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At Broomhall, in the prime of life, B. B. richiest commoners in England. His real estate Ballett, esq. At Alderbury, Mrs. Thornes. in Leicestershire amounted to 10,000l. per alAt Frankwell, Mrs. Woodward. At Yockle- num, including an immense property of timber. ton Mill, 66, Mrs. Blakeway.

His personal estate, in funded moncy, bank At Market Drayton, Mr. W. Coltella, sur- bills, and cash, amounted to nearly 200,000l: genus, and one of the Yeoman Cavalry of that The whole of this property devolves, by beplace. At Whitchurch, Mrs. Cartwright. At queit, to the hon. Mrs. Butler, wife of the hon: Bithops Castle, Mrs. C. Drew.

Aug. Butler, second son of the countess of At Marchom.cy, Mr. Leigh, steward to the Lanesborough.—The remains of this knight lay late Sir Rowland Hill and Sir Rich. Hill, harts. in Itate, on the 4th initant, at Leicester, furAt Piipley, Mr. Gittoes. At Ofwelry, Mr. rounded by a magnificent plumage, decorated Spencer.

with escutcheons, and all the paraphernalia of Mrs. Morris, wife of the rev. Mr. M. of fun ral pomp. They were afterwards removed Clun. At Hanwoud, Mrs. Hill of Shrewlbury. to Swithland, there to be interred in a magni. STAFFCRUSHIRE.

ficient monument, which was erected by Sir Married.] --At Balwich, the rev. T. Green- Join in his life-time. On this monument is Fwd, of Ecclelhall

, to Miss Lycett, daughter an inscription, which states, that Sir John was of the late J. L. csq. of Weeping Cross. descended from. Norman d'Alverse, a Brabanter,

Di-d.]-At Statford, 75, F. Lycett, esq. who came into England in 1066 ; that one of 53. Mrs. Yates. 79, Mr. Maríton. 84, Mr. his ancestors was a faft friend to Charles the J. Stevenson.

First, and another a supporter of the CommonAt Hill Top, near Stone, 35, John Rutter, wealth under Cromwell, and that he himself efq. At Wolverhampton, 72, Mr. T. Davis. was a friend to civil and religious liberty, aud Mr. E. L. Neeve. At Newcastle, Mrs. Baddeley. always the supporter of revolution principles. ] At. Litchfield, 51, Mr. Jaf. Snape. Near

RUTLANDSHIRE. Litchfield, Mr. S. Wyatt.

Died.)—At Oakham, Mr. Combes, attorAt Shufhios, 52, H. Crockit, esq. the ney, and clerk of the peace for the county of agricultural improvements effected by this gen. Rutland. At Hambleton, Mr. Herring. At teman added to the wealth of his country; his Uppingham, 63; Mrs. Marriott. lots will be sincerely regretted as a truly valu

CAMBRIDGESHIRE. able member of suciety by all who knew him. The extensive tract of land, called Somersham At Fenton, near Newcastle, T. Broadı, esq. Heath, with other unimproved lands in the LEICESTERSHIRE.

parithes of Somerham, Woodhurst, and Pidley At the sale of Mr. Frisby's rams, at Walt- cum Fenton, are now in a course of inclosure. ham, a single shearling reached the price of At a meeting of land owners of Wisbeach, 135 guineas.

St. Peters, and other adjoining parishes, a plan The house of Richard Timfon, of Hallaton, was adopted for more effictually draining the in Leicestershire, with four others, was lately lands and grounds contiguous to the Redmore entirely confumed by fire, before any assistance drainage. could be procured.

Married.]-The rev. W. Armstrong, B. A. On the 7th instant, the Leicestershire volun- of Jeius College, to Miss Whittred. ter cavalry were reviewed in the Abby Mea- Mr. Fayerman, surgeon, of Swaffham, to duw, by their colonel, Sir W. Shetlington. The Mifs Norton, of Holme Hale. attemblage was brilliant and interesting.

Died.]-At Cambridge, in the prime of life, Married.)- At Seale, S. P. Wolferitan, esq. Mis. Claydon. At Wilbeach, Mr. John Mayer, of Statfold, Staffordshire, to Miss E. Jervis, attorney. daughter of P. J. csq.of Nether Seale.

