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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 13, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O N'�ip._ O N. ) Price Four from f AWIDAY, Nov. 13, to T U E S DAY,, Nov. 16/1790. *3 MO N D AY, Nov. 15. Trim the LONDON GAZETTE. St. James's, Nov. 12. HIS day the Count de Minifter from the Emperor, had his audi-_ eoce of leave of his -Ma-jefty. And afterwards Count Stadion, his fueceflbr in the fame character, had a private audience of his Majefty, to deliver his credentials. To which they were refpe&ively introduced by his Grace the Duke of Leeds, his Majefty's Principal Secretary of State for foreign affairs, and conducted by Stephen Cottrell, Efq; Affiitant Mailer of the Ceremonies. Whitehall, Nov. 13. The King.has been pleafed to grant to Abraham Lumbrozo De Mattos Mo-catta, commonly called Abraham De Mattos Mo-Catta, of London, broker, and his iiTue, his Royal licence and authority to difcontinue the furname of Lumbrozo De Mattos, and to ufe for their furname the name of Mocatta only ; and alio to order that this his Majefty's concefiion and declaration be regiftered in his college of aims. Dublin Caftle, Nov. 5. Yefterday being the ahnivcrfary of the birth of the late King William the Third, of glorious memory, in the morning the flag was difplayed on Bedford Tower; at jnoon there was a fplendid appearance of the nobility and other peffons of diitinSion at the Caftle to compliment his Excellency the Lord Lieute-hant; after which his Excellency, attended by the nobility and gentry, and efcorted by a fqua-dron of horfe, went in procefllon round the flatue of King" William. On his Excellency'-* return to the Caftle the great guns at the Salute Battery, in his Majefty's Park the Phanix, were fired three rounds, and anfivered by vollies from the regiments in garrifon, which were drawn up in College Green ; and at night there were bonfires, illu rninations, and other demondrations of joy. Confiant'-nopk; Q�t. 7. The contagion gains ground indifferent parts of this city, and in the neighbouring villages. I/ague, Nov. 9. This evening the Prince holder and the Princefs of Orir-ige returned to the Hague from Loo, to which place their Royal and Serene HighnefTes had accompanied. the Prince and Princefs of Brunfwick, and Prince Frederick of Orange, cn'ti.eir way to Brunf-wick. The hereditary Prince'of Orange, who had alfo gone at the fame time to Loo, proceeded from that place to Berlin, on a viiic for a few weeks. ----- Prince of Wales's Council, the 12th of November, 1790. The names of thofe who were nominated for Sheriff, by the Council of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, at his Royal Highnefs's Council Chamber and-Duchy Office, S*merfet-place, on Friday the twelfth day of November, in the thirty-firft year of the reign of King George the Third> and in the year of our Lord, 1790. Ceuaty of Cornwall. Sir William Molefworth, of Pencarrcw, Bart. Thomas Glynn,' of ftel-ftonc, Francis Glanville, of Catch-French, Efqrs. War-Ojpce, No*v. 13. �2th Regiment of Foot, William O'Brien, Gent, is appointed to be Enfign, withouc purc'.iaf;, vice John Savage v/ogan, deceafeJ. 55:h Regiment of" Foot, Enfign George Mackenzie to be Quarre.--Mafter, without purchafe, vice George Leflie, appointed to a Lieutenancy in the Invalids. 60th (or the Reyal American) Regiment of Foot, Jean Francois M'.eoillc, Clerk, to be Chaplain, vice William Winder, deceafed. CoKmijj.ois in the Staffordshire Militia, figned by the Lord Lieutenant. Th-m.