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:o the Lord Lieutenant, that he will They thien voted their thanks to the te pleased toilue a Proclamation ap. Troops of the line, the milivia, and the pointing a dxy of folemn Thanksgiving yeomanry, for their spirit, grod con. to Almighty God for his signal provis ut, and glorious ardour, during the dence in the late destruction of the ene lare menaced invasion. my's feet, and the dilcoruñiurc of their, intended invafion.

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18 lír. J. S. Gallatly, Scuts Yard, Can. AI Fort Auguftus in his 24'' year, Alex.

non-flitet. ander Trapaud,eiq. lit olen :nt-governor of Lalely, at Mitcham, in Surry, the Rev. that garrifor. Hos was the son of Col. Ira. Thoma, Webb, M.A. Dean of Kilm re. paud, who comnianded a poginuenit of worse. Lately, the Rev. juhn Hadley Swain, in the reign of Queen Anne,

perpetual curate of Lition, with Sirewell, 6 At Torrefs, Devonshire, Ferdinand De Sutroik. Anicure, ciq late merchant in London.

29 At Chirk Cafle, Denbigh mire, Rich. 8. 91 Great Yarmauih, Pater lipchurch, Myddelton, esq muniber for the borough of esq formerly of Sudbury in Sufok.

Denbigh, an t colonel of the Militia. 10. Ms. Sackville Parker, formerly book William Sieplienton, esq. clerk of the peace Eller at Oxto: d. in his syth year.

for the county of Huntingdon. jr. Mr. jolipli Waring, tunber-merchant,

The Rev. Mr. Kny wies, aged 73, rector at lamheth.

of Tinwell, in Rutland, and vica: of Ilori. Aitle Sear, near Bromyard, Hereford fire, by, Lincointhirs. Icremiah Atkins, aged 102 years

Mr William Robertson, merchant, of Phi12. At Ponder's End, Thomas Fuller, efq. pot lane. lauker, or Lombard-strett.

Franc.$ Newmar, esq. of North Cadburyi At Worciter, aged 74, the Roy Richard Latviy, at Bath the Rev. Rowlane ChamNenge, vicar of St. Pancras and Ailladows, bre, rector of Thornton, Clicluse, and oi London Wall.

Bensington, Salop. 13. Mr. George Warner, of the Bull's

Mrs. Annally, mother of Francis Head, Coventry,

Annelly, esq. 13:ember for Reading, aged 87, 14. Nits. B: ay, wife of William Bray, efq, The Rev. John Leathbridge, (f Launcefof Great Ruitreci, Bioon.Dury

ton, iu Cernw.ll, aged 72. Lately, in Chirlotte-freet, Portland Place, The Ruv. Thomas Howes, M. A. redor aga 73, John Wade, (fq. youngest son of the of Friiton, Suffolk, aged 65 yeas. la:c Field Marshal Wade.

Capt Werb, Poriland-itreet, Kingsdown, 15. Mr. William Kilbee, of Sackville Bristol, aged 73. Artet, Dublin, wine- merchant

21. Mrs. P'ye wife of Herry James P'ye,elq. At Brecon, Thomas Bullock Lloyd, esq. Mr Charles Pugh, of Roud-lars, grocer.

16. Ac Ely, John Waddington, elq. aged Juleph Saunders, elę at Liffon-green, 66 years.

Paddington, Mr Henry Green, one of the aldermon of William Deane, efq. mayor ele&t for Har, Roteingham.

wich, Ar Barh, the Rev. Mr. B. fTet, rector of At Buggen Hinch, Mrs Beadlon, aged 94, Lunt:voith in Lincolnshire.

mother of the Buihop of Gloucester. 17. Williaa Pickett, csq. alderman of 23. Mr. Thomas Thorniull, in Doctors Cornlull Ward

Commons, formerly a grecer in St. Paul's Bryan Scotney, efq. in Gower street, Ced, Church.yard. ford Square.

