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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - May 1, 1790, London, Middlesex :r-�^| Glouajjiet-Htm/e, April y^^jS^^ki.%*^v' B-ttviczky, Envoy Ext f?35^S&iS^V^ oKimanr and Mini MO N O A Y, May 3. From the LONDON GAZETTE. WhitJhAlL) Apfeir. 30. jt^S^^^^O\ HB K�nghasbeen,pieafe& '"'M^^^i^^ ^ appoint Mr. Alexaa-Vt( T ) i^gg der Bell 'to be FrofefTor r;W�vr*�-�/\ of Oriental Languag-es flg&liH Aberdeen. Glouc^et-Haufe, April2 8. nt de ..-��� - - - - v - . xtra-.VLar ordinary and Miniiler Plenipotentiary from his Royal and Apoftolick Mujefty the King of Hungary and Bohemia, And the Count de Wedel JarHberg, Envoy Extraordinaryvfrbm the ^ King of Denmark, had private audiences of his Royal Highnefs the Duke of Gloucefter : To which they were introduced by Sir Clement Cottrell Dormer, Knt. .Matter of the Ceremonies. * Dublin-Cajlle, March 17. His Excellency the "Lord Lieutenant has been pleafed to appoint the Right Honourable John James Earl of Abcrcorn to be."Governor of the counties of Donegal and Tyrone Dublin-Cajlle, April 16. Letters Patent have been palled under the Great Seal of this kingdom, granting the Deanry of his Majeity's Cathedral \ Church of St. Patrick, in the Diocefe of Ardagh, to the Reverend Charles Morgan, A. M. . Munich, April 22. The Supreme Council of Vicariat was opened on Monday laft with great folemnity. The proceflion was led by the Advocates, Regifters and Secretaries, who were followed by the AfTeiTors, Baron Hovel, Count Thurheim, Baron Braun, Meflis. von Wallaw, Von Grimeifen,  von Lamezan, von Smiz, von Stingel, von Trottch, all in feparate coaches, 'and in Spanim drefles; after thern went the President Count Linangi, alfo in a Spanifh drefs, in a gala coach belonging to the Court, drawn by fix fiorfes, and attended by the Elector's livery fer-Wnts. In this manner they firlt went to the principal church of the town, and thence to the Cburt-houfe ; where the Prefidcut opened their firir. fittings with a fpeech fuited to the occafion. He then aclminiftered the ufual oaths to the AflefTors, Smd proceeded immediately to bufinefs. There ire leveral caufes&ifrady upon the regifter. . His Electoral Highnefs has named his principal M'inifter, the Baron d'Oberndorf, to be Firit Am-paflador at the enfuing election at Frankfort, and Moafeur de Herding of Matih^eira to be the bthen tPar-Ojjite> May 1, X790. ilth Regimenient of Light Dragoons, John Everitt Meftaer, Gent. is appointed to be Cornet, by PurcWe, vice Alexander Mackenzie, promoted. ^crh Regiment of Foot, Captain Robert Wijfrnn, from the 6nh Regiment, to be Captain uf a Company, vice Ronald Hamilton, who exchanges. j^th itfglrneat of Foot, Lieutenant John O'Connor, from "" ehr ttisf-^iaj vf~ the late 87th Regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice Frantis Markett, who^exchanges. ^th-Regiment of Foot, Captain Lieutenant Archibald Bal-neavis to be Captain of* a Company, without Purchate, vice Roaert Lutnfdane, who goes do the Half-pay 0/ the 45th Regiment, vice jarnei Robertfon. titto, Lieaitenarir Henry Hawley to be Captain-Lieutenant, vice Archibald Bafteavis. ; foitto, Enfifcn Chriftcpher Mbe to be Lieutenant, vice Henry Hawley. t)itfOj George Briftow} Gent, to be Enfigny vite Chriftopher Moe. $id Regiment of Foot, Fufigti Charles Wright, from the 74'h Regimtnt, to be Lieutenant, vice Gsorge Sturt, de'-cejfed. Ditto, Er.figri William L. Gardnerj from the 74th Regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice Hob* Geo'ge Tumour, removed to the 7}d Kegiment. 