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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 16, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L   O   N   DO  N. ) Price Four Pence From  SATU R D AY. OSf: i6,  to Til MONDAY, Oct. 18. Tr,m tht LONDON gazette. Whitehall, Oct. 14. HE King has been pleafed to grant to the Right Park*, Chafes, Warrens   beyohtj . in the room of the* Right Hon. George Evelyn, Vifcount Falmouth. Whitehall, Oa. 16. The King has alfo been .pleafed to grant to Col. Thomas Sloughter, a Captain in his Majefty's Cokiftreani Regiment of Eoot Guards, and one of bis Majefty's Aid-de Camps, his Royal Licence and Authority to take and tife-tbe Name of Stanwix, (being the Maiden Name of his Mother) in addition to that of Sloughter ^ and alfa to ouster that this his Majesty** Concemonand Declataiion be registered in his Colfege of Arms. Wor-QJfite-,Q3. 13. His Majefty has been pleafed to appoint Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Boyd, K. B. to be Governor of Gibraltar, vice �ight Hon. General Lord Heathfield, deceafed ; and Mav^General Sir Henry Calder, Bart, to be LMteifcmt-GovernOr of Gibraltar, vice Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Boyd. . {The Gazette contains alfo an Order of Council for prohibiting the importation of grain under I^eclfied drcumftances, agreeably to Aft of Par-Jiainent, until February, 1791.-It contains like-W|& the Proclamation for the- meeting of Parlia-npsfe*, on the 25th of November, a% given in our War-Office, Oa. 14. Cold^team Regiment of Feet Guards, Lieutenant Colonel George Nugent, of the 4th Regiment or' Dragoon Guards, fa> fee Captain of a Company, vice Lieutenant Colonel Henry tSteviTle. Ditto, Captain J. Edwards Freemantle to be Captain Lieu-fenaot, vice Lieutenant Colonel Nicholat Bofcawen, wha � retRjes'i  Dftto, Enfign Jofeph Maddoek ,tp be Lieutenant, vice Free-mantle. Ditto',-Sir John Selb/, Baronet, to be Enfign, vice Mad* 7m Regiment of Fobt, Lieutenant Robiert Walker to be %mtef Mafter, without purchafe, vice Nathaniel Taylor, deceafed. R�jmwnt of Foot, Certain John Freeman to be Majb* . by purchjfe, vice Daniel Black, who retires. . Ditto, fciedtenant Henry Stanly Monk to be Captain of a Oo�opW^ vice John Freeman. Ditto, Enfign John Nugent to be Lieutenant, vice Monk. Ditto, John Richard Frliilr, Gentleman, to be Enfign, vice Hugenft igth. Re^bnent of Foot, Lieutenant Charles Rawdon, from $e Half-pay of the x8a Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Richard BailUe, who exchanges. 48m Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Francis Stewart to be Captain of a Company, by porchafe, vice Thomas Jones, DiS,0 Enfign Herhtrt BeaVour to be licuter-int, vice Stewart. . Ditt>> John ehtidi Gentleman, to be Enfign,-vice Herbert 67th- Regiment of Foot, Enfign the Marquis of Huntly, from the 35th Regiment, to be Lieutenant, without pur-chafe, vice John Corioni Who retires to an Enugncy ot Invalids at Jerfeyi INVALIDS At JERSEY. . Timothy Macaneli, Efo. late Major of Lord Falcon W� R�r giment, now on the Half-pay of the 84th Regiment, to be Captain of a Company, Vftw Henry Crawford", deceafed; lieutenant John Gordon, from the 67th Regiment, to be En'nin in Major "William Anftruthei's Independent Company, vice Jeremiah KaacKrTe, wh� exchanges to the Half-pay of the 67th Regiment. INVALIDS.AT CHATHAM; , Erifizn William Jackfon, from the Invalids at Plymouth, to be Enfign in. Lord Lindort's Independent Company, v.ce \ ��       Eglemamj deceafed. War-bp** oa. 15. Co'ldftsean Regiment  of Foot Guards, Captain  Williarn Wynyard, 'from the 