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Joshua Reynolds, Sir John Hawkins, and Dr. at three fbillings; whereas, no house in Sri Scott, exeeutors.
is charged above me fbilling. Four gentlemen of the Literary Club, viz, The committee of citizeris of Edinburg George Steevens, Edmond Malone, Richard applied to the Duke of Richmond to suppor Burke, Esqrs. and Dr. Burney.
petition to parliament for altering the F Rev. Dr. Farmer, matter of Emanuel Col- mode of electing their representatives lege, in Cambridge; Gen. Paoli, Dr, Brock- Duke has returned the following apíva letby, Dr. Wright, Rev. Mr. Stubbs, Rev. fecretary: Nir. Surahan, Mr. Cruikshank, Mr. Steword, “ SIR,
Harda Mr. Hool, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Nichols, Mr. “ I received your letter, incloting Du Moulin, Mr. Saitre, Mr. Burney, &c. &c. folutions of the citizens of Edinburgh, an. TUESDAY, 21,
questing my affistance in support of their pe... The fesfion ended at the Old-Bailey, when 32
to parliament for altering the present to convicts received judgement of death; 43 were
electing their representatives, fentenced to be trantported; 12 to be kept to
“ I truit, Sir, that the part I have the hard labour in the house of correction, feveral support of every measure that tends to set
the whole nation the right of every in of whom to be whipped; 31 whipped and discharged; four whipped on the keys; two to be
to have a voice in electing the repres imprisoned in Newgate, and 28 discharged by be a sufficient pledge, that I should lupport:
who is to make laws by which he is boost proclamation.
From the last part of the fertions-paper of the plan for extending the right of suffrage kit lalt mayoralty it appears--that in the mayoralty prelent narrow limits. of Sir Williain Plomer, in 1582, were tryed 688
“« The citizens of Edinburgh may, the Nathaniel Newnham, Erq, 1983,
be assured, that I fall always be rear Robert Peckham, Esq. 178.12
liit the reform they propose; and I am
1037 Capital convicts in
to see that they are taking thote iteps 1782, 98 Liito
will prove that they are in earnest in der Ditto 1784,
tempts to recover their rights. I 149
moit obedient humble servant, * In the 170 this year were comprehended a number of returned transports,
“RICHMOND, LENNOX, AND ADJ. WEDNESDAY, 29,
I bumas M"Gruger, Eja. The
following maletactors were executed before Newgate: Richard Dodd, Henry Moor,
EAST-INDI ES James, alias Joseph Treble, and George Hands, for robberies; George Owen for publithing an
THE report concerning the fate le
, id. order to deliver goods; William Ryan, for administering to a will under an assumed name
too well confirmed. Circumstances arcu and charačier; and William Coombs, for being related, but there is no disagreement is found at large before the expiration of the term
to the fact. General Matthews van 10 for which he had been trantported.
deitroyed, and, as is generally believe,
of the subalternis, shared the famosate, L SCOTLAND.
