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280 OBITUARY.-Shirley Woolmer, Esq.-Clergy Deceased. (March,
As a bibliopolist (Mr. Shirley Wool- that chapelry, to which he was presented in mer was never surpassed, whilst bis in- 1800 by Sir R. C. Hoare, Bart. defatigable exertions in the pursuit of Jan. 4. Ac Milton, near Northampton, the sciences of Mineralogy and Geology aged 75, the Rev. Francis Montgomery, Rechave rendered his name renowned tor of Harleston. He was of Lincoln coll. amongst those wbo have devoted them- Oxf. M.A. 1780 ; and was presented to Harselves to these brancbes of useful know- leston in 1809. ledge. He frequently contributed pa- Jan. 6. Iu York Terrace, the Rev. Dr. pers on tbese subjects to periodical pub- Robert Thomson, of Long Stowe hall, Camlications (particularly our own), and it
n), and it bridgeshire. is some consolation to tbose who hope Jan. 9. At Lewanick, Cornwall, aged 35, to join him in another and a belier the Rev. Samuel Archer, Vicar of that parish, world, to know that his exertions ever
hat his exertions ever to which he was presented in 1822 by Lord tended to enbance the goodness of the Chancellor Eldon. Creator, and to vindicate his Sacred . Jan. 9. At Southampton, aged 76, che Book from the attempt of the scepric Rev. J. C. Gonnet, domestic chaplain to the to bring it into contempt. In our Marquess de Montmorency. He was beJanuary Number was an article of bis loved by all who knew him, and in the reon the Geological Effects of the Deluge, gular habit of devoting half his salary to the wherein be raised bis dying voice, as it poor. His remains were deposited in the were, in one final effort to resist the
St. James's Catholic burial ground, Wintorrent of infidelity and atheism.
chester, Those only who knew bis innate good
Jan. 10. At Rochester, aged 42, the ness of heart can appreciate his worth.
Rev. Rolert Lamle Warde, the second son of To the world he was known as a keell
W. Zouch Lucas Warde, esq. of Guilsboinvestigator of science-a devout and
rough, co. Northamp. He was of St. John's consistent professor of the Gospel; to
coll. Camb. B.A. 1811. his family and connexions, as a kind and
Jan. 17. At West Bradenham, Norfolk, affectionate parent, and a close and
aged 76, the Rev. James Bentham, Vicar of steady friend, whose advice was ever
that parish. He was the only son of the sought in the hour of perplexity.
Rev. James Bentham, M.A. F.S.A. Prebendary and Historian of Ely Cathedral, of
whom a w.emoir will be found in Nichols's CLERGY DECEASED.
Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth CenDec. 8. At Lyon, the Rev. Ligonier Lury, vol. 1. p. 484. The clergyman now Treadway, Vicar of Gayton, Norfolk, to deceased was of Cath. hall, Camb. B.A. which church he was collated in 1812 by 1777, M.A. 1780; and was collated to Brathe present Bishop of Norwich.
denham in 1788 by the Hon. Dr. Yorke, Dec. 16. Aged 67, the Rev. John Coales, then Bishop of Ely. He republished his Vicar of Addingham, Yorkshire. He was father's History in 1812 ; jointly with the formerly Fellow of St. John's coll. Camb. late W. Stevenson, esq. F.S.A. where he graduated B.A. 1793, as 11th Se Jan. 18. The Rev. John Wood, Vicar of nior Optime, and M.A. 1796. He was pre Herne, Kent, to which church he was colsented to Addingham in 1790 by Mrs. Mary
lated in 1794 by Dr. Moore, then Abp. of Cunliffe.
