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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 11, 1790, London, Middlesex                                Price Four Pencei �4* From   SATURDAY, Dec/ it, to TUESDAY, Dec. 14, MONDAY, Dec. 13. Trim tbt\ LQND6N   and Jvica. ^ plague, which had- l�:->�Ss�%fiS�^�'-'(*^-- ^c*^Ql*e agai4  Secretary of State for the internal Department, and Mr. de Schibel, Secretary at War 4 alfb Monfieur de Eofell to be Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Spain; and Baron Volkerfahm,; Envoy Extraordinary to the Court of Petcr&urgh, tFdr  of 3 Company, vice Colo-' iici Jvha Byde, who. retires- 13lt^-'Cd|^^;itW^--JU(1'�r'Cav�n to jot Cspu'm-Liciite. {KO0|~ Enifign. Cbarlei Hgtfaam to be Lieutenant, Vice die Earl of Csniu      '� * ->f � /  T>itto> Erifign Ft�neH Genfcrd Lake, ftora the 35th Regiment, to be Enfign, JSfce Charl�s Hotham. Ci�o, Hon. Capi3rri*Ge�jfc Pomerpy> from the 64th Regiment* to be Lieutenant, vice Hpury Levctt Hall, who exchanges.     " " %ath Regiment effort, Lieutenant "William Sandby to" .be Captain of a Company by purchafe', Vic* Luke Martin, who retires. l)it�, Eniign Andrew Hunter t* be Liecrtenant, vice William . V jfe 4.5th Regiment rf Foot,  Hcfpital-Mate Thomas  Fofter, of the Eftabliilunent -of Grrn.ida*- to be Surgeon, vice Patritk Lindfay, appointed Garrifon Surgeon at.Barba-J doifs. ' 60th (or the Royal America*.) Regiment  of Foot, Henry Pickering, Gentleman, to'be Eofign, bypuichafc, vice 9,ilr (Highland) Regiment of Foot, Lieuteaant-Colenel John > Mercier,'from die 39th Regiment, U be Lieutenaat-Co-foael*' vice Henfy*Barry, whrrexchaoges. Ditto, ftiajor Da viff'Baird-to her Lieutenant-Colonel, by pur-chafe, vice JohVMercier, who'tetiiss. Dilto, (papain Stair Park Dalrymple to b~� Major, vice David Baitf. Ditto) Lieutenant, riugb Cuthbe'rt.. to be Captain of a Company, vice Stair Park Dalrymple, CARKI6ON of BARBADOES. ^urgeoa- Patrick jLlndfay, froro the 45th Regiment, to be Surgeon, vice . .William jEronld, who' is. placed- on the iialfpay, ISLAND oC CAPE BPXTQtt. �t    Rainsrord, Gentlemaa to he Commiflary of Muf- I790. i   ir 1 ters,'vice Jamer Edward Boiffeau, deceafed. ~ Memorandum.. fe the Gazette of the -43d t>f November, the name ef Ma^r Thom�ff*'Hewtfjn, late 71ft Foot, was inferted by inilfcakg in Ae Uft"cf Majors appointed to be Lie'utenant.�C^fc. atlsirfthe Armyl" r RETURNS OF CQ/RN,AND GRAIN, From Nov. 2^ tpDed. 4, t^jo* Price      ,| Average Price ince*      1 per.Qaarter.  Barley -� Beaii* - Malt - Oats - JPeafe - UsJr�'   ~ Rape Seed . Wheat - J Quarters. 1* o � % 6 " o 3 1 1. 1. 1 1 o 1 l 2 % i. l 11 15 10 3 18 7 6 5 7 J.    s-d. 9817      *�3*S 1*  * agtl   f 5*38  3 -5091   +,4634  1 1699      2738 19 a85        394 -x �4        147 17 4**5   1 i�5S^ 16 BANKRUPTS. Jrfwsrd W�olfh>ntraft, ,of Mark-lane, in the city of Lon-iain^rnyney-ficrivenex; to furrender Dec. 18,13, and Ja->. 12, at'|rn4_ at Guikrhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Dixon, Mincing-lane.       ......' Jofeph Atiaras, of Parernefter-row, Londtmf har(l�rarernan; #0 furrecder'.Dec. iS, "a8,' and Jan. 11, at ten, at Guildhall, London, Attornies, MciT. Gr^gfon and Ballon, Co^thall-. Wirt. �Francia Wtifiy, of the city of JSriftol, fliopVtcper and broker j to faq/j}dcr Dec. 27, aS, arid Jan. 11, at eleven, �e. the White-hart \qj\, hi the       Market, in the city of Briftoi.   