6jt\\ Regiment "of Foot} Capiiift Ronald Hamilton, from the 30th Segi.nerit> to be Captain of a Company, vice Robert Wilfonri, who exchanges. 73* (Highland) Regiment of Foorj Lieutenant Hon. George ' Tumour, from the 5�d Regiment] to be Lieuunant, rice Edmund Perks, deteafedi lieutenant William FLitt, from the Half-pay of the lafe Queen's Rangers', to be Lieutenant in Major Douglas's Independent Company) vite Martrfciv Halcott, deceafed Wur-Qjfiei, May 1, 1790 His Majefry has been pleafed to appoint Colonels George Hotham, David Dundas, Ada?a Williamfon, Robert Aber-tjomby, GeraW Lake, Thomas Mufgraiw, Jofeph C&reham, CSo1v�vj*^�jMiekenJi John Manfell, George Morgan, Ahx-Qjjei Stew*rtr James Coarteij Ralph Duntfjs, KichaVd "Whyte, Alured Clarke, and James Hugonin, to be Major Gcpereisi for� Exchange, Londtn. .lETUR^Sflf CORN and GRAIN- Frerm April 19 to Apri'a�t� Price ters. I rnce* J per Quarter. BeaM Malt - ?Wi - Pwfc - *je' -' ^Seesl Wfeat - 10219 2211 4360 57� \'\ 1. 1. d- 13250 to % 2674 to id 79*7 10 4 35+5 *3 o 77i 4 3 6 15 o 1. i i 1 o 1 1 i. 5 4 16 16 7 7 d. ib z 4 10 o o 17606 1 1 I * is difpatcheS'bfbnght by the .above}^couriers,, but we, have fome reafon to beHejW: thai a ikimlth has taken placei-hetweeiii the Ruffians and Ojtir troqpd: upon the frontiers^ Prince Jofeph Poniatovvlky 1fc fe\ DUt With�.the. gfeateft expedition -to the. Vroops under bis oommahd'j whiph are pofted at Tokzyn. Yiicnnd, April 12. This day a ftring divifton. 0f the W'urmfer huizars arrived here to march towards LuxembUr'gh. General Zchenter Jias received orderi to reihforce that Fdrtfefs in the Netheriands' with four Hungarian ' reo^nients,^ and we are .further affured tthat we have 24,000^ troops in oar pay belonging to different Princes of the Empire, which wity be fent to reinforce our army in the Low Gonntrics. Berlin, April If a judgement rrjay be formed from the prefent afped\ of affairs, war is inevitable. Military orders are daily iffuing. The negotiations for pe?.ce are at a ftand. His Majefty's two nephews, the Prince6 Henry and Lewis, fons to Prince Ferdinand of Pruflla, have been lately promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonels; and if a war fhould take place, the Prince Royal of Pruffia, and Prince Lewis, his Majefty's two fons, will the army; the latter in the capacity of Aid de Camp to the reigning Duke of Brunfwick, who wiH command one of the two grand armies. We can form no conjedlures who will cormnand the other. Prince Henry, uncle to the King", would in every view be moft eligible ; fcut the ftate of that brave veteran's health is foch s precludes all hopes of his ability to take that great charge^ and it is faid, that he will pafs the furruner in Switzerland, on purpofe to eltabliih it. COUNTRY - N E W S. Oxford, May I. About three o'clock laft Wed-nefday morning, divers of the inhabitants of'iflip, Oddington, and the.neighbouring villages, were alarmed by the flight mock of an earthquake. Its effijfts are alfo faid to have been felt, about the fame time, at or very near this city* S H I P-N EW S. Deal, April Jo. Wind W. ^Arrived,, and failed for die River, the Navigation, Windover, from Jamaica j