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17511 Ibe MONTHLY CHRONOLOGER.
475 Gent to several of the masters, by some of ordered for execution, with the eleven, re. the journeymen, as is supposed, declaring ceived the night before his majesty's most they would set fire to their houses, unless gracious reprieve, upon a representation of they would give more wages, his majesty the keeper of Newgate, altested by the was pleased to promile a reward of sol. late meriffs of London and Middlesex, that for every person who shall be convicted of the laid Samuel Eager had made a discovery fending che raid letters, within 12 months of a design that was set on foot among the from the date of the above said order. felons to murder the keeper, and make
Cambridge, 08. 19. A grace has pass. their escape. ed in the senate of this university to return
FRIDAY, 25. thanks to the duke of Newcastle, our Came on before the lord. mayor, &c. at chancellor, for his annual gift of two gold the fellions of the peace, by adjournment medals (each of ten guineas value) to be at Cuildhall, the hcaring between the mar. given to two bachelors of arts, who mall ters and journeymen taylors, when, aller appear to have made the best proficiency in about 4 hours, the court determined in fa. classical, as well as philosophical learning. vour of the journeymen, that their wages SUNDAY, 20.
should be 25. td. ter day, from Lady-Day The court went into mourning for his to Midsummer. Day, and 29. from Mid. late moft ferene highness the prince of summer to Lidy-Day, with the usual al. Orange.
lowance of breakfasting money, and to MONDAY, 21.
work from lix in the morning to seven ac The feffions ended at the Old-Bailey, when night. The ten following malefactors received sen It having been laid before his majerry in tence of death, v z. Samuel Bacon, for robe council, cha: ie was apprehended an crcape bing John Biettle of a gold watch and as., had bten formed for Mifs Blandy to be near his own house on Murwe'l- Hill: Alex. made out of Oxford goal, where she is Byrne, James Mallone, and Terence Mac confined for poiloning her father, (see p. Cane, for robbing Benjamin Smart of a 379.) the high sheriff of Oxfordfire
was, hat and os. in Whitechapel : William by letter from the duke of Newcallie, dia Holmes, John Newion, and Francis Man rected to take particular care of her ; deville, for robbing Jofeph Chandler of 258. whereupon the was iminediately ordered to near Whitechapel : Elizabeth Wills, for be put in irons. stealing a piece of printed cotton out of The king was pleased to grant his roythe Mop of Edward Ayres : Edmund Clark al charter for incorporating several of his and Weston Rakes, for robbing Thomas majesty's loving subjects therein named, Tipping in Covent Garden.
and their successors for ever, by the name At this sessions Philip Gibson, who last of The Society of Antiquaries of London. fessions would not accept of his majesty's
TUESDAY, 29. clemency, to be transported, instead of Thomas W.nier bortom, Esq; the new being executed, was brought to the bar, lord-Mayor of London, was sworn in ac and asked pardon of the court for his for Weltminster with the usual solemnity. mer behaviour, and received sentence of
WEDNESDAY, 30. transportation for 14 years. (See p. 427.) His majesty's birth-day was celebrated, TUESDAY, 22,
who then entered into the 69th ycar of his This being the birth-day of her royal age. highness the princess dowager of Orange The last advices from Turin acquaint us, and Nassau, eldest daughter of his present that a report has been made by the mathemajesty, who then entered into the 43d maticians that were sent to view the hurrie, year of her age, his majesty received the ing mountain that lately broke out in the compliments of the nobility, &c. on that neighbourhood of Bonne la Ville, in the occasion, at Kensington palace.
territory of Faucigne, frum whence it apWEDNESDAY, 23.
pears, that it resembles Ætna and Veru. Of the 17 malefactors condemned at the vius in every respect, except that it ejects a Old- Bailey in September, whose crimes may great deal more smoke, from which it is be seen in our iaft, p. 427, the 11 follow. conjectured, that the beds of fulphur lie ing were this morning executed at Tyburn, very far below the surface of the earth at viz. Robert Steel, Anne Berry, William the summit of the mountain. (See p.425.) Newman, John March, David Brown, Ifward Bland, John Jarmey, John Car.
