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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 9, 1790, London, Middlesex                                (L  O   N  i>   O  N. } SATURDAY,  Dec. ii 1790, \ FRIDAY, Dec. 10. ftjhrday arrived the Mails /rem Holland and France. Petersburgh, Nor. tz. Prizes k      "'   '    _        _ ~'---------       -- - latter not permitting him to occupy- himfelf with 7>ubHc affairs any longer. He will, however, pro-Wbly continue to refide at Vienna. x>Vitnna, Nov. 21. The Emperor, accompa-TiiAd by the Queen of Naples, the Arch-Ducliefs .tylria Chriftina, and the Duke of Saxe Tefchen, jme his public Entry into this capital from Pref- ) howg yefterday, under the triumphal arches ( er^d oh the occafion of his double coronation, Wlfc were fuperbly illuminated. &3 Majeftyi upon the Arch-Duke Leopold's be* declared by the States of Hungary Palatine � cfme Kingdom; rjrefented his Royal Highnefc w��he two Manors of Hollitfch and Schlolhof, as � appendage ; the former, it is imagined, will br* in about 80,000, and the latter 30,000 flo-nmk year. the Coronation of our Sovereign, as K'ng of Bfhemia, is fixed for the 16th of May next. COUNTRY   NEWS. tFind/oi, Dec. 8.   The Dean and Chapter have been pleafed t� elecl Mr. Page one of the Lay Vicars of St. George's Chapel, void by the death tf the law Mr. Adcock. SHIP-NEWS. Dial, Dec. 8; Came down, and failed, the Grenville Br/, Maun, tor Grenada Brook, Oliver, for Antigua ; Bnddimjtons, Clark, forjmfa Holmftrand, Maikell, for Leghorn} and Liurel, ^^^fe, for Lancafter. Remain in the Downs the DiclafJ^BPsoutfongpton men of war, asd Meerwyk, Van Grorjrrm|er^ for^Miwia. Laft night ran on the. Goodwin Sands the Hopej BB$jjjrk, from Memel to Liverpool, crew fared j if the weatHe?'proves moderate, it is hoped fte will be got off.   Wind N. by W. iSrmJtjtitd, Dec. 8. Pafled by the Juno, Lambert, from Pe-teriburgh-j Beaver, Sloman, from Hamburgh j Perfeverance, J Atkiafun,-from Stockholm ; Elizabeth, He/Ter j Content,! Cavr j and John and George,- Hudfon, from Norway. _______ Yefterday afterno6n> at three o'clock, Mr. &urke waited on Mr. Pitt, at his houfe' in Down-ing-ftreet, whfji Mr. Burice had a private interview with the Minifter, previous to their attending the Houfe of Commons. The Governor and Deputy-Governor of the ifettiik had a fecond interview with the Minilter, yellerday, at his houfe in Downing-iireet. - Wednefday Sir John Parnell, Chancellor of the fe.-fchecjuer in Ireland, had a conference with the Minilter at his houfe in Doivning-llreet, refpeft-ing ibm'e propofed regulations in the corn trade of that kingdom. It is faid the Minillcr propofes to pay the ex-pehce of the late armament without funding it. He means to iffue Exchequer Bills upon Debemuresj bearing interell of three and a half per cent, to be cxtingitifhed in fix year*, at the rate of 250,0001. half yearly. This fufn is 10 be raifed by, 1. a iduty on Cotton, 2. An additional duty on Bills t)f Exchange, which is to operate at once as a regulation, and as a perfecting of the original tax. At prefent is. is the highefl/lamp for io,oool. as �s well fen- 50I. Notes. Some proportion is therefore to be ellablifhed. Wednefday a Court of Proprietors was held at the Eall-India-Houfe, Leadenhall-ftreet, to ballot for a Director of the Eail-fndia Company, in the room of the late J ames MofFatt, Efq. deceafed, when Walter Ewer, Efq. was ele&ed without cp-rofuion, and was yefterday fworn in at a Court of jbiredors held for that purpofe. Yelterday arrived at the General Poll-Office one Jamaica mail, by the Queen