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29. Mrs. Baker, wife of the Rov. Mr. and Philadelphia, daughter to W. Reveley, of Baker, rector of Burnet.

Newhy in Yorkshire, Esq. Upon the death 30. Philip Bell, Esq. in St. Paul's Church- of his grandfather (Sir Hugh Smithson, of Yard.

Stanwick, Barc.), which happened in the 31. Ac Dumfries, in Scotland, Charles year 1729, he succeeded to the title of Baronet, Stewart, Esq. of Shambelly.

and to his grandfather's estate; and upon the Lately, at Holbeach, in Lincolnshire, death of his relation, Hugh Smithlon, of Thomas Newell, in the 106th year of his Tottenham, Esq. he came into the pofTeffion age.

of other estates in Yorkshire and Middlesex; At Norwich, Mrs. Goodall, relict of the and also succeedel his relation as Knight of late Henry Goodall, D. D. Archdeacon of the Shire for the County of Middlesex, which Suffik, and Prebendary of Norwich cathedral. he represented in three Parliaments.' Upon

The Rev. Thomas Halstead, rector of the death of his father-in-law Algernon Duke Irstead, with the vicarage of Barton Turf an- of Somerset, whose daughter he had married, nexed, both in the County of Norfolk. he succeeded to the title of Earl of Northum.

Ai Leicester, aged 64. the Rev. Ms.Haines, berland, (upon his daughter's marriage) wth vicar of St. Martin's and All Saints in that the remainder to her husband, and their issue, town.

after the Duke's death.-The reason of his The Rev. Joseph Cardale, B. D. rector of creation was as follows:Hirughton Conqaeft, in Bedfordshire.

The Duke's mother (whose third husband In a very advanced age, John Hancock, was the Duke's father) was daughter and Esq. Senior Fellow of King's college, of sole heiress of Joceline, the last Earl of Norwhich society he was admitted in the year thumberland, which title was become ex. 1720.

tinet. Being so great an heiress, the was Suddenly, as he was reading over the married three times while a minor ; first, to funeral service and interring a corpse in the the Earl of Ogle, who died a short time after, church-yard at Tolland, in Somersetshire, the leaving no issue. She was next married to Rev. Mr. Morley, of Elworthy, in that Thomas Thynne, of Longleate, in Wilts, County.

Esq. but he was affiffinated in Pall-Mall, hy The Rev. Mr. Heald, rector of North- some ruftians, hired by Count Conigsmark, repps and Beeston St. Lawrence, both in the whose object was

to marry the widow. County of Norfoik.

Her third husband was the Duke of Somerset, June :. Ac Glasgow, Scotland, Donald and she was still a minor, as was also the Campbell, Esq. of St. Catherine's.

Duke, by whom she had the above Algernon ; Mrs. Richardson, wife of Mr. Rowland who succeeded his father, as Dake of Somer. Richardson, of London-street.

set, and possessed all the Percy estates.2. Captain James Onway, at Poplar, He married Miss Thynne, grand-daughter of aged 98.

the first Lord Weymouth ; and by her had Dillon, Esq. of Belgart, near Dub. one son, and one daughter. The son died ling in the 70th year of his age.

unmarried; and the daughter married, in 3. In France, Captain Peter Murdoch, of 1740, the above-mentioned Sir Hugh Smiths. the late 77th Regiment.

fon, the late Duke of Northumberland 4. Mr. Hussey, upwards of forty years The title of Somerset going to another porter to his Grace the Duke of Leeds. branch of the Seymour family, the title of

5. The Rev. Mr. Bourdillon, of Church. Northumberland was revived to the Duke's Itreet, Spital-fields, in the 834 year of his daughter, in confideration of her descent from age.

the daughter of Joceline, the last Earl of Ar Basingstoke, the Rev. Mr. Metcalfe, in Northumberland. The Percy estate also the 54th year of his age, many years Curate, settled in her, together with several baronies, of Christ Church, Oxford.

such as Percy, Lucy, Poynings, Fitz-Payne, Mrs. Paterson, wife of John Paterson, Bryan, &c Esq. of New Burlington-Itreet.

‘The Duke of Somerset dying in 1950, The Rev. John Row, of Magdalen Hall, Sir H. Smithson immediately took his feat in Oxford, and Chaplain to St. Thomas's the House of Lords, as Earl of Northumber. Hospital.

land. In 1752 he was appointed one of the 6. Ac Bath, George Monkhouse, Esq. Lords of the Bed chamber to the late King.

Mrs. Dare, wife of Mr. Giveon Dare, in In 1757 he was installed a Knight of the Cockspur-street.

