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Leyon Levy, to Miss Benjámin, of Falmouth, A boy of seventeen, the son of a tradesman of the young couples ages united amounted to 35 Long-lane, Weft-Smithfield, was committed to 10. At Chingford, Mr. Jones of Hatton-trees, the Compter, on a charge exhibited before the to Mis Landon of Chingford-hall.-14. At St. city magistrates, of several desperate attempts to Mary-la-Bonne, Lewis Majendie, Esq. captain murther his father and mother. The delpera in the King's regiment of Light Dragoons, to tion of this youth does not appear the result of Miss Houghton; only daughter of Sir Hesry insanity, but the mere turbulence and implaca- Houghton, Bart.-17. The Rev. Dr. Gerard, bility of a vicious difpofition.

rector of Monks Rifborough, Bucks, to Mif TUESDAY, 22.

Temple.-18. At Edinburgh, Captain Joha A fire broke out in an old house in a farm-yard, Brown, of the 48th regiment, to Miss Peggy just at the back of Limehouse-church, which Gardener.—21.At Witton, in Leicesterthire, the consumed that and a range of old buildings, a Right Hon. the Earl of Denbigh, to Lady Kailarge itack of hay, with lome farming utentiis, ford, widow of the late Sir Charles Halford, Bort. and damaged the adjacent houses.

of that place.---Lately in Scotland, Captain PaWEDNESDAY, 23.

trick Tytler, of the Soth regiment, to Miss IlaWas tried at Guildhall, before Lord Chief bella Erskine, youngett daughter of the Hus. Baron Skynner, an a&ion brought by Mr. Su- James Erskine, of Alva, one of the senators of therla: id, againt the Hon. James Murray, late The College of Justice. Governor of Minorca, for fuipending him from his othce of Judge Advocate of the Vice Admiralty Court in the above island.

BIRTH S. After fome time spent in deliberation, the jury July *HE Lady of Lord Hinton of a fon, at returned with a verdict in favour of Mr. Suther

Sir George Pocock's, in Charles-ftreet, land, awarding him tive thouland pounds d... Berkeley-square.--12. At fix in the morning,

her Grace the Duchess of Devon hire of a daughThe lighters of Mr. Rodbard, at Trig-stairs, Thames-itreet, having been lately frequently robbed, a guard was appointed to overlook them;

DEATHS. and early this morning three persons were dilcovered fulling the corn into facks, who being June T Bristol, Mrs. Holder, of the island fired at by the guard, one of them was killed; 19.

of Barbadoesam 22. Ac York, Henry the others immediately rowed off in a boat,

Richards, quarter-master in the 15th regiment which they had stolen for the occasion, to Pep- of Light Diagoons. He had served in the army per-ailey stairs, where they made their escape, from the age of 13, a period of 55 years.—23. leaving the body in the boat.

Thomas Gataker, one of the curtitors of the
High Court of Chancery.--24. Benjamin Adam-

fon, Esq. of Oakly, Wilts.-Ac Wimbledon, MARRIAGES.

Samuel Bush, Esq.-25. In Weitmorland-itreet, June R. John Doblon of Harlow-Hill, to Anthony Williams, Esq. aged 80.-At Ipswich, 19.

