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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 12, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O D   O -H-f Prict Four.'Pence. From TUESDAY,  Oct. 12.  to  T HU,R. S DA Y,  Oct. i4j 1790. WE Ei NE8D AY, Oct. 14. Frm~ibe london (jazette. Warsaw, Sept..24. ONSIEUR de Bulgakow, " "nifier. at Con/tan-tioopJe.frora Ruflia, ar- '' Y rived here about ten days h^^&F*7^''" and pfe" fente^ to "Hi�� his creden- ' ^ferCl?, ONSIEUJ ^SfiNd^' late Mini wMu)iM 'Ml-:* y^Frjt thh in quality of Envoy fr^-i" Extraordinary and  Mi-i)9fer Plenipotentiary from th.it Court. Vienna^ iS^sr. 25. TheRulEan Arobaffador received on Fjiday laft, from Bender, the news of a ebhfiderable advantage gained by the Ruffian fleet over.that of: the Captain Pachaw in the Black Sea. The engagement began on the 28 th ultimo, between the Ifland of Tendros and Codgia Bay. The Turkifh Admiral's fhip, the Capitania of 74. guns, was blown up, another of 66 gans, containing 600 men, and a third veiTel containing abo men, were taken by the Ruffians. Befides which the whole of the Turkifh fleet was very touch damaged, and entirely, difperfed. Thelofs of the Ruffians did not exceed twelve men.' - Hague, OB. 8. The Hereditary Wince of Brunfwick arrived here on the 6th infant, and yefterday had a^Levee at the Prince Stallholder's Pakce, where his. Serene Highnefs received the compliments of the feveral Members of the Corps Piplomatigue, and of the States General, and of inany other Perfons of Diftin&iori, afl'embled from the different province* of the Republic to attend ihe public fetes and ceremonies, which are to take place in. a few days. CommiJJions in the Leicefterfture Regiment ef Militia, Jtgntd by th'e Lord Lieutenani. John Cooper, Gentleman-, is appointed to be Lieutenant'.   Dated May 7, 175b. ; Dividends ti 3e made* , Jphn Shakefliaft arid High Stirrup, of Cateaton-ftreet, London, lyholefale fuieB-drapers and partners; Nov. 8, at tfrelve,,at.O&ijdifejl, London,   Final Dividend. James SaAnders, of HighwQvth, Wiles, cheefe-fa∨ Nov. if3', at ten, at GuildfeaU, London., Final Dividend. ;  Edward Pierce, of. the town ofWeftbiiry, Wilts, money -fcrivener j Nov. 1, at twelve, at the White-lion;, inBroad-fteetj in the city pf Bri�ul.      ... Ricbard Hilditcji, late, of Newnbam, Gloucefterfhire> mer-thant; Nov. 3, at twelve> at Guildhall, London. Final Dividend.  -  � Thomai Fielder, of Great Surry-itreet, in the pariih of thrift Church, Snny> merchant; Nov/ iji' at-eleven, at Guildhall, London."  Final Dividend.  James Bazley and William Barley, of the icityof Briftol, hatter* and topartners ; Nov. 3, at four, at the Rummer Ta- -Vcm','* in 'AU Saints-line, in the city of Briftol;   * �'� . .Edward Whitefide, late of Lancafter, merchant and corn-Fa&or} Nov. o> ateleven', at the Grapesi'in Lancafter.* Final J>ividend. , " Wifitam Hopkmfou ari3 George Smith, both of the towr^of Nottingham, curriert, leather-cutters, and partners ; Nov. 5, at, eleven^ at the.Blackrrioor's-boad, in Nottingham.. Wilfiam Pratt, of Wantage* Berks, fcrivener; Nov. 5J St teir, at the Crofs Inn, in the city of Oxford. George Pears, of the Bbrottgh -Hisfl-ftreet, "Snrry, mcr-Cer j Nov.-8, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. George Lewis Kohn, ,of Londdn-frxeet, in the city ofLon- J dart, merchant 5 Nov. %, at eleven, at Guildhall, London.    ' James Langda'ic the elder, and James.Langdule. the younger, 4f Northallerton-,  York/hire, - grocc-rs and copartners <; Nov. '4, at ten, at.Guildhall, London.   3^-hal &ivr<5en  attcrr, at Guild-i>alV London.   Final Diviaead. Jarnes Purfcr, offiackacy, Middlefex, brewer } Nov. 13, at ve, at Gorji*iall, London. Dividanis adjourned., Peter Wbitefid^ of Bread-ftreet-buMngs, LondAa, mer-thant; Dec. r� at ten, at.Guildhalt, fcondon. Jofeph Brovrtt, of Gracechu-ch-ft'rtfet, London, raeicjiant ; Nov. 13, at five,-at'Giiilihaft, London. James Rofe, of-Sfrlith's-huildings, Leadenhall-ilreet, Lon-!don, mero>iai�:;5 ^JoV. 16, at five, at Guildhall. �   "ll'anr'Lightfoot, of Wigton, Cumberland, rn-mey-fcrivener, j �iftow a priibrier in CurlJlle jail;) Nov, i6, jX five, at Guild- 11 hall, London. ' ...   (Jertijitatts- to h'granted. Thrimas Crockett, of Knowle, iiithe patifli of Hasnptoa xi Arden, Warwick{hire} isnholdsr } on �r before Ntiv. 4.  Samuel Peake, late .of BloomAurys Middlefex, but now of Suftbrd,. StafEordfiiire, flioemaker; on or before Nov. a. George Folingfty, late of. Inner Temple-lane, in the city of London,:-ftioemaker} on or before Nov. 2. Tejherday arrived the Mails from Holland and Flahdcri. ' Vienna, Sept. 25. Vefterday morning early a jneffenger arrived at Court, with difpatches from '.General Baron de Vins, Comtnaoder in Chief in Croatia. They are faid to contain accounts that the Turks have broke-the truce> and attacked our. forces'in thofe parts. We have accounts that the Auftrian troops at. ^emlin are agattl fortif>ving themfelves, and that; the regimenij upaa-sbe Hungarian/ frontiers keep iheir pofition, although they* Jttd received orders to prepare to march back. The reafon of this is Jfaid tabe that vi? ceflation of' anhs"has taken place there, and that the Turks infift thatjelgradc ifcali firft be evacuated and delivered over to them. We have no account fro^Dj the Ruffian army. L -O  N   D   0  n,^_ HOUSE  of   L O R D S, .Tuesday, Ot7. It. At three his Grace the Duke oF Leeds,, and. the Archbifliop of Canterbury* ,met, in the Houfe of Lords, Mr. Oowpef, Clerk.of Parliament, and the other Qfficersi attending. Mr. Quarme, Yeoman Ulher of the Black Rod, was direfted to wait Upon the Houfe of Commons, to inform the Speaker that the Lords were ready to receive the Houfe, to'lignify his Majefty's commands fo� the further prorogation of Parliament to the 25 th of November next. Mr. Lee, the fecond Clerk of the Commons, immediately attended the Houfe of Lords, with Sir Charles Gould, Mr. Burgefs, Major Scott, Mr. Go�-don> the Hon. Mr. Ryder, Members of the Commons, attendants, Sec. approached the Bar. His Grace the Duke of Leeds then faid- " Gentlemen of the Houfe of Commons, " It is his Majefty's Royal will and pleafure, " that this Parliament be further prorogued from " the l zth of this month, to the 25th of November " next. You will hear the writ for the further " prorogation read by the Clerk."   , Mr. Cowper read the writ, after which the Commons bowed and retired. The Clerk and Members returned to the Houfe, and adjourned to the 25th of November next. SHIP- -NEW S. ZW, On. 11. -Arrived, nni failed for Hull,   the Port Merchant, Wilforf, from Oporto.  Came 6wt;,-and jfailedj ' the Sovmign, B?'tn,. f.k .Charier-Tov.