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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - July 20, 1790, London, Middlesex (L O N D 0 K. 1 Price Four Wvc:P;N E Sip AY, Jui>y Viv s '/raw XONTDON GAZETTE. rtJ^3;>r^Oj>�W.: to -gram � JoKn Cam? \ town&ip Off iEfkdaJefide, ^gff^lfe^'i in theNctftfc Ridinfof ;^gCJ^E SjD.Aff, July 26, ^^T^'-U^^jS't^^ir 22,1 Wers, Indiapdotsi'MiiSfiiiierTeW-picker;..! ANSWER Ok Wb'KIN0,6f the FRENCH, l^i^^SM*/ the coutrtyof Yorfev Gen ^SiS^!4 tfemanViiid^s'UIac, bis Roy31 Licence ajxd Au-&*&&Jrl&4 thority to aflbine>nd ufe, X*7 the furrjarne 6'f' Cbates, in addition to that of Can^ion, -andjalfo to heap the arms of. Coates,. �n:pAirfc^ee'^gj^lig lift-will cf his uncle William Coates, latef of Sleights *forefaid, Efq; fUch ahns being firft duly exem-' plified according to the laws of arms, and record-,-. b!jJ,. Fjjial tJiWentf.. , ' ' jchri Hannaford, heretofore of Lyrningtr.r,, Hants, butlafe oi ibe panfh of Relate, dealer and thapkian ; Aug. 9, at ten, at the Angel Inn, in Lymington. Final Dividend. John Crane, of W;iningtor>, Lancaftiire, botcher; Aug. 11, at ten, at the Red lion, in Colire. Final Dividend. John Robins, of the city of Ester* haberdafte'r of frnall waws j Aug. 11, at eleven, at the Oxford Inn, in the city W Exettr. Die AiJ 10. ' , Bankruptcies enlarged. John Long, ot Bafinghall ftreet, in the city of London, innholder; .  furtender July 1^, at Guildhall,. London. . Jofeph Ray, of Verity, Effix, wine and brandy-merchint; tn (urrfridrr A�e. 10, at ten, af G�ildhal!, London. tflfr.i � 1 f, 1, m! ,1 ' 1. 11 1 � ..'i .. I >.. in 1 �...... Tefterday arrived the Mails from Holland $nd Flanders. ' ' . " War/avj, Junezo. According to letters from ths frontiers, a body of Ruffian, troops, to the humber of 1-5,003 men, is affembled near Mo-hilow. , Strift fearch is making in Gallicia "to. difcover the incendiaries who have;deftroyed fo many towns in that province. Be/ides Jaroflow and Tawo-rouw, Pi'zemyfla, Gliniani, and Niemirow, have (hared the fame fate. . The famous >Maurojenir Hofpodar of Walla-khh, (dved himfelf, we learn, with 30 Bojare, in Vtddin, and afterwards withdrew to Prince Co-boirrg. at Buchareft; he is now at Hermanitadt. Vienna,, June 28., Preparations are making at Court for the departure of the King, Queenj and rfojneof the Archdukes for Oifen, and the.different, places where the Court are to Hop each-night on the journey are fixed upon. We have accounts that the fiege of Giurgewo is at a ftand, and that the Prince de Coboufg parpofes taking the firft opportunity to a'.tack the corps, of Turks on the other fide the Danube, which is daily augmenting.' Naples, June �2. Yefterday a Courier arrived here from Vienna/charged on the part of his( Hungarian- Majetty to/deliver to .pur Sovereign the portrait*-of the yonnger branches of ".the Au-flrian faip'Uy .-A marriage> will fooii take place betwixt the Arehdulies Fraftcis' and-Ferdinand, fons to his Apollolic Majefty, arid ^aria-Trtcrefa, and Maria-CHriiliana, the two � eideft'daughters 8f his NfcapoHtart Majeftyj and a third alliance ,9 laid to be on the carpet betwixt the Prmee Royal of Naples, and the. third; Archduchefs, aged only thirteen-Prince Rufpoti,. now at Vienna, will'foon"appear here in the-charr.rfter of Am.baftador to cur Courts fot the purpefe of demanding in form the. two Prince/fes above-mentioned.. . C O U. � T R Y.