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Publication: General Evening Post October 9, 1790

General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 9, 1790, London, Middlesex "H!"!UH he General ( L O Price Four Pence. AtUlDAY, Oct. to TUESDAY Oe?r. Oct. MONDAY, Oct. 21. /��#* the LONDON GAZETTE. � touted's-Palace, Otf.jf.,, ^^S^^cr ii-y HE Queen bias been pleafed - * to appoint John C.ew- T ) flade, Efqi to be Genr P*To��ade, Efc. and tleman U&er of thePrivy Chamber to her Majefty, ia tite-Steam of the, late GeneralWynyard j John f/t> Siriith,'*rq. to be Qen-r rien^'f�wcajlyWai-ter,-iB^e *eojtn pf^ohn Moteflvorth, Efij. oa G-nt!emau U%er Quarterly Waiter in the room of Join Smith, Efq. -Ofite, Dublin CaftU, Q#t i. His Excel-lency the Lord Lieutenant has been pleafed to fign a \�-arran appointing John Athenleck, Efq; one cf the Six Commiflaries of the Mailers in this kir^dom, "in the room of George Frederick Win-ftgnley, Efq; refigncd. Naples, Sept.'tq. A current of kva hte broken eut from near the Crater of Mount Vefuviu* and has run a considerable way down the fide of the . in-untain towards Pompeii j bat this eruption is hjt attended with any alarming fymptoms. L&cn, Sept. 2z. "The Qjieen ef Portugal has pobmhed a law for annulling the territorial judicatures which were annexed to great privilejrgi. V___r x r  ......... ^ aivn^n ntkrf WHHlgM to the eftates of the Queens, the Houfe of �ra-ganza, the Infamado, the Military Ordars, Grandees, Clergy of every denomination, and other Lordfhips and Granteesj at the fame feparatiog the extenfive temporal jurifdi&ion of the Archbifhop of Braga from the ecclefiaiticaj, and fubmitting all thefe feparate temporal privileges, which were exempted from the authority of the Queen's Officers of JufHce, to the jurisdiction of the Courts of Juftice, Magiftrates; and Officer? belonging to the Crown. Berlin, Sept. z6. His Pruifian Majefty arrived here from fireilaw yeilerday morning in perfect health. Frankfort, Q8. 3. On Tburfday laft came ton the election for a King of the Romans, in the Worn of the late Emperor. All the ufual ceremonies were obferved with great Splendour and �w.ftai�cerice. the three Eccjefiaftical Electors unapirrouAV made choice of for that elgnnyV mc i\ew. tHrSted &ng will make his formal entry into thus. to.vn tomorrow, and take the .oaths to ob-fcrve the capitulation. iPsr-Ofiee, 03. oth Regiment of Foot, fyfrgn Thomas Walcott ta.be Lieutenant, by purchafe, vice Iorentz Greenholme, who retires* "Ditto, Edward Draper, Gentleman to be Enfign, vi�e Thomas Walcott. Ditto, Lieutenant Rodwrt A. Farmer, from' the Half-pay of* the 60th Remanent "to be Lieutenant, vice J. Bardr, who eKenangca. STAFF AT JAMAICA. Major *�boma� Garth, of the 2d Rcprftent of - Drsgoon Gaardj, to be Deputy Quarter-Mafter General to the Fdrces in Ja.-aSifct, With the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in �the ar�y, vice Benjamin Chapman, appointed Lieutenant Colonel of :he Royal Irifh Regiment of Foot. -INVALIDS. Quarter-Mafter Thomas Srnith> from, the 6th Regiment of IJagoons, to be Enfign in Captain John Crofton's Independent Company at Gaernfey, vice Thomai Greatley, removed to PmifmoMtb. 2nf�gn Thomas Greatley, from the Invalids at Guernfey, W be Enfign in Captain Benjamin Craven's Independent Company at Portfmouth, vice Thomas Smelt, deceafcd. GARKfsON OF PORTSMOUTH. Lieutenant William Grant, of the late 41ft Regiment of Invalids, to be Town Major, vice Thomas Smelt, deceafed. RETURNS OF CORN AND GRAIN, From Sept. 20 to Sepfc J$> Average Price j�er Quarter. 