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Griffith Williams, efq. of Wormwood Grove, Carmarthenshire, to Mifs Evans, of Highmeal, Cardiganshire.
The Rev. John Francis Brown Bohun, of Magdalen college, Oxford, to Mifs Mannoch, of Horsham.
The Rev. William Hughes, A. M. rector of Pitchcott, Bucks, to Mifs Wykham, daughter of the Rev. Richard Wykham, of Sul grave, Northamptonshire.
MONTHLY OBITUARY for OCTOBER 1791.
Alexander Cumine, D. D. rector of
the parish of St. Catharine.
Lately, in Spanish Town, Jamaica, the Hon. Rofe Hering May, efq. one of the Members of his Majesty's Council.
AUG. 1. Geo. Abbott Hall, efq. Collector of the Cuftoms at Charles Town, South Carolina.
SEPT. 3. At Saddleworth, near Manchefter, Mifs Mary Buckley, of London.
15. At Paris, Charles Orby Hunter, efq. of Crowland, Lincolnshire.
Lady Elizabeth Hay, fifter of the late Earl of Kingoul.
18. Mr. Brett, of New King-ftreet, Bath. 20. At Tunbridge Wells, John Sargent, efq. of Halftead-place, in Kent.
At Whitehaven, Mr. John Ware, fen. proprietor and publisher of the Cumberland
William Mitchell, efq. late of Kingston, in the island of Jamaica.
21. Mr. John Hakewell, Margaret-ftreet, Cavendish quare.
Mr. Jofiah Peartree, compafs-maker, of Yarmouth, aged 73.
Lately, William Dunn, efq. Alderman of Dublin.
22. Mr. Cumberlege, formerly a linendraper, in Newgate-street, and latterly collector for the New River Company, in his 88th year.
Mr. Robert Baldwin, jun. bookfeller, in Paternofter-row.
At Southwick-houfe, Northamptonshire, the Rev. Francis Broade, D. D. re&tor of Benefield.
23. Mr. Michael Lafcelles, late of Salifbury-treet, wine-merchant.
24. Mrs. Braithwaite, at Croydon, reli&t of the late Rev. T. Braithwaite.
Lately, the Rev. John Knowles, curate of Thorganby, in Yorkshire.
25. Mr. Jofeph Curry, formerly an auc tioneer, at Newcaftl.
Thomas Hoo, efq. at Barr, near Birmingham.
Mr. Edward Hall, of Manchester, 38 years one of the furg ons of the Infirmary
Mr. Archibald Stewart, clerk at Trueman's brewhole.
Sir Herbert Mackworth, Bart. at bis feat in Glamorganfhire; his death was occa
fioned by a thorn in his finger, which pro duced a mortification.
Charles Heath, efq. at Moulfey.
At Glafgow, John Dunn, of Tannochfide, efq.
27. John Hart, efq. principal coal-meter, and late an Alderman of London.
The Right Hon. Lord Craven. He was born in 1737, and in 1767 married Elizabeth daughter of the late Earl of Berkeley.
At Bourn, in Lincolnshire, Mr. William Young, preacher at the Baptift Mecting there.
28. At Tottenham, Mr. Glafcock, shopkeeper, who had acquired a fortune by letting out fingle-horse chaifes.
James Bennett, efq. of Walthamstowe
Sir Richard Tawney, Knt. fenior Alderman, and father of the city of Oxford, in his 71t year. He was knighted in 1786.
Mr. John Rawlinfon, of Red Lion-ftreet, Clerkenwell.
6. James Butler, efq. formerly of PallMall,
Mrs. Ducarel, widow of Dr. Ducarel.
At Birmingham, in his 79th year, Peter Oliver, Efq. late Chief Justice of Maffachusetts Bay, New England.
At Stoke near Exeter, Mrs. Fulford, relift of John Fulford, eiq. of Great Fultordboufe, Devonshire.
Lieut. Gen. J. Mackenzie, Col. Commandant and Adjutant Gen. of the Marine Forces, aged 82. He commanded the marines at Belleifle, in 1761.
7. Mr. Benjamin Kirk, of Acomb, in York fhive.
Mr. John Walter, Woolftapler, Bermondfey-freet.
