Gen. Conway assured the hon. gent. that Lord Mahon seconded Mr. Pitt's Morion. is he had casually made use of the word deli Mr. Fox declared with great warmth, that cacy in speaking of the critical fruation of if he could trace up the report to the Nothe times the prceeding day, it was with bleman who made it, he would move for bis out reference to any pasticular fet of men impeachment; he added, that if the Eatt or measures, but in general, wbich every India Bill was thrown out, as he did not man of common sense muft see and feel. doubt but it would, be would bring in anoThe times were critical; but he had never ther, thoroughly convinced that such a Bill given the most diftant intimation that the was necefl'ary for the safety of ladia, and volanteers of Ireland had made them fo. for the Company's Affairs.

Other members (poke to satisfy the hon. Some other Members having delivered gentleman that nothing offensive had been their sentiments, the House divided on the faid of the Volunteers of Ireland.

motion made by Mr. Pitt, for the order of Mr. Flood, however, concluded his speech the day, when there appeared for it 80, with moving, that the words 17,483 be left against it 153. out, and that the words 15,483 be inserted The motion for the order of the day have in their room.

ing been thus negatived, Mr. Baker's two Sir Joseph Mawbey seconded the motion, resolutions were carried without a divifion. and divided the Houle upon it, which was Mr. Erskine afier this moved, that it is negatived by only one diffenting voice. the opinion of this House, that the present Wednesday 17.

Haie of the East India Company called for In the House of Commons, as soon as the the most freedy interference of Parliament, Speaker had taken the Chair, Mr. Baker role and would brook no delay; and that the and said, that he had fomething material to House will consider as an abertor of those Jay before the House, and therefore moved that abutes, and an enemy to his country, any the Serjeant at Arms be directed to go with person who thall presume to advise his Mac he mace in:o all the avevues leading to the jefty, to preven the discharge of this imHouse, and summon the Members there to at portant dury. This motion produced ano tend. This was seconded and carried into ex iher divifion, when there appeared for it ecution.

137, against it 73: Mr. Baker then rore again, and mea

Friday 19. tioned a very alarming report which had This morning, at one o'clock, a special been for some days in circulation relative to mesenger delivered to Lord North and Mr. a conference which a noble Lord had with a Fox, the two Secretaries of State, a meffage great Personage, and the opinion that was from his Majefty, importing, that it was hiä jaid to have been exprefled by the latter of Majetty's will and pleasure, that they should the bill which that House had sent up to the deliver to him the feals of their respective Lords, for vesting the affairs of the E. 1. offices. On this metlage the seals were feor Company io cetrain Directors. At present to Buckiugham house by Mr. Frazer and it was supported on no betier authority than Mr. Nepean the two Under Secretaries. A that of a rumour, but it was a rumour of too fimilar medage was about the same time fept ferious and too alarming a nature to be patied to the Commissioners of the Great Seal. over unnoticed.

Late the evening before the Duke of PortHe added, that he would not say any nohle land and Mr. Fox communicated to his Lord had spread such a report; he could not Majesty difpatches from Holland. Say who had spread it : but certainly is had Ai a Gereral Court of the United Combeen spread, and it was the duty of that pany of Merchants of England trading to Houte to express its abhorrence of it, be the the Eaft Indies, it was unanimously resolved, author of it who it might. He made some to requeti Gov. Johnston, Richard Atkinton, further obiervations, and concluded his

and John Woodhoule, Esqrs, to offer themspeech with two motions to the following felves as candidates to fill the three vacancies purport, viz. “ That it is now proper te de. in the important office of Directors occaclare the opinion of this Houle, that to re fioned by the resignation of Sir Henry port any opinion or pretended opinion of his Fletcher, barr. and Jacob Wilkinson, efq; Majcliy un any matter depending before Par and by the death of fir William James, diament, is a high crime and mildemeanor, bart. with which request those gecilmen derogatory to the dignity of Parliament, readily complied. and detructive of the Principles of the

