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ton, and Mr. George Maynard ; but on the chin, in the General Elliot : the Europa and thew of hands, there appeared to be five to the General Goddard, from Fort St. George, one in favour of Mr. Gretton, and he was arrived at Bombay the 13th of October : the accordingly declared duly clected.

Prime, from London, is arrived at Fort St. 10. At half past one o'clock the Sheriffs at- George : the Hawke, the Alfred, the Sulli. tended in Guildhall to declare their return van, and the Glatton, were dispatched from of the Candidates upon the late poll ; when Bombay for the Coast of Malabar with the friends of Richard Atkinson, Esq; de- troops and stores for the army under the manded a scrutiny, which was agreed to; cominand of Gen. Macleod : the Besborough and the books were ordered to be prepared was dispatched from Bombay for Bengal, for entering upon that business on Thursday the 10th of October, without cargo. next.

21. A Court of Directors was held at the 14. The four following convicts were East-India House in Leadenhall-ftreet, when executed at the new gallows, facing the Nathaniel Smith, Esq; was chosen Chairdebtors door, Newgate, viz. W. Martin, man, and W. Devaynes, Esq; Deputy Chair. alias T. Banks, Richard M.Donagh, William man of the Company, for the year ensuing. Smith, alias Burnham, and W. Prosser. The same day the session began at the Old

The election of six Directors of the Bailey, when 23 prisoners were tried, five East-India Company came on at the Indian of whom were capitally convicted, viz. House : upon cafting up the ballot, the Thomas Randall, for burglariously breaknumbers were as follow :

ing and entering the dwelling-house of John John Manhip, Esq: 778 Oldfield, in Coldbath-fields, and stealing Francis Baring, Esq;

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several shirts and other things. Robert GanEdmund Boehin, Esq; 597 ley, for burglariously entering the dwellingHugh Inglis, Esq; 567 house of Edward Thompson, at Islington, John Motteux, Esq; 470

and itcaling a diamond ring, a quantity of Paul Le Mesurier, Esq;

469 Lilver plate, and other things. Archibald James Moffatt, Esq;

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Burridge and Daniel Bcan, for stealing a John Harrison, Esq;

435

quantity of silver plate, value 25l. and upGeorge Cuming, Esq; 414 wards, in the dwelling-house of the Right James King, Esq;

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Hon. Lord Stawell, in the parish of St. Richard Lewin, Esq; 63

George, Hanover - square. Drummond 18. A packet was received at the India- Clarke, for stealing 71. and upwards in gold House, over-land from Bombay, with let- and silver, the property of Mary Holdingsters, as late as the 10th of December, con- worth, privately from her person. taining the following intelligence:

Eight were convicted of felonies, and ter That the ceilation of hostilities between were acquitted. the English and Tippoo Saib continued ; that 29. Twenty-nine prisoners were tried at it had been confirmed by the Governor-Ge- the Old Bailey, one of whom was capitally neral and Council, who had deputed Come convicted, viz. Elizabeth Vickry, for stealmissioners to Tippoo Saib, for the final con- ing a piece of cotton containing 22 yards, clusion of the peace. That the peace between the property of Thomas Racey, privately in us and the Marattas was inviolably adhered his shop in Smock-alley, Spital-fields. to by them, and that Madajee Sindia had 23. Eighteen prisoners were tried at the written to Tippoo Saib, to inform him, that Old Bailey, iwo of whom were capitally unless he triály complied with the terms of convicted, viz. William Hobis, and John the Ninth Article of the Treaty, concluded Taylor, for stealing, on Finchley.common, between them and the English, they would a bay mare in foal, the propery of Richard invade his country, and never make peace Humphrys. James Logan was convicted of with him in future. Tippoo Saib had con- felonioully killing and Naying John Mcaley, sented to our effectually relieving Mangalore in an accidental quarrel. on the 26th of November. i

Ninc were convicted of felonics, and fix General Fullarton was on the borders of acquitted. Tippoo's country, at the head of an army of 21. Twenty-seven prisoners were tried at 1700 Europeans, 17 battalions of sepoys, the Old Bailey, four of whom were capi. and 60 pieces of artillery, ready to act if tally convicted, viz. Patrick Benningham Tippoo Thould not consent to peace upon and Samuel Hall, for burglariously breaking equitable terms.

--and entering the dwelling house of Robert General Stuart failed from Madras in the Gray, in Lee-treet, Red-lion-square, with Fortitude packet, on the 16th of October, for intent to steal his goods. John Lynch and England.

