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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 23, 1790, London, Middlesex ( L O N D 0 N/) ftice Four Pence. From THURSDAY, Sept. 23, to SATU R D A Y, S�pt. 2$, 1790. 8890 ^^^?4>j;. been i f^ftiv-M'A- which . JR!y*&.A into a Sip:- F R I a,A Y, Sept. 24. Ytfterday arrived tit Mail from France. Warsaw, Aug. .17. ^Pct-^-W Napiber of motions have ^^D^S^'L^. been' made in the Diet ivour of the citizens, will Ihortly j>afs int0 a Iiw" Thefe motions are as follow : The cities may reprefent their _____ _l^sv>. J.^1 affairs at the Diet by three ^^^^fji^^rl^; Deputies ; the citizens pofleffir Lion, and Ardent, and Triton frigate, for Portfmouth. Rt.rlain in the Downs tne Pomona, Southampton, Scout ifloip ; Dart, Smith, for Leghorn; Amazon, Warring, apd NarTau, � �, far Smyrna ; Difpatch, Svan, for the South Sea; VrgHi:!*, Shepherd, for Africa; and Laurel, R-gerfjn, for L->nc from the i/^warc1 I'flands. LONDON. Yefterday Mr. Pitt went to Wlndfor to ruy his vifit of cohdolance, and tranfael bufinefs with the The PrincefT Royal's birth-day will be kept on Wednefday in a very private manner at Windfor, on account of the recent death of her uncle, the Duke of Cumberland. The report which has been in circulation for fome days pail of the death of one of the Princes in Germany has not the leaft foundation in fact. Ifis confidently reported that the fleet will fail agaijo under Earl Howe with near fixty fail of the line, belides frigates ; if fo, it may be faid, it is the bid appointed fleet that ever left the Britiih (horesj either for Commanders, men, or (hips.- Of thtffe, no doubt, fifteen fail of the line will be detacKed to the Weft-Indies under Lord Hood. Rear-Admiral Colby, in acquiring his flag, lofes his appointment jn the marines. Capt. Onflow, of the Magnificent is appointed Colonel in his room. navAl promotion. Mafers and Commanders made Post Captains. Captain Dickitifon, Captain Pickmore, - Hawker* �- Hall, --- Norman j Hunter, -�- Parr, - Dilkes, -=- Lindfay, �- Lechmere, �-'--Rdbinfon, - Berkeley, ;-;- Gwennap, .- Burgefs, Guyot, Dundas, MoiTe> Cole, W. Smith, Tyler. Lieutenants made Masters and Commanders MeHrs. Shortland, Meflrs. Brifac, Grofvenor, Folliott, D. Ramfay, Chrillie, R. Bridges, Hardy, Eaftwood, Doling, Elphinftone, Craven, Featherfton, Duff', Nowell, Maxwell, Tafham, Bowycr, Edwards, Morris. Midshipmen made Lieutenants. Meifrs. Miller, Meffrs. Bevan, Hale, Bowen, Palmer, Thompfon, Lord A. Beauclerc, Gilbert, Reynolds, Bojfes, Cockcraft, Templer, Temple^ Littlahales, Morris, Middlemore, Pigott, Luke, Oliver, Byng- On Tuefday there arrived from Italy at Carle-ton-houfe, a Coloffal head of immenfe dimen-fions; his Royal Highnefs kas ordered it to be phcad in the hall of his magnificent dwelling. Letters from Berlin, of a late date, fpeak confidently of the refignation of Count Hertfberg, his Pruffiah Majefty's firft Minifter. No particular caufe is yet affigned fot this refolution; but fhoirld it happen, his Majefty will lofe an able man and a good Minifter. The accounts add, that feveral difcontents prevail among the principal officers of the army, which are not yet accounted for. The greater part of the inhabitants of the Electorate of Saxony are Proteftants. They tnink freely; and in all probability the firft feeds of a Revolution will take root in that part of Germany. Yefterday morning at eight o'clock died at his feat at Twickenham, the Moft Noble William, Duke, Marquis, and Earl ef Montrofe, Marquis and Baron of Graham, Dundaff, Kincarn, Mia-dock, and Kinabor in Scotland, and Earl and Baron