1. s� d. * '4 S t s 6 116 I l 1 9 1 iz 10 Robert Cwrtf*!*";�r%r xt WiiwSetfer, jrocer-, OcV acy-atieo, RCuilAuB, Xdateu . . John ffarweo^iw* m lace of Colhim-ftreet, London, ftiiqhw J Nov. %, !aftent -at CwUhall, London.. ,f MTrHkaa Barfly of 09ejt%ur-ftre�, Middlefcx, e�-gdver i Q?tm �j� at ten, at�uildhafi, London. Henry fiart, of �onthmpt�H hatterdaiher fluttioer{ O&. a, at ten, at GuiUhatl, Londoa. Ctrifficate to 6* granted. Join Harris, �f Pottfmocth, Aopkeeper; on or before Oft. 30. Sinct �*r lafkjftri'vtd the Mailt from HoIlaad>iB*� ,'u . Flanden. Ctmffanting, jbg. 8. Ten thoufand men;are fntjvV^t. fci. The ^ranlaQ courier who was fent Irony Racfeesbath to Peterlburgh, where he was to ft^y t$ daysv \mt paffed through here ] in his way back. We fince feart^that Ruffia will not agree to ghf� the Crimea baci to the Porte I and it is laid, that if this is confirmed-, the forces under Genera! Henckel will pufh forward toCour-land, and thole under General Ufedom willteardk to the frontiers of Eaft Pruflia. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, 6&. 8. Arrrive*, and failed for the River, the Veflus, Coffin, from the South-Sea; Salerno, Trerwfit, fro� Nice $ Britannia, Leifhman, from Oporto} Hope^Atk'pfon, from Bourdeaux j and petfey, Storey, from Rigv ^^Y" mouth. Carne down, and failed, tbe Fanny, ProuOng, for Mo,jadore J St. George, Willianrfbr*, and Thomas^ and Sally, Bridgcr, for Lifton j DuehefVof Cumbefrland, Brown, for Oporto ; and Charlotte, Smeaton, far Dnblin. Remain in the Dotos bis Majefty's fiiips Pomona, Scout (loop, Alarm andPyl Owch ihips of War, and Blitterfwyk, Thomp-fon, for Batavi^f'; Wind W. S. W. Dtal, Oil. 9. '' Came down, and failed, with the Dutch -A-.*TJ^-- ,u?��l- ..the Harvey's Defire, lane, St.mpfon, and Aftrea, Horner, toTW^ULii , -I Duke of York, Lees, tor Mogadon-. Remain in the Downs his MaieftyV flirt Ponwna, Scout Hoop, and Btitterwyk, Thompfon, for^tavia. Wind W. . Gravifcnd, Off; 8. Paffed by the Thame?> Jones> (fbra Newry ; Coalition, Witherington, from Pillaw; Refolution, Langley, from Rllga ; Commerce, Pal Tier, from Bourdeaux J Nbrfblk, Potts, /romMemel; Spring. Ellerby, from Archangel j London, Merchant, Dunn, trom Rouen; Content, On*, tiastt Norv/ay ; ana* Phwnix, Sheppard, from Camp-vere. *--, Sarley Beans - Malt - Cat* - Peafe - Rye - Jtape Seed Wieat - Ouarters. Price* --i;-- *� d. "S3 �5*3 x* 3 4340 3 1 1?4� S33I �5 0 399* ^.JJO 0 10 �S3 � 4 695 16 8 S564 6S93 lt ro 3 11 BJNKR UPT. "George Warriner, of Manchefter, taylor; to furrecder Nov. 5, 6f and 10, at three, at George Haywood's, the Buck, in jlfancheftex. Attorniea, Mr. Duckworth, Manchefter, or Mr. G. AdamSj Budge-row, London. Dividends to b* made. William OrtOB, of^tJnion-ftreet, Bifliopfgate-ftreet,'Lon-wion, dealer and drapman; Nov.13, � five, at Guildhall. ' ' Sue bank Giles, cS Long-aere, Middlefex, coachmaker) Nov, 3, at trn, at G�ildha!I, London.  John Whitehead the younger, of Birmingham, button--Hlwiker J -Dec. I, at ten, at Guildhall, London. George Chriftopher Degen, of Exeter, merchant j NoV. ��Q,'�t eletien; *t SwVe's Wine Cellar, in the ^crge-matktt, 5?(rtn, LONDON. Yeilefday the King, Qoeen, and PrJncefTes, attended morning fervice in the private Chapel, Windfor-Caftle, and after a walk on the Terrace returned to the Queen's Lodge to dinner. St. George's Chapel continues frill fhut up, but is expected to be open before the prefent month expires. The Marquis del Campo, the Spanim Ambaf-fador, went to Carleton-houfe on Saturday to have an audience, which was prevested by bis Roya) Highflefc the Pjrince of Wales bein^ out of town. His Roya) Higtmdi the Prince of Wales &t off on Saturday afternoon from Carieton-houft for Brighton.  