thole who were cut off by poilon, mais,
ofñcers as privates, perished miler: 2 "HE commutation tax does not seem to be courte of a long march up the Muori
loaded with irons, destitute of every co of last month, the commillioners of lupply for the of every necetiary. The fürvisin county of Edinburgh deterinined two appeals further reduced by a long and rigortui ir in favour of the lubjeet, which will go a yreat ment. way to render the lax unproductive, at leait for On the 22d of this month a letter from the present year. The tirit was in the cate of Hatings was read at the India-Pandi, a house belonging to Lord Adam Gordor, which involved a prodigious quantity of me had been inhabited for several years back only fpeculation. Welay fpeculation, tor the!? by servanis, tu air the rooms and take care o: the and erger prognostications of the goverie furniture, and they had been removed to an neral are by no means to be reckones oint-house before the commencement of the act. facts. At present, want of room sa per The cummillioners were unanimoully ef opinion to ftate only one incident, which Mi. Hr that the houte was not chargeable. The iecond himself confiders as of the first impo was on a house inhabited by a factor, or collec- is contained in a postscript, dated the 19 tor of rents, to the Duke of Buccleugh. On April. The heir apparent to the throne et il this case it was argued, that as the inhabitant paid who is at least thirty-fix years of age, huset so rent for his house it was the property of the from that court. The country was copioDuke, who was already charged tor two houles, every where alarmed, and the publes and therefore not liable for a tird. The plea that the royal youth night not ekare. ( was held good by the commiliontis, and wil had reached Lucknow, where Mr. Hata exempt almoit every collecter of renis in Scoi- to the same effect. But, before any 1ca" Band.' In the former cate, it was even con- of this kind could be executed, very car tended that the new duty is not chargeable on mandates had been ifived from the Supres any houle in Scotland, because it is only levi- Court at Delhi, that the Prince out atic
by the statute, upon buss already charged where be received with all the honous
his rank. The Nabob of Lucknow being ap- The Earl of Euston, eldest son of the Duke of prised of this circumstance, all possible prepara- Grafton, to Lady Horatia Waldegrave, second tions were made, and the prince was met about daughter of the Duchess of Gloucester.-17. Reeighteen miles distant from town by whatever ginald Pole Carew, Esq. of Antony, in the was necessary to treat the son of the Great Mo
county of Cornwall, to Miss Jemima Yorke, gul with the honours which became his love- only daughter of the Hon. John Yorke.—22. reignty. The Nabob and Mr. Hastings did Major Charles Boyd, nephew to the late Earl homage to him on their knees. He was in of Errol, to Miss Halliburton, daughter of John great distress for almost every necessary of life. Halliburton, Esq.—24. Richard Langley, of In the procession Mr. Hastings would not be one. Wykeham-Abbey, Esq. to the Hon. Mils Wila He, notwithstanding, yielded him his house, on loughby, eldest daughter to Lord Middleton.account of its contiguity to the court. It was 25. Maurice Lloyd, Esq. M. P, to Mrs. Proorse, Toon seen what the object of the royal visit was : relict of George Proorfe, Esq. late of Yeovil, the assistance and friendihip of the English, to in Somerset hire, and sole heiress of William rid the Emperour from the sordid wretches who Bragge, Esq. of Hatfield Peverell, in E.flexlurround and control him. The situation of Capt. Charles Williams, of the 29th regiment the Imperial fufferer was painted in the most of foot, to Miss Martha Gibbons, youngett glowing and pathetic colours; and every argu- daughter of Sir John Gibbons, Bart. of Hanwellment used with the governour-general, to make Place, Middlesex.—29. Thomas Bovet, Esq. of the Company a party in the cause. The prince Wellington, to the Hon. Miss Seymour, daughwas not above real want. Generous efforts were ter of the Right Hon. and Rev. Lord Francis made to relieve him; but he scorned them all, Seymour, and niece to the Duke of Somerset. while his father continued in the wretched itate Lately, Charles Shafto, Esq. of Hexham, in in which he had represented him. The pre- Northumberland, to Miss Martha Theakíton, sents of a pecuniary nature tendered to him he second daughter of Marmaduke Theakíton, Esq. earnestly begged might be remitted to Delhi. of St. Martin's, near Richmond.Dec. 2. He would not share in any luxury whatever, Christopher Barnard, Esq. of Upper Brook. while his royal father remained in his present street, to Miss Fanay Clarges, niece to Lord necessitous condition. Mr. Hattings's advice to Viscount Barrington, and lister to the late Sir him was nearly to this effect:-He condoled Thomas Clarges, Bart.-11. Thomas Milles with the young prince on the hardthips of his Riddell, Esq. fon of Sir James Riddell, of Ardfamily, but said, at the same time, that he namurchan and Sunart, Bart. to Miss Margareta came there with a limited commillion ; that he
ta Campbell.–17. Nathaniel Collyer, Liq. of could not give any hopes from what the Com- the first regiment of dragoon guards, to Miss pany might be disposed to do in his favour; that Heiter Rolfe.-20. The Rev. Thomas Heberthe country to which they belonged had but den, eldert son of Dr. Heberden, of Pall-Mall, juit breathed from a state of war, and would not to Miss Althea Hyde Wollaston, second daughplunge itielt into a similar fituation, it poisible. ter of the Rev. Francis Wollaston, of CharterHe advited him, however, to be as early as pof- house-square. sible in fecuring the chiefs of the Mahratta tribes, and to do his utmost in getting them on his lide. One expreflion seemed to intinuate that
DE A THS. this warlike people had atready embraced the Septo I Nate governour of that province. He opposite, and would be againit him.
