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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - November 30, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Ml Price Four Pence. (L  O  N From TUESDAY, Nov. 30, jto T H U RSDAY. Dec, 2, 1790. WEDNESDAY, Dirc. 1. Fttm tit LONDON GAZETTE. BAN KR UPTS. I LLI AM URQUHART, c/ bro- : Guild- ----    \ hall," London.   Attorney, Mr. f?vf;.t*U^v, !\ Pickering, Pudding-lane,.Lon- vi?/ Jofeph Story; of Sharp's-uvj \llk alley, Cow-Crofs, "Weft $mith-fi^*! Middlefex, fuap-boiler and ^ V> tallow-chandler (furviving part-*%ls^v2 ner of William Story^eeeafedjj to furrsnder Dec. u, at ten, Pec. 14, at fix, and Jan. "� at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Shelton, Seflion^-houfe, London. William Kerbye, of Plymouth Dock, Devonfliire, /hop-keeper; to furreader Dec. 15, 16, and Jan. 11, at ten, at the White-lion* Broad-ftreet, Briftol. Attomits, Meffrs. OA>ome and Se3ger, Briftol, or Men". Hill and Meredith, No. 15, Gray's-inn, London. Henry Murrell, of the City of Bath, Somerfetfhirt, carpenter and builder ; to fuirender Deei 14, 15, and Jan. 1 j, at eleven, at the White-lion, Broad-ftreet, Briftol. Attor-nies, Mefl". Morgan-and Coates, Briftol, or Meff. Hill and Meredith, No. 15, Gray's-inn, London. John Taylor, of Whitehaven, Cumberlaud, tin-man and bratier; to furrender Dec. zx, 13, and Jan. 11, at ten, at the Indian King, Roper-ftreet, Whitehaven. Attorney, Mr. Richard Sherwen, Whitehaven. William Gregory "�nd J*ies Bancroft, of Salford, Lanca-fLire, dyers, and c�-partners j to furrendcr Dec. n, 13, and Jan. 11, at three, at the Angel Inn, Manchefter. At-rorrjics, Mr. Shelmerdine, Manchefter, or Mr. Edge, Inner Temple, London. Friacis Collins the younger, of Briftol, tobaeconift and fiuiF-maker ; to furrender Dec. i%, 13, and Jan. 11, at five, at the White-lion, Broad-ftreet, Briftol. Attomies, Mr. Harry Elderton, Briftol, or Mr. Richard Edmunds, at his feat in the Exchequer Office of Pleas^ Lincoin's-inn, London. Robert Raines Baines, of Kingfton upon Hull, grocer j to fiurrender Dec. 10, tji and Jan. 11, at eleven, at the Gentle Inn, Kingfton upon Hull. Attorney, Mr. John Wilfon, Hull. James Baton, of Liverpool, Lancaihire, flater and plai-fterer j to furreader Dec.1 4, 21, and Jan. 11, atten, at the Temple Tavern, Temple-ftreet, Liverpool, Attorney, Mr. Richard Kelfall, Liverpool^ Dividends to be made,. William Corrufh, of the pariftt of Richmond, Surry, ha-bcrdailu-r, Dec. 22, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Peter Andrews, late oT>the Borough of Southwark, plai-fterer, Jan. 8, at ten, at-Guildhall, London. Final Dividend. > Robert Shepherd, late of Sametton, Somerfetfliire, Dec. 21, at ten, at the Greyhound lnn/wincantoi), Somerfetflure. William Germann,of Wood-ftreeJ, London, holier, Jan. 6, at ten, at Guildhall, London.    ' \ ' George Pearee, of Kmg's-arms*jbuildings, London, broker, Jan. 8, at ten; at Guildhall,- London. a Dividends vdfeurned. Hugh B^ll, of Wiiichefter-ftreet, London, Merchant, Jan. 1, at ten, at GuildhaR^London.   Final Dividend. RiGhard Robfon* late-of ''-Wiping, Middlefex,- but now of Laytonftonej Effex, merchant, Dec. 18, at ten, at Gu:Id-ha.ll, London'.   Final Dividend. Certificates to be granted. George Snrth, of Ludgate-ftreet, in the City of London, perfumer j on or before Dec. 21. , John Richardfon, of the paiifh of St. Ann, Soho, Weft-jsmfterj Middie&x, mezcjTant; on or befo*e Dac. 21. -James R8p^r, 0/-the parifh of Walfall, Staffordfliire, buckle chapc-maktf ; on or before Dec. 21. Bankruptcies enlarged. ' John. Dunkin, of Alderfgate-ftrcet> London, grocer and ',-llo\v-ebandler,j Jan. 15, af ten, at Guildhall, London. lefierday arrived fbt Mails from France and Flanders; ConfiafiUHo^ik, Ocl. 1. On the 27th of laft month the Secretary to the