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Lately, at Gosport, Thomas Curry, be; and on the sth, Mrs. Duffe, his efq.justice of peace for the county of wife. Hants.

At Edinburgh, Captain John Mackin24. In his 634 year, Mr. Thomas Sim- toth, of Harwood. monds, deputy of the ward of Cripple 5. Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Mangate Without.

ners, of the yoth regiment. At the Grove, Yoxford, in his 79th 6. At Dublin, Colonel Blaquiere, late year, Eleazer Davy, elq.

surveyor-general. Charles Newmar, elq. of King-street, 7. Tipping Rigby, esq. alderman of Golden-square.

the ward of Castle Baynard. 25. Ai Bristol, H. W. T. Hawley, 9. Stephen Bencraft, esq. of South. elq. lieutenant-colonel of the King's ampton-row, Bloomsbury. dragoon guards.

Lately, Mr. Thomas Lonsdale, aged Charles Beauvoir Torin, esq.

66. Lately, Thomas Stokes, elq, of Stan 10. James Morton, esq. many years Thawes House, Glouceftershire.

deputy master of the mint, in his 65th 26. Thomas Gilbert, etq. lieutenant year. in the navy.

John Brand, efq. of Hemington Hall, Robert Winter, efq. one of the second- in the county of Suffolk. aries of the pipe office, aged 73.

At Bath, John Buchanan, efq. of 27. At Worring, Hants, in his 7ıt Devonshire-Itreet, Portland-place. year, Peter Waldo, esq. of Mitcham, in At Plymouth, Lieutenant John Newthe county of Surrey.

ton, of the royal navy. 28. Thomas Allwright, esq. first Mr. Armstrong, carpenter to the board captain of the royal hospital at 'Green- of works. wich.

12. Thomas Jenour, efq. of HampThe Rev. Richard Penneck, rector of stead Heath. Abinger, Surrey, and of St. Jutin's, Hor 14. Paul Parry, efq. of the royal eydown, and upwards of forty years navy. keeper of the Reading Room at the Bri At Woodhatch, near Reygate, Surrey, tilh Museum.

Mr. Rowland Yallop, late of Old-street, 29. At Layton, in Efex, Thomas Oli- aged 59. ver, esq. in his 630 year.

At Guernsey, in his 720 year, Thomas At Chichester, Captain John Bridge Le Merchant, elq. water, of the Prince of Wales's late Ame 15. Mrs. Ward, mother of Mrs. Ro. rican regiment, in his 70th year.

berts, wife of Dr. Roberts, of St. Paul's 30. At Leominster, the Rev. William school. Lewellin, the dillenting minister of that 16. At Buch Hill, Enfield, Mrs. Black place, suddenly, at the conclusion of his burn, widow of the late John Blackburn, discourse.

esq. Thomas Hammond, esq. of York, aged 17. At Sidemouth, the Rev. John 55

Barton, prebendary of Canterbury, late 31. At Canterbury, the Rev. William chaplain to the Houle of Commons. Gregory, rector of St. Andrew with St. Mary Bredınan in that city, matter of Eaftbridge Hospital, and vicar of St. Dec. 6, 1802. At Richmond Efate, Colimus and Damian Blean.

St. Mary's, Jamaica, William ThompJ. Vaughan, ely. late banker in Corn. fon, M. D. hill.

At Mount Engle Estate, Fleming Mr. Robert Harper, of Charlotte-Street, Hewit, efq. Portland-place.

At Paris, the celebrated Madame Lately, at Kennington, Sampson Cor. Clairon. gane Lloyd, esq. formerly a merchant in FEB. 10, 1803. At Paris, Mons. De Roturdam.

la Harpe, aged 64. FEB. I. At Uxbridge, William Lewis, The same day, Monf. De Saint Lamefq.

bert, author of several poetical pieces, in At Haddington, Mr. George Cunning. his 86th year. ham, in his 75th year.

