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Cumberland - At Killington, near Ken Leicestershire - At Birstall House, aged dal, aged 80, Mr. J. Rigg, of Burton, in 16, Louisa, daughter of John Mansfield, Kendal.-He was father, grandfather, and esq. great grandfather of 99 persons. In the Lincolnshire - At Horncastle, aged 52, year 1'145 he was summoned to assist the the wife of Edward Harrison, M.D. Duke of Cumberland in his attack on Car At Barton upon Humber, aged 81, Mr. Tisle, and was employed in cutting down Richard Richmond, many years an emiwood and making batteries to besiege the nent surgeon and apothecary. city.

Norfolk - Aged 75, Francis Blomefield, Devon - The wife of Rev. Dr. Hawker, esq. of Swaffham, last male branch of the vicar of Charles, Plymouth.

family of Blomefield, the County historian. At Exeter, Eliza, youngest daughter of At Loddon, aged 76, Mrs. Elizabeth the late Samuel Luscombe, M.D.

Bond, who has bequeathed 501. to the At Tiverton, Charles, eldest son of Rev. Norfolk and Norwich Hospital ; 501. to John Kempe, of St. Mabyn, Cornwall. the Methodist Chapel at Norwich; and

At Plympton, Elizabeth, youngest 141, to the Poor of the parishes of Cheddaughter of the late Capt. R. D. Forster. grave and Loddon.

At Oakhampton, Robert Hawkes, esq. At Litchen, Mrs. P. Wodehouse, relict senior alderman of that borough.

of Rev. Philip Wodehouse, prebendary of Derbyshire - At Findern, aged 87, the Norwich. widow of Rev. John Orrel.

Northamptonshire --- At Braunston, aged Dorset - In her th year, Mrs. Rich- 79, Rev. John Williams, B.D. rector of ards, relict of the late William Richards, that place, and formerly fellow of Jesus esq. of Warmwell.

college, Oxford. At Manston, aged 55, Rev, R. Clavell, At Cliff House, aged 75, Robert Faux, 31 years rector of that place.

esq. Durham At Heighington, near Dar

Notts - At Dunham, Mr. John Havilington, Mrs. O'Callaghan, wife of Lieut, land, an eminent surgeon, of Bridgewater. col. O’Callaghan, of the Durham Militia. Oxfordshire - Elizabeth, daughter of

Essex - Rev. Henry Ryder Knapp, rec George Hitchings, esq. surgeon, Oxford. tor of Woodford, and vicar of Raunds, Salop-At Ludlow, John Walker Baugh, Northamptonshire.

esq. one of the aldermen of that borough. At Colne priory, aged 65, Anne, wife Somerset - At Bath, aged 83, Rev. Wm. of Rev. Thomas Carwardine, of Earls Daniel, M.A. vicar of Stutton upon DunsColne.

more, Warwickshire. At the Parsonage, Chelmsford, in her At Bath, Harriet, youngest daughter of 26th year, Louisa Jemima, youngest Rear Adm. Sir John Gore, K.C.B. daughter of the late Rev. John Morgan, At Clifton; in consequence of the birth rector of that parish.

of her first child, aged 24, Elizabeth MarAt Harwich, aged 91, the relict of the garet Antoinetta, wife of Rev. John Ridlate William Deane, esq. mayor of that ley, prebendary of Bristol cathedral. She borough.

was daughter of John Ellis, esq. of Jamai. Gloucestershire - Harriet Frances, se ca, descendant of an ancient family in cond daughter of the Rev. H. A. Pye, of Wales, and his wife Antoinetta Parker, Cirencester.

daughter of Adm. Sir Peter Parker, the At Downsend, aged 31, Rev. John Ver. first baronet, a gallant officer, whose an. non.

cestors acquired honourable distinction Hanis - At Millbrook, William Dow. in church and state, and his wife Marganer, esq. surgeon.

ret Nugent, of the House of Westmeath. In his 98th year, George Rowcliffe, esg. Rev. Mr. Price, Baptist minister, of the oldest inhabitant of Southampton. Yeovil.