Ardeer, Wiifba, from St. Kiu'*; Recovery, Cooch, from Waterford ; and Jupitsr, Brown, from Newry. Remain in -the Downs the ftips as per laft. 1 " 1 . . i>eal, May. 1. Wind S. E. Came down the Hibernia, Thomas, for Waterford, and failed with tfrtf outward-bound as before, except the Wprcefter Eaft-Indian>anj which remains With his. Majefty's (hips .Royal George and Aftrea, Scout floop, Barracquta and CpG&trice cutters. Sine* cur :iaft arrived tir Math Jrom Holland and Flanders. Wjtrjiriv* April 10. On Monday two Couriers, fbUowing clbiV upon each other, arrived from ehe frontiers, which occaftonftd the Department of War to aflemble twfee and hbld long conferences.. 4o not know for certwh.riie contents of th^e L O N DO N- Yefterday morning thtfir MajeftieS and the Prin-ceffes attended -divine-fervic as ufual in the private Chapel at Windfor, where the fermon was preached by the Refidemiary Canon in turn. After fervice the Royal. Family walked over the apartments of the ?aftle, and returned from thence to the Queen's Lodge. On Friday Lord Rawdon gave a dinner at his houfe in St. James's Place,-The Prince of Wales, the Duke of York, the Duke of Clarence, the Earl of Harrington, Lord Malmfbury, the Right .Hon. C. J. Fox, General Vaughan, Col. St. Leger and Doyle, Meflrs. Wyndham, Rawdon, and feveral other nten of faftiion, were of the party. We have authority to aflure the public, that there is not /the fmalleft foundation for the report inferted in one of the Evening Papers of Saturday laft, of intelligence having arrived that the Prince de Reufs, Ambaflador from the King of Hungary to the Court of Pruflia, had left Berlin without taking leave. A correfpondent fays, the Spaniards havefeized three Britifti veflels, in the fur trade, at King George's or Nootka Sound, on the Weftern Coaft of North America, which afted under a fan&ion of a licence from the Eaft India and South Sea Companies, and their crews are fent to Mexico; in irons. ' A memorial of the t ran faction has been tranfmitted and prefented to Government by a Mr. Mears, who came home a paffenger for that purpofe, in the Middlefex Eaft-Indiaman. The damage is eftimated at 2oo,oool. Lieut. J arses C^olnett, \vho lately commanded the Prince of Wales floop, is one of the unfortunates. On Thurfday next will be iflued from: the Office of the Paymafter-General 183 days pay to the Guards and Garrifons in Great-Britain, from the 24th of. June to tht> 25th of December laft ; alfo the ufual allowance for fire and candle for the fame period. The Amelia, Burgefs, from Shields, is loft at the^lSfortlTend of Grenada. The Marietta, Sargent, from Charlefton, is arrived at Dover; and the Britifti Que nj - from ditto, is arrived at Greenock. Friday came on af Chrift's Hofpital^n eleflion /or the office of Steward to that place, when Mr. Hathaway was declared duly elected- In a village in the  environs> of this- metropolis; there is the following notice:-" Children taught and Ikuled hear on the ufual tirms Pkne work &c N B If the Parents shufe it they may have their boords." Satufjay- Mr/ Pigp|t ftiewed'"caof^ agteinit the-rule nijt Obtained by the Recorder; for a-criming ipformarloh agalnft a tradefrnan -for fending a lj-hellcias tetter to the Lord Mkyor of London. . Mr. i'ijfo'tt J&id, that the letter wa& written in,a moment of angeiri and the defendant had/ijm.