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Lately George Harris, Esq. one of the terbury cathedral, the Rev. John DunSenior Fellows of King's college, Cambridge. combe, M. A. one of the fix preachers

17. In Queen Ann-street, - Howarth, of that church, and rector of St. Andrew, Esq.

in that eity, and vicar of Herne, in Kent. Mr. Preston, orange-merchant, in Little Lately at Madras, Lieutenant Colonel Ext Cheap, and one of the City Marshals. Kennedy, commandant of the artillery there, In Billeter lane, George Wilkinson, Esq.

Kelsey, confectioner and Lately the Rev. Mr. Scales, of Ulverston, fruiterer, in St. James's street. Lancashire.

Lately Anthony Bacon, Esq. formerly Lately at Carmony, near Belfast, in Ire- merchant in Copthrall.conrt, ThreadneedleLand, Elizabeth Gillilan, in the 17th year (treet. of her age. She never was married, and 21. At Edinburgh, Lady Katherine Char, enjoyed a very good state of health until teris, within a few days of her death.

In Grosvenor. street, Mrs. Bartell, relia 13. At Dunmow Priory, Effex, Mrs. of Francis Barrell, Esq. of Otterden, in Kent. Chapman, aged us years. She was one of 23. In Scotland yard, Richard Ripley, the female jury who were summoned on the Esq. of his Majesty's Board of Works. fitch of bacon given away in the year 1751. Richard Fitzpatrick, Esq. son of the

Joseph Sayer, Esq. serjeant at law, Author Honourable Richard Fitzpatrick. of seseral works in that profession, and Ac Cheltenham, in Gloucefiershire, Eliza. Editor of Puffendorf.

beth Bowen, maiden, aged 102. She lived In Quehec-street, Mary-le-bone, Charles in one family in that place upwards of go Somers, Esq.

years. 19. Mrs. Catherine Wigram, wife of Ro. Lately Mark Basket, Esq. of Newbury, bert Wigram, merchant, Crosby-square. Berks.

Mrs. Leeky, wife of Mr. Deputy Leeky, 24. Mrs. Waller, wife of Mr. Waller, of Bafinghall-treet,

wine-merchant, Idol-lane, Tower-street. At his house within the precincts of Can- John Spooner, Esq. Grosvenor-place.

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tanners.

From Jan. 1. to Jan. 24. inclusive. THOMAS Searle, of storagate-Street, Lama Hodges, of the Strand, Jinnen-draper. Tho

, . Wright, of Dudley, Worcesterthire, vice- fter, victualler. Nathaniel Westborp, of maker. John Stuart, of Beccles, Suffolk, Harwich, fhip-chandler. William Hayden, grocer.

Richard Ogden, of Manchester, of Llanganten, in Brecknockdhire, and Ed. fastian manufacturer, dealer and chapman. ward Hayden, of Llanarcie, in the said county, Hickin Bould and James Swann, of Liver

George Score, of Andover, in the pool, grocers and partners. John Gibbins, county of Southampton, innholder. John of the parish of Shipion under Wichwood, Henry Reichard, late of Manchester, LanOxfordshire, shopkeeper. William Bond, of cashire, merchant. Thomas Oyston, of St. Redlion-street, Clerkenwell, draper. Ar- Nicholas, Durham, hardwareman. Thomas thur Gore, late commander of the Nassau Laugher, of Great Charles-street, BirmingEat-Indiaman, Patrick Burke, of Harvey's- ham, refiner and plater. William Taylor, buildings, in the Strand, taylor. Hugh Jones, of Alford, Lincolnshire, grocer and draper. of Coventry, grocer. John Heppell, of John Taitt, of Swallow-Street, Oxford-soad, Mukwearmouth Shore, in the county of Middlesex, upholsterer. Joseph Hemming, Dirbam, coal-fikter. William Allan, of of Peter-ftreet, Bloomsbury, Middlesex, vintSnderland near the Sea, in the county of ner. Francis Edge, late of Potters Pury, in Dostiam, baker. Peter Daniel Hervé, of the county of Northampton, and now a L'nion-court, Broad-street, London, mer- prisoner in the gaol at Northampton, mercrant, dealer and chapman, Henry Atkins, chant. William Edwards, of Cheapfide, of Lawrence-lane, Cheapfide, London, London, broker. John Rayner and Robert bilder. Richard Greenwood, of Elbow-lane, Watson, both of Birmingham, japanners, Lidon, cyder-merchant. Jolin Bowles, of William Woolcock, of Leftwithiel, in CornTros bridge, grocer. William Sill, of Li. wall, taylor. Joseph Dobinson, formerly Yorpool, merchant. Abraham Wavell, of of Calcuta, in the Eait Indies, now or late Witworth-street, tallow-chandler. Robert of Mary-le-Bone, mer. James Hodson, late Bixler and John Archibald Stevenson, of Kegworth, in Leicestershire, brandy-merKig ftreet, merchants. George Atkinson; - Chant. Alington Hodges, of Brick-court,

Aldersgate-street, goldsmi:h. Stephen Middle-Temple, money-scrivener.

