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masters general.-Dudley Alexan October 18. His grace the duke der Sidney Coiby, efq; resident of Richmond, lord lieutenant and at the court of Denmark.-Ema cuftos rotulorum of Sussex.--Sir nuel Mathias, esq; his majesty's James Lowther, bart. cuftos rotuagent in Hamburgh, Bremen, and lorum of Cumberland. Lubeck.

October 29. The right honourSeptember. 10. Henry Talbot, able James viscount Charlemount, Joshua Churchill, John Milbanke, and his heirs male, an earl of the Denzil Onflow, efqrs; together kingdom of Ireland, by the name, with Henry Fane, esq; in the room ftile, and title of earl of Charleof Edward Astley, esq; deceased, mount in the county of Armagh. his majesty's commissioners for the Nov. 9. William Fawkener, duties on salt.

esq; one of the clerks of the privy James Porter, efq; his majesty's council. minifter plenipotentiary in the Au Nov. 15. Arthur Brooke, ' of strian Netherlands, and late ambas. Colebrooke, in the county of Ferfador at the Ottoman Porte, a managh, esq; and his heirs male, knight batchelor.

a baronet of the kingdom of October 8. Montagu Wilmot, Ireland. esq; his majesty's captain general Nov.29. GregorySharpe, L.L.D. and governor in chief, in and over, master of the Temple, in the room his majesty's province of Nova of Dr. Nicolls, deceased. Scotia in America, in the room of Dec. 13. Col. Edward Hervey Henry Ellis, esq; who has re- adjutant general. quested leave to resign that government.--The honourable James DEATHS. 1763. Murray, efq; his majesty's captain-general and governor in chief January 2. Right honourable in and over his majesty's province the earl of Granville, knight of of Quebec in America.-- James the garter, and president of the Grant, efq; his majesty's captain- privý council ; his lord ship was general, and governor in chief in born in 1691, and succeeded his and over his majesty's province of father in the barony of Carteret in East Florida in America. - George 1695; and on the death of his moJohnstone, esq; his majesty's cap. ther in 1744, he became earl Grantain-general and governor in chief ville ; he married the only daugh. in and over his majesty's province ter of fir Robert Worlley, by whom of West Florida in America.-RO- he had issue one son, now earl of bert Melvill, esq; his majesty's Granville, and four daughters; captain-general and governor'in he married fecondly lady Sophia, chief in and over his majesty's eldest daughter of the eart of Fomislands of Grenada, the Grena: fret, by whom he has no iiving dines, Dominico, St. Vincent, illuc. and Tobago, in America; and, of 5. General Handafyd, colonel all other ilands and territories ad- of the sixteenth regiment of foot; jacent thereto, and which now are, one of the oldest generals in ihe or heretofore have been depende service. ent there upon.

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perintendant of all gardens be a baronet of the said kingdom of longing to all and every his ma Ireland. jesty's royal palaces and houses of

June 18. The earl of Rochford access, within that part of Great ambassador extraordinary, &c. to Britain called England.

the court of Spain. May 9. The right hon. the lord July 20. Lord Stormont was Le Despencer, lord lieut. and custos sworn of the privy council. rotulorum of the county of Buck July 23. Lord Tyrawley, field ingham, in the room of the earl marshal of his majesty's forces. Temple.

Aug. 2. Dr. John Oswald, biMay 10. John Stratford, esq; shop of Dromore, bishop of Raand his heirs male, a baron of the phoe in Ireland, vacant by the kingdom of Ireland, by the death of Dr. Downes ---Dr. Ed. name, stile, and title of baron of ward Young, Dean of St. Martin Baltinglass, in the county of Wick- Clogher, bishop of Dromore. low.---Usher St. George, esq; and Aug. 9. Thomas Charles Bunhis heirs male, a baron of the said bury, esq; secretary to the extrakingdom, by the name, ftile, and ordinary embafly to the most chrititle of lord St. George, baron of ftian king.---Edward Ligonier,efq

; Hattley St. George, in the coun- secretary to the extraordinary emties of Roscommon and Leitrim. basly to the catholic king.

May 14. The right honourable September 2. John duke of John Manners, commonly called Bedford, lord president of his marquess of Granby, lieutenant majesty's most honourable privy general of his majesty's forces, council. --- John earl of Sandmaster general of his majesty's ord- wich, one of his principal secrenance, arms, armories, and habi- taries of state.---Lord Hyde, a liments of war.---The right ho- privy counfellor. nourable George Townshend, ma September 10. John earl of jor general of his majesty's forces, Egmont, and baron Loveland Tieutenant general of his majesty's George Hay, L.L.D. the right ordnance, munition, provifions, hon. Hans Stanley, John lord ftores, and habiliments of war. Carysfort, Richard viscount How,

June 1. The earl of Hertford Henry ford Digby, and Thomas was sworn of the privy council.--- Pitt, efq; commissioners for exe