Graham of Belford, in the county of Northumberland, England. His Grace married October, 1742, Lucy Manners, daughter of John, fecond Duke of Rutland, by whom (who died June 18, 1788) he had ifl'ue James, Marquis of Graham, born February 8, 1755-i-ucy, born July, 1751, and married in June 1771, to Archibald Douglas, Efq; row. Lord Douglas. His Grace is fucceeded in his titles and ellates by the Right Hon. the Marquis of Graham, his only fon, by which his Lordfhip's feat as reprefentative in the Houfe of Commons for Great Bedwin, Wilts, becomes vacant. The Yarmouth fifhery has been begun fome time, and will con inue about two months longer, after which the herrings move regularly to the mouth of the Thames, where they remain till the end of January. When the order for general mourning was fent to the printer of the Gazette, it was certainly intended that the remains of his late Royal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland fhould be interred to-morrow ; but as the funeral is to be graced with nava! honours, it was found impoffible to make the neceflary preparations in due time. A general mourning gives a little reft to the votaries of fafhion from the fatigues of invention. Extract of a Letter from Deal, Sept. 22. " The whole fleet, under the command of Admiral Elliott, failed this morning for Spithead. -It confifts df fourteen fhips of the line, and one frigate. " At the time they failed, the wind was very fcrimp ; and it is much more fo now, having again veered to the S. S. E. which renders it uncertain whether they will not yet put back. *' It is very uncommon for fingle fhips, bound down Channel, to leave the Downs with any wind from S. to S. E. but the attempt is not remembered ever to have been made before by a fleet of men of war. " The exigencies of the fervice upon w hich they may be bound, can only be equalled by the exertions that were ufed to leave their anchorage here. The whole fleet got under weigh with aftonifhing facility." Yefterday there was a meeting of the Governors of the Trinity-houfe, to take into confidcration the building a light-houfe on the O^vers, the erecting a Tea-mark on the Wolf-Rock, and a light-houfe on the Long-Ships. A Court of Common-Council was yefterday held at Guildhall, the Lord-Mayor, Recorder, iio Aldermen, and a great number of Commoners, being prefent. Several petitions for renewing Teafes were read, and referred, and feveral leafes were fealed. Mr. Powell made a motion, explaining the election of Mr. Silverier to be Common Serjeant, thereby doing away the objeftionable part, that of holding the fame during pleafur�v which was cna-nimoufly approved and agreed to. The Court, after fome converfation refpe&ing the licenfing of public-houfes, and a letter from Lord Sydney, when Secretary of State in the year 1787, accompanying the proclamation for the better obfervance of the Sabbath, being read, came to a refolution to recommend it to the Lord-Mayor and Aldermen, in Quarter Seflion aflem-bled, not to licenfe any public-houfes but fuch as are recommended to them by the Alderman and Common-Councilmen of each ward where fuch publican refides. Mr. Box, after repeating the utility of the London Workhoufe, moved, that a Committee be appointed to take into confideration the prefent ftate of the faid houfe, and what meafures will be moft expedient to be adopted in order to render the fame more beneficial to the city and public at large. Deputy Merry was for referring it tc the Committee for general purpofes. Mr. Domfprdand fome other Members recommended a fpecial Committee, on which fix Aldermen and 12 Commoners were