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propositions till he returns to Paris. The day safety, and the protection of these provirees, before he set out he gave me a ship to carry by taking into our hard the natural sovemyself and family to the United States. The reignty of our country. minister recommended that I should not pin The period has at length arrived, when myself down to a day as to departure, as cir- these United Provinces possess both the cumstances might make it proper for me to strength and the power to protect themselves. stay soinewhat longer than I now intended. With a population of nine millions of inhabiThe treaty between France and Holland was tants, with an extent of tertile territory ratified the 30th March, and will be publish- superior to any empire on the globe, and ed this day in Holland. I am assured that it abounding with all the riches that bounteous contains the following article:
nature ever bestowed on the human race, it “ All the merchandize conveyed into the would be contrary to sound policy in the ports of Holland on board American vessels, present state of the world, to submit, and we since the 1st day of January, 1809, shall be are determined no longer to submit to the put under sequestration, subject to the dis. domination of any European or foreign power position of France, according to circumstances, whatever. and the political relations with the United For whilst a lawful govornment existed States."
in Spain, and her legitimate king sat upon You will learn by a decree of the king of her throne, we have erer been loyal to his Naples, that he has put his gains beyond the person, and faithful to his government; and reach of negociation. The ports of Prussia our Treasures have been the only support of are open to our commerce. Avoid both the European monarchy and its allies, Prussia and Denmark vill you have other whilst we had no interest whatever, and our
country drained of thuse riches which nature Paris, April 16, 1810.-Sir, the John has bestowed upon the inhabitants of AmeAdams being yet detained, I am able to in- rica, for their own happiness, support, and form you, that on the 11th instant the em. defence. peror directed the sale of all the American Under these consideracions, to prevent the vessels taken in the ports of Spain, and that inevitable and ruinous consequences of falling the money arising therefrom should be placed under the yoke of the Emperor of the French, in his caisse private. He has also refused to the tyrant of Europe, and the oppressor of give up the Hero, and has ordered that the Spain, We, the Spanish Provinces in Amecase be brought before the Council of Prizes, rica, declare ourselves a free, sovereign, where condemnation necessarily awaits it. and independant people, not acknowledging 1 send a cupy of a note upon which this last the domination of any power on earth, rco order was taken, and another relating to our fusing submission, and denying and repelling business at Naples; and am, sir, with very the authority of whatever nation may high consideration, your most ubedient, and attempt dominion over us. This we unanivery humble servant,
mously engage and pledge ourselves to main. Hon. R. Smith, &c. JOHN ARMSTRONG, tain and support with our lives, our fortunes,
and our sacred holours, calling upon every On the 19th of April the Provinces of inhabitant of the provinces to aid and supthe Caraccas, declared theinselves inde- port in carrying into effect this our laudable pendant of Old Spain, in the following and just resolution, and establishing for our proclamation :
selves and our posterity, a free, «quitable, It has pleased Almighty God, to grant
and iidependent government, that shall to every country alike, the natural right of
secure our happiness, and give us a place of its own sovereignty.
hunour and respect among the independant These provinces, planted by Spain, fos- nations of the earth. tered and protected by her power, have, and
And we do carnestly entreat all foreign of right, ought to have submitted to her nations to gurantee our independence, and guidance and direction during the period of
to favour us with such alliance and assistance their infancy, when, from imbecility and
as may enable us to defeat the designs of the weakness, they were incapable of their own
enemies of our country. government and protection.
By thus disavowing our dependence on But Spain, deprived of her king by the Spain, we solemnly appeal to heaven for the unparalleled perfidy of the Emperor of the
secticude or our intentions, and we do protest French, her European States vanquished before the sacred Majesty of God himself, by his treachery and his arms, and the that in all our measures we have ever been ancient, tawful, and acknowledged govern.
actuated by motives pure and honourable, nient of the country, destroyed by the
and that we have no other design in view violent outrages of his sanguinary policy, than the preservation of ourselves, and the
And we there exists neither reason, right, nor justice, protection of our common country, for continuing cur dependance on a power
do must humbly supplicate that Being who that has no existence but in memory; policy
cecides the fate of nations, to smile on our and seit preservation, therefore, demand
exe tions, and 10 bless and protect this our that we should provide for our common
new established empire.