Swedifh Legation arrived here with the intelligence that peace was figned between Ruffia and Sweden. This fudden piece of news furprifed the Porte greatly, who appeared - highly difpleafed with the defection of an ally, who could create fo powerful a diverfion in their favour. Warfarin, Ofl. tj. The Diet hate refqlved, relative to the tax to be annually furnifhed in -ar* tides for the magazines neceflary for the fupport of the army, that that tax {hall be paid by Feux; that is, a certain fpace of country containing a certain number of parishes (which are to paft under the denomination of de Feux) (hall furnifh fuch anamber of meafures of rye, hay, &c. as (hall be determined hereafter. The opening of the new Diet will take place on the 16 th of December, previous to which day the Nuncios, elected in the Dietinefs, muft accede to the prefent Confederation;' therefore the idea that die new Diet^as to open on the 16th of February is a miftaken one. The Commiffion of the Treafury have nego-iciated a loan in Holland of 400,000 ducats. �fTarfina,, Nov. 6. The Chamberlain Turflci, &e acaifer of Prince Ponin&i, has, ip conformity io arefoiutioa of the States, received the fumof kqoo doca*s-forlanding forth in that affair. * ii I P   NEWS. �>�/, 39*   &�r�*in in the Downs his Majefty's flips a^aafeir a�}.S�tdi3mpton.   WindE, Grmv^astj Mv, aa.^ Paffed by the Pallifer, Wilkinfon ; Ranger, Wright;   VTgilajJt,  Hal iday j   and  Friendlhip, gant, WatUa:, an4 Integrity, Dennis, from Maryland ; Venus, f^nbfth ftioRiliib^m j JK.mg George, Summers, ant Aftlcy, HutcLi.-u, from Oporto ; Briton, Dab I, from Oftend; Co-runna, Packet, Liaey, a:vl E^�afceth, Bream, from Faro. ~ ' ' '?� :. 1      �      >iT.      '   ,.....; L   O Nf %0  N Yefterday his Royal Hjglineft the Prince of WaleSi after giving audiences to feveral Nobility at Carlton-houfe, fet off to Bagfhot-park, Surrey, to dinner; and this day, at noon, his Royal Highnefs will fet off for bis feat at Kemp-mot, Hants, where the Prince intends to fpend a few days with a mooting party. Yefterday morning his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Clarence came up. from Richmond to his apartments in the Stable Yard., St. James's; where nis Royal Highnefs gave a private entertainment to a feleft party of his -friends. On Monday night, after the Council broke up at the Secretary of State's Office, Whitehall, the King's Addr�fs to their Imperial Majefties, on their late eledHon as King and Queen of the Romans, was made up and delivered to the Right Honourable the Earl of Elgin, who was immediately difpatched as Ambaflador Extraordinary from this Court to that of Vienna, to deliver the above Addrefs. Earl Fitiwilliam *is arrived at his houfe in Grofvenor-Square for the winter: and yefterday his Lordfhip had an audience of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales at Carlton-Houfe for the firft time this feafon. Earl Cornwallis, on account of the prefent complexion of affairs in India, continues Governor-General forae time longer. Chevalier St. Michael, brother to the King of Poland, is. arrived in town, but moft probably he will not appear at the Britilh Court, as he is rather come in adifguifed character. The Committee of Country Bankers had a fecond interview with the Minifter yefterday, at his houfe in Downing-ftreet, relative to the Tax on Bill* of Exchange. Several erroneous particulars having lately appeared in fome of the morning prints relative to the aftailination of M. de Calonne, near Man-heirn, in Germany, we have authority to afTure our readers, that an exprefs arrived on Friday morning at the houfe of Madame de Calonne, which mentions the fafe arrival of her bufband at Turin. A plan was certainly laid to waylay and murder him, which he however efcaped by lingular good fortune and pcrefene