Canterbury. · Dec. 26. The Rev. J. Middleton, Vicar Jan. 20. At Rome, of a rapid decline, of Melbourne, Derbyshire, to which he was
aged 30, the Rev. James Duff iWard, Reclately collated by the Bishop of Carlisle. tur of Kingston, Hants. He was of Trin. Dec. 28. Aged 75, the Rev. William
coll. Camb. M.A. 182—; and was presented Robert Wake, late Vicar of Backwell, So
in 1827 by G. Ward, esq. merset. to which he was presented by the Jan. 21. The Rev. Arthur Bold, Vicar Rector in 1787.
of Stoke Poges, Bucks. He was of ChristJan. 2. At Clifton, aged 65, the Rev.
ch. Oxf. M.A. 1802, and was presented to Timothy Stonhouse Vigor, uncle to Sir John his living in 1803 by Lord F. Osborne. Brooke Stoohouse, Bart. He was the third Aged 67, the Rev. James Sewell, Vicar son of the Rev. Sir James Stonhouse, the of Biddulph, Scaffordshire, to which he was third Baronet ; was of Oriel College, Ox- presented in 1810. ford, M.A. 1789, and formerly held the liv- Jan. 23. Aged 70, the Rev. Isaac Graying of Sunning-bill in Berkshire. He took son, Rector of St. Mary in Castlegate, York, the name of Vigor by Royal sigo manual in and of Warthill, Yorkshire. He was for 1795, (his sister Clarissa was the wife of many years Master of the Grammar School Henry Tripp Vigor, esq.); and married in now called St. Peter's School, in York ; was 1796, Charlotte-Oliver, dau, of the Rev. presented to his church in that city in 1815
presented to his ch Thomas Huntingford, and niece to the by Lord Chancellor Eldon, and to Wartbill Bishop of Hereford.
by the Prebendary of that place in York Jan. 3. At Bruton, Som. aged 68, the Cathedral. Rev. William Cosens, Perpetual Curate of Jan. 23, At Whixley, near York, aged
281 67, the Rev. Henry Lloyd, D.D. Vicar of whose Life he published in 4to. 1812. Dr. Babraham, and Regius Professor of Hebrew Trail was also editor of the Porisms of Pappus in the University of Cambridge. He was and other mathematical works ; and his unof Trinity college, where he graduated B. A. affected piety, unostentatious charity, and 1785, being the 10th Wrangler and first urbanity of manners, ensured the esteem of Chancellor's Medallist of that year, M.A. all who knew him. He married at Edip1788, B.D. 1799, and D.D. 1804. He was burgh, April 29, 1799, Lady Frances Charelected Hebrew Professor in 1795, and pre- teris, aunt to the present Earl of Wemyss sented to the Vicarage of Babraham by Lord and March. Chancellor Loughborough in 1798.
Feb. 5. Aged 35, the Rev. Charles Jan. 23. The Rev. Dr. Simpson, senior Cowper Cholmondeley, Rector of Hodnet, Minister of the Tron Church, Edinb. and Perpetual Curate of Moreton Say,
Jan. 31. At Ponteland Vicarage, Nor. Shropshire. He was born at Chester, thumberland, the Rev. J. Furness, upwards Sept. 28, 1785, the eldest son of Charles of thirty years Curate of that parish.
Cholmondeley, of Overlegh, esq. by CarolineAt Hough, Cheshire, aged 85, the Rev. Eliz. 3d. dau. and co-heiress of Nicholas Robert Hill, Rector of Great Bolas, Salop, Smythe, of Cubley, in Shropsb. esq. He and perpetual Curate of Talk-o'-th'Hill, was of Brazenose coll. Oxf.; and was preStaffordshire, for many years a Magistrate sented to Hodnet with Moreton Say in 1823, for Cheshire, uncle to Gen. Lord Hill, aud by Richard Heber, esq. younger brother to the celebrated Rev. Feb. 5. At Hull, in the house of his Rowland Hill. He was the seventh son of nephew the Rev. T. Venn, aged 68, the Sir Rowland Hill, of Hawkstone, in Shrop- Rev. George King, M.A. Prehendary of Ely, shire, the first Bart. by