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Eliz. Mosley, daughter of Geo. Vesey, esq. to Miss La. fir John Parker Mosley,
touch, daughter of the bart.
right hon, dow. Latouch. Rev. Mr. Palmer to Miss
Hon. John Colvill, eldest Eliz. Payne, daughter of
fon of lord Colvill, to fir Gillies Payne, bart.
Miss Ford. Sept. 4. James Lowther, esq. to lady Nov. Tho. Bligh, esq. to lady Eliz. Fane, 'lifter of the
Theodofia Bligh. earl of Westmorland.
13. Col. Coussmaker to the 5. Hon. Geo. Annesley, son
hon. Miss Southwell. of viscount Valentia to 23. Nich. Ridley, elg. brother the hon. Miss Anne Court
of fir Matthew White nay.
Ridley, bart. to Miss LeSir Edward Hales, bart. to
titia Atkins. Miss Palmer.
Capt. Clive to the hon, Miss 3. Hon. John Eliot to Miss
Sir Edw. Wm. Crosbie to
Mrs. Dodd, daughter of Dr. Stewart, of Southamp
lady Hester Westenra. ton, to lady Shelley.
Wm. Mansel, esq. eldest son 27. Jac. Bosanquet, esq. to
of fir Wm. Mansel, bart. Mrs. Grady, fister of fir
to Miss Bell. Geo. Armytage, bart.
Barry Denny, esq. fon of Peter Godfrey, efq. to Miss
far B. Denny, bart. to Rowley, daughter of the
miral of Great Britain and Ireland, Oet. 6. John Wigsten, esq. to Miss vice Gower, resigned.
Lake,daughter of fir James Hon. Miss Julia Digby, appointed Winter Lake, bart. one of the maids of honour to her Christ. Mufgrave, esq. fe. majefty, vice Gunning, refigned. cond son of fir Philip Mus. Wm. Bellingham, esq. appointed grave, to the hon. Miss one of the commisioners in quality Archer.
of a principal officer of his majefty's 12. Earl of Donegall to Miss navy, vice Campbell, deceased. Barbara Godfrey
Francis Stephens, esq. appointed
to Miss Susan Lambton, majesty's navy, vice Bellingham
Henry Hamilton, esg. appointed
governor and commander in chief The right hon. Dudley Ryder, to of the Bermuda or Somers Inands, be one of his majesty's commission. vice Browne.
ers for the affairs of India. Febr. Major - general Thomas Mr. Nicholas, member for Crick. Stirling to be colonel of the 411t lade, and Mr. Buller, to be comregiment of foot, vice major-general missioners of excise. M Nab, deceased.
April. The right hon. lord Henry The earl of Chesterfield to be John Spencer, his majetty's secretary joint poftmafter-general, vice the of embaffy to the states-general of earl of Westmoreland, lord lieut. of the United Provinces, to the chaIreland.
racter of his majesty's minifter pleThe right hon. John Charles nipotentiary to their high mightiVilliers to be chief juitice in Eyre neffes. North of Trent.
James Duff, esq. to be his maThe hon. Dudley Ryder to be jefty's consul at Cadiz. comptroller of his majeity's house Sir Alexander Hood, to be rear hold, in the room of the right hon. admiral of Great Britain, in the John Charles Villiers, resigned. room of admiral Darby, deceased.
George Auft, efq. to be joint George Hammond, efq. to be feunder secretary of state with Mr. cretary of legation at the court of Burges, vice the hon. Mr. Ryder. Copenhagen.
March. The earl of Leicester to Charles Henry Talbot, of Belfast, be master of the mint, vice the earl esq. to the dignity of a baronet of of Chesterfield ; and viscount Fal-. Ireland. mouth to be captain of the band The right Rev. Father in God of gentlemen pensioners, vice the Lewis lord bishop of Norwich transearl of Leicester.
lated to the fee of St. Asaph. Earl Harcourt to be master of the June. Colonel George Hotham, horfe to her majesty, vice the earl David Dundas, Adam Williamson, of Waldegrave, deceased.
Robert Abercromby, Gerard Lake, Doctor William Black to be firit Thomas Musgrave, Joseph Gorephysician to his majesty in Scot- ham, Guftavus Guydickens, John land.
Mansell, George Morgan, AlexJohn Hunter, efq. to be surgeon- ander Stewart, James Coates, Ralph general of his majelty's forces, and Dundas, Richard Whyte, Alured inspector of the regimental hospi. Clarke, and James Hugonin, to be tals, vice Robert Adair, deceased. major-generals in the army.
