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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 18, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence. From S A T U R D A Y, ^Sept. i8. to T*UE^DAT, Sept. 21, 1790 8888 MONDAY, Sbpt. 20. /V*. *i� LONDON GAZETTE. ^^\OG;>x IftS truing, �b��t five c'dock, depwted this ^"�7 T ) �$8 Kfc.   at   Cumberland. riMVr/^~t MIouB, after I  fflT7h�\>^,jVg long Ufedi, his Royal Hsrhnefs H^nry Frederick Duke Of Cumber-l*nd, � tbe grief of their MajeiBet anc I all the Koyal Family. Confimatixtok* Auguft �. The plague., which had bereafedto an alarming >kgrce about a fort-jjpght ago, is it prefent gretdy dtttiiniflied. This favourable change is probably owing to the warm weather which has prevailed here nnce eight or ten days. The lair, letters from Smyrna advife the total cetfatioa of the plague in that city, and its neighbourhood, which continued free from every appearance of diforder. Napitt, jb&tfti\. On Thurfday night laft his I Sicilian Majefty fet out from Naples for Barietta. Tite Queen, in company with the newly-married f^ificeffes. left this city the next evening, and arrived at Barletia in twenty-one hours, not having flopped on the road. Immediately after the Qu,cen*i arrival his Sicilian Majeily embarked on board of one of his frigates, and the Queen and Princefles on board of another, and fet fail with a favourable wind for Fiume. SlaeAboim, Auguft 31. The King of Sweden arrived at his country-feat of Haga, in the neighbourhood cf this cry, the 26th inftant; and ye-fterday made his public entry into Stockholm, on horieback, amidtl the acclamations of a great con. -eourfe of people, who had afl'embled in the ftrects through wiiicn he was to pafs. His Majefty was accompanied by fuch of the officers who have diftinguifiSed themfelves duting the late campaign, as were already arrived from Finland, and was cjeorted b-y the city guards, who have performed Ills military fervice of the capital fmce the com-SQcacelBent of hostilities againil Ruflia. $B� Maje% firit went to the Cathedral Church ; and, after having performed his devotions there, repaired to the fown-Hall, where he, in a very fejacioas Jpeech, thanked the SurgeiTes afl'embled for the marks of loyalty and attachment he has received from them daring die war* In the even* Ing there was a drawing-room, where the foreign MtniAer* had an opportunity of paying their court to bis Majefty. "\ TVday peace wis proclaimed with the ufoal fo-jlemnities in the different quarters of the city. Trtt^owl Famfty.^w NoWity, �a* other per-fens of distinction, affiled at the Te Deum, which was fang with great pomp at the Cathedral ? after which there was a Court and public dinner at the palace \ and the evening is to clofe with illuminations and other demon Ural ions of joy. fttWM, Sept. 1. News has been juft now received of the fafe arrival of their Sicilian Ma-jefties at Fiujfte on the *3th of Auguit. RgSU&HS OK CORN AND GRAIN. fmn Sept. 6 to Sept, 11, ijyjfe Price B*ley - Jw� - Mkk .- RaMbScco QtKlrtcrj. J,    Price. m Tift *75� i. 1.   *t tunc, at Gitttdkail, Loafed.  . ' ;V Thorn ai Kerr> of St. JamesVftmt, MiotTdox, embroiderer } oa. 9, at ten, at GuUdhali, London.    . .   Wiinam Bafnett, of Cockipur-Ateet, \ MkUkfex,  engraver J Oct. 13, at tea, at GoildhaU, London. William Davis, of Fleet-market,. London, StaflbrdAnre warehouseman j OS. 9, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Final Dividend. Roger Langftaw, of the dry of Chester, linen-draper 5 Oft. %$, at foup,-at the Golden-lion, in Foregate-ftrrtt, in die city of Cheffer. John Holt, late of TitcJifield, Southampton, Ou. 18, at eleven, at die Bugle, in TitchfleW. Certificate to bt grantti. Wiliam Macbean, of Mitr�-court, Cheapfule, London, warehouieman; on or before Oft. 5, Bankruptcies tklarg$d. George Brown, late of Earl-ftreet, Black-friars, in the city ftf Lendon, but now of Welk-ftrcet, Oxford-road, Miwtle-iex, livery liable-keeper; to fnrrender Oa. la, at ten* at Guildhall. William bale and Thomas Newlyn, of Long-acre, Mid-dlefex, nieru-mercers, taylors, and copartner*} to Xwftjrfer Nov. iit at ten, at Cuildk&U. Since our laft arrive J the Mailfry* Flanders, and one from Holland. WdrfaooniisMi| t^, jdeat of.