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and Mr. Thomas Keate, Surgeon ExtraordiTOHN Lord Bishop of Oxford, to be Bishop nary, to her Majesty.
of Hereford, vice Dr. Harley, deceased. The Rev. Dr. Lockman, Clerk of the The Rev. Mr. Mansell, M. A. to be pub- Closer to the Prince of Wales, to be Matter Lic orator at Cambridge.
of the Hospital of St. Croix, Dear WinchesThe Rev. Mr. Wright, to a Prebend of St. Paul's, vacant by the death of Mr. Tyr- Capt. William Wynyard, Capt. Charles whyt.
Afgill, and the Hon. Charles Firzroy, apThe Earl of Harrington, to the command pointed Equerries to his Royal Highness the of the 29th regiment of foot, vacant by the Duke of York. death of General Tryon; and General Gun
Holdsworth, esq; appointed Goning, to that of the 65th regiment, lately vernor of Dartmouth Castle, vice Lieut. Col. held by Lord Harrington.
John Hardy, deceased.
and Tilbury, vice Thomas Dade, deceased. The Rev. James Jones, D. D. to the Col. Cornelius Cuyler, of the 55th Foot, Archdeaconry of Hereford.
to be Quartermaster-General to the Forces in Dr. James Ford, Physician Extraordinary, the Leeward and Caribbee Iflands.
vered of a daughter, being her 14th James's. child, at their House in London,
The Grand Duchess of Tuscany fafely deLady Palmerston, of a son, at his Lord: livered of a prince. Thip's house in Park-place.
The Archduchess of Milan, of a prin. The Lady of Lord Vernon, of a daugh- cess.
MARRIAGE S. THE Hon Sir Francis Dcake, Bart. Ad- The Hon. Henry Pomeros, member in
miral of the Blue, to Miss Ou now, only the Irish parliament, to Miss Mary Grady, daughter of George Ondow, Eq. many daughter of the late Nich. Grady, Eiq.of Liyears membet for Surry.
merick. Anthony Henderson, Esq. of Lincoln's- Samuel Whitbread, jun. Esq. to Miss inn, lo Miss Soplria Bull, youngest daughter of Grey, daughter of Sir Charles Grey,' K. B. the late John Bull, Esq. of Bristol.
Capt. Cowell, of the Coldftream regimen: Mr. Wm. Powell, liquor-merchant, of of guards, to Mrs. Head, a widow lady, Bristol, to Mrs. Pobjay.
fifter of Sir John Stepney, Bart. Thomas Walton, Esq. of Ratcliff-high- Major Darby, of the Royal Fufileers, to way, to Miss Webster, of the Strand. Miss White, of Percy-street.
john Frederick Bellamy, Esq. to Miss The Rev. John Thornton, rector of BottesMaria Waller, of Gerrard-ftreet.
ford, Leicestershire, to Miss Manners, eldert
John Jones, Esq.. of Rhydfen, high-theRev. John Ley, to Miss Sarah Carrington, riff of Merioneth, to Miss Jones, of Bala. daughter of Rev. James Carriogton, Chan- Henry James Jeffup, Esq. iate of Quecellor of Exeter.
bec, barrister at law, to the Right Hon. La-
Thomas Boddam, Esq. of Enfield, to Miss
Lord Viscount Wentworth, to the Coun-
At Abbotsbury, Cape. Hansford, to Miss Mary Summers.
A: Calcutti, the Right Hon. Ear! Cornwallis. to Miss Philpot, lace of Bedlington, Worthumberland,
Richard Flint, Esq. of Anágua, to Miss Hannah Blundell, of the Idle of Wight,
At Pelsteu, in Essex, Mr. W. Wright aged 84, to Miss Susannah Joice, of the same place, aged 17.
real welíare of the Colonists. His princely EDWARD Goar, of Bryngwyn, in the munificence extended to the most inconsidecounty of Radnor, aged 104.
rable of the people, and the heart-felt grati21. Jonathan Simpson, Ely. aged 113. tude that pervaded every branch of the com
The Rev. William Copley, rector of West munity, will make the name of Tryon rever. Chillington and Sullington, Suliex.
ed across the Atlantic, while virtue and fen22. The Rev. Matthew Maddock, rector fibility remain. In private life, the benevoof Great Colworth,
lence of his heart corresponded with the exJohn Amerít, Esq. of Rochester. dowments of his mind; diffusing honor and
23. The Rev. Mr. Fawconer, minister happiness in an extensive circle; and obtainof Poole, Dorse!Thire.
ing permanent advantages for those who beJames Home Rigg, of Moreton, Esq. ing in early youth elected to his patronage,
Lieutevant Colonel Hardy, governor of nuw live to pour the tear of sorrow over Iris Dartmouth.