Attoniies^ �,Mr� Tax croft, Be hnttt's-hill, Doclors-.. Camrno is, or;Mr. DaBJet Baynton, Briftol. John Le^y'n, ,{�tie j�f '.Hplk>vivvyt ia the pariih of Belther-. Asj,  Pembroke/hike^ dealer and chapman;  to farrender. Be�. za, �3, and J^n. 22, at ten, at'tiie White-h�rt, Narbeth.   Atwjuey,-, Mr. J jmes Bowen, of the town of Cardigan, Cardigan/hire. J*hiKHolland, la'-* of Great .Trinity-lane, in the c'ty of Londou, but ttoi/f or Jate of- Birmingham, Warwickihire, deafer and chapman }-to furrender Dec. 2S, at four, pic. 29, " �tea, and Jan, xa, at four, *t the tlgn of the Three L�g4, in'Call-laner Leeds, Yorkfhire. AttornieE^.Mr. Charles CoUpland, Leeds, Yorkshire, or Mr. John WUfon, Caftle-JMeU Hblbora.   ' ' Join Tv�tieH,'of i4ing-*reet, in ^he patifli of St, An�, ^aho, Middlesex,- .ttyKw j to furrender JaB. i> m, as, , ac !        at Quitdhail, ,Lond9a. , Attorney, fat, Hendrkh, M& a^j^f^d^ifijf^ai^,;     . Archibald Currie, now �r late of Cannon-ftreet, in the city of Londoa/packer; Jan. 22, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Dicklfon, of Min/kip, YorkAire, dealer and chapman j Jan. 1, at ten, at the, Talbot-'mnj Leeds, York-Aire. William Gite* the younger, of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, tvrine-fpinner; Jan. 3, at three, at the Angel on the Quay, Great Yarmontfc Jofeph Flounders, of North Shields, Northumberland, butcher; Jan. 4?sat ten, at the White-hart, in Newcaftle upon Tyne; Jofeph Ruft, of St. Catherine's, Middlefez, mathematical ir^roment-maker; Jan. 22, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Final Dividend. t JofejH Mafon, late of Deretend, in the parilh of Afton, near BirminghahT, Warwickfhire, and James GlaXcott, of Bnrdtfley, in the parilh of Afton aforeCiid, bru A-makers and partners j' Jan. 3, at three, at the Fountain tavern, New-ftreet, Birmingham.   Final Dividend. Certificates to be granted. Richard Turner, late of Alnwick, but now ,of Brcxfield, Northumberland, butcher; on or before Jan. .1. James Hutchifon (partner with James Robertfon) of Fleet-ftraet, London, oilman ; on- or before Jan. f. Samuel Malbone, of Plaiftow, Eflex, dealer and chapman 5 on jar before Jan. 1. COUNTRY   NEWS. Oxford, Dec. 11. On Thurfday the Rev. William Lee, A. M; and Fellow of New College, wasprefented by the Warden and Fellows of that Society, to the Rectory of Mew Sampford, in the county of Effex. The fame day William Peachy, Efq. of Trinity -College, was admitted to the degree of Bachelor in Civil Law ; for which he went out Grand Compounder. On Monday laft, after a lingering illrtefs, died at the lodgings in Corpus Chrifti College, Mrs. Cooke, wife of the Rev. Dr- Cooke, President of that College, and Vice Chancellor of th& Univerfuy. The fame day died, in the 79th year of her age, greatly lamented by her family, and re-fpee\ed by all her acquaintance, Mrs.* Batt, relifl of the late Mr. Batt, furgeon, of Witney, in this county. On Tuefday died, in the 77th year of his age, John Lane, of Ewelme, in. this county,-farmer, pofterTed of confiderahle property, the fruits of his own diligence and labour. 8� IP. NEWS. ^ Deal, Dee. 10. Arrived, and failed for the River, with 4ris Majefty's fhip Diclacor, tlie Betfcy, Apfey, from Malaga ; Ann and Elizabeth, Moyfe, and Lamb, Miles, from Plymouth; Liberty, Thomrtfon, from Quebec; and Edward, Bernie, frJm the South Sea for Hull. Remain in the Downs-the Southampton and Rofe frigatsi, and a Dutch Eaft-lnJia-man.   