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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 5, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L. O   N   DO   N. ) Price Four Pence. From T U E S DAY,  Oct. 5, to THU R S D A.Y^ Oct. 7,   1796: 8895 WEDNESDAY, Oct. 6. From tbi LONDON GAZETTE. Vienna, Sept. 18. this morning his Excellency made the demand of the third Archduchefs, in marriage, with the Prince Royal of Naples. That Princefs has, in conference,, made a formal renunciation of all right of fucceflion to any cF the pofleffions of the Houfe of Auftria. The two marriages of the eldeft Archdukes will be fo-lemnized to-morrow. The King and Queen of Hungary, with the three youngeft Archdukes, will fet out for Franc-fort on the 23d ; and their Sicilian Majefties, with the two' new married couples, on the 24th inft.   '- Dre/den, Sept. It. M. de Meftmacher, the new Ruffian EnVo.y, is Arrived here, and has had an audience of the ElecW, to deliver his Credentials-. Bankrupts. John Tehgatt, of Sulphur Wells* in the parifli of Piinall, Yorklhire, jnnholdcr; to furrender Oct. 15, 16, and Nov. 16-, at eleven, at the Queen's-head, in Harrogate, Yorkfhire. Attorney, Mr. Frafecls Bedford, of Knarefbrough, or Mefii *Ulen, Furnival's-inn, London. John BenneJJ, of Ampthill, Bedfordshire, biker; to fot-render Oft. 15, 2.7, and Nov. 16, at ten, at the Kin|V irti'iS) in Ampthil!. . Attorney, Mr. Samuel Davi;, junior, in Ampihi#> or Mr. Gotobed, Temple. Thomas Howard, late of Wardour-ftreet, in the parifli of 'St. Jimo^ Weftminfter, Middiefex, coachmaker ; to fur-re.-idtr Oft. u, at fix, 12, at ten, and Nov. 16, at daven, at Guiidhalf, London-. Attorney, Mr. Cockcr> Nafiau-ftreet. Dividends to bt made. Thomas Wall and William Ball, late of the city of Briftol* ms'.tlters, brewers, and copartners 5 Oft. 29, at-eleven, at the Bufh Tavern, in Ccrn-ftieet, in the city of Briftol. Final Dividend. Richard MangnaM and Richard Faulkner, both of Sheffield, Yorki/iee, faftors, hardwnrcmen, auJ late copartners in trade j <&v. 1, at ten, at the Rein Deer Inn, in Sheffield. Final "Dividend. Thomas VcHam, of Oakham, Rutlandshire, dealer aid chapman; Oft. 30, at eleven, at the George Inn, in 0.ik-han&   Final Dividend. Jofeph Rirft, of St. Catherine's, Middiefex, mathematical inftrument-maker j Nov. ao, at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Final Dividend. James Coxwell) of Lower Brook-ftreet, Middiefex, apo- i thecary ; Dec. 1, at ten, at Guildhall, London. John Brown, late of Melford, Suffolk, foap-boiler ) Oft. �9, at'eleven, at the Anchor Inn, in Sudbury. William Taylor,   of Hemel Hempftead,  Hertford/hire, fliopkeeper; Oct. zi, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Philip Conftable and Redmond Barry, both of Birmingham, Warwickshire, faftors and copartnersOft. 26, at three, at Mrs.   Ann   Hobfon's, in Worcefter-ftrest,  Birmingham. Divideadt adjourned. Thomas Thorley, of Lombard-ftrect, in the city of London j Nov. 6, at n ne, at Guildhall, London. Stephen Thornhili, of Kingftoh upon Hull, filk-mercer and woollen-draper; Nov. 13, at five, at Guildhall, London. Certificates to be gritted. "Nicholas  Brady, 0/ Eaft Hanntngfield, near Great Bad-dmi-nated by the Sheriffs, was admitted to the office of Keeper of Ludgate, in the room of his late f.uher, Mr. John Newman, deceafed, and took the oaths accordingly. ft was referred to a Committee to confider of the beft mode to procure the Livery Companies attendance on Lotd-Mayor's Day next. The Court broke up at half after four o'clock. Mr. Cox, the Ruffian traveller, divides the Empress's day irito, hours of buiinefs, eating, and relaxation, but allows none for reflection-there are minds that cannot bear it. A great deal of buiinefs was done at the Admiralty-office yefterday, where the Board did not rife till after four o'clock. At an aflembly of the Mayor, Sheriffs, and Common-Council, the freedom at large of the city cf Cork has been uijanimoufly voted to Philip Cofby, Efq. Commodore of-his Majefty's fleet, and Commander in Chief on the Irith coaft, to be prefented to him in a lilver box. Extract of a Letter from Pcrtfmouth, O-cl. 4. " Orders are received for fitting the Britannia, of 110 guns, for a flag {hip, with the greatcftex-peditian.   