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9. At Beverly, of typhus fever, Licut--General 13. At Dalkeith, George Dickson Wilson, youngCheney.

est son of Mr Alexander Wilson. 10. Át his house in Newman-street, Benjamin - At Paisley, Mrs Campbell, wife of Alexander West, Esq. President of the Royal Academy, at Campbell, Esq. sheriff-substitute of Paisley. the advanced age of 82 years. This distinguished - At Maxwelltown, Miss Ann Maxwell of Car. artist was born at Springfield, in Chester, county ruchan. of Pennsylvania, on the 10th of October 1738-his At London, Mary, the only and beloved parents were Quakers. At a very early age he dis- daughter of Allan Cunningham. played the germ of those great talents as an artist, 13. At Kirkcudbright, Sarah, wife of William which afterwards placed him in so elevated a sta- Mure, Esq. of Twynholm-mains. tion in life. Through the patronage of some Ame- - in Sloane street, London, General Walker, rican gentlemen, anong whom was, we believe, the royal artillery, late Mr Laurence, who became afterwards a distin- 16. At Edinburgh, Sarah Norcott, spouse of W. guished actor in the American Revolution, Mr Maule, Esq. West was sent, when he was about sixteen years of - In Queen-street, Edinburgh, Miss Grame Hepage, to Italy, where he cultivated his taste with an burne, youngest daughter of the late Col. Rickart enthusiasm that at one period was nearly fatal Hepburne of Rickarton. to his health, by an intense study of the great works - At Prince's-street, Edinburgh, Edmond Liof the old masters, which then filled the Roman, vingston, Esq. aged 89. Venetian, Florentine, and Bolognese schools. At - At his father's house, in Leith, Hugh Waters, Rome Mr West attracted particular attention, and aged 20. was patronised in that city by a number of English '17. At Davidstone, Miss Calder of Davidstone. gentlemen of rank. !t is nearly sixty years ago 18. At St John's-hill, Edinburgh, Isabella, youngsince Mr West first arrived in England :-he was an est daughter of Mr Edward Robertson, in the 10th early member of the Academy of Arts in St Mar- year of her age. tin's-lane, and one of the first members of the pre- - In Cleveland.row, St James's, London, Maj. sent Royal Academy. Mr West succeeded the late Gen. Hamilton, colonel of the royal waggon train. Mr Barry, as President of the Academy. His char- 19. At Edinburgh, at the early age of 18, Francis acteristic mildness to the students, his kind and Alexander Gatherer, third son of John Gatherer, considerate attention to all who approached him, Esq. surveyor of taxes for Banffshire. for that information which no man was more capa- 20. At Edinburgh, at the house of her nephew, ble of diffusing, will long endear his memory to our the Rev. Dr Meiklejohn, Mrs Margaret Cree, eldest rising artists. There never lived a more indus- surviving daughter of the late Hugh Cree, Esq. of trious artist than Mr West. He painted upwards Saline-shaw. of 3000 pictures, many of them of very large di- - At his house, Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Mr mensions. Our late venerable Sovereign honoured William Fife, upwards of 80 years of age. him with his patronage and friendship, and em. Lately-At his brother's house, in Leith, Mr W. ployed him at Windsor upon many works, which Armstrong, aged 32. will long perpetuate his fame. His historical pio - At Connatore, near Madras, whither he was tures are to be found in many of the principal col- journeying to embark for England, after one day's lections in Europe and America. Several of his illness of a cholera morbus, Major David Carstairs, best are in the royal collection at Buckingham- of the 8th regiment of native infantry. house; and the venerable artist retained in his own - Suddenly at Paris, Lady Courtenay Chiches gallery many of great value. His last great works, ter. She was the wife of Mr Blunt, an English dedicated to the diffusion of moral and religious gentleman of respectability. In consequence of sentiment, and in the application of his talents to her coach having been overturned, she took a such noble purposes he was never excelled, are, hackney-coach to pay a visit to some of her friends; Christ Healing the Sick, and the two magnificent and on leaving it she fell down dead, supposed to works now in the exhibition at Pall-mall. In his be from the effects of the fright. manners and deportment Mr West was peculiarly - At Bath, in her 86th year, the relict of Dean mild and unassuming, and retained to the last the Ogle, and mother of the late Mrs R. B. Sheridan. primitive habits and simplicity of character which - At his house in Great George-street, Westmark the respectable sect to which his parents be- minster, John Hosier, Esq. aged 67. longed. He was well known to the artists of the - At London, John Grant, Esq. of Wallibon, in Continent, and was a member of all the academies the parish of St Vincent. of art in Europe. He retained his faculties to the - At Blackheath, R. Scott, Esq.of Shincliff-hal). last, though his state of health was of late so feeble - At Auchterarder, George Hume, vintner that he could not move without assistance. Mr there, aged 64. West has left two sons, on whom his property will - Mr Edward Smith of Spilsby, in Lincolnshire, devolve. This principally consists of numerous one of the most singular characters in the kingdom, works from his own pencil, and some choice speci. in the 75th year of his age. Until within a few mens of the old masters, particularly of Titian; years, it was his constant practice to ride on a bull, the whole valued at upwards of £100,000.

