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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 30, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   ON  cON.) Price Four Pence.' From SATURDAY,  Oct. 30, to TtTKS DAT, Ntw 2, Ml/) ftat he Ij^ijnaieawi^WiA i quantity fe�^ w#oti , which was iifc li$rceffo$Wo]r making carrjietB,    ; ' On SatRrday five prtfonfers were tried" at the pM-Ba^e^lV^^bF/^il^n. capitally*-eOif: vl&ed, yizf.;'^d'iii*/^^fe' arid* William Jobbing 4bf. felonioufly, wiBfoly^*aiid i^iiickndI|E fetritig fire to and bjirning tl^ dW^iior-boule of James JhS^? /t&ft^ the dwelling^ioufe of Hugh Cameron, with intent -to 'ft'eal-hUgoofof imnr two were ampikted; The femedajr 48 ^rifonersivete'"deliveredby proclamation. ' - , . - MARRIED.} Yefrerday,lit Fecfch��ti-c&ttrcfa; Mr. William .Edridge, of the Surtey-road, to Mirs Clark, daughter of Mr. Clark;, of Peck-ham.-*Tuefday; the Rev. J. Nottage> of Eait-Hanningiield, to Mi& Anne Fringes Wakehamj youngeft daughter of Dr. Walw|ani; Dean- of B,ocking,-4-Thurfday, at Bainham, ik.Bfiejfii-Cj^p-tain Reynolds, of the 34thRegiment of foot, to Mifs Elizabeth Godfalve, only diugVter of Johft Godfalve Crofle, Efq. of Great-BaddoW, in that county .-*-On Saturday laft, Mr. George Pa*ris> of Great Saftoik-ftreety Charing-crofs, to Mils Hill, of the fame place.--A few days fince, at Hazeleigh, Robert Unwih, Efq. of. Rofemary-lane, London, to Mifs Polly Clarke, of Dad- : but/. ,, ..;  . DIED/.]   Yefte^ay^rfiOrning, at hi? lodgings -in ^edford-ilreetj;Mr. Edwin;,Comediani of Co* vent-garden Theatre. Mr; WOOf FEND ALE, Dentift, ... inftrufted fey ew .�L.ju.j�mJ ^:A to grant the dignities of T ^ .Vffcount�^:EsrlQfthe ->\' ^do^i?   notify his Imperial Majefty's EJedion to be KJftg df tie Romans, andiii fub-^{jeHtCoronatiOtJ'^^mperar of'Germany, had a privateaWilence^fh^iMajefly:     .-- To which ht Vris^ i^r^eed by hki Grace the ^ukejof Leeds,* his Majejfty's Principal Secretary h� State for foreign Afiairs, and conducted by Sir Cjefljeirf1 Cbttic II Dofiner, Matter . of the ^}NitfiMi Qft'�* Yelterd^y being *he. name-day ijjTiat! I^gdMry Prince of the.Two Sicilies, and a^xtrftO^^nary Courier* taviftg ardvedb the day before^&h to news of hH IR^tifeh^!^^^ liage with the Arch-Dochets Maria Clemen una having been celebrated by proxy at Vienna, there Was* by brder of his Sicilian Majeftyj a Grand Gala,, and ageneral illumination in this city. Tl�4 O^Pophon in Mount Vefuvius flilt ajhrmues, ^ut its/vfelenfi* is ibm^what abated^ As the fevaral,lav  The a(hes have fallen in great ibtmdahcei �ve6 at Maples, and tjiuft eoh-fidetably i^fiia the, vintage of this year; After the ,idMadif� drta^oris.cJ \76} and ths ^refent Ik thfeinolt fbrmidable that has happened; KEtWfttO  F CORN AND ORAIN> > -Erort Oft. i6toO"A. ii, 1790. 94OZ "5�3 Price. . h 6*75 1 5 6 s*. JO 5 6 D 4 9 Averagfe Prite per Quarten ].  s. d.' 1 2 1   4 � r-S r. 7 IO' i ti &3�r *4�4   5 86 1+ a6& � 10 J   a  >, 11 �67� * . *J s.�  4  8 O^fr o/" Orikanct, Ok. z9.: RoyaT ^egiA%nt of Artiller?> Second Lieutenant Edward Prkthirt is appointfi4 to be r irfl Lieutenant^ vice Wadding-to�, ^eteaied*.      . Seeasi Lfe4ffinaae.Lt�d[s O'Brien to be Firft Lieutenant, vice Egtrtoff, d��a(ed> War-0fire,* Oct. 30. ifjdi- j(or Prioce of Wales's Regiment of Light Dra- goons, Qearge Leigh, Gentleman, ^ appowted t� be Cornet, by FurcKate, vice Hflncnaable William Lumleyj promoted. , Brigade ei Fi�t Guards fot Foreign Service, Archibald Mrarns, Gent5traani to be Surgeoa. Coldft�eani Regiment of Foot Guards, Captain Andrew Co*-�l|,to be .