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lay, apply ourselves with the most ear ed with regard to the colonies in the last nelt and serious zeal, 10 such measures as parliament. This unfortunate system, Thall tend to secure the honour of his conceived with so little prudence, and Majesty's crown, the true dignity of the pursued with so little temper, confiftenmother country, and the harmony and cy or foresight, we were in hopes, would happiness of all his Majesty's domi- be a: length abandoned, from an expemions."

rience of the mischiefs which it has proWhich being objected to, duced, in proportion to the time in which

After long debate, it was continued, and the diligence with The question was put, whether these which it has been pursued, a system words thall be inserted in the said mo- which has created the utmost confusion tion

in the colonies, without any rational It was resolved in the negative, hope of advantage to the revenue, and Contents

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of the mother country. And it affords us Dilentient,

a melancholy prospect of the disposition BECAUSE we cannot agree to com- of Lords in the present parliament, when mit ourselves with the caret's facility of we see the House, under tbe pressure of Jo a common address of compliment, in expres- severe and uniform an experience, again fions, which may lead to measures in the ready, without any enquiry, to counteevent fatal to the lives, properties, and nance, if not to adopt, the spirit of the liberties of a very great part of our fel- former fatal proceedings. low subjects.

But whatever may be the mischievous We conceive that an address upon such design, or the inconsiderate temerity, objects as are before us, and at such a which leads others to this desperate course, time as this, muft neceffarily have a con we wifi to be known as persons who have siderable influence upon our future pro- ever disapproved of measures fo perniciceedings; and must impress the public ous in their paft effects, and their future with an idea of the general spirit of the tendency, and who are not in halte, withmeasures which we mean to support. out enquiry or information, to commit

Whatever methods we Thall think it ourselves in declarations which may preadviseable to pursue, either in support of cipitate our country into all the calanii. the mere authority of parliament, which ties of a civil war. seems to be the sole confideration with

RICHMOND, some, or for reconciling that authority

PORTLAND, with the peace and fatisfaction of the

ROCKINGHAM, whole empire, which has ever been our

STAMFORD, conitant and invariable object, it will

STANHOPE, certainly add to the weight and efficacy

TORRINGTON, of our proceedings, if they appear the

PONSONBY, result of full information, mature deli

WYCOMBE, beration, and temperate enquiry.

CAMDEN. No materials for such an enquiry have Dec. 8.) A bill of indictment was prebeen laid before ys; nor have any such sented to the grand jury for the county been so much as promised in the speech of Middlesex, at Hicks's-hall, againit from the throne, or even in any verbal the dutchess of Kingston, for felony, in allurance from Ministers,

marrying the late duke of Kingston, at In this situation we are called upon to the time she was actually the wife of the make an address, arbitrarily imposing hon, Augulius Hervey, when the jury qualities and descriptions upon acts done found the bill to be a true bill, in conin the colonies, of the true nature and just sequence of which she must appear to extent of which we are as yet in a great take her trial at the Old Baily as a measure unapprized ; a procedure which feion, or an outlawry will illue againat appears to us by no means contonant to her. that purity which we ought ever to pre

BIR T H S. ferve in our judicial, and to that caution November. THE Duchess of Mancheiwhich ought to guide us in our deliberate 8. capacity.

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MARRIAGES. Lord Murray, and one of the fiveca APT. George Bernard, of the Inni peers of Scotland. His Grace was the Miss Beaumoni, daughter of the late son of John first Duke of Athol, who Rich. Beamont, Esq; of Whitley hall, was attainted in 1946, for his concera -N7, 1. Sir Thomas Mills, of Port- in the rebellion of the preceding year ; land-Itreet, nephew to Lord Mansfield, but ibat attainder only operating agaizki to Miss Moffat, of Cranburne, in Effex, himself, upon the death of his uncle

, the DE A T H S.

late Duke James, on Jan. 8, 1764

, he ARDINAL Datary Mulvezzi, Arch- fucceeded to his honours, and having C

bishop of Bologna..At Sicily, the married his coulin, Lady Charlotte, who, Earl of Morion. His lord ship has left upon the decease of her father the late two sons by his Lady, who is coufin to Duke, became Baroness Strange, and the Earl of Haddington.-Count de Rab. Lady of the Isle of Man, by that ma?bion, Viceroy of Sardinia, At New riage, the heirs male and of line of this York, Major-General John Bradftreet. illultrious family are conjoined. They

On the frontiers of Ruffia, where he have issue, John Marquis of Tullibarhad been prisoner fix months, Profeffor din, born June 30, 1755; Lords James, Gmelin; one of the learned men chosen George, and Williamı; Ladies Charlotte, by the Empress of Russia, in 1767, 10 Emilia,and Rachael.-21. The Res, Dr. travel to different parts, in order to per- John Tottie, Canon of Christ Church, feet fcience.-Rt. Hon. Cha. Cadogan, Oxford, and archdeacon of Worcelter

