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the fupplies that were desired to the full tryman wanting to cross the river, casually amount of every estimated expence ; por got into a boat, with an intent to convey have they omitted at the same time to pro- himself over; but not knowing how to vide for the speedy reduction of the pational manage the boat, he drove to sea, and actudebt by a considerable finking fund, and to ally arrived at Calais on the Tuesday followcontinue to the agriculture, the filheries, and ing, from which place an account was rethe rising manufactures of the kingdom, the ceived last Saturday of his being safe and bounties necessary for their support.

well. “ Great as these taxes are, they are libe- “ The following remarkable circumstance rally and chearfully given, in the most firm happened at Desning Lodge, near Gazeley, and full confidence that from your Grace's in this county. Mrs. Bridgeman, wife of experience, wisdom, and affection for this Mr. Bridgeman, farmer, resident at the above kingdom, they will be found effectually co place, having for a considerable time been answer the end proposed, of supplying the Atrongly prepossessed by dreams, that a perwhole of the public expence, and preventing son was buried in their wash-house, deterany further accumulation of debt."

mined to examine the place; and about a The Royal Assent being given to the seve. fortnight fince employed some people for sal bills whicb were ready, and the House that purpose, who, after digging a considerTcturned, a vote of thanks to the Speaker, able time, found a hair trunk, or portmaa. for his excellent speech, was unanimously teau, in which were contained the bones of agreed to.

a grown person, and a child of about ten April 1. At the final close of the poll weeks old, supposed to have been buried for the borough of Lancaster, yesterday, the twelve or fifteen years, and from the singulanumbers were-For Sir George Warren, rity of their being deposited in a box, there 1166; for Mr. Lowther, 1140 : Majority is great reason to apprehend that they are for Sir George, 29.-A scrutiny being de- the remains of persons who were murdered." manded by Mr. Lowther, the returning of- 5. A letter from Philadelphia says, ficers having heard the arguments of all the “ Those who went formerly by the denoCounsel on both sides, and having advised mination of Members of the Church of En' with their Counsel, were unanimously of gland in this part of the world, can now be opinion, that a scrutiny was unnecessary and no longer distinguished by that name, having inexpedient, and therefore refused to grant framed a new religious system to themselves, the same; and Sir George Warren was de- under the title of the Episcopal Church. An clared duly elected.

assembly of the Clergy of this infant church 4. Came on the election of a Governor has been held in this city, in which Mr. and Deputy Governor of the Bank of En- Wharton, late Chaplain to the Catholics of gland for the year ensuing, when

Worcester, prelided, for the purpose of reGeo. Peters, Esq. was chosen Governor, and forming the Church of England. 'They lopEdward Darell, Esq. Deputy Governor. ped off nineteen of the Thirty-nine Articles,

And on Wednesday came on the ele&tion blotted the Nicene and Athanalian Creeds of twenty-four Directors, when the follow- from the Liturgy, and expunged the article ing gentlemen were chosen :

" He descended into Hell," from that of the Sam. Beachcroft, Esq. | Daniel Giles, Esq. Apoftles.” Daniel Booth, Esq. John Harrison, Esq. 12. The following malcfactors we Tho. Boddington, Esq. | T.Scott Jackson, Esq. brought out of Newgate, and executed Roger Boehm, Esq. Richard Neave, Esq. facing the debtors door, viz. Thomas Ta. Sam. Bosanquet, Esq. | Edward Payne, Esq. tum and Samuel Francis, for breaking open Lyde Brown, Esq. Chrift. Pullen, Esq. the house of John White, in Holywell-treet, Richard Clay, Esq. Thomas Raikes, Esq. St. Clements, and Itealing a quantity of lilks, William Cooke, Esq. Godf.Thornton, Esq. value zool. and upwards. William HoughBicknell Coney, Esq. Sam. Thornton, Esq. ton and Thomas Horton, for break ng open • Thomas Dea, Esq. Mark Weyland, Esq. the house of Mary Humphreys, in Bainbridge

William Ewer, Esq. Benj. Winthrop, Esq. Arect, and stealing divers goods. CornePeter Gaussen, Esq. J. Whitmore,jun. Esą lius Croome, for breaking into the house of

