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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 19, 1790, London, Middlesex The General Evening Poft ( L O N DO N. ) Price Four Pence From TUESDAY, Oct. 19, to THURSDAY, Oct. ar, 1790. 8901 WEDNESDAY, Oct.^o. From the LONDON GAZETTE. Lord Chamberlain's Office, Oil. 19, 1790. &5k%^?'%- �. 1 .v- change of mourning on Sunday next, the 74th in 'tan t, for his late Rcyal Highnefs the Duke of Cumberland, his Ma-jefty's brother, viz. The Ladies to wear black filk, fringed or plain iirien, white gloves, necklaces1, "and ear-rings, ijj.ack or white (hoes, fans and tippets. Undrefs, white or grey luftrings, tabbies, or damafks. The Gentlemen to wear black full trimmed, fringed or plain linen, black fwcrds and buckles. Undrefs, grey frocks. The Court to change the mourning further oi> S'inday the 31ft of October in(hint, viz. Tne Ladies to wear black filk or velvet, coloured ribbe is, fans, and tippets, or plain white, or white and; goiJ, or white and filver Huffs, with j black ribbons. | The Gentlemen to wear black coatj, and black I Or plain white, or white and gold, or white and filver fluff watftcoats full trimmed, coloured l'm>xds and buckles. And on Sunday the 7th of November next the Court to go out of mourning. Vienna, Sept. 29. Field Marfhal Prince Nicholas Eftefhazy died here yefterday. Berlin, Oct. 9. A Courier is juft arrived from Count Lufi with the news of a convention of ar-miftice having been figned, on the 19th ultimo, by the Prince of Cobourg and the Grand Vizir, �under his mediation and guarantee, as Pru&an Plenipotentiary. Laft night died, after a lingering illnefs, his Highnefs Prince Henry, eldeif. fon of Prince Ferdinand of Pruffia. Frankfort, Oct. 10. His Apofiolic Majefty, who was elected King of the Romans on the 30^1 ultimo, made his public entry into this town on the 4th infant, and, having taken the oaths to obferve the capitulation, was crowned Emperor yefterday. Hague, Oct. 15. The marriage of the Princefs Frederique Louifs Guiilelmine d'Orange and the Hereditary Prir.ceof Branfwick, toolc place yef-ierday with much ceremony and magnificence. The Comte de Mercy Argenteau, his Apofto-Iic Majefty's Ambaffador at the Court of France, arrived here ye!lerday> for the purpoie of attending thv; Co-..giefs ttflembled at this place* on the fubject of the Auftrian Netherlands. BANKRUPTS. Mai'jn Bailey, lire 0; Wapplngj M'ddlefet,, Vo furrcnd,-r Oct. 27, aoi Nov. 4, ^o, at tev, at Gu:loh.'l), Londoni Attorney, Mr. Leflie, To�enhoufe-yarii. Daniel Gafch, new or late of" North Ni'nlry, Glouccftcr-Ihire, dialer ard chapman j to furrender Oft. ag, at five) 30, at ten, at the Okl Bell Inn, i:i Durfley, Gioucefterthin*, and Nov-. 3a, at four) at the Ram Inn, in the Southgate-ftrcet, in the c'ty of Gloucefter. Attorney, Mr. Conway Y.'hithorne, of Durfley, Glouceft-r, or Meff.'Hill and Meredith, No-. 15, Gray's-inn, Loadon. Di-~uid?.nds to he made. jim'es Lafieils and 'v'iUiim K'nton, of I�ittle Qnecn-ftrcet, in the parlfh of St. Giles, Mid llefe*, copartners and coach-makers ; Nov. i6> at ten, a: Guildhall, London. James Stanton, now or late of the city of Worcester, IrilTj linen mcrchmt; Nov. 15, at eleven, at the George Inn, in Bewd'ey, Worceftermire. Final Dividend. James Hea'ey and Andrew L'mdlcy, kte of Sheffield, Yorkfhire, refiners ard copartner ; Dee. 2, at ten, at the KingVheod, in Sheffield. Thomas Scott, of Moor-place, Moorfklds, Middlesex, merchant, -fl*d c-.fnrfner with Henry Fearfon, lute of Moor-place, merchant, under th': ftile a-:d firm of Peari'on and Co. Nov. 13, at ten, ?t Guildhall, London. Samuel John Smith, late of Ormikirk, Lircam're, check-tnanufafturer; Nov. 9, at four, at the White-hart Tavern, in Silwr-flrreet, in Kingftnn upon Hull. J.