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26. At Bath, of a mortification in his curate of Cheshunt, one of the surrogates of bowels, Mr. Peter Cazalet, sen. merchant in the London diocele, and one of the preachers Austin Friars.

at Whiteball. Mrs. Cresswell, relict of the late Cha. C. In Berkley-street, Portman-squa. Francis erq. of the General Poft-office.

Ritchie Mowat, lieutenant in the navy, lon At his fe:t at Bramling, in his 811t year, of Capt. Francis M. of Aberdeen. Adm. Cha. Knowler,? superannuated adiniral. 30. Mr. Ja. Kilvington, attorney, of Red

At Chelien, Mrs. Tracy, relict of the late Lion-square. Hon. John Atkyns T. of Stanway, co. Glou Miss Saxby, only daughter of Wm. S. esq. cefter, and late one of the cursitor barons of water-bailiff of London. the Exchequer.

At Peterborough, aged near 80, Mrs. At Paris, M. Gerbier. He was one of the Bollway, relict of Mr. Jos. B. formerly best lawyers in France, and the most elo: grocer there. quent orator at the bar. He was born at 31. At Stanmore, Middlesex, aged 74, Rennes, the capital of Bretany, in July, Rev. James Dalton, rector of that place; to 1725. His voice was reckoned one of the which lie was handsomely presented by Gede most harmonious, and the most perfect in its Drummond, etc. 15,81, (see vol. LI. p. 444-) tones, of any of the public speakers.

havius formerly kept an academy there. At Callercoate, co. Northumberland, Jas. At his house in St. Martin's Stamford-BaMills. He was a filherm , in 1715, et ron, co. Lincoln, advanced in years, the Rev. Bamborough, when Lance Earrington took · Geo. Pochin, rector of Morcot, co. Rutland, Holy Iiland Cattle, and was in company and Caythorpe, co. Lincoln. He was a gewith the country people raised in search of neral philanthropist, of a most pious disposihim. At the age of 82 lie married a widow, tion, greatly revered by his parishioners, and a fecond wife, and begot three daughters, the every person who knew him, for his exten. eldest of whom marriedl a fisherman, and has five charity and benevolence. had three children.

At Weiton, Herts, Rev. Jof. Reed, near 27. Mrs. Seddon, wife of Mr. S sen, the 57 years vicar of that paritin. His immefamous cabinet-ibaker in Aljerigate-itreet. diate predeceffor in the living held it 64

At Barrowhy, advanced in years, Mrs. years; 10 that it had been in poileflion of two Parions, a widow lady of York, and relict llicceive incumbents above 120 years. of the late Major P.

At her house in Curzon-street, May Fair, At Lillon-green, Paddington, James Mel- after a painful illness, which the bore with liar, M.D. of North Cadbury, co. Somerset. great resolution, the Right Hon. Susannan

At Poitsinouth, in his 95th year, Mr. Lady Viscounters Fane, relict of Charles V W'm. Tattum.

count F. of the kingdom of Ireland. She wis 29. Mr. Wm. Lyon, one of the yeomen of daughter of John Marriott, efq. of Sunning, his Majesty's body-guards.

Berks, and Stuiton, Suttolk; and was marAged S1, Rev. Mr. Cha. Welley, brother ried, uit, in 1726, to Sir Wm. Juxon, bart. to the celebrated Mr. Jolu W.; the joint of Little Compton, co. Gloucester, who died founders of the feet called Methodists. S. P. Feb. 3, 1739 ; 2dly, June 8, 1749, to

At Granby-row, Dublin, the Riglit Hon. Viscount Fane, by whom the had no chile Baroness Dillon.

dren. Viscount F. had two filters, his coAged 71, Rev. Mr. Wright, recior of Heirs; Mary, married to Jerome Baron de Birkin, co. Yoik.

