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After a fhort illness, Thomas Bayley, efq. clerk of the North road at the General Post-office.
At Ripon, co. York, in a very advanced age, Rev. Francis Wanley, D. D. dean of the collegiate church of Ripon (to which he was prefented by the King, in 1750), rector of Stokefley in Cleveland. 1750, prebendary of Southwell, 1748, chancellor of York, 1749, with the prebend of Laughton annexed, which he exchanged for the prebend of Stillington, 1750, and had that of Weighton, in the fame church, the fame year. He was admitted at Chrift's College, Cambridge, where he proceeded B.A. 1731, M.A. 1735, S.T.P. 1748.
4. At Stoke Newington, of which he was a very old inhabitant, ged 59, Mr. John Staples, late a painter, plumber, and glazier, and one of the moft refpectable tradefmen in the parish, but had retired from business a twelvemonth before.
At his houte in Hart street, Bloombury, in his 82d year, the Hon. W. Bull, a native of South Carolina and many years heutenantgovernor and commander in chief of that province, which he left, with the British troops, in 1782, and had ever fince refided in Great Britain.
After a lingering illness, James Duberly, efq. of Enfham hall, co. Oxford, many years taylor to the army. He married a daughter of Mr. angford, the celebrated auctioneer, whofe eldest fon purchafed Eynfham-hall, which, on his death, was re-purchated by Mr. Duberly.
At York, in his 92d year, John Kenion, efq. After bequeathing fome legacies to particular friends, he has left his fortune to chable purposes, viz. 200l. to the County hofpital; 2 ol. to the Blue-coat Boys and Grey-coat Girls School; and 200l. to the Lunatic Afylum, in that city: 200l. to the hofpitais in Manchefter; and the refidue is to be applied in apprenticing poor children belonging to the town of Rochdale, in Lancathire, his native place.
In an advanced age, Mr. Wm. French, attorney at law, in Dyer's-buildings, Holborn.
At his father's houfe at Walthamitow, Mr. John Bennett, of Fenchurch street.
5. Suddenly, at Hoddefden, Herts, Mr. Geo. howman, fon of Wm. B. efq. bauker, in Lembard-freet.
At Orpington, in Kent, in his 86th year, Richard Gee, esq.
At Abergavenny, in South Wales, on a journey, in his 30th year, Geo. Chaworth, efq. of Annefley, co. Nottingham, for which county he ferved the office of high fheriff in 1790. He has left an only daughter, aged fix years, to mher it his large poffeffions.
1. At her houfe at Clapton, Mifs Mary Lateward, fifter of the late wife of Charles Schreiber, efq.
At Chatham, aged upwards of 70, Mr. Wm. Payne, formerly purveyor of that yard, and afterwards mafter caulker and builder's affiftant there.
At Cheliea, Mrs. Hall, of Moulsey, Surr. At his brother's, at Beverley, co York, in his 2 year, Rev. Samuel Johnson, D. D. rector of Freshwater, in the Inle of Wight, in the commiffion of the peace for the Eaft riding of Yorkshire, and formerly fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge.
Mr. John Flight, one of the proprietors of the Worcefter porcelain manufactory.
11. At Brighthelmftone, Mr. Wm. Collinfon, late a distiller at Limehouse.
At her house in Worcester, in an advanced age, Mrs. Graves, relict of Morgan G. efq. of Mickleton, co. Gloucester, and daughter of the late James Walwyn, efq. of Longworth, co. Hereford.
Aged 73, Mr. James Wickiteed, the original feal-engraver of that name, who for many years followed that profeffion with applaufe in London, Dublin, and Bath.
12. In the City-road, in her 84th year, Mrs. Martha Hall, widow of Rev. Mr. H. and laft furviving fifter of the Rev. John and Charles Wesley. She was equally diftinguthed by piety, understanding, and fweetnefs of temper. Her tympathy for the wretched, and her bounty even to the worthlefs, will eternize her name in better worlds than this.
At Axbridge, co. Somerfet, in his 94th year, the Rev. Henry Penny, upwards of 50 years rector of Shipham and Christon.
At Tynemouth, after a long illness, the youngest fon of Sir George Warren, bart. of Stapleford-hall, co. Nottingham.
