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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 20, 1790, London, Middlesex                                MONDAY, Nov, 22. trim, tbi ,1*0 ND O N G A 2EttE. ^3^5r�sSj^tHE King has betobfeajed '^^^^     to appoint the Be*.,W. Crawford .to be afliftant and fucceifor to the Rev. John Macdermeil Fer-gufluli, Minifter-of the parifh of Stralton> in the .Prefpitery-'of Air* .....The King has been ^aiA:*- pletkd to approve the ap-jpointment of William Knox; Efq; to be Confuj for the UnUedvSfates of America in the City of Dublin, and is fuch other parts of- the kingdom of Ireland ras Audi be. nearer to the faid_cicy than the refidence of toy other Corrfbl or Vice-Conful ef the fat* ftnjte** States. 5/. James's, Nov. 1 $. This day the Count de jievictky, Envoy Extraordinary and Minifter PJ^nipdtemiary from the Emperor,'had his audience of.leave of her Majefty. And afterwards the Count de Stadknv his fuc-?eflbf in the fame character, had a private ad* Silence of he* Mijefty. Trj which they were refpeflively introduced by lh� Earl of AUefborjr, Lord Chamberlain to her Wajefty, and conducted by Stephen Cbttrell, Efq; Aflmant Rafter of ,ibe Ceremonies.  Jhttyb 'Orff. His Imperial Majefty* with ibis whole femJlyV^mvsdkere yefterday afternoon irigcod hfeiltbv ; ' :  #W-Oj?rY� November 19, 1750. f# Regiment ofLtfe Guards, John Drouly,. Efiy � appointed fe he LJeutenant-CoIttUel *n  TMmai lloherfc; ;3U^'to' be Major and: Lieutenant- &tto, Cornets jofeplKCookfbniTbeo. Henry SheUey, and Edmund TymhJ^, in.te -Cornets and Sub-Lie'.ttenants. jfc4 Raiment of Life Guards, Felix Buckley, Efoj to be thrtov Joiri LeisCBj Efqj to be-Major and Lieutenant* CoJoncL     -    -fedrrtets     Bhwfcfell Atherron; Edward HamiRvs Lambert, J,8*WSc*fand� *W Richard tlaac Starke, to be Cornets Jta. (arQamtrt rfw^ftt^went of light Dragoons, Lieute -fanirif^fljUiiTJi^*%^Kltff'j*h"nt fxoti the Half pay of ibe hte ariMfc�ipm* ��oe Jtseateaant-Colonel, vice .Jflijor Genera} Thomis Bland* ptcnaoted. ife^pmeMf of foor Guards*   he Second. Lieutenant, by Puv-., ..drfftj-H^be Gcofgerjcffttefcs, promoted in die jStS �- $fl�4t^. j4tb,njir�-Jt�, ChaBcCrJ-lans, Lredan, Wr Mr. Brooke, Blrmijigham. John Moore, of the Wa  of Biftiopfgate-ftrceti London, linen-draper ; Dec. 14, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. John Ridchajgh, lace of Colne, Laucaihm,' w�o^apfe Dw. 15, at ten, atthe Angel, jn Ootno."      i> JflPHfcXobkB the younger, late of Sawferidgwortb, Hert-l!arS^r*| 'dejier in wool, Jan. 29, at eleven, at Guildhall, Lofton. Certificates to be granted. . William Medley, of Upper Trumes-ftreet, London^ ^3m-Ver-mcTCharit; on or before Dec. 11. Roger Langfliaw, of the city of Chefter, 1 nen-draper; on orWfbreDec. is.  . Bakkntptcy enlarged. William Atkinfon the younger, "of Skiptoh, in the Eift Riding of Yorkflure, beaft jobber ; to furrender Dec. 14^ ar el�venr at dw Crofs-Jiey* Ion, in Ktogfton Upon Hull. Camp-on juperfeded.  , iUwardWW^en, o^Ae city af Worceftcr, tobaoctmift. Shu/tour lafi arrived the Malts frim France, Hol-land* and Flanders. War/aHa, D.f. 27.  Letter* from the frontiers, of the 23d, inform us, that Prince Potemkin ftill keeps the mouths of the Danube clofely fiiut up with his new-conftruded little veflels, and has directed all his operations againft Ifmailo.    The accounts received by this day's poft inform os, that IfinaHo is already in the hands of the Ruffians, who have takfcn a considerable quantity of fpoil; we however, mail wait further confirmation of this account.   