At Whitchurch, Rev. John Charles Staffordshire - Rev. William Lowe, viWilliams, M. A. of Worcester college, car of Gnosall, and curate of Ellenhall. Oxford,

At Whrine Hill Hall, Rich. Timmis, esq. At Portsmouth, aged 60, William Gold Suffolk — At Cockfield Hall, aged 15, sou, esq. magistrate and alderman of that Henry, fourth son of Sir Charles Blois, borough.

bart. Herefordshire - At Yatton-court, aged At Siclešmore, aged 64, Mr. William 93, Mrs. Woodbouse, widow of John Gualt, upwards of 44 years tenant and Woodhouse, esq. many years one of the steward on the Rushbrooke estate. His Directors of the East India Company. mother, Mrs. Gualt, was in her 103d

Kent - At Rochester, Capt, Juxon, 3d year, and on hearing of the death of her foot.

son, was taken speechless, and expired At Hythe, Major Holding.

on the following day. At Hythe, aged 103, Mrs. Colebrooke. Wilts — At East Harnham, near Sa.

At Canterbury, aged 95, the widow of lisbury, aged 58, Wm. Wake, esq. late Rev. Charles Milles.

of East Knoyle,


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At Salisbury, in bis 430 year, Dr. cond son of Rev. R. G. Robinson, Vicar
Henry Smith, a physician to the infir. of Harborne, co. Stafford.
mary, a magistrate of the city, and an At Antigua, Langford-Lovell Hodge, esq.
alderman of the corporation of Salisbury. member of the Council in that Island.

Warwickshire — Rev. Thomas Greasley, On his journey to the East Indies by
M. A. vicar of Polesworth, and perpetual land, aged 29, William Chavasse, esq.
curate of Nether Wbiiacre.

an officer in the Company's service. He Worcestershire - Thomas Evans, esq. came to England to impart to the Board

At Hanbury, aged 80, Henry Harman, of Admiralty av invention of the Longiesq. formerly of the Coldstream Guards. tude, and returned in the spring to India,

Mr. William Ricketts, an eminent sur. joined by Capt. Macdonald, the bearer of geon, and conductor of the Lunatic Asylum public dispatches, at Constantinople. They at Droitwich.

resolved, instead of performing their jourYorkshire. — W. Taylor, esq. solicitor ney to India by the accustomed route, to and associate on the Norfolk circuit. explore, from their over-sanguine ardour,

At Beverley, aged 54, Mr. Eyre, eldest the tract described by Xenophon on his son of the late Rev. John Eyre, D. D. of return. By this they experienced many Wylve, Wilts.

hardships on their way, were imprisoned Edward Tennant, esq. of Bolton-castle. in a dungeon by a Kurdish Chief, at a

At Pontefract, Mrs. Heron, relict of place called Ingra, not far from Bagdad; Rev. Mr. Heron, many years the highly but ransomed themselves by paying 800 respectable Vicar of that place.

piastres. The unfortunate Chavasse was Wales. - At Grosmount, Monmouth seized with a brain fever on their libera. shire, aged 104, Thomas Millner.

tion. His friend and fellow-prisoner put Rev. E. C. Chambres, Vicar of Land- 'him on a raft on the River Tigris, to reach fydd, and Rector of Llansannan, Denbigh- Bagdad the sooner for medical assistance; shire.

but he died on the raft almost in sight of
SCOTLAND. · Al Campbell-town, Capt. that city, and was buried by him in a re-
W. B. M Millan, Royal Marines.

tired spot on the banks of the River Tigris.
At Causeyend, near Edinburgh, aged April 1. In Russell-place, Fitzroy-sq.
97, Serjeant James Coulie, out-pensioner. aged 79, Edmund Pepys, esq.
He fought at the siege of Quebec in 1759, At Tunbridge Wells, in her 78th year,
and was wounded in the ancle by a mus. Mrs. Turuer, widow of Charles Turner,
ket-ball, while fighting by the side of the esq. late of Wimpole-street.
immortal Wolfe, at the moment that Ge. At Paris, aged 71, the Duke of Laval
neral received the fatal shot.