-vnes Evms, late of Cleobury Mortimer, Salop, huilder j Nov. 9, at tenj at the Eagle and Serpent, in Cleobury Mortimer. Firral Dividend. 'I homaj Favvcett, of Maiden-la?c, Covcnt-garden, Middlesex, taybr j Nov. 16, it ter> at Guildhall, London, Jrhn Armitage, late of Silver-ftreet, Golden-fqiiare, Mid* ii'c:'x, upholder; Nov. 16, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Thomas Nhon, of LambVconduk-ftreet, taiddlcfex, rrrrchant; Nov. 11, at eleven, at Guildhall, London. Final Dividend. Jofejjh Gattcy r.vil Wijiinm Waller, nf Wandftvorth> Surry, A Refolutib.i was come to by the Court, that they would ufc their utmoft endeavours to enforce a m 're numerous attendance of the Livery Companies of this City on the next Lord-Mayor's Day. The price of bread was ordered to be continued the fame as laft week, and the Coi'rt broke up about half pall three o'clock. Letters were fent. off yefterday fronj the Ordnance-office to the Governors of all the garriions Orders were alfo fent MONEY. WANTED from 3000!. to 7cool. upon Mortgage of Freehold and Copyhold- Eilates ii^.the' Counties of Efl'ex, Suffolk, and Cambridge. Particulars of the Eflat? rrpy K* known by 'fcf^lyintt t� MefT*. Bromley and B�  11, Attorni^s, GrayVHn, London J or MefT. Fiike and Hallv Attornies, S^lircu - Walden, E'ffcx. To the Nobility, Gentlemen, Sportfmen, and PubHc in general, OWNERS of HORSES. TURKISH LIQUID. AGentleman lately arrived from his Travels b�gs Leave to recommend to their Notice, a certain Cure ufed by the Turks for all HorfiS that may flip, fprain a Shoulder, or any otj." r Part cf that noble and ufeful Animal. It often effects a Cure with once rubbing, but in general on� Bottle is lurhcient if ever Co bad, and does not injure the Hjir. Sold, by Appointment, only by Go'.dingj Perfumer to hei1 M^jefty, lici. 42, Cornhill ; Humphreys, No. 118, Oxford* ftreec;- and Wiiliains, No. 41, Quirt Bottle, with Directions* Pall-mall: at ll the guards will not march on Monday and Tuef-dny ^cording t0 their rotifei They have been informed that they will no* leave London before the end of next week. Letters from Odend mention a truce of fix months, as having taken place between the Emperor, and his Belgic fubjecb. This news* if true, it is hoped> may be confidared as a prelude to a more permanent peace. The late Revolution in France has reftored to his rank and fortunes an accomplished young Nobleman, who, having married contrary to the confer.t of his friends, was a long time immured by their interpofition in a Hotel de Force; from whence* making his efcape to this country, he, together with an amiable wife, was reduced to fuch extreme diftrefs, that the only pittance they had to fubfifl upon, was the fcanty earnings of the f ady's needle. The gentleman, formerly a Baron, is now a confpicuous Member of the National AflVmblv, and one of the Representatives for the Province of N'ormandy. Yefterday a Court of Aldermen was held at Guildhall, at which the Lord Mayor, Lord Mayor Elect, fourteen Aldermen, and the Sheriff Ma-caulay and Glyn were prefent. The Corirt.elecled the following eight perfons to be Searchers and Sealers cf Leather at Leaden-hall for the year enfuing, viz. Thomas Cowling, Citizen and Cordvvainer. John Pym, Currier. |ohn Kite, Girdlcr. Thomas Denham, Currier. Stephen Pyle, Currier. James Lowther, Currier. Thomas Moulds, Cordwainer. Daniel Baldwin* Currier, and they were ordered to enter into a bond for the due performance of their office previous to the next Court, when they are to