Garter, at Windsor.-In 1762, he was ap7. Mrs. Potts, wife of J. Potts, Esq. of pointed Lord Chamberlain to the Queen, and the Custom-House.

a Privy Counsellor ; a lo Lord Lieutenant of Hugh Duke of Northumberland. His the Counties of Middlesex and NorthumherGrace was the son of Langdale Smithson, Esg. Jand. In 1763, he was appointed Lord EVROP, MAC.



Licutenant of Ireland. In 1966, he was 13. The Lady of Barwell Browne, klę. created Duke of Northumberland. In 1778, of Wolverton, Hants. his Grace was appointed Master of the At St. John's College, Oxford, Richard Horse, which he resigned in 1781.

Green, D. D. F. R. S. Rector of Bell On the 5th of December, 1776, died the 'Broughton, Worcestershire, Rector of St. late Duchess of Northumberland. It was her Nicholas, in Woreester, and Commiffary to birth-day; and she was interred in her family the Bishop of that Diocese, vault, in St. Nicholas's Chapel, Westminster Lately, at Woolwich, Isabella Drydea, Abbey. She ha completed her both aged 105 years.

She had been twice to year.

America since she was 85 years of age, and They had two sons and one daughter, retained her senses to the latt. viż.

13. At Rotherhithe, in the rooth year of his 1. Hugh E, Percy, now Duke of Nor. age, Mr. William Trundle, a wealthy farmer. thumberland; born August 14, 1742; first It is remarkable, he had lived in the same married to Lady Anne, third daughter of the house 82 years, and seen a complete change E. of Bure, by whom he had no issue, and of all the inhabitants in his parish. from whom he was divorced in 170g. His At Park, near Ayr, William Logan, late Lordship married again in May 1779,' of Camlary, Esq. Miss Frances Julia Burrell, now Duchess of Ac Southampton, the Rev. Mr. Ledgold, Northumberland, third daughter of the late many years Vicar of South Stoneham. Peter Burrell, of Beckenham, in Kent, 14. Anthony Norris, of Barton Turte, in Esq.

Norfolk, Esq. many years Charman of the 2. Lord Algernon Percy, who, in conle Norfolk Sellions. quence of his father, the late Duke, having The Rev. Ephraim Megoe, M. A, Rector been created Lord Lovaine, Baron of Alnwick, of Spexall, in Suffolk, Vicar of Worstead, in in 1784, with the remainder to his second Norfolk, Senior Canon of Norwich, and fon, is now a Peer of Great Britain, by that perpetual Curate of St. Martin's at Oak, and title, and makes a yacancy of Member for the St. Jobu's Sepulchre, at Norwich. County of Northumberland. His Lordship 15. Sir Richard Betenson, Bart. was born January 21, 1750, and married in 16. The Rev. John Oliver, Rector of June, 1775, Miss Isabella Susanna Burrell, Tuddenham and Icklingham St. James, in fecond daughter of the above-mentioned Peter the 64th year of his age. Burrell, Esq.

Lately, Wollerton Pym, Esq. of Willow. 3. Lady Elizabeth, born in 1744, and bridge, Staffordshire, formerly Lieutenant died in 176s. She was buried in St. General of the 64th regiment. Nicholas's Chapel, Westminster Abbey. 17. Edward Umfreville, Esq. Coroner for

The late Duke was also President of Middlesex; author of the Office and Duty of Middlesex Hofpital, and Westminster Dir. Coroner. 2 vols. 8vo. pensary; a Vice-President of the Small-pox At Monks Eleigh, Norwich, Mr. Robert Hospital, and a Trustee of the British Museum. Ellifton, senior, uncle to the Rev. Dr. Ellifton, He had no places at Court, having resigned Matter of Sydney College, Cambridge, leaving the last he held in 1781.

a widow to whom he had been married 56 9. The Rev. Mr. Ellins, rector of Abbots years; but what is still more remarkable, Morton, in Warwickshire.

he had lived 86 years in the same house About this time, Mr. Kennedy, formerly where he was born. His death was of Drury · lane Theatre, He cut his cafioned by a fall down stairs. throat.

At Hardwick in Oxfordshire, James 10. Thomas Browne, Esq. of Drayton Coulthard, Esq. formerly of Lincoln's Inn. Green, Middlesex.

18. Francis Wright, Esq. Banker, Mrs. Cox, widow of the Rev. Archdeacon Henrietta-street, Covent-garden. Cox, and Jaughter of General Parsow. The same day, at Gloucester, John Ather

11. Lieutenant Colonel Charles Webb, ton, Esq. one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for 20. In the Fleet, Lieutenant George Fall, the County of Kent, great nephew of the Commanding Officer of one of his Majesty's famous General Webb, and last of that forts on the coast of Africa. ancient family.

