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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - April 24, 1790, London, Middlesex �Mi A*tux 24,to T U E S D A Y, Price Three-Pence Halfpenny o v t y. From SATURD At, April 27, 1796. 8821 T ) ordinary froi Flirwi # ~T �f Denmark, I^:rJWM^#-'Maj�ffty,- to MONDAY, April 26. frw� LONDON GAZETTE, or. James's, April 21. v ... .HIS day Count de Wedel -''-C^ti:*- ^�Ufaerg, Envoy Extra-1 �* *-vv � from the King had his firft private audience of his ~^T..^^^|^Majefty,- to deliver his 0^^7r^Wm credentials: v^^r^J^J^yA^ To which he was intro-{?^^^ointing Robert Barry, Maurice Cogger, William Preiton, Charles Ofborne, and ichard Moore, Efquires, Commiflioner* of Appeals. St. Peterjburgh, March 29. Her Imperial Majefiy has conferred on Field Marfhal Prince Potemkm the title of Hettman of the Coffacks, inhabiting the borders of the Black Sea, a dignity which has long been dormant, and now revived in tfc� p�rf�� ~*s this Gct�*al -. -,- ~"- Vienna, April 7. His riuJgaiian Majeity went in ftate yefterday, attended by the whole body of the Provincial Affembly. of Lower Auftria, to the cathedral church; and, at his return to the palace, he received, with great folemnity, the homage of the States and their Oath of Allegiance, which was pronounced alou i by. the whole Aflembly. His Majerty, in return, expreffed his firm refolution to unite in his future government the principles of impartial jullice with the fenti-ments of paternal afre&ion, and to_ maintain the States in the enjoyment of all their rights and privileges. jfis Hungarian Majefiy, after the ceremony, dined in public with his eldcft fon ; and all the Orders of**he Provincial Affembly, as well as feme few* foreigners, dined afterwards in the palace at feparate tables. , War-Offce, April 24, 1790. tft Regirrflnt of Life Guards, Captain George Warde, from the late fecond T/oop of Horfe Grenadier Guards, is appointed to be Captain, vice Edward Broadly Burrow, eceafed � . jbth lor the Prince of Wales's o'wn) Regiment of Light Dragoons, Captain Lieutenant Francis Gregory to be Captain cf a Troop, by Purchafej vice John K�ye, who retires. Ditto, Lieu>en�t Henry L. Templet to be Captam-Lieute- ftont, vice Francis Gregory. Ditto, Cornet Peter Sludwell to be Lieutenant, vice Henry Ditto, Hon. Atewndef Wentworth Macdonald to be Cornet, vire Peter Shalwell. jbth "Regiment of Foot, Captain David Howell, from the 36th Regiment, to be Captain of a Company, vice Jarnes Wytiefi, who exchanges. �ath Rfg'.T^rttof Fdtft, Lieutenant George Richard Marton, from 'the Half-pay of the 50th Regiment, to be Lieutenant, vlee Henry Steuart Barclay, who exchanges, jrtfl Regiment off Foot, Lieutenant Thomas H. Bulreel, from the Hal'-pay of the 15th Regiment of Foot, to be Lieutenant, ��ee lotd Ancrarr, wha exchanges. 36th Regimtnt of Foot, Capuin James Wynch, from the toth P.egiment of foot, to he Captain of a Company, vice DVsfcl Hovyett, *no exchanges. �;d RegjirrtnK of Foot, Lieutenant Jfaac Cary, from the Halr-pay^f the 60th Regiment, to be Lisuteniht, nice Thomas Sorter, who exchanges. �oth 'or the Royal American) Regiment of Foot, Clement Brings, Gent, w be Enfign, witr.out Porchafe, vice Ro-ict Tyler, who has declined. Corn Exchange, London. RBTUILNS of cOttN and GRAIN. From ApitJ I* to April i7> 179�' Average Price per garter. COUNTRY NEWS. I Oxford, April 24. On Tuefday laft the-Re�. Robert Morres, M. A. late Fellow of Bra4en On Saturday, at a General Gourt of the Corpo-fanon oC&t Trinity-Hoafe, the Right "Hon;" William P^tt.was unanimoufly