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Cuftos Rotulorum and Col. of militia of the faid county, Treasurer of his Majefty's Chamber, and fonin-law to Earl Talbot.

. Charles Mordaunt, Frl of Peterborough and Monmouth, Vifc. Mordaunt of Avalon, Baron Mordaunt of Furvey, and Baron Mordaunt of Ryegate. He fucceeded Charles his grandfather (the celebrated hero in Queen Anne's reign) in 1735. His Lordfhip was twice married; by his first Lady he had two daughters; by his fecond, Charles Henry the prefent Earl, born May 16, 1758.

The new born fon and heir of the late Earl of Suffolk, on the third day after his birth, Dukeftreet, Westminster; he is fucceeded by his uncle the Hon. Tho. Howard.

Right Hon. Ann, Countess of Arran.

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William Henry Dawfon, Lord Viscount Carlow, and Baron Dawfon of the kingdom of Ireland, aged 67. He was created Baron April 30, 1770, and advanced to the dignity of Vifcount June 28, 1776. He married Mary, filler to the prefent Lord Milton; and is fucceeded by John his eldet fon (born August 23, 1744), member for Queen's County.

Sept. Margaret Countess Dow. of Moray, daughter of David Earl of Weymis, and mother to Francis the prefent Earl of Moray.

Maria Catharina Marchionefs of Blandford, aged 96. This Lady (the daughter of Peter de Yong, a Burgo-mafter of the Province of Utrecht, and filter to Ifabella Countess of Denbigh) was married April 25, 1729, to William Marquis of Blandford, and became a Dowager Aug. 24, 1731.

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Sir Whistler Webfler, Bart.
The Rev. Sir John Mofeley, Bt.
Sir Cecil Bishop, Bart.

The Right Rev. Richard Chenevix, Lc-d Bishop of Waterford.

Capt. David Roach, lineally defcended from the ancient Viscounts Fermoy, of Ireland, which title he lately claimed in confequence of difcovering feveral errors in the outlawry laid to his ancestor in the reign of Charles the Firft, and hav ing proved his defcent, had it reverfed, and was to take his feat the enfuing Irish Seffion of Parlia

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The Right Hon. Richard Grenville Temple, Vifcount Cobham, Earl Temple. His Lordship was thrown from his phaeton, and unhappily fractured his skull by the fail. His Lordship was Earl Temple by creation, Viscount Cobham by defcent, Lord Lieut. and Culos Rotulorum of the county of Buckingham, a Knight of the Garter, and Privy Counsellor. He is fucceeded in title and eftate by his nephew George Nugent Grenville, one of the Tellers of the Exchequer.

The Lady of Sir Gervas Clifton, Bart. of a putrid fever, caught by conftantly attending two of her fons in that diforder; the fecond of whom (Gervas Clifton, Efq; died August 9.

The Right Hon. the Earl of Lincoln, aged one year and ten months, grandfon of the Duke of Newcastle, and of the Earl of Hertford. The title devolves to the Right Hon. Lord Thomas Pelham Clinton, member of Parlia ment for the city of Wellminster.

Oa. Sir Roger Twifden, Bart. Hon. Lieut. Napier, youngest fon of the late Lord Napier

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Right Hon. Robert Maxwell Earl of Farnham.

Right Hon. Lord Willoughby of Parham, aged about 30. The title is now extinct.

Sir William Gardiner, Bart. The eldeft fon of Sir Thomas Fowke.

Mifs Mary Ridley, fifter to Sir M. W. Ridley, Bart.

Sir Thomas Head, Bart. Sir Robert Lawley, Bart. Nov. Right Hon. Anne, Countefs of Northefk.

Sir James Dashwood, Bart. Sir Simeon Stewart, Bart. Right Hon. Tho. Lord Lyttelton, Baron of Frankley; a Privy Councellor; Chief Justice in Eyre of his Majesty's forefts North of Trent; High Steward of Bewdley, in Worcestershire, &c. His Lordship was born January 30, 1744, and fucceeded his father, George Lord Lyttelton, Aug. 22, 1773. He took his feat in Parliament the fucceeding feffion, and has been diftinguished as a very eloquent fpeaker. He married June 26, 1772, Apphia, daughter of Broome Witts, Efq; of Chipping-Norton, in Oxfordshire, and widow of Jofeph Peach, Efq; late Governor of Calcutta, in the Eaft Indies; but dying without iffue, the title is extinct. The prefent reprefentative of the family of Lyttelton, is

the Right Hon. William Henry Lyttelton fixth fon of Sir Thomas Lyttelton, Bart. deceased, and uncle to the late Thomas Lord Lyttelton, created a peer of Ireland, July 21, by the title of Lord Weftcote, of Balamore, in the county of Longford.

The Hon. Mrs. Hamilton, daugh`ter of Sir John Home, Bart. and mother of the Counteffes Morton and Selkirk, &c.

Right Hon. William Sinclair, Earl of Caithness, and Lord Beriendale. He is fucceeded in Barony and eftate by his eldeft fon John Lord Beriendale, Major in the 76th regiment, now in America.