Jane, dau. of Sir and Rector of Whitwell, Derbysh. He was Brian Broughton, of Broughton, in Staf- formerly Fellow of Trin. coll. Camb. where fordshire, Bart. He was of All Souls' coll. he graduated B.A. 1784, as 11th Wrangler, Oxf. B.C.L. 1772; was in that year pre- M.A. 1787; was presented to: Whitwell in sented by his father to the Rectory of Great 1798 by the Duke of Rutland, and collated Bolas, and by Miss Wilbraham (whom he to his stall at Ely in 1810 by Bp. Dampier. shortly after married) to the Rectory of St. Feb. 6. Aged 33, the Rev. Hen. Brougham, Mary's in Chester. The latter he resigned Rector of Tallow, co. Waterford. in 1803 to his brother Rowlaod, on being Feb. u. At Rainscombe House, Wilts, preseuted to Talk by the Rev. W. Hicken, aged 76, the Rev. James Rogers, D.D. RecVicar of Audley. Mr. Hill married Mary, tor of Heddington and South Cadbury, and dau, and sole heiress of the Rev. John Wil- a Magistrate for the county. He was of braham, Rector of St. Mary's, Chester, by Oriel college Oxf. M.A. 1780, B. & D.D. whom he had nine sons and five daughters: 1800; was presented to South Cadbury in 1. the Rev. Rob. Wilbraham Bron,hall Hill, 1796, and instituted to Heddington in 1300, Rector of Walters Upton, Salop; who is on his own presentation. deceased, but has left a family ; 2. John, a Feb. 16. The Rev. Robert Breakspear, of barrister-at-law, married, and has issue ; 3. Audlem, Chesh. He was of Queen's coll. Rowland-Alleyne; 4. Samuel, married, and Oxf. M.A. 1797. has issue ; 5. Richard; 6. Mary; 7. Margaret; 8. Brian, who died young; 9. Jane;
DEATHS. 10. Brian ; 11. Thomas; 12. Eliza-Anne; . 13. Emma; and 14. William, who died
LONDON AND ITS VICINITY. young
Jan. 7. Iu Upper Baker-st. Major A. At Fladbury, Worc. aged 58, the Rev. Watkins, late of Bengal Estab. John Tedstill. He was of Magd.-hall, Oxf. Feb. 6. Aged 68, Mr. Wm. Atkins, who M. A. 1807.
had been a performer at Covent Garden Feb. 1. At Herongate, aged 58, the Rev. Theatre for the last thirty years, and during Harry Powell, Rector of East Horndon, the whole of that time never had a day's Essex. He was of Trin. hall, Cainb. B.A. illness, and never neglected his duty by ab1793, and was presented to his benefice in sence from rehearsal in the morning, or from 1795. He dropped down in a fit of apo the performance of his part in the evening. plexy, in an enclosure near his house, after Feb. 14. At St. James's Palace, aged 87, having been visiting some of his poor pa. Mrs. Anne Boscawen, who was for above 54 rishioners, and almost immediately expired. years in the family of Queen Charlotte. She
Feb. 3. At Bath, aged 84, the Rev. was the eldest dau. of Gen. the Hon. George William Trail, LL.D., Chancellor of the Boscawen, by Anne, dau. of John Morley Cathedral of Congor, F.R.S. Ed. and M.R. Trevor, of Trevallyn, co Denbigb, esq. 1.A. He was a son of the Right Rev, James Feb. 19. Mr. John Thomas, auctioneer, Trail, Bishop of Down and Connor from 1765 King-st. Covent Garden. to 1783. He was for some time Professor Feb. 20. Aged 74, the widow of Mr. C. of Mathematics of Glasgow, succeeding L. Wright, many years a resident and citiRobert Simpson, M.D. the editor of Euclid, zen of London ; dau. of the late Mr. Chas.
Gent. Mag. Mareh, 1831.
[March, Freeth, of Bewdley, and great-grand dau. of Mar. 9. Elizabeth-Florentine, wife of Mr.
De Toney, esq. of Wolverhampton, M. A. Riebter, of the firm of Messrs. Treutwhose family were descendants of a branch tel, Wurtz, and Co., Soho-square. of the illustrious house of Stafford.
