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In Tucky-ftreet, Enfield, aged 18, Mifs Lindsay, youngest daughter of Capt. L.
At Birmingham, in his 69th year, the Hon. Peter Oliver, efq, late chief justice of Maífachufett's-bay, New England.
11. At Sheffield, Mr. Samuel Turner, mercer; who has left a widow to lament the lofs of an indulgent husband, and twelve children to bewail an affectionate father.
At his feat at Firle, near Lewes, in Suffex, after a long and painful illness, Right Hon. William Hall Gage Vifcount Gage of Caftleifland, in Ireland, and Baron Gage of Firle, in England; pay-mafter, 1780, of his Majefty's penfions, and F.R.S. K. B. and M. P. for the cine ports of Seaford, 1744 and 1754. His Lard.hip married, Feb. 2, 1757, Mifs Gideon, daughter of the late Sampon G. efq. and fifter of the prefent Lord Eardley, who died in 1783, and by whom he had no iffue. His lady was delivered of seven children, who were ali ftill-born, or died immediately after their birth. The title and eftates devolve on Henry Gage, efq. his bro. ther's fon. His Lorafhip had been in a decline for the three laft years of his life, and had tried every remedy, and every watering. place, not only in Englana, but on the Continent; but nothing could longer protract his existence, which already was beyond the nfual period of human life, for his Lordship died in a very advanced age. He had always lived hofpitably, though temperately, upon an eftate of about 12,00cl. a year, and is fuppofed to have died rich. The prefent Lord, adding the great property of his father, the General, with that of his own lady, the daughter of the late General Skinner, and niece of the Countefs of Abingdon and Lady Southampton, to the above eftate, will be one of the moit opulent Peers in the kingdom. He is a Major upon half-pay, having ferved in the 930 regiment.
12. At Clewer, near Windfor, Charles Frewin, efq.
At Gloucefter, Mrs. Martha Archer, of Bevington, co. Warwick, a near relation of the Earl of Plymouth and Lord Fortescue.
At Plymouth-dock, J. A. Pownall, efq. ftorekeeper to that dock-yard many years, and formerly a naval officer at Gibraltar.
At Chelfea-college, Elizabeth Countefsdowager of Effingham, daughter of Peter Beckford, efq. of Jamaica. She married, 1. Thomas fecond Earl of Effingham; and, after his death, 1763, 2. Sir George Howard, K. B. She was one of the ladies of the bedchamber to her Maje y (in which office the is fucceeded by Lady Sydney). She bore a moft painful and dangerous illnefs for many months with the most exemplary refignation, fortitude, and patience. Her whole life was one continued practice of the most pure, unaffected piety, benevolence, compation, and every virtue which dignifies human nature. Her lofs will ever be lamented by her moft affectionate huíband, dearest connexions, and friends. By her Ladyship's death, 12001. per annum devolves to the Earl of Effingham, governor of Jamaica.
Knipe Gobbet, efq. lieutenant-colonel of the Western battalion of the Norfolk militia, an alderman of Norwich, and ferved the office of mayor of that city in 1771.
Aged 17, Mifs Mary Harris, youngest daughter of the Rev. Mr. H. of Coleorton, co. Leicester. She fupported a long and afflicting illness with great fort tude and refignation. Her death is much regretted by all that were acquainted with her; and ber poor neighbours, to whom he w anonevolent ben foutes, will initam atevere loss.
Capt. Wildy french, firmerly commander of the Zebecque packet, and the oldest lieutenant in the royal navy.
At Afton upon Trent, co. Derby, Mrs. Shuttleworth, relict of James S. efq. late of Forcett, co York.
14. Mr. Smith, hofier and hatter, the corner of Duke's-court, next the Mews-gate. He complained, on the 9th instant, and the following days, of a disorder in his bowels, though little was thought of it; but at eight o'clock in the evening of his death, he was violently feized, and died at eleven. Sufpicions went abroad of his having been poifoned, and a coroner's jury were fummoned on the 17th, and the body opened by Mr. Cruikthanks, but there did not appear any foundation for the report.
Suddenly, as he was coming down ftairs to step into a ca riage, at Faulkbourn rectory, Rev. Robert Parkinson, curate of that place, and of Black Notley, and chaplain of the Eaftern Effex militia, to whom, and the whole corps, his exemplary conduct and friendly good qualities had highly endeared him. His lofs will indeed be long felt and lamented by all his numerous acquaintance.
