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The GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE, VOL. XXXII.

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5. Lord Robert Bertie, brother to the Duke of Ancaster,-to lady dowager Raymond.

7. Col. Guydickens,-to Mifs Tracey. - Campbell, Efq;-to the widow of Sir Cordell Firebrace, Bart.

Samuel Horfey, Efq;-to Mifs Grigby, of Bury, Suffolk.

14. Patrick Blake, Efq; of St John's College, Cambridge,-to the only daughter of the Rev. Sir Wm Bunbury.

Tho. Lockwood, Efq;-to Mifs Morris of waniea.

Lizat. Jefferfon, of Rich's dragoons,—to Mifs Warden of Cuckfield, Suffex.

6. Mr Hughes, a clerk of the impreft office in Lincoln's Inn,-to Mifs Fowler.

1. Major Drax, of the Dorfet fhire militia, Mis Churchill, of Henbury.

Guitaford Lawfon, Efq;-to Mifs Emilia Lett, in Ireland.

Charles Flood, Efq;-to Lady Frances BeIcsford, daughter to the E. of Tyrone.

19. Lord Stopford, eldest fon to the Earl of Caidetown, Ireland,-to Mifs Powis.

Rev. Mr Roberts, chaplain to the 71ft reg. at Edinburgh,-to Mifs Anna Ogilvy.

kt. Hon. Lord Petre,-to the Hon. Mifs Howard, neice to the Duke of Norfolk.

20. John Morton Jordon, Efq; a Virginia merchant,- to Mifs Darby.

22. Wm Poyntz, Efq; brother to lady Spencerto Mifs Courtenay, related to the Earl of Sandwich.

Edw. Morant, Efq; member for Hindon,to Mils Goddard, of Conduit-street.

24. Mr Bridgen, of Pater-nofter-row, merchant,-to Mifs Richardfon, of Parfon's-green.

27. George Prowfe, Efq;-to Mifs Sharpe, daughter of the late Rev. Archdeacon Sharp.

Rev. Mr Markham,-to Mifs Farr, of Kowgate-street.

Tho. Halifax, Efq; of Birchin-lane,-to Mifs Thomion, with 20,000 l.

Lift of DEATHS for the Year 1762.

Jan. A

T Martinico, the Hon, John Rollo, capt. and maj. of brigade, of a fever. Lieut. Henry Dundas, of Col. Coote's reg. in the East Indies.

Gen. Zaftrow, of the Hanoverians at Wolfenbuttle.

Col. Peter Schuyler, of the New Jerseys, A.merica.

Sir George Cobb, Bt. at Reading, aged 90. John Mockford, at Brightelmftone; he was 60 years clerk of that parish.

March 27. Sir Ja. Norris, Bt. in Bond-ftr. 28. Rev. Dr James Tunitall, of Leicesterth. MrsOfwald, mother of Hon. James Ofwald, Efq; a lord of the admiralty.

Lady Eliz. Thicknefs, at Landguard-fort, Sir Wm Hanham, Bart. at Drans-court, near Wimbourn, Dorfetfhire, aged 76.

30. Tho. Kynafton, Efq; at Ryton, Shropsh 31. Capt. Lachlin Leflin of the navy, at Wandsworth.

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Mr Rogers, in the Isle of Man, aged 103. Relict of-Cary, of Torr Abbey, Devon, Efq; April. Heatley Carew, Efq, at Chelfea. 2. Rt. Hon. Earl of Howard, aged 80; lordship dying without iffue the title is extinct.

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Peter St Eloy, Efq; one of the deputy regifters of the prerogative court of Canterbury. Rev. Mr Whitworth, R. of Stilton, and prebendary of Lincoln.

3. David Home of Wedderburn, Efq; Capt. Philips of the 1ft reg. of foot-guards. Matthew Eftcourt of Shipton Moyne, Gloucestershire, Efq;

Mr Frye, a very ingenious painter in Hatton-garden.

J.Gibfon,of Richmond-buildings, Soho, Efq; Rev. Mr Price, R. of Newtontony, Hants, aged 80.

4. Henry Streatfield, of Chiddingstone, Kent, Efq;

Charles Powlet, Efq; late a commander of

navy.

Sir John Swinburne, Bart. at Bath. Edw. Barber, Efq; late commander of the Princeffa.

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George Petty, Efq; at Kingston upon Thames Mr Harper, clerk of the cheque at the victualling-office.

Lady of Dr Berney, archdeacon of Norwich, 5. Major Gen. Robinson, aged 79. Dr Bracebridge, at Drayton, Leicestershire. Geo, Glafles, Efq; at Richmond, Yorksh Mary Burch, at Pershore, aged 105. John Brereton, Efq; at Laringfet, Norfolk, aged 84.

Rev. Dr Benfon, of Goodman's Fields.

7. Sir Harry Trelawney, of Trelawne, Cornwall, Bart. he was an aid de camp to the D. of Marlborough in Queen Anne's wars.

