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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - September 28, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L  6  N Pace Four Fence. From TUESDAY, Sift. 28, to ^Kl SO AY, Sept. 29. "f*m tit hQISDOTi 6azett2. W�jtb�Att, SlPT. 28. AST night the eorpfe of ' hi* late Royal Highnefs Prince Henry Frederick Dolce of Cumberland was carried from Cumber-lani-houfe to the Prince'f Chamber, where the body lay in ftate this day, and Will lie privately interred, ten o'clock at 1wght, in the Royal vaah in King Henry the Seventh's Chapel/ BJtfRRUPTS. John F�Her� late of Whiteh*v�n, Cumberland, merchant) ffwvhriag partnlrr.ifi trade of James Lowes, 1 of Whitehaven^ ntctchaast OEceafcdi) eb furrender Oct. 13, 14, and No*. 9, at tea, -at .lbs 'lUqgSfanta Jnn* in* WhitsjuTen. jfUtray;. Mfc4*h^-j^^ " 5ab H�wfce*> of Ihl yttUb �f Yajrifcy; Worcenwfche, to fbrmider Oft. i%'ti�"^.TW�.J 9, at three, at the jHorfefltoc Inn, in EdgU^aMtol, it fcmtogrum. Attor-tie/, Mr. Southall, in KonJoyua* ttr.Mr. Cabell, Lin- . Frank Dofcf&a, t�f Great DriSelffi yiarfcti^,. furgeost, apothecary, and iruffiifc,, � futrendet 1t> ij. and ,Nov. 9, at three, at tte�CnaVkp^ iahi lb K\wjRop\ipon Euir.  Attomlet, MtflVXockvrottd and Dwlbtry, In Bete^ri William RobSloftV of Snow-h'tH, LiSiHon, uf&*Hlejxr J to furrender Oct. 8, at five, 9, and No*� 9, at ten, �t Got hi-hail, London.   Attorney, Mn Parry* N�.     BarnardVinnj jjclborn. FUNERAL or t�s x.**a DUKE CUMBERLAND. T H U M PAY, Sirr. 30, 1790. 8H92 or cdrab* M P�*lHy> Exeter*. v  .  * John PUiwg the; jStoger, late of Wrng, ftutlandfhirej .pislalerj Qft. a*. JS�lev�t�i.4t the Crown Imi,-in Oak- John Frhwe\ of l|nt3Q� Carnbridgefoire, apothecary ; Oct. 19, �| elcvefc, ft riit Red-iion, indie Petty Cory, in Cam-bridge.   Final Dividend. WHjiarn Goad^\hli.f  8MnJMj:'0$Y�zH �ten, at the Stafford Arms . Ileiier Levy thitt/hte pf fiury-ftrett, in the city. of London, merchant { t9 6rt*eader 0$. 2.6, at ten, at Guild* hall, tango*! .an ... ;>->rr., ,,,   , is o yt R Y> N ^ w . Po/t/mdi/tby StjamBer 27. This fflrtrnmg came into harbour, ftorrt Spithead, the Robuft, of 74 guns?. Captain Cotton, itf her parage from the Downs the got i-grOand aVfair Lee, arid was fo Violfer^y irfs)ine4j^tfhehas had several feet of W^^'fet^^ O^^ilSMBedisXely go lnt^ 4^>^We tier i&asage rjaoaited. The Marlbo�ott^n> ,ef :V^|�sj^ fHo came into harbour this taornin&f, having Jptnng her main-iaa|h\Tt i^^ly'^^e e^iityemeW of going along-iide '&e^hol]Ec tyat/Jhe.came^ inland will again be ^ Jpitheadjlni day or two. . ^. Ahho^$^laH!to]%�r^ weather laj^f, 'flo^ ^�e-oi�jer iW|�shaye received fiicH damage as will occanon them to come into harborm Sailed the Lizard frigate, and Mutine cutter, en the imprefs fervke. GlouetJtir> $e}t. iy. pot corn-ratriret affords weekly Agreeable indication's of tie plenty as well a excellence of odir barveil� Such il, the !u-p^riority of ihe jzratn thb year, thit the.new wheat weighs heavier than ihe bid. 'Oh Saturday there was a greater appearance of buiineis that) has lately tetn oWeWed^ when good new wheat was fold at th�f reduced price bf fs, 8d. pet bu(hel. ftrf, Stpt. 25. Oab were fold in our market, bn Saturday laft, at one guinea _per quarter \ fb very plentifa! were they, thit.the prise dropped to 15s. before the cWfe of the day; JW, SfA%j\ Atti-Kii 4*1 Ulcd. tor de River, the Lucy", Coward, rram^atanttV^Canie down, and failed with the E.itellent man of War, toe Polly, Freethy, fee Falmouth, andPollard, Far4urarfon, for Briftol. Amvcdlthe^ eptune and Unity tender*, and remain with hie MajeftyV ikipi Pd-xnona and Southampton, and Scout floof.  