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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 16, 1790, London, Middlesex                                WEQNESDAY, M#v. 17. Frm tit LONDON G A Z$ T T E. Ordnance. Nov. t&� r V|^a   Whitworth it' tapoirrfed to be l\0   Captain of  COtfjfcuJ,'*** Charles Smith retired* to be Captain Lieutenant, vice |W/ - Franc! > � hitwerth, Ptomoted. Second ._____ Lieutenant James Gil bert to be Firft Lieutenant, vice Charles Neville, prompted* CommiJJions in the Wiltihire Militia, Jigned by the Lord Lieutenant. Ho'n. George Herbert to be Captain, vice Thomas Pechell, refigned.   Dated September i, 1700.-John riungerfbrd Penruddocke, Biq. to be Captain, vice John Lewis Hicks, deceafed.   Dated September 3, 1790. Commijftons in the Baft York Militia, jigned by the Lord Lieutenant. Edmund Garforth, Efq. to be Major, vice Matthew Boynton^; Efqj refigired.   -Dated April'12, 1790. 1 Bellingham Graham, Efq. to be Captain, vice Edmund Garforth, Efq. promoted.   Dated May 1, 179c. Warton Pennyman Berry, Gent, to be Lieutenant.   Dated May i, 1790. Ralph Row.itree, Gent, to be Enfign and Surgeon.   Dated ' O&ober 31, 1790. BANKRUPTS* ' James Carruthers, of Milk-ftreet, Cheapfide, London, wholefale mercer, (carrying on trade under the firm of James -Carruthers and Co. j) to furrender Nov. 20, at five, 30, and Pec. 28, at ten, at Guildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr. G. Adams, Budge-row. Jonathan Banks and James Hufon, of Great Rutland-iheet, Oxford-road, Middkfex, ghfs and SttfTordflure waiehduie-men, and copartners; to furrtcder Nov. 22, 29, at five, arid Dec. 28, at twelve, at Guildhall, London. Attornies, Mefi. B. arid W. Heine, Patemofrer-row. Thomas Crcekart, of the parilh of St. John, Wapping, Middlefex, dealer and chapman 3 to furrender Nov. 24, at rive, 30, and Dec. 28, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. WilJey, Bafiogball-ftreet. John Hammerton, of Little Shire-lane, in the parilh of St. Clement Danes, Middlsrfex, wine and 'brandy-merchant; to furrender Nov. 19,; at lix, 27, and Dec. 28, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attornies,. Meff. Holt and Barber, Palf-gravs-plaee, Temple-bar. William Heelis the younger, now or late of Great Bolton,Lan-c^fhire, fuftian-manufadhircr; to furrender Nov. 22, 23, and Dec. 28, at ten, at the Harfe&oe, in Great Bolton. Attorney, Mr. William Hardman, 'in Little Bolton, or MeiT. Carpenter, and Harris, Southward. George Buttle, late of the city of Bath, Somerietfhire, defter and chapman ; to furrender Nov 20, and Dec. 7, 28, at at the Greyhound and Sbakefpeare, in the Market- plaoe^i riie city of Bath.   Attorney, Mr. Richard Bo* (her, | Benjamin Willis, late of Sheffield, York&'rej flwgreen- j cife-nukeff to furrender Nov. 17, at five, and Dec. 4, 28, at ten, at G&'ldhall, Loudon.   Attorney, Mr. Davies, in Little St. Helen's, Bi&offsate-ftreet. Reuben Buckner, of the town of Rumfey Infra, Hants, linen-draper; to furrender Nov^sQj, 17, and Dec. zS, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Attornies, Men". Wade and Sa;-,d\s, Crane-court, Fleet-ftreet. Joicph Burr, of Oxford-Street, Middlefex, horfe-deal-.-r; to furrender Nov. 20, at five, 30, and Dec. 28, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Phillipfon, Ely-place, Holborn. Will.am Bower, late of Manchefter, L�nc?ihire> grocer; to furrender Dec. 9, 10, and 28, at four, at the BullVhead, tn the Market-pl.xe, Manchefter. Attorney, Mr. Jones, Manchefter, or Mr. Edge, in the Inner Temple, London.