-s Webb Green, Gent, to be Enfign. Dated Oft. i, Vva'rrr Sncyd, Efq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice Pecn A/hecon Curzon, Efq. refigned. Dated M*y i, 1790. Edward Dilbrowe, Efq. to be Major, vice Walter Sneyd, Efq. promoted. Dated May 1, 179c. John Neale, Efq. to be Lieutenant. Dated May 16, .1790. RETURNS OF CORN AND GRAIN, From Nov. 1 to Nov. 6, 179c. Average Pr'ce ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. James SwanneU� Rickmanfworth, Herts, or Meff. Fox and Williams* TookV . court, Curfitor-ftreet, London. John Dudgeon, of Dniry-lane,. MiddleTex, baker J to Afr-render Nov. 19, at five, and Dec, I, 25, at ten,-at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Spottifwoode, AufHn-friars. Henry Roberts, of Black-friars-road, Surry, nurfetyman ; to fiorender Nov. *o, 24, and Dec. 25, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Stanway, Bucklerfbury, Cheap fide. John Cock, otherwife Cocks, of New Bond-ftreet, in the partio of,St. George, Hanover-fquare, Middlefex, confec-JtPUer j. to Jurr.erulep Nov. 20, at eleven, 23, at fix, and Dec. 25, at eleVen, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Yfilby, Soho-fo,uare. Edward Snejfon, of Oxford-ftreet, Middlefex, haber-diflier; to furrender Nov. 22, 26, and Dec. 25, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Exley, Chancery-lane. Robert Little, of Southwell, Nottinghamfliire, naercer and draper; to furrender Nov. 22, 23, and Dec. 25, at eleven, at the Saracerfs-head, ia Southwell. Attorney, Mr. George Hodgkinfon die yoonger, in Southwell. Ifaac Watfon, late of Whitchurch, Herefordfliire, dealer and chapman 5 to furrender Nov. 24, 25, and Dec. 25, at tea, at the Biewers-arrhs Inn, in the parifli of St. Nicholas, Worcefterfhire. Attorney, Mr. John Ruddtngj at Wor-efter. John Brennan, now or late of Manchefter, Lancaftrire, cotton-manufacturer j to furrender- Nov. 18, 19, at three, and Dec. 25, at eleven, at the Britannia Inn, in Manchefter. Attorney, Mr. G. Nabb, at Manchefter, or MelT. Parker and Hawkfworth, Chancery-lane, London. William Meredith, formerly of High-ftreet, Shadwell, Middlefex, hatter, late of the Weft Indies, but now of Shad-well, merchant; to furrender Nav. 20, at eleven, 23, at > fix, and Dec. 25, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attcn> uey, Mr. Shelton, Seffions-houfe, London. Dividends to be made. Thomas Smith, late of Manchefter, Lancashire) tallko-prrhter; Dec. 14, at eleven, at the BullVhead Inn, in Manchefter. , � � Edmund Godfell, of Lower Thanies-ftreet, in the city of London, cooper ; Dec. iS, at ten> at Guildhall, London. John Johnfon, late of Afhbourne,jDerbyfliire, groceiy de-ceafed ; Nov. 29, at ten, at the Blackmoor's-head, in Afh-boufnei Final Dividend. William Taylo% of Malton, Yorkfhire, Shopkeeper, Dec ii, at four, at the Bull's-head Inn, in the Market-place, Manchefter. Final Dividend. Eleanor Morris, of the parifli of St. Martin, in the city of Wcrcefter, vintner; Dec. 8, at three, at the Pheafant Inn, in New-ftreet, in the parifli of St. Martin. William Story, formerly of Red-lkm-ftreet, Cterkenwell, Middlefex, and late of Finch-lane, London, watchmaker} Dec. 4, at twelve, at Guildhall,' London. John Ccck, of Portfmouth, Hants, grocer: Dec. 15, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Dividend adjourned. Mark Gibbard, of Romford, Elfex, wopkeepe' 5 Jan. 29, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Certifrates te be granted. Edmund Godfell, of Lower Tha�M-ftreet, in die. city of iismi^y^^^^^h^Ks^it^i, .....