Jam's Farrell, for stealing a quantity of The Superb man of war was lost in Tel. apparel, value 40s. in the dwelling-house of licherry Roads in O&tober; all her people John Campbell, in Morris's-court, Nightinsaved, except two failors.

gale-lane. By express from Bombay, over-land, dated Nineteen were convicted of felonies, and the zoth of November, 1783, we have ad- four acquitted ; when the trials ended on the vice, that Mr. Afhburner, supposed to be Middlelex fide, and 12 convicts received loft in the Nancy packet, returned from Co- sentence of dcath.

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European Magazine,

A N D

L O N D ON REVIE W; LITERATURE, HISTORY, POLITICS, ARTS,

CONTAINING

THE

Page

366

333

MANNERS, and AMUSEMENTS of the AGE. By the PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY of LONDON. For M AY,

1784. Embellished with TWO LARGE PERSPECTIVE VIEWS of the INTERIOR PART

of WESTMINSTER-ABBEY and the PANTHEON, as fitted up (under the direction of Mr. JAMES WYATT, the celebrated ARCHITECT) for the approaching COMMEMORATION of HANDEL, engraved by ANCUS and WALKER from DrawINGS executed with the Permission of Mr. WYATT by J. Dixon: Also with The MUSIC in SCORE (composed by Dr. ARNOLD, and never before publiked) performed at the CEREMONY of DePOSITING the HEART of PAUL WHITEHEAD, Esq. in a MAUSOLEUM erected for that Purpose by the late Lord DESPENCER at WxCOMBE. CONTAINING,

Page Commcmoration of Handel

. 323

Soulés' New Grammar of the French The Political State of the Nation and of Language

Europe, in May 1784, No. III. 326 | impartial and critical Review of Mulia An Original Letrer of David Hume, Esq. 327 cal Publications, containing, A CataCn the Literature, Wit, and Taste of some logue of Handel's Works; with AnecEuropean Nations

329 dotes of the followiug modern CompoSo me Account of the late John Norris, sers, viz. Dupuis, Joncs, Hook, Shield, Esq. of Witton, in Vorfolk

Luther, Clementi, Abel, Dale, Sievens, Character of Voltaire 334 Jackson, and Arnold

36: Memoirs of Arnauld, the celebrated Music composed by Dr. Arnold) perFrench writer

335 formed at the Ceremony of depositing Singular Will of the celebrated Attorney- the Heart of the late Paul Whitehead General, William Noy

ibid in the Mauloleum crected by Lord The Hive : A Collection of Scraps 336 Le Despencer, at High Wycombe,

Bucks

273 The London Review, with Anecdotes of Authors.

Poetry– Ha; ley's Ode to Mr. Wright of

Derby - Letter to a Friend from the Hoole's Orlando Furioso

337 Idle of Wight-On a lively Woman, Pearfon's Observations and Experiments who was married to a dull Man - At

for investigating the Chymical History Epistle to J. C. Bigge, Elq. of Benton, of the Topid Springs of Buxton, &c. 338 Northumberland - Variety, an irreguAltle's Origin and Progress of Writing, lar Ode--Dr. Johnson's Latin Epitaph &c.

344 on Mr. Tbrale, with a TranslationThe History of Christina. Queen of Swa- Impromptu--Sonnet to the Earl of bia; and of Eloisa de Livarot 351 Carlife, by Dr. Warwick

280 Runoamede. A Tragedy

354 Correct Litts of the Members returned for Vox Orulis fubjecta ; a Dissertation on the New Parliament the Art of imparting Speech and the Journal of the Proceedings of the First Knowledge of Language in the natur Setion of the Fiftcenth Parliament of Tally Deal, and consequently Dumb, George Ill. including his Majesty's &c. &c.

ibid

Speech on opening the Setlion, &c. 391 Whitaker's Differtation on the Prophecies Fashionable Dretles of the Month

400 relating to the final Reitoration of the A List of Mulic published since January Jews

357 1784, and a list of New Books The Deformities of Fox and Burke 369 | Monthly Chronicle, Price of Stocks, &c. 395

LO N D ON: PRISTED FOR SCATCHERD AND WHITAKER, Ave - MARIA-LANE; J. SEWELL, CORNHILL; AND J. DEBRETT, PICCADILLY.

