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been agreed, for the sake of justice, to have "Gentlemen of the house of commons, it retried in London, by a special jury of • I have ordered the proper officers to

lay before you the national accounts; and Mr. Eríkine next addressed the jury in I trust you will make such provisions as support of the will under which his client are neceffary for the exigencies of the state, claimed the estate in question.

and the honourable support of his majesty's A great body of circumstantial evidence government. was then adduced to sustain the validity My lords and gentlemen, of the will. The tendency of this evi • The constant attention you have shewn dence was to prove, that the defendant to the intereits of Ireland makes it unnewas a diltant relation of the testatrix, who cessary to recommend to you a continuance had sent for a gentleman of the law to of that wife system of policy, from which make her will; that the will in question your country has received such inestimable was afterward prepared and duly exe. advantages in the increase of her trade, cuted by Mrs. Braham, who was in full her credit, and manufactures. It is possession of her reason ; that when the equally unnecessary for me particularly to signed it, she declared to the witnesses it point out the encouragement of your agriwas made by her own dictation ; that the culture and attention to your linen mawas not induced to execute it by any du- nufacture. The protestant charter-schools ress, or improper influence : it appeared, and other charitable institutions will rehowever, that she had spelled her nameceive your accustomed consideration. Elizabath instead of Elizabeth.

• You may be assured of my zealous A number of witnesses were called on co-operation to forward every measure that the other side, the substance of whose evi- may contribute to the public welfare. I dence was, that Mrs. Braham was inca- shall pay unremitting attention to the due pacitated both in body and mind to exe- execution of the law, and the maintenance cute the will in question, which was a of good order and government, fo effential mere fabrication, and not the transcript of to the continuance of that freedom, proa correct and found mind : that the was so sperity, and happiness, which Ireland enmuch indisposed as to have not been known joys under his majcity's auspicious reign, to use her hand, much less to write her and under our excellent conititution.'

The lord lieutenant having retired, the The trial commenced at nine o'clock on earl of Curhampion rots, and moved an Tuesday morning, and was not concluded address to the king, in which were contill two o'clock this morning, when the tained congratulations on the marriage of jury returned a verdiet for the plaintiff, the duke of York, and thanks to his mawhich lets the will afide.

jelty for continuing the earl of WeitLord Kenyon exprefled his intire ap- morland in the government of Ireland. probation of the verdict.

The duke of Leintter opposed that part

of the address relating to the earl of WeitIRELAND.

morland; and the question being put 'to

agrie to the addres,' the houle divided, January 25,

when there appeared, contents 29, non. On Thursday, Jan. 19, the lord lieute- contents' 3. nmnt of Ireland opened the session by the

AMERIC A. fullowing speech from the throne : My lords and gentlemen,

Lexington, in Kracky, Nov. 12, I have it in command froin his ma- 1791. The following is an extract froi jesty, to acquaint you, that ince the clofe a circular lenter of brigadier general Scott of the last fetion, preliminaries of peace to all the comiy lieutenants of Kentucky: have been signed between Ruula and the We have received certain intelligence, Porte, and those powers 2:e now engagid that the army under general St. Clair has by negociation for a detinitive treaty, which been def ated. The lots is very great, his majesty truts will compieat the relio. The garrison at Fort Jefferfen is interF1:10:1 of tranquillity among the divertit ctpted, and many brave wounded grallant powers of Burie.

men are now left on the road, unable to • Fris muajit;; convinced of the interest travel, and without any provilion but the {" piake in whatever concerns lois doineltic feth of pock-horses. This case requires bippinel, commands nie to cquum you immediate exertion. I have appointed a <: the marriage of his royal highnets the rendezvous of volunteers at Craig's Mill, ome of York orci te parc Is sojal of the Isth inftant, completely equipped with

arms, ünniunition, and iv'eniy days pro

nanle.

vision. I trust that no exertion on your posely applied to it by the mulattoes, who part will be wanting, when the safety of were irritated by the death of a free negro our country and the lives of brave men are ensuing upon a quarrel between him and a in danger:

The circumstance requires white cannoneer. Two cannoneers were the greatest dispatch, and no friend to his immediately shot upon their posts, and country can now be idle.'

feveral parts of the town were presently By several gentlemen who arrived in afterward set fire to. this town on Thursday, we have fome particulars of this melancholy defeat.

