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Mareb 6. Luke Kent, of Portsmouth, 28. Ar Sproughion, Sir Robere Harland, Hants, printer.
Bart. Admiral of ine Blue. He was made a Thomas Taylor, of Kingfiand road, Mid Lieutenant in the navy, February 25, 174, dlesex, Shoreditch, brick-maker.
a Captain March 19, 1746, and an Admiral Jockim Gerhard Peters, of Mansel-Street, O&ober 28, 1770. On the rgih of March Gondman's Fields, Middlesex, merchant. 1771, he was created a Baronet of this kingo
Robert Brags, of Grantham, Lincolnshire, dom, and appointed to the command in the linen draper.
East Indies in the same year. He is focceed
Hiland, Bart. a Corner in the first regiment
Princess Amel a's house in Cavendith-square,
John Bullock, of Great Marlow, Bucks, Bellay Castle in Northumberland, and BedDealer and Chapman.
chamber woman to her Royal Highness the Chr ftopher Earl, of Birmingham, War- Priocels Amelia. wickshire, Dealer and Chapman.
March 4. Right Hon. Lady Holmes of March 13. William Hutchins, of Lud. Newport in the Ise of Wight, 'relict of the gate-ftreet, London, Merchant.
late Lord Holmes. Benjamin Jeavors, late of Stourport, Wore Ar Lord Camelford's, Petersham, Pinckney cefter, Woollen-draper.
Wilkinion, Esq. of Burnham, in the county Benjamin Haigh, of Outlane, York, Ino. of Nortolk, Member of Parlament for Old keeper, Merchant.
Sarum, in the gift year of his age. Marcb 17. William Jolley, of Dorset 6. Ar his leat at Garswood Sir Robert ftreet, Spital. fields, Middlesex, Grocer. Gerard, Bart.
Philip Green, of Mere, Wiltfhire, Miller. The Right Honourable Sir Thomas Sewell,
March 20. James Dunbar, now or late of Knt. Matter of the Rolls, and one of the Bristol, Merchant.
Lords of his Majesty's molt Honourable Privy John Hewitt, late of Blue-house, Wash Council. ington, Durham. Dealer.
At bis house in Old Burlington-freet, the William Barker, of Bewdley, Worcester, Honourable the Champion, John Dymoke, Grocer.
Esq. who is succeeded in title and etiace by
Champion of England.
Jofeph Maylon, of Compton-street, Soho, relie of Roberi, Earl of Litchfield, and fifter
of Sir James Ston house, Bart. of Rodley, in
aged ul. He served as a private soldier in John Cochran, of Berner's-street, Mary- the reigns of Queen Aune, George I. and bone, Middlesex, Broker.
Gorge II. and obtained his discharge fan Thomas Taiterfall, of Blackburn, Lan after the Scorch rebeilion. caster, Fufian Manufacturer.
At his house at Walthamfow, Charles John Trelawny, of Union-row, Little Garth, Esq. one of his Majesty's Honourable Tower-hill, London, Habe dalher.
Commifioncrs of the Excise, Recorder for Mofes Game, late of Wivenhoe, Effex, the Borough of Devizes, and formerly one of Ship.builder.
the reprolen'atives of that place.
14. Ai Newbury, Rear Admiral Thorpe
27. A few days ago at Llan Vair y Medd Feb. 23. Died in Scotland, the second fon in Anglesea, Hugh Rowland Hughes, gente of Alexander Murray, Esq; of Blackbarony, aged 114 years, 11 months, and 27 days Member of Parliament for the county of He was born March 1, 1670, married in the Peebles.
year 1700, and had sine children; he was In Portland-Itreet, Cavendish-square, married the second time in 1734, and had five the Right Hon. Lady Caroline, Baroness For children; he was married the third time, sester, reliet to the late George Cockburne, and had two children, viz. Hugh Evan Esq; Comptroller of the Navy; and is fuc- Hughes, the Welch poet, and a daughter; ceeded in title by her only daughter, auw the and in the year 1748 he married his fourth Right Hon. Anoa Maria Forrester.
wife, whom he left a widow with feven chile 27. M Is Margaret Rivers, second daugh- dren, all men and women now alive ; 84 of ker of the Rev. Sir Peter Rivers Gay, Bart. bis offspring were at his burying in Amlwich prebendary of Winchester.
church on St. David's day last.
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MAGAZINE Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and Literary
Illustrated with, a View of the CALMUCK TARTARS Packing up, transporting,
and refixing their Tenrs, elegantly engraved.