Monday 22. Constitution." The next reiolurion was, The House of Commons agreed to the re“ That this House will, on Monday neat, port of the Rifomnions on the fapply, viz. resolve itself into a Commitre or the whole ihat 23,5561. be granied to replace the like Houte, to take into consideration the picient fum to the Sinking Fund iflued for paying state of the nation."

annuities ; allo 101,029). for dilió; likewise Lord Maitland seconded the first Motion. 13,3391. for ditto the igid of his Ma

Lord Nugent oppofed it. Mr. William jitty ; alio 27,909!. tur ditto in the 22d of Pirt was aiso againdi the Motion, and con his Majesty ; and 24.943. for dirlo, 1983. cluded tois speech by moving for the order Pafled the Land. Tax bill; also the lith of the day.

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lately been made by the diffenting ministers 10 An important discovery to those Navi- parliament, for relief in the affair of fubfcripgators who may sail through the Misambigno tion, without success, but which by a lubchannel to China has laiely been made of sequent act they have obtainer. These tracts (wo small iDands to the south of Madagascar; were his only publications, some fing'e ferthe most southern of which lies in lat. 250 mons excepted. He was a man of great abi.12. The northernmost in lat. 24° 55: lities, narural and acquired, and as his talents These islands are surrounded with rocks were always communicable to his friends for three quarters of a league írom More. their improvement or e: tertainment, his un

happy feclufoo from the world was to them an Philip Furneaux, D. D. (lee p. 982) was irreparable lors, as they fruft bis removal from born of reputable though noc opulent parents, it is to himself an everlasting gain. at Totness, in the county of Devon, about the Edward Betham, B D. (ree p. 982) relatter end of Dec. 1726; had his graminar ceived his education a! Eton, of which semilearning in the free-school of that town, fir nary he was a distinguished ornament; wa under the care of the rev. Mr. Rowe, and af elected from thence to King's Coll. Cambridge, terwards under the rev. Mr. Wills, at the same in 1728, of which he became a fellow in 1731; time with the late learned Dr. Kennicott, who was some time bursar, ard by the provost and was a few years his senior, and between whom tellows, when senior fellow, was presented to there was in their youth a great intimaey and the living of Greenford, in Mindlesex. In friendship formed, which continues through 1771 the provodi and fellows of E'on elected life. From Torness Dr. Furneaux came to bim to a vacant fellowship in that loriery. So Londen to finish his education in the expence unexceptionable was his lite, that he may truly of which he was assisted by an exbibirion from be said to have made no enemy in the progiels the trustees of Coward's will), and studied va of it. Of manners genile, of friend thip most der Mr. John Eames two years, and after Mr. susceptible, of knowledge extenhve, be acquired Eames's deceale three ye.rs more under Dr. the praise and commendati, n of all men. His David Jennings, completing bis academical furtone was not extenlive, yet his liberality ftudies in 1746. He was soon after ch sen kept more than equal pace with it, and pointed asliftant to the rev. Mr. Henry Read, at the out objects and things to which it was impoflimeeting-house in St. Thomas's, and in con. ble tor nis nature to reffit lending his affiliance. junction with the rev, Mr. Prior, joint Sunday in his life-time he gave 2000l for the better cveniog lecturer at Salters. Hall, in the room maigraining he botanical garden at Camtr dge, of the rev. Mr. Pickering. In Sept. 1753 he thereby encouraging a ftudy which did peculiar fucceeded the rev. Ms. Moles Lowman, as bonour to his tefte, and materially benefired pattor of the disenting co gregation at Clap. munkind. So bumane was his dispintion, that ham in Surrey, which he raised to one of the he founder a d endowed a charity. school in his moft opulent and confiderable amongst the pro own parish; and this mott nobly in his life time, testant diffenrers. He remains d in their fer. when avarice might have forbid it, or the fear vice upwards of 23 years, but was deprived of of want might have excepled again't it. He bis capacity for uletuln: ss in the year 1777, by was exemplary for his meekness of mind, for the loss of his mental powers, under which de his complacency, moderation, and affability: plorable malady (which we are well assured no pride, except that of being an honour to huwas derived from his lamily **, and not from man nature, manifested itself in him. As in too close application to his studies) he continued his lite he indicated the most extensive lito the time of his decease. A very handsome berality, so at his death he exhibited a Jafting subscription of 100'. a year was kept up by the record of his gratitude. Impretled with ebe principal members of his church and their bogneft lense of the munificence of the Royal friends; and Lord Maosfield was

