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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 16, 1790, London, Middlesex Price Four Pence. From THURSDAY, Dec. 16, to SATURDAY,. Dtc. 18,-1790. 8927 FRIDAY, Dec. 17. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. �Warsaw, Nov. io. HE Diet is at prefent em-t�jS�) ployed by the different fi/iff^i T applications made by pri- ;_'*'i!l / XX , vate perfons to obtain tlie Indigenate and Letters of Nobility. The lift of them is very numerous, and contains the Hames of al-moft all the bankers and merchants in Warfaw, and tiofe of a number of the principal tradesmen and artiih. It is thought that all, with few excep-t ons, will obtain their wifhes, and the duties laid on Adls of Nobility and the Indigenates will bring a pretty furn into the Treafury of the Republic. The Kx-Jefuits, however, have purfued a different method to obtain permiffion to form cllab-lifhmerits in the manner of public feminaries. They are ftrongly fupported by a great number of' ^.erfous, and have published a Memorial, in which they o.Ter their fervices, without mentioning any thing-of any kind of recompence, or of f.ny pretenfions or indemnification whatever relative to their former poffeffions. This Memorial has been dillributed amongit all the LMetines and Palatinates. The War CommiiTion has been charged to give its opinion touching the conduct to be obferved relative to the 200 Ruffian Tartars, who have Come lo offer their fervices to the Republic. Flenna, A'ov. 20. We learn from Prague, that ftn inflammatory and contagious diforder reigns amongftthe Jews of that chy, the effect, of which 3s fo fatal that the patient generally dies within 24 hours after being taken ill. A grejt number of jews have fallen victims to it already, and Government, to hinder it from reaching the other quarters of the city, has prohibited a'ny kind of communication with the quarter of the Jews. SHIP-NEWS. Arrived, and failed for the River> the from Dm/, Dec. 15. Naatilus, Ston.', from C^Efi-c ; Three Sifters, Hogg, Plymouth; and Mary, Willb.n, fronvCharente. Remain in the Downs the (hips as before ; Prince of Afturhs, M'Carthy, for Cadiz ; Atalanta, Renton, for Virginia; Juftina, Mon-cur, far Jamaica; Polly, Wharton, for Honduras; and Linenhali," Dixon, for Belf.'.ft. N. B. Laft night, in a hard Gale or Wind, the FrienJihip, Gowland, for Jamaica, loft an Anchor and Cable, carried away her Main and Mizen-Mafts, but is now riding in the OuU-Stream ' blowj hard. Wind W. Tnis day at noon the Qrjeen and three Pnn-cefies'went from Bnckingnam-houfe to Windfor Lodge. And at one o'clock the King had a Levee at St. James's, after which his Majefty fet off for Windfor. Yefterday at a quarter pad one o'clock their Majeities and their Royal Highnefles the Prin-ceifes Royal, Augufta, and Elizabeth came from Buclcingham-hcufe to St. James'?, where the Queen held a Drawing-room, which commenced at two o'clock, and was very full cf company. At half paft four o'clock the Drawing-room broke up, when the King gave a private audience to the Duke of Buccleugh, and at five o'clock their Majefties and the three Princeffrs returned to Buckingham-houfe, when the Queen had a private card-party in the evening. The piefentations to the Queen at the Drawing-room yefterday, were his Serene-Highnefs PrinCe Ferdinand Duke of Wurtemberg, by the Earl of Aylefoury ; Lord Amelius Beauclerk, by his fether, the Duke of St. Alban's ; Lord Garlies, by Admiral Elliot; Sir Gilbert Affleck, by Sir John Rous, it being their firlt appearance at Court. Several new Members of the Houfe of Commons, and Navy officers, were alfo predated to the Queen. Yefterday his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales went in ftate to the Drawing-room at St. James's. His Highnefs was attended by Lord Southampton, as Groom of the Stole, and Vif-count Melbourne, as Gentleman of the Bedchamber in Waiting ; the reft of the attendants as ufnnl. Yefterday his Royal Kighnefs the Prince of Wales fet off from Carleton Houfe for his hunt-irg feat at Kempfhot Park, Hants. His Royal Highnefs the Duke of Clarence had a private interview with the King at Buckingham Houfe yefterday, previous to the Drawing-room at St. James's. The Houfe of Commons will adjourn on Friday next, to "jfhurfday the 3d day of February. It is not fafhionable, nay, it is vulgar in the extreme, in Paris, to fay the King, the l^ueen, the Dauphin ; they are no.v known by the appellation of the Executive Power, his Spoufe, and the Boy. -A letter from Conltarctinople, dated Oft. zz, fays,' that the Grani Sultan has ilrongly manifefled his refentment at the peace concluded by Sweden, j and ordered the guard of JaniiTaries to be imme- j . "dintely withdrawn from attending Mr.Heidenftein, '� ''the S.wedi'h Ambaffador, as alfo. the. allowance 4y> had from the Porte, which was very, confiderable. : '�Re-has fince in vain folicited an audience of the IvUmHrjr, who fent "hita for.aniwsr, that as his requeft could only be on political fubjects, the Porte was determined not to have any further concern with Sweden on thefe matters. Letters from Vienna fay, that the Baron de Herbert, the Imperial Minifter, has received the ultimatum of the Court of Kulfia, which he is charged 10 communicate to the Turkifh Deputies at the Congrefs. The above ultimatum contains the following articles; ift, That the negotiations for peace fhall be carried on without the mediation and guarantee of Pruffia, England, and Holland. 2d, That Ruffia fhall keep the Crimea, and the fortreffes of Akierman and Oczakow. 3d, That Moldavia and Wallachia fhall be rertofed to the Porte, and that thofe Provinces fhall not be declared independent. 4th, That the fortrefs of Bender fhal! alfo be.|eftored, but that the fortifications fhall not be re-eftablifhed. A Court of Directors was held on Wednefday at the India-Houfe, at which Captains Parker, of the Albion, for Madras and China, Urmilon, of the Taunten-Caftle, for Bombay and China, and ' Farquharfon, of the Alfred, for-St. Helena, Madras, and China, attended, and took their leave, previous to their proceeding on the above defti-uations. A Quarterly General Court of Proprietors was alfo held the fame day, at which very few perfons were prefent. The Court came to a refolution to declare a dividend of four per cent, on the Company's ftock for the laft half year, and agreed to fnfpend the bye-laws for giving Mr. Lewin permiffion to build a fhip in the room of the Vanfit-tart, which was loft laft feafon in the Streights of Sunda; Mr. Fiptt, the owner of the fhip Hart-well, which was alfo loft fome time fince, made a few obfervations j after which the Court broke up. Yefterday a Court of Common Council was held at Guildhall, at which the Lord-Mayor, Recorder, 13 Aldermen, the two Sheriffs, and a great number of Commoners were prefent. The proceedings of the laft Court were read. MrvDepury Birch made fome remarks on a cno-. tion he had in his lund, refpecling the privilege ! of this Court in appointing a Serjeant at Arms j for'this City ;,pbferving that his Majefty had-recently appointed a Serjeant at Arms to attend on the LordjM'ayor of London, and he was of opinion the appointment was in this Court, but had by fome means efcaped them. He concluded by moving, " That it be referred to the Committee for General Purpofes forthwith to examine into the nature and duties of the office of Serjeant at Arms to the City of London, what his. emoluments are, and