. L. Cadogan, Baron of Oakley, Col. of -22 At his house in Berkeley square, the ad tr. of horse guards, gov.of Grave- the Righe Hon. Robert Lord Clive, fend and Tilbury-fort, a general of his Plassey, in the kingdom of Ireland, Lord Majesty's forces, FRS, and a trustee Lieutenant and Cullos Rotulorum of the of the Britit) Museum. His lordlhip fuc- counties of Salop and Montgoiners, ceeded his brother, William, the late Knight of the Bath, and Major General Earl Cadogan, July 17, 3726. He mar in the East-Indies, Representative in ried Elizabeth, daughter and coheiress Parliament for the town of Shrewsbury, of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart. and by her, LLD, and FRS. His Lp. had been who died May 20, 1768, he hath issue, twice Governor of Bengal, and Commanone son, the Hon. Chas. Sloane Cadogan, der in Chief of the King's and Compaborn O&. 29, 1728, Member for Com- pany's forces in that province, where his bridge, and Master Worker of the eminent services to his country, and the Mint.---At Bath, Sir James Hodges, East India Company, are well known. Knight, Town-clerk of the city of Lon- His Lordship was born on Michaelmasdon. --At Hanover, the fon of Duke day, 1725, and married Margaret, the Charles of Mecklenburg-Strelitz.-02. daughter of Edmund Maskelyne, Elg

. 24. At Bothwell Cattle, in Scotland, her of Purton in the county of Wilts, by Grace the Duchess of Douglas.-28. At whom he had issue, now surviving, Ed. his leat near Worcester, the Right Rev. ward (now Lord) Clive, Member for Dr. John Ewer, Lord Bishop of Bangor. Ludlow; Robert, an infant; and three -31. Rt. Hon. Ed. Noel, Visc. Went- daughters, Rebecca, Charlotte, (to whom worth, of Wellfborough, in Leiceftershire, her present Majesty itood godmother) and (fo created May 4, 1762.) Baron Went- Margaret.—26. At his feat at Redrice, worth, of Nettleiied and Baronet, and near

Andover, the Right Hon, Stephen
LLD. His lordship fucceeded Mar- Lord Holland, Baron of Boxley, in the
sha, Baroness Wentworth, in 1745, and county of Wilts, and Clerk of the Pells
married Judith, daughter of William in Ireland. His Lordship married Lady
Lamb, of Farndith, in Northamptonshire, Fitzpatrick, filter to the Right Hon. the
Efq; by whom he has issue, Thomas, Earl of Upper Offory, by whom he had
born Nov, 18, 1745, and three daughters, one daughter, and a son, now an infant,
Judith, Elizabeth, and Sophia Susan- to whom the title descends,
nah. Of the issue of Sir Cloberry No PROMOTIONS.
el, father of the Viscount, there is live THE Hon, Lieut, General James
bery Noel.5. Ai Dunkeld, in Scotland, to be Lieutenant Governor of Minorca.
his Grace John Murray, Duke, Marquis, -Lieut. Col. Beauclerc, to be governor
und Earl of Athol, Marquis and- Earl of Pendennis Caftle.-Col. James Grant

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Kilkenry, Nov. 30.

conveniently be had, to whom I will
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of Soho, in the county of Carlow, Esq; ly exclude Stephen, the tinker

, out of
being set to plant fome trees in his mal- the number, as a base musician." He
ter's garden, took a fit of laughing at also bequeathed a butt of porter to be
his work, which continued so exceilive. drank over his grave, or (if the clergy
ly, that he died the same night.

man would not allow that) on the mar-
Kilkenny, Dec. 3. On the 25th ult. de- ket cross. The greatest concourse of peo-
parted his life at Athy, in the county of ple that ever was known at a funeral in
Kildare, in the 20th year of his age (36 these parts, appeared at his. The pipers
whereof he had been feated in the pre- attended in pursuance of his will, but
Eslene's civairof the anciens fociety of por- would not accept the crown bequeathed
ter drinkers in the above town) James them as above, as the baron
Purcell, commonly known by the name time had been a capital performer in their
of Baron Purcell of Loakman. His death way. And 45 members of the porter so-
was occafioned (as his last breath declar- ciety, with the chairman at their head,
ed) by the opposition given him by a marched in the uniforms of their body
young foreigner (whom he had introduce

hefore the corpse; and the whole of this
ed into the above society) who had for melancholy ceremony was concluded with
some time past been endeavouring to sup that decency and propriety for which this
plant him in the chair. But to anxious antient fociety was ever remarkable.
was the poor man to disappoint the un The superb monument at the North side
grateful attempts of the foreigner, that of the great ille of St. Pairick's cathedral,
in his last moments he had most of the to the memory of Dr. Smith, late Arch-
members fummoned in order to choose a bishop of Dublin, is finished. It confifts
fucceifor; and to render the poor crea of a inost magnificent portico, of the
ture's departure as easy as possible, they lonic order, supported by two columns
rejected the foreigner, and chose a per- and four pilasters, whose bafes and en-
Tanof his recommendation; and he short- tablatures are of Parian marble; while
ly after expired in great com posure. On the Tafes, which are fluted and counter-
opening his will, the following humourous fiuted, are an incrustation of the most
hiçueit was found in it.