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Throne ereEted in Westminster-Abbey, under the Direction of Mr. James
WYATT, for the commemoration of Handel, is now engraving by
Walker for the next Number of this Magazine.
The Pieces by the Earl of Buchan are received.

A LIST of MUSIC pablished fince JANUARY, 1784.
OVERTURES and CONCERTOS. Dupuis' Songs and Glees, Op. 51
ACH's single, No. I, -

3 6 Hermit, by Baron Nolcken,

3 Hermii, by Hook,
No. 1, for two ? The Days of Love, Carter,

5
Orcheftras, S The Scatons, Hook,

26 2 for ditto,

ENGLISH OPERAS.
Haydn's No. 3, in D,

Metamorphosis, Jackson,
3
Friar Bacon, Shield,

60 5 in

Double Disguise, Hook, QUINTETTS and QUARTETTS. Additional Songs in Castle of Andalusia i 6 Periodical Quintett, No. 1, Baumgar- The Poor Soldier,

6 ten,

6 Robin Hood, Shield.
6

VOCAL MUSIC, ITALIAV.
Paradic's Quartetto, Op.

10 6 Haydn's Stabat Mater, HAR PSICHORD DUETTS.

I Rivali Delusi, Overture to La Buona Figliuola,

Quilici's Songs, Op. 11, Haydn's celebrated Andante Move- Rauzzini's 4 Songs and Duetts, ment,

6

SINGLE SONGS, ITALIAN. Xalon's 3, Op. 7,

6 Un Amante Sventurato (Sarti) Overture to Medea and Jason, 3 Rasserena Il Metto Ciglio (Gluck) Giordani, 4,

6

ITALIAN SONGS Marlbruck,

Sarti,

No. 16,
Nicolais, 4,

10 6
Millewececk,

2 6 HAR PSICHORD MUSIC.

Anfofli,

18, Weichselle's ProgressiveLessons,Op. 2, 10 6 Paisiello,

19, Boccherini's Sonaias, Op. 23,

10 6

Sarti, Mozart's Sonatas, Op. 2,

10 6 Sacchini, Schwendl's Easy Divertimenti

Three Books of OPERA DANCES. Hook's grand Sonatas, Op. 30,

10 6

SINGLE LESSONS. Edelmann's 4 Sonatas, Op. 10,

10 6

Hook's Variations on Marlbruck, Haydn's 3 Overtures, adapted by Haydn's Sonata, No. 2,

26 Giordani,

6
Ditto,

26

3, Kelner's Preludes,

Lesson, Handel's Chorusles, 4th book, 6 Luther's Sonata, Giordani's Select Airs,

6 Stamitz's ditio, Sterckel's Sonatas, Op. 3,

10 6

TR 0 S. Schobert's Con. Op. 8,

4 Suck's, F. Haydn's 3 Sonatas, 5th Sett,

7 6

sot o s. Abel's Sonatas, Op. 18,

10 6

Lidel's, Op. 9, Dr. Arnold's 3 grand Op. 23,

6 Boor Soldier. Flute, Clementi, Op.9.

6 Vanhall's, 2d Sett, Kozeluch, Op. 2,

6

HARP MUSIC
VOCAL MUSIC, ENGLISH. Budd's Divertimenti,
The Minstrel, Hook,

6

VIOLONCELLO MUSIC. Ode in honour of Earl Cornwallis,

Nicolais' Solis, Op. 8, Gray's Elegy, Billington,

4 Reinagle's Duetts, A LIST of New PUBLICATIONS. TESTMINSTER ABBEY ; an Elegiac The Myttery hid from Ages and Generasacred to the Genius of Handel. By a Gen- tion: or, The Salvation of all

Nen the grand tleman of Oxford.

Thing aimed at in the Schepie of God, as Poems, Moral and Descriptive. By the opencu in the New Teltainent Writings, and late Richard Jago, A. M. 8vo.

entrulted with his Christ to bring into ElThe History and Antiquities of the two fećt. In thiec Chapters. 8vo. Parishes of Reculver and Herne, in the Coun- Thoughts on a Párliamentary Reform. ty of Kent. By John Duncombe, M. A. A short Attempt to recommend the Study Vicar of Herne.

of Botanical Analogy, in invcsigating the Letters to a Member of the present Parlia- Properties of Medicines from the vegetable ment, upon the extraordinary and unprece- kingdom. Pan.ph. dented Transactions in the House of Con- Louila. A l'octical Novel. In four Epilmons. Pamph.

iles. By Wits seward. ,

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