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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 28, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pence. From  THU R S DAY,  Oct. 2$,  to SATU R DAY,' Oct, 36,  1790. 8906 FRIDAY, Oct. 29. COUNTRY   news. Canterbury, Oct. 25. �', AST Monday an order ^''^-Jt-J'tiji came from the War-office to Sir Robert Lawrie, Colonel of the 16th Light Dragoons, quartered in this city and upon the coaft, to make a draft of 70 men front that regi- to ^Os^^^-^'y-y and on Tuefdayk when thofe upon duty here were drawn up, and the Commander deliring fuch of them as were willing to go volunteers upon actual fervice abroad to leave the ranks, the true ardour and patriotick fpirit of Britons never 4hone more conipicuoufly than^u pon this occasion. Almoft every man ftepped forward with the utmoft eagernefs, each wifliing to have the preference of being included in the number wanted, and many of them have fince prefented. petitions to Sir Roberts begging it as a favour. The laudable conduct of thefe brave fellows, feveral of Whom fevved in America during the late war, cannot be afcribed to any other motive than an earneft defire of fignalizitig thern-telve3 againft the enemies of their country} as the officer? throughout the regiment are held in the Jlighelt efteem; and univerfally beloved by the men.   .   . Cambridge, Oft. 27. Oh Monday the Rev. S* Forller, A. M. of at. John's College^ and Head Mailer of the Grammar School at Norwich, was by this Univerfity admitted to the degree of Doctor-fibjjivjnity ; and the Rev. Edwin Sandys Newman, of Magdalen College} to the degree of Bachelor of Laws. . The Rev. Henry Harimer, M. A. of Clius fcollege, is elected into a Norfolk Fellowfhip of Clare-Hallj on.the foundation of Mr. Borrage. 'I he Rev. Edward Griffin, of Trinity College, 25 admitted Maicer of Aits. Mr. Seaton's Prize Poem; the fubject for which, for ihe prefent year, is Faith, is adjudged ito Mr. Phil,ot, A. M. of Emanuel College. SHIP   NEWS, i  Dial, OR. 27.  Remans in' the Downs his Majefty's fliip Dictator.   Wind N. E. blows bird.   Gravejcnd, Oft. 27. Failed try tHe Juno, Bewdle} from Lift on, �___    v  .. LONDON. Yefterday morning Sir George Howard had a private audience of the King, at the Quee�Js Lodge, Windfor. The King's diurnal MefTenger came up yefterday afterncon wich letters from his Majefty, at Windfbr-Lodge, to Mr. Pitt, the Lord Chancellor, and the'reft of the Cabinet Minilters-i.n town, Which were forwarded to them at their refpective refidences. , His Royal Highnefs the Prince-of Wales is returned to JBrighthelmftone for a few days longer residence at the Marine Pavilion, when the fea-fon will clofe. . Yelterday afternoon^ at two o'clock; a Cabinet-Council was held at the Duke of Leeds's Office, Whitehall, which was attended by Mr. Pitt, the Lord Chancellor, two Secretaries of State, Duke of Richmond, and Earl of Chatham ; ihe Council fat till half paft four o'clock, when the refult was fent off to the King at Windfor-Lodge, and letters1 were difpatched to Jofeph Ewarl", E%. his Majefty's Envoy at Berlin. Yefterday a Board of Ordnance was held at the office in. Palace-yard, at which his Grace the Duke o'f Richmond preflded for the firft time this feafon. The War-Office have made ah alteration in the terms for raifing the Independent Companies, jnftead of throwing upon the Officer the fatigue V>f keeping his recruits together until he has got the whole complement of iqo men, they are to' be delivered in what number he pleafes to Chat ham barracks, and to be examined and pafied by Colonel Fox.   The officer is alfo to have 200I. of the bounty money paid him in advance, and the off-reckonings to be paid him in part as he proceeds.   