Salis, and Dorothy, the present Countess of Aged 87, Mrs. Day, widow, of Deeping Sandwich.--Her Lidyship actually wrote, St. James, co, Lincoln.

and superintended the press while they were 29. At Blandford Park, the seat of the

printing those anecdotes respecting hersell, Duke of Beaufort, in his 21st year, William which are introduced in the celebrated novel Evelyn, efq. only ion of Wm. E. ef4. of St. of “Peregrine Pickle;” and which, in beauty Clere, in Kent, M.P. for lythe, in that of compofition, are so fuperior to the rest of crunty. His death was occafio:ied by the that work. Dr. Smollett received a very hurt he received in consequence of a fall handsome reward for inferting them, but had from his horse, as he was hunting fome no share whatever i. preparing them for the weeks ago, which was then thouglie to be public eye.---Her life afforded a melancholy only a figlit injury to his head. A few days intance of the miferies infeparable from a afterwards he appeared tolerably well ruch milapplication of superior talents and elegant vered, and went on a visit to the Marquis of accomplithmets; and her indifcretion furWorcester ; where, over-heating himu eit „Dislied materiais for the reprehensible book with riding, à pain in his lead uniue!, and Hluded to in the i Anecdotes of Mr. Bov. he was obliged to undergo the operation of you," p. 366.–To the fate of this lady, Jeatrepänning, which he survivcionly two days. to: his 3 be sutiful allusion in his Vauty of

At Ellinore, co. Glucester, Rer. Charles Human Wilhes:" Bilbop, rector of Elkstone and Rudfori', and “Yei Vane could tell what ills from beauty in the cominision of he peace forth it co.

fpung, At Clichunt, Perts, Rev. T:0. Grinti!), Ani Salley and the form that picada M.A. len. fellow of Sc. jUhn's College, Ox. It has been fuppofud; but erroneouidly, that

Obituary of considerable Perfons; with Biographical Anecdotes. 369 her portrait was intended hy Hogarth in his forfeiture, he growlingly came forward, and *Henry VIIL. and Anne Boleyn."

in his coarse way thus addressed the audience : At Brompton row, Mirs. Johnson, widow “ Ladies and Gentlemen, lam dei red by the of the late Harry of Milton Bryant, manager to inform you, that the dance inco. Bedford.

tended for this nigl.t is obliged to be poste Ansil 1. in St. John's Square, Mr. Tho. poned, on account of Malemovfelle Rollan Kent, late drussit in Alderigate-treet. having didlocated her ancle; I with it had

In Halsey-out, Black 12:1-ftreet, Mr. been her neck, the h-och." Halliday, formerly an eminent lug.r-haker 7. At her seat at Campsey Am, co. Siiff. and retiner ai Paui's Wharf, in the house oc aged 83, Mrs. Eliz. Braham, a maiden lady, cupied by the late Sir Barnard Turner.- who had but a few son:hs survived an only What renders his death more diftreiling is, filter. Her real elisas, which were condithat bis wife lay dead at the time; and four derable in that count, the his he juesthed to children are totally unprovided for.

her cour, Philip-Edward of 4. In Crown-couri, Ralph at Tapanooly, in the illand of Sumitra, the next Torney ai law, forn:eriy of Gray's lun, and heir male of her name and fasvilv. one of the six gentlemen whom Mir. Mack In an advancel age, Lady Grierson, relict lin prosecuted, fome years ago, for a confpic of late Sir Gilb. G. bit. of Laz, in Dumfries. racy against liim. This conspiracy began 8. At Baih, about six o'clock in the mornwith their hitling him fro:n the stage, lien ing, the Right Hon. Richard Rigby, M.P. for he attempted to perform the character of Tavistock. His illness was not of long dura. Macbeth. Mr. Macklin retense! this in a tien ; its approach was sudden; but from the manner which part of the audience did not firit, the enticts were highly alarming to his like; and they obliged ihe managers to dito friends. This last complaint was that of a inits him. He afterwards bronglit his action droply; in which he was attended by Dr. against Aldus and five others, which ended Harrington. According to the best calculain a comproinise, Mr. Maklin «greeng to ton we ca mke, he was about 65 or 66 their taking 16o. of tickets on his warner's years of age, - Ir. R., at a very early benefit, rool, on his owii, una parlag ire age, a contpicuous figure in life. It was not law costs. The burelen of this tell murally accident that brought him into the higher on Aldus.

