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PORTSMOUTH , APRIL 14.
FURTHER DISTURBANCES.

Yesterday evening an immense Concourse of
People, to the amount of Several thousands, as-
sembled in the town of Portsea, and began to
carry their design of demanding provisions at
a reduced price into execution. The military
beat to arms, and remained so in the Barracks
till near twelve o' clock at night. Three hun-
dred Constables, who had been made in the day
for the Occasion, entered amongst the people,
and after receiving some opposition, the crowd
were prevailed upon to disperse; but it was not
Until a late hour that the town was restored to
tranquillity. We are apprehensive that it is
not Over. Several towns in this neighbourhood
are in the same agitated Situation; and though
the People might be quieted for a season, no-
thing short of a very Considerable reduction in
the Price of provisions can effectually pacify
them.

Lord Hood Arrived here from town on Tues-
day evening, and will sail in a day of two for
the Streights with the following ships, Viz.

GUNS.

Victory110
Cumberland74
Marlborough74
Zealous74
Audacious74
Minotaur74
Russel74

GUNS.

Invincible74
Tremendous74
Nymphe frigate
Druid ditto
Mutine cutter
Resolution ditto.

Sir Harry Burrard< no role > is appointed to the St.
Florenzo.

Arrived Le Jean Bart French ship of war, of
18 guns, and 110 men, a prize to the Squadron
under Admiral Colpoys. The Jean Bart
captured the ship Active, from Bristol for Ja-
maica; the 9th ult. off the Western Isels, and
Scuttled her. The Master landed this evening
from Le Jean Bart.

The Impregnable is this evening come into
harbour to refit.

Caption Machkenzie goes out Commodore to
the Coast of Africa in the Sheerness; of 44
guns. The Fury sloop of war goes with her in
a few days,

Caption Fairfax is removed from the Sheer-
ness to the Repulse of 64 guns.

The Fashionable World.

Yesterday at half past eleven o'clock the
KING, QUEEN, and PRINCESSES, arrived at
Buckingham-House from Windsor-Lodge.

At twelve o' clock the KING came in his pri-
vate coach to St. James's-Palace, where His
MAJESTY had a Levee, the fullest remembered
for many years, which began at half past twelve,
and was not enter till after three o'clock.

After the Levee broke up, the KING went
to the [..] where being seated on
His Throne of State, Attended by all the Officers
of the Household,

The LORD CHANCELLOR, attended by the
two Archbishops, several of the Bishops, and
Temporal Peers were admitted, when they pre-
sented an Address on the Marriage of his Royal
Highness the PRINCE of WALES; which the
KING received, and gave a most gracious
Answer.

The Speaker of the House of Commons , at-
tended by about Thirty of the Members, after-
wards presented the Address of that House,
which His MAJESTY also received very gra-
ciously.

The KING then retired to his Closet, where
the SHERIFFS of London were introduced by
the Lord in Waiting, to know His MAJESTY'S
pleasure, when he will receive the Address of
the City of London , when the KING appointed
To-morrow, Friday, at half-past one o'clock.

The SHERIFFS received the honour of Knight-
hood.

A Council was afterwards held in the KING'S
Closet, at which the ARCHBISHOP of CAN-
TERBURY, the LORD CHANCELLOR, the Duke
of PORTLAND, Earls MANSFIELD and SPENCER,
Lord GRENVILLE, and Mr. DUNDAS were pre-
sent, which sat near an hour.

The KING gave audience in the Closet after
the Council to the Duke of PORTLAND, Lord
GRENVILLE, Mr. DUNDAS, and Mr. WIND-
HAM, till six o' clock, when His MAJESTY re-
turned to Buckingham-house to dinner.

In the evening the ROYAL FAMILY went to
the Corcert of Antient Music.

The QUEEN will have a Drawing-room this
day.

Yesterday the Hon. Mr. JENKINSON was
presented on his Marriage, by his Father, Lord
HAWKESBURY, as was also Commodore PAYNE,
by Earl CHOLMONDELEY, on his conducting the
Princess of WALES safe to England.

Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and
Princess of WALES, Duke and Duchess of
YORK, and Duke of CLARENCE, are also re-
turned to Town, and will be at the Drawing
Room this Day.

In the evening there will be a Grand Ball at

PLYMOUTH-DOCK, APRIL 13.

Sailed the Viper cutter, Lieutenant Pengelly,
to the Eastward; came into harbour, the Mag-
nanime of 38 guns; and the Druid, of 32 guns,
went out and anchored in the Sound.

PUBLIC-OFFICE, BOW-STREET .

Tuesday Barnet Solomon< no role > , alias Bowley< no role > , John
Solomon
< no role > , Simon Jacobs< no role > , George Hardwicke< no role > ,
John Hanley< no role > , John Delany< no role > , Thos Day< no role > , Wm.
Handland
< no role > , John Pullen< no role > , James Haden< no role > , Thomas
Croxwell
< no role > , and Wm. Tilley< no role > , together with Eli-
zabeth Benjamin
< no role > and her daughter, under were
a re-examination, on a charge of being guilty of
the wilful murder, of Isdwell Isdwell< no role > , and also
of being accessary to his escape from justice.

The Principal circumstance adduced at this
examination was the deposition of Barnet Solo-
mon, alias Bowley, who, as well as Day, one
of the turnkeys of New Prison , is admitted an
evidence for the Crown, which Principally
went to corroborate the testimony of Day, and
which was fully given in out former account,
with this addition only, that on the night, pre-
vious to the affair being put in execution, the
witness, with several more of the prisoners,
met at the house of Jonathan Jones< no role > , in Fashion-
Street , Spitalfields , where Mr. Tilley then was
in Company with Mrs. Isdwell; and on being
questioned by the witness relative to the affair in
agitation, he replied, that it could not fail of
Success, if they brought Isdwell to the place.
The men were all fully committed to take their
trials on both charges, and the women were
ordered to be re-committed for a further hear-
ing.

The next examination that took place, was
that of Juliet Norden< no role > , the young Jewess, who
stands charged on suspicion of having attmepted
to poison Moses, a person in custody, on sus-
picion of being concerned in the above-stated
forgeries, but who is to come forward at the
trial as an evidence for the Crown.

She declined saying any thing to the charge,
Mr. Knowles, her Counsel, not being present;
which induced the Magistrate to defer a final
hearing of it.

Fresh Supplies of that Pleasant, safe and effi-
cacious Medicine, SPILSBURY'S Antiscorbutic
Drops, (by the King's patent) are weekly re-
ceived from Mrs. SPILSBURY, in Soho-square ,
in bottles of 5s. and 1I. 2s. each, by E. New-
bery, the corner of St. Paul's Church-yard ,
London; where may be had, a New Edition,
being the Eighth, of Spilsbury's much admired
Treatise on the Scurvy, Gout, Diet, and Re-
medy, with upwards of one hundred cases,
neatly printed 8 vo. Price 2s. 6d.

MARRIED.

On Saturday last, Mr. Edward Hurdley< no role > , of St. James's
Street , to Miss Ann Foster< no role > , of Dover-street .

DIED,

On Tuesday last, Mrs. Clarke, or Barbican.

Friday, at Gloucester, Worsley, Esq. Lieutenant in
Prince William's Regiment, and only son of Sir Richard
Worsley
< no role > , Bart . of Appledurcombe Park, in the Isle of
Wight.

CORRECT PRICE OF STOCKS.

WEDNESDAY, April 1s.

Bank Stock
3 per Ct. Rd. 61 7/11 62 1/8
3 per Ct. Con. 62 1/8
3 per Ct. Scrip. 63 3/8
3 per Ct. 1726
4 per Ct. Con. 76 3/8 5 7/8
5 per Ct. Anns. 95 3/8
B. Long Ann. 17 7/8 13 16
Ditto Scrip
Ditto Sht. Ann. 8 5-16 a 3/8
India Stock shut
Ditto Bonds as prm.