His commifllon, however, is not to be made out till he has -fulfilled the conditions of the letter of fervice;   In confeqienee of this me fioratkm of terms, fevetal gentlemen who had given up thf ir letters have again come forward. Notification has been given from the War Office to Lieutenants on half-pay, who have complained of being omitted jn the new levies, that if they chufe to come on full-pay in the regiments noTV abroad in the Weft-Indies, they may do.fo; but fuch as accept mull be ready to embark in ten days from this date. The Guards- are not likely to march fo {boa as they apprehended ; for fome of thofe ordered for embarkation received notice yefterday that they would be required :p take their turn of King's duty as ufual.   From this duty the detachment was relieved on Sunday laft. . The officers of the 16th regiment of Light Dragoons act" both for 4nd againft fmuggling} for, while they prevent the contraband trade of e:hers, they have fmuggted, out of the neigh; bourhood  of Canterbury," two of the greateft be.iuties in Kent, for which that place is foxnuch, #ulfoju%fafceU. The Commiffioners for liquidating the National Debt are to have a meeting by. appointment with the Minifter on Monday next.  A ring has been lately manufactured at Paris, and which is called Tbt Civic Alliance, and pro-pofed to be worn by the favourers of the Revolution.-It is, in appearance, a plain gold ring, and to be worn as fuch ; but i& contrived-fc> as to open irfto the form of a fphcre'; the lower part engraved in relievo, enamelled 'white, .and.' gold, with a motto-La Nation, la Lei, fcf k Rot. -This patriotick toy is fold for fix and thirty livres. Extra*} of a Letter from Chatham, Oil. 27. " On Saturday the Leviathan, of 74 guns, came out of dock, where (he had been to com-pleat her coppering. This fhip will very foon drop down to Blaekftakes, having already got within a very few of her complement of. feamfin ; they were fent round frbm'Newcaftie, Shield*, and Whitby, where bounties were given by the different corporations for failors entering for Lord Mulgrave's (hip. " Same day the Tremendous* of ?4 .gUns, Capt. the .Hon. G. Berkeley, received loofeamen from the Sandwich guardfhip. , The Alexander, of 74 guns, Capt. Pigott, is in great forwardriefs; and will fail in a few days for Blackftakes, where (he will take in her powder and guns. Numbers of volunteers are daily sntering for this fhip. " The Defence, of 74 guns, Capt. Murray, and the Melesger frigate, Capt. Brunton, are now quite ready to fail from Sheernefs, to join the grand fleet- " The Speedy brig, Capt. J. Maude, has arrived at Sheernefs, from her llation on the Yarmouth coaft. Her crew are turned over to the Defenc-. " Five recruiting parties have been fent from the Marine barracks here, Upon the recruiting fej-vice, to Ireland." The pickptxkets paraded ftrongly in HyJe-Pttri �>-confequently, though the troops did not fire-**-yet the fpedtators not. on guard had a general, discharge of pocket Pieces ! Mrs. Langfhaw, of Northamptcnfhire, left lately by will, ten pounds a-yfcar to each of the twelve pooreft housekeepers within ten milfS of her own Teat, Gritworth;' witK this.^^ngolftr pro-vifo, " that ftiey fhould never keep a dog of any kind." �.   " The following notification is ofl a wiildow neaf Mortlake, " Arethmetie.k, Cifering, ana the Englifh language, thought in there greateft perfection by Philip Snapes, F. S^A. formerly $ut(1p> to the Jrmy." ........ Yefterday morning the wife of Mr. . Price * a journeyman taylor* No. ii, Little Wild-ftreet, was delivered of three children. One of the infants is dead, and the others not likely to live- The mother has had four children within nine months. Friday laft, as fotrle children were playing in an outhoufe belonging to a butcher in Southampton, they difcovered fomething on a beam, which they fuppofingto be a cake, took down and divided it amongft fix of them* and immediately ate their refpective fhares. A few, hours afterwards two of them were, taken ill,,, and in the coiirfe of the day the othef fodr. ThS feci to an enquiry, when it was clifcorere^fhat they hi*d been eating fome poifdri mixecr witlh ddughj which was prepared for dtftroying fat$.V: Every medical affiftance was immediately gifen them, whicli had the defired effect on five ) biit the other, who it is fuppofed ate a larger quantity tlian the reft, died the next day in the greateft agonies. Sunday Mr^WiHef, of WMp**i;ftoj>ped near Hounflow by a fingle highwa^nlan, who fobbed him of near 5I. Monday a large deal cafe, containing feveral pieces of muflini, &c. the property of Meffrs. Willis and Cd. b"f Watling-ilreet, was ftolen from a porter at the London-Stone, Canhon-ftreet. Tuefday Mr. Freeling, of the General Poft Office; wai (topped near Kingfton-hill by two foot-padsi who robbed him of half a guinea and fome iilver. MARRIED.] On Tuefday, at Burton, in Dorfetfhire, Robert Hunter, jun. Efq. of King's Arms ydrd, to Mifs Charlotte Hansford, of the above place. DIED.] On Friday; at Bath, John Camp-belt, Efq; Lietitehant-Gavernbr Of Plymouth- On Monday, �t his houfe in Btdok-flreet, Bath{ Godolphtn Ropper, Efq.-'-O.n Saturday JafL. at Reading,- in Berkfhire, Mr. James Tilhard, late a diftiller in Biffiopfgate-ftreet-Yefterday, at Twickenham, Mrs. Richbell, widow of the late General Ricfabell.-'-On Friday lift-, -Mrs. Love-day, of Oxford Chapel cqurt i Cavendifh-fqeare ~Oa Thurlday laft, at Aylefhury, after a,long deeiiiing rt�e oC health, Mrs. Chaplain, wife of Mr. Adbn Qhupkin,Xleffc of the Peace for the coonfy of duckingharir.        . GVNS, matc^*'fcr Showing', tob* SoH Mr. Mellor, keeping no open mop, take* thfs method to infbrio Qentloipert, that he hath now got fereral Tvr&rl&-�ii*x%i Qvtki, fintffied *M& bored on tils improved p?�a> as will bring down any bird at 100 yards, �1� fome Very fhort Cocking GunJ, that afe fure of ftieif aiark at,c)�) yards, and to frevent ahy ddubtr, thef may be fteir trie* in an opaifel* near bii Mwafa�ory, I near Whitechapel Turnpike, London, where he bores any found barrel fojj- Two Guineas, to (hoot in the fame mannerj and with lefs recoil, which makes the barrels milch ftronger than before* Note. No letters will be received as above but what have paid t^e poftage. L25l9 Curious-'FORfiIGN WINES, �    O prime Vintages ^ (fa quart bottles, legal Meafure)� mbjkldj at the loweft (Money) Prices, by H1BBS, Wine - Merchant, Monumeut-Yard> London. His plan of felling Wines in legal quarts, the public have been pleafed to approve liberally, and to honour Hibbs with diftinguifhed mark� of approbation-; he now gratefully affaires them^ that all Wines fold by him, are, and ever fhall be, abfblutely genuine as imported, of the full quantity charged* and rendered upon the moftreafon-aWe profits poffible. The importance of this plan (unequivocally fair) to private families in particulari is moil obviqas, fince every dozetl bottles are-warranted to contain three gallons of Wine, making thereby a confiderable faving to the purchafef; Hibbs's profits not being calculated upon terms rexjuifite to fuftain the lofles of long credit, bad debts> &c. &c. he rsfpectfully requefts that all orders from the country may contain remittance's for the amount, or reference for payment in town. %* Cards of prices may be had at the Warehouse. [2447 Old "Jewry, ioth of