^aji^rf'of a Oompaay, by Purchaiir, vice -� IdeutenaBt-CokioeJ W. A� Spencer Bofcwen, who re t>icto, Eofign Arthur Vdce to he Lieutenant,-vke Captain K�o�:i^Sgn fieniy Bayly, j&om the H Jf-pay 6f the 85th ' k�^mei� ^�-*� be Adjutant,, $e William -poygtei. Oephane j|k,R,egiment of Foot, Dawd -CaropbeU, Ge^>enwn, to be* EiiGgnT tfy PuVcllafe, vice John Nu|ent Smyth, pio-' fca& Reglnsent �f, Foo^, Lieutenant jjohn PKIqn to hi > Captain 0^ a Conapanv^ >y Purchafej vice Richard Tur-*erviU* Pidoo, wiw �tres. Ditto, !*fign Alexander J4pdkse to be lieutenant, vice John i^th R-egttnent of Foot, .Keutenant Williani Ha'tchinfon, from the 55th Regimtti, to be Lieutenant, vice Richard - Patterfon, who exchanges. 33d Regiment of Foot, William Netherfole Long, Gentle man, to;be' Eu^ga, iby gfprchale) vice � '�'-�      field, framed* 48thReg*�atat of Foot, Lieutenant John Hacjott, fromtlve' 8th Regiment of Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, rictf'* Richajd; Roberts, who exchanges. 53th Regtmtnt of Foot, Lieutenant Richard" Paterfon, frtrt ' the 19th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice .William Hutchinfoh^ whe'ewhan'ges. " :     .\    ,.. BANKRUPTS. \i> James Futcher, late of Salilbfire, Wilts, ^mercei j to fur-i&tte'T&t-iZt-jl&j atflve, abduec.11, at tenj atGuifd laMitiondAftti vmtmfi :Mfc te> -'Ads Budgc-raw. Bcn^axoie- Wenant, of the Haymarket, in the parifij of St. Jarfies,' Welftmiafter,' Middkfex, watchmaker; to furrender NoV; 5, 13, and Dec. n, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attorney itr. Burtn, King's-Bench Walks, Temple. ^hernias Moore, of Kington Blunt, in the pjriih of Afon, OxfbrdflHre, carrier; to fttrrender Nov. 4, at ten, 12, at five, and Dec. H, at ten, at Guildhall, Lundoi. Attorney, Mr. Morgan, Great Prefcott-ftreet, Goodman's-fields. Allen Fvetwell, late of High Holborn, Middlefex, uphol-fterer f to furrender Nov. 12, 16, and Dec. 11, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Cartwright, Denmark-ftreet, Spho. John Anderfon, of Hoxton, Middlefes, mariner; to fur-rendec Nov. |6� at ten, 13, at five, and Dec. 11, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorhies, Meff. Bolton and Miltbys, Bafingball-ftreet. John Watfon, of Fleet-market, London, linen-d "aper; to iurrendcr Noy. 2, at ten, 8, at five, and Dec. n, at ten, at GuitdhaU. Attornies, Meff. Pitches and Luard, in Swi-thin!s-Une. William London, now or late of Cranborn-ftreet, Leicefter-fields, Midilefex, haberdaflier; to furrender Nov. 5, at ten, 13, at five, and Dec. 11, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Smith, Thavies-inn. Dividends to be made. John Hughes and Daniel Taylor,   *9> at five, at GuilohalV, Londou.   Fintil Dividend. Jpfeph Whitefide, 9/ Holborn-bridge, in the city of London, linen-draper i Nov. 29, at five, at Guildhall, London. George Smith,Tate of Canton, in China, but now of the city �f London, merchant, (copartner with John Crichton, late of Canton, but now of die city of London, merchant;) Dec. 1, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Samuel Nelme, of Bilhopfgate-ftreet, in the city of London, tavfrnTkeeper and wine-merchant j Dec. 4, at ten, at Guildhall, Loqdon. ' John Fearn, of Ludgate-hill, in the city of Londr.h, mercer; Dec. J1,.. at ten, at Guildhall, London. JtAm Walker, of Bedford-ftreet, Covent-garden, Middlefex, woolien-drapci j Dec. 1, at eleven, at Guildhall, London.  John Scott, of Maochefter ; Nov. 27, at twelve, at the BullVhead, in Manchester. - Wlliam. Fletcher, now or late of the city of Briftol, holier; Nov. at three, at the Three Crowns Inn, in Leicefter. Final Divider^. .'   Di'vidipid adjourned. Thomas Thorley, of Lombaxd-ftreet, in the city of London, wax-chafteler 5 Nov. 20, at five, at Guildhall London.   Certificates te be granted. ^Thomas Huxley, la;e of the city of Worcefter, viatner J on or before Nov. 20. Thomas Lewis, of Tower-hill,  Middlefex, wme-mer�. chatot; on oi?before Nov. 7.0. 