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340 MARRIAGES, DEATHS, &c. ' July

8. Marcellos Osborne, of the Inner. Temple, Esq; to Miss Fox, an heiress of

DEATHS. 400l. per ann. in Eflex.

ADY Stapleton, relict of 10. Thomas Dawson, of Southwark, Erq; in the commision of the peace for

pleton, Bart. Surrey, to Mrs. Venables.

29. William Billinghurst, Esq; Hickford, Ein; to Miss He- Mitchain, in Surrey, in the commillion luckie, daughter to John Heluckie, Esq; of the peace for that county. fteward to his royal highness the duke of 30. The lady Dyke Acland, wife of Sir Cumberland.

Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. 12. Humphrey Edlin, of Walton, Efq; July 1. William Corbett, Erq; one of to Miss Rogers of Colnbrook.

the commissioners of his majesty's navy. 54. Dr. Richard Rock, of Ludgate- Rev, Thomas Harrison, B. D. Hebrew hill,' to Miss Elizabeth Thompson, a profeffor in the university of Cambridge. teacher of the boarding-scliool at New- 2. Rev. Mr. John Peter Stehelin, ington, in Surrey,

F. R. S. minister of the French church Richard Nicholas, Esq; of Hackney, near Leicester-fields : He was remarkable to Miss Anne Hartley, niece to Sir Wil. for having made himself master of the liam Penron, Bart, an heiress of 700l, . following languages, viz. Hebrew, Greek,

Latin, English, French, German, Ita. Matthew Bateman, of Whitechapel, lian, Danish, Dutch, Coptick, Armenian, Líq; to Miss Hannah Coker.

Syriack, ' Arabick, Chaldean, Gothick, 18. Sir Robert Burdett, Bart. member old Tudesco or Druid, Anglo Saxon; befor Tamworth in Staffordshire, to lady Gdes Spanish, Portuguese, and Welch, Caroline Harpur, relict of the late Sic John Murray, Esq; member of parliae Henry Harpur, Bart. and after to the ment for the thire of Selkirk. duke of Rutland.

3. John Hill, Esq; member of parliaThomas Matthews, of Cheshunt in ment for Higham-Ferrers, in Northampe Hertfordihire, Esq; to Miss Beswick, of tonshire. Low. Layton,

Robert Chapman, LL. D. at his house 21. Henry Bambrigs Buckeride, Esq; in Doctors Commons. of Queen's square, to Miss Kitty Pin- 4. Mr. Joseph Pomfret, formerly fold, daughter of Dr. Pinfold, of the lace merchant in St. Paul's Church-yard. (ame place.

6. Richard Churchill, Esq; knight of 23. Hon. Alexander Drury, Erq; lieut. the Thire for Lincolnshire, in the first and col. of the first regiment of foot-guards, second parliament of his late majesty. to Miss Tabella Turner, youngest daugh- 8. Ri. Hon. Thomas Fermor, earl of ter of Edmund Turner, Esq; of Stoke, Pomfret, baron of Lempster, knight of in Lincolnshire.

the Bath, and baronet, ranger and keeps Henry Simons, Erq; folicitor at the of St. James's and Hyde parks. Custom-house, to Miss Elizabeth Master Lady Cecilia Garrard, reli&t of Sir Nic man, eldest daughter of Henry Maller, cholas Garrard, Bart, by whose death an man, Esq; clerk of the crown.

cftate of ioool. per annum devolves to 24. Rt. Hon. Jord Cathcart, to the Sir Jacob Garrard Downing, Bart. Hon. Miss Hamilton, daughter 'to lord 13. James Henderson, Esq; treasurer Archibald Hamilton, governor of Green- to the Society for the propagation of the wich-Hospital.

gospel in foreign parts, solicitor to queen 25.

Freeman, Efq; of Spring- Anne's bounty, and receiver of the art gardens, to Miss Manly, of Southamp. fruits of the clergy. ton-row.