E A S T IN DIE S. They say the attack was made by the In

The Swallow Packet, captain Curtis, dians on the 4th inst. at day-break, and from Madrals, with difpatches from earl continued about four hours ; that we lost Cornwallis, was forced, on Thursday the 44 commissioned officers killed, and 27 26th inst. into Bristol, by stress of weawounded, and about 600 privates, belide ther. The next day, the captain arrived pack-horse, bullock drivers, &c. with at the India House ; but the particulars of eight pieces of cannon, and all the bag- his dispatches were not published in the

Gazette of Saturday night. gage. General St. Clair expected an action;

BIR T H S. the men were drawn up in order of battle LADY of Thomas Boothby Parkyns, and stood in their ranks all night ; the esq. M. P. a daughter. ariny was formed into a hollow square, the At Paris, Countess of Cholmondeley, artillery and baggage in the center. The a fon and heir. enemy made their attack at the dawn of

MARRIAGES. day on all the lines, particularly on the VIscount Molyneux, to the hon, miss rear, which was composed of militia ; they Elizabeth Craven, sister of lord Crawere overpowered, and gave way; the ven. Indians rushed on, and were soon poflefled George Frederick Ryves, esq. of the of the artillery, which was retaken in a royal navy, to miss Catharine Elizabeth few moments by a company of regulars Arundel

, daughter of the hon. James with fixed bayonets ; but most of the Everard Arundel. matrosses being killed, no use was made Hon. William Hay, brother to the earl of it. The action continued obstinately of Errol, to miss Jane Bell, daughter of tiłł nine o'clock, when our inen gave way. the late Matthew Bell, efq. colonel of the General St. Clair rallied them, and Northumberland militia. brought off the greater part of the wound Right hon. Robert Hobart, to Mrs. ed to Fort Jefferson, being pursued about Adderley, relict of the late Thomas Addfive miles, where the remains of the army derley, esq. and wounded are cooped up, almost starved, Robert Heron, esq. to miss Amelia living on poor packhorses.

Mann, daughter of fir Horace Mann, bart.

Sir Frederick Eden, bart, to miss Smith, WEST IND I E S.

of Bond-ftreet. Letters from Jamaica announce the Viscount Killmorey, to miss Cotton, death of the countess of Effingham, consert daughter of fir Robert Salulbury Cotton, to the governor of that island. Her lady- bart. Dip died on board his majefty's frigate the H. C. Gumbleton, efq. captain in the Diana, on her paisage to New York, on 13th regiment of dragoons, to the hon. the 13th of October. Her funeral was miss Sarah Masley, filter of lord Mafiey. conducted in the most honourable manner, George Gipps, esq. M. P. for Canterand at the public expence. All the offi- bury, to miss Lawrence, daughter of the cers of Itate, civil and military, attended late Dr. Lawrence. on this occasion.

Richard Walpole, esq. son of the hon. On the 19th of November died also the Richard Walpole, to miss Eliza Hammet, governor, Thomas earl of Effingham. daughter of fir Benjamin Hammit, The French thip Le Sincere, captain

DE A T H S. Guilbert, has arrived at Nantz from Port: E Dward Bifhopp, esq. uncle to för Ceci! au-Prince, which place flie left the ad of Bishopp, bart.

See page 74. December. She brings the dreadful in Dowager viscountess Galway. telligence, conforming and increating the Edward duke of Somerset. apprehensions formed for the inhabitants Sir Thomas Cave, bart. M. P. for of St. Domingo, that twenty-cight illets, Leicestershire. or nearly half of the town of Port-au Rear aciniral John Hale. Prirçe, have been consumed by fire, pure Dr. George Horre, bishop of Norwich.

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- Lady Jane Gordon, great aunt to the Euzebio Luiz d'Oliveira, of Providence. duke of Gordon.

row, Moorfields, wine-merchant.

Edward King, of Kent-ftreet, in Surry,
PROMOTIONS.

broom-maker.
H
ON. Henry Welley - Secretary of

JANUARY 17. legation to the court of Sweden. Benjamin Hobley, of Goswell-street, John Wentworth, efq.-Lieutenant- back-maker. governor of Noya Seotia.

Henry Bonner, of Red-lion-street,

Southwark, in Surry, cornchandler.
BANKRUPTS. From the GAZETTE. James Rofs, of Gracechurch-street,
DECEMBER 31.

London, merchant.
Moses Laney, of Tavistock-ftreet, Co James Tunnicliffe, of Launceston, in

vent-garden, lace-merchant. Cornwall, linen-draper.
Jonathan Sedgwick, of Fish-street-hill, Thomas Bradley, of Almondbury, in
London, warehouseman.

Yorkshire, merchant. William Thurman, of St. John, Wap John Watts, of High-street, Mary-leping, cheesemonger.

bouie, mariner. Thomas Hervey, of Blackheath, in

JANUARY 21. Kent, builder.

Hugh White, of Hofer-lane, distiller. William Henry Hall, of St. Paul, Bris Robert Bradberry, of Tottenham-courttol, bookseller.

road, musical-instrument-maker. William Mould, of St. Clement Danes, John Flowers, of Norton-falgate, Noppawnbroker.

seller.
Samuel Kinder, of Ashton-under-Line, Daniel Bumpsted, of Bishopfgate-street
in Lancashire, dealer.