ALPHABETICAL LIST of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between
the 20th of June and the 20th of July, extracted from the London Gazettes,
Dyfon, Spencer. Heddersfield, York, merchant. (Ste
phen fou, Holmfirth and Bartye, Chancery lalle.
Earnshaw Thomas, Sunithey ridge. Silkitone, York, corn. (The Solicitor's Names are between Parentbeses.) dealer.) King, Cattle freet, Hoiborn
Easton Samuel, Dover, brandy merchant. (Cobb, Cle , , : ment's inn (Lambert and Sons, Hatton Garden and Charles and Eastwood James, Liggett, Yurk, calico maker. (Par Forbes, Stratford.
tington, Manchester, and Hurd, Inter Temple. Adell Frederic, Ingram court. Fenchurch strect, mer
Eecles, Francis, Crispin) Atreet, Spital-fields, draper, clott. (Pearce, Paternoster row
( James, Dowgare hill Aldridge Charles, Alderfgare freet, Aatter. (Silver, Egerton Ezekiel, Duval's lane, Middlesex, Turkey-mer Aldersgate freet
chant. (Millward, Stag lane, London aldridge Rich 'rd, Nath worth, Glouceter, clothier.
Ellis Richard, Earle street, Blackfriars, provision-broker. (Swann, New Balinghall Attrect
(Bryan, Copthall court Armarong Francis, Salibu'y ftreet, Strand, wine-mer
Fanshaw Joho Liverpool, dealer in earthenware. (Bad. de chant.
(Walbrough, Waraford court, í hrogmorton deley, serle itreet, Lincoln's inn, and. Griffin, Hanley. ftreet
Faulding william, Hull, grocer. (Edmunds, Lincoln's Ashton Thomas, Portrei, linen-draper. (Wiltshire
ind, and Haire, Hull aud Bolton, Broad Atrett.
Field William, North Green, Worship ftreet, chip hat mad Jachelor Joh' and Jofeph Petril, Larkall place, Surry, nufacturer (Harding, Primofe ftreet, Binopsgate carpeuters. (Price, Clifford's lun.
Field William, Trowbridge, Wilts.Annholder. (Williams Balls John Bury, surfolk, carrier. (lickering, Staple's Red Lion Square, and Williams and Bush, Trowbridge Inn, and Archer, Mildenhall, Suffolk
Forster William, Carburton Atreet, Fitzroy Square, co che Bamford Samuel Paul, Exeter, and Chudleigh, factor. maker. (Langley, Plumtree ftreet, Bloomsbury (Turner, Exeter, and collett, Chancery lane
Gaskell Thomas, Bruton freet, Berkeley Square, 'linenBars Wiliam, sen. Rocbfurd, Edex,' barge-master. draper (Collins and Waller, Spital square (Ma' gnall, Warwick square
Godwin Thomas, Queen ftreet, Cheapside, merchant. Bartlett Jofeph, Colyton, Devon. bag maker. (Dolly, (Hartley, New Bridge Atreet
Bridport, and Jenkins, James aud Abbott, New inn Haritz Johnl, Limehouse, timber-merchant. (Evitt and Back Anthony, Oxford Areet, sadcler. (Wunt, Surry Rixon, Haydon fquare Grect, Strand
Harsjes John Portfea, dealer and chapman. (Rivers, Berjamin Benjamin, late of Chatham, but now in the Garlik hill
King's Bench, glafs and china-man. (Howard and Harris Richard, Oxford, hup-keeper. (Moore, Bow Abraham. Jewry Atreet
Jane, Cbeapade Blakey Thomas and John, Liverponi, merchants. (Grif
Harrison william. Charlotte Areet, Rathbone place, victuaith and Hinde, Liverpool, and windle, John Areet, aller. Bedford row
