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523 a few days before Mr. Jeffryes was shot ; Sir Clement Cotterel Dormer, knt, Samuel but he did not swear that it was Swan that Gale, Esq; Cromwell Mortimer, M. D. did shoot him, or who did ; because, he Jeremiah Mills, D. D. Richard Rawlinsays, he went away out of the neighbour. son, L. L. D. James Theobalds, Esq; Mr. hood of Walthamstow a few days before George Vertue, Edward Umfreville, Philip the said murder was committed,

Carteret Webb, James Weft, and Daniel This Matthews was committed to Wray, Efqrs. Brown Willis, L. L. D. and Cerkenwell Bridewell by Sir Samuel Gower, Philip Yorke, Esq; who proceeded to bufialong with the abovenamed John Swan, nels, and re-elected all the other old memon the 20th of June laft, 14 days before bers, as impowered by the great seal. (See the murder was perpetrated, for being p. 475.) found with a brace of pistols upon them,

FRIDAY, 15. a powder. horn with gunpowder (herein,

The Rt. Hon. the house of peers preand a pair of rich ear.rings in a shagreen

fented their humble address of thanks to case; and for his discharge Elizabeth Jef- his majesty for his moft gracious speech fryes appeared the next day before the said from the throne. (See this address with his justice, and said the earings were hers, majesty's answer, p. 515.) and the pistols her uncle's, which Swan,

SATURDAY, 16. who was her uncle's servant, was carrying, The humble address of the Hon. house by order, to be cleaned; upon which, on of commons was this day presented to the a re-examination, they were both dir- king ; (which see, together with his majecharged, and the paid their fees,

My's answer, p. 515, 516.)
MONDAY, 11.

TUESDAY, 19. The Aate lottery began drawing at Guild- The anniversary of the birth of her hau.

royal highness the princefs dowager of of the ten malefa&tors condemned the Wales was celebrated, who then entered Jan feffions at the Old Bailey, (see p. 475.) into the 33d year of her age. the fix following were this day executed at

THURSDAY, 21. Tyburn, viz. Alexander Byrne, James This night was the eclipse of the moon, Malone, Terence Mac-Cane, William of which we gave a type and calculation in Holmes, John Newton, and Francis Man

our last, p. 466. It was very vilible from deville. The under theriff attended the the clearners of the sky at that time. Je execution, which was performed with began a little after 8, and ended atout 11. great decency and order. A great num- Eight digits of the 12 were eclipsed. ber of failors, and others, appearing armed

FRIDAY, 22. with bludgeons, under pretence of rescuing The Hon. Alexander Murray, Esq; was their acquaintances from the surgeons, again ordered into custody by the house of were, by order of the Meriff, disarmed,

commons. and the bodies of the unfortunate criminals About this time an account was broughe were cut down and delivered to their

from Jamaica, of a dreadful hurricane that friends, with the same peace and order as happened there on Sept. 11. It began they were executed. Five high constables, about one in the moming and lalled till and upwards of 200 petty conftables and Near 30 Mips and vetsels were lost, headboroughs, attended.

Samuel Bacon, some with their whole crews; and a great Emanuel Clarke, and Weston Rakes were many lost their mafts, and were oiner. reprieved for transportation for life. And wise Very much damaged, with the loss of no report was made to his majesty, by the

part of their crews.

All the sugar cares recorder, of Elizabeth Wills, on account were lodged, and many houses and all the of her pregnancy. (See their several

Negro huts were blown down. One while crimes in the place above referred to.) man, and several Negroes were killed by THURSDAY, 14.

the falling of the houses.

Most of the The king went to the house of peers, wharts in Kingston were blown away, with the usual state and folemnity, and or greatly damaged ; likewise those to the the commons being sent for up and at- windward and leeward gone, with several tending, his majesty opened the session houses. Most of the canes in the cane. with a most gracious speech to both houses. pieces were either lodged or washed away; (See p. 514.)

many works destroyed, and several No. The same day, at the mitre tavern in

groes, cattle, &c, killed. Fleet-street, was opened the new charter of the society of antiquaries ; and in it were EXPLANATION of tbe STATIONERS found named as officers, Martin Folkes,

ALMANACK, for 17;2. Elg; president, Charles Compton, Esq; trea- This Almanack is ornamented with a furer, John Ward, L. L. D. and Pr. Rhet. curiously engraven head. piece, designed by Greth. director, and Mr. Joseph Ames, Mr. S. Wale, representing K. Edward Ili. secretary. The council were lords Fitz. holding in his right hand a garter, whicho williams and Willoughby of Brooke, Sir the countess of Salisbury dropt in dancing ; John Evelyn, and Sir Joseph Ayliffe, barts. Uuu a

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the lady's confufion ; the lively sense the to Miss Cope, youngest daughter of Sir
king had of ic; with the sneers of the Jonathan Cope, bart, in Oxfordshire.
courtiers on that occafion, are all here 17. Edward Burges, Esq; of Hindon,
delicately touched, and the different pas. to Miss Judith Brown, of St. James's-
fions admirably well expressed.–From this street, a 15,0col. fortune.
incident the most noble order of the garter John Fielding, Esq; to Miss Elizabeth
was first instituted, in the year 1350.

