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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - December 21, 1790, London, Middlesex                                General Evenin ( l on d o n. ) Price Four Pence. From 5Vv�*- rfl^^W^SvSA,.-. J: WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22. /ir LONDON GAZETTE. Whitehall, Dec. zi. f^^BH^v;- ms tooroin8 A� felght "Z^v^yiv. Hon. Lord Henry Spen-i, A T ) i>/cer� his Majefty's Secretary of Embaffy, and Miniver Plenipotentiary at the Hague, arrived at the office of his Grace the Duke of Leeds, his Majefty's PrrncipalSecretary of State for Foreign Affairs, with a Convention relative to the affairs of tfeeAuftrian Netherlands, which was figned at the ' Hague on the loth inftant, (fub fpt rati) by his Excellency Lord Auckland, his Majefty's Am-baflador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the States Genera], and by the Plenipotentiaries ot their Imperial and Pruffian Majefties, and of their High Mightinefles the States-General. Whitehall, Dec. 21. The King has been pleafed to grant to Fyfh Burgh, of Welt Drayton, in the county of Middlefex, Efq. and his iiTue, his Royal licence and authority to aflume and ufe the furname of De Burgh, he being defcended from one of the daughters and coheirs of Thomas Lord Burgh, one of whofe anceitors was originally Riled De Burgh : And alfo to order that this his Majefty's conceflion and declaration be regillered Jn his College of Arms. BANKRUPTS. John Cummings, of St. ^Paul's church-yard, indie city of London, china-man j to furrender Dec. �8, and Jan. 4, at vriFeb. 1, at five, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. tfaddock> Carey-ftreet, Chancery-lane. Samuel Kempfon, of Fleet-ftreet, in the parifh of St. %ride� London> Bne">drap�r; to furrender Dee. �8, Jan. 3, ftt ptn, aad Feb. 1, at five, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Rail con, NewBiidge-ftreet, Backfriars. Dividends to be made. Robert Stone,  of Newman - ftreet- pafiage,   Middlefex, Cdach-mafter j Jan. 18, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Daniel Trottman, iare of Coventry-ftreet, Middlefex, linen-draper, Jan. 18, at ten, at Guildhall, London. " Thomas Eaftitaft', of Weft Belfound, otherwife Belfont, in' the parift of Stanweli,  Middiefes,  dealer and chapman ; JSn. 31, at ten, at Guildhall, London. T nomas Needham Rees, of Watlington," Oxfbrdihire; fur^e311 and apothecary ; Jan. 25, at five, at Guildhall, Lon- jof.'ph Ck-gg, late of Liverpool, Lancafhire, merchant; Ja i. 11, at ten, at the f�Lng's-arms, Water-ftreet, Liver-pojl. Joieph Wakefield, Edward Wakefield, Thomas Pratt, and oh 1 f.i,eis, l�tc of Lad-lane,  London, "merchants; wire-ou.'eruen, und co-partners; Jan. ac, at ten, at Guildhall, Lo -i-m. Robert Browne, late of Duke-ftreet, Weftminfter, Mid-d.i'ex, merchant j Jan. a6, at five, at Guildhall, London. Thorn is Hadley, late of Birjning'mm, Warwickihire, inn-maker; Jan. i*> at three, at the Hen and Chickens Inn, Kigh-ftreet, Birmingham. Nicholas Ridgeway, of Njwington, Middlefex, ftock-fcroker ; Jan. 13, at ten, at Guildhall, London. George Auguftus C^ai.dl-r, of Chatham, Kent, shopkeeper; Jan. 25, at five, at Guildhall, London,   Final dividend. Dividends adjourned. ''.K-hard Robfon, late of Wapping, Middlefex, but now of ta.tonftone, Lfiex, merchant} Feb. 2, at ten, �t Guildhall, Lo ion.   final dividend. j_d nund Ciodfeli, of Lower Thames-ftreet, cooper; Dec. 27, It ten, atGni.tih-.il> London. Certificate: to be granted. �Thomas Burgis, late of the parj/h of Barking Eflex, but h*w of the parith of St. Pancras, Middlefex ; on Or before Jan. 11� Jofeph Ari8 (p urtner with Thomas Hands), of the pariih of St. George the Martyr, in the Borough of SoutWark, Surrey, Cheefenionger   on or be/ore Jan. 11. Stephen Reeves, of Ringwood, Hampflure, corn-dealer ; CS> or before Jan. ii. Samuel Giles, late of Shad^ell High-rtreet, in the paikh �f St. Paul, Shadvv^ll, Middlefex, linen-draper } on or before Jan. 11. James Cuthbert, late of Fleet-ftreet, in the panto of St. Bride, upholder j on or