Ditto Old Ann. Shut
Ditto New Ann.
3 per Ct. 1751
New Navy 3 1/8 dis.
Exch. Bills 4s 5s Prm.
Lot. Tick.
Irish ditto
Omnium

FOR THE RESCONTRE.
Bank Stock
India ditto
Consols

HIGH WATER AT LONDON BRIDGE THIS DAY.
MORNING43 min. after 12
AFTERNOON7 min after 1

WANTED, a Situation to attend a plain
Elderly Lady, a sedate, steady, middle aged Person;
would not have any objection to make herself useful in
any other respect in a family, as far as she might be found
capable; and if the Lady should be infirm, she would
prove a tender, attentive friend, Would not object to
living in Town or Country, or to travel to any part of
England. The greatest trust might be reposed in her, and
having an income of her own, no other Consideration
would be expected than gentle respectful treatment. The
Person being Obliged to go out of Town for a few days
with a relation that is indisposed; on her return, will wait
on any Lady this may suit.

A line, directed for C. H. to be left at Mr. Craig's and
Co. Linen Drapers, No. 316, High Holborn, between
Chancery-lane and Southampton buildings.

HORSES AND CARRIAGES, Etc.

SALES BY AUCTION.

By Mr. TATTERSALL, THTS DAY,

FIVE Capital Seasoned HUNTERS, some Pairs of
Geldings of different colours, several odd ditto, some
of which are well calculated to run in a Gig, a great many
Strong boney Geldings and Mares, fit for Machines, Post-
Chaises, Etc. Also, some strong well-known good Hacks,
in good condition, and fast trotters. A Bay Gelding,
Seven years old, a good hunter; a Grey Gelding, six years
old, a good hack; a Chesnut Mare, aged, has carried a
Lady; a Black Gelding, seven years old; Several Gallo-
ways and Ponies; in the whole near one hundred Lots.

To be viewed. and trials allowed.

HORSES AND CARRIAGES, Etc.

SALES BY AUCTION.
By MR. TATTERSALL,
At Newmarket, on TUESDAY April 21, 1795.
The Property of a Nobleman,

Lot 1. CRAWLER, rising three years old, got
by High flyer, out of Creeper's dam.

2. A Chesnut Filly, rising four years old, got by Pot-8-
oe's, dam by Herod, is the dam of Spartacus. This Mare
is of great size and power, and very fit for all Hunter's
Plates, having never been trained.

3. A Bay Filly, rising two years old, got by Diomed;
dam by Match'em was called Harriet.

4. A Bay Colt, rising two years old, got by Rocking-
ham, dam by Garrick; grand dam by Antinous, great
grand dam by Spectator, was the darn of Diomed, Fame,
Admiral, Pastorella, Etc.

N. B. The two last are unbroke.

The Property of a Gentleman.

5. A Bay Colt, rising four years old, got by Chall [..]
. [..]

6. A Bay Filly, rising three years old, got by Phara-
mond, our of Golden Rose, who was got by Eclipse, Etc.

7. A Grey Filly, rising three years old, got by Crop.
She is own sister to Sir F. Standish's Darsham.

By Mr. ALDRIDGE,
On the Premises of Mr. Green, at the General Wolfe Li-
very Stables, in Oxford-street, facing Park- lane, who is
declining that Business, on TUESDAY next, at Twelve
o' Clock, unless previously disposed of,

THE LEASE of the ABOVE PREMISES,
comprizing good Stabling for Fifty Horses, Lock-up
Coach -houses, and dry Standing for near Twenty Carriages,
over which have been recently erected, at a great expence,
several very convenient Dwelling-Rooms, that are occu-
pied by Mr. Green; an, extensive Ride, Granary, Hay-
losts, Etc.

The whole is in substantial repair, replete with every ne-
cessary convenience suitable to the Horse line, and has
been many years established in a profitable business; held
for an unexpired term of Eight Years from Lady-Day, 1795,
at the low Rent of 1361. per Annum.

After the above will be Sold the Stock of Horses, Etc.
comprising Twenty-two Horses, part of which are on Jobs;
Four Hackney-Coaches, an exceeding good light Post-
Chaise, several Paris of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Stable
Utensils, Etc.; also a few Lots of Household Furniture, Etc.