honored duft. 24. At York, the Rev. Robert Evans, Miss Sawrey, daughter of John Gilpin Sairprebendary of Apefthorpe, in that Cathedral, rey, Esq. of Broughton Tower, Lanca'hire. and rector of Beeford and Londesborough. Mrs. Cooke, wife of Dr. Cooke, provost
Ac Edinburgh, aged 85, Mr. Harry Pren- of King's College, and dean of Ely. tice, wbo first introduced the culture of pott 9:11 Kirkpatrick Hall, Esq. at Alhby, toes into this country. In 1784 be fuok near Altringham, in Chethire. 1401. with the managers of the Cannougate 28. At Ulk, in Monmouthshire, Mr. poor- house for a weekly subsistence of 7s. James Davies, attorney at law, who had kepit and has fince made several small donations to the Duke of Beaufort's Courts for 50 years. that charity, His coffin, for which he paid Lately, Sir Michael Pilkington, Bart. two guineas, with 1703, the year of his Lately, at Tallow, in Ireland, Captain birth, has hung in his house these nine years; Clarke, of the 29th regiment of foot. and he has the undertaker's written obligation 29. D Prim, at Whitechapel, aged 104. to screw him down with his own hands gra- Mr. Sewell, glazier, in Shoreditch. tis. The Managers are bound to bury hira 30. The Rev, Mr. Garner, master of with a hearse and four coaches at Reftalrig. Crypt school, in the city of Gloucester.
27. Mr. H. Ronaldo, fen, nursery-man, At Stagdale-lodge, Ireland, Hugh Lord of Brentford,
Mafley. Lieutenant General Tryon, Colonel of the Mr. Richard Eates, of Newman's-row, 29th regiincnt of foot. He was buried at Lincolu's-Ino-fields. Twickenham.--The following is added at Mr. Stephen Stringer, attorney of Somerthe desire or a Correspondent : The importo ton, many years clerk of the peace for Somerance of his character in the annals of this lelthire. country, precludes the neceffity of expatia- Mr. George Ogier. ting on the eminent services that distinguished 31. Sir Ashton Lever, Knt. He was tam his life. Illustrious as a legida:or, he sup- ken ill on the bench at Manchester the prepressed the riling seeds of revolt in North ceding day. (See a portrait of him, together Carolina, during the time of his Administra- with an account of his life from materials tion in that province ; calmal to peace under furnithed by himself, in our Magazine for bis mild and beneficent (way, the people re- August 1784.) linquished every other ambition than that of Mr. John Dawes, stock-broker, of Highjouking up with filial attachment to their bury, Illington. He was taken with a fit friend and protector, whose jurisprudencc in the Stock-Exchange, and died there, breathed as much of paternal tenderness, as
At Exeter, The Rev. John of legiflative authority. Called to the so- Sleech, M. A. arch-deacon of Cornwall, vernment of New York, a wider field of and canon residentiary of Exeter. action opened to this accomplified latelman, James Stuari, Esq. commonly distinguished whose superior powers of wisdom and phi- by the appellation of “ Athenian Stuart.” Janthropy were unceasingly exerted for the [See an account of him in p. 68.]
Läely, Mr. Thomas Goudacie, of Little The Rev. Thomas Stevens, D. D. rector of
Beenham, in Birks; of Swincumbe, in Ox-
13. William P.me, Elq. Kingitun, Sur-
14. Anthony Eyre, Esq. at Grove, ia
Parlaments for Boroughbridge,
At Bath, Mr. James Colhogs, formerly a Lisely, Thomas Jennings, Esq. Justice of
Peace, and senior Alverman of Doncaster.
15. George Bowey, Esq. Tanñeld-court,
The Rev. Mr. Slow, rector of the united Kew and Petersham.
Efq. Ow Jewry.
7. Mr. Daniel Dickenson, of the Register clerk of Deritend Chapel, Birmingham.
- 16. Mr. George Verron, at Tewkesbury. Benjamin Lucas, Esq. Brentford Butts.
Mrs. Bellamy, formerly a celebrated AcMr. Charles Ogilvie, formerly a Carolina tress. (See an account of her in our Magamercha:it.
zine for February, 1785.)
Lately, John Reynolds, Eq. Admiral of
Lateiy, in Portugal, Mr. William Henry
18. Mr. George Brown, merchant, Lea-
At kentish Town, Mr. John Young, for- The Rev. Thomas Tallyst, D. D. rector
of Ullogswick, in Herefordshire, author
19. Thomas Bevau, Esq. Upper Harley-
Th: Rev. Daniel Mani), Diffenting mini-
Lately, Edward Gibbs, Esq. of Scratsord
29. Mrs. Lake, wife of Colonel Lake, of
Mr. Jonn Lewis Pauiban), of Mak-Jaue.
thor of " An Inquiry intu the O. iginal Siate
Two original Letters from the late Drease Cowley's patetor spariadica Tragedy
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MANNERS, and AMUSEMENTS of the AGE; By the PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY of LONDON;
For MARCH, 1788. [Embellished with, 1. A Portrait of Mr. Gibbon, Author of the Roman History. 2. Ano
ther Plate of WRITING and SIGNATURES in the Reign of Henry VI. 3. A View of the PALAIS ROYAL at PARIS. And 4. A PLAN of the High COURT OF PARLIAMENT erected in Westminster-Hall for the TRIAL of Mr. HASTINGS.]
