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Corney, to Miss Mary Ann Benn, of Hensinghảm' years, which he bore with patient resignation and House.

fortitude, Died.] At Carlisle, Mr. Bernard Dorran, 43—

DURHAM. Mr. Thomas Knott, of Shaddungate, 20- Mrs. Ann Airey, 89—At Penrith, Mrs. Ann Moss, 50--Mrs. The Rev. Henry Philpotts has been presented by Priscilla Peacock, 58-At Whitehaven, Mrs. Jane

the Lord Bishop of Durham to the valuable rectory Summers, 67.–At Knorren Lodge, Mrs. Blackburn,

of Stanhope, in Weardale. 72, relict of Quintin Plackburn, esq.

The Bishop of Durham has conferred on Rev.

J. B. Sumner, of Eton College, the vacated preDERBYSHIRE.

bendal stall in his cathedral. Birth.) At Renishaw Hall, the lady of Sir Married.) At Stockton, Mr. G.W. Todd, mer. George Sitwell, bart. of a son and heir.

chant, to Miss Elizabeth Jennett-At Durham, Married.) Rev. Charles Campbell, jun. of Wea Mr. Ralph Thwaites, tu Miss Elizabeth Hoppersenham, Norfolk, to Sarah Jane, eldest daughter of At Bishopwearmouth, Mr. Robert Teesdale, of W. B. Thomas, esq. of Chesterfield--At Marston Stone Bridge paper-mill, to Miss Mary Shepherd, apon-Drove, R. S. Heacock, esq. to Miss Woodroffe, of Bent House, near Durham---Mr. Burn, of Leeds, of Marchington Woodlands, Staffordshire - At to Miss Blacksland, of Bishopwearmouth. Spondon, near Derby, Mr. Lawrence Hall, of Bas Died.] At Durham, Mr. Frederick Hall, 25— ford, to Mary Toplis, only daughter of Chas. Antill, Mrs. Ebdon-Mr. James Thurlow-At Cornforth, esq. of Borrowash Cottage.

Mr. Robert Bell, 83. He was wounded at Quebec Died.) At Leam House, the wife of M. M, on the day that General Wolfe lost his life; and Middleton, esq. and eldest daughter of the late was also at the siege of Gibraltar with General R. A. Athorpe, esq. of Dinnington, Yorkshire. Elliott, in 1782—At Ketta House, near Darlington,

Rev. Henry Hardinge, rector of Stanhope, bro. DEVONSHIRE.

ther of the late Mr. Justice Hardinge, and father The Rev. Arthur Atherley, of Trinity College,

of Sir Henry Hardinge, K.C.B. M.P. for Darham Cambridge, is preferred to the vicarage of Heavi. At Cockerton, near Darlington, Mrs. Dorothy tree, on the presentation of the Dean and Chapter

Richardson, 81 At Darlington, Mrs. Jane Widof Exeter.

dop, 70-At South Shields, Mrs. Ripon, 29. ** Births.] At Exeter, the lady of Lewis Rooke, esq. of a daughter — At Buckland House, near

ESSEX Barnstaple, the lady of Major-gen. Webber, of the

Births.] At Wood House, Stanstead, the lady Madras army, of a son-In London, the lady of

of Rev. J. Brasse, M.A. of a daughter-At Col. John Bastard, esq. M.P. of a son.

chester, the lady of Rev. Thomas S. Hodges, of a Married.] At Plymouth, Joseph Gill, esq. of

daughter At Toppesfield rectory, Mrs. Lewis Plymouth Dock, to Delia, second daughter of Way, of a son—At Priors, the lady of Colonel Thomas Husband, esq. banker-At Exmouth, Rev.

Hamilton, 3d guards, of a son. John Wollocombe, rector of Stowford, to Ellen Jane, Married.] At Chelmsford, Captain Cheslyn, 730 eldest daughter of Wm. Webber, esq. — At Honi.

regt. to Mrs. Corfield-At Barston, near Dunmow, ton, J. Baker, esq. banker, to Miss A. Sweeting, Mr. William Acason, to Miss Venden, of Pratt both of Newton Bushel -At Bideford, Rev. Hugh

Place, Camden Town--At Weald, Mr. Thos. Tilley, Bent, rector of High Bray and of Jacobstow, to

of Brentwood, to Miss Elizabeth Ann Mitchell-At Emily, daughter of Rev. J. Harriman Hutton, of

Hatfield Peverell, John Stirling Wright, esq. of Stockbridge-At Ashtone, Rev. Christ. Love, to

Birch Holt, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Peter Miss Jane Elizabeth Ogle, of Tynemouth Lodge,

