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- reparated the great carotid artery, the woYesterday morning the following acci. man thereby lost so great a quantity of dent happened at lady Pakington's, at Per.' blood, that the expired in less than two diswell, near Worcester. Her Jadyship's hours. The only renible words she was (wo poftilions being in the servants hall, heard to repeat the whole time were, “O where a gun happened to lie upon the death ! death! death!" foon after which dieffer, one of them casually took it up, the expired in agonies. noć imagining it was charged, and band
в г в тн. ling it in a careless manner, it suddenly The dutchess of Marlborough of a daughwent off, and instantly killed his fellow ter. servant John Corfield. The coroner's
MARRIAGES. inquest have brought in their verdiet ac- The bon. Marmaduke Marvel, Esq. to cidental killing by misadventure. And on Miss Charlotte Morgan of Swansey, GlaWednesday the fervant, in whose hand the morganshire. Thomas Welt, Esq. of Changun went off, was committed to gaol, in cery-Lane, to Miss Greathead of Colney order to be tried at the next allizes. Ha:ch, in Middlesex. ----- Duffield, Esq. TUESDAY, Dec. 25.
to Miss Sutton. Captain Sempill, to Miss This being Christmas-day, and an high Clive, youngest bíter of lord Clive. Joha festival, there was a brilliant court at St. Ke-ling, Elq, an eminent brewer in ClerJames's, when the knights companions of kenweli, to Mifs Round of that place. the most noble' orders of the Garter, Tbiftle, Henry Wefteora, of Queen's County, in Ireand Bath, appeared in the coilars of their land, to Miss Harriot Murray, youngest respective orders.
daughter of lady dowager Blaney. Charles On Saturday last in the afternoon, a Garth, Esq. to Miss Fanny Cooper, of sailor accidentally ran against a porter in Camberwell. Savill Finch, Esq. member Threadneedle-Street, wbich the latter re- . for Malton, to Miss Fullerton, of Dorsetsenting fo far as to strike him, though the fire. Major Moncrieff, to Miss Polly other had very civilly asked his pardon for Lungstone. Henry Panton, Esq. member it ; a battle ensued, in which the porter for the city of Winchester, to Miss Knowles falling with his head against a stone, he of Canterbury, Sir James Maxwell of fractured his skull, and unfortunately died Pollock, bare. to Miss Fanny Colquhoun, on the spor. The sailor not being the ag- of St. Kit's. Mr. Baker of Covent-Gargreffor, the populace suffered him to make den theatre, to the amiable Miss Miller of his escape.
the same house, Samuel Daniel, El. of WEDNESDAY, Dec. 26.
King Itreet, Westminster, to Miss French His majesty has been pleased to grant of Privy Garden. Rev. Mr, Hays of Dupletters. patent appointing the right hon, ham, to Mils Porrett. Alhton Lever, John earl of Hyndford to be vice-admiral Esq.of Alksington, to Miss Fanny Bayley. of Scotland, in the room of the right hon. Thomas Walker of Lincolns-Inn, Esq. to James earl of Findlater, deceased.
Miss Baldwyn of Grosvenor-street. His majesty has also been pleased to ap
DEAT! . point the right hon. Hugh earl of North Her grace the dutchess of Roxburgh, umberland (lord lieutenant of Ireland) to Lady Amelia Hotham. Dr. George Stone, be vice-admiral of all America.
aichbishop of Armagh, primate of all IreTHURSDAY, Dec. 27.
land. The hon. lieur. gen. Thomas MurOn Sunday morning, the following un- ray. Philip Baynton, Esq. Capt. Patrick happy accident happened at Mr. Bailey's, Oxilvię. Mr. James Leake, bookseller at a congderable dealer in tripe, &c. in Trot- Batis. Wm. Mabbotr, Erq. Capt. James ter-Alley, Bermondsey-street. About 8 Strangeway. Thomas Drummond, Esq: o'clock his woman fervant was, without Rev, Mr. Barnard Mills. Wm. Merrick, any known previous circumstances, sud. Esq. capt, in the Gloucestershire militia. denly taken with a fit of lunacy, and im- Rev. Mr. Ben, Took, Edmund Bowyer, mediately ran into a back kitchen,' where Esq. Mr. Orpin, engraver. Lieut. AlexThe took up a knife and cut her throat. ander Gordon, Hon. Mrs. Lowler. PhiMr. Capel, a surgeon in that neighbour- lip Dution, Erq. Thomas Kentih, Esq. hood, being sent for, he direally fewed up Col Graham, at Barbadoes. At the inand the wound; but although the wind-pipe of Granada, Join Woodward, Erg. Sir was mired being cut, yet as the koile had John Sinclair, bast. The hon. Mr. James
Home of Aytenball. Mr. Robert Lloyd, • BANKRUPI S. the celebrated poet. Bartholomew Web- John Morkins, of Ely, in the Ine of ster, Erą. Rev. Richard Walker, vice- Ely, Cambridgeshire, John Ireland, of master of Trinity-college, Cambridge. At King.streer, in the pariin of St. Margaret, Stockton, ---- Burton, Erq. Isaac Thorn Westminster, Middlesex, peruke maker. ton, Esq. Nathan Elmes, Esq. Rev. Mr. Hugh Rose, now or late of East Cowes in Wm. Noble.