At Ely, Mr. P. Smith, attorney,

late one of Ai Kibwurth, the rev. T. Thomas, of Farn- the coroners for the Itle of Ely, and deputy dun, to Miss Fux.

steward to the Bishop, Dean and Chapter. At Died.] – At Leicester, Mr. Harrison, surgeon. Sutton Wah, Mr. John Prest. At Weit WracMr. Reynulds. Ai Belminthore, in the prime ting, Mr. E. Haylock, of life, Mr. Jos. Inkeriole, of Leicester ;

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. lately a much respected and very eminent linen- The parish officurs of Priddington, in the draper. No man could more beloved by a county of Bedford, have lately advertised, with large circle of friends.

an eagerness not very honourable to'thuir geneAt Belgrave, Rich. Varin, efq. At Castle rosity, as a ruraway from his family, an unforDonnington, Mr. Towle.

tunate man, who had ruined himíelf by a conAt kinworth, 72, W. Hames, esq. a very tract to provide for the poor, before the late intellig-nt man, and of much utility in his neigh- enormous advances in the price of provisions. bouri.doc. At Loughborough, Nir W. Capp; At Northampton qarter scitons, on Thurswithout any previous indisponition he was taken day, Daniel Abbot, of Little-Addington, was ill while at dinner with his fainily, and never indicted for a mildemeanor, in e: groting and spoke afterwards.

getting into his hands, by buying of Richard At Thrutington, Miss Cuffon, daughter of Wightman, fitiy quarters of wheat; with the the Rev. W.C.

At Hinckley, Mrs. Lawion. intent to feel the same again ; and reing found TThe late Sir John Danvers was one of the guilty, was fined in the penalty of 51

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A number of public improvements, by in- Died.]At Worcester, Mr. Shingleton. Mrs. closures, new turnpike roads, &c. are on foot in Gower. 39, Mrs. Day. Mr. Crane, of Brooms.

grove. Married.)-At Peterborough, the rev. Mr. At Barbourne House, near Worcefter, A, Serle, of Writtle, to Miss Vinter.

Williams, esq. lately arrived from Jamaica. A
Mr. E. Billingham, of Northampton, to Miss Stourbridge, Mrs. Hodgson, Quaker. Near
Andrews, of 'Bristol.

Worcester, 70, Mr. J. Phillips.
Died.)-At Northampton, Mrs. Jackson. At Painswick. Mrs. Cooper, of Kiddermin.
At Peterborough, Mrs. Pritchard ; The was in fter. At Feckenham, Mrs.' Marshall. A
perfect health at eight o'clock and a lifeless Broughton Green, Mr. G. Fownes.
Corpse before nine.

HERLFORDSHIRE.
At Kettering, Mrs. Toller, wife of the tev. Married.)-At Pontesbury, Jor. Warter, jun.
T. N.T. At Maxey, 25, Mr. V. Wing, on¢ ¢fq. of Siberscot, to Miss Meredith, daughter of
of the Northamptonshire Yeomanry.

the late T. M. esq. WARWICKSHIRE.

At Pipe, the rev. T. Lloyd, rector of Putley, Married.]—At Coventry, Mr. Hunter, Hof- to Miss Meredith. pital Staff, to Miss E. Curson.

At Leominster, the rev. J. Williams, master At Stratford-upon-Avon, Mr. T. Smith, to of the grammar school there, to Miss Hughes. Miss A. Veasey.

Died.)-At Longworth, Mrs. Walwyn, wife Died. ]-at Birmingham, Mrs Taylor, wife of J. W. erg: M. P. for Hereferd. At Bromof Mr. T. surgeon. Mr. T. Hanson; this gen- yard, Mr. Gi Badham. eleman by unremitting attention had acquired an At Aconbury, ncar Hereford, Mrs. Fisher, extensive knowledge of the sciences; he was an At Haughton, 102, Mrs. M. Pitt. Ac Treable mathematician, and a skillful aftronomer. tyre, Mr. Sternhold. Mr. Jor. Latham. Mrs. H.S. Evetes. Mrs. Cope.