-fied^his.wiHiflgnefs to make every eoncefiloh and1  �acfthovvied^rh�Bt in his fower, .,. . . .  Lord 4^yon( obferved, that ft.Was fix- 4p�y xS' the Court $r> graiitjthe information.' . If the de-fendaAt's corhpunftion,' was unfeigned-, il would' doabtlefs have its, due wetght.,wTth the Lord Mayojr, who would cja'iiducl hirnTetf:uponthiyoc^ tafion confidently with his. fcha^fter and exalted Ration. The rule Vvfseflhadeabfoliite. . s Saturday George Franklin, a Lieutenant ih ^be . Marines^ received the jodgrtient of the Courfcfof fending a challenge to his iuperior officer. -He was ftntented to a twel�:emonth's imprrfon* ment in the Sing's Bench prifon, and to find fureties for kl&phvg the peace for two years, hini-) felf in ieol, and.his two fecuriti^ hreol. each. Saturday alfo Mr. Ghambre moved the Court for a criminal information againft a Mr. Whitaker, for making an affaultupon, and fenditig a. challenge to, th$ Reverend Doctor Marfden, offering to �ght him with piftols. The Cofirt granted a rule to fhew caufe. On '� Saturday a- number of hand-bills were diftributedin the diftrift of Whitecbapel, &c- They intimated that, in confequence of an or3er from the Judges, no more warrants* hitherto one ftiilling each, would be granted under two fhil-"ings; and which accordingly commenced oh that day. MARRIED.] Yefterday, at" St. Stephen's, Walbrook, Mr. Richard Pritchard. of Shrewf-bury, hatter," to Mifs Ann Worthingtdn, of the fame place, milliner, - Thtirfday, at Ipfwich, Capt. Fortefcue, of the Scotch Greys� to'Mifs Moufifey, fifter to" the lady of Major Heron,, off the fame Regiment. DIED.j On WednefJay laft, at Hatfield, Herts, Mrs. Dunne, relict of Mr. John Dunne, late, of the fame place.-On Monday kit, at his hemfe at Wood-green, Tottenham, Mr. Daniel Maddbifj in his S4th year. � - BANKRUPTS. Richard Garreft, ntnv: or fate of" Fift-ftreet-hilj, London,-linen-dTaper; to Surrender May 5, 11, and jWHe I*, al ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Air- Hughes, Watling-ftreef, Xoodon. Jtfhn Darand arid Peter Alesander hi Normsind,4 "ofCran-boufn-ftreec, Leiccfter fields, Midiilefsx, habeidafliers, per-rumew, ^aiMLc.ffpartaets j to furrender May i, at five, i8,at te�,, and Jubcjs, at five, at Guildball, London. Attorney, tAr. Railton, New Kridge-ifrtct, Blaik-friars. DaVtnpi>rt Sedicy, late oF Cannon-ftreet, ia the city of London* hatter j to furrender May 7, 14, at fite, and June at GuUdhali, London. Attotnies, Meff. Veates, Ne�^art-#reet, Long-acre.. Sfcrrftiti Bafoett, of the Strand, Middlefex, chytnift and drtig^S; rxyfuPiender May 7,'i3t and June it, at five, at Quhdhall, London, Attornif's, Mcff. Clarkfon, �ffex-ftreeri "$traftd. ; Edward Fitc, ^pf Leadenhall-ltreet, Loodort, haberdaftdr ; tp fiirrmider May 7, at ten,' 8, and June (2, at five, at Cilfahall, London. Attorney, Mr. Wyiey, Bafijighall- Ifike Garnet, of Shoreditrh High-ftreetj Middlerex, 1�>., fier; to furreider May" 8, 15, and June 13, at fiv�, ,at Gui'dhalf, London. Attornics, Meff. Ferrer and Lacey, Br^ad-ftrett-htll.  f; St-.^njes, Q MiddlclfeXvXaWnet^^rj June 7> at ten," at" . jb&idori'*:* rjFinaj Di^dend*'  *' \ ,.v , . V. J^an. 1^'.well, ru>wr)fliteo(Port]Vn^&th-M(iOTO.n,;iHartft^ ' v^Su^letjaiid ialcim^jBf'Miy. 14, at three, attnt,Bugje Jon, ' 1n W^kUfrfriMnv - � '. '� ^ ' . � . : Jo!jii'Ra>�&wie^ ojf^TorthWaifliam, Ncrftjjk, iror50p4onger } . Mi.k 3^, at elewn, if the Blue beU, in the^parim of St. jjli'rtot TiK\berhill� itt MetwieU.: Final,Dividend.   