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List of Marriages Deaths, &c
Capt. King, many years I Lisbon trader.
Rt Hon. Lord R0U0, at Leicester, in bin way to Bristol, for the lecoveiy of hie health a he was lately Lt Col. of the ssd Reg. and was interred at Leicester, pursuant to hia request, with all military honours.
3. Ben. Hillborongh, Esq; at Beckenham,
Rev. Mr Rulhbrook. R. of Moundfoid, and V. ot Goodcnftone, Norfolk.
S. Cha. Whitfield, Esq; in Charterhouse-sq.
Rev. Mrjohnioo at Lancaster.
p Jon. Trueman of Warwickshire, Efqa
Rev. Mr Vade, V. of Croydon.
Mrs Devcrell. at Wells, aged 105. r
11. Henry Van Noort, Esq; in Bartlett'abuildings.
Wm Wyatt, Esq; in Gr. Q11. 0. Line.fields
Relict of Seth Jermy, Esq; at Richmond.
Daniel Morcland, Esq; in Line. Inn field*.
Dr Bl-ke, R. of Tonworth, Gloucefterlh.
11. Geo. Hicks, Esq; in Red-lion st Holb.
John Benr.et of Avsesham, Norfolk, Esq;
Gen. Guise, Col. of the 6th R. of foot, and governor of Berwick.
13. Ja. Wigley, Esq; memb. for Leicester.
Wm Wardle, Esq; of St Edmond'i-biiry.
Wm Ferdinand Carey, Lord Hunsdon, a peer of England, and the oldest member of the parliament of Great-Britain, at his cenar try feat near Alphcn, (a village three leaguea from Lcyden) in the 8id year of his aze.— His lord/hip's ancestor, Henry Carey. Baron of Hunsdon in the county of Hertford, waa so created in the first year as Queen Elizabeth (in regard of hit being her first cousin, hia mother being Mary, daughter to Tho. Bullen, Earl of Wiltshire, and sister to Anne Bullen. —Some of his lordship's later ancestors being younger sons, entered into the service of the stacei-general, and married into the most eminent families in Holland. And his lordship was born beyond sea, but naturalized in 1690. He succeeded to the title in 1701 (being the 8th Lord Hunsdon) and took hia seat in tbe house of Peets in 1708. His lordship married in 1718, Grace, daughter to Sir Edw. Waldo, ot London, Knt. and widow of Sir Nicholas Wolftenholme, of Forty-Hill, in Middlesex, Bart, but she died in 1720 without issue.
14.. SirT. Palmer, Bt.mem, forLeiceflerua
Edm, Godfrey of Crutchcd ftiats, Esq.
15. S. fionner, Esq; a master in Chancery.
16. Lady of the Hilltop of l-'ernes.
17. WmLethuillier, Esq; in Suffolk-lane.
John Edwards, ploughman, near Basing* stoke, aged 105. ■jf"
Jeremiah Marlow, Esq; at Hackney ; h« hat lert to St Thomas's and the London hospitals 1000/, each ; to St Bartholomew 1, St Luke's, Bethlehem, and Christ's, 500/. each.
Tho. Grant, in Norfolk, aged ill. -)t
Jacob Elton, Elq; sen. alderman of Bristol.
• I. Ja. Wigley, Esq; mem. for Leicester.
25. Mr Empsoa., one os the iibraiiaaa V the Musscum,
The Gentleman § Magazine:
0|j London Sp
Let" don Eve in;
Lloyd's Etcotng Monday. Wti * r.f.lay, Fnrtay.
North I riion
CfrJrj Seivi. Coventry % Colchester York i papers Dublin 3 E.iingbu.gh Bristol a
Xkoxt in ■Quarttitp anD griater Batista than arts 'vBoon of tfte *ino «ntr Price.
XVII. Lord ilardiuiclet answer.
XVJJI. Balfour't account of the murder 6f
the Earl os Murray. XIX Aichbp SfirsmooiFi account of the same
I. Minute! of the proceedings of the Board of Longitude relative to Mr Harrifm't watch.
II. Letter to Lord B—U relative to the late charges in the Ministry.
IU. Mt C—niiV and,Mr P—tt compared
V. The iryal of Friendihip, an affecting storv.
VI. Memoirs of the life of Custavui Ailolflui, the great Icing of Stveder.
VII. Moral Letter* to form the heart.
VJII A i cmJtliable passige in Innaul illuftr>(ed\
IX- nil of mortality at SLifild.
X. Portrait of posterity; a political ironv.
XJ. The drt<m <rf /mi, an instructive^' ry.
XII.—The infelicity of human life finely represented,
XIII. —An aslecting scene of conjugal affection.
XIV.—Inrrructiveeonversation of a sequestered hermit.
XV. A method of dtsltoying Wasp* and Hornet!,
XX. An honest roan'a reasons for declining to talce par; in the new administration.
XX I. Per T a Y.Tour thro' Breianl'and Flandtr%; thought! on sudden death j Spring; the Stage Coarh, &e.
