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he was seized with a universal pally, and exEndeared by the greatest complacency; pired without a groan. A firm, but humble fortitude

10. Ar Bow, Capt. John Pickett, one of In the cause of right,

the elder breebren of the Trinity-House. Of which no one could better judge: Right hon. Lady Ann Dufige, wife of Get. All these her mcrits,

D. elq; in New King-ftr, Bath, and fitter to Reader! were laiely living truths; the late E. of Hindford. Alas! they are now but biory,

Ac Dublin, Henry Brooke, esq; barrackWorthy to be recorded

matter of Merlingar, co. Westmeath, who gain. In consecrated ground, ed great reputation as a writer, by the "

FarAnd in the human heart,

mer's Letters" published in Ireland during the To which such an example

rebellion, in imiation of Swift's " D apier's Maft be for ever dear, sver valuable. Letiere." He was also apthor of " The Fool Oh, then! let regretting memory of Quality,” a novel of more than tolerable Strew never-fading Anwers

merit. His dramatic works, of wbich the Upon ber awfully relpected grave. moft celebrated are, “ Guttavus Vasa, 1738," The family banners, agreeable to ancient cuf and “Earl of Ellex, 1961," were colisetrd, tom, are fixed over' the grave.

with his other writings, in 4 veis. 8ve. 1980. 2. Of a paralytic fruke, at Deal, in Keni, II. Mr Fraiser, Sugar-baker, St. Ma:y-Hitl. aged 62, Robert Lynch, M. D. an eminent At Lymingion, Nich. Langley, esq; physician of Canterbury. He was eldeft con At Beak fourn, Kent, aged 82, rev. Wm. of the lare George Lynch, M. D. and was' Bedford, M. A. vicar of that parish from 17269. some time follow fC.C. C. Oxford, and one and redor of Smaren from 1727. of Radcliffe's travelling pbysicians.

At Sandwich, Mrs. Boys, wife of Wm. B. Mr. Jas. Cunningham, late pilot to the fleet esq;'F.A.S. major, under Ld Howe's command in America, and 12. Ai Hammersmith, Mrs. Sheen, or Si, an American loyalitt.

Paul's coffee house. 3. At Guilford, Surrey, Jn. Randale, e'q; Mr. Annibal Paolhan, sugar-refiner, Mr. B resford, of Paddingt a, aged 81. Rev. Mr. Stephenson, lecturer of St. Helen's, 4. Mrs. Bulkeley, wife of Mr. Edw. B. of vicar of Suttoo Coastenay, and other of the Fleci-ftreet, druggi ft.

free grammar School at Abingdon, Berks. 5. At Leicester, in her rooth year, Mrs. 13. J. Brome, esq; of Town Milling, Kent. Bancart, who could read without spectacles la her 481h year, after a thort illness, at. till within a fortnight of her death. She bu. Fizwalter-House in Efex, the hon, Catherine ried her husband in 1965, aged 104.

Heneage, relict of George Hencage, of HainTho. Croft, efq; brother to Steph. C. esq; ton, co. of Lincoln, elg; and Güter to the

6. Ac her son's at Badger, near Shifnal, in right hon. Lord Petre. This lady, eminently Shrophire, Mrs. Brownc, a lady of the most potiefed of all the virtues which render her sex amiable and respectable character. She was amiable, survived ber bulband scarce nineteers the relia of Isa. Hawkins B. esq; well known months. See our Mag. vol. LII. p. 151. for his intelle&ual and literary abilities; by 14. Lady Frankland, moth, of Sir Tho. F. whom Ibe has left an only son, the present A Wooburn-Farm, in the parish of Cheithigh Sheriff of Shropsh're

sey, co. Surrey, Mrs. Southcote, aged 85, ree 8. Lidy of Sir Wm. Defle, knt. of Maning. lidt of Philip S. esq; She has left her eftate at ford-Bruce, Wilts, and late clerk of the cheque Wooburn to Lord Betre; the bulk of her forto the band of pepsioners.

tune and estates, amounting to 4000l. per ana. Mr. Alex. Keyser, jun. one of the twelve' to Sir Wm. Jerningham, bat. Wooburn was Jew brokers in London,

one of the firit places improved according to the At Epsom, Martin Wright, eso; son to the principles of modern gardeningand laid the late Sir Martin W. who was one of the jus. fundation of Laste wbich is admired by all tices of the court of king's bench from Nor. true lovers of that science. Mr. Southcore was 1740, to Feb. I, 1755

His death was occa a descendant of Judge Southcote, of Q. Elizaboned by the hoofs of his horfe sticking in a beth's time; the lait male beir from whom, fwamp during a hun!; by which accident he Mr. Edward Southcote, a clergyman of the Was füddenly dismounted, and the horse falling church of Rome, died a few years fince. Mrs. on him, so injured his back as to affect the S. was a day, and cobeir. of Sir Jn Andrews, bt. Spinal marrow. He was conveyed to bis house, 26. Sir Cha. Turner, bart, M. P. for the and had jul time to make a will; after which city of York; of wbom more shall be said.

