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1831.] OBITUARY.--Thomas Sherwood, Esq. M. D.
89 I have mentioned, be printed « The stole many an bour which he conseDuties and Qualifications of the Chris- . crated to the history, the poetry, the tian Minister," a sermon preached in biography of bis own country.* Thence Chester Cathedral on the 20th Sept. be informed his understandiog and cul1901; “ What is Trutb?" a sermon tivated bis taste: thence, too, he drew preacbed in the same cathedral, on occa- tbose stores which, ever beaming as they sion of a General Ordination, 29th Sept. did within tbe breast of their possessor, 1816; “A Charge delivered to the shed too their benign and delightful inClergy of the Archdeaconry of Leicester, fluence on bis companions and his friends. A.D. 1822.” We believe tbere were seve- Who ever heard him give, with that disral other occasional Charges and Ser- tinct and manly intonation, tbat energemons published by Dr. Parkinson, but we tical expression, so peculiar to himself, have neither the titles of them, nor auy Gray's Ode to Adversity, or Jobnson's means of ascertaining their dates. critique on Milton's plan of initiating
J. S. H. bis pupils into Latin, witbout being
awakened to the most lively sense of the Thomas SHERWOOD, Esq. M. D.
stern simplicity of the one, or the com
prebensive and grasping vigour of the Feb. 28, 1830. At Snow Hall, near other? Darlington, in bis 60th year, Thomas But troubles came thick and throng Sherwood, Esq. M. D.
upon him. The first shaft was aimed at For tbirty years Dr. Sherwood engaged him by the perfidiousness of friends : himself in the active duties of bis pro- the next by a higher and more awful fession with zeal and ability rarely sur- Power. His daughter and his favourite passed even at this day, when liberal son were taken from him witbin a few feeling, enlarged understanding, and weeks of each other. cultivated taste form so general and so His eldest daugbter died on the 25th prominent features in the character of of October, 1829, aged 22. Elizabeth an English medical practitioner, Not Sarab Sherwood was kind and affectionate content with the ordinary routine of upon the truest principle of filial duty, professional education, he bad, during and those who witnessed her many and ibe early years of his active lise, applied painful days upon her deatla-bed, can himself with ardour to the study of Cul- well answer for those intense feelings of len, Gregory, and other eminent authors, upfeigned religion, which awed and at until bis theory and his practice tbus com- the same time cheered her sinking mind. bining and lending mutual aid to each The history of Ralph Sherwood, who otber, be gradually acquired tbat confi- died a few weeks after his sister, is soon dence in bimself which was ever after so told. He was destined for tbe medical fine a trait in bis character, and by profession, and with this view he studied wbich he was enabled instinctively, as it for awhile in London, and was afterwere, to recognize latent disease, and to wards removed to Edinburgh, where his administer promptly either to its preven- quickness and talent, his great attention tion or its cure. In cases of fracture of the to anatomical and surgical pursuits, and scull, or other accidental or natural de- the accuracy of bis pencil and pen in rangement of the bead be was eminently sketching off-hand, in tbe hospitals to successful. One of these, in particular, de- which he had access, those various morserves to be recorded. During bis resi- bid or other appearances produced by dence at Bishop's Auckland, a boy fell nature or the band of the operator, soon from a bigb wall, and beat upon bis bead. gained for him the notice and approbaDr.Sherwood, thoughaltoget berin despair tion of men whose veriest word was of saving him, trepanned the boy, pro- praise. During his abode in Edinburgh, longed bis life to this day, and was con- Mr. Sherwood became possessed of five sulied on the extraordinary operation be very amusing letters writen by Mr. Ritbad performed by almost every eminent son to Mr. Laing, wbich, with a portrait practitioner in the kingdom.
of their eccentric author etched by himHis classical education had been from self, he communicated to Mr. Nichols, circumstances limited, but be gave sig- wbo inserted them in the third volume of nal proof, when in the society of those “Literary Illustrations of the Eighteenth who bad approacbed nearer to the “in- Century,” p. 775, &c. But here begins tegros fontes” than himself, that he had afterwards traced them to their source, * See Surtees's “ History of Durham," had tasted, and bad drunk deeply too, vol. I. p. 10. Introduction; and judge of of the thousand delightful rills which the man“ without the early and valued fall into the grand stream of Poetry. assistance of whom that work wuuld Amid his otber active employments, he never have been undertaken." GENT. Mag. January, 1831.