June ?. The right hon. barou cuting the office of lord high adMontmorres, and his heirs male, miral of the kingdoms of Great a viscount of the kingdom of Irc- Britain and Ireland, &c. Wil

the title of viscount liam earl of Hillborough, and baMountmorres, of Castlemorres in ron of Harwich, Soame Jenyns, the county of Kilkenny ---Robert dward Elliot, Edward Bacon, Blackwood, of Balliliddy in the the hon. John Yorke, and George county of Down in Ireland, esq; Rice, esqrs; Francis baron Orwell, and, his heirs male, a baronet of and Bamber Gascoyne, efq; comthe faid kingdom.---James May, missioners of trade and plantations. of Mayfield in the county of Wa - Thomas baron Hyde, cf Hindon, terford, esq; and his heirs maie, and Robert Hampden, eiq; poft

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masters general.-Dudley Alexan October 18. His grace the duke der Sidney Colby, esq; resident of Richmond, lord lieutenant and at the court of Denmark.-Ema- cuftos rotulorum of Sussex.-Sir nuel Mathias, esq; his majesty's James Lowther, bart. custos rotu

agent in Hamburgh, Bremen, and lorum of Cumberland. . Lubeck.

October 29. The right honourSeptember 10. Henry Talbot, able James viscount Charlemount, Joshua Churchill, John Milbanke, and his heirs male, an earl of the Denzil Onflow, esqrs; together kingdom of Ireland, by the name, with Henry Fane, esq; in the room ftile, and title of earl of Charleof Edward Astley, efq; deceased, mount in the county of Armagh. his majesty's commiffioners for the

William Fawkener, duties on salt.

efq; one of the clerks of the privy James Porter, efq; his majesty's council. minifter plenipotentiary in the Au Nov. 15. Arthur Brooke, of strian Netherlands, and late ambas. Colebrooke, in the county of Ferfador at the Ottoman Porte, a managh, esq; and his heirs male, knight batchelor.

a baronet of the kingdom of Otober 8. Montagu Wilmot, Ireland. esq; his majesty's captain general Nov.29. GregorySharpe, L.L.D. and governor in chief, in and over , master of the Temple, in the room his majesty's province of Nova of Dr. Nicolls, deceased. Scotia in America, in the room of Dec. 13. Col. Edward Hervey Henry Ellis, efq; who has re- adjutant general. quested leave to resign that government.-The honourable James

DEATHS. 1763. Murray, efq; his majesty's cap. tain-general and governor in chief January 2. Right honourable in and over his majesty's province the earl of Granville, knight of of Quebec in America. - James the garter, and president of the Grant, efq; his majesty's captain- privy council ; his lordship was general, and governor in chief in born in 1691, and succeeded his and over his majesty's province of father in the barony of Carteret in East Florida in America. - George 1695; and on the death of his moJohnstone, efq; his majesty's cap- ther in 1744, he became earl Grantain-general and governor in chief ville ; he married the only daugh, in and over his majesty's province ter of fir Robert Wo.fley, by whom of Weit Florida in America.-Ro- he had iffue one fon, now earl of bert Melvill, esq; his majesty's Granville, and four daughters; caplain-general aid governor'in he married secondly, lady Sophia, chief in and over his majesty's eldest daughter of the eart of Pomislands of Grenada, the Grena. fret, by whom Ne has no living dines, Dominico, St. Vincent, isfue. and Tobago, in America ; and, of 5. General Handafyd, colonel all other itlands and territories ad- of the sixteenth regiment of foot; jacent thereto, and which now are, one of the oldest generals in ihe or heretofore have been depende service. ent thereupon.

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Beckenham, Morfolk, next heir to 16. Viscount Pulteney, only the title of the duke of Norfolk; fon to the earl of Bath, á lord of he was the eldest son of Philip, the bed-chamber, member for Weftyoungest brother to the present minster, and colonel of the royal duke.

volunteers, at Madrid in Spain: 11. Mrs. Palmer, mother of fir His lordship went over with his Thomas Palmer, bart.

regiment in the defence of Portu12. Sir Archibald Stewart of gal.-Lady of the bithop of the Scotland, bart.

Idle of Man. 13. Count Gaftaldi, late mi 20. Admiral Toms. nifter from Genoa, to this court, 22. Hon. Mrs. Fitzgerald in at St. Omer's.

Dublin; she has left only one 18. Sir Henry Slingsby, bart. daughter, to whom the estate of member for Knaresborough. the late lord Kingston descends.

20. Hon. Mrs. Hammond, at 28. Hon. Mr. Charles Erkine, Wotton, Norfolk; fifter to the advocate at Edinburgh. late fir Robert Walpole, earl of March 1. Sir William WentOrford.

worth, at Bretton-hall, Yorkshire, 22. Sir Nathaniel Ogle, of Kirk- baronet.-Sir John Whitford, bart. hay, in Northumberland, bart. at Edinburgh.