appointed far fuch purpofe, A motion was made by Mr. Powell, and fe-eonded by Mr. Deputy Leeky, tkat an addition of 4.00I. por ann. be added to the Recorder's falary, to commence at Michaelmas next, which was unammijuf./ agreed to. Lord Barrymore's dramatic fete, at Wargrave, on Tuefday evening, was attended by a brilliant aflemblage of perfons of diftinftion. The performances of the evening were-The Follies of a Day, and the pantomime of Robinfon Crfife-both of which *#ere excelk�tly enacted : The noble Hod perfonated the Drunken Gardenn- in the comedy, and the Ckvjnnn the pantomime-many new tricks were introduced in the after-piece, which do credit to the-fkillandinduftry of Delpini: Mr. Stephens, who was hilUd in a duel on Monday laft, was the only furviving fon of Mr. Stephens, of the Admiralty, who has been uncommonly unfortunate in liis children, though no man is more deferving of happinefs. He had three fons-ore of whom died in India of a fever, fhortly after he arrived therer-anotherbroke Jiis thigh by a fall, and died under the cure of it- and the third was killed in a duel. A country Farrier and Cowleecb, on the weftern road, has put up a board, exprefiing his preparations for.horfes, ringing of pigs, Ac. and he adds, that he no^-fells folts, rusbub, jollup, fir-up of bucksthorn, an all uther purging drugs for Chriftians. Saturday evening Mr. Hampter, of Bedford-fture, was flopped, near Finchley, by two footpads, who robbed him of his watch and three guineas. Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, of Morden-College, were flopped on Blackheath by a fingle highwayman, who robbed them of their watches and upwards of 3I. Wednefday night, about nine o'clock, Baron Silverhelm, of Tottenham-Court-road, was Mopped in Hanover-fquare, by three footpads, who robbed him of a gold watch, and upwards of three guineas. 1 The fame day fome thieves ftole out of the houfe of Mr. Wyatt, of Crown-ftreet, Soho, feveral articles f f plate, apparel, &c An Iriibman who was on Wedne&ay brought to the bar of the Old Bailey, and arraigned for an aflaolt, being ordered to be retnanded^ which he underftood meant the fame as being difebarged, made a very low bow, and thanked the Court; but being informed it fignified his recommitment, he turned about immediately, m&Jjeggedhis Lord-Jhifs pardon for thanking him. The Old Bailey on Wednefday prefented an example of unparalleled depravity. A young man was arraigned fur beating his father !-but even that, fhockir.g as it was, was out-done in guilt, by his hardened effrontery, in exultingly pleading -Guilty!!.' Yefterday at the Old-Bailey, five prifoners were tried and convicted of mifdemeanors. The fame day the Seflion ended, when fentence of death was paffed upon William Slaughter, Thomas Brown, alias John Brown, alias Thomas Newton, Jane Norton, and Francis Fonton ; 12 were-fetotenced to be tranfported beyond the feas for the term of feven years, 11 to be imprifonsd in NeWgate, and feven to be publicly whipped. The fsffions at the Old-Bailey are adjourned until the 27th of next October. MARRIED.] Yefterday, Mr. George Preift, of Butcherhall-lane, to Mifs Haynes, of lflington. DIED.] A few days ago, at Blyh, Motting-hamfliire, the Rev. Thomas Waddington Fer-rand, M. A. late Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge, Rector of Patrington, in Yorkfhire, and Vicar cf Matterfea, Nottingbamfhire.-Sunday fe'nnight, at Hull, Capt. Pierpoint, late Commander of the Juno, in the London trade.-Monday, the ce'ebrated Mr. J. K. Saerwin, engraver to his Maj-.-fty and the Prince of Wales.