Mr. Storke, an eminent West India 27. Hon. Francis Seymour, Esq; of merchant. Hampshire, pofTefled of a large estate, to John Voyce, Esq; mayor of Sudbury, lady Caroline Cowper, filter to earl Cowper, and commissioner of the land.cax for

July 2. The lady of Matthew Ridley, Suffolk. Esq; member for Newcastle upon Tyne, 14. John Powell, Efq; in the commil. delivered of a fon.

fion of the peace for Middlesex and West. 5. Rt. Hon. the countess of Haddinge minner. ton, of a son and heir.

Christopher Lowe, Esq; one of the 9. The lady Elizabeth Waldegrave, clerks of the treasury. wise of col. Waldegrave, of a son.

Lady viscountess Dupplin, the lady of 22. The lady of the bihop of Chester, lord viscount Dupplin. of a ron.

15. Philip Stevens, Esq; formerly an 24. The lady of John Bond, Erzs Italian merchant, at luis (tas near Ongar, Munber for Corf-Castle of a fon. in Alex, $.


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18. Mr. Andrew Mitchell, an eminent Biron, Esąrs. to be lieutenants, and Joapothecary in Pall-Mall,

feph Hudson, Gent. adjutant, in the first 20. Alexander Hay, Esq; last year regiment of foot-guards. - John Claverhigh-theriff of Suffex.

ing, and Chadwalladar Blaney, Esqrs. ta Lieut. gen. Panton, the oldef lieut. be captains ; Charles Vernon, Esq; a general in the army.

captain lieutenant, and Thomas D'AvePhilip Vanbrugh, Esq; commissioner nant, Esq; lieutenant in the Coldstream of the navy, resident at Plymouth yard. regiment of foot-guards.

-- John Furbar, 27. Abel Fonnereau, Erq; an eminent and Mariscoe Frederick, Erars. to be capmerchant, and one of the directors of the tains, John Wells, Esq; a captain licuEast-India company.

tenant, and William Hamilton and The.

mas Wallace, Eqrs. lieutenants in the ECCLESIASTICAL PRITERMINTI. third regiment of foot guards.-Thomas TR. Paul Wright, vicar of Ugley, Bristow, Erq; to be captain of a co.n.

presented by the governors of pany in licutenant-general Pulteney's ré. Christ's-Hospital, to the donative of Bur- giment, and Digby Berkeley, Esq; major den, which the late Mr. Selby enjoyed, to lieutenant-general Johnson's regimens with the vicarage of Claveriog cum Lang- of foot. ley, - Mr. Jones, jun. organist of the Whitehall, July 14. The king has apTemple, chosen by the governors, orga- pointed the earl of Ashburnham to be nift of the Charterhouse, in the room of keeper of Hyde-park, in the room of Dr. Pepusch, deceased, - Mr. William the late earl of Pomfret. Goftling, presented by the dean and chap- Whitehall, July 28. Robert Coney, Erq; ker of Canterbury, to the vicarage of appointed by his majesty one of the comStone, in the Ine of Oxney.-Mr. Maw- missioners for appeals and regulating the fon, to the vicarage of Deepham, in duties of excife. Norfolk, Mr. William Wade, by tire

From tbe other PAPERS. archbishop of Canterbury, to the vica- Ensign Charles Stanhope, of the third rage of Midiy, near Queenborough, in regiment of foot guards, made a captain Kent. Samuel Nicholls, LL. D. pro- on the Irish establishment.--Edward Her. moted by his majesty co the office or place bert, Esq; made comptroller of the culo of master of the Temple, in the room of toms in the port of Chester. - William she bishop of London, who resigned.- Brough, Esq; made marshal of the higie Mr. Herring presented to the rc&ory of court of admiralty. - Matthew Pleydell, Deal, near Dover, in Kent. Mr. Peir. Efq; made store-keeper of Kening on fon, by lord Ilchester, to the rectory of palace. Puddimore-Milion, in Somersetshire. Mr. Richardson, of Epping, in Effex, by