MARRIAGHS and Births. buld, John Ireland, Bridget Shepherd, and
LEXANDER Hay, Esq; Jihn Robertson. Steel, who was executed
of Barlow in Bucks, to Miss for the murder of his wife, was carried Sherman, of South Audley-streer, to Sheppard's Bush, and there hung in 30. Charles Ewing, Esq; a young gen. chains. The 5 foilowing were reprieved. tleman of a large eftate near Mansfield in when the recorder made his report, viz. Nottinghamshire, to Miss Jane Hammond, Jebb, Newhouse, Hunter, Brooke, and of Camberwell, Smith. And Samuel Eager, who had been OOo3
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Sept. 24, D4 Halkerton, in Scotland.
476 MARRIAGES, DEATHS, &c. Oct.
Robert Mann, E'q; of the Custom-house, 28. The lady of Jennings, Efq; to Miss Patty Nobbs,
of a son. Oct. 1. Arthur Hassleworth, Elq; to 29. The lady of Sir Joseph Broughton, Miss Shaw, of Winchester, a 20,00ol for of a son and heir. tune.
Oct. 2. The lady of the Hon. 2. George Farland, Esq; of Red Lion Stanhope, Esq; of a son and heir. streer, Holb:sn, to Miss Martha Wood, The lady of col. Thomas, filter to the of Oid-Bond street.
earl of Albemarle, of a son. 4. Creswell Tayleur, of the Middle Tem 4. The lady of Thomas Clarges, Esq; fon ple, Esq; to Mils Phillis Walker, of Cra. of Sir Thomas Clarges, of a son and heir. ven-buildings.
s. The lady of lord Francis Seymour, James Rodney, Esq; to Miss Anne New. of a daughter. comhe, of Soho-square, a 12,000l. fortune. 7. The lady of Sir Wm. Bryant, of a fon.
8. Mr. David Andree, of Leadenhall. The lady of Walter Perkins, Esq; of a Atreet, an eminent Italian merchant, to son and heir. Miss Jenny Girardott, daughter of Andrew
DEATHS. Girardott. Efq; of New. Broad-street.
A VID lord Falconer, of John Holmden, Esq; poffetred of a confiderable estate, to Miss Ruth Martyn, of 29. John Plumtree, Eíq; member of New-North-ftreet.
parliament for St. Ives, and treasurer and 9. Jonathan Stephens, Esq; of Tower
paymaster of the ordnapce. hill, to Mrs. Mary Britt, relict of Samuel 30. Charles Coltsworth, Eiq; poffeffed Britt, Esq; of Peckham.
of a large estate near Cheshunt, in Herte 11. Robert Sherman, Esq; possessed of fordthire. a large estate in Wiltshire, to Miss Cooke, O&t. 2. Thomas Matthews, Elq; memof St. James's-square, a 15,000l, fortune. ber of parliament for Carmarthen: He was
12. Mr. Robert Slingsby, an eminent admiral and commander of his majesty's Turkey merehant, to Miss Steele, of Tow. feet in the Mediterranean, and one of the er. ftreet, with a fortune of 4000l, and elder brothers of the Trinity. house. 2001. per Annum.
4. Hon. Horatio Townshend, second. Charles Moore, E!q; of the Middle commissioner of the Excise, and brother Temple, to Miss Elizabeth Moore.
to the late lord visc. Townshend, formerly Edward Parton, Esq; of an antient fa. secretary of fate. mily in Norfolk, to Miss Polly Fairchild, Rt. Rev. Dr. Mordecai Carey, lord bishop of Devonshire-street.
of Killalos, in Ireland. Edward Legrand, Esq; lieutenant of the Andrew Hutchinson, Esq; a captain ia yeomen of the guards, to Miss Davenant. the first regiment of root guards.