-N'� W S. * Plymouth, July 18. Yefterday attired the Nar-ciflas frigate from a cruize. She went alongside the Holkj was ftripped, and put out of'jc^m-rhiflion, in lefs than'four hours; and her'^ew turned over to the Royal George. ' , The. crew of one of the frigates being iO Be divided, and fent on board two line-of-bittlof Alder, men at Guildhall yefterday to form a Court till near two o'clock; and much of their time having been taken up in debate on the bufinefs they went through, they were not able to finilh for the vacation, but have appointed another Court for next Tuefvi�y, which will be the laft before jhe recefsi ' lv - The Duke of Beaufort, who has been fomo time appeinted Recorder of Sqarbbrough, was laft week fworn into that "office,, ia the room of the late Duke of Rutland. -t �' " ; Lord-. Uardwieke, on taking pofleffion of his title and efrates, quits his refidence at Hemel$, which is to be occupied by Mr. R. Smith, Mein,� ber for Nottingham.: He has a leafe for fout^ teen years. The Hardwicke fawiily manfjon at Wimple will Undergo great alterations. There is, anfthgft rhariy others,; this^ feritark--abje circumfbn^e In Lord Heathfield's life, that he mifed the firft regiment Qf .light dragoons jn the Britifltt fervlce, in the year 1750^ which he has had* the command of ever fince ; being the only regimerit In Britain which never changed Its Colonel. Pugiti/tk U ftdw reduced t6 & regular fpeclacle, where the performers have falaries, and all the1 rights of the Theatres. There is advertked for thssd^y^a Benefit Btxing Meitbi To the Federative Deputies qf the Eighty-three Departments of the National Guards, at the, ThuillerieS, on the i^th.inftant. " I receive With mufeh fenfibility the teftimo-I nies of love and attachment which you give me in the naote of the National Guards, united in all parts of prance. IrfAy-thefolemn "day, on which y.ou are to renew in common your .oath to the Nation,, pafs over withotit "differition, . and may it fetve to promote peace, and'eftabliOi .the., reign, of .the Laws and of Liberty throughout the realm 1 1 " Dfcfenders*of th�-publ�;- Peace, �f-the. Laws _ and of .Liberty I confider that ypur/firftdiity is the maintenance' of order, and obedience to the laws; that the benefits of. a free Constitution ought to be equal to all; that the more free we are, the more ferious become offences againft the liberty and property of others-the more criminal become afts of ^violence and outrage, when they are not cornmitted by; Cpmrfland. '* Report to your fellow-citizens, that I wiin I could (peak to thenvall as I {peak to you here.- Tell the?.i TttAT thju King is their Father, their Brother, thiuFrusbi that he cannot. bfi happt but in their -welt are ; great, but 1 n t h e, i r g lor y y powerful but in their hbertt; .rich but in their prosperity ;-^- and that he can only sufter in their afflictions, Above all,, make known the Jwords, or rather the fentiments- of my heart jin the humble cottages, and in the retreats of the. uiiforturtate. 