Mar. 10. In Bronk-st., aged 53, Ann, Feb. 21. In Lower Seymour-st. aged 80, wife of Samuel Merriinan, M.D. Joseph Dorio, esq.
lo Brompton-sq., aged 80, And Roberts, Feb. 22. At Kensington, Jonathan Bell, late of Painswick, Glouc. jun. esq. formerly of Bordeaux, and lately Aged 62, Jane, wife of Thomas Ramsay, of New York
esq., of Camberwell-green. In Bruton-st. aged 82, Martha, widow of Mar. 11. In Sloane-st., Frances-AnnSir Claude Scutt, Bart. She was the only Mary, wife of T. Hoblyn, esq. child of John Eyre, of Stepney, esq., and At Islington, aged 18, Jaines Allies, esq. was married Sept. 8, 1767, to the late Sir of Hill-house, near Worcester. Claude Scott, Bart., who died last year (see At Kennington, Caroline, third dau, of vol. xc. i. 467).
late Rev. Herbert Jenkins, of Leicester. Feb. 23. In Finsbury-sq., in his soth Mar. 14. Aged 69, Ann, wife of John year, (at the house of his son-in-law Dr. B. Harcourt, esq. of Bermondsey. G. Babington,) Benjamin Fayle, esq.
Mar. 18. In Broad-st.-buildings, Rich. lo Park-crescent, aged 77, John Cha- Clement Headington, esq. President of the mier, esq.
Royal College of Surgeons, and Surgeon of Aged 85, James Bolland, esq.
the London Hospital. Feb. 26. At Fulham, aged 86, John Bell, esq., formerly of the Strand, bookseller. Berks.-Jan. 7. At the Castle Priory, Few men have contributed more, by their Wallingford, aged 66, James Blackstone, industry and good taste, to the improve esq. D.C.L. Principal of New Inn Hall, and ment of the graphic and typographic arts; Deputy Steward of the University of Oxwitness his beautiful editions of the “ Brit ford. He was a son of the celebrated Judge, ish Poets" and “ Shakspeare.” He was and like his father was a Fellow of Ail Souls, one of the original proprietors of the Morn where he graduated B.C.L. 1787, D C.L. ing Post; and projector of that well-esta 1792. In 1793 he was appointed Vineriga blished Sunday newspaper, Bell's Weekly Professor of Common Law (of which chair Messenger. Another of his successful projects his father was the first occupant, from 1758 was the elegant monthly publication, La to 1760); and in 1803 Principal of New Belle Assemblée.
Ian Hall (in which office also his father Feb. 27. In Chatham-place, Blackfriars, preceded him, from 1761 to 1766). There Mrs. D. Reeve, sister to late Joshua R., esq. have not for many years been any other
Wm. Gunnell, esq. Assistant Clerk of the members of that House except the PrinciIngrossments of the House of Commons pal. Dr. Blackstone resigned the Professor
Feb. 28. At South Lambeth, aged 67, ship in 1824. He has left a family. Charlotte, wife of Thos. Hill, esq., formerly Lately. Aged 87, Thomas Norton Powof Piccadilly.
lett, esq. of Shinfield Place. At Islington, Mary Frances, wife of Mr. At Reading, Mrs. Jesse, of Castle Hill Wm. Downey, one of the senior engravers House; respected for her Christian princiin the Bank of England, and sister of the ples and amiable qualities. Rev. R.G. Bedford, Minor Canon of Bristol. Bucks.-Feb. 24. At Wexham Lodge,
At the house of her brother-in-law, Dr. aged 82, G, Roberts, esq., Lt.-Geo. E.L.C. Chambers, in Brook-street., aged 27, Eliz. Lalely. At Aylesbury, aged 64, the widow wife of Rev. Francis John Stainforth, of of Thomas Deli, esq. Long Stow, Camb.
Cheshire.--Feb. 17. At Chester, aged Mar. 1. In Hanover-st., John Fenton 87, Mr. Jolin Reece, late of Brereton Park, Cawthorne, esq. M.P. for Lancaster. in the parish of Tarvin, deeply lamented by
Mar. 2. Aged 28, Anna, wife of Mr. his widow and family. To the former (the Duarte Dos Santos, of Foley-st.
daughter of the late Mr. Peter Hudson of Mar. 3. In Sloane-st., aged 32, Capt. Christlington) he had been married 66 years. Francis Candy, Bengal N. I.
Feb, 19. William Kent, esq., of NantMar. 5. In Peckham, aged 85, G. Chou wich, surgeon. mert, esq.
CORNWALL. - Lately. At Launceston, At Turnham-green, Esther, wife of T. aged 102, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, of St. W. Hughes, esq.
Stephens. Mar. 7. At Wandsworth, aged 53, John March 1. At Moditonham, aged 74, Ames, esq. of Paternoster-row, silk-manu Charles Carpenter, esq. facturer.