Thele are a few of the particulars of which had returned to that itate some months ago for this extraordinary letter confitted.
the recovery of his property.-08. 9. At Caen, in Normandy, Capt. John Burgoyne Grant, of
the Royal English fulileers.- 18. The Infant BIRTH S.
Don Philip, lon to the Prince of Alturias, and Sopi : TH.. Here we hen aday of Sir John coibourg
, in Moravia, aged 82, Charles de DieTwilden, Bart, a son and heir.-08. 11. The trichitein Nicolfbourg, Prince of the Holy Rolady of Hugh Bolcawen, Esq. a son.--14. The man empire, chevalier of the Toison d'Oi', pris Princeis of Asturias, a prince.---16. The Right vy-counsellor to his Imperial Majesty, chamHon. Lady Deerhurit, a fon).-26. Lady of Sir berlain, &c.-26. At Den, near Horiham, in John Taylor, Bart. a daughter. Nov. 22. Sulsex, aged 76, Sir Charles Everstield, Barte Lady Galloway, a daughter.--Det. 7. Lady of -27. John Walton, Esq. deputy of the Custos the lion. John Byng, a son.
Brevium office, in the court of Common-Please
- The Right Hon. the Countess Dowager of
Delawar. She was daughter of the late Lieut. MARRIAGE S.
Gen. Wynyard, and was married to John, the 9:
THE Rev. Dr. Foley, rector of Old- second Earl of Delawar, August 8, 1756; and 25:
was mother of the last earl and the present.25. The Rev. Mr. Lewis, of Siogurley, to Miss The Princess Juliet Maria, daughter of Prince Drake.--Nr. 2. The Rev. Mr. Eitlin, of Frederick, and niece to the King of Denmark, Briito!, to Miss Bishop.-5. Sir Thomas Gal- aged six months.-----31. Aged 74, Saunders coignc, Bart, of Parlington-hall, in Yorkshire, Welch, Esq. one of his Majesty's justices of the to Lady Turner, relict of the late Sir Charles peace for the counties of Middlesex, Surrey, Turncr.-12. The Rev. Thomas Cox, of St. and Buckingham, and for the city of WestminMary-la-bonne, to Miss Anne Aulin,-- 16. iter. Lately, the Rev. Thomas Welch, vicar of
South-Bemfleet ---Heory Plant, Esq. many years virtue and religion, Dr. Samuel Johnfosone of the directors of the Bank: ---At the 17. George Hayter, Esq. one of the directa German Spa, the Hon. Mr. Legge, one of the of the Bank, and brother to the late Dr. To grooms of the bed-chamber to the Prince of mas Hayter, Bishop of London. - 18. Sa Wales.--At Bishop-Wilton, near the city of John Chichester, Bart. of Youlston, in e York, aged 115, Mr. Whip, farmer.- Nov. 1. county of Devon. He is fucceeded in tite ed Mr. Joseph Mallie, well known to the public estate by his only fos, now Sir John Chichester, for his political writings.--3. The Rev. Mr. J. Bart.----20. The Rev. Mr. Charles Pluck. Rawlins, M. A. incumbent of the living of nett, upwards of 50 years rector of Norte Badley and Lye, in Worcestershire, and of Hallen Cheriton, in Somersethire. Lately, at Ki ton, in Gloucestershire.---5. Charles Boddam, larney, in Ireland, the Right Hon. Sir Herry Efq. one of the directors of the Eart-India Com- Ayln Baron of Balrath.The Rev.Ro pany.--6. Richard Olwald, Esq. formerly an bert Oliver, archdeacon of the East-Riding, sod eminent merchant in London, and lately em- prebendary of York and Southwell. Near ployed at Paris as minister plenipotentiary from Edenberry, King's-County, Ireland, zged !!! Great-Britain to settle a treaty of peace with years, Dr. Richard Prescott. the commiftioners of the United States of America.-7. In Ficet-Itreet, Mr. Thomas Lowndes,
