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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 23, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O N" D O N. ) Price Four Pence. Frorn SAT U R DAY, Oct. 23, to TUESDAY, Oct. 26, 1790. 8904 MONDAY, Oct. 2 3*. g A z e tt e. the 30th�f Oftober, Fnw* the LONDON At the Court at St. James's 1793. PRESENT, The KING'S Moll Excellent Majefty in Council. ^\^S^pf.:^C-0-> JS Majefty in Council was ^V^fe-~\|^)>bv^-) this day pleafed to order, Xi H ) -That, in the abfence of !~ M'ttrird ^\ the Right Hon.,Charles jJSlttW^! Lord Hawke/bury, the f4^mv5^-Right Hon. Dudlev Ry-' ^M/?=: r^v' ; der fhould be Prtiident of the Committee of Privy Council appointed for the coniideration of all matters relating to trade and foreign plantations. W. Fanukener. St. James*j, Oil. 23. The King has been pleafed to appoint Lord Vifcoont Wentworth to be one of the "Lords of lus Majefty's Bed- Lieutenant .George Munro, from Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Mafon tiwi^s Independent Cornpany at Chatham Barracks, W be lieutenant in Litu'tenant-Colonel Alexander Baillie's Company.- Serjeaht2Major t.VV * Semibfl, of the 22d Foot, to be En- chamber. Whitehall, 00. 2^. The King has been pleafed to" approve the appointment of Jofbua Jobnfon, Efq; to be the Conful for the United States of America at the port of London and the, places adjacent. Whitehall, Oft. 23. The King has been pleafed to grant to Thomas Beach, of Hals Hall, jn the parifh of Clarendon, in the Wand of Jamaica, Elq; and to John Hynes Beach, of Lincoln's Inn, Efq; (both fons of Thomas Beach, Efq; late Chief JufHce of the Ifland of "Jamaica) and their iffue, his^Royal licence and authority to affume and ufe the furname of De la Beche only; and a'fa to order that this his Majefty's concellion and declaration be regifttrred in hi* College of Arms. Lord Chamhcrlcuti$ Office, Oft. 23. ' John IJeaviiide, Efq j is appointed to be one of the Surgeons Extraordinary to his Majeity. - Lord Chamber loin's Office, Oft. 23. John Taylor, Efq; is appointed Oculiil to his Majeity. Haihburgb, Oti. 12. Upon the news, received here lafl ThurfJay from Frankfort, that his Apof-tolic Majeily was eJecled Emperor of Germany, the Senate, in order to manifefi their joy or. this occalion, gave orders for a public ihankfgiving, Which accordingly uok place on the 10th inll. In 'all the churches of this city and its fuburb:. Te Deum was performed both at Morning and Evening Service, and a hundred pieces of cannon \ Were difcharged f?om the ramparts. Hague, Oil. 17. Tuefday the 12th inft. being the diy of the affiance of the Princels Frederica Louifa Wilhelmina of Oracge with the Hereditary �Prince of Brunfwick, a Deputation from the States-General folemnly congratulated their HighntflVs and all the Siadtholderian Family upon $he occafion ; and prefei t-'d, at the fame time, to the Prirc-fs, a tnagnifkent prefent of jewels from their High Mightitieffes, as-* mark of their refpeft iind attaenmen:. On the 14th inft. the marriage was celebrated in the Great Church of" this residence with the greateft magnificence, and their Highneflrs were attended by a very numerous and <plendid procefiion. Hague^ Q8. 17. Monfieur Henry Faga', Grettier 10 th-nr High Mightinefles the States-General of the United Provinces, died this day, in the 84th year of his age and the 60th of his Miniftry. His death was occafioned by an apoplexy, which llruck him on the 17th inll. This �\re:.thas thrown a fudden gloom over the gaieties and Feftivids of this place ; for the Greffier was jren; rally and greatly beloved and efteemed by all defciiptions of people. War-Office, 0.7. 