B-KR-s. the bishop of London, to the living of ARY Lawes, of Norwich, milliFinchinbeld in the said county.

ner.-Elizabeth Brown, of DulBiddulph, M. A. by Robert Biddulph, verton, in Somersetshire, chapwoman. Esq; to the rectory of Coringham, in Edward Backhouse, now or late of the Illex. Mr. Daniei Thomas-Adams, by Minories, hosier.--Andrew Braughall, of the hishop of Rochester, to the vicarage the parish of St. James, within the liof Wermoor, in Kent.-Charles Bedford, berty of Westminster, brazier, broker, M. A. to the vicaraze of New Anick, in and dealer.--Edm. Stevens the younger, Cornwall. Mr. Richard Levett, by the of Deptford, in Kent, brewer. - Pury earl of Salisbury, to the rectory of Little Caifter, of the parith of St. Martin in Barkhamstead. in hiertfordshire, Mr. the Fields, vi&tualler. - Samuel Phillips, Lafon, by the bishop of Norwich, to the of Norwich, butcher, dealer and jobber. Vicarage of Illing, in Sufruik.

- William Satter thwaite, of Lancaster,

merchant. - Charles Prefton, of Wide. PROMOTIONS Civil and Military. gate-alley, near Bishopsgate.street, weavet,

and dealeri Richard Wansbrough, of From obe LONDON GAZETTL. Trowbridge, Wilts, clothier.- John Scott, THitehall, July 2. The king has ap- of Norwich, linen-draper and milliner,

Herbert Bedford, of Haverford. Wert, to be lieutenant and cuftos rotulorum of Thipwright.-Joseph Marples, of BishoptPembrokeshire, and of the town and gate-street, vintner.- John Slemaker, of county of Haverford-Weft : And. Isaac St. Paul's, Shadwell, blockmaker.Tho. Jamineau, Esq; to be his consul general mas Lodge, of Norwich, money. fcriveat Naples.

ner. John Clement, of Angel-court, in Whitehall, July 3. The king has ap- Throgmorton-street, broker. – John Sa. pointed Nathaniel Manlove, . William vidge, of Tower-Street, cooper and turner. Miles, Cholmendeley Brereton, ang Co.


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UR last accounts from Vienna say, The town and district of St. Remo

near the western border of the Cenoere Atein has had one of his fineft seats, which territory rebelled lately against that rewas on the confines of Saxony, destroyed publick, and confined the marquis Doria by fire, of which a Jew is said to be the their governor, on account of some new author, in revenge of the prince's refusing impositions which they refused to pay, to renew an advantageous lease of a farm as being contrary to the articles upon he was poileled of, which is a fresh in- which they first submitted to the reAance of the implacable revenge ro natural publick ; but when a weak itate fub. to that people ; and this natural disposi- mits to a stronger, articles are of no tion of theirs shews how neceffary those great signification. As soon as the se. ftrict injunctions were, which we have in publick had notice of the rebellion, they the gospel against resentment and revenge. ordered a small squadron to be fitted out