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Founder of Econ, within whose wals he had fome contributor. His library was also fod imbibeu the first feeds of education, he by his for his benefit 1780, by Leigh and Sothebr. will directed a tatue of marble, in honour of In 1770, or 1771, he published Seven Let. Henry VI.to be erected at the expence of 6ool. teis to the hon. Mr. Justice Blackstone, And, in order nfallibly to carry his purpose concerning his Expoli:ion of the Act of Tole into execurion, he con:ra&ted a lew months beration ti to the 2d edition of which was sub fore his death wiba a fatuary * to execute it, jo'ned the celebrated (eech of Lord Mansfield so very grateful was hie disposition, that he in the cause between the city ard the disenters culo nel content him'elf without this instance in the house of lords, and which Dr. F. wrote of duplay.g it: an example worthy of all imifrom memory; but it was so correct as to re tation Reader! if you scrutinise the aliloos ceive the approbation of his lordthip, who had of his life they will excite your imitation ;' if no notes on that occafion. In 1773 he also you coniemplate him when expi.ing, you will published an Eflay on 'Toleration, with a par honi ur his gratitude. Few men have lived ticular view to an application which had then mure respecle', none have «jed more delervedly

regrested. Hence, contemplate his virtues ! His fifter died in the same mclancholy For et not the asylum he has ereated for discircumftance some years ago.

tretied inn conce! « Go, and do likewise." + See our vol. LI. p. 505.

* Mr. Bacon.

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Mrs. Gardiner, of Dublin, in childbed (See Mortlock, sister of J. M. csq; receiver-general p. 978), was the dau. of Sir Wm. Montgomery, for Cambridgeshire. bart, and lift, to the right hon. Lady Viscoustess Rev. Mr. Crabbe, chaplain to the Duke of Townthend. She, Lady Townshend, and Mrs. Rutland, and author of the “ Village" (fee Beresford, the youngest bifter, were reckoned p. 1041.), to Miss Ellmy, of Bercles. the three most beautiful women in Europe, and 16. Tho. B. Parkyns, esq; one of the equer. were called the Irish Graces. Mrs. Gardiner had

ries to the D. of Cumberland, to Mr James, most remarkable fine theatrical talents, and dau, of Sir Wm. J. bart, of Gerrard itr. Soho. performed most of Sbakspeare's tragic charac 17. Rich. Norman, esg; to Miss Greg. ters, it was laid, even better than Mıs, Craw Alex. Adair, erg: to M is Lydia Thomas, ford. Her Lady Macbeth was the finest piece dau, of the late Sir Wim. T. bart. of acting ever exhibited on any fiage. Mr. 18. Rev. Wm. Girdlefione. R. of Kelling Gardiner, to gratify his beautiful lady'ü raste, and Salthouse, Norfolk, to Miss Ewig. fitled up a theatre at his lodge is the Phenix

20. Antb. Ayre, eig; of Grove, NottingPark, of whish he and Lt Sickville are keepe homín. to Miss Fiances Wilbrabam Bootle. ers; and here the people of fashion in Ireland

Dan. Fra. Houghion, elu; fort maior of the were invited twice or three times a year, to fee garriton of Goree in Africa, to Miss P. Evelye.. what was allowed to be the best company of

DEATH. gentlemen and lady performers that ever red ATELY, at Bath, res. Mr. Courtenay, the beasis. Mrs. G. bas left several children.

The hin. Wiliam Verrey (p.985) did not dary of Rochester. die of the cramp, but of the i7c&?; for an ac. At Madras, rev. John Fleming Stanley, R. corni rof wish ice Buchua's Domestic Medicine, of Warehorn, Kent, and lon to Edw. S. ela, p. 605.

of the custom house.

