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PROMOTION S. Tim Robe De Of Pearborough HE Right Rev. Dr. Madan, bishop of and ville of Earl of Macartney in the county
of Antrim. The Hon. and Right Rev. Dr. Cornwa.lis, The dignity of an Earl of the same king. b shop of Lirchhe'd and Covebiry, to the dom to the Right Hon. Charles Vitcouut dearery of Durham.
Lofius, and the heirs male of his body lave The Hon and Right Rev. Dr. Sutton, bi- fully begotten, by the name, file, and title bon ol Norwich, to thic deanery of Windfor. of Earl of Ely, in that kingdom.
The digniry of an Earl of ihe kingdom Soulden Lawrence, csq. one of his Majes of Ireland to the Right Hon. George ty's ferjeants at law, 10 be one of the justices Vilcoine Macariney, Knight of the most hon. of his Majelly's court of common pleas, vice order of the Barla, and clie heirs male of his Sir H. Gould, deceased, with the honour of body lawfully begottcu, by the name, filc, knighthood.
MARRIAGE S. E powy kon of the fie Edward Harvey, eta DWARD Harvey, Esq. of Twickenham, square, 10 Miss Hamerton, daughter of
Charles Hamerton, Efq. Sheriff of Middielex, Governor of Por mouth,&c. to Mirs Barben, John Day, juo. esq. of Norwich, 1o Miss daughter of Thomas Harben, Ely. of Lewes. Woodville, eldest daughter of Mr. Woode
Junes Lockhart, jun. Esq. ot Pall Mall, to ville, merchant, Liverpool. Nils Coxe, daughtır of Daniel Coxe, Ela. Lewis Mackenzie, clg. eldest son of Sir of john Surrel, Berkcley-Square.
Roderick Mackenzie, bart. to Miss Lock Willian Jones, Esq. banker, of Mancheln hart, daugher of the late Thomas Lockhart, ter, to Mis Cordelia Pollard, of Hallifax. csq.com millioner of excise in Scotland. place.
John Bonainy, captain in the royal Ame. Henry I cheps, Esq. of Poltair-house, in rican regiment of foot, to Miss Halep Edgell, Cornwall, to Miss Emma Rebow, second daughter of C. Edgell, csq. of Clifton hill. daugiter of the late Isaac Martin Rebow, The Right Hon. Edward Earl of Oxford, Elg. of the Park, near Colcheter.
to Miss Scot, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Scot, Juho Shepherd Killick, Esq. of Gould. of Richmond, Yorkshire.
In Merrion-square, Dublin,' the Rev. A
Thomas Hattings, LL. D. Archdeacon of Çullen, esq. son of the late Di, Cuba Dublin, Vicar General of the Dioceses of Len of Edinburgh.
Dublin and Clogher, Re&or of St. Peter's, Fib. 7, 1794. The Rev. J. Shebbeare, &c. fonnt tie late Dr. Shebbeare.
18. Erasmus Saunders, esq. Fellow of 13. AlFdinburgh, the Hon. Baron Ru- 'All Souls College, Oxford. thertord of Fairnington.
19. Ai Newcalle, in his Sgth year, Mr. Six foim pnn, knight, M. A. F. A. S. at Gilbert Grey, Bookbinder. He served his Eat Dercham, Nortolk. He served the of apprentice!hip with Allan Ramsay the poet. fice of theriff in 1791. in 1787 he pub Mr. John Gerard, auctioneer, Litchfieldthed th: Paiton Letiers, in 4 Vols. 410. friet, Suho. 14. A: Chatham,
Bunlıury, era. Sir Waliam Burnaby, bart. of Broughtoa Enda, of wounds recived in a duel with in Oxfordshire, a Captain in the Navy. Li wionant Ford on the 8ih.
Sir Francis Drake, bart, in St. James's Al Barborough ne.r Doncaster, the Rev. Place. Anuhnny Eyre, vos of the Reidcoviaries of Ai Northampion, in his 66th year, the Yuk Candeirol.
Rev. Williain Hughes, Vicar of All Sajats 7:». Ar Wiscanoe near Colchner, Daniel in that town, and of Spratton in that couny; Jaarvey, kosmorly co'r mard r of the Wiven. George Middleton, csq. conparaller of Mrs Cutein boule cuiter Halion d at that the customs of Leith. plo, ad h.