It

Whittingham, of Staffordshire. is a military order, consisting of 26 knights, 24. Thomas Bristow, Esq; of Gray'sor companions, generally all peers, Inn, to Miss Fanny Lee, of Bloomsbury. princes, whereof the king of England is The marriage of Mr. Lloyd, of Golden-lane, lovereign ; and there have been 8 em. mentioned in Augup loft, was a mistake. perors, and 28 foreign kings, besides princes, Nov. 5. The lady of Barnaby Backwell, of this order fince its institution. --They Esq; delivered of two daughters. wear a garter set with precious stones on 8. The lady of Charles Talbot, Esq; of the left leg, with this morto, Honi foit qui a fon and heir. mal y pense, q.d. Sbame to bim wbó tbinks The lady of Joseph Gulston, jun. Esq; evil bereof.

of a daughter.

14. The wise of James Piercy, a very MARRIAGES and BIRTHS.

honest industrious man, at Old Brent. Oet, 26. DWARD Hollis, Erq; por. ford, of three boys, christened Matthew,

sess'd of a large eftale in Mark, and Luke, and likely to live ; and Herefordshire, to Miss Theodulia Fenning, that day ii months the same woman had an heiress.

3 boys and a girl at a birth. Stephen Thompson, Esq; an eminent

17. The lady of General Winyard, of a merchant, to the second daughter of the daughter. Jate Dr. Hall, physician to the Charter- 18. The lady of Sir Thomas Parkyns, Hours

bart, of a daughter. 31. Rev. Mr. Thomas Lowe, chaplain

22. Lady Elizabeth Waldegrave, daugh. of Chelsea.college, and rector of Epworth,

ter to the earl Gower, and wife of the in Lincoln hire, to Miss Elizabeth Furye,

Hon. col. Waldegrave, of a son and heir. youngest daughter of Peregrine Furye, Erg;

25. The lady of Sir Edmund Wallith, of Mr. Haycock, an eminent apothecary a fon and heir. and surgeon at Stoke-Newington, to Miss

DIATH S. Godfrey, daughter of Edward Godfrey,

oa. 20.

R. Alexander Raite, proof Hampstead, Esq; a 10,ocol. fortune.

Mr. Isaac Lamprey, an eminent mer- King's College, Aberdeen. chant in Tower-friet, to Miss Lownds, of 28. Thomas Place, Esq; one of the Ware, in Hertfordlhire.

pages of the bedchamber to his majesty. Samuel Stevens, Esq; of Ham, in Eflex, Mrs. Brillow, aged about 80, mother to Miss Isabella Andrews, of Bow.

to John Brittow, Elq; deputy gove nor of Nov. 6. Richard Vaughan, of the Mid

the S. S. company, and to William Bristow, dle-Temple, Esq; only son and heir of the

Erg; one of the commissioners of the reHon. John Vaughan, Ely; knight of the

venue in Ireland, to the counters of Ef. noire ior Caermarthenshire, to Mirs Mar

fingham, countess of Buckingham, Mrs. garetta Elizabeth Phillipps, an heiress of Dashwood of Suffolk, and two daughters 30,cool. fortune.

vomarried ; and grandmother to John 7. Thomas Phillips, Erq; poffefred of a Ward, of Westerham, in Kent, Esq; sooliderable estate in Shropshire, to Miss

31. Rev. Mr. Pordage, rubdean of the Flayd, of Mortlake, an heiress.

king's chapel, rector of St. Fagan's, in 9. Mr. Richard Siddall, chemist, in Glamorganinire, and clerk in orders of Panton street, to Miss Sukey le Febre, St. George's, Hanover-square. fourth daughter to John le Febre, of 'Tot- Nov. 1. Hon. col. Thomas Lascelles, tenham, Era;

late surveyor general of the ordnance, in 10. Martin Jarvis, Esq; a merchant of

the 82d year of his age. He was also chief this city, to Miss Sarah Coates, of New engineer of Great Britain, and deputy Bond-ftreet.

quarter master general cf all his majetty's 15. Anthony Askew, Esq; M. D. eldest forces. He had been 63 years in the ferfon of Dr. Andrew Askew, an erainent vice of his king and country, was at the physician at Newcaftle upon Tyne, to Miss glorious battle at the Boyne, and dan, Swinburn, a 10,000l, fortune,

gerously wounded at Hockstet. He under16. Mr. Lyde Brown, an eminent re. went the fatigue of 21 campaigns, and was finer in Forer. Lane, to Miss Bar well, of present at 36 engagements. Bread-freel, a 10,000l. fortune.

