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and three seamen belonging to the Hannibal, a seaman belonging to the Fortitude, and one belonging to the Chaser, all of whom were taken last war, have escaped from Chitteldroog to a Mahratta fort, and were expected daily to join the Bombay detachment.

During the last year 109 Hull fhips cleared out at Petersburgh.

Miscellaneous articles. On Monday evening Jan. 30. Mr Sutherland, son of the late Capt. Sutherland, who shot himself last year as his Majesty was pafsing through St. James's park In the year 1791 there ento the house of peers, stabbed tered at the port of Liverpool, himself in two places, at his lod-4035 vefsels, which paid dock gings in Rufsel-street, Blooms- duties to the amount of L. 11,645 bury. Dr Hunter was called 6 s. 6d. An increase in the in to see him, and declared last ten years of upwards of the wounds to be mortal.-A| L. 7000. degree of insanity is thought The Morgan Rattler, smuggto pervade the male branches ling vefsel, that frequents the of this unfortunate family. Irish channel, and so barbarousJanuary 31. his Majesty, at-ly and piratically treated one tended by his usual state, open- of the Excise cutters on that ed the session of Parliament, by station, is now at Dunkirk, her a speech from the throne. captain not being able to prevail upon the crew to put to sea in her, for fear of the outlawry that now hangs over them. She is the fastest sailing lugger in the world, and mounts 32

The Duchefs of York was yesterday in the house of peers, while his majesty read his speech.

There were yesterday within the bar of the house of peers, near 150 Ladies of the first di-six pounders. stinction.

yet arrived; that it will arrive in time is scarcely to be doubted; and at that period, the minister of the day may boast of the ample revenues that his administration has obtained.

Feb. 14. The hop planters

Feb. 3. The unfortunate are to have a meeting this week, Captain Sd is declared by in order to resist the increased his Surgeons to be out of dan-demand of tithes which has been ger from the desperate wounds set up in some parts of the counhe gave himself in a fit of de- try. A difference between the spair, at his lodgings in Great impropriator of tithes, and the Rufsel-street. hop planters of the parish of Farnham, in Surrey, is to be the ostensible cause of this meeting; 20 s. per acre has hi

that Mr Drake a midshipman, therto been paid at that place

Dy accounts received with the Swallow, we are happy to inform the friends of the parties,

for the tithe on hops, and a de-, ingham fhire, one of the gentlemand is now made of no less amen named as a fheriff for that sum than L. 3: 12: 6 per acre. county, has been dead these Tuesday, Feb. 7. exhibited three years past! an extraordinary scene on Change. Several merchants of eminence were arrested at the suit of government for money due on Custom-house bonds; on account, as we understand,

By the last accounts from St Domingo, it appears that the disorders there have not yet subsided.

of some disputed duties. One the poor of Paisley.

of the fheriffs attended in his M. Talleyrand de Perigord carriage to witnefs the executi-spent one of his first days in on of the writs. this country thus actively :-In the morning he had an audience of Mr Pitt; after which he dined with the Duke of Leeds ; and then called separately upon Mr Fox and Mr Burke.

One purpose of M. Talley rand's mission to his country, is said in Paris to relate to the sale of the forests in France, to a body of English merchants who have offered to purchase them.

A Mr Wilson, said to be upon the half-pay of the English Navy, has just presented to the National Afsembly of France, a musket, which may be discharged seven times in succefsion upon one loading.

It is rumoured that the minister has in his possession some letters (written by a leading member of opposition) during the late negociation with Russia, which are said to be of a very exceptionable if not treasonable nature-but like many other rumours of late, this is probably without foundation; or at least exaggerated.

A beautiful monument is just completed intended to be erected in Chichester cathedral, to the memory of Collins the poet; it consists of a striking bust to the memory of that elegant writer, with a simple inscription, and underneath appear the Passions in bafs relief, most exprefsively copied from the inspiration of his own pen.

A few nights ago, four old houses in Virginia-street, Ratcliffe-highway, fell down. Fortunately the wall made a crash, the noise of which awoke the inhabitants, who had been in bed some hours.

Forty thousand a-year additional income is talked of for a certain young Gentleman. It is to be wished that some person might be appointed to controul the application, and that, as the revenue will then be princely indeed, the expenditure may be in a manner, and on matters worthy a prince.

Asingular mistake.-J.Watson, esq; of Mansfield, in Not

The earl of Glasgow lately ordered 400 hutches of coals to

INDEX.

A.

ABERDEEN, remarkable instances of
improvement in agriculture at, 189
Academy, Swedith, proceedings of, 57
Account of the rhinoceros, 47-of

an ancient feast, 104-of anti-
quities in Scotland, 132-282
Agriculture, pofsible improve-
ments in, exemplified,
Albanicus on scientific government,
Advantages of miscellaneous re id-
ing, 35-of roguery, exempli-
fied,

Ancient feast,
Anecdote of Cromwell, 32-of
the duke of Bedford, 39-of
German soldiers, 2-262-of the
king of Prussia,

Animal instinct, observations on,
Antiquities in Scotland, account

of,

Arc-en-ciel on miscellaneous read-

ing,

Arthur's oven,

Arts, intelligence respecting,

Azakia, a tale,

B.
Badajoz, dean of, a tale,

Balance of trade and exchange,

observations on;

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189

312

127

104

28.263
86

132-282

35
236

114-224-257-330
180-220

203

93

Banking companies observations on, 199
Bear, white, remarkable instances

of ferocity and affection for her
young,

331

Bedford, duke of, anecdote of,
Peet root, sugar obtained from,
Bombardinion on Smollet's novels, 130
Boydell's Shakespeare, 74-Mil-
ton and Thomson,

75

Britain remarks on its political
progrefs,

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90

39

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203-
The will, 239-Pe-
ter, a Ge man tale,

Sugar of great utility in curing
meat, 229-plan for modera-
ting its price, 330—possibili-
ty of raising it in Europe.
Swedish academy, proceedings of,

T.

1

Tales, Nina, 76-108– -Azakia,
180-220- -dean of Badajoz,
203-the will, 239- -Pe-
ter, a German one,
Tafsie, notice of his fac similies,
Tea of great utility at sea,
Thomson James, authentic parti-
culars respecting his family,
Timothy Thunderproof's remarks
on the political progress of Bri-
tain,

Tra 'e and manufactures, effects of
a great speculation in,
Trade-winds explained,

V.

View of the mode of writing his-
tory in ancient and modern
times,

POETRY.
A.

Bird's nest,

Byron's poems, extract from,
C..

297

Advice to married ladies,

Addrefs to the author of verses to
the debauchee,
Approach of winter,

B..

265-305

Y

312 Young observer on animal instinct 89

331

5

W.

Watson's history, observations on, 163
Wedgewood, notice of his improve-
ments in pottery,

Will, last, a tale,

E.

Exequy, by Dr King,

297
72

233

235.

Douglas, Gavin, specimen of his
poetry,

260

155

121

73
239

145

145:

33

Cælia, a song,

33

Come my lads since time is fleeting, 217
Come under my plaidy,
Complaint, by a lady,

67
29

D.

34

178

219.

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