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per Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Islands of Prince Edward and Cape Breton; also Sir James Kempt to be Lieut. Governor of Nova Scotia and its dependencies.
ajor General Sir G. Cooke, Lieut. Governor of Portsmouth, vice Kempt.
The Earl of Egremont, to be Lord Lieutenant of Sussex. Lord Lascelles, Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding of Yorkshire. John Cartwright, Esq. Consul General in Turkey. James Yeames, Esq. Consul General in the Russian Ports in the Black Sea. The Earl of Craven, to be Lord Lieutenant of Berks, vice Earl of Radnor, resigned. . Major Gen. Sir James Kempt, to be Lieutenant General in North America only. The Gazette contains orders for the Court’s going into mourning for Charles IV, late King of Sardinia, and for the late Duchess Dowager of Brunswick.
At his seat in the county of Roscommon in his 81st year, the Right Hon. Maurice Mahon, Baron Hartland, a Governor of the county of Roscommon. At Somers Town, in his 81st ear, Dr. John Wolcot, well nown to the literary world, under the name of Peter Pindar. Dowager lady Williams, relict of Sir David Williams, Bart. Sir John Courtenay Throckmorton, Bart. Caroline, Countess of Ilchester. The Right Hon. Earl Poulett, Lord Lieutenant, and Custos Rotulorum of the County of Somerset, in his 63d year. In the new forest, in his 47th year, the Earl of Errol, one of the Sixteen Peers of Scotland, hereditary Lord High Constable and Knight Mareschal of Scotland. In her 71st year, the Countess Dowager of Sefton. Sir Henry Tempest, Bart. At Leslie House, Fifeshire, Harriet Evelyn, Countess of Rothes,
At his seat, Co. of Tipperary, in his 44th year, the Right Hon. Richard Butler, Earl of Glengall, a Governor of the County of Tipperary, and a Trustee of the Linen Manufacture.
Charles IV, the former King of Spain and the Indies, died at Rome on the 20th of January.
At Ashton Hall, Lancashire, in his 80th year, Archibald Duke of Hamilton, Brandon, and Chatelherault.
At Chichester, in his 59th year, Sir George Murray, K. C. B. Vice Admiral of the Red.
On the 3rd of this month, the celebrated German writer, Augustus von Kotzebue was assassinated at Manheim by a student of Jena, named Charles Sandt, son of a Counsellor of Justice at Wunsiedel. - On March 12, the Right Rev. John Parsons, D. D. Lord Bishop of Peterborough, and Master of Baliol College, Oxford. . . On March 25, at the age of 84, Right Hon. Lady Eliz. Drummond, widow of Henry Drumand daughter of George fourth Earl of North ampton. On March 30, died in her 65th year, Anne Dowager Marchioness Townshend, relict of the first Marquis Townshend, of Rainham Hall, Norfolk. She was daughter of the late Sir William Montgomery, Bart., and has left an extensive circle of relations and I 2 friends friends to deplore the loss of one of the most amiable of women.
At Paris, in his 67th year, the Right Hon. Charles, ninth Lord Dormer, of Peterley House in the county of Buckingham and Grove Park in the county of Warwick. His funeral obsequies, according to the Church of Rome, in which communion his Lordship lived and died, were performed at St. Roche on the 5th instant. He died unmarried.
In Clarges Street, Bath, in her 69th year, Charlotte Countess Onslow.
On April 26, in her 83rd year, Mary Countess Dowager Poulett. Sir John Buchanan Riddell, Bart., M. P. for the Burghs of Selkirk, Peebles, Linlithgow and Lanark. Lord Reston, one of the Senators of the College of Justice of Scotland. At Lisbon, Charles W. Montague Scott, Duke of Buccleugh, Lord Lieutenant of the Counties of Edinburgh and Dumfries and a Knight of the Thistle.
In her 86th year, the Hon. Lady Pitt, relict of the late General Sir William Augustus Pitt. She was sister to the late Admiral Earl Howe, and to General Viscount Howe.
The Right Hon. Lady Mary Meares, third daughter of Robert, late Earl of Kingston, and wife of George Meares, Esq.
At Edinburgh, the Right Hon. Margaret, Countess of Buchan, wife to the present Earl of Buchan.
At Paris, John Robinson, Esq. M.P. of Denston Hall, Suffolk.
The Hon. Arabella, wife of General Frederick St. John, and sister to the Earl of Craven. Sir William Heathcote, Bart. After he succeeded his father, he represented the county of Southampton in three continued Parliaments, but retired from public life on account of ill health. He was succeeded by his eldest son, now Sir Thomas Heathcote, Bart. Sir John Morris, Bart. of Casemont, Glamorganshire. Mary Anastasia Grace, Baromess Mordaunt, second daughter of Charles fourth Earl of Peterborough. At Smeaton, near Edinburgh, at the age of 81, Sir George Buchan Hepburn, Bart.
At her apartments in Kensington Palace, in her 82nd yo, Porten, relict of the late Sir Stanier Porten, Knight. In Upper Grosvenor Street, in her 79th year, Sarah, Lady Cave, widow of Sir Thomas Cave, and mother of the late Sir Thomas Cave. In Berkeley Square, Thomas Graham, Esq. M. P. for the counties of Kinross and ClackmanImalle At Fulham House, Hammersmith,
smith, aged 77, Sir James Sibbald, Bart.