Wind it N*. �: " h O N' II 6 N� His Excellency the Marrjuis del Campo, the fcpanifh Amhaffador, had a private audience of the Duke of Leeds ydterfoy In Grofvenor-fquare, in tonfequenco of dUoatchei received from Madrid by a fbr4gn coutifr who arrived yefarday at Manchefter-^oufe* The Prince and Prlncefs Czartoryiry are arrived at Bath from their tour through England. The report of a duel between the pake of Clarence and a Captain in the fleet, #as too little credited to be worth contradicting. Of the fup-pofed antagonifls, the one is' at Plymouth, and the other at r^rtfnteuth; fi> riiat at a time when no oiBcer is permitted to be abfent, except by ex-prefssordert froin* the Admiralty, their meeting was fufBciendy improbable., A merchant of Birmingham has received a letter from Madrid, which informs him that no houft connected with that town /uffered in the law fire there, which destroyed. 87 houfes, among vhich-1 were 47" fliop* and warehonfts; ftored hiefly with tjie wooHens of France*' THE remains of hit Royal Highnefs yeilerday Uy in ftate in the Poato's Chamber, adjoinna td the Houft of Lords* :3b ^foht the niimner*3tl�rfonj who were defirous of admitttoa, and the? multitudes that crowded; the avenues without any hopes of admiffipn,, ac-cels was very difficult, notwtthilanding the exertions of the Guards, who were planted all round: to preferve order. All neribns intended to affift in the procefSont V were dtrefted to attend! in the Prince's Chamber at eight in the evening; and about eleven the proceulon began to move by torch light, according to the following CEREMONIAL. Drums and trumpets funding a folemn march, with banners atuched to them, adorned with naval trophies, the drums covered with black. The Serjeant Trumpeter. T Knight Marshal's men. Gentlemen, fervants to his Royal Highnefs. Pages of die Pretence. Pages of the Sack-Stairs. Pages of Honour. Phyjicians. Chaplains. Etfuerries. " '     -Sficretaries. Purfuiyints of Arms. Hferalds of Arms. Comptroller of tiis i f Trtfafurer of his Royal Highnefs's { 4 Rbyal Highnefs's Houfhold.      3 I     HouJhold. Norroy King of Arans. The Lord Chamberlain of his Majefty's Houihold. TThe Coronet upon"| I a  Black  Velvet A Gentleman^ Cufhion, borne by >A Gentleman Ufher.     J Clarenceux King I     Ufher. l^of Arms. -       J THE BODY, Covered with.a Black Velvet Pall, adorned with eight Efcutcbeons of his Royal Highnefs's Arms, unrer a Canopy of Black Velvet, borne by eight Admirals in their Uniform Coats, Black Waiitcoats, with Crapes in their Hats and on their Arms. Garter Principal A Gentleman J K^ng of Arms Ufher.   \ with his Rod .Oifice. {Tw Chief Mourner, a T DuJk�� in a. long black [Supporter, C^oak ; his Train borne t a Duke, by a Baronet. J Ten Earls, AiCftants to the Chief Mourner. A Gentleman Ufher. Qrooms of his Royal Highnefs's Bedchamber. Yeomen of the Guard. The Proceulon was from the Prince's Chamber, through. Old -Rajiace -T�Wl, .to the South-Eaft door of Weftminfter Abbey.  'Af "the within the Church, the Dean and Piebendaries, attended try the Choir, received the Body,- and fen into Ithe Proceulon joft before the Officer of Arms who preceded the Lord Chamberlain, and f3 proceeded in.to King Henry Vllth's Chapel, inhere, the Body was placed on treffels, the head towards the Altar; the Coronet and Cufhion be ing laid upon the Coffin, and the Canopy held over it, while the Service was read by the Dean Of Weftminfter.   The Chief Mourner and his t.*o Supporters fitting on chairs placed for them at the head of the Corpfe ; the Lords Affiftaat* and the Sabporters of the Pall beingneareft the Body. , The jJirt of the Service before the inurxient being- �id, the Corpfe was depofited in the Vault,   .    . The Body being interred, the Dennwenton with the Office of Burial t which ended, Garter King of Arms proclaimed his Royal Highnefs's Stile, which endeit the ceremony, tViinute gun.i were fired as ufual. At nine b'clock the great bell of St. Paul's began tolHng, and continued for about half an hour, when the clapper broke, which put a flop to that part of the fokmnity. o s v) CO a o n> Q -t o St pal" us, of ' A Gentleman Ufher.    ef mufic, that a ^paanexed at Nor- (halcky. 3R^^ofo�ner ^aroai more The addition made to our fleet of a line of battle J&ip and a fihe frigpte, on Saturday, is not pedjafte of peace-The Ruby, of 64 guns, and 4he Heroine, were commiffionedSir Ibbp Coffins has the rM,-Lord RofehUl the latter. The returning Officer for the County of Sutherland* or his Clerk, has made amtfbtkeoffo lingular a nature, that there does not appear to be any precedent by witch to decide who (hall be considered as, the fitting Member for the County on the meeting of the new Parliament. Lieutenant General James Grant was duly j elected, and the Officer, in making out the return, omitted the word Grant, fa that it now ftands in the Crown Office Lieutenant General James, and was fo ftatad in the Gazette. Tl e fhofteftring, as worn at prefent, is men I tioned bf S^sakefpeare. Mercuho railing at Ben* volio, on^aecouutof his aptitude to quarrelling^ lays, " Did&thou" not fjjllout with a Tajrlor for wearing ht% new doublet before Eafter? w'un aaOaW for tying �rV net*Jim i�ith tld riMawtf*. &uch are the ir>&tnafi prtvate fofdier in a wkh, �MSiftc||awe�lr*j|*y j�o Ae Oka^riopvh^HTwas informed of thivtfatn they�cd|i i.haneq�al to hi* Muni, �hkh they prefente^j: hint with, ^ ;r Yefterday the Mailer and Wardens of ther Bakers Cojapauy, .(there being no C*irt efAl-dermeu at Gondlsafl) waked tonh  Order the price of bread to continue as laft week.    . On Friday lM a c^rmjy-teoking, *fcrly��att, faid to belong to the Sii^jniKsiA, underr^Olcfbx his own pkanirt, to^gonr^r miles in ten hours, on Brighton level, by waking and running to and fro, which he perfoTmsd with eafe in half an hour lefs time than he had given himfelf. He went the firft 14 miles tn two hours, and with heavy nailed Owes on, which 'he was afterwards advifed to take bf�*Snd travel without any, which he did; but kepton his long trowfers the whole tjine. Several pouws~wer�;afterwards collected for him. Oh,.Sunday irigh^jabout nine plclock^ Mr. Ballard, oMloxton, was flopped an4 robbed near the Ivy-houfe, Hoxton, three footpads, who cut him with cutlii&s in ftfch a dangerous manner, that hi|'life.is.de^airedjpf, A Mn F~^fx of XriWs Buildings,.,Citye Road, was on Sunday evemrig difcovered Jay his' wife/ot her return^ from thei T^bernacWhariging1 from & ftaple, which: he had fixed in the parlour deling. He was immediately bled, but without' the leaft figns of life. Mr. F-^-r had that day heard two fermons at the place of worfhip which he frequented j anl his wife had juft returned from attending a third, when the fatal accident was difcovered. ' MARRIED.]   On Monday,  John Crof.On, Efq. of the Hon.. Eail-India Company's fervice, to Mrs. Hudfofi, of King-ftreet, Bloomfbury.-*-Thurfday, William Halhday, Efq. of Froome-^ hall, in Gloucellerfhire, to Mifs Sophia Hawker, daughter of the- Rev. Peter Hawker, Rettoriof Woodcbeuer.-Monday, at Rye, in Suflex, Robert Mafcell, Efq, of Afhford, in Kent, to Mifs Curteis, daughter of Jeremiah Curteis, Efq.- Tuefday, the 14th' mil. at TorloKk, William Douglas Clephane,, Efq. of * Carflogie, to Mils Marianne Maclean, daughter of Lauchlau Maclean, Efq. of TorJoifk.~Ihurlday, Mr. Rogers, of Rupert-ftreet, Hayjnarfcet, to Mrs. Vaugiah, Upper Grofveoor-ftrept;^-Tuefdayv  the Rev Mr, Gardoer, Minift^r of the Congregaoon of Independents in-Cambridge, to Mife Paterfon.