A few days since the Albion Mill, on the Elizabeth Bell, in High-Itreet, St. Giles's, Surrey side of Blackfriars-bridge, began and stealing a quantity of lead, the property working. This mill, the larget" in the of Joseph Kirkman. john Howes, for breakworld, has been erected by the proprietors ing open the house of Richard Hucknell, for supplying this great retropolis with and stealing four or five shiilings in money. Rour, and of course reducing the price of Thomas Burdett, for breaking open the bread. The machinery is worked by the house of John Chancellor, at Holywelloperation of steam.

Mount, and fealing a quantity of watches, Extrait of a Letter from Yarmouth, in Norfolk, a 101. Bank Note, &c. George Lyons and April 3.

Thomas Hopkios, for breaking open the " Yeserday se'onighi a most extraordi- house of T. Bower, in Cable-Arcet, White. nary circumfíance occurred bere. A coun. chapel, and stealing a pocket-book, conmin.



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ing a sol. Bank Note, a Bill of Exchange, Twyman was examined on Sunday afternoon, &c. "And John Kitsall, for robbing James but for a long time denied any knowledge of Gray, near the Spaniard's, at Highgate, of the murder, and though only twelve years of a gold watch. They all behaved in a man- age, kept to one account lo artfully that it ner that became persons in their unhappy was with the greatest difficulty he was wade situation. One dying a Roman Catholic, to consess the truth; at last be owned that was executed with his back towards the rest C. Twyman did kill Ancell, and gave this of his fellow-sufferers.

relation :- " Twyman was on horse-back, 13. The following molt barbarous and in- and overtook the deceased about cleven buman murder was committed on Tyler's on Satarday night a short distance from Mar. Green, near Godftone, in Surrey: - A vilo gate church-yard, on the road to Drapers; lain, a pauper belonging to the latter place, that he fire attempted to take a bag from having conceived some dislike to Mr. Burt, Ancell, and told him that he was an excisco an apothecary there, meditated his deatt, officer, but Ancell, knowing Twyman, callwhich he effected by attacking him fudo ed him by his name, and refused to give up dcoly, first knocking him down, and then his property; on this a scuffle ensued, and chopping bim about the head, face, and Twyman knocked Ancell down by a blow other parts, with a hand-bill, which he had on the head with a stout club stick. Ancell concealed for that purpose The horrid per- recovering a little, got as far as Drapers, gear petrator was immediately pursued and taken, half a mile from the place he was srit fruck; When in custody, he appeared totally un- but Twyman then came up with Ancell mindful of the consequences, and seemed to again, and knocked him down a second express great fatisfaction that he had so am- time. After this, the poor wretch got on plo gratified his diabolical revenge. Mr. his knees and bigged for mercy. Twyman Burt, who was a man of unexceptionable dismounted, shook hands, and promised he character, has left behind him six children, would not strike him any more, but almoft with a widow pregnant of the seventh. Soon at the same instant the blood-thirsty villain after the murder, one of the deceased's gave the unhappy man several violent blous gloves was found on the road, with his on his head, which fractured his skull, thea thumb in it. One of his hands was also made him (the boy) strike the deceased fenearly chopped off, and his skull broken in a veral times, while he was bleeding on the Shocking manner.

ground, and afterwards Twyman walked his It appears that the above villain is between horse two or three times over the body," 50 and 60 years of age, and that under pre- Thus finished the bloody fcene. tence of being maimed and decrepid, he had It is much to be lamented that this cruel for a long time received pay from the parish; murderer is not yet taken, but ftria search is but having been represented by Mr. Burt as making after him, and every step pursued to a proper object to work for his livelihood, 'hinder his getting away by water ; being well and his pay being hopped, he vowed ven. known in the Isle of Thanct and on the sea. geance againt Mr. Burt, and also against the coall, it is thought he cannot long cscape the overseers. Mr. Burt's little boy was with punishment due to his crime. The deceased his father when he was murdered ; was has left a wife and eight children, and the seized with terror, shrieked and ran away ; murderer has left a wife and five children. his cry, however, raised an alarm, which 'Monday afternoon the Coroner's Inqueft fat produced the villain's capture.