-On the ioth curt, at his houfe of Minard, in Argylefhire, Archibald Campbell, of Knockbtiry, Efq.-At Craigends, on Saturday, the 18th inft. Alexander Cunningham, Efq. of Craigends.-Mifs Elizabeth Dick, eldeft daughter of Sir William Dick, Bart, of Preftonfield, on Sunjiy, the izth inftant.-On Sunday, the 12th current, in the Abbey of Holy-rood-houfe, Mifs Ann Dautiville, daughter of the late Andrew Dautiville, Efq. of Broxbourne, in the county of Herts. "~~" WANTED, In a GRAMMAR-SCHOOL, AYOUNG MAN of fober Character, who underftands the Latin Grammar, and is capable of teaching Writing and Accompts. ]23^2 Apply to Mr. Law, Bookfeller, No. 13, Avc-Maria-L.ine. THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING of the Gentlemen educated at the FREE GRAMMAR SCHOOL in MANCHESTER, will be held on Wednefday the 6:h of October, 1790, at the BullVHead Inn, in Man-chefter. Such Gentlemen as intend favouring the Stewards with their Company, on that Occafion, are defired to give in their Names to Mr. Shaw, at the Bull's Head aforefaid, on or before Friday the ift of October. Dinner on the Table at Three o'Clock. POST HORSE 0UTLES tc FARM. Stamp-Office, Somerfet-PIace, Sept. 20, I79��, WE his Majefty's Comniiffioners for managing the Stamp Duties, duly authorited by the Lord* Commiflioners of his Majefty's Trealury, purfuant to AS. of Parliament, to Let to Fsctm die, Duties granted by " An Ait of the Twenty-fifth of his ptefent Majeity on Horfcs Let ty Hire for Travelling Poft, and by Time," do hereby give Notice, That We intend to Let,- at ourOffice in SomerietPlac^ the faid Duties to Farm, on Saturday the 23d Day of O&obejr next, between the Hours af Eleven and Twelve in the Forenoon, within the Two following Diftricts, and to put the ferna up at the Sums placed oppoiite to each (being the grpfs Amount of the Dudes collected therein for the Year ending ott the ift of Augoit, 17S7, for the refpeftive Terms under mentioned, to fuch Perfons as mail be willing to osntraft for die fame. All Perfons propofing to bid r* .-n Greys, and ftriped Cloths, black K.-rleymeresj mid the beft black Silk Florentines for Waiitc >at< and Breeches; as they have bought them at the ufuat Prices, they intend feLling them at- the fame. At their Ware.houft Gentlemen will have the Advantage of feeing the Clotha, &c. in the Piece (by which they are better able to judge than from Patterns only), and of having them made up at a few Huurs Notice,_ in the heft and molV fafhionable Manner, and at a certain fixed Price, by which they will fir.d a conliderabli: Sawng. Ladies Great-Ccats and Hablw made in th? b" ft and moft falbionable Mannst, ['3*6 Worccfteuhire Git. jceftcri&ire From December 16, 1790;, to February 1, 1794; 11. Surry From November 1,. 179a, to February 1, 17(14. 534] ^ Produce �� 7,710 5�%3 J. BINDLEY. W. BAILLTE. R. TICKELL. J. BYNG; QUEEN ANNE's BOUNTY. To the CLERGY. NOTICE is hereby given, That the IntercM due at M u.- Acres of Meadow Lan-i thereto belonging ; rttuate in the iJari*h of Saint Clement, ia Ipfwich, and now In the Occupation of Mrs. Hull, The Houfe is pleniantiy fituated at a fmill Diftai-.te fro a the Town, and commands a beautiful Profpsft over the navigable River. Further Particulars, with Tickets fir viewing the Premifes, may be had by applying to MeiTrs. Lyon, Gray's-Inn ; or Mr. John Kirby, at Ipfwich. [51363 To BRICKLAYERS, and others. RAN AWAY, on ihc 3 ill July, 1789, from WESTCOT, in the Puiih of Dorking, in Surrcj^ and left his Wife and Family a Charge upon the faid Parifli, JAMES PETERS, by Trade a Bricklayer, aged 3C Years, or thereabouts, about Five Feet Nine or Te:i. Inches high, thin in Stature, ani