XXII List of Both, tviib Remasts. Wat. Acount of inocculation in Scoildnd.-~-Pa~ litteal Logic displayed j or, a key to D'l'—'s though'! of civil liberty, licentiousness, and /action-—The philosophical Commerce ot Arts.—An account of the culture of car* rut, published by desire of the Society cf Arts. __
XXVI. Rtvtartablc Evens. Suicide!, murcers, punishm -nts, n< ;,n;l indignities; part of Gov. Frankhn't speech ; description os Penfaiola, &c. &e.
XXVII. Usjhrkal Chronicle. Rioti, duel*, AdVniralty rryiis, Canaddbills stated", Bfc.
XXVIII. List of births, deaths, &e.
XVI. Letter from the University of Cambridge to t«ord Hard-aikle.
With * net* and accurate Map of the Roads from London to Portsmouth, to Cbithejfer> to Southampton, and to Poll, snd of the Road from Scutbamptcn to Winchester; in which the exact Distance from Town is set down; the post and crois Roads pointed out ; the Cities and market Towns distinguished j and the principal Scats, Harks, and Village! adjoining o the Roads properly expressed.
— Oath to be tendered Mr Harrisonjo5
Board's unanimous resolutions
Letter to Ld B —te, relative to [.the
Mr C-.-wi/fc and Mr F //compar-
—Horrible barbarities committed af-
—Steps taken to recover an unexpect-
—Reasons against so rash a step ib
—The question whether Gufta-vus fell
—An affecting instance of conjugal
—Singular condition of * hermit 3*7
A method of destroying Wasps and
Ho< ivts a
L-ttei from Cambridge .University to
An honest man's reason's for declin-
Character of the Marquis of R—bam
Historical Chronicle. Riots, wagers,
Canada bills stated ; arch of Blatkfriai s
itt ot war ruget, dei.ths, 8c. 347-I
Gentleman s Magazine \
For J U L Y 1765.
Adm. of the White, the Blue.
Minutes of the Proceedings of the CtmmisJSoners for Discovery os the Longitude, •with rcsbefi 10 Mr H.irri(bn\i Watch. (See Vol. xxxiv. p. 380.)
The Commissioners present were The Right Hon. the E»rl of Egmr.t, First
Lord of the Admiralty, Sir Jebtt Cufl, speaker of the H. os Commoni. Viscount Harrington, treasurer of the navy. Sir Hr: liom Roiutey. admiral of the fleet. Henry OJhi'ti, Esq j Sir Edward'Hawke,
Ho*, yu,, Fcri,, yAimMtof
Sir Gecr?e Poccck,\
Ears of Aferton. President of the Royal Society,
Reverend Mr Mastelyne, Astronomer Royal.
Re*. Mr Horn/by. Sanlian Professor of Astronomy at Oxjerd.
Re*. MriiWfi, Savilian Professor of Geometry at Oxford.
Rev. Mr Shepherd, Plumian Professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy C at Cambridge.
Mr Waring, Lucafian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge.
Cbarlei y nkinfon, E'q; 7 Secretaries of the
Thomas rVbaie'.y, Eso, j J Treasury.
Philif Stephens, Esq; Sec. of the Admiralty.
GeorgeCoekburne, Esq; comptroller of the navy
Rev. Or Long, Lmandeit Professor of Astro- J) nomy at Cambridge.
Harrison'* son being called in, was asked in what manner hi* lather proposed to discover the principles of hit Watch, orTime keeper? He E answered, hy delivering to the Board the dravyings from which the time keeper was constructed, with explanations in writing; he added, that, upon this, his father expeJted a certificate to enable him to receive the first reward, directed so be paid by the act ot the nth of <^_F Anne.
Mr Harrison then withdrew, and the board being unanimously of opinion, that drawings and written trxpUna
"That Mr Harrison be acquainted, that the Commissioners do expect his compliance with what is under-mentioned, before they can give him the certificate he requires, vise,
"1. That he shall discover fully, by drawings and a written explanation, the principles upon which.hi* said watch is constructed, and deliver the fame to this board, upon oath.
"2. That he lhall give a further explanation by word of mouth, and experimental exhibitions where judged necessary, of Uie said principles, and of eveiy thing relative toihe construction of the said Watch j pioducing the same; taking it to pieces; and answering, upon oath, to every
?jueftion proposed by the Board, and uch persons as may be appointed by them for the examination thereof.
"3. That he is to make over the property of the three several Timekeepers, and the Watch, when he shall receive his certificate."
Mr Harrison's son wai then called in in again,; and a copy of the Resolutions being given him, he was told that the Board expected his father's determination on the next Thursday morning.
On 'Thursday the Board having met again, Mr Harrison, with his son, attended, and he consented to discover the principles of his Watch, agreeable to the Resolutions of the last Board.
The Board then took into consideration the nomination of proper persons to be present when the discovery should be made, and came to the following resolutions, in which Mr Harrison concurred.
"That, in addition to such of the Commissioners who shall chuse to be present, three gentlemen skilled in mechanics, and three watchmakers, be appointed to attend when '*" * bovetnentioneddiscovery sl--v