George Popplewell, Erg; of East Ret. Miss Clutterbuck, eldest daughter and fo:d, to Mrs. Cromwell, of Gainsborough. one of the coheiresses of the late Thomas
'13. Anthony Huskins, Esq; of a confi. Clutterbuck, Esq; treasurer of the Navy. derable fortune in the Wert Indies, to Miss 5. Mr. Thomas Bray, Clerk to the truf. Alice Watson, of Broad-street.
tees of Iington Turnpike. 15. Robert Starkey, Esq; of Epsom. to George Hilton, Erq; in the commiffion Miss Clutterbuck, of Downton, in Wilts. of the peace for Sussex.
William Jermy, Esq; of Bayfield, in 8. Rev. Dr. Marten, dean of Worcester, Norfolin, to Miss Preston, of Beeston, in canon of Windsor, &c. the same county.
10. Alexander lord Saltoun, in Scotland. Edward Vaughan, of Llancrenach, in 13. Hon. Charles William Archer, Esq; the county of Brecon, Esq; to Miss Molly at Westbrook, in Bedfordshire, Skinner.
14. Mr. James Philips, who lately re16, Mr. Samuel Roy, of Lisbon, to Miss signed being one of the surgeons of St. Hinds, of great St. Helen's.
Bartholomew's hospital. 19. Joseph Hinxman, Esq; of Hinton, 15. Jacob Mendez de Costa, sen. for. near Chrift.Church, Hancs, to Miss Gold merly an eminent Jew merchant. wire, of Salisbury.
Henry Cook, Efq; in the commission of Nathaniel Braffey, Esq; an eminent ban tbe peace
for Hertford/hire. ker in Lombard. Atreet, to Miss Phillips, of 18. Rev. Robert Eyton, D. D. arch. Herefordshire.
deacon of Ely, prebendary of Hereford, 20. Mr. Ball, an eminent maltfter and rector of Wem, and vicar of Wellington, hop-planter in Kent, to Miss Bell, of Ro. in Shropshire, and one of his majesty's therhitne.
justices of the peace. 26. Ralph Haynes, Esq; of Edmonton, Mr. lerjeant Belfield, whose death was to Miss Elizabeth Graves, of Enfield. occafioned by the overturning of his coach,
Sept, 27. The lady of the Rt. Hon, the which didlocated his collar.bone. Iord PTulfone, delivered of a sop,
1751 DEATHS, PROMOTIONS, &c.
477 Thomas Lampriere, Esq; an eminent by the provost and fellows of Queen's-coland wealthy merchant, formerly governor lege, Oxford, to the re&tory of Bramley, in of Jersey,
Hampshire: They also cle&ed him principa Major Parry, late of lieutenant ge of Edmund Hall in that univerfity.-Mr. peral Otway's regiment, in the 81st year Steed, by the lord chancellor, to the livof his age, who had been a commission ing of Woodmanftone, in Surrey. - John officer upwards of 60 years, and served Waugh, LL. D. and chancellor of the dio. bravely in the wars of Ireland, Flanders, cese of Carline, appointed by his majesty Spain and Portugal.
to be dean of Worcester, in the room of 20. John Lamb, Esq; in the commission Dr. Marten, deceased. George Henry of the peace for Herefordshire.
Rook, D, D. made a prebendary in the 21, Rt. Hon. the lord visc. Powerscourt, cathedral church of Bristol.-Mr. Theophi. of the kingdom of Ireland, at Chelsea. lus Kirk, presented by the lord chancellor,
23. Mr. Draper, in Hatton Garden, to the vicarage of Barton upon Umber, in author of the Morning-Walk, and several Devonshire. Thomas Lowe, M. A. by other miscellaneous pieces : He was fora
his majesty, to the rectory of Epworth, merly a supercargo in the East. India com in Lincolnshire. --William Paxton, M. A. pany's service.
also by his majesty, to the vicarage of 23. Rev. Dr. Philip Smalridge, chancel. Buckland Brewer, with the chapelries of lor of the diocese of Worcester, and one Buckworthy and East Putford, in Devon. of the prebendaries.
shire Robert Carey, of Hampstead, Efq; an
PROMOTIONS Civil and Military. eminent Virginia merchant. 26. Rev. John Wilson, D. D. fenior fel.