--Yefterday, at St.: James's church, Mr. Edward Howell, of Vine-ftreet� Piccadilly, to Mifs Lang ford, of Su; Albao'e,TY�fterday, at Cripplegat* church, Mr. John Perring, of Throgmqrton-ftreetV to Ml& CowelU. daughter of the late Ma, .Jdhn CoweH* of Stntford, Enex. DIED-*} On Monday, at his houfe at Black heath, John BstV-E% -Sub-Goyetpor of the Royal-Exchange Afluran�-office.�~Same day, at Ifiin|toni Mr. Ifaiah King� many years a fates* aian in Newgate-Market. POST HORSE DUTIES to 1*ARM. StafAf-pnice, Spnierfet-Place, Sept. 20, 1799. WE his MajeiVy's Commiffioners for managing the Furop Duties, duly authorifed by the Lords CommiifioneM of his Majefty', Treafufj^ purfaant t� Ac^ of Parliament, to Let to Farm the &uties granted by " An Aft of the Twenty-nich of his prefect Majcfty on Horfes Let t�. Hire rbr TT^velling Poftj and by Time," do hereby give No-tie-?, That We intend co Let^ at our Office in Somerfet Fl^K, ths (aid Duties t9 Farm, on Saturday the 43d Day of October next, between tie Hours of Eleven and Twelve in the Forenoon, within the Two following Diltrifts, and to put the fame up nt the Sums placed oppsfite to'each (being the grofs Amount of the Duties collected therein for the Year ending on th= iilof Auguft, 1787) for the refpe&ive Terms under mentioned, to fucu Pcrfon* as (hall be willing to contract for the fiaae. \" AH Perfons propofing toWd for the faid Duties within thefe Two Diftrifts, are, at leaft Three Days previous to the faid tjA of October, to fignify their Names, Places of Abode, and the Diitrict for which they intend to bid, by Letter directed to Us, at our Office afbreTiid.   . NoPerfon licenfed to Let Horfet for the Purpofe of.Travelling P�ft� nor any Perfons for dieir Ufe, can be a Contractor for the faid Duties. *EtftMcts to be Let t� Farm. No.    .. WANTED, In a GRAMMAR-SCHOOL. YOUNG- MAN of fober Charaaer1,, wVaV Vrlftu'&i viSi',___ to Mr. Law, Bo monmo A-Small compact FA&f^,: iri'%hf C%tivition, �\&#hkh are i Houfe >nd; OficwjJRtftr &b Reflderfce or* * *efttti�*m*r� Te'7 P'^ntiy atuate, aad irt a good NeTghhaAinMd, IS & Ve^fctt, and may be entered on at: ^^afute. f2i44 Ivrjletten, f  Ditto.with the c'dmpIeuOift Momiting - t 14 p Ditto'      (plated)" ditto    .    *^ 4 -'%   � 1 A'.fo old Urns new bronsed, repijredj or exchanged. MeiTb. S. and Co. have *ow finiihed a large Stock of Double Block-Tin Kitchen-Funuture, in Sets at 81. Si. of . fingle Articles. Tlie very extenfive Sale of tfiisufeftil Fiix-niture amongft Families ot th? firft Confequence, is fifficient Proof of its great Merit. A complcta Set kept in Repiir tor One Guinea per Year. N. B. An extenfive Affortment of Ldndon and ShcfEtld Knives and forks, upon very low Terms, for prefent Payment. � V  P^37* AGENTLEMAN having a very clever bay, feafoned,  cfopf GELDING,  arid alfc a nice bay ,MARE, would wiih to part with one of them; orf'if any . Gentleman wifhes to'be accommodated with both, he has an Ofeaetunity of suiting hjmfelf-to a Nicety.   They anfwr* the 'following Defcriptionii^ae Gelding is well-bred, fifteen Hands high, hunted several Times laft Seaft/n, rides eafremely well, and does all hi* Paces the fame; and is fo cool and temperate, that a Lady has rode, him fever* Times this Summer; and, for both Road and Field, there are few to equal him J is complete Matter of 14. Sbne; Price Forty-fia Gumeati The Mare is nice, hardy, and well-compact 5 (hews a deal of Blood, yetIfeArefs �f 18 Stone; would fultaa infirm Gentleman, at lie it uncommonly Cifc, eafy, and pleafarrt m all her Paces} about 14 Hands and one Inch, high; Price Forty* fiye Guineas. They are bath fit Years bid, and' found, hare Been in can&aftt Work all this.Year, and parted with for bo Fault whatewr. May be fcen s* ttte .Gent'.cman's. own'Stables any V.\y, Sunday excepted, irrotri gine'till dure o'Clock."  Inquire at No. 15, Camden-ftreet, Iflingtwfj facing the Green.             .   ^ N. B. Tr!al for a Month or tw� may be had, eon 7y4* El .Produce 7.,7.i� -    5.^93 "SWERFORD PARK. To be SOLD by AUCTION* By Mr. CHRJSTIE, In a .SHORT TIME, AMod DESIRABLE '-ESTATE V -confining STL. of an excellent Manfion-Hcufe, roomy Stabling^ cdn-venieaf Offices of all Defcrlptioas, good Kitchen Gar'Jjn, Walled, cropped, a�M planted ; Pleafure-Croi^nd, and F^ra Acrc3 of Wood Land; the Park and Pafture Ground, winr'a Tr j�t Stream running through it, capable of fupprying a Mil! j in the Whole between SEVENTY and EIGHTY ,'ACRES. Market and Poff-Towns within Five or Eight Miles, and feveral Packs of Hounds in the NeighbaurhoCKl. Printed Particulars will be forthwith ready. t*J34 A1 To  Be  SOLD  or LETT, And entered on at Michaelmas nest, Large, fubftantial FREEHOLD MES* SUAGE, with convenient Out-bisildingsj fituateiri the: Sheaf-ftreet, in DAVENTRY, in the County of Northampton, late in the Occupation of the Reverend Mr. Beliham, and by him ufed as an ACADEMY, for Which Purpofe \c was built by the late Reverend Dr. Aflrworth 4 and \i alfo extremely well calculated for. any Perfon carrying on an extenfive Trade or Manufactory. Ni B. In Cafe the Premifes are not difpofed of, the Houfii will be converted into tw� convenient Tenements, which wiM be - lett feparatelyi Tor further Particulars apply to Mrs. Afhworth, or Mr; Lamb, Attorney, id Daventry.-      � , [3-336 The J. BINDLEY. W. BAILLIE. R. T1CKELL. J. BYNG. CALCINED MAGNESIA, Prepared-by THOMAS HENRY, Apothecary, in Mancheiter,. ft fold by J. Johrtfon, No. ^a, St. Paur"� Church-yard j and byj. Debrett, in Piccadilly 1 in Bottles with ground Stoppers; Jit 4s. and in 'fmaller Bottles at zs� 6d. each, Stamps intruded. - THIS Medicinei the Character of which has been long eltibliflted fur reliLVing Difeafes of tht Sto-nisch asid Bowels* "efpe'cially of fedentary Perfons and of Children/ �rittWe eidier from Acidity or from acrid Bile* is recommended Su ihc Pubikj for its fuperior Mildnefs and PurU\> having been refttatedlyexpofrd to ^ ievereft Chemical Tefts, ty fevesal ot* the firft ChernUls in this and other Countries. ItiseMb fold by/in Ajaoi Lij�ettofd� principsA Towoa' CANADA   BALSA Or STRENGTHENING DROPS,      , Invented by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. And now faithfully preparad from his MS. Recipes by his Re--   Htt and Executrix, the Hon, LADY HILL, at her Hanfe in Curzon-^rVeet, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS moft exalted vegetable bals am, and GENIAL RESTORATIVE,' was one of the tateit Difcoveries bf the celebrated Botanlft whofe Name if bears, and If alone fuSicient to-endtle his Memory to the mofi.g'-aleJul Veneration ofPdfteniy. Itisfolely.. calculated for.she Cure cf all Diforders caiil'ed hy exhaufting Drains, arfendrd with Weaknefs of the Back, and Feeblenef? of" the Limbs, Tremblings, Cramps, intolerable. Sinkings, CoWfnefs and Nur&b-efs of Legs, and general Debility arifing fromim'prddV. t Indulgence, and that deftructive Paflion in Youth* the Paf-fion of Diogenos ; from all the. miferiet from early old Age,-, and from the Gates of Death, will a fhort (?ourfe of this Medicine molt afluredly reicue die arfficted. >.-...* .. Ladles, of any Time of Lift, may by" this Medicine be freed from one of the, moft afflicting Diforders incident 00 the Sex, and at a certain Period it is. aio# highly'ufefuii , ' Sold, by (pecial Appototmeniof LadyHjil (as,by the Gordon Gaaette of Mareh 13, iyo3],J'hyW..Bacon, at his Med"* cinal Warehoufe,"Nof 1��, Osjford-ftrget, Lipdonj in Bottles, Price 39* 6d. where Venders may be'tapplied. Lady Hill figns her Name ~vgoH every Bottle3 an4   feid oaly atlnV. Bacu^Tt Ho�&� .. 1     Neathert are genuine.   

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