On Saturday afternoon a board of Treafury was held, at which were prefent, Mr. Pitt, Lordf Bayham and Apfley, and Mr. Elliot; Mr. Rofe and Mr- Steele, Secretaries ; thebufinefs was �&id to be the tontine, which is poftponed until the Earl of Mornington comes to town, when a full Board will be held, to take it into further confide* \ ration. Lord Robert Fitzgerald and Monfieur de Ca-lonne had a a private interview with Mr. Pitt on Saturday, at his houfe in Downing-ftreet. The arrangement for the guards is finally ffladf^, Three battalions, the firft of each of the three regiments, are ordered immediately for foreign fervice. The companies are to be com- pleated K^TS men �ach fw>m the other batta- i. grtGeneral Garth is fixed on to have the 1 COQiman^ tni --�-.-.-*---:-"~b? J fafledlwenBTeriw^ei-. Tnft atcbont w4slujBa^, to the Admiralty by Captain MoHop, but it is yet doubted. On Wedneftay next die Oriaance Board nave give&BAttce* tf^willcott^ to a great amount, vni.jht that purpose fee maaofitduren in that fkranch afe dircAed to'attej^. .On Saturday morning arrived at tbe Gefcettl rat-Office one Lifboa nuiL beought to Falmouth { by; the Hanover P^ket Boat, Mr. Sawls, Com-ttrjaler, aftem ftdBtftot iy days. 'fte W[anover�on t^hf "eyth of September, fpoke a I>�ch Brw in hL +iLto, )o%. 13^ ^outieveo da^� fromLilhon, aa fti Tpoke, to the Weftward of ScDIy, i brig put 4a days from Leghorn, and bound for London. Mr. Mac Mahon was the only paflen^er home ia the Hanover, except two diftreifed Bntilh fub-jeds feat hone by the EnglHb Conful at Ufbon. By the Hanover we learn, that on the rfith of j September, his Majeftys floop Bulldog, Captain Phyun, armed at Lwon in sine days from Gi- ; braltar. A Portugnefe man of war of 74 guns, and a frigate, returnee to Litbon the fame day from a cruize, and brought account, that the Spaoifh fleet, con Citing of upwards .of 30 fail of the line, wad, on die rj^w1^4* V*�- 1 v"fteeii^9jtlr.*ifin* tf:W.fr\vvti to the SoutWard. Alfo that a frigate ^rtved the fame ti^he from R^p.-4et Janenoy which brought advkt? from thente, that zv^rp f i6>e;. s *iTw fi�e wife and benevolent in-ten�6A;jn^gh|^br ffill farther extended. If every houfe w^a* built with parapet walls, and flat gut* ten coflwaittcitigg from roof to roof, the lives, and itn^j^nunibers. would be preferved. Where fuch meajas of afcape are not provided, and where fires co^napjfnce in the lower parts of houfes, the imoft disp^ptbli' cohfequeaces are fcarcely to be avoided. . In thu^hnprovents that have been made in the choir of Litchfield Cathedral, Mr. Wyatt appears to havje be�h infoirei with the true Gothic genius; his prjjamepu a� fight, and completely concur to make oite elegarrsrwndle. His ornaments axe of the cfefOcal Gothic archkeAure, and are employed with^re ftric^.tafte. The eaftern windows &vt ' *>fhv h"*- fbfv rpaY ^jgT^ aadjwhatftp of �p� year* ocpafioefcadftpub-Gtftg* pWawBjMfc' �f, * Be breakikft at ta*~ We, andlfterally trouble. . ; TheoMn^. whenhearriveaV i met wiA fome obitrnaioa hfl road dirt, which he jomt^irrtf, ^then who laid tbeirbetr againft him infilled om W----' back, \vlScfc-he- conpfied wi^ uAt ftanding, wa^focc�fsful. V 5 ^ 0� Sahrlfda* morwng, baftecfen tmMtA 4kte� nonfe, w� * great quaatsty �T Hoar, great ^dlm M^g-hott/k mi furju|B�c.. Map* Tf*4M Qu&* of #&tm of dragwn^gtsrjaa, is appointed e line and three frigates ha^e T^l^tor, Pearfon, of MarypttrvtT^kliF^f Hamngtop, near Maryport. A fad accident happened the other night in Bilhop%ate-ftreet. Asthe MARRIED.] On Thmfiay hff, at^OiifS. wick.