In Watling-street, in her 25th year, Mifs Sarah Langston, daughter of Steph. L. efq.
At her house in Hammersmith, Mrs. Meyrick, relict of James M. efq.
Mrs. Lindeman, wife of Mr. L. of the Strand. 15. At his houfe at Snarefbrook, Eppingforeft, Rear-admiral John Harrifon, who was first captain under Sir Geo. Pococke, in all the engagements with the French Admiral Monfieur d'Aché, and at the taking of the Havannah. Soon after which, he lost the ufe of one fide by a stroke of the palfy; the confequence of exceffive fatigues of mind and perfon, in the arduous fervice of his country.
At Kentish-town, Mr. Thomas Fielding, mafter of the Carolina coffee-house, Birchinlane, Cornhill.
At Blair-cattle, in Scotland, Rich. Dundas, efq. of Blair.
16. At her houfe at Blackheath, Mrs. Fielding, widow of Mr. Tho. F. late master of Lloyd's coffee-house.
17. At Dunlop, in Scotland, the Dowagerlady Wallace, relict of Sir Tho. W. bart. and mother of Sir James W. of the royal navy.
Rob. Foxcroft, efq collector of the customs in the port of Lancaster.
At Twickenham, Rev. Rob. Burt, chaplain to the Prince of Wales, and vicar of that parish. He was in good health on the 14th inft. and He had not then completed his 3 ft year. has left two children and a pregnant widow to increase the general regret for his death.
Suddenly, in his houfe at Croydon, Surrey, Mr. Wellbank, broker, Sun-court, Cornhill.
At Hampton, Middlefex, Mr. Jn. Walker, one of the four patent meffengers belonging to the Exchequer.
18. After a few days illness, Mrs. Watkins, jun. wife of Mr. Charles W. of Daventry, co. Northampton.
At Buh-hill, Mr. Wm. Stevenfon, collector of the rents of the New River Company in that district.
At Hilton-house, in Fifeshire, Cha. Bell, efq. of Hilton.
Suddenly, at the Ship in Small-street, Briftol, Mrs. Bennett, wife of Mr. B. of Old SodShe complained, a bury, co. Gloucefter. little before the went to bed, of a violent pain in her head: and on Mr. B's waking in the morning, he found her dead by his fide.
At her house in Worcester, Mrs. Vincent, relict of Fr. V. efq. of Weddington, co. Warw. 19. Mrs. Hayes, wife of John H. efq. of James-ftreet, Westminster.
At his apartments in Crown ftreet, Weftmiufter, John Macpherfon, efq. of Benchar, in Invernets hire, formerly a captain in the late Duke of Hamilton's reg of foot.
In the ille of Wight, the Hon. Lettice St. John, 6th and youngest daughter of John 1eth
1. The Rival-The Spoil'd Child. 3. As You Like It-The Critick.
4 Know your own Mind-The Romp.
18. The Haunted Tower-Devil to Pay.
26. The School for Scandal-Devil to Pay.
31. K. Henry the Fifth-No Song No Supper.
Lord St. John, of Blethoe, born Dec. 7,1741.
20. At the Hoo, near Welwyn, Herts, the Right Hon. Lady Georgiana Beauclerk, you. daughter of the Duke of St. Albans.
At Lambeth, Thomas Hoggarth, efq. Suddenly, Mrs. Jones, widow of Mr. Rd. J. ftationer, Middle Temple-lane, who died on the 6th of last month; fee p. 876.
At Billericay, Effex, aged 74, Mr. Chaplyn. 21. At Northampton, Mr. Edward Cole, one of the aldermen of that corporation.
22. In Carey-street, Mrs. Lydia Mitchell, widow of Alex. M. efq. late a naval officer.
23. Much advanced in years, the Rev. Mr. Davis, many years vicar of Send, in Surrey, and minister of Ripley chapel, in that parith.
24. At Finchley, Wm. Ward, efq. late commillary of artillery at Barbadoes.
At Bath, Mrs. Gainsborough, wife of Mr. G. of Brook-freet, and mother of Mr. G. bookfeller, in that city.