- MONMOUTHSHIRE. Miss Barber, daughter of J. B. efq. Mr. T. Died.]--At Monmouth, Miss E. Bowen, 0. Heeley. Mr. Payne, attorney. Mrs. Wobb. daughter of the late Mr. B.'attorney Mrs. Allen. Mr. R. Dicken, jun. Mr.' Mat

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. thews. Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs. Matthews. Mr. Lord Sherbone has offered, for seven years, a John Eginton.

filver cuḥ, of five guineas value, for the best At Atherstone, in the 41st year of his age, wether frear hog, to be lorza fide bred in GlouC. G. Hartold, fürgeon and apothecary, son of cestershire. the Rev. Sherman Harroki, rector of Temple Several vagrants have been fogged out of Patrick, and vicar of Antiim, Ireland. He was Gloucester, by which that city, to the credit of initiated at an early age in the rudiments of his the magistrates, is kept frce of that disgraceful Ir »fession by his uncle, Grove Harrold, an emi- nuisances common beggars. ie t surgeon at Coventry. Upon his settling Mr. Daniel Roberts, of Paiņswick, an. afterwards at Atherstone, a populous town and nounces, in Rrikes's Glouceller Journal, that he extentive neighbourhood gave scope to talents has succeeded in condensing the vital or oxiwhich merited a larger field for their display. gene air, by which he produces a falt of peculiar In a few years his superior knowledge and suć- nature, that by repeated solution and coagulation cessful practice advanced him to the summit of becomes fixed, and wi.l endure the fire." profesional eminence : his skill and judgment A house at Huntley was lately burnt to the engaging the confidence, and his humanity and ground, in the night, by the family having tender attentions the love and citeem of his pa- omiited effe&tually to extinguish a fire in the tients. His death was the consequence of a chimney on the preceding day. violent fever, which' the pressure of too much Married.]-W. Wakeman, esq. of thie My. business at a siekły scalon is supposed to have the, to Miss Williams, of Little Malvern. occasioned.

Died.]-At Gloucester, Mrs. Lambe. Miss At Coventry, Mrs J. Taylor. At Allesley, F. Palin. Mr. Bamford, apothecary. 83, Mrs. near Coventry, Mrs. Holmes. At Handsworth, S. Lye. Mr. John Scraggs, T. Price, esy. At Dig- At Weston, Miss Phillips. At Stonehouse, beth, Mr. Doody:

Mrs. Dimmock. At Over, near Gloucester, At Small Heath, Mrs. Lane.

Mr. Long At Rouboroush, Mrs. Tanner: WORCESTERSHIRE.

At Crudwell, Mr. R. Buckland, attorney, of At the late Stirbitch fair, new Hops in poc. Tetbury. At Auit, Mrs. J. Taylor. kets reached from 51. 128. 00 61. 6s. per ewt.

OXFORDSHIRE. Derby cheese sold at 21. 185. : fingle Gloucester A mort dreadful and alarining fire lately 21. 145. to 21. 165. Double Gloucester 31. to broke out at the New Mills, near Henley upon 31. 6s. Fine old Cheshire 31. 1os.

Thames, Oxfordthire, which, in the course of Married:) ---The rev. Mr. Bennett, to Miss an hour, reduced the paper and corn mill to Woodward.

athes, with about Soo reams of paper. The r.v. W. Jones, of Lidney, to Miss Married. )- At Oxford, the rev. G. Richards; Pidcock, daughter of the late J. P. esq. of the fellow of Oriel College, to Miss Parker. Platts, near Stourbridge.

Mr. Churchill, jun. of Woodstock, to Miss

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1796.] Buckinghamshire ... Huntingdonshire ... Efex, &c.

759 M. Towncsend, daughter of S. T. cfq. of Ox.

Essex. Ford.

A redoubt and batteries have been lately conDied )-At Oxford, 82, Mr. S. Fletcher, for- structed on Clacton Beach, with a view to merly a booksel.er in that city. Suddenly, 70, fecure the entrance of Maiden River against rov1. Uri, LLD. of the Univerlity of Leyden : he ing privateers, &c. was by birth an Hungarian. Several years fince Married.) -- A. Schick, esq. of London, to he was employed by the University of Oxford Mifs Wilt, of Belchamp Walter. to arrange the Oriental MSS. in the Bodleian T. Wharrie, esq. to Miss Clay, of Braintree; Library, a catalogue of which was published in At Colchester, the rev. A. Beevor, to Miss 1787, in consequence of his labours.