on the body, and brought in their verdia 16. John Ancell, a poor labourer at Sac- Wilsul Murder against the said Charles ket's-hill in Thanet, Kent, was found in a Twyman. field adjoining to Drapers, near Margate, 19. Came on the election of Six Directors with his skull fractured in a shocking man- of the East-India Company, in the room of ner, and many parts of his body terribly the six who went out by rotation, when on bruised. The following are the particulars casting up the ballot, about ten o'clock, of this horrid affair. "The deceased went the number were as follow : from Margate on Saturday evening about Mr. Sparks

755 cleven o'clock, when he parted with an ac


754 quaintance near the church-yard, to go home


746 to Sacket's-bil', and he was then much in


648 liquor. Soon afçerwards Charles Twyman,


647 of Bromstone, near St. Peter's, was seen to


628 go the same road on hors-back, with a boy


444 who lived with him behind him; a fufpicion


417 therefore fell on the said Charles Twyman, On which the first fix were declared duly which was strongly confirmed by its being elected. The first five, and Mr. Tatem, known that there bad been a dispute between were in the House lift. Mr. Travers was in him and the deceased some time since, and the Proprietors lift. that Twyman had threatened to be revenged Same day the Court of Directors of the ou the deccalcd. The boy who rode behind Eat-Iudia Company granted an annuity of




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zool. per ann, to Lord Macartney, as a con. son, for robbing Mrs. Chapman, of Unionbideration for the unexampled integrity and court, Holborn, of a quantity of pewier to ability displayed by that Notleman during the value of five pounds and upwards. He bis adminiftration at Fort St. George, behaved with that decency which became

Same day the Court of Directors of the his untimely end. ladia Company made the following arrange- 20. Jonathan Michie, and John Motteaux, ment of their servants at Bengal and Madras, Esqrs. were elected Chairman and Deputy in consequence of the new India Bill having Chairman of the East-India Company. received the Royal Allent, viz. Earl Corn- A list of the capital convicts at the different wallis is appointed Governor. General and towns for the Lent circuits only, 1786. Commander in Chief. - General Slope: re- York and city

15 Maidstone called, and to receive an annuity of 1500l. Lancaster


9 for life.- The Bengal Council to consist of Aylesbury 5 Kinglton

15 Earl Cornwallis, Melirs. Macpherson, Stables, Bedford

Ely and Stuart ; – and Mr. John Shore to suc• Huntingdon


8 ceed to the first vacancy in the Supreme Cambridge

Sarum Council. The system of uni in; the chicf, Thetford

Dorchester civil, and military authority to take place Bury St. Edmund 9 | Exon and city at cach Presidency; of course, Governor Sir Northampton 3 | Launceston Archibald Campbell is appointed Governor Oakham


19 and Commander in Chief at Madras.-Ge- Lincoln and county 8 Abingdon Deral Dalling also recalled with an annuity Nottinghain & town 5 Oxford of one thousand pounds a year for life. Derby

3 | Worcester and city18 The Madras Council to consist of Sir Archi- Leicester & borough 6 Stafford

16 bald Campbell, Messrs. Daniel, Davidson, Coventry 2 Shrewsbury 3 and Caslamajor:


Hereford Same morning was executed before the Hertford

Moomouth deblors door, a Newgate, Henry Thomp- Chelmsford Gloucester and city 16

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FILLIAM Lord Craven to be Lord Henry Crosdale, Esq. to be Lieutenant of

Lieutenant of che county of Berks. his Majesty's Yeomen Guards, vice Vahas Sir Guy Carletun, to be Capiain-general Garrick, Esq. religned. and Governor in Chief in and over the Pro- Bamber Gascoigne, Esq. to be Receivervince of Quebec, in America, vice Sir general of the Cuitoms, vice William WelFrederick Haldimand, K. B.