de Montmorency, a peer of France, and a
At Edinburgh, Hon. Mrs. Thwaites, lieut.-gen. in the King's army.
widow of W. Thwaites, esq. formerly April 2. In Grosvenor place, in his
M. P. for the county of Galloway, and 220 year, Charles-Fox Townshend, esq.
daughter of the late Lord Fortrose.

eldest son of Lord John Townshend. He
At Glasgow, Rev. J. M. Reay, author had been for many months past in a de-
of a New Translation of the Bible.

clining state of health, in consequence of Ireland. - Al Donaghadee, aged 107, more than one rupture of a blood-vessel. Dolly Lemon. She was seldom or ever At Turnham-green, Geo. Wildman, esq. above 10 miles distant from that place in of Christchurch-college, Oxon, and of Linall her life-time; and until about two years coln's-inn, London. This young gentle. since was active and industrious, with the man was seized with a pulmonary comenjoyment of good health, maintaining plaint, which terminated his valuable life through life an unblemished character. at an early age. He had just taken his

At Dublin, Isabella, eldest daughter of academical degrees with great credit, and the late Henry Quin, M. D. distinguished died lamented by a circle of numerous by her private virtues, no less than her friends, as well as by his own family. mental accomplishments.

April 3.

In Grosvenor-square, in his
At Clantarf, Maria, wife of Sir William 18th year, Hon. James Stanley, son of
B. Burdett, bart.

the Earl and Countess of Derby.
ABROAD. — At Hyeres, department du In Nelson-square, the wife of F Noble,
Var, near Toulon, aged 19, Frances esq. late of Fordham Abbey, Cambridge.
Flower, wife of Henry Thompson, esq. of Of a rapid decline, in his 19th year,
West Wickham, Kent, and fourth dau. of William, only son of Thomas Swain, esq.
Wm. Lester, esq.

of Canonbury, and of Frederick’s-place,
At Riga, aged 45, Wm. Cumming, esq.

Old Jewry.
At Florence, aged 70, Lady Hammet, At Kingston-upon-Thames, in his 67th
widow of Sir Benjamin Hammet, banker, year, Mr. J. Westall, late of the Strand.
of Taplow Hill, Bucks

On Woolwich Common, Miss Mary
At St. Helena, Capt. S. Turton, 66th reg. Fletcher, daughter of the late Rev. Ric

At Antigua, of the yellow fever, in his chard Fletcher, formerly Rector of Hal-
20th year, Ensign Robinson, 63d reg. se stow and St. Mary's Kent.



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At Odiham, Hants, R. Cole, esq. an tached to the Royal Italian regiment, in eminent solicitor there, and several years which he had an uncle a captain. He bea coroner for the county.

came, successively, chief of the 2d batAt Kingswood-hill, aged 47, Mrs. Ste tallion of the Var, colonel of the ci-devant vens, widow of the late Rev. W. Stevens, regiment of the Sarre, general of brigade many years an itinerant preacher in the and division in 1793. He already, in Methodist connexion. Her deep fervent 1794, enjoyed the command of a corps piety, and unwearied efforts to promote of 20,000 men, destined to the expedition the spiritual concerns of all she had to do against Oneille and the siege of Saorgio. with, greatly endeared her to a numerous He commanded there constantly the adcircle of friends. The tears of the widows, vanced guard of the army of Italy, took orphans, and poor of Kingswood, to whom a principal share in all the great affairs of her heart and her house were ever open, that army, and acquired the name of the speak louder than any testimonies of her favourite child of Victory. Hostilities havfriends, and painfully prove the very se ing recommenced in 1799, he conducted, rious loss they have sustained.