At St. Bemain de Cobre, io Normandy, of BIRTH.

a malignani fever, the lady of Wm. Neville Dec.28. ADY of G. Gipps, efq; M. P. Hart, era; formerly M. P. for Stafford. for Canterbury, w foo.

Al Harpflead, M:s. Halhes, wife of Wm.

H. erq; oi Gr. Genrue-1tr.
ATELY, in Dublin, LVic. Valentia, Ai Charit - Hurerhem, S merletshire, rev.

to Mito Cavendish, dau, of the ri. hon. Mr. Taylor, vi ar of that porn. Sir H. Cavendish, bart.

09. A Chuthirt, Mr. Weil field, a maides 0.2.0. Rev. Mír. Poole, curale of Stan- lady, the buik of whole fruce, after riay more larva alias Whichurch, co. M.do. to cbarities and legacies to servants, gres to ber Milo Millar, of Chefhent.

nicce, the lady of Mi. Pott, surgeon. Nu 27. At Eweld, Soriev, Mir. Rich. C.

19. At Newpost, in the isle of Wight, Smith, to Mi's Casey, oiling on.

Mr. Juan Van Riel, eldest fun of the late W Wilam, tri; to Miis Lanedale.

Mr. V.R. Durch merctani. 30. Tho. Watlon, M.D. to Miis Valle, Nov. I. At Up?i!, aged 45, Mr. Cha, LinDie 1. Dan. Shirley, elas o M is Wanrey. næus, professor of botany, a worthy inheritor Mr. G20. B; field, architect to Miss Aubuti. of that immoral name, whole family is now Sim. Stoper, esq; to iniis Richardfon. extinct. He has been iwo years collecting ibe

2. Rev. Moron Rockliff, of Wuodford, p. fthumous works of his father, from France, Eiler, to Mil: Binnet.

England. and Holland, conjointly with Sir Ar Edmonton, Mr. Tho, Rumball, of the Joleph Banks and M. Jubileo, and was busy in Nimries, attorney, 10 Miss Stace, orly dau. enri bing them with many curious remarks, of vir. Nymphas S. of Lpping ; and

when de.sh Instched him away. Mr. Parr. Ross, painter, of St. Mary Hill, 4. At Elor, in the courty of Bucks, Mrs. to Mis Lock , dau. of Mr. L. malier of the Tiired!, a marven lasy, many years re: Angelinn, Edmonton,

fident there, where with great credit the Al Pino, Lincoin hira, Sam Smith, of kept a boarding house for the young gentle. Nottingham, erq; to Miss 'Turnor, eidelt dau, She was liftes of Wm. Tyrrell, eíq; late of Eam. T. of Pan'on-House, ell;

clerk of the peace for the county of Berks. To 3. Wm. B l'ingham, eiq; io Mils F. Chole pay no tribute to her memory were to suffer her mondeiey, d-0. of the hori, and rev. Rob. C. many virtues to be buried in oblivion. Few

Rev. Mr. Browning, to Miss St. Barbe. women lived with more esteem. To her bro.

9. By the Abp. of Conterbury, Wm. Sirode, ther's an i litter's family the extended her core elq; of Northaw, Horts, roche wirow of the fiunt care, Diroid fe fuffer them to wint ber lale Wm. Leman, elgi of the fa ne pisce. ailiftur!c, though her torture was acquired by

Sam. Newnham, ela; late a banker of B:if great fatigue, and examplery attection to her to!, to Mis. Muggleworth.

bination She abounded with uncommon be. Win. Philips, (fy; to Miss Smith.

nuvience, and on many occafons displayed II. At Enfield, Mr. Jas. Forvis, an erri the must extcofive generofity. One infance nent ímith, to Mrs. Eliz. Chansers,

adave to be particularly recorded; the father 13. Ar Lambeth, Sirey, J. 7. A kyns, of a silna gonileman crimmitted to her care, elq; of Newington, io li ilkyns.