The whole of which may be viewed Two Days previous
to the Sale, and are to be Sold without reserve.

By Mr. ALDRIDGE, in St. Martin's Lane .

A Very handsome Brown Long-tail COLT,
five years old, has nerver done any work, is calculat-
ed either for a Charger, Coach, Chariot, or Gig Horse;
and warranted sound.May be viewed.

By Mr. LANGHORN,
At the City Repository, in Barbican, TO-MORROW, at
Twelve o'clock,

THREE Modern Built Chariots, Six gen-
teel one horse Chaises and Harness, Three neat one
horse Phaetons, Four modern Coaches, several pairs and
single Harness, a light poney Phaeton, with a pair of Don
Ponies , several useful Chaise Geldings and Hacknies, and
a variety of seasoned nag-tailed Coach Geldings, and some
handsome Galloways, in all near too Lots.To be viewed.

VALUABLE INN AND MARKET HOUSE.
To be disposed of on Moderate Terms,

THE LEASE of a well accustomed INN
and POST-HOUSE, advantageously situated in the
center of one of the best Market Towns in the Kingdom,
on that much frequented Road to Harwich, Yarmouth,
and the much esteemed Watering Place, South End. The
Inn at present enjoys the most respectable Connections and
Trade. The Proprietor has been in possession near Thirty
Years, and declines for no other reason than Infirm Health.

Apply to Mr. John Langhorn< no role > , and Mr. William Stace< no role > ,
Brentwood .

CROSS STREET, ISLINGTON.
To be DISPOSED of by PRIVATE CONTRACT,

THE LEASE of a convenient Substantial
HOUSE NO. 2, Little Cross-street ; containing
three spacious rooms on a floor, with convenient yard,
coach houses for four carriages, stabling for eight horses,
garden, Etc. now in the occupation of Mr. W. HUNT,
Hackneyman, who has let more than the whole rental,
and occupied a greater part of the Premises.

For Particulars, enquire on the Premises; and of Mr.
John Langhorn< no role > . Barbican.

To be Sold, a BROWN cropt GELDING, fif-
teen hands, aged, is an astonishing fast trotter, re-
markably safe, and goes exceeding fast in harness. He will
be warranted perfectly sound.

To prevent unnecessary trouble, the Lowest price will be
Twenty-five Guineas. He is the property of a Gentleman
having no further occasion for him.

Also, an entire New Single-House Chaise and Har-
ness.

Enquire at Lygow's Livery Stables, Shug-lane , Piccadilly .

To be Sold, a pair of handsome Bay COACH
GELDINGS, warranted sound, tree from vice, and
may be viewed any morning before eleven o'clock, by ap-
plying at Hull's Stables, Little Moorfields.

To prevent trouble, the lowest price is one hundred and
twenty guineas.

SALES BY AUCTION.

MR. SMITH respectfully informs the PUB-
LIC, that the SALE of the ESTATE, at HIGH-
GATE , advertised to take place at Garraway's Coffee-
house , To-morrow the 17th instant, is unavoidably POST-
PONED until Friday the 22d of May, 1795.

RENTER's SHARE of DRURY LANE THEATRE ,
By Mr. SMITH

At Garraway's Coffee-house, 'Change Alley, Cornhill, To-
MORROW, the 17th Instant, at Twelve o'clock,

A RENTER's SHARE in the NEW THE-
ATRE ROYAL, DRUAY-LANE, entitling the
holder to a FREE ADMISSION to any part of the said
Theatre on every night that theatrical or musical enter-
tainments shall be exhibited there; and also TWO SHIL-
LINGS and SIX-PENCE for EVERY NIGHT of such
performance. Held for a term of 103 years.

Particulars may be had till the sale, of Mr. Smith, No.
62, Broad-street, near the Royal Exchange.

LEASEHOLD, near FINSBURY-SQUARE .