- Jofeph Hofe, of the Borough of Southwark, Surry, .man's mircerj toiiirrender Nov. 20, 30, and Dec.28, at eleven, | at Guildhall, London.   Attorney, Mr Reynolds, SwithinV lane" ---*       "    - -- the borough to furrender Hamoaze, for all t^dteaatits ; \vhen they received orders to difc^atinue imprefflrig mien. The Vengeance, of74=-jpins� now in the Sound, as well as all the, Jhtps belonging to the Ordinary of this port, under orders to rendesvdas here, from jSjithwd, are every dajr exr^ded ftficime into Wanroaise, wherei they will be better flueirited -from the fcoiftwous weather at *bis feaffon :$f-iSie year, though they will probably not be Siixae-diately^fmantled or paid off,  ' Portfnmtb, November 15. The following mips are now under fail, running through St. Helen's Road,jil�und to Plymouth, with a ilrong breeze ofwSiUt N. E. by E. Ships. Guns. Commanders. Royal Sovereign, 110 Capt. W. Domett. Prince,    -     -   98  J. Rogers.   . 98  - - ~ 80 Impregnable, Gibraltar, Bombay Caftle, Captain, Carnatic, Egmont, Swiftlure, Naflait, Loweftoffe frigate, Sir T. Bayard, Knt. G. B. Weftcott. 74 J. T. Duckworth. 74  A. Dickfon. 74 J. Ford. 74 C. Hope. 74 Sir J. Wallace, Knt. 64  A. Sutherland. 32  Hon. R. Stopford. The flag of Sir Alexander Hood was ftruck on board the Royal Sovereign this morning, before the Plymouth divifion failed. The Prince, Impregnable, and Gibraltar, bear the flags of Admiral Jervis, Bickerton, and Goodall. This morning, part of the 17th regiment of foot difembarked from on board fome of the thip* of the Fleet, where they had been doing duty as marines. SHIP-NEWS. Deal, Nov. 15. Remain in the Downs his Majefty's fhipi Dictator and Nemefis, and Witlink, Steward, for Rotterdam.   Wind N. E. blo'.vs hard. Grxvtfend, Nov. 1 J. Paffed by the Renih'olt, Ohlere, from H/rnburgh f Duke af Richmond, Falconer, from Pe-terfburgh; and Friendlhip, Boxer, from Gottenbwgh. Thomas Thompfon, of Blackman-ftreet, m of Southwark, Surry, baker and mealm^n ; Nov. 25, 30, at twelve, ai;d Dec. 28, at ten, at Guildhall, Lo.idoi. Attornies, MeiT. Necld and BuAj Norfolk-ftreet, Strand. ' Dividends to be made. Thomas 'Wickham, of Su Ive's, HuntingdonftSire, wor-fted-maker; Jan. 5, it ten, at Guildhall, London. John Weidner, now or late of St. Matthew, Bethnal-greln, Middle***, dnig-mariufa&urer j Dec. 11', at eleven, at Guildhall, .London. L�wis Mendez, 0/ Crutched-fnars, London, merchant; Dec. 7, at eleven, at Guildfeall, London. John Auther and Thomas Auther, late of Great St. Helen's, London, irrftirance-brtkers, wi.ne-merchauts, and partners 5 Dec. 11, at eleven, aJGuildhaVl. Final.'-Div. ^.JefFery Wallett, of Wiibech, in the IQe of Ely, Cam-bridgelhire, draper, taylor, and fateiinan; Dec. It, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Dividends adjourned. Thomas Thorley, cf Lotabard-ftreet, London, wax-chandler} Dec. 28, at ten, at Guildhall, Lcndon. Jofeph Brown, of Gracechurch-fheet, London, merchant; Dec. 4, at eleven, at GuHdhall, Londoa.   Final Div. John Hayward, of Hull, Yorkshire, linen-draper ; Nov. 27, at eleven, arGmtdhail, London.  Final Div. Thomas Fielder, of Great Surry-ftreet, in the parilh of Chrift Church, Surry, merchant; Nov. 27, at eleven, at Guildhall, London.   Final Div. Alexander Thorn, of Panctas-lane, London, faftor; Dec. ji, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Certificates to be granted. John Hawkes, of the parilh of Yardley, Worccfler/hire, dealer and chapman 5 on or before Dec. 7. William Waring, of Kingftoa upon Hull, linen-draper 5 on or before Dec. 7. Bankruptcy enlarged.   . Thomas Howard, kte of Wardour-ftreet, in the pariih of Sr. James, Weftminfter, Middlefex, coachmaker; to furrender Jan. 4, at ten,' at Guildhall, London. COUN-TRY-NEWS. Plymouth, Nov. 14.   The Africa, of 64 guns, and the Charon and, Severn, of 44 each, are the only mips fitting at this port that have ndt received countermanding orders; by which it is conjectured,, that this description of vefi'eb-is to future for the traufportation of all returning from, foreign or be preferred in uoops,going upon fervrce.        , Orv Friday a fignal Cambridge guardtbtp, was made on board the, Admiral Graves, lying in LONDON. Yeflerday his Royal Highnefs the Duke of j York left Clermont HalJ, and went on a viiit to the Earl of Orford, at his ieat at Houghton, Norfolk. 6 # Yellerday afternoon1 Earl Howe had a private interview with the Minifter at his houfe ia. Down-mg-ftreet. Yellerday Admiral Barringson and Sir Alexander Hood arrived in town from Portfrhouth, where they have given up.their late commands. The Emperor has granted leave to the" States of Lower Auftria to prefent fourteen couple of young.married peafants with feven hundred florins each, as a marriage-portion, in lieu of the triumphal arch which they were bound to ere<5t on his entrance into Vienna. The Marchionefs of Rockingham lives a moil retired life at Uxbridge. With a jointure of 5000I. per annum, (he neither vifits qor hardly receives vifits ; but fhe does, what is better, much good a/oand her neighbourhood, by viiiting the poor. The. Duchefs of Rutland made her appearance yefterday in_Hyde-Park in her cabriole, with h  Supervifor of Excife at Rotherham) Collector of Excife fcrthe City of Cfiefter. The defcriprion of the.new club, denominated the Halter Clafc, is, we hope, for the &ke of hju-man nature, highly exaggerated, if not utterly groundlefs. The hour of dining, at the falhionable Clubs in the Weft end of the town, is nominally at half after fix,' dinner on table at feven. Water-drinking z.nd pure air appear to be fatal to"the coriflitutions of citizens; fmce, after a courfe of both, they immediately become broken. -No air teems to them fo falubrious as that which they breathe behind their counters in the regions of Cheapfide. The ufual plea for idlenefs and extravagance in fummer, is drinking the waters and taking the air.-Air and water are now- called the elements  of   bankruptcy! ~ Humanity and fenfibility are, in the prefent age, carried to a ridiculous extreme. A gentleman was'fittrng the other morning with a ladyin the Country, when, oh her gardener's paffing Over the lawn, with a mutilated wheel-barrow, fhe fuddenly exclaimed in accents of great com-miferation, " Sir, it  Mh� Royal Artillery, DIED.] A few days finp�",^t.-...- -Mr William P"ybus, of Hether, m Oxfordlhire. He had been one of the Coroners for the county upwards of 30 years, but refigned on 'account or his advanced age.-Wednefday, at Plymouth, Mr. Peter Symonds, many years a broker in London, but lately a Lide-furveyor of the Cuiloms in the firft-mentioned port.-Sunday, Mr. Matthew Olborne, of Bread-ftreet-hill, many years well known on the Stock Exchange. W. ROACH and Co. PALL-MA^L, . (Late VANSOMMERS) BEG Leave jnoft refpedfully to acqgafot the TforjiUty aad Gentry, that �*     - - , t-_.----____... hayerriariu|ac^ured tbe prefci���*eiauiniSeafons, *t1cKW "elcj^^lftrlweat of SIULS, SAjrriNSi and VELVETS, forCOURT iai all fetbionaWe g>RESS^S, which they flulhfell bo the moflT reafonable Tenan.      ., [27*5 LA   W. a TUPftj by> CONVEY- A PremiurS^ ^either perfonatljr, or By-, Letter^ HIBBS'S ORANGE SHRUBS, For making Hot or Co l d Punch, ' (By the Addition of Water only). Monument-yard* London. MANY of the firft NobJemen� Gentlemen, ahd others, jiaving been pleafed to honour Hibbs, with their repeated commands for his Shrubs, and alfo to exprefe their hearty approbation of.them, it remains only for him gratefully to acknowledge their favours, and to aflure them, that his firft vvifh. in life is tobeibund deferving a continuance of their patronage : He now begs leave to inform them, that thelV; Shrubs were never in greater perfection than at prefent.   It may not be improper 10 note, that they will keep any length of time; may be fent to any part of the world, and are particularly recommended to gentlemen of the Navy and Army, and others, who are going long voyages, as excellent antifcorbutics, the acid being drawn folely from the Seville Orange, when mod in feafon. ~ Orders for any quantity, not lefs than two' gallons of either Rum Shrub, or Brandy Shrub, executed at the lowed (moneyJ prices. %* Hibbs's Profits not being calculated upon terms requifite to fuftain the lofles of long credit, bad debts, &c. he refpecYfully requefts that all orders from the country may contain remittance.? for the amount, or reference for payment in town. tJ� Cards of prices may be had at the Ware-houfe. [2463 WANTED ANCER of the INN&R-TEMPLB. is e*pe�fceji. Enquire for 1 _ ,_____r Pott-paid, addreWd to. Mr. Lorefafi, at hHRbofeV Tahe��. rraCle-Row,       Roa3*V N. B. A Gentleman who had ferred his Clerkihip in th* Country, and was coaung to Town for Improvement, would be moft accepdble^ '    ^704 To be SOLD, . SUNDRY FEE-FARM' RENTS� il&injjfatult: payable otit of divers fiftates nearHflbeach, i(5 Lincoln-fliire, and Hallifax, in York&ire, of the. ,aru)U^ VaW *F zool. and upward*. A very large-portion thereof is paid the Dean and/Chapcer �f Lincohu v.      ...,.'"'-.       ' >* For, further Particulars, inyur'e of M*. Jackfon, Gny'*-laa, Lorrdoa j Mr. Hohniagj, Attorn^, Hftlbeach j and Mr. Parker,-Attorney, Hallirax. . ^749 MASONS and DAGGERS. ' To  be  LETT, At the Red-Lion, in Coin, in Lancashire, on Wednefdaf the 24^1 Day of November, r^W, THE DIGGING of fo ranch of the HEAD LEVEL of the LEEDS and LIVERPOOL CANAL as.lies between FOUBRIDGE and GILL CHVRCH, in feparate Lots* Alfo the-BUILDING of an AQTJEDUPT ROAD BRIDGL, feven OCCUPATION BRIDGES, and &ver4 TUNNELLS, in tbe above Diftance. �The Undertakers of the Digging muft find Wheeliarrows, -Planks, TrtfrTels, and ill Tools and Utenfils ; and all further neceffary Information may be had by applying to Mr. WKn worth, at the k^d-Lion aforefaid, where Plant aod Methodt raay be feenv^ '.   k [*70 To  be   SOLD, Purfuant to a Decree and fubfequcnt Order of ihe High Court of Chancery, before John Eamei, Efoj one of the Matters of the faid Court, at his Chambers in Symond's-Inn, Chan- ' eery Lane, London, fome Tim� in t^e Month 0/ Decern' ber next, in five di&nd Lots, PART of the FREEHOLD ESTATES of GILES STRANGEWAYS, E% deceafed, fituate ac VVE-.TON-20YLAND, in the County �f Somerfet, and in tb* Parilhes of shalford, Godalming, Bramley, Thorncomb, Street, and Dunsfbld, or fome or one of them, lit the County ofSurrey, ~*n6$tc two fererai MANORS of MARKWICKJS and MONKTON-HOQK, ia the faid' County of Surrey. Printed Particulars whereof raay be had"of Meffrs. Jenkins, James, and Abbott, New-Inn, 1 onian ; where a Plan may e fcwj of the Surrey Etrate 5 Mr. Carey Bayly, of New-Inn, aforefaid, Meffrs. Pickftone anAHockley,of Guild&rd, Surrey;'Mr. Boyce, Bridgewater, Sometfet} and of Mr. James Weeks, Corn-Street, Briflol. [2528 . IRISH STATE LOTTERY Begin drawing in Dublin Monday November the 15th. THE EXPRESS containing an Account of the firft Day's drawing, is expe&ed in London diss Day, and a regular Account of each Day's dwnwngwlll.be for-... warded by Exprefs to '.'