual manner, two a-breaft, to the very great inconvenience of Other paflengers. His Lordihip met them at Ludgate-hi'.l ; but, on making his was fhoved off the feot-way by officer, without any farther and an , faved to the ierviee braved active officer-and, ,ble citizen remohftrance, the commanding ceremony SURGERY and ANATOMY ?c.^0nlaX; �dob�er the 4th, at Seven LFPTUPrc mth\E*��g. Mr. HUNTER's COURSE of SURGSRV^uHu ^ THEORY, and PRINCIPLES of La^! HOME1'' b� thiS Wbter ^ ^ B^�-�-^Ij^I'mI^^'1" bc �Paned ths ROOMS for PRAC- CH1RURGICAL LECTURES: MR. PEARSON, Surgeon to the I'ock Hofoital, and to the Public Difpepfaty, will begin his AUTUMNAL COURSE of LECTURES on the ANIMAL OECbNOMY, and the 1 RINCtPLES-and PRACTICE of SURGERY, on Monday Oclober the 4th, at Seven o'Clock in the Evening.; Tow.\rd the Conclufion of the Courfe will be delivered an extenfive Account of the Hiftory and Treatment of SCROFULA and the VENEREAL DISEASE. Golden-Square, Sept. 1790. Mr. Peartbn's Principles of Surgery may be had 6f J-Johnfon, No, ,2S> St. Paul's- Church-yard 5 and of J. Mathews; No. T8/-Strand. _(3,20% STREATHAM, Surrey, September 1790. SINGLE LliPE ANNUITIES. THE GUARDIANS of the POOR of this PARISH, appointed by an A& of Parliament pafled in ~ � . n 1....,:----. intend to raife a Sum of to the world, i ^eiie^obSi vaiuabie citizen. Cfptain Pole;s lea-ftock, to the amount of bne hundred pounds, was entirely loft. The accident was occalioned by carrying too great a prefs of fail; being gunwale-tb) flie Ihippea a fea, and overfet in a moment. � ' 1 P - N R W S. Deaf, Sepr, 1. Arrived; and failed for the River, the Arkj Waltham, from Madeira, and Bil- & h ver, tnc nik, ----- , O^rriain boa Packet, Palmer, from Bourdeafe. R�"*�n fa the Downs the (hips as bkfore, Crawford; for Oporto- Nonoatttl, Baker, Mrs. Cowley, it is faid, is pafling the autumn in a neighbouring county ;-and that one of the Theatres will know, in the courfe of the winter, lahat jhc has been doing there. Wherever flie is, fhe carries with her talents that are rare, and virtues that are endearing. On Tuefday the 24th of Auguft, at Warrington, a boy, fix years old, was thrown down by a young horfe, drawing a milk cart, and the wheel going over his back, killed him inftantly. The Coroner, ^ith a very refpeclable Jury, the day following, took an inquifition on this melancholy occafion, and a vcrdid of manflaughter was found againft the man who had the care of the cart, and he is committed to his Majefty's gaol at Lancaf-ter, to take his trial the next Lent Affixes; he, the driver, being fitting on the back part of his cart, and not having reins to guide his horfe at the time the accident happened. We fincerely hope this example may ferve as a ufeful leflbn to carters, and others, drivers of different car- horfes for all - - . riaees, on public roads. On Wednefday afternoon, juft as the a .'L. ,n the raCe^round at Enfield, the were ftartmg on+ tne race gruu11",.,. ^ j _ Ua noted Geofge the laft Seffipn of the laft Parliament, ____ Money for the Purpofes of the faid A& by the SALE of SINGLE LIFE ANNUITIES, to be charged on the Poor-Rates of the faid Parifh, and payable in London Ha!f-Yearly. Such Perfsns as are wilting to become Purchafers are requefted to fend I Propofals, in Writing, for that Purpofe, fpecifying the Age : of the Annuitant, the Sum propofed to be advanced, and the Amount of the Annuity expected for the fame, on or before the ilth Day of September Inftant, directed " For the Guardians of the Poor