90 OBITUARY.-Thomas Sherwood, Esq.-John'Preston, Gent. (Jan, the sad tale ; tbat, under a mistaken buried with his father and mother and idea of the bigh theatrical powers, wbich children in Staindrop cburchyard. men into whose company it was his misfortune to fall (Mr. Kean among the
JOHN PRESTON, Gent. number) persuaded him that he pos
Oct. 80. Aged 85, John Preston, of sessed, and in connection with the fact that his expensive habits had made him Drayton in Hales, co. Salop, Gent.
He was descended from an ancient afraid of meeting his justly-irritated father, he at once quitted the profession in family resident at Hough, in the parish wbich he was so well qualified to excel; ancestor, John Preston, was living in the
of Wibunbury, co. Chester, where his and betook himself to the stage. He
reign of Elizabeth; be inherited an had, bowever, the grace to drop his pa
estate at that place, which he held for ternal sirnanie-but the name of RALPH
his life, and which bas now devolved on SHERWIN will not soon be forgotten, not
John Preston, of Burslem, the only son only in most of the provincial tbeatres,
of his first cousin. The deceased was but even at Drury-lane, where, in Dandie Dinmont, and similar characters, which Newcastle-under-Lyme, by Mary bis wife,
the only child of Lawrence Preston, of require a man well read in provincial eldest dau. and coheir of Thomas Grinpbraseology, be most particularly excelled. To follow this misguided youth by Elizabeth (Walford) bis wife. The
sell, of Drayton in Hales, Gentleman, through the various chances and changes family of Grinsell is of greater antiquity of his subsequent bistory is unnecessary,
at Drayton than any otber of that town; if even it were possible.*
It may suffice
it has been traced as resident there in to state, in general, that for many a
the reign of Henry VIII. but was proyear be dank deep of that bitter cup bably there much earlier, and was about which is prepared for those who have
a century ayo so numerous, tbat their exchanged their bome, under such cir
christian names were insufficient to de. cumstances, for so degraded an occupa- signate them without having recourse tion. He was at length, bowever, freely
to other appellations. They are forgiven by bis offended father, and witb
reduced to one family, wbich still contiout one single murmur of displeasure
nues to live there with the accustomed was welcomed to bis bome; but, after respectability of its ancestors.
From a very short time, without any apparent
this bis maternal family, Mr. Preston reason, he abruptly quitted his father's house, attached himself to the stage
enjoyed some valuable freehold pro•
perty. He was educated at the free once more, slept in a damp bed in Cambridge, early in the year 1830, and came
grammar school at Drayton, and, exbome to die. The full and free condo- cepting the short intermission of his
abode with his uncle Richard Gore, of nation of what was past, and the plea- Rochdale, mercbant, bad resided there surable intercourse and conversation between father and son, as far as the grief siderable, and will be long beld in re
from infancy. His charities were conof the former for the death of bis daugh- membrance. He was also the firm and ter, and the deeply-rooted disease of ihe
determined advocate to rescue from latter, would permit, will not be soon
oblivion and embezzlement the numeforgotten by those who witnessed tbem
rous bequests left by former benefactors, both. Amid the gloom which, from all sides,
and to see them appropriated agreeably lowered around bim, the fatber recogniz- He was a strenuous supporter of the
to the intention of the respective donors. ed not the Arm which, in chastening, was
national school from the period of its correcting and purifying bis heart : he would talk incoherently of his lost daugh; has bequeathed to its funds 101. per ann.
first institution in 1788, and in his will ter from morning till night, and he would arising out of 5001. 3 per cent. Consols. sit gazing, with a vacant, glassy eye,
He bas also given 41. a-year to the use upon a picture of his son in one of his
of tbe church, and 20s. yearly to the characters. He was forlorn and blighted
two churchwardens, the parish clerk, reason reeled on her seat she received not from him that "sweet obli- dends, for their trouble. He was a per,
and the person who receives these divivious antidote" so often administered to others—the conflict was over, and be subjects; but when any thing connected
son of extensive information on general hurried into eternity. His body was
with the locality of his residence came found in the Tees, at the distance of a field from his house, and was afterwards
in question, there were none who could, compete with him for correctness and ex
His anecdotes bad been treasured * A brief account of Sherwin's thea- up by an excellent and retentive metrical career has already appeared in our mory. Number for October last, p. 376, Edit.