circles. He was born to a handsome patri. At Framinghum, co. Suffik, aged 107, mony, Miniley, the text where he lately reMrs. Anne Butler, a maiden lily; formerly fidel, once port fled by the famous Aubrey maid of honour to Queen Aone, and a reia de Vere, Esrl of Oxfor!; on his acceltion to tion to the Duke of Ormond, on whose dif- it in 1730 the rent-roll was riool. a ye.l'.grace the retired to the above town.

Mr. R's father was a wvoilen-draper in Pa. 5. In her 85th year, at the Rev. Dr. Pell's, teruniter-row, but being appointed by the in Little Deal's-yard, Weronit. Mrs. Bell, South Sea comp ny, under the patronage of relict of the luce Wm. B. c. of Grenwich. Sir Jon and Sir Joseph Eyles, their factor

Of a fever, aged it, Mir. Julin Pland, foil under the alliento, or contract, with the of Mr. B. of Mincing-lane.

Spanish crown, thereby got a large fortune In Temple-itreet, Bristol, Mr. Jof. Ring, and purchased the estate of Miltley, which potter. He was unfortunately killed by the his for has very much enlarged.--Having falling-in of a warehouse; and has left a wife completed his academical studies, he visited and nine children.

the principal courts of Europe during his At Enfield, Mr. May, formerly an eminent minority, and ie urned to England in the butcher, but had for some years retired. 21st year of his age; when he was fo

6. At Knightíbridge, Mrs. Skrine, wife of licited and prevailed upon to offer himself a Hen. S. esq. She was delivered of a fon, her candidate fir Suwbury, a borough near his fust child, a little time before (see p. 269). own feat, for which place he was returned

In Greville-Street, near Hacton-garden, to Pariiament after a violent oppontion. A where she had lived many years with great general election following close, he had a ferespectability, and enjoyed an uncommon cond contett to fupport, which was attended Ihare of good health and spirits for her age with similar circumstances of triumph and (74), Madame Catherine Rollan.--She was expence. About this time he bceame a mema principal dancer on Covent-garden stage, so ber of the fashionable club a: White's, where far back as filty-four years ago ; and follow his fortune experienced further disasters. ed that profeflion, by private teaching, to the Embarked however in police life, with every last year of her life. She had so much cele- alvantage to be derived from strong, manly brity in her day, that, having one evening talents, and a winning address, it is no wone {prained her ancle, no less an actor than Quin der that the leaders of the contending parties was ordered by the manager to ipake an apo of those days, were desirous of enrolling him logy to the audience for her no: appearing in under their respective b inners. Frederick the dance. Quin, who looked upon all dan- Prince of Wales, father of his present Mass cers as the “ mere garnith of the stage," at jesty, was amongst the foremoit to cultivate firft demurred; but being threatened with a bis acquaintanae ; he personally invited him Gent. Mac. Apring 1788.

