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Gazette and Civil Promotions;-Bankrupts. V. in the same county.

James Earle, esq; of Hanover. [q. appointed Rev. George Strahan, M.A. chaplain to surgeon extra. to his Majesty's houthold. the right hon. James Earl of Findlater and Wbiteball, Feb. 24. Righe Hon. Will. Lord Seafield, and svicar of Illington, co. Middx. Craven-his Majetty's lieut. and cultos tot. 10 bold Cranham R. co. Elex.

of Berks.

Rev. John Fisher, M. A. one of his Ma-
GAZETTE PROMOTIONS.

jelly's chaplains in ord.--canon of Windsor,
Ount Salmour is appointed mi. vice rev. Dr. John Boliock.
Jan. 11. nifter plenipo. at the court of Wbisball, Feb. 28. Right hon. Grenville
France; and Count Redern, with the fame Leverton Guwer, earl Gower—Marquis of
character, to that of Manrid.

Stafford, with remainder to his iflue male.
Hamburgb, Jan. 12. Jender John A'olphus St. James's, March 3: His Maje y was
Pappe, J. v. L. was chosen burghomatter, pleased to inveit the Dike of Hamilton and
vice burgbomaster Schulie.

Brancon wiih th: inligns of the moft ancient
Hamb. Jan. 20. Mr. Wm. Amplink was order of ihe chiite.
chosen a fenator of this city, wice Mr. Juhn Sr. Yam s's, March 4. To approve of John-
Adolphus Poppe, chosen burghomaster. son Newmsn, csq; to be contul for the Em.

Berlin, Jan. 21. Baron Koller, now mi. press of Ruffia at Hull.
nifter at Stockholm, is appointed to succeed Whiteboll, Marcb 4. To present rev. Rt.
Count Goertz at Petersburgh.

W arton, M. A. to Sicglefthorpe, al. Siggler. Wbitehall, Jan. 21. R. Williams of Trin. thorne, R. co. York, vieren. Th. Constable, Coll. Cambricge, efq; and his issue, his Ma dec. Also, jefty's licence to take the surname and bear Rev. Geo. Worsey, B. A. ro Słonegrave, the arms of Rich.

R. (0. Yuk, vice said 'Th Constable, dec. Dublin Castle, Jan. 24. Sir John P>rnell, Queen's Palace, Marcb 5. Mrs, Georgiana bart, chanc. of the excheq. in Ireland, ap Herbert Herbert--one of her Majesty's bed. pointed of the privy Council, and sworn in ac chatber, vice Mrs. Boughton, doc. cordingly.

St. James's, Marcb 6. Edw. Pryse Lloyd, Wbiteball, Jan. 31. Rich. Firzherbert, ela; of Llanarth, esq; sheriff of 'Cardigan, vice -serj. crumpeter, vice Jor. Probert, efq; dic. John Martin of Alfegocb, elq.

John Graham, of Newcastle upon Tyne, Wbireball, Marcb 7. Mr. John Pringle, co. Nerthumberland, esq; and illue-his Mi commitiary clerk of ite commitiariot, Edinb. jetty's licence to assume the surname, and 10 Sr. James's, Marib 13. Amendment on the bear the arms of Clerke, pursuant to the last roll of theriffs, Gloucestersh Ch. Coxe, now will of Tho. Moreld, late of Kingiton upon

resident at Barb, formerly of Kemble, esq. Hul, dec. Also, To Rob. Jobson of Leeds, gent. his royal

CIVIL PROMOTIONS. licence to take the furname of Warburton. Dward Pingo, ela; York Herald, vice

Dublin Castle, Feb. 10. Sir Luciuc O'Brien Robert Fletcher.
appointed of his Majesty's privy council, wa, Mr. Popham, Mafier in Chancery.
this day sworn at the board accordingly.

Col. Ross Secretary to Lord Cornwallis,
St James's, Feb. 13. John Cri kive Tur Gov. Gen. in the East Indies.
Acr, efq; high sheriff of Camb. and Hunt. re Bamber Gascoigne, jun. esq; Receiver Gen.
ceived the honour of knighthood.

of the Cuftoms, vice W. Mellich, esg; relig.
St. James's, Feb. 15. Dan. Douglas of Rev. Andrew Gibion, appointed to the
Folkingham, esq; sheriff of Lincoln, vice church and parish of Muckart, co. Fise, vice
Sam. Graves of Spalding, ela.

rev. Archibald Rannie, dec. Barop de Kutzleben, envoy extr. and min. Marquis of Carmarthen, High Steward of plenipo. from his S. H. the Landgrave of Helle Kingston upon Hull. Caffel, had a private audience of his Majetty, to deliver the ensigns of the most noble order

B-NKR-PTS. of the garter, with which the Landgrave was Obert' Goater, Wapping - wall, skipinvefted. And afterwards

chandler Monf. Tornello, resident from the republic Richard Neede, St. Thomas the A pufile, Deof Venice, had his audience of leave. And von, serge-maker

M. Soderini, his fucceffor in the same cha• William Junes, Bath, Somerset, wine-merch. racter, had his first private audience of his William Becket, Waney, Oxford, blankeiMajesty, to deliver his credensials..