appear, and be fworn into thfir office. The Court requeited the Lord-Mayor to writ; under the Brhifh Crown, to Woolwich, to try all tfo place. Monf. Calonr: fet off on Saturday on his tour to foreign parts. He goes fir ft tb Italy. The Governors of the Fre^-rirafons School, at their Quarterly Meeting on the 9th inftant, admitted hve more children into their excellent le-minary, which make in the whole 25, now fup-ported by the benevolence of the Brethren of that Ancient and Honourable Society : and fiom the real with which this inftitution is promoted, there is little dbdbt of its becoming the firlf charitable foundation in the kingdom. On Sunday lVnnight, a young man came with a grey mare to the Greyhound-Inn, Richmond, -and after dsfpatching his dinner, ordered a chaise to town ; he then fent for the Landlord, told him that he had accidentally corne out without cauh in his pock*tj and defired to be accommodated with a few guineas, alluring him that his horie was worth forty pounds, which he would leave till he fent back the cafh. The horfe has fince been claimed and 'nken away by the ilable-k ^per whofe property it was, but the Landlord of t .1 inn has heard nothing of his gue1-, to-whom he inconsiderately lent about fevefi pounds. Burt, whofe cafe was remarkable, he being convicted of a forgery, committed purpofely to bring himfelf to execution on a disappointment in love, and who refufed a pardon whe*n offered, at length obtained the objeft of his affections; who vifuing him in prifon, unfortunately caught the gaol fever and died. Burt was then feni to New South Wales in the Scarborough tranfport, and has iatelv'''!>\.-n-to a gentlsman in Lincoln's-inn, who i'lterdted himfelf much in his favour, the account of a confoiracv detected on board the transport by him, and for which detection he has been taken into the Captain's cabin. A lire which deifroyed two ricks of hay, and a flack of wheat, at Lewifham, laft week, appears to have proceeded from defign. A man is fully committed for the offence, who was heard to boait of his villainv, and declare hfe meant to have deftroyed the whole village Mr. Pafley, of Colney-hatch, and another gentleman, were flopped by three footpads on Sunday evqning on Finchley-common. They"cut Mr. Pafley in a mo Knocking manner, and fnapped a piftol at the other gentleman; but fom� horfemen being within hearing the villains made off without robbing the gentlemen. MARRIED.] On Monday trre 4th inft. at Eaflry in Kent, Henry Boulton, Efq. of Lin-eolnVlnn, to Mil's Mary Francklin, of Newman- ELUNDSTONE's HOTEL, FALMOUTH. T> BLUNDSPONE begs L. .'Vg* ..i .y bid X hey particularly recoru- m a " i- lri.�rCi Diffis, Cambrics, Dimafk and Diaper Tab!* Linens, Sheetings of every Kind, and Furniture Dimities. Some three-yarj-wide fuperfme Holland Sheeting of a moH excellent Fabric. Suits of Lace from loi. 10s. to One^Hundred Guineas each. A Quantity of Norwich, and other Shaw's, equal in Beaaty and Wear to thofe imported from tbe Eaft-Indie9. A conftant Allbrtment ofMillenery ready made. Ladies who have Orders from Abroad, or the Country, will receive every Allowance, and on many Articles there will bs a Saving-of from io to 30 per Cent. Remark, the Number of their Houfe is (173), as there are fe\eral of the Name in the Neighbourhood. [z^i ftreet> Oxford-ftreet. DIED.] On the 7th inft. at the feat of' Harewcod, in Yorkfhire, Richard Kennet, Efq; of Heath, near Wakefield, in that county.