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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 27, 1790, London, Middlesex                                .... -'r-'  Whit*eall, Nov. 27. ^C3^^vp^>x HE King has been pleafed tfM^^Ml tp grant the dignity of a fa ^avV; Baron of the kingdom ,.T . , of Great-9iltainKto the *P .yg^^ai^KEgK nam Axrenviue,. and toe heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, ftyle     1 ' �;S   0	a	0 iS  0 	a.770   8	7	I  11    a 95'	128   O		I   6 it 64	37   7		'260 . S�3J	10927 16	6	*   2  4 Barky Beans ~ Malt - Oats - Peafe - Rye - Rape Seed Wbeat ~ ffdr-Ojfiee, Nev.^p jft (or Royaj Rrgunent tf Prsgdons) Litatenant John'Kin-fey is ippolatedt ts> Captain of a Troopy-by jmrcJufc, vice joliii Chriftk, who retires. t)itto, Comet Abe4nego Mathew to be Lieutenant, vice John Ditto) John Sajtton**Gent!eman, to be Comet, vice Abed-negoMathew. . Coldftream Regiment of Foot Guards, E�fign Gregory Lord Say-and Sele to be Lieutenant, by purchaie, vice Captain Nathaniel Wehbi whJ reijret. Ditto, - Jolliffe, Gentleman> t� be Bnfigo, vice Grt-gatj Lord Say and Selfo 3d Regiment of Foot, Eofiga Edward Hull, ffm the hal/-pay of the 3d Regiment o^Poetj to    Ea�gn, vice Jame ' Vardy, who exchanges. 5 sotn Regiment of Foot, Ifffip.. Iffex Whyte Edg�wrtb to be lieur.nant, by yorthfiie, vice Robert Smith, who rear**.      . � . DktoK George Hole, .Captain UeutKiant He*ry .H�j)*ley to'WCapteinofaCompiay,withoutpurchafe, twe,?  pirendsrDec i-and 10, at five, and Jan. 8, at ten, at Guiid-' hall, LendonV  Aetorneyf Mr. Hugh Crook, Bream's-buitfl-ifegs, Chancery-lane. John Bew, of Paternofter-row, in the city of London ; bookseller; to furrender Dec. 6, 11, and Jan. 8, at ten, at ^Guildhall; London. . Attorney, Mr. Fairbonk, Ely-place, tfolipni.  ' , Dividend? to bejnadt. Simiiel Stone, of Catherine^h"eel-alley� * Whitechapel, Middlefex, cabinet-maker; Deer jfc, at Guildhall, London. Jofin Johnfon, late of Awborne, Derbyftir*, ^rocCr, d�-cjfdfed; Dec. �o, at ten, at the, Blacjanoor's Head, Aft-borne.   Final Dividend. JohnOrahl, late of Brown's-buildings, Leadenhall-ftreet, London; merchant; Dec. 18, at ten, at G-uildhalt, London. Henry Johnfon, of Colchefter, Eflex, haymaker; Dec. 20, at teu, at the Red-Lton, Colchefter.   Final Dividend. Edward Davis, of the city of Briftol, dealer and chapman ; Dec. 21, at th.3 Bum tavern, Corn-itreet. John Wynne, of Birmingham, Warwickshire, holier; Dec. 22, at four, at Carter's tavern, in High-ftreet, Birmingham. Dividend) adjourned. Thomas Popkin, of George-ftreet, n^ar the Minories, in the cityx.f London, coal-merchant;. Jan. 22, at ten, at Guildhall, London. � Charles Willtins, of Tower-ftreet, London, oilman; Dec 18, at ten, at Guildhall; London. John Lee, late of Fleet-ftreet, but naw of Btead-ftreet; London', haberduft-r; Jan. 22, at ten, at GuildhaH, London.   Final Dividend. '   Certificate* to be granted. Thomas Mumford, late of Back-lane ; in the parlfti of St. \ George, Miuulefex, dealer and chapman; cn or bei'ore December 18. Anthony Hartftiorhj-late.of Bifliopfgatc-ftreet, London, linen-draper; on or before Dec. 18. * William Capper, of Holb jrn-hill, in the piriih of St. Andrew; Hclborn, Middlefcx-j linen-draper; on , ot before Dec. 18. Philip Furley, now c� Ute of Duke-ilreet, Grofvenor-fquare; in the parift of St. George, Hanover-fquare, Mid-(tiefcx, win*-merchant; oa or before Dec.' 18. William Bouipe, of Abbotts Bromley, Stafford, grocer; en "or before De� iB. Wiviam Wright Bampton, late of the: parifi of Chrift Chureb, MiddWfex> ntariner-; �n -or-before Dec. 1 �\"�'ii .    1 '"�'"    m �.....j�. SHIP   NEWS. Deal, tfvo* 26. Arrived, and failed for the Rirer; the Queen Charlotte, Paul, from the SouthrSea, and Aftley; Hutcliinfon> from OpOrto. Came down hi* Majefty's inlp Inconftant; Dominica, Hall, far Dominica | the Cotton Planter, You!