the Ine of Wight, Hampshire, merchant. PROMOTIONS.
George Morris, late of Duke-street, LinThomas Sewell, Esq. Master of the Rolis. coln's-Ion - Fields, Middlesex, grocer. John Montfort Browne, E'q. lieut. gov. of West Pearce, of the paria of East Moulley, Sur. Florida. His grace the duke of Marlbo- ry, victualler. Samuel Wells, late of Adrough, elected a governor of the Charter- dlethorp, Lincolnshire, dealer. Henry House. Samuel Gibbs, Esq. nominated a Gardner, late of the parish of St. Ann Limecape. in the roth reg. of dragoons. Capt. house, Middlesex, mariner. Charles Hart, Wm. Harcourt, lieut. col. of the ziit reg. late of Richmond, Suriy, grocer. John of foot. Thomas Sandby, Esq. fteward to Beardmore and Alexapder Maidstone, his royal highness the duke of Cumberland. both of Thames-ftreet, London, oilmen. Robert Wood, Esq. groom-porter to his Mary Blake, of Winchester, milliner and majesty. John Richmond Webb, Esq. haberdasher. John Warner Phipps, late member for Boffinney, in Cornwall, ap- of London, mercbant. John Jefferson, of pointed one of the Welch judges. Major Cheapfide, London, brazier. John HaAlexander Duncan lieut, col. of the 55th milton, of Sc. Giles's in the Fields, Middlereg, of toot. Rachel Lloyd, housekeeper fex, painter, glazier, and b:cker. Joseph and wardrobe-keeper of his majesty's pa Cawthorne, late of the isand of Madeira, Jace at Kensington. Ulyffes Brown, Esq. but now of London, merchani, (copartner lub b.igadier and cornet in the ad croop of with Wm. Cawthorne). Sir Thomas ho fe guards.
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YEARLY BILL OF MORTALITY. A general Bill of all the Christenings and Burials, from Dec. 13, 1763, to Dec. 11, 1964. "Males christened 8593 | Males buried
11503 Females 8208 Females
Charles XII. of Sweden, anecdotes of 413
13-of the city of London to the royal 263~of Septimius Severus's arch, &c.
507 Dolpbin-fly, method of destroying 580
532 272, 326, 382, 440, 494, 550, 606,
Doncaster, Scot, earl of, genealogy of 201
Berkley, earl of, genealogy of
Eaft- India affairs ; pamphlets relative to
Ecclefiaftical preferments 388, 556, 612,
S57 Egypt, description of the pyramids of 485
450 Elephant, diverting instance of the sagacity
429 tracted i om
96, 142, 186
Fear, sudden effect of in a deferter.265 Hiftory of Erastus and Eliza
writings of 225, 289, 341, 406. Headley, bishop, anecdote of
Hogarth, William, memoirs of
400 Holderneffe, earl of, genealogy of
24 Husbandry, the advantages of; a fable
53 Ibrabim and Almira: an eastern tale 619
118, 173, 232, 307, 352, 415, 461, Impoffor detected
Impofture, account of a remarkable, at
. 363 Indian ink, recipe for making
Innocence protected; an oriental tale 184
30 King's speech to both houses of parliament
258 Kneller, fir Godfrey, anecdote of 117
96 L'Espion Chinois, 'humorous 'letter from
94 Letter from fir Walter Raleigh to prince
456 -- original, from Mr. Pope to the durch-
425 Mr. Hervey
37, 56 Letters of secrecy, artificial water for wri-
179 Liberty of the press ; essay on the
204 Litchfield, earl of, genealogy of
252 Lutber, anecdote of
336 Manifesto published on the death of prince
387 Marli, description of the palace of 209
of Clerimont and Arabella 430 Maximilian, account of the emperor 11
473 Medicis, John and Garcias de; account of