'FeH thorn that though I cannot; go along .vi:h you into their Afylums, I Svifh to do fo ; arfd that both in my affection, and by th> laws Which are the protectors of the feeble, I wcill watch over them. Say, in fiife, tp the different provinces of my.kingdom, that the more that circurrlftances will-permit me to fulfil the wife I have formed of visiting them with my family, the happier it will make my heart. The inquiihive world has bad A real lofs in the. death of-Mr. Ledyard. This gentleman, who was a native of America, after many fruitlefs attempts to traveife the unknown regions of.that unexplored Continent; and even having travelled the wilds of Ruflia, for the purpofe of penetrating by way of Kamtfchatka, through the ,Ne\V World, was atlaft engaged by the AJ/bciatioH for difcovering the inland parts of Africa, topro-fecute their object. On this grand adventure Mr. Ledyard left London on the 30th of June, 1788, and reached Grand Cairo the ioth of Auguft; whence he tranfmitted fqch accounts to his employers as evinced his abilities for the undertak-. ing. He had promifed his next communication from Sennar, 600 miles fouth of Cairo, but death cut ihort his career, and the hopes of the intelligent world. The Commons of Dublin are determined to appeal to the Court of King's-Bench, and fo. through the Courts to the Houfe of Peers, againft . the decifion of the Privy-Council refpetting then" litigated nomination to the office of Chief Ma-giftrate tuythat city. A circumftance more curious than, any thkig. in the play prefented itfelf at the Haymarket Th^atra on- Friday, flight laih A ^genrf^^uii who had a hint that a Bailiff waB waiung for him' in the lobby, and who was fitting over the ftage at the time, ran along the front of the green boxes, pafied all the. pillars, jumped into the gallery, and made Vis efqape, A.few days ago a very melancholy accidejiit happened in-digging a well at "the building of the New gaol, JSxeter. After the ground had been funk to a depth of near ninety feet, the earth, Yuddenly fell in, and buried one of the workmen twenty-five feet under jt. Every attempt, was made to get him oftt, but to no effect, as it w,as found impoffibl? to" render him any affiilance. \ ' - -Mi^lday morning about ..eight o'clock, Evans "Sh'�ryA\d John' Caftle were executed, purfaant to their fentence, for murder, at Oxford. Shury perfided in his innocence to the lait, and Caflle declared the fame; but an Abingdon bargeman (of the name ot Boflbmj called out to Caftle at the place t>{ execution, that he might be afhamadto die with a lie in his mouth ; and told him he had often cOnfcffed to him his guilt in. the murder and robbery for whifh he had boen con-derhried r arid that he cOuld have hanged him long ago; after which. Caftle in a whifper, told the executioner he defervedly fuffered for the crime of which he had been convicted-Shury appeared very impatient On the fcaffbld for the hangman to do hk duty. After hanging the ufual Tiraej their bodies .were delivered to the furgeons for dhTecYton* The county gaol, now building at Clerksmvell, advances rapidly, though from the vail extent Of the plan, it will require a vefy eorifiderable tirjte to be completed/ When finiftied it will be one of the bed adapted to the purpofe in Europe. The plan is Chiefly take'n from the hints of our much^ lamented Howard. A poor woman was delivered in the, public ftreet, near Orange-court, on Thurfday evening laft, of twins, withoat affiilance. Th� children are ftill alive* It is related of Ah English fajlor, who was fta-tioned in the gun-powder room, vri�h a view to blow^bp th* {hip rather than ftrike to. the enemyi that he. cbmptained; bitterly on having th^eorder countermaflded. Thiifeems to be the difpoutiori of all the ifeamen at Torbay.who had r^her be blown into the air, than remain in their prefaaS) ftate of inactivity* - j h 'MARRIED.] Yefterday, at.St. Mfry's, IQirJgton, Mri Edward Burrows* Of the Upp^r-fVjeet, to Mils Chatell, of .th*-fain4 plaee.