Charlotte packet, Captain Ratcliffe, after a pail'nge of eight weeks. The Queen Charlotte left at Jamaica Rear-Admiral Affleck, on board the Centurion, with the Blonde, Diana, and Brone frigates, and Cygnet and Alert ilei*>s, under his command. Letters were received on Wednefday from Fal-jn.ou.th, by which there is advice that the Hon. Mr. Juftice Wilfori had been better in his health for the laft week than for a eonfiderable time pre-tding, and that on Sunday laft he emb-irked on board the packet for Lifbon in tolerable fpirits. A very large plot of ground, in St. George's-telds, has been lately taken cn leafe, by the Com mittee of the Philanthropic!;: Sooiety, on which a jrery extenfive building is to be immediately erected, for the accommodation and employment of the cbjetts of that charity The following Numbggs were drawn Pi above 15I. the 20th day:- No. 2,841, a blank, but as firft drawn entitled to 500I.-Nos.6,*oi, 34,163, iool.-Nos. 3,190, 4,830, 10,235, 19�349> 29,617, 33,835, 36,348, 50L The Atlas, Smith, from London, is arrived at Quebec, after being .ftranded ou C)ahe Ifland. The Two Brothers, Redpath, of Newcaftle, from Peterfburgh to Dublin, is on fhore at Skerries. The John and Mary, Wilhart, from Memel to Kincardine, is loft at Bornholm. The Hope, Peters, from Padftow to Cork, is loft off Kinfale. The Negotia, Drefman, from Amfterdam to Ceylon, is loft in the Texel. The-, Jantzen, from Portfmouth toDaht- zick, is ftranded on the Schaw. On Wednefday George Piatt and James Tem-pleman were capitally convi&ed at the Old Bailey, for aflauhing Henry Sharpe on -the highway, putting him in fear, by threatening to charge him with having attempted to commit a certaindo-teftable crime, and robbing him of two guineas and upwards, his property. Yefterday the following prifoners were capitally convi&ed at the Old Bailey, viz. Robert Jones, for driving away with and ftealing two bay mares, of ;he price of 40I, with an Hackney-coach, No. 283, the property of Jofeph Ray ; Stephen Hun-ton, for a burglary in the dwelling-houfe of Elizabeth Brown, and ftealing a half ftiawl, and three linen (heets, her property; Mary Gorman and Ann Griffin, for ftealing feven yards of printed callico, value 5s. and upwards, the property of Thomas Clark, privately in his fhop. Ten were convi&ed of felonies, and four acquitted. On Saturday laft a difpenfation parted the Great Seal, enabling the Rev. Charles Cave, A. M. Vicar of Thingdon, in the county of Northampton and diocefe of Peterborough, and Chaplain to the Countefs Dowager of Elgin and Kincardin, to hold the vicarage of Thedingworth, in the county of Leicefter and diocefe of Lincoln, on the prefentation of Sir Thomns Cave, Bart, one of the R�prefentatives for Leicefterihire. MARRIED. Yefterdav, Mr. John Peppin, Merchant, of Lawrence-Pauntney-lane, to Mift Cli*iftiana Rafch, third daughter of Frederick Rafch, Efq. of the fame place.-Yefterday, the Rev. vBenjamin Ker Vaughan, Reftor of Aveton Giff-ird, in Devonfhire, to Mifs Stracey, eldeft daughter of Edward Stracey, Efq, of Rackheath-Hall, Norfolk. ftnd DIED.] On Wednefday, at his houfe at Hampftead, in the 77th year of his age, Thomas Langdale, Efq; of Holborn.-Saturday laft, at Dedham, in Eifex, aged 68, Palmer Firmin, Efq. of that placet-At Edinburgh, the 2d inftant, Mrs. Finlay, of Prince's-ftreet. H. VINT, PERFUMER, No. 3, TAVISTOCK.