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the States of Jersey) has been much ef The Alderman was mon diftingui'lied as a teemed, independently of the likeness, family man. He was an affectinie burwhich is acknowledged to be one of the bani, a tender and indulgent father to a bett over tiken. His pieture 'f Mary numerous family, whom he lived to fee Owen, the female pedlar (in the pofleffion respectably settled in the world; under an pf Capt. Hodges), is an effort that would outwaru roughness of manners, he voiteised refed no dicredit on any artilt, His a lender and inilu ailponton, und was most drawings, particularly one in the last Ex valueuu hereh- was oft inumately known. bibitirn, of Prince William of Gloucester, 13. Al hier fat er's house in Thirik, in afford abundant proof of his verlatility of her 25th ye ir, af or a perfil, lingering ilde talent. On his return from church, be 0s, while she hero with ihe gieatrit pa. complained of a pain in the head, which tience and cligna iun, Anne Yeoman, rewas, soon after his arrival of the house, li&t of the late John X. esq. of Whithy, and fullowed by a paralytic leizure of the left fecond ét: ugh er of Randolph Marriot, ely. fide. He was put i bed, ard

of Thir fk ; a fo, grand-daw, hter of Dr. mane sffiftance and aftention after d bim, Willon, lule lini bishop of Bistul. R. bu: in vaill. He furvived the wack only a Marrioti, elq. morried the Bithop's eldest fow hours, and died about 8 v'clock the

daughter. He was eli eft foo of the late fame evening.

His merit as au anlift will D. Marriott, ector of Darhie d, Yrk. be long remembered ; whilft his worth as Thire, and chaplain to his Maj-By, &c. a man will enruie bim the reward at

At Micham, Surrev, Tho. Hinchliff, esq. terlant on a well-frent life.

1 At Edmonton, of a lingermg aline's, At his houfe at Streatham, Surrey, Wm. Mrs. Slanky, relict of Mr. S. farrier there, Newman esq alderman ni the ward of

who died four years aga. Farringdon Within, to which he

A1 W. Coleman's, eiq, at Vaule-ball, on cleac in 1786, on the deceale of Alder

her way to the South of France, in her man Kitchen, He served the office of the

27th year, the wife of Wm. Beverley, sit in 1990, in conjunction with Jhu try of Peverley, co. Yrk. Biker, ely. (who died in huis Mhrisvalty); 14 and 15. Three children of Mr. L'oyd, hul, owing to the unfortunate political clostiri, ni Gley, co, Gloucester : the eldest, connexions he formed, was never appoint- aged 8, died of a lever; "he econd, aged 6; ed to the ftition of chiel magistrate of the and the youngest, aged about 2. city of London. Alderman Newman was, 15. At Marinorough, Mr. James-George Jiše wany others of the opulent inhsbilants Rullell, many years a book seiler in London, of the metri polis, the architect of his own At his fioule in Waterliect, Bridewell ! fortune He hegan life in the handicraft precinct, Thomas Walkinton, ela occupidin hy wnich lie af erward acqui 16. Joho Sykes, etq of Nicoll-Iquare. red well. His industry, ik'!), and inte. At Lewisham, Keni, live wife of Mr. grity, be in the formation of connexion

John Willmoit. with Mr. Firvis, a considerable currier in 17. Mr. Presbiry, jeweller, of Newthe neighierarhood of Fluet-market, which areis, Coven-guden. ended in the establishment of the house on 18. 10: Mariborough-build ngs, Bath, Snow.hill, which has long been at the Granado Piggott, eig. F. R. S. and S. A. head of that branch of trade. The intimacy Ai Peckham, Surrey, Mrs Higginfon. am fi iendthip which subfilted between the

19. At her br. ther's house 10 HanoverAlderman and Mr. Jarvis, to the clole of squaie, aged 7', Mrs. Anoe Clerke, hitter ibu dife of the latter, is the best reluialion of Jervoite Clerke Jervoise, eld. M. P. for of the unfounded and malicions reports Yirmouth, in the ide of Wigbc. which were af one time cu culated to the 20. Mrs. Chippindale, of Salisburgprejudice of his character. Aldeiman N. square, Fleel -itreer. bad a vigorous, found undeftanding; had

21. Ag-d 45, Mrs. Sarah Territt, wife read much, and was very lughiy esteemed of Dr. Iof the Commons, and fiter of by persons in a rauk in life very diffrent Crawford Rcketis, f Kingitoli, Jamaica. fuwa HS ONI. Bue reading alone, when By : Cintian course the exemplined the

21. Juezel 10o a right Curse by early thort but comprehicolve precep', education, is sometimes a dil d*311:ae. The to die." polir of knowledge by lits own ac 22. Mr. Hunt, furgeon and apothecary, quaeinant, partially and perhaps fuperfi. of Burford, co. Oxford. culiy, is apl L.) climate il tuo biglily, and 24 At Stanmore, Middlesex, the wife cilin 10 auch ment for the au alnment. of Jobs Drummond, ely.