Devon.-- Feb. 20. At Bideford, J. C. Mar. 8. Aged 72, John Thompson, esq. Mules, esq. a retired surgeon in the navy, of Upper Clapton.
and inventor of “ Mules's Pills.” Aged 43, 'Caroline, wife of Rev. J. H. Feb. 24. At Chudleigh, aged 45, Mr. Evans, of Hampstead.
John David Mugg, youngest surviving son In the City-road, aged 77,Hen. Munn, esq. of the late Rev. Henry Mugg.
283 Feb. 26. At the house of Rev. Robert HereFORDSHIRE.-Jan. - Aged 76, Cox, Minister of Stonehouse, aged 20, Au. Mrs. Hooper, mother of William Hooper, gusta-Louisa, eldest dau. of John Henry esq. solicitor, Ross. Tilson, esq. of Watlington, Oxfordshire. Herts.—Jan. - At Berkbampstead
March 1. At Bush, Spreyton, aged 75, Castle, aged 53, the Hon. Charlotte Grim Susanda, wife of George Cann, esq.
ston, sister to the Earl of Verulam. She March 2. At Kingsbridge, aged 85, Capt. was the younger dau. of James first Viscount Andrew Lockhart, R.N.
Grimston, by Henrietta, only daughter and March 3. At Wembury House, Henry heiress of Edw. Walter, esq. of Stalbridge, Edward Thornton, esq., eldest son of the co. Dorset (by the Hon. Henrietta ForresRight Hon. Sir Edward Thornton, G.C.B. ter, heiress of the Lords Forrester of Scot
March 9. Ac Axminster, aged 29, John land). This lady was the compiler of some Mallock, Esq. late of Hastings, surgeon, fainily history, a few years ago privately youngest surviving son of Rawlin Mallock, printed in lithography, esq. of Hill House, near Axminster.
March 22. At Little Hadham, aged 36, March 10. At Whiteway, aged 53, Mon- Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. M. D. Duffield. tagu Edmund Parker, esq.
Kent.Feb. 28. At Tunbridge Wells, Lately. Edmund P. Lyon, esq., for aged 74, Mrs. Mary Poynder. many years an intelligent and useful magis- March 3. At Loose, near Maidstone, trate
Elizabeth, widow of Samuel Dennis, D.D. Dorset.-March 16.–At Lyme, Anne- formerly President of St. John's College, Mico, relict of Wm. Daniel, esq.
Oxford. DURHAM.-Feb. 11. At Stockton-upon- March 3. Aged 74, George Smith, esq. Tees, Sarah, relict of Rob. Christopher, esg. of Camer.
Essex.- Feb. 20.-Louisa, relict of T. March 7. At Sevenoaks, in his 40th Tourle, esq. of Chigwell-hall.
year, W. H. Hilton, esq. of Regent-street. March 12. The relict of Rev. W. Spar- LANCASTER.—Feb. ... Aged 76, Sarah, row, of Walthamstow.
widow of Richard Walmesley, esq. mother GLOUCESTERSHIRE.- Feb. 12. At Man- of Charles Walmesley, esq. of Westwoodgersbury Park, aged 64, Edw. John Cham- house, and dau. of James Worthington, esq. berlayne, esq. Deputy Lieutenant and Justice Feb. 28. Aged 35, Mr. Thomas Cropp, of the Peace for the counties of Oxford, editor and proprietor of the Bolton ChroWorcester, and Gloucester.
nicle. He fell a victim to a coach accident Feb, 19. At Bristol, Cath.-Eliz.-Bishton, in June last, on his return from London, wife of William Owen Jackson, esq. Barris where he had been acting with other deputer, aad eldest dau. of Wm. Phillips, esq. of ties agaiost the truck system. Chetwynd-house, Salop.
LINCOLNSHIRE.- Feb. 24. Aged 20, Mr. Feb. 25. Ac Clifton, Edmund S. Walcott J. William Massingberd, midshipman R.N. Şimpson, esq. eldest son of late Jobo Wal third son of Rev. B. B. Massingberd, of cott, esq. of Bath.
