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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 14, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O ;N D O N. ) a. Price Four; Pence. From THURSDAY, Oct. 14, to SATURDAY, Oct. 16, 179*. J3U. FRID AY, Oct. i FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. Vienma, Se'pt. 29. VER fince the 30th of new forti-Ljelgrade have been demolimed. Part of pur troops are ltill on the TurkLh territory, which are furrounded by the Turks, who are, how-very quiet and ' ---' J&&8lgZZ'k.:&xV VER fince tl the K � E J u Ss^ heat ions at lie fom$S~X?� V "been demolift f feTrM!^ :'i OUr tr0QPs ar' Hl&OSX^-^^tiVL*" peaceable In ttoima, the enemy nave attempted to m kf jnvaiions in fevera! places, but have been always frullrated by the vigilance of our troops. By a (hip arrived at Triefte, we have accounts, tiat tae RuFian Captain, Nicholas Callini, has burnt a Turkifh tartatie; and, the fame afternoon, he fought with a Turkifh veflel, 6f 26 guns, in the havm of the Ifle of Eni (the crew of which, contifting of 100 meri, having fled daring the night), he burnt her alfo. Yeiterday died Nicholaes E iter hazy de Galan, Prince of the Roman Empire, Privy Councillor and Chamberlain to his Majefty, Knight of the Golden Fleeoe, Commander of the Order of Maria Therefa, General Field Marfhal, and Colonel of an Hungarian regiment, in the 76th year of his age. S C O T L A N D. Kirkudbright, Qd, n. On the night betwixt Tnurfday and Friday laft a defperate engagement h&ppentd at the Abbey of Dandrennan, about lour miles from this place, betwixt the King's men belonging to the e*cjfe hulk at Balcarry and a party of fmugglers, about 70 in number. Upon their firlt meeting the King's men called upon the fmugglers to Hop; but they di (regard in* the order were fired on by the King's men, by which one of the fmugglers horfes was fhot under him. He returned the fire, and the fmuggltis difmounted from their horfes, and attacked the King's men with their bludgeons, and beat and wounded four pf them in a dangerous manner. Two of them lie very ill, with little hopes of recovery ; and the other two are in a fair way cf getting well. The fmugglers were all loaded with dry goods, chiefly teas, part of the cargo landed From a large Smuggling veifel at Abbey-Burn-Fort. She had ,been chafed, all laic Wednefday and Thurfday by T^apt. Cook's cutter and the Pigmy cutter, and was feen out at Tea on Friday morning from the Highlands befide Abbey-Burn, with the cutters at no great diftanee from this place, but fhe out-failed therhj and got clear off. She is reckoned bne of the largelt ever feen on this coafl, and is Reported to mount 2* guns. The faaugglers got clear off without any lofs, except the horfe that \ wVs lhot; and yefterday the Cuftom-houfe and Exciie officers, with a party of Military, were "tout in fearch of fmuggled goods, but found hone, fcvcept two or three calks of fpirits. Oar harvert is nearly over, an! the crops are better thah they have oecu � MerT.' Bromley and 3 Loaioa j Mr.. Thomas FjietcWr, or Mr. HeUrjr Kympfon, Executory, both of Birmrngtaim ; or to die tS-ytt^-faidjofeph G&et '�'_' -'"'^HPy? NOTlCij.1 to CREDITORS and DEtfiOKs; AL L Perfons who arft any ways indebted tb the Eftate of Mr. JOHN MOORE, late of Auftrey, in the County of Warwick, Gentleman, deceafed, are re-quefted to pay-their rcfped>iy ebn, either to Mrs. Moore, Mr. Henry Ward, of CalUe-Bromwic)^ or to Mr. Owen, At-torney, of Atherftone. And alf Perfons' wfep have any De-rrunds on the'Eftate of the faid Mr. Moore, are'defited to fend an Accaunt thereof to Mr*. Moore* Mr, Henry Ward, or Mr. Owen, in order to their being difeharged. ^436. WANTED to PURCHASE, - THE ADVOWSON, or NEXT PRESENTATION, with immediate R^fignation, to a LIVING, .the nett Value about jool^.or 400I. per Annum, with'a modern-bui)t Parfonage-Houfe, convenient Out-Buildings, and fome Glebe Land loagguous', f>!eafantly fituated- ia; a healthy Country, within or jfceat the Diftaace o.f-50 Mi^pa from London. It is requeued th at no one will apply but wiji the Intention tj treaj on fair Terms. Particulars frpm fuch, addreffed (Poft-pitd) to Mr. Letcfc, Attprncy-at-Law, No. 20; Thavies-Inh,. Ho J born, Londoji, will meet wth a proper Anfw�r; and, if delircd, rcnuin with tht Fartias only. N. B. ;One Thoufand Rounds, or rriore, ready t> be advanced, at legal Interelt, on Freehold Land^Security. Eh- cjuire as.-above. 7ry. . The Rev. Charles Alhbumham, A- M. Precentor of Chichefter Cathedral, and brother to the Biihop, is elcfted a Canon Refidentiary of the Cathedral, in the room! of the Rev. Mr. Webber, eceafed. The Rev. Mr. Gregory, of Exeter College, is prefented by his Grace the Duke of Marlborough to the Rectory of Stonesfield, void by the death of the late Rev. Mr. Reading. MARRIED.] At Lewilham, in Kent, Captain Mitchell, of the (hip Hibberts, in the Jamaica trade, to Mifs Palmer, of Union-court, Broad-ftreet.-Monday kit, at Walcot church, Bath, the Rev. Daniel Sandford, fecond fon of the late Rev. Dr. Sandford, of Sandford-hall, in the county of Salop, to Mifs Douglas, eldeil daughter of Dr. Douglas. DIED.] At Edinburgh, on the 9th current, EAST-INDIA HU'JoE, LOi'UX^N; loth-of September, 1790. THE Conrt of Directors- of the United Com-, pany of Merchants of England trading^ to the Eaft-Ind �
cy of iicr Dr. Gowland's Vegacable Lotiofl, particularly in a Cafe cf a moit.violent Eruption of the Face, . when it was cr.lc^ed with, moft happy Effects, ha tikes this Opport�ni"> �^ acknowledging the very great Utility of that valuable Rsmedy. ' *#* Thn*S:imp, affixed to every Bptttei is Signed by Mrs. M. F. Vincent, and Mr.. Bacoa, as Vender, m the beft oaffible Tsit.qf Auths,nt3sity to the PjirchiiTer. [1014
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