before Jan. u� Bankruptcies enlarged. Grorge Welch, late of the par'ih of St, Giles in the Fields, Widdielei, wine-merchant; to furreVider Ja.u 15, at ten, at Ciuildh.jl, London. John Dudgeon, of Drury-lane, Middlefex, baker; to fur-wpder Jan. 1 5, at ten, at Guildhall, LondoR. John Cole, of Watford, Hertford/hire, taylor and fatef-�.tn j to fdrrender Jan. 8, at ten, at Guildhall, London. John Cock, otherwife Cocki, of New Bortd-ftreet, in the pirift of St. George, Hanover-fquare, Middlefex, confectioner ; t> furrender Jan. 4, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Edward Snelfon, of Oxford-ftreet,   Middlefex,  haber-iatter; to furrender Jan. 1?, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Waldron, of Cathcrine-ftreet, Middlefex, uphol-ftererj to furrender Jan. 4, atttn, at Guildhall, London. Henry Roberts, ef Blackfriars-road, Surrey, �urferyman ; fo furrender Jan. ttj-, at ten, at Guildhall, Loidon. William Mere^fh", fbrnverly of High-itrect, Shadwell, in Ae parift of St. Paul,. .Shadwe 11, MiddlclQX, hatter, late of tiie Weft Indies, but now of Shaiwelt, Middlefex^ mer-feantj to furrender Jan. ax, at eleven, at Guildhall, Lon* 4on. Henry Wheatley, ef North-row, in the parlfli of St. fteorge, Hanover-fquare, Middlefex, liable-keeper j to furrender Jan. 18, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Tefierday arrived the Mails from France, Holland, a�d Flanders. Madrid, Nov. 30. His Royal Highnefs the Infant Don Antonio was feized with a violent oolic on {he 23d, which was followed by ib fe-vere a fever that it was thought neceJTary to give kira the extreme unflion on the 27th, fince which aVis illnefs has taken a more favoarable turn, and there are hopes of his recovery. cr The ihocks of earthquakes, which have continued at Oran iill the 16th of this month, have to entirely deiiroyed the caiiles (which flood the flrft ftiocks) that the inhabitaQU have entirely TUESDAY, Dec. 21,  to THURSDAY,  Dec. Srufeii, Dti. 15. On Sunday Iaft Marfhal Bender went to the Church of St. Gudule, accompanied by feveral Generals and Officers of. the Garrifon, to return thank* to the Almighty for the happy entry of the Imperial troops into the Netherlands, without any effufion of blood ; and 1 after high Mafs had been celebrated by the Car^l dinal Archbifhop of Malines, a folejoft^/ Deiih was fuAg. V His,. Excellency Comte Mercy expected here foon. 23,   1790. :e�v SHIP-NEWS. J>eal% Dec. 20. Arrived, and failed for the Ri*et> the Thomas and Sally, Bridger, from Liibon ; anvl Mary Ann, Pinn, from St. John's. Came down his Majefty's Aip Boyne ; Mary Ann, Loten, for Madeira; Hope, Dawe*, fbr_ Teneriff; Mary, Traeey, for Ancona ^ Lindon, Johrr-fon, and Bowley, Johnfon, for Portfmouth; and failed with the Outward-bound .as before, except the Friends, Deak?, for Gibraltar, whicli remains with the 'Withywood, Even, fcT Jamaica, and a Dutch Eaft-Indiaman.   Wind N. N. W. Gravcfend, Dec. 20. Paffed by the Mary Ann, Pauerfon, from Qiiebec ; Sandwich, Gage, from the South Sea ; Jamei, Murray, from Charlea-Town ; Rafljleigh, Wyat, from Halifax ; Neptune, Scott, from Bofton J James, Berber, from Calais; Rofeway, Woodhajn, from Jamaica ; King George, O'Brian, from Dominica; and Sincerity, Gibbs, from Bilboa. increafes the price of Sugar at home, as much as it decreafei abroad, and renders Bririfh Sugars Stafer at Hamburgh than they are in London. Mr. Ogilvic dilined the conteft for Oxford on Monday evening, at which time the numbers were, for Mr. Annfflflr, J64 k Mr. Oj^rte^       -   64 On Friday Kft at SerjeanU'Jn*, the Chief ^.*^r �u_ c-v------i_j----- -  L   O  N DON. On Monday night died, after a fevere illnefs, at his Grace's houfe in Great Argyle-�r�et, the Moft Noble Elizabeth Dnchefs of Argyle. Her Grace was fecond daughter to jokn Gunning, Efq. by Bridget, daughter to Lord Vifcoant Mayo, in the kingdom of Ireland ; married firft, Feb. 14, 1752, to James, fijeth Duke of Hamilton ; by whom, who died in 1758, roe had iiTue James George, the late DuJce of. Hamilton ; Douglas, the prefent Duke; and Elizabeth, the prefent Countefs of Derby. Her Grace married fecondly, March 3, 17C9, lohn Campbell, Marquis of Lorn, now Duke of Argyle, by whom (he has left living iiTue two fons and two daughters : May 20th, 1776, her Grace was created fiaro-nefs Hamilton, of Hamilton tn Leiceflerfhire; which title defcends to her cldeft fon, the prefent Duke of Hamilton. Mr. Chifwell, one of the new created Baronets, was ftated in our paper of yefterday to be worth half a million.