91 Rev. B. L. EDWARDS.
At Stonehouse, aged 67, Lt.-Cole Jolin
Macdonald, late of 64th foot. Jan. 2. At Northampton, aged 66, the
Jan. 5. At Coombe Royal, aged 57, J. Rev. Benjamin Lloyd Edwards.
Luscombe Luscombe, esq. He was upwards of 45 years Minister
Jan. 15. of the Independent Congregation assem.
At Modbury, aged 17, Anda,
youngest dau. of Rev. W. Stackhouse, of bling at King's Head Lane Chapel in
Trehane, Cornwall. that town; and during that lengthened
Dorset. - Dec. 31. At Weymouth, period proved bimself the ardent and uncompromising friend of civil and reli- aged 34, Fanny, second dau. of Wm. Hol
lond, esq. of Highnam Court, Glouc. gious liberty. His professional services
Jan. 1. were characterised by the lucid arrange- relict of John Rogers, esq., faithful and ex
At Shaftesbury, aged 74, Lydia, ment of bis subjects, the perspicuity of emplary in the discharge of her duties as a his style, and the fervid earnestness of
Christian and parent, leaving an only daughbis manner; but whilst enforcing bis own views of the peculiar doctrines of
At Weymouth, Julia Anna, eldest dau. of Christianity, he was never betrayed into
Lieut.-Gen. Browne. tbe sligbtest violation of candour or
Jan. 6. Aged 17, Emma, second dau. of liberality; and the benevolence of his
H. W. Johns, esq. of Blandford. disposition prompted him to the babi
DURHAM.Dec. 26. At Stockton-ontual exercise of charity towards the
Trees, aged 68, Richard Jackson, esq. Altemporal wants, as well as towards the
derman of that Corporation. religious opinions of all within the circle
Lately. At Bishop Auckland, aged 74, of his connexion. But the most distin. Mrs. Easterby, late of Skinning Grove, near guishing trait of his character was bis Whitby. unbending, inflexible integrity. Regard- Essex. Jan. 1. At Bowes, Chippingless of the frowns of his opponents, and Ongar, aged 55, James Barlow, esq. uninfluenced by, though not insensible GLOUCEST.-Lately. In her 90th year, to, the smiles and approbation of bis Elizabeth, widow of Rev. Aug. Tho. Hupsfriends, be bad only to ascertain the line
man, Rector of Beverstone, and Vicar of of bis duty, and no selfish or personal Berkeley. considerations could induce him to
At Pauntley, Anne-Frances, wife of Rev. swerve from it.
At Hampton upon Severn, Anne, widow DEATHS.
of Rev. Richard Lockey, of Stenchcombe.
Jan. 1. Aged 74, Edmund Wick Viner, BEDS.—Dec. 22. At Ampthill, aged 92, esq. of Wick-street House, Painswick. Margaret, widow of Rev. Robert Hagar, At the house of her daughter Mrs. MereVicar of Haynes, Beds, and dau. of late dith, Bristol, aged 97, Mary, widow of Mr. Granado Pigott, esq. of Pigotts Abingdon, Richard Callen, and aunt to Charles Pyer co. Cambridge.
Callen, esq. of Great Merickston, Pemb. BERKS.—Jan. 7. Aged 53, John Sher- Jan. 3. At Clifton, Miss Guest, dau. of wood, esq. of Reading.
late Thos. Guest, esq. of Dowlais IronJan. ll. At Reading, aged 73, Lt.-Col. works. Balcomb, late of 1st dragoon guards.
Jan. 4. At Clifton, aged 90, Lt.-Gen. Bucks.--Jan. 6. At Great Marlow, Richard Bright, late of the Royal Marines, Francis, youngest son of W. Hickman, esq. and many years Commandant of the Ply
Jan. 12. At Fingest, aged 83, Mrs. Ca- mouth Division. He was appointed Capt. therine Lowndes, sister of the late Wm. 1775, Lt.-Col. 1794, Col. 1798, Major-Gen. Lowades Stone, esq. of Brightwell.
1805, and Lt.-Gen. 1811. CAMBRIDGE.—Dec. 9. At Chesterton, Jan. 12. At Blakeney, Mary Ann, wife near Cambridge, advanced in age, Miss Eli- of James Jones, esq. of Camberwell. zabeth Benson, one of the ladies of the Hants. Dec. 26. At Ryde, Isle of Manor.