wears his own dark-browu ftrait Hair. Whoever wilL gis'e Inform \tion to the Churchwardens and Ovcrfecrs of Dorking aforefaid, lb that the faid James Peters may be appr<.h:ndcd and brought tj Juftice, (hall receive Tw# Guineas Reward, over and abuve the Payment of all reafon-able Expenccs attending fuch Information, by applying to the faid Churelnvardens and Overfcers j or Mr. James, Attor* ncy at Law, Dorking. tZ2S$ Dorking, Sth Sept. 17^,0. BLUNDSTONE's HOTEL, FALMOUTH. RBLUNDS 1 ONE begs Leave to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, and others, that tike above HOTEL is now entirely compleated, and furnifhed in an elegant Stiie j cpnfiiting of a commodious Ball-Room, feven Dinhng and one^Coiiee-Room, a Billiard-Room, and twenty-feven Bed-Rooms ; Wines of the very beft Quality, and every Accommodation that can be wiflied for. R. BLUNDSTONE is truly fenfible of the Favours ami Support he has already experienced, and with Gratitude acknowledges the many Obligations he feels himfelf under ta the Gentlemen, Travellers, and others, fur their great Kind-nefs in fubmitcing to the many Inconveniencies they mull have experienced while the Hotel was building. He now falicits^he Continuance of their Support, and engages to do every Thing in his Power that may be likely to eftabli/h a firm and permanent Reputation to the. above Hotel; and he ventures to hope, that the Attention which will be (hewn to all Perfons who may honour him with tbeir Cuftom, will be the bell Grounds upon which he may rea-fonably expeft an Inoreafe of real and fubltantial Friends to his Houfe. The above Hotel is fituated in the Centre of the Town, and upon a riling Ground, cammaading the Harbour of Falmouth. N. B. Very fpaeious Stall-Stable, neat Pofl-Chaifes, and a Coach to and from Exeter three Days a Week. Falmouth, Sept. 15, 1790. . [2331 The Genuine TINCTURE of HEATH VALE- RIAN,' for Nervous Difordera, and Hvfteric Complaints, invented by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. Is faithfully prepared from his MS. Recipes by his Relidt and Executrix, the Hon. LADY HILL, at her Houfe in Curzon- ftrcet, Berkeley-Squire, London. r-rmiS TINC IURE of VALERIAN is pre- A pared folely from the Root of die true Heath Valeriai.-, far fu-perior (but much more rare) than what is found by Rivers and in Woods, and generally fold. It pofleffes wond-rful Efficacy in all Nervous Disorders, Fits, Heari-Achs, -Vv'-;ik-ivefs, Hejvin--?fs, and Lownefs of Spirits, Dimnefs of Si^h'., Ceof'ufed Thoughts, and Wanderings of the Mind : VapWj and Melancholy, and all Kinds of Convulfions ap.d Hylterical Complaints gradually go off by. the Ufe of this Medicine. In Sicknefs of Stomach, the Convulfive Afthraa, and in Flatulencies and Lblkuffions, it is a moft life and erncacu;us Remedy. As the D:feafes wherein this Preparation -.f Valerian i* recommended are almoft always the Growth of Time, lb they re-, quire fome Peru-rei jp.ee to meet a Cure. The Operation of the Medicine is g-adua', yet-ccrtain, and its nrft: Symptoms of good Effe& are Serenity and Cheer-fulnefs; Sold, by fpcdal Appointment of L�dy Hill (aa by the Lohdaa Gazette o'f March 23, 17UO), by W. Bacon; at his Medicinal Warehjufe, No. 150, Oxford-ftreet, London; in BottleSf Pries js. 6d. where Venders may be fuepiied. There are alfo 3ottles (containing more than Seven at 3s. 6d.) Pfice One Guinea each ; th?fe, are fold only Mr. Bacon's Houfe. *.,* Lady Hill fig-is her Name upon every Bottle ; and " W. Rieoi:," as Vender, is wriftajj by him upon every 1 Stamp; No pthers are geu�'w:e.
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