William Langley, efq. Driffield, York
Lately Jeremiah Waring, efq. at Mr. Finch's, Thorpe Lee-house, Surry, aged 76. 8. The Rev. Charles Batley, rector of Wetherden, and perpetual curate of Hunfton, both in Suffolk, aged 72.
Mr. Montague, one of the City Surveyors. Mr. Henry Birch in the Mino ies, late Infpector and Appraifer of china ware to the East India Company.
At Matlock, Henry Hamer, efq. of Ha
Mr. Jenkinfon, of Bilton, near Lanca
Lately, at Dublin, Mrs. Fofter, mother of the Speaker of the Houle of Commons
9. The Countels Dowager of Glafgow. She was daughter of George Lord Rofs, and married to the late Earl m 1755.
Mr. Henry Boutefeu, of Buliter-fquare. Bateman Robfon, efq. of Lincoln'sInn.
Lately, Robert Barlow, efq. Bofton, Lincolnshire.
10. Mr. William Crace, ftationer, Long
Mr. John Royal, glove-maker, Pantonfreet, Hay-market.
At Sunnilide, Scotland, Rear Admiral Inglis.
At Edinburgh, Sir Robert Dalyell, Bart.
Lately, in confequence of a fall from a two pair of ftairs window, at Fakenham, Norfolk, Mr. Evans, the celebrated performer on the harp.
11. At Firie, near Lewes, the Right Hon. William Hall Gage, Vifcount Gage, of Caftle Ifland, and Baron of Castlebar, in Ireland, Baron Gage of Firle, in Suifex, and Bart.
Mr. Male jun. of Edmund Hall, Oxford• 12. At Bath, Mifs Sarah Torkington, re lated to the Earl of Harborough.
Charles Frewen, efq. of Clewer, near Windfor.
Mr. Landsbury, fhip-chandler, Deptford. At Plymouth Dock, J. A. Pownall, efq. ftorekeeper of that yard, formerly a naval officer at G braltar.
13. At Chelfea College, the Countess Dowager of Effingham, wife of Sir George Howard, K. B.
Knipe Gobbett, efq. lieut. col. of the Western battalion of the Norfolk militia, and an Alderman of Norwich, of which city he ferved the office of Mayor in 1771. Mr. Edward Roberts, mafter of Lianfyllin fchool.
Capt. Wildy French, formerly commander of Xebecque packet, and the oldest lieutenant in his Majefty's Navy.
Thomas Hoggarth, efq. of Lambeth Ter
14. Mr. Smith, hofier and hatter, near the Mews-gate.
15. Mr. Thomas Fielding, master of the Carolina Coffee-houfe, Cornhill.
At Snarefbrook, Epping Foreft, Rear Admiral John Harrifon, who was first captain under Sir Geo. Pocock, in all the engagements with Monf. D'Ache, and at the taking of the Havannah.
Richard Dundas, efq. of Blair.
16. Mr. Wellbank, broker, at Croydon. Mrs. Morley, wife of Mr. Morley, Doctor's Commons.
Lately, the Rev. Mr. Parkinson, chaplain of the Eaft regiment of Elfex militia.
17. Robert Foxcroft, efq. collector of the Customs, at the port of Lancaster.
The Rev. Robert Burt, vicar of Twickenham, and chaplain to the Prince of Wales.
Mr. John Walker, one of the four patent mellengers of the Exchequer.
Lately, in Ireland, Edmund Eyre, cfq. fon of the late Archdeacon Eyre, of Lyna in Norfolk, and nephew of the late Bishop Keene, Lieut. Col. of the 64th reg, of foot, and Col. in the army.
Lately, John Butterfield, efq. of Lancaf
Lately, Mr. Tapp, wholefale linen-draper, Friday ftreet.
20. Lady Georgina Beauclerk, youngest daughter of the Duke of St. Alban's.
Lately, at Mofelev, in Yorkshire, Mr. James Neild, schoolmaster. He was the firft inftructor in mufick of Mifs Harrop, now Mrs. Bates.