EORGE James Williams, Esq; made low and bursar of Trinity college, Cam.
inspector general of the inland duties bridge.
of excise. - Henry Hitch, of Leathley, in 27. Edward Alexander, Esq; senior Yorkshire, Esq; made receiver- general of prodor of Doctors. Commons, one of the the land tax and duty on houses, for the governors of Bridewell and Bethlem hofpi Weft-Riding of that county, city of York, tals, and oldest member of the Society of and Aynsty ; and Marmaduke Constable, Antiquaries, London,
Esq; receiver-general for the North and Her grace the dutchefs dowager of Rute East. Ridings. - Henry Harnage, Esq; made land, in an advanced age.
register. general of tobacco in Great. Bri.
tain.-Mifs Grey, made one of the maids Ecclefiaßical PROTERMENTS. of honour to her royal highness the prin. R. Child, fellow of Baliol college, cels dowager of Wales.- Captain Wilson,
made a lieut. col. in the 3d battalion of the burnham, to the rectory of Haddescome, first reg. of foot guards.Major James Ox. in Effex — Mr. Blemel Pollard, by Sir Phi. enden, made major in the ad reg. of foot lip Boteler, Bart. to the rectory of Orler. guards.-Hugh Rolls, Efq; made a capton, in Romney-Marth. Thomas Hobson, tain, and Richard Ellis, Esq; an enfign, in M. A. appointed by the lord bishop of the 3d reg. of foot guards-Frederick Ware, London, one of the preachers at his ma Esq; made an enfign in the first reg. of jesty's chapel at Whitehall. --Mr. Thomas foot guards.-Ebenezer Darcy, Efq; made Chapman, presented to the living of St. a major in col. Wolfe's reg. of foot. Mary's, Newcalle.--Mr. Holford, elected Capt. licut. Godwin made captain, lieut. by the prelident and governors of St. Tho. Brown capt. lieutenant, lieut. Strachey mas's hospital, minister of St. Thomas's first lieutenant, and lieut. Campbell second church, Southwark. Mr. John Warcopp, lieutenant, in the royal reg. of artillery. presented by the lord bishop of Durham, James Butler, Esq; made comptroller to the living of B nop. Aukland, together of ihe excise in England and Wales. with the vicarage of Concliffe, in the coun. William Mellich, Eq; made commissioner ty of Durham. — Mr. Webbersey, nomi. of the excise, in the room of the Hon. nated by the lord Ravensworth, to the cu. Horatio Townshend, Esq; deceased.Ifaac racies of Lamelly and Tanfield, in Nor. Holmes, Esq; made a captain, and Alex. thumberland. - James Allen, M. A. pre. ander Bright, Esq; an adjutant in col. Her. sented by
Lulhington, of Canter. bert's reg. of foot.-Duke of St. Alban's, bury, Esq; to the vicarage of Rodmer. made custos rotulorum of the county of Mam, io Kent. - Samuel Christie, B. D. Berks. – Mr. Humphrey Elmes, chosen by the lord bishop of Peterborough, to the clerk to the trustees of Iington Turnpike. vicarage of Al). Saints cum Bolesworth, in - Lady viscounters Howe, made one of Northamptonshire. Mr. Bland, by the the ladies of honour to the princess dowa. Jord chancellor, to the living of Tring, in
ger of Wales, Hertfordihire. - George Fothergill, D. D,
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cient houses, and the dignity of the printhe death of his serene highness the cipal and most ancient electors, and so en." prince of Orange, our stadtholder, her deavour to get a king of the Romans elect. royal highness the princess dowager has ed almost without, or, as one may say, taken the oaths, and been acknowledged by against their consent and approbation. To most of the provinces as governante or re sacrifice one's rights, to see one's dignity gent of the republick, and guardian to her debased, to suffer the Germanick body to be con, our hereditary sadtholder, who on oppressed, would be cowardice, and not the 25th was unanimously elected president complaisance. Therefore, all that the king of the college of nobles, and a deputation can do on this occasion, as well for the sako immediately sent to the princess his mother of peace as to give her majesty the enipress to acquaint her therewith. (See p. 473,
a sincere mark of his friendship, is to open 474.)
