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At Lynn, Scarlet Brown, Esq. formerly 16. At Ham Common, Charles Foster an eminent folicitor and cown-clerk of that Holte, Esq. place.
At Clay-hill, Epsom, Edw. Knipe, Esq. At Eaft-Sheen, Zachary Taylor, Esq. 17. Mrs. Ellen Short, of the Tower,
A: Bain, Hamilton Gorges, Esq. of the aged go. kingdom of Ireland.
18. Mrs. Athaw+s, wise of Mr. Edward 9. Mr. Wright, banker, in Henrietta. Athawes, of Cordwainers Hall. irect, Covent-gardın.
Mr. Wilcox, bookseller, near the end of Mis. Gibbons, widow of the late Rev. Charterhouse-lane, St. John's-freet, who D. Gibbons.
four months since came into poffeffion of Lately, on New Forest, Hampshire, Charles 7000l. bequeathed to him by his godfather, Strudwick, Esq. in the 1028 year of his age ; Mr. John Saunders, farmer and grazier, he acquired a considerable fortune in being of Mack worth, near Derby, aged 100. he agent for prifoners in the reigns of Queen was able to go about the farm and do bufio Ann, George I. and II.
ness until within a few days paft, when he Lately, at Middle, the Rev. Mr. Clarke, was feized with an ague, which carried Rector of Moretou Corbet, in Shropshire.
him off. Lutely, at Horwich, near Bolton, Rich. Mrs. Bland, wife of Mr. Bland, Sword. Pilkington, Esq. aged 92.
cutler to the King. 12. Lady Henrietta Vernon, relict of 21. In Budge-row, Mr. William Greene Henry Vernon, of Hilton Park, Stafford wood, merchant. fire, and one of the Ladies of the Bed- Lately, at his house in Bolton-row, of a chamber to the Princess Amelia.
disorder in his liver, the Hon. John Byron, Lately, Dr. Bolion Simpton, Vicar of Vice-Admiral of the White. He was bora Milford, near Lymington, and late Fellow Nov. 8, 1723, and was cast away in the of Queen's College, Oxford.
Wager man of war, one of Lord Anson's 13. John Marsden, Esq. of Gower-strect, squadron, and after suffering most extreme Bedtord-square.
bardships (of which he published a narra. Jonah Martin, Esq. late Governor of tive) for almost five vears, he re!urned to North Carolina.
England, and on Dec. 39, 1746, was apSamuel Ireland. Esq. of H. ddesdon, Hertsit pointed Captain of the Syren. In 1776 he At Brecon, in the 84th year of her age, became Rear-Admiral of the Blue, and in Miss Joan Gwynne, a maiden lady.
1778 Vice-Admiral of the White. In Au. Lately, at Paddington, Benj. Haliburton, gult 1748 he was married to Sophia, dangh. Ilg. lately arrived from Jamaica.
ter of John Trevanion, of Carhays, in ine 150 Mrs. Hartley, wile of Winchcomb county of Cornwall, by whom he has left Henry Hartley, E'q.
BANKRU P T S, APRIL 1786.