---;,-,'r.i George SanO'tit the younger, . weaver ; on or before Dec. 4. John Jackfon, late of Air-ftreet, Piccadilly, Middlefex, merchant; on or before Dec.4. - Marmaduke William Norris, of John-ftreet, Oxfoid. ftreet, Middlefex, upholfterer ; on or before Dec. 4.. tv Commiljion luperfeded. � Giles Gartfide, of Smithy-place, in the Townfl^ of Henley, in the parifli of Almonbury, Yorkshire, dyer. Benj amin Gartfide, of Denbigh Dyke Side, in the parifli of Peniftoae, Yorkfhire, dyer. The Humber, Joy, of Liverpool, is loft on Riga Bar. The .Robert and Sufannah, of Dover, has been run foul of and funk near Sunderland. La Grace, Rerrardeau, from "Cadiz to Qftend, is loft near Dunkirk; cargo faved. Information has been fent to the Admiralty Office, that the Two Brothers, of London, burthen 118 tons, Edward Theaker, matter, bound from Malaga to London, laden with fruit and other fmall articles, was, on the i-ft inft. driven \ on (hnre, about two miles to the Weftward of Beacify-Head, in SufTex, and foon after, by the violence of the fea, beaten to pieces. Information has alfo been fent to the fame office, that the Einigkeit, of Mecklenburgh, burthen 183 tons, Joachim C. r*arow, mailer, bound'from St. Ube's to Gottenburgh, laden with fait, was, on the lft inft. driven on more, about a mile to the Wed ward of Beachy Head, where (he bulged, and broke to pieces. The Fly, Radmore, of Dartmouth, from Newfoundland, was loft in the late gale of wind on the coaft of France ; the people are all laved. The Duke of Leeds does not retire from office til! :after the parliamentary difquifitidn of the Sp&nifh Convention; after thefe matters are wound up his Grace comes near the King's perfon in a dignified ftation for life. The laft difpatches from General O'Hara mention that Prince Edward had perfectly recovered from the indifpofition under which he had laboured when the preceding advices left that place. Upwards of 100 gentlemen, the major part of whom had palTed for Lieutenants during the late war, were on Wednefday promoted from mates, midftiipmen, &c. to that rank. There are upwards of 200 more on the lift for promotion. TChe total amount of the feveral branches of public Revenue, under the heads of Cuftoms, Excife, Stamps, and Incidents, for the week ending Nov. 12, 1790, is 232,477!., 14s. 2^d. WVROACH and Co. PALL-MALI* (Late VANSPMMERS) BEG Leave moft refpeftfully to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry) that they have manufactured for' the prefentand enfuing Seafons, a rich and elegant AlTortmerrc : of SILKS,' SATTINS, and VELVETS^.-for Q01MIT and alt faflfionable DRESSES, which they flwil feU on the moft reafonable Terms. [a725 LINCOLNSHIRE and YORKSHIRE. To be "SOLD, SUNDRY FEE-FARM RENTS, iiTuinff and parable out of divers Eftates near Holbeach, in Li^colri-ihire, and Hallifax, in Yorkihir<, of tfc annual Value of 200'i.aid upwards. A very large Portion whereof is paid by the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln. For further Particulars, inquire of Mr. Jackfon, Gray's* Inn, LJndon ; Mr. Harvniags, Attorney, Holbeach; &nd Mr. Parker, Attorney, Hallir'ax. Barfey -' Beans - Malt - Oats �- Pcaf-. - Rye - Rape Seed Wheat - Quarter;. iJ-j a 1716 298^ 2393 1391 3?. 57 2872 Price. s. . 6 18 per Quarter. I. S. d. I 3 0 I 5 4 1 �5 8 0 18 7 I id. 7 I 6 8 I 7 2 2 7 4^03 2173 535^ 12 5 5024 5 . 