Lately Henry Tombes, efq. of Hardley, Lately at Beverliye John Featherstone, near Southampion, one of the verdurers of
New Forest. risicly at Coventry, jaines Soden, efq. 20. Mr. John Skuti, attorney, and one who lived itried the office of mayor of that of ibe Commillioners of the Court of Re. cily five tims.
queits lorthe Tower Hamleis :7. Mr. Trninas Decblc, Old Fish Sireet
21. In Upper Bronk.ltrect, Thos. Brand, Hill, in his 7 och year.
ely, of the Hoo, in Hertfora shire, Idento Juaes, clu. llortford-freet, Fiz The most woble Henry Duke of Newcas. 203-41.
c'c. He was born April 20, 1,20; fuco
inlis gth year.
Ceeded his brother as Earl of Lincoln 1730, Major Gore, Deputy Lieut. Governor of and his uncle as Duke of Newcaltle in 1768. the Tower. He married the 3d Oa. 1744 his cousin Lately, in Magdalen Hall, Oxford, P. Catherine, eldest daughter of Henry Pelo Perkins, esq. ftudent there. bam, efq. She died July 27, 2760.
6. Near the Lov Glass Houses, New 22. At Woolwich, in his g6th year, castle, Mary Creighton, and Ann Browa Dr. Irwin, Surgeon General to the Orde (widow afters. They were found dead in
their bed. Their ages together amounted to At St. Martin's, Stamford Baron, aged 84, 23 years. phe Rev. Michael Tyson, Dean of Stamford, 7. At Dunstable, James Tomlinson, csą. Archdeacon of Huntingdon, Rector of of Dorfold, Cheshire, in his 831 year. Gretford in Lincolnshire, and of Wittering Lately, Charles Ambler, eiq. Attorney in Northamptonthire.
General to the Quecn. He published a Mr. Richard Bott, Lower Thames-street.
volume of Reporis. 23. Sir John Sebright, of Beach wood, 9. Mr. Benjainin White, late Bookseller Merts, a General in the Army, and Colonci in Fleei-strer!. of the 18th reg. of fool.
10. Charls Ellys, esq. Captain in his At Edinburgh, Mr. James Playfair, archi Majesty's Navy. te& in London.
james Woolsey, esq. of Wellclo?cosquare Lately, in Frederick-street, Dublin, Thos. Coghlan, csg. of Strawberry Hill near Clog Al Cole, in the County of Wexford, he tan, in the King's County, meinber for ibe Rev. Daniel O'Conner. He had jud cfcapod borough of Angher.
from France, 24. Ac Royden in Elex, in the 7ed year La'ely, ar Newport, in the I fie of Wight, of his age, Ms. Edward Bickerstaff. the Rev. Miiliam Dickenfin, Rector of
25. Ac Hindon near Hereford, the Rev. Yarmouth, &c. in ihai Illaud, Master of Mr. Williams, son of Mr. Williams of the Free Grammar School, and Mayor of Landsdown Road.
that Borough, 26. The Right Hon. Countess of Digby. 11. William Brumm 1', esq. private Secreo Mr. Joseph Ashwell, of Church-streci, tary to the Earl of Guildford, during the Birmingham, aged 89.
whole of his Adminift:ation. 27. Samuel Chamberlain, esg. of Drake. Mr. John Browning, partner with Mt. free!, Red Lion-Square, and formerly of William Noitidye, woolfapler, Five-fous St. Anne's, in the 19 and of Jamaica, aged Lane, Surrey.
At Deal,' Edward Thorley, esq. Captain Mr. L. Wilkinson, Bookfeller, at Afple and Adjutant in the Eastern regiment of by.
Efex Millitia, March 1. At Eardley-house, the Right 12. At Bath, Lady Charlotte Maden, wife Hon. Maria, wife of Lord Eardley. of the Bishop of Peterborough, and filler
At Bath, Samuel Stephens, esq. of Tree of the Marquis Cornwallis. genna Castle, Cornwail.
At Padd ng'on, William Drewitt Smith, 2. John Morant, c'q. of Brockenhurst- apothecary, tonnerly of Philadelpliia, North house, Hants.
America. At Falmouth, Michael Terence M.Do Mr. Larkins, one of the East India Ship
Owners. nongh, many years commander of the Packet Boat, Tankerville.