6. John Selwyn, Esq; member of pare
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17512 DEATHS, PROMOTIONS, &e.

525 treasurer of the late queen's pensions, and Ecclefiaftical PRETERMINTS. treasurer to the prince of Wales. He has OSEPH Trapp, M. A. presented by left only one son, George Augustus Selwyn, George Pitt Esq; to the living of StratEsq; member for Luggershall, in Wilts. fieldlea.- Peter Arnott, M. A. by the carl

Mr. John Wine, at Holt, in Lincolnshire, of Shrewsbury, to the rectory of St. a gentleman of an exceeding good character. Mary's, in Shropshire.—Mr. Smallbrook,

7. Rev. Dr. John Madden, dean of Kile by the countess dowager of Montrath, more, in Ireland.

'to the living of Wem, in Shropshire.-Dr. 8. Sir Thomas l'Estrange, of Hunstan. Hay, of the commons, made chancellor of ton, in Norfolk, bart. who dying without the diocese of Worcester.-Mr. Althamlon, iffue, the dignity and estate devolves to his M. A. presented by Sir Peter Warburton, only brother, now Sir Henry l’Ettrange, Bart. to the rectory of St. Mary's, Leia of Grefsenhall in the same county, bart. cester Mire. Dr. Yates, by the Hon. Mrs.

“Dr. Widgley, a phyfician of great prac- Lewis, grandmother to the earl of Plytice, at Leicester.

mouth, to the re&ory of St. Fagan's, in is. Mr. Tobias Charlton, who had been Glamorgan shire.-Mr. Clendon, by the upwards of 40 years a clerk in the secre- master and fellows of Emanuel college, tary's office, at the IndiaHouse.

Cambridge, to the rectory of Brompton 14. Hon. col. Charles Amyand Pawlet, Regis, in Somersetshire, in the room of member for Christchurch, Hants, to whom Mr. Gammage, deceased.--Dr. Allen, apthe 10,000l. prize in the lottery, that was pointed by the bishop of London, as dean drawn this very day, was said to belong. of the chapel royal, fubdean thereof.

John Hodgson, Esq; late a supercargo in Richard Robinson, D. D. promoted by his the service of the East. India company, majesty, to the bishoprick of Killaloe and who has left his father, the master of the Achonry, in Ireland, in the room of bishop mathematical school, in Christ's-Hospital, Cary, deceased. - Henry Maxwell, M. A. 2001, a year for life.

appointed by his majesty, dean of Kilo Rev. Mr. Hotchkis, many years head more, in Ireland, in the room of Dr. Made maler of the Charterhouse school, which den, deceased. he resigned in 1748, and rector of Baltham, PROMOTIONS Civil and Military, in Cambridgeshire, a living worth neas HARLES Townley, ; 4001. per ann.

16. Rt. Hon. the lady dowager Dillon. the room of John Cheale, Esq; deceased.'

Mr. George Graham, well skilled in all -Capt. Wilkinson, made adjutant to his the branches of the mechanicks, a most royal highness the duke's reg. of foot celebrated watchmaker, and fellow of the guards,

Dickens, Esq; made a capt. Royal Society.

in the same regiment.--Dr. Wilcox, maRev. Philip Doddridge, D. D. at Lisbon, fter of Clare.hall, elected vice-chancellor of whither he went for the recovery of his Cambridge.-Dr. Milner, chosen an addi. health,

tional physician to St. Thomas's hospital. 19. Henry Arnauld, Esq; poffefied - Dr. Thomas Salisbury, one of the adof a great estate at Hayes, in Middlesex. vocates of Doctors Commons, made judge

20. Mr. James Newton, one of the of the high court of admiralty, in the room warehouse keepers to the East India com. of Sir Henry Penrice, knt. who resigned: pany, aged near 100.

And soon after Dr. Salisbury received the Mr. John Chambers, of Portsmouth, honour of knighthood. - Hon. Joseph fisherman, called the admiral of the fithera Yorke, Esq; made his majesty's minister men, by who n he was much honoured, plenipotentiary to their high mightinefies in the rooth year of his age. His corpse the states general. was carried by fix great grandsons, and Perforis declar'd BANKRUPTS.

OGER Peck, of St. Saviour's, Southdaughters, and was followed by his sons wark, grocer and tobacconift.and daughters, grandsons and grand- Benj. Legood, the elder, late of Bodney, daughters, great grandsons and great grand- in Norfolk, tallow.chandler.-George Hedaughters, and their chiidren, two and liger, late of London, merchant.--Samuel two, amounting to 72.