Without, grocer.
Benjamin Bullocke, of Penzance, in William Dell, of Lambeth-road, in
Cornwall, mercer.

Surry, painter.
JANUARY 3.

James Carey, of Little Carter-lane,
Rebecca Floud, widow, and John Carpenter.
Shiles, of Exeter, haberdashers, and part William Park, of Halfway-house, in

the parish of Scaleby, in Cumberland,
Samuel Gapper Pinney, of Thorn. dealer in horses.
combe, in Devonshire, clothier.

Edmund Lord, of Manchester, cotton-
JANUARY 7.

spinner.
Benjamin Hewer, of Exeter, shop John Perry, of Newport, in the Ide of
keeper.

Wight, mealman.
JANUARY 10.

Robert Williams, of Gwyddelwen, in
Margaret, otherwise Margrett Turner, Merionethshire, beasts-jobber.
of Paddington, widow, victualler.

Charles Smith, of Cheapside, hofier. John Francis Morier, of Temple-Mills, Robert Grant, of Upper Thames-street, in Eflex, callico-printer.

printer. Joseph Corns, and Peter Corns, of

JANUARY_24.
Manchester, cornfactors and partners. Richard Palmer, of Theydon Boys, in

Edward Barnes, of Llewerllyd-Mill, Eflex, brickmaker. in Flintshire, miller.

Henry Cohen, of Oxford, silversmith.
JANUARY 14.

John Underwood, of Havant, in Hants,
Charlotte Court, and Alexander Web. butcher.
Aer Court, of Red-lion-street, Clerken William Porter, of Newport, in the Ille
well, merchants and copartners, (carry- of Wight, baker.
ing on trade under the firm of widow Thomas Plews, of Charing-cross, shoe-
Court and son.)

maker. John Friend, of Dartford, in Kent, Charles Johnson, of Manchester, fustian, felimonger.

manufacturer. Christopher Poirrier, of Prince's-street, Jacob Ergas, of Prescot-street, Goodio Cavendish-square, mercliant.

man's-fields, merchant. Edward Ragueneau, of Exeter, merchant.

NEW PUBLICATIONS. John Crowther, of Kent Street, South- WORKS of John Whitehorst, F, R, S. wark, in Surry, mattrass-maker.

with Memoirs of his Life and Wri. Richard Simpson, of Shuring-cross, tings, 4to. 11. 15. boards. Vitner.

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January 14, 1792. Mr. Booth, &c. ? vol. 8vo. 145. By the Standard Winchefter Bushel of Cooper's Oriental Moralist, 12mo. 35.

Eight Gallons. 6d. Knox's Sermons on Faith, Hope, and

Wheat. Rye. Bar. Oats. Bea. Charity, 8vo. 75.

s. dojs. d. so dols. dolse d. Hawtry on the Various Opinions of London 5 313 413 512 513 7 the Philosophical Reformers, particularly

INLAND COUNTIES. Paine's Rights of Man, 3s. Bagatelle, or Bath Anniversary, a Middlesex 5 6 3 412

3 10 Poem, is. 6d.

Surry

5 43 713 52 414 High Church Politics, 3s. 6d.

Hertford

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Huntingdon

3 4/2 boards.

Northampton
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313 7

Rutland
Tindal's Juvenile Excursions in Litera-

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42 ture and Criticism, 12mo. 45. 6d.

314 I Nottingham 5 513 113

812 Walcott's Synopsis of British Birds, 2 Derby

4 2 5 IC 4

4 7 vol. 4to. 21. 128. 6d. boards.

Stafford
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8 Memoirs of Mrs. Billington, 8vo. 35. Salop

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Hereford

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5 3 3. -512 413 Brecon

5 514 43 Montgomery

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MARITIME COUN TIES. Theatrical Di&tionary, 12mo. 55. Eflex

5 213 113 412 313 II Medical Commentaries, for 1791, Kent boards.

S 314 3 512 53 6 Surex

5 C-3 315 Sayer's Poems, 8vo. 55.

Suffolk
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Cambridge 4 103 43 OI 1113 Vaughan's Medical Essay on Modern Norfolk

4 113

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Darham

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74 3 Flint 4 11 3 612

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Denbigh 5 91 Lord Gardenstone's Travelling Memo- Anglesea

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Carnarvon

03 511 913 Memoirs of a Baroness, 2 vol. 6s. Merioneth

413 51 104 Female Werter, 2 vol. 6s.

Cardigan 6 2

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3 Creation, 25. 6d. boards.

Carmarthen

5 10 3 511 Mariti's Travels through Cyprus, &c. Glamorgan 5 51 3 311 9

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5 3 3 Monmouth

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3 712 Devon

5 Christian Revelation, 8vo. 55.

Cornwall

5 Moseley's Effay on Archery, 8vo. 8s. Dorset

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