Charles Adcy, erg. Wotton Under-edge. Al Eltham, in his 73d year, Mr Godfrey 24. Henry Franks, esq. of Mortlake, Sur. Mollink, merchant ot Dowga'e-hill.

ry, in his 734 year. At 'I wickenhamn, the Righe Hon. Lord Mr. Edwad Chaplin, of the Hay-market, Jolu Cavendish, uncle to the Duke of De builder. von Sure,

Richard Magan, esq. of the Argoed, near Ai Sapey, near Worceiter, Dr. John Sewa Moumouth. 21, date of S:. johin's College, Cambridge, At Norwich, aged 91, Mr. Charles Fearand one of the plasticiads of Worc:itor in man, tatis ot the Common Council. honory.

furved the ottice if Sheriff in 17ho. Th: Rev. Thrmas Benfon, tvior and tel. 'The Rrv. fordon Carteil, M. A. vicar

of of Wauban College, Qxturd.

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Mr. Thomas Bell, of Rothbury, Nor.

The Rev. Pierrepoint Crom, many years thumberland.

chairman to the Quarter Sefions for the Ac Coopejsale, Essex, Jamineau Cheveley, Western Division of the county of Kent. efq.

2. Mr Daniel Ball, surgeon, of Warwick, At Edinburgh, John Maclaurin, efq. Lord street, Charing Cross, aged 36. Dreghorn, one of the Senators of the College Lafely, at Poitsmouth, Mr. Robert Inglis, of juttice.

late surgeon at Stratford. 25. Al Bartlee's Buildings, Benjamin Lately, Mr. Crabtree, cotton merchant, Lynd, M.D.

Newgate street. At Seagrove Lodge, Dawlith, near Exeter, 3. Milner Perkins, esq. captain and ad. the indy of Sir William Wation.

jutant in the North Yorkregiment of Militia. William Hay, elg. writer of the Signet, at Lately, at Hopesay, in Salop, the Rev. Cha. Ertuigh.

Tucker, rector of that parith upwards of 40 Lately, at Abingdon, aged 64, Mr. John years. Bowles, attorney.

5. At Weft Wickam, Kent, Philip Shep 26. At Hampton Green, aged 26, Luke pard, tíq. aged 66. Gardiner, esq. of the kingdom of Ireland. Mirs. Amey Filmer, fifter of Sir John File

27. Benjamin Barlow, esq. at Walion upon Thanics.

6. Mr. Robert Goiden, jun. architect, of At Worcester, aged 86, Mrs. Wall, wilow Great Orizzond-street. of Dr. Wall, formerly phyfcian in that 7. Mr. Edward Kimpton, surgeon, of cty.

Sow hampion Buildings. At Stratford Green, Mr. James Innes, Thomas Rumball, esq. of Church-Nreet, Weft-India merchart.

Edmonton. Charles Melith, erg one of the com 8. Ai Hammerfinith, the Rev. Morgan miffioners of the Stamp-office.

Jones, I.L. D. Richard Wright, eiq. Charles-street, St. Ai Shrew Bury, aged 87 years, John Pow. Jame's Square, aged 82.

ell, elg. of Wortham, in the County of In Dublin, the Rt. Hon. Lord Baron Salop. Trimblestown, aged 60.

10. William Gillum, esq late of the East Mr. John Watkis, of Shrewsbury, aged 71. India House.

30. At Northfieet Lodge, William Henry Mr. John Lucie Blackman, West - India Birch, esq. Major-commandant of the corps merchant. of Northfiret Volunteers.

The Hon. Mrs. N. Borcawen, lady of the Mr. Thomas Seddon, upholder, Dover. late Rev. Dr. Nicholas Boscawen. Street.

