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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 7, 1790, London, Middlesex                                {�. c K # c' N. ) Price Four Fence. From TUB S D At, Sept. 7, to *H tj R.V .6: A Y, SfePT WEDAY, Sept. 8. :fr*�  ON GAZETTE. FiTaasYtrRGB, AuGtrsT 17. ESTERDAY a mefTengef arrived here with' intelligence, that on the 14th inftant Preliminaries of Peace were figned at Werela, on the river Kymene, and a fufpen-fion of arms agreed on by General Igleftrom, on the part of the Emprefs, , Armfeldt on the part of the King ^j$gtttkb.v Tbe only condition that has as yet "~''^W�4 ike flatus quo is to form the of the negotiation.  The ratifications were 'to lie exeJttftged in fix days. C&a^P�t& ifc Lancafhire Mi&ia, Jtgmd by his \ Lirotaflatrt Ridgtway, from the Half-Pay of the late 7id regiment, appointedjAdjutant, vice     * 1 � ' CuJliford, who , rrfigoa.   Dated July 15. Eommijpons in the Lancafnire MilitiaV^**/ by the . .j. .     s hardLieutenant* Id*krf Rfft�m� Efij. appointed Cap ain of a Company, vice : ,-~-r~ Machel, whotefigua.   Dated July 16. Lieutenant and Adjutant id ward Ridge way appointed Captaia ice 1 � �'  � Culltford, who refigns.  Diced Lieutenant, vie l! 4* X RV P T. ** Arrived th% llotrnd^floop from PortfiriouUj, ,>tit Jre days; one of the officers proceeded im-|^�d|�tely^^by land for Copeahagefr.'*" Airfkentic Copy of a LETTER from die EMPRESS of RUSSIA to COUNT BROWNE, Governor of Lief and EJUaifd, aad the Port of Riga. To tur Governort feTf, On the 3d (14th) Aogiift was figned between bs and the King df Sweden, an agreement for elUbliflung an everlafting "peace, and fixing our frontiers as they were before the,war. broke out; Gen. Baton Igleftrom figned h on our pstrf., and Saron d'Armfefdt, Pirft Gentleman orii.e Bedchamber to the King of Sweden, on the part of his Majefty. The Ratification is to take place in fix days from its date.-We give our thanks to Almighty: God for the ceffiuion of fliedding of blood, and reiteration of peace in fchefe quarters, aad we haften to inform you thereof, Confcious that this news will be agreeable both to you and all our fubjeAs. We remain very aflStftionately, Zarjkozelo, CATHARINE. Auguft 16, 1790. , The arrival of the Company's fhip Earl of Chefterfield, Capt. Henry Burges, off the Ifleof Wight, was announced at the �art-India Hosie late on Monday night. She failed from Bengal the 27th of April laft ; from St. Helena, 21ft of July. The Houghton failed from Bengal in company with the Earl of ChefterfieldV and was laden with" troops and warlike ftores for Mafolipatam, and after difcharging her cargo there flie was to return to Bengal for a Europe cargo, from whence fhe was expected to be difpatched in the moath of Auguft. The London, which was expected from Bombay this feafon, is detained, to be employed in tranf-porting troops and"1tores to the different parts of India in confequence of the hoiliiities with Tippoo Ssib. / The paffengtrs in the Earl of Chefterfield are, Colonel Charles Mojrgan, Mr Thomas Redhead, Mifs Owen. The love of liberty in France, refpeflable as it always mult be in itfdf, occafioually afTumesa. ludicrous appearance. A writer in one, of the Paris Journals earneilly recommends the abolition of Cariatydes in architecture, becaufe. thpy are emblems of flavery. The Diredlors^of the Bank publiQjed an order yefterday, in confequence of the forgeries of Fonton, that all Transfers fhah* be witneffed by two C]erks inrlead of one, as formerly,, and that �       t____r__A� c---�-5- ~~ ^-   " '--7 --v cepted before it is fuffered to be re-transferred. One of the be ft fcholars in this country is the Hon. Frederick North. We are informed that this gentleman has written a commentary on a cer* tain portion of the works of Arijiotle, in a ftile of the pureft Latinity. Milton's daughters were fomewhat like tfcofe of Lord Guildford, they read Greek and Latin- to him in his blindnefs. So do his Lordfhip's, with this differfne** tnat Milton's daughters under-ftuod not what they read, but Lord Guildford's do, for they are very good claifical fcholars. St. Paul's Cathedral will be opened for divine fervice on Sunday next, the 12th inftant. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Capt. Lieut. Daniel Douglas, from half pay, to fae-ceed Capt. Lieut, Moriarty, of Marines,'lately deceafed. Guthrie describes St. Georgia FieHs as " one of the few fpots about London which " not yet fallen a facrince to the 3t)praved tafte '* of modern builders"-as Gregoty Gnbbin* fays, �� What a wonderfulalteration'.** ; A. gentleman in the north of Ireland, abo4Jt i week fince, fhewed himfelf a man of. uweommon refolution. He married in the monunfj, and fought a duel after dinner ! There is a man now felling Yorkfliire cakes about town, who was aftually hanged'in Americat for horfe-fteaJing, about 17 years ago. Pontiua Pilate's night-cap was fold lately by a Jew to a Chritfian antiquarian, near Piccadilly, for feventy guineas! Six additional Landwalters in the port of London have been lately appointed by the Lords of fiie Treafury, at a falary of 200L a-year each. The Seotf/uan has compleatly out-manoeuvred the Irijbntan.-Mr. Taylor has bought the centre houfe behind the Pantheon; fa that the plan of Mr. O'Reilly is defeated.-The Pantheon feems deftined to Sul/s.-h was firft built** a place of rblic entertainment without & /upper� m�tand if how to be turned mto an�^era-Hoqfe wnh^ out.ajiage. Yefterday ;the . Maftef and Wardens of the Company* of Bakers wahed on the Lord-Mayor at'Ae juliioe Room, G�iMhan,u� fix the*fl!ze of bread ; and tliere being a fufficient decreaft in the price of corn at the market on Mondayjaft to jufKfy his Lordfhip in making'an alteratjon, he accordingly ordered the. price to be lowered half an affize, or to yd. halfpeniiy the q.ua�e|* loaf, to take place to-mortow. , *On Thttrfaay'laft, as Mr. tlo^dr Treafitrerjof the Bath Theatre, w� walking th� ftre*ts of Briftol in apparently goc^heahh^nd tyifaw*** inftantly taken     and eairpiredf wi^ an Kgittr'-ojr afterward*. , Shu Strings, as an article of drefs have had ftnne remarkable revolutions. They were not tobg fince evident marks of r^?/V/V>-they ate now the pink of fafhion. They are at this pre-feat time r* Hotb�d confidered as marks of difre-fpeS to the Prince, and ui France they are the refukof fovirty,1is the buckles have been melted dow� for die Slate. v BoTTOMfM^Two qpa fighting * 4%w days fince ^(W^tHe Dejitfovd Road, one of them that had the k wofft of theconfiid was at length knocked into a deep ditcfc that divides the road from a field; he ivw Uk*eAo^iminediafeIy, apparently lifelefs^ but was tvith Ibme difficulty breognt to himfelf, when* to the furprife -of tbe deflators, he renewed the combat aad heat ht Yefterday tfcenephewof a noble Duke's fteward Cat bji threat li the neighbourhood of Soho. No caufeean be affigodi for this aftion, as he feemed piSnecQy Hmfible and composed a few minutes before he committed: it, and only complained of beitaj, very cold.      - /Yefterday morning a man was mirfdered in Coetpit-alley, Drury-lane. On Sunday morning, during fervice, feme thieves entered the houle ot Flight, china-man, Covenrry-ftreet, by means of a falfe key, the family being abfent, and the maid who wai left.in care of the houfe gone to church; and Jaav'mg broke open Mr. Flight's bureau, whe re, they found the key of his iron cheft, they opened it, and took thereout a confiderable fum-of money, and other valuables, with which they made off. Yefterday fe'nni^ht ended the afiizes for Chef-ter, when John Dean .was found guilty of the wilful murder of his wife, attended with every horrid and ferocious cirCumlance that could dif-grace hCrman nature; and for which he was executed oft Tburfday.  