CIVIL PROMOTIONS. bookseller.---8. Mr. Robert Holder, attorney at law, high-bailiff of Southwark, clerk to the
From ibe Gazette. rotation at Guildhall, and clerk to the innhold. Nov. T'HE Earl of Waldegrave appointed
"Theater of the horie to her mante, in ers company.-10. At Holt, in Norfolk, aged 4. 64, Edmund Jewell, Esq. one of his Majesty's the room of his late father deceased.- joka justices of the peace, and captain of an inde. Geoghegan, Esq. to be accountant-general of the pendent company raised by himself during the Majetiy's court of Exchequer, in the kingdom Jare war.mu. Lady Cullum, relict of Sir John of Ireland.-13. The Right Hon. Lord Hond Cullum, Bart. and last surviving daughter and de Walden, lord-lieutenant and cultos sonora coheiress of Sir T, Gery, of Great- Ealing, in of the county of Effex.—Lieutenaat-General the county of Middlesex, Knt.---The Infant Earl Cornwallis to be constable of the Toner of Don Carlos, eldett son of his Royal Highness London.---Lord Herbert sworn of bis Ma. the Prince of Aiturias.-- Of a hit of the gout, in jeity's most honourable Privy-Council.-1-8 the 26th year of his age, the Rev. Henry Rich- wick Lake, Esq. to be one of the gross the ardlon Currer, of Thornton. He was the latt bed-chamber to ihe Prince of Wales. $. Tee male hest of the Richardson family, fix of Right Hon. Earl Gower, keeper of the Prisye whom have died within the last tix years; so Seal.--27. Prince Frederick, Bishop of Omathat on him the whole family estates descended, bruck, and the heirs male of his royal highef's ----12. James Roberts, Era follicitor of this body lawfully begotten, Duke of York and city- -The Hon. Miis Louisa Chetwynd, Albany, in Great-Britain, and Earl of Ulder, daughter of Lord Viscount Chetwynd. -_-15. in Ireland. ---Earl Cornwallis lord-kita The Right Hon. Anne Countess of Dundonald. and cultos rotulorum of the Tower Herkets Her Jadyship has lett five sons. She was the James Tippet the younger to be town-cies of daughter of the late Capt. Gilchrist, of the navy. Falmouth-30. The Right Hon. George Gees --19. At Platley, in Ellex, aged 100 years and ville Nugent Temple, Earl Temple, and the two months, Mr. Peter Smith, one of the peo- heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, Marges ple called Quakers.--- 20. John Boddington, of Buckingham, in the county ot BuckinghasLíq. late secretary to the Board of Ordnance. The Right Hon. William karl of Shelbum, 21. At Combrawleigh, in Devonshire, aged 84, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begottes. the Rev. Mr. Palmer, rector of that parish.