Tith, Esq. resigned. Sir Guy Carleion to be Captain-general Lieutenant General Thomas Hall to be and Governor in Chief in and over the Pro- Colonel of the 3d Regiment of Foui, vice vince of Nova Scotia, including the Islands

William Siyle. of St. John and Cape Breton, in America, Major Gcucral Sir George Osborn, of the vice John Parr, Esq. and of the Province of 3d Regiment of Foot Guards, to be Cologe New Brunswick, in America, vice Thomas of the 711t Regiment of foot, late ihe 2d Carlcion, E!q.

baitalion of the 420. Sir Guy Carleton to be General and Com- Thomas Irving, E [q. to be Inspector-gemander in Chief of his Majesty's forces in neral of the imports and exports of Great the above-mentioned Provinces and Islands, Britain, vice John Pelham, Esq. dec. and within the Inand of Newfoundland, The Honourable Lieutenant-general Sir

Lieutenant Colonel Chriltopher Horsíall William Howe to be Coloacl of the end to be Lieutenant Colonel of the 58th Regin Regiment of Light Dragooris, vice Sir Joha ment of Foot, vice Gavin Cochran; and Burgoyne. Brevet Major Browne to be Major, vice C. Major-General Richard Grenville, of the Horsfall.

Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 1o The Rev. William Collier, B. D. Hebrew be Colonel of the 2gd Regiment of Fooi. Professor in Cambridge Univerfity, elected Gen. M'Arthur to be Governor of the into a Senior Fellowship of Trinity Colleges, Bahama 18ands, vice Colone Maxwed, in the Room of Dr. Bentley, dec.



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EPTIMUS Hodson, M. B. of Caius Col- George Bullard Greaves, Esq. merchant lege, Cambridge, to Miss Afleck, da. of of Sheffield, to Mils Clay, daher of June

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The Rev. John Camplin, jun. M. A. At Calcutta, Capt. William Kirkpatrick, Minor Canon of Bristol cathedral, to Miss Secretary to Gen. Sloper, to Miss Maria Se. Williams of Bristol.

ton Pawson, daughter of the late George At Brinkworth in Wilts, Mr. Potter, aged Pawson, Esq. wine-merchant, of London. 21, to Mrs. Wiltfhire, aged 86; the amia- The Rev. Mr. Luxmore, Rector of Queenble bride was with difficulty conducted to square Chapel, to Miss Elizabeth Barnard, the alcar between the bridegroom's two daughter of the late Rev. Mr. Barnard, Felo hilters.

low of Eton College.
The Hon. Lady Horatia Waldegrave, Isaac Lloyd, Esq. of Great Marlow, Bucks,
second daughter of the Duchess of Gloucester, to Miss Maria Johnstone.
to Captain Conway, 2d son of Lord Hertford. John Bacon Foster, Esq. of Northumber.

At Madras, John Chamier, Esq. Military land, to Miss Sarah Beaver, daughter of the
Secretary to the Presidency of Madras, to late Peter Beaver, Esq. of Farnham.
Miss Grace-Georgiana Burnaby, lister of Sir The Rev. Mr. Jones, Fellow of New
William Burnaby, Bart.

College, Oxford, and Rector of Witching-
Richard Long, Esq. jun. eldest son of ham in Norfolk, to Miss Springer, of Lynde
Richard Long, of Rood-Ashton in Wilts, hurft.
Esq. to Miss Florentina Wrey, filter to Sir William Boscawen, Esq. second son of the
Bourchier Wrey, Bart.

late Gen. George Boscawen, to Miss Char.
At Bruffels, the Right Hon. Lord John lotte Ibbetson, daughter of the late Dr. Ib-
Russel, only brother to the Duke of Bed- betson, Archdeacon of St. Alban's.
ford, to the Honourable Georgiana Elizabeth Richard Remington, Esq. of the 26th
Byng, second daughter of the Right Hon. regiment of Font, to Miss Blonel, daughter
Lord" Viscount Torrington, his Britannic of the late Plaxton Bloncl, Esq. of Duiñeld,
Majesty's Minister Plenipotentiary at that Derbyshire.