�g, the Bailies, Sim, and General Mathew, Liddel, for "Grenada; the Amity Hail, Young, the Win-chefter, Bruce, the William and Charlotte, Lind/ey, and Ceres, Carr, for Jamaica j Federaliftj Makim, for Charles-Town ; AntjgUa, Boyman, for Antigua j Providence, Lcfw-ington, foi Dublin; and failed widi the Outward-bound as before. Remain'in the Downs his Majfefty's mips.Dictator and Southampton.   Wind N.N. W. Dcatf Nev. 27. Came dowp, and faUed, the Hibberts, Mitchel, and Wiadftjr CaitleJ Bi idtburn, forjamaica; and Queen, Harris, for Cadre. Remain in the Downs hi� Ma-jelty's Ihips Diclator and Southampton.   W^nd'lt N. W.   - Gramjadi Nov. %&, Pafledby the O^erfor^ Packet, Sinclair, fir m Havre-de-Grace } Advice, \ Xbtherington f Ann, Thompfon ; Mary Francis, Allen ; Faiendihip, Jordan ; Eagle, Coxon ;'William and Robert, Woodhoufe; Britilh Queen, Hodgfon; Firm, Langridge j Friendlhip, Thornhill, and Jane, Allen, from Peterfi>urghj Swan, Dale, froto Gibraltar; Ann, Wright, fnm Waterford 5 Turin Galley, Sainthlll, and Venus, Hoek, rroni Leghorn; Dido. Frigate, from Halifax; Buxton, Scot, from Oporto j nd Peggy,'Daqcel, from Gijon. a ._ ' �_ II O U S E  o r   COM M.O.N S. SATURbAY, .Nov. 27. � THE Speaker came down to the Houfe this day at half paft twelve y and the whole of this, as. char preceding day, was occupied in the buiinefs eT ftvearing in the Members. Adjoaroed to Mond>y. . yefterdayat nopa theKingV Quejsni .jafi. foiiil eider Priricefl'fis, with Bieir-tifualntQnit*, attended Divine ^Service at ^eo^V^np^t.^l^v Caflle, where they heard a Setmon -preiciiftd. by the Ren Mr^-Filhery^ Ciaofcij^ Refidetfcie. Ydierday their Royal ^gn^effes^e Prince tX. Wales, and Dukes (*^prk 'an^Qlarente, dined gumt RlrfunontL;  - - . . X - .- - OnSatarday ;night his Royil HijrlnelV the Dulte of Cfareoce arrived �t 4is hoojft on Richmond Terrace, from Portfmduth.   , Yefterday his* Royal ffigh�eis thle.Du^e t>f Caloucefter gave a private entertainment to (ereral military t5fficers> at Gloatfefter-houfe, in Upper Gro/venoV-l&eet. 7 .   :       -    : . The Royal Fimjly do not remove from Wind-Tor to Buckioijham-HbHfe, for the winter feafon, till after the Chriftmas holidays. � On ^iturday afwrnoon a Meffenger arrived at the Dnke.of iieedVi office, Whitehall; with letters from Earl Gower, his Majefty's Ambaflador atf Paris; on receiving which his Graee fum, -aaoned a Council, which met at feven o'clock-and was attended by Mr, Pitt, tK two Secretaries of State, Earl of Chatham, Lord Hawkef-bury, and Mr. Dundas. The Council fat till after ten o'clock, and yeflerday morning the re-fult was fent to the King -at Windfor Lodge. Alderman Sawbridge is at prefent indifpofed ; but the other three Members, Lewes, Watfon, and Curtis, went on Thurrday to Weftminfter,.AlL, their robes, and took their feats as ufual on the right hand of the Speaker. > A Proclamation- has been iiTued at Dublin for the further prorogation of the-Jrilh Parliament to the ?oth of 'anuarynext, tfn that day to meet for the difpatch of bufinefs.   ; The Honsurable Robert Banks Jenkinfon, eldeftfoato Lord Hawkefonry, has fet off from his father's feat at Addifcomb, Surrey, on his-travels abroad. The Ead of Elgin will fet off in a,few days from his hpufe. in Downing-ibreet, on his travels through RJaffia, Sec. . - There feema to be- aft error in eftimating the demands of our merchants upon' jlie Court of Spain-about 500,000 doifars, not' poundt fier-ihigi is faid tq be nearly the fum--in Englilh money idO.oool.  - Fridav a Court of Directors was held at the Eaft Ino|a.