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24. At Tunbridge, Kent, William Wills, Lately the Rev. Mr. Newton, Rector of Eiq. aged 69.

Newnbam Courtney, in Oxfordshire, which Lately at Newnham, near Oxford, Mr. preferment he had held upwards of 50 Charles Blizard, farmer, aged 107 years. years.

25. Ai Lancoter, Henry Rowlinfor, Esq. Feb. 1. Ar Brusle!s, George Beauclerk. late member for the Borough of Liverpool. Duke of St. Albaus, Earl of Burford, Here.

Ac Brochiestry, Lincolnshire, the Lady ditary Reg. of the Court of Chancery, of Charles Anderson Pelham, L'q.

Lord Lieutenant and Cultos Rotulorum Lately at Salisbury, Francis Powell, Esq. the county of Berks, and High Steward of only son of the late Sir Alexander Powell. Windfor.

26. Thomus Southouse, Esq Charlotte- At Duomow, Effex, Mary Jones, aged Street, Bedford-square.

107. At Feverfh m, in the goth year of his age, Lately at Tetbury, Ann Davis, upwards Mr. George March.

of 10 2 years of age.—This woman had the Mrs. Elizabeth Afhurst, aged 82, widow perfect use of her faculties till the last miof William Ashurst, Esq. of Hedingham

She had not been out of her room for castle,

upwards of 30 years, nor ever during that Mr. John Palmer, late wheeler to the time, even in the most extreme weather, Earl of Sahibbury. Being 100 years of age would suffer any fire in her chamber. on Michaelmas Diy lalt it was celebrated at 2. Mr. Thomas Peacock, glass merchant, his Lordship's expence.

Chatham-place, Black-friars-bridge. 27. At Windsor, John Cheshire, Esq. Mrs. Bennet, of Merlin's Cave, Sp3

Mrs. Elizabeth Woodbine, widow of John Fields. She was the succellor of her ur.cie, Woodbine, Esq. of East Durham, in the 82d Mr. Hood, who opened the above house for year of her age.

public entertainment, for several years be28. At Bath, Miss Wilkinson, of Hen- fore Welch Fair, now held at Barnet, was low, Bedfordshire.

removed from the Spa Fields. At Durha'ni, Thomas Witham, M. D. Mrs. Mountney, of Woolwich Warren.

Al Bunti, Scotland, Sir William Dunbar, At Richmond, Surry, Mr. Charles Brown, of Durn, Bart.

builder. 29. In the octh year of his age, Mr. Bode, Al Mitcham Common, Mr. Edward one of the principal clerks belonging to the Nah, late of Mircham Mills. General Post-office,

Lately at Leeds, Joseph Tatham, a QilaLitely at Hickering, the Rev George ker, and formerly an eminent school-mar. Howes, Rector of that parish with Mattil. ter. hall Borough annexed.

3.

At Poplar, Captain Barnston, aged 30. Richard Hardwicke, Esq. of the 101, upwards of 60 years in the Leeward Cottoms, aged 37.

Illands Trade. Al Ginoicocks, near Stroud, Gloucester. At Dublin, Mi. John Vandermere, cohire, William Kniglie, Ely.

median, formerly belonging to the HaymarThe lady of Sir William Ogilvie, of Banas, ket Theatre. Bart.

Mifs Emma Long, sister to Sir James At her loure in Great Ormond street, Tylney Long, at Draycot, Wiltshire. Queen-1qu13re, the honourable Elizabeth 4. The Rev. Mr. Darell, Rector of IbLangdale, filter to the lice Lord Langdale, Rock in Leicestershire, and of Uppingham of Holme, in the county of York, in the in Rutlandthire, and Lecturer of St. Olure's, 530 Fear of her age.

Old Jewry. He was many years Chiplasia At Edinburgh, Mrs. Margaret Murray, to the late Duke of Bedford, and private widow of the honourahie james Murray, Tutor to the late Marquis of Tavittock. many years president of the Council for the Lately at Birmingham, in her 76th year, Province of North Carolina.