41ft Regiment ot Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice-]. Maddocks, who exchanges; Ditto, Captain William Wynyard to be Adjutant, without purchafe* vice J. Edwards Freemantle, promoted* 3�th Regiment of Foot* Francis Likej Gentleman-, to be �      Enfign, without purchafe, vice the Marquis of Huntly 1     promoted. RETURNS OF CORN AND GRAIN) From Oft. 4 �>       9> I?9� 1- johnfon's, ianholdor, Robert Town, Yorkshire. Attorney/ * Mr. Francis Ftttoji, m Kitkburton, Yorkshire. Dtvicitndf to 6t made i WilKam Waring, of Kingfton. upon Hun, linen-draper; Nov. 10, at three, at the White-hart Tavern, Kingfton upon Hull. Ann Skinner, of Cheapfide, London, glover; Dec. 1, at ten, at Guildhall, London.  John Knight, of Fenchurch-ftreet, London, cordwainer j Nov. 16, at five, at Guildhall. Chriftopher*HalI, of St. MartinVIane, MWdlefex, button-feller; Dec. i, at ten, at Guildhall, London.--   Samuel Mould, of Birmingham, button-maker ; Nov. 4, at four, at. Ann Hcbfon'si Wbrcefter-ftreet, Birmingham. John Walker, of'Piccadilly, Middlefex, fadlerj Nov. 16, at ton,' at Guildhall, London. John Lee, of Bread-ftreet, haberda&er j Dec. t, at ten, at Guildhall, London. John Furze, of Bafinghall-ftreet, London, warehoufeman 5 Nov. 6) at ten, at Guildhall. Certificates to he grnted. Edward Pitt, of Leadenhall-ftreet, London, haberdafher } 0* or before Nov. 6." " Ifaac Brodribb, of Durrington, Wiltshire, paper-maker} on or before Nov. 6. John Gaddes, of Stanwix Bank, Cumberland, dealer la horfes; on or before Nov. 6. , James Sealby, of St. Clement Danes, Middlefex, man's-marcer ; On or before Nov. 6, ^ohn Holt, of Titchfleld, Southampton, ironmonger; on efbre Nov. 6. Jbfeph Jackfon, of Silver-ftreet, Gorden-fquare, Middle-fex, carpenter j on or before Nov. 6. John Lindfey, of Bartholomew-clofe, London } on or before Nov. 6. C O U N Oxford,   Oa. i Cooke,  Prefident fariey Beans - Malt - Oats - ^eafe � - Rye - Rape Seed Whea�/ - Quarters.	Price.     j	 -	1.    s.	d. 1530	1883   *	5 1667	2109   5	3 1378	4*7i   9	5 x8n	j 3066 17	5 635	1 1037 JS	5 5	7   �	0 22	47   6	0 1814	1 4444 '5	3 Average Price per Quarter. 1. 2 2 s. 4 S 1 12. s 3 9 d. 7 3 11 9 8 o o o BANKRUPTS. John Dunkin, of AUerfgate-ftreetj London, grocer 5 to .furrecder Oft. 25, 30, at five, and Nov. 27, at ten, at GuiU'iall.   Attorney, Mr. Wiilis, Lothbury. John Sparkes, of Southampcnn-ftreet, Covent-garden, lace-J�)�nj ta furreoder Nov. j, at twelve, 2, at oen, and 27, at ive, at Guildhall. Attornies, Mefl". Ward, Dennetts, and Greaves, Henrietu-ftrcet, Covent-garden. Giles Gartijde, of Smiti-iy-ptace, Yorkshire, dyer; tofur-yenderOd. 28, 29, at William Booth's, innhslder, in Kirk-burton, and Nev. 27, at four, at Mrs. Sarah Johnfon's, inn-koldeV, in Robert Town, Yorkfliirc. Attorney, Mr. Francis Fitton, Kirkburton, Yorkfliirc. Robert Newman, of Finehiey-comfr.on, Middlefex, victualler; to furrender O&. it), Nov. 4, at ten, and 27, at �ne? at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr.Mayhew, Ban-jor-court, Shoe-lanc. Benj-i:nin Gart/ide, ofDenby-Dyke Side, Yorkfhire,dyer; k� furrender OQ, 28, 29, at Mr. William Booth's, inn-J^iid*r, in KL'Jchuijtoa, and ^ov, 27, at tec, at Mrs. fanh T &  i - i\ ii  A  .-j. Laft week the Rev. Dr. .