Nicholson, late of the parish of St. Anne, 22. Dr. Samuel Horseman, at his house in Middlesex, vidualler.- James Carlos, in Hatton Garden, one of the Yellows, of St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, vicand treasurer of the Royal College of Phy• tualler. William Hawkins, now or late ticians.

of Wolverhampton, linen-draper and mer24. The countess dowager of Shaftury, cer-William Parratt, of Leather lane, mother of the present earl.

pawnbroker.-William Barber, of Chelms. Peter le Fevre, E 9; at Walthamstow, ford, chee'emonger.- John Gravenor, late an eminent malt diftiller, and high theritt of St. Andrew's, Holbourn, dealer. for ElTex,

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PRICES of STOCKS in NOVEMBER, Bill of MORTALITY, &c.
BANK INDIA South Sea South Sea South Sea, 4 perCent. A per Cent. Bank An. 3 percent. IndiaBonds B.Cir.pl Wind af Wearber B1lk of Mortality from
STOCK. STOCK, STOCK. Annu. old| Ann, new

1746.
1747 1748-9. B. Annu.

præm....d.

Deal. London, Oct. 22. 10 Nov. 16. 188 115

I 10 N. W. snow 188

S Males 716 1043 101. 104 1

103 $
102 š 102 100 $

Chrift.
I IO N. W. front fair

Femal. 700
3) Sunday

W. froft fair

Males 939
188 I15

Buried
103
103

1903
102
100

qe. by N. froit fair
10

Femal. 904
I15 104 104

102
101
JOO sl. 88

110 cW.N. W. hard front Died under 2 years old 751
1391401 188
115 104 104 103 102

102

5l. 88 110 CW. N. W. clou. mild Between 2 and 5

151 140 188 115

104 103 103 100

1 10 E. clou, mild

5 and 10 – 62 115 104 104

102 102

5l. 78 110
CE. N. E.
foggy

Jo and 20 - 63
115 104 104 & 103

102
102

sl. 78 1 10 E. by N. moist

20 and 30 10 Sunday

E. by S. cloudy

30 and 40 11 115 104 : 104

103 102

102 11 100 i sl. 78 cs. by W. cloudy

40 and 50-146 12 139 140 188 1 115

104 103

1 10 C S. W.

rain

50 and 60-137 131 140 18.11891 115

104 104

102 1024 101

sl. 8s S. by W. rain

60 and 70-116 14140 189 I 115 104 4 104

2102 102 | 101 S. W. fair

66 15! 140 189 115 7) 104

103 102 102 101

I 10 cw. by S. rain

8o and go
16 140

104
104 103 103 103 102žio3 101

1 10 W. S. W. fair rain

90 and 100

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*7 Sunday

W. by S. fair

1903 18) 140

4) & 103/104 103

103 )
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1 To CS.S. W. fr. fair rain
19) 141 190

103 } | 101 sl. 128

Within the Walls 187

6 N.W. by W snow 20 141 $ $ 190

117 IOS 105 ) 104 103 | 103 101 51. 158 11 12

Without the Walls 466

(W. S. W. fair rain 21 141 191

105 1054105 104 103 103 101 102 51. 138 11 12

In Mid. and Surrey 856

1. W. hard wind rain 22 141 190

116 %

104 1 10; } 104 103 *] 103

Jol 3 sl. 13s1 12 ts. S. W, fair rain

City & Sub. Wcf. 394 231 141

104 105 10+

103 101 1 sl. 13$ 112 S. W. fresh fair rain

1903 34 Sunday

s. W. by S. very fair Weekly 08, 29 358 105

104
103 103
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190
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103 sl. 138 | 12 ON.W.byn. fair

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104
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26 191 140 190

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103 101 1 1 3 6 S. E. fair cold

1903 gol 140 1904 105 1

sl. 138 1 12 PS. S. E. fair cloudy Wheaten Peck Loaf 25.

Peale 20s, to 256. per Q.
Bear. Key. Basingstoke. Reading. Farnham. Henley. Guildford. Warminster, Devizes. Gloucester.
Wheat 298 to 335 gr
iol 75 load rol 158 load jol 7s load 10175 load sol 150 load 355 to 48 ar 345 to 48 qr 48 6d burn.

345 to 429
Barley 138 to 19 205 to ou qr 19s to 23 qr 195 to 22 gr 195 to 22 qr 205 to 22

195 to 24
198 to 23

23 cod Oats 158 6d 0016

198 to 20 od 148 to 18 145 to 19 145 to 19 158 to 19 od 145 to 19

Tos to 17 28 to 25 60

13s to 13 Beans 18s to 2 js od 283 to 29 od

245 to 26 225 to 26 228 to 26

438 to 36

25 gd to 35 LOTTERY TICKETS, 1751, ill. 148. 6d. ul. 155. ul. 148. ul. 158. 6d. pil. 173. 6d. 121, 122, 1013 161. 16

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