7 2.; 07 6 1 42 14 11 112 18 7 61 6 13 ic . . B A K KRUPTS. : Ge�rge Welch, late cf-th^ parifli of St. Giles in the Fi"Us, \iiddlefcx, wine-merchant; to rbrrender Nov. 19, at five, -ey, of Pembroke College, was unan^-moufly elefted a Fellow of that Society. On Wednefday laft the Reverend John Roberts, M. A. of Jefus College, was inftitoted to the Rectory of Kiddington, in ;the county and diocefe of Oxford, on the prefentatioh of the:^j Right Honourable Lord Dillon, and the nomkia-i tion of Larjy Moftyn. ; SHIP-NEWS. Deal, Nov. 12. Game' downj and failed, the- Mount Pleafarrt, Douglas, for Jamaica, and Nonfuch, Smith, for Limerick. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's ftiips Dictator and Nerncfis, and Willink, Steward, for Rotterdam. Wind N. E. Gra-vejind, Nov. 12. Paffed by the Integrity, Loft} Jam-j,- Eel! ; Francis and Jofeph, Offl^y, and Tartar,. Knowles, from Peterlburgh ; Two Brothers, Hendricks, from Embden ; Polly, French, from Gottenburgh; Two Brothers, Fuiter, from Norden; and Bacchus, Prouting, frqm Mogadore. LONDON. Yefterday the Royal Family, with the ufuaj. attendants, went from the Qtieen's-Lodge, Windi" for, to the Collegiate Chapel, where they heard Divine Service and a Sermon by the- refident Canon ; after which they returned to dinner. Yefterday afternoon his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales arrived at Carleton ho.ufe from Sir Gerard Vanneck's feat in Suffolk. Saturday Earl Howe viiited the King^at Wind-for, and the fame afternoon arrived as his houfe in Grafton-llreet. XY Yefterday at one o'clock the Cabistsft"^linifters met in Council at the Secretary of Staters tfficej Whitehall, in order to compofe the fpeech wh;' the King ^vill deliver from the Throne to ffl houfes of Parliament on the 25th inft. Saturday there was a meeting of the foreign Miniilers, for the purpofeof receiving ia form-the Count de Stadign, the new Imperial Ambaflador, as a TVIember of the Corps Diplomatique. On Saturday Mr. Schaw, the Meftenger, was fent off from the Duke of Leeds' Office, Whitehall, with letters to Earl Gower, his Majefty's Ambaflador at Paris;, from thence ^Mr. Schaw will procJeed to his ftation, as Meftenger in Ordinary to Mr. Fnzherbe'rt; his Majefty's Ambaflador at Madrid. ' . The Unity, Coates> from. Briilol to Rooen, is l.ofti)ff Peiaance. - - ; ' The decreafe in the number of public annuitants, within the laft five years, exceeds twelve thoufand, in the Bank and other public offices. The Univerfity pf Oxford has purchafed the edition of Plutarch's works, preparing by Pro-feflbr. Wyttenbach.-This learned man has already been employed twenty years on the work, and from the fpecimen which has been published, there can be no doubt of its being ultimately one ^�$&^m&>. ^�laaWb '-JM^uiikidns ^OK^stera^eFe wh^h h^lver bee� rnade. 'y The Bodleian Library has lately made forne large purchafes cf the early printed books.-*-Amongft others they have procured a ficft edition of Ovid, printed before the year 1470, in the higheft prefervation. Of this curious book Lord Spencer has. a copy, which he obtained with the Revinfiu collection.-There are no other copies known. One of the beft private libraries in Europe is ^Mr. Wyndham'� of Feibrig-, in Norfolk} we tnay add, that there is no one ufed more to the ft*}0/'* & Mr. Dajhnvood, of Norfolk, has received from "America a very curious breed of Iheep. They are remarkably large, are regularly fpotted with ;JBrowri~a&& whke;�are faid to be great breeders, and of a pecuHajrly fine flavour. Lady �lh;al>e^i �ambert has introduced a new hat. It relfs perfeftly flat on the head, has a. fmall brim, no hair is vifible beneath it, and it ties under the chin with a fimple bow of pink "mbband. Itskinfon the Contractor's bufinefs is again to -come forward-a motion on the fubjecl was on Friday made