of mind. Some of the men of war were paid before the King's order was iftued for an allowance of extra pay; ^he Lords of the Admiralty have never* thelefs ordeted it to be paid to all fuch as apply ; and many have fince received it at Chatham and other ports. COMMON COUNCIL. Yefterday a Court of Common Council was held at Guildhall, the Lord-Mayor,  Recorder, eight Aldermen, and Mr. Sheriff Glyn "were prefent. The Lord-Mayor laid before the Court his Majerty's anfwer to the Addrefs, which was read, and ordered to be entered on the Journals of the Court. The annual bill for raifing 2000I. on the per-fonal eftates of the inhabitants of this City, for the relief of the orphans and other creditors of the City of London, was read a firft and fecond time, arid referred to the Committee of City Lands to fill up the-blanks. The report of the Committee of Bridge Houfet Lands, for repairing and improving the ftirlings of Loudon Bridge, was read-and the Court referred it back to the faid Committee to execute. A report from the faid Committee, ftating the duty and emoluments of the office of Hall-keeper,, now vacant, and recommending the Court to appoint proper perfons to execute the duties thereof at ftated falaries, and to pay the fees and profits of the Office into the Chamber upon oath, was read, and ordered to be printed, and a copy- thereof fent to every Member of the Court. The faid Committee aHb delivered in a report on the plan and memorial of the Rev. Mr. John Pridden, for improving the avenue from St. Sepulchre's church, on Snowhill, to St. Andrew's church, in Holborn, by means of a direel paffage, forty feet wide, to be made through the houfes ; and fupported on a level By a bridge to extend over the Fleet market. The Report ftated that much merit muft be attributed to Mr. Pridden, whofe plan had been made with great accuracy, and from aftual ad-meafurement; and that the Committee were fa-tisfied of its practicability, and of its anfwering the end propofed, if an Aw of Parliament could bz obtained for that purpofe; but that, in the prefent (kte of the City's finances, it would be ini-prudent to undertake a bufinefs of fuch immenfe magnitude. The Court were unanimous with the Committee in approving the ingenuity and utility of the plan; and on the motion of Mr. Deputy Nichols, which was feconded by Mr. Bradley, a copy, of the Report, as agreed to by the Court, was directed to -be. fent to Mr. Pridden by the proper officer. The Committee of City Lands delivered in a report relative .to the ftate of the Chamber for three years-from Chriftmas, 1786, to Chrift-rxiaj, 1789-and recommending a compensation to the Chamberlain.in refpeft to the fame. Mr; Tyrrell (the Chairman) moved, " That the faid " Report, with the Appendixes thereto, be depo-'* fitedin the TowmClerk's Office, for the in-. " fpeflion and perufal of the Members of this *' Court." Mr. Powell feconded the fame. Mr. Dixon got up and moved, " That the faid " Report, and Appendixes, be printed; and a " copy thereof fent to every Member of the-" Coort." Mr. Alderman Wilkes (the Charnbeilain) feconded the fame. After fome debate, the queftion being put, a divifion took^lace, when the numbers were For printing the faid Report* &c. 2 Aldermen, r- 17 Commoners, Tellers i -Mefl*. Cowley and Dornfoid. Again ft printing the fame. - $ Aldermen, 15 Commoners, Tellers 2 Meff. Powell and Tyrrell. Majority   2   againft. The original motion was then put and agreed to, and they were oriered to be depofired iu the Town Clerk's Office for the infpe&ion of the Members of the Court. At four o^clocj^ the Court broke up. There being-^.Court of Alderman yefterday at Guildhall, the Lord-Mayor ordered the price of bread to be continued the fame as laft week. Extra*! of a letter from Ojlend, Nov. 27. " Namur was taken by one column of the Imperial troops on Wednefday laft: the Patriots retired towards Bruflels ; the other column of the AuftrianS' entered Brabant by way qf St. Iron, Tirlamont, &e. and -arrived at Louvaine on Thurfday laft, fo that a little time muft determine the fat*of the Brabanters." DIED.] Lately, John Deas, Efq; Grand Mafter of Mafoire in South-Carolina, under the Conftitution of the Grand Lodge of England.