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3. Charles Codd, efq. of Norwich, an eminent Manufacturer, and Governor of Bethel. He ferved the office of Sheriff in 1768, and had been twice elected Alderman, but fined.
The Rev. Daniel Chandler, at Hampton, Middlefex.
At Bath, aged 74, the Rev. Mr. Burton. Lately, at Dunfandle, in Galway, Dennis Daly, efq. M. P. for the county of Galway, and Mufter Matter-General of the forces in Ireland.
Lately, at Peckham, Mr. John Brown, of Worcester-ftreet, in the Borough.
4. John Broadley, efq. at Bexley, in Kent, formerly Commander of the True Briton, in the East India Company's fervice. Mr. Thomas Harrifon, late Printer of the London Gazette.
At Bath, Major Grant. William Dalrymple, efq. fecond fon of David Dalrymple, efq.
5. Mr. George Hayton, at York, Common Councilman for Micklegate Ward. Lately, Thomas Midgley, efq. of Cocke ridge-hall, near Leeds, aged 78.
6. Henry Bonham, efq. of Orfett-houfe, Effex, aged 74.
William Mercer, efq. Mayor of Hithe, in Kent.
At Lancaster, in his 76th year, James Fenton, efq. Recorder of that Corporation. Mrs. Boafoy, relict of Thomas Bonfoy, efq. housekeeper of Newmarket-palace.
Lately, at Stow, near Litchfield, aged 81, Mrs. Gatrell, relict of Francis Gaftrell, Vicar of Frodsham, and daughter of Sir
7. Mr. Benjamin Whittal, at York. At Chichester, Mrs. Middleton, wife of Thomas Afton. the Rev. B. Middleton.
At Glasgow, Mrs. Cleghorn, wife of Dr. Robert Cleghorn, Physician.
Dorning Ramfbotham, efq near Bolton, Lancashire.
8. Thomas Bathurst, efq. of Lydneypark, nephew to the late Earl Bathurst.
At Doctors Comm ns, Dr. Thomas Bever, Advocate of the Admiralty, Judge of the Cinque Ports, Chancellor of Lincoln and Bangor, and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford.
The Rev. Mr. Allan Macauley, Minister of Greenock.
Lieut. Gen. Francis Smith, Upper Grofvenor-street.
Mr. William Gifford, of Homerton. Lately, at Chester-le street, Sir Blaxton Conyers, late Collector of the Cuftoms of the port of Newcastle.
9. John Brown, efq. many years Collec tor of the Salt Duties at Droitwich.
Robert Budden, efq. of Damerham, Wilts.
Lately, Sir William Ogilvie, at Barras. 10. John Barton, efq. in the Temple. Mr. William Thompfon, at Liverpool. Sir Thomas Rumbold, Bart. Mr. Gibbs, of North Bradley, Wilts. 11. Robert Wallham, efq. of March, in the Ifle of Ely,
Mifs Jenkinson, fifter of Lord Hawkefbury.
15. Mr. Edmund Goodbehere, master of the Union Tavern, Birmingham.
Mrs. White, relict of George White, efq. of Newington-houfe, Oxford hire.
16. John Ferguson, efq. lately returned from Bengal.
Edward Penny, efq. at Chifwick. Mr. Charles Pinto, Mufician, Johnson's court, Fleet-street.
17. Francis Watkins, efq. formerly an Optician at Charing-crofs.
Mr. James Hales, Brewer, at Deptford. Lately, John Ives, efq. of Titchfield, at Cambridge.
20. At Parfon's-Green, the Rev. Jeffery Ekins, D. D. Dean of Carlisle, and Rector of Sedgefield and Morpeth, in Durham. Dr. Ekins was educated at Eton, from whence he went to King's College, Cambridge, of which he became Fellow, and Tutor to Lord Carlifle. In 1771 he publithed "The Loves of Medea and Jafon," a Poem in 3 books, tranflated from the Greek of Apollonius Rhodius Argonauticus, 4to. He was then Rector of Quainton,
For DECEMBER 1791.
[Embellished wih, 1. A PORTRAIT of Mr. CHARLES MACKLIN; 2. A VIEW Of ST. MEDARD'S, at Soissons in FRANCE; and 3. A MACHINE for ASCERTAINING a SHIP'S RATE of SAILING at SEA, with a TIME-REGULATOR and TELLTALE.]
Fourth Century before the Christian
hanna. By Sir William Jones [concl.] 449 Obfervations, Natural, Oeconomical, and Literary, made in a Tour from London to the Lakes in the Summer of 1791 [concluded] 450 Proceedings of the National Affembly of France: including, Anfwers of Foreign Powers to the King's Notification of his Acceptance of the Constitution [continued] 454 State Papers-Proclamation of the Brothers of the King of France; Anfwer of the King's Brothers to his Majefty's Letter; Copy of the Declaration of the Court of Vienna to the Powers of Europe; Letter from her Majesty the Emprefs of all the Ruffias to the Marshal de Broglio 458 Theatrical Journal: including, Account of a new Ballet or Interlude, entitled, The Prufian Festival; and Mrs. Cowley's Comedy of A Day in Turkey; or, the Ruffian Slaves Poetry including, Two Poems (now fiift published) by the unfortunate Chatterton-The Patriot Fair, a Song, by the late Chriftopher Smart, M. A.
Lines added by Mr. Haftings to Mickle's Luftad-The Tobacco-BoxThirty-Eight, by Mrs. Char, Smith Beans and Bacon, a Tale, &c. &c. Foreign Intelligence from the London Gazette Extraordinary : including, Particulars of the Engagement between Lord Cornwallis and Tippoo, near Seringapatam, May 26, 1791 Explanation of a Machine for ascertaining a Ship's Rate of Sailing at Sea, with a Time Regulator and Tell-Tale Monthly Chronicle, Obituary, &c.
Printed for J. SEWELL, Cornhill;
[Entered at Stationers-Hall.]
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans
5 513 43 6/2 4/3 10 COUNTIES INLAND.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS to CORRESPONDENTS.
We never received the Dialogue mentioned by Mr. Rickman.
If Miles chufes to let his piece take its turn it will be inferted, otherwise it shall be returned. Many pieces are in hand which claim priority.
We must again repeat, that nothing, uniefs temporary, can be inferted which is fent after the middle of the month. The number printed requires to go very early to the prefs.
AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from Dec. 10, to Dec. 17, 1791.
COUNTIES upon the COAST.
Wheat Rye Barl. Oats Beans.
5 43 23
62 43 9
3.2 33 5
5 43 10
4 10 3
Hereford 5 24
52 513 11