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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 6, 1790, London, Middlesex                                v-Friee Four Penc^s. From S AT UR D AY, S D A Y, Nov. 9,  1790. 89 id MONDAY, Nov. S. Irw       LONDON.GAZETTE. St. jAJBts's^ >*p>� Hl&dayhis SefeheHi�h- nefs" &e,,Landgraveof .k^Wl Earftenbtjrg, fent " noa to oe^phg\ Romans, lidhis fubfe-s4*.&? quent coronation as Em-M!fc^j&$& peror- of-^Germanf, had '�^ZS&g&J an audience of her Ma-Hy.   .; To which he was introduced by.the Honourabte Stephen Xflg*y>Vic�-ChaaibBrfaili to her Majef-ty, and condu&ed by Sir Clement Cottrell Dor-iner, Mafter of the Ceremonies. Whitebait, Nov. 6, The King has beenpleafed to approve the appointment of James Maury, Efq; to be Conful for the United States of America at the port of Liverpool and the place* adjacent. The King has been pleafed to prefent the Rev. James Thompfon to the church and parifhof Bal-iriaeleiian, in the prefhytery and county of Kircudbright, vacant by the death of the Rev. Nathaniel M'Kie. The King has been pleafed to grant to Capt. �William Douglas Clephane, of Carflogie, in the fcounty of Fife, Lieutenant in his Majefty's third fegiirie*nt of foot guards, and his ifiue, his Royal licence and authority to take and ufe the furname of Maclean, in addition to .that- of Clephane ; and alfo to order that this his Majefty's eoncef-iion and declaration be regiftered in his college of arms. Dublin Cajile, 03. 26. Yefterday being the anniverfary of his Majefty's happy acceffion to the throne, at noon the great guns at the Salute Battery, in his Majefty's park the Phoenix, were fired three" rounds, and anfwered by voilies from the regiments in garrifon, which were drawn up in the Royal fquare at the barracks. In the evening a play was given by order of his Excellency the Lord Lieutenant for the entertainment of the ladies ; and at night there were bonfires, illuminations, and all other demonftrations of joy. Madrid, 03, 18. Advices have been received here, fince thofe of the 14th inftant, containing further particulars of the terrible calamities produced by the earthquake, which happened at Oran, on the night of the 8th inftant. By thefe it appears that twenty fucceflive (hocks were felt at fhort intervals. The whole city is deftroyed, and a great part of the inhabitants and of the garrifon are buried under the rains. Almoft all the forts which cover that place and its diftrict are open or deftroyed, fo as not to be in a fituation to tefift in attack. The intOiof-part of the garrifon is in ruins in many places, and the considerable humber of people who were wounded and not actually killed by this difafter remained without af-�ft�nce� CommiJJions in the Hamplhire Militia, Jtgned by the Lord-Lieutenant, South Battalion* Richard Horner* Eft}} to be Eafign.  Dated Jnnc i&i 179b. Thomas South, jun. Efq; to be Lieutenant.   Dated June 18, North Battalion, "Thomas Seymour Hide, Efq} to be Lieutenant.   Dated May 3, 1790. Robert Gooch, Efqj to be Lieutenant*   Dated June 31, I79�� Wdr-Ojfict; November 6, 1796. Tirft or King's regiment of Dragoon Guards, Lieutenant Henry Teeftale, from tie 45th regiment of Foot, is appointed to be Lieutenant} vice Thomas Lane, who exchanges. jd regiment of Foot Guards, Enngn Robert Dalrymple to be ' Lieiitehlnt, by purchafe, vice Valentine Henry Wilmot, who retires.    . . $th regiment of Fdot, Enfign James Jackfon to' Be Lieutenant, by purchafe, vice F. P. Fatio, who retires* jbitto, Thomas LaKafter, Genu to be Enngh, vice James Jackfon. Uth regiment of Jitat, TJwonas GaU, Gent, to be Enngn; without ptirehsifr} vies John Milter, promoted. 3�th regiment 0/Foot, Peter ftayei J%a*;"QeoU to be En- fign, by purchafe) vice Alexander Jardine; promoted. �5th regiment of Foot, Lieutenant Thomas Lane, from die King's regiment of Dragoon Guards, to be Lieutenant, vice Henry Teefdale, who exchanges. 