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he was confined by the gout chiefly to his sentiments and conduct, and generous to rooms, and he had not slept out of College such of his relations as were sickly, or for twenty or thirty years. He was par otherwise required his immediate assistticularly well acquainted with the Statutes As he resolved never to marry, he of the University, was associated with Jebb at all times declared, while he enjoyed in his plan for the improvement of educa tolerable health, that his property should, tion, -was a friend of the late Bishops Law at his death, be divided among his relaand Watson; and a more strenuous advo tions, in fair and reasonable proportions. cate for liberty, civil and religious, as dis He was affected with a paralytic stroke, tinguished from anarchy and misrule, ne and became almost blind some time before ver existed. He published two sermons, his death.

D. preached before the university of Cam P. 184. b. Rev. Richard Mant, D.D. bridge, tbe one on the Baptismal form, was formerly a member of Trinity colthe otber on the Creation of all things by lege, Oxford, where he took his degree of Jesus Christ; and whoever reads them will M. A. in 1768, but accumulated those of lament that the author has not explained B. and D.D. at New College in 1793. He his sentiments more fully on many other was educated under the Wartons, and parts of Scripture. His nepbew, Sir Tho continued on terms of the closest inti. mas Tyrwhitt, is now the head of the fa. macy with those eminent scholars. He mily of this name.

was the author of “ Public Worship, a At Newbold Pacy, Warwickshire, Sarah Sermon preached at the consecration of Wighiwick, the wife of William Little, All Saints' Church, Southampton, Nov. esq. daughter of the late Thomas, and 12, 1795;" 1796: which, when delivered, sister of the late John Wigbtwick Knight- gave offence to the Dissenters, one of ley, esq. of Offchurchbury, in the same whom, a popular preacher of the town, county.

published an attack upon the doctor on ADDITIONS.

ihe charge of intolerance, to repel which Vol. LXXXVI. ii. p. 626. b. James Dun he very judiciously printed his discourse. can, esq. was the only acknowledged child "The Order for the Visitation of the of Mr. James Duncan of Lincoln's-inn, Sick, from the Book of Common Prayer," solicitor, whose death is recorded in our 1805. • Eight Lectures on the OccurObituary, vol. LXXIII. p. 1194. His fa rences of the Passion Week," 1807. ther was a skilful lawyer; but too intent “ Guide to the Understanding of the on the acqnisition and retention of wealth; Church Catechism," 1807.- The Rev. and the son was brought up in a state by Richard Mant, vicar of Great Coggeshall, which he suffered more than the inheritance and domestic chaplain to the archbishop of all his father's property (which was left of Canterbury, who has distinguished to him by will) could compensate. He himself by several able theological and was, however, of an unassuming and poetical publications, is a son of the deeasy temper, just and honourable in bis ceased divine.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for March, 1817. By 'W. Cary, Strand.
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Jersey 2. Guern. 2 Meteorolog. Diaries for March & April 290, 382 Review of New Publications,

Miscellaneous correspondence, &c. Scriptural Essays-Word for my Country 329 Mr. Chalmers's “Biographical Dictionary”291 Neale's History, &c. of Westminster Abbey331 Tour through various parts of Flanders, &c.293 Wadd's Cursory Remarks on Corpulence 332 " The Beauties of England and Wales”...295 Lectures ou Craniological Physiognomy . 334 MS Poems, &c. of the Rev. W. Mason...ibid. Village Counsel to the Poor ............... 336 The Birth-place of Knox the Reformer.....297 Vindication of the Tower Magistrates...... 337 Epitaph at Halesowen by Shepstone ......ibid. Mr. Ainger's Ordination Sermon

338 Cultivation of Poppy, Tobacco, and Haricot 298 Scott's House of Mourning, a Poem COMPENDIUM of COUNTY HISTORY - Essex 299) Transmigration 340,--Huish on Bees 341 On the Constitution of Parliament..........303 Rowland op Hair 342.-Virgil à Valpy... 344 Remarks on: use of the Articles A and AN. 304 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE......

.347 Memoir of James Neild, esq. by himself. 305 Index INDICATORIUS—Questions answered. 348 History of Stained Glass in England .... 310 Select Poetry, for April 1817.......349–352 Topographical Account of Griston, Norfolk315