Wight, Mary, relict of Henry Singleton, Jan. 7.
At Swaff ham Priors, Anna Ma- esq. ria, infant dau. of Rev. Dr. Jermyn.
Dec. 28. At Lymington, aged 76, HanJan. 12. Aged 21, John James Ibbot- nah, relict of Samuel Harrison, esq. late son, esq. student of St. Peter's College, banker, of Southampton, where her remains Cambridge.
were interred in the catacombs of All Saints' CUMBERLAND.-Dec. 31. At Whiteha- church. ven, J. Bree, esq. brother of Martin Stapyl- Lately. At Southampton, in the residence ton, esq. of Myton, Yorkshire.
of her son-in-law Joseph Chamberlayre WilDEVONSHIRE.- Aged 38, John Clark kinson Acherley, esq. the relict of Rev. Guy Langmead, of Derriford, esq. Justice of the Fairfax, rector of Newton Kyme, York, and Peace for the County, and Captain in North of Babworth, Notts. Devon Militia.
At Cowes, Charlotte, wife of Rev. J. B. At Paignton, Lieut. Yard Eastley, R.N. Atkinson, and dau. of S. Dowell, esq. Bath.
[Jan. At Portsmouth, aged 96, Mr. Mackay, a Leathes, and dau. of late Lieut.-Gen. Heveteran soldier, who served in the Gerinan thersett. war of George II. as a drummer. A nume- At Bracondale, aged 73, the widow of rous family of descendants surrounded his
Wm. Carter, esq. death-bed; and his intellects were perfect Lately. At Lynn, in the house of her to the last. He was one of six brothers uncle, l'hos. Allen, esq. aged 16, Harriett, who went into the army, and one of whom
dau. of F. Hogge, esq. became Governor of Tilbury Fort.
Jan. 5. At Hillborough-hall, aged 53, Jan. 1. At Andover, aged 72, Capt. and Ralph Caldwell, esq. Adjutant Donald Fraser, 78th reg.
Jan. 7. At Norwich, aged 34, Mr. Jos. Jan. 5. At Warnford rectory, Jane, re- Standard, artist. lict of Thomas Lewis Owen Davies, esq. late Jan. 12. Aged 8, Henry-Aug. son of of Alresford.
Rev. Wm. Chester, Rector of Denton. Jan. 8. At Yately, aged 65, Henry Ran- NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.- Dec. 20. Aged 66,
Kirby Freer, esq. of St. Martin's Stamford, Jan. '13. At Bishop Stoke, aged 62, formerly an eminent glass merchant at ManFrances, wife of E. G. Bourdillon, esq. chester.
Herts.—Jan. 20. At Sarratt Hall, aged Jan. 8. At Deane, advanced in age, the 36, Ralph Day, esq.
widow of Rev. T. Reid, Rector of Corby, Kent.—Dec. 4. Augusta, third dau. of and of Stanton, Leic. John Jones, esq. of East Wickham ; and Lately. At Peterborough, aged 78, EleaDec. 25, Harriett, fifth dau. of late Rich. nor, widow of Mary Levitt Ibbetson, and Staynor Jones, esq. of the same place. only child and heiress of John Lander, esq. Dec. 6.
At Ramsgate, aged 61, Thomas the eminent mathematician, of whom meFawssett, esq. Major in the Cambridge Mi- moirs will be found in our vol. Lx. 191, litia, only son of Thos. F., esq. of Wisbech, Lxxxv. i. 19. solicitor.
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.- Dec. 28. At OsJan. 9. At Plaistow.green, Bromley, berton, Harriet, wife of Geo. Saville Folaged 75, Miss Boyd, late of Edinburgh. jambe, esq. She was the 3d dau. of Sir
Lately. At Ramsgate, Hester, relict of Wm. Milner, Bart. of Nun-Appleton, in the Daniel Robinson, esq. solicitor Gray's-ivn. county of York, by his second wife Harriet,
LANCASHIRE. Dec. 31. James Har- dau. of Lord Edward Bentinck, and was greaves, esq. of Bank-hall, Burnley.