-n ;� Three Sifters, Randall, for Gibraltar} and''Friends, Danie-1, for Tcnerifte. /j^jpr/.   Wi�LN. �t, * : - " -" On Monday night one of the King's Meffen-gcrs was difpatched from the Secretary of State's Oihce,. Whitehalli with letters foLord Auckland, his M?jelly's AihbafTador at the Hague. The Meffenger is to proceed from thence with difpatches to Jofeph Ewart, Efq; his Majefty's Envoy at Berlin. Yeiterday Sir William Faucitt laid a full flate-merst of the land forces in Great-Britain before their Royal Highnefles the Dukes of York and Gloucefter. The three' battalions of Guards ordered for foreign. fcrvice have directions not only to provide themfelves with tents and camp equipage/ but with funks and fods. Thefe are a fpecies of panniers for baggage horfes, and they indicate that they are to be employed on fome expedition in which they will have to rraVerfe a country. But two regiments of foot are now left in England, and Scotland-, befides the guards, and the regiment in Scotland is a mere Skeleton, as all the men were draughted into the 55th, previous to its embarkation at Leith. The 55th regiment, now in Edinburgh Caftle, has received orders to be ready to embark at Leith immediately for Portfmouth : and the regiment is ordered to." be augmented immediately to eight hundred men, b,ya draft of three hundred from the 35th regiment. The Commander in Chief has alio advertifed for 800 tons of Jhipping, to tranfpo-t them to London or Portfmouth. Six companies of the a.26. regiment are to replace it in Edinburgh CaiUe; The King gets nine thoufand a year by the death of the Duke of Cumberland, and the nation eight. His late Royal Highnefs had an income of twenty-three thoufand a year. At the fale of the late Duke :of Cumberland's Stud, Dido, which was got by Eclipfe, and in foal to "Highflyer, fold for eight hundred and ninety-two pounds ten millings; and a colt* one year old, got by Highflyer out ofsDido, fold for four hundred and.twenty pounds; Nina, which was covered, by the above, fold for the fame price. The Chelfea pensioners found, fit for fervice in Scotland amount to nine hundred and feverrty-feven men, who are ordered- for garrifon duty ; but all the corporals and ferjeants *re difmifled, there being no ufe for them. Capt. Sims,  of the  Elizabeth,  arrived  ajt BrilLd (after throwing part of the cargo overboard .in the Gulph), failed from Jamaica the 25th of July;   On the 5th of Auguft faw 19 fail, orte a Spahifh fhip of 40 guns, with four {hips under convey ; all the Englifh (hips making the beft of their way.   On the inh, at half pad twelve, was hailed by the Bahnit, Jackfon, of Liverpool, informing him they were on fhor�, * and at 35 minutes we llruck in two fathom water;    At four A. M. the wind varied to the N-. B� in a heavy fquall, the !htp drdve off" the reef with lofs of part of the falfe keel, and brought up with belt bower in three fathpm water.   Saw the Thetis, of Briftol,. an4 Nancy,  Butchery for Liverpool, aground to the Southward ; the Bannk drove off the reef,  and was obliged to come to.   On the 12th, in Iat. 25, 4- faw four fail clofe in with the reef.   On the-iyth the Abby, of Whitehaven, for Dublin, ran on tfiore at "five knots and a half, her hold full i.f water.   On the 19th got under way. with:xhe-Bannit, Jackfbn.   