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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 4, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (h & n a:. 6 n. ) Price Pour Pence. Monday, $%*t. 6. >r#* /*/ LO NP-P N. G A.Z EcTvTE.. , War-Office, Sejtrfr � ' *^CQ^SS.n^rTQ^7.--., IFTH Regiment of Foot, &pt;>-^m|^^q^d:) w��W:AAet from^beH If,. Y/*%Ft F   1*^;^ Pay �f the 33d regiment, i > ^.�i;nf:XiXy the 35th regir: :nt, to Se Enfign .^ice Harman Joaee. >' �'      " ~" Ditto* Chattel Wyndham Burdctt, Oerrtleman, to be Enfign, wtthoutpurthafc, vice Patrick Maxwell, deceafed.   * 91b Regiment of Fear, Alexander GigLrd NeAitt, G'imle-man, to be BiiBgn, by purcba/e, vice Nathaniel Ciuatip, , promoted in the 27th regiment; loth Regiment  of Foot* Lieutenant William Ponfonby Oifmote to be Adjutant, without purthafe, vice William % JfanuU. who refigns. J 3th Regiment of Foot, Anthony Chefter, Gentleman} to be Enfign, bf purchafe, vice Jofeph Sell oat, who retirea. 15th Regirncnt of Foot, Captain Phineaa Mackwortb Pued, from the Half-Pay of the late 90th regMMOt, to >e Captain of a Company, Vice T. B. Craocham, who -, exchange*. 33d Regiomtt of F*df( William Hopkini Houodle, Gentle-. man, to be Enfign, by purchefe, vice Francis Vyvyan, - promoted. ^5th Reyment of Foot, the Marquis of Hatrtly to he Enfign, without purthafe, vice garnet Carter* removed to the 6tb feeglment of Foot. 49th AtjfliaQcat �f Foot, Lieutenant Edward Cotry to be Captain of a Company, by purthafe, vice J unca Grant, pro- v mbied.      \>. Ditto, Jnfign Henry La1* to be Lieutenant, by purchafe, > . vice Edwrard Corry. Ditto, James Underdown -Milner, Gentleman, to be Enfign, by purchaJV, vice Henry Lane. 60th (or the Royal.American) Regiment ofjoot, CapttuJ- aVieutenant Alexander Graham, Jwm the 58th regiment, to be Captain of a Company, without purchafe, vice Robert Bowker Jebb, decea/ed. 67th Regiment of Foot, Francis -Crofbie, Getttleman, to be Enfi^a,   Hjf purchase,  vice Chicheiler Romford,   who rrtiicf. 75th (Highland1) Regiment of Foot, William feaitiie,. Gen* tlenwi,. to be Enfign, without purchafe, vice Alexander �Wallace, promoted in the 60th regiment. Invalids in north-Britain. Lieutenant Donald Macdonald, of Captiin John Grant'* Independent Company of Invalid), to be Lieutenant in John, Lord Elphin(lone**  Independent  Company,   vice 1   AJextnder M'Pherfon, deceafrd; Po -.-MajiriJ. W. Bi'l'ie bi be Lieutenant in Captain John Grant's Independent Company, vibe.Donald Mfcdoaald, removed to Lord Elphinflone's company. *�TURNS of COKN as* GRATrJ. Froa� AuguA 13 to Aoftuft i8, 17.90. Avera|e frsee ffil Quarter. C&jjjcatet to fietyajitid. Jarnet Palmer, �f the city of BaftA,' cornJaGor f tth or bricre Sept.r4j.- -| v R   1^0. NOTICE is hexebyigivett, of �is ESTATE, adyertifed I Qyar-tert. Price. 1.	t.	d.	1.	f.	d. M 16*9	10	9	1	1	 1,897	�*	7	.1 .	5	6 M43	0	4	T.	'4	9 674.4	�4	11	o	�9	9 7S0	3	10	I	10	7 *9	4	1	I	6	6 557	IX	6	X	" 1	i- 9145	i	6	_�	i t	10 t4n a6'*' xa is*) , Roherr Rouikdge, oT; Rwriil-court, Jfrary-lane'* W�li-. rnirfttr, ^!dtlefrx, Unen-draper; to furrtnder Sepj, M,,a$, xnd 0&. 16. at ten* at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. henrm'mg,Rafrnghzli-Ate William dm, �f die town of Soothartjpton, grocer; to ^render &egt. 30^ at three, and 0&, l, 16, at eleven, at the George Inn, in the town of Southampton. Attorney* JMr. Uidd'mg, at Southampton, �i Peter fixity of H ur.ilow, MrdoTeftx, in.- keeper ; to fur-, fender Sept.. 18^x0, and Oc*ts i6y at eleven, at Guildhall,. Xandon. Attorbeyi AxT. Wlfrtley, Mo. 3, Holbrjf.