187 Johnson to Signior Baretti
Cobb's Love in the East : a Comic Opera 190 Account of Edward Gibbon, Esq. 158 Account of the Trial of Warren Hastings, Account of the Palais Royal at Paris 159 Esq. (late Goveroor-Gen ral of Bengal) Explanation of Plate 111. of Specimens before the High Court of Parliament, of Ancient Architecture
160 for High Crimes and Misdemeanors, Explanation of the Writing and Signatures [continued]
in the Reign of King Henry VI. ib. Journal of the Proceedings of the Fifth Two original Letters of Colley Cibber, Sellion of the Sixteenth Parliament of
Esq. on the Influence of the Poet on Great-Britain : including Lords Dethe ancient Grecian States
162 bates on, and Protest against, the EasiLiterary Scraps. No. II, Dryden.
207 The London Review, with Anecdotes -Commons; including Debates on Mr. of Authors.
Pict's Declaratory Bill, &c. &c.
ib, Il Penforoso. By Dr. G.P***--Elegy More's Slavery : a Poem
on the Death of a young Lady; with Morrison's Translation of the Second and a Selection of other Miscellaneous Fourth Books of Virgil's Eneid ib, Pieces
219 Thoughts on the Manners of the Great 167 Theatrical Journal; including Proloque to The London Medical Journal, for the Year the Fate of Sparta-Fable and Characa 1737. Part IV.
169 ter of Tanturara Rogles All, a Farce, Fullarton's View of the English Interests by Mr. O'Keefe--Pieces performed in India (concluded]
171 at, and Prologue spoken by, Mrs. HoDwight's Conquett of Canaan [contin.] 175 bart, at Richmond-House
223 Hargrave and Butler's Edition of Lord Foreign Intelligence
Coke's Commentary upon Littleton, Monthly Chronicle, Preserments, Births, with Observations on Entails, and on the Marriages, Obituary, Prices of Stocks, Modes of Constitution of Deans of Col
Grain, &c. legiate and Cathedral Churches 180
6 I 103 81 II 3
Alcander is under consideration ; but the length of it, at all events, will prevent an immediate insertion.
R.-Philo-dramaticus-Gandidus Orpheus–J.D.-B.—fuvenis-j.W.A.-L.P. R. -Civis Anglicanus, and two without signatures, are received.
We should be glad to know the length of the translation from the French before we print any part of it.
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Wheat | Rye Barl. Oats Beans COUNTIES upon the COAST.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans London
5.2 32 It
51 112 9,0
8 3 O Norfolk
5 4 3 12 Surry
5 53 92 13 5
6 Cambridge 5 52 II 2 4. I
4.2 92 4
Northuniberl.5 Huntingdon 5 02
52 71 41 9.2
Cumberland Northampton 5 8
5 II 3
Westmorld. 6 Rutland
O2 TO 2
Lancashire 6 10 Leicester
Cheshire Nottingham 5 13
5 03 103 72 102 13 4 Monmouth
5 1 2 II 2
0 4 10
2,0 Worcester 5 90 0 2 II 2 13
5 Gloucester 8,1
7 Wilts 8
92 12 9 Berks 5
WALES, March 10, to March 15, 1788. 02 7.2 22 Oxford
I Bucks 5 7,0 02 71
513 3 STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER: FEBRUARY.
S. BAROMETER. THERMOM, WIND.
S. W. 28-29 50 43
N. NE. 29-29 27
39 N.NE. MARCH.
S. 25-29 54
S. W. 1-29 48
S. 2-29 55 42 N. E. 27-29 52
S. 3-30 04
53 S.SW. 4.30 03 39 N, W. 29-29 98
N.N. W. 3-29 98 34 N.
PRICE S of STOCKS,
NI. Bank Stock, fhui, 177 New S. S. Ann.
India Stock, shut 9 - 29 60
New 4 per Cent 1777, India Bonds, 825. a
835. prem. 11-30 09 32
E. 5 per cent. Ann. 1785, New Navy and Vi&. -04
Bills i 7-8ths disc. 13--29 84
3 per Cent. red. shut Long Ann. shut 14--29 go
3 pcr Cent Conf, 75 8 30 yrs. Ann. 1778,hu: 35
3 per Cent. 1726,
3 per Cent. 1751, Lottery Tick.
3 pccct. Ind. An. Lhui, Urh ditto, 71. a ni, s, 11-29 54 34
173 for the open. Prizes 1 p. ct. diic. 73
E. N.E. South Sea Stock, Consols for 19-30
N. Old S. S. Ann. shut