By Mr. SMITH,

At Garraway's Coffee-house, 'Change Alley, Cornhill,
TO-MORROW, the 17th insant, at Twelve O' clock,

IN LOTS,

By Order of the Executors of the late BRASS CROSBY< no role > ,
Esq . deceased,

A VALUABLE LEASEHOLD ESTATE,
comprising TEN finished DWELLING HOUSES,
eligibly situate in PAUL-STREET and CASTLE-
STREET, near FINSBURY-SQUARE; with a Court
adjoining, containing Twelve Carcases roofed and tim-
bered. Held under the corporation of the City of London
for a long term, at low ground-rents.

To be [..]
Ga [..]
Yard, Colman-street; and of Mr. Smith, No. 62, Broad-
street , near the Royal Exchange .

MILLMAN's ROW CHELSEA .

SALE BY AUCTION;

SHARES of DRURY-LANE, COVENT-GARDEN , and
The OPERA HOUSE.
By Mr. SMITH,
At Garraway's, TO MORROW, at Twelve o' Clock, by
Order of the Executors of RICHARD SHELDON, Esq.
deceased, in Four Lots.

A RENTER's SHARE in the NEW THEA-
TRE ROYAL, DRURY-LANE, entitling the
Holder to a FREE ADMISSION, and TWO SHILLINGS
and SIXPENCE for EVERY NIGHT of Performance,
held for a Term of 103 Years from Christmas, 1791.

A SHARE of the above THEATRE, held for 21 Years,
from the 2d of the September, 1795, entitling the Holder to a
FREE ADMISSION, and TWO SHILLINGS, for every
Night of Performance.

A SHARE of the THEATER-ROYAL, COVENT-
GARDEN , held for Seven Years, from the 1st of Sep-
tember, 1792, entitling the Holder to a FREE ADMIS-
SION [..]

And a SHARE of the OPERA-HOUSE, held for 15
Years from the 17th November, 1781, entitling the Holder
to a RENT CHARGE of TWENTY POUNDS per ann.
with the Privilege of Admission every Night of Per-
formance.

Particulars may be had at Garraway's and of Mr. Smith,
No. 62, Broad-street, near the Royal, Exchange.

BUCKS.
By Mr. SMITH,
To be PEREMPTORILY SOLD by AUCTION,
At Garraway's Coffee house, 'Change alley, Cornhill,To-
MORROW, the 17th Instant, at Twelve o'clock, in Two
Lots.

A COMPACT DESIRABLE FREEHOLD
ESTATE, situate at CHARTERIDGE GREEN ,
on the South-side of the road leading to WENDOVER ,
with three inclosures of RICH LAND, a short distance
from the farm yard, containing together TWENTY
ACRES, more or less, of MEADOW and ARABLE
LAND, with two cottages, a barn, farm-yard, Etc. Let to
Mr. RICHARD WOOD< no role > , Tenant at Will, at an Old Nett
Rent of TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS. per Annum.

Also, a very DESIRABLE COPYHOLD ESTATE,
and TWO RICH CLOSES of FREEHOLD LAND, situ-
ate at BELLINGDON , within two miles and a half of
a FARM HOUSE, cottage, barn, stabling, and out build-
ings, in good repair, with TWENTY-TWO ACRES,
more or less, of remarkably RICH PASTURE and MEA-
DOW LAND. Lot to Mr. PADD, Tenant at Will, at a
Nett Rent of TWENTY-ONE POUNDS per Annum.

May be viewed, and Particulars had at the George,
Chesham ; Crown, Amersham ; Red -Lion, High Wycombe ;
George, Aylesbury ; Cross, Oxford ; White Hart, Great
Missenden ; Crown and Cushion, Uxbridge ; at Garra-
way's; and of Mr. Smith, No. 62, Broad-street , near the
Royal Exchange.

GLOUCESTER and BERKLEY CANAL SHARES.
By Mr. SMITH,
At Garraway's Coffee house, 'Change-alley, Cornhill, To-
MORROW, the 17th inst. at Twelve o'Clock, in LOTS of
FIVE EACH,

FIFTEEN SHARES of ONE HUNDRED
POUNDS EACH, in the GLOUCESTER and
BERKLEY CANAL, which takes its course through a po-
pulous part of the country, abounding with timber, stone,
lime, coals, and corn, advantages that are Expected to
render this undertaking highly productive.

