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Gabriel, from Cape François for Bourdeaux, car The Expedition packet; Barton, from London, ried into Virginia.

for the East Indies, taken Sept. 23. fent into By the Contiantine: A French East-India ship, Vigo. The packet was thrown overboard. The of 1000 tuns and 36 guns, in ballast, from Vigo Adventure, Pollard, from Falmouth for the for Nantz, carried into Kinsale.

Streights, and the , Cardax, from St Ubes By the Duke William's prize, Watson: A for Corke, are also carried into Vigo. French shallop privateer, of 2 four-pounders, 10 The Olive Branch, Goodman, from the Haswivels, and 27 men, carried into Dover. vannah for Jamaica, carried into New Orleans.

By the Charming Nancy of Jersey : La Mar The Charming Betsey, and the Florence for quise de Sala, a privateer of Bayonne, of 16 car- London, and the Catherine, for Bristol, all from riage-guns and 123 men, fent into Falmouth. Jamaica; carried into Port Prinee.

By the Ranger: The Nostra Signora de Car The Prince of Wales, Lewis, from Bristol for mo, of St Sebastian's, with rosin, fent into Cove; Jamaica; and the Dolphin, Dumonte, from New a brigantine from Martinico, and a ship from England for Antigua; both carried into Martinico. Nantz for Morlaix, both lent into Bristol. The Prince of Wales, in her passage, off Anti

By the St George: I be Expedition, a Dutch gua, beat off three privateers, one of 10, anoMhip, from Rotterdam for Malaga, fent into Bri- cher of 12, and the third of 16 guns, with whom fol. She also took another hip, of 400 tuns, me engaged for three hours. After which two from the Streights for Havre de-Grace; and also French frigates came up, and made prize of her. two Latch thips, the one carried into Bristol, the The, Macculloch, from belfalt for New other into Combe.

York, carried into Bayonne. By the Britannia: A large French ship from The Dolly, Anthony, from London for FalMarseilles for Hamburg, carried into Kingroad. mouth ; and the Polly, White, from Boston; both

By the Eagle and Britannia : The Old George, carried into Cadiz. Turner, from Marseilles for Hamburg, with The Redhead, Couch, from Piscataqua for currants, carried into Bristol.

Antigua, carried into Guardaloupe. By the Tartar: A Thip from Corke for Bour The Charming Betty, Carter, from North Cadeaux, sent into Bristol; and an outward-bound rolina for Bristol, carried into Fyal. St Domingo fhip, fent into Baltimore.

The Friend's Goodwill, from Plymouth, carBy the City of Corke: A French ship of about ried into Cherburg. 450 tuns, 18 carriage-guns, outward bound, va The Thistle of Leith, Murray, from Virginia lued at 12,000 l.carried into Cove; and a Dutch for Leith, with tobacco, taken Sept. 27. off St Kil. hip from Bayonne for St Domingo.

da, after a fight of a full hour, sent to Norway. By the Bellona: A Spaniso brigantine, with Taken, but ranfomed: The Ruby, Smith, East India goods, for France, fent into Milford. from Dublin for Petersburg, for 210 guineas.

By the Royal Duke William of Dover : The Taken, but whither carried not mentioned: City of Bergen, Lax, from Leghorn for Oftend,' The Juno, Lesley, from Georgia for London ; brought into the Thames.

the Mary privateer of New York, Pell; the By the ; Mumford: A French Schooner -Kelly, from Rotterdam for Dublin; and from Martinico fur Louisburg, sent into New four loaded colliers, for Holland, taken east of London.

Leostoffe, Oct. 21. The Europa, Eurford, by the 3d of July, then of Rhodes, had taken eight prizes, most of

M A R RI A G E S. which being imall, he had ranfomed them.

[Enry Grenville, Efq; brother to the by whom taken not mentioned : The Young Anne, from Bourdeaux for Martinico, carried Banks, lister to William Banks of Revelly, Lininto the Leeward islands; the Miller of Mansfield, colníhire, Efq; Smith, from the Forth for Campvere, fent into Sir William Burnalsy, Commander of the JerDover; the anne cutter, Keays, fent into Guern. sey man of war, to miss Oitley, of Bedford row, Tey; the Martha and Anne, Hays, from Rye for London. Southampton; and the Earl of Loudon privateer 19. Thomas Forbes of Tilliefnaught, Efq; to of New York, carried into Jamaica; the four Miss Christian Cuming, eldett daughter of George jaft retaken.

