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Chancery, and sat in Court as such --Mr. Sealy, of Coade's Artificial Stona under Lord Talbot, Lord Hardwicke, Manufactory, and a Serjeant in the Lord Northington, and Lord Camden, Lainbeth Volunteers. In pailing thro' and in 1765 was appointed Keeper of Pedlar's Acre on the preceding Thurfthe Books of Entries of Decrees and day evening, it being very dark, he usOrders of the Court, and Master of the fortunately ran against a thort poft, Report Office, which he has held ever which, furiking him in a moft tender fince. In child-bed, at Hadley, Mrs. part, occafioned his death as above Monro,wifeofCa; t.Monro,of that place. ituted.
PROVINCIAL OCCURRENCES; With an Account of the principal Births, Marriages, Deaths, &c., under
the Heads of the different Counties : arranged in ulphabetical Order.
Married.) E. C. Donne, M.B. FelDied.] At Aspley, W. B. Howe, low of ('aius College, Cambridge, to furgeon and medical practitioner. Miss Donne, of Mattilhall, Norfolk.BERKSHIRE.
Mr. Bradwell, of Cambridge, to Miss Died.] AtReading after a thortillness, Bates. Mrs.Littleworth of Abbey Houte Ladies' Died.] At Cambridge, Mrs. Gee, Boarding School. This excellent wo- wife of Mr. Robert Gee, attorney at man devoted a large period of a long law, in Freeschool Lane. -At Mellife to the service of the riling genera- dreth, Mr. Jonathan Stockbridge, an tion: her affectionate tender care of opulent farmer.--Mr. Wm. Mann, wine the children committed to her charge, and liquor merchant on the Market and anxiety for their best interests, will Hill.–At her house adjoining Caius long endear her memory.--Mrs. Mar- College, Mrs. Smith, lister-in-law to tin, fen, widow of the late Mr. Martin, the late Doctor Sinith (Master of of Chilton Foliat, and lifter to the Caius College), mother of G. Smith, worthy and learned Mr. J. Elgar, for. Efq. of Shortgrove, in this county, and merly of Elcott, near Kintbury.--After of the Lady of Dr. Porter, Lord Bishop a lingering illness, much lamented by of Clogher, in Ireland.--Mr. Henry his numerous friends, Mr. Wm. Cox Lagden, of Abington.--Near Athley, head, grocer, of Hungerford.
Mr. John Mead, Carpenter. In BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
crolling a field, on his return from Died.] On his passage to England, Cheveley, at the back of Mr. HoughMr. Edmund Sinyth, ion of the late ton's houfe, where he had been spendRev. Edmund Smyth, of Great Lin- ing the evening, his path lying between ford.
two ponds, he fell into one of them, CAMBRIDGESHIRE.
and was drowned.--Mr. John Wiles, The Vice-Chancellor of the Univer- farmer at Upwell. The waters being fity of Cambridge, and the Masters of out, his horle flipped with him into the Trinity and St. John's Colleges, the river Nene. He was conducting a friend trustees of the estates left by the late home, and thus fell a martyr to his Rev, John Dulle, have given notice, philanthropy, leaving a wife and four that a premium of forty pounds will Imall children to lament his lofs. this year be given for the best differta
CHESHIRE, tion on the following subject :-“ The Riot at Chefier.-A pressgang ftaExternal Evidences of the Truth of the tioned at Chetter having, on the 28th Christian Religion.”
ult., prefied one of the Volunteers who Messrs. Edes and Nicholls have e had been at fea, and lodged him in reded a threshing-mill in the Ife of gaol, a great number of the members Ely, which, with only the aid of two of the corps to which he belonged promen, two women, and three boys, will ceeded, after their parade, to the prithreth twenty quarters of wheat, or son, and demanded the man., On rethirty of oats, in one day; much foon- ceiving a refufal, they threatened to er than it can be done by manual la- proceed to violence; when Major Wilbour.
mot, their commander, came up, and