MAftRlLD.]    iaft week, at Tempsfbrd, Bedfordfhire, the Rev.  Mr. Palmer,  to Mifs "ElizalS&h Payne, daughter of Sir Gillies -P-ayne, Barone't'i of that place. Dl'EDA Ofl Friday morning laft, at Himley, the fcafrof LordVifcountDuo^ey and Ward, Mr. Norrbi; of Oxford, Baehejor of Mufic, whofe proftfional abilities have been long.known and adr mirrd/ For fome time pafl his health had been declining; and Lord Dudley,-who hss from early years had a friendfiub for lum, kindly Jnvited him to Himley, in hopes that it might have contributed to his recovery.-Yefterday, Mrs. Foxall, wife of Capt. Thomas Foxall^ of the General God-dard Eaft-Indiaman. THEATRE in BARTLET-COURT, Oppolite to rhe Rnd of HATTON 4 STR^T*   V DR% MARSHAL wai begin the -WINTER COURSE of hi* - ANATOMICAL LECTURES on Saturday, the ad of O&ober, at Twox>*Clock. .      '-"i PRACTICAL ANATOMY, as ufual, at Wo. a8,5Th*. ivies-Inn; where PropoCJs inay b* had of the Lcd&tei aad DiflfediOns. ';�',� MONMOUTHSHfRE. ; ASmall compact FARM, in high Cultivation, on which ate a Houfs ai\d Offices, fit for the Rcfidenee of a,genteel Family; very plea&ntly fituate, and in a god3 Neighbourhood, is to be lect, and may be entered on at Pleafure. [2244^  Letters, Poft-paid, addreffed to Mr. William Jones,- Panty Gaitre, Moamouthiiirr, will be immediately anfwerej. Dr. OSBORN's and Dr. CLARKE** LEC-. TURES on MIDWIFERY; .        . DR. OSBORN and Dr. CLARKE wil^be^ gin their WINTER COURSES of LECTURES on MIPWIFERY, and the DISEASES of WOMEN and CHILDREN, ia D4bober next. The MORNING" COURSE w Tae�fjy c�ob  . Particulars may be known, and Propo(kls badt of Dfr O&orn, iu Hanover-fijuare; or of Dr.. Clarte",' Queen-rfreet, Golden-%�are. " '  v      [2233- W" tsTtrgF^J&'rfsxr OFFICE, in & Me_TlCKET. No. 2A.206, ENTITLED TO ' THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS, The largeil PRIZE ever fhaied, was ibid la ONE HALF, ONE FOURTH, ONE EIGHTH, and TWO SIXTEENTHS, Whish PRIZE was paid on Demand By BRANSCOMls and GOODMAN (LICENSED LOTTERY - OFFICE - KEEPERS) AT No. it, HOLBORN, and No. 4, CORNKILL. Wh^re lik.e\yife the LUCKY  NUMBERS In the prefent STATE LOTTERIES are now felling in SHARES, on the moil anuitabte Terms, vi*. -IRISH SHARES. ENGLISH SHARES. *' 1 /.      i. I. s. d. HALF - - - 3 \% o HALF --'-840 FOURTH - - a o o FOURTH -.430 EIGHTH - - 1 o 6 EIGHTH - - a a o SIXTEENTH   -  a 10  $  SIXTEENTH   -116 N. B. SCHEMES of Voth LOTTERIES, containing the Numbers of die aevxwl. the io,ocol. 5,oool. 3,oool. *,ooo L ijoool. fcc. (hared at the above OFFICES, may be had GRATIS ; and-all Ordefr by the Waggoners, Coachmen, or Poll, duly executed. YOUNG LADIES EDUCATED at LISLE in FRENCH FLANDERS. APerfon, perfectly qualified to fuperintend the EDUCATION of YOUNG LADIES, has taken a HOUSE, in an open Situation, in LISLE, and propofes to take Twelve young Ladies under her Care, ihe will inftruft them in the French Language and Arithmetic, Lace-making, and common Needie-Work. The utmoft Care will be taken of their Morals and Manners. Her Terms are Thirty Guineas a Year, common Wafting included. Any Lady or Gentleman, inclined to accept her Services, may, by a Line directed to Mrs. Mafelay, No. 395, Rue St. Andr?i *t Lifle, be referred to feveral moft refpeftable Eng-liih Families now refiding there, who will give the fulleft and moft ample TeiKmony in Favour of her Abilities and Mode of Education. [2246 T ~~-- To DISTILLERS and RECTIFIERS. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. SMITH, By Order of the Proprietors, at -the Rainbow CofFee-fToufe, Cocnhill, on Thur/aay the a3d of Sept. 1790, at Twelve o'Clock, TWELVE THOUSAND Gallons of excellent SCOTCH GENEVA, of fuperior Quality and Flavour, not inferior to Hollands, lotted to accommodate the Trade. ., Samples roiy be rafted Six Days previous to the Sale ; and -Catalogues had of Mr. Smith, Broker, No. 53, Grace-church-ftreet; and at the Rainbow Coftee-Houfe, Cornhill. [aa23 - 1 j'       � 1 To. 