1. Members returned
241 48. King of Prusha's Letter to the States 2. Scrutiny for London
General 3. State of the Pill in Westmihfter 243 49. Rints at Rotterdam
291 4. Anecdote of the Duc de Chartres 243 50. State of the Stage during the Civil Wars 5. Virginia resolves to pay Debts 244
291 6. Curreat Specie in America 244 51. Lowin and Taylor
292 7. Congress Ratification of the Peace 246 52. Gotf and Hunreman
292 8. Recommendation of the Loyalists 246 53. Humourous Conduct of Cox 293 9. Town of Stanford baoithes the Loyalists247 54. Lowin the original Falfat
293 10. Town of Newhaven admit them 247 55. Lift of Stamps in ure
294 11. Description of a Calmuck Camp 248 56. Etay on Republican Principles 12. Country of the Clmuck Tartars 249 57. Rise of Republicanism in America 297 13. Rutia atrempts to entlave them 249 58. Too extensive for a Republic 297 14. Calmuck Princets opposes the attempt 249 59. Republics of Athens, Thebes, &c.
297 15. Defears their Scheme by a bold Itroke2 50 60. Venice and Holland
298 16. Decoyed into Attracan and seized 255
61. Revolutions expected in Holland 298 17. Her magnanimous Behaviour
252 6:. England tired of Republicanism 299 18. Probable Origin of the Arts 253 63. Arrogance of The Romans
299 19. Proved to have originated in India 254 64. Liberty at present predominant 300 20. Parliamentary Debates
254 65. Small States onlu' fit for a Republic 300 23. Constable of the Tower, Civil or Mile 66. All Republics verge to Arilirocacy 301 tary
301 22. Parliamentary Reform
256 68. Mixed Governments formerly thought 23. A Peer in the House
302 24. Muriny Bill 257 69. Strength of Great Britain illustrated
303 25. Strangers excluded
303 26. Debate on King's Answer 262 91. Advices from the East Indies
304 27. Humorous Speech of Sir R. Hill 264 32. Parriculars of Hanuel's Jubilee
306 28. Receipt Tax 265 33. Piracy in the Meditar. anean
307 29. Mutiny Bill 265 74. W 1 miniter Election 1749
307 30. Extraordinaries of the Navy 270 75. High B viliff called before t.e Hovfe 303 31. Bribery at Election's
271 26. Mr. Murray puilhed fot obitructing 5. Iosolvent Debtors Bill 271 him
308 33. Removal of Conviets
77. Proccedings of the House against him 309 34. Abftraft of the Bill 272 78. He relifts their Authority
309 35. Parliamentary Reform
310 36. Committee on India Report
30) 37. America: Trade Bill
313 38. Bounty on Lincos and Callicoes 278 82. Foreign Intelligence
311 39. Lo d Mabon's Election Bill
278 83. D:fentiens in Holland 40. Army Estimates
313 41. Disolution of Parliament
231 85. Cooviéts rise and seize the Transport 313 42. Second Report on Illicit Trade 233 86. Forgery on the Navy 0.nice
314 43. Stare of the Revenue on Tobacco 285 87. Governors of the Bank
314 44. Starch, Wax Candles, Soap
314 45. Licences on Hawkers and Pedlars 286 89. Deaths 46. Air Balloon ar Lyons
287 90. Bankrupis 47. Blanchard's at Paris
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Average Prices of CORN from April 12th to April 17th, 2784, by the Stan
dard WINCHESTER Bushel of sight Gallons.
s. d. s. d. s. d.ls. d. s. d. Comries on the Coaf.s. d. London, 6 33 43 1012 63 o Ellex,
81 9 Caunties Inland.
113 812 4 3 4 Middlesex, 6 8 13 102 r13 9 Norfolk,
51113 713 72 7 Surry,
14 1 2 64 4 Lincola, 6 013 413 412 Hertford,
5 94 93 912 54 5 Bedford, 6 34 34 012 . 43 It Durham,
5 44 1 3 512 Cambridge, 5 113 713
81 213 6 Northumberland, 5 213 73 52 313 S Huntingdon,
13 92 43 7 Cumberland, § 24 13 72 94 9 Northampton, 6 64 713 112 213
7 Weltmorland, 6 54 33 512 615 5 Rutland, 7 4 12 33 10 Lancashire,
14 012 los 3 Leicester, 4 04 2 114 o Chethire, 6 105 24
2 2 10 Nottingham,
14 1 2 1014 2 Stafford, 14 32 64 8 Devon,
912 3 Salop,
6 3 Worcester, 6 9 14 3 2 53 i Hamplbire,
5 11 Warwick,
84 5 April 3 10 April 10. Berks,
314 312 Oxford,
3 IC 2 44 South Wales. 6 84 114 Bucks. 1 uulz 613 11 Part of Scou and.
And PARLIAMENTARY, Naval, Military, and Literary
JOU R N A L.