^ppropcr' *sis ne jpoana disced, The lofsof this Prince wi^, be much regretted by thofc who had aniiuUpafe f^tfahitancc with his character, in which many Smlable qnalities predominated over the frailties fc$|dent ?o human \ nature. His ddmeftics, in parucuiar, actf all tbofe [ who were employed by htm, will have caufe to lament the melancholy event. The refpedful afrefHon, the heart-felt con cere, and the unremitted attendance, by which the. J conjugal virtues of the Duchefs have been diftin-gdlfhed, evejr ffnee the firft moment of the ilinefi of hfr Royal Highhefs, do her infinite honour. Official notice was given from the Lord Chatn-beHaiVs OfRci to fhut the Theatres. We underlland that about five months ago, when his complaint firft aflumed an alarming aipeft, an arrangement was made by the King of his aftairs, by which- every claim will be fettled, and fche Duchefs- Dowager is to enjoy 4000I. a year. There will be no bufinefs tranfaaed at St. James's, nor will their Majeilies appear in public t�H After the interment.of his. Royal Highnefs the Duke of CitmberUnd, on account of which the State,bfficex> will tra,.faft their, bufmefs with the King 44 private at Windfor-Lodge. The letter fent to the Prince of Wales at Brighton op Saturday morning, informing his Royal . Highnefs. of the death of his "uncle, was written,  figned, -and fealed by her Royal Highnefs the Duchefs of Cumberland's own hand. On the Prince's receiving it he Immediately ordered his port-chaife, and came poft to town, and on his arrival went to her Royal Highnefs at Cumber-land-houfe. Yellerday his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales and Duke of York went together to Windfor, on a vi/it cf condolance to their Majeilies and the Princefles. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Glouceffer arrived in town yefterday from Herefordfhire, in confequence of the exprefs fent down of the death of his brother. The la(l general mourning, which was for her Royal Highnefs the Princefs Amelia, lafted only fix weeks ; but as the perfon of the prefent Royal demife was nearer in affinity to Majefty, .three months are mentioned as the probable period; the ancient cuftom of long mournings having been aboUfhed aa highly injurious to the manufacturers. "Another reafon affigned in the courtly circles for the above term is, that the refped for the departed any not interfere with the brilliancy of the Urtlt-Qay Drawing-room, in January. On Saturday evening, at five o'clock. Earl Howe arrived at his houie in Grafton-ftreet, from 00 board rjie Royal Charlotte of 110 guns at piditaA : WrLwdmqj fet-off yefbrday mOFoing ir Windfor Lodge, where �, he was admitted to an audience of the King, The States of Flanders-, on, the 2d inft. pub-Kfhed a declaration to lower the duties on the importation of coffee and tea; so more is in future to be paid than three Hards for a pound of coffee, befides the convoy duty, and two ibis for a pound of tea, with three florins per cent, am valorem. This, if rightly underftood, is a mafter ftroke of policy, as it-gain? over the common people under the idea oT their burthenfhme taxes being removed. Theyrhave alio joined the States of all the other Province* in agreeing to raife a certain fum. immediately for the public fervice. The members of the chief CoHege of the county of Aloft have done the fame, no doubt to fet an Iexample to the other religious feminaries. The increafing liberality of the French nation fets an example to every other State of Europe ; an univcrfal admiffion of proteftants of all deno-miaa^ions to publi� offices is now decreed; talents, and vfrtueare to be: the qualifications, and !