25. Mr. Wm. Turner, of White-crofs-ftr. 26. After a lingering illness, Mrs. Walter, of Bury-ftreet, St. James's.
At his houfe in St. Peter's church-yard, in his 82d year, the Rev. W. Hole, B. D. vicar of Menhinnet, in Cornwall, 46 years archdeacon of Barum, and many years a preben. dary of Exeter; whole mild and friendly temper, communicative, curious, and chearful converfation, extenfive learning, and unaffected piety, will long be remembered, by all who knew him, with delight and veneration. A further account of this excellent perfon, and of his writings, may be expected.
At Enfield, Mr. Wm. Draper, publican, and one of the people called Quakers.
COVENT GARDEN. The Earl of Eflex-The Crufade. 5. Rofe and Colin-The Dramatist-The Mayor of Garratt.
6. As You Like It-The Crufade. 7. Zara-The Mayor of Garratt. 10. Macbeth-The Crufade.
12. Wild Oats-Robin Hood.
13. The Tender Hufband-The Farmer. 14. The Cattle of Andalufia-The Mayor 17. Hamlet-The Crufade. [of Garratt.
19. Wild Oats-The Poor Soldier. 20. The Confcious Lovers-- Ofear and Mal
ving; or, The Hall of Fingal.
21. Rule a Wife and Have a Wife-Ditto. 24. King Richard the Third-Ditto. 26. Wild Oats-Ditto.
27. The Provok'd Husband-Ditto. 28. The Orphan-Ditto.
29. Rofe and Colin-The Dramatist-Robin
BILL of MORTALITY, from October 4, to October 25, 1791.
Whereof have died under two years old 488
Peck Leaf 25. 20.§
2 and 5 156 50 and 60 104 and 10
Io and zo 37 70 and
70 94 80 53
20 and 30 30 and 40
20 and 90 21 90 and 100 40 and so 131
N. B. In the 3 per Cent. Confols. the highest and lowest Price of each Day is given; in the other Stocks the highest Price only
J. BRANSCOMB, Jun. Stock Broker, No. 4, Coralidl.
Meteorolog. Diaries for Oct. and Nov. 1791 978 | New Tranflation of Daniel recommended 1006
Remarks on Mole of conferring Degrees 1009
Printed for D. HENRY by JOHN NICHOLS, Red Lion Pallage, Fleet-ftreet; where all Letters to the Editor are defired to be addreffed, Pos T-PAID.
State of Weather in October 1791.
31 41 45 40
N.1 40 39
29 37 50 48
49 40 48
11 o'ci. Night.
3. Wheat feeding upon the fallowed lands generally finifhed. Bufy taking up winter po tatoes.-Crops injured by the frofts in May and June; the latter-planted crops fuperior to the firft. Turneps generally good crops.-12. Goffamer upon the new-ploughed lands.17. Thermometer flood at 80 out of doors 4 o'clock P.M. Goffamer floats. Lombardy poplar nearly ftripped of its foliage.-20. Lightens much at night.-21. Springs rife a little from the preceding heavy rains. Wallflowers, stocks, and fome others, in bloom.-20. A woodcock feen upon the plain.-22. Fieldfares in large flocks,-25. Some feagulls upon the wing.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
20 46 15 48 29,90 48
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for November, 1791.
15 cloudy ,95 cloudy
37 29,90 cloudy
70 cloudy 41 40 ,65 cloudy
37 47 36 70 cloudy
37 34 30,2
frofty air, clear fky, thunder, a fmart fhower, rains overcaft, rain moft of the day [and ftarlight
clear blue fky, extremely pleafant, bright moon frosty, clears up, rain at night
overcaft, a dead calm 3 P.M. then rain
clear fine day
grey, rains from to A.M. to 3 P.M.
clear fky, fine day, rains at night
clear fky, ice 1-13th inch thick, very fine day
overcaft, rains from 12 to 5 P.M.
foggy, clears up, fine day
clear fky, frequent glooms
clofe, fun frequently obfcured, raw and cold
dark clouds, frequent glooms
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
rain at night
32 46 38
II 50 51
W. CARY, Mathematical Inftrument-Maker, oppofite Arundel-Street, Strand.
47 34 cloudy
43 28,86 high wind