-ROW, CO VENT-GARDEN'. Three Doors from the HUMMUMS, Rclpeafu'.ly informs the Public, that his BRITISH POMATUM is fuperior to Bear's Greafe, in Fragrance but little inferior to the heft Foreign Pomatums, and will keep tor fsven Years in any Climate. Its Qualities are of fo generative a Nature, that chemical Gentlemen have pronounced it to be the molt effectual Renovator and Strengthener of Hair, that has hitherto been invented^ and may be ufed in the fame Manner as any other Pomatum. It is not the Proprietor's Intention to enlarge on the Merits of this Difcovery, confeious that the 1 flighceft Trial will eftablim its Superiority. Sjld in Pou/:.l P.�s at 4s. 6d. half-Pound Pots zs. 3d. and quarttr-Pcund Pots is. ld.| by H. Vint, as above j alfo by Mr. Mslvin, Perfumer, No. 70, New Bond-Street; and. Mi'. Wilt, Ferfumer, No. 10, Leadenhall-Street.   v [3C01 It ha; long been the Wifli of the Community at large, and nioreefpeciaiiy the religious Part of it, to be accommodated v.'ith a BI8LE of a convenient Pocket-Size ; as all former Ecitions of tb.3t Kind had been long oat of Print, and the few old Copies that remain in the-Hands of the Tiade, being charged at fo enjrmous a Price,  that they preclude every comman Purchafer ; neither is there a Supply -ven of thjfe to fatisfy the Demands of the Public.    Thefe Confutations have induced SCATCHERD and WHITAKER to engage in printing one   with NOTES,   of a fmaller Sire, and more elegant, in Type and Paper, than any former Edition : And they cannot but flatter themfelves, that, when the Mt-rit of the Work is kaiwn, the Sale will snfwirr their moft fan-guine Expectations, and reward them for the extreme Anxiety, as well as very great Expence, they have encountered in thij arduous Undertaking. {2945 petitioner in this Parliament iu.        ------- nephew to the above gentleman, and probably ffill inherit part of his fortune.  We are authorifed to inform the public, that article inferted in our paper of yefterday, of vmmige of Edmund Head," Efq; to Mifs Blake, |# erroneous ' '   ' r-A-"'*nn. the the ridmuna incou, --w A,,-nn a^wwlfy without fou>vdauon. The only Office where Prizes are paid in full. FOURTEEN THOUSAND POUNDS SAVED. HORNS3Y and Co. ever anxious toprefcivt the Attention and merit the Favcur of the Public, have (much to their Honour) continued their diftlnguifhed and approved Propofal, as adopted by them in the lalt Englifli Lottery, and has no Precedent in the Hiftory of former Lotteries.   They are determined to piy every Prise that may be purchafed at their Office, No. z6, Cornhill, without the fmalleft Discount or Deduction,; So that the fortunate Holder,, in the Englilh Lottery, ofthe 2o,oooi. will receive the exact Sum of io,o  it is a Benefit fo clearly pointed ouf, that every Peifon can calculate the Value of it; as it in Fa& amounts Co a Saving of Eight Shil-lingsin every Ticket that is drawn a 10I. Prize, Four Shillings in a 9I. Prlie, *nd 4.00I. in either of the capital Prizes in bttb. Lotteries, aadpayiblc too (be Momenc drawn.   []ci 1 To MERCERS, LINEN-DRAPERS, HABERDASHERS. To be LETT, and entered on. immediately, A Large SHOP and HOtfSfi, in the above XX Bufinefs, in the Market-Place, Sheffield.   Likewife the STOCK in TRADE to be difpofed of.  The Sock is well bought in, and in good-Condition. Thofe that this will fuit, inquire of Mr. W. Dodgfon, No. 66, Wood-ftreet, Cheapiide, London ; or Letters, Postpaid, addrefled t&Mr. ThomasRimiagton, of ShefKeJd, will be particularly attended to. [1965 GRANTHAM, LWJOLNSHtfU. To be LETT, And entered upon immediaiely, AVery good SHOP, DWELLING-HOUSE, WAREHOUSES, and other Conveniences. The Stock to be taken at a fair Valuation, c .uniting of Woolen and Linen Cloths, Haterdafliery, Tea*, &tc. the Whale not exceeding 8col. For furrher particulars enquire of Mr. Francis