in quality of General in Chief of the army At his house at Twickenham, after a of the Donake, that memorable campaign long and severe illness, in his 76th year, of Switzerland, which the battle of Zurich George Brooks, esq. of Chancery-lane, rendered so decisive and so glorious : banker, who employed a long life in the 70,000 prisoners were the fruits of this active discharge of his duty to God and campaign, where he had to contend man; a pious and faithful servant of against two great captains, Prince Charles Christ; a kind and affectionate husband, and Marshal Suwarroff. He immediately father, and friend; a man of strict bo afterwards assumed the command of the nour and integrity, of a clear and sound wreck of the army of Italy in the camjudgment, a liberal and humane disposi- paign of 1805; and at its head penetrated tion. He lived universally beloved and into Germany. He was afterwards charged respected, and died as universally lamented with the conquest of the kingdom of Na

At Cirencester, Dorothea, wife of Jos, ples, and subsequently sent to Poland, Cripps, esq.

whence he returned to France at the peace April 4. In the Minories, aged 65, of Tilsit.-The war called him again into Benjamin Whitrow, esq. of the late firm Germany in 1809. There, after several of Champante and Whitrow.

honourable combats, he received, in the At Camberwell-grove, in her 40th year, plains of Esling, the title of Priuce, after Mrs. Elizabeth Domett.

having sustained the shock of the eneAt Turnham-green, in his 54th year, my's right, and saved the French army Charles-Henry Hunt, esq. formerly of by his able conduct and invincible couStratford-on-Avon.

rage. He afterwards acted a brilliant In his 61st year, P. Musgrave, esq. of part iq the battle of Wagram, in which Cambridge.

he was seen, though sick and suffering, Of excessive grief, the mother of Daniel advancing at the head of his troops, and Diggle the Luddite, recently executed at animating them by his example. He Nottingham.

ended his military career by the command AtGainsborough, aged74, J.Dealtry,esq. of the army of Portugal in 1810 and 1811.

At Thirsk, aged 66, John Wrightson, He here displayed anew the firmness of esq. coroner for the North Riding of York. his character in the midst of difficulties of

At Penzance, Mr. E. Morgan, many all kinds with which he was surrounded, years Deacon of the Baptist Church in and which he had to surmount. He has that town. His death was occasioned by left behind, inconsolable at his loss, a withe bursting of a blood vessel whilst dress. dow, two sons, and a daughter married to ing himself in order to attend divine wor Lt.-geo. Count Rielle, his pupil, his first ship a few Sundays since.

aid-du-camp from 1793.-Moniteur. At Dunbar Lodge, Mrs. Hay, relict of April 5. In his 81st year, Wm. Wal. Hon. William Hay, of Lawfield.

ker, esq. of Killingbeck near Leeds. At his estate, at Ruel near Paris, after Catherine, only daughter of the late a long and severe illness, Andrew Massena, Aaron Wickens, esą, of Dunmow. Prince of Esling, Duke of Rivoli, Marshal At Barming Parsonage, Kent, Charof France, Grand Cross of the Royal Order lotte, third daughter of the Rev. Mark of the Legion of Honour, Commander of the Noble, Rector of Barming. Royal and Military Order of St. Louis, At Ossett Parsonage, aged 80, Mr. EdGrand Cross of the Orders of St. Stephen ward Kilvington, father of the Rev. Edw. of Hungary, of St. Hubert, of Fidelity, of Kilvington, imcumbent minister of Ossett Baden, and Hesse d'Armstadt. He was born cum Gawthorp. at Nice May 8, 1758. After having served April 6. At his father's house, James three years at sea, in his youth he entered Ward, son of John Ward, esq. of Airthe army of France in 1775, being at. Street, Piccadilly.


At Walworth, of the hooping-cough, Ed. the celebrated wealthy John Elwes, esq. Thomas, the infant son of Mr. John-Sam. M. P. and mother of John Raleigh Elwes, Browne, and grandson of the late Mr. J. esq. 71st reg. killed in the battle of Wa. Browne, senior associate engraver of the terloo. Royal Academy.