MMrs. Dobson, inn-keeper of the Lark Tarver, Esg. aged 80.–26. Henry Rolefame place; it is remarkable, that this is the warne, Esq. member for Truro, in Cornwall. third brother's fon Mrs. Doblon has been mar- Mrs. Goddard, wite of Edward Goddard, Esq. ried to. At the wedding dinner, there dired the and mother to the lady of Sir Williain James, bridegroom, bride, and mother, grandmother, Bart.-In Abingdon-itreet, Henry Pomeroy, aunt, son and daughter, and two coulins, in all Esq.-27. At Weltord, in Northamptonshire, the but three perfons.-22. At Antwerp, the Right lady of John Payne, Esq.—28. At Pepper HarHon. Sir Joseph Yorke, Knight of the Bath, to Tow, in Surrey, the Right Hon. Lady Viscounthe Baronefs de Boetzelaer, reli&t of the late Ba- tess Middleton, daughter of the Right Hon. Lord ron de Boetzelaer, formerly hirit noble of the pro- Pelham.----29. John Smith, Esq. formerly a vince of Holland.—23. At Old Cleve, in So- Lisbon merchant, and many years one of the merfetthire, David Duncombe, Efq. of Jamaica, directors of the South Sea Company.—John to Miss Winter.—24. At Chilwick, Mr. Charles Church, Esq. clerk of the Hanaper in the Court Burney, M. A. to Miss Rose.—28. At St. Mar- of Chancery: July 2. In Arlington-itreet, Lagaret's church, Weftminiter, Sir Williain Bur- dy Vitcountess Gage.--In Coventry-street, PhiAaby, of Broughton-Hall, in the county of Ox- lip Jetterton, Esq.-3. Robert Vernon Atherton ford, Bart. to Miss Elisabeth Molineux, second Atherton, of Aiherton-hall, Esq.--At Harledaughter of Crisp Molineux, of Garbolditham, ford, William Clayton, Eiq. member for MarEsq.-30. At East-Knoyle, Wilts, James Cha. low.-5. Ac Herrings, in Sulicx, Robert Ran"Hill, Esq. to Mifs Charlotte Wake.-July 1. doll, Liq.-6. At Penhow, in Monmouchthire, At Mon nouth, the Rev. Richard Stubbs, D. D. Mrs. Tamplin, who attained the great age of to Miss Pleasant Bullock.--2. Thomas Eden, 111.-A: Chilton, in the county of Durham, Efq. of Wimbledon, to Mifs Jones of Reigate- John Fenwick, Esq.-7. At Brighthelmiton, Place in Surry.--5. At Bach, Josiah Lucas, Esq. Lady Catharine Bouverie, daughter to the Earl to Mrs. Bennet, of the Crescent.-7. Colonel of Duminure.-Samuel Symonds, Esq. aged 84, Watson of the Guards, to Mifs Crewe of Lower many years a captain in the navy.--At Penden. Grosvenor-street-9. At St. George's, Hanover- nis Citle, Brigadier-General Goddard.-8. Ac. square, the Right Hon. the Earl of Chatham, Romford, in Eilex, Joseph Leich, E19.-12. At to the Hon. Miss Townshend, daughter of Halingbary, in Etex, John Haublon, Esq. capLord Sydney.-At Leather fellers-hall, accorda tain in the Hertfordihire militia.--15. At Newing to the Jewish 1 ceremonics, Mr. ington, Christopher Goldipring, Elg. formerly

a dry.



2 dryfalter in Thames-street.-16. Hugh Dal- hithe, timber-merchant.-William Hitchcock, rymple, Erg. son of Lord Weithall.-17. At of Birchen-lane, London, printteller and book

I wysord, Herts, aged 75, John Naper, Esq. feller.-Aaron Moody, of Southampton, in 18. Ac Edinburgh, the Hon. Lieut. Col. Ramsay. Hants, merchant.- Francis Lasnon,' late of =-20. At Laytonstone, Francis Reed, Esq. late Great Pulteney-itreet, merchant.-John Witrich, 2 captain in the East-India Company's service.- of Harvey-buildings, in the Strand, tailor.21. Suddenly, at Fulham Palace, Miss Lowth, James Amice Lempriere, late of the island of eldest daughter of the Bishop of London.—23; Jersey, now of Broad-itreet buildings, London, Crosling over from Oitend, the Baroness of and George Lempriere, of Broad-street buildings, Rheinfelt, in her way to Bath, for the recovery merchant and copartners.-- James Roberts, late of her health.–At Huy near Liege, General of Liverpool, merchant.-Christiana Elston, now Boyd, 2 Welchman by birth, who with fingular or late of Northampton, widow, ironmonger.abilities, and a ftill more fingular turn of mind, Martin Charlesworih, of Gomerfall, in Yorkwas deemed one of the greatest and oddest men of thire, merchant.-Williajn Ingram, late of the present age.-George Fielding, Esq. aged 82, Portsmouth, in Hants, linen-draper,--William one of his Majesty's justices of the peace for the Moody, of Copthall-buildings, London, mercounties of York and Durham.-Mrs. Vaughan, chant.-George Dawson the younger, of Sunrelict of Col. Richard Vaughan.-A few days derland, near the sea, in the county of Durham, fince, raving mad, Mr. Caitleton, brewer, in merchant.-- James Thompson, of Great YarTooley-strect. He was bit about three years mouth, in Norfolk, fail-cloth-weaver.-Robert ago by a favourite spaniel, and went down im- Webb Sutton, of New Sarum, in Wilts, innmediately after the accident to the salt water, holder.-William Hardinge, late of the Adelphi and never felt any ill effects till three weeks be- wharf, coal-merchant.--James Chew, of Briitol, fore his deach.

bookseller.- John Christie, of Northumberlandstreet, strand, carpenter.--villiam Hunt and