At five P.. M. faw two fhips on the reef, Cape Florida diftant Weft three leagues.   The fhips we took to be the Apollo, Cra}grand Edward and'George, Rainey, for London-;  they appeared upright,  and had fome of their fails bent.   The Nancy, Boucher, we. lef: in threfel &thom water, quite tight.   The Thetis and AT^jy'both Jo ft. \ Capt. ShnflV of.the Elizabeth alfo fpofee., on the 20th of:Septerrfber, the Favourite, and-the-Lady ..St. John,''fer^Qjje^sc. with troops, all weH, in -Uis 45. ?j-7. came on aj tnoft violent gale of wind-at S. E. by E. ' On the azd, in lat. 45. 12". long. 35-. 30. .'fboke the Agnes*. Yeoc4, �om St. .Thbmas'to Guernfey, Ota five Wieeks; had loft her bowfp'rit, binnade> and dompafs, on the zoth, in a hard gale of Wind. It is not ttn\ifiial to fee in feveral jjarts of the town> as alfo in the outlets-, ah intimation on fe-'veral hotyfes, to the following effeft :-" Licenfed .to fell beer and fpirits."-" This evening will be difcufl'ed feveral fubjefls on religious- topics, t6 conclude with vocal performances fuitable to the occaiion."-" Admittance fixpence, for which a tankard of beer, or a quartern of gin, will be given 1" The veffel that has been drifted into port, on board of which there was no living creature, and the . packages, upon opening, found to contain nothing but bricks and ruhbiih,- was infured to a very cdnliderable amount, by a gentleman who has ever been looked on as a highly refpcftable character, and who ftatcs that he was equally an obj"ecl of the intended impofition with the underwriters ; for that the veffel was fitted out -at a French port, .far the Mediterranean, and that he had received advice of her having on board particular articles, to the vahie of what he injured for, and which letters he has produced.- This has given fatisfaction as far as relates. to Mmfelf, but a committee of underwriters has ibeen appointed to fearch1 the-affair to the- bottom, and to endeavour to adopt fome mo:ie of preventing their being liable to fuch frauds and im-pofuions in future. Extra*? of a Letter from Chatham, 03: II. " Saturday the Leviathan, of 74 guns, was launched from this dock-yard, amidit a n urn ere us concourfe of ipeftators : among them were feveral officers of the army and navy, with the Hon. Colonel "Fox, Admiral Dalrymple, Sen. this day taken into the great dock to coppering /mimed." Orders are given for repairing the Audacious, Terrible�. Victorious, and Zealous,, of 74 guns eachi for immediate fervice*. They are all in ordinary at Sheernefs. Que of the King** frigates fent for repair to the private yard at North-Fleet, near Gravefend, was on Monday drasvn up into a dry chalk dock, by way of experiment, on a new machine invented for fuch purpfoe, which'anfwered well. The late fpring tides have been unufually high irt the river Thames. Af Rotherhith the dock-gates, at Mr. Butler's, fhip-builder, were blown up and broken to pieces in a very furprifing manner by the excefiive preffure of fuch a large body of water. . The SphynX man of war, Capt, Tripp, failed from Portfmouth on Monday with fealed orders. On Friday died, at his feat in Herefordfhire, in the 65th year of his age, the Right Honourable -Edward Harley, Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, Lord Harley, a Lord of the Bed-Charhber to his Majefty, Lord Lieutenant of the county of