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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 16, 1790, London, Middlesex ****** FR IDA Y, Sept. 17. CO U N T R Y-N E V S, . Parffaaufby Sept. 15. JffiKSEJpto >. HE fleet has b�ea remark* :^w4^iil) ^healthy* aw^&e T Roebuck hofpitai1 % came ^wjitfiolit'a.fing^ fick perfon on 4>oferd � A Mr. Grant, a ytrigiig gentleman belonging to the Crefcent frigate* lajejy from- Aberdeen,, i* the Only officer that died during the cruiKe. - ,: r "One or* l^ord Howe's frigates ran foul of jhe miin-maft of the old Royal Geogge in coming to anchor, and brought it from deck;-fo that Jhereis now no maft belonging to jft�at unfortunate Clip remaining. Canterbury, Sept. 14. The hop^picking is now very general. From the dbfervations made, the plantations will not only fall fhori nearly one jhird of what they were computed alt but fevefal |ave,te IBUch^d With tte tto*M fJa that good J �Jj&ffi**ip�V?S* Dn C^ * H
which had both come into Lifbon. The Hon. Horace Walpole has now pafled by his ninetieth year, and has this laJt month bsen doing the honours of Strawberry-Hill to a fde& party of intimate friends. Achefon Hall, the feat of Lord Gosford, whofe deceafe we have lately mentioned, was once the favoured abode of Dean Swift, and is the fcene iiftinguiftied by one of his happieit effuiions-the Poem e held oa Wedaelday the 6ch of October, 1790, at the BulP��Head Inn, in Man-cheftirt.. Jtich Oentbtmen, as intend favoi^rirjg the Stewards witt their Company, o:i that Occafion, are de/ired to give in their Names toMr.JShaw*^at the.BuJT,* Head ^ifett��d^aOA,o/ f- OSBORN's and Dr. CLARKE's LEG- T'TTD EC -c, Mm�t7irur�.�-. R. OSBORN and Dr. CLARKE vviH begin their WINTER COURSES of LECTURES on MIDWIFERY, and the DISEASES of WOMEN and CHILDREN, ii* Otrok'mext. The MORNING COURSE *i Tuefday, Oflobffr 5th, aft Half paft Ten o'Clock, at No. 10, Queea-ftrcet, Golden* fquare, near Great V/indmiU-ilreet. The EVENING COURSE on Tuefday, October the 12th, at Half paft Five, at. No. iz, Chjucer/-Lane, near Fleet-ftreet, for the Convenience of Gentlemen living near the City, or who cannot attend in the Morning. Particulars m.iy be known, and Propof.ils had, of Dr. Ofborn, in Hanover-fquore; or of Dr. Clarke, Qumn-ih-eetj ! GoWen-fquare. t2I33 1 To BRICKLAYERS, and others. RAN AWAY, on the 31ft July, 1789, from WESTCOT, m the Parim of Darkingi in Surrey, and left his Wife and Family a Charge unon the laid Parifh, JAMES PETER "S, by Trade a Bricklayer, aged 36 Yearsj or thereabouts, about Five Feet Nine or Ten Inches high, thin in Suture^ and wears his own dark-brown ftra'u Hair. Whoever will give.Information to the Churchwardens and Overfeers of Dorking aforefaid, fo that the faid James Peter* may be apprehended and brought to Juftice, (hall receive Two Guineas Reward, o>er and above the Payment of all realbn-able Expences attending fuch Information, by applying to the faid Churchwardens and Overfeers; or Mrv James, Attor- ' ney at Law, Dorking. lii-5$ Dorking, 8th Sept. tjgoi CALCINEc MAGNESIA, -Prepared by TH0MAS HSNRY, Apotnecarv, in Manch(�ter, Is foU % J.J�fefo�,,KLo. 7^> St. PauPs Church-yard;. and by/."Debrett, in Piccadilly ; in Bottles with ground -Stoppers! at 4s. and in .finaller Bottles at 2s. 6d. each, Stamps Included. � THIS Medicine, the Character of which has been loaf eftablimcd for relieving Difeafes of the Stomach and Bowels, efpecially of fedentary Perfons and of Children, arifjng either from Acidity or frdm acrid Bile, is re-eotnmended to the PuWi�i for itsfuperiorMildnefs and Purify, having bc.cn repeatedly expofed to the fevereft Chemical Ttfts, by fevcral of the ,firft Chernifts in this and other Countries. . It is alfo' fold hy an Agent in melt of the pri^ci^al Towns In the Country.'