Benjamin Slade, of Aldersgate-Itreet, London, BANKRUPTS,

distillers and copartners.— Valentine Owen late 'ILLOUGHBY MARSDEN, of Cheap- of Newtown, in Montgomeryshire, and now or late of Eat Farndon, in Northamptonshire, dealer. Proudfoot, late of Midhurst, in Sussex,linen-draper. Richard Parton, late of Knockin, in Salop, dealer in horses.- John Rowley and Jonas Row

SCOTLAND. ley, now or late of Condicut, in Hertfordshire,

millers and copartners.-James Skeet, late of T Lindifferent, in the parish of Monyhead,
Pimlico, in Middlesex, line-merchant.-Tho. in a most tremendous storm of thunder,
mas Weft, of Howland-Itreet, St. Pancras, Mid- the lightening entered the chimney head of a
dlesex, cheesemonger.- John Aspenlon, of Far- shepherd's house, by which both his son and
thing-alley, in Barnaby-itreet, Surrey, vi&tualler. daughter were both struck dead. The servant
- Edward Brent, late of Northfleet, in Kent, was knocked down, but soon recovered. A
lime-merchant-George Aldridge, now or late young dog lay apparently dead for a long time,
of Hadleigh, in Suffolk, inn-holder and malt- but is fince perfectly well. A gardener at
fter.-Thomas Grimmitt, of Harbury, in War- tempted to bleed the boy, but without effect;
wickshire, cordwainer and shopkeeper.-Benja- some time after the wound poured forth blood.
miń Lolcombe, late of Bristol, merchant and Their whole bodies foon grew black.
banker.-Samuel Rabone, late of Exeter, mer-
shant (partner with William Rabone and Lewis

Benjamin Crinfoz, late of Joiner’s-hall-build-
ings, London, merchants). George Broadhead

MONDAY, June 9.
and Willoughby Marsden, late of Cheapride,
London, hofiers and Copartners.-Cornelius

travelling to Dublin, with cath to the Brown, of Fenchurch-street, London, cheesemon

amount of ioool. they were stopped, near ger:- Thomas Mitchelfon, of Blenheim -itreet, Kinnesad, by fix footpads, of whiom they Oxford-road, builder and surveyor.- Nathaniel knocked down one, wounded another, killed a Hayward, of the City Chambers, London, mer

third, and obliged the rest to make off without chant.- -William Meggiet, of King's-row,

their booty.
Black's-fields, Southwark, merchant.-Joseph

Three large ships with emigrants for America,
Daniel, of Penzance, in Cornwall, linen-dealer. mostly linen weavers, failed in one day from the
-Thom is Underhill, of Wolverhampton, in port of Belfast.
Staffordihire, merccro-Aaron Moody, of South-
ampton, and Christopher Potter, late of Parlia-

ment-itreet, Westminster, merchants and part-

New-York, May 8. ners.—Thomas Holbeche, of Coventry, buicher. APT. COOK E, of the 37th regiment, going -Daniel Walker, now or late of Newbold-lane, in the township of Caitleton, in Rochdale, Lan- was unfortunately carried away by the tide, and, cashire, wooien manufacwrer.- John Crow, of no aflistance being near, drowned. Caitlehoward, in Yornhuise, vnnholder.--Miles New-York, May 20. Friday arrived a vesEdward Wilks, of Greenteld-treet, Whitecha. sel from Hallifax, by which we learn, that pel, dealer in wines.-James Sinfusi, late of the fleet, with about 6000 Refugees, which Vine-court, Spitalnelds, dyer,- William Ed. lately lett this city, was fafely landed at Port wards, tate of Princes-street, St. Mary, Rother- Roseway, after a six days passage.


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March 13.


proceeding on the motion, he would AJOR-General Rofs prefaced his not object to it, but meet enquiry with

motion respecting the state of confidence. the army with a variety of military The Secretary at War concurred in observations, fome serious and others opinion with the Commander in Chief; ludicrous, in which he pointed out and particularly wished to know the grievances which at present exist, and precise object of the motion, for at which ought to be remedied, particu- present some part of it was not tholarly in the matter of brevets, by which roughly intelligible to him. superior officers were liable to the mor- General Ross declared that his motification of having their inferiors put tion had no other object in view but over their heads; and then moved, the reformation of abuses: and all he $ That there be laid before the House wanted to get at was information rea lift of all the officers of the lately specting those abuses. If errors thould eftablished American corps, fpecifying have been committed in the course of the military commissions they reipec a long and ruinous war they should be tively held, previous to their having noticed, in order to avoid them for the been appointed to those corps; as like futute. His chject was not particular wise copies of the stipulation under but general; not personal and invidiwhich those American corps were ori- ous, but disinterested and generous. ginally formed."