Mrs. Ward, Grandmother to Mrs. Siddors. Dr. David Spencer, physician, at Edin- 5. · Henry Kitchen, 'E'q. alderman of burgh.

the ward of Farringdon Within. Branton Kuks, Esq. Charlotte-street, 6. The lady of Admiral Sir Francis Rathbone-place.

Drake, at his feat near Guildford. Lately at Beestor., in Wettphalia, Mr. 7. Ac Spring-Gardens,Glynn, Esq. Ciootter, aged 125. He had served as an At Edinburgh, Mr. Joseph Thomson, of officer in the armies of the Emperor, and Norton Hall. the kings of Denmark and Sweden, near Mr. John Wilkins Jepson, Attorney, at Ten years.

Bath,

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Lately, in her journey to the South of Mr. David Bennet, principal Clerk of the France, Miis Oliver.

General Pott-Office, Edinburgh. Lately in Ireland, Mr. De Courcy, fa- 15: At Tern-Hill, Worcestershire, the ther of the Rev. Richard De Courcy, of Rev. Dr. Boyce, Rector of St. Bury, in Shrew Sury.

Gloucestershire. Samuel Wale, Esq. Profeffor of Per. Lately, Mrs. Perrott, wife of Dr. Per. spective to the Royal Academy.

rott, of Braintree in Eflex. 12 Gydnin's figldi, William Waru- 16. Rivers Dickenson, Elq. an eminenc dell, Esq. upwards of 40 years a Merchant Brewer of St. John's Street, Clerkenwell. in Philadelphia, from whence he returned 17. In Warwick-street, Grosvenor-square, when the troubles began.

Joseph Elmondson, Esq. Mowbray Herald 8. At Parlington, in Yorkshire, the Lady Extraordinary at Arms, Herald Painter to of Sir Thomas Gifcoigne, Bart. She was the his Majesty, and F. A. S. Widow of the late Sir Charles Turner.

Mrs. Elphinttone, widow of the late 9. Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Hay, of Captain Elphinstone of the Navy, and late Gynde Bourne, near Lewes.

Admiral of the Ruilian Fleet. Mrs. Hunter, wife of John Hunter, Esq. 18. John Bindley, Esq. formerly one of member for Leominster.

the commitioners of Excite. Lieutenant General Theodore Dury, in James Lord Colvil, eldest son of John the 87th year of his age.

Lord Colvil, of Culrors. Sir Celar Hawkins, Bart. Serjeant Surge- Thomas Powry, Esq. clerk of the works on to the King.

at Woolwich. Mrs. Bagot, wife of the Hon. and Rev. Peter Verbruggen, Esq. cannon founder to

the King. 10. Mr. Pilkington, Coal Merchant, At Epfom, is the 104th year of her age, Cannon Row, Westminster.

Mrs. Sarah Buíby. 11. Mrs. Mary Cucke, Devonshire-Street, 19. At Windsor, the Rev. Dr. Bostock, Risen-Square.

Senior Prebend of the collegiate church 12. Samuel Marriott, Esq. Accountant- there. General in the Excite-Orive, aged 67.

Mr. Henry Atkins, an eminent fur. William Tennent, Esq. of New Broad- veyor in Lamb's Conduit-treet. Itreet Buildings.

At Richmond, Mr. Murriction, jun. 13. At York House, Twickenham, John Hawys, Esq. Johnson's Court, FleetJames Whitchurch, Esq.

Itreet. 14. Edward Chellyn, Esq. Proctor in

Luence Sullivan, Esq. many years Ductors Commons, who for several years

chairman of the East India Company. had retired from business.

Dr. Bagot.

20.

21.

turers.

B A N K R U P T S. ELIZA, Woolf, of the Minories, h..ber- Robert Peckham, and Wm. Par.

daher. James Smith, of Hornchurch, tholomew, Austin-friars, London, merchants, Cárcase-butcher. Tho. Leach, of Tower-ivill, Wm. Aldridge, King-Street, Bloomibury, tiaberdaither. Richard Chaffors, of Orping- and W. J. Aldridge,

Lower Tooting, lou in Kent, maltiter. William Baldwin, Surrey, Sweep-waihers.