Surgeon Thomas Keate, of the Right hon. John James earl of ist reg. of foot guards, to be fur. Abercorn, to be governor of the geon of Chelsea-hospital.
counties of Donegal and 'Tyrone, ia Sir William Scott, to be master Ireland. of the faculties, in the room of the The Rev. Charles Morgan, A.M. late bishop of St. Asaph.
to the deanry of his majesty's ca. Commissioner Martin, of the thedral church of St. Patrick, in dock-yard at Portsmouth, to be the diocese of Ardagh, in Ireland. comptroller of the navy, vice fir The Rev. John Horne, D.D. . Charles Middleton, refigned. dean of Canterbury, to the bishop
rick of Norwich, vice Dr. Bagot, Pery, D.D. bishop of Limerick, trandated to St. Afaph.
Ardfert, and Aghdadoe, baron Earl Gower to be his majesty's Glentworth, of Mallow, in Cork. ambassador extraordinary and ple Mrs. Margaretta Foster, wife of nipotentiary to the most christian the right hon. John Foster, baroness king.
Oriel, of Collon, in Louth; and to Right hon. George Granville Le- the heirs male of her body lawfully vefon Earl Gower, to be one of his begotten by the said John Foster, majesty's most hon. privy council. the dignity of baron Oriel, of Col
Charles Oakeley, of Shrewsbury, lon aforefaid. esq. to be a baronet of the king Right hon. George Agar, baron dom of Great Britain, and the heirs Callan, of Callan, in Kilkenny. male of his body lawfully begotten. Robert Dillon, of Clonbrock, in
Archibald Cockburn, esq. to be Galway, esq. baron Clonbrock, of one of the barons of his majesty's Clonbrock aforesaid. exchequer in Scotland, vice the late James Alexander, of Caledon, in David Stewart Moncrieffe, esq. de- Tyrone, efq. baron Caledon, of Caceased.
ledon aforeiaid. George Bachan Hepburn, esq. to The dignity of a Baron of the be judge of the admiralty court of Kingdom of Great Britain to the Scotland, on the resignation of feveral Noblemen and GentleArchibald Cockburn, el. late judge men following, and the heirs thereof.
male of their respective bodies The right hon. George Henry lawfully begotten, by the names, earl of Euston to be lord lieutenarit stiles, and titles under mentioned, of the county of Suffolk.
viz. The right hon. James marquis of The right hon. Arthur earl of Graham to be lord lieutenant of Donegall, of the kingdom of Irethe county of Huntingdon.
land, baron Fisherwick, of FisherThe right hon. Philip earl of wick, in Staffordshire. Hardwicke to be lord lieutenant of The right hon. James earl of Fife, the county of Cambridge.
of the kingdom of Ireland, baron The Rev. William Buller to be of Fife, in the county of Fife. dean of Canterbury, vice Dr. John The right hon. James Bucknall Horne, promoted to the bishopric Grimston, viscount Grimston, of the of Norwich.
kingdom of Ireland, baion VeraRev. Ch. Harward, D.D. to be lam, of Gorhambury, in the county dean of Exeter, vice Dr. William of Hertford. Buller, promoted.
The right hon. Constantine John The Rev. Jofeph Turner, D.D. lord Mulgrave, of the kingdom of to be dean of Norwich, vice the Ireland, baron Mulgrave, of MulRev. Dr. Philip Lloyd, deceased.
grave, in Yorkshire. The dignity of a Baron of the Archibald Douglas, esq. baron
Kingdom of Ireland to the fol- Douglas, of Douglas, in the county lowing persons and their heirs of Lanerk; and male, by the names, ftiles, and Edwin Lascelles, esq. baron titles under mentioned, viz. Harewood, of Harewood, in YorkThe Right Rev. William Cecil shire.
Rt. rev. Dr. George Lewis Jones,
Lieut. col. James Moncrief, of bishop of Kilmore, translated to the the corps of royal engineers, to be bishoprick of Kildare, and to hold deputy quarter-master-general of the deanry of Christ Church, Dub- his majesty's forces, vice majorlin, in commendam, vice Jackson, der general William Roy, deceased. ceased.
Charles Henry Fraser, esq. to be Rt. rev. William Foster, bishop his majesty's minister plenipotenof Cork and Ross, translated to tiary to the circle of Lower SaxKilmore, vice Jones.
ony, and resident with the Hanse Rev. William Bennet, D. D. pro- Towns, vice Emanuel Mathias, esq. moted to the bishoprick of Cork deceased. and Ross.
William Hanbury, esq. to be his Right hon. William Pitt, elected majesty's agent consul in the circle high fteward of the university of of Lower Saxor.y, and the free cities Cambridge, vice earl Hardwicke, of Hamburgh, Bremen, and Lubeck. deceased.