Sir Philip Jennings Clerke thought General Conway said, that the ser. Col. M-Cormick's and Col. Keating's vices of the five corps lately put on regiments, that had been sent to the the British establishment were such as East-Indies, had a claim to the same fairly entitled them to every mark of favour; and Gen. Smith was also of diftinction. Col. Dalrymple's had dis opinion that the two regiments sent to ftinguished itself very much in the ex- the East-Indies were entitled to an peditions sent out from Jamaica; but equal establishment with the provincial inore particularly at Fort Omoa. Col. corps. Duncan's corps had fignalized itself : Mr. Burke observed that the favour greatly at the second battle of Cainden sewn to the provincial corps under Lord Rawdon. The regiments cited some jealousies and alarms in the under Fenning, Simcoe, and Tarleton army; and he wished, out of respect to were above his praise; and the glory it, to let the matter undergo a thoof their achievements was universally rough examination. If the meafures known and acknowledged. Some, per- respecting the eftablishment of those haps, were not willing to have their new regiments were approved of by Tank eftablished. He thought, how- the House, let it be seen that the aperer, that they merited this distinction; probation takes place in consequence but, if the House wished to ground a of enquiry. LOND. Mac. Aug. 1783.


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A light amendment having been the mean time, so far from giving proposed by the Secretary at War, the any part of the carrying trade, motion was at length agreed to.

should exert ourselves to prevent i March 14. Mr. Alderman Saw- unemployed seamen from passing o bridge mored for leave to bring up a to the Americans." petition from the deputies of the pa- The clause, however, palled; a tentofficers, and others, in the Customs, the bill was ordered to be reprinted. whose patents and places were to be On the 20th, the same bill was agai abolished, if a bill then before the taken into consideration. Some ob House were to pass into a law. This jected to particular clauses, and other bill, he said, professed to be a bill for to its general principle. diminishing the influence of the crown; Mr. Pitt observed, that some bil: but, in his opinion, it would be found was necessary, and that he could not to operate directly contrary to this think of a better: but that he would avowed object, by absolutely extending give himself no further trouble about that influence.

it, as it had met with such delays and Mr. Burke seconded the motion; and oppositions. Mr. Burke urged the gothe petition was ordered to lie on the ing forward with it without delay: table till the second reading of the bill. but Mr. Eden thought delay was pre

By way of supplement to General ferable to the enacting an ill-digelted Ross's motion, Sir Cecil Wray moved law. for copies of all letters or orders from The further consideration of it was the Secretary at War, Commander in adjourned till the Monday. Chief, or any other of his Majesty's The delay attending the formation ministers, promising half pay to the of a new adminiftration caused various officers of corps raised in America. Speculations and conjectures in the

General Smith seconded the motion; minds of the people at large, and beand the Commander in Chief afsenting came at length a subject of warm and to it, it passed without a debate. interesting debate in the lower House.

The principal subject of debate on It was attributed to various causes, as the 17th and 18th of March was the fancy, or prejudice prevailed. Some American trade bill. Mr. Pitt ob. imagined that his Majesty was averse to ferved, that the outlines of it had been the much talked of coalition, and fearcommunicated to the commissioners at ful of admitting into his councils men Paris, and they were highly gratified who had so long been at enmity with with it, and admired the generosity of each other, and whose political printhis country.

ciples, according to their own declaraLord Sheffield was greatly disfatis- tions, were at the greatest variance porfied with the clause, which gives an fible. Others thought that the members

. . open trade between the United Pro- of the coalition had not agreed among vinces and our Weft-India islands. He themselves on the terms of union, nor was apprehensive that it was an ill- finally adjusted the balance of power; jadged piece of generosity; and that that the way had not been fufficiently our own trade with those illands would cleared to admit of an amicable alliance, be effentially injured by it. “ I with

“ I wish- nor fo guarded as to prevent mutual ed, said he, to have stopped with the jealousies of encroachment on each firit clause which opens our ports to other's prerogatives. With fuppofiand from America. We all have tions fuch as these people amused or transports and scamen in plenty unem- perplexed their fancies: nor were there ployed, to carry our manufactures to wanting fone, who positively atierted America and the Wes-Indies, and that the delay in forming an admini. bring from those countries what we stration arose wholly froin the impotli. want. It will be time enough to give bility of getting persons to accept of America her peculiar advantages, when its offices; and that eren royal föllici. we have an opportunity of treating tation became ineffeétual, when the with her for advantages in return. In view of our public fituarion rendered it


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