-A correspondent, who is connefited witli the family, and better informed on the fubjecT, affirms, that he is worth confider-ably more than a million. He received, at two different times, from the death of two uncles, of the name of Mailman, 8oo,oocl. His whole fortun-* wiH come to the children of Sir Francis Vincent, our Refident at Venice. The late fudden capture of JBrulTels is net to be confidered as a miraculous furprile, or as effeded by sway military ftratagem. It was concerted between General Bender and the magiftracy of . the City, who being more afraid of their own y rabble than cf the Imperial troops, concealed their knowledge of the General's approach, and intreated hiin. to advance as fpeedily as poflible. The National AfTembly of France have decreed, that all the foldiers of the heretofore Bel-gic army in the French territories ftwll b� enjoined, in, the fpace of 44 hours, to take their arms to the regiiler of the Municipalities of the place* inhere they mall be at the time of the publication of th� Decree \ that after the expiration of fuch delay every foldier of the quondam Belgic troops, who (hall be found with arms, (hall be pnnimed by a confiscation of his arms, and even by imprifonment; that if among thefe foldiers there be any French, there (hall be granted to them a fum fufficient to enable them to return to their refpecHve parifb.es; and laftly, with refpeft to the foldiers who are not natives of France, that they (hall be conduced under a fufficient guard beyond the Frontiers of the kingdom. A decree lately paffedin France for reftoring to French Refugees and their heirs all their property, upon condition of their returning and taking the civic oath, it is faid will entitle MelTrs. La Touche of Dublin, Dobree of Guernfey, and Le Mefurier of London, to (feme very largo inheritances. A letter was lately wrote by the French AiTemi bly to Cardinal Bernis, the French Ambailador at Rome, requeuing to know if he was difpofed to take the Civic oath, and fixing a term for his anfwer, with an alternative in cafe of his refufal or filence, that his Bifhopric, and its appendages, would be fequeftrated.-His Eminence, in thptrue clerical and ariftocratic fpirit, returned an anfwer, in which he mentioned, that having taken an oath to God and the King, he did not think himfelf bound to take any other, and that as to threats, having but a' ihort time to live, he was content to die a poor Cardinal and Bifhop, and faithful to Gpd, the Holy See, and the King. The independent State of Vermont, in America, have repeatedly offered to become a province of Great-Britain, and it is thought their offer will foon be accepted-Colonel Skeen, whofe chara&er is fo highly refpe&ed in that part of America, is the medium of their offers. The Sugar Refiners are very felicitous to obtain an increafe of the bounty upon the exportation of it when refined.   Yet the ill elfeas of the prefent bounty to all but the Sugar Refiners are fuch, that the exportation forcibly produced by it authenticity_____._______ the Victualling-Board, as regulated by the balance bill; but the commiffion of 6i. per quarter on the grain furniihed from his own ftores is dif-allowed, it is to be enquired into by the mafter. The Grand Jury at Dover have thrown out the bill of indictment preferred againft Mr. An-derfon forth*murder of Mr Stephens in a duel at Margate. William Whaley, Efq. who killed Dennis Kelly, Efq. in a duel fome time ago, was indidted for the murder laft week in Dublin, and acquitted for want ef profecution. On Wcdncfday a hovel belonging to Mr. Grant, of Towceder, was blown down by the