~T-Yefterday, John CrutchfieW, of Highgate, Efq. td'MIfs Marlhall, of New'Ofaond^ftreet, DIED'] On the 6th inft. at;Wli*ghorottgfc> aged 77> after1 a long and painful illnefe, Mrs; Scrivin) relict of the late; R8v� Mr-: Scrivenj, Rector of Twywell, Northamptdiiftiire.-ti-On 'Monday laft, Mrs. Keate, wife of the Rev. W. Keate, Rector of Laverton* in the county �f $0-merfet, and filler to the late .Baron Burland.- Monday, the Rev. Mr.' fflxeY^Carate and Lec-. turer of St. Margaret's*' Weftminfter.-On Sun-' day evening, $he Rev; Mti .Leutwcnlu'si Pallor of the^Swediih corrgregation^ ia. Loadon.-�Ou : the 4th iniHht, at'Falmouthvion^her feturn from Lifbon, Mifi Wyckham, eldeft daughter of Wm. HampKry-Wycknamj Efq; of Swalkiiffe, Oxfordshire'.Laft Saturday, at Walton, in Suffolk, Mr.' James Dallanger, late of Weft-Smithfield. Laft week, at H. Berens', Efq; at St. Mary Cr.iy,, in Kent, a labouring man, of the name of Ctois, aged io| years. When Qnilow, Efq; v. _ dt. 'i.t 1 r fold the eilate, h& delivered Ofd $ra&, with his jack afs, to draw wateri and.compelled the pur-, chafer to agree! to maintain hjrn for. life. X O R N W, A L L. Fine SILVERY-LEAD ORE. TO be SOLD, One Hundred Tons, in tug? Lots, of Fifty-each, rilfed in. Whtei-fool Miae. Tile Ore is very rich in Lead a ayl>ehad by applying to Mrr. Robinfrtfi, stNan-flfce,' near Helfton. .  [1B84. ' ,i '.....1.......mi....... 1 � � �' ti � . "A PRIVATE EDUCATION. ' THE Friends pf young Perfons defigneS Tot the U�iverfjty, the Profeffi ns, or the fit^erior Line? ot Bufinefs, informed, that a Clergyman, actuftoroed tw corliiucl the finishing Part of Etiucaliorii rtceires into Li,; Houfe, wel1 fituated near London,"� limited Kumber Ot' . Pupih. T hey vare treated libsri'ty j the Plan of* their In-ftruifrk'n is fuired to the Sitnati.m in Life for w iii:h �tKj are intended, and includes advantages not ufually found in larger ^Sexnin�i�s. Tne Terms fuit only Perfons of Condition. and'ReTpeflafcilityi Apply at Meflts Sikes, Soaith �Bd C%jBarkf.-.;> Wo. 5,., Manfion, Houfe-ftt�eti of at Mr. ElaiD/s, Ho. %it Strand. - [.'850 .?" DITCHLEY - HOUSE, � y V nr O be LETT^and entered upon immediately; . t. comp'ete y furDifliei, witi� the Garden*, Piealure-Giounds, Parlt, akd Farm, a'joining; confifling.of up� wards of 800 Aerefor* Paltore and,ArabW Lind. Ditchley Houfe is a fisble fpacioui Manfioo, perfeelly ermvenie t, delight/ulty fttBitftjiiri�hin five Mile* W WoodJ ftock, in. the Cou.ityqf Oxtorrf, ani furroundSd vri h � Range of beautiful W>ods,'Ridesj and Plantations, abounding with Gum.-; a Pack of Fox-Hounds, and feveral Pack! " of-Harrieis, areJcept in the Neighbourhood; Tht Place may be feeh by applying to. Mr; Burr, at Pftchley-H-iufej and further Particulits roay besnotin ftiitj tyu Lane, Goldfmiths H?ll, Loivlon. , HOUSE near the LAKES to be LETT, * And entered, upon at Michaelmas next. AModern - built _|iOLtSE, (fitu^ed aur.from Bridge-End, Maiket-Towos, rema'felbly w�ll ftrpplied. It is particoliirly well fhuiter] for Water-O^rriafe, herag only Three Wiles *nd i Half frora the Briitol Ohahael.' ' Landow is a Very defirable Situation lot 1 Gentleman wba wifhej to retir; or fo Mr. Robert Jenkins, ~K Btilge^nd, in ihc'Courty �>? Qhmitgin, vho wij ;