for what purpofes and by whom they are paid : by what means fo confiderable an appendage to the dignity of this great City has been neglected, and the origin of the cuftom of the Common Cryer of this. Court bearing the City mace, and report their opinion thereon." The fame was carried in the affirmative, and referred accordingly. The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor laid before the Court a,letter he had received from the Marine Society, exprefling their grateful thanks for the chamber, together with the appendixes, was, upon the motion of Mr. Dixon, ordered to be printed, and a copy thereof fent to every member of the Court. A report from the Navigation Committee, relative to the Water-bailiff, was read, and ordered to be printed and fent to every member. The Court broke up at" five o'clock. The Eaft-India-Company's fliip Abergavenny, Captain .Wordfworth, bound to Bombay and China, was fpoke with in May laft, in latitude 29, and longkude 38, all well. The Active, Walih, from Africa to London, is put into Ramfgate with the lofs of anchors and cables. The Three Sifters, Ti�ntfb^ar, from Faro, is arrived in Shetland Bay with damage. The Mary and Harriot, Campbell, from Riga to Dundee, is wrecked near Arbroath. The Dean of Tuam in crofting James-ftreet, Ilay market,- between fey en and eight o'clock on Saturdayvening, was attacked by four fellows, who, taking him in their arms, robbsd him of his watch, money, ftock and gold ftock buckle, fhoes and buckles, and every other article they could take from him, and leaving him in the ftreet effected their efcape. The Dean had dined at a Gentleman's in Park-lane, from whence he . was returning when this violence was committed. We are happy to hear it has not been attended with any other confluences than a flight cold. Wednefday morning, about ten o'clok, as Mrs. Angerftein was at breakfift in her dreffing-room, wbich is aboat � the middle cf her houle, in Pall Mall, from the violence of the wind, the chimney fell in, and carried every thing before it, with the brealcfaft-table, �3rc and threw Mrs. Angerftein out of the chair. Her cup and feu cer, which fhe w-as drinking out of, were found unbroke in the hall, below : fortunately, her maid was near her, and alfo efcaped; as did three of the men fervant?, who, the inftant before, left the hall, under the drefiing-room. The wind muft have been very violent, as the chimney was not an old On?. it belonged to one of the three rooms built by his M.ijefty's father. So great was the power of the wind on Wednefday, that fevernl of the frntry boxes in St. James's park were blown down, particularly that at Storey's Gate, winch was broke in two by the fall. Unfortunately it fell againft the fentinel, who was Handing near it, and broke one of his legs. He was immediately taken to the Regimental Hofpital in Petty France. Ths high winds have driven the Woodford Eaft-Indiaman afhore at tlackwall. The veffel has hot, however, fuftained any material damage. Wednefday morning, about four o'clock, two light colliers where driven from their moorings off Shadwell, and ran on fhore near Cuckold's Point, where it is expected- they will go to pieces, being both overfet, and filled, with water : one man was This Day