Lately, the Rev. Marwood Place, A. B. vicar of Kirkby Lonsdale.
21. Mr. Thomas Eames, of Staple-Inn. 22. Mr. John Sandford, lately arrived from India, and fourth officer of the Henry Dundas.
[Embellished with, 1. A PORTRAIT of FREDERICA CHARLOTTA ULRICA DUCHESS OF 2. A VIEW OF WARWICK-HOUSE, CLOTH-FAIR. And 3. A VIEW OF PRINCE
Captain M'Cluer to the Pelew Iflnds ibid. Account of Prince Rupert's Palace 328 The Life of Christopher Smart Account of the Feelings of that felf-taught and inartificial Character Mr. V. J. Duval, as defcribed by Himfelt, when he saw, for the first Time, the Reprefentation of a Play at Paris 333 Another Character of Lord Bolingbroke 335 On Gaming: a Fragment 336 A short Account of the tragical End of Two Noble Families of the Tenth Century-An Anglo-Saxon History 337 Remarks on the Ifland of Hinzuan or Johanna. By Sir William Jones [contin.] 343 Droffiana, No. XXVI. Anecdotes of illuftrious and extraordinary Perfons [continued] The London Review, with Anecdotes of Authors.
Smeaton's Hiftorical Report on Ramígate
An Addrefs to every Briton on the Slave Trade: being an effectual Plan to abolifh this Difgrace to our Country Bolwell's Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. [continued]
The Hiftory and Antiquities of the Parish of Tottenham-High-Crofs, in the County of Middlefex 374 Newte's Profpects and Observations on a Tour in England and Scotland, Natural, Economical, and Literary [concl.] 375 Obfervations, Natural, Oeconomical, and Literary, made in a Tour from London to the Lakes in the Summer of 1791 [continued]
Eulogy of Thomson the Poet, delivered by the Earl of Buchan on Ednam Hill, when he crowned the First Edition of the Seasons with a Wreath of Bays on the 228 September 1791 381 The Protest of the Princes of the Houfe of Bourbon against the French King's Acceptance of the Conftitution 384 Proceedings of the National Assembly of France: including, the Anfwer of the feveral Courts to the King's Notification of his having accepted the Conftitution-Count De Hertzberg's Opinion of the French and Polish Revolutions -Decree against the Emigrants; and the King's Letter to the French Princes, his Brothers 386 Theatrical Journal: including, Plan and Character of the New Comedy called "Notoriety"
392 Poetry including, Lines addreffed to Mrs. Robinson, on reading her Ode to the Nightingale, by S. J. Pratt, Efq. -Chloe and Damon, in Imitation of Dr. Trotter's Song of Damon and Chloe-Ode to Minerva, &c. &c. 393 Foreign Intelligence
Monthly Chronicle, Obituary, &c.
Printed for J. SEWELL, Cornhill;
and J. DE BRETT, Piccadilly. [Entered at Stationers-all.]
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS to CORRESPONDENTS.
The original Letter from Mr. Pope is poftponed until next Month. In the mean time the tranfmitter of it is defired to fend for a letter left for him at the Publisher's.
Our Correfpondent who fent us a poetical epiftle from Cleophilus by the post, should have recollected the expence attending such a conveyance; it is too long for the European Magazine.
The Anecdotes of Lord Bacon are under confideration.
Our Correfpondent J. F. S. at North Shields, means well. The Letter on Impreffing Seamen, which is received, and fhall be inferted the first opportunity, we confider only as an introduction. Future ones may contain hints for remedy, which we shall also readily infert. ERRATUM. In the Song of "Elmina," in a former Magazine, for blows read blooms.
AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from Nov. 14, to Nov. 19, 1791.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans s. d. s. d.s. ds. d. s. d. 5 513 4/3 6/2 4/3 9 COUNTIES INLAND.
COUNTIES upon the COAST.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans. 5 23 93 42 53 9
23 13 32 43 4
5 23 03
8 2 03
4 113 103 42
Northuniberl.4 93 92102
Cumberland 5 114
Monmouth 5 5
102 24 I
22 914 I
5 43 93
North Wales 5 70 03 31 1114 6
South Wales 5 310