From Wilna in Poland, June 11, we with 600 regular troops and all necesary have an instance equally shocking of po- materials on board, under the command pish revenge against a Jew, as follows : of M. Agustine Pinelli, which railed in The court of judicature in this city pro- a few days, with directions, that if the nounced sentence a few days ago against inhabitants did not submit immediately an apostate, named Raphael Sentimany, at discretion, and comply with every a native of Croatia, who after being edu- thing the republick demanded, to thew cated in the christian religion, renounced them no mercy, and to lay the town in it at the age of 12 years, embraced ju. alhes. On the 13th ult. this squadron daism, and took the name of Abraham arrived before St. Remo, and on the inIsacowicz. While he was in prison, leve- habitants refusing to submit, began to ral zealous priests daily vifited him, thew- bombard the town, which the rebels an. ing him the heinousness of the crime of fwered with some small cannon, without apostasy, and exhorting him to repent doing much damage. On the 14th M. and return to the church ; and for a day Pinelli having landed his troops without or two they had some hopes of reclaim- oppofition, and beat the rebels from their ing him : But they soon found themselves intrenchments, they desired to capitulate, mistaken; he was so hardened, that nei- which was rejected with indignation, so ther the torments he was to suffer, nor the that they were obliged to surrender at offer of a pardon, could make any im- discretion, and fix of the ringleaders were pression on him. The gth instant he was next day banged, but none of the poor led to execution : Being arrived under the misled people were made to suffer. Howgallows, the executioner plucked out his ever, the republick have fince imprisoned tongue, and fiung it into the fire before the magistrates, and imposed a fine of his face; and then, with his hands tied

200,000 livres upon the town, beldes behind him, he was thrown alive into a depriving them of their charter. heap of blazing faggots. When his body From Munster we hear, that there has was confumed, the ashes were scattered lately been a sort of content between that in the wind. This poor wretch suffered regency and the regency of Hanover, adeath with great resolution; not so much bout the purchase of the little principality as a groan, or the least sign of fear having of Bentheim upon the frontier of Overyffel, escaped from him.

one of the Dutch United Provinces ; but From Copenhagen they write, that the that the former were a little too late in Jews of that city are like to pay for a their application, the agreement having proceeding prompted by their zeal for re- been before concluded by the


of Jigion: A young man of their nation, Hanover. named Lazarus, applied fome time ago

Smyrna, May 25. In the night between to a Lutheran priest in order to be in- the 14th and 15th inft. A fire broke out Struded in the christian religion ; and he in the quarter of the Armenians, which was accordingly received, placed in a destroyed several houses and magazines private house, and supported by means of belonging to the merchants of chat na* penfion obtained from the king. This tion, and would probably have spread .Lazarus, being invited to sup at a house in the principal quarter of the Jews,

a great deal farther, if a stop had not

been put to it by the English and Dutch he was permitted to go thither, but has factors settled there, hy means of their never fince appeared ; and it is averred, fire engines

Among the houses burnt that he was trepanned, and sent away. was that of Signor Aviet de Babijan, an The bishop having informed the court of Armenian, who, with his wife, then'in it, his majefty has ordered the Jews to the last month of her pregnancy, his son produce this young man in a certain time, and daughter, and five of his domesticks, on pain of forfeiting eight thousand Ger- perished in the flames, man crowns,


pr. is.

The Monthly Catalogue for July, 1753. 343 DIVINITY and CONTROVERSY.

28. A Letter concerning the Use of * . Ontemplations on the Ocean, Har. ftudying History. By J. Petvin, M. A.

29. A Discourse of the Poor, By R. ment. By R. Pearsall, pr. 25. 6d. Buck. North, Esq; pr. Is. Cooper. land.

PHYSICK. 2. Family Devotions, pr. Is. 6d. Grif. 30. An Essay on the Hydrophobia. By fiths.

C. Nugent, M. D. Cooper. 3. Theophilus to Gaius, pr. 6d. Noon. 31. Remarks upon the Pestilence and MISCELLANEOUS.

peftilential Diseases. By W. Hird, M. D. 4. An Essay on the Government of pr. Is. 6d. Innys. Children. By J. Nelson, pr. gs. Dodsley. 32. A Defence of the Letter to Dr.

5. An Introduction to Book-keeping. Lobb, pr. 15. Roberts. By J. Shortland, pr. 28. 6d. Fuller. 33. A Differtation concerning the Use

6. A Letter to the Publick on the Sub- of Sea Water in the Diseases of the Glands, ject of clandestine Marriages, pr. is. &c. By R. Rufrel, M. D. pr. 55. Rio Marí.

vington. 7. The Hon. Thomas Hervey's Letter POETRY and ENTERTAINMENT. to Sir Wm. Bunbury, pr. 6d. Carpenter. 34. Scotch and English Poems, pr. 26.