-Laft Saturday, Cheret Jones, Efq. of Snarelbrcck, Effex, late Enfign and Standard-bearer to his Ma-jefty's yeomen of the Guards. Curious FOREIGN WINES, Oi prime Vintages (In quart Bottles, legal Meafure), Arc foldj, at the loweft (Money) Prices, by E. HiBBS, Wine-Merchant, Monument-Yard, London. His plan of felling Wines in legal quarts, the public have been pleafed to approve liberally, and to honour Hibbs with diilinguifhed marks of approbation j he now gratefully allures them, that all Wines fold by him, are, and ever fhall be, r.bfolutely genuine as imported, cf the full quantity charged, and rendered upon the moil reafon-able profits poffible. 'I he importance of this plan (unequivocally fair) to private families in particular, is molf. obvious, fince every dozen bottles are warranted to contain three gallons of Wine, making thereby a confiderable faving to the purchafer. Hibbs's profits not being calculated upon terms requiiite to fuftain the lolTes of long credit, bad debts, &c. &c. he refpeclfully requeils that all orders from the country may contain remittances for the amount, ot reference for payment in town. * - * Cards of prices may be had at tb� W^re- Cz447 HAMPSHIRE. To be SOLD, , ULLEN's COT, near the Four-Mile Stone from Andover to Amefbury, and one Mile from the Turnpike-Road from Bafingftokcto Bath, firnate on an Eminence, and moft healthy Air, and has a pure Water from a free chalky Soil. The Houfe confjfts of a Parlour, with a Bow-Window, 2J Feet by 18 ; anda Hal1, iS Feet fouare in the Front, between which is a Paflisge leading t . a Sciircofc } a back P.'r-^ \w:, 18 Feet by lz ; and a Kitchen, with an Qv:n, 1 Pantry, and other Offices, all on the Gr jund Floor j three large Chambers, and Schielings that may be. m>de into Lodging-Rooms ; a Biewhoufe, a Chaifj-rloufc, and a Two-Stall Stable, and Walls raifcd for more Stabling cr-oth-r Ofacf ^ ; and would well fuit any Gent^man v\',ihing for a Cottage in u fine fporting Country, where Stag and Fox Houndj and Harriers are kept near the Spot. The Premif.js maj be entered on immediately ; and further Particulars known by applying as above; or to Mr Swhuverell, at Purictt's Coffee-Houfe, May-Fair, London.  _ i �, � j The CANADA BALSAM, Or STRENGTHENING DROPS, Invented by the late Sir JOHN HILL, M. D. And now faithfully pvp.'.yjd from his MS. Recipes by his Relict and Execuoix, the Flon. I.A,?Y HILL, ac her Houla in Curzon-Strset, Berkeley-Square, London; THIS moil exalted VEGETABLE BALSAM, and GENIAL RESTORATIVE, was one of the lat- Difcoveries of the celebrated Botanift whofe Name it bcJt^, and is alone fufficient to entitle his Memory to the moft grat-- ful Veneration of Pofteriiy. It is folaly calculated for th; Cure of a!! Difurders caufed .by exhiuffinc; Drains, attcndeil v:th Vveaknefs of the Back, and Feeblerjefs of tlie Ltrrjb-'!, 1';. b:i >gs, Crarr.pS, intolerable Sinkii^1--, C. ldnefs -\r.i N'-i-ab-nefs of the Lpgs, and general Debility ariiing from inn.'uy'n: Indulgence, and that deftruftive Painon ih Youth, the PaV-(ion of Diog"nes ; from all the mife/ies from early old Asje, and from the Gat'.'t of Death, will * lhort Courfe of this Me-~ dicindmoft ailurediv refcuethe afllicbed. Ladies* of any Time of Life, m-\y by this Medidine he f'"ei from one w the mc:1 .lifting Diforders incident to ti)e Sex, and at a certain Period is rtoft h'gWy ufeful. Sold, by fpecial Appjintnvnt of Lsdy kill (as by the L�ri-don Gazette of March ?3> 179c), by W. Bacon, athisVedi* cinal Warehoufe, No. 150, Uxfbrd-ftreet, London, in Bot-tiss, Price 3s. 6d. wh-re Vc-nd^is may be fuoplieH. *�* Lady Hill fijfns her Name upon ex;ery B;t:'s; and ,c W. Bacoh,"-as Vender, is wrictsn by him upon cv;ry Stamp. There arc ,-;foB;ttlei (containing more than at p. fid. Price One Guinea each; thefe are fsji aatyal Mr. Ba.wn'8 Hoaf�� N#sfcher* are genuina, C*^*^ ;