*'. WlLKJE's STAT�~ LOTTERY OFFICES*  Noi^l, St. Paul's Church-yard, London: Where the TOcfcets- -and-Shares ,|re now on Sale in a mbft extehfive Variety, and on the l'oweft Terms. - 1. s. d. L. - By a whole Ticket, at 850 will be gained 20,000 By a Half, 'it 4   So -^ 10,000 By a Fourth, at   2   3 o -' 5,000 By an Eighth,       at   1   2 o ->   .      2,500 By a Sixteenth,      at  o'lio 1,250 The Tickets and Shares are alfo on Sale at his three licenfcd Offices in tbe. Country, via. at r. BtLLINGi's: Printer, Liverpool, rif. TREWMAN and SON> Printers, Exeter. Mr. BEATNIFFE's, Bookfejler, Norwich.       {2^59 DfORD, SURREY. At the' White-Lion, ia rile ^ . , turday the 27th of November, at. Two b'Clo�k, in Lots, Lot I. A New-built - FREEHOLD DWEL- XTL LING-HOUSE, defi'rably Btuated in the High* ftreet, Guildford, four Stpries high ; containing,three Rooms on a Flsor, with a gopd^Shop, Parlour, detailed Kitchen, Yard, Garden, &c. !ett on Leafe to Mr. John Smith, Tea and Chinaman, of which five Years are unexpired, at the low nett Rent of TWENTY ONE POUNDS, clear of all Deductions. Lot II. A FREEHOL� DWELLING-HOUSE, nearly oppoJite Lot 1. and fronting the New Street, four Storiei high i containing two Rooms on a Floor, with a Shop, Parlour, Kitchen, Wa/h-Houfe, and Rooms over them, lett on Leafe for feven Years to Mr. William Nethercleft, Stay-maker," at a vary low nett Rent of FIFTEEN POUNDS, alear of allDedujfrjons. To-be viewed by applying to the Tenants, of whom printed Particulars may be had ; likewife at rhe^Whii-e-Lion, Cob-harn; White-Lion, Eflier; Sun, at Kingflos i atfthe Place of Sale ; and'of Mr.' Wiu&anley, Paternpfter-row.      �2722 A NEW DISCOVERY, To preferve POLISHED STEEL from Riifti and St*<�ts. POLISHED STOVES, GRATES, and RLR� UTENSILS} Knives, Forks, Fire-aitpi, Sword*, Buttons, Buckles, and every other Article ibr, Ufe| Weari oc Ornrment, compofed of Steel or Iron, are ejffe&ualry pre* ferved from Ruft and Spots, by a Compound .fltw �rft oflerej to the Public, under the Name of the. PRESERVER of STEEL ; the Efficacy of which has been thoroughly tried and approved, by Gestlernen of Experience in Chfimiftry. A Angle Applicationef this Goirrpound will prevent the Appearance of the (lighseft Ruft for faveral Yean. Families'will be enabled, bytbie Ufe of it, to leaVethoT Grates, &c. in perfea Security for any Length of Tiiie } and in any Houfes of COnftant Refidence, it will fiive raueh Trouble. Ironmongers, Cutlers, GuDfirjiths, and all who de^l in Steel Work, will find it an mditpenfeble Artjcle.. This. Compound has been found, by the Experience cf_ Years^ efFeftaaHyto prevent the Ruft arifiug frotn     Airt by which Means it is proved that Steel Articles may -be! exported to Foreign Countries in a State, of Perfe&aen,. h^Jhly advantageous to the Commercial Intereft of this Kingdjom. Boxes of the Patenter of Steel are Told \t Tin Smiagt and Six-pence each, by H. J.ynam,.Goldfmith,"' Nq. jS, Strand; where .may alf� he bad, an incomparable Powder far cleaning Gold and i'lvet Pla?e? at Ojie.SJbillii^jeac^Box TheB��� are ieaiid widi nis Cypher *d<^�A..   fexf   

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