45th regiment of toot, Lieutenant John Godfrey Drew to be Captain of * Company, by purchafe; vice John Cooke, *ho retires. Dittj, Enn *a. William Gwyn fo hi Lieutenant, vice John Godfrey Drew. Ditto, William Vachel, jun. Gent, to be Enfign, vice Wm. Gwyni 54th regiment of Foot, Erafmus Carbonnel Warren, Gent* to b: Enfign, by jwarchafe, vice Samuel Wood, who retires. { 55th regiment of Foot^iddjtenant William Lumfden to be Adjutant, by pnrcbafe,. vice William Grant, who refigns. ( ?oth (or die Royal American) regiment of Foot, Enfigir' James Brawn W be Lieutenant, by furchafe; vice William Edsaadifane; wboTHaws. Uth (FBfchiaftd} legimeneafftatr Bn^^Ififii^Jrrafcr to be Lieutenant, vrithoot purchafe, vice John Caryy I tires, foiling his E.-Jrgncy. | Bkto, Stirling Hamilton, Gent, to be Eflfign, by parehafe, vice Haftir.gs Frafer, promoted. GARRISON OF PORTSMOUTH, if*ac ChaWecotj Jjeot. to be Sargcon, vise Edw3�d Iinzee, who rtfigns. BANKRUPTS. Edmun4 Hillief, of Piccadilly* Mi  at ten, at Guildhall, London, Attorney, Mr. Msddock,. Carey-ftreet, Chancery-lane! james Clapp, of White-IioiT-ftreet, to the pari,. i, Mad^^ Morwick^ G# Grt>ralts6r; and L^cyi C|war'di,iof I Rtaoife in     Downs Vis Majefty's fliips Dida- f&i^wftf^ ariS 'Southampton;  London Eaft-Indianian; r\atom^k, Steward, for orders..  Wind JS. S. E. '"JBiii Nov. 6. Ainved,. and failed' for the River, the Mlflervai Wilfon, fi^h Honduras. Puj back tile outward-. bound which failed y'fcfterday, except^hc Scorpion floop ; T DarSngton, Swinburn^. for Dominica ; at^Fonthill, Seward, for Jamaica; and remain with his M^jife^ihips Dictator, SoMthanapton, and Nenjefis ; and Lyon, SmMi,. for Anti--gua.  Wind S. S. E. Grmsfad, Nwi> 5.: Parted by; the Heb^Claxkibn, abd Qoeen �f* Naples, Focd, fi*om Leghorn f^jrt^ption^ Juftin, frona BjHioaV; Spencer^ Banker, from the^Sotfth-Sea ; Anoj Cosftrfndv torn Chavente; Philippina, Macklin, from Dartt-rkte; and City of Cork, Somervijle, fromCorlu L  ON  D  O  N. .    The following ..,� O N D O..N  GA1ETT ^ EXTRAORDINARY,   ' Whitehall, 2VW* 7. This morning one of hh Majefty's MeTfengers, difpatched by the Right Honourably AlleyHeFitz-Herbert, his Majefty's Ambaflador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at the Court of Spain, arrived at the office of his Grace- the Duke bfXeeds^ his MajeJiy's.Principal Secretary of State for foreign aifairs, with-^te cohventioa between his Majdty and the Caiholic King, for terminating the differences whjth had arifen with that Court, which was ngned at th* palace of the Efcuriah on-the 28th of Oc^er laft, by Mr. Fitzherbertr on the part �f his Majefty, and by the Count de Florida Bian'ca, on the pact of his Catholic Majefty. -   . -�-t ' V way,. is vn, fhore on tha Sponjig, and ten feet-. L water inJiJsr hold.   years. DIED.] Oh the 22d 'alt. at Weftport, Ireland, the Hon."James Browne, late his-'Majefty'a Prime Serjeant at Law, Member in the lail Parliament for the Borough of GaRle-bar, and cnclei to the Earl of Altamont.-Wednefday, at Memfj worth; aged upwards of fixty, the Rev. Dr. Wood, Vicar of Halifax* and Rector of Hemf-wortb; and alfo one of his Majefty's Jafiices of the Peace for the Weft-Riding of Yorkftiire__ Sunday* the1 Rev. Mr-John Gage, of Bury, brother to Sir Thomas Gage; Sart. a Prieft of the Church of Rpme.^On the iith Tilt, in the 67th year of her age, Mrs. Bayfield; wife of Mr. Robert Bayfield, df Antingbaffl; near Northwalfhairu This lady was remarkable for being accounted dnd of the b>ft liorfe -wc nen in England .�i^-We'dnef-* day; at Brdmptdn, Kenneth Mackenzie, Efq. Regiftejrof Seiaures of the Cultomsat Edinburgh. Wcdnsfday laft, the Rev. J. Noel, Re�tor of The livirg is in the gift of Brazed   

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