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Grey was invested with the order

of the Bath. — 1 o. John Storr, Esq. of Halston, in the county of York, to be rear-admiral of the red. — 1 1. Lieutenant-general Sir Charles Grey, knight of the Bath, to be general and commander in chief of his majesty’s forces in North-America, in the room of Sir Guy Carleton, knight of the Bath. — 12. Lady Elizabeth Walde. grave, daughter of the Earl of Waldegrave, appointed lady of the bed-chamber to the princess royal. — 22. Hon. Charles Howard, commonly called Earl of Surry, to be lord-lieutenant of the West Riding in the county of York, and of the city of York and county of the same. – 28. Richard Viscount Howe, Admiral Hugh Pigot, Charles Brett, and Richard Hopkins, Esqrs. John Jefferies Pratt, John Aubrey, Esq. and John Leveson Gower, were appointed commisfioners of the Admiralty. Feb. 1. The Rev. St. Andrew St. John, M. A., uncle to Lord St. John, to the deanry of Worcester, vice Dr. Foley, deceased. — 1 o. The Marquis of Carmarthen to be ambasador extraordinary to his Christian majesty; [P] 3 and

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