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LONDON REVIEW;

For FEBRUARY, 1786. (Embellished with 1. A beautiful Engraving, by HOLLOWAY, of the COMTE DE VERCENNES,

MINISTER for FOREIGN AFFAIRS in FRANCE. 2. A Picturesque Representation of Rousseau's LAST ADDRESS to his Wife. 3. A View of WYNNSTAY THEATRE. 4. aod 5. Two ADMISSION TICKETS to the Dramatic Performances there, from the Designs of H. BUNBURY, Esq.]

CONTAINING

Page Swinburne's Travels in the Two Sicilies, Some Account of Wynnftay Theatre 71 Political State of the Nation and of Eu

1780 rope, for February 1786. No. XXIV. ib. A Review of some interesting Periods of A Picture of Life and Manuers in Ein

the Irish History

107 gland in 1690, as drawn by John M. Manwaring's Address to the Grand Evelyn, Esq. 73 Jury of Middlesex

108 Remarks on the different Success, with Cary's Actual Survey of Middlesex on a Respect to Health, of some Attempts Scale of an Inch to a Mile, &c. ib, to pass the Winter in High Northern Florio: a Tale for fine Gentlemen and Latitudes. By John Aikin, M. D. [con- fine Ladies: and the Bas Bleu ; or, cluded]

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Conversation: Two Poems

109 Extract from an Effay on the Pleasure The Recess : a Tale of other Times ; and

which the Mind receives from the Ex- a Variety of other new Publications ib. ercise of its Faculties, and that of Taste An Account of the Circumstances which

in particular. By Charles de Polier, Esq. 77 attended the Death of Rousseau Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Journal of the Proceedings of the Third late celebrated L. Euler

81 Seifion of the Sixteenth Parliament of An Allegory, intended to recommend a Gieat-Britain : including Lords Address

good Tate in the Choice of Buoks 8; and Answer to the King's Speech III Sinctures on Heron's Letters of Litera- - Substance of Dr. Hurd's Sermon beture. By a Correspondent

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fore the Lords on Jan. 39 Reflections on Free-Thinking. By Dr.

Commons Debates on Militia Bill

113 Wafon, Bishop of Llandaff 90 Army Estimates

116 Original Letter from Thomas Cooke, - Fortification of Dock-yards, &c. &c. 118

Translator of Hesiod, &c. to Mr. Baker 91 || Poetry: including Hymn of Calliope : .at Cliaracters, Anecdotes, and Oblervations, the Close of a Poem entitled " Gibile

by the late Dr. Samuel Johoton : in. terra Salvata," hy the Marquis Ippolito cluding Castiglione-Buruet-Beggar's Pindemonte, Noble Venetian. TranOpera- Carte--Pulteney - Turkish Nated by Mrs. Piozzi, late Mrs. Thrale Spy-Goldsmith's Traveller-Duke of ---Song by Mrs. Piozzi, late Mrs. Argyle-Dr. Beattie-Home-Music Tbrale-The Snowball: a Cantata. - Mr. Harris

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By the late Cuthbert Shaw--Verses by Observations on Sea-bathing. By Dr. Buchan 93 George Gray, Esq. &c. &c. On the different Schools of Music. By the Theatrical Journal : including Prologue Lite Dr. Goldimith

and Epilogue to the Heiress--Mrs. A Comparison between Laughing and Abington's political Address after the Sentimental Comedy. By the same

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performance of Scrub - Plan of Mr. The London Review with Anecdotes O'Keefe's Love in a Campand of Authors.

Kenible's Projects, with Mr. Cubl's Monro's Structure and Physiology of Prologue to the latter

Fihes explained and compared with Particular account of the Etiquette, Drelles, those of Man, and other Animals

Dancers, new Carriages, at Court on tie A Philosophical Ellay on Old Maids Queen's Birth-day, observed Feb. 9. (concluded]

Foreign Intelligence. Tte Errors of lunocence

Monthly Chronicle, Promotions, PreferAralyfis of the Memoirs of the Literary ments, Births, Marriages, Obituary,

anu Pulofssphical Society of Manchester Barometer and Thermometer, Prices continued]

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* The Memoirs of the COUNT DE VERGENNES, with which we have been furnished by a very respectable Literary Charaller in Paris, and which were intended to have accompanied the engraved Portrait of that celebrated Minister annexed to the present Magazine, were unfortunately received too late to appear in the present, but shall be inserted in our next Number.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. The paper on the religious observance of the Lord's Day is too long, and would lead to a ccn'rorerly, for which we have no room in our Magazine.

E, T. P.'s pieces came too late this Month.

The ane do:es of John Pinkerson and his family came to band ; but as, from the extrava. gance of his last work, fome doubts may be entertained of his fanity, we hesitate about print. ing them. We have no desire to wage war with Bedlam.

T.II'. R. G. A. W. T. H. and several others, are received. Those which have not the portage paid are returned to the Office.

The anecdote from Mr. Locke's Works being taken from a bock familiar to every body, we must decline iniercing.

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