Admiralty Office, Sept. 21. July. Rev. Combe Miller, M. A. This day, in pursuance of the appointed dean of the cathedral king's pleasure, the following fiagchurch of Chichester, vice Harward, officers of his majesty's feet were resigned.
promoted, viz. John Orde, esq. governor of the Sir Edward Hughes, K E. John ifand of Dominica, and captain in Evans, and Mark Milbanke, esqrs. the royal navy, created a baronet. vice admirals of the white, to be
Henry James Pye, efq. appointed vice admirals of the red. poet laureat to his majesty, vice Thomas Graves, Robert Digby, Warton, deceased.
and Benjamin Marlow, esqrs. and Paul Deugenan, esq. LL.D. to fir Alexander Hood, K. B. vicebe king's advocate in the court of admirals of the blue, to be vice-ad. admiralty in Ireland.
mirals of the white. John Sylvester, esq. to be com Sir Richard Hughes, knt. John mon serjeant of the city of London. Elliott, and William Hotham, esqrs,
Auguit. Rev. Mr. Winstanley, rear-admirals of the red, and Joseph of Hertford College, Oxford, ap- Peyton, efq. rear-admiral of the pointed Camden profeffor of an- white, to be vice-admirals of the tient history ; vice Warton, de. blue. ceased.
John Carter Allen, esq. fir 64th regiment of foot. Major- Charles Middleton, and fit' John general John Leland to be colonel, Laforey, barts. John Dalrymple, vice lieut. gen. Pomeroy, deceased.esq. Herbert Sawyer, esq. fir Rich.
Lieut. col. Oliver De Lancey, of King, knt. and Jonathan Faulknor, the 17th regiment of (light) dra- efq. rear-admirals of the white, to goons, to be deputy adjutant-gen. be rear-admirals of the red. of the forces in South Britain, vice Phillip Affleck, esq. fir Richard major-general Williamson, promoted Bickerton, bart. the hon. J. Leveto the command of the 47th regi. fon Gower, fir John Jervis, K. B.
and Adam Duncan, efq. rear-admi. 47th regiment of foot. Major- rals of the blue, to be rear-admirals general Adam Williamson to be of the white. colonel, vice Guy lord Dorchester, The following captains were alf.
appointed fag-officers of his ma- Trent, vice the right hon. George jesty's fleet, viz.
Evelyn, viscount Falmouth. Richard Braithwaite, and Phil Lieutenant - general fir Robert lips Colby, esqrs. to be rear-admirals Boyd, K. B. to be governor of Gibof the white.
raltar, vice right hon. general lord Thomas Fitzherbert, Samuel Cor- Heathfield, deceased; and majornith, John Brisbane, John Houlton, general fir Henry Calder, bart. to be Charles Woolseley, Charles Inglis, lieut. governor of Gibraltar, vice and Sam. Cranston Goodall, efqrs. lieut. gen. fir Robert Boyd. to be rear-admirals of the blue. The right hon. Dudley Ryder to
And the following further pro- be president of the committee of motions of sea-officers have also privy council appointed for the been made, viz.
confideration of all matters relating Twenty masters and command.' to trade and foreign plantations, ers, taken from the list of those who in the absence of the right hon. were made before the end of 1782, Charles lord Hawkesbury. to be post captains.
Lord viscount Wentworth to be Twenty lieutenants, taken from one of the lords of his majesty's the list of those who were made be- bed-chamber. fore the end of 1780, to be masters Joshua Johnson, esq. to be conand commanders.
ful for the united states of AmeTwenty midshipmen, formerly rica at the port of London, and the appointed lieutenants by commande places adjacent. ers in chief, which appointment, from Novem. Right hon. Henry baron particular circumstances, could not Digby, created viscount Coleshill, be confirmed, to be lieutenants. county of Warwick, and earl of
October. The dignity of a mar- Digby, county.cf Lincoln. quis of the kingdom of Great Bri Right hon. Algernon Percy, lord tain, to the right hon. John James Louvaine and baron of Alnwick, Hamilton, earl of Abercorn, and the created earl of Beverley, in the heirs male of his body lawfully be- county of York. gọtten, by the name, style, and title Right hon. William Hall Gage, of marquis of Abercorn.
viscount Gage of the kingdom of The hon. capt. Keith Stewart to Ireland, and baron Gage of Firle, in the rank of rear-admiral of the blue the kingdom of Great Britain, creatsquadron of his majesty's fleet. ed baron Gage of Highmeadows,
John Cowflade, efq. to be gentle county of Gloucester; with remainman usher of the privy chamber to der
to his nephew, Henry Gage, esq. ber majesty, vice the late general Right hon. William Wyndham Wynyard; John Smith, efq. to be Grenville, created baron Grenville, gentleman ulher daily waiter, vice of Wotton under Bernewood, in the John Cowllade, esq.; and county of Buckingham. Molesworth, esq. to be gentleman His grace the duke of Montrose, usher quarter waiter, vice John appointed master of the horse to the Smith, esq.
king, vice the duke of Montagu, The right hon. John Charles Vil- deceased. liers to be warden and chief justice Decem. Geo. Hammond, esq. apin eyre of all his majesty's forests, pointed secretary of embassy at the parks, chaces, and warrens beyond court of Madrid.