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TALLOW, Aug. 27, per stone of 81b. 35. rod.
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Coventry GENERAL EVEN.

Cumberland Lloyd's Evening

Ducat St. James's Caron

Dorchef. Derby London Chron.

*Xe er, Glouc | London Evening

Hereford, Hull The Sun-Star

Ipswich London Packet

IRELAND 38 English Chron.

LEICESTER Whitehall Even.

Leeds 2 - Lewe Times--Briton

Liverpool 3 Morning Chron.

Maidstone Morning Herald

Manchester 3 Public Ledger

Newcale 2 Gazett". & M.Poft

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OXFORD Dai. Ad. & Oracle

Portsmouth Morning Advert.

Reading-Salib, 18 Weekly Papers

SCOTLAND 12 Bath 3, Bristol 5

Sheffield Birmingham 2

Sherborne, Surry Blackburn--Bury

Shrewsbury CAMBRIDGE 2

Staffordshire Canterbury 2

Stamford 2 Carlisle

Winchester Chelmsford

Worcester 2 Chester

CONTAINING Meteorolog. Diaries for Sept. and O&t. 1802 890 Newfoundland, at the End of 17th Century 918 Fever Wards in Newcastle Infirmary proposed %91 Letter from a Lady of Quality to James II. 919 Ettablishment of Fever Wards recommended 843 Clarendon's History of Reign of Charles 11.920 A remarkable Prophecy in Daniel applied 895 Roman Cemeterydifcovered at Southfleet, Kentib. Haydn's Creation contrafted with the Meilah 896 The Liberty of the English Press triomphant 925 Account and View of the West India Docks 897 Accommodations for Sea-bathing at Gravesend 922 Biographical Anecdotes of Mr. Wm. Gifford 898 Natural Curiosities in Northfleet Chalk Pils ibid. Mr.Gifford's Tranflation of Juvenal reviewed 899 Fine Painted Windows in Malvern Churcia 923 A Tradition concerning the Kings of Ceylon 970 Afimilation of Spanish and Hebrew Idioms 3:4 A Tradition concerning the God Bhoodana gor Crucifix and Chain of Edward the Confeflorib PresentState of St. Catharine's near the Tower 902 Pursuit of Architectural Innovation, No. LIIL05 Gentlemen Commoners at Oxford deferided 903 Acerunt of Bohury and Burford Churches, & c. i6 On the Population and Climate of America 944 Architectural Innovations at Oxford noticed 9 5

Topographical Account of Throughley, Kent 995 REVIEW OF NEW PUBLICATIONS 929–947
Monumental Infcriptions to the Sondes Family 906 SÈLECT POETRY, Ant. and Mivern 948--952
Topographical Account of Leveland, Ken 907 Proceedings in the late Selfi.n) of Parliament 95

The PROJECTOR, a periodical Paper, No X. 90 D-claration i especting German Indem 15 453
Earl of Winc'helsea's Common Place Book 911 Anttract of the principal ForeignOccurrences 9
A Medal of Antinous---A Gold Ring Seal 912 News from Country--Dometic Occuftuces 95
Character and Epitaph of late Baron Herbert ibid. Gazette Prunitions - Ecclefiaft. Preferments 955
Mr. Malcolm's Vindicat.of Tavistock Chapel 913 Advi ions & Corrections w former Ontuaries 97

Epitaph to Mr. and Mrs. Hayward at Quedgley 914 Theatrical Register 97---Bill of Mortality 983
Receiving Sacrament for Civil Q_lalitications 915 Marriages, D.aths of emment Persons 972-932
Dress of ine Ladies medicinally confideret 916 The Average Prices ef Grain 2004 One Mothys
Correspondence of Sir F. Burdett and Dr.Par 917 Daily Varituns in tne Prices of lie Siucks 98-

Embellished with a view of the West India Docks at BLACK WALL; and also with Views of THROUGHLEY and LEVELAND CHURCHES, 19 KENT;

SPECIMENS of ANTIENT and MODERN ARCHITECTURE ; &c. &. &c.

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