Captain J. Doling, who put this Ihip into commiflion yefierday, was lat^-oire of' the Lieutenants of the Courageux, of y^'-gtfns, and was made Mafler and Commander in the late general promotion. He is now acting* Ptft on board the Britannia. " The command of the Quebec frigate, of 32 guns, fitting here for fea, is given to Captain the Hon. John Rodney, fon to Lord Rodney. " Admiral Barringtorv's flag is now flying on board the Formidable, of 98 guns, the Royal George being at prefent painting. " The Caflor frigate, Capt. Smith, is arrived at Spithead from Guernfey." The Chanceller having by accident heard of tn obfeure peifon in Yorkfliire, who had performed feveral cures in complaints -fimilar to thofe under which the Bifhop of Durham has long been lingering, has fent foj him by exprefs, that nothing may be omitted which may tend* to preferve a life of fuch importance to his numerous family. The Bifliop's complaint is pronounced to be a kind of internal cancer, from the pain of which he occafionally fuffers the molt excruciating torture. The expences attending the firft introduction to the Biftiopric of Durham are fo great, that it is well known amongft his friends, Bifhop Thur-low has not yet faved any thing for his family from his laft preferment. The mufical performance which took place at MifUey, on Friday laft, reflected great honour on its patron, Lord Galway, who, with a generofity peculiar to that Nobleman, paid the falaries of the performers, with every contingent exp:r.ce, and appropriated the entire receipts to the eftablifhment of Sunday Schools, and other purpofes of charity. As fuch an infiance of liberality as this has feldom occurred, we hope it will produce a food effect, by inciting our Nobility and men of fortune to fimilar adls of charity and benevolence. A punning Upholfterer in Bond flreet, who is faid to be the fon of a Fort Major, |was found the other day by an old acquaintence fewing bed-ticks together. Ah! fays the viator, " Do I find the fon of a great Soldier with a needle and thread in his hand inftead of a fuzee} " Why, remarked the Upholfterer, " Don't l.fliew clearly by that my difpgfidon to tack ticks ?" An accident of a fatal and melancholy nature happened a few days ago at Tal y cafn Ferry :- Lord Lcnfdale and hie Suite had juft crofted the water, and were landing, when the capitern of the boat Suddenly flew cut, and, unfortunately hitting his Lordfliip's gentleman on the back, (fo forcible was the velocity) it killed him on the Spot. The impreJfion made upon his Lordfhip's mind, from this accident, is not to be exprefled; inftead of purfuing his intended tonr, he returned immediately after giving the neceflary orders for the funeral. On Sunday evening, a little after eight o'clock, as Mr. and Mrs. Cowlyn, and his filter, were returning to town in a poft-chaife,. they were flopped by two footpads on Wimbledon-Common, who came to each fide of the chaife, opened the doors, and demanded their money and watches ; they received between 20 and 30 (hillings, untied Mrs. C.'s cloak and took it, and endeavoured to Snatch his.Sifter's.� They had each a cutlais, were well dreffed, and Seemed very much confufed. They cut one of the driver's hands much. On Monday, at the Public-office, Bow-ftreet, an inhuman., wretch, the fervant of Mr. Bond, a fanner at South Mimms, was committed for trial, foe inhumanity to a horfe of his mailer's, by violently beating him about the head with his whip, and nearly tearing out his tongue. The Rev. Samuel Heyrick, m, A. of Trinity College, in Cambridge, is prefented by Earl Spencer, to the Rectory of Brampton, near Dirig-ley, in Northamptonftiire, void by the death oS the Rev. Samuel Rogers. MARRIED. J On ThurSday laft, at St. Mary Magdalen, BermondSey, Mr. Thomas Flowers, of Rotherhithe, to Mrs. Mary Wbitaker, oS Bridewell HoSpital.