Wright, esq. of Hatfield Priory-Norfolk Burleigh, North Shields---At Stonehouse Chapel, J. A. Mor

esq. of Baythorn Hall, to Miss Milner, niece of the rell, esq. R.N, to Miss Beddek.

late Rev. Dr. Milner, dean of Carlisle, Died.) At Crediton, Samuel Rudall, esq. 76_

Died.] At Gosfield Hall, Thomas Astle, esq. 52 At Exeter, George Gifford, esq. 64, elder brother of

-At Saffron Walden, Joseph Collin, esq. formerly the attorney general-At Bicton House, the Right

captain in the Essex militia, and one of the magis. Hon. Lady Rolle-At Totness, Mr. Wm. Hanne

trates for the county-At Rochford, George Wyatt, ford, 72, bookseller, a man much respected-At Ex

esq. 17 years one of the magistrates of this county mouth, Ann Charlotte, third daughter of late Rev.

-At Marden Ash, Ongar, John Hughes, esų. Robert Winton, of Exmouth, 31 — At Torquay, colonel of the 5th Essex local militia, John Brooke, esq. 62-At Exeter, Mr. Gilbert Dyer, 77, a respectable bookseller.

He was pos

GLOUCESTERSHIRE. sessed of great natural talents, general knowledge

There is now growing at Allastone Court, a and reading; was author of several ingenious

Siberian crab-tree, which has this year produced works; and was extensively connected with litera.

two perfect crops of fruit. The tree was planted ry characters, as well as with the principal book.

a few years since, in a north aspect, in order to sellers of Great Britain.

retard vegetation in the spring,) for the purpose of DORSETSHIRE.

obtaining its antheræ, at the proper season, to The Rev. G. J. Fisher, B.A. of Worcester Col. fructify some apple-blossoms. This year the tree lege, Oxford, is preferred to the rectory of Win has, in addition to the spring blossoirs, produced frith, on the presentation of the Bishop of Salis. blossoms and perfect fruit on the wood of the mid. bury.

summer shoot. Married.) The Rev. S. Bulgin, to Miss Saunders, Births.] At Longford House, acar Gloucester, both of Poole At Poole, Mr. Etty, of Moor Lady John Somerset, of a sou--At Gloucester, the Critchill, to Miss Ellen Bristowe, of Poole-Mr. W. lady of Robert Morris, esq. of a daughter-At Wot. Joyce, to Mrs. Miller-At Sherborne, Mr. Dibble, ton House, near Gloucester, the lady of William to Miss Ridout, of North Wotton.

Goodrich, esq. of a son. Died.) At Weymouth, Sarah, wife of Mr. H. H. Married.) At Dursley, John Wallington, esq. Tizard, solicitor--At Up-Cerne, Rev. Charles Bere to Miss Ann Sheppard, of the Ridge_key. H. jew, 90--At Lyme Regis, Captain W. H. Kittoe, Welsford, of Tewkesbury, to Miss Newman, of R. N. 37, after a severe paralytic affliction of nine Castle-street, Leicester-square - At Cold Aston,

of Rochester, in the room of the late Dr. Win, Busby.

Married.) At Canterbury, George Curtets, etc. to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Jrohn Hodges, esq. of Barham-Richard Halford, jm. esq. to Charlotte, widow of the late George Denne, esq. of Paddock House - At the cathedral, James Beckwith Wildman, esq. of Chilham Castle, M.P. for Colchester, to Miss Lushington, danghter of S. R. Lushington, esq. M.P. for Canterbury-At Dover, J. C. Dickens, esq. to Elizabeth Helen, second danghter of Colonel West, Lieut.-governor of Languard Fort---At Pluckley, Richard Ashbee, esq. to Miss Beacon, of Ashford-At Romney, B. Cobb, esq. mayor of Romney, to Miss Elizabeth Pollett-At Bromley, John Scott, son of Jas. Scott, esq. to Susanna Louisa, daughter of Res. J. F. SL. John, prebendary of Worcester cathedral-At Darenth, Henry Chapman, esq. to Martha, daughter of Richard Waring, esq. of Lewisham-At Tenter. den, Lieut. John Sutherland, R.N. to Miss Mary Sutton.

Died.] At Dover, Lieut.-colonel Alexander Allan, bart. one of the directors of the East India Company, and late M.P. for Berwick-upon-Tweed, 56–-Charles Sivewright, esq. agent for packets at Holyhead --At Canterbury, Mr. Stephen Harde man, 23—-At Nackington, Richard Milles, esq. 85 At Maidstone, the wife of John Mares, esq. of that town—At Brockley House, Lewisham, Isabella, only daughter of Henry Ibbetson, esq.