Val. Hayley, of Barming in Kent, hop merchant. . An- Union-court, Broad-itreet, merchart. Henthoug Portington, of Alford in Lincolnshire, ry Burder, Leachilarie, Glouceiterihire, Cordwainer. James Baker, of Birmingham, wharfinger. Thomas Barth, York, fadler's button-maker. James Cunnir:g, of Bristol, ironmonger. George Churleton, NewcailleInen draper.

Thomas Hanson, of Birming- upon Tyne, merchant. J. Culler, Chou. ham, druggist. William Scholay, of King- bent within Atherton, Lancashire, nailor. iton upon Hull, linen-draper. Toomas Biro John Rowe, Falmouth, Cornwall, thopTok, of Wigan, Lancashire, ino-kecper. keeper. Thomas Whyhall, Baring-line, Juleph and Mary Saul, of Birminghan, tobacconilt. John Bruce, Aringdown-treet, Warwickshire, button-merchaut. William Panton-square, taylor. John Muirheul, AnHeadden, of Market Rafen, Lincoluthire, dover, Humphine, shopkeeper. Thomas mercer. John Finch, of St. John Wapping, Ward, Redcross-itreet, Surrey, cabinet-matobacconift. Thomas Pastridge, of Ostett, ker. Francis Labron, now or late of Ponte. Eliex, carpenter. Wm. Mailey and Jimes fract, in Yorkshire, Inn keeper, Melíry, Lymm, Chethire, cotton manufac

AVER AGE PRICES of CORN, from Feb. 13, to Feb. 18, 1786.

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Wheat, Rye | Barl., Oats Beans

S. d. s. d. s. ds. ds. d. London

4 112 112 1012
COUNTIES INLAND.
Middlesex
4 90 03

02
4' 3

6 Surry 4

03 12 74 5 Hertford

4
8.
9,2 11 2

44 2
Bedford
4 513 12 92

33 5 Cambridge 4 22 8 2 72 0 3 4 Huntingdon 4 20 O2 71 11:3 3 Northampton 4 8.

3 2 1112 13 5 Rutland

O2 102

13 7 Leicester

4 113
513

2

4 Nottingham 4 9 II 3 J 2

3,3 7 Derby

0.3

3'4 3 Stafford

5
03 9:2

4 4 10 Salop

5
3,3 10,3

II 2

75 7 Hereford

80
04

6.

5 4 Worcelter

4 10,0
3 II 2 8

5
Warwick
4 9,0

72 2 ; 11 Gloucester

5
60

3
82 8

+ 7
Wilts
5 30 013

74 10 Berks

4 80
03

64 Oxford

4 ICO

03 3.2 54 Bucks 4 70 2 JO2 33

8

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COUNTIES

upon

the COAST. Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans Ellex 3 1110 02 911 112 II Suffolk 4 1/2 92

61 112

TO
Norfolk

4 52 192 32 20
Lincoln
4 92 II2 82

03
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5 03 4.3 22

3 Durham

5 33
9,2 UI

4 Northumberl.4 93

42
61

8 Cumberland 5 3/3

42 9/1

8 Weltmorld. 6

03 13 1 1 100 Lancashire

5 60

013
812

14 3 Cheshire

5 53 93
Monmouth
5

2

1
Somertet
5

102 104 1 Divon

5
60

013 5,2 оо
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5 1,0 013 12
Driet

5
60
03

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5 00

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12 43 9 Kent 4 40 02 11 2

4 3

1
WALES, Feb 6, to Feb, il, 1796.
North Wales 5 44 513
South Wales Ś 413 913

2

60

03

30 50

3

5 100

5.4 61

82 II 5 6.2

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Feb. 1.

I.

Feb. 1. FOLLIES OF a Day–Virgin UA

THE A TRICAL REGISTER.
DRURY. LAN E.

COVENT-GARDE N.
OUNTRY Girl-Hurl: Burly.