Blatchett, daughter of Major B. At Banbury, at the adyanced age of 79, the Died.] -At Colchester, Mrs. Powell, matron Rev Geo. Hampton, A. M-He was a native of Chelsea Hospital, and lifter to the rev. Dr. P. of Wrexham, in Denbighshire, took his degree At Weeley Hall, near Colchester, S. Weeley, in the University of Glasgow, where he was esą. At Chipping Hill, near Witham, Mr. contem orary with the Rev. H. Worthington, John Newton. of Leicester : he was at the head of a diffenting Ar Writtle, 90, Mrs. Crush. At Little Wacongregation at Banbury for 56 or 57 years, and did tham, Mrs. Gardiner. At Stansted-Mounts honour to the character of the scholar, the gen- Fichet, Mr. S. Day, Quaker. Ar Clacton, tleman, and the divine: he diftinguished him- Mrs. Jones. self by a treatise in support of the Doctrine of At Strood Green, near Rochford, 68, B. Carr, the Atonement, in opposition to the late Dr. esq. many years one of his Majesty's Justices of Taylor, and in later years to Dr. Priestley, whọ the Peace for the county of Esex. acknowledged him among the most candid of

NORFOLK his opponents. He was respected by all who At a late meeting of the proprietors of estates knew him; by the clergy of all denominations, in Markland Fen, a plan for draining the same and by none more than those of the Establish- and other adjoining lands effectually and cerment, some of whom have borne teltimony to tainly, so as not to be affected even in seasone his candour, by reading in the same desk, and extraordinarily wet, was delivered in by an able preaching from the same pulpit, for the last fix engineer, &c.The advantages to be obtained years of his life, during the rebuilding of the from this drainage (proceeding by the outfall of parish church. His memory had been impaired Tilney Caol) will considerably overbalance the by a paralytic stroke, but his reason was clear, experices to be incurred (which, according to the and his fight so good as not to require the help estimate, amount to 18,5801. 125. 6d.) and muß of glasses : his itrength had been gradually ultimately prove a great public benefit.' abating for some time, but he was so well as to Married.] – At Norwich, Mr. John Ebbetts, go from home to a friend's house the day before of Hellesdon, to Miss Goultry. his death, and was arrested by the grim Ty- Lieut. M. W. Suckling, of the navy, to Miss rant in his way down stairs to his breakfast ; he G. Framingham, of Norwich. had set his foot upon the last step, fell down, R. Heath, esq. of Panxworth, near Acle, to and with a 'single' ligh funk into the arms of Miss S. Kerrison, daughter of J. K. esq. Death. From the length of time he officiated Blencowe, esq to Miis Everaro, daughas pastor, in some families he has left three ter of alderman E. of King's Lynn. generations, initiated by him into the Christian

Capt. Vale, of Yarmouth, to Miss Theodochurch by baptism.

rick, of Edgefield. At Banbury, Miss R. Marriott.

Died.)--At Norwich, 83, the rev S. Bourne, In London, 21, Mr. R. Pridie, son of Mr. formerly minister of a Diffenting chapel there, G.P, of Oxford. Ai Great Milton, Mrs. M. and author of several sermons. His infirmities Ludbrooke, At Glymptun Park, where he had incapaciated him, for the last 20 years, from was on a visit, R. Lloyd, efq. of Headington the periormance of his public duties House, near Oxford.

Edinund Guirey, Quaker. 28, Mrs, C. DeeBUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

ker, wife of the rev. T. Director of St Simon Married.]-The rev. T. Milnes, M, A. to

and Judc. 67, Mr. T. Nicholls. Miss E. Gery, one of the daughters and co. Clements. Mrs. Aldis. 54, Mrs. E. Bates. heiresses of W. G. esq. of Bulhmead Priory. Mr. Mackay

Died.]-At Brighton, suddenly, Mrs. Daven- At Swatham, 54, Mrs. P. Daiton, wife of port, wife of R. D.esq. of Court-garden.

W. D. eiq. At Bath, Miss C. Cuitance, HUNTINGDONSHIRE.

daughter of J. C esg. of Weston Houie. At With a view to improve the great road lead- Bracondale, 45, Mrs. R. Alien. ing from Spalding, in Lincolnthire, to Rsamfey, At East Dereham, 84, Mrs. M. Fenn, moin this county, &c. an application is to be made ther of the late Sir J. F. Knt. At Wymonda to parliament, to make a rew turnpike road from ham, 60, Mrs. Stattörd. At Stalham, Mr. R. Broother House Bar, through Portland, Thor. B. Lowe. At Holkam, 48, Mr. Sharpe. nzy, Whittlesey, Ramsey, &c.