------ of Corpus Chrifti College, being a third time nominated by the Chancellor, was, in convocation, inverted with the office of Vice-Chancellor of this Univerfity for the enfuing year. Tuefday laft Peter Vere, of the fame college, was admitted to the degree of Bachelor of Arts, /or which he went out Grand Compounder. And the day preceding twelve degrees were coft-ferred in Arts, viz. five Mailers, and feven Bachelors. Cambridge^ Oa. 1$. Oh Sunday being the Krft day of ferm, the following gentlemen were elected officers of this- Univerfity for ^he year enfuing : Proctors, Thomas Gilbank,' M. A. Trinity College. John Plampin, M. A. Jefus College. Moderators, William Lax, M. A. Trinity College. Thomas Newton, M. A. Jefus College. Scrutators, William Walford, M. A. Caius College. Philip Douglas, M. A. Bene't College. Taxors, John Maule, M. A. King's, Francis Knipe, M. A. Queen's College. The following gentlemen are chofen of the Caput : The Rev. Francis Barnes, D. D. Mafter of St.  Peter's College, Divinity;  Joreph the Rev. Jacob Coftbbadie, M. A. of Jefus College, Senior Non Regent; the Rev. Algernon Fraropton, M. A. of St. John's College, Senior Regent. SHIP-NEWS. Came down his Majefty's ihip Pandora, and Dcfling, for Na-for Penlacola;   couun*, i>i.".�~t -----     ..   . .      - tot Corunna; and Grand Duke, Pollock, for Virginia. Wind W. S. W. .to. Dial, OB. 16. Came down, and failed, with the Pandora and Nemefis frigates, Thorn and Scout Hoops, and outward-bound as before, the Hampshire, Burrows, the Vigilant, Thompfon, the Efther, Grant, and Apollo, PoppleweJ, for Jamaica; Hanbury, M'Neil, for Gibraltar; and Aftive, Lyon, for Teneriffe. Remains in the Downs his Majefty's fhip Pornom.   Wind N. E. Gra-vthnd, OS. 15. Pa(Ted by the Lively, Blake, from Limerick; Eliza, Anderfon ; Raikes, Jordan ; and Hannah, Brown, from Peteriburgh ; Queen, Perkins, from Oporto ; Planter* Arthur* from Virginia; Mathews, Web-ftcr, from Dantiick; and London Packet, M'Netlcye, from Zar.t. LONDON. Satufday the King hunted with his flag hounds in the neighbourhood of Windfor. Yerterday at noon their Majefties and the fix Princefles, with their ufual retinue, attended Divine Service at the Chapel-Royal, Windfor-Callle, where they heard a fermon preached by the Canon in refidence 5 and at two o'clock the Royal Family returned to the Queen's Lodge to dinner. Yellerday evening his Royal Highnefs th* Prince of Wales arrived at CarUon-hoafe, from Brighton. There will be three public days at St. James's Palace this week, viz. a Levee on Wednefday, a Drawing-room, on Thurfday, and a Levee on Friday. �     ' � Yefterday morning the Duke of Argyle viewed e fecond battalion of the 3d regiment, of foot-n the parade in St. James's Park, pre-to  ' '   -----*;~~ *he Kine's guard at Oa Friday night, at half paft 'eleven "b'clsck, Mr. Wiffen, the Mefleng*er, arrived, at the. Se^ xretary of State�s jOffiice, Whitehall," with d��-patches from Mr. Fitaherbert, his Majefty's Am-baitador at Madrid. The Letters were carried to the Duke of Leeds, at his houfe in Grofvenor-Square. His Grace came down to his office on   in Ireland, Williani'Butler, aged 107.   He re- ; tained his mental faculties to the laft moment, and during the whole period of his life he did not ' experience a day's ficknefs till within a few days > of his death; he walked erect equal to a man of twenty,--On Saturday morning-, at King's Lang-ley, the Rev. John Jefterfon, Curate and Lecturer of St. Ann's Soho, Vicar of King's Langley, 1 Herts, end Chaplain to the Right Hon. the Earl J of Haidwicke.-On Monday laft, at his feat, at Wycliffe, Yorklhire, Marmaduke Tunftall, Efq. . -Yefterday fe'nnight, at his houfe at Dinbren, in. the county of Denbigh, David Roberts, Efq. , aged �2.-Friday* at Hambledon, in Hampfhire, Mifs Penelope Waghorn, fourth daughter-of the late Capt. Martin Waghorn,-of the Royal Navy. eAst-india^house,1 September a�, 1790.  