Radnor, a Truftee cf the Bricith Mufeum, LL. D. and F.R. S. Monday afternoon  a Lady,  very  elegantly drefted, was ilopped in the {hop of M-r. Schofield, linen diaper, in Coventry-ftreet, having fecreted her drefs feveral very valuable articles, while She was have her the lhopmen were attending other cuftomers. On Monday a poor man evidently famifhed * and in the laft ftru^gles of life, appeared in one 0^ the rece-fies of Weftminfter-bridgev and drew together a great crowd of affected and aftonifhed beholders!-Some money was collected for him ; but judging from every appearance it was im-poffible he could live to receive any advantage from the charity. He feemed to be-about thirty years of age, quite a ftranger to every one, and totally incapable of fpeaking to give any account of himfelf. DIED.1 On Wednefday, in Dublin, Arthur Forth, Efq. late Captain of his Majefty's Engineers^ Ireland. * . " monmouthshire:      ,".'.-' ASma^co'mpaJa FAR^M, in high .Ctilfiv^tionj, on'wh-'ch are a HouTe and'Clfrices, 8�W'd^XdjAtaet ojF a genteel I amiry ; -'T�y.>fK-ftnt'� ficaate, aa^r*in. *.-fdbA -Neigkbouifwad^ -. \il to \c tett, -^nd may h|f cnteroioa at PJeawre". '        .   . [a�44 Letters, Pokfetd, r$fy/&ki. to 'Mt. Villiam Joacaj Pantj= Gaitre, Manojouiiiihire'j -will be immediat-;!y anfwered. �'-*-' ......         . The Wiries may b.-. tafted lix Days prior to the Sale, and Catalogues had, by-appiyir.g to Mr. B-tiYicj!:, at tiu: Company's Wjrchoufcs,. inB-.lli:?r-iaiK, Leadcnhall-irreet.      [-4S1  * ,,., ... ...--,.....   ,.   . '"       . .-      ,:� UNIVEfciAL ACCOMMODATION.   * SUMS of MONEY to any Amonnt are expedU tloufly fupplicd on'BilU, Notes of Hind, Annuities (reV deemnbie at' Plea cr. C':nt. may be legally obtained, than any Co.lveyncer 1:1 ferighnd eanboaft. Ofnei.il H^aii til! fjur o'Cl-vk every Day, and thofe wh� wiih toconfult Mr. S.ingiler'on Butincfs a?t!iCirown Houfcs> may be waited ba act!ieri�rteft So^icp. [J451 To be SOLD by'private Contrafti Together or in Parcels, ALL that lar^e, commodious, and well-built INrN, fituate at LOV;-HARCJGATE, in the County rjf York, commonly called or kno%va by the Narrie of the, CROWN INN, with the Yards, Gar^s, Coach-Houfes, Stable.s,-Granaries, and other Out-Bu'.ldings thereto belonging } and alfo feveral Clofcs, I.-idcfures,' and Paltets of L.u-.dj thereto belonging, and therewith enjoyed, containing together 40 Acres, or thereabouts. The above Inn is neartil to ti.a.Sulphur Wells, aad th� moft doivenient of any Im: ir. L-.Av-Harogate, and never faiii el being full of ge-nteel Company in trie Summer Seafon. For Particu!ars apply to Mr. Jofeph Thackuray, the O^vnerj. MOT. "A.nan,'-Furuival's-Inn, Dor.don ; or at Collins an* Rj.chardi-3^'s Office>�� iri Jvnarcibar^hy Yorklhire.   �2464, Society for tbt Di/chtuge and Rehf of Persons im-.prijonedfor Small Debts. Craven-Street, Strand, Oc"bber 6, 1790ft J>ENEFACTIONS fihee the laft Report, viz. Ri^ht Honourable Lstd Romncy, PreGdent, John Julins Angjrfteine/Efq. per Secretary, James N�ld, Efq. Treafurer, -i- Mr. Frimatt, per DiTrien and C% - Hon. Mrs. Maribam, per Secretary,     - T. W. S. L. per Dorrien and Co,      - ^ per MciT.-s. Hoares,      ~ . \ .    