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ball when he replied, there was only one be too severely reprobated; read The bal' in the pistol.

Omiffion cannot be too much regretted ( The coroner informed the jury, that and censured, &c. they were to judge whether the parties were all participant in the murder, and

BIR T H S. knew it was to take place, or could have Cou

Ountess of Dalkeith, a daughter. prevented it, and did not ; in either case Marchioness of Titchfield, a fon and they were equally culpable, and alike pu- heir. nilhable by the laws of his country. If Mrs. Ainsworth, wife of Mr. Thomas they were fatisfied, from the conduct of Ainsworth, of Layland, in Laneadhire, the parties during the whole of the day, of her twenty-ninth child. that they acted in concert,, it was quite sufficient to implicate them in the guilt of MARRIAGES. the party who actually did commit the SIR Richard Gaman, bart. M. P. to.. murder which had been so unequivocally

Cooke. proved.

Sir Nigel Bowyer Gresley, bart. to miss The jury consulted about ten minutes, Garway of Worcester. and returned a verdict of wilful murder Rév. Charles Talbot, second son of the against John Sellers, Elisabeth Jones, and hon. and rev. Charles Talbot, to, lady Footney.

Elisabeth Somerset, daughter of the duke AUGUST 26.

of Beaufort. The following is stated to be. An offi Hon. William Leeson, brother of the cial from Cadiz, to the minister of the earl of Miltown, to miss Buchanan. French marine. The important intelli Lord Arden, to miss Coke, daughter gence it conveys is univertally believed, of Thomas William Coke, esq. of Holk. and has tended, not a little, to depress am, Norfolk, M. P. the funds :

Lieutenant Sloper, son of general sur

August 5. Robert Sloper, K. B. to miss Kent, • Yesterday, the two Spanish squadrons, daughter of Thomas Kent, efq. Ipswich. under the command of admirals Langara Lord Blayney, to the hon. miss Alexa and Solano, with that of the republic, ander, daughter of lord Caledon. commanded by admiral Richery, ffailed Dr. Spencer Madan, bishop of Peter together from this port. They made their borough, to miss Vyse, filter of general way with a favourable wind, and are now Vyse. out of fight.

Lieutenant-colonel Pigott, to miss Mary • The departure of these three squa. Monckton, daughter of the hon. John drons, at the same time, all well armed, Monckton. and well commanded, has thrown the William Wingfield, esq. to lady Charenemies of the republic into consternation. lotte Digby, fifter of the earl of Digby. The people here are lost in conjecture ; ; Hon. William Hay Carr, brother to but they look forward to great events. the earl of Errol, to miss Elliot, daughter Time will fix all these uncertainties.' of Samuel Elliot, esq. of Antigua.

Lieutenant-colonel Denzil Onflow to the Since the Sheet containing the Ob- hon. miss Petre, daughter of lord Petre. fervations on Coins, page 115, was Joseph Mawbey, esq. son of fir Joseph printed off, we have received a Letter Mawbey, bart. miss Henchman, from Civis, defiring to have the follow- daughter of Thomas Henchman, esq. of ing Alterations made, viz. Page 118, New Burlington-street. col. 1, line 3, from the bottom, after Sir William Ramsay, of Banff, bart. 1790, add: 'A form of much ftrength to miss Biscoe, of Edward- ftreet, Porte and elegance appears in two Promisory man-square. Pennytokens lately communicated, the Francis John Brown, esq. M. P. for one bearing a Pyramid, and the other a Dorset, to miss Francis Richards, daugh. Lion in a rocky cave; and also in some ter of the Rev. John Richards of Lang. London Penny pieces exhibiting the bridge, Dorset. Mansion House and Somerset House ; but it is painful to add, that upon the

D'E A T H S. Jalt mentioned ones, no date is to be

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RS. Burrow, lady of Edward Bur. found, to intimate to future ages the row, esq. of Bromley, M.P. time when they were issued." In Edward Blackett, efq. eldest son of fir col. 2, line 34, for The Omiffion cannot Edward Blackétt, bart.