Kettlethorpe. March 1. In his 17th year, Henry- Middlesex.—Feb. 17. At Teddington, Tucker, youngest son of Thomas Hardwicke, aged 72, George Hardisty, esq. esq. of Tytherington.
Feb. 22. At Hillingdon, aged 65, Mr, At Bristol, aged 57, Thomas Yate, esq. Edmund Lloyd, many years of the Strand.
March 6. Ac Cheltenham, Decima, wife Lately. At Ealing, the relict of Rev. of R. Bradshaw, esq. Lieut. R.N.
Richard Badcock Shury, Master of Ealing Lately. At Clifton, aged 22, John, se School. cond son of Rev. Henry Purrier, of Little March 3. At Muswell-hill, Jane, wife of Hinton.
J.S. Ewart, esq. At Tetbury, aged 62, John Wm. Bieder Newcastle. - Feb. 19. At Newcastle, mann, esq. an eminent land-agent.
Capt. James W. Cairves, R.N. youngest HANTS. - Feb. 21. At Southampton, Jo- son of late Major W. Cairnes, 36th Regt. seph Bushman, esq. Comptroller of the and brother of late Major C. of Horse Art. Chamber of London.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.- Feb. 20. At CosFeb. 24. At Ringwood, Dorothy, widow grove, aged 67, Millecent, widow of the of Rev. Henry Davies.
Rev. Joseph Thomas, of Epsom, and only Feb. 26.-At Romsey, aged 45, William surviving child of the late Rev. John ParkHenry Lintott, esq., Mayor of that town. hurst, author of the Greek and Hebrew
Feb. 27. At Lymington, Phæbe, only Lexicons. Mrs. Thomas was learned in the surviving dau. of late John Whitchurch, Hebrew and Greek languages, and, since her esq. of Salisbury.
father's death, when a new edition of either March 4. At Southampton, Caroline, Lexicon was printed, she corrected the wife of W. P.J. Lodder, esq., and daughter press. She assisted her friend Miss Starke of late Lieut.-Gen. Benson.
in translating Madame de Genlis' Theatre of Lately. At Shirley, aged 35, Mr Alfred Education, in 3 vols. 12mo. 1783-8. S. Powell, author of a work on the Battle of Fel. 23. Aged 25, Heary-Horrabin, eldthe Nile, written while a shepherd's boy, est son of Mr. Henry Leete, of Thrapston. and dedicated to Adm. Otway.
March 1. Aged 37, S. J. Humfray,
[March, esq., surgeon on the Madras Establishment, At Leamington, in her 80th year, Haronly son of the late Rev. S. H. of Daventry. riet, widow of General Scott, of Wolston,
Lately. Aged 74, Wm. King, esq. of At Birmingham, in his 70th year, M:. Walton, near Peterborough.
Thomas Knott, of the highly respectable Oxon.- Feb. 26. At Clifton, aged 18, firm of Beilby and Knott, booksellers. Elizabeth-Anne, youngest surviving dau. of Wilts.- Feb. 24. Aged 80, Mrs. SuRichard Tawney, esq. of the Lodge, near sannah Stratton, dan. of Rev. Thomas Sec. Duochurch, Warw,
combe, Rector of Camely and Brimpton, March 10. At Grandpont, aged 55, Somerset, and mother of Miss Stratton, for Thomas Henry Taunton, esq. solicitor, se many years a favourite member of the Saliscond son of late Sir W, E. Taunton, and bury Theatre. brother to Sir W. E. Taunton, one of his Feb. 28. At Fairwood, John Whittaker, esq. Majesty's Justices of the Court of King's March 6. At Latton, Dorothy, relict of Bench.
Rev. James Mauesty. March 13. At Rousham, aged 32, WESTMORELAND.—March 8. Aged 88, Charles, eldest surviving son of Rev. John the relict of J. Maude, esq. of Kendal. Strange Dandridge, Rector.
WORCESTERSHIRE.- Feb. 21. At WestSALOP.— Feb. 25. Ac Cheney Lougue. bury-upon-Trym, aged 84, Benj. Field, esq. ville, Richard Duppa, esq., High Sheriff of late of Eveshum. co. Radoor.
