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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 21, 1790, London, Middlesex The General Evenki ( L O N D ON.) Price Four Pence. From TUESDAY, Sept. 21, to THURSDAY; Sept. 23, 1790. 8889 mm; mi 1 Will vi,1 - *"\ t /1 V5-'-.-'" i^.lrSI s WEDNESDAY, Sept. 22. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, Sept. 21. HE King has beenpleafed to appoint Charles Henry Frafer, Efq; to be his Majefty's Minifter Plenipotentiary to the Circle of Lower - Saxony, and Refident with the Hanfe Towns, in the room of Emanuel Ma-thias, Efq; deceafed. v _ The King has alfo been pleafed to appoint William Hanbqry, Efq; to be his Majefty's Agent and .Conful in the 'Circle of Lower Saxony, and the 'free Cities of Hamburgh, Bremen, and Lubeck. (. LordChamberlain's Office* Sept. zi, 1790. Orders for the Court's going into mourning, on Sun-Hay next, the i6th inftant, for his late Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, his Majefty's brother, viz. . The ladies to wear black filk, plain trmflin or long lawn, crape or love hoods, black filk fhoes, black glazed gloves, and black paper fans. Undrefs, black .or dark grey unwatered tab-bies. . The gentlemen to wear black cloth without |>attons on the fiecves or pockets, plain muflih Or "ong kwn cravais ajid weepers, black fivords and . buckles. Undrefs, dark grey frocks. The Earl Ma rfsal's Order for a General Mourning for bis late Royal Highnefs Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland and Strathem. In purfuance cf his Majefty's commands, thefe arc 10 give public notice, that it is expected, that upon the prefent occafion of the death of his late Royal Highnefj Henry Frederick, Duke of Cumberland and Strathern, all perfons do put them-klves into decent mourning; the faid mourning to begin on Sunday next, the 26th ir.ftant. 1 . NORFOLK, EarTMarfhal. Sept, 21, 1790. . . War-Office, Sept. r\, 1790'. His Majefty does rjQt require that the Officers of the Army mould wefcr any other mourning uu mt prefent melancholy occafion, than a black crape round their left arm, with their uniforms. By his Majefty's Command, GEO. YONGE. Admiralty Office, Sept. 21, 1790-, This day, in purfuance of the King's pleafure, the following Flag Officers of his Majefty's Fleet ivere promoted, viz. , Sir Edward Hughes, Knight of the Bath, John Evans, Efq; Mark Milbank, Efq; Vice-jftdmirals of the White, to be Vice-Admirals of the Red. Thomas Graves, Efq; Robert Digby, Efq; Benjamin Marlow, Efq; Sir Alexander Hoed, Knight of the Bath, Vice-Admirals of the Blue, to be Vice-Admirals of the White. Sir Richard Hughes, Knight* John Elliot, Efq; William Hotham, Efqj Rear-Admiral's of the Red, Jofeph Peyton, Efq; Rear-Admiral of the White* to be Vice-Admiials of the Blue. John Carter Allen, Efq; Sir Charles Middle-ton, Bart. Sir John Laforey, Bart, John Dafryrh-ple, Efq; Herbert Sawyer, Efq; Sir Richard King, Knight, Jonathan Faulknor, Efq; Rear-Admirals of the White, to be Rear-Admirals of the Red. Philip Affleck, Efq; Sir Richard Bickertoh, Dart, the Hon j. Le Storey ; Blenheim, Kittfon ; William Beckford, ile, and FortituJ;, Warden, from Jamaica. Gre.j gar-vr.; from ter; Plant- Cundj been carried away.-He made regular minutes of this grofs and fcandalous infult committed on the flag of England, which, on his arrival in town on Monday lair, he tranfmitted to the Secretary'of State, for the information of his Majefty's Minifters. It is very remarkable that this is the firft veftel ever built in Jamaica, and which took her name from the diilricl where fhe was built. On Sunday laft an overland Exprefs arrived from Bombay and Madras, the parti.ulars of which have not yet tranfpired. The Moors arc fo delighted with the idea of our Court engaging in a war with Spain, that provifions of all kinds are continually pouring in from the whole Barbary coaft to the garrifon of Gibraltar. The Duke of Cumberland's will was made thirteen years ago, and (till continues without alteration or addition : it was depofned yefterday in the Commons. His Royal Highnefs has bequeathed all his perfonalf, which are very valuable, to the Duchefs, who is appointed executrix and refiduary legatee. The A&reon, of 44. guns, armed en flute, Lieut. Hanwell, Commander, is lafe arrived at Spithead from Jamaica. A number of merchant fhips came home under her convoy, which fhe accompanied as far as the South Foreland, on their way to the Downs. Since Monday the 13th inft. upwards of 150 merchant fhips, from the Weft-Indies and America, all laden with fugar, rum, &c, have arrived in the River, and as many more are daily expected to arrive. Letters from Bombay, dated in July laft, fta�e thit the London had failed for Europe on the 23d of April Jail. The Olivia, Eufh, from Virginia, is an fliore at Pitcher's Point, near Limehoafe. ExtrnH of a Letter from