- A few days ago, the Rev. Mr. John Garnons, Curate and Sunday Evening Lecturer of Allhal-lows Barking, Tower-ftreet, and alfo Afternoon Lecturer of Allhallows, London-Wall. ' *   .'1 '    � 1   � � 1   ...........mlil......     m WANTED,   - AHOUSE to RENT, to be entered upon immediately, or at Chriftmas next, within ten or fifteen Miles from the Stone's-End, in the County of Kent or Eflex, fuitable for a fmall genteel Family, with about �;ight or ten Acres of Land. Letters (Poft-paid) directed for A. Z. mentioning the Particulars, to be left with J. Hollis, Printer and Stationer, No. aij.Shoemakcr-roWj Blacktriars, will be duly attended ta-r; '   ; , ... ' l**-j7 This Day iuas publi/hed, Elegantly printed in One Volume, Odtavo, Price 63. in Boards, SKETCHES chiefly relating to the HISTORY, RELIGION, LEARNING, and MANNERS of the HINDO S.; With a concife Account of the-prefent State of the native Powers of Hindoftan. _Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand.      [2911 This Day was published, Elegantly printed in One Volume, OGavo, Price 6s. in Boards, Illuftrated with .a.Plan of the Baftile, J THE HISTORY" of the BASTILE.   With  a concife ACCOUNT of the late REVOLUTION in FRANCE. To which is added an Appendix; containing, among other PaiticulaiiB, an Enquiry into the Hiftory of the Prlfoner with the Maflc. [29*9 ^Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand. In a few Days will be pvblijbed, In'Ohe Volume, Oftavo, 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 Tiviotdale, in the Church of Kelfo, on Tuefday the Z7th of April 1790.   Publifhed at their Defire in this Volume. By  JAMES  BELL, D. D. Minifter of Coidftream. Printed for A. Strahan ; and T. Cadell, in the Strand. Of whom may be had, lately publifhed, 1. Sermons an feveral Subjects, by the Right Rev. Beilby Porteus, D. D. Bifhop of London; 6th Edit. 6s. 2. Sermons on various Subjects, and preached on feveral Occasions, hy the late Rev. Thomas FVancklin, D. D. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Mijefty, and Rector of Brafted in Kent; 3 vols. 8vo. 3d Edit. xl. is.4n Boards. 3. Sermons on the relative Duties, by the fame Author ; 8ve. 3d Edit. 5s. in Boards,-. [a88o BUTTONS ILLEGALLY COVERED. CAUTION againft MAKING or WEARING of BUTTONS ILLEGALLY COVERED. THE Public are refpectfully informed, that many ThoufanAs of induftrious Men, Women, and Children, are become almoft deftitute of Employment by the general U( d ti&a& to be the moft convenient to begin to-morrow (tttij dajr) and to contihiie for fourteen days,^ /  Mr. Buffo faid, it might be very naturally e)r> pected that he fhould fay fomething upon a fubjeet of great importance, a fubjeet whieh took ur> the particular attention of the laft Parliament* the trial of Mr. Hajlings. He faid* left aa . idea fhould be entertained, that the proceedings were at an end, on accpunt of theHotife of Peers adjourning over the day (Tuefday), on which the motion for the further proceedings on the trial of Mr. Haftings was to be made, he thought it ne-cefTary to ftate his opinion; the Houfe of Lords* he was led to believe, were induced to act fo for two reafons: the firft was, their Lordfhips Were d� opinion, that, the" Houfe would be taken up on that day (Tuefday), in fwearing in thi Members; and the next was, mat it was the day on which it would be moved, '� that an rmmfelc Ad-dreis be prefented to his Majefty, for his moft gracious fpeech from the Throne."