'die Nobility, Gentlemen, Sportfmen, and Public in general, OWNERS of HORSES. TURKISH  LIQUID. AGentleman lately arrived from his Travels, begs Leave to recommend to their Notice, a certain Cur* nfed by the Turks for all Horfes that may (lip, fprain a Shoulder, or any other Part of that noble and ufeful Animal. It often effects a Core with once rubbing, bift in general one Bottle is fufBcieat If ever fo bad, and does not injure the fiair. Sold, by Appointment, .only by Golding, Perfjimcr to her Maje^ No. 42^ (Qornhill}. Humphreys, No; ti8, Oxfaid-ftreet; and Williams, No. 41, Pill-mall}'at ii. is., the Oj^ire Bottle, whh Dte  and Five Acres of Wood Land; the Park and Pafture Ground, with a Trout Stream running through it', capable of fupplying a Mill; id the Whole between SEVENTY and EIGHTY ACRES. Market and Poft-Tqwns within Five or Eight Miles', and feveral Packs of Hounds in the Neighbourhood.   -  ~ .Printed Particulars will be forthwith ready. [8234 No. 31, Parliament-Street, Weftminfter. H AN CO C K's New-invented GRAND PIANO FORTES', By his Majefty's Royal Letters Patent. MR. HANCOCK cannot fuffi'ciently acknowledge his Obligations to the MUSICAL WORLD for their very liberal Patronage, in the fliort Space of Time lirfca he opened his Warehoufe as above: He can only fey that their Favours have far exceeded his fenfe of Defert, ,and that they mail ftirnulate every Exertion towards Perfection in his Iri-ftruhaentsi  �.        .   >        ,' Confcious mit his Piaflo Fortes pofTefS uneqdalled TjrlUianfcy of Tone, and Perfection of Mechanifm, and that they only require to begeneral ly knovm to he as.gen&rallf apjuoied, Kaji-cock refpcdtfully requefts the Infpeftion of Amateurs and Profeflbrs ; alfo that Perfpns about toJbujphafe an Iiiftrumcnt, will previoufly honour him with a Vifit, and then give the Preference as their Judgment (hall direct. "        J A capital Aflbrtment of thefe Piano Fortes is now /ihimed ; they are of various Kinds and Sizes, felling from $5 to 100 Guineas each, according to their Quality, aad may at all Times be feen and played upon at the Patentee's Houfe, No. 32, Parliament-ftreet, Weftminiler, where a Ptifoncon-ftantly attends to give every Information to all who may favour Mr. Hancock with their Prefence. * * Orders executed to any Part of Europe, but no In- ftrument, is or can be, fold upon Credit. COCOA  TREE, Septembsr.4, 1790; HITCHCOCK has the Honour of -informing, the Noblemen and Gentlemen Subfcr;b:rs to the Cocoa Tree* that his Houfe will be asceflible upon its prefrr.t Footing no longer than until the 15th Inftant, on which Day the Subfcription for the laft Year clofes, and from "which Day he is engaged in Co-paittierth'p with NEWTON^ the Held Waiter at Daub.iny's, to the Service of a Clubj which is now eftabliihing under the Management of feveral Gentlemen of Falhion; for the Ufe of which, exclufivcly, rh? whole cf his Premlfes Will be neceffary, excepting only the BOARD* which has for fuch a Series of Years met at the.Cocoa 1'ret, and which the Managers of the Club from the Refpedl th?y profefs for the Individuals who Compofe it,- have enabled HITCHCOCK ftill to eriterttain at their Weekly Meeting. From the laid 15th Inftant, therefore, the Public will pleafe to obftrve, that the Houfc can receive oAly the Gen-tlemerS of the Club, with the Exception of. die Board* as before ftated, at thek Weekly Dinner. HITCHCOCK returns his moft grateful Afifenowledge-ments' for tfcfc Protediorr with which hs has been honoured iSrvce Ac "Re-eft iblimment of the Cr.eoaTree. Any Com* rmnds fop him, to be direfttd to Hitchcock and N^wcon, Cocoa Tr�� PaU-�iH..  ' ..      [$231   

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