by the Attorney-General in the Court of Exchequer, and a further inveftigation is to take place on a future day. A duel was fought on Thurfday between a Colonel of the Eaft-India fervice, and a Captain of the Navy. They fought at ten paces ; and at the fecond difcharge, the former, who was alfo the challenger, received a ball in the upper part of the right arm, which entirely difabled him. A few days ago a dreadful fire broke out a't Hoftler's-green, in the parifh of Stoken-Church, in Oxfordihire, occafioned by fome boys having made a bonfire, which reduced to a(he* ten bays of building, viz. abarn, liable, granary, foweral outhoufes, and a cart hovel f together with a bay of wheat, two bays of oacs, one oat rick, two ricks of hay, an4 pm of another? with ploughs and other implements of huibandry. MARRIED.] On Saturday morning, at St, Margaret's, Weftmiofter, Mr. Gbodbehere, of Cheapfide, Goldfrnith, to Mifs Wood, daughter i"Henry Wood, Efq. of George-ftreet, Weftmin-ftcr.-Tuefday, at Abingdon, Berks, Herbert Pryf� Ball, of Carmarthen, Efq. to Mifs Kendall/ of Abingdon.-Thurfday, >tjSt. George the Martyr, Mr. Henry Beckwith, of Long-acre, to Mrs. Dedman, of Pleafant-row, Hoxton. DIED.] On Sunday, the 7th inft. of a pulmonary confurnption, in the 16th year of her age, at Trofton-hall, in the county of Suffolky Mifs Jane Walker, daughter of the Lecturer, in pj^p^h^y^tr-Yefterday at his houfe at Knightf-William Cobb, formerly of Clare-j^^^v-^Thurfday laft, at Chipping ^(KrjiM^r,* relict of the Reverend ery^ Rsdor ef Boiington, 'fjor- To DRUGISTS anc CHEMISTS. To be DISPOSED of, : AWeU - eftabliftied WHOLESALE: BUSINESS, producing (on an Average of the laft three , Years) more than 700I. per Ann. Poffeflion will be girea at Chriftmas next, Or a fhort Partnerfnip entered in�D, at tbA Choice of the Puxhafer ; from 1500I. to 2000I1 will be . necertary, One-half of which may remain, upon good Security, at Four and a Half per Cent, per Annum. For Particulars apply, by Letters, Poft-paid, to Me(T. Davies and Rodwell, Brokers, Martin's-lane, Cannon-ftreet} each Application rauft be accompanied with the Addrefs of thi-Perfon applying, and an Anfirer Will be returned ia a rev* Days. None but Principals can be attended to. [1746 October 22, 1790. To be LETT, And entered upon the enfuing Spring, A Handfome DWELLING-HOUSE, with /TV- Stabling, Coach-Houfes, and all other neceflary Out-Bailding-, Gardens, Orchards, and beautiful Pliafure-Grounds adjoining, fituate at WATER-HEAD, in CO-N1STON, Lancafhire, two Miles from Hawkihead, and font frdm Arnblefide, the Property and Refidence of the late George Knott, Ef^. and at prcfent occupied by Timothy Packer, Efq. From the Alcove and feveral Windings in the Pleafure-Grounds it commands cxtenfive and pleafing Views of the Lake and adjacent Country. ..The Tenant miy be accommodated with Land to the Ex- * tent of too Acres, or any lefs Quantity, in feveral InclofureJ furrounding the Houfe, alfo a Pieafiire-Boat upon the Lake, ..if require)!. For Particulars apply to Mr. Teffbn, Banker, in Wolver-hampton; or Mr. Harrifon, of Newland Furnace, UWer- . fton. N. B. See Weft's Guide to the Lakes, Psge 54.. [26^6 brid^ court, WardelJ., Doaor K? ihamptocflit The BEST^and CHEAPEST PERFUMERY in LONDON. Hair Powder made of the fineft, fweeteft, and belt man*- raclured.Lamb?th Surch. Freach White 8^7. f Violet .-. - - xiA. Thtt*"'*"-" - . -""j^. >^Sf;Pqun3.^ Pink Orris - ixdi :SiipTr^ie iedi'3! > t Mawehajje or Rofe �d� - ExciuBve of Stamps. CLARIFIED POMATUMS, Orange, Jefla-raine, Rofe, or Marechalle, not to be equalled, either fbr the Fragrance of their Scent, or their, matelilefs Quality in thickening and preferring- the Hatr, only-"is.'