Dec. Sir Thomas Samwell, Bt. The Right Hon. Lady Catherine Noel, daughter of the late Earl of Gainsborough.

The Right Hon. Lady Seaforth. Hon. Byffe Molefworth, youngeft fon of Robert Lord Viscount Molefworth.

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Sir Robert Pringle, Bart.

Right Hon. Auguftus John Harvey, Earl of Bristol, Lord Harvey, and a Vice Admiral of the Blue. Dying without iffuè, the title devolves to his brother the Lord Bishop of Derry in Ireland.

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APPENDIX to the CHRONICLE.

Abstract of the late A&t for altering the Duty on Houfes and Servants.

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HE preamble recites, that the duties granted laft feffion of Parliament on inhabited houses, not bearing a proper proportion to each other, and the payment being greatly evaded, the duties paid by that act are therefore repealed. The duties now impofed, in lieu of the former, took place on the 5th of July, and are as under:

On all dwelling-houfes, with the offices, courts, yards, and gardens, worth of yearly rent from 51. to 201. fix-pence in the pound. From 201. to 401. nine-pence in the pound.

From 401. a year upwards, one fhilling in the pound.

Gardens, not exceeding one acre of land, are within the limits of taxation with the house.

All fhops and warehoufes attached to, or communicating with dwelling-houfes, are to be charged with the refpective houses; excepting warehouses and buildings adjoining to wharfs, occupied by perfons carrying on the bufinefs of wharfingers, whofe dwelling-houfes only are to be charged.

Houses, in which there is only a fervant, or other perfon refiding to take care of them, are not confidered as inhabited.

Where houses lett in different apartments, the landlord is chargeable as the occupier.

Halls and offices belonging to perions or bodies corporate, and chargeable with other taxes or parifh rates, are fubject to these duties.

With regard to fervants, no affefiment is to be impeached for any miftake in the names of fervants, provided the perfons intended are fervants to the perfons affeffed.

Perfons, who have different places of refidence, are to declare under their hands, when called upon, the number of fervants they mean to pay for at their respective habitations; which lifts are to be tranfmitted.

Perfons making falfe returns of their fervants are fubject to a penalty of 401.

Abstract of an Act for extending the Provifions of the Twelfth of George the Firft, intitled An Att to prevent frivolous and vexatious Arrefts.

No warehouses, being diftinct buildings, and not parcels of dwelling-houfes, though they may have, George the Firft, for prevent

internal communications with them, are chargeable.

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ing frivolous and vexatious arrefts,

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and fets forth, that by the faid act no person shall be held to fpecial bail upon any procefs iffued out of any fuperior court, where the cause of action fhall not amount to the fum of ten pounds, or upwards; nor out of any inferior court, where the cause of action fhall not amount to the fum of forty fhillings, or upwards.

It further recites, that the power of arreft and imprisonment on mefne process, iffuing out of fuch inferior court, where the caufe of action does not amount to ten pounds, is found by experience to be attended with much oppreffion to great numbers of his Majesty's fubjects; for remedy whereof, it enacts, that from the paffing of this act, no perfon fhall be arrested or held to fpecial bail, upon any procefs iffuing out of any inferior Court, where the caufe of action Thall not amount to ten pounds, or upwards; but the like copies, of procefs fhall be ferved, and the like proceedings had thereupon in fuch inferior court, as are directed to be had, by the faid recited act, in fuch inferior court, in all cafes where the cause of action fhall not amount to the fum of forty fhillings.

It further enacts, that in all inferior courts (having jurisdiction to the amount of ten pounds or upwards) the like affidavit fhall be made and filed of fuch caufe of action, and the like proceedings hall be had thereupon, as are di. rected by the faid recited act, where the caufe of action amounts to the fum of forty fhillings, or upwards.

It then recites, that fo much of the feveral acts paffed for the recovery of debts within certain dif.

tricts and jurifdictions as authorife the arreft and imprisonment of defendants, where the cause of action amounts to less than ten pounds, be repealed.

That, in cafe of final judgment obtained in any inferior court, the certificate of the Judge of fuch inferior court to the fuperior court at Westminster fhall enable fuch fuperior courts to iffue writs of exetion to take the person and effects of the defendant out of the juris diction of such inferior court.

It also enacts, that on a judge. ment in an inferior court, where the damages are under ten pounds, before any execution fhall be stay. ed by writ of error, the defendant fhall give fecurity to profecute his writ of error with effect.

And then enacts, that no caufe fhall be removed by Habeas Corpus, unless the defendant fhall enter into recognizance for payment of the debt and cofts.

Abstract of the late Act passed to prevent Smuggling.

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FTER the first of Auguft,

a penalty of 300l. is laid on any master of a ship coming from abroad, having more than 100lb. of tea on board, (not being an Eaft - India fhip) or more than 100 gallons of foreign fpirits in cafks under 60 gallons (befides two gallons for each feaman on board.)

Foreign fpirits imported from any part of Europe, in a vessel containing lefs than 60 gallons, are forfeited, with the ship, furniture, &c.

When any tea, coffee, or goods liable to forfeiture, is found on board

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