(Cuppage and Rice, Jermyn Greet
Hart George, Woodbridge, Suffolk, brewer, (Brame Blandy Edward, Lincombe and Widcombe, Somerset, dea- and Notcut, Ipswich, and Flexney, Chancery lane ler.) Frowd, Serie ftreet, Lincuin's ina
Harvey William. Chilwell freet, currier. (uwen and Bloore Joha, Ludgate hill. victualker) Bell and Bro- Hicks, Bartlett's Buildings drick, Bow lane. Cheapfide
Hippius John, Albion ftreet, Blackfriars road, merchant. Bonfer William, Richard Newcomb and John Siffon, Can. (Kearfey and Spur, Binopfgate ftreet son Atreer, ilk hat-manufacturers. (Swann, New
Jamei font John, Liverpool, mip broker. (Davis, Liverpool. Balinghall frett
and Meddowcroft, Gray's ipa Booth John, Northen, Chefer, corn-faqtor, and John
Jarvis James, Bath, victualler. (Highmore, But lane, Smith. Liverpool, corn merchant. windls, John Canton street, and Wingate, Bath
Areet, Besford row, and Griffith and Hiude, Liverpool Jones Anne, St. James's stree', milliner, (Denton and Bowler George Haugh cn, Manche der, hat manufacturer.
Barker, Gray's inn (Willis, Fairthorn, and Clarke, Warnford court, and Jones Daniel, Pontypool, Monmouth fire, liquor-merchant. Heilup, Manchester
(Clifford,' Bristol, and I arrant. Chancery lane Bowles William, 1 hornas Ogden and George Wyndham,
Jordon Thomas, Bath, liner.d:aper. (Shephard and New Saiyin, Wilts. bankers. (Hodding, Salibry Addingtoni, Bedford row ; shepperd, Bath; and Clarke and Millett, Middle Temple lane
and Son, Bristol Bowles Williamn, Thomas Ogden) and George Wyndham,
Jukes, George Morfs, Gosport banker, (Boswell, St. of New Sarum, and James Barrow, of Shaftesbury, Michael's alley. Corphili Dorfet bankers. (Hudding Salisbury and Millert,
Jukes Edward, Gotport, merchant. (Boswell, St. M} Middle Temple lane.
chael's Alley Brickwood John, fen, and jun. John Rainoer, Wiliam
Jukes Edward. John Langley, and Goorge Morfs Jukes, Morgan, and Joseph Starkey, Lumbard street, Gofport, bankers. iweddel, Gosport, anp Briggs, bankers. Parather and Son, London ítreet, Feu. Eflex Atreet, Strand church Areet.
Killick Richard Southampton, upholderer: (Vizard and Briggs Luke, London Road, 6t. George's fields, Moe
Hutchingfon, New Square, Lincoln's inn inaker, and Coltham greep, Midulefex, soap manu- Knight William and William Bucknell, Kirby Atreet, Hat. - facturer. (Fitches and Sampfon, Swithio's lane
ton Garden, watch manufacturersi (Orchard, Hattor Brown Richard, jun. Battle-bridge, painter and glazier. garden (Hamilton), Tavilock row, Covent garden
Lugg Richard, late of Cornwell's helde, St. George's in the Bucknell William, Kirby treet, Hatton garden, watch- Eaft, dealer in ccals. now a prisoner, in Newgare, Bianufacturer.) Orchard, Hatton garden
(Reeks, Weilciofe fqware Bull John King's Langley, Herts. carpenter.
Falcon, Lewis Peter Roynon. and Joseph Jackson, Strand, silk. Temple
mercers. (Ruflencourt Alderfgate Atreet Bus bidge William Cannon Atreet, umberella.manufacturer.