�-couitj  �       - Sarah Claytonj late of Liverpoul,  Lancalh're, deiler in eoala.'i Ocl. 5, at eleven, at the K.ing'�-arms, in Wa-.cr- ftieet, LiverpocK . Willram Tophxrri, now or late of Leeds, Yorklhire, merchant; Oct. 9, atfcur, at Mr. Cropland's Hotel, in Leeds, final Dividend. Willianr Jarvift late of Vewent* Gloucefterlhlre^ money-fcrivoK'i cd. 7� at twtlve, �tthe Whit�,lion, in Upton upan Sexeria], Worcertterftire*   Final Dividend.. James Puxhuiry, late of the city of. York, vi�lualier ; tier. 9, at eleven, at the B)jek*S*�n Inn, in Cene^-Ureet, in the city of Vorfy . Brsry WoBS, of Houndfditch, in the city of London; 'linen/draper j Nov. 3, at eleven, at Gtii dhall, London. ~|oho Rideoui, Th >mas Rideout, and Robert Duxbury the vounger, of Manclierter, Lancalhire, merthants, roariufac1 tarert, and copartner! j 0&. 5, at three, at the 5n1j'�-head Jnri, in Maneliefter. ^hfOBTMarpJiy, of eWtt?40d/ey-ftreet, Soothxrark, Surry, BirpeT$ Uc^> 9, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Jajnea Cata*?,-of Old"-ft|�etj, Middlefcx, Tinegar-mer- wJ-�2$* �'pah, atGuUahill, Lotidoru HeIrT^f.r1.f�c'o7 Stow Market, iuffijik, gr ..^intbU^VB^hprifoni) US. .6, 1 gtifonej- at GuiidhalT, Le**>i grocer, (iir-w at eleven, George Porter, of&i cjty of Brlttol, h3h�rd.flier of fmalJ a.^2 mercer i 0�.      h W at the Bufli Taveb, .ft ^^^^^^^^ So^mp-ton  ttTtohn Nowlan, of Burfedor., &ip bu.Wera and co-Oft. 8, � un, at the Star Inn, in Southampton Tina! fJivi Jend. Wjltiam Andrews, ef Southampton, money fcrivener; Oft. 9, at ten, at the Star Inn, in Southampton. 1 iual dividend. . Dividends adjourned. John WUeock, of Thojnhill, Yorklhire, grocer ; Ocr. 13, at el�vitn, at the Old Ring's.arms, in Leeds.   Final Div. 'Elizabeth Ann Phillibrown dnd William Rkh�rd�> of X]ueen ftreet, Cheap fide, L�ndd-> coopers and copartners \ ov. 6, at nine, ac CuiUbjall, London.  Final Dividend. P -N ~E W S. Deah Sept. 3. Wind W. Mows hard. Pat back, feveral outward-boand, and remain with the ftripj as per laft, and John Eaft-Ind^ packet; Lord DonneeaJ, M'Roherts, for Belfattj and Ann, Coward, far Charante. peal, Sept. 4. Arrived, and failed for the Ri-ypjj the Puehefs of Cumberland, Brown, from Jppqrtoj and New Betfcy, Wood, from "Guernfey. �Cade dto^o^^nd foiled with the outward-bound as before, the Sultan, JoIKffe, for Leghorn ;- Chambers, for Bel&ftj Nancy, Th'otnpfoh, and Peggy� Lemon, for Plymouth. This afternoon Admiral Lord Hood hoilted his flag.pn board the Royal Sovereign, and Admiral Elliot!t}t) board, the Bdlifophon, which remain with the Pon&Jifo Admiftd King, Alfred, Robufte, Captain, Swift-fure, Scipio, and Afliilance; the Caftor, Triton, and Cyclops frigates. Graniefend, Sept. 3. Palled by the Polly and Charlotte, Lee, from Barbadoes; Ann and Mary, Wheeler, from Virginia; Trent, Maw, from Peterrourgh ; Friendmip, Smith, from Baltimore ; ^Elizabeth, Hatts, and Sophia and Dorothy, Wi-;burgh, front Norway. LONDON. Yeflerday th'eir Majeflies and five of the Prin-cefles attended divine fervice in the - private Chapel at Windor Caftle, -where they heard a fermoii by the Sub-Dean. The Royal Family returned to dinner at the Queen's Lodge at three o'clock, and in the afternoon vifited the Caftle, but did not walk on the Terrace. The public days at St. James's Palace this week art, a Levee on Wednefday, a Drawing-room on Thurfday, and a LevCe on Friday next. The Lord Chancellor does not go to Scarboi rough this feafon, on account of the State bufuicls in the Cabinet requiring his Lordfliip's refidence nearer town. Laft Tuefday the Right Hon. Lord HnwkefbUry ^as appointed Collector of the Cuftoms inwards, a place df.Ji8.ool. a year. � v - William Suckling was appointee! his Chief Deputy at the Bench Cuilom-houfe. The reft of the officers are : The Duke of Newcaftle, Comptroller. Duke of Manchefter, Collector outwards. Lord Pelham, Surveyor General. Lord Stawell, Surveyor ; who have each their Chief Deputies at