to his levees at Ləicester-house, and became over the appointment to the great astonish so pleased with his society, that he gave him ment as well as satisfaction of his Grace an unsolicited promise to make him, on the This additional mark of his friend's zeal and first vacancy, a gentleman of his royal bed- attachment, mide a suitable impreffion on chanıber. Such vacancy happening not long the Duke's mind; for during the remainder after, Mr. R's well-fisunded expectation was of his life, his Grace never acted in matters disappointed by a different nomination. He of public or private concern, without Mr. resented th s treatment, however, in a man R's advice; always returned him for the boner worthy of him. The Prince himself was rough of Tavistock; named him one of his hurt on the occasion, and endeavoured to cor executors and trustees for the present Duke; rect the mistake, by the offer of a douceur, and at his death left him as a legacy the moas a temporary compensation : but this was ney he had so liberally advanced him upon reiecied in nearly the following terms: "I bond. On the accession of his present Majesty, Thall never receive pay for a service, of he was re-Sworn of the privy council; and, which I am not deemed wortlıy; but rather Jan. 6, 1768, was appointed one of the vicethink it my duty to retire from a court, treasurers of Ireland, in conjunction with the where honour, I find, luis no tie!" He Hon. James Grenville and the Right Hon. kept his word, and never entered Leicester Ifaac Barré; another finecure place, worth houie afterwards. Soon after this he hecanie zcool. per year. This place he resigned the attached to John the la'e Duke of Belford; same year, to make room for a better apbut his alliance with that illustrious family, pointment, viz. paymaster of the land forces; did not arise, as the tale absurdly goes, from a place, by the lowest computation, then vahis having protected his Grace from personal lued at 16000l. per annum ; and which he insults on the course at Litchfield races; a held from June 4, 1568, to the Rockingham circumstance which happened some years af- adminiftration, in 1782; when he, with great ter their first acquaintance. The Duke was manliness, foundled to the House the annihi. early struck with the quickness of his parts, lation of the American war, and cold them, and charmed with the frankness of his man that a new ministry must be formed. So that, ners. Finding that Mr. R. was not a little for the space of 14 years, he was in pollesembarrassed in his affairs, bis Grace conti- fion, by places, of the sum of 20,000l. per an. nued in the most delicate manner to advance num.---Among the characters of the present him a connderable loan, not only to discharge hour, with whom he was most intimately the incumbrances upon bis esate, but to res- connected, Lord Thurlow, the Marquis of cue isim from the aggravateil distress of some Stafford, Lord Weyinouth, and the Earl of annuities, into which bis necessities had just Sandwich, are to be named; and at the head driven him. Two years after this, being ap- of the many who feel a serious concern in pointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, the D.ike his death, a moft illustrious name is to be thought no person in capable of managing placed, his Royal Highness the Prince of the Irish House of Commons as his friend R. Wales --The fumness of Mr. Rigby's chawho was accordingly appointed secretary to racter, his friendship, hospitality, spirit, and the vicegerency. Notwithstanding the tar- animated conversation, will occasion his bulent spirit of the times, the attails of the name to be long recollected with regret by litter kingdom were conducted so much to all who knew him; the neighbourhood of the royal fatisfaction, that his Majesty gave Mistloy-hall will particularly feel his loss. Mr. R. a vice treasurership, and soon after He never married, but had a natural son and the mastership of the roils (a fine cure place daughter. His faniily heir is Fran. Hale, elą. of 4000l. a year), in opposition to the con member in two parliaments for the borough tending interest of the then primate, Stone, of St. Michael in Comwall, son of his futer who so strongly solicited it for his friend the (he had also another filter never married) prime ferjeant, Tildale. He was further bo- by Lieut. Gen. Bernard Hale, sometime chief noured with a feat in the English privy coun- baron of the exchequer in Ireland, and after cil. During the Bedford administration, the ward a puisne baron of the exchequer in Irish court was remarkable for its splendour England. The will of Mr. R. was found at and hospitality. Polith gallantry, and unaf- his house at Miftley, inclosed in several other fected conviviality never failed of drawing papers of consequence, and deposited in an votaries to the Castle; and at this epoch they iron cheft. It disposes of his property in the might boast their peculiar attractions. On following manwer: To a natural daughter in the Duke's recail from Ireland, William Eflex, 5000l.; to each of his executors Duke of Cumberland put himseif at the head 2000l. ; ad the remainder, both in real and of Mr. Grenville's administration, in alliance personal estate, la Lieut. Col. Hale, and Miss with Mr. Pitt and Lord Northington. Mr. Rigby, in nearly equal proportions. The R. by some means found out, that his Iliglie nfural child abovementioned, is the only one ness was presling for the vacant chancelior. Mr. Rohad living at the time of his dccease, Ship of Dublin. He therefore instantly set and, as he had never brought her forward oti post for Ireland, waited upon his friend, in life, the legacy bequeathed her is consDr. Andrews, then provost, got the Duke dered as an ample provision. Mr. Macna of Beriford elected chancellos, and brought mara of Streatham, and Mr. Caswell the