At Lynn, Mrs. Goodwin, wife of Mr. H. G. Married.]At Barham, Mr. Jal, Webb, of attorney. Mrs. Sinclair, late ot Barwick. Miss Stafford, to Miss Ladds.

Hakes. At Yarmouth, 76, Mr. R. Burroughs. Deid.) At Elton, Mrs. Crofts.

At Bacon:horpe, Mrs. Brown, kdict of Mr.

A. B,

73, Mr.

51, Mrs.

A. B. of Blackney. At Bergh Apton, Miss H. to the latter place, and interred in the family Fox. At Witchingham, Mr. Copland, jun.

vault there SUFFOLK.

Ar Richmond, Mrs. Lewes, reliet of the Along the coast of Suffolk, cannon are placed Dean of Oflory. At Croydon, N. Dernithurne, on the heights all the way from Loweitotte to esq. of St. Agnes, Cornwall. At Ripley, 46, Harwich ; so it is in Norfolk, Lincolnthire, Miis R. Newman. Yorkshire, &c.

BERKSHIRE, Married.]—At Southwold, Mr. R. Brown, Died ]-At Reading, Mr. J. Weston. At furgeon, to Miss Revens.

Datchett, Miss A. Trant, hister to the Hon. Mrš. Mr. John Wilion, of Tannington, to Miss Dillon. At Hampitead Morris, Mr. ): Justice, Gooch, daughter of J. W. G. cfq. of Brundith jun. At Wokingham, 80, Mrs. Grithin. Hall.

Aged 80, the rev. T. Shephard, M. A. recP. Havens, efq. of Donyland Hall, to Miss tor of West Woodhay, and vicar of Speen. At Sage, daughter of E. S. efq. of Wivenhoe. Knightsbridge, Miss H. Floyer, daughter of the

Di-d.]-At Bury, Mr. John Hill, one of the late P. H. esq. of Shinfield, near Reading. Burg fres of the Common-council of that Cor

Sussex. poration. Mr. W. Stocken. Mr. Hawkins. Married.] At Fletching, J. T. Stanley, esq. 44, Mr. H. Traice.

son of Sir J. S. bart. of Alderley, to the Hon. At Beccles, 93, Mrs. M. Whitaker, reliet of Miss Holroyd, daughter of the Rt. Hon. Lord the rev. T. W. late of Freffingfield. At Ald- Sheffield. borough, 22, Miss Revett, daughter of J. R. At Brighton, Lieur G. Smith, of the Blues, esq. of Branderton.

to Miss F. Smith, daughter of the late H. S. esą. At Barton Mills, 84, T. Haws, esq. at Normanton House, Leicestershire. Rickinshall Superior, Mr. H. Bealey. In Lon- Died.] A cd 80, Mrs, Harcourt, wife of the don, Mrs Girling, relict of Mr. S. G. of Strad- rev. H. H. of Stonic-house, rector of Warbleton brooke.

and Crowhurit. At Lewes, Mr. Wood, At Ipswich, 68, Mr. E. Bacon. 56, Mr. S. Near Alfiifton, Mr. Stevens, of Lewes; com Harrison. Mr Bridges. 88, Mrs. Beaumont. ing out of a mill, on which he had been at work, At B. dmondisfield Hall, Mrs. S. Barrett, reliet he unfortunarely got too nigh the swifts, which of N. B. esq. At Stokc, 49, Mrs. Bloefield. struck him on the head, and fractured his skull KENT.

so dreadfully that he died a few hours after. Lord Romney has set an example at Maid

HAMPSHIRE, hone, of sending all his corn to the public mar- Mirried.] At Winchester, T. W. Filgate, ket, and has forbid the sale of any by sample. efq. of Arthur's Town, to Miss E. Mahon, of

Morried.] At Canterbury, Mr. Woudrutse, Castleg.in, both of the kingdom of Ireland. surgeon, to Miss Moyne.

At Warminster, W.P. Cooper, Esq. of SouthAt Sholten, H. B. Deane, esq. 'of Reading, to field Housc, to Miss Butler, daughter of E. B. Miss E. Wyborn, daughter of J. W. esq. of Hull elq Place.