- Her* he w3r dreffed himfelf parucularly to the Speaker, who* he faid, was better informed refpecting parliament tary cuftorns than he was, and in whole knowledgfe ' and impartiality he placed tht greateft. confidence-to him he would apply for an explanation. He faid, the laft Parliament,   hcantinuatisn of the trial, which, he hoped and btf . lieved, k would purfue with undiminiihed vigour and juftice.     - ' Mr. Speakef faid, that as the Right -Horn Gentleman had appealed to him, he thought, it necef-fary to fay, that whatever doubts might be entertained elfewheret there could be bo doubt i� that Houfe, whenever it came to be difcufled* , that no diffslution of Parliament couii affect the event of a Trial by  Impeachment;   He perfectly agreed in the opinion which the Hon. Gentleman had entertained refpe&ing the mo-tires that had induced their Lordfiript tb-'pafrorcH* the day, and he recommended to the Hon. Gen^ tleman to paufe a day or two, in order that their Lordfhips might not fuppofe that they entertained a different idea. Mr. Pitt confirmed what Mr; Speaker had faio% and obferved, that were a queftion toarife, ifenj fhould arife, the Hon. Gentleman, by giving notice of the day on which he meant to mate the motion, would have an 'opportunity of hearing that queftion properly difcuifed.  Mr. Burke acquiefced in the Hon. Gentleman*! explanation.       , - Mr. Speaker informed the Hdufe, that fince that Hon. Houfe had attended his Majefty at the bar of the Houfe of Peers on Thurfday laft, in order to prevent miftakes, he had procured a copy of the Speech which his Majefty delivered from the ' Throne, which,, he would no^- read to the Ho^fe; As foon as the-.Speaker had read the Speechi Mr. Mainwaring^rofeand faid, that feeling as hd-dfcd in thefitaation.which he flood as the reprefenta-tiye of a great and populous county, it gave him the moft heartfelt fatnfadtion- to think, that the bleflingsof peace, fb effential to the inMreft, commerce, and profperity of a free and commercial country, fhould be fecured, which he was happy to fay the expreflions in the King's Speech gave him the liberty to ftate.-It became him, therefore,  to rejoice in common with all friends to the country upon-that happy event, which he could not help thinking had been effected entirely by the King's attachment and regard for  his  people,   and  the wifdom and firsu-nefs of his minifters ;  he faid, it happened very rarely that war was productive of heneficiat confequences to this country,  and that it wa? always his opinion that npthiag but the moft ev"i-den'rand urgent necefSty^could be a proper tea-fon for going to war, and thereby deftroying the tranquillity and greatly endangering the interefts� trade, and welfare of a commercial kingdotn^.' it was well known that the well appointed fleets'and the great armies kept up in this country, were never intended as the means of cOnqueft, but of protection to the trade, the honour and the dig-nuy of the nation. The armament upon the prefent occafion had been very great, and the quick-nefs with which it had beert cornpleated, claimed the warmeft pra�fes from the connrry, and would remain as a teftimony in future of what the re-fonrces and fp^rit of this country would produce when under the management of fb wife and able ad adminiftratiort.  The expence. attending this ar+ mament- would, no doubt, be "great* in proportion to the extent, which the wifdom ofhisMa-jefty's Cotincil^co^fidered it rieceffary to go�- blrt great as that expence might bs> when com-s pared to the objects to be gained, and which his Majefty had in view, hAWas fu:e when he thought of the termination of the negotiation which wr s now Ukely to take place, theft expecce* would   

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