-houfe, when Captain- Lennox was' fworn into the commandof the Woodford, lately launched, in the room of his uncle, who has re/igned the fervice. Difpatches were on ^riiay received at the Eaft India Houfe from St. Helena, brought ifrom thence by the Mediator South-whaler, after a paffage of ten week^  The. Mediator left St. Helena on the 16th of September, at which time there were not any fhipfthore j bat the Houghton was fhortly expected. The Hudfon's Bay homeward-bound fleet have been fafe arrived at the ordinary thefe three weeks, but have not been able to fail fcrr the river, on account of the contrary, winds. TheThynne packet, which^rrived at.Falmouth, on the 23d init. brings advice of the following vefTels having arrived prior to her failing from Quebec, viz. the Queen of Portugal, Thomas, aftee it paflage of 36 days from Briftol j the Britifh �Qgeen, Denefton, after a paffage, of nine weeks from Greenock; and the brig Andrew, Wilfon, after a paflage of ten weeks from'Cowes. The Thynne in her paffage home fpoke the Kitty, from .Jamaica to Liverpool, on the 10th inftaht, .out five weeks and five days; alfb the Whjflsalear, Beard, from Newfeundlind. to Dartr mouth, "put 25 days. The Dolphin, Pro&dr, from Peterlbnrgh, was ru� dov|� by a large fiiip neat Blacltwall, her bows fhsW in* and foor feet water in her hold j the^wertfoWiged to raft her on {hare to prevent Her,finking. The pope, of Newcaftle, from Liverpool, with fait, U toft in the Orkneys 1 Captain and feven men drowned. The |ane, Bifhop, from Dunkirk to London, is loft off Harwich; eargo expected ta be faved. According t5 letters from Natfau, New Providence, the feafon for planting has been very favourable throughout the whole of the Bahama Illaadsj and the quantity of cotton exported from theooe in the prefent year, amounts to 730,999^5. the greater part off,which has been brought to this �country. On Friday laft Lord Vlfcount Falkland, a Peer of the Realm, attended the Court of King's Bench, to receive his f&itence, for an affaiilt on Mr. Henry Seymour, ah ironmonger, at Maidenhead. Mr. Juitice Afharft obferved to his Lord-ftrip, that the law, much to its honour, regarded the meaneft fabje&s as much as thofe of the higheft rank, *nd that bO elevation could place a man beyondxhe reach of juftice. He then fen-teaced the Right Hon. Lord to pay a fine of 20I. The Court of King's Bench determined on S*larday, Qiat a man is bound to maintain the (jbtfd/ea. Of his wife by her former huibaad. Prizes and iThb day dofes Michaelmas T^bj which bai proved the xiioft unjprodu�Hve. one^ (hat tM: }aq%~ robed gentry have experienced for half acehtory paft. . A country ii^orbey �*o had. Jband his'wray iot$| me^aitefyy.^' 1^ the farce "of tb* Heftion* d& ite4rVed, Wat'Sir Pepper Arden and Mitt Pttd^ bad ctended agiinft the ftat6v osado and provided; and that the young gentleman, wJujmthey forced td fit do wet in the chair agairift hit wilU had a Very excellent adion agfiinit them for an ftfTauk. Thetown of Colchefter is in ail oprdar^ in con-fequehceof a felomoiis difcovery bt a very.�mgu-lar natore. Twa young ladies df great beauty; and do inconfiderable fortune, have within thefe few days been apprehended, ^nd committed td the Caftle, on a charge of robbing Mr. Humphries, the haberdafher, of fdmtrjr articles. IRISH STATE LOTTERY, 1790. tenth  dat.- The following. Number,* were drawri-above ijl.^-No. ioj4 and No. 38,498, Nos. 847, 32,942, 33031, 36,478i 37�54�> So1*   , EtivllNfH d"ay; No. 18,966, 15I. and as firft drawn entitled tb cool.~No. 21,9:35, 1 ool.