* And I do beautiful and highest polished flenna. In
reby direst that my body shall be pre- the recess, which is composed of Egyp:
d to the grave by twelve of the best tiau marble, is a nich. wherein is placed

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marble, raised on an altar, which is af- Smalley, jun. Richard and Isaac Mancended to by three steps of Portland ders.

the whole is to be inclosed with Butchers. George Taverner, George an iron pallisade. Whether on one side, Brien, and Tho. Hutton, we admire the finished taste and elegance Carpenters. James Parkinson, Stephen of designs or on the other, the matter. Rudd, and Simon Vierpyl. ly execution ; we must alike praise the Shoemakers, Francis Eager, Robert architect and sculptor. The various Kent, Ralph Mulhern, ansi John Sherimprovements making in this ancient ca- wood. thedral, reflect the highest honour on the Sadlers. Wm. M'Cready, David Dean and chapter. In taking down the Thayne, and Tho. Gunfton. plaister at the back of the great altar in Cooks. Richard Cox, and Joseph The choir, a lofty gothic arch has been Wation. discovered, the recess of which, it is said, Tanners. Richard Dickenson, and is to be ornamented with a splendid glo- Robt. Hutton. ry. A monument of some of the Seint Chandlers, Mark Bloxhan, and John leger family, on the North side of the Chandlee. chancel, has been also cleared from the Glovers and Skinners. Thomas Tuplaifter, and embelished; but principally dor, and James Giball, that ftupendous ancient monument, erect Weavers. John Binns, John Collins, ed to the memory of Richard, the first and Benjamin Ward. Earl of Cork, on the South of the chan. Sheermen and Dyers. Wm. Worthingcel has undergone a thorough repair, by ton, and Benj. Haughton, order, and at the expence of this noble Gollimiths. John Locker, John Lloyd, family, and now exhibits distinctly eve- Jof. Nixon and Nath Murray. ry comportiment of this lofty mauso Coopers. Owen Digby, and Wm. Ori. leuni.

Hutters, Alex. Tate, and John MadSmith and Martin, two industrious dock. tradesmen, who live at Ball's bridge, Cutlers, Painters, and Stationer, are poffeised of a 750. prize, in the Can.. Henry Saunders, Thomas Fleming, and al scheme. The other prize for the like Richard Singleton, fum in faid fcheme, is the property of Bricklaver's and Plaisierers, Alex. Mr. Brady, owner of the White Cross M-Cullon, and John Purcel. inn, in King-sireet, Oxmantown.

Hofers. John Carmichael, and The. The following is a compleat Lili of the Pere Jordan. fons that have been ele&ted to represent Curriers. Rich. Gino, and Nich the under-named Corporations in the Grumly. Common-council of this city for the tbree Brewers, Tho. Willians, G-0. Years ensuing.

Thwaites, Arthur Guinncís, and Tho. Guild of Merchants. William Alexan- Andrews, jun. der, sen. Daniel Dickinson, Andrew Cal Joiners. Wm.Gibson ,and Ti:o. Msici. lage, John Hart, George Alcock, Gal. Apothecaries. John Peniland and solus Hamilton, Alex. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Giffard. Leech, Edmund Beally, jun. Fielding

BIR T H S. Ould, Wm. Colville, Roger Thompson, Nov.23. THE lady of John Daisun Henry Howison, James Darquiere, Ben

Coates, Efq; of a ton.jamin Gartin, Robert Mahon, Benja- The lady of Theoph. Cienients, Efq; o: min Smith, Edward Tomlinson, Wm. a day..Dec. 6. The hon. Mrs. Lj011, Walker, Jolin Nugent, Samuel Dick, lady of Hugh Montgomery Lyons, Lig Isaac Boardman, Alex. M'Donnell, Tho. and dau. of the right hon. Rich, Lori Ort, Tho. Duplex, Henry Gore Sankey, Visc. Boyns, of a lon and heir..The John Rose, George Carleton, Joseph lady of Chrif. Lawton, Efy; of a fon. Verschoyle, Samuel Burrowes and Wil

MARRIAGÉS, liam Alexander, junior.

MICHAEL SWINY, of Taylors. Wm. Davis, Ambrose Leet, Charles Meilly and Hugh Bell. Miss Mary Swiny, eldest dau, of the

Smiths. Jonathan and John Binns, rev. Shapian: Swiny, of William-streer James Rainsford and John Shean, in Scotland, Maurice O'Donnai, o: Via

Barber Surgeons, Geo. Hamilton, and gan's town, co. Tipperary, E:q: to M: Alex. Rofs.

Anne Smith, dau. of Valentine Siria, bakers, Sam Townshend, Caleb, of Carrick on Suir, E1-Arlocrtionn,

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