a ... ol exteolive fortune, become fo reduced, 15. Edw. Lacon, esq; of Yarmouils, to Mi's that there was no pullibilice of the ion conu.


puing at Eton. This, to the surprize of Mrs. on the soch, in the Quakers burial-ground at Tyrrell, suddenly catched her ear, when the Alton in Hampshire. immediately participating with the family in At Southampton, Barclay, esq; as he their afflictions, offered (gratis) to receive him was sitting at cards, to ali awpearance well, in back, and to continue her care, and all his the allembly-room, he suddenly dropped his former comforts, till the time he otherwise cards, fell back in his chair in a fit, and died would have left the college. She was buried the next day. at Windsor, in the parith church, in a very 5. In his 45th year, Sir John Mitchell, bt. ancient burial place belonging to the Tyrrells, of Shetland.

15. John Grey, efq; of Morwick, Yorkth. Wm. Gregory, efq; dep. master of the mint. aged 93, uncle to the prefeat Sir Hen. G. bt. At Barrow by, in Yorkshire, aged 75, Geo. of Howick, and Sir Cha, G, K. B. of Falla- Linyd, etq; F.R.S. don, Northumberland.

At Versailles, her royal highness Mademoi. 20. At Bonhy, near Barton, Lincolníh. W. felle, dau. of the Count d'Artois. Kirkby, aged 102. He was a labouring man, 6. At Newmarket, Mrs. Moore, wife of but for the lat five or fix years looked after Mr. M. church-clerk, who had been many cattle; ard what was very remarkable, he years mistress of the free-school. Her death could leap over the cart dikes with a pole a was occasioned by a bite from a cat, She had bout three years ago. He retained his senses a day or two preceding her death all the sympto the last.

toms of feline madness. 22. Mr. Geo. Horst, aged 75, many years an In Queen-square, Mrs. Thomafine Ambrose, eminent apothecary in Devonshire-fir. Hulborn. a mandet: lady, who had been many years to

24. At High Wycombe, Bucks, William telly blind, Goodenough, esq;

8. At his feat at Bishop's Court, in the Ile At Richmond, Surrey, aged 79, Mrs. Jane of Man, after a long and painful illoess, the rt. Barlton.

rev. George Mason, D.D. lord bishop of Sodor At Brussels, aged 96, Wm. Beaumont, esq; and Man. This see is in the gift of the Dutwho had refided in that city ever lince the year chess Dowager of Atbol, Lady of Man, to 1746, beirg obliged to quit England on account whom she late Prelate had been chaplain. of being in the rebellion.

9. At Richmond, Surrey, Mrs. Eliz.Wood, 30. At Putney-Heath, on a visit at her bro- aged 89. ther's, Mrs. Lubbock, wife of Wm. L. esq; of 10. Right baon. Lady Dorothea Inglis. Lamas, in Norfolk.

At Hoddesdon, Heris, in his 7oth year, rev. Dec. 1. At Brompton, in her Sath year, Mrs. Dr. Jones. Hudson,reliat of Tho. H. elg; of Twickenham. In his 74th year, Sir Rob. Smyth, bart. of

At Abingdon, aged 75, greatly respected, Bury St. Eimund's, Suffolk, and of Isfield, in Mr. Graham, surgeon and apothecary. Sudex. He married Lady Louisa Hervey, aunt

3. At Knightsbridge, a'ter a long and pain to the presenc E. of Briftol, by whom he had a ful illness, which the eodured with exemplary son, now living, Hervey Smych, alq; who was fortitude, the wife of Dr. Wright, pbyfician, aid-de-camp to Gen. Wolfe (and as such is of Charles-ftrcei, Grosvenor-squ. She was the represenced in his print), and a daughter, maronly surviving child of Sir James and Dame ried to W. B. Brand, ela; Hefter Gray, and was maid of honour to the Mrs. Oftcliffe, aged 45, wife of Mr. O. Princess of Orange at the time of her decease, brewer, at Enfield,