Obituary of considerable Perfons ; with Biographical Anecdotes. 371 member for Brackley in Hertfordshire, are 13, Ac Bath, in an advanced age, John the executors. So exceedingly reserved was Palmer, esq. father to the comptroller-gecehe on whatever respected his private affairs, ral of the Port-office. that although the two preceding gentlemen In Great Wild-street, Mr. Marmaduke, were upon terms of peculiar intimacy with bookseller. him, he never communicazed his intentions At Stratford, Effex, Mrs. Howard, reliat of appointing them hss executors. Miltley of Mr. Jn. H. of Sermon-la. Doctors Comm. is in the will to be kept up as the joint resi 14. At his feat at Hinton St. George, co. dence of the legatees, his maiden fifter Mrs. Somerset, the Right Hon. Vere Poulet, third Rigby, Mrs. Hale che wife of the general, Earl P.; born May 8, 1710. He married, and his nephew, Mr. Hale.--Miss R, his 1754, Mary, daughter of Rich. Butt, efq. of fifter, attended him unremittingly in his last Arlingham, co. Gloucester ; by whom he moments.

had two sons, John, Viscount Hinton, bora 9. At Stoke Newington, in her 77th year, April 7, 1756, married, June 8, 1782, the Mrs. Catherine Beck, last surviving daughter daughter of Sir Geo. Pococke, K. B.: and Sir Justus B. bart. of London, merchant, and Vere, born 1761. He represented Bridgeof Chilwick, Middlesex, (sv) created by pa water in 1741, of which he was chosen rea tent, dated Nov. 1, 1714, being the first cre corder in 1764, and lord-lieutenant and cusated by King George I.); and sister and co tos rotulorum of Devon in 1771. heiress of Sir Justus Dennis B. who succeed

At his feat at Elvetham, Hants, aged 71, ed to his father's title, but for several years Sir Henry Calthorpe, the senior K.B. He redid not allume it, the father having lost great presented the borough of Hindon in parliapart of his fortune in 1720; but at length ment in 1741 ; in which year his Gister was his circumstances being in a great measure married to the late Sir Hen. Gough, bart. re-established, he assumed the title, which), He was created K.B. May 28, 1744, togeat his decease without ittue, became extinct. ther with Lord Fitzwilliam, Sir C. H. Wil

At Preston Pans, Alex. Ramsay, esq. of lianis, Sir Tho. Whitmore, and Sir Wm. Mor. Bunrig.

den Harborile ; and installed O&t. 20 followAt Mr. Cunningham's Hermitage, in bis ing.–He was descended from a very ancient 30th year, Mr. Wm. Tweedie, son of Rub. family, which were rectled at Calthorpe, in T. ery. of Antigua-street, Edinburgh. the hundred of South Erpinglam, co. Nor

1o. At his feat at Ruhall, Wilts, aged 73, folk, before the Conqueft, and took their Edw. Poore, esq. in the commission of the name from chat village, in the third descent peace, and a deputy lieutenant for that county. from Godric, steward to the abbey of St. Ed

II. Mr. Wm. Blunt, linen-draper, and mund's Bury. But this estate palled out of keeper of the ready-made shirt warehouse the family, by marriage of an heir female, in Dear Charing-cross.

the reign of Edward VI, and is now the proIn St. Andrew's Square, Edinburgh, the perty of the Hon. Horatio Walpole. The Rt. Hon. Jane dowager-countess of Hopetoun, male line of the Calthorpe fanily is become daughter of Rob. Oliphant, esq. and second extinct by the death of Sir Henry. His efwife to the late Earl.

tates, which are of very confiderable amount, Isaac Mendes da Costa, esq. of Heydon-fq. devolve to his nephew, Sir Henry Gough,

At Brompton, Mr. Tho. Aust, of the Ge- bart. who, by his will, assumes his name. neral Port-ofice.