of Streatham, to the Care of Mr. Francis L'Eftrangc, Windmill-row, Camberwellj Surrey (Solicitor to the laid Guardians), wh?re further Particulars may be known 5 and fuch Perfons whofe Propofals may be approved of at the next Meeting of the Guardians, to be held trie 13th Day Qf September Inftant, will be immediately acquainted therewith. N. B. The feveral Propofals received in Confequence of forrher AdVertifements are �11 reje&ed. [ zz 15 I I _ LI The Genuine TINCTURE of HEATH VALERIAN, for Nervotis Diforders, and Hyfteric Complaints, invent-d by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. Is fiithfulty prepared from his MS. Recipes by his Relift and Executrix, the Hon. LADY HILL, at her Houfe in Curaon-ftreet, Berkeley-Square, London: *HIS TINCTURE of VALERIAN is pre- ^ parad folely from the Root of ths true Heath Valerian, far fuperior (bat much mare rare) than what is fnind by Rivers and in Woodsj and generally fold. It pofiefTes wonderful Efficacy in all Nervous Diforders, Fits, Head-Achs, Weak- To DISTILLERS and RECTIFIERS. To be SOLD by AUCTIOxN, By Mr. SMITH, By Order of the Proprietors, at the Rainbew, CofFee-Houfe, Cornhill, on Thurfday tne z^i of Sept. 17,0, at Twelve o'Clock*, TWELVE THOUSAND Gallons of excellent SCOTCH GENEVA, of fuperior Quality and Flavour, not inferior to Hollands,- lotted to accornmod-ita th? Trade. Samples nJay be.tafted Six Days previous to th'e Sa'.e j and Catalogues had of Mr. Smith, Broker, No. 53, Grace-churcbT ftreet J and at the Rainbow Coftee-Houfe, Cornhill; [2206 LONDON HOSPITAL, 3d Sept. 1790. THE OFFICE of APOTHECARY to this HOSPITAL being vacant by Resignation, an extraordinary general Court for the Election of a proper Candidate is appointed to be held on Wednefday the 37th of Oftaber i The Ballot � 'begin at Ten o'CtocIt, and finally clofe at Two. Gentlemen wko intend to be Candidates mull be 35 Years of Age,, and approved by the Medical Committee, who Will mrtt at the Hofpital on Tuefday the iath of October, at Elevin o'Clopk, for that Purpofe. , For Particulars inquire of the Secretary, or Steward, of the Hojpital any Monjing. An Afiftant wUl be allowed". 1109]_WILLIAM BUCK.HAM, Secretary.. -" To be LETT, ^ For the Term of Seven or Nine Y?ars^ (IJhe Lands to be entered on the 13th of Febru iry, 1791^ and the Houfe, Buildings, and Furnkure, on thj i2tnofMay following) AKeady-Fiirnilhed Capital MANSION-HOUSE, called STANDEN, in the Coufity of Lan-calter, late the Refiilence of Mr. Seijeant Afpiiull, deceafed i together with the Coach-Houfe, Barns, Stables, and other convenient Offices and Out-Buildings thereto belonging ; a large Garden and Orchard, well p'anteJ with Fniit-Treas } and upwards of Seventy Aces of Arable, Meadow, and Palture Ground thereto adjoining. For Particulars apply to Mr. Richardfon of Clith?ro Caftie, Lancafhire. t1T94 N. B. Standen is fituate w/^hin a Mile of the Borough cf Clithero ; and the LefTee may be accommodated either with more or lefs rhan the Quantity of Land above-mentioned. BRITISH LIBRARY, STRAND. NEW BOOKS and PAMPHLETS are aiding daily. TH E great Increafe of Subfcribers to this L;brary, in Confequence of the numerous \ji luuble Productions therein contained, determines Mr. BELL to continue enriching it with every popular Botfk, ig- extenfive Patronage it at prelent meets with Perfons who are defirous of becoming Subfcribers, are informed, that for reading the prefcnt valuable><^}e��n.L|n* the Addmans roade,
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