Plymouth, Seft. 19. " Orders are received at the Dock-yard to prepare for commiffion the Glory, Namur, and Atlas, of 90 guns each. They are now along-fide the hulks, and the caulkers are at work upon them. " The frigatef lying here are ordered to the Wellward, it is fuppofed to prefs from the home-warrl-^^rj lamaica fleet. " Sailed the Mutine cutter; alfo trie Winchet-l'ea and Loweftoffe frigates. " Arrived this afternoon, forced in by contrary winds, the New Providence, from London, bound for Gibraltar, with ftores and paffengers. " Orders are juft received for Admiral Sir J. Jervis> K. B. to fhift his flag from the Bombay of 7^ jinn to.the Cumberland, of 74 ALL SILK WAREHOUSE, PALL-MALL. WROACH and Co. beg leave molt refpect-. fully to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, that theif have now by them � very large Affortment of Black Silks, of." the beft Manufacture, which they fliall continue to fell at the ufual low Prices." Any Orders that they may be indulged with from the Country, fliall l�e gratefully, attended to, on the fame reasonable Terms, by the firft Return of the Mails.***-*-- [2335 GENERAL MOURNING. "~" Ladies who will be in want of SILKS for the prefent MOURNING, may be fupplied for 1 few Days, at No. 30, TAVISTOCK-STREET, COVENT-GARDEN, By a MANUFACTURER from SPITAL-FIELDS, Who choofes to retail his own Goods on the prefent C*cca/ion, a
or Bidders, muft, at IXiyment of th/'^^S'^^^"-^ Sureties, tolhe fhall direcl. M1 FOUR HUNDRED andWeNTY POUNDS -J-Ae Expcncc. of co.lccling them, U up at the'kaever happens to be the beft Bid ^atistactior^,.^ 2-jve Sl'Cl �fteb*oVthe laid TurnPike-R0ad, for the i for, and at fuch Times a�.they D.ited the ift of Sept. 1790. ^PfeAISTOW, � "^"J'ruft ;csr No. 3a, Parliament-Strset, Weftmiriftsi. HANCOCK's New-invented GRAND PIANO FORTES, By his Majefty's Royal Letters Patent. R. HANCOCK cannot fufficiently acknowledge his Obligations to the MUSICAL WORLD for their very liberal Patronage, in the ihort Space of Time fince he opened his Warehoufe as above : He can only fay that their Favours have for exceeded his fenfe of Defert, and that thef fhall ftimulate every Exertion towards Peiieclion in his ln-ftruments. Confcious that his Piano Fortes poffsfs unequalled Brilliancy of Tone, and Perfeclion of Mechanifm, and that they only require to beg&� :eral ly known to be as generally approved, Hancock refpeclfuuy. requefts the lnfpeclion of Amateurs and ProfefTors; alfo that Perfons about to purchafe an Inftraincnt, will previoufly honour him with a Vilit, and then give the Preference as their Judgment fhall direct. A capital Aflbrtmcnt of thefe Pbno Fortes is now flniihca ; they are of various Kinds and Sizes, felling from 2.5 to jco Guineas each, according to their Quality, and may at ail Times be fcen and played upon at the Patentee's Hbufe, No. 3a, Parliament-ftreet, Weftmiufter, whjie a Pi-r/bn cor-ftantly attends to give every Information to all wlw may fv.m-r Mr. Hancock w'..h their Prcfenae. *...* Oid'jrs executed to any Part of Europe, but no l:i- ftrument, is or can be, fold upon Credit. The M, CANADA BALSA Or STRENGTHENING DROPS, Invented by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. And now faithfully prepared from his MS. Recipes by his Relict and Executrix, the Hon. LADY HILL, at lier Houfe in Curzon-Street, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS moft exalted VEGETABLE BALS *M, and GENIAL REST OR ATIVE, was one of the ! iteft rhey then took their ground, I Difcovcries of tU>: celebrated Botanift whofe Narae it.b-a;�, . . o- r> 1,* A_ I and is alone fufficient to er.tit'.c his Memory to tb � moft giatefuL Veneration of Pofterity. It is folely calculate*! tor the Cu/i of ali Disorders caufed by cxhsufting Drains, attended with Weaknefs of the Enc.k, and Fecblenefs of the Limbs, T>r: .-blings, Cramps, intolerable Sinkings, Culdncfs and Numb-nefs of the Legs, and general Debility arifing from imprudent Indulgence, and that defrrudlite Paffjon in Youth, the Paf-ii on of Diogenes j from all the mifcrics from early old Age, and from the Gates cf Death, will a .'hort Couvfe cf this Medicine moft afluWiy refcuethc affliclcd. i� Ladi:s, of any Time of Life, may by this Medicine be freed fr to one of the moft 2fHicling Diforders incident to the Sex, and at a certain Perbd it is moft highly ufcful. Sold, by fpecial Appointment of Lady Hill (as by the London Gazette of March'23, r7fo), by W.Bacon, athisMcdi-cina) Warehoufe, No. "150, Cxford-ftrect, London, ia Bottles, Price 3s. 6d. where Venders may be fupplied. *** Lady Hill fig.-.u her Nam? upon every Bottle; --md "'W. Bacon," as.Vender, is written by him upon every Scamp. Th^ro are alfo Pottles (c>;ntai<.ng more chin Se.ei at 3s. 6d. Price One Guinea each; tiufe ars ibid u��y a: Mr. Ns achsw are g�n�ins. olflf^
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