>rivafc opinions iri matters of faith are to be re-erved; wtcalled for from the brea.r, where they -I hm of Wiping, Mtmtttx, but sow of LtVtMsVtn* SIbs> tsMekant; Dec 6, at ten, at CuiM-hai fca*d�j r^Blvideod: HtV^atGoildha%LoadDss. l%oswWon�aicf T^araaaAta^ iaA of Etna, Backs, cis�aoa-�sanui4C%sffrfs, weavett, and cooattneRi OA. 9, aC sen, atGu'JdhaO, JUodon. ChaHea Seynoosw Pearfon, �ks| Robert portut, of Minting-*���� re the cttv �f L�doi�, Moers and Cotortacn; 43?t. jo, atlea, atdeiahiB, Umfy Burnt unw Wj�ofition ^iTtonrt�driss*As tosffl his attendant % >*&m*�**al Highneft^ ougbt to lodgje. Lieut. Gen. Robert Watfon is appointed Lieutenant Governor of the garrifon of Placentia, in the room of Major-Geuera] Jbfeph Goreham, deceafctt; and Col. Thomas Trigge, of the 12th foot, to be Lieutenant,-Governor of the garrifon Of Pbrtfmouth, in the room of Lieutenant-General HotWt Watfon.  ThO 'Betfey, Dyfart,. from Peterfburgh to Truro* Is towed into punkirk, with damage. The Cpjumbus, Mafbo, from Jamaiea toLeith, walburnt at Bluefields the 24th of July. "Jt journeyman Cricket-ball-maker, aged 55, died lately at Seven-Oaks, Kent. Though at very confiderabk wages, he had from indefatigable in-uftry, and lingular ceconomy, acquired con-Igrable property, and was poffefied of 2500 ttnilts in the public funds at the time of his de-,Jafe.--He was fo rigid in his plan, that befides ^ settings per w�ek for board, wafting, and lodg-1 Vivo- pence for Saturday night, he allowed but two: ihiHtngs a. year for fpending-, one at the great annual Cricket-match, other ac tive Fair.   His other expendU w)t� two p�nte per week to the poor-box in tj�Cfcapel he beloved to; and a (hiUing per year atattdi a newfpaoer, only for the purpofe of ^0ot6nm into the price of flocks. jfcwgton is one^ of-the moft remarkable inAipices wmch .the pdlat age ha* produced of iuJgsaded^ talents mo perverted eloquence, and s^mnot be regarded without a mixture cf wOtKter and detefbition.  Of fuch a cka� racier what can we fay, in Ae wo^ds of a late nobie author, but alas, poor human nature 1 Graced with. *acfc-4afeitt'nhat a$j^*fe m , Deform'd bjf vice, that �n Jter�acti talent vais> On Saturday ai prifoners werewied at the Old-Bailey, of whom Jrrancis Fontqn wHb capitally conyifted for forging, ottering, and pablifhing as true, a" certain inftrument, purporting to %e a, � Bank Stock receipt in theWame of John. Pearce, for the furn of 47I. iz$. 6d. at the confederation fotjol. four per cent, annuities, .with intent to defraud William Papps, the proprietor, of the ~ be: He was alfo charged with four other indictments for Jimilar offences, fourteen, were}" convifted of felonies, and five acquitted. The fame day Robert Natcott was tried for the wilful murder of Mofes Davis, by ftriking him on the head with a key; but it being proved that he was a lunatick, and had formerly been confined in Bedlam, the jury brought in a verdict of Not Guilty. The Court, however, taking it into consideration, that his enlargement might be attended with other inconveniences to fociety, he was ordered to be detained in Newgate till he fhall be fent to fome place for the reception of perfofts in his fitoation. At the Sefli n�-houfe on Clerkenwell green on Saturday, five perfons were convicted of uttering bad money, via. Elizabeth Dunbar, William Maynard, Bridget Daffney, Satoapl Jenkins, and Sarah Wrinkle. The t* o former were fen-tenced to twelve months imprisonment, the reftto fix months each, MARRIED.] On Monday laft, at South Ocfcendon, the Rev. Mr. Polllethwaite, ReSur of Ncvendon, in Effex, to MUs Sufaniiah Me?.d, daughter of Mr. Tbomas Mead, of Billericay.- Saturday, Charles Smith, Efq. of Lincoln's-Inn, to Mifs Beavor, of Dover-ftreet. DIED.] On Friday laft, Mrs. Parfons, of Stracford, in EfTex. SILK WAREHOUSE, PALL-MALL. WROACH and Co. beg leave inoa refpecV . fully to acquaint th? -Nobilitv and Gcntrji that they havi now by th rn a ve*y large Afiurtment of BlacJc. Silks, of the beft Manur'avlure, which they fliall continue to fe!i at the ufuii low Prices. Any Orders that they may be indulged wi& from the Country, /hall be gratefully attended to, on the fame reasonable Terms, by th* firft Return of the Mails. [*335 EDUCATION in FRANCE. THE Rev. Mr. 0^�SNOTrefpe�tfuUy informs the Public, that he ha* opened a BOARDING-SCHOOL in a healthy and agreeable fituadon on the BOULEVARD, oppofite tbe CHAMP DE MARS, at ROTi�N> in Nos-mandy ; wh^re young Gentlemen are geht.