John Barritt, confectioner at Lincoln, to The Rev. Christopher Taylor, of Blash- Mrs. Barlow, whose ages together make 134 ford, Hants, to Miss Lisle, of Moyles Court. years. This is the fourth time this couple

George Powell, Esq. of Belton in Rut- have attended the altar of Hymen. Mrs. landshire, to Miss Hartop, daughter of the Barlow's last husband was buried on the lace Edward-William Hartop, Esq. of Little- same day as Mr. Barritt's last wife, about Leicestershire.

two months since.
Thomas Smith Barwell, Esq. of Clarges. Mr. John Ayton, of Albion-place, to
Atreet, to Miss Unwin, of Wootton-Park, Mifs Eliza Esdaile, daughter of J. Esdaile,

Esq. of Beccles, Suffolk
Somerset Davies, Esq. of Wigmorstre, to Thomas Wildinan, Esq. of Lincoln's-ina,
Miss Hammond, of Bloomsbury-square. to Miss Harding, of King's-road, Bedford-

The Rev. William Stratford, of Corpus
Christi College, to Miss Bridgeman of Inip, The Rev. Mr. Fielding, of Stratford-hall,

Yorkshire, to Miss Rymer, of Cotham-Stubb,
The Rev. William Hagoitt, rector of Durham.
Armthorpe in Yorkshire, and Bromley in Richard Hunt Muckelfield, Esq. of Til-
Kent, to Miss Chambers, of Paddington. bury-hall, Essex, to Miss Calvert, daughter

The Rev. John Symonds, of Bere-court, of the late Peter Calvert, Esq. of Hadham, to Miss Jine May, of Pangbourn, Berks. Herts.

James Slantey, of Lincoln's Inn, A! Chelsea, James Hayward Poole, Esq.
Miss Cornwall, daughter of John Cornwall, to Miss Lucy Anne Coulihurst.
Efq. of Portland-place.

jones, Elq. to Miss Stead, of Mil-
William Mills, Esq. of South-Audley: man-Street, Bedford-square.
Arect, to Miss E. Digby, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Chaunter to Lady Harington.
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23. At Edinburgh, Col. Gavan Cochraa, Bucks, aged 84, one of the partners in now in the Castle there. the fail cloch manufactory at Newbury, 24. Mrs. Reymer, widow of the late Mr. Berks.

Reymer, late an eminent druggist, of Not16. At Lisboa, Edward Mayne, Esq. tingham. This woman, whose maiden name

22. John Grayhurst, Esq. near Mon- was Miss Alh, of Lincoloshire, had a fortune mouth.

of goool. She has had four husbands, viz. Marmaduke Browning, Esq. aged 93. He Mr. Levers, grazier ; Mr. Willington, drugo had been in the army upwards of 50 years, gift ; Mr. Footit, druggift ; and Mr. Rey: and served under the Duke of Cumberland mer, druggilt, a German. In 1780 the left at Cullodea.

husband left Nottingham suddenly; in a


his age.

month after the wife followed him, with all 2. The Rev. Mr. Burrell, sen. Rector and the calh she could raise; nothing was heard Patron of Letheringsett, in Norfolk. of her for four years, when she was brought 3. In Ireland, the Rev. Walter Shirley, by a pass, in the molt abject condition, from brother to the Earl of Ferrers. Bristol. She has ince been taken care of by 4. Miss Louisa Burgoyne, daughter of the her younger fon by the first husband, and late Sir Joho Burgoyne, Bart. died of grief in the 634 year of her age. At Stoken Church, in Oxfordshire, Mrs.

Lately, at High Worlal, Yorkshire, Mr. Mason, relict of John Mason, Esq. in the Marmaduke Angel, oged 101:

tooth year of her age. 25. The Rev. John St. John, Rector of At Clare, in Ireland, Jonathan Beresford, Farley and Hartley, in Hampshire.