-On Monday, at St. James's Church, Lord Shuldham, to Mrs. Harcourt, of Englefield-green, Surrey.-AtFareham, in Hants, "Francis Burroughs, Efq. to Mrfs Read, daughter of John Read,' Efq. of Eaft Cams-On Tuefday laft, at St. George's Church, Hanover-fquare, Mr. Robert Kennedy, of New Bond-flreet, - to Mifs Wiggins, of Great Wakering.-On Thurfday laft, Mr. Charles Froft,. of Ealt Bergholt, in Suffolk, to Mifs Msria Hardy.-James Marratt, Efq. banker, of Manninguee, t� Mifs Grace Phillibrown, of Millley. DIED.J On Wednefday, at Lambeth-Marfh, Lieut. C. Seymour Lynn, of his Majeily'sNavy.- On Saturday, at Whitchurch, Hants, in the 83d year of his age, John Kirby, Efq. many years fteward to the Earl of Portlmouth ; his death is truly regretted by all who knew him-The Same day, aged 61, John Gale, Kfq. of Church-ftreet, Pa'ddington, late of Jermyn-ilreet, St. James's. -The fame day, in the 79th yearof his age, Edward Grubb, Efq. of Fiftimongers-hall.-On Friday laft, at his houfe in Great George-ftreet, Weftminfter, John Jones. Efq.-^Saturday evening laft, fuddenly, at his apartments, in Barbican,' by the breaking of a blood veflel, Mr. Halifax Lowe, of. Sadler's Wells, in the 29th year of his age, only fon of the late celebrated Mr. Lowe, of Marybone-gardcns. BAYLEY and LOWE, Perfumers, CockSpur-Street, beg leave to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry, that Hemet's Essence of Pearl and Pearl Dentifrice for the Teeth and Gums, will continue to be prepared in the fame manner as in his life time, and 1 by the- fame perfon who always prepared it foe htm ; and will be fold wholefale. and retail as uSual at their {hop in Co5kSpur-ftreet, and retail by their appointment at Mr. Newbery's Medicine Warehoufe, No.-45} St, Paul's Church-yard; by Price, arid Son, in Leadenhall-ftreet ; and Mr, Seaman, No. 62, New Bond^ftreet. price zs. tjd. each, Stagips included. ' N. B. None are genuine but what have a Label, with the Words, " Bayley and Lowe, CockSpur-ftreet, London," parted on each bottle and box. [2185 To Gentlemen Shooters. As Mr. Mellor keeps no open lhop takes this method of informing them he hath now got feveral twisted-barrel Guns finifhed, that he hath juft bored on his late.improved plan, that no gun in Englaftd can excel them, for (ho6t-ing. As there are Some of them, not two feet Th>the barrel, is fure of the mark at 90 yards, J' and bury the {hot ia the wood. Any Geiftle-man may fee them tried in an.open field clofe to his Manufactory, near" Whitechapel Turnpike, London, where he bores any found barrel for Two Guineas to Ihooc the fame, and with lefs ricoil, which makes the. barrels much ilronger than before. Note. No letters willie received as above but what have paid the portage. L2+32 Dr. GOW-L AND's celebrated genuine LOTION. For curing all SCORBUTIC and other HUMOURS in the FACE and SKIN, AS faithfully prepared for feveral Years from his . Recifes; by Mrs. M. �. VINCEN'f, at No. 4, Dx.i?s-Streec, Grofvenor-S^MJie, is by licfr Ifccially appointed  to be fold by Mr. Bacon, a: his Medicinal Warehoufc, No. 150, Oxford-Street (and no where clfe in London), in Pint Bottles at 53. 3d. and Qu:irtsat ics. 6d. legally Stamped, with ample Direftions for Ule, and many refpc�Uhle Cafej �f ^uies annexed. Airs. Vincent ferioufly aflures the AfHJQed, that there is hot in all Nature a more eiEcacicus and innocent Remedy fur Difeafescf the Skin, than this Lotion, whether in the Face crj^ any other Part. It is ns P.cpellant, butacts by gently openin^W the Pores, and dulcifying and ejetrkfting the morbid Virus * latent in the Cutis.   