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Died. At Gibraltar, Mr. Waterman, try-house at Capet, and buried near Quarterman of his Majesty's Dock- those of his lady, which are preserved yard. He was the only person drowned in fpirits of wine. The relatives of the by the loss of the Wealel brig, lately, deceated, with his nephew, about 11 on Cabritta Point. On the 6th of years of age, at the r ficad, formed the February, at Martinique, in confe- proceflion. They were followed by a quence of the wounds he received in great number of persons to whom the dean attack upon one of the enemy's posts, cealed bad been a benefactor during his Lieut. Neville, of the Centaur man ot lite, and were inęt at Capet by feveral war, son of J. P. Neville, Esq. of Badf- of the citizens of Geneva, dreiled in worth. He is the last of seven brothers mourning. Since the death of diadane who have fallen in their country's fer- Neckar, in 1796, he fcemed to have rice.-At Paris, a young Ruflian, who lost all relith for the enjoyments of life, lately came to study the art of drawing, and had long been in the habit of going and who was one of the competitors at alone daily to v fit her renains, His the last exhibition at the Louvre, was lo daughter, the Baroneis de Stacl, is the chagrined at having obtained only the fole heiress to his large property. Afourth or fifth prize, that on his return mongti many other poithumious works, to Pralin's hotel, where he lodged, he he has left onc, entitled Dernierts Vues, took up a kitchen knife, and, after de 80.–At D’Elwart's, near Cambray, M. Atroying all his designs, concluded with D'Orbay, General of Artillery, aged 89. cutting his own throat. --At Stockho'm, He had terved in that corps erer unce the great General and first Architect to 1744; and, notwithitanding his great che King, Louis Jean Defpres. He was açe, commanded the artillery of the a native of France, and in his youth army of the forth in the two first cam. had been sent by the King to Rome. paigns after the revolution. To the Guttavus IIT, from the account he had military talents wbich he poflefled, as received of this young artist, invited him he united the focial virtues in an emito Stockholm, where he died.--The latenent degree, his lofs is lentbly felt by reigning Duke of Saxa Gotha: he was a numerous fainily, of which he was an born on the 30th of Jan. 1745. Hc for- ornament.-At Moscow, the Countelbade in his will all ceremony at his bu- lor M. Kraft, leaving a widow and leven rial, except fuch as is usual for his loweit children. The talents, philanthropy, subjects. His funeral took place in the and benevolence of this worthy man night of the 2t5h ult, with the utmodt will be long remembered in that city, privacy. A grave was dug in his Eng. As manager under the Count Roftoplin, lim garden, at the foot of that of bis he had the daily care of axty lick pertwo children. The infant grand-daugh- fons, and expended inore than 5,000 ter of the Duke had previoully ordered thalers every year in medicines. Upo flowers to be strewed all the way to the wards of 1,000 persons were the regugrave. It was midnight when the inter- lar attendants upon bis funeral, and ment took place; and the body, wrap- thus expreiled one of the moit genuine ped in linen, being borne by the gentle- panegyrics upon his life. Count Rosa men of the ducal chamber, was then toptin, who justly estimated the virtues gently laid in the earth, and lightly con of the deceased, means to perpetuate vered with the finest mould, without the memory of M. Kraft hy erecting an any farther ceremony. A very dark but handiome monument, and allowing his ftill night favoured the folemnity of the widow a yearly salary of 2,000 thalers, scene. A tree has been planted upon The Counters Roftoplin has also appro. the spot by the hand of Prince Frederic, priated the fun of 20,000 thalers to the the Duke's fon, and which is intended education of the children of the deto complete the decorations both of the ccafed.--At Rume, Cardinal Lorengarden and the grave.--At Geneva, zana, of a fit of the apoplexy, in the M. Neckar, the ciderant financier of 83d year of his age. This prelate was France: conformably to his will, his generally Ityled, “ the Father of the remains were transferred to his coun, Poor,"