the Bench. Some difpatches were received on Saturday From the 'Sari of Effingham, Governor-General of the Ifland of Jamaica, and are faid to contain Ibme important matters. The Lords of-the Treafury have appointed Francis Welch, Efq. Comptroller of the Cuftoms at Cape Breton, in the room of-Brown, Efq. deceafed. John Johriftbn, Efq. is appointed Accountant-General for the Hat Duties, in the room of Rich. Bowen, Efq. refigned. On Saturday arrived at the General Poll Office one Jamaica mail, brought to Falmouth in the Speedy packet boat; Mr. Coalfworth mafter, after a paffageof43 days. Py the Speedy we learn, that it was univerfally believed at Jamaica, that a war with Spain was inevitable, if not already commenced; and that Admiral Affleck had, in cdnfequence, ordered eight additional fix prjiinders and a proportionable quantity of ordnance ftores on board the .packet previous to her leaving the ifland, to enable her to make a defence in cafe of being attacked. The Speedy failed frbhi Port Royal"ori the 20th of July* bnder convoy of his Majefty's fliip Centurion, Capt. Otway, who was alfo bound for England, awd with whom lhe parted on the 28th of July, iri lat. 21, 36. On the 25th of July'(he fpokc the William from Liverpool, bound to New Yorlci but 24 days, in lat. 480 5', long; iS� 42'; and on the 31ft of Aug: A. M. paflW a ftip of the lihe and a floOp of war Handing to the Weitward, "then in lat. 490 37', long. 8� 43'. Paflehgers home in the Speedy, Mr. Alexandei" Linds and fervant, Mr. J. Martin and fervafitj Mr. John Weft, arid Mj\ Abraham Lefe'm. , His Majefty's (hip Calypfo failed for England from Port Royal 6b the iid of June. The Belgic Congress has not yet given up all horjes: They have come to a refblution, the re fiilt of enthafiafrri, in Which religion has, as ufual, been made the inftrurhent of excitation, that they ftiall defend the Belgic provinces to-the laft, and they have proppfed a plan for raifing volunteers in every diftict, and to attack the1 Auftrians in Lirnbeurg. Poor Caglioftro continues ill at ftome.   A pill it is faid, has beeri admlniftered to. him by the Polignacs, which all hii knowledge of phyfic Cannot expel;  �   -b The wheat harveft is generally over in Effex, burrey, Herts, Bucks, Berks, Bedford^arid Cam' bridge, and turns out welL In fuch a iud/i^n and rapid tranfition from a ftate of flav�ry to that of a free people (as has teen elx^ienced in France), that feme circufltr ftances ihuuld have occurred which we do not apprdve \, that thlre (hobfil have been fome ex-ceflei Jfo deplore; fome regulations to r,evife ; fohid, miftakei which more mature confederation aud further experience may, and probably will, correct-is not at all furprifing. The wonder is that, in a Revolution of fuch immenfe exteint ami magnitude, there mould be fo little to blame, and fo much to praife. The defects are few and in-fignificant. Like" the fpots on the fun, they are loft in -the general fplert'dour and brightnefs of the whole. '' The merits are numerous and important. In rdany of their proceedings, and more efpeci-ally on the fubjerft bf religious liberty, the French National AfiemWy haVfe fet an example of wif-dom and liberality to the Britifti Parliament. Our countrymen, we hope, will notfuffer themfelves to be outdone in the generous ftrife to extend the freedom and promote the happinefs of mankind --the only ftrife and competition worthy of two great and enlightened nations. The manner in which the King of the French has^ exprefted his wilhes to retain the caftle of Pau', is- not only a fine compliment to the memory of a gbod monarch, but a fair, and we fin--Cerely hope, an eflicacious, bait for popularity. He protefts that it if 'mpollible for him not to add to the fervent wUh^s bf the