TENRY Page, of Great Queen-frot, St. Bennett, Hindon, Wilts, mercer. James Ew. monger. Jolin Marshall, G rrard-Areet, St. Peter's, ine of Ely, Cambridge, mere Sobo, money-scrivener. John Williams, chant. Thomas Newman, Little Brickhill, Swanlea, fhopkeeper. Stephen Beck, Wap- Bucks, lace-dealer. Juftina Sherwin, Louth, ping, brazier. Richard Nicoll, W'are, Hert- Lincolnshire, milliner. William Tobias ford fire, mall-tadior. Thomas Taylor, Greaves, Bristol, haberdasher. Heory Taye Lapworth, Warwickshire, dealer. john lor, Berwick-upon-Tweed, paper-manufac. Wilcock, Brindle, Lancashire, cotton-ma
Samuel Gilderdale, Thorne, York, mufacturer. James King and Joseph King, factor. Joseph Mackrell, Rye. Sullex, apo-. Newcattle upon Tyne, porters. Robert thecary. David Bowen, Lyílendy, Carmare Martland, Wapping-wall, groeer and 10- then, deales. John Arnold, Princes-itreet, bacconiit. Rubiri jones, Litzie Minories, Lothbury, merchant. Ebenezer Geary the merchant. Francis Barracloughi. Oid Mal- younger, Baringhall-Street, merchant. George ton, ronamhise, miller. Jono Molean and White the younger, of Nowingham, licea. *m. Buine, Newcaitle upon Tyne, spirit- draper. Richard Taylor, Manchetter, cole
Thomas Bland, Cornill, hat- ton-manufacturer. Richard Collins, W'kap. Alexander Gordon, Wootton-Basset, load, Lincolnshire, grocer, Ifaac Moor and Wilts, rallow-chandler. John Cooper, Lam- Thomas Moor, Tilbury, Essex, dealers. beth. dealer. Thomas Buckney, Earl-treet, Francis Hathway and John Preflon, Coreya Blackfriars, tiiber. merchant. Thomas Jones, lape, hofiers. James King, Newcastle-up, Bottic anu Hurit Grien, Suflix, dealer. Joseph on Tyne, glais - manufacturer. Richard Bentlev, High Holbetal, dealer. John Mapp, Droitwich, Worcelterhire, mera Whitehead, Bradford-Street, Bordesley in chant. Alton, in Birmingham, dealer. William
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M A AY, 1786. [Embellished with, 1. A Striking Likeness, engraved by Hoł L'OWAÝ, of the Řt. Hon,
WM. EDEN, Esq. 2. A Perspective View of the late M. DE VOLTAIRE's Chateau af
Page Some Account of the Rt. Hon. Wm.Eden, Great-Britain : including Lords DeEsq.
307 bates on a paper respecting theCivil Lift360* Political State of the Nation and of Eu- -Commons Debates on Mr. Hastings' rope for May, 1986. No. XXVII.
309 Petition to be heard in Person against Description of the late M. de Voltaire's Mr. Burke's Charges-Mr.* Powys's Chateau at Ferney
Motion on Canadian Act-Substance Royal Academy Exhibition for 1786 312 of Mr. Hastings' Defence-ExaminaOblervations on the Manners,, Customs, tion of Evidence on Mr. Burke's
Dress, Agriculture, &c. of the Japanese Charges---Mr. Sheridan's Motion [contin.)
313 against Mr. Pitt's Bill for reducing the Leaves collected from the Piozzian Wreath National Debt-Mr. Pite's Motion for
lately woven to adoro the Shrine of changing the Duties on Wine Dr. Johnson [concluded]
31. || Poetry; including La Partenza, by Mrs. of Great Men ;, and of Dr. Sam. Johnson 319 Piozzi-On the Pleasures of Poetry, Strictores on M, Reichardt's “Musical by William Parsons, Esq.-Prologue Travels"
320 and Epilogue to the Roman Father Some Particulars concerning the Life and Sonnet to Mrs. Smith, on reading her
Character of Capt. Cook. "By David Sonnets lately published--Epitaph on
Samwell, Surgeon to the Discovery 32 1 Dr. Johnson, by Soame Jenýns, Esq. Efsay on the Rise and Progress of Che- The Month of May, &c. &c. 362 mistry. By Dr. Watson
323 || Theatrical Journal : including Epilogue to An Account of the celebrated Comte De Shirley's Bird in a' Cage, by Captain Cagliostro [concluded]
Topham Epilogue spoken by Mrs. On Dwarfs; including some curious Cir. Pope at her Husband's Benet ---Occa. cumstances relative to Count Boru
fional Address, by Horatio Edgar Robo lawski, the Polith Dwarf
fon, Esq. for the Introduction of Miss Animadversions on the Style, &c. of Dr. . Thornton at Covegt-Garden, at her Gillies's '! History of Greece" 329
Sifter Mrs. Maytyr's Benefit-Prologue, The London Review with Anecdotes written by Mr. Colman, jun. to Cape. of Authors.