15. Mrs. Dykesy wife of Mr. Tho. D. ata 12. At Highgate, in her 2 34 year, Miss torney at Shadwell. Worlidge, daughter of the late Edw. W. esq. Mr. Tho. Rogers, jun. banker at Newe of Millbank, Westminster.

ington-green, Mr. Potter, mast-maker, at Limehouse. 16. In George-street, Hanover-squure, His death was occasioned by going into one Tho. Chowne, ely. of Sulex, F.A.S. of his workhops, where his men were At her house in St. James's Place, in her melting some old folder, the effluvia from 88th year, Mrs. Delany, widow of Dr. D. which had so sudden an effect upon him, dean of Down, in Ireland, well known by that immediately upon entering the building his own writings and those of Dean Swift.he complained of a violent pain in his heal She was niece to Gen, Granville Lord Lansand stomach; going into his dwelling-houre, down; and was remarkable for the neatness he drank a smalt glass of cordial, and in less and elegance of her cut paper work. Notwiththan half an hour after expired.

Itanding the brought a considerable fortune 19, Great Russel-street, Bloomsbury-squa. to the Doctor, The found herself reduced, by Mrs. Shaw, reli&t of John S. efy. of Chef- the revolutions of fortune, to live as a com. hunt-house, Herts, and filter to Mrs. Huxley, panion with the late Duchess-dowager of of Edmonton. The estate is entailed on the Portland. By fome unaccountable inatten. relicts of the respective lords, and on females tion she was omitted in her Grace's will, and in the direct line. By Mrs. S's death, an estate her prospects, in advancing age, were again in Edmonton devolves to Mr. Willis, son of obscureid; but living in the neighbourhood of the late Rev. Mr. W. vicar of Wormley, who Windfor, her itory reached the ears of his married her niece, Miss Sandon; and the rest Majesty, who settled on her a handsome anof her fortune to the Sandals

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her apartments ; by which she enjoyed the 21. At Stoke Newington, Mr. Tho. Ridge comforts of life, and the respet due to her way, auctioneer. talents, to the last.---Her character is drawn 22. At Knightsbridge, Sir Charles Philip in a very amiable light in Swift's “ Literary Jennings, bart.; by whose death the titie is Correspondence;" and it was n consequence extinet. of her marriage that Swift wrote that ho Mr. Jn. Hill, inarshal of the King's Bench. mourous hallad, which is now become almost technical in the nursery, of “O my kitten,


EV. Sn. Wesen, M. A. appointed caWe are happy to correct the above account, non and prebendary of Canterbury Caby adding that there was ng period of Nirs. thedral, ale Dr. Rich. Farmer, icfigned. D's life, in which her income was not com Rev. Cha. Fiennes, B.A. appoiuiud pre. petent to all the purposes of an elegant re bendary of Westnuniter, vice Dr. Tavler, nec. tirement ; and, if it had been deficient, the Rev. Buitori, M.A. appointed reader was aunt to three gentlemen of very amiable and preacher to his Majetty's houhold at character, who, at the Dutchess of Portland's Hampton Cout. death, were all in affluent circumitances. B-loved and honoured by them, it was not