. [-176 ! No. 32, Parliament-Stract, Weftminfter. HANCOCK's New-invented GRAND PIANO FORTES, ' By his Majefty's Royal Letters Patent. MR. HANCOCK cannot fufficiently acknowledge-his Obligations to the MUSICAL WORLD for th eftfullyr tequetts the Inspection of Amateurs and PrOfeflors }" alfo that Persons about ta^urchafe an Inlirumcnt, TfllKprevfwiflylj^MMtflsiia'with ^Vi-iic, and then give the Preference as d�|r, judgment fllall Jlired. .A'capVtlt AflQrtmerrt of thrfe Piano Fortes is now finifted ; ,]tyy-are^ of varioiA Kindj and Sixetj Telling from 25 to 100 'Gulneai �Sch,- according to their Quality, and may at all Times be feen and played upon ac che Patentee's Houfe, No. 31, parliament-ftreet, Weftmiruter, where a Perfon con-ftantly attewh to give every Information to all who may favour Mr* Hancock with their Pretence. �#* Orders executed to any Part of Europe, but no In-itruisertt, is or tlan b?, fold �pon Crudit. C*1** � � � df", � begs Leave to.. wj_ FRJENDj. that hii^ LErrTER) which he offers his fincere Thsnks^' and l*gi�irffcrm'ia*^ that the farae Direction, will doj he having no parsiculw Pkaae of Abpde tit preferiU f*3� f� ---;- v ,! ; ,,, . M&t SMITH refpeftfally iriformsaiePublicj \d�t the REVERSlQNV adverriftd,.*&r;"&4LE he finds ' h-mfelf able to aceommoda* thofe Friends; to the Science wha live at a D.-.taoce, from London. , .. , ClalTcs of Four Perfons aad upwards will he. waited upon within to Miles. Six Perfons and upwards, within 50 Miles. y&frrefen0?*^^^ Twenty Perfons and upwards, within 250 Mies. Thirty Perfons andupwards, in any P~�t -rf-EngtsBOV:, Scotland, an* Wales. " % ' Any Gentleman in the Country that takes upop himielf the. Trouble to tollect 3 Company as, foecifled aboy�, Will, With his Wife and a Friend, be entitled to the Inftniaions, free from E�pence. . . No Magne'tj at any Appatarits, is ufed m tnjs ** Scienas.. HENRY'S COPAL VARNISH, Prepared and fold, Wholefale �nd Retail, by THOMAS HENRY, Apothecary in Mancaefter, Is fold in London by J. jihnfon, No. fiY St. Paul's Chureh,-Yard, in Eottles at 45 each, With Dire&iofti for the Ufo of '-pHIS VARNI$H,^whlch has long been ufed JL for Prints, fiained Drawiag3, Paintiflgl, Paper Work, acd white Furniture, is fo pure as not to difcolour the p�rtit white Grounds; it dries without the Aid of Heat; never chills, nor cracks, and bears Warning with Water witliout Da-mige* Each Bottle Is figned by the Preparer. Mr. Henry's Calcined Magneiia is allb fold as a*Ote. [4177 B E. m O OK S on SAL 7 bis Day nvas publijbtd, SAEi's CATALOGUE for 1791 : Confifting of above Ten Thousand Volumes, induning fame valuable Parcels lately purchafed 'out of feVerat curious Libraries^ with )t: choice Collection'Of the moft efteemed modern Publications,' Shd many ftrange and uncommon Books t The Whole forming a^oeral Aflbrtrncnt of the beft Authors in every Branch of Literature, which are naw felling, for ready Money only, at the low Prices printed in the Catalogue, By G, S A EL, Boakfeller, No. 20, NeWcaftle-fVreet, Strand, London. . % B. Catalogues to be had at the Place of Sale 3 of the Booktellers at Oxford and Cambridge ; .and of Mr. Poole, Chefter. [2310 The Genuine TINCTURE of HEATH VALE- RIAN, for Nervous Diforders, and Hyfteric Complaitits, invented by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. Is faithfully prepared fromnis MS. Recipes by his Rclicl and Executrix, the Hon. LADY HILL, atnerHoufoinCuriAn-ftrcet, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS TINCTURE of VALERIAN is prepared folely frem.the Root of the true Heath Valerian, far fuperior (but much more rare) than what is found by Rivers and.in Woods, and generally fold. It poiftfifes wondrir'J Eificacy in all Nervous Diforders, .Fit, Head-Achs, Y/eA.-nefs, Heavinefs, and Lownefs of Spirits, Dimnefs or Sjjhc, Confufed.Thoughts, and. Wanderings of the Mind : Vapvars and Melancholy, and all Kinds of Convirlfions and Hyfteric.l Complaints gr idually" go off by the Ufe of this Medicine. In Sicknefs of Stomach, the Convullive Afthma, and in Flatulencies and Cbfcu&ions, it is a moft fafc and efficacious Remedy. . Auhe Difeafes waerefa this Preparation of Valerian is're-commended are almoft always the Growth of Time, fo they require fome Perfcverahce td mqet a Cure. The Operation of the Medicine is gradual,' yet certain, and its firft Symptoms of goodEffeft are Serenity and Cheerftiinefs. Sold, by fpecial Appointment of body Hill (as by the Londfo Ga*ette of March 23, i7�-o), by W. Bacon, at bh Medici p.al Warehoufe, No. 150, Oiford-ftreet, Laudon, in Bottles, Price 3s. 6d. where Venders may be fupplied. There arc alfo Bottles (containing moie than Sevin at 3s. 6dV) Price O9B. Guinea each ; thefe, are ibid only ai Mr. Uaeon^s Heufe. *,* Lady Hill fi>ns N,me every Bottle 5 an 1 *� W. Ba:on," as Vender, is w^nen by him' �poe e>e-y Stamp. No oth;r> ars giffuine.
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