defied an elder Kooert iviorres, m. a. late reuow or Brazen t uiiauimuim; a� Nofe College, was chofen Bampton Leftttrer foe ; b��>er of that anient L'ptporatioB. in the rtaom ^-----------. r Hf of the late Vice Admiral Darby., j. ^ Their Majefties vifited the Royal Acadenfty oft. Fxidajr laft. the year enfiiing. On Saturday laft the Rev.'Thomas Hell^ft, LL-B. was^ilituted, by the Bithop of t^sdio-cefe, to the living Of AdJerbury, in this county ; to which he had been previoufly prefentcd by the Warden and Fellows of New College. Wednefday laft Mr. William Rowland, A. B. and Scholar of Jefus College, was elecled Fellow of that Society. - On Wednelday Mr. Dix, iurgeon and apothecary, of Charlbury, in this county, was married to Mils Sarah Pepall, ofHoliwell', in this city. On Friday the 16th inftantdied, at Stantoh Harcourt, in this county, in the 6zd year of his age, the Rev. Thomas Barrett, Vicar of South-leigh and Stanton Harcourt. A few days ago died, the Rev. James Reading, A. M. formerly/of Univerfity College, Reftor of Redeham in Norfolk, and of Stonesfield, Oxon. S M I P - N E W S. Deal, April 24. Wind S. W. Arrived and failed for the River> the Rofe Eaft-Indiatnan, and Pilot ; Brothers, Smith, from Oporto; and Princefs Mary, Howard, from Dublin. Came down the Princefs Royal, Horncaftle, for India, and remains with the Queen, Carr, for Jamaica; Ann, Marfhall, and Apollo, Bennett, for Newfoundland ; Jane, Hales, for the South-Sea; and Summer, Weller, for Bilboa. Deal, April 24.. Wind S. W. Arrived, and failed for the River, the Mi�!dlefex and Ganges Ealt-Indiamen, from India; Wefton galley, Bur-cham, and Kirby-hall, Bell, from Oporto; and Harriot, Phelps, from Lifbon. Came down, and remain in the Downs with the (hips as per laft, the Warren Haftings and Worcefter Eaft-India-men, for India ; Six Brothers, Stewart, for Ali-; cant; Peggy, Carter, for Dublin ; and Hope/ Hilman, from Philadelphia, for orders. Grave/end, April 23. Palled by the Freedom, Reed ; Refolution, Yellowly ; and ' Seafloweri Prefton, from Memel. LONDON. Yefterday morning the Royal Family attended divine fervice, and heard a fermon in the Chapel at the Caftle, at Windfor. ... There are to be fix grand reviews in the courfe *be on Blackheath nexl wuek. 1 ' '-^W Yefterday morning, at three o'clock, his �.oyal Highnefs die Prince of Wales arrived at Carleton-houle from Newmarket. Yefterday the Duke of Bedford had a private audience of his Royal Highnefs the Prince of Wales, at Carleton-houfe. The Scatcs of Flanders have remonftrated with the Connrefs of BruflWs, on the detention of 'Tito late Mm Walfingham, a (hort Gme hffi* her death/ orde'red-ther p^ftwrt of her fon ri� late Mr. Boy it's d Mr. William .Morrisi fen. one of thcoldeft rhafters in the Royal navy* in the 78th year of his age.-On Friday laft, Nicholas Nixon, at his houfe in Mia-* cing-lane. BANKRUPTS. Abrahim Roberts^ U-e rf Terpoint, Cornwall", nierchsntv (late partner with bamuel G rem be, deceafrd, by the firm of Groube and Rober'S, of Plyrriouthi Devohfhite1, merciiari't;) to furrendrr May i, tt eleven, 8, at ten, and Jane 5, at eleven, atGuilihall, London. Attorney, Mr. Bolton, Elm-court, T at five, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Witliam GrcenMoll:rsod-ftreet Compter, Lon-c!an ; to furrer.der May 1, 8, and juhe'5, at tenj at Guild* hall, London. Attorney, Mr. Ucdds, No. 61, Great Gar* den ftreet, WhitechsptUroad., Wjiliam Hoijghion, late of tFe Intake, in the psri/K of IJiiddfrsfitld, Yoikfli'ne, clutii-ureiier; to funen^.t May ao, 11, and June 5, ac ten, ac the CJueenVhead lun, id H'jdder.field. Attornies, Mr. He: ry Stables, cf HuJders-'*field, .or MerT. Allen, Furnival's.ijn. 1'homus Powell, of the city tf Brilol, brlghrfmith ; to furrender May 14, (5, and June c, at eleven, at thfc BuQi Tavern, in C by the to ilirm his favour, it is thought that they will ' --- , -l-m,,c ^jpfted bv the Barley - Scans Male �* ?