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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 18, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L o  U *D  O N;) Price Four ..'Pence.'; From THU RS DA Y,  Nov. i$t ^ S A TV R D A Y,  Nov. FRIB AY/NoV. 19.  \; I  R;;'� ' L   A  n  D. / Cork, Nov. 10. . DR^-Kc'.L Corny received prdzrs by this irsoniing's port, to (hut. bis ;book againft further entries of feamen ; and'the detachments for completing the regimentsorderedabroad i% which arrived* here yefterday,' are to return to Dublin. S H I P - N E W S. ,......., 17/' Ye&eraSjr 'iE^Sii^inhe 6owns the Remain the fljips as peal, AW. Lord Rodney, Raffles, for Jamajsa, Jet hut.. Wind E. by N. Grovefend, Nov. J7.   Paffed by die Prince of Orange, MeHickj^and" Mary, Howe, from Dunkirk, and Miriam, M'Farlane, from Peteriburgh^   Sailed the Hebe, Mills, for Dublin, and Jofeph and Mary, Brown', for Gibraltar. * I � � "--�  ' .� �  ''-'.' : �     >�'. �' L   O  N  D   ON. Ifeilerday at one o'clock their Majefties and the Princeffes Royal, Auguffa, and Elizabeth, came from* Buckinghani-Houfe to St. James's ; tobJtf&t^^jHteea held a Drawing Room, which tommewpeci 'at two^clock, and was"pretty toll of co^pfi^'f the principal part of their Royal Highnefies the Dukes of York and Clarence j\Afchbimops of Canterbury &n4r York > Rlgllt-^OT:;^tteam' "Pitf;-Dates', 'Nortliumbe^ land, Leeds;Dorfet; and Roxburgh;  Marquis ,pf Salifljifry; Earfe, Guildford, Chatham; De-jawar,Faiicoliberg, Elgin, Courtoun, Hillfbo-rodgK,, and Uxbrftjge; Countefles, Guildford, Chatham� Elginj Courtouo, H Ullborough., Glah-1$ore ;-Dowagers; Jwlderne/s, MexbOroogh,r. and . Blfagham ; VifconhtSi: Belgrave, Conyngham, andWSnuvorth (Lord in Waiting) j Vifcbuntsffes, Sydney, Weiitworth, and Bayhifn i Lords, Douglas, Noirttiu?^!^!!^^^ R.. Fitzgerald, ^i:';.:^o^^^^^S^t}- -"Nor*,': Wil-1c^h.b)$H^^ and reford{�ptors^-Locknian ind,r^�it j Sirs, W. . Calder, G. Ybnge,tR^oyd, jfjpyer, W..C> Buf-naby\ W7 Young-* Ladies, Baker, G. x!tc f the Earl, on their coming to the title, by--the' Lord andLadjf in waitings-Mi'.i^dti^s.Ewart, for the firft time fince their nia^riage, by Mr. Burgeis> and the Lady in Waiting; and Mifs Markhamj by her mother; Lady to the Arch-bifhop of York. Yefterday Evening their jloyal HighheiTes the Dukes of York and Clarence vifned their Ma- J'efties and the thfee PrinceiTes at Buckingham-;ouf?. ' Yeilerday arrived at the General Poft-office, one Halifax and one New-York mail, brought to^aWnon^b bv |he' _ Grantham Packet, Capt. Bull, after a pinage oif'^S days. " �"' The Grantham left at Halifax his Majefty's mip-Adamant (Sir Ricard ilughes), Penelope, iiia Thifbe frigates- On the 9th inftant ftie 4>Qke the johft find Mafy^ of H4dl, but ten w*eks from Honduras ; and on the iitb ih� fpoke the fliip Mary, of London, out 27 days, from St. John's.        . ' His Royal Eighnefs the; Duke: of Glawnoe iets vSAG-morrow.morning ;fer Portfmootb, for tbe yujjpsfte �f^tiitihg Jus^^f^Eant from Spit-liead to JHymoutfiv '' *'r'   indifpofed ;at Feflzaoc~i& in CornwaH, is snaking preparations to ga   ^foA'^ii-^i6^^I^f*Ui,iv Tbe.pTefe^fafliWtt  Ma4h0boo�V9 n>beuQtvei&l!x worn. " The Books of ih$ feveral Stocks, of which the Di vii)ends are due en.the 5th of. January next, will ftnit and open as follows: BajflcCoirf. 3 per Cent. Ann. 4hut ad Dec. open zo Tan. Do. Ann. \jz6       -   .     -     9   do.   -.  2b do* Do.5perCenr.       �   : 8 7 do.   *-  24 do. South Sea Stock " *> * 3 do. - - 19 do. Doj New Aon. ^ >. 4vdo4 --20 do. Do. Ann. 1751       *.        *   ; 9  do.   -�' 20 do. By a letter^ from Colonel Hartley.