At Tytherly, T. S. Foots, esq. proprietor of * At Bennende!), R. Money penny, esą of Rol- the Theatre-royal at Plymouth, to Miss M, vendon, to Miss Dunn.

Hart, of Twyford. Diel.)--At Canterbury, Mr. R. Frend. Mrs. M. Cæsar Lambert, a French emigrant ser-' ! Southee. Mrs Culver.

jeant, to Miss Harrison of East Cowes, filter-inAt Rochelter, Wis. Priitor, wife of Mr. B. law io admiral M‘Bride, a young lady with a autortiny. 80, Mrs. L. Hills. Mr. C. Ether- large fortune. ington.

Died.j At Southampton, advanced in years, At Bromley, Mrs. Hawke wo th, relict of the rev. R. Davies; many years rector of Newa Dr. H. At Tenreruen, 73, Mrs. Taylor. At bury and Highclerc. Suddenlı, Mr. W. An. Chatham, Mr. Rimmer.

drews, attomey. Mrs Darwall, wife of J. D. At Town Walling, Niss Geary, sister to Sir csq. W. G. bart. At Maidltone, Mrs. Collins. At At Winchester, suddenly, Mr. Lee. SuddenFolktne, Mrs. Andrews. At Dover, Mr. G. ly, Mr. Cullis. At Hurne, ncer Christchurch, A. Back

Mr T. French. At Basingstoke, 67, Mr. T. At Newland, in the lilcor Thanet, G. Bed. Aldr. ford, eft. At warga:e, Miss E. Road. 56, At Fareham, the Rt. Hon. Lord Cranitoun, Mr. V. Aufien, and a few days after, 65, Mrs. a Captain in the Royal Navy, and Governor of P. Anten, his wife. Mr. Willing, of the Grenada; his Lordinip's death was occasioned Thatre-royal tinere.

by the sugar of lead in some cyder, which had SURREY

been kept in a citern lined with lead. He had Marrie:')-At Streatham, John Brickeno, been lately appointed governor of Grenada; his of Shotmoad, 5: vfordthire, to Ä ils Kent. remains were conveyed 10 Portimouth, and in

At Dorking, T. Cruft, elf. of London, to terred in the garrison chapel there. Mifs Ansell.

At Last Choldertun, C. Gregoric, cfq. At Dicl.)

At his feat at Ether, 85, Rich. Cofo Carisbrook, in the Ile of Wight, 25, Miss Sus fin, ciq. of Peitledge, Devon hire, aud Hex- therland. At Andover, Mrs. Poore. At Sut. northy, Cornwall; his remains were conveyed ton, Miss E. Watis.

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At Cho!derton, Mr. John Whicher. At At Timberscombe, W. Withycombe, esq. Romsey, 40, Mr. T. Hall. At Portsea, Mrs. At Down House, near Blandford; Miss Flair, Colville.

daughter of C. B. eiq. Suddenly, the Rev. WILTSHIRE.

Mr. Waker, of Mells.

DEVONSHIRE. Died.] At Salisbury, Mrs. Cooke, reliet of the rev. W. C. vicar of Enford, Mr. B. Steed- Married ] At Plymouth Dock, capt. Shel

22, Mr. J. Langley, jun. Mr. T. drick, of the Royal Artillery, to Mrs. Durnfard, Bracher.

widow of col. D. At Quidhampton, 28, Miss A. Gibbs. At At Newton Bushell, J. C Worthington, esq. Martin, 86, Mr. John Williams.

major in the Sussex fencible cavalry, to Mrs At Peckham, Surry, 88, the rev. R. Jack- Tickell

. son, D.D. rector of Donhead St. Mary, for H. Roe, esq. of Graton, to Miss F. P. Macmore than half a century, and formerly Fellow krill, daughter of J. M. esq. of Kingston upora of Magdalen College, Oxford. His unbounded Thames. charity and benevolence will cause his memory Died.] At Exeter, Mrs. M. Sweetland. Mis. long to be cherished.