27. Peter Wilson, of Brigham, in the The Rev. Thomas Wivcour, M. A. rector County of Cumberland. of Westwell, in Oxfordshire.

At Bush - Hill, Mrs. Blackburne, wife of In his 730 year, Sir James Hereford, Knt. John Blackburne, Esq. a Justice of the Peace for Herefordshire. At Enfield, Robert Wimbolt, formerly an

Lately, Miss Constantia Dalton, daughter Attorney in Tokenhouse-yard. of Robert Dalton, of Thurnhain Hall, Lae At Harrowden, in Northamptonshire, cashire,

Lady Milbank,


Mr. Christopher Wellbank, Attorney at At Alhborne, Mr. John Chatterton, Law, of Southampton-Buildings, and one of Treasurer of Derbyshire. the Candidates for Coroner of Middle- lo his 77th year, the Rev. Edward Wat. sex.

kins, M. A. Master of the Grammar-school Ac Amhamsted, Berks, Ann Merrit, aged at Couternall, Rector of Cugenhoe, and up105, who retained every faculty perfect vill wards of fifty years Vicar of St. Gyles, in within two hours of her deatli, and has since Northampton, The was 100 years of age performed the At Fulbroke in Oxforddhire, John Maw. business of a midwife,

bey, Esq.



COVENT-GARDEN. April 1 OLLIES of a Day—The April

Fool 3 Werter-Omai 4 Mahomet The Two Misers 6 The Duenna-Omai 8 The Foundling- The Poor Soldier 17 Romeo and Juliel-Omai 18 The Plain Dealer-Duke and No Duke 19 The Mourning Bride - The Two Misers 20 The Castle of Andalusia-Omai 21 Fontainbleau-Midas 22 Werter- Love in a Camp. 24 The Bird in a Cage - The Drummer 25 The Foundling - Omai 26 The Grecian Daughter-Duke and No

Duke 27 The Orphan- Love in a Camp 28 Robin Hood - April Fool 29 Castle of Andalusia--The Drummer


3 She Would She

Not_TheVirgin Vomark'd 4 Lord of the Manor—The Romp 5 Redemption 6 Merch. of Venice-Cath. and Petruchio 7 Redemption 8 The Heiress—The Virgin Vomark'd 17 Twelfth Night - The Romp 28 The Country Girl Double Disguise 19 She Would and She Would Not--Ar

chur and Emmeline 20 Merchant of Venice - The Romp 21 The Heiress—The Virgin Unmask'd 22 Macbeth-The Humourist 24 School for Scandal - Daphne & Amintor 25 Lord of the Manor-The Romp 26 Widow Bewitch'd-Virgin Unmask'd 27 The Heiress—The Romp 28 She Would and She Would Not The

Irish Widow 29 Merch. of Venice--Dapline & Amintor May 1 Twelfth Night - Bon Ton 2 She Would and She Would Not-Padlock 3 The Country Girl Who's the Dupe ? 4 The Heiress—The Virgin Unmask'd Ś School for Scandal—The Romp 6 Percy-- The Critic 8 Trip to Scarborough The Humourist 9 Twelfth Nighi---Bon Ton 10 Clandestine Marriage-Virgin Unmask'd 11 Isabella-Who's the Dupe ? 12 The Heiress-The Rump 13 Merchant of Venice-Daphne & Amintor 15 Humlet-Comus 16 Strangers at Home-The Romp 17 Pruvok'd Wife-Virgin Uimak'd 18 Way to Keep Him-The Romp 19 The Heiress--Gentle Shepherd 20 Percy- Who's the Dupe? 22 Trip to Scarborough--Bon Ton 23 Lord of the Manor-The Humourist 24 Beggar's Opera—The Romp 25 Way of the World-Deserter 20 Jealous Wife-Gentle Shepherd 27 The Gamester--Arthur and Emmeline. 29 Every Man in his Humour-Waterman 30 Grecian Daughter - The Critic