Cuming of Pittully, Ef;
Captures, &c. ly the French.

B IR THE Prince William, Hindman; from Corke Sept. 25. At Drefden, the Princess-Royal of for St Kitts, carried into Morlaix.

Poland, delivered of a princess, baptized MariaThe Isabella Maria, Couzes, from Philadel. Amelia- Anna-josephina- Antonietta. phia for Jamaica; the F end nip, Gowan, from 017.9. At Versailles, the Dauphiness of France, Boston for St Kitts; and he Success. Catterwoes, of a prince, styled Court d'Artois. from Liverpool for Jamaica; al carried into li 9. At the Earl's fcat near Maidenhead, the spaniola.

Countess of Powis, of a daughter. The Titto of roole, aus, fom Newinnd 22. At London, the Lady of Lord Romney, land for Alicant; and the Reid, from the of a lon. centia for Newfoundland; both carried into Cars 28. At Eattersea, the wisc of jibn Burrih, a thagena,


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gardener, of four children. She was delivered of for the recovery of his health, Heary Forbes, Esq; three children about ten months before.

merchant in Barbadoes.

24. At Newcastle, aged 104, Anne Dobson. D. A

She could eat a hearty meal till within two days At Jamaica, Capt. Ambrose Creamer, Com- of her death, and enjoyed all her sensitive faculmander of the Hornet loop.

ties to the last. Sept. 25. At Montpellier, in France, aged 58, 27. At Canongate, Edinburgh, in an advanthe Duke de Mirepoix, late ambassador from ced age, Lord John Drummond, commonly callFrance at London.

ed Duke of Perth. . He was son of James Earl 26. At Rothsay, in Bute, aged 107, Neil of Perth, who was Chancellor of Scotland in the Maccloie, alias Fullarton. He appeared to be reign of K. James VII, and who was created in ordinary health that morning, and died sud- Duke of Perth by that prince, about the time denly after eating his breastfast as usual. He re- when, or soon after he retired from Britain. But tained his judgment, and the use of all his senses, the patent never passed the seals. The deceased to the latt; and was going about his business to was uncle to Duke James, who died in his parthe day of his death.

sage to France in 1746 (viii. 283.], and to Lord 28. At Marbury-hall, Cheshire, Arthur Chi- John, who took the titles after the death of chester, Earl of Donegal, an Irish Peer. His James, and died of a fever before Bergen-opLordship is succeeded in title and estate, by John zoom, during the sicge of that town in 1747, beChichester, Esq; a minor, son to the deceased's ing then a brigadier-general in the French service. younger brother.

As the deceased left no issue, Lord Edward Drum. 28. At Bellay.castle, Northumberland, Sirmond, his younger brother, who lives in France, William Middleton, member for that county: is now the representative of this family. He attended the Duke of Cumberland to Scotland 30. At his seat at Nacion, Suffuik, Edward in 1746, and was present at the battle of Culloden. Vernon, Efq; member for Ipswich. With fix

29. At Salisbury, the Lady-dowager Arundel ships of war under his command he took Portoof Wardour, daughter of William Earl of Powis. Bello in 1739, for which he received the thanks [x. 153.]

of both houses of parliament (ii. 117. 534.]. He 084. 3, At Aberdeen, in the 19th year of his commanded the Aeet in the expedition against age, Mr Robert Gordon, second son of Dr James Cartagena in 1741 [iii. 225, 74.). In the beginGordon of Pitlurg, deceased.

ning of 1745 he was promoted from the rank of 8. At London, Lady-Viscountess-dowager Gage. a Vice-Admiral to that of an Admiral, and in

9. At Hildburghausen, in Germany, aged 24, the end of that year had the command of a squathe Duchess of Saxe Hildburghausen, wife of the dron stationed to oppose an invasion threatened present Duke. She had been delivered, a few from France (vii. 198. 584.). But in the begindays before, of a princess, who was baptized Fre- ning of 1746 the command was taken from him derica-Sophia-Maria-Carolina.

[viii. 48.), and he was never employed after. io. At Nunraw, Haddingtonshire, Mrs Mar Mr John Wilkinson, late minister of the Savoy, garet Cuningham, wife of Major James Dalrym- on his paslage to America. He was banihed for ple of Nunraw.

celebrating marriages contrary, to the marriage13. At Edinburgh, Signior Nicolo Pasquali, act. He is the second clergyman that has fallen Master of Music in that city. .

a sacrifice to that act. (xviii. 359.) 17. At Vauxhall, aged 104, Mrs Hill.