*** The remainder of bis Obiruary, and she usual Lifts, are unavoidably deferred.

Females 64; }1268 Males

Females. 9.3}1576

Bill of Mortality from Sept. 30, to Oct. 21, 1783.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 3 189 | 50 and 60 103 Males 644) Males 804

5 and 10 65 60 and

70 81 10 and 20 53 70 and

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75 Whereof have died under two years old 598

20 and 30 - 130 80 and 90 28 39 and 40 133

90 and 100 Peck Loaf 25. 444.

40 and go 117 | 103

EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN OCTOBER, 1783.

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London Gazette
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For NOVEMBER, 1783.

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CONTAINING Dore in quantity and greater Mariety tban ang Book of the kind and Price. Meteorological Diary for O&ober 1732, 898 Pig of Lead found near Stockbridge, llants 935 Prices of Grain in November 1733, ib Brief Account of Aivotham Churchill

938 Stone Coffin, &c. found in Hackney Marsh 899 Explanation of the Coins in our l'lare 93 Monastic Regifters of St. Edmund's Bury gco Anecdotes of Povey, Inventor of Penny-post 941 Finc old Stoce Bridge at Rouen described 901 Myftical Sense of Subuilty of Serpents 942 Bank of Ireland-L. C. B. Burgh noticed 902 | Dr. Horsley on John i. 2. vindicated

944 Costroverted Passage in Jurtio Martyr 903 IMPARTIAL AND CRITICAL REVIEW OF Pope's Houfekeeper-Sheelers, who? 904 New PUBLICATIONS, viz. Epitome of Phil. Parliamentary Debates at large continued 905 Trans. concluded-Adelaide and TheodoreAnciens Cotin, &c. found at Leiccer 910

Chatmers's Elimate of the Comparatis Epid. Diforder – Dunc. Campbell, his ad light ib. Strength of Britain during the present aru Onaginal Letrers from Mr. Edwards. 921 four preceding Reigns – The RepositoryOrigioal Anecdotes of Dr. R. Newton

922

Life of Arp. Chichele, &c. &c. 945-959 of Dr. Roger Long 923 Theatrical Register

of Mr. Sam. Richardson 924 SELECT POETRY, ANCIENT AND MODERN Answers to Ebenezer Barclay's Queftions 925

Tbe Relief of G braltar-Imitations of threr Publications of Bp. Potter

927

of our celebrated Ports-Horace, Ep. II, BI Disquisition on Lucan and his Pharsalia ib. moderuised - Epitaphs at Margate and Lei. Other Answers to Mr. Barclay's Queries 928

cester-Versus by Ld Townshend-Epigram", Miscellaneous Remarks on various Subjects 929 &c. &c.

957–960 Inconveniencies in Stamp A&t for Registers 930 Authentic Papers relative to E. Indies and AmePh.Fletcher's Piscatory Exclogues commended 932 rica, Foreign and Dumeitic News, Litts of Remarks on Critics, and ou Shakspeare 933 Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c, 962-96? Embellished with an elegant View of a fine od Stone Bridge formerly exifting at Rouen; with

some curious Aoriqui ies found in HACKNEY Marsh; a Pig of Lead discovered nea STCRPORT, Hants; and Specimens of a remarkable Species of Gold Coin.

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LONDON, Princed by J. NICHOLS, for_D. HENRY, late of St. John's Cia

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bright. OBSERVATIONS.

i Made the last unripe grapes into tarts ; they were gathered dry, and hung in the green-house. This method saves them from hard frost, and will preserve them a long time.

Much condensation on outside of windows, solid bodies are very damp. come forth and play in the sunshine. 4 Thrush fiogs in Vauxhall Gardens. Skylark fings. Duft begins to fly in the turnpike roads. 6 Thermometer, 28, at 11 at night.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from Nov. 10, to Nov. 15, 1783.

Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans COUNTIES upon the COAST.

s. d.fs. d. s. d.js. d. s. d. London

Eflex 5 412 1013 412 213 3

4 1110 013 313

Suffolk
COUNTIES INLAND.

5 32 93 42 23 Norfolk

5 42 73 112 1 Middlesex

5

13 412
42 613
Lincoln

6
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23 Surry 5 83 62 414

York

5 73 10 3 4 2 1/4 Hertford 5 70 03 612 23 9 Durham 4 103 93

TT 103 Bedford 5 83 113 52 013

Northumberland 4 93 42 71113 Cambridge 5 43 23 31 103 6 Cumberland

5 93 103 22 3 Huntingdon 013 41 1113 4 Weftmorland

212 31 Northampton 6 73 103 6/2 013 7 Lancashire

03 102 614 Rutland

6 74 314

I 2 313
6 Cheshire

6 04 72 58 Leicefter 6. 94 43 102 2/4 4 Monmouth

6 so 03 101 g Nottingham 6 14 34 02 54

Somerset

5 73 63 712 23 Derby

6 90
03 62 65

Devon

5 80 03 or 710 Stafford 6.80 04 62 415

Cornwall

02 91 70 Salop 7 05 34 32 05

Dorser

5 51 03 412 414 Hereford 0 421 113 Hampshire

$ 410

013 $123 Worcester

02 4/4
6 Suffex

5 310

0 2 12 Warwick 6 30

02 3/4
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ol3 512 113 Gloucester 6

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