inhabitants of Beam, his own, that the pl?.c� where Henry the Fourth was born mr.y remain fbf ever in the poi'i'eilipn of his defcer-dants! The Ecclair, Marion, of Marreilles, was loft at the Cape of Good Hope the i 1 th of April. The Count Conway, Tempy, was loft at Ihje Cape of Good Hope the 20th of April; crew, and part of the cargo laved. " Yefterday rilnruing about two o'clock, a dreadful fire broke cut at a wood wharf in^Greenwich ; it burnt with unabating fury far five heur.s before any Water could be procured, however, at (even O*clock, plenty of water being got, the different firemen afed their utmoll exertions, and it was happily got under by nine o'clock. Seven houfeS are confumed, and two more were pulled down in brder to ftop the progref* of the flames, which had the defired effeft. Two horfes and a fteep Were burnt. MARRIED } On Saturday laft, at St. James's church, John Lowther, E(vj. to Lady Elizabeth Fane, lifter to the j a 1 of Weftmorland. DIED.] On Friday the 3d inftant, at her houfe at Aflon, iVIrs. Mary Roome, a widow lady, aged jz, who had kept her bed for the laft 32 years.-In Jamaica, Mr. Jame� Campbell, Mr. William Blair, Capt. Redman (of the fliip Wildmart), Mr. - William Anglin Moiris, and Mr. Dennis Kelly.^-Monday, at his feat at Scot-tow, in Ncfjlk, Sir Thomas Durrant, Bart.- Tuefday, Mr. Vefl'ef, of the Old Bailey. Though he lived a Chriitian, . he died a Jewj and was buried On Thurfday at their burying-ground, Mile-endrSaroe dayi Mrs. HerIbrrT, wife of Mr. George Hulbeft, plumber, dffiath. EAST-INDIA   HOUSE, 3d September, 1790. THE Court of Dir'efturs of the Uaked Com-pi-.ry of Morchtnts of Xigland trading to the Eatl-Indies do hereby jive Notice,      � .. T!u> t General Go'irt or the faid Cfjmpany will beheld at tlieir ticiuf - in Leadenhall-ftreet, on Wed:i;fday thi 13th of April, 1791, far the EleiYion of Six DiteQjis of the faid Conipiny for Four Years. [2220 a Tkatitkie^ALB _ to'ber feW a Newark^ in the County of Notringharn^ thex4lk Inftant, Is coftponei t� a future Day, of.W&h ^otk* WiH he given; . [i2xs . w a la TED, AS an APPRENTICE for, the ,Tem of Seven Years, in the Wholefafe BOOKS&UNGrBl^ siness, a yourtg rj|an of dscent and refpe^able. Parents, wh� can write a good Hand, and.underitanda well common Accounts} he muft be-able b |p-11 and write curradfy. . Letters, addrefi'ed to Y. R. B. at the Chapter Coffee-Houfe with a full Statement of Particular^ -.will be immediately.at* tended to.. '      . [***f SOMETHING to ADVANTAGE"'. .  \ THIS is to give NOTICE, That if the WIFE of THOMAS double (whofe maiden Naaie wa� MARY grim WADE, and moil probably is at this Time known by that Name) is living, and will apply to John Grim- . wade, of Norton, near Bury St. Edmund's, in the County of Suffolk, ihe will be acquainted with the Particulars of vctul-(Jk is entitled Jo. The^a^A^R^teifctTea^rom the faid Miry Double, was from Kingfton in Jamaiea, the Letter dated the Firft of December, �782. v And if any Prrfon 0* Perfons will give Information of tb� Death of th  bearing Date the 13th Day of Auguft, 1790, afligned over and conveyed alt his Etlate and EftecTs unto MelU John James, of Riekergate, near the faid City of Carlifir, Innkeeper; Samuel Coleman, of the faid City, Brazier j and George Robin-fon, of the faid City, Mercer and Draper; in Truft For the Payment of the Debts of fuch of the Creditors of the faid John Ivifbrtj as fltitl agree to etims in uador and execute the laid Deedot Affignrrient, on or b fore the Firft Day of October next enfuing, and for the o:her Pnrpofes therein mentioned : NOTICE is therefore hereby given, To all and every the Creditors of the faid John Ivifon, that fuch Indenture of Afiignmenr, is lodged at th; Olfise of Mr; George Hewit, Attorney at Law, in