23. fco'Jirrcam regiment of Feat Guards, Eiifign Braurhont Ho*- j tham is appointed to be Lieutenant, by purchafe, vice j Thomas Parker, who retires. Ditto, Hon. Samuel Ongly to be Er;Ggn, vice Beaumont 5 be Captain-Lieutenant, ^vice Tho:nas RuJfdell. t^xto, Erfign John Muter to be Lieutenant, vice Henry 30.50' ieg;m:nt of Foot, Hofpital Mate Nathan ACiby, from the Eftabiifnment of Baioadot., to be Surgeon, vice John troves, ^j>p Gregory Weft, ^fq; to be Phyiicka to the Forces. Sargf^in, jpho G�vcs, tiom^ie jcth regiment, to be Surgeon to the Forc^j. . INVALIDS, . Irfcutenartfe-Colonel Ale snider Eaillie,' from the Invalids at Guernfey, to be Captain of an Independent Company, to �t formed by Draughts from the Out-Penfioners 01rCbeJfea fign jn, the faid, Company. Liwiteiiant-Colonel WllrarriRcAertfon, from the Half-pay of Captaui of thfc lo^ith regiment of Footj to be'Captain ofaa IndepeadentGotopany/ to be formed by. Draughts frf>m the ' Out-Penficjners ofChelfea Hofpital, arid to be ftationed in North-Britaih. Lieutenant 'VyilliimGfaat, from the Half-pay 'of the( 55th regiment, to be Lieiitenint in Lieutenant-Colonel Rchert-fon's Independent Company. --. Robeitfon, late Lieutenant of the Fencibles, to be Enfign in the faid Company. Major Charles Martin, from the Half-pay of the late 99th 'regiment, to be Captain of an Independent Company at Guernfey, v'ce Lieutenant - Colonel Baiilie, -removed to North-Britain. Lieutenant Arthur Fitz Gerald, from the Half-pay of the old 70th regiment, to he Lieutenant in Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Mafon Lewis's Independent Company at Chatham Barracks, vice George Munro, removed to North�Britain. Quirter-Mafter George Leflie, from the 55th reg;ment, to he Lieutenant in Captain William Stewart's Independent Company at GuerWey, vice Lancelot Hylton, deceafed. Commiffion figmd by his Majejly forte Army in Ireland, dated September 17, I 90. . 69th regiment of Foot, Major-General Ralph Abercromby to be Colonel, vice Lieutenant-Geuerai - � �  �h;rard, deceafed. RETURNS GF CORN AND GRAIN, From 061. 11 to Oct. 16, 1790. Average Price Barley �o Beaos - Malt - Oats - Peafe - Rye - Rape Seed Wheat - Quarters. Price. s. 1 8 4 3 3 per Quartet. 1. s. 3 4 16 o S 4 7 d. 9 S o 6 7 10 ' 7 4166 4947 ^io^ 3464 1548 45&S 6S47 7134 1272 1076 32 ! 46 38 84 16 356S 8415 o BjSNKR vpt s. David Stephens, kte of the parifli of Dangathen, Carmar-thenihire, dealer ai;d chapman \ to funender Nov. i, 8, and Dee. 4, at eleven, at the Three Salmons, in Carmarthen. Attorney, Mr. John* Philipps, of the town of L'.andilefowr, in.Carmwthenfliire, or Meffi Chilton and Yeates, Symond's-mn, Chancery-lane, London. Jofeph Coulfon, of Upper Thames-ftreet, in the c;ty of Loodon, ham and chceie-faftor; t) A: render Nov. 8, at eleven, io, at fix, and Dec. 4, at eleven,, at-Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Wardell, Mount-fh-eet, Grofveuor-fquare. Richard Howard, now or-.late of Shaw Mill, Devonshire, paper-maker ; to furrender Oct. 30, Nov. 6, and Dec 4, at ten, at Guildhall, LondjR. Attorney, Mr. Benneit, Bullhead-court, Newgate-ftreet. John Rudhall, of the city of Briftol, printer 5 to furrender 0�x. 28, Nov. 6; and Dec. 4, at ten, at the White-lion1 Inn, in Broad-ftreet, Briftol. Aftoniics, MefT. O&orne and Seagcr, in Briftol, or Meff. Hiil and Meredith, No. 15, Gray's-inn, Loudon. Ja nes Shenton, of Cornhil!, London, ftat;oner ; to furrender Nov. 1,4, and Dec. 4, at ten, at Guildhall. Attornies, .Men". W. and E. Alien, ClirFori's-inn. Dividends to be made. Thomas Popkin, of Ge.irge-ftreet, near the Minorier, in the city ;f London, coal-merchant; Dec. 1, at ten, at Guildha 1, London. Jofeph Motton, of Lime-ftreet, Fenchurch-ltieet, London, rum and brandy-merchant; Dec. 4, .at ten, at Guildhall. \ James H Iter, of Chamber-hall, within the - townfhip of Oldham, L.incalhire, cottop-manutaclurer; Nov. 13, at four, at the Buii's-head, in the Market-place, Manchefter. James Wcnham, of Haftings, Sufftx, merchant' Dec. 4, at ten, at Guildhall, Lonucn. Final Dividend. Certificates to be grunted. J�hn Backhoufe and Edmund Clavk, both of Manchefter, Lancaihire, check-manafadlurers and copartners j on or before Nov. 13. Samuel Edgeley, of Manchefter, Lanca/hire, fuftian-ma-nufacliirer j on or before Nov. 13. James Beckett, of New Bond-ftveet, in the parifh of St. Gorge, Kanover-fquare, Middlefex, truuk-miker \ on or 'before Nov. 13. IRELAND. Dublin, Ofi'. 19. Orders have come to the Caftle for new levies, and other military preparations of great importance, infomuch that it is determined forthwith to take up i{,o,oool. remaining of the parliamentary vote of credit, for the exigencies of Government. SHIP-NEWS. , Beal, Q&. 22. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's iRip Dictator j Grenville, Dixon, for Jamaica; and Lord Rodney, Gordon, from Maryland for Rotterdam. Wind S. E. Deal, Oil, 23. Arrived, and failed for Sheernefs, the Southampton frigate. Remain in the Downs the fhips as per lath WindS,S.-E. Gra-vtjcnd, Of?. 22. PafTedbythe AHifon, Lylej Favourite, Fletcher; J.ine a'ndS'phia, Lamb, from Peteriiurgh ; Queen, Goodwin, from Jamaica.; Kitty, Cafey, frflmZant; Prince of Orange, Mellick, from Dunkirk 5 Sandpwn, Melville, from Marseilles ; Erhulition, Dempfter, from Oporto; Chriftopher, White, and' Liddle, H oper, from Memel; Andrew Carolina, Ssrenfon, freim Norway, ind Refolution, .� � -�, from Dantzick. LONDON. Yefterday the ^ing, Q>jeen, and fix PrincefTes, with their fuitp> went to the'Collegiate Chapel at Windfor, where' th-y heard divine-fervite. and a fermon. The Royal family and attendants all appeared in a change, <if mourning for, his'late Royal Ifighne&'thfi'Duke of Cumberlaii'd. . , The only public days at St. James's this week aFe the King'. Levees on Wednefday and Friday. TJ�e King will b� in town on Wednefday, on account of the review o| ibfi drafts rrrade from the thrdc. regiments of fpot guards foi�; foreign fervice, in Hyde-Park, iiefore his Majesty hokU his Levee at St. JamesVPalaQ'e.1 His Royal Highnefs the Piince- of : Celes arrived at CarletouiHcraf* on Sfttatday ftight from On Sattrrday morning one of the King's Mef-fengers arrived at the Duke of Leeds's Office, Whitehall, with letters from Earl Gower, his Majefty's Ambaffador at Paris. On the arrival of tlis Meflenger a Council was fumraoned, which met at one o'clock at the Duke of Leeds's Office, and was attended by Mr. Pitt, the two Secretaries of State, Duke of Richmond, and Earl of Chatham. At half paft three o'clock the Council broke on, when the refult was forwarded to the King. "I^rercfay the three battalions of-Guards ordered for foreign fervice were relieved from further attendance on the King's duty ; fo that they j have now their time unoccupied to prepare for their departure. If we may judge from circumftances, the Guards are going to Gibraltar, and not to the Weft-Indies. No order has been given to the artillery