violence of the wind, by which accident four cows which were under it at the time were killed j a barn at Blifworth was likewife blown down the fame day ; feveral tree* were alfo torn up by the roots, the thatch dripped off cottages, and many chimneys blown down, in different parts of the country, by the violence of the ftorm. About two o'clock on Wednefday afternoon a dreadful fire broke out at a carpenter's in St. Cuth-bert's lane, Bedford, occafioned by a chimney taking fire, and communicating to the thatch, which, aided by the violence of the wind, f&on fpread to other buildings, and caufed the greateft alarm for the fafety of all that part of the town, which coniifts principally of thatched houfes. It was, however, fortunately got under, after con-fuming 15 dwelling-houfes, and damaging two others. By this calamity about 35 poor families are reduced to great diftrefs. Yeilerday morning, about four o'clock, a fire broke out in the King's Arms public-houfe, Gravel-lane, Southwark, which deilroyed the fame, with moft of the furniture. Monday an over-driven bullock did confiderable mifchief in the upper parts of Weftminfter. In Vine*ftreet, in particular, he toffed a boy to a great height, who, on his coming down again, caught hold of a lamp-iron, by which he hung tilt, the enraged animal was properly fecured. The lad was very much bruifed. On Sunday morning the body of a failor, with that of his landlady, were found murdered in their refpe&ive beds, at a lodging-houfe, in New Gravel-lane, Ratcliff-highway. The marder is fugpofed to have been perpetrated by a Portuguef� fvlor who lodged in the fame houfe, and has fince abfeonded. The Coroner's Inqueft fat on the bodies yefterday, and brought in their verdift " Wilful Murder, againft per/on or perfons unknown." Mr. Berrington, Chaplain to Lord Petre, is appointed titular Bifhop of London, according to the cuflomary forms of the Romifh Church. The Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's have lately promoted the Rev Welden Champnefs and the Rev. William Clarke, joint Refidentiary Cardinals of that Cathedral; and have alio collated th# Rev. Mr. Fly to the valuable living of Fil-lingham, in- EfleK, void by the death of the late Rev. Mr. Hayes. Mr. Brincldey, A. B. of Cambridge, is caofen, by the Provoft and Senior Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin, ProfeiTor of Ailronomy in that Univerfity* �n the room of the late Rev. Henry U(her deceafed. MARRIED.] Capt. Richard Parks, of the r^on. Baft-India Company's fervice, to Mil's Mary Eleanora Conftantin.-On Tuefday the 14th inft. \a Dublin, Sir Edward William Crofbie, Bargito.Mrs. Dodd, daughter of the Right Hon. Lady Heniar Wefknra. PIED.]-- On Thurfday, at Taunton, in So-merfetfture, Amhrofe Reddal, Efq. Captain in the Royal Navy.-Lall week, at Macclesfield, in Cheihire, Mr. Robert Weaver, eldeft fon of Mr. Alderman Weaver, of Glouceftcr-On Sa- ' turday, at hi* houfe near Stoke Newington, Mr. John Watfon, aged 71. Mr. Watfon isfuppofed to be one of the latelt furvivors of the crew of the Centurion, who accompanied Lord Anfon in his voyage round the world ; and as a proof of his attachment to that fervice, be has bequeathed his houfe and garden to a perfon ivho failed with him, for his ufe during life. At the dece&Te of this perfon, it is willed to any other (if fuch there may dc) who can prove thar he went the fame voyage as a common feaman. It it afterwards to go to the relatives of the original proprietor. OFFICE for S.CK and HURT SEAMEN, 21ft Dec. 1790. ifT^HE Commifliooers for taking care of Sick Jl and Hurt Seamen hereby giye Notice, that they will be ready or� Friday the 31ft LiAant," at one o'Clock, at their OfficeiSomerfet J�)ace, to receive fealcd Tenders, and fell to the hfgheft Bidder, between three and four Ton of FAT and a q^wrtttty of BONES, produced from tbe making of PortaWewJwft which may be viewed any Day till the Time ftfSale, Vy applying to Mrs. Woodhaufr, at his Majifty's Soup-Houl'e, ^adciiff-Grofs. . Fisrtluf P����ls*>Jw^wo **     0�ce.   