8. The honest Country Quaker's Baldwin. Speech, pr. 6d. Carpenter.

35. The Song of Deborah, reduced to 9. An Enquiry into the legal Confti- Metre. By W. Green, M. A. pr. is. Dod. tution of the College of Physicians, pr. 36. Translation ; a Poem. By T. * 1s. 6d. Noon.

Franklin, pr. is. Cooper. 10. A Letter from a Clergyman con- 37. Verses written by M. Voltaire to cerning the Affair of Elizabeth Canning, the K. of Prussia, pr. 6d. Cooper, Seddon.

38. The first Six Books of Virgil's 11. Hypatia, pr. 6d. Cooper.

Æneid. Translated into blank Verse. 12.. A Proposal for a free and unexpen- By A. Strahan, Esq; pr. 4s. Payne. sive Election of Parliament-men, pr. 1$. 39. Merit ; a Poem. By H. Jones, Fuller.

pr. is. Dodney. 13. An Account of the late Applica. 40. Taste : An Epifle to a young tion to Parliament of the Sugar Refiners, Critick, pr. 1s. Griffiths. Grocers, &c. pr. 6d. Brotherton.

41. Eloge de la Ville D'Edinbourg, 14. An earnest Persuasive to the Jews,

Wilson. pr. 6d. Withers.

42. Shakespear illustrated, pr. 65, Mil15. A fuli Answer to a fallacious Apo- lar. logy for the Jews, pr. 6d. Fox.

43. Letters from Julia, the daughter of 16. An historical Treatise of Jews and Augustus, to Ovid, pr. 28. lewed. L. Judaism in England, pr. 6d. Baldwin. Davis.

17. The Lives and Characters of Actors 44. The Temple of Gnidon, pr. 25. and Actresses. Part I. By T. Cibber, sewed. Swan.

45. Paradisus Amissus. Poema Joannis 18. The Inspector Inspected, pr. 6d. Miltoni. Latine redditum, a G. Dobson, Bouquet.

LL. B. In 2 Vols, 4to. Manby. 19. An alphabetical Collection of Max- 46. The Works of Virgil. Translated ims, Principles or Rules, Definitions and by Mr. Pitt and Mr. Warton. In 4 Vols. memorable Sayings in Law and Equity, Svo, pr. 205. Dodsley. Worral.

47. The Works of Aaron Hill, Esq; 20. Remarks on the Minute Philolo- In 4 Vols. 8vo. pher, pr. 15. Robinson.

48. An Essay on Ridicule, pr. ks. 6d. 21. Remarks on Lord Bolingbroke's Millar. Letter to Sir W. Wyndham, pr. is. Cooper. 49. The Life and History of a Pilgrim, 22. Observations on the Greek and

pr. 3$. Whison. Roman Claflicks. pr. 35. Browne.

50. An Ode on Benevolence. By S. 23. Elizabeth Canning's Story display'd, Beckingham, Esq; pr. is. Dodsley. pr. i$. Cooper.

51. Poems by Mr. Grey, with Designs 24. An Essay on Sacred Harmony, pr. by Mr. Bentley, pr. 1os. 6d. Dodfey. 6d. Owen,

(See p. 332.) 25. Thoughts on the Reafonableness of 52. Sylla, a Dramatick Entertainment, a general Naturalization, pr. 6d. H. Cox. pr. 15. Bouquet.

26. Treason, &c. considered ; with 53. A Translation of the roth Satyr Remarks upon the Case of Dr. Cameron, of Juvenal. By R. Hingeston, M. A. pr. 6d. Corbett.

27. A Letter upon Churches being lo (To be continued in our next.),
entirely forsaken, pr. 6d. Bizet.


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