to furnifh them with battalion guns, which would Certainly have been the cafe, if they had been going on any other than garrifon fervice. The detachment of light dragoons from the five regiments are certainly going to India; for the officers of the 19th, now in England on leave of abfence, are ordered to join them, and no oS-cers from their refpeftive regiments are to accompany them. The war with Tippoo Saib renders this draught �eccffary. The -exatt amount we have not yet heard, but we believe it is no more than 60. Saturday the levies from the foot guards de-fsgned for foreign fervice were drawn out on the parade in St. James's park. The men are going to have their hair cut clofe previous to marching for embarkation : Hence t.ieir delUnation for a warm climate is no longer equivocal. An exprefs was received on Saturday from the Mediterranean. An official account is come over by this conveyance of the French men of war fitting out at Toulon. Two expeditions of the. very iaft importance are now in embryo, with a force of fuch magnitude as this country hardly ever tore witnefs to. By thefe, in cafe of a war, the Spaniards may lofe their dominion in South America, and France will be wholly ejefted from their prefent Oriental pofTeflions. The funds of France are a moll extraordinary proof how tranfvtory is popular fame. When M. Neckar departed from France, the loan of 1784. was at a di/count of 10 i-half per cent. It now bears a pr.mium of 2 i-half per cent, and yet his departure was announced as the certain sera of their bankruptcy. The houfjs of the,Clergy in Paris have fold, rapidly, and bave, upon an average, brought one third more than the valuation. The Cluney M'Pherfon,,Duncan M'Pherfon, from London fqr Seville, ran on flibre near Kingf-down, leak;/, where ihe took fire, and was totally deftroyed. The Santiffima .Trinidada, Cuculla, .frorn Malaga to Belfaft, is wrecked on Belly-Kelly Point, near Port-a-Ferry. ..... Ex>ko3 of-a Letter freim M>mouth\, '.Oa.zv.'^ *' Orders are received for nx recruiting parties to embark for Ireland to compkat the .divilion'of marines :o the war effablifliment. . , " Ot� hundred privates embarked on board the Caruattc this afternoon for Spithead.' " This afternoon arrived, the Hercules, Ful-larton, from Jamaica for London, after a paflage of J 3 weeks, in which Ihe received fome damage by lightning." - His Majefty lately fignified his defire to fee Macdonald,, the old Highlander, who won the walking wager a week or two fince, of ten miles in two hours and a half. He was accordingly prefented to the King at Windfor; when his Majefty expreffed his furprife at fuch ah exertion in a man of upwards of 100; and with his wonted goodnefs and condefcenfion, gave him the contents of the purfe then in his pocket-nine gui neas and a half. The Bithop of Briftol has appointed the Rev. Mr. Gibfon, Chancellor of his Diocefe. "Drs. Small, Ca/berd, Camplin, and the Rev. Meffra. New, Wilkins, and Jones, are fworn in as his Surrogates. Mr. Ogilvie is declared out of danger, and is fo far recovered from his late accident, which he received from the Duke of Richmond's elk, that he is able to walk out. The Rev. John Bennett, Vicar-of Pagula, and ofKayingham, in Yorkshire, is appointed a do-mettic Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl .of Guildford. Friday the Earl of Chatham prefented a petition to the King, which he had received from 15 pri-foners in Newgate, begging his Lordfhrp to intercede, :as .they were all bred to the fea-, and as their crimes^ are not capita!, that they might be releafed, on condition of- their entering iritb his Majefty Vfervice. " MARRIED.] On Saturday. Mr. Ellis, of Broad-ftreet, to Mifs Danvers, of the fame place. > DIED.] On Saturday evening, at his houfe, at Vauxhall, Samuel .