Particulars may be had at Garraway's; and of Mr. Smith,
No. 62, Broad-street , near the Royal Exchange.

GRAFTON-STREET, FITZROY-SQUARE.
By Mr. SMITH,
At Garraway's, TO-MORROW, April 17, at Twelve
o' Clock,

A Neat Substantial LEASEHOLD RESI-
DENCE, in perfect repair, desirably situate No. 7,
Grafton-street , near Fitzroy-square , containing six Bed-
chambers with Closets, a spacious lofty Drawing room and
Dressing-room, with mahogany sashes and statuary marble
Chimney-piece, a handsome Entrance Hall, two Parlours, a
paved Yard, Areas, Offices, and Cellaring; held on Lease
for a term of Ninety-nine years, from Michaelmas, 1775, at
a Ground Rent of 81. 8s. per Annum, Land Tax about 10s.
per Annum.

May be viewed fill the Sale. Particulars may be had
on the Premises; and of Mr. Smith, No. 62, Broad street ,
near the Royal Exchange.

ESSEX,
LIVE AND DEAD STOCK AND UTENSILS.
By Mr. SMITH,
At the Farm, at Wanstead House, Essex, on TUES-
DAY the 21st. instant, and following DAY, at Eleven
o' Clock,

By Order of the EXECUTORS,

THE LIVE and DEAD STOCK, FARM-
ING UTENSILS, HAY, a quantity of ALE,
TABLE BEER, and EFFECTS, of the late

Sir JAMES TYLNEY LONG< no role > , Bart deceased,

The Stock consists of NINE DRAUGHT HORSES,
fourteen cows, twenty-eight bullocks, a bull, two calves,
104 ewes, eighty lambs, about forty loads of hay; twenty-
two butts of ale, twelve ditto of table beer; two large
iron rollers, two oak ditto, a waggon, carts, ploughs, har-
rows, harness, a quantity of hurdles, spokes, fellies, Etc,

To be viewed one day preceding the Sale, when Cata-
logues may be had at the White Hart , Woodford ; the
Bush, Epping Forest ; Angel, Ilford ; Cock and Bell and
White Hart , Romford ; Ram Inn, Smithfield ; on the
Premises; and of Mr. Smith, No. 62, Broad-street , near
the Royal Exchange.

CLAPHAM COMMON .
By Mr. SMITH,
At Garraway's on First DAY May 1, at Twelve o' clock,

A Genteel desirable LEASEHOD RESI-
DENCE, in perfect repair, pleasantly situated on
the East side of Clapham Common, in the county of
Surrey, containing six bed-chambers, a handsome draw-
ing-room, dining parlour, vestibule, offices, and cellar-
ing, coach-houses and stabling for four horses, with a
small paddock and pleasure ground, well supplied with
fine water. The premises are held on lease for term of
thirteen years, at a rent of

FORTY SEVEN POUNDS per annum.

To be viewed with Tickets, three days previous to the
Sale, which, with Particulars, may be had of Mr. Smith
No. 62, Broad street .

FREEHOLD, MIDDLESEX .
By Mr. SMITH,
At Garraway's on FRIDAY. May 1 at Twelve o' clock,

A COMPACT FREEHOLD DWELLING-
HOUSE, in complent repair, eligibly situated No. 2,
Port-street, near Stewart-street, Spitalfields , containing
two rooms on each floor, with dry cellaring, let to Mr.
Marsden, tenant at will, at a low rent of

SIXTEEN POUNDS per annum.

May be viewed three days previous to the Sale, and Par-
ticulars Had at Garraway's; and of Mr. Smith, No, 62,
Broad-street .

ESSEX.
By Mr. SMITH,
At Garraway's on FRIDAY the 1st of May, at Twelve
[..]

A TATE, consisting of a SUBSTANTIAL CON-
VENIENT DWELLING HOUSE, containing five ser-
vants' bed rooms, four bed-chambers, three dressing-
[..]




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