Lloyd Samuel, Manchetter, dry falter. (Swain, Stevens (Chapmau and Stevens, St Mildred's court, Poultry
and Maples, Old Jewry, and Whiteley, Biriningham Butcher Nathaniel, St. Martin's le-Grand, victualler. Lund Charles Lewis, Autin Friara, insurance-broker, (Chriftie, Holborn court, Gray's ina
(Harrison, Crown court. 'Threadneedle ir et Carr George and John, She field, grocers. (Brookfield,
Magenis Daniel, late ut Cliford's inn pafruge. but now in She isla, and Sykes and Knowles, New inn
the goal of Ludgate, victualler. (Brown Pudding iane Chandler 3 homas and Thomas Newfom, Norton Falgate, Maltby Rowland, Mortimer treet, money. scrivever.
Broctrs. ( Williams, jun. Lord Mayor's Court office, (Humphries. Clement's inn
Marthall berjamin, #edminster Down, Somerset, vi&tualler, Coles Wiliam, Mincing lane, broker. (Walton Girdler's
(Shephard and' Adlington, Bedford row, and James, hall Balinghall ftreet
Brittul Cotterell Edmund, jun. Vine freei, Liquor pond ftreet, M'Donald James, Wuolwich, victualler. (Pearson, bacun merchant) Hammond, Hattin garden
Temple Crainpton William Beckingham, Norts. hort.dealer. Melton William, Manch' fter, victualler. (Hurd, Temple
(Hilhor, Gainsborough, and Warrand ani word, Cas. and Hawkins, manchester tle court, Budge ruw
Middiehurit Ma:thew, Wigan, I ancafter, -corn and four Cranch Natha iel, Exeter, merchait. (Abbott, Old dea er. Griffith and Hinde, Liverpool, and Wiwule, broad street, and Kendali. Exeter
Juhn, freet Bedford row Critten John, Halesworth, Suffolk, plumber. (White Mingay Sophia and I hoinas, and Philip Nots, Smithfield,
and Woodcock, Halelworth, and rush, Barnard Itreet, bankers. (Barrows and Vincent, Babinghall ítreet Bure) fquare.
Morgan Evan, Newbridge, Monmouthihire, shop-keeper. Darwin Henry, Southampion, tailor. (Dodd, Billiter
Danie's, eritol, and Pearsons, Temple 1211e
Mezely Maurice Lewis. Liverpool, merchant. (Higrun Vavics, James Risca. Monmouthshire, merchant.
and Atkinson Manchefter, and Elis, Chancery lane hams, Ren Liun quar, and Evans, Newport
Newcombe Johin, Exeter, victualler. ( Williams and Dawkin, '1 homas, sheriurn, York, sbpkeeper: (Granger, Darke, Prince's ftreet, Bedtord row, and Buwring veds. aud Eunupos, Liocon's son
Exeter Deal I hn Thuri, haftsbury, Durlet, brewer, (Couper Nicholl's. Robert, Norwich, woollen draper. (Simpson ali Lowe, Southampton buildings, Chancery lane
and Rackham, Norwich and Windus, fon, and HultaDolunan, Sampion and wailian Banks, Poultry, haiters. way, Chancery lane. Phillips, Howard Areet, Strand
Normugton John, St Martin's-le-Grand, cotton and fille Durh ham Thomas Wathfield, Devon, cattle dealer. trimming emanufacturer, (Field, Church-pallage, (sykos auu K11owles, New in, and Maudacr, Exter, Aldermanbury
Norton Aaron, Printer Areet, Blackfriars, dealer. (Reilly, Barcklay James, Old Broad freet, merchant. Aug. 7 scaford-row, Pimlico
Barlow Jaimes Newport, Itle of wingt, Mercer. Aug **
fte linen drarer, A. 4
Benfon John Wulian, Halbeach, Lincoin, furgeon July 31
Notts innholder. Birket Robert, Gloucefter free:, Queen fyware, tailos (Fisher. Gainsborough, aed War abd and Wood, Calle July 27 court Buure taw
Bowies' A 'T. and T. Williams, Kent ftreet Southwark. Penney Thomas ant Henry Mayo, Ball alley, Lombard grocers. July 1
atreel, merchants. (Barmow, Threadneedle ftreet Bowinan Joon. Water lane, brandy merchant, Joly 6 Perkins Juhn, Queen's ftreet, CheapSide, fationer. Broinn. W. Wormwood itreet, London wall, vidua lor. (Rufell, Lant wreet, Southwark
Bryan Michael. George Areet, Hanover quare, picture.