$wab.-yv'Efi}.-On Thar/-day laft, at Bury, in the county of Suffolk,' Mifs Amelia Schut?;, third daughter of-the late Francis Mathcw Schutz, Efq of Gillmgham, 'in'N>orfoIK Samexday, the new booi dauj^j^^of-the Earl Eklawar. K E, N. T. To be SOLD by private Contract, AN ESTATE fituate in the moil fertile Part of the County, now lett to three unexceptionable Tenants, at the yearly Rent of near fjurteen hundred Pounds. ' Further Particulars may be had, by applying to MefTrs. Lyon, Gray's-Inn, London. [*5 4 HOSPITAL APPRENTICE or PUPIL. WAN TED immediately an APPRENTICE at the COUNTY HOSPITAL in NORTHAMPTON, Termj 150 Guineas for Five Years ; Board and Lodging, but not Wafting, provided in the Hofpital. Or any young Gentleman Already initiated in the ProfefBon, who withes to attei\dto.rta Praftice of an Hofpital for a ftiort-Time only, may be admitted as a Pupil for 35 Guineas per Annum, including Board and Lodging as above. Further Particulars may be known, by applying perfohally, or by Letters, Port-paid, to Mr. Williams, Houle-Surgeon arjd Apothecary to the fah) Hofpital. [*S67 . ' "MARINE SOCIETY'S OFFICE, Oft >bcr 6, 1790. ANumber of BOYS being reqaefted, by the Comm-inders and Officers of his Majefty's Ships, lb ferve as their Servants, where they will foan be qualified t* berated as Seamen ; all fpirited Lad�; in good Health, not lefs than four Feet four Inches in Scature, may apply at this Office, with their Friends, if any, when they will be cloathed and fent to their repeclive Ships. Suclv Boys as ace under Parochial Care, who are willing to go to Sea, will be accepted, on the Parifh paying Tiffle* Guineas with each Boy. 2566J JOHN NEWBY, Sec. N. B. Boys (hare the fame Pri-je -Money as Men. NORFOLK. To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Mr. ROBERT ANSELL, At the King's Arms, in N .rthwaifham, in the faid County, on Thurfday the- 25th D?.y of November next, betweea the Hours of Thr^e and Six o'Clock in the Afternoon, fubjeft to fuch Conditions of Sale as w.ll be then and thir* produced, AVery deferable ESTATE in ROUGHTON, being in a pleafint Part of the faid County, well fibuted for Game ; confiding of a good Mefluage or Farm-Houfe,-Barns, Stables, Oit-houfes, &c. and zoz Acre3 6 Poles of Arab'-p, Paftux, and Meadow Land, in a ring Fence, all Freehold, -xcept 3 Acres 1 Rood Copyhold, Fine arbitrary, very moderately afleffed to the Land-Tax, with a Right of Common of Pwiure, and- Common of Turbary, oyer an ex-tenfive Common- adjoining. The above Eftite is fituaced about three Miles diftunce rrom,Cromer, and five from North-wattham. For farther Particulars apply to Mr. William Pightling, of Sco. Rufton, in the County of Norfolk; Mr. John Adey, Attorney, at Ayifliam,_in the faid County ; or to Mr. Micha* Larwood, on the Premifes. [lS4* THAMES NAVIGATION. WHEREAS at a general Meeting of the Commiflioners app0iQted for putting in Execution the feveral A�ls of Parliament made for improving and com� pleating the Navigation of t5*e Rivers Thames and Iris from the Jurifdiftion of the City of London, near Staines, in th� Counry of Middlefex, to the ~ar,wn 0f Prirkl�/V \n thm County of Wilts held at Abbgdon,^ cSSrfB JkL on the 15th Dry of this Inftant Oftober.- '^ ^ Amongft other Things, * *Za?