The Rev. Richard Clarke, rector of Bedale, In York ítreet, Westminster, Sir Robert in the North Riding of Yorkshire. Juxon, bart. of Rufford Hall, Lancathire. 31. The Not Noble Jemima, Marchioness

At Bristol Hotwells, Chartes Edwards, Grey, and Baroness Lucas, of Crudwell, reesq.

lict of Philip the second Eaid of Hardzi. In Leicester-square, Sir Benjamin wicke. Tibbs, knt. late one of the ther.Ifs of Lon. Thomas Page, esq. of Ely, in Cambridgedon,

thire, in his 65th year. Mr. John Willoughby, tallow.chandler, 12: Thomas Porter Bone!l, efq. of Duffield of Knight Rider Street, one of the common Hall, Derbyshire. Council for Cafik Baynard Ward.

13. Mr. Thomas Nah, sugar-refiner, LeIn Newgate, Lord William Murray, bro. man-street. ther to the Duke of Athol. To this place 14. John Stewart Wortley, efq. M.'P. for he was removed three years since for arding Bofimney, and lieutcnant in the Coldstream in an altempt to blow up the walls of the Guards. King's Bench prison

Mrs. Burne, wife of Thomas Burne, efq. Edward Heylyn, efq. at INingtoa.

of Bedford-Iqware. Edward Malon, esq. aged 85, formerly se Mr. Gerard Portinan, of Great St. Thomas Cretary to the Firft Duke of Cumberland. Apoftle.

Lately, at Belle Vue, near Dublin, Tha-mas Mr. John Pige, of Great St. Helen's, Wander, esq. late secretary to the commit. 15. At Path, Major General George Bolton foners of the revenue in Ireland.

Eyres, T.any years in the Eat India Compa1797. ist. Jän. James Bradley, cfa. ny's service. fecretary to the India Board office, White 17. Joseph Bushna!", esq. coinptroller a!

the city of Loudun.

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For F E B R U AR Y

1797 (Embellished with, 1. A PORTRAIT of Sir BENJAMIN TROMESON, Knt. Count of

RUMTORD, and Knight of the White Eagle and Sr. Stanislaus. And, 2. View of Lox)
CATHCART'S House, WHITIHALL, and OLD Hovies behind the CHARTIA-House.]

CONTAINING,
Page 1

Page Account of Sirenjamin Thompson, read for the late abundant Harveft, 115

Knt. Count of Rumford, &c. &c. 83 | Stedman's Narrative of a Five Years On Crayon Painting,

84

Expedition against the revolted Neó On Liberty,

85 groes of Spritiam, in Gulana, on the Inscripcion to the Memory of the Rev. Wild Coast of South America, from Mr. Harnson,

86 the Yeat 1772 to 1777 (Continued), 116 Remarks refpe&ting the Prologue to With various other Articles, on the Plan Vortigern,

ibid, of a MONTHLY CATALOGUL. Anecdotes of Mr. Georee Selwyn and Theatrical Journal, including Fahle and the Marquis Townthend,

87 Character of Hoare's "i Friend in A Curious Letter in the Bodleian Library, ibid. Need," á Mutical Entertainment Lord Cathcart's House, Whitehall ; and Peon's “ Battle of Eddington," a Tra

the Old Houses behind the Charter. gedy --Address spoken by Mrs. Yates house,

88 Prologue and Epilogue to the new Table 1 alk; including Anecdores, &c. of Comedy of “A Cure for the Heart.

Waller-Cowley-Dennis (the Cri Ache". With an Account of a new
tic)Duke de Schombergh-Lord Performer,
Stair-Duke of Marlborough-and Poetry, including Ode to Meditation
Mrs. Barry (the celebrated Actress), 89

Verses on the New invented Coffin-
Some Account of a Custom observed by Epigram-To Laura The Natural

the African Slaves in our British Co. Daughter, lopies

91

Drossiana. Number LXXXIX. Anco. Account of a Solitary Being, who was

dores of illustrious and extraordinary living in 1782 in a Forest in Stafford. Persons, perhaps not generally known. Inire,

94 [Continued); including Frederic Hoff. Tides of the Emperor of Ava, and of man-Leo X.-john Knox-and the Viceroy of Pegue,