4. Ac Bristol, in her 520 year, Mrs. Han. 11. Ac Canterbury, Mrs. Randolph, relict nah Waring, one of the people called Quakers. of the late rev. Dr. R. president of C. C. C. A woman whose innate sweetness of temper, and archdeacon of Oxford, and ifter to the and spotless purity of heart, shone throughnut late Sir John Honywool, bart. her whole life and conversation. She excelled At Hurn-Court, Hampshire, Mrs. Dorothy in all the characters that belong to humanity; Hooper, dau, of the late Edw. H. elq; by the devout, but not fuperftitious; pious, without Lady Dorothy, dau. of Anthony, 2d earl of moroseness; good-natured, without levity ; Shaftesbury, and hister of Edw. H. esq; comserene, without affeciation. In the diversfied miljoner of the customs. scenes of private life she was not less exempla At his seat at Norton by Galby, Leicestersh. ry, having been the most dutiful of daughters, Wm. Fortrey, esq; aged 85. About three the most affectionate of 6 fers, the most agree weeks ago, as he was going into his garden beable of companions, and moft faithful of fore he went to bed, he fell down a fight of friends; to all ber relations (which were nu stone fteps in the front of his house, and not merous) extremely courteous and respeful; being able to recover bimself, and the only to her inferiors and domeftics constantly obli- servant that Nept in the house gone to bed, he ging; and to the poor a compassionate and li- lay out all night, and was found in the mornberal benefactor. Ail wbo kiew her must re- ing by the lervant, but not quiie dead, and gret that fo valuable a lile was no longer con- from that time languished to the above period. tinued.

Among other marks of his munificence he re“She taught us how to live; and oh! too high built the church at Galhy, to which he gave The price for knowledge! taught us how to die.” bells; he also built at his own expence ihat Her semaios were interred with her ancestors

tired in 1747.

beautiful Atructure the new church at Norton, present parliament, for St. Alban's. He mu. to which he gave bells and an organ. He also ried, in April 1768, Lady Frances Howard, gave two bells to the church of St. Margaret at dau, to the late, and 6fter to the present, Earl Leicester (supposed to be the finelt peal in that of Carlisle, by whom he bad no issue. He was mounty); and was poffefsed of many anecdotes the lineal descendant, and laft male beir, of relative to the founder of that steeple (Hogh Ralph Radcliffe, gent. (descended from Rich. Warts, once mayor of Leicester). See the Radcliffe, of Radcliffe Tower, co. Laacafler, Hiftory of Hinckley, P. 35. 'He died unmar. temp. Edward 111.), who died temp. Henry sied, and is fucceeded in his fortune by his ne VIII. having purchased the priory of White phew, the rev. Mr. Green, Rollefton, co. Leic. Carmelites at Hitchin of the first grantees after

12. At Amwell, co. Herts, John Scott, eís; the diffolution, whose heir and representative one of the people called Quakers, author of a was Ralph Radcliffe, of Hitchin Priory, efq; pleafing poem, intituled, “ Aniwell, 17

and also of Devonshire. ftr. London, Turkey in 4to. republished 1776, 4t0 *, and of other merchant, who, dying unmarried, was succeeded poetical works printed 1982, 8vo t; also of a in the estate by his two brothers, Edward and most useful “ Digeft of laws respecting High. Ar hur Radcliffe, esqrs. both also Turkey mer. ways, 1775," Svo. To this subject he had chants, in Devonshire-ftreet, neither of whom particularly turned his thoughts and in this having any male issue, the estate and their for. book not only the law te speaing highways tunes devolved to John Radcliffe, esq; aboveand turnpikes is to be found, but a number of mentioned, son of their younger brother, Mr. judicious and well-founded remarks on the con John Radcliffe, Turkey merchant. Itruction and preservation of roads 1. The loss 23. In Newman-ftr. Mrs. Vernon, after to of this most active and public-spirited man will the late Ld Shipbrooke, and to Gen. Vernon. be more eafily felt than expressed in his neigh. Mrs. Kenrick, wife of Cranmer K. esq. bourhood, and in the wide circle of his ac At Oxford, in his 6gch year, Jas. Hargrave, quaintance. Of his zeal in the defence of his esq; major of brigade in North Britain, but refricod Dr. Beattie, see vol. XLVIII. p. 152.