and instead of smoking tobacco he had his hay 10. At Torwoodlec, Mrs Pringle of Torwoodlee. salted, and smoked it instead of that plant. By his

- At Glennan, Mary, eldest daughter of the late will he directed that his body should be carried to Duncan Macdougall, Esq. Antintrive.

the grave by poor men, who were to be paid 5s. - At his house, Leitli-walk, James Peat, Esq. cach: That the funeral should take place early in collector of excise.

the morning, and that none of his relatives or 11. At Edinburgh, Mrs Helen Butter, widow of friends should attend, or any mourning be worn by Mungo Fleming, Esq. Prince's-street.

them on his account, under a forfeiturc of their re- At her house, in Charlotte-square, Edinburgh, spective legacies. Mrs Balfour, widow of John Baliour, Esq. of Bal- - At Maismore, near Gloucester, John Rogers, birny.

at the advanced age of 107 years.

He had lived in - At Edinburgh, Alex. Paterson, Esq: youngest five reigns, and enjoyed good bodily health till son of Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Paterson, late of the within about a year of his death. 22d light dragoons.

At Hampsícad, the Hon. John Dimsdale, Ba– Åt Braehouse, Edinburgh, William Butter, ron of the Russian empire, in the 73d year of his Esq. aged 92.

age. 12. Suddenly, at Dalwhinnie, near Blair Athol, At Rome, sister Fortunee Gioncarelli, of the where he had halted on his way to his country seat Ursuline order, in the 109th year of her age, and in the Highlands, Sir Alexander Mackenzie, well 71th of her residence in the convent. known for his adventurous journies in the deserts - At Budie-house, of the scarlet fever, Margaret of North America.

Isabella Smith, eldest daughter of G. Smith, Esq, - At Portobello, Mrs Susanna Harries, wife of - At Bath, the Rev. T. Haweis, LL. D. and Captain Pierie, R.N.

M.P. in his 87th year.

He was the father of the - At Easter Moflat, Miss Kine Waddell of Easter Missionary Society, and the mission to the islands Moffat

in the Pacific Ocean onginated with him.

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Contents. The Fall of Jerusalem, a Dramatic “ Luctus" on the Death of Sir Daniel Poem ; by H. H. Milman, menanam 123

Donnelly, late Champion of Ireland 186 Tales of the Cloister

Letter from Lord Byron, enclosing Tale the Firstmann

132 Tale the Second enumeraman

“ Child Daniel"

ib. 135

Letter from Dr Scott, enclosing a Tale the Third Fly-Fishing in Northumberlandammume 137

“ Dirge on Donnelly.”. mae 188

Sorrow is Dry, being a New Song, Extracts from Matthew Paris (Continue

by Dr James

ib. ed from Vol. VI.)

Letter from Mr W. W. to Mr Account of the Death of Robert Duke of 141

Christopher North amman mm.189

Extract from my Great Auto-BioThe Battle of the Standard, 1138.142 What Things happened to Thomas

graphical Poem.


Sir Daniel Donnelly, a Ballada...191 of Canterbury on a Tuesday ....143

Letter from

192 Liberties of the Church of Normandy 144

Odonnelly, an Ode, by Odoherty.... 193 Apparition of St Thomas to the Sail.

Letter from Mr Seward.mmmmm.194 ors on Board the Royal Vessel.m. ib.

“ Ullaloo, Gol, or Lamentation Legend of Ulfric the Anchoritem.145 The Abbey

over the Dead". .147

A Hebrew Dirge, by the Rev. J. Hogg's Tales, &common mamm.148

Barrett, D.D.S. F.T.C.D. ProMoods of the Mind.

fess. of Heb. in Trin. Col. Dub. 197 No IV. The Forayer

Letter from Mr Jenningsanmumm

m199 No V. The Cypress Tree....umman.156

A Dirge over Sir Daniel Donnelly, No VI. To the Morning Starmm.157 Recollections. No V.-Mark Macra.

by Thomas Jenningsmammum ib.

Letter from Mr Richard Dowden 200 bin, the Cameronian. Adventure with

A New Song, to the tune of the the Gypsies (Continued ).....mam. ib. Mr Phillpotts and the Edinburgh Re

Groves of Blarney, by Richard
Dowden mod

mn. 201 view.

www.168 Remarks on a Note the Edinburgh

Speech delivered at the Cork

mm.202 Review, No LXV. By Rev. H.

Dublin Resolutions for the DonnelPhillpotts, M.A., Prebendary of Dur. ham.

ly Memorialsmann mm.169

mw205 The Penitent Son. See the Elder's


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MONTHLY REGISTER. Drury Lane Theatremmamanoma .182

Commercial Report

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227 Wordsworth's River Duddon, & Corom.206

Promotions and Appointments

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