Historical Chronicle. On the Hours for searching Parish Registers 318 Proceedings in presentSession of Parliament353 Lawrence Family– Improvements at Camb.319 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences..361 Proposed Arrangement for a Naval Brevet 320 The Pope's Bull against Bible Societies... 365 Causes of ilt Health from Indigestion...... 321 Country News 367.--Domestic Occurrences 368 Survey of Endowed Hospitals recommended 322 Theatrical Reg.--- Promotions; Preferments369 On the Darkness at our Saviour's Crucifixion 323 Births; and Marriages of eminent Persons 370 Remarks on Ecclesiastical History ibid. Memoirs of the Rev. WILLIAM BELOE, B. D. ; Coipage of Henry VI.---CATHEDRAL Schools327 T. HEARN, Esq. ; Capt. Miller... 371-373 Mr. Fisher's Work on Stratford-upon-Avon328 Obituary, with Anecd.of remarkable Persons374 Circulating Library for the Poor proposed ib. Bill of Mortality.—Prices of Markets, &c. 383 Monument of Dean Vincent-Prize-fighters ib. Canal, &c. Shares.- Prices of the Stocks...384, Embellished with a view of the Birth-place of Knox, the Reformer in, GIFFORDGATE, Haddington; and with a Silhouette of James NEILD, Esq.

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A P R I L, 1817.

LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. 2 General Evening

Cumb.2-Doncast. M.Post-M.Herald

Derb.-Dorchest. Morning Chronic.

Durham Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exeter 2, Glouc. 2 P.Ledger & Oracle

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Huntingd.-Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

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Newc.3.-Notts. 2 Courier-Globe

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Norfolk, Norwich Cour.d'Angleterre

N.Wales Oxford 2 Cour. de Londres

Portsea-Pottery 150therWeekly P.

Preston-Plym. 2 17 Sunday Papers

Reading -Salisb. Hue & Cry Police

Salop-Sheffield2 Lit. Adv. monthly

Sherborne, Sussex Bath 3_Bristol 5

Shrewsbury Berwick— Boston

Staff.-Stamf. 2 Birmingham 3

Taunton-Tyne Blackb. Brighton

Wakefi.- Warw. Bury St. Edmund's

Wolverh. Worc. 2 Camb.-Chath.

York3.IRELAND37 Carli.2.-Chester 2 CONTAINING

SCOTLAND 24. Chelms. Cambria.

Jersey 2. Guern. 2 Meteorolog. Diaries for March & April 290, 382 Review of New Publications.

Miscellaneous correspondence, &c. Scriptural Essays-Word for my Country 329 Mr. Chalmers's “Biographical Dictionary”291 Neale's History, &c. of Westminster Abbey331 Tour through various parts of Flanders, &c.293 Wadd's Cursory Remarks on Corpulence 332 " The Beauties of England and Wales”... 295 Lectures on Craniological Physiognomy . 334 MS Poems, &c. of the Rev. W. Mason...ibid. Village Counsel to the Poor

336 The Birth-place of Knox the Reformer .....297 Vindication of the Tower Magistrates...... 337 Epitaph at Halesowen by Shepstone .......ibid. Mr. Ainger's Ordination Sermon

338 Cultivation of Poppy, Tobacco, and Haricot 298 Scott's House of Mourning, a Poem COMPENDIUM of COUNTY HISTORY -Essex 299 Transmigration 340,--Huish on Bees 341 On the Constitution of Parliament..........303 Rowland ov Hair 342.-Virgil à Valpy... 344 Remarks on. use of the Articles A and An. 304 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.........

..347 Memoir of James Neild, esq. by himself. 305 Index INDICATORIUS—Questions answered: 348 History of Stained Glass in England ...... 310 Select Poetry, for April 1817.......349-352 Topographical Account of Griston, Norfolk315

Historical Chronicle. On the Hours for searching Parish Registers 318 Proceedingsin presentSessionof Parliament353 Lawrence Family– Improvements at Camb.319 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences..361 Proposed Arrangement for a Naval Brevet 320 The Pope's Bull against Bible Societies... 365 Causes of ill Health from Indigestion...... 321 Country News 367.-- Domestic Occurrences368 Survey of Endowed Hospitals recommended322 Theatrical Reg.-Promotions; Preferments369 On the Darkness at our Saviour's Crucifixion 323 Births; and Marriages of eminent Persons 370 Remarks on Ecclesiastical History ....... ibid. Memoirs of the Rev.WILLIAM BELOE, B. D.; Coinage of Henry VI.-CATHEDRAL SCHOOLs327 T. Hearn, Esq. ; Capt. Miller... 371-373 Mr. Fisher's Work on Stratford-upon-Avon 328 Obituary,with Anecd.of remarkable Persons 374 Circulating Library for the Poor proposed ib. Bill of Mortality.—Prices of Markets, &c. 383 Monument of Dean Vincent-Prize-fighters ib. Canal, &c. Shares.--Prices of the Stocks...384 Embellished with a view of the Birth-place of Knox, the Reformer in, GIFFORDGATB, Haddington; and with a Silhouette of James NEILD, Esq.

the Visitor of Prisons.

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY KEPT AT EXETER.

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30.06 S 16 30.00 45 Fine; after 9 gloomy.

30.00 17 30.08 381 Very fine

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