j May 42, at four, at rr.Loi>gu>Suttor>l - : Sints, me^-h*nt; ^lay- ji, at~ tea, �.'. theC $wuk, i�trf ar X Iton, Hants. It   ' V Jp^R^w^'wlC'ernrnti 'court, .^Jilk-fti'eet^ the .cjtf of L^donr*'�'arerwli!ernan j May jS, ateltves, it Guiit- " . h�U,' London, .�r,--1v . v -Certl/ratei t� fc^riudij, 1 . Th�M*4iaJ>l�� tb* yonn|�r, rf Great CJogaelfcall, Eflei�" *' curri>f St. Geor|tthlt Martyr,.Surrey, grocer.; ot or before May at. �� .t-  ^".koinas1 Qorer, of Croydon, Surety, vi&uailer 5 on or befire May 41. , . , - - - .-:  J hn Cpares the El>r# of Vv^ftrfbTr^r^^parift of Ilk- > ley, ^Yorklhi-'e, c'e^lsr and t-liaproinj ojj"or,before May , Anthcmy Broo&tbyj �f Oakhitb, Rutlindlhire, mercer ana drajier-t on orifrire May sx. .-. '. ^ rhetal^anij roirer.j on or W-ic May^a*. ... ^ . Alexander Aubert and:; Charles Henr'y'Ri'gaMi ff M1^1? \ "Monrifield?^ ^.onddn, nirrcba it^.and Crujartnerijj (trading-urrij J der th^ rlrrh of Alexander ASibtrt' and Cel)'�n oir beftw, , .. .-. �.  -J"   i. ' . VViiliim. Prince,-of the pari/h,. of Llaadikj-yr-vans, Bre-�eon$ire,,dea)ejr and chapmaa;'" qr or oVfote M�y.?^..;. . C/eot?e^Aliils, , of WeH-oafcs1-'--^ht>^aywiaeff' feriv-er-t.--on or befort M'ay a*. u , . Bankruptcy epl-arg&T. .. ' , William .ef the pairMh~of Beimrnller} and Johi- Shrrtridge, p[ the tity of Br-rtli!, hoat-buildeis ; tfi rirrender May 18, if eleftrt,' it tUs TuU-mapni"in S\okei\Crot'^ i Briftoi. '" ' * \. --' "CiiftTJlJ^SH fitjktjeifeit.. Edrtiund daflnr. , Pyt'.s, or Leadcohall-iireet, . London, . >. T � ' - ' .  - . . baber* 7 . :; X ItoHsflataa^1^ . E A RLI A MEl^T AR YV R E F O RM'i Ciov.ri ind* Anchor Tavern in rhe Strand j Frii.i'y tlie ijd'ol" April*-1790$ Sixo^lc�te'tr|-,iMP'.E'veofriJiT"""""T* AT a denerlfli Meeting U tHV-'f risnds to $. � PARLIAMENTARY REFOKrvft ' -7,;  ; , JOHN INGR AJrf- L'OJlvH-^R'i:, in thebSaTr.' Refoivcd, 'lhat *1 .hough all Ttme^ atf pfper ts retiois , the Confttttttin In thai fundamental. Pojrii-tlie.St-'pfifttata-.tiao-Pf tb�People in Parfi��aeat,-in -whitrri\j�^ck!ioirtii^9r tp b: eflentially imparred� this iaipectrliarly'a proper Tims. . _ Refolveci,1 ThataUhcoigh Minifters and Parties haJrealv/a' Objecls Whick-in their View have been ni6�e imporcant, the People on have none greater, 01 of more pisfent ImpoVd r tance, than tnatot a Rer^itn in thefReprefentation in Parlia^>-rnent. : (l , Refjlved1; Tkat the tr�aiffi.rence or Pifirjclinatiorl-of IPari? , llament to this great Gbjeft ts no Ground of juft 8urpriie oil8 Difcouragffr.ent to the People, efpecially ii the Public hi^ not contiaUfd ka call the Attention or" Parliament to a Point on whfth it willnOf be fixed) except by a perfevering Calt, ' from the Community : fiuce po. fubfrahtial Reform can ' expecled to raqve from Parliament to, the People, but front . the PeDpie^'Pirliament. * Reloiveify Thar, wbetiever the Pej�pU ftaU renevr i tionl in t^8�r feveral Countiei, Cities^ and Towns!, aaefwatt I unite thetf Efforti^p6rr, , .Reis.vid, That .the Thanks of rhUi Meeting fee-|jiveji^ C?j(e] Lofft, Eiq, for the very aClive Part be hA%lkesT this Evening. , ' ' \ " ' " �' ^ / R Olvad, Jh-t the Thanks of Mi Meetiis^'be'^ven t� ti�e Ohalrtiun. ''"'" - t ''Refolved;; Tb^t tbede Refolutioas be printed5rfttAe PstUit P�ifcw�^^-^: -j0f|K JKORAM .LOC8MART,. ;