married Dec. 9, 1828. Her remains were Jan. 3. Mr. Thomas Ashton, son of a interred at Sturton, near East Retford. great master cotton-spinner at Hyde, near Jan. 1. At Nottingham, aged 60, Mr. Manchester, was assassinated, on his way James Robertson, late one of the managers from the factory to his father's house. He of the Nottingham, Dorby, and Stamford was found lying on the road about eight Theatres. o'clock, his body being perforated by two MONMOUTH.— Aged 69, Mr. Chas. Heath, bullets. It is supposed that he was mis- printer, Monmouth, where he twice served taken for an elder brother; but the causes the office of Mayor. He was the author of which have led to this horrible atrocity are a “ Descriptive Account of Piercefield and at present veiled in obscurity.
Chepstow," 1793 ; a “ History of MonLINCOLN.-Jan. 4. At Blyborough, aged mouth," 1804 ; and “ Accounts of Tin70, Louisa, widow of Peter John Luard, esq. tern Abbey, and Ragland Castle," 1806. formerly of Northampton.
Oxon.-Jan. 7. Mary, 2d dau. of Jos. MIDDLESEX.—Dec. 26. A: Tottenham, Parker, esq. St. Giles's, Oxford. aged 59, Thomas Carpenter, esq. an eminent SALOP.-Lately. At Ellesmere, aged 81, naturalist and cultivator of Science. His Bulkeley Hatchett, esq: researches and discoveries in the economy At Oswestry, advanced in age, Mary, and iustinctive operations of insects and mi- widow of late Rev. E. Hamar, Rector of Hircroscopic animalculæ were original, exten. nant, Montg. mother of 21 children. sive, and curious ; many of the latter were Jan. 14. At Market Drayton, aged 58, J. but the ten millionth part of an inch, yet Wilson, esq. all in life or animated motion. He improved SOMERSET.--Jan. 6. At Bath, aged 38, the method of illuminating the minutest Philip Bize Entwisle, esq. of Liswonng. opaque objects by candle-light, under the house, Glamorgan, 6th son of late Joha compound microscope ; and published many Entwisle, esq. of Foxholes, Lanc. of his observativns and discoveries in the Jan. 4. At Bath, aged 40, Mrs. Nisbitt, latter volumes of Gill's Techniological and wife of Col. Nisbitt. Microscopical Monthly Repository.
STAFFORD.-Jan. 8. At Swionerton hall, Jan. 2. At Shepperton, aged 84, James aged 59, Mary, dau. of the Hon. James DorLiving, esq.
mer, youuger son of John 7th Lord Dormer. Jan. 10. At Hillingdon, aged 70, Charles SUFFOLK.-Jan. 3. At the Boys' HosMontague, esq. formerly of Camberwell. pital, Ampton, aged 41, Maria, wife of Mr.
NORFOLK.-- Dec. 8. At Shropham Hall, Augustine Page, the Master, and eldest daa. in her 50th year, Sarah, wife of Rev. S. R. of the late Mr. Lionel Gowing, of Ipswich,
93 by Anne, his first wife. In the first institu. of Thomas Tuckey, esq. of Winterbourne tion of the National Society in Suffolk, in Bassett. 1812, she was elected Mistress of the Central Jan. 6. At the Manor House, Fovant, School for girls in Ipswich, which she con- aged 62, Samuel Bracher, esq. tinued to conduct, on the removal of Mr. P. Jan. 13. At Marlborough, John Halto his present situation, until 1821. In both combe, esq. the eminent coach proprietor. capacities she was always regarded with filial Jan. 15. At Salisbury, aged 72, Thomas affection by the children, respected and Rendall, esq. late of Milston. esteemed by their parents, and uniformly ob- WORCESTER.—Lately.
At Pull Court, tained the confidence and approbation of her Mary-Theodosia, eldest surviving dau. of superiors.
late Right Hon. Wm. Dowdeswell. SURREY.—Jan. 6. At Richmond, aged YORK.-Dec. 12. At Laughton-en-le28, Amelia, wife of James Quilter, esq. Morthen, aged 83, John Auton, esq.