On the 28th in Canada, , of which province he was governoreneral, his Grace Charles fourth uke of Richmond, of that terrific malady the hydrophobia. It attacked him whilston an official jourmey through the to: rovince, and proved fatal after four days of severe suffering. The wound was inflicted about six weeks previously by a lap-dog, which died shortly after. His Grace had previously borne the office of lord lieutenant of Ireland.
Near Inverness, in her 78th year, Jean, relict of the Hon. Archibald Fraser of Lovat, and only sister of the late Sir William Fraser. At Edinburgh, Dame Matilda Theresa Cochrane Wishart, wife of Sir Thomas Cochrane, and daughter of the late Sir Charles Ross, Bart. The Right Hon. Lady Essex Ker, eldest surviving daughter of Robert Duke of Roxburgh. On the 7th of September, at Tuam Palace, in his 77th year, his Grace the Lord Archbishop of Tuam, Primate of Connaught, Bishop of Ardagh, and a Privy Councillor in Ireland. He was the third son of Marcus Beresford, Earl of Tyrone, and was brother of the #: Marquis of Waterford. He was consecrated bishop of Dromore in 1780, bishop of Ossory in 1782, and
was translated to the Archbishoprick of Tuam in 1794. He married in June 1763, Elizabeth Fitzgibbon, second daughter of John Fitzgibbon, Esq. of Mount Shannon, by whom he had ten sons and six daughters. . At Eastbourn, Sussex, Sir Arthur Piggott, so Attorney General, M. P. for the borough of Arundel for four successive parliaments. At his son's house after a short illness, in his 61st year, Sir Edward Knatchbull, Bart., one of the Representatives for the county of Kent during six parliaments. He was a zealous supporter of Mr. Pitt’s administration; but men of all parties will acknowledge that during 25 years he attended to his Parliamentary and Magisterial duties with a firmness, vigilance and integrity, which may be equalled, but is rarely excelled.
Gertrude Brand, Baroness Da- . cre. In 1771, she married Thomas Brand of the Hoo, Hertfordshire, by whom she had issue, Thomas, the Member for Hertfordshire, now Lord Dacre ; Henry, Lieutenant Colonel in the Coldstream Guards; and one daughter. w 5th. At Vevay in Switzerland, on his return home, John Somer. ville, Baron Somerville, of Scotland. The late Lord was born in 1765 at Somerville Aston, in Somersetshire. After receiving his education at Cambridge, he . made the tour of Europe, accompanied by the late Duke of Bedford. He was high in the favour of his sovereign, and bore for - several
several years the office of one of the Lords of his Majesty's Bedchamber. In the parliament elected in 1796, he sat as one of the Sixteen Scots Peers. In his 29th year, the Hon. Frederic Sylvester North Douglas, only son of Lord Glenbervie, and M. P. for Banbury. He was married in July last to Harriet, eldest daughter of William, Wrighton, Esq. At Hall Place, Berks, in his 83rd year, Sir William East, Bart. At the Hague, on the 15th of October, the Princess Dowager of Brunswick Luneburg, sister of the King of the Netherlands. At Kibroy, co. Tipperary, the Right Hon. Maria, Baroness Dunalley. She was the only daughter of Dominick Trant, Esq. and was married in 1802, to Henry Prittie, Lord Dunalley, by whom she had no issue.
At Doneraile House, in the county of Cork, in his 65th year, the Right Hon. Hayes St. Leger, Wiscount Doneraile, a Governor of the county of Cork. He was born in March 1755, and married in 1785 Charlotte Bernard, sister of Francis, Earl of Bandon, by whom he left two daughters and an only son. His lordship possessed very extensive estates in the counties of Cork and Waterford, and principally resided at his beautiful seat at Doneraile, where he was much beloved.
On the 22nd at Charlton House
Wilts, in the 82nd year of her age, the Right Honourable Julia Countess of Suffolk and Berkshire.
At Tunbridge Wells, the most Rev. Euseby Cleaver, D. D. Lord Archbishop of Dublin and Bishop of Glandelagh, Primate of Ireland, Chancellor of the Order of St. Patrick and Visitor of Trinity College, Dublin. After residing some time in Ireland, he married a lady of that country, by whom he had several children, and who died much lamented in 1816. In her 76th year, Lady Anne Fitzwilliam, sister of the present Earl. Aged 64, Emily, wife of the Right Hon. Lord Henniker. Dec. 14. At Eglinton Castle, Ayrshire, the Right Hon. Hugh Montgomerie Earl of Eglinton Lord Montgomerie and Kilwinning, Knight of the Order of the Thistle, Lord Lieut. of Ayrshire, one of the State Counsellors of the Prince of Wales. His lordship was the son of Alexander Montgomerie, Esq. of Cuilsfield. He married Eleanora, daughter of J. Hamilton, Esq. By this lady he had several children, only two females of whom are living. He succeeded his cousin Archibald, as Earl of Eglinton in 1796. At Kinsale, the Right Hon. Susan, Baroness Kinsale. She was daughter of Conway Blennerhasset, Esq. and was married in 1763 to John de Courcy, 26th Lord Kinsale, by whom she has
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