King, Serjean's ind), Fleet ftreet, and Frankis, Britol Burland Thimas, Hunger ford, Derks. draper, Julys Hickman Richard. Dockhead, Surry, China and glass-man. Busby William and Ifac Hill Strand, hatters, Aug. 4 (Naylors. Great Newport Atreet
Chambers William, Lincoln, currier, July 14
Charlton Cornelius Eait Farleigh, Kent, yeoman, July 14 and Colicti, Chancery lane
Cole Ifaac, Marnnull, Dort wooApler, Ang. 1
but now in the King's Bench, July 11
lane, Lombard Aieet, merchants, July 14 Roberts Jofeph, Sheffield, razor maker. (Bics, Hetcon Cowfill William, Mucheiter, Ronc mafun, Aug. 8 sadeo, a od Rudgers Shefhelst
Dallas William, Cumion curt, Old Broatticet, merchants Robintan William King's Newton,
Derby, farrier. July 14 (Greaves, Derby
Davis Anthony, Stroud green Middlefax, dealer, Aug 14 Robinson Stephen, Saffron Walden. Effex, carpenter. Deighton Joon, Reeth, York, iromonker, July 14
(Dawson and Wratislaw, Warwick freet, Golden fare Defouineaux John, King ftreet Gorwel dieet, irunfounder,
Devenith Aon and Henry Newport, Villiers Areet, Strand,
Dinifáale Jofeph. Hull dealet, AUR 4
Ekins Joseph. Oxford treet, cheer.monger, July 5
caiter, cuttan manufacturers (Wakelock and Ma. Fairt cld john and James Brickley, Liverpool, merchants,
Farbridge Robert, Paragon place, Kent road, tiiber-mer-
Figsius Francis. Stockport, upholsterer, July 14
Flening henry, Hanway Areet, Oxford itreet, jeweller,
A116 4 kett, Fond coirt. Walbruk
Forretter John, Lane End, Stafordthire, manufacturer of
Fortnum Williain, ball alley, Lombard Arcet, ftatiuner,
Tofter ki Śt. Ann's lane, Gik.man, July 24
Frater Thomas, Well Arcet, Mary la-boane, coach-springJohn Atreet, Bedford row, and Galkid, Wikia
manufacturer, July sa Stanoury John Wall and Richard, Plymouth duck salesmen. Freemantle John and John ! eformeaux, King Areet, Gufe (Williams, Austin Friars, and lurer, Exeter
well ficet, iron founders, A11, 14
Gaywood William, Stockport cabinet maker, July go
Gould Juhn, Harrington, Worcester, paper in nufacturer,
Hall Richardi Liverpoul, grocer, 19. 2
Handip William, Stradbrook, Sutk tasner, Aug. 25
Hatton Thomas, Coletord, Glucetter, mercer July 13 Lincoln's inn.