Juh, 1790. COMMITTEE of the SOCIETY for effeaing the ABOLITION of the SLAVE TRADE. HAVING' ftated in our general Report the prefent Deficiency of our Funds, we folicit the Friends of this Institution to enaWe its to profceute this great Caiife to a Conclu6f>h, by a Renewal of Subferipticns!! which will be received by Samuel Hoare, Jun. Efq. the Treafurer, No. 6i, Lomb.trd-ftreer j and by Sir Herbert Mackworth, Bart, and Co.'New Bond-Street. -       By Order of the Committee, a jfi.8]  : GRANVII-------- IIjLE SjaARP, Chairman. HOSPITAL APPRENTICE or Pl,JPIL. 'ANTED immediately an APPRENTICE at the COUNTY HOSPITAL in NORTHAMPTON^ Tenia I JO Guineas for Five Years ; Board and Lodging, but oot Walking, provided in the Hofpkal. OrinWouhgOefltlenjan already initiated in the Profefllpn, who wiftei to attend to the Practice of an Hofpital for a fhbrt Time oniy\ ma^ba admitted as a Pupil for 35 Guinea's per Annum, including Board and Lodging as above. Further Particulars may be kiown, by applying perfonally, or by Letters, Poft-pajdj to Mr. 'Willi.imsx Houle-Surgeon. and Apothecary to the laid Hoipitol. [i$&7 GOSPORT, riSMPSHIRE. To be S O L D, AGompleat BREWERY and DISTILLERY, with a Nurrfberof- \veil-fitiiated Public-Houfes attached, where a very advantageous Trade has been  carried on for many Years. J Any reafanable Part of the Ptlrchafe-Money riia^ remaiiij If more agreeable, the Brewery and Diftillery may be pur-chafed l'eparate, and the Public-Houfus let on Leafe. Apply to Henry Lys, Efq; on the Pjemiflbi. N. B� There is no other Diftillery in the Town."     [244a WANTED   to   PURCHASE, THE ADVOWSON, or NEXT PRESENTATION, with immediate Refignation, to a LIVING, the nett Value about 300I. or 400L per Annnm, with, a modern-built Parfonage-Houfc, convenient Out-Buildings, 'and, ibme Gleb� Land contiguous, pleafantly fituated in a healthy Country,, within -or about the Diftancc of 50 Miles from London. It is" requefted that nb one will apply but with the Intention to treat on fair Terms. Particulars from fucbK addrefled (Port-paid) to Mr. Letch, Attorney-ac-Lawj No. 2.9, Thavies-Inni Holbom, London, will meet with a proper Ahfwer; and, if defired, remain with the Parties only. N. B. One Thoufand Podhds, or more, ready to be advanced, at legal Intereft, on Freehold Land Security. Enquire as above.____[2577 , To  be  S OLD,     "~    [ Purfftant fo a Decree' and fubfecpient Order of the High Court of Chaacery; before John Eames, Efq; one ot' the Mafters of the laid Courtj at his Chambers in Symond'a-Inn, Chan-ce'ry Lane, London, fome Tinie in the Month of Decern' ber next, in five diftina Lots, _c_A_co    � I foonfiiirPerfons; principally Tcnantl at Will, at ? Of the  FREEHOLD   ESTATES of (' capaBlq-�f gre'a't ImVrovenient. , PART ----- GILES STRANGEWAYSj Efq; deceafed, ^ruate at WE-^TON-ZOYLAND, in the County of So'merfet, and, in tfie Pariihes of ^halford, Godalraiag , Brarrdey, Thorncorhb, Street, andDunsfold, or ibme or one of them, in. the County ofStirrev, and the two feveral MANORS of MARK. WICKE and MONK.TON-HOOK, in'the faid County of Surrey. Pointed Particulars whereof may be had of McfTvs. Jenkins, James, and Abbott* New-Innj t ondon ; where a Flan may be-feen of tHe Surrey Elfa'te ; Mr.' Carey Bayly, of New-Inn/ aforelVid ; Meifrs. Pickftcme and Hockley, of Guildford^ Sui-reyvWr. Boytej BriJ^ewater, Somcrfet; and of Mr. James Weeks, Corn-Street, Brittol.   . " .   [^S^ TOn d l e, Oftoberj I790i To be sold by AUCTION, On Monday the 8th' Day of November next; between the Hours of Six and Eight in the Ajierooon, at the Angel Inn, in Oundle, in the County of No'rthampton, THE REVERSIONARY CONTINGENT INTEREST of ROBERT MAWBY, 3 Baoknipt, >euig a JUWefJnteretl in the Eftates of his Wife, in Cafe of his farviving her; confiding of an undiVided^*th P_ut or' Sha^tf of and in diVers frEehokl and Copyhold Eftares, litoate within the feveral Parities and Liberties of OandLe artd Wel-don,' in tiie'CQOrfty of Northampton^ now left %t 143I.' 12s. a Year J and an undivided fifth Part or Share of and in divers Freehold'and Copyhold Eftates, fituate within the ft vera* PjfriftKs artd Liberties of Wymondham, in the County of Leicefterj Caftle-Bytham, ia the County of Lincoln, and Oakhairi-Marketj Overton; and Biftrook, in the Couftty  - of Lii^i RESOLUTION SOCIETY. London T�v�b, OQ.. 18, 1790. AT a MEETING of the COMMITTEE .and STEWARDS of this SOCIETY, Refolved, I. That the glorious Revolution of $688, by which the civil and religious Liberties of the People of this Country were eft.ibliflied and confirmed, was a moft important.and interfiling Event, 4hd*'r>�*ght to-bte celebrated with Zeal  on Monday the Eighth Day of November next, and following Days, at the Houfe of Mary Toiiiiln-fon; known by the Sign of the Royal Oak, at Cheadle, in the County of Stafford, THE FEE-SIMPLE arid INHERITANCE of all thofe the MANORS or LORDSHIPS of CHEADLE and KJNGSLEY, within the faid County of Stafford, with the Rights-, Royalties, Members, and Appurtenances, the Waftes and Inclofures whereof abound in Coat j Jiear anavigal^ Canal; and in the Neighbourhopd of feveral Brafs and Copper-Works, as well as flourifhing Manufactures f together with the MANOR-FARM of CHEADLE, caTled PARft-HALL FARM; and feveral other capital Freehold" Dairy and Arable Farms, and v-aiuable Wood Lands* Mef-fdages�..aP5[ Conagesj with the Appurtenances,' lett to re* e Perfona, principally Tenants at Will, at old Rents, apaEle Artornpy at fen? Experiments, by bojeing in feveral Pa'rri of the Eftat?j sr� now'inaking previous' to the Sale, as a (adsfaftory Proof that great Quantities of C^l may be got upon the Premifes.  . MrPjohn Steel, of Cheadle, will fliew tKi Eftate; and printed ^Particulars may be had of tim ; and alfo of Meflrs/ Peart and Miller, Portugal-ffreetf Lincoln's-Lin-Fields; and of Mr. Stone, Surveyor* at lNo� 8, Holbora-Court,-Gray's^Jmt, London.       ..    t        _^ Lz4^3... ISLE  of WIGHT; To be  SOLD by  AUCTION* In One LOT, By Mr*,-TUCKER, at the Bugle Inn, .Newf ort^ on Saturday the 6th D^iy of November next, at Fotfr o'Clock in the Af-teTncfon$ Unlefs previoufly difp. fed of by private Con;rac~t,-of Which Mnlely Notice will be g'rvert m this Paper ) ^l^HE valuable FREEHOLD, MANOR. m\ Jt.JvlANSION^pUSE of BROOKE, fi'tuate in the i\AiH of.Brooke, on the-South Side cf the Ifls of Wight, dittnc aboac hine Miles fVorn tlie Tcvvn of Newport, and half t Mile from the Sea> witlv R'pht of Common op Brooke Gtccr and. Mortifton Corirnioof land izo Acre? of Land in Hand of tu� yearly Value of 150I. sxcluftve of the Man/ion Houfe,-wb'wh ftands in a I/3vvn, and confiffs of x large Entrance Hal!,-hihdfomc Staircafe, three g"3od Parlours, fix Eed-Chamber^ fevin Garrets, a tonfen'wnt Kitchen and other Qflices, Coach-HoafeJ Stable' and \vailed Garden, planted with Jioic-.-figrit-Traas,' now in Perfection*'and Ai for th# immediate Reception of a genteel Family. ** And* alfo the ?am:s of Brook�, *3ulverftcn-�reetj -ar.4 Ganges^ oontatning;ab9ut.,6t3 Acres; and lett on Leafe 10 William.How at 306U a Year,- nf which Fifteen Years ars to Cim'e at ilichaelma*, 1790; with convenient Farro-H�ufe^ Barns., -Stables, aatfoth-.it'neceffiry 3i�ild"mg'i in good Repair* Ffcrfarther Pwticakirs, inifuire of Mr. Dicfcenibn; A�ar- ney^ at Newp-jrt Manb�m-H�ofej and fae a Viav� *t the Prepay;     chrf   

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