Viscount Caine and Canion, in Wilts, Ea The most noble Cucharine Duchess of Nortolk, Wycombe, oi Chepping-Wycombe, in Buck cortört of the present duke.--24. John Willes, hamihire, and Marquis of Landítown, in S. E.C. eld: it fon of the late Lord Chief Justice mersettire.--Dec. 1. The Right Hea. Cik Willes. He served many years in parliament Lord Camden lord prehdent of bis Majeth's for the boroughs of Aylesbury and Banbury; and most hon. Privy Council. The following by his death the office of blazer in the Com- the personages who now compose sbe piciss mon-Pieas for the county of Middlesex becomes cabinet: Right Hon. Lord Cainden, pieticeni vacant.----26. The Rev. Nathaniel Geering, Lord Thurlow, Earl Gower, Duke of Richmond, recior of Farnham, in Essex, and late fellow of Marquis of Caermarthen, Lord Sydney, Lund Trinity-College, Oxon.—27. The Rev. John Howe, Right Hon. William Pitt. - S. Vers Spietr, A. M. prebendary of Salisbury, and Hunt, Jun. of Corragh, in the county of Lrector of Sulham and Tidmarín.-29. Mr. merick, Esq. and Joseph Hoare, of Annabella, a T. Sunith, furgeon of St. Thoinas's hospital.- the county of Cork, Esq. and the heirs makar Lally, at Workington, near Whitchaven, aged their bodies lawfully begotten, baronets of the 105, Mrs. Sarah Lister.---The Right Hon. kingdom of Ireland. An:re, Counters of Dregheita.---Dec. 6. At Hampton, in Midlesex, aged 83, Mrs. Hare,
BANKRUPTS, relice of the late
OROTHY o'clock, at his houfs, in Bolt-court, Fleet- 28. Etret, in the seventy-fixth year of his age, that Catharine's-Square, in the liberty of the Torer Eleaf or pement et literature, and firm triend to of London, merchants and partners. Send
bad got London, merchant.--- John Kidder, of Turn
E- scrivener.----14. Samuel Blanchard, of Trow30% i bridge, in Wilts, carpenter.-18. Thomas
chant.--Simon Millar, late of Shoreditch, but of Exeter, cordwainer and leather-seller.-
---John Shute, William Smith, of Wapping-High-Itreet, matt- of Leeds, in Yorkshire, grocer.-Richard Draba
maker.--7. Humphry Green, of Liverpool, ble, late of Mafbrough, in Rotherham, in Perra Le miller.—Robert Barker, of Newcastle-upon- Yorkshire, but now of the Castle of York,
Tyne, confectioner and perfumer.-11. Wil- Cornfactor.—James Potter, of Liverpool, mer. liam Shipley, of Sheffield, in Yorkshire, cutler. chant.-James Ellis, of the Long-row, Not--John Grant Waring, of Oakham, in Rut- tingham, linen-draper.- John Henry Ford, of landshire, money-scrivener.- Joseph Harmood, Winchester-street, London, merchant.--Thos now or late of Portsmouth-Common, bookseller mas Goolden, of Worcester, mercer. -Joha and stationer. Richard Carter, of Bristol, Knight, of Fenchurch-ftreet, London, cordgoldsmith and cutler.--Arthur Harpur, late of wainer.—26. John Ward, of Newgate-streer, Št. Thomas, in the West-Indies, but now of London, chinaman.-James Lane, of Flowers
de-Luce-court, Fetter-lane, undertaker. - Joha mill-Itreet, St. James, Clerkenwell, brasse Rothwell, of Liverpool, merchant.-30. Moles founder.William Story, formerly of Red- Moses, of Whitechapel High-street, watch. Lion-treet, Clerkenwell, and late of Finch- maker.-William Headly, of Great Shelford, lane, London, watch-maker.-Robert Hollo. in Cambridgeshire, miller and mealman.--John way, late of York-Buildings, but now of Scot. Voysey, of New-Sarum, in Wilts, mercer and land-yard, St. Martin in the Fields, money- woolen-draper. Thomas Bodilly, the younger,
of Penzance, in Cornwall, grocer.---Thomas