Henderfon Robert Wentworth, Georec treet, Minuries, Villars Charlotte, Conduit freet, pilliner.
dhip broker, July 14 Finner and Luke, bury Atreet, St. James's
Hill William, late of Middle-row, Holborn, but now in the
Kiot's Bench. carpenter, July 28
Hifcocks Zacharian, Britol, draper. July 4
Holden Gcorge, Hull, merchant, Aug. 3
twin. (Micfan 300 Atkinlon, Manchcier, and Hopkins Thomas John, Chigwell, Efic X, cominon brewer,
Howarú Jerrard Joha, Lower Eaton îtreet, Pimlico, lure Watfon Clement Chat s, Fenchurck freet, wine merchant, geon, July 17 (Druce, Billiter fyuare
Howell William, Neath. Glamorgan, Mop.kceper, July 3 White Hugh, Manchetter, iron liquor-malter. (Ellis,
Jenkins David, Llantrifl'ent, Glamorgan, Aupkeeper, • Chancery lane, and Johnson and Bailey, Manchester
Kirke Georze, Grocer's hall court, merchant. Aug.1 1actor. (Kearfey and Spurr, Bishopfrate street within Kirke George and John Ford, Grocer's hail court, mere Wilcocks Thomas, Exter, tailow.chandler. (Terrell,
chants, July 14 Exeter
Knowics J. Proyndee, Carnarvonshire, innkeeper, Aug. a wilcock Johd and Edward and Alexander Frazer, Exeter,
Lawtie G. U. Waitan freel, merchant July 19 bankers. (Williams and Brook, Atw yuare, 10.
Lewis Wiliam, bend true', wuol entraver. July 14 coln's inn
Lewis Joho, Uper lait smithheld, needlemiker Ave 15 Wiliis James, George Morfs Tukes, James Grey Jackfon, Lives Jofeph, Rotherh. he and Gres bland Dick, finith, and John Langley, Salsbury square merchant
July 14 (Boswell, St. Michael's alley, Ciruhill
Liner 1. Kiug Breet, Holbors, coach-plater, July 1 windcat Thomas, Bridgetown, Devon. wool.fpinner. Lifier l'aul, Heptent n, Miliam ter Mortit, and Joh. (Follett, Inner Temple, and Eruton. Exeter
Longbottom, st ston, all in Yorkshire, culton.fpinners, Voolcombe William, fcn. and jun. Ruthe tithe, Raip. July jo builders. (wilde, jun. Caitle Arect, Falcon quale
Lodge,' o. Keresforth Mill, Barnsley, York. dealer, July 19
Mah ny leanin, lutenlain Court rost victualer, Aug. 11 DIVIDENDS ANNOUNCED.
Maton John, euford, Wits lineu drape. Scpt. 6
Mears Henry, scenich, tavern-keeper. July in
Mseker Williain Parions, Balinghali Areer, merchant,
Morris Robert, Wigan Lancaster, cotton ma ufacturer,
Mountad John, Worcener, woollen draper, July 30.
Muliner John, Miriam malman, Auss
Myers David Thompton. Stamford, Lincoln diaper, July 28
Newman Melly, Siider freet, currier, Aug. 1.
Nightingale George, i umbard are con bauker. aug. 11
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Nightingale William, Lombard ftreet, banker, A116.1!
brewer. Aug. 11
Holbosa ferivener. July 31
dinvers. Aur. 4
Sintzenich Peter. New Bond ftret. printseller. July 24
Staffordshire warehouseman. Aug. 4
Hants.coach maker. July 14
cotton spinners. Jwly 24!
infworth Preton. cotton spinners. July 24
Surry, foap builers. July ?,
INCIDENT'S, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, IN AND NEAR LONDON :
Wilh Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Charucters recently deceased. On Friday evening, July 13, a fire broke out Combe and Co.
85,150 at Mr Reeve's foor-cluth manufactory, Brown and Parry
84,175 Little TitchGeld street, in consequence of Goodwin, Skinner, and Co.
74,223 the men having neglected to watch some Elliott and Co.