a: tl'ie nnd':r*3 L-*:ife whicn .--�arlv- R- 21c!. fituate in the Pa'rifh cf Marfton-Moretain, and W-.>oton-Un-derwood, in the County of Bedford. II. Alfo a MESSEUAGE and FARM, fitua'e in the Pari fh and nearly adjoining to the Market-Town of Newinrt-Pag-neil, in die County of Bucks j coni'i:li;ig of Arable, Meadow, and Pafture Land, containing together i2oA. bR. 25P. cr thereabouts, and the Tythes therv-of, tog-'ther with Two Fif:h Vnrt% of uie Eutage of Three Coaman Fields and Mca-*dow3, and Four Cow or Horl'e .Commons j now in the Occupation of Wm. Pike, at the yearly Rent of 230I. under a Lcafe which expires at Lady-Dav, 1793. III. Alfo a MESSUAGE and FARM, fituate at AST-WOOD ahd CRAWLEY, in the faid County of BiAks ; ci?nfiftingof Anble and ofM jadow or Paft ore Lmd, and a fmall Parcel of Wood Ground, containing together 77'A. oR. 26 P. or there-bout:, in the Occupation of Mr. Jirob Odell, at the Yearly Ruu of yol. Irjtn Lady-Day, NOTICE to CREDITORS. ALL Perfons who have any CLAIMS or DEMANDS upon the Rev. JOHN NOEL, late of Steeple Afton, in the County of Oxford, deceafed, are de-fired forthwith to fend an Account th :reof to Thomas Walker, Efq. of Woodftock; or Mefl". Kinderley and Long, �y-mond'i-tnr, Chincery-lane, London : And all Perfons indebted to faid Mr. Nud ara defired fortliwith to pay the fame as above. ' [3�47 LT"Perfons who Hood INDEBTED to the ESTATE and EFFECTS of the late Mr. JOHN BAKER, of BUDGE-ROW, in the City of London, Grocer and Tea Dealer, at the Time of his Deceafe, are de-'fired forthwith to pay the fame to Mr. William Baker, of Portfmoutlr, his Executor; or to Mr. Sterry, Attorney-at-Law, Statnford-ftreet, Blackfriars-road ; who are authorifed to'receive the -fame, or they will be faed for the Recovery thereof without further Notice : And all Perfons having any Claim upon the faid Eilate, 3re defired to fend a correft Account of their Demands as above. [3050 PRIVATE EDUCATION. THE Friends of young Perfons defigned for the UNIVERSITY, the PROFESSIONS, or the SUPERIOR LINES of BUSINESS, are informed that a CLERGYMAN, accuftomed to conduct the finiihing Part of Education, receives into his Houfe, well fituated near London, . a limited Number of PUPILS. They are treated liberally, the Plan of their Inftrudtion is fuit"4 to the Situation in Lite for which they are intended, and includes Advantages not ufually found in larger Seminaries. App'y at Mefl". Sikes, Snaith, and Co. No. 5, Manfion-houfe-ftreet; or at Mr. Elmfley's, No. 87, Strand. [3079 To be SOLD, On Monday the 20th Inftant, ASubftan'tial-built BRICK HOUSE, No. 23, SOUTH-MOULTON-STREET, 22 Feet in Front, four Storios high j confifting of a Parlour and Shop; on the Firft Pair, Second Pair, and Attick, tAr^e Rooms on a Flour $ and tws Kitchens, with Brick-Vaults; behind is a Y3id covered over, which makes a .good Wafh-Houfe; the Wh.ile is.le'.ton Leafe at 46!. per Annum, fubje& to the Paymanc of r.L"n;-.ii Ground-Rent ef 5I. 10:. a Year, renewable every 14 \ * rs at a certain Fine for ever. May he view-.-d with Leave of th? Tenant. F-uvhi-r Particulars may be known by Application to Mr. G. Hutfon, Line-Surveyor, at Flu'ton, who will attend at th veen die Hours of te; and twelve in the Forenoon, for the Term cf one Year, .to commence from Chrtft.rras Day next, in the Manner directed by an Aft paffed in the 13th Ycarof tire Reign of his Majefty King George the Third, for regulating rhe-Turnpike-Rjads ; which Tolls at the l'a'id Frimlej Gate, were let t the laft Year for the Sam of two hu^died 3nd lixty ieven Pou^d?, and * the I faid Willey Gate for die Sum of fiur hundred anfl thirty ' Pounds, clear of the Collectors Salaries, and will be put up at thofe Sums refpedtively. Whoever happens to be the be ft Bidder or Bidders, muft, at the fame Time, givj Secu.iiy or S^c^iities, with fufticieat 1791 Apply to Mr. Oidie, C.^rey-Strret, L^-do" . The Tc-.an:s wl;!- ihz'X ihi pKraifT,. Sureties, to the SatisfarTtion of the Truftees of the fs'J Upntr Diftriicl:, for Payment of the Rent or Rents .'.jreed for, and atfuch Timus as they fliall in :hat Behaif direfi. WILLI AA1 S30TTER, Cle:k to the TrufL'eft. Farnhare, i3th Nov'rfibj:-, i7;c. [ig^
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