May 1 Werter-Omai
2 The DuenngaRosina
3 Chapter of Accidents—The Nunnery
4 Mourning Bride-Three Weeksaft. Mar.
5 Zenobia—The April Fool
6 The Beaux Stratagem-The Deserter
8 The Duenna-Omai
9 Fashionable Lover-Country Madcap.
ro Follies of a Day-The Contrivances
11 Bird in a Cage-Savall Talk
12 Werter-Rofina
13 Timon of Athens-Tom Thumb
15 Alexander the Great-Piety in Pattens
16 The DuennamOmai
17 Fathionable Lover-Country Madcap
18 Constant Couple-Love in a Camp
19 Castle of Andalusia-Omai
20 I'll tell You What Tom Thumb
22 Chapter of Accidents—The Deserter
23 Fontainbleau— The Drummer
24 The Comedy of Errors-The Quaker
25 The Plain Dealer--The Poor Soldier
26 Bold Stroke for a Husb.- Love in a Camp
27 Provok'd Husband--the Nunnery
29 Macbeth-Poor Soldier

Oroonoko-Poor Vulcan
Ppp 2


31 The

31 The Chances The Lyar

ži Robin Hood-Duke and No Duke
june i The Recruiting Officer - The Deserter June 1 Jane Shore-Love in a Camp
2 The Provok's Husband-Catherine and 2. The Beaux Stratagem-The Poor Soldier

s The Duenna—Omai
6 The Wonder The Humourist
ng As You Like It-The Flitch of Bacon
8 The Heiress The Gentle Shepherd

H A Y M A R K E T.
June 9 MAID of the Mill.Apprentico 17 I'll Tell you What!—The Quaker

10 The Same-Beggar un Horse- 19 Love in a Village-Huot the Slipper

20 Jane Shore-The Widow's Vow
12 Spanish Barber- The Same

21 The English Merchant—The Same
13 I'll Tell you What!-Flitch of Bacon 22 Lord Ruffel - The Same
14 Agreeable Surprize-Peeping Tom of 23 The Two Connoisseurs-The Same

24 I'll Tell you What!-- Peeping Tom
15 Chapter of Accidents— The Same 26 Summer Amusement-Widow's Vov
16 Separate Maintenance--Agreeable Sur- 27 I'll Tell you What! - The Same


B A N K R U P T S.

THOMAS Lozanory Fresneda, late of Red- of Epsom, Surrey, innholder. James Tipper,

lion-court, Weft-Smithfield, merchant. jun. of Falmouth, Cornwall, scrivener. Job
William Bill the younger, and Edward Cureton, Swinchatt, of the Strand, Middlesex, lineu-
of Aldermanbury, London, haberdashers. draper. Robert Hebblethwaite, of Liver.
John Lazenby, of St. Mary-le-Bonne, tallow• pool, merchant. Richard Beresford, of Mac-
chandler. Josiah Smale, of Macclesfield, clesficld, Cheshire, mercer, George Enfell,
Cheshire, button-maker. John Boorn, late of the parish of Dudley, Worcestershire,
of New Sarum, Wilts, baker. Matthew glass.maker. John Serocold, of Love-lane,
Salt, of Mansion-house-Itreet, London, grocer. London, merchant. Jonathan Angas, of
Andrew Gibbs, of Newgate. market, carcase- London, factor. John Knight, of Catthall.
butcher. Edward Pryce, of Gray's-Inn, Mill, near Godalmin, Surrey, paper-maker.
money-scrivener. John Taylor, late of Bol. Arthur Goodwin, of Whitcomb-ftreet, West-
ton in the Moors, Lancashire, maltiter. minster, currier. John Snow Hare, of
Richard Dickon, of Pontefract, Yorkshire, Chester, money scrivener. John Cooper, of
grocer. [The above name, in a former Hanover. Iquare, and Francis Rowley, late
Gazette, Richard Dickson."] John Para of Albion-buildings, Aldersgate-street, mer.
funs, of New Shoreham, Suffex, draper and chants. Joseph Wolf, of Basinghall-Street,
inn-keeper. John Teasdale, of Liverpool, merchant, Joseph Pyall, of Chellim in
druggist. James Fry, late of Blandford Bucks, shop-keeper. Edward Kings, of Wor-
Forum, Dorset, inntiolder. John Heath, cester, glover. Robert Parfors, of Briuga
formerly of Cheddleton, Stafford, but now of water, Soniersetshire, grocer. Thomas Frank.
Norton in the Moors, in Stafford, carrier. lin, of Downham market, Norfolk, grocer.
John Martin Sawyer, of London (partner George Wooborne, of Long-acre, cuscli.
with Peter Henry Morel and William Blogg, maker. James Graham, of Berwick upon.
of Savannah, in the States of Georgia, in Tweed, grocer. Nicholas Joyce, late of
North America, merchants, carrying on trade York-buildings, merchant. William Elmes,
in London, under the firm of Morel, Sawyer of Redlion-street, merchant. William Pear-
and Blogg). Stephen Doorns, of Feversham, Son, of the parish of St. George in the East,
in Kent, bookseller. James Wilmot, of Middlesex, victualler. Henry Burgess, late
Exeter, dyer. Thomas Dennet, of Preston, of Boston, Lincoloshire, stationer. James
in Suffex, money.scrivener. Martha Lloyd, Whitaker, of Mill-lane, Tooley-itreet, South-
of Rhayader, Radnorshire, mercer and draper. wark, fail-maker. William Guest, of King's,
Penelope Hooton, of Falmouth, Cornwall, Norton, Worcestershire, wick-yarn-maker.