Agnes, daughter of Robert Forbes, esq. At Wellingborough, co. Northampton, of Old Aberdeen. aged 51, Rev. Johu-Tole Rodick.

April 10. At Gatcombe, near PortsAged 56, Mr. John Skelton, of Leeds, mouth, Lady Curtis, relict of the late attorney at law, and for many years clerk Adm. Sir Roger Curtis, bart. G. C. B. of Indictments and Solicitor to the Ma. In Alfred street, Bath, Rev. Dr. Vilett, gistracy of the West Riding of York. of Swindon, Wilts.

At Bath, in his 64th year, Jeremiah At Blackwell Hall, Chesham, Bucks, in James, esq.

bis 68th year, James Wallis Street, esq. April 7. At his house, near Broomhall At Hellingthorp, near Rotherbam, aged Spring, Rev. George Smith, M. A. one of 28, Mr. J. Jubb, only son of George the assistant ministers of the parish Jubb, esq. of Winchester street. church of Sheffield, and perpetual curate After a long and most painful illness, of Eccleshall. After a severe illness he John Elwes, esq. of Fingest Grove, co. peaceably resigned, his spirit into the Bucks, and Portman square, London. He hands of his Creator, leaving a large and was one of the two sons of the late muchaffectionate family to mourn the loss of respected member for Berks, whose emi. their best earthly friend, and a numerous nent and singular nobleness of mind, as circle of relations to cherish the remem well as his immense property, he jointly brance of his virtues.

with his brother inherited. And here we At Swansea, aged 26, Elizabeth, eldest cannot but notice the ungrateful and unand sole surviving daughter of the late just history of his life which was published. Sir Charles Thompson, bart.

Ungrateful, we say, because the author At St. Field House (Down), Ireland, was entirely bred up, protected, and fed Lady Sarah Price, wife of Nicholas Price, at his table: and unjust, because his esq. of that place, and sister of the Mar. many virtues were unnoticed. The few quis of Camden.

foibles of his patron were exaggerated, At Banff, aged 79, James Bartlett, esq. which a generous and independent miod formerly Lieut.-colonel of the Banffshire would have committed with his body to local militia.

the grave. The gentleman, whose death Aged 105, Mr. Owen O'Toole, of Pep. we deplore, died as he lived,--planning perland, co. Wicklow, the lineal descend and promoting the welfare and happiness ant of the famous O'Toole, whose resist of others. His bequests of charity, thereance to Cromwell has been so celebrated. fore, are many and great. To all his old He worked with his men at the farming and faithful domestics, independencies for business last year; and would, a short life; to his acquaintances and friends, period before his death, walk twenty miles tokens of regard and friendship; and as in one day.

every honest man who has property to April 8. At Bath, Lydia, only daugh dispose of ought to do, he has given and ter of Nathaniel Harden, esq. of Hadley, bequeathed the whole of his immense Middlesex.

property (after paying all legacies and At Barlow Parsonage, Cambridgeshire, charitable bequests to the different pain her 60th year, Mrs. Bullen, sister of rishes in which he had property), to his Rev. Jos. Hall, Rector of that pari; h. two children, to the amount, as is supWhile dressing herself she fell down and posed, of 500,0001. and upwards ! expired.

At Bath, aged 67, Mrs. Susanna Young, In the Close, Winchester, in his 81st daughter of the late Adm. Young. year, Rev. J. Hawtrey, M. A. Prebendary At Lincoln, advanced in years, J. Hayof that cathedral, vicar of Ringwood and ward, esq. Mayor of that city. He served Preston Candover, Hants, and formerly the office of Mayor in 1807, and again in fellow of King's College, Cambridge. The 1816. vicarage is in the patronage of the pro April 11. At Stanstead Bury, Herts, vost and fellows of that Society.

the relict of Capt. Robert Jocelyn, R. N. At Lee place, Oxon. aged 71, M. Cor In Brunswick square, at an advanced gan, esq.

age, Mrs. Elizabeth Merlott, sister of the Joseph Goodeve, jun. esq. of Gosport, late Alderman Merlott of Bristol. Hants.