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Lady Hay, reli&t of Sir Thomas Hay, lord Amherf, Studholme Hodgson, Geo. of Park, bart.

marquis Townshend, lord Frederick Ca-
Fiild marshal sir George Howard, K.B. vendish, and Charles duke of Richmond
Rght hon. William Gerard Hamilton. Field-marshals.
Rear-admiral Carteret.

Robert viscount Caftlereagh-Earl of
Sir Roger Mostyn, bart. M. P. Londonderry,

Lieutenant general fir Robert Pigot, bart.

BANKRUPTS. From the GAZETTE, Lady Gordon, wife of fir William

JULY 26. Gordon K. B.

GEorge Johnson, of Highgate, collar-
Hon. Mrs. Marsham, sister of the late maker.
lord Romney.

William Thompson, of the Strand,
Robert Beckford, esq. late M.P. for engraver.
Leominster.

Daniel Bishop, of Bristol, baker.
At Edinburgh, Robert Burns, the cele. James Stockford, of Gutter-lane, Lon.
brated Ayrshire poet.

don, peruke-maker.

Walter Orchard, of Bath, peruke-
PROMOTIONS.

maker.

Abraham Wignal, of Settle, in York. LADY Willoughby de Eresby --Lady fhire, dealer. of the bedchamber, to the princess of

JULY 30. Wales.

John Clements, of Bristol, merchant. » Captain Thomas Williams of the royal James Baynton, of Eastbourne, Suflex,

innholder. Francis James Jackson, efq.- Ambaf.

Richard Etches, of Leek, in Stafford. lador to the Oitoman Port.

Thire, wine-merchant.
Charles Medows Pierrepont-Baron Mary Stark, of Quebeck-street, Mary-
Pierrepont and viscount Newark.

bone, vi&tualler.
Charles earl of Liverpool to bear the Lewis. Von Esch, of Ranelagh-street,
arms of Liverpool, together with his fa- Pimlico, mufic-feller.
mily arms, by the express desire of the William Wilkinson, of Chester, linen.
corporation of Liverpool.

draper.
Hon. John Rodney-Commissioner of David Lee, of High Holborn, taylor.
the victualling office.

Richard Ellis, of St. Paul's Church
Marquis Townshend - Governor of yard, warehouseman.
Jersey.

AUGUST 2.
General fir William Fawcett, K. B. Nathan Sutton, of Walworth, Surry,
Governor of Chelsea Hospital.

victualler,
Robert Cullen, esq.- Lord of the fes John Elrost, of Chester, wine-mer-
Sion in Scotland.

chant. The prince of Wales--Colonel of the John Sawyer, of Tenterden, in Kent, . Joth regiment of dragoons.

grasier. Sir Joshua Vanneck, bart.- Baron

AUəUST 6. Huntingfield, of the kingdom of Ireland.

Joseph Share, of Stourbridge, Worces.
Robert Smith, esq.-Baron Carring- tershire, nail-ironmonger.
ton, of the kingdom of Ireland.

James Kearsley, of Altrincham, Chefs
Major-general Henry lord Mulgrave- ter, cotton-spinner.
Governor of Scarborough Castle.

AUGUST 9.
Major-general Thomas Musgravem Bartholomew Golding, and John Sa.
Governor of Gravesend and Tilbury. ville Macnamara, of Queen-Street, Lon-

Colonel William Goodday Strutta don, merchants.
Deputy-governor of Stirling Castle.

AUGUST 13 Sir John Morhead, bart.-Surveyor Joseph Stockdale; of St. Martin's-le. general to the prince of Wales.

grand, hosier. Sir Willam Cuningham, bart.- one of Edward Howell, of Southwark, hopthe state council to the prince of Wales, merchant. for the principality of Wales.

Thomas Price, of Great Marybone• Thomas Tyrwhitt, esq. private fecre, street, haberdasher. tary to the prince of Wales Privy-feal

AUGUST 16. and auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall. William Webb, of New Bond-Street,

Generals John duke of Argyll, Jeffery ladies shoemaker,

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George Bass, of KingNand-road, Mid AVERAGE PRICES or CORN, dlesex, seed finan.