T3I PARISIAN INTELLIGENCE* NATIONAL ASSEMBLE. Die. 14. ADecree was palled on the rfport of M. Defim** Hiertt which declares that the edtctof 1774,r** lative to marriages entered into betwixt Catholics and Proteftants in Alface, (hall only extend to the cafes of children born from the date of fuch edict* to the 27th of Aoguft lad ; and that with regard {ojnfancs bo+h fitrce the iaft period* and to ba born in future', their education (hall be regulated according to the plan prefcribed by the decree 0/ the 37th ^)f Augnft. Some complaints having been made by aMeni* ber, of the flow progrefs of the Committee of Liquidation, the Abb* Gouttss rofe and obferve4 that their labours bad been immeufc. That a variety of accompts remained to. be examined \ and that if'the AiTembly had a defire.that theif work mould be finiihed during the prefent feflion it would be necefiary to augment the number of examiners. The order of the day brought on the further difcuffion of the report 011 the fuppreflion of mini, ftorial officers. The minrfterial officers here meant are the Pi-ocureurt before the Courts of Law.-* They compofe fo numerous1 a corps, (above j 00.000) that it will be extremely difficult, if not impollible, for the nation, in its prefent disjoint�4 ftate, to find cam to fatisfy them for the lofs of their places. It is not improbable, therefore^ that they will be allowed to hold them for their lives, folely on this account. Several member*! delivered their fentiments, fr� and cm, bttt-no-thing final was determined upon. An addrefs was read  from a fbciefcy of -the- * Friends of the Confutation at Autun, complain* ing of the feditious conduct of the Canons of th* cathedral of Autun, who had dared \o proteiV againft the decree of die 27th of laft month, relative to the ecclefi3ltical oath. Several other addreffes of a fimilar nature, pre** fented to the Affcmbly, evidently fhew that the fpirit of liberty is become predominant among th* people, and that clerical protefts. and anatbzmar> are now difregarded and defpifed. In the evening a queftion was agitated, whether or not a Director General mould be placed at the head of the board for filperintendiug bridges an . highways i1 In the courfe of the converfaribn which took phce, an obfervatlon was thrown out by a member, that it would not be proper tc�"determine that point, till the functions of the feveral officers of the board ihoald be ascertained, on which the queftion was adjourned. % M. L? Brun then propofed two articles a decree for defining the functions of feveral officers of the Board, which paflcd after a ihort debate. The Preildent informed the Affcmbly that advices had been received the preceding day from Perpignari, by a courier extraordinary, that an unfortunate hftair had happened in that city, is* which feveral excellent citizens had lo"ft thei* lives. He deferred going into particulars, but hinted that the calamities had been occafioned by an Jrifiocratic pkt. * .' ',v ,1   j,1". ,   , i1 n'ifgar BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. T TIS Majefty having been pleafed to crea� th* XjL R'ght Hon. William Wyndham Grenville a Peer vt thisRealrn, by the Title of Baron Grenville, of WottOO* vjnder-Bernewood, in the County of Buckingham; whereby his Seat as one of the Reprefentttive* of the fame County ia Parliament is become vacant j and I, haring received tht> King's Writ for the Election of a KLnight ot this Shire, 1� bis Lord/Hip's Sccad, do, in obedience thereto, and th* Statute in fach CafeJ lately made and provided,  hereby proclaim and notify, thit a   Special County Court wit be held for this County, in the Shire-Hulij at th� Towa of Aylclbury, on Monday the 27 th Day of Decembar inftanc, at the Hour of Eleven, in the Forenoon, for th* Purpofe of fuch Election only j  and that I fhall then ant t-'iere pioceed in th� due Execution of the   cook place this Day at'Union-Hail, Southwark. The Mijaricy jgnnil: me w.is nnly five (notwithftanding the ExtenfiveneiJ of theJComniiffion) which induces m
                            

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