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141 MARRIAGES and Birtis. knights of the Mire for Worcestershire, now BOUT the beginning of February,
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Lancelot Lee; E1q; of Coton, in 21. Right Hon. the earl of Gaimbo. Shropshire; to Miss Scrope, of Bridge- rough, at his seat at Exton in Rutlandthire, horth.
who is succeeded by his eldest son the lord Samuel Smith, jun. Efq; of Alderman- Camden, now earl of Gainsborough. bury, to Miss Watson, of Lothbury, a
26. Right Hon, the dutchess dowager 16,05cl. fortune.
of Portland, aged near 80, grandmother March 2, Edward Gale Bildero, of to the present duke, and one of the daughGray's-inn, Esq; to Miss Brass, a 10,000l. ters of the great Sir William Temple. fortune.
14. John Warde, of Squerries in Kent, Ecclefiaftical PREFERMENTS. Efq; to Miss Hotkins, of Croydon.
ICHARD Lowe, M. A. presented to 19. Mr. Samuel Wathen, an eminent surgeon in Devon (hire-square, to Mirs thire. --Richard Thomas, M. A. to the Malihus, youngest daughter of Sydenham rectory of Llanwernach, in, PembrokeMalchus, Esq; one of the directors of the
mire.-Mr. Berry Dobson, to the rectory South-Sea company.
of Thelveston, in Norfolk. --Mr. John John Shaw, Esq; of Cheshunt in Hert.
Dyer, to the rectory of Belchford, in Linfordshire, to Miss Meliora Huxley, a 25,0001 colníhire.--Mr. Scott, to the rectory of fortune.
Methley in Yorkshire. --Richard Dicey, Mr. William Cromwell, of Gray's. Inn, B. L, to the rectory of Wharton in Bucks. great grandson of the famous Oliver Crom
--Mr. Angel Chauncey, to a prebendary in well, to Mrs. Welthy, a widow lady. the diocese of Lincoln, and to the united
26. Sir George Beaumont, of Dunmow, rectory of St. Andrew Underthaft, and St. in Effex, bart. to Miss Howland, neice to
Mary Axe, in London, in the room of Dr. Mr. Edward Coldham, of St. John's-street, Moss, promoted to St. James's, WeltRobert Ball, Esq; of Stonehouse in
minster, (See p. 45.) Mr. Alwood, Gloucestershire, to Miss Dickinson, daugh- chosen lecturer of St Margaret, Westmin. ter of Marthe Dickinson, Erq; alderman of fter, in the room of Scawen Kenrick, Queenhithe ward, a 12,000l, fortune, D.D. who resigned.-Mr. Christopher PrerMarch 9. The lady of the Rt. Rev. che
ton, presented to the vicarage of Coton, bishop of St. Alaph, delivered of a fon.
alias Chilverston, in Warwickshire.- Mr. The lady Elizabeth Wortley, eldest Patterson, to tlie living of St. Mary Stoken, daughter of the earl of Orrery, of fon. in Berks.-Dr. Long, master of Pembroke. - 22. Counters of Dyfert, also of a fon.
hall, and professor of astronomy in the DEATHS.
university of Cambridge, to the living of Feb, 24. IR
Bradwell Juxta Mare, in Eflex. - Mr. bart, auditor-general of Scot.
Richard Roberts, to the rectory of Frey. land.
ftrrp, in Pembrokeshire. - Edward Muf28. The Rt. Hon, the earl of Stafford,
grave, M. A. to the vicarage of Triploe, who is succeeded in dignity and estate by
in Cambridgeshire. ins uncle, now in France.
PROMOTIONS Civil and Military. March 2. Mr. Batty Langley, an eminent forveyor and architect, well known to the R. Richard Grindall, chosen a liftant publick by his many useful books on archi. lecture, defigning, drawing, &c.
when 461 governors ballotted.-Mr. George 6. The Re. Hon, Henry Lowther, lord Sinclair, advocate, made one of the lords viscount Lonsdale, baron Lowther of Low. of council and session in Scotland. - Sir ther in Westmoreland.
Peter Halket, bart. made col. to che reg. Rt. Hon. che lord viscount Mountgarret,
of foot, late Lee's, deceased.-Alexander the first viscount of Ireland.
Duroure, Esq; made col. to the reg. of foot, 9. Mr. William Foster, an eminent filk- late Phillips's, deceased. -Robert Butcher, min, in Ave-Mary lane, who a few days Efq; made gentleman of his majesty's before had a tumour cut out of his thigh, buttery, in the room of Peter Campbell, which weighed 8 pounds and g ounces. Eiq; deceased. - Job Staunton Charlton,
13. Major general Fleming, col. of a Erq; made clerk of the deliveries in the reg. of foot at Gibraltar.
office of ordinance.--Lord Robert Man. 18. Rt. Hon. William earl of Coventry, ners, made col, of the reg. of foot, late viscount Deerhurst, lord lieut. and cur- Fleming's, deceased.- John Leighton, E'q; tos rotulorum of Worcestershire, and one made lieut-governor of Portsmouth, in of his m jesty's most Hon. privy council. the room of Peter Campbell, Esq; deceased, He is succeeded by his eldest son, George
[Bankrupts in our next.) William, lord viss, Deerhurst, one of the
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS, 1751. 143 HE French are every day not only by the king of Portugal, he has larely re. T
duced the duties payable upon the importaject for increafing their trade and improv- tion of Sugar from Brazil to one half of ing their marine : For these purposes, re. what have been paid for some years, in veral fhips have lately failed with recruits, order to restore that branch of trade', which to compleat the garisons in their several has been almoft ruined by the high duties. American colonies; and it is reckoned that At Madrid they have advice from Peru, above 600 officers discharged fince the peace, that a deep cavern has been discovered in a are gone to serve in those colonies. Anum- village called Urcos, about 15 miles from ber of vessels are fitting out in order to Cusco, upon the river Quiquixana, in which transport artillery and ammunition to the were three coffins of mally gold, two inchcoast of Africa, and likewise fome hun. es and a half thick, wherein, as far as they dreds of people, who are intended to found could judge from some Hieroglyphicks ena colony there : In order to improve their graved upon them, were deposited the bones Turkey trade,, they have, besides the so of three of the ancient kings of Peru. sols per ton upon foreign shipping, impo- From Vienna we have advice, that on sed a duty of to per cent, upon all goods March 19, N. S. her imperial majesty was imported from the Levant by foreign ships; happily delivered of a princess. and that they may never want expert sea- By accounts from several places we are officers, a marine academy has been esta. told of great preparations making by the blished at Breft, the members of which are Turks for a war in Europe, and that seve. directed to compile a dictionary for explain. ral changes have been made in the divan, ing every thing relating to naval affairs.
all of which seem to tend the same way; An expedient is talked of at Paris for which is the more to be apprehended, as composing the difference between the king the troubles in Persia seem to increase raof France and his clergy ; the latter being
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