Returns Made to the Crown Office, of Members eleEted to serve in
lhe ensuing Parliament. ALBOROUGH, John Gally Knight, Gloucester City, Sir Charles Barrow, Bart.
Richard Pepper Arden, Esqrs. John Webb, Efq; Appleby, Hon. John Leveson Gower, Ri. Grantham, Francis Cockayne Cust, Geo. chard Penn, Esq;
Sutton, Elars. Banbury, Right Hon. Lord North. Grimsby, Dudley Long, John Harrison, Berwick, Right Hon. Lord Delaval, Ge Efqrs. neral Vaughan.
Guildford, Honourable Thomas Onslow, Beveriv, Sir Christopher Sykes, Sir James Honourable Chapple Norton. Pennyman, Bart.
Hasemere, Thomas Poftlechivajte, John Blechingly, John Kenrick, John Nicholls, Baynes Gosforth, Efq; Esąrs.
Hedon, William Chater, Lionel Darell, Boroughbridge, Viscount Palmerstone, Sir
Esgrs. Richard Sutton.
Herefordshire, William Plumer, Esq; Boston, Sir Peter Burrell, Dalhousie We Viscount Grimstone. therstone, Esq;
Hereford Citv, Thomas Dimsdale, John Canterbury, George Gipps, Charles Ro
Calvert, Elqrs. binfon, Efqrs.
Hantingdonshire, Earl of Ludlow, VifCaffle Rifing, Charles Boone, Walter count Hinchingbroke. Sneyd, Efqrs.
Huntingdon Tozon, Sir Walter Rawlinson, Chester, Thomas Grosvenor, Richard Lancelot Brown, Esq; Wilbraham Bootle, Efgrs.
King's Lynn, Hon. Horatio Walpole, Cirencester, Lord Apíley, Samuel Black Crisp Molineux, Esqrs. well, Esq;
Kingston on Hull, William Wilberforce, Coventry, Sir Sampson Gideon, John Samuel Thornton, Etyrs. Wilmot, Esq;
Duncannon, Derbyshire, Lord George Cavendith, Ed James Hare, Efq; ward Miller Munday, Esq;
Leicestershire, John Peach Hungerford, Derby, Lord George Augustus Cavendish, William Pochin, Esqrs, Edward Coke, Efq;
Leicester Torun, John Macnamara, John Exeter City, Sir Charles Warwick Bamp Smith, Esqrs. fylde, John Baring, Esq;
Lincolnshire, Sir. John Thorold, Charles Gatton, Lord Newhaven, Maurice Lloyd, Andersos Pelham, Efq;
Lincoln Town, J. Fenton Cawthorne, Esq; Gloucestershire, Hon. George Cranfield Honourable R. Lumley Saville. Berkeley, Thomas Mafters, Esq; Litchfield, George Anfon, Thomas Gil
didates and Scruripcers, met on Thurs. 240 Members returned for the Parliament. London Scrutiny. Mallon, Edmund Burke, Esq; Sir Tho- Tewksbury, Sir William Codrington, mas Gascoigne.
James Martin, Elg.
Page Turner, Bart.
James Lowther, Esq.
Slater Milnes, Esq.
W A L E S.
Carmarthen County, Sir William Mansel,
Carmarthen Town, John G. Philips, Esq.
Denbeigtshire, Sir Watkin William Wynn.
Glamorganshire, Charles Edwin, Esq.
Pembroke Town, Hugh Owen, Esq.
Clackmannan County, Lieut, Col. Charles
Cathcart. Barnard Turner.
Dumbarton County, Hon. George Keith Stamford, Sir George Howard, Henry
Edinburgh County, Right Hon. Henry
Edinburgh City, James Hunter Blair, Efq.
Shirling County, Sir Thomas Dundas, Bart.
On Saturday the roth, being the day the numbers on each day's poll were as lection, a scrutiny was demanded on the follows :
part of Mr. Arkinfon. The Lord Mayor Tu. W. Th. F. accordingly issued out his precept to the Watson
717 1148 1957 feveral companies to deliver to each cano Lewis
90 637 1078 1008 didate true copies of their livery. The Newnham 100 635 1066 1010 dispute lying betwixt Mr. Sawbridge Sawbridge 73 445 673 573
and Mr. Atkinson, fcrutineers were apo Atkinson 57 362 583 614 pointed by each party, The Sheriffs, Can. Last three days
Toral, 497 718
553 4789 day the 16th to consult their plan. Mr.
537 4554 Atkinson's scrutineers made the following
494 4471 proposals, which were next day answered