.per RoTl, or Pot. They excel all-others far Iixp�rtation.: ' Pound Pots of Pomatum, 20d. each, -SCnnp*.Included. Real Marechalle Powders, 4s. 8s. and J2V per Pourid. The Prince's Flaxen* iSd. per lb. Scented 3*-Sims's real Windfor Soap, as. per Pound}. London made� i8d. 'Circaffian Wafli-Balls for the Skin, 2s, each. Xavender Water and Milk of Rofes, 4s. 6d. per Pint, remarkably fine. Frefli foreign Pomatums. The abdve, and every- oth:r Article of �er�ugety, fold irJ the higheft Perfection poflible, bv LOVE, Perfomer to His Royal Highnefs the PRINCE of WALES, No. ia, Hay-market, two Doors below the Theatre". � �2608 %* The greateft Vaiiety of DRESSING CASES. ITUNDSTONE's HOTEL, FALMOUTH. - RBLUNDSTOi-^E ljegs Leave to acquaint . the Nobility, Gentry, and others, that the abov* HOTEL is now entirely compleated, and furnifhed in an elegarit Stile ; corulfting of a commodious Bali-Room, feveri ^Dinisg and one CofKee-Room, a Billiard-Room, and tweii^* fevea Bed-Rooms; Wines of the-very beft Quariry, arid �'every AcrosimoJarian that can be wi/hei for. -�� R. BLUNDSTONE, is trulftecibleaf the Favours ani Support he has already experienced,! and with Gratitude acknowledges die many Obligations he feels himfHf under to the Gentlemen, Travellers, and others, for their great Kind-nefs in fubmitting to the min/ Inconvenienci*! they.mull ha-ve experienced while the Hatel was building. He now folicits the Continuance of their Support, and en- ' gages to do every 'Thing in his Poweiv that may be lik-ly to eftabliih a firm aad permanent RepuMtiort: to the abov*. Hotel; and he ventures to hope, that the Atttmion which will be fhewn to all Perfons who may honour h'rm" with their Cuftom, will ba the beft Grounds upon which he may rea-fonably expect an Increafe of real and fubftandal Friends to his Houfe. The above Hatel is fituated in the- Centre of die Town* and upon a riling Ground, commanding the Harbour of Falmouth. N. B. Very fpacious Stall-Stable, neat Poft-Chaifes, and a Coach to and from Exeter three -Days a Weak. Falmouth,. Sept. 15, 1700. [H49 1 IRISH LOTTERY �- � . Began drawing Nov. i^. . The PRIZES arifing to all TICKETS* and SHARES of TICKETS, 'fold by THOMAS WILKIE, Will be paid as foon as drawn, at either of his-Offices, vit. No. 71. St. PAUL'S CHURCH-YARD, LONDON, At Mr. BILLlNGE's, PRINTER, LIVERPOOL, . Meff. TREWM--5N and SON, PRINTERS, EXETER; And at Mr. BEATNlFFE's BOOKSELLER, NORWICH. AN ADVANTAGE only to be obtained'bjr purchafing of him,-and which he ffatfers himfelfwift -be a further Recommendatioij t> public Favour, in Addition to the Proofis he has already given of his RefponfibUityV by an Advance of THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS 5 And by having procured the moft exterjlive Variety of TtCKElS ever offered fbr their Chc^ctr/ihis-Etoe^having coafifted of . . FIVE THOUSAND NUMBERS, Selected from every Thoufand In\he Lottery, j a confiderable Variety of thefe ftill remain, -Which ars now felling on the loweft Terms, at his FOUR LICENSED OFFICES, tt above. - T. WILKIE begs to repeat, that no Bufinefj whatever, but'what is authorifed by the Laws of die Land, will bi tranf-afted at.either of h'S OfS^cJ ; and the Law very clearly .points oat, that no TranfacYioas ja the Lottery are LEGAL butths Sale of real Tickets, and 'LEGAL STAMPED SHARB�. toffeof,- tofisthef with the P�rchju� af Priees. fjafjt� ,,
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