DEC, 27, 1802. Mr. James Smyth, of 2. Major-General Duffe, of Carnou. South Carolina, rice-planter.

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For MARCH 1803. [Embellished with, 1, A Portrait of Dr. ISAAC SCHOMBERG. And, 2. A

View of the EAST INDIA HOUSE.]

CONTAINING,

Page
Memoirs of Dr. Isaac Schomberg 163) Stewart's Toclip of Social Life
On Habit

164 | The History of Man in a favage and
Remarks on Pind. Nem.do
166 cultivated State

ibid. Defcription of the East India House, Theatrical Journal; including Cha. Leadenhall-Street

167 racters of two new PerformersVeliiges, collected and recollected, Meffrs. Athley's Oratorios-Fa.

by Joseph Mofer, Esq. No, IX. 169 ble and Character of John Bull; Dialogue between Alois Reding and or, An Englithman's Fire-fide; General A Fragment 175

with the Prologue and EpilogueBatavia; or, A Picture of the United Character of The Captive ibid. Provinces. Letter I.

178 Poetry; including Sonnet to a Anecdotes of Erasmus

182 Friend, on_leaving a Place of Various Readings of Collins

Residence-The Wich--Sonnet to

184 Rufticus Dellius, at his Cottage The Phantasmagoria. No. I. 186 of " Mon Repos"--Address to Account of Hambourg, or Ham. the Daisy-Danae- Storm burgh (Continued]

188 To Rosa-Song in the Scottish Account of a singular Race of Peo.

Dialect, with a Gloflary-Mary, ple

192

a Pastoral Ballad-To the Moon

-To B, S. an abfent School-
LONDON REVIEW.
fellow--Sonnet to Hope

203 Percival's Account of the Idland of Account of the Execution of Colo. Ceylon

193 nel Defpard, and fix of his Allo. Williams's Claims of Literature 197 ciates, at Horsemonger-lane, for Montefiore's Commercial Dictionary 200

High Treafun

209 Scottish Poems of the Sixteenth Cen Trial of Jean Peltier, for a Libel tury

againit Bonaparte, inserted in the Part the First, of an Address to the « Ambigu"

214 Public from the Society for the Journal of the Proceedings of the Suppression of Vice, intituted in First Sellion of the Second Par. London 1802

ibid. liament of the United Kingdom Colpitt's Letter addressed to the Ci of Great Britain and Ireland 225 tizens oi London and Weltminiter, Foreign Intelligence

231 suggesting Improvements in the Domeitic Intelligence

235 Police congenial with the Princia Marriages

237 ples of Freedom and the Constitu Monthly Obituary

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FOR THE PROPRIETORS,
AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES ASPERNE,

(Successor to Mr. SEWELL,)

No. 32, CORNHILL. Persons who refide abroad, and wbo wish to be supplied with this Work every Month as pube lisbed, may bave it sent to them, FREE OF POSTAGE, to New York, Halifax, Quebec, and every part of the Weft Indies, at Two Guineas per Annum, by Mr THORNHILL, of the General Poft Office, at No. 21, Sherborne Lane ; to Hamburg, Lisbon, Gibraltar, or any Part of the Mediterranean, at Two Guineas per Annum, by Mr. B18110P, of the General Post Office, at No. 22, Sherborne Lane; to any Part of Ireland, at One Guinea and a Half per Annum, by Mr. Sustu, of the General Post Office, at No. 3, Sberborne Lane ; and to the Cape of Good Hore or any Part of the Eaft Indies, at Thirty Shillings per Annum, by Mr. Guy, at the Eu India Houfe. VOL. XLIII. MARCH 1803.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO CORRESPONDENTS. To our Conftant Correspondent we answer, that we shall have no obje&tion to insert the Essays he mentions, provided they do not offend against Religion, Morality, or Good Government.

The middle of the month is the latest time we can rely on inserting any thing not of a tem porary nature.

Some poetical pieces intended for this month we are obliged to postpone.

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