Sir John Barker, Bart. near Stow-market, Suffolk.

8. Mrs Martha Watson, fifter to late Adm. Watfon.

10. Mr Trimmer, an equerry to the late king.

Mr Jones, a meffenger to the treasury.
John Legg, of Hertford, Efq;

11. George Petty, Efq; at Sunbury. 12. Rev. Mr Harrison, at Croydon. Mr Wm Wetherall, a clerk in the dockyard at Deptford.

14. John Farrer, Efq; a proctor in Doctor's Commons.

Henry Reynell Spiller, of Hertfordsh. Efq; 15. Sir Edw. Dering, of Surrenden, Kent,Br. John Dodge, Efq; in the Ifle of Wight; he war fecretary to late Adm. Watfon.

15. John Dudley, Efq; in St Martin's-lane. Mifs Sophia Knightley, of Fawley, Northamptonshire.

Mr Robertfon, in Petty France, aged 107. Lady of Capt. Harrison, of the Venus frig. Marm. Conftable, Efq; receiver for Yorkih. 17. Lady of Wm St Quintin, Eiq; Rev. Mr Taylor, R. of Congretbury, Somerfetshire, and St Ewen's, Bristol.

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18. Hon. Cha. H. Lellie, 2d fon to the E. of Rothes

Rt. Hon. Earl of Bradford, at Weston, in Buckinghamshire; the title is become extinct, but all his manors, &c. in the counties of Salop and Stafford, devolve to Madam Shaboa, widow, his neice, and fifter to William Mathias, late Earl of Stafford, who died about eight years ago. 19. George

Lift of Preferments, Bankrupts, &c.

19. George Martin, Efq; at Reading.

21. Sir Roger L'Eftrange, of Beecles, Suff. 23. Wife of Bartholomew Burton, Efq; one of the directors of the bank, and member for Camelford.

24. Wm Cordwell, Efq; a juftice of peace for Kent.

Mrs Dudley, fifter to Sir Wm Pinfent, at Camberwell.

Mr Lock, master fhipwright, Chatham-yard, 25. Charles Hickes, Efq; in Craven-buildings. aged 85.

Lady of J. Afpinall, Efq; of Lincoln's-Inn. 26. Lady Lake, in Chancery-lane, aged 65. Widow of the late Richard Chauncy, Efq; Lift of PROMOTIONS for the Year 1762. From the London Gazette.

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HE king has been pleafed to appoint Thomas Wyndham, Efq; one of the commiffioners of taxes. Gaz.

Whitebal, April 27. The king has been pleafed to promote John Ofwald, D. D. to the bifhoprick of Clonfert, in Ireland, in room of The Rt. Rev. Dr Wm Gore, tranflated to the bishopriok of Elphin. (Dr Synge, dec.) -to prefent Corfield Clare, B. A. to Alvechurch, R. Worcestershire.

From the other Papers.

Obert Goodere, Efq;-lieut, of the band of gentlemen pensioners.

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Philip Sharpe, Efq;-one of the chief clerks of the Privy Council, in room of La Orwell, -a land-waiter in the Mr Trilley Lamb,port of London.

Mr Watson,-secretary to Weftm.-hospital. Brig. Gen. Gage, gov. of Montreal,-col. of the 22d regiment.

Lt. Gen. Noel,-col. of the 44th reg. Major Cliffe, commander of the 117th reg. invalids..

J. Bateman, Efa;-guiden and captain, and John Jefferys, Efq;-major of the 1ft troop of horse-grenadier-guards. (Court. Clayton,d.) Youngest fon of Adm. Hawke,-an enfign in the 2d reg. of foot-guards.

Tho. Pownall, Efq; late governor of New England,-director-general of comptroll, with the rank of col. in the army in Germany.

Hon. Tho. George Southwell, Efq;-governor of Limerick, Ireland.

Cha. Bodens, Efq;-confiable of the caftle of Caftlemain.

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John Wemys, Efq; lieut. gov. of Edinburgh Cattle.

Captain Gordon, of the Blenheim,-commander of his majefty's fhips in the Thames and Medway.

Capt. Colby,-commander of the Biddeford Cipt. Buver, commander of the Lively. De Greve, physician of St Thomas's-hofp. Lewis Way, Efq;-fub-governor of the S.S. company, in room of John Briftow, refigned.

John Bignall, Efq;-one of the collectors at Barbadoes.

John Pruefdale, Efq;-apothecary to his majefty.

Mr Crucefix,-2d clerk in the Duke of Devonshire's office.

Mr Toms,—one of the houshold trumpeters.

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New Members.
Elected.

In room of.