Ensign Wm. Pigott, of the 25th regt. April 9. In Norfolk-street, Strand, in In his 79th year, T. Poole, esq. of his 65th year, James Edge, esq.

Maidstone. In James-street, Mrs. Serle, relict of April 12. In Hatton Garden, Honoria, the late Ambrose Serle, esq.

wife of A. Murray, esq. At North Shields, at an advanced age, At Washingborough, Lincoloshire, Rev. Mrs. Elwes, relict of the late Col. H. F. Massingberd, rector of that parish, and Elwes, of Tynemouth, a near relative of prebendary of Lincoln.

April 15. At Bath, in bis 730 year, Rt. April 20.

After a short illness, Mrs. Hon. Sir A. Thomson, Lord Chief Justice of Tegart, wife of Arthur Tegart, esq. of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer. He was Pall Mall, deeply lamented by her surin point of years the Father of the Bench, viving family and friends. having sat as one of the Judges many In Litchfield-street, Sobo, Mr. Andrew years longer than any of its present occu Thompson, aged 72. pants. His reputation as a Judge was April 22. At his friends at Worcester, in of the highest order, in point of legal the bloom of life, after a severe illness knowledge, of perspicuity, and strict in during many months of a pulmonary distegrity of decision. - A few years back the ease, to the sincere regret of his acquaintlongevity of our judges was proverbial, auce, and the beartfelt affliction of his and a vacancy on the bench was a rare young family and relatives, the Rev. John occurrence. Death, however, has lately Wail, M. d. rector of Quai Wolstaston and made a great sweep in a quarter which he Stoke St. Milburgh, ço. Salip, younger son had previously so much spared. He has of the laie Col. Wall of Tewkesbury Lodge, taken away not only Heath, Rooke, co. Gloucester, and grandson of the late Grose, Ashburst, and others of the old celebrated and truly beperolent John school, and lastiy, Chief Baron Thomsou; Wall, lale of Worcester, M. D. but also made free with their junior bre At Ashted, near Birmingham, in his 68th thren before their ermine had lost its year, Mr. Francis Wheeley. freshness. Chief Baron Thomson was the intimate friend of Lord Thurlow, by P. 189, a. The late Francis Gosling, Esq. whom his talents were highly esteemed. was a character whose definition is comApril 17.

In Langham-place, William prehended iu “ Humani Generis Decus.Price, esq. formerly Equerry to the King, The Genileman and the Scholar, of reand Vice Chamberlain to the Queen. fined, elegant, suarity of manners; of April 18.

At Mauldslie Castle, in his liberality of heart and hand, of diffusive 60th year, the Right hon. Thomas Car charity to an extent proverbial. Thus michael, Earl of Hyndford. He succeed shone his character expanded to the world. ed his cousin James in the Earldom, Dec. Iu his domestic scene, the sacred depôt of 21, 1787. The greater part of his time tender and eudearing sensibilities, he was was devoted to agricultural pursuits at the perfection of example, conjugal and Westra, and to the embellishment of bis paternal. The lenient hand of Time can princely seat at Mauldslie. He was one alove be locked to to sooh the affliction of the most skilful farmers in a district of that suffering circle. They have, howparticularly distinguished for the excel ever, to enjoy in alleviation the Epiculence of its farming. Mauldslie, his pa rism in reflection, that his memory and trimonial inheritance, is now separated meritorious deeds will be perennially vifrom the Hyndford estate. It has fallen tal.- When such a man is called to Heato his Lordship's sister, Mrs. Nisbet of ven by the fiat of his Maker, he leaves a Carfin. Sir Joho Anstruther, bart. Suc void on earth rarely ever filled by comeeeds to the entailed estate. The title is mensurate aggregate of moral virtues. S. extinct.

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