Lady Penelope Compton. 7. Lady Cath. Jones, daughter

General la Faufille, colonel of of the earl of Tyrone. the 65th regiment, on board the 18. Sir Matthew White, of NorMarlborough, two days before the thumberland, bart, foundered.

25. Lord Afton, baron Forfar, 31. Lady viscountess Longue- of Scotland; he was a few years ville, aged 98, at Brandon in ago cook to Sir Mordaunt, Warwickshire, where the resided bart. when the title descended to for the last forty years of her life, him; he is succeeded by Mr. and kept up the spirit of old Eng- Walter Afton, a watch-maker. lim borpitelicy, by relieving all 26. James Stewart, esq; eldet He: poor neighbours, and every son of Lord Blairhall, in Scotland. indigent person that applied at her - Counters Dowager of Northek, gate.

Edinburgh. Februzzy 1. Sir John Swinburne, April 3. Right hon, fir Marcus bart., at Paris.

Beresford, earl of Tyrone. 6. Reliet of Sir Thomas Palmer, 8. Right hon. James earl of near Canterbury.

Waldegrave, lord steard of Corn8.- Lady viscountess dowager wall, lord warden of the stannaBarrington.- Countess of Calils ries, and one of the sellers of the in Scotland.

exchequer, a knigh: of the garter, 12. Hon. John Finch, ela; bro

one of the privy council, and ther to the earl of Winchelica, F.R.S. of the inal-pcx, in the

+4. Counters dowager of Co- cth year of his age. ventry, at Snitfield, in Warwick

Right hon. Charles Erkine of 1.ire, aged go.

Aiva, at Fdinburgh, one of the 15. Sir Francis Pool, Lart: mem Jords of fe.So., and justice clerk. ber for Lewe.

10. The

10. The only daughter of lord 6. At Geneva, lord Mahon, eldFitz-williams.

eft son of the earl of Stanhope, 13. The countess of North- aged 17. ampton, at Venice ; she was fifter 14. Sir John Evelyn, bart, to the duke of Beaufort.

F.R.S. at Wotton, Surry ; he was 23. Sir Arthur Hasilrigge, of post master general in the reigns Northampton, bart. succeeded by of queen Anne, and king George I. his eldest son, now fir Robert. and afterwards a commissioner of Lady of lord Brownlow Bertie. the customs.

30. Lady Riverstone, sister to 20. Lady of fir William Gage, the earl of Tyrone.

at Bury. May 1. Hon. Henry Reginald Hon. James De Burgh, uncle to Courtenay, efq; uncle to viscount the Earl of Clanrickard. Courtenay and member for Ho 26. Lady Charlotte Anne Chiniton.

chester, only child of the earl of T'he countess of Upper Ofsory, Donegal. fifter to earl Gower, and wife of August 5. Lady of fir John Richard Vernon, esq; at Bour- Guyse, bart. at Mungwell. deaux,

13. Prince Louis Ernest, third 18. Right honourable Anthony brother to the Duke of Saxe GoDuncombe, lord Feversham, ba- tha, and to the Princess Dowager ron of Downton, in Wilts, so cre- of Wales, aged 55 years. ated in 1747. The title, for want 15. Hon. Mrs. Sherrard, fifter of issue male, is extinct.

to the earl of Harborough. 19. Lady of fir John Ruffel, 21. Right hon. Charles earl of bart.

Egremont, baron of Cockermouth, Lately, Hon. Mrs. Child, and baronet, lord lieutenant and daughter of lord Luxborough. cuftos rotuloram of the county of Right hon, and rev. doctor George Cumberland, and one of his maIngram, viscount Irwin, succeeded jefty's principal secretaries of state. in title and estate by his nephew, His lordship married, March 12, Charles Ingram, El; now lord 1751, Alicia Maria, daughter of viscount Irwin. --- Lady Hartup, George Carpenter, by whom he reli&t of the late fir John Hartup, had issue George, now earl of Egre. bart.- Right rev. doctor George mont, born Dec. 7, 1751 ; three Marlay, bishop of Dromore, in daughters, and two other fons. He Ireland.–Lady Gairlics of Edin was son of

great fir William burgh.-Sir Philip, Anítruther of Wyndham, chancellor of the exBalkaskie, bart.-Right hon. Cha- chequerin the reign of queen Anne. worth, earl of Meath, &c.

Sept. 3. Hon. Robert Butler, June 29. Sir Thomas Webb of capt. of the Battle-axe-guards at Great Canford, Dorset. --Sir Mô- Dublin. noux 'Cope of Hanwell, Hants, 4:26. Sir Wyndham Knatchbull, bart.

bait. member for Kent. July 2. Right reverend doctor

30. Lady of fir Edward Wil. Downes, bishop of Raph), in Ire- liams, bart. at Langoyd castle, land.

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