13. Mr. Rowland Lickbarrow, of the 3. Ac Edinburgh, Lieutenant Col. Dal Inner Temple, alorney at law'. Tymple, of Fordall. He was the person Charles Browli, efq. of Sous ingto:)
, Sura who formed and took Fort Omoah.
fex. Lately, at Cork, Lieut. Col. Robert Gib Mr. Thos. Chippendall, of Blackburti.. bins, formerly in the service of the East Lately, the Rev. Samplon Newbery: B. D. India Company,
Rector of Builer, Herts, and late keikas 4. Mr. Stephen Bourne, Melksham, Wilts. of Exeter College, Oxford.
A: Haverford welt, Edward Waters, elą. 14. In the Vinlocis Alins Houses, Milan Maror of that town, and Justice of Peace end, Mrs. Bridget llayncs, aged 105 years, for the county of Pembroké.
one tronch, Mr. John llar ward.carpet and floor-cloch 16. L, Hauon Garden, rs. Charloise manufacturer, Newing'oa Caulen ay, Sur. Andree, rilist of the late Dr. Andree.
17. William Bond, erg. Park-liit, Cruso Lady Coalftoun, at Edinburgh.
don. 5. Sir Henry Gould, kui. aged 81, one Piter Mallard, erg. of Plinow. of his Majesty's Juilices of the Court of 19, Licui. Gen. Jumes Aturray, Colonel Common Pleas,
of the 72d or Highland got loos, and Lady Jare Buller, in her 75th year, uncle to the Duikc of Atbal. daughter of the late Earl Baihurll, and mo 20. Robert Cooper Lea, crg.o? Bc for de eteer of Jurige Buller,
EACH DAY's PRICE OF STOCKS FOR MARCH 1794
Comm. Excheq. Bills:
Stock. reduc. Consois. Scrip. 1777; Ann. Ann. 1778. Stock. Ann. Ann. 1751. Stock. Scrip. Bonds. Navy. Bills 1793 ! 79 1794. 21 153 67566 a 675 1001
19 pr sdir. 175. pr.
17 pr. 41 23 Surday 241 1541 675
18 pr. 41 24 158 67 | 663 a 4 673 824 1001
19 pr. 4* 75. pr. 201 1581 67 65 a 66
16 pr. 51
by 661 a
16 pr. 5$ 78. pr. 671 634 a 66 671 82
17 pr. 79. pr
57 99. pr.
100 91 67
18 pr. si
7 pr. 51 665 a 674 68 1003
17 pr. 5* 66; a 671 101
17 pr. 5 675 a 691 1011
17 pr. 5 75. pr 102 673 a 681 693
78. pr. 671 a 1018
78. pr. 671 a 69 101
17 pr 675 a 64 694
101ý . 07, a 691 1014
48 58. pr. 6742 695 1011
43. pr. 675 a
1015 N. B. In the 3 per Cent. Confols the higher and lowest Price of each Day is given ; in the other Stocks the highet Price only..
For APRIL 1794. (Embellished with, 1. A Portrait of HERBERT Crort. 2. A View of the CASTLE of ST. ANGELO a Rome. And z. The ALDOBRANDIN PALACE at FRESCATI.
Page Memoirs of Herbert Croft,
251 haps not generally known [continued], An Essay on the Human Mind, 252 including, Sir Jofua Reynolds--MiOn the Nature and Properties of Air, and chael Angelo.
286 the Reflections the Advantages we dė Matilda, a Fragment,
rive from it ought to lead us to make, 254 || Journal of the Proceedings of the Fourth Account of Nell Gwyno,
255 Sillion of the Seventeenth Parliament Anecdote of Charles Townsend and of Great Britain,
289 Alderman Baker,
State Papers : including, Declaration of An effe&tual Method of curing the Scab his Prussian Majesiy, delivered to the
in Sheep, by Sir Joseph Banks, Bart. States of the Germanic Circles affem F. R. S.
ibid. bled at Frankfort-Note from the Table Talk : including, Anecdotes of Secretary of State of the Republic of Henry Jones,
257 Genoa to the British Conful-Note Account of Archibald Bower (conclud.] 261 delivered by the Austrian Envoy at Account of Cherburg (concluded), 263 the Diet of Ratisbon, on the Part of Anecdotes of Longevity (concluded), 265 the Emperor, to demand the Sense of On Knowledge,
267 the Germanic States respecting the Essay on the Invention of Printing, 270 Necocsity of arming all the Inhabitanes London Review, with Anecdotes of on the Frontiers of Germany-DeclaAuthors.