-ely boatded, ar-d taught the following Languages, viz. Latin, French, Engliih, German, Dutch, Italian, a'-d Spnnilh, with Writing, Book-iuepiog in aii its various B^anghej, Foreign Exchange, Arithmetic, Mathematici, Hidory, Dr-twing, Fencing, and Military Excrsifes, by the moft approved l.laitirs. Boarders, from Six Years old to Fifteen, are reserved at Twenty-Five Pounds per Annum, Wafting inc ud^d. Letters, addrefled " A Mos& ur Mcnficui L'Abbe Quefnot, Mjitre de Penfion, a Rouen, en Notmandie,"' will be du'y attended to. [?-3iS MIDWIFERY and DISEASES of WOME&f. DR. LEAKE tvill bett'm his LEClUKES on the SCIENCE of MIDWIFERY and DISEASES of WOMEN ani CHILDREN on Monday the *7th of September, at his Houfein Parilament-ftreet $ where Pmicular* may be itnewn, from Ten to Twelve in the Morning. A Lecture introductory to the Theory and Practise of Midwifery, with a Syllabut, Defcription of the New Forceps, and a Copper-plate Print,; raay he had of A. Murrey, Flect-ftreet, Price 5s. and will be given to each PttpH. By JOHN LEAKE, M. p. Of the Reyal Coflege of Physicians, and. Phyficlin ta the Weftminfter Lying-in Hofpital t  In which near 7000. Patients have been delivered, ant where a Houfe-Pupil will ooca/ionally be admitted, -and Female Pupils are allowed to refidc. Ten-Guinea. Pupils may attend the Hospital till duly nullified; and Two Pupils, or any greater Number, commencing precifeVy ax, the fame Time, will have the fame Privileges, on frying Nine Guineas each. 'The Sixth Edition of Dr. Leake's two Medial Volume* on the Difeafes of Women, may alfo be had of R. Baldwin, Paternofter-rcw; and A. Murray, Fleat-ftrcetj Price Twelve Shillings.       _   _ [*3*� FoTtheTEPROSY, SCURVY, �nd all CUTANEOUS and ERUPTIVE DISORDERS, The genuine ESSENCE, of WAl'ER DOCK* Invented by the late SIR JOHN HILL, M. D. And now faithfully prepared from his MS. Recipes by his Relict and Ex cutrir, the Hon. LADY HILL, at her Houfc in Curzou-Street, Bcrkcley-Sqaarc, London. THIS ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK is pre-pared from a Plant, indigenous to thia Country, called the great Water Dock, being a very pure and paritft Solution of its inner Rind, and is an a'ofolute Specific Cure for the Scurvy, ia every Stage, Condition, - and Degree of that Difeafe, and dris with the mkft perfect Innecenoc, for it cannot rcpsl; nor has it any of the dangerous Effects of Mineral Preparations, Mercury being unknown in the Competition. Whether the Scurvy be of the eruptive Kind, or latent in the Habit, this Eflence is always confident in itS-Op-nttibn and Effects. Its firft Effort is by infenfible Perfpiratio.-i, tHen-by opening the obftructcd Pores, and. giving Tallage w t'i> of-fendi'.ig Humour ; and, where the Diforder is virolunt, Nature is further affifted by a more than ordinary Difchaige of Urine. No particular Regimen or Preparation Is required by this Medicine ; it is of die vegetable Kingdain fjlely, and perfectly anfwers the old Greek Character of it, " That few Mcd':c':ne� arc more effectual, none more innocent." Kurthec, it. is pleafant, ftn-ugcherting, and reviving j .it clears the Complexion, gives Spirits, and comforts tVe Stomach. <* If any one is ill, and knows not his Diforder, let him " fufpect she Scurvy.^ Matbjolus. Sold, by ipecial .Appointment of Lady Hill (as by the London Gazette of March 13, 1790). by W. BacM, at his Medicinal Warehouse, No. ijo* Oxford-ftrept, London, in Bottles Price 3s. 6d. where Venders may be fupplied. There are alfo Bottle* (containing mve than Seven at 3s. 6d.) Price One Guinea each} thefe are only (bl4 at Mr. Bacon's Huufe. N. B. Lady Hill figos her Name upon every Bottle ; an* " W. Bacun," as VeniJer, is written by him upon rt^ra Stoma.   No othefs'arc genuine. [rSwa   

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