We alfa fhortly expeft to hear of the capture of Kilia, as General Muller is before that fortre/s with 30,000 men. �(ague> Nov. 15. We .have received accounts -that General Van der Meerfch is removed from the CafUe of Antwerp; this is thought to be a prudent rfteafure, previous tor a tha�wal   which feems ahoat to taWs pfSDce in tlte au^irsQf the Netherlands. * * Leyden, AW. 15. The kft. fetters from Low Countries contain nothing Irefh,. laving the obiUnacy of the Clergy, thafe; of the^ Belgic nuion cfpecially, in refuBng;ihe pr^fftred terms of the Emperor, their Sovereign. The m^b pja the 6th inft. bo>nt that Prince's manifeilo in the Saiomay Mr. La# apblie^ to th% Ctottr^fe 4 criminal in^rmatidtTiigpM'>.therMtyorpt.Ww? cefter^ and two otW Maft^tijSi fbh r.efiifin^ from private an4 party motives* tograflt a4|^ncft to an ^ninenrt ftinfeeeper    AatCity,   .  ^ Infdpport of this applieatibn* Mr.; Lawipidfc he vds in pofieilion of prodTto ffiew; that one o.f the reaibns which 2>pehittef wlA flie Magiftratp* to refufe thk Hcence^was, that 'ttas .Innkeeper, h^, ab thfe eielRoti. voted for a c'^dioate^ of which, the eorpdration t�� Sforceffer difipa prctvedi .      .        ' " ' *  A Rule te fhew ?aa&'^'JKuftd. k . ARTieifis^oi the Tea'cHu. A yoiing married woman oa Saturday exhioi^M Articles of the Pe$ce^ againft, Williaux Sumncri and feveral tvomen, Sue thre*tei�g� to-^n^b^r houfe,: to' murder ktrpimd't^^^^i^.tiir 6*itrag"e;        . .' .  - ?  '. The Court re|ect^d the A^p�;dp^:tt* ground oF there being no aft cJ" personal vidlence a&uaflf. committed,- but told the eXuibibtot to *pply to,A Magiftrate..r '^^J^ - -' . .   - w of agalWa with a cap of liberty jlaced on it. However, the definitive refolutiont will hot be taken before the middle of1 this month, as the Aflembiy of the Deputies from the States of all the provinces is to be held at Bruflels on the 13th inftant. COUNTRY   NEWS. Oxford, Nov. 2q. On Wednesday laft the t*j�o�lel Gf a buoyant engine, projected for rhv por-pofes of railing water to elevated fummits in canal navigations, &c: wa� exhibited at the Marlborough Arras ian, at Wbodftock, in this county, before a numerous and refpeclable al&mblage of gentlemen interefted in the Oxford canal, as well as others. Very, extraordinary advantages may like-wife be. derived from this engine, in raifing and fupplying ^ater for divers other purpdfes.' The mechartUm is fimpl.', the powers wonderful, and the operation eafy. SHIP- N E W S. Dtel, Nov. 10.   Arrived, and failed for the River; the Litona frigate.   Arrived his Majefty's ihipDefence, and re-pains with the Dictator, Southampton, and Nemefis ; Ma-'nr.^.vejifon, for Dublin j Dolly," M'Robcrts, for Belfalt; to..^.      .      Owen, for Wateribtd.   Wind at S. S. W� and Aberkyn,  - i-failed for the Riy.er, his^-l blows hard. .    -oKant, Bellerophori,' -  . ruda,  and Bro- Theproduee of the amount of rf�e dutiesv6iL Cuftomsj EicUivcS tamps; anCincidents - kt, th* lift quir�e)r th^at,shas been nutA^o^ falls1 ihort (owing, perhajw, to. the unce^rtahJ^r'or..war or peace) of thi coTrefpondingjguaxter ih thecpre- 3Bace lame 4uarter,, Bifl^encej ceding y?ar, wmething cbnii pear from thefcUowjng jjate^,^, of the quarter Trbm 5 th April. W 3,365,254; ^        DittoTd'l 1796, t,i3o,6|�i. 12 s. o|di � A o^ft �i^t^be ttow djawlrig tip* Under th� �^cerbf (ome of the ,Or>ncbal leaders of ihf Cwpbratib& ofthe Gity'of Lopdoa, allied by the) graders and falefhien^who freqijent Smith^e^ iarir^t� thai wtDf.