ration of the King of Prussia against a Lettice's Letters on a Tour through va General Armament of the Inhabitants rious Parts of Scotland in the Year of the Empire,
303 1992; with Anecdotes of the Author, 272 Account of the Trial of Warren HarA Differtation on Anecdotes, 275 tingi, Ésy. [continued],
304 Berington's Memoirs of Gregorio Pan. Theatrical Journal: including, Plan and tani (continued],
276 Character of “ Fontainville Forest,” History of May. Flower, a Fairy Tale,
a Play, with the Prologue and EpiStedman's History of the Origin, Pro. logue ; and Netley Abbey, an Opegress, and Termination of the Ameri
ratical Farce, can War (concluded),
ibid. Poetry : including, Address to the River The Medallion, by S. Pearson, 282 Gippin - Verses on visiting Lord Gray's Letters during the Course of a Delawar's Cottage, near Lymington
Tour through Germany, Switzerland, - Ambition, an Ode, by Mr. Thomas and Italy, in the Years 1791 and 1792, 283 Adney-Verses composed in a Stage Miss Robinson's Shrine of Bertha, a Coach-On Solilude, by James JenNovel,
285 ningsm Ailun a' Roon, an old Irish Adele de Senange, ou Lettres de Lord Air, set to Music, &c.
136 Foreign Intelligence from the London The Life of J. P. Briffoi, written by Gazette Himself,
ibid. Domestic Intelligence Drofliana, No. LV. Anecdoles of Illur. Promotions, Marriages, Monthly Obituary trious and Extraordinary Persons, per.
Prices of Stocks
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and J. DEBRETT, Piccadilly.
Mr. Mozer's Poem on Somerset House in our next.
Damocles is under contideration. The length, we fear, will be an insurmountable objection.
The View of the manner of finking a Cone at Cherbourg will appear in our next, as will alís The sccount of sbe Castle of Sc. Angelo, at Rome, and The A dobrandin Palace, ai Frejcali
AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from April 5, lo April 12, 1794.
838 10 York
023 0 24
Wheat Rye | Barl. 1 Oats | Beans." COUNTIES upon the COAST, d. s. d. s. d. s.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oars Beans. London 00 oloo oloo ooo ooo o Eflex
48 2132 032 10:25 636 6 Kent
200 0 32 223 934 9 INLAND COUNTIES. Suflex
031 925 4.000 Middlesex 49 10 0 32 733 925
o Suffolk 47
C 32 3/24 10 33 4 Surry 50 1031 725 8 40 4 Cambrid. 43 9.28 4.31
8120 10 36 5 Hertford 49 000 0 34 325
129 924 932 2 Bedford 0 33 7,25 8.40
Lincoln 49 6 37 0132 I 120 Hunting. 47 700 031 1025
0 20 4 37 Northamp.49 836 034
Durham 42 11:38
029 420 0'39 4 Rutland
O Northum.43 3'35 025 519 8,000 Leicester 54 700 9.25 8.46 4 Cumberl. 55 642 828 019 660 Notting. 55 340 135 10 25 045 :0 Westmor.56 241 1 29 11 20 1 000 Derby 56 oco 0 38 0 24 046 3 Lancash. 56 uoo 038 525 342 Stafford 56 11 00 423 1044 11 Cheshire 55 600
012 ( 10 000 Salop 53
40 923 951
6 Gloucest. 52 500 036 1 26 842 $ Hereford 51
3'40 0 36 10 24 649 5 Somerset 50 10'00 0 32 4 20 8,40 O Worcester 53 536 2 39 6 28 845 11 Monmou.56 2'00
-937 120 1000 o Warwick 55 4,00
53 4.00 029 318 gloo o Wilts 44 4,00
031 10 25 42 6 Cornwall 52 200 0 26 10 17 6100 0 Berks 49
48 000 030 0,21 6400 Oxford 53
8 28 4.40 10
Hants 46 uloo 032 9'25 10138 Bucks 0 27 4 40
400 51 400