13. At Eaftrington, near Howden, co. York,
York, Mr. Wm. Field, schoolmaster. The day of his death was the day appointed for his marriage.
in 1782, and was fucceeded by Jacob Shann, efq. In this department he diftinguithed himfelf by a rigid attention to business. He enjoyed an affluent fortune with great dignity and propriety. He was hofpitable without profufion, and charitable without oftentation. In the general concerns of life he united integrity of conduct with fincerity of profellion. How he difcharged the domestic duties is beft attefted by the regrets of his furviving family.
28. At the South-fea-houfe, Peter Burrell, efq. many years chief caihier of the Southfea Company.
At Gaddefby, co. Leicest. John Ayre, efq. 14. At his house at Walworth, after a long and painful illness, aged 88, M.. Tho. Bolas, formerly a refpectable tradefman of the city of London, but many years retired.
At Reading, Mr. St. John Jones, of Lincoln's-inn, youngest brother of Calvert Rich. J. efq. of Swanfea.
At Edinburgh, Rev. Dr. Tho. Blacklock; the blind Poet, if we mistake not, whom Mr. Spence, with Mr. R. Dodfley, went to Scutland to vifit; and of whom we hope for a farther account.
Suddenly, as he was returning from his hay-field, the Rev. Henry Homer, rector of Birdingbury, co. Warwick, and formerly of Magdalen College, Oxford; by whofe death the living of Willoughly, in the fame county, is now become vacant in that fociety. He was the father of 17 children, most of whom are fill living to lament his lofs. His eldeft fon died on the 4th of May laft (see p. 492).
15. Tho. Bond, efq. of Bond-court, Walbrook, merchant.
Mr. James Laurence Blomfield, of Fenchurch-street.
Mr. Wm. Loosely, butcher, of Fore-ftr. At Ramsgate, Rev. Mr. James, late mafter of an academy at Greenwich.
At Barnes-green, Surrey, in her 86th year, Mrs. Eliz. Partington.
At Hemel-Hempstead, Herts, aged 73, Mrs. Collett.
In his 26th year, Mr. Samuel Cork, jun. of Bury, one of the people called Quakers.
17. In St. George's Tombland, Norwich, in his 81ft year, Mr. John Slaney.
At Brooke, near Norwich, in his goth year, Mr. John Kerrison.
13. At Portsmouth, aged 18, Mr. Charles Grey Andrews, in his Majesty's naval fervice, fecond fon of J. P. A. elq. of BrompHis activity, good-nature, and liberal fpirit, caufe him to be truly regretted by his Comrades. His remains were interred there on the 21ft; when the funeral was honourel by the attendance of Capt. Hartwell, and other officers of the Bellona.
At Stoke Newington (in the house in which his brother James died, May 5, 1788) Mr. Thomas Sorel, weaver, in Spital-fquare.
21. At Canterbury, of the fmall-pox the infant daughter of Wyndham Knatchbull, efq. 23. At uxford, Rev. Charles-William Batt, M A. ftudent of Chrift Church.
ALTER James James, efq. of Lang ley-hall, Berks; Sir Wm. Erikine, knt. lieutenant-general of his Majesty's forces; Henry Martin, efq. of Lockinge, Berks, com, troller of his Majesty's navy; Charles William Boughton Roule, efq. of Roufe Lench, co. Worcester, and of Downton-hall, co. Salop; Chriftopher Hawkins, efq. of Trewithen, co Cornwall; John Call, efq. of Whiteford co. Cornwall; George Jackson, eiq of Hartham-house, co. Wilts, judge-advocate of his Majesty's fleet; Ralph Woodford, efq. late lus Majefty's envoy extraordinary to the Court of Denmark; Charles Pole, efq of Woolterton, co. Southampton; Robert Howell Vaughan, efq. of Nannaú, co. Merioneth; Rev. Charles Rich (late Bostock), LL.D. of Rose-hall, co. Suf folk; Charles Grave Hudson, efq. of Wanlip, co. Leicester; George Ivifon Tapps, efq. of tinton Admiral, co. Southampton; George Chad, efq. of Thursford, co. Norfolk; and Berney Brograve, eiq. of Woritead-houfe, co. Norfolk; created baronets.
