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Marriages and Deaths of confiderable Perfons.

Mr. Nairne, optician, of Cornhill, to Mrs.
Lawfon, of Chelsea.

14. Tho. Edwards, efq. captain in the East
India fervice, to the Hon. Mary Grimston,
relict of Geo. G. efq. brother to Ld. Vifc. G.

Mr. Wm. Reeves, of Holborn-bridge, colourman to the Prince of Wales, to Mifs Pugh, eld. da. of Mr. P. of King-ftr. Bloomfb. 15. Lieut. Hen. Deering, of the late 89th reg. to Mifs Plaistow, of Amersham, Bucks. Mr. T. Bentley, jun. printer, of Rolt court, Fleet-ftr. to Mifs Clarke, of Uxbridge.

At Margate, John Monins, efq. of Canter-
bury, to Mrs. Price, of the fame place.

Mr. Edw. Haycock, filk-manufacturer at
Coventry, to Mifs Anne Haifal, of Newport.

16. Mr. Wm. Bloxam, ftationer, (brother
to Mr. Sheriff B.) to Mifs Itherwood, of
Ludgate-hill.

Rev. Henry Poole, of the Hooke, Suffex,
to Mifs Burward, eldest daughter of the late
Jonathan B. efq. of Woodbridge, Suffolk.

At Walcot church, Bath, Rev. Chalouer
Byng Baldock, of Milton-Abbey, Dorfet, to
Mifs Anne Western, zd dau. of late T.W.efq.

Rev. Jn. Forcett, vicar of Milford, Hants, to
Mifs Scammell, of Highfield,near Chesterfield.

At Hillingdon, Middlx. Mr. Jn. Chippen-
dale, brewer, of Harmondfworth, to Mifs
Mary Auftin, of Cowley, in fame county.

At Edinburgh, Wm. Wemyfs, M.P. for
Fife, to Mils Erfkine, eldest daughter of Sir
Wm. E. of Torry.

17. Duncan Davidfon, of John-street, Bedford-row, to Mifs Gemmel, of Weymouth-ftr.

At Stourbridge, co. Worcester, Mr. Wm. Bevington, a reputable tradefman there, and of the people called Quakers, to Mifs Sufannah Matthews, of Hagley, in the fame county, a convert to that perfuafion.

18. Simon Holliday, etq. of Sackville-ftr. to Mifs Harvie, of Great Marlborough-str.

At Margate, Mr. Thomas Truelove, of St. Martin's-lane, to Mrs. Siomly, fitter to Mr. Atkinson, of Davis-ftreet, Berkley-iquare.

20. Mr. Jof. Shupland, hofier, of Cheapfide, to Mifs Richards, of Haverfordweft.

22. At Birmingham, Mr. Chrift. Purton, to Mifs Bayley, of the fame place.

23. At Bristol, Mr. Huston, jun. of Red lion-quare, to Mifs Strafford, only daughter of the late Francis S. efq.

24. Mr. A. M. Van Embden, of Amfterdan, to Mifs P. Affer, of Goodmans-fields. Rich. Hen. Clark, efq. of Wapping, to Mifs Winckworth, of Gr. Portland-for.

Saul Bonfil, efq. eldest son of jacob B. efq. an eminent merchant of Leghorn, to Mifs Efther Franco, 2d dan. of late Raphael F.efq. 25. Rev. Mr. Harris, to Mifs Barker, of Sloane-street.

Cha. Hawkins, efq. to Mis Harriet Truefdale, of Pall Mall.

Mr. Henry-Sampfon Fry, of Staple Inn, to Mifs Cath. Suf. Rebotier, Stoke Newington.

26. Mr. Rident, of Knight-nder-strect, to Mifs Medley, of Upper Thames-itrect.

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DEATHS.

T Ganjam, in the Eaft Indies,
Wm.
Carlisle, ofq.

In the fame month, at Madras, Mrs. Bulman, wife of Jof. B. efq. principal furgeon to the Nabob of Arcot.-Alfo, Mr. Fanuing.

Lately, in France, the Duke d'Augillon, who was fecretary of state at the death of Louis XV.

At Limerick, in Ireland, Rob. Hallan, efq. town-clerk and water-bailiff, and one of the aldermen, of that city. He ferved the office of mayor in 1763.

At Rufh, co. Tyrone, Ireland, Mifs Gardiner, dau. of the Rt. Hon. Luke G.

At Sunderland, in his 66th year, Mr. Rob. Eden, furgeon.

At Margate, the Rev. Dr. Rich. Turner, fon of Dr. T. of Loughborough-house, Surrey. At Pocklington, Capt. John Lake, of Hull, late of the Ceres, in the Lisbon trade.

aged 107, Mary Ram, widow. She retained
At Kiefby, near Falkingham, co. Lincoln,
her death.
all her faculties till within a few weeks of

At Wrexham, co. Denbigh, Mrs. Dodd, wife of Rob. D. efq.