Ja. Murray,
W. Raw, Earle, Ad. Holmes,d

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David Salomons, of Crutched Fryars, broker.
Arthur Annesley, of Newcastle-court, goldfm.
Ifaac Gingell, of Sutton Benger, Wilts,malfter
John Matthews, of Gloucester, victualler.
John Hatchinfon, of Portsmouth, victualler.
Kirby Curling, of Wootton, Kent, dealer,
Nat. Waterhoufe, of Lutterworth, yer.
James Collerat, of Exeter, merchant.
Hugh Macawley, of Bredzor, Wiltfh. lin-drap.
Andrew Hunter, of GreatRuffel-freet,jeweller
Eliz. Vallance, of Borden, Kent, shop-keeper.
R. Cheese, of Leigh, Worcestersh, cyder-mer.
John Lawfon, of Kingston upon Hull, mercht.
John Oram, of Leicefter, furrier.
Thomas Walker, of Thames-street, mercht.
Gab. Benj. Maifonneuve, of Craven-street,
jeweller.

Wm Boden, of Queen-court, Bafinghall-freet, warehouseman.

Benj. Mitchell, of London, merchant.,
Wm Stringer, of Eltham in Kent, victuallèr.
Abel Oram, of Sheepshead in Leicestersh.hofier.
Bill of Mortality from March 23 to April 27.
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CONTENT S.

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Farther charge of the Dutch Eaft India company againft that of Great Britain

200

199 Letter from M. de Voltaire to Lord Lyttleton -Tranflation of the above letter 201 Letter from Dr Linden on a remarkable appearance in the Bath waters ib Confiderations on the prefent ftate of the war as it affects Great Britain and France

202

A fpecific for convulfive hiccoughs 203 The Sin against the Holy Ghost interpreted

ib.

The fenfe of Pfalm xxxvii. 25. required

204

The cause and probable cure of the cramp ib. Proceedings of France and Spain against Portugal 205 -They require his Portuguese Majefty to declare against England ib. -Demand a categorical anfwer in four days ib.

-His majefty's fpirited reply ib. -The French and Spanish ministers diffatisfied

ib.

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-Prefent a fresh memorial 206
-Their reafons for infifting on a
breach with England
ib.
-Thofe reafons refuted by Portugal ib.
Remarkable declaration of the King
of Portugal
207
Account of new acquifitions in the
Weft Indies
ib.

-Gen. Monckton's letter to the Earl of
Egremont
ib.
-Brig. Walb's to Gen. Monckton ib.
Account of the island of Granada 208
Copy of Dr Ward's Will
Strange phænomenon in fnow
Quære concerning the origin of hu-
man facrifices
ib,
Experienced cure for the head-ach 210
Quære concerning the first use of lin-
nen paper

ib.
209

ib.
ib.

Remedy against the Cramp
Defcription of a new mufical machine

211

Life of the late Admiral Holmes 212
An historical account of the rife and

progrefs of the medical fcience ib. -Three new diseases in Italy in the firft period 214 -The fyftem of Galen introduced in the fecond ib. -A compleat body of phyfic compiled in the third 215 -Chemistry, Anatomy, and Botany, ftudied and improved 216 -Pox & fcurvy, their introduction ib, -Difcovery of the circulation of the

Defcription of Buckingham-House, by the late Duke

221

-The fituation and general construction of the rooms ib -Gardens, canals, and profpects, &r.

222

Address of the peers of Ireland to their Lord Lieut. on closing the feffion of parliament ib Addrefs of the Commons on the fame occafion 223

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His Excellency's mafterly fpeech 224 New experiments for edulcorating train-oil Heads of the new Act for reducing all the militia laws into one act 226-7-8-9 Doctor Wallafton's account of a family afflicted with the lofs of their limbs 230 -Manner of their being feized 231 -Melancholy effects of the diftemib. Fatal diftemperature of the air in Henry III's time ib. Memorable story of Mr Locke 232 A rational account of, and remedy for the Cramp ib. POETRY. Rev. Mr Gibbons to Dr Wather-Familiar Epiftle-On the return of a young Lady from Jamaica in bad weather 233 -Verfion of Palm xix.-Verfes to a young gentleman-Stanzas from a poem called Refignation—Qn a young lady's fan 234 -Verfes from the Viceroy, a poem→→→ The Request-Epigram Foreign Hifery. Pr. Henry's fuccefs against the Auftrians-Gallant exploit of the Hered. Pr. of Brunswick "236 Hift. Chronicle. Sentence of a courtmartial-Refolution of the Irish parliament-Terrible ftorm -Monument to Mr Thompson -New invention for the fadies 239 French and Spanish Minifters leave Lifbon-Mortality at Hamburgh 240 Lifts of births, carriages, deaths 241 we find, upon examining, to be pilfer'd, chiefly,

235

The Verfes from Delia to Lucio, (fee p. 185)

from Miss Carter's Poems, a kind of petty theft which we receivers cannot always dete&t,

blood in the 4th and last period 217 -The science establish'd on folid principles 218 Farther hints for a fociety in defence ib. of LIBERTY A rational and mechanical way of treating the cramp 219 Remarks on a late infcription for a grave-ftone ib. Account of a French lady blind from her infancy,

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-Method of learning her to read and write ib

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