�u --reaie - *je - RapeSwd "Wheal - ten. 2976 H44 }ii 5 41*4 588 7J I 4*�7 Pri�e. 1. s. 19*3 >3 59^0 8 3161 o 775 -I 104 l6 i. 9 9 11: o % % 1i�39 �3 6 I. 1 1 1 o 1 1 1. 6 �'5 1* 6 8 13 d. 1 10 ] I 9 4 it judge it prudent to comply at laft Advice was received at the India Houfe on Saturday afternoon of the fafe arrival of the Company's fhip Valentine. And yefterday intelligence came of the arrival of the Ganges and Lafcelles. The Valentine and Ganges failed from Canton the 15th of December, and arrived at St. Helena the 17th of February. The Lafcelles left Canton in company with the King George (left at St. Helena) the 17th of Pecemher, and arrived at St. Helena the 24th of February, from whence fhe failecHhe a�th. Captain Wilfon, late commander of t^he Van-fittart, Mr. Peach, and Mr. Parry, two of the-fupercargoes, are come paffengers in the Lafcelles. Yefterday evening about nine o'clock arrived at the India-houfe, one of the officers of the Bnfbridge, Cape. Robertfon, from Be'ngal and Madras, with the account of that fhip being fafe arrived off Portland. Paffengers in the Bulbridge-John Shore, Efq; and Mrs. Plowden and family, Dr. E lis d on his pafTage, Mr. Macleod, Lieut. Rhine", Farquharfon from the Guardian, and Mr. Fairlie. Saturday laft the purfer of the Princefs Royal attended at the Eall-India-houfe, and received the Company's difpatchtft and private letters for Bombay by that fhip. The Madras newfpapers mention a circmn-ftance refpefting an eminent profeffional gentle-, man, the particulars of which are of a defcrip-tion too mocking for us to promulge, and we hope, for the fake of" human .nature, they are without foundation. Extratt of a Letter from Port/mouth, April 23... " The Swedifh Commodore itill fefufes to deliver the men ; order's were received here this day from the Admiralty not toiuffer the fhip* to fajl unlefs the men are delivered. The Salifbury of 50 guns, Pegifus frigate, and Nautilus floop were to have gone out of harbour this afternoon, if the wind had permitted, to caforse^ if necef-f3ry, the abovs crrders/' Mi-, diec Mr. J- Aldermen, when the latter was rejected by the Commons. The greateft cordiality at prefent fubfifts between the inhabitants of Windfor and the 17th regiment; and the officers have mod liberallytn-tered into a fubferipcion to reimburse thofe who fuffered in the late riots. On Friday night, at nine o'clock, Mr. William jrieeting, of the Charter-Houfe, was furrounded by eight fellows oppofite the Duke of Northum* berland*s houfe^ at Charing-crofs. One of them immediately clofed with him, and made a Jnatch at his watch, which Mr. Keeting held fall in hw hand; they tfeen ielhtogether, and the villain, with the affifianee of his companions, robbed Mr. Keeting of his watch and money.