Topham's. Small-Talk-Prologue and Sylva; or the Wood
Epilogue, written by. George Keate, Supplement to Grose's Antiquities of Eno Esq. for the Representation of Cymgland and Wales
334 beline by the young Gentlemen of Mr. Discourses on Prophecy. By Dr. Apthorp 348 Newcombe's School at Hackney, &c. 368 Bozzi and Piozzi; or, the British Biogra- Poreign Intelligence i
phers, a Town Eclogue. By Peter Pin. Lord Lieutenant of Ireland's Speech on dar, Esq.
closing the Sessions of Parliament, Dr. Macfarlan's Tracts on Subjects of May 8, 1786
373 National Importance ; and a Variety Country News
ib, of other new Publications 356* | Monthly Chronicle, Preferments, Mar. An Account of the Life and Writings of riages, Obituary, Bankrupts, Barometer Capt. Edward Thompson
and Thermometer, Prices of Stocks, Journal of the Proceedings of the Third Grain, &c.
Seffion of the Sixteenth Parliament of Monthly Catalogue of Books for May 1986.
712 11 2
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS to CORRESPONDENTS' P. Quarre's MS. has been sent according to his direction,
Our Poétical Correspondents have encreased so very much, that it is not in our power to insert all their pieces immediately. We shall, however, pay attention to them in their turns. and, during the recess of Parliament, hope to be able to pay off our arrears.
G. H. is informed, that any original Letters from eminent persons will be acceptable. We shall have no objection to treat with him or any of bis friends on that fubject,
C. A.'s pieces, intended for this month, were by accident millaid. They will be inserted in our next.
Crito's Letter is returned to the post office, where it is probable he may find it, if he enquires. We never pay the postage for such nonsense. AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from May 15, to May 20, 1786.
Wheat Rye Barl., Oats Beans COUNTIES upon the COAST. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. . d.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Bean London 4 413 012 1112
оо COUNTIES INLAND.
Suffolk 4 1/2
61 II 2 Middlesex 4
6.2 10 2 Surry 4 710
44 4 Lincoln
4 113 23 3.2 34 Bedford
Northumberl.4 83 Huntingdon 4 02 712 13 1 Cumberland 5 53 3
24 Northampton 4 713 12 TO 2 3 10 Westmorld. 6
40 Nottingham 4 103
94 10 Stafford 5 3/4 93 42
Devon 5 8,0 5.2 30
6 2 84 7 Worcester 5 013 8 2 115 II Hants
4 9,0 013
02. 7,2 44 Gloucester
4 8 Berks
WALES, May 8, to May 13, 1786. 4 60
0 2 TO 2 Oxford 4 03
North Wales § 414 413 612 149
I 2 Bucks 4 41 012 9'2
South Wales 5 414 9
413 II 43 8
81 11 3
A fenn fleuruun
STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER.
N. 19-30 16
N. NE. BAROMETER, THERMOM. WIND. 20-30 14
N. 45 N. N.E. 22-3- - 5
24-30 - 17
W. M AY, 25-30 25
26-30 - 25
S. S. W.
PRICE of STOCKS,
May 27, 1786.
New S. S. Ann.
New 4 per Cent.
India Stock, 161
1777, 99 5-8ths af911 3 per Cl. Ind. Ann. 8-29 61
6 percent. Ann. 1785,, India Bonds, 475. a 48:
S. 1-29 30
3 per Cent. Bank red. New Navy and Via.
3 per Ct Conf. 72 ( a Long Ann.21 5-16th
10 years Short Ann.
3 per Cent. 1751, 1777,
30 years Ann. 1778, Old S. S. An. - Exchequer Bills,