Edward Line and Francis Reeder, John Colquhoun, of Whitehaven, Cuma ner-
jun of Birmingham, edge-tool-makers and land, mercbant. William Hoptun, of Chal.
partners. Robert Bird, sen. of Andover, foril, Gloucestershire, clochier. Benjamin
Hampthire, Scrivenor. Janies Macartney, Seymour, of Kent-road, Surrey, rope-maker,


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ABYSSINIA Come, account of Mr. Arabia, Chemistry well understood there,

Bruce's travels in, 252
Accidents, 132, 461

Arms of the Japanese, 402
Account of Richard Glover, Esq. 1.-of the Army, General Officers of, appear in a new

Heiress, a comedy, 8-of Professor Gre. uniform, 465
gory, 9-of Cuthbert Shaw, 14-of the Arts flourished in Egypt at an early period,
Organ of Hearing in Fishes, 16-of the

Bishop of Worcester's sermon before the Bank of England, Directors of, 299
House of Peers, 112-of Love in a Camp, Bankrupts, number of, in 1785, 57
a farce, 129-of the Projects, a farce, Baptisms, remarkable number of, 466
ih—of Mrs. Barbauld, 139*-of Comte Barbauld, Mrs. account of, 139*
de Vergennes, 140* -of Dr. Jebb, 157. Barometer, state of, ii, 70, 148*, 226,
-of the Captives, a tragedy, 207--of 306, 384
Werter, a tragedy, 209–of the Peruvian, Benevolence, anecdote of, 401
an opera, ib_of the death of Prince Leo- Birth day, (King's) dresses on, 402
pold of Brunswick, 210—of Mrs. Ficz.

(Queen's) dresses on, 130
berbert, 227-of Comte de Cagliostro,

Balls, account of, 130, 402
228, 327 of the Right Hon. William Blake, Cape, ascends with a Balloon, 462
Eden, 307—of Captain Edward Thompson, Blanchard, M. performs his 19th aerial ex-
357* -of a boxing Match, 374-of

curfion, 372
William Hayley, Esq. 385-of George Books, taste in the choice of recommended,

Robert Fitzgerald, Esq. 387
A&t of Parliament, the shortest ever known, Borulawski, Count, a dwarf, account of,

Address of the House of Peers on the King's Boswell's Tour to the Hebrides, cxtracts from,
speech, 111

17, 92--Letters in defence of the Tour,
Adultery, punishment of, in Connecticut, 396

Boxing Match at New-Market, account of,
Aerial Voyage by Captain Blake and Mr. 374

Redman, 462—by M. Blanchard, 372 Brandy, its use, pernicious, in scorbutic
Agriculture, practice of, in Japan, 316–
promotes Civilization, 351

Brecknock, Timothy, anecdotes of, 392–
Albion Mill, the largest in the world, be. convicted of the murder of Meffrs. M'Don-
gan working, 299

nel and Hyplon, 390-Executed, 391
Alchemy, probibited by the Pope, 326 Bruce, James, Esq. some account of his
and by the Parliament, ib

travels in Abyffinia, 252
Allegory, 85

Brunswick, Prince Leopold of, account of
America discovered by the Welch, 337

his death, 210
American Common Prayer Book, particu- Buckingham, Duchesswof, letter from, 144
lars of, 376

Buildings (new) number of in fourteen years,
- Congress money, description of, 214 377
Americans, Address to them by the Abbe

Bull, 378.
Raynal, 59

Burials and Christenings, General Bill of for
Amsterdam, feast there on the peace with 1785, 68
the Emperor, 132

Cagliostro, Comte de, account of, 228,
Anecdote by Dr. Johnson, 17, 92-of Mr. 327

James Cobb, 182—of Timothy Breck- Calcutca, British subjects there oppose the
nock, 392-of Benevolence, 401

East-India Bill, 62
Antiquarian Society, Officers and Council Captives, (the) a tragedy, account of 2017.
of, 376

Casualty, 62

habits, 75

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