Wtr d W. Duel, >Dcc. 11. Remain in the Downs the ih'ips as per lair, and r'egafus, Lewis, from Lynn, for Liverpool. Wind .S. W. Grttvejatd;Pee. 10. Paffed by the Fly, Hunt; Pitt, Palmer; and 'AcV've, Warwick, from Malaga; Brothers, Brbwa, from Lilbon ; Hope, Inglifli, from Virginia; Rri-tiflj King, Lines, and Peggy, Whlddon, feom Denia ; Arthur Howe, Tucker, fVom Alicant; Francis, Nicolfon, frcra' Waterfird; Mentor, Stevejjfon, from Norway ; and Anda-luiia, Gordon,' from Cadiz. LONDON. Yefterday at noon their Majefties, with the four elder Prihceffes, and Royal Suite, attended Divine Service at St. George's Chapel, Windfor-Caftle ; where they heard a Sermon preached by the Canon in Waiting.; and at two o'clock the Royal Family returned to the Queen's Lodge to dinner. The following are the only Knights Companions of the Moft Noble Order of the Garter who are qualified to attend the Chapter at St. James's on Wednefday next, viz. . Their Royal HighnefTes the Prince of.Wales, Duke of York, and Duke of Gloucelter; Dukes of Newcaftle, Marlborough, and Grafton ; Marquis of Stafford^ Earli of Hertford and Bute. None of the others (havingTjot been initalfed) will be furomoned. " It has be  alias John Hart> (being on board a certairi lm^ggUng veffe!, caHeA the Mary) for wilfully and maliciouHy firing at William Vilty and John Bunn, Officers of hit Majefty's Cuftoms, in the execntion of their duty, on boitd an open boat on the fea withiA the harbour iot Thornham, patting them in fear-and daqger of their lives, ami dangera�fly wound* ing John Harris, one of "the failors'oti bo�d the {aid boat. Six were convicled of felonies, one of a mifde� meanor, and four acquitted. DIED.] On Saturday, af er a fevere itlneft, at-his houfe in Portland-pdace, Sir Samuel Han* nay, ofMaehroin, in Scotland, Bart, one of the Reprefentatlv3;s in Parliament for! Camelfor4* Cornwall.-On Friday, at his apartments in Bow-ftreet, Covent-Garden, the celebrated; flngeT# Mr- Thomas Popplewel!, well known to the choice fpirits who frequent the numeroni focietiei in this town, by the appellation of Old Pop ; whofe fciehtific fkill, added to the comic httaote in which he fung his fongs, never failed toenter-> ta'n thofe who had the pleafure of hearing him.-** Friday, at Lord Adam Gordon's, at Inverefk, Mrs. Bathea Rochead.-Lately, in Ireiadd, Mm Fitzhenry, the once celebrated aftrefs.-Friday, at his Chambers in Lincoln's-Inn, Mr. James Shaw^ Librarian to that Hon. Society.-Tuefday; in the 68th'year of his age, Richard Eaton, Gent, one of the Coroners for the county of Norfolk.-A few days ago, at Afhley, in Lancafhire, Ifaao Hyde, aged 102 years and five months j he has left behind him 11 children, 43 grand" children, and 41 great grand children.         Isstss THE Creditors of the Reverend THOMAS COOKE, of CUELSWQRTHy, in Suffolk,"'�* requeued to lend an Accpont of tketr Defflands upon hut^ witfi the Clatjire of their Sicuritiea, to Meffrj.-W. iai ], Lyon, Gray-VInn ; or t� Mr. Squjfs, of Ipfwieh.   �2910 ** . WALNUf TREES WANTED. ANY Gentleman that has Walnut Trees of Plank to difyof; of, hearof aPurchafer, by apply* ing to JUSEPM FUR3ER nnd Co. Gun-rnakerj and Thnbex Merchants, Birmiasrnrn, who will give the wtmo&VahW f^r the fame, and- [ ay1 ready Mone>-, as- they make that BufineJ* the^riocij^l-Qhjea pf.^eitiAaeftlioa*   . ,        {^968 To NOBLE"MEN and GENTLEMEN. Pejfor^of'a very refpecTable QharEc1�e'.and dbnneaiOBS, who has a Kaowledg f StTRVEVING, mid be: glad toengig5 hhttfclf as a 1.AKD-STEWARD t� a
                            

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