13. ln Privy-girden, Mrs. Cornwall, mo 24. In Lemon-street, rev. Dan. Noble. ther of the Speaker of the house of commons, 25. At Canterbury, Mrs. Pennington, mo

In Tooke's-co. Caftle-yard, Edw. Parker, ther to the Rev. Dr. P. one of the fix preachefq; barrister at law.

ers in the cathedral. Mr. Geo. Wefterman, ink-maker, Black 27. At Ilington, in her 65th year, greatly Swan-alley, London-Wall.

esteemed by all who knew her, Mrs. Nichols, 14. Mr. Romeo Arbuthnot, ftock-broker. mother to the prioter of this Magazine. Mr. Mathews, late bookseller at Cambridge.

GAZETTE PROMOTIONS. 15. At Canterbury, Mrs. Bunce, reli&t of Dec. 6. ON. Capt. Geo. Firzroy, one of the rev. Wm. B. late R. of St. Peter's, and

the grooms of the bed-chamber V of St. Clement's, in Sandwich.

to Pr. of Wales. 16. Mrs.Cumberlege, Hornsey-row. Ihington. 13. Anth. Storer, erq; his Majesy's minir.

Suddenly, after attending the marriage of his ter plenipotentiary to the court of Versailles daughter ar St. Anne's, Soho Sir Wm. James, during the absence of his Grace the Duke of bart. one of the dire&ors of the F.J. Company, Manchester, ambassador extraordinary and ple. and of Greenwich hospital, an elder brother nipotentiary to that court. and deputy-master of the Trinity-house, M. P. 19. E. Gower, lord president of privy council. for West Loo in Cornwall, and F.R.S. He is 23. D. of Rutland, lord kreper of privy leal. facceeded in title by his eldeft con. cow Sir Francis Marquis of Caermarthen, and Tbo. Richard, whom he had by his 2d wife, an In mas Lord Sydney, principal secretaries of fate. dian lady. He has now a company of repoys at

Edward Lord Thurlow, lord high chancellor Madras, and is the first of that country who. of Great Britain. has fucceeded to an Englim title.

26. Right hoo. James Grenville, sworn of 17. Ac Thanckes, in Cornwall, the seat of the privy council. Rear Acm. Greaves, Mr. B. F. Taylor.

Duke of Dorlet, ambaffador extraordinary 19. At Weymouth, Hon. Wm. Parker, and plenipotentiary to the Mott Chriftian King. youngeft fon of the Earl of Maccl-sfieid.

Dan. Hailes, erg; secretary of that embally, At his brother's at Enfield, of a deep de D.of Chandos, lord steward of the household.

Earl of Salitbury, lord chamberlain of the * See our vol. XLVI. p. 318.

household. + See our vol. LII. P 499. A levere criti. Lloyd Kenyon, efq; attorney-general. cism on these by the C, Reviewers, provoked Pepper Arden, esq; folicitor-general. him, we are sorry to say, to a reavith contro 27. Right hon. Wm. Pirt, Jo. Buller, sen. verly in a “ Letter” a 'dressed to them thereon, 'q; Marquis of Graham, Eow Jos. Envi, and

* jn. Aubrey, esqrs. commifioners of treafury. See our vol. L. p. 20,

Right hon. Wm. Pitt, chancellor and underoine, hy burfting a bloor-veffel in coughing, trealurer rf the exchequer. Mr. M.y, coach-painter, of London,

D. of Richmond, master gen. of ordnance. 21. John Radcliffe, of Hitchin Priory, co. Gibbs Crawfurd, erg; clerk of the nrdrance, Herts, els; member in the two last, and the John Aldridge, esg; keeper of the ordnance.


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