At his houfe in Clifford-ftreet, in an advanced age, Wm. Boulton, efq. late of the General Poft-office, from which he retired
James- Ailan Park, efy. of Lincoln's-inn, barrister at law, appointed (by the Chancellor of his Majefty's duchy of Lancaster) vicechancellor of the county palatine of Lancafter, wice Swinnerton, dec.
Arthur Earl of Donegal, created Marquis of the county of Donegal, and Earl of Belfaft, co. Antrim.
19. Rev. Mr. Hooke, rector of Birkby, and vicar of Leek, in the North riding of Yorkshire, and eldest son of the late Natha-Harberton, of Carbery, co. Kildare. niel H. efq. author of the Roman History.
At his houfe in York, aged 91, Wm. Abercrombie, M. D.
Charles Earl of Drogheda, created Marquis of Drogiveda.
Thomas Lord Welles, created Viscount Northland, of Dungannon, co. Tyrone.
Arthur Lord Harberton, created Viscount
Robert Boyd, efq. appointed a justice of the Court of King's Bench in Ireland, wire Braditrect, dec.
Rev. Dr. Geo. Hill, profeffor of divinity in the New College of St. Andrew, appointed principal of that University, and one of his Majelly's chaplains in ordinary in Scotland, ce Gillespie, dec.
Rev. Dr. Rob. Arnott, appointed fecond matter and profeffor of divinity in the New College of St. Andrew, vice Hill, refigned.
Rev. Alex. Downie, prefented to the church and parith of Localth, in the preibytery of Lockarrow
Lockarrow and county of Rofs, vice Macleod, refigned.
Rev. John Garnett, M.A. Sutterton V. CO. Lincoln, wice Beridge, dec.
JOHN Parish, efq. appointed ftorekeeper and paymafter of the ordnance at Gibraltar, vice Carecroft, dec.
rington.-Hon. and Rev. Dr. Edw. Vernon, elected bishop of Carlisle, vice Douglas.
Rt. Rev. Dr. Cornwallis, bishop of Lichfield and Coventry, appointed dean of Windfor, vice Dr. Douglas, refigned.
Rev. Jonathan Lipyeatt, B.D. Marton cum Grafton V. co. York, vic Fairfax, dec.
Rev. Edw. Goddard, M. A. Cliffe-Pypard V. co. Wilts.
Rev. Edw. Cooper, B.A. Wyck augment,
Earl Fitzgibbon, lord chancellor of Ireland, appointed (by the Duke of Gloucester) vice-Ted chapelry, near Perfhore, co. Worcester. chancellor of the University of Dublin, vice the Lord Primate, refigned.
Geo. Nelfon, efq. elected common cryer of the city of London, vice Bishop, dec.
Mr. Stephen Clark, elected upper-marshal of the city of London, vice Miller, refigned; and Mr. Rich. Hollier to fucceed Mr. Clark. Mr. George Temple, elected hall keeper of the Guildhall of the city of London, vice Groome, dec.; and Mr. Frederick-William Temple, elected his first assistant; Mr. Jn. Hill, his fecond, and Mr. Philip Nicholls, his third affiftants.
Hugh Stephenfon, efq. appointed collector of the customs at Ayr, vice Ferguffon, dec.
Wm. Little, efq. of Coventry, appointed receiver-general of the land-tax for the hundreds of Knightlow and Kineton, co. Warw.
Tho.-Hen. Harben, efq. appointed keeper of the flamps at Somerset-house, vice Whatley, dec.; and Mr. Brook, deputy-keeper.
Cha. Ogle, efq. appointed collector of the customs at the port of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Chriftopher Blackett, efq. of Newcastle upon Tyne, appointed treasurer for the county of Northumberland.
Mr. Harrifon, appointed acting furveyorgeneral of the crown-lands, vice Selwyn, dec.
John Palmer, efq, appointed commiffary of ftores and provifions at New South Wales, vice Miller, dec.; and Zacharias Clarke, gent. appointed affiftant, or deputy-commiffary, with a falary of 105, per diem.
John Dade, efq. of Debenham, appointed comptroller of the customs at the port of Ipfwich, vice Clarke, dec.
Henry Boyle Deane, efq. of Reading, co. Berks, appointed receiver-general for the Eastern divifion of that county; and William Blackall Simonds, efq. of the fame place, appointed receiver-general for the Western divifion; both vice John Deane, refigned.