57,251 turpentine which they were about to use in Taylor
41,510 the business The flames very soon com- Clowes and Cro
41,594 municated to the adjoining houses on either The commissioners of the land-tax, conside ; and notwithstanding every exertion cerned in the new improvements of Westwas used, we are sorry to say seven houses minster, have agreed to dispose of the vacant were entirely consumed, and likewise Mr. ground adjoining the new Guildhall, for Huntingdon's chapel.
which they ask the enormous price of three About four in the morning of Friday, guineas per foot. July 20th, a fire broke out in the house of
MARRIED. Mr. Paris, Printer, in Tooke's-court, Cursi. At Putney, W'm. baring, esq. fourth son
It was first discovered in the pare of Sir. Francis B. bart. to Fanny, fourth lour, but by what accident it happened is un. daughter of J. Thompson, esg. of Waverleyknown. A great number of engines arrived abbey, Surry. soon after five, but it was more than an hour At Allhallows on the Vall, Broad-street, before a supply of water was obtained. It Francis Grimani, gent. of Winchester-street, raged with dreadful fury for some time before 00 Elizabeth, daughter of R. Parry, esz. of it was at all subdued; the principal house, and Culebrooke-row, Islington, the two adjoining, were demolished entirely, Lieut. Pritchard, R. N. to Miss Davis, of and some adjacent ones were much injured. Printing-house square, only daughter of the Several persons were much huri, and one late Mr. John D. of Binfield, Berks. woman, about 45, was burned to death.
Ac Mary-le-bone, the Hon. Samuel Hood, The quantity of strong beer brewed by the to Lady Charlotte Nelson.-Capt. Edward first twelve houses in the London porter Cheltham, of his majesty's ship Leyden, to brewery, from the 5th of July, 1809, to the Margaret, youngest daughter of ihe late Peter 5.11 of July, 1810 :
Barrels. Dean, esq. of the Bahama Islands.- Captain Barciay, Persins, and Co.
235,053 Shirreft, R. N. to Elizabeth Ann, eidest Meux, Read, and Co.
211,009 daughter of the late Hon David Murray, orvo Truman, Hanbury, and Co. 144,990 ther of Lord Elibank.--James M‘Gregor, Felix, Calvert, and Co.
133,491 M.D. inspector of arıny hospitals, in the Whitbread and Co.
110,939 Hampshire district, to Mary, daughter of the Heary Meux and Co. 93,660 late Duncan Grant, esq. of Forres, N. B
James Thompson, esq. of Bishop Auckland, of his former marriage, and one other son and Duras, to Mary Ann, daughter of T. More two daughters by his present lady. His lord. fis, ce of Banstead, Surry.
ship was first married to the beautiful Laura * George's, Bloomsbury, John Smith Keppel, daughter of the bishop of Exeter; Catanesq. of Somerset-place, io Miss Elliott, and, secondly, to Frances Isabella Seymour, tientford Butts.
second daughter of Lord Robert Seymour. á: St. George's, Hanover-square, the Hon. At Walworth, Mrs. M. H. Lee, widow of Cail Jeakinson, to Miss Julia Schuckburgh Captain L. of the Royal Navy. Evelyn, only daughter of the late Sir George At his sister's house. Tottenham, Mr. Wil. Schuckburgh, bart.
liam Drake, late purser of his Majesty's ship At Hammersmith, John Sich, jun. esq. of Centaur, in his 45th year; and a few days Chiswick, to Ann, eldest daughter of William afterwards, at the same place, Mr. Thomas Szita, esq. of Hammersmith and Curzon- Drake, in his 59th year, of Meytch-hall, in
Norfolk, who, on a journey to the coast to At Lambeth, Mr. Frederick Chaproniere, meet his sick brother, was attacked by a mato Miss Jane Bulle, only daughter of the late lady which terminated his life. Bulle, esq. late of Holloway.