P. S. Nov. 3. At Cloberhill, Hew Spreull 17. At Gorgie, near Edinburgh, in the gift Crawfurd of Coudon, Efq; year of her age, Margaret Heriot, relict of Mr James Smyth turgeon in Haddington, and grand P R E F E R M E N T S. niece to George Heriot jeweller to K. James VI. founder of the hospital in Edinburgh that bears

Taken from the London Gazette. his name.

The King has been pleased,
At Kendall, Lancashire, aged 100, James Wil 08. 11-to grant unto William Warburton,
fon. About four years ago, Thomas Coward D.D. one of his Majesty's Chaplains in ordinary,
died near that place, aged 114; and there is now the deanery of Bristol, void by the death of Dr
living there Robert Friers, aged 103.

Thomas Chamberlayne.
Ai London, Capt. James Drysdale, late of the 18.-to promote John Cradock, D. D. to the
Welch fusilecrs.

bishoprick of Kilmore in Ireland, in the room of
20. Dr Nathaniel Foster, preacher at the Rolls Dr John Storey, deceased.
chapel. He was editor of a fine edition of the 29.-to appoint Sir John Ligonier to be Com-
Hebrew Bible without points, and of some select mander in Chief of all his Majesty's land-forces in
dialogues of Plato.

G. Britain, (in the room of his R. Highness the 21. At his feat near Halesowen, Shrophire, Duke]. Ferdinando Dudley Lea, Lord Dudley, third - to grant unto George Smith, of the town Baron of England. His Lordship dying a bache- and county of the town of Nottingham, and of lor, his ancient title is in abeyance among his East Stoke in the said county, Esq; and to his filters.

heirs-male, the dignity of a Baronet of G. Bri24. At Bristol, where he had resided some time tain.


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· P.S. Nov, 1:--to appoint the following gen-, Mr James Buchanan, Professor of Oriental elemen officers of marines.

Languages in the university of Glasgow, in the Comp.

room of 204. Fred. Thomas Smith,

Mr John Anderson, Profeffor of Natural Phi66. Joshua Sabine,


lofopby in that university, in the room of Dr Ro3:26. Harrie Innes,

bert Dick, deceased. 62. William Bowler,

Commanders of men of war : Capt. Rowley, 95. John Chambers, First Lieutenants. fof the Harwich), of the Montague, a new ship, 3. Thomas Wells,

of 60 gans; Capt. Marsh, (of the Shoreham), of 205. Edward Gregg,

the Harwich, of so guns ; Capt. Hyde Parker, 32. Sneyd,

of the Brilliant, a new fir ship, of 36 guns; Capt. 45. Henry John Bull,

Clements, of the Adtean, another new fir fhip; 21. Ralph Barker,

Second Lieutenants..

Capt. John Falkingham, of the Trial floop; and 68. Henry Ogilvie,

Licut. Archibald Millar, of the London foop. 70. David Ogilvie,

Officers to the Duke of Bedford, Lord Lieute81. James Hay,

nant of Ireland: Richard Rigby, Efq; Principal 74. Abraham Wotton,

Secretary, sworn also of the Privy Council;-Dr Taken from other papers, &c.

John Cradock, (lince made a Bishop), and Ds

Thomas Salmon, Chaplains in ordinary;-Lt-Col. Sir Edmund Thomas, and Samuel Martin, Esa; James Gilborne, Maj. John Rutter, Capts Berlate Secretary to the Treafury, Joint Treasurers pard Hale, David Lindsay, and Edward Stopto the Princess-dowager of Wales, in the room of ford, and Lieuts Lord Newbattle and Henry So Sir George Lec, who has refigned.

John, Aids de Camp.

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London, Nov. 3. Bank stock 119. India 139 Edinburgh, Nov. 15. Oat-meal 11 d. Peale i half. South Sea 104. Ditto new anpuities, itt meal 7 d. halfpenny. Bear-meal 8 d. fubscr. 90 3 8ths a 1 balf, ad subscr. 90 3 8ths. According to a letter from Montrose, of

o&. 29. oat-meal was then fold there at 7 pence The London bill from Sept. 26. to Of. 25. halfpenny the peck, bear-meal at 4 pence half Males

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60 4 Teething 16 A discourse relating to the present times. By 60 70

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