March 5. In bis 80th year, Rich. HemMarch 6. At Shiffnall, the relict of Mr. ming, esq. Foxlidiates-house, Tardebigg. Smyth, of Lincoln-hill, Lieut. R.N. under March 7. At Brandard - end House, the immortal Nelson.
King's Norton, aged 86, Mary, relict of SOMERSET,- Feb. 24. At Bath, aged 91, Thomas Gem, esq. Dame Mary, relict of Sir Peter Nugent, • March 10. At Belbroughton, aged 24, Bart. of Donore, Westmeach.
Geo.-David Blackiston, only son of the Rev. Lately. At Taunton, aged 81, Miss Bad- G. F. Blackiston, D.D., Rector. cock, sister to late John B. esq.
YORK.-Jan. 6. Mr. Thos. Bridgewater, At Taunton, aged 40, Major Isaac Down- organist of St. Saviour's, York. As a coming, late of 69th Reg.
poser his ballads were mucli admired, and · March 7. At Bath, Mary-Teresa, wife of his church services were received into the Major Fotheringham, of E. I C. Engineers, library of the cathedral. and of York-gaie, Regent's Park.
Jun. 7. Aged 85, Francis Hall, esq. an StaffORDSHIRE.- Feb. 15. Aged 84, eminent merchant in Hull, and Father of the William Adams, esq of Cobridge, formerly Corporation of the Trinity-house at that a manufacturer of earthenware, and one of port. He had been a member of that house the earliest introducers of blue painting in ever since 1775, had five tines served the that manufacture.
office of Warden, and would have been Feb. 21. Aged 55, the relict of the Rev. elected a sixth time, but on account of his William Agwyl, Rector of Ashley.
age and infirmities. His loss will be severely Lately. Aged 50, Mr. Joseph Smart, felt, especially by the poor of Hessle, his printer and bookseller, of Wolverhampton, country residence. proprietor of the Wolverhampton Chronicle. Jan. 15. At Moat-hall, Boroughbridge,
March 9. At Wolverhampton, the wi aged 78, Jovah Wasse, esq. dow of Robert Morrison, esq. M.D.
Jan. 18. Aged 67, Wm. Jarratt, esq. one SURREY.-Feb. 26. At "Dorking, aged of the oldest depnty-Lieutenants for the 82, John Sims, M.D. F.R.S. and F.L.S. East Riding, and Alderman of Hull, where He was the editor of Curtis's Botanical he had three times filled the office of Mayor. Magazine, from the 14th to the 42d volume; Jan: 21. At Clifton, pear York, aged 80, and contributed several professional papers Geo. Bigland, esq. of Bigland-hall, Lanc. to the “Medical Facts," and " Medical and Jan. 25. At Bridlington Quay, aged 52, Physical Journal."
Mr. John Mason, Surveyor of his Majesty's Sussex.-Lately. At Brighton, Richard Customs, eldest son of Mr. Richard Mason, Wellesley, esq. Commissioner of the Stamp of Sowerby, farmer. Office, son of the Marq. Wellesley
Jan. 28. At Woodlands, near HarrowAt Ringmer, near Lewės, aged 103, Mrs. gate, aged 60, Thomas Maude, esq. Innis, a native of Scotland. The late Col. Aged 88, the relict of Lieut. Thos. Plint, Haye, of Glyndebourne, owed the preserva- R.N. and mother of Mrs. Plint, of Leeds. tion of his life, during the American revolu- Jan. 30. At York, aged 76, Geo. Fettes, tion, to Mrs. Innis's husband, and peusioned esq. Sheriff of that city in 1802. off his preserver and wife at Ringmer, where Feb. 1. At Bawtry, aged 45, Thomas le she had resided upwards of 60 years. Her Gay Brewerton, esq. surgeon. only daughter is now in her 84th year. · At Selby, Mrs Mary Jackson, aged 106.
March 8. At Brighton, Ann, relict of Feb 11. Aged 62, Benjamin Crossley, Rev. George Bevan.
esq. M.B. of Hull. - WARWICK —Lately. At Packington, the Feb. 13. Ac Croom, near Sledmire, aged Hon. John Henry Finch, infant son of the 82, Aun, wife of the Rev. R. Croxton, Earl of Aylesford.
Vicar of Wetwang.