Lopez de Vega,
Explanation of the Duties incumbent on Journal of the Proceedings of the First

Kings, as mentioned under Nine Ge. Selfion of the Eighteenth Parliament neral Heads, in the Letter from the of Great Britain (Continued), 147 Emperor of the Birmans,

97 State Papers, including Note presented to Alice and Maila ; or, The Injured Afri the American Sec. of State by Citizen cans. An Original Tale,

Adet - Reply of the Executive Go. Amusing Account of an Elephánt Hunt verninent of America to. Citizen in the East Indies,

99

Adet's Note-Address of the Prefident Anecdotes of the Rev. Dr. Gale. By

of the United States of America Joseph Moser, Esq.

102 Refcript published by Order of the Account of the Worki now executing at King of Prussia, refpe&ting the Pruffian Fonchil,

104

Territories on the Left Bank of the

Rhine-Meffage delivered the 10th
LONDON Review.

- Jan. from his Excellency the Lord Vaillant's New Travels into the Interior Licutenant of Ireland to both Houfes

Parts of Africa, by the Way of the of Parliament-Letter of Convocation Cape of Good Hope, in the Years addressed to the Plenipotcntiaty Envoys 1783, 1784, and 1785,

107 of the Associated Srates of Northern Lewis's Monk. A Romance,

Germany, by M. Von Dohm, the Archdeacon Plymley's Charge given at Pruffian Minister,

129 the ViStations of the Arehdeaconrý of Foreign Intelligences from the London Salop, the 21 and 220 Days of June Gazettes, &c. &c. 1796, 115 Domestic Intelligence,

147 Clapton's Sermon preached at Knares. Monthly Obituary,

borough, October 3, 1996, on Occa Prices of Stocks, fion of a Form of Thanksgiving being

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS TO CORRESPONDENT9. We have received of late, and particularly this Month, Recommendations of several Portraits, many of which we thould be glad to introduce into our Work ; the Writers, towever, have, in general, omitted to mention how we are to procure them.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from February 11 to February 18, 1797.

Wheat Rye | Barl. Oats Beans COUNTIES upon the COAST. 8. d. s. ds. d. s.

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Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans London om ooo oloo 0,00 oloo ol Effex

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49 027 3/24 1416 621 3 Kent 40

0 25 418 822 ) Suflex

4 00 0125 id 19 400 0 INLAND COUNTIES. Suffolk

45 400

0122 516 0119

Cambrid. 43 4 co 019 1110 Middlesex 52 25 026 918 10,25

1 Norfolk

0 18 513 79 7 Surry 53 027 626 018 027 6 Lincoln

41 7 00

811 Hertford 48 8)32 324 875 529

1 York 43 4 27 824 Bedford 48 734 1024 8 13 1026 6. Durham. 45 II 34 033

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Il bo Hunting. 43 11 00 0122

бро Northum: 43 TI 28 425 1115 0 0 0 Northam. 45 838

op1 8 12 10121 6 Cumberl. 53 9 37 7 31 4417 2 po Rutland

47 000 0123 0 14 023 6 Westmor. 56 6 40 632 17 17 900 Leicester

53' 10oo6 715 431 8 Lancash. 52 10 00 034 716 1132 0 Nottingh. 46 10 30 026 2015 027 Cheshire 47

33 215 10.00 Derby 54 200 030 216 833 10 Gloucest. 53 500 029 Stafford

53 700 030 917 134 11 Somerset. 59 300 033 0150296 Salop 53 442 8/36 318 832 6 Monmou. 62

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616 6 ooo Hereford 52 448 0134 018 328 10 Devon 56 300 . 30 613 900 Worcest. 55 1000 032 030 1031 6 Cornwall 58 400 © 29 113 Warwick 55 400 019 518 033 7 Dorset

S7 7 oo 027 517 600 SS 000 027

54 9 00 026 327 628 3 Berk3 54 260 024 119 729 4

WALES. Oxford 55 4.00

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JANUARY 1797.

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