^ Camp, in Vipeen Ifland,. dated the 6th of May,' we are informed, that our troops had landed, on the 2 5 th of April, and found that Tippbo had ftormed and carried the Travancon lines On the 15 th ult. He met with very-little refiftance from the Rajah's^ i^bcps, who fl|d immediately on the firft aflaulf.' The whole country in the neighbourhood is now de&fred. The* ttmabitants have all gone fouth-. ward. Tippoo's army, which coiififts of upwards of 100,000 men, is. encamped at Mellcore, about ten miles from this place. M. Tally, a Frenchman, with a detached party, has been laying fiege to Cranganore for fome days paft :-He } opened his batteries this morning, the firing has been inceffantfmce day break; and it is, thought that the' Fort tannot hold out long. By letters from Madras} of the 24th uh;. we learn, that their grand army was to march from Trinehino-poly, on the 5 th inftant,' und^r the command of General Meadows, fo that it -will not be prudent. ibr Tippc^to wsiam 'bis toCighbourhood.1 tywlit&yri&ht/orcein will be r^pffible for ns j.-jto-.mov^ ^ tjuit this place, he would be able to cut off all oUr fupplies,; by m eech, wherein he acknowledged the ho- \ nour his Btio>y-citi5eji.s had done him, and faid he would e.ver..be.punctual in his. attendance on all public bufihefs} and hoped the Court would give iim their affiftarice on all occafions. The thanks of the Court to the late Lord-Mayor (Pickett) were moved by Mr. Deputy Birch, and feconded by Mr. Dbrnfordj the former paid" a great many compliments to the per-feveranc"e of the late LordrMayor, notwithiland-ing *he daily abufe he received in the newfpapers, .and the defeftion of bis brethren on the Bench. He was angered /byj.^Jamei Alderman Newnham,- who denied any defeftibn^ but that tbe.Caurtof Aldermeri.wereever readx^f to give him their advice. ' ' Aftet a great deal of time taken dp in debate, and-fome parts being particularly objecled to, arid qaeftions being pat thereon, the thanks were agreed to with very little alteration, and ordered ' to be'pubjifhed. Mr. Syms, in a very fenfible and ingenious fpeech relative to the commercial advantages obtained by the Convention with 5pain,- and the univerfal bleflings of peace obtained without the dire .effect of fpUling human blood, moved for an humble and loyal Addrefs ta his Majefty, congratulating his Majefty on his exertions, and thereby preventing the calamities of war. Mr. Deputy Leeky feconded the motion, after making a few pertinent pbfervations on the,advantages which peace has ever infused to this country. r 'Mr. Thorpe; Mr. Wjlfon, Alderman Skinner, Alderman' Newnham, and feveral others obje&ed to the motion taking place, the ratification not being exchanged. They were anfwered by Sir James Sanderfon, Alderman Watfon, Alderman Curtis, Mr. Syms, &c* who ftrorigly urged the meafure as confiftent with former precedents particularly in the peace of 1783, which was not finally fettled and figned till feven months after figning preliminaries. � After two hours debate the: Recorder put the queftion, on which Mr. Thorpe moved to have it adjourned, which, on a divifion, was negatived; there being tight Aldermen, 49 Commoners,, and two Tellers againft adjourning, and four Alder-'njenj 28 Commoners, and two Tellers,for adjourning. The original queftion was then put and carried, arid the Aldermtn Crofby, Sanderfon, Watfon, AmS&f�n� Efdaile, Le Mefurier, Lewes, abd Qlyn j-'Wfeff. Syms, Le;ekey, Pariih, Box, Tyrrell, : Kemble, Birch, Dornford, Sutherland, Nichols, Bulkock,. Langfton> Anderfon, Branderj. Stokes, and Adcock, Commoners, were appointed a Committee to^draw up. an addrefs^ whieh.they^ accordingly di^, and the fame being re^ad ,)*as agreed to, ^nd ordered to be figned by the Tewn-i C|erk,'andprefchted by the whole Courts iThe Shehfts, attended by the Remembrancer, jwereordered to wait on his Majefty, to ^nowhis Royal wfll when the Court may wait on hi* with their addre6.     -   :      .'. Mr. Deputy, Young was appointed one of the Governors ofChrift's hofpital, in the room'of Mr. James Haflam, deceafed. Taefday afternoon the remains of John Thornton, Efq; of Clapham, were interred in the family- vault there. He was the father ^f-three gentlemen of tfoai name in Parliament, and uncle to Mr. wilbefirbrcei a Member for the Couhty of 'York. On Monday laft\the, drawwg of toe Irilh lottery commenced at Dubjin, when No. ?6;6o2 (a-" blank) wa* the .fija-drawc ticket^, and -as fuch entitled to Spool; and No. \7,374 and 1 g^yx prizes J-of^jol. each. '. ,   " Tltefafher of Jobbins, brie of the incendiaries, prefeni^ajj^tition yefterday it> Mr. Grenville at St^^anes'C  -  �Stffterday died in Newgate, J�ne Norton, a capital convift, who was laft Wednesday refpited during his Majefty's pleafure.       . MARRIED.] Friday, laft, at St. Clement's church, in the Strand, Mr. Tho. Fagg, fon of Mr%Fa�g, gentlgmalv farmer, of Wouldham-halL ueai"1 Rbc&fter,"ttfMifs Alman, of Berftedj near kaidftontfir^-LateTy, at Bath, by the Archdeacon of. that City Edw. Bayly, Efq. aCaptafe in the Royal Nayy, to Mifs Brooke, of Wells* D^ED.]   Laft week, at Vagg farm, near Yeovil, Somerfetftiire, aged I02, Mr. Thomas I Beery who had rented thaljarm nearooyears.^- r ^di^aigpiip^^^ few days' iltnOT^^r'. Clinch, one of the Proprietors 'of-.the &)pr$ltoy coach.-Sunday evening, at RtJcheftef^Mr'. Richard Woodriffe, many years dmbef-fquarer of Chatham dock-yard.-Saturday, at his'houfe in .John-ftreet, Gray's-inn, Lake Foreman; Eftj.-Wednefday, at Bath, Mrs. Webb>, wife of Mr> Webb, grocer.-rTho'rflay, at Bath; Mrs'i Clarke, wife of Mr. George ClSrke'; builder. .. Ah Inn few Days nutti bipumtj AVindication of the of MENi 1   .. In a LETTER to the Right Hon. EDMUND Printed for Yard.. J. Johnfon; tfo. ji> in St. Paol5s :CB: . In a few: -Sty* will .it fubUjbiii: In Oaavo,~illuftrated,with Plates, Price* osi-ia Bei^^- THE  THIRD  V O LVftfToF MEMOIRS of the HTERARY and PHILQSO; .. PHICAL SOCIETY of MANCHESTER; * Printed for T. Cadell, in die Strandi.       * Of whom may be had;;-i tC /        ' . 33" feco#Baition of thetwo ftrm�v.^iaaesi i*st-; in Boardst - LINCOLNSHIRE and YORKSHIRE. STo be SOLD,     . U^DRY FEE-FARM ^RENTS,:, ifiuingj . pay*%cftlt-of divers Eilates iiear Helbfeadt, %t &ir iw proper Time to talce irlto ynur moft feriousConfideration the Monopoly of the Trade to the .Eaft-Indies, and .whether yoA� oujht not to*apply to- Parliament to have it laid cpari upon the Expiration .of the prefent" Charter. _ JJe.aiVu.red,. that' the People of the Kingdom of Ireland *ill neyer content to renew that Law, which reftrains theit>'ifrem paflin'g the Cape of Good Ifope." No Time therefore, ih'ouldbe ^oft* as a new exclufivs Charter may he ob-tainedjbonetrthan* you may expect. , I:ang year very humble Servant,       -27^4Jr'.,..   ' VIATOR, . "   WM^sjmi Diggers.:;: :^;';:^^'jt I.:t t,;.   ......" At .d^^TlHNEwWR^-.-CefiH for tanca/hire, on~WeineJ*% 'o*" ffie-a^th Bay of Jioi-emher, 1.790,    ~" ' 'TpHS- DicGIN  all Perfons who may honour hinj~ with thair ' CoAmB). wilt \� the belt Grounds ^upan which he may rea-;' fo^|^ expeft     Increaife of reai and fubftantiaJ Friends tai bJs.Hqu^e.    -r . .the' abjjve1 Hotel 19 fituated in the Centre of the Town,; Hand UfjoA'a." rifihg Grduni, commanding flu, Harbour ofi 1 Falpiaiitni' ".>':� ; -. ' .    ' . N.'B.  Very; l^acious Stall-Stable, neat Peft-Chaifes, andt a Coach to and from Exeter three Days a Weak. -1 Falmouth; Sept. i5i \i790r. ' {2429    j This Day iw puhUjbid�_   ' v Neariy printed in Three VoldnW.s* Twelveij Price 10s. 64. in Boards, or ias. Bound, The SECOND EDITION of: REFLECTIONS on the WORKS of GQDi and of his PROVIDENCE, throughout all NATURE* for every DAY in the YEAR. Tranflafed from the GERMAN of      Mt. C. G. STURM:       .     ' * Printed fofj. F.i and C. Rivington, No. 6z* Sti_'PatiI^ Church-yard} R. Cmttwell,'at Bath j and N. R. Cheynej Edinburgh.: ,.  _        C*7-5frc  A HOUSE and SHOP to LETT?   be LETT, on I^EASSl a good Freei ftone-built HOUSE and SHOPj ia fi�lUEK�dej' free of" Mvery Expence; for although the esclu'five Right of Ttnaking thele Iriikuments is fecured toths Inventor by Royal "Pitent, yet he holds it as more honourable, thit they flif.uld. be kno.vn to the World,  rather.-by their o-.vh. inttinfic Ex-'celteticz and .Superiority of Tone, than by th* Luftre of Pa-s trtnage, howver exalted and Aitteiing. In ..Reply to ra^ny Enquiries, it Is ta .be no#?d. .that thefe . Iaftrumenti cannot be fold on Credit; '�arvare they let to hire on any Terras whatever. \ [2^32   

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