Bart. 40, Mr. W. Russel ; he was taken ili SOMERSETSHIRE.

while in the fields, walked home, and died in

about an hour. Married.] Lieut. Thomson, of the Somerset Militia, to Miss S. Eborall, daughter of the late

Lately, near Plymouth, in the 22nd year of W. E. esq. of Atherstone.

his age, Mr. Benjamin Edy, surgeon of MillAt Bath, the rev. Dr. Bridges, to Miss En

Prison. His death was occasioned by an illness Faught, of Bath. E. Watts, esq. of Wiltshire, to

of only three days, supposed to be occafioned by Miss Franco.

attention to the duties of his profefiion : He Died.} At Bath, Mrs. Prynn. Miss A. Ed.

was a young man of very amiable manners and

pleasing address; and endowed with good nawardes, daughter of the late admiral E.

70,

tural abilities, which had been improved by a Capt. Watson; he signalised himself in the

liberal education. The writer hereof, and a American war for undaunted courage, and took from the enemy no less than 1 27 valuable prizes. large circle of his acquaintance, lament their

severe lofs. 91, Rob. Ferguson, efq. formerly an eminent merchant in the city of Cork. Suddeniy, Mrs.

At Axminster, suddenly, 57, Mr. S. Pieron• Thomas. The rev. Mr. Preston, Madame de

At Allwere, near Southmolton, 78, Mrs.

M. Eastmond.
Kerouartz P. Love, esq.
At B iftol, M's. Wrighten. Mr. P. Can-

At Exmouth, Jal. Hossack, M.D. for the last ning. Mr. G. Wilkins. Mr. E. Davis. Mr.

25 years physician to the Royal Hospital 20 John Bowen. Miss A.

Bate.

Greenwich ; at the age of 77 he calmly reWeekes, attorney. Mr Sawier. Tvis. Haw: figned a life of public utility and private worth. kins, wife of Mr. H. attorney.

CORNWALL. At Taunton, 83, Mrs. Ward, wife of the Married.] At Anthony, R. Holmes, esq. of rev. Mr. W. At Ilminster, Mr. R. Collins, fen. the navy, to Miss E. Nash, of Gravesend. At Shepton Mallet, Mr. Wale. At Frome, At Truro, capt. E. Lawrence, to Miss Mrs.Webly. At Beckington, near Frome, M1 Crosby, of Falmouth, Moody.

Dicd.) At Gluvias, the Rev. W. ). Temple At Ramsgate, Mrs. Blackman, relict of the

vicar of that place. late R. B. esq. of Bath. At Stapleton, Miis

NORTH WALES. Mogg. At Wells, Mr. W. Stevens, of Bar- Die!!.] At St. Asaph, the Rev. John Youde, badoes. At Nunny, Mr. King.

M.A. V car of Higham, Kent, and head-master DORSETSHIRE.

of the grammar school at Beaumaris. Five Mosaic pavements have been lately dis

At Wrexham, Miss E. Jones, daughter of sovered in this county, in a field called Nunnery

T. J. esą. At St. Asaph, Mr. E. Jones, son of Meadow, in the pariin of Maiden Newton. W. J. esq. of Wrexham V'echan. At TrofOne of them measures 20 feit by 30, another nant, near Pool, suddenly, Mr. John Meredith. 20 by 16, and a third 55 by 16, connected

SOUTH WALES. with the two former by means of a Mosaic paí- Det.At Abergavenny, Mr. John Watfage 100 leut long, and 8 wide The largest kias, furycon. At Brigend, Glamorganshire, appears to have been the floor of a Roman tem- Mr. Smith, surgeon. ple, erected about the time of the emperor Con- [The remains of the Rev. J. G. Aubrey, Itantine. All the pavements are enriched with wcie interred in the family vault at Ystradginfigures of a masterly design, chiefly relating to lais, Glamorgan thire; the pall was supported the god Neptune : on one of them have been by eight clergymen, and the corpse was attenddiscovered three legible Latin inscriptions. ed to the church by all his tenants, 100 huric

Married.) E. W tfq. of Burton House, meu, and 400 oa foot.]
Hants, to Miss Gulliver, of Long Crirchill.
Died.] At Sherbone, Mr. W. Ruffel. Near

* Scorch and Irish News, &C. Norice of North Petherton, suddenly, Mr. W. Pitman.

Dr. Rei, &c. with answers to Correjjzondenis, At Old Cleeve, Mrs. Evett.

are ceferred for want of r69m.

AGRICULTULE

52, Mr. R.

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