-In the affray cfl.e .of the robbers buckles time off. t The fame evening a number of fellows fur-rounded a. gentleman at thertop of Brydges-fti-et, juft as-Drsry-lane houfe broke up, and in defiance of thj�^onftabIes and other perfons that were near, robbed i^im of all he had about him> The fame evening three footpads attacked a poor man at the back of Bolton houfe, about eighto'clock, and robbed him of what money he had aboj&hito. The :*me evening a. houfe in' Haft-ftreet, Bloomfbqry, was broke open, and robbed of a very congderable quantity:cf plate, &c. And the fame evening a houfe in Bermondfey was broken open, from whence feventy pounds in cafh,' and a quantity of wearing apparel, and plate to a confideratble amount, were itolcn. Saturday night, about eleven o'clock, a fire broke oat in Tafh-ftreet, TQttenham-court-road, which -confumed two houfes, with part of the furniture* and greatly damaged another houfe adjoining. MARRIED.]" On Wednefday, Mr. Thomas Lea, Law, of Henley .in Arden, to Mifs Welch, of Beaudefcrt, Warwickshire. -- At Robkdale, Capt. John Frafer, to Mifs E. Hamer, fecond daughter of the lat� James Ha-mer, of Hamer, Efq. DIED.] On Friday, a; her houfe in Edwatd-|v ftfeet,. Cavendiib - fquwre, Mrs. Sufannah Tri- Thomas Bjlman, IK-nry Bi-lman, and William Bulman, -e of ths panfli of Kendal, Werlmmland, drovers, butchers, and copartnejj y to furrender Maj 6, 7, and June e-at two, at the White-hart jan, in Ke-ndalf. Attorney Mr! J.'lin I'etry, of Kendal, Welfmoreland. vVWiam Waterhouft, of bl.iclcmoor-frreet, Dmrv-lanr MtJdle(ex, mufic feller i to furrender April zi, May t and' June 5, ar eleven, at GuU^a.'l, London. Attorney,' Mr. La�leis, Sont'arr.ijon-iiu.ldirgs. David de P.nna, of !lo�ndf'itch, Lor�dop, feather-man i Guildh-Jl, London. ATtornry, h\i. Montefwre, No.- i�4 Caftle-ailey, RoyaLExchjnge. * WillUm Thompfon, hte of Walthamabbey, Efli^, ftop- Guildhall, London. Attorniesi Miff. BrWs�xSn and Sav�ea Grocers-hall, Poultry. . s Williarn Monk, late of Broai.ftreet,. Bloomffiory, Mid-dlef�, victualler} to funender May ,, 8, and June c, at five, at Guildhall, Londw. Attorney,Mr. William Greer*, wollers. fi^j^raf�yli)-^|^'1*^^ ""-[-'j- "-r-l Ar.orn?y� Ah. Wiutli...^ ^li^i^^t^lALgvy>^ggyfr- CrTl'*abeth Gooivrtrt, Ute oTlrfte�L^J?[5'�, LoadZ*. of Wigrr.ore-ftreet, Csvesdifh-fquare, 5TW.' dalher �nd milliner }� to furrender May 1, S, eleven, at G�ldhall, London. Attorney,. FuruivaiVinn, Holbotn. Dividends mad*. John Wright, of Dudley, Worcefterffire, yice, rh Kerj May 6, at ten, at Lord DudleyVarm*, in Dudley. F.nal Marie Gibbard, of Rumford, Eflex, lhopkeepef j AWy a May 19, at eleven, at the George-Lin, in Bewdley. Thomas Terrlngton, of Kingfton upon Hull, linen-dra-pet; May 18-, ac three^ at the George Inn> in Kingltdn upoa JamesAlmanj of New-ffreet,~C of Q^ieen-Anne-ftreet Taftj In die parifil of St. Mary-le bene, Middlefex, painter; Juile j6, at five^ at Guildhall, London. Ifaac Naflb, of Coleman-ftreet-buildings, London, mer^ chant and infurer j June II, at ten, at Gaildhall. Final Dividend. . Certif cafes to he granted* John Martin, lite of Dunkirk, in French Flandersj but now df Holbornj Middlefex, n;erchant; on or before May 15. Somerville Madquecrij late of Fifii-ftreet hill, in the ciry of London, hardwareman \ on or before May 13. Thomas Clark, of frinct's-ftreet, Oxford-road, Cavea* difh-lquard, Middlefex* iron.-rtong�r; on or btfixc May r 5. Thomas Good3ir, late of Wakefield, York/hire, lines" draper 3 on or before May, 15* fame* Diaoo, of tfee city of Chefler,'fiiop keeper ; on ot before May 15. Comrttijiofi fuper/kdedi James Finch, of Breittwood, Eflex, maltfter arid corn* dealer. This Day ivas publijhtd, Pirke is. 6J. AN ANALYSIS of the GREEK METRES. For the USE of STUDENTS in the UNIVERSITIES. By JOHN S E A L E, M. A. FellavVof Chrift College, Cambridge. The SECOND EDITION. Sold by the Bo^kfell�rs in the Univsrfities ; Meff. Riv|ng� ton ani Cn. J^ Deightol), No. J74, Holboir j aadT. Cadrll, In the Strand* (j�4� ;