Jan. 12. At Hartley, near Croydon, aged Dec. 22. Aged 28, Thomas, 3d son of 62, Simeon Smith, esq. of the Royal Ex- late Thos. Fothergill, esq. of Aiskew House, change.
near Bedale. Jan. 14. Capt. Bridges, of Chessington, Dec. 28. At Hull, aged 42, Mr. William near Kingston. 'He joined the hunt at Rid- Wright, bookseller and stationer. He was dlesdown, on a sudden pulled up his horse, a skilful mathematician, and contributed at and expired on his arrival at a public-house different periods of his life to various manear at hand. He was a well-known sports• thematical periodicals. man in Surrey, and was exceedingly eccen- Dec. 29. At Halifax, very suddenly, in tric in his dress, generally wearing a great his 105th year, John Logan, commonly profusion of coloured silk handkerchiefs about called “Old Logan.” He was born in his neck, and a hat with an enormous broad Montrose, Sept. 16, 1726. Fifty years of his brim to it, turned up at the sides. He was life were spent in the service of his country, the individual who performed a feat many in England, Ireland, and the West Indies; years ago of riding full gallop down the for 19 years he belonged to the 20th CameDevil's Dyke, near Brighton, for a bet of ronian regiment, for 23 to the 32d regiment 5001. and won it.
of foot, for three to the 83d regiment, and Jan. 15. John Bristow, esq. of Bedding- five to the Bredalbane Fencibles. ton. When following Mr. Jolliffe's hounds, Dec. 30. At. Norman, near Tadcaster, he was observed to drop forward, and ulti- aged 57, Ann, wife of John Robson, esq. mately out of the saddle, on the ground. He SCOTLAND. Oct. 30. At Greenock, was found to be quite dead ; his death is Lieut. Reid, 57th foot. attributed to apoplexy.
Nov. 14. At Helensburgh, near Greenock, SUSSEX.-Jan. 1. At St. Leopard's, pear after a severe illness, Mr. Henry Bell, the Hastings, by a fall from his horse, in re- practical introducer of Steam Navigation into turning from hunting, aged 17, George- Europe. It was on the 2nd of August 1812 James, only son of Thos. Wood, esq. of the that he launched the first steam-vessel, Regent's Park, and grandson of James Bur- called the Comet, on the Clyde. The numton, esq. of St. Leonard's.
ber of steam-vessels now plying on that river Jan. 5. At Brighton, aged 86, Mr. Pen- amounts to more than sixty. Mr. Bell was fold, one of the oldest inhabitants, and father latterly reduced to dependance upon charity. of Mr. Penfold, solicitor.
Nov, 20. At Moncrieffe House, PerthJan. 6. At Goodwood, aged 8, Ladyshire, aged 41, Sir David Moncrieffe, the Sarah Lennox, 2d dan. of the Duke of Rich- sixth Baronet of that place; nephew to the mond and Lennox, K.G.
Earl of Dalhousie, G.C.B., and brother-inJan. 11. At Little Hampton, Charlotte, law to the Earl of Bradford. He was the wife of Capt. Edw. Burt, R. N.
son and beir of Sir Thomas Moncrieffe, the Warwick. – Lately. At Leamington, fifth Baronet, by Lady Elizabeth Ramsay, aged 42, Wm. Syme, esq. Comptroller-gen. second daughter of George eighth Earl of of the Customs, Dublin.
Dalkonsie. He succeeded his father March Oct. 27. At Leamington, Lieut. Rogers, 26, 1818; and married Jan. 12, 1819, He90th foot.
len, second daughter of Æneas Mackay, esq. Dec. 21. At Walton, the seat of her by whom he had issue, 1. Helen; 2. Sir grandson Sir John Mordaunt, Bart. aged 75, Thomas Moncrieffe, born iu 1822, who has Anne, widow of William Holbech, esq. of succeeded to che title ; and 3. Wm.-Æneas. Farnborough, and sister to the Very Rev. Dec. 18. At Huntley, Captain John Dr. Woodhouse, Dean of Lichfield.
Gordon, late of 95th regiment. Jan, 17. At Foxcote, Francis Canning, At Huntley-bush, near Melrose, Isabella, esq. the head of the family from which eldest daughter of the late celebrated Dr. sprung Lord Garvagh and the late Mr. Can- Adam Ferguson. ning. He was a whig in politics, and a warm Dec. 24. At the Bridge of Earo, Perth, friend of Dr. Parr.
Ann, widow of Thomas Hunter, esq. of Wilts.—Dec, 29. Aged 72, Jane, widow Limerick.
Dec. 26. At Caledon, Robert Crothers,