At Tunbridge-wells, Mrs. Hoadly, relict
of the late Dr. John H. and daughter of the
late Gen. John Armstrong.

Coulfon, efq. one of the aldermen of Hull.
At his feat at Kirk Ella, near Hull, Edw.

At Nunney, in her 80th year, Mary Bishop,
who was mother to 21, grandmother to.60,
all, 100.
and great-grandmother to 19 children; in
She never had a child die.

At Worfield, co. Salop, Cha. Whitehill, efq.
many years chief of Anjengo in the E. Indies.

At Sedgefield, co. Durham, af.er a long
daughter of the Dean of Carlisle.
and painful illness, Mifs Caroline Ekins, 3d

Aged 88, Mrs. Frances Milner, daught. of
the late Alderman M. of Leeds, and great
aunt to the prefent Sir W. Mordaunt M. bart.

84, Mr. Tho. Bolfover, the first inventor of
At Whiteley Wood, near Sheffield, aged
plated metal.

At Dorchester, aged 20, Cornet H Dun-
combe, of the Inniskilling dragoons, 2d fon of
C. S. D. efq. of Duncombe-park, co. York.

Mifs Stacey, daughter of the Rev. Mr. S.
of Balliold, near Sheffield.

At Farningham, Mrs. Warre, widow of
Wm. W. efq. of Oporto.

At Wotton-Underedge, in his 70th year,
of the Free Grammar-fchool in that town,
Rev. Tho. Cliffold, M.A. many years master
Ozleworth, and the oldeft incumbent in the
rector of Newington Bagpath, Owlpen, and
deanry of Durfley.

At Chatham, Mr. John Alexander, purfer of Monarch man of war, of 74 guns, now in ordinary at that port.

At Bath, Rob. Walsh, efq. of the kingdom of Ireland, late lieutenant-colonel of the 54th regiment of foot.

At Kentington, Mifs Wolfenbuttle,

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Meteor. Diaries for O&.1783, and Nov. 1787 846 Hiftoric Account of the Grange in Hamphire 872 Sketch of Mr. GREENE'S Mufeum at Lichfield 847 Defcription of, and Queries on, Mangel Wurtzel 16. Two original Letters of Archbishop SECKER 845 Onthe Toad-Errors of very eminent Painters 873 Affecting Cafe of a needy Curate in Cheshire 16. Afine Subject for Painting-First En lifh Paper 874 Anecdotes of the Lord Chief Baron GILBERT 849 Thoughts on Briefs-Beza's MS. & Dr.Kipling 875 Some Improprieties in our Language cenfured i6. Free Strictures on Mr. Travis's Publications 87 Natural Hift. recommended-Strange Epitaph 850 On the Cultivation of our National Hiftory 877 Playing Tables; Tric-trac; Chefs & Backgammon 35Anfwers unChefsto Mr.Twifs,and Mifcellanies 875 Letters of Dr. WALLIS-Earls of Kincardine 352 Plan of a new Society of Univerfal Good Will 83 Bells and Curiofities of St. James's,Clerkenwell853 Birds, bhow to pref rve-Lexicographic Hints 831 Curious Account of the Arms at St. John's Gate St. Paul vindicated against Dr. Prieftley'sCenfure ib. Anecdotes of Sir W. Wefton, Prior of that Houfe 855 Marriage of near Kindred, Quettion difcuffed 88: One Perfon out of Forty furvives to Fouricore Diary of the Royal Progrefs to Cheltenham 583 Bradwardin on Juftices of Peace, Letter 1. 856 On an EpifcopalCoin-The Chiltern Hundreds 835 Arguments for Abolition of the Slave Trade 858 Proceedings in the la Seflion of Parliament 836 ChurchNotes,&c.from Eydon, Northamptonfh.859 REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS 893-9101 Caufes of an Infelicity peculiar to the Ladies 361 Monthly Catalogue of New Publications 911 Ufeful Hint on the Education of Daughters 864PE INDICATORIUS-Queries anfwered Painting, if neceffary to Tranflators from Greek 1 SLECT POSTRY, ancient and mod. 912-916 Difquifition on the Poetry of the Welch Bards 865 For. Affairs, Domestic Ocurrences, &c. 917-928 Profetfor MARTYN'sintendedGardener'sDia. 36 Beths, Marriages, Olntuary, &c. &c. 929-935 Anecdotes and Letters of Mr. Samuel Badcock 69 Prices of Gram--Theatrical Regitter, &c. 939 Different Descent of Scotch and English Tiles 871lDaily Va.i tions in the Prices of the Stocks 940

Embellished with a beautiful View of the Infide of Mr. GREFNE'S MUSEUM, at LICHFIELD, drawn purpofely for this Work by Mr. STRINGER of that City; with Arms and Infcriptions on ST. JOHN'S GATE, Clerkenwell BELLS, &C.

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LONDON, Printed by JOHN NICHOLS, for D. HENRY, late of SAINT JOHN 1 GATE.

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Weather in November, 1787.

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