-Nos: 213* 6,zzi> 14.672, and 35,635, 50I: The lightning of Sunday hjght extended td 'Breft; oril df the rope-houfes fett very feVtre effects from7 a cidud which broke over the dockyard. Mr. Heafbrd, a capital farmer df Knightle^ HalU in StafFordfliirej was killed on. Saturday laft by a mifchievous bull, which he could not b� prevailed upon to kill, though two menftrvanti had lately left him through being unable to go near the animal. On Wednefilay afternoon a fire broke otit in the Cotton Manufactory in Little Gieen-ftreet, Beth-nal-Green, which confumed the whole Manufactory, with a great part of the ftdtlf iit trade. MARRIED;] On Thtfrfday laft, at St. ceorge's, Hanover-fquare, John Pe*c'r Boileaui Efq; of Hertfordfhire, to Mifs Pollen, danghtef of the Rev. peorge Polled, of Gu'vWfotdi Surrey.-Yefterday, at Weft Ham, Mr. .Hemming, attorney at law, Baflnghall-ilreeti td Mi5s Court* of Maryland Point, EfTex.-A few days ago* Mr. Heaflop, of Pall-mall, to M**�*..3sKeinp# daughter of Anthony Kemp, Efq"; of Iftldgate,- Thurfiiay fe'rinight; Mfc Cedrg�r. Count, of Saffron Walden, to Mifs Sufaiinah Simons, of the ifame place.        \  ' DIED.] On * Friday laft, at the Hot-Wells,-Briftol, in the 27th year of his age^ Mr. Jamea Whitcomb, of Hurft, in the county of Berks.-i- The fame iay, Mr. John-Lancafter, fon of Jo-feph Lancaftpr, Efq; of Hampftead.-^Thurfday, at Tetbury, Mr, Cha/les. VaugFiin, Lieutenant in hi* ?>lajefty,i Navy, aod. brother to theXouc-tefs df SMfTex-Wednefday, at his houfe inr Fleet-ftreet, Mr. Symonds, filverfraitk.-~L*tety, at Worc.efhrr, of a fever, Mr. Richard "Barney, junior; Mr. Bumey*smufical fkillandab|liueawill long continue the melancholy theme of the various harmonic circles in which the lots of thetii will be moft tWibly fdt; and.it is no fmall compUment to his memory, that both the Mufical Societies of Gloucefter andT Worcefter will Me* a tertpo-rary ^Ip^^0",,0" a^^^t �f^Ms^d^eafe/^ , This Day *vas publijbtd. In "twa Volumes, Twelves, Price Five Shillings fewed, SOMF.RVILLE BOWER j or. The ADVENTURES of SOPHJUONIA. In a SERIES of LETTERS^ Printed for S. Biadon, No. ij, Pattrnofter-Ro�.   [*854 VThere may be had, All Sorts of PLAYS,. FARCES, and ORATORIOS; In a fevj Days nvilL be pubiijbed, In One Volmne, O&avb, Price 6s. in Boards, SERMONS preached before the UNIVERSITY of GLASGOW.   To which will be added* a Sermon preached before the Provincial Synod of Merfe and TiviotdJe, in the Chntch of Kelfo, on Tuefday the *7th of "April 1790.  Publjflied at their Defire in this'Volumei By  JAMES  BELL, U. D* Minifter of- Coldftream. Printed for A. Strahan 5 and T, Cadell, in the Strand* Of whom may be had, lately publifhed, 1. Sejpnons on feveral Subje�tr, by the Right Revi Beilby P^orteosj D. P. Bf/hop qf London 5 to� Edit; 2. Sermons on various Subjects, and preached on feveral Oceafions,- Ey the late Rev. Thomas Francldin, D. D. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majelly, and R?�t.tfr of Bralted in Kent} 3 vols, ^vo- 3d Edit. il. is. in Boards* 3. Sermons on the relative Duties, *by the fame Author; Svo. 3d Edit. 5s. in Boards. [2.880 A New Volnnie, of Dr. BLAIR's SERMOtJS. This Day 'was publilked, Iti P^avo, Price 6s. in Boards, . Dedicated, by fiirailfion, to HER MAJESTY, The FOURTH EDITION of the THIRD VOLUME of SERMONS.  By HUGH BLAIR, D. D. One of the Tvlinifters of the High Church, And Profeflbr of Rhetoric and BelleaLettres in the Univeriity of Edinburgh. -Printed for A. Strahan j and T. Cadcll> in tfce Strand j and W. Creech, at Edinburgh. Of whom may he- had, lately publiflWd, 1. Anew'Edition, bein^tiie 16th, of the Firft arid Second Votumes of Dr. Blair* Sennons , ios. Boards* z. LeClures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, by the ftme Author; 4th ?dit^ \ Vols. tXs. bound. 3. The Fotfr* Gofpels, tranflatsd from the Gteefe, with preliminary Dfffer�atioos� and Nates critkal and explanatory j by George Camfbell, Vi D. F..R. S. Ed. Principal of Marifchal. College, Aberdeen-; % Vols. 4�.� aL as* ifl Boards. 4. Sermons by William Leechmarj, D. D. late Principal of the College of Glafgow; a Vils. 14s. bound.      [a^3   

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