NOTICE Is hereby given to all Military . Officers in the Service of the Eaft-India Company* who are in Europe on Leave of Abfence, that they are re-, quired by the Court of Directors to make Application for Pef-miirion to return to the feveral Eftahlittnnenta in the Eaft- -Indies to which they refpeftively belong, by the Ships of the. enfuing Seafon; and that, in Failure thereof, they will be con�der;d ashavingrefig.ned the Company's Service. By Order of the fa id Court, 1384.] THOMAS MORTON, Secretary. MONEY. ' 'ANTED  from. 3000I. to 700c!. upon . . Mortgage of Freehold and Copyhold Eftatcs in the Counties of Eflex, Suffolk., and Cambridge. Particulars of the Eftate may be known by applying ta MefT. Bromley -and Bell, Attornies, Gray's-�lnn, Loodon; or Mefl". Fi/ke and Hal), Attornies, SarFron - Walden, Effex. �1484 MONMOUTHSHIRE, ASmall compact FARM, in high Cultivation, on which area Houfe and Offices, fit for the Refidence of a genteel lamily ; ;*ery plealantly fituate, and in a gooi Neighbourhood, is to be lett, and may be entered oa at Pleafure. �   (2344 Letters, Poft-paid, addrefted to Mr. William Jones, Panty Gaitre> Monmouthlhire, will be innpediatejy anfwered'. "     ED U CATIO N. k TdS Houfc?caVed the WEST HOU^foV^pg /BoSDlKGand EDUCATING  ^fS^JSL Learning, and in thole Krancne* or c ariV'require3.. TlnTrieJthandMoValsTf his Pupil, he will ^&j^fn^ confult, he will ftndy their feveral Difpofiaons, and trtSff them with Humanity and Tenderneft, and he w.U^vote!ha whole Time to their Improvement � every rhing that may render thsm at a future Period ufefol Member, of Society-The Situation of Seaford is exceedingly healthy andyleafant, it adjoins the South Down* on the North, and the Sea ontn �rupidons,.:fbr many Years, baffling every attempt of the Faculty, Sea Bathing, and the raoft celebrated Mineral Waters, have bo�o fpeedily and happily cured by this very. clegaHtano fa& Prepara^ tion of Vegetables. .  ' To. die PUBLIC, , The Reputation of, and Demand for, this Lotion,, having induced a Perfen, who declines avowing his Refldedce," ana adopts the D^lnfion of a voluntary Oath, neither cogniiatfe nor punilhabte by the .Laws againft Perjury, tb attack-ttjje Authenticity of my Lotion, I feel myfelf called.' upon to, Itate to my Friends and the Public, that I have, for the fofp.eclioa of thofe' Ladies and Gentlemen who wifli to purchafe Dr Gowiand's Ldtion, the rrioft unequivocal  Proofs that njy Lotion is genuine,'a'ld the fame as prepared by Dr. Gpwlalid in his Lifetime 5 and particularly, .that it; is prepared.jn.tHe moft careful Manner, from the moft fslected'Articled't? he proawred.   Further, I have, foffhelnfpection of the' AflfifteJ, the moft refpci!l:ibls,.and'well-aumenticated ^afes/of ,.tjure, with Celerity arid Safety; prefenting more rea(Contb!ativin.� them, and, perhaps, more ttrongly conflrmihg^my?P,cWfiKm of the original Recipe, than'a Volume of An^davilsV,or e�jn the rrioft autbenfaf vrrittsn Teftiinonyj   A?;-the .frU/jWJng Note, f from a Gentleiftiap . jof die Faculty, �is jhort,, to. the Point, and. written twa Years fince, thave felected'it ftr Publication. " '�  -  >� -v - M.' E; VINCEMTft} (COPY) . .,m Dr. MAXWELL'S Compliments wait   particularly in a Cafe of, a moll violent �rup$(iri Sf the FaWjr when it was ordered with the moft hapny E�fe4(s^ he^takes this Opportunity of acknowledging. r^.^ewyAjaJ^r^'U^fqr *�' that valuable Remedy. '.-V'Ji.jCifeiif.i,   ," L ' .%* The Sftimp, afHxsd to every Bottle, Uwfjiiid% M6. M. E. Vincent,- and Mr. Bacon,^as Vfctfdev4'.th� baft P*fibleTeftof Au^entitity � iiis Pwchafe^v.; ; JlWH'   

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