CIVIL PROMOTIONS. poflible she should ever have krown the mi HILIP Goldsworthy, efq. app. equerry series of a friendless and penurions old age. to his Majesty, and c'ech-narthal of the Mrs. D's late brother, Mr. Granville, of Cala Mews, vice Gen Carpenter, siec. wick in Stafford thire (a gentleman of large John Sturges, esq. appointed messenger to ellare, in which he is succeeded by one of the Knights companions of the moft noble thore abovenamed nephews who has taken order of the B.ith, quice Rowl. Tryon, esq. dec. the name), was too juntly tenacious of the dignity of liis fumily (which is that of Pope's ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Lord Lunídown), to have seen his ifter the EV, Walter Richards, appointed chape humble companion to the Duchess of Port Jain to the garrison of Sheerness, vice land. She was the chosen fiiend of that lady, Rev. john Fox, ciec. who thought herself the obliged by Mis D. Rev. James Parkin, Okeford Devon, living with her. Besides the house at Wind vice Rev. Rich. Haydon, dec. for bo nobly presented to her by her Sove Rev. Ms. Shephard, B D. Corpus Christi reign, Mrs. D. had an handiome house in Sr. Coll. Oxon. admitted D.D. James's Place, in which the relixied some Tho. Anfon, efq. gentleman commoner of part of every year. The royal bounty, about Oriel Coll. Oxon. admitted M.A. 2001. a year, could not have been the fole, Rev. Jn. Hayter, King's Coll. Camb. M.A, or indeed a third part of the support of such Rev. Cha. Gordon, Trin. Hall, Camb. B.L. an establishment. His Majesty's goodness to Rev. Cha. Markham, M.A. chancellor of this ever ingenious, venerable being, was, the dioc. of York, Besford R. in Holderness. therefore, not charity--it was generosity, Rev. And. Ewbank, M.A. Londeíborough which, in every ftation of life, from the York, throne down to private opulence, prompts Rev. Tho. Hindmarsh, Hayton York, exalted minds to do more than their duty. Rev. Rich. Forreft, Helpringham V. York.

17. At his apartments in the Inner Ten Rev. Hen. Willis, B.A. Little Soulbury R. ple, aged 74, Rev. John Boys, vicar of Red co. Gloucester. bourn, Herts, to which he was presented by Rev And. Fountaine Eyre, M.A. Anta the late Lord Grimston, 1746.

thorp prebendary, in York Cathedral, and In child-bed, aged only 19, Mrs. Gray, Kildwick Percy V. co. York. wife of Mr. G. and eldest daughter of the Rev. Mr. Clarke, appointed to the perpe. late Mr. Jeremiah Harman.

tual curacy of St. John's Chapel in Wearuale, In Fenchurch-street, John Blake, esq. vice Rev. Mr. Rotheram, dec.

In Bell-yard, Gracechurch-itrect, after a Rev. Jonas Thompson, B.A. St. Martin's severe illness, Mrs. Choppin, relict of Mr.C. Micklegate R. in York, vice Rev. Philemon finith to the East India Company; which bu Marin, M.A. dec. finess the carried on with her son, it having Rev. Wm. Layton, B.D. Thornton with been conducted by the family near a century. Allerthorpe 'v. and the licenseu curacy of She was buried at Tame, co. Oxon.

Barnby-voor with Fangfoss, all in co. York. 19. In Sackville-street, Lord Viscount Kil. Rev. Mr. Mayo, late of Queen's Coll. Oxt. courrie, son of the Earl of Cavan.

appointed upper-matter of Winborn Free 20. At Salt hill, on his way to the Hot- Grammar School, vice Robert Gueul, «lec. : wells, Bristol, Rich. Colville, efq. of Wif- and Mr. Bowle, now a student in Qucen's bech-hail, co. Cambridge,

Coll. Oxford, appointed iecond-mafter of the At Bakewell, co. Derby, aged 73, after a saiu School, vice Mavo). long and painful illness, Mrs. Hicrusteld. Rev. John Keet, M.A. Bishop's Hatfield

Of a paralytic it roke, with which he was R Co. Hertiord. affected about nine months ago, -- Berron, Rev. Hortio Dowling, North Burnham 1.4. of Great George-str. Weitin.

R. co. Norfois


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