to her the ways of reconciliation, and Paris, October 8, N. S. There has been point out the means whereby all the parties handed about here, a note or memorial de. concerned may be re-united for this eleclivered lately to the imperial minister at the tion. If her majesty the empress thinks Pruffian court, of which the following is she has gone too far in this affair to drop an extract. “The empress seemed to stand it, and is not against its fucceeding by leout a long while against fulfilling the en. gal methods, the king makes her the fol. gagement entered into by the treaty of lowing propositions :" Dresden, for procuring his Prussian majesty These propofitions are, That her impe. the empire's guaranty of Silesia, and call rial majesty should satisfy the elector Palaed upon the king to settle definitively the tine's demands, or abide by the manner in affair of the debts, which makes another which his Prussian majesty and the king of article of that peace. The king agreed to France should settle them: That her impethis, upon condition that the said guaranty rial majesty and her allies should guaranty of the empire Tould be given him, and the tranquillity of the North, and that his that, pursuant to the same treaty of peace, Pruffian majesty and his allies should be. trade should be put on the footing it food come guaranties, that Sweden shall never in the year 1739, until a new treaty of establish despotism : “ After these prelimi.' commerce could be agreed upon. Since naries, says he, one may agree about the that time, the empress offered to get the tatelage of the young king of the Romans, commifforial decree for the empire's gua in case the emperor should die before he ranty laid before the dyet ; but the article comes to age, (which God forbid) and on of the debts is yet obstructed and delayed the capitulation of that prince, in order to by that relating to commerce.”
secure the freedom of future elections, and And a little further his majesty goes on maintain the rights, privileges, and prero. thus : “Not long fince some overtures were gatives of all the members of the Germamade to his majesty, about electingthe arch pick body." duke Joseph to the dignity of king of the Ro. And his majefty concludes thus : “That mans, but those overtures were inade after if the last acswer concerning the election concerting the affair with most of the other of the archduke Jofeph, is not such as the electors, and afrer the youngest member court of Vienna could have desired, it must of the electoral college had used illicit be attributed to the measures she has pur. means, prohibited by the golden bull, and sued, and to the patriotal sentiments of the contrary to the oath it requires, in order king, who thinks it the duty of one of the to secure great part of the suffrages to the frít electors to maintain the dignity, the candidate he proposed ; means which too liberty, the laws of the empire, and the much debase the majesty of the Germanick majesty of the Germanick body.” body, and fap the very foundations of the From Stockholm we hear, that on the rith molt sacred conftitutions of the empire. ult. Mr. Wickman was publickly behead. The king was grieved at the illegality of ed there, for holding treasonable correspon. those proceedings, and the answer he made dences with a foreign power whift he was to the court of Vienna was such as the in Finland. That on the 27th the openought to expect from a good patriot, who ing of the general diet of the states of the has no other interest at heart than that of kingdom of Sweden was prcclaimed there the country.
with the usual solemnity ; that count GylMatters rested there ; and it is certain lenbourg has been elec id marthal of tha that if any one has cause to complain, 'tis diet, te the great satisfaâion of all sides ; rather the king than the empress, fince it that they have granted 200,000 crowns is a thing unheard of before, to negle&t col yearly to the king, 100,000 to the queen, lecting the opinions of the chief princes of and 25,000 to the prince royal ; and that the empire, in an important affair, and they have hitherto been very unanimous in proceed by prohibited ways, without hav. all their procesdings. ing any regard to the right of the mot an