� _ It being reported, that.the New Pound-Lock at Abingdon, Old Abbey-Lock, and the Cut leading to and from the Sam� were compleated and in a navigable State; j'; and that the feveral New Pound-Locks at Ofeney, Godftow, Rufhey, Bufcot, and St. John's Bridge, all on the faid Navigation, will b� paffable by the 20th Day of November next." It was ordered, That 'the faid Xeveral New Pound-Lock* (hall be opened-, for the Paflage of aH Barges, Boats and Veffels navifjated oa th^ fa'd Rivers, on ^he 20th Day of November next; and that from and after t$at Day the Old .Locks,, contiguous to fuch Pound-Locks, will be flopped up. And it was further ordered, That on the (aid. 20th Day of NoverHbeiyand from and after the Time of the Opening of each" of the faid-Pound-Locks refpeclively, a Toll be laid and taken at each of the faid New Pound-Locks far every Voyage of evsrj Barge, Boat, orVeflel, and for every PaiTage. of every Float or Raft, of 4d. a Ton, according to cae Burthen or Tonags fuch Barge, Boat, .or VeflH, is capable of'tarrying when laden three Feet an} nine Inches in Depth, if capable of being fo laden ; or otb-crwiie, according to the full Burthen or Tonage when ladenyWithin two Inches of the fhalloweft Part of the Wale ; and th.*"H:ilf the abovemWioncd Toll* be la;d and taken at the faid Pound Loclu ftr one PaiTage. only of every fuch Barge; Boat, or Velfel. Aj;d alfo, That a Toll be laid at and for.eac^ and every of .the-Ferrlesjmade and erbbliihed by the faid Commiflioner3, �on the faid-Navigation, of �d. for each Horfc ufed in towing the faid Bargps carried over fuch Ferry. And this i* further to g'Ve Notice, That the Cpmmiffi-mers of the faid Navigation, at their next, or forat fabfequent general Meeting, do int^itd to confirm the faid above-mentioned Orders or Refdlut-ions for laying me laid Tolls, and every of them, and to eftablifh and put the fame intoExecu- " tion on the faid toth Day of November next. .: And this is further to give Notice, That the next general Meeting of the faid CommifGoners will be held at the Town-Hall in Windfor, on Saturday the 30th of O&ober Inftant, tt eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon. By Order of the faid Commiflioners, HFNRY ALLNTJTT, Clerk to the General Meeting. Great Marlow, . Bucks, the 18th October, 175c. {l5SI RUDsD's SERMONS. SECOND EDITION, : Lately publifhed by T. WOOD, Shrewibury, In Two Volumes, OGavp, Price '12s. And may alfo be; had of G. G. J. and J. Robinfon,. Patet- ' nofter-Row, London, and all other Bookfellers in Town and Country, SERMONS on Prafticai Subjefts : By the Rev. A. B. RUDD, M. A. Vicar of Diddlebury, kand Reader at' Lidlow, i'a the Cou:ity ' y of Salop, "   " ' Dedicated to the RJght Rev, the Lord Biihop of Hereford. - The Author having been honoured with the-Names of. up- , wards of 3C0 of the Nobility and^Gentry in. Shrpp/hire and. the neigMmring Counties as SuMcribers, rJic^LadLes and Gcat'.emen-who have not yet been- fuppliedwTrii the-Work, are retjucfted to apply either to Mr.Wood�Printer� in ShrewiV . Hury; or MefTrs. Robinfon, Bookfellctsj in London, where the "Books will bs delivered, and the Subfcription-Money received. ' - Among the Lift of Subfcribers ^re, His Grace the Arch-biihop of Canterbury, feveral of the BifhqpSj.Peera, Judges, 'upwards of too Clergy, and many Ladjes^piGentlemen of Confequence. . * . ~�'. Lidi.es and 'Gentl^Tt^n who wim� 4e fuppli-d with thefe S.Tmoxis,:Mid.who ha^e j�jt ftthlj^ed, are regu-ited t� bs 1* eirly tji ilisi'r Application a� poiSVle.

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