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ALPHABETICAL List of BANKRUPTC1Es and Divite Nns announced between
the zoth of Oślober and the zoth of November, extracted from the London Gazettes.
MARRIAGES AND DEATHS IN AND NEAR LONDON. With Biographical Sketches of Dr. Ingenhouse, Dean Tucker, Lord Charlement, and Dr. Withering."
what is far better, a man of genuine philanthropy. In the year 1771, when a strong attempt was made to procure an abolition of subscription to the thirty-nine articles, Dr. Tucker came forward as an able and moderate advocate of the church of England. About
this time he published “ Directions for Travellers,” in which he lays down excellent
teret of this prelate Mr. Tucker obtained a rules, by which gentlemen who vifit foreign
countries may not only improve their own minds, but turn their observations to the benefit of their native country. The Dean was an attentive observer of the American contest. He examined the affair with a very different eye from that of a party-man, or an interested merchant; and he discovered, as be
in which his principal design is to counter &
the doctrines of the celebrated Mr. Locke ani. his followers. The book made a considerable noise, and was very sharply attacked by several able writers on the democratic fide of the question, particularly by Dr. Towers. The year following he closed his political career with a pamphlet intitled “Cow Boos for in which he balances the profit and loss of each of the belligerent powers, and recapitu- . lates all his former positions on the subject of war and colonial policilions. His publications since that period have consisted of some tracts on the commercial regulations of Ireland, on the exportation of woollens, and on the iron trade. In 1777 he published sevenicea plactical sermons, in one volune, 2-tavo. In the year