Esq. aged upwards of 107 years. He was Lately, in France, Captain Rumbold, of an officer in the rebel army in 1715, and the guards.

after the defeat he escaped to France, where 26. Mrs. Mac Nally, wife of Leonard he continued till the first year of the reign Mac Nally, Esq.

of George II, when his friends obtained bis At Lancaster, Edward Norton, Esq. Mem- pardon, and he afterwards lived retired. ber for Carline, third son of Lord Grantley. 5. Mrs. Kipling, widow of Henry KipAt Bath, Dr. Pollard.

ling, Esq. deceased. Lately, at Bromley, in Kent, aged 84, Alieicester, Mr. Waters, of London. He Mrs. Philippa Maria Stubbs.

had been the Northern circuit, and the day Lately, in the Eaft-Indies, Thomas Shad. before married, at Burton upon Trent, Miss well, Esq. formerly Secretary to Lord Grani- Holland, daughter of the Rev. Mr. Holland, ham at the Court of Spain, and son of the of that place. The same morning the newlate Richard Shadwell, Esq. Chief Clerk in married couple see out for town, intending the Sccretarv of State's Office,

10 Qeep at Leicester; but the sudden hand of 27. Ai Nice, the Right Hon. Sack- death came upon the bridegroom, and before ville, Earl of Thanel, Hereditary Sheriff of the next morning he left a widowed bride, and Weitmoreland. His Lordship married Mary, was himself no more. [We cannot upon this the only daughter of Lord John Sackville, melancholy occasion but point out to our and sister of the present Duke of Dorset. readers a beautiful passage from Hervey.

28. Mr. Gabriel Gouldaey, of Clifton, " What a memorable proof is here of man's near Briftol, a Quaker, in the 81st year of " frailty in his belt citate! Look! Oh! look

“ on this crent, ye gay and careless! The Ai Jamaica, Rear-Admiral Innis, Com- " nuptial joys were all he thought on, and mander in Chief of his Majesty's thips upon “ such the breathings of his enamoured soul! tbat ftation, in the 85th year of his age. " Yet a little while and I shall enjoy the ute

29. Al Hampftead, Charles Grove, Esq. “ most of my wishes; I shall call my charformerly a tea-broker in the Poultry. 66 mer mine; and have in her whatever my

In Charles-street, Westminster, the Rev. “ heart can crave. In the midst of these Mr. Shield.

“ enchanting views had some faithful friend Ac Doncaster, Bryan Cooke, Esq. « reminded him of an opening grave, and the

At Fingal, in Yorkshire, aged 83, the " end of all things, how unsealunable would Rev. Thomas Nelson, Rector of that parish " he have reckoned the admonition!-Yet upwards of 50 years.

" though all warın with life, and rich in viIn New Inn, John Chalmers, Esq. former- “ fionary bliss, he was then tottering upon ly of the Island of Jamaica.

" the brink of both. Dreadful viciffitude! The Rev. John Markham, Rector of " to have the bridal festivity turned into fue Backwall, Somerset.

" neral solemnity! to be Shipwrecked in the 30. At Rugby, in Warwickshire, Mr. Pe. very haven, and to perish in the light of her Clare, of Chancery-lane, furgcon. He “ happiness.”] was author of " An Essay on the Cure of Ab- Lately, on Hampstead Heath, Hugh Aascefles by Caustic, and on the Treatment of derson, Esg. Wounds and Ulcers, with Observations on 6. In Conduit-ftreet, Hanover-square, fome Improvements in Surgery," 8vo. Prince Peter Gagarin, a Russian noble1779.

3i. Ia the Fleet Prison, Martin Williams, Jobo Parsons, Esq. Mayor of Leicester, Elg.

Mrs. Lucas, wise of Josiah Lucas, Esq. of 7. Gcorge Ross, Esq. of Cromarty, MemSt. Alban's-street, Pall-Mall.

ber for Kirkwall. Lady Hanham, of Dean's Court, Dorset. The Rev. Richard Green, Vicar of Rad.

The Rev. Joseph Payne, of Buckland, cliffe, Buckinghamshire. brother to the Countess Dowager of North- Miss Barham, youngest daughter of Joseph ampton and Lady Frances Seymour. Foster Barham, Érq. of Bedfordshire.

APRIL 1. In Argyle-treet, William At Worcester, Nathaniel Jefferies, Esq. Campbell, Esq. formerly Captain of a Com. formerly goldsmith to her Majesty. pany in the 3d regiment of guards.

8. Joha Pelham, Esq. of Crowburst, in Suflex.



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