Ridings, late of Tortington), in Bury, in LanBoodger, late of Long-Acre, linen-draper.- cashire, butcher.-William Pearson, of News John Feltwell, of Thetford, in Norfolk, grocer Bond-Itreet, china-man.-William Tumer and and draper.-William Hoogan Mills and John Walter Smith, of Oxford-Itreet, in Middlesex,
linen-drapers and copartners.-William Willers and partners.—21. Edward Hardilty, of liamson, late of St. George, in Middlesex, carLeeds, in Yorklhire, and George Hardilty, of penter and joiner.-Samuel Moxon, of EaltBasinghall-street, London, dealers in woolen Smithfield, wine-merchant.-- Nov. 2. Joha cloth and copartners.—Richard Thorn, now of Champion, of Pickering, in Yorkihire, dyer.. Hackney, in Middlesex, but late of the Poultry, Thomas Lynch, of Clapham, in Surrey, mer. Loudon, haberdather.--25. James Squibb, of chant.---George Ashburner, of Torver, in the Savile-row, auctioneer.--Thomas Stevens, of parish of Ulverstone, in Lancashire, and John Walling-itreet, London, builder.----Benjamin Athburner, of Grasmere, in Weltmoriand, deaa Wyatt, of Salitbury, in Wilts, grocer and drug- lers and partners.-James Wyard Gooch, of gitt. George Black, of Cornhill, London, ho- Brundish, in Suffolk, merchant.-Andreu kiero--James Whitinarsh, of New-Sarum, in Sutton, of Gosport, in Hants, innholder.-Wills, grocer.-Alexander Brockway, late of George Adams, late of Taunton in SomersetStratford, in Effex, brewer.-William Wootton, Thire, maliter. Richard Davis, of Towcelier, of Walsall, in Stattordthire, sadlers' ironmonger. in Northamptonshire, dealer.--- Francis Scott,
-Thomas Huband, now or late of Studiey, in now or late of Pitt-Itreet, near CharlotteWarwickshire, dealer in timber.-087. 2. Wil- Street, tea-dealer.-7. Francis Philpot, of liam King and Richard Houghton, of Exeter, Barking, in Effer, brewer.James Fairbank,
and copartners.--- James Palmer, of of West-Witton, in Yorkshire, miller. Bristol, cornfactor and cooper.-- John Tipping, Richard Phelps, of Bridgewater, in Somersetand Robert Abbatt, both of Liverpool, mer- Tire, vintner. ---James Stafford, late of Hochacts and partners.-Ifaac Slack, of Sunder. lywell-Lodge, near Durhain, coal-titter.---Jaad near the sea, in Durham, mercer and linen- Howell Howell, late of Conwilelvet, in Caerdraper.--Thomas Phippen, late of New Sarum, marthenshire, but now of Whitechapel-road, Sco in Wilts, butcher.--John Standsaft, of South- Mary, Whitechapel, tanner.-- Jofeph Shove. warl., grocer.-- Joel Adams, late of Portsmouth, of Maiden-lane, Covent-Garden, hookfeller and tailor and breeches-maker.--Joseph Ilarris, of bookbinder.---Peregrine D'Oyley and Edward Dougate-hill, London, merchant.-- James Foy, D'Oyley, late of Grotton, in ́ Súrtolk, linenof Cornhill, London, glover.---50 David Drum- drapers and partners.---Elifabeth Clark and mond, late of the Strand, mariner.--Benjamin Robert Clark, of Twickenham, in Middlesexo Long. of Froxfeld, in Wilts, innholder and glass-fellers and copartners. ----William Allen, maluter.--William Dunckley, late of Market- of Quodle, in Northamptonshire, grocer.Harborough, in Leiecitershire, deslero-9. Peter John Henry Reichard, late of Manchester, ia Charnie, of Lawrence-lane, Cheapfide, London, Lancabire, merchant. baberdalhes12 John Armroyo of Golport,
* that Adams, late of Grefsen-Hall, in Norfolk, mil.
252, L. E Core
PRICES of STOCKS, &c. in DECEMBER, 1784.
Compiled by C. DOMVILLE, Stock-Broker, No. 95, Cornhill.
Short India India India Old New | Navy | Exch., Wind Weath.
173 | 3 P.
N E Fair
56 a 559
56 a 55
553 151 3 SW
89 s 17)