Carlilltr, for the Execution of the faid Creditors, who are required forthwith to fend an Account of tHeir r^fpcrTcive Demands either to die faid Truftces or the faid Mr. Hewit. All Peribns who rtand mdebted to the did John Ivilbn are rcqueftEd immediately td pay thcif refpec^ive Debts to the f iid Truftees, or ths faid Mr. Hewit. N. B. The valuable STOCK in TRADE of the faid JOHN IVISON wiil Ue difpaifdof, to arf>-p--tfonwho wilhes to carry on the Kuflhefs, on re afonabie Terras, arid if not difpil'ed of in that Way, or ��ong;t the Twic, th? turn will be lblJ Oft" at prinic Coii. i?-z~1 the Numbers of the 20,0^0!. the 10,0001. 5,000! 2,000!. 1,cool. Sit. fhu-had GRATIS ; and all O: 01 Pofti duly ex.*cu:ed. To  be 1 E t T, .        For the Terra of Seven or Nine Years, (The-L-�nd to be entered on the 13th cf February^ 1791, V\i. ttv^ Houfej BxiiUings, and FuniitiH-ej on the i2thofMiy fallowing) AReady - Furniihed Capital MANSlON-HOySEMcalled STANDEN, in the County of Lan-tiAifi late theRefiden,ce,of Mr. Serjeant Afpinallj^deoiafed j together with the CoaCb-iHCufc. Barns, Slibles, aad .othtr convenient Offices vand Ovt-Bsiiloings thereto belonging a-large Garden and Orchard, .well pjantc_iw^h J"ruit-Trees \ and upwards of ScVenty Acres of JuAUf Meadow', arid . Patture Grojuid thereto artjaiobg.    � , E.or Particular; ipply to Mr. Richard ion of Clith'ert Caftle, Lancafhirc. ...    .  r   ,      TZI94 n. B. Sttnden � fitnate within ^Mill; of the Borough of Clithero ; and the Lcllec may be accorttniodated either with liiorc or \eti than the Quantity    Land abote-mergionyed. A* devonshire, elegant house to be lett for Cevetlt fourteeri, or twenty-one Years, completely furnHkedj confliting of a tireakfaft-l-arlour, Eating-Room� 24 Feet by 22 5 Drawiog-Room dl^a J-Library, Houfektfaper's^Roomj Six Bed-vaom3, Garrets, ,undcr-ground Cellars^ CoaiK-Houfes, StalUStablrng for 16 Horfrs} excellent Kitchen-Garden, plealiire^Ground, encompafTed by, high Walls, well cloathed w:th Frtiit-Trees ; Hot-Hoiife, ftocked with Pinea and Cranes ; Greeri-h wfe, &c in the whole Two Acres } fitu-ated an the Town of Ainbutton j Tn'o- of the Fronts opening into the Pleaftrre'-Ground'j and commanding. a pleaiing rural Profpflft. The Town is fituate midway between Plymouth and Exetzri h ring an excellent and cheap Marker rbx Fifli and other Provifions; and pofleffing Ridesj which^ for their romantic and pifturefque Beaut)', can rarely be exceeded. The Tenant may be accommodated with Pafture Land; from Seven to Sixteen Acres. Immediate PolTeili.Kj may be had ; and further Particulars, by Application to -the Rev. J. S>\etei Oxtou->Hoiife, near Exeter. [2186 For the LEPROSY, SCURVY, and all CUTANEOUS lad ERUPTIVE DISORDERS, The genuine ESSENCE of WATER DOCK> Invented by the late SIR JOHN HILL; M. D. And now faithfully, prepared from his MS. Recipes by his Relict and Executrix, the Hnn.- LADY HILL, at her Houfe in Carzory-Street, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK is pre-pared from a Plant, indigenous to this Country, called the great Water Dock, being a very pure and perfect Solution of iti inner Rind,-and is ao abfo^ute fpecific Cure for the Scurvy, in every Stage, Condition, and Degree of that Difeal'e, and.this with the moU perfect Innocence, for it cari,-not repel ; nor has it any of the dangerous EfFefts of Minerai Preparations, Mercary being link iown in the Compofition. Whether the Scurvy he of the eruptive Kind, or latent in tho Habit, this Effcnce is always ctriilivient in its Dpsrathn and Efteds.: Its firft Effort is by infenfible Perforation, thrieby opening the obrtruited Pores, and giving Pallage to th.; offending Humour j .m
                            

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