'Jfcbbert Shepherd, of Sunderland,. Durham, mercer and raper; on.oirbe%e No^s.-zo,      . fa^M?f*gyhflfg^ -'Of Tunt-rldsc-wclh*, Kent, bise&lcllcr^ on or ijefore Nov. 20. On Friday night, af eight o'clock, 'there was a Cabinet Courcil held, at*'the Secretary of State's plSce for Foreign ASairs, Whitehall, which waav attended by the Lord Chancellor, Mr. Pitt, and th"* reft of the Cabinet Minifters in town; the CoTufici! fat till eleven o'clock ; the Minifters met again in Council on ^Saturday at noon, whenthey -_- . fat two hours and/half; afterwhfch the D^ke' f, Caftleitourt.^f ,Eeedfi ^  re{ttlt^^-Kmg % Windfor. ExtraS of a Letter from Leghorn, 0%. M.._ '" Arrived here his Britairtticfc Majefty's' frigate Eurydice, George LumTdaine, Eiq; Com-1 mander, from Tangier itivd Gibraltar, having on board a Moorifh Ambanador, and Suite, fent from the Emperor of Morocco to the Grand Seignior at Conftartinople. The reafon itisfahfof this Embaffy being fent, Is Spain's having declared war with the Moors." At Rouen, one of the firft'commercial towns in Prance, the current cbin ofthe kingdom is ftf fcarce, that letters of credit from the firft hOufes of London cannot produce a Louis d'or. Many Englilh travellers who expedled to be fupplied there with money to proceed to Italy, have been under the neceffity of taking the circuitoes -route of Paris, in order to get the fine qua non of all expeditions. Appearances indicate that - the revolution at Liege will terinina.te pretty mnch in die fame ST;-'. Y-N E W S. Yefterday morning, at .CO'UNTR Caateriarj, 08. 29. te"n o'clock, Mr. Forlter Powell, the celebrated pedeftrian> fet off from the Dolphin inn, in this city, to walk to St. George's churth, Southwark, and back again, which he had engaged to perforin in 24 hours, for a wager of 60 guineas. At ten O'clock this morning Mr. Powell reached Canterbury within two miles; and confequently loft his wager. His failure was occafioned by miftaking the road through the darknefs of the night and going round by Greenwich, where he ffll dc\vri leve^raj times. He was brought the remainder of the way in a carriage* very much exhaufted, 'I I'*"'!   i '   ' *J�- '.I SHIP -NEWS. Deal, 09. -49; Came down and failed, the Kinglton, Stroud, for Jamaica; and London Packet, Glafs, f.w Dirblin. Remains in the Dowrts his Majefty's flup Dictator. Wind N. E. blows hard. Deal, W. 30. Remains in the Downs his Majefty's Hug Dictator.   Wind N. E. blows hard. Vrai'ifeni,   . '��i'��'  - .�  - j        . L  O N D  O N. . Saturday the King hunted with h�. flag hounds at .Windfor: a young red deer was turned out at Swindlry-Lodg�i which a"fforded.gc&d lport> and will be followed again on Tuefday. Their Majefties and the four elder PrincefSs attended divine fervice yefterday> with their ufual fuite, in St. George's Chapel, at Windfor, Which |s now fully opened for public wprihip. The King> Qyeen, &c. had exchanged their mourning again for the laft time fcr the late Duke of Cumberland. Yefterday morning his Royal Highhefs the Duke of York,- after giving audience to Sir William Fawcett, at York>houfe, Whitehan, fet off for Newmarketi Yefterdiy afternoon the Right Hon. Henry Dondas arrived at hislioufein Sonierfe^f Buildings: from �di�buigh^ Yefterday ni^"cellency Princ^ Landgrave of Furftenberg fet oft"from ISbetfon's Hotel in Vere-"ITreetT foYTWfmWtt^' HfS'Exce�e He has laid, in a choice AfTortment of the beft Wines, JJtci and he aflures tibofe who iavoiir him with. ,th�r. potj^ay^ that his ntmoft Exertions wil? be uftd to mttrit their Approbation and Support.     _' ^6^.3 �   j'U: Jilffi**;.'^T dnL D^O^VH^U^^rnoft'h^;hfuUy'�nd plsafently fitua* at fcamarfliand Henriy, in Efiei, (two Mileyfrom Sudbury); confiding of a good Dwelling-Koufe, Offices, and Gaicfens, 'four Barns, a Malting, and all other fuitable Building ; with 36 Acres of Meadow; ..aojrjining the navigable RpVci-'tO'SutP btiryj and 152 Acres of Arable, and 14 Acres' of exceeding fine growing .Wood Land-; for many Years pa#, lett to Mr. 