kHEUMATISM and GOtJT. RANDOLPH NOTT, Flannel Draper to her Majefty, No. 101, Newgate - ftreet, London, Begs to recommend his real nine times dyed BLUE FLANNEL to the public as an excellent cure for the Rheumarifm and Gout, and which has met with the particular recommendation of one of the moil eminent Phyficians in this metropolis. The great reputation w,hich bis Flannel has fo juftly and univerfally acquired for its efficacy, and the Very extenfive fale in confequence thereof, has caufed other Hofiers to expofe to fale a Flannel of the fame defcription. All .pnrchafers will therefore be pleafed to obferirei that R. Nott will fign a direction, . to prevent inifUkes, with every quantity fold by \tim. A very large aflbrtment of Welch, Salifbury,. and other Flannels, white and coIottre4/rBai:ze$> white Linfey9, Sivanfkins, white anJ-fcarjeE Bath Coating, with a Variety ol fc3rJet,J?Ianne?5k Alfo thick green Baizes of all widths for covering carpets. "  , Likewife ^r^en Cloths, plain and with yellow ' borders, for tables ; and all forts of Hofiery on A. A. A. Found in the Letter-Box      m~ 5 2 2 3 5 5 5 1 A D 'O D o O o o b b �. 31 10  o Difchareed and relieved from various Prifons, iif.y-riye Debtors, tor the Sum of 181I. 6:. C^nfricreJ th Cilia of Eigh.y-frx Petitioners; approved of Firry-twoj r.:;erred for Characters Twe:;ty-feven Petitionsj and i-ejscV:d Sevcc. Bcnefaclions art received at ihe Thatch.d-Hjuie Tav-.m} ar.d By Mr. Nield, the Treafurer, St. james's-flr; et j A'iJ at the London Exchange Banking Corripmy, St. Jain's's-ftreet; MeilVs. Hoaresi Fleet-ftreeT; Msflrs. Ftilier, Soi:i ar.d Co. Lombaid-ftrect; Meilrsi Biddulph, Cocks, and Co. Charing-Crofs j MeiTrs; Dorrien and Co. Fjach-lane} Cor.ihill ; Mefl'rs. Ranfom, Morland, ^i*d Hammerfley, Pall-Mal) j Meifrs. Vere, -Lucadou, BroughtonJ Lucadou, and Smart, No. 77, Lombard-Street; and at the Secretary's* No. 7, Craven-Streeti Saand ; where the Books may be feen by thofe who are inclined to fupport this Charity, a:'.J where the Society meet on the firft Wednefijy in ev.ry Month. .      [24.8a Jufi publi:i.ed, Prue is. REMARKABLE EXTRACTS from a Work printed in the Year 1637, by PETER JURIEUj "entitled^ " The Accomplifhmcnt of the Scripture Prophecies," &b. - In which are predicted; in a very extraordinary Manner, many Things ana'a^ous to die prefent ^rcat Changes in France; particularly, tin laJization of Mankind ; the Fs?U of the Pope's Authority ; of 1'yr'anny ; of the Nunneries; &c. and of Tubs of Honour. To which -are added, feveral Ac*s aad Decrees of the National AiTeirib1)', fiiniUr thereto. Henley, pnnt-.-d by G. Ncrcon j and fold by J, Rew^ -No. a3i Pater;iq.ter'-rowj"an4 Daiton ajid^k.- Gnicechnrch-Sfrcct, Lmdon. a:ad^ft.' Gnicechnrcl rtijUid, Prior z  'Phis Day yi&'pucti ASELECT 'COLLECTION of FCE.VIS, Containljig, Am�ng a great Variety of fcai-ce am', valuatlc Pieces,- maaj cf which were never befv.e pub'iihcdi Percy's Hcrjr.it of Warkwarth; Jcnnyn's Arc of Dancing. yramftonc's Man of Taite. Brooke's Female Seducers. Crabbe'sDefcriptien of a Pprilh Pocr-Hoftfe� Mri. Thrale's Three V/*rnirgs. Bu-rn's Cotter's Saturday Ni^'hU Fitzgerald's Sportfman. Penrofc'i Ode cn MaJ.icfi. , Lift-'i Hj&wy qf P'crfenna,- Kirig of Raffia^      The Manufcr.pt Poems of the late Mi. BediBsfie'd, # Lincoln's-Fr.r.i   - -  ' The Ocean ;-Order     TKc Coblcr, &c. i-c. North-Sai-ldi, prlnced; fjld by J. Bew, PatemoffeMsHry   

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