2. Heirefs-- Dito 3 Heireis-Virgin Vomarked

2 Rule a Wife and Have a Wife Sultan 4 Strangers at Home-The Romp

3 Distreiled Mother- Poor Vulcan 6 Way to Keep Him-Virgin Unmasked 4 Provoked Holbard-Omai 7 Heiress - The Romp

6 Dittrelled Mother-Virgin Unmasked 8 Jane Shore-Humourist

7 As You Like It-Country Wire 9 Country Girl - Hurly Buly

8 Provoked Husband - Country Wife 19 Heiress-- Virgin Unmasked

9 Orphan-Country Wife ni Venice Preserved - Englishman in Paris 10 Beaux Stratagem-Virgin Unmasked 13 Sirangers at Home-Romp

u Man of the World-Country Wife 14 Heireis- Virgin Uumaiked

13 Love in a Village-Milsin Her Teens 15 Fair Penitent-Humourist

14 Which is the Man-Poor Soldier 16 Strangers at Home

-Romp

15 Love in a Village- Miss in Her Teens 17 Country Girl-Huly Burly

16 Which is the M -- Poor Soldier 18 As You Like It Projects

In Roman Father-- Love in a Camp 20 Jane Shore-Who's the Dape?

» 8 Merchant of Venice - Love-a-la-Mode 21 Strangers at Home-- Romp

20 Romeo and Juliet-Love in a Camp 22. Meiress-- Virgin Unmiked

21 Beggar's Opera---- Omai 23 labella-Gentle Shepherd

:? Wett Indian---Love in a Camp 24 School for Scandal---Rump

: ; Theodofius-----Ditto 25 Heiress- Virgin Unmasked

it Comedy of Errors - Omai 27 Country Girl-Critic,

25

Venice Preserved. Belvidera, Mirs Side
dons- --Three Weeks after Martuige,
Lady Racket, Mrs. Abington. For the

Benefit of Mrs, Henderson
:, Theodofius--Love in a Camp
28 Begs ar's Operi-mai

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MANNERS, and AMUSEMENTS of the AGE. By the PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY of LONDON.

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CONTAINING
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Page Ao account of Mrs. A. L. Barbauld, The Strangers at Home, a Comic Opera ; formerly Miss Aikin

with Anecdotes of Mr. Cobb 182 An Account of the Count de Vergennes 140* And a Variety of other new Publications. Piozzian Johnsoniana

142 | Journal of the Proceedings of the Third Original Letter to Villars Duke of Buck. Session of the Sixteenth Parliament of ingham from Katharine his Wife 144

Great-Britain : including Commons' Observations on Longevity. By Anthony

Debates on Fortifications-ImpeachFothergill, M.D. F. R. S. 145 ment of Mr. Hastings— Modification Obfervations on drinking Mineral Wa- of the Shop-Tax-Navy and Ordters. By Dr. Buchan

*150 nance Estimates---Militia ---Mutiny Remarks on Dr. Goldsmith's Essay

Bill-Mr, Dundas's new East-India the different Schools of Mufic," with Bill

185—202 the Doctor's Answer

153 | Poetry : including Verses to William Description of the Tomb of Rousseau, at Parsons, Esq. by Mrs. Piozzi; with Ermenonville

155

his Reply-Imitation of a Sonnet on An Account of the Life and Writings of an Air Balloony from the Italian of Dr. John Jebb

Parini. By Mrs. Piozzi-On Cambria, Different Modifications of Meaning in by Dr. Woolcot, &c. &c. &c. 203

which the Word Wit is used by Pope 160 Theatrical Journal ; including Plan and The London Review with Anecdotes Character of Dr. Delap's Captives, of Authors.

with the Prologue and EpilogueWarrington's History of Wales

Werter, a Tragedy-The PeruvianTrip to Holland

and the Prologue to The Fool

207 Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the He- Account of the Death of Prince Leopold

brides with Dr. Johnson (conținued] 168 of Brunfwick The India Guide: or, A Journal of a Political State of the Natior. ip of Eu

Voyage to the East Indies in the Year rope, for March 1786. No. XXV. 1780: Including, Description of a Monthly Chronicle, Preferments, Births, Ball at the Cape of Good Hope, and Marriages, Obitvary, Bankrupts, Baroof Society and Manners at Madras

173

meter and Thermometer, Prices of Mr. Pindar's Epistle to James Boswell, Stocks, Grain, Theatrical Register, Esq.