-ft' carriaTintb eseeution, W*a enye^uarmeaas.orp.uttinga flop to the jnifchnfa ___ _ &TJ^nS almoft every market-day from dte drivtnV marketplace, before the" Toenail, at^Tfoot I 'i to m^nelf by a fet of a*arW, witW � r.n �f Kt^.v^ ��^rzfT LP? vjllams, toaffift their wcHng t& pockets 6( vice Guards.   Dated Auguft 31, 1790. 6th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Lieutenant John French to be Captain, vice Lord Creighton, refigned. Dito, Cornet John LangficW to be Lieutenant. Ditto, Mr. Fiancis Niibitt Cajlejvto be Cornet. 9thxegiment of Dragoons, Mr. Henry Loftus to be Cornet, yke HaH, promoted, 17th Regiment of Dragoons, Quarter-Mafter John Gibfon to be. Adjutant^ yice Jones, refigned. J 8th Regiment of Dragoons, Cornet James Prcfton to be Litotenant, vice Kiely, deceafed. Ditto, en. Seconi Alexander Goldk, from 5th Dra- DiC^ 5?P?to ^Cornet, viee Vandeleur, pro- Toot, to ee Lkutenalit, vice Vejeker, exchanged. 484^*met^-Fo>t, Lieutcn^rfenry Vereker, Fot?*** Lieut?nan,t, vice Mooft' exchanged. Henry Wheatley, ui - --- 1 -- ------ George, Hanover-fauarc-MiAilefcx, ftable-keeper; to furrender Nov. a6; Dec. 2, and Jan. 1, at ten, at Guildhall, Mi. Boath, Craven-ftreet, Strandr ,,, Jlurham, mercer at eleven, at the Angel, in the Adjutant, 27th Regimtnt o'f foot, Lieutenant Oilman 2 & viee Hafler, ^omoted m to tovxhd* joSReg&tpf Foov-Etmi^^rf^to be Lieute 43**eifi�**W Foot, Eafifflv ^>ftICa�.e.,*, Lieutenant, vke Herring, refigned itto,  Mrt Hugh Taylor to be lafifn. Attorney, Dividends to be mode John Moor',- of Monkwearjnouth Shore, and linen-draper; Dec. 13, city of Durham.. Richard Roe; of Broadclift, Devonfllite, butcher; Deer 17, at ten, at rhe Oxford Inn, in "the city of Exeter. James Darch, late of Pulverton, SomerfetAiie, grccerand haberdaflter; Dec. '15, at tin, at the White-hart Inn, in Dulverton,  Final Qiv;.                x':. John F-arker and Robert . Parker, of Bi of Hitchin,, Hertrordftlre,1 lhopkeepcf} Dec.' i%i at ten� �t Gulldhalf, "Londonj - "Final Dividend. \ ThomasJSraithj late of WeiBeek-ftieet, jfi diepatift of St* MaryVfe-bone, Middlefcx, -co�chmaker; J)et. 22, at len^ it Guildhall, London. Dial, Nov. 26. Arrived,  Mr. Jofeph Goad* to Mtfs- Hannah Moreland.    It is remarkable^ Vefey. Davidifiitouche_______ _____,  _____ _ _r.    , Briftol, merchant, to Mifs Splaine^ of Bailingula. Tuefday, � Mr, fames Brewfter, of Woodham Ferris,'to Mifs Elizabeth Gentry, of Nettefvvell-hall, in EfTex.--A few dnys fince, .Mr. William Mumfordj of Aythorp-hall, to Mifs Boultwood, of Abbott's-halL^*Wednefday laft, Thomas Darnell*. Efq. of Cowley, Middlefex, to Mifs Clark, ofUxbridge, late of Stevenage; Herts. DIED.]   A few days ago, at Romfordr Mifs Rofe Brownfon, daughter of Capt* James Brown-fOn, of the Weft Effex militia.-Monday laft, Mr. Timothy Holmfted, of the Doglnn, Chelmsford. -�-Same d&y* Mr. jerTery Hokiich, fargeon, of Homchurch.-At Stirling, the 12th inft. Mrs. Margaret Banks, fpoufe of Prpvoft James Yoyung. At Edinburgh, On^rJie nth inft. aged 81, Mrs. Heien Orrock, relict of Robert Beatfon,: Efq. ibrroerlyof Kilrie, and grandmother of Robert Beatfon, Efq. of Kilrie.-Friday, fe'nnight, at hij houfe in Norwich* in the 70th year of his age, Thomas Lobb Chute, Efq. of Pickenham, in Norfolk, and of The Vine, in Hampfhire.-* Monday .laft, ,at Dover, Robert Thompfonj. Efq. Pefimaftar at that plate.   

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