W biseball, Feb, 18. The rev. Dr. James Alexandea Chorley, Ashton within Macker.
Gillespie, principal of St. Mary's college, St. field, Lancaster, hinge-maker
Andrew's one of his Majesty's chaplains in Thomas Burton, Kingston upon Hull, dealer
ordinary in Scotland, vice rev. Ds. Alex. Samuel Brookes, Worcester, miller
Boyce, dec.

Frances the wife of Henry Mear, Möseley,
Lord Chamb. Ofice, Feb. 21. Daniel Gib, Worcester, iunholder
late surgeon extra. is appointed surgeon in ord. Divid Dick, Birmiagham, plater
to his Majesty's boulaold, vice Ch. Hawkins, Walter Mowbray, Portsmouth, printer
cfg; promoted.

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Prices of Grain.-Theatrical Register.~-Bill of Mortality. 355

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from April 10, to April 15, 1786,

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THEATRICAL REGIST E R.
DBURY-LANE.

COVENT-GARDEN.
April 1. Percy—The Humourit.

April 1. Follies of a Day--Tbe April Fool.
3. She Would and She Would Not The 3. Werter-Omai.
Virgin Usmask's.

4. Mahomel--The Two Misers. 4. Lord of the Manor-The Romp.

6. The Duenna-Omai. 5. Redemption.

8. The Foundling-The Poor Soldier. 6. Merch.of Venice Clih, and Petruchio. 17. Romeo and Juliet--omai. 7. Redemprion.

18. The Plain Dealer--Duke and No.Duke. 8. The Heirefo-The Virgin Unmask'd. 19 The Mourning Bride-The Two Misers. 17. Twelfth Nighi - The Romp.

20. The Calile of Andaliifa-Omai.
18. The Country Girl-Double Disguise. 21. Fontainbleau--Midas•
19. She Would and She Would Not-Ar. 22. Werter- Love in a Camp.
thur and Emmeline.

24. The Bird in a Cage- The Drummer.
20. Merchant of Venice~The Romp. 25. The Foundling Omai.
21. The Heiress--The Virgin Unmask'd. 26. The Grecian Daughter-Duke and No
22. Macbeck-The Humourist.

Duke.
24. School for Scandal-Dapbne & Amintor 27. The Orphan- Love in a Camp:
25. Lord of the Minor— The Romp.

28. Robin Hood - April Fool.
26. Widow Bewitch'd-Virgin Unmask'd. 29. Castle of Andalucia - The Drummer.
27. The Heireis-The Romp.
28. She Would and She Would Not-The

Irish Widow.
29. Merch. of Venice-Daphne & Amintor

Bill of Mortality from March 7, to April 25, 1786.
Chriftened.
Buried.

2 and 5 368 50 and 60 340

5 and 10 166 60 and 70 263 Females 15.3} 3049

10 and 20 175 | 70 and 80 216 Whereof have died under two years old 1174

20 and 30 295 | 8o and 90 88

30 and 40 365 | 90 and 160 4 Peck Loaf 25.

40 and so 387 | 101

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN APRIL 1786. Bank 3 perCry 3 per Ct.Ditto 14 per C115 par Ct; Long | Short Dit o India

India India S Sea Old New. 13 per Ct, New 13 per Ct4 per Ct Excheql Lotte Stock. redoc. consols.

1726 Consol.

Ann. 1777. 1778. Stock. Ann. Bonds. Stock. Ann. Ann. 1751 Navy. Scrip. Scrip.

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WbIn he 3 per cent, Consols, the highek and lowell Price of cash Day is given ; in the other Stock the higheft Prise only.

The Gentleman's Magazine;

ST. JOHN', Gatto

London Gazette
General Evening

St. James's Chron.
Whitehall Even.
London Evening.
London Chron.
Lloyd's Evening
English Chron.
Daily Advertiser
Public Advertiser
Gazetteer
Morning Chron.
Morning Herald
Morning Post

Public Ledger Daily Courant Gener. Advertiser Oxford Cambridge Bristol 3 papers Birmingham

Derby Coventry 2 Hereford 2 Chester 2 Manchester 2 Canterbury 2

Edinburgh 5
Dublin 3
Newcastle 3.
York 2
Leeds 2
Norwich 2
Nottingham a
Exccer 2
Liverpool 2
Gloucester 2
Bury St Edmund's
Lewes
Sheffield
Shrewlbury
Winchester
Ipswich
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Leicester
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MAY, 1786.