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A Reader of the Magazine - Pastor-Giles Overreach-R. S.-A.W.-Vulpes-- DemetriusIluthuria's Congreffud-and Lincs to a Lady's Cat, are received.

W. Uplon's Prologue, intended for Mrs. Henderson's Night, is too unfinished for Publication.

G. M.'s Narrative being without date, plase, or names of the parties, is too vague for insertion.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from March 13, to March 18, 1786.

Wheat, Rye Barl. Oats Beans COUNTIES upon the COAST. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.ls. d.

Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans London 4 713 이2

Ellex

4

ol2 71 113 COUNTIES INLAND.

Suffolk

4
12
912

61 112 Middlesex 4 9,0 O2

8,2
313 9
Norfolk

4 312 72 32 20 Surry 4 80 O2 II 2 54 5 Lincoln

4 72 112 Hertford 4 80 0 2 10 2

44
York

4 IT3 43 02 04 Bedford 4 53

82
413 5 Durham 5 03

8 2 JO 2 14 5 Cambridge 4 312

82
52 013 4 Northumberl.4 713 412

61 103

8 Huntingdon 4 2.0 02

62
03

Cumberland 5 43 512 91 114 Northampton 4 3

8 2

113 3 Westmorld. 5 63 103 OI I10 Rutland 4 912 33 5 Lancashire

5 14 3

62 24 Leicester 5

3
I 2 24 3 Cheshire

5 51 103 62 30 Nottingham 4 93 13 I2

313 5
Monmouth

5
60
13

6 2 410 Dei by 5 50 0:3 72 44 7 Somerset

5 30 03 10 2 9 Stafiord

5
03 72 6 4 10

Devon
5 5 03 52

IO Salcp 5 3 93 72 65 9 Cornwall

5 210

03 22 Hereford

03 62
95
Dorset
5 510 03

6 2 105 Worcenter

4 100
03 112 11 4 10 Hants

3

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5 Warwick 03 62

Suflex

4
610

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Gloucetter
5 50 03 10 2 8

4 7
Kent
4 610

2 10,2 Wilts

4,3 5

013 82 7 8 Berks

WALES, March 6, to March 11, 1786. 4 910 02 102 :4 2 Oxford 4 70 013 12 8

4 5 North Wales 5 414 313 412 1014 3 Bucks 4 60 02 912 33 7 South Wales

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STATE of the BAROMETER and THERMOMETER.
FEBRUARY, 1786.

20-29
- 68

42 BAROMETER. THERMOM. WIND. 21-29 59

40 26-29 80

E.N.E.

68 31 22-29

51 53

E. 30

23-29 27-29

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27-29 80 -

33 S
E.N.E.

31 229

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35
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31 · 93

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N.

PRICE of STOCKS,
05
5-30

5
N.

March 29, 1786.
6-19

E. Bank Stock, shut India Bonds, 46s prema 60 7-29

25

N.

New 4 per Cent.
04
N. 1777,

Bills

N. 9-30 23

32

5 perCent. Ann. 1784, Long An. 20 ??"

W.

28 TOS30

16ths 1 yrs. pur. 25

w.s.w. 3 per Cont. red. Thut 10 years shori Ann. II-3 - 05

3 per Ct. Conf. 69 * *

W. 12-29

41

N.E 13-29 77

Cent. 1726,

3 per
14--29
80

N.N.E.
32

3 per

Cent. 1751,
15-29
42
33

E.

South Sea Stock,

S.S.W. Old S. S. An.
29
44

Omnium,
17--29 37

39

New S. S. Ang.

E. 32

India Stock,

Prizes i dil. 52

W. 3 perCt. Ind. Ann.

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