At Turnham-green, Mr. Ogren, of sporting By special licence, at Mrs. Lockhart's, celebrity: he was the most quick calculator Spanish lace, Manchester square, the Hon. of the long odds ever known on the turf, and Major Henry Murray, brother of the earl of could as readily hedge his bets, when many Mansfield, to Miss De Vismes.
horses started, so as to secure himself a winAc St. Martin's, Henry Suffield, esq. to ner, by which peculiar talent he realized a Angusta, daughter of the late Mr. William fortune of 100,0001. He had occasionally. Cramer.-). Scott Dixon, esq. of Morden, kept faro tables, &c. on a large scale; and Surry, to Mis. Mary Wright.
though he thus profiled of the folly of others, At Lambeth, Mr. Edward H. Lee, of Bel. untair play was never imputed to him, and Dont-place, to Miss Thompson, youngest he had many valuable traits in his charac. daughter of Thomas T. esq. of Castle-street, ter. Leicester square.-T. Musgrave, esy. to Miss At Poplar, Daniel Maxwell, esq. surgeon, 56. Venn, eldest daughter of E. V. esq. of Cam- Ac Twickenham, Isabella, relict of Major
Cole, and eldest daughter of the late Sir The Rev. Daniel Mathias, rector of White- Henry Ibbersun, bart.-The Countess of Elgin chapel, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of John and Wincardine, 50. La ont, esą of Lemon-street.
At Putney, Mrs. D'Arandy 81. Ai S. Giles's, the Rev. lohn Rideout, rec- At South Mims, Edward Vincent, esq. 76. tor of Woodmancote, Sussex, to Mrs. Doing, At Hayes, James Collett, esq. 55 - In Upwidow of the Rev. John D. and youngest per Berkley-street, Portman-square, William daughter of Sir Harry Goring, bast.
Jolinston, esą. of the Inner Temple, many Ae Walthamstow, the Rev. E. J. Burrows, years clerk of indictments of the county of to Emma Margaret, youngest daughter of the Middlesex, and of the Oxford circuit, 75. late Jobn Allen, esq.
In Nortolk street, Strand, Isaac Heaton, Captain George Bean, of the royal artillery, esq. 76. to Frances Eliza, eldest daughter of William
In Nottingham-place, Mrs. Martba Bocknell, esą, of Cadogan-place.
Riley, 76. John Jeffery, esq. of Throgmorton-street, At Tottenham, Mrs. Mildred, relict of to Charlotte, third daughter of John Longley, Daniel M. esq. Eg of Hampstead.
At Edgeware, aged 06, Mrs Lettice Hallert, William Sharpe Handasyde, esq. to Miss relict of William H. esq. late of Cannons, Slict, daughter of the late Christian S. esq. and daughter of James H. esq. formerly of u St. George's Piace, East.
Dunmow Priory, in Essex. Al Si. Paul's, Covent Garden, Baron de In Brewer-street, Golden-square, Henry de Stuguer, to Fermina, eldest daughter of Fer. Cort, esq. 71. min de Tassei, esq.
in Green-street, Grosvenor-square, John DIED.
Williams Willaume, esq.70. lo Strat!urd Place, Mrs. Kingston, wife At Lambeth, Pbilip Gregson, esg. surveyor John K. esq. M.P.
of the coast waiters at the port of London, 51. Ai Fitzroy farm, Highgate, the Right In Great Russell-street, Bloomsbury, Mrs. Honourable Lord Southampton, (nephew to Mary Ann Houstoun, wife of J. H. esq. forhis Grace the Duke of Grafton) a lieutenant- merly of Lisbon, 66. fläcral of the army, and colonel of the 34th In Sloane-street, the Rev. Herwy Reynett, regiment of foot. His lordship was but in D.D. many years one of the justices of Wor. the 4* h year of his age, and within a month ship-sireet office. de ote his death appeared in the utmost vigour ac Hackney, James Nicklin, esq. 76. of life. His loroship is succeeded in his In Great Queen-street, Lincoln's-inn-fields, title by his eldest son, an infant, in the Mrs. Agassim, relict of Lewis A. esq. 69. wtb yees of his age; he has left a daughter At Stepney, Richard Price, esq. 74. MosIBLY MAG. No. 202,