CONTAINING Apore in Quantity and greater Aariety than any Book of ide Lind and price. Meteorol. Diaries for June 1785,& May 1786 358, OpricalPhenom.-Cherries, when introduced 389 Cathedral of Seez in Normandy described 359) Apology for Milton - Heron ontairly cenfured 390 A STATUL proposed for Mr. Howard 360 Curse of Scorland-Thicknelfe and P.de Ligne 391 Original Correspondence on Rowley's Poems 361 Fyoncy's Right to bear Arms authenticated 392 Danger of the Theological Repository 362 On the Discovery of Henry I's Bones 394 Infcriptions at Henley and Cheltenham 363 Mr. Lindsey oo Sir Isaac Newton's Religion 394 A Botanical Fact.-Johnson and Hermes 364 Diplomatic Correspondence from Originals 395 Literary Queries from Berlin and the Temple 36 Query on Time of leaving Plough answered 396 Botanical Account of Pyrus Malus Sylveftris 366 Views of Public Buildings at Dublinexplained 397 A Callupon Commentator on Domesday Book 367 Proceedings in Parliamene continued 397-405 Interesting Remarks on Tranflation of Bible 369 Pathetic Address for Widows of the Clergy 405 Translation of a Letter from Martinelli 371 Curious Notices Topography of Shareshill 400 Cipriani's Merits—THE TRIFLER, No. V. 372 REVIEW OF New PUBLICATIONS 41-425 Hamlet illuftrated-Old Seals explained 375 Catalogue of New Publications

425 Nervous Extracts from Fletcher of Saltoun 376 Variety of ORIGINAL POETRY

426-430 Remarks op Milton, with parallel Paffages 377 INDEX INDICATORIUS

431 Letter of Ben Jonson-Scri&ures on Priestley 378 Foreign Affairs-American, Irish, Scotch, Port, Mr. Hearne's Account of Sunday Schools 379) Covotry, and Domestic News, &c. 432-438 Original Memoirs of the learned Dr. Trapp 381 Lifts of Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c. 439-442 Two curious Aquatic Insects descrit 384 Theatrical Register-Price of Grain, &c, 443 Repiy to the Defender of Boswell's Journal 386) Daily Variations in the Prices of stocks

444 Illustrated with four different views of the fine old CATHEDRAL CHURCR of Se ez in NORMANDY; with Three MODERN PUBLIC EDIFICES

DUBLIN Two curious AQUATIC INSECTS; ANCIENI SEALS, &c. &c. &c.

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358 Meteorological Diaries for June, 1785, and May, 1786. June. Barometer, Thermom. Wind.

Rain Days. Iach. 20ths

Weather in June 1785.
29

52
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29 14

50
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clouds and fun, winde 3 29

55
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29 15

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29 13

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warm air, beavy clouds, rain.
29 15 57

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cloudy and mild. 29 13 55

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bright and hot. 6 13 29

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bright and hot. 7
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bright, and hot. 15 29 13

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"bright and hot. 8 [cold evens 16 29

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h.wind, thowers strongly electric, 29 18

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bluffering and cloudy, cold even.10. 18 30

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clouds and Ton. : 19 30

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gloomy and cold. 30 3 55

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cloudy and mild. 30 4

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overcast and mild. 30

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overcast and mild, 11 23

30.
3 54

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overcast and mild. 24 30

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clouds and sun,
25
30

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clouds and fun. 26

56
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bright and hot sun, brisk wind, 1a 27 30

60
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bright and bot, brisk wind.
28
29 17

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hot sun, brisk wind. 29 29 15

hot fun. 30 29 13 59

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clouds and fun,

OBSERVATIONS. i Vegetables much refreshed by the rain -2 Peas, fown Nov. 13, gatbered; and fome,

Town two months later, the same day.- Elder (lambucus nigra), and wild rose (rosa canina), begin to blow.- Corn-flag (gladiolus communis) in bloom.-- Therm, at 2 P. M. 77.- Gold and filver-fith (part in the caual. Great numbers of rooks frequent Norwood to feed on the caterpillars of the phaloena tortrix viridana, which have stripi the oaks and elms.-8 White-thorn hedges lain almost bare by the caterpillars of the phalena tinea padella.-- Moch hay-making, a very short crop; wheat in bloom, thort firaw and cars.-Io Plants in general much annoyed by caterpillars, which were fostered by the hot and dry weather..il Swifts in large numbers busily engaged at Norwood in catching the moths, which proceed from the caterpillars that have devoured the oaken leaves; most of the trees are nearly as naked as in winter. -12 Bloom of Portugal laurel perfumes the air at confiderable distance.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for May, 1786. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Barom. Weather

Barom.)

Weather in. pts.fia M

in. pts.fin May 1786.

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