^thti�ch, T. Rjchardfon, Eiq. agssd ,44, cf ^"ornhamvgreen, W Mrs. Hook, aged co^fridoar -FA��^, at St. Paneras cbxa&^)Sentf Playford^ Efqi of Gray'sjlna, to Mrfi ^ehtTd--fin, of Percy-frTeeR^aJiir Arjr, Mk* John lUibrnfon, brewery �T ^Tooley-Ariet, to Mjfe Sufannah Bedden, of 0ubvie%^Friday laft* at &t. Mary Magdalen, Bermoadfiy, Mr. Jofeph Harvey, tanner, of the Grange, to MHs jane Davis, of Bermondfey-ftreet.-  DrED.] On Sunday morning, at his houfe iit Scoriand-yard, Whitehall, Kenton Kpnfe, Efqj of his .Majetfy** Office of B^ajd.;^f., Works.- Vefterday fe'enight, after a.fingering iUnefs, in Chapel -ftreet) Grofveaor-fqaare, Lteufc l^gertott, of the Royal regiment of ArdUe^.^Thurfday fe*nnight, at Rendalv id Weftsaorland^ the R$v. James Backhoufe, S. T. B. a fenior FjeBow of Triuit^CoHege, Cambtidge, C^noellor of the diocefes of Bnfiol and Peterborough,} a�d Reder of Scotter, in Lincolnffiire.-r-Qn t^e j^i infi. �l Paris.^bf a pnuid fevet, itv.tbe atd^Vittrof hie Iter IHPBV o>umjf w*-4-w~^-�ry-'-rrr~ UNITED BENEPtT SOC^tlESv PURSUANT to Adjournment, tf^Cornrrrkwe 'met foe the further DiTpatcK^3^k�aVanfa^K re- -ceivisg the Addrefs, and S^bfcriatkmi, from other Socixtlis, they appointed Mr. ST� VBKTOrf^of Ely-Pbafe, Holbony to be their Solicitor for coattucjtinjg their, Application to fr>r> liament�i - -  They then voted theft Thanks t� the Prefidont, Jbr bis fteady and polite Attention, and to the Vic�r*tefident, for his great Exertions and Zeal in the Bufinefs ofriie Coramijree, and adjourned to Wednc The Chair will be taken at Erght o'Clock precifely. Subfcriptions a(e atfo received at Meff. Lefevre and Co's, Bankers, CornHlL. [a4S7 PHILANTHRO: IC SOCIETY. AT a General Meeting of this Society, held on?the 19th. ult. , His Grace the pUKE of LEEDS in the .Chair, A rb^:oi:Coaftittitiori was prefented and unapiniSwDy approved. 4>\ >'�>-��* The foUawiAg Noblemen and Gentlemen weie confirmed, and appoin|pi as Officers and afCommittee of this Society 1  ' VICE - PRESIDENTS, * ' i^L. Aight Honourable Earl of Ajflesfbrd, Right Honourable Wfcounf Butk-iy, Eijjht Honourable Vifcount Cri^aoiite, likmpurabfe Philip AUexman Sir James Sanderfos, " GeorgY^nwge,'Ef^ M. P. Lieutemint-deneieaIrRair�ford, M. P� ' rafijw'.sS^Sfi BB>; '  1 COMWITTEST2 Rev. Dr. Jackfou,' fame* Arbourn, ,^f<}. . Ir. George Adams, Mr. Henry Adams, Mr. Cruickfliank, Mr. Hun^ ^ Dr. Lettfom, T'rwrdftWbberr, Efo, Tame* Martin, td{. M� P. k JPAng�fte|n,. Efi . Sarnuef JSe . Jdhhitlarinanr^L.^-Thomas fehabaj Mfq. '� William Browaet/E% < ^ Jeren^ahBeiBi^ ifq. ~ Henry fack&n, Eia. JohnSwaik, Elj. Abraham Winterbottom, E^, Revertod Mr. Aguttet, Revcjend Mr. Bion^ Mr.'Hutton. ..... a*uMUU( Edward; Gate Boldern, E/q; Traaftter. fT,T.Prittlurd, K.^^ Kev. Of�. <9*m^��te* Supeji^tentJanti M. Tboma�RaabH, Ste*�d^ , ... "'" *tcwatu*. - saroa uuaitaK, .aont, ama^ and Stapiea i-otnnui. Sir Robert Herrtes and Co. St. VesS frreet Sir Jtfrw* Eidalie, Efdalle, md Efiiaile, l�nbsrd� Meff. B�ldcjo, Ady, LafUagtoo, W Boidexo, CorrMl. Mefli ThtunasCoatt^ and Co. Strasa. MtADacrJtns. Melo, Martin, aftd HS�tifo�, rmeb^lane, Meff. RanfomV MoKland, and H;rtnroer%|. Pa�-��aU. Meff, Hoarr, Fleet-{rreet. '^vf-. . Sir James Sanderfon, R. Harrifon, FilljaWfj *<*5?K. aot

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Publication: General Evening Post

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Issue Date: October 9, 1790

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