Mr. Reeves, appointed chief justice of the Court of Civil Jurifdiction at Newfoundland, inftituted in pursuance of an act palled in the laft feffion of parliament, for determining caufes during the fishing-feafon only.
Wm. Oliphant, efq. appointed collector of the caftoms at Leith, wice Fullerton, dec.
· ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. IGHT Rev. Dr. Shute Barrington,
Rev. Mr. Zouch, rector of Wycliffe, co. York, appointed deputy commillary of the archdeaconry of Richmond, in that county, vice Bowlby, refigned.
Rev. Ger. Andrewes, elected joint evening preacher at the Magdalen, vice Sellon, dec. Rev. Aaron Fofter, LL.B. Kington V. co. Somerset, vice Brown, dec.
Rev. Sam. Glaffe, D. D. rector of Wanfted, Effex, collated to the prebendal stall of Shalford, in the cathedral of Bath and Wells.
Rev. John Vardill, M.A. late profeffor of divinity at King's College, New York, Skirbeck R. co. Lincoln, vice Birtwhistle, dec.
Rev. Dr. Knowles, Winston V. co. Suffolk. Rev. John Gilbert Barnard, M.A. Barnet. by V. and Bigby R. co. Lincoln.
Rev. Mr. Ruffel, Gainsford R. co. Durham, Rev. Morden Carthew, M. A. Frettenham with Stanninghall R. co. Norfolk.
Rev. Geo. Avery Hatch, M. A. St. Matthew Friday-street and St. Peter Cheap united RR. London, vice Lort, dec.
Rev. J. Robinfon, S'ockerston R. co. Leicefter, vice Wadlam, dec.
Rev. Wm. Collett, St. Mary in Surlingham V. with St. Saviour annexed, near Norwich, Rev.Samuel Summers Colman, B.A. Rushmere R. co. Suffolk.
Rev. Mr. Routh, elected prefident of Magdalen Coll. Oxford, vice Bp. Horne, refigned. Rev. George Hewitt, M.A. Witton V. co. Norfolk, vice Thomas Hewitt, dec.
Rev. Benj. Banner, M. A. Whittington R. co. Lancaster.
Rev. John Buck, jun. Great Franfham R. co. Norfolk.
Rev. John Chapman, M. A. St. John's cha pel at Bath, vice Dr. Chapman, dec.
Rev. Dr. Urquhart, collated to Wigtoft and Quadring united VV. co. Lincoln.
Rev. Tho. Methold, LL.B. Wetheringfet. cum Brockford R. co. Suffolk.
Rev. Mr. Smith, elected to the perpetual curacy of St. Mary Aldermanbury, London, vice Lawrence, dec.
Rev. G. A. Thomas, collated to Woolwich R. in Kent.
Rev. Samuel Clapham, M. A. Bengley R. co. York.
Rev. R. Rigby, St. Mary V. in Beverley, co. York, vice Drake, refigned.
Rbishop of Salibary, tranflated to the Rev. Rich. Lovett, Wrotham R. in Kent,
fee of Durham, wie Thurlow, dec.-Right Rev. Dr. John Douglas, bishop of Carlife, tranflated to the fee of Salisbury, vice Bar
wie Tarrant, dec.
Rev. Wm. Lawfon, M. A. Marsham V. co. York, vice Kirthaw, dec.
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North Wales, 6 514 5/3 9412 314
8 South Wales, 6
5. The Kentish Barons-The Minor.
18. Half an Hour after Supper-Next Door -
21. The Battle of Hexham-The Minor.
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27. Next Door Neighbours-A Quarter of an Hour before Dinner-The Flitch of Bacon.
28. Seeing is Believing-Next Door Neigh
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BILL of MORTALITY, from June 28, to July 26, 1791.
5 176 50 and 60 121
5 and 10 67 60 and
10 and 20
20 and 30 1:60 and
30 and 40 140!
90 37 90 and 100 4
EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN JULY, 1791.
Bank 3 perCt 3 per Ct Ditto 4 per Ct5 per Ct Long Short
India India S. Sea Ditto | India 1777. 1778. Stock. Ann
New 13 per Ct4perCt. Excheq Lottery Navy. Scrip. Scrip. Bills Tickets. 1
823 81 a
N. B. In the 3 per Cent. Confols, the highest and lowest Price of each Day is given; in the other Stock the highest Price only.