'WlliamSimpfon, at a low Rent, as Tenant at Will. Particulars may be known (and a Map of the* Eftate feen) by Application to Mr. Wigginsj-atDanbury, Efl'ex ; to whom ht t- J ters; Poft-paid, will be duly anfwired. N. B. The Eftate'may be'feen by Application to the Te-nant: ,       . [s6tj  CHARIIY to AGED BLIND MEN and WOMEN, DiArifiutfea iind^r tEe Direftion of the Walter) Waldensj and Court of Affiftantsof the Painters) otherwife i'ajoter*-Sta":ner� Company, London;- WHEREAS the late, JOHN STOCK, Efq; did, by his Will; bequearh the Refidue of his Eftate to the faiS Company, and the Intercft thereof, as a Fund fdr the PUrpofe of paying Penflons of iol. a Year each to Blind Men and Wbrrfen, under the Regulations hereinafter mentioned ; and the Number of which Pcnfions have beenjaterf increafed; in confequence of a Decree obtained in the Court. of Chancery, and a fixth Years Jntereft of the laid Fund beinj now due ;    - The faid Company therefore give Notice, that a Court of Afliilants will meet at Painters-Hall, No. 9, in Little Trinity-Lane, near Qu  on, Wednefday the $th of December next, at Nine o'CloCk. in the Morning- (being, as ufual," the  fefdnd Wednefday in that Month), to eletl: proJier'Perfons ho receive fuch Of the faid .Annuities orP . pVevent frultlefs Applieations, the faid .Company ; t?!"nie proper jo declare, that, % the faid Willj no Pcifou fin rccjive'theBene'lftof the faid Cliarity; who has-not heeiri-' totjlly'Blind for three Years, and of'indigent, diilrefled Cir-cumitanoes, not a common Beggar,4or that has received A,im,s of any Pariih, or has any Eftate or Income of their own of more than iol. a Year, or receives any iJenefmcTtion t* that Amount; and unlefi he or ihe has been an Iniabitantof the Pariih of their Refidence for at Isaft three Years laft aiidpaft; and'muft have been born in England, exclufiye.of.Wiles' arid Scotland, and muft be of the Age of 6i Years tt leaft, and fcjf fober Life and ConVerfaflon ; all which rinift be teftified.ua-der the Hapds of the Miniiter and Church-Wardens ynrre the Petitioner refidej; and a Certificate of being totally Bfuulj under the Hand of fome Oculili-or Surgeon of Credit..'   '   '.. Proper Inftrut1:iQn'i> and Blank. PetTtions tD be fillrd up> will be delivered, gratis j at the Clerk's Office at the-faid Horl, every Diy, Sundnys excepted, frorn Monday the 25th Cay bfthis InftmtCcljber, to Friday the 12th Day. of frfcveajter next, from nine to three o'Ctock; wh'cli Pecjdflfis miirt He returned, properly filled' up and authenticated, on or befjrt Wedijefday the 24^ Day cf the fame STcvcniberi Petitioners nee* n^t apply in feffpnj-. if they can |>roctua x Friend tocojme for'tHeir Inftr\j56jons and Petitions; AndNotieiis hereby particularly given, that pii Petitions Will be delivered out but daring die:. JTune above^iBentioned, nor be delivered'to thofc under &i. Vests $f Age | ^r.thttfe who are not othe-rw'fedury qualified; nor to be recdvea 6aci, Unlefs' they eome in due.Timei as above mentioned ; nor thofe but Which fhall be properly filled up aed authenticited* according to the Inftru�kions and.abeve Diaeftions, A"d Notice is requeued-�o be given at the faid Hill of the-,D.cttb cf any Penfioner, or any frattd as to the laid Charity* And to prevent Trouble, thaNamer and Addi.ioinsof thofe wh? may be elected Will bs advertifcd in thif Paper $ andi no Attention C3n be paid � any Application mads by Lrttcr. [i/fat fJlOUl*;,  wiiCIC us uau in.i.11  jumt uuic -�   J lie uu';   I - .... T  j p^nter'f-Hali, Obiter 13, 1750. [j^.i   

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