August 13, 1796. Bartholomew Tombs, of Bishopsgate. By the Winchester Quarter of & Bushels. ftreet, ftationer.

Inland Counties. James Henry Houston, of Edward.

Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. ftreet, Soho, musical instrument-maker.

so d. so dis do so do Robert Collis, of Weston-street, South

Middlesex 175 9/28 7130 5121 8 wark, coal-dealer.

Surry

27 Thomas Benison, and Benjamin Tur- Hertford

6 14

29 19 ton, of Coleman-ftreet, druggists. Bedford

71 940 132 619 8 AUGUST 20. Huntingdon 705

31 0 16 8 Thomas Seagrave, of Parliament-street, Northampton

70 647

0133 817 Westminfter, tin-plate-worker. ·

Rutland
74

15 0 20 William Battersbury, of Bath, vic. Leicester 75 42

3 tualler.

Nottingham 80 0 53 936 023 John Gould, of Upper Berkeley-street, Derby

184 S Stafford

184 UPortman-Square, linen-draper.

39 024 It

82 1037

Salop Michael Bovell, of Welt Smithfield,

8127. 6 Hereford

84 1051 ironmonger.

2 37 25 10 Worcester

30, 025 8 Jofeph Loggins the younger, of Newent, Warwin

Warwick

81 Gloucester Ahire, linen-draper.

Wilts

75

34 23 10 AUGUST 23.

Berks

75

30 10 22 3 John Bennett, of Princes-Street, Weft. Oxford 78

133 mipfter, dealer in horses.

Bucks

73 3 32 320 9 William Jones, of Wolverhampton, Brecon 89 8 Staffordshire, porter-brewer.

Montgomery

86 4164 0 44 0 20 8 Thomas Turner, of Leeds, Yorkshire, Radnor

86

|38 1023 % brandy.merchant.

Maritime Counties.
John Barber, of Nottingham, hosier.
William Beto Taylor, of Wolverhamp. Efter

77 41306,27 2,20 6 ton, Staffordshire, japanner.

Kent

70 3 27 920 3 Sussex

177 41 127 Suffolk

170

26 9 18 10 NEW PUBLICATIONS.

166 6
Cambridge
Norfolk

167 10

25 GREEN's History of Worcester, 2 vol.

Lincoln

34 1116 8 4to. 31.

York

175 10 44 734 9119 II Anderson's Essays on Agriculture, vol.

Durham 91 3, 8s, boards.

Northumberland

68

5 35 4/29 4/22 & Ireland's five Discourses on the Re

Cumberland

176 ,841 138 8 26 7 ception of Christianity by the Jews and Westmorland

186 347 639 2125 Greeks, 8vo. 35. 6d. boards.

Lancaster

82' 5 31 4125 9 Memoirs of the Marquis de Villebon, Chester

80 7

145 11/26 Flint

42 IINicoll's Law relating to Wills, 3s. Denbigh

148 24 fewed.

Angletea

29

74 .045 Genlis' Knights of the Swan, 3 vol. Carnarvon

0 33 417 4 12mo, los. 6d.

Merioneth 191 553 8 44 Poetical Monitor, 12mo. 25. fine

Cardigan 71 2140 038 10.paPembroke

167 ol

40 10. per, 35. 60.

Carmarthen

400Perry's. Sketch of the French Revolu.

Glamorgan

185 '2l 38 024 tion, 2 vol. 8vo. 16s.

Gloucester

40 2 21 Original Letters, &c. of Sir John Falstaff Somerset and his friends, 12mo. 35. od. boards, Monmouth 194

144 8 New Annual Register for 1795, 9s. Devon

82

36 3117 boards.

Cornwall

83 0 39 Russel's Reform or Revolution, Is. 60.· Dorset

83 31

136 9/21 King's Remarks concernin. Stunes faid Hants

175 41

28

9/23 to have fallen from the Clouds, 25. 6d. Institutes of Hindu Law, 8vo. 6s,

Average of England and Wales. boards.

Per Quarter 178 10144 813; 1219 Auzoletta Zadarki, 2 vol. 75.

Peck Loaf, zs. 7d.

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