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Royal Gazette

October 25, 1794

Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies


On the Friends, Dunlop, from Greenock, Messrs. Walker, Bishop, Griffin, and Spalding.

On the Willding, Pemberton, from Liverpool, Mr. Frances.

On the Success, Evans, from Tobago, Messrs. H. M. McLean and Arch. Haughy.

On the Eliza, Harrison, from Liverpool, Mr. Atkinson.

On the Hero, Robertson, from London, Mr. Campbell.


Oct 2 Robert Newby, St. Ann


In London, in August last, Robert Graham, Esq. to Mrs. Lowe, both of this island.

In this town, Mr. John Miskelly(?), silversmith, to Miss Anne Mills, daughter of Captain Mills, of this town.


On Thursday last died, sincerely lamented, only a few months from her first arrival in this island, Miss Smith, daughter of William Smith, Esq. his Majesty's naval store keeper.

On Friday the 10th last died, at the Chapel in Clarendon, in the prime of life, Daniel Mackenzie, Esq. in the commission of the peace for that parish. The benevolence of his disposition, and sociality of his manners, endeared him to a numerous and respectable acquaintance. Through the course of a lingering, wasting disorder, he displayed a manly fortitude, a Christian resignation. His remains were interred with the attention and solemnity due to such a character.

On the 21st last at Y. S. estate, in St. Elizabeth's, Mr. John Bertie, carpenter.

In Spanish Town, in childbed, Mrs. Simpson, wife of Lieut. S. Simpson of 20th Light Dragoons; their infant died the following day.

Yesterday, in Liguanea, Thomas Kaylet, Esq. His death was occasioned by a kick from a vicious horse, on Thursday last, in attempting to take a lady out of a chaise, after having extricated himself.

In this town, Mr. William Morgan; and Miss Waterhouse, eldest daughter of Benjamin Waterhouse, Esq.

Montego Bay, Oct 18 - In Hispaniola, Mr. Jonas Bishopp, Hospital Mate to the 16th regiment, while quartered here.

At Savana la Mar, Mr. John George Claverly.

In this parish, last Saturday, Mrs. Morris, the wife of Philip Anglin Morris, Esq.

Falmouth, October 22 - In this parish, at Dry Valley, Mr. William Russel; at Peru, Mr. McQueen; at Rose Hill, Mr. A. March; and at Merry Wood, Mr. A. Graham.

CAVEATS entered in this Office

On whose Estate/ By whom entered

Oct 16 G(?), James by George Cooke

Oct 17 Johnson, Henry by John Greenland

Oct 17 Phillips, John by George Woodbine

Oct 17 Sinclair, Edward by Susanna Sinclair

Oct 18 Sutton, Thomas by Robert Donbavand

Oct 18 Macfarlane, James by John Young

Oct 18 Parker, Johanna by Susanna Parker Harrison

Oct 23 Brady, Charles by Godfrey Morgan

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