Ladies and Gentlemen who hare beca tormeuted with busied Faces, and clftinate Eruptions,- for many Years, baffling ever/ attempt of the Faculty, Sea Bathing, and the mod celebrated Mineral Waters, have bcea fpeedily and happily cured by this very elcgaataad fafe Preparation of Vegetables. To  the  P-u BLIC, The Reputation cf, an-l Demand for, this Lotion, having . induced a Perfon, whadcclir.es avowing his Refidonce, and adopts the Deiulion of a voluntary Oath, neither cognisable nor puniihab!e_ by the Laws i-.gainfi Perjury, to attack >fhe Authenticity of m$ Lotion, If el myfelf called upon to.Sate to my Friends and the Public, th.;t I have, for the Ij}fpe6tioa of thofe Ladies and Gentlemen who wiih to purchaf? Dr. Gowland's Lotion, the ra'oft unequivocal Pwofj that my Lotion is genuine, and the ilune as prepared by Dr. Gowland in his Lifetime; and particularly, that it is prepared in th^ moft careful Manner, from the moft fele&ed Articles to b= procured. Further, I have, for the Infpe&ion of the AlHicTed, the moft refpeftable and well-authenticated Cafes of Cure, with Celerity and Safety ; prefenting more real Confolation *a them, and, perhaps, more itrongly confirming my PofleiHon of die original Recipe, than a Volume of Affidavits, or evea the moft authentic written Teftimony. As the fallowing Note, from a Gentleman of the Faculty, is fliort, to the Point, and written two Years fir.ee, I have felecjed it for Publication. M.  E. VINCENT. (COPY) June 29, 1788. Dr. MAXWELL'S Compliments wait on Mrs. Vincent;' begs leave to acquaint her, that having had Occalion ro  obferve the Efficacy of her Dr._Gowland's Vegetable Lotbn,-particularly in a Cafe of a nsft violent. Eruption of the Face, when it was ordered with the moft happy Effects, he takes this Opportunity of acknowledging die very great Utility at" that valuable Remedy. %* The Stamp, affixed to every Bottle, is figned by Mrs. M. E. Vincent, and Mr. Eicon, as Vender, as the beft pjflible 'left of Authenticity to the Purchafer.        [1024 For the LEPROSY, SCURVY, and all CUTANEOUS and ERUPTIVE DISORDERS, The genuine ESSENCE of WATER DOCK. Invented by the late.SIR JOHN HILL, M. D. And nov: faithfully prepared from his MS. Recipes by his Relitt ir.d Executrix,'the Hon. LADY HILL, at her Houfe in Ourzon-Street, Berkeley-Square, London. THIS ESSENCE of WATER-DOCK, is prepared frwu: a Plant, indigenous to this Country, called the great Water Di.ck, being a very pure and perfect Solution of its inner Rind, and is ai abfolute fpecific Cure for the S'.-urvy, in every Stage, Condition, and Degree of thac Difeaie, and this with die nwft perfect Innocence, fjr it cannot repel ; nor has it any of the dangerous Effects of Mineral Preparations, Mercury being unknown in the Compofitiun. Whclher the Scurvy be d the eruptive Kind, or latent in* the Habit, thi; E'i":nce is always confiftcnt in its Operatinn .nd Effects. Its firft-iiff-.rt is by infenfible Perfpiration, thereby opening the obftruch-d Pores, .and giving P.>/Tage to the offending Humour ; and, where the Difordcr is virulent, Nature is further ailifted by a more than ordinary Difcharge of Urine.    - , . " No particular Regimen or Preparation ic required by this Medicine ; it is of the vegetable KJr.gd-jm folely^ and perfectly anfwers the-old Greek Chancer of it, � That few Medicines are moretfTectuil, none more innocent." Further, it is pleafant, ftfengthening, and revivirg ; it clear* the Complexion, gives Spirits, and comforts t' acon, at fch Medicinal Warche-ufe, No. 150, Oxford-ftreet, London, ia Bottles Price 3:. 6d. where Venders may be fupplied. There are alfo, J?ottlej (containing more than Seven at �. 6d.) Price One Guinea each j thefc are only fold at Mr. Bncon's Houfe. N. B. Lady Hill figrs her Name upo>! every Bottle; and � W. Bacon," as Vender, is whcta by hiao upon every g^p.  Nj other* are genuine. [lSo9   

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