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In the Lord Dorchester, from Wilmington, Mr. Christopher Osgrove and Mr. Thomas Thompson.
PERSONS LEAVING THE ISLAND:
His Majesty's Packet boat the Duke of Cumberland, Mr. J. Laing, master, with the mail for Falmouth, sailed on Monday morning from Port Royal: Passengers, Mr. and Mrs. Cuming, Dr. and Mrs. Fyfe, and Mr. Andrew Milne.
In the Duke of Baccleugh, for London, Sir Richard Basset, Knt.
In this town, Mr. James Nelson to Mrs. Mary Wright.
In Spanish Town, on Tuesday, Francis Hardwicke, Esq. Lieutenant in 62nd regiment, to Miss Mary Shaw, second daughter of William Shaw, Esq.
In this town, Master John Flanagan, the infant son of Dr. Flanagan; and Mr. Philip Couch.
Last Tuesday night, in the parish of St. Ann, Mr. John Ridley, Clerk of the Vestry of that parish.
In St. Ann's; Miss Bainbridge, daughter of Mrs. McGregor.
On Friday last week the European Club met, agreeably to advertisement, and dined together at Watson's Tavern, where they enjoyed the remainder of the day with that general effusion of joy and benevolence, which never fails to brighten an assembly of old friends and acquaintances, who had long been separated by the various cares and avocations of life.
Names of the Members who attended, and the dates of their arrival in this island:
Aaron Nunes Henriques 1741
Johannes Weise 1749
Charles Hall, sen. 1750
William Smith 1750
David Thomas 1753
Andrew Deans 1755
Peter Denap 1753
Capt. John Cathcar 1756
John Jaques 1756
Capt. George Lawrie 1758
Robert Wetherell 1759
William White 1759
George Mowatt 1763
Samuel Yates 1763
Richard Latimer 1763
Alexander McCrae 1763
Robert Donaldson 1765
Thomas Prince 1766
Capt. Matthew Lewtas 1766
George Brooks 1766
John Armstrong 1766
Thomas Avrey 1766
John McGlashan 1767
Sir A. Grant, Bart. 1761
Capt. David Robertson, 1767
Mark Howard 1768
After a plentiful and elegant repast, the following toasts were given by the Hon. John Jaques, Esq. and Mr. Aaron Nunes Henriques, the President and Vice President of the Club viz. (There then follow 18 different toasts, such as long life to the King, etc.)
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