Young, Grantham. [2936 To be LE IT,  unfurnifhed, AHOUSE, delightfully ftuated, the upper End of Queen-ihtet, in tbe Centre of St. James's Park, oppofite tke Palace j with fpacious Bow - Window Rooms, corarntanecified in the Bills. --- ---m=7 SOMERSET-PLACE, STAM�       Nov. 7, 1790.. WE, his Majefty's Commiffiohers for managing the Stamp Duties, duly authorized by She ^ Losds Commiflioners of his Majefty's Treafury, purfuant to Act of Parliament, to let to farm tbe Duties granted.bf " An A�t of the 25th of his prefejit Majefty on Horfejs leai* " to hire rbr travelling Poft and by Time," do hereby give Notice, that we intend to lett, at our Office in Somerfet-Place, the faid Duiies to farm, an Tuefday the 4th Day cf . January next, between the Hours of Ten and Twelve in th� Forenoon, according to the Diilridls in the Statement undermentioned, and to put the fam^ up at the Sums placed oppofite to each, for the Term of Thiee Years from the iftDay of February nsxt, to fuch Perform as may be willing to con- . traft for the fame.   All Perfons intending to faraj the faid Uuttei i� to deliver in their PropofaJs to us at the Stamp- v Office in Somerfet-Place, at leaft Three Day a previous to tM ; laid 4th Day of January nextr ligncd with tteir Names* ft icing the Places of their Abode, and fpecifying the Diftric\ for wj�ich the y intend to bi4, or tneir Ffopofals cannot be pro* proceeded on, as diredted by the faid Aft. No Perfons licenfed to let Horfes for the Purpofe of travaW ling Hoft, nor any Perfons for their Ufe, can be admitted t� * fontract lor the faid Duties. A Statement of Diftricls for farming out th� Poft-Horfe, &S|� \ Duties : DISTRIC1S. No 1. 2. 1 Produce. �� 5i�74 6. 8 This Day iuas fablifbed. Elegantly printed in Or.r Volume, Oftavo, Pric? 63. in Boards, SKETCHES chieflv relating to the HISTORY, RELIGION, LEARNING, anJ MANNERS of the HINDO S. With a concife Amount of tns preient State of the native Powers of HindolUn. Printed for T. Cadcl', in tha Strand. This Day n.vns published, Handfomely printed in fix Volumes, Octavo, Price 2I. 2s. Bound, A NEW EDITION, with a?i accurate Index, of A N ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, An- J\_ tien: and Modern, from the Birth of Chrift to the Beginning ofthe prefent Century ; in which the R;fe, Pro^refs, and Variations of Church Power are confidered in their Connexion with the State of Learning and Phiiofophy, and the Political Hiftory of Europe during that Period. By the late learned JOHN LAWRENCE MOFHT.JM, D/D. And Chancellor of the Univerlity of Gotiirigtr. * TranflaceJ from the otigina! Latin> and accc;.-pjfti-d with Notes and Chronological Tables. By ARCHIBALD MACLAINE, D.D. Priated for "X. Cad;!!, in the Sttani    [i?2o North-Britain Northumberland - - Cumberland - - Weftmorland mm - Durham - - - Yorklhire - ~~ -� Lancaihirs        -� - - Chelhire - Derbyfliire -- -� - Staffordftiire - - Lincolnihire ~ - Nottinuhamlbire  vth Wales, v"*. Angle lea ^ -� Carnnrvonfhire -. Dsnbiehihire ~ -      . . FUn till ire -* -. Merioneth/hire, and - Tylontgomerylhire, with Shropfliire - ** Sodch Wales, viz. Brecknockflure - Carmarthenfltire -� Cardiganfhire     �i~        -i tlarnarganihlre - Radnoiiire, and -. Pembroke/lllre, with ~ -i.       I Herefordftiire, arid      -� -�       I Monmoutbihire - -ii     J N. B. The abovt Suras are Ae grofi Amounts, of the Duty aritlng, within each Diftricx refpeciirely, far 'the Year 10 il- iS *4 IS 8,76t ending on the lit of Auguftj iffi 2Sf3] T. BINDLEY. W. BAILL1B. R. TICKJLLL, J. BYNG. x 1 FAWKNKU   

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