LANCASHIRE. The first stone of a new Parish Church was laid in Blackburn on the 20 September. A public procession was formed on the occasion, after prayers had been read in the chancel of the old church. The site of the new erection is partly upon the burial-ground lately added to the old church-yard, and partly upon the grounds attached to the ricar, age-house. A number of the latest gold, silver, and copper coins were deposited in the foundation, stone, in a leaden box, together with a plate of the same metal.

Married.) At Manchester, Mr. Barker, to Jane, only daughter of James Hall, esq. of Cocker Hill, near Stayley Bridge — William Watkis, esq. to Sarah, eldest daughter of Samuel Harding, esq. of Heaton Norris—At Warrington, Edward Pember, ton, esq. to Mary, daughter of the late George Whitley, esq. of Notley Hall, Cheshire-At Lan. caster, Henry Myers, esq. of Crosby House, in this county, to Eleanor, daughter of the late John Watson, esq. formerly of Preston,

Died.] At Manchester, Otho Hulme, esq. 62 Mr. John Bell, merchant, 64—Mr. Thomas Bentley -At Pendleton, Thos. Hewitt, esq. of Manchester, solicitor-Rev. Rowland Broomhead, a Catholic minister-At Leigh, Rev, Robert Caunce, late of Emanuel college, Cambridge, and curate of Bolton.

Robert Whittington, esq. of Hamswell House, to Elizabeth, daughter of the lite Robert Bush, esq. of Tracy Park.

Died.] At (heltenham, George Haig, esq. of London--At Cherrington Park, James, eldest son of John George, esq. 32--At Fairford, Mr. John Absolom, 92—At Coaley, Mr. James Ricketts--At Berkeley, Mr. Robert Cole, late of Peddington.


The Rev. Charles Shrubsole Bonnet has been instituted to the rectory of Arrington, on the presentation of his Majesty.

Married.] At Swanmore House, by special licence, Right Hon. the Earl of Huntingdon, to Eliza Mary, widow of the late Alexander Thistlethwayte, esq. of Hampshire, and daughter of the late Joseph Bettesworth, esq. of the Isle of Wight -At Stoke, Captain Priddle, R.M. to Miss Haw. ford-At Kingston, near Portsmouth, Rev. Hiram Chambers, late of the Missionary seminary, Gos. port, to Miss Rhoda May, of Rhyde, Isle of Wight,

Died.) At Southampton, Hon. Mrs. Wallop, sister of Lady Bayning-Mrs. Prescott, relict of Captain Thos. Prescott, R.N. 86—At Hurstborne Tarrant, Anne, wife of Joseph Blount, esq.-At Romsey, Mrs. Butler, relict of Captain ButlerAt Twyford, near Winchester, Miss Mary Laving. ton, 23_At Portsmouth, John Charles Mottley,

esq. 58.

HEREFORDSHIRE. The Rev. James Johnson, M.A. of Worcester college, Oxford, is preferred to the rectory of Byford and vicarage of Bridge Sollers.

The Rev. James Bullock, M.A. of the same college, has been instituted to the perpetual curacy of Grendon Bishop.

Married.) At Clifford, Rev. Rice Price, to Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Gwynne, of Llancluad, Radnor. shire. Died.) At Weobley, Mr. Richard Oakley, 13.

HERTFORDSHIRE. The Earl of Bridgewater is one of the greatest flock-masters at present in the kingdom. From 1812 to the present year, his lordship has had on his walks at his seat at Ashridge, on an average, 4414 Southdown ewes, which have produced 6151 lambs; making an addition to his lordship's stock, after deducting the number sold, and loss by deaths, of 1737 ewes !

HUNTINGDONSHIRE. Married.] At Water Newton, John Francis, orrly son of the late M. S. Dalby, esq. of Biggin, near Derby, to Miss Ann Butt-At St. Neots, William Rowley, esq. of the Priory, to Miss Jane Catherine Maine.

Died.) At Kimbolton, Mr. Nathaniel Beedham, 21-At Spaldwick, Mrs. Sharman-At St. Ives, Lieut. John Launcelot Haughton, R.N..At Stilton, Jane, wife of Rev. Daniel Twining, rector of that parish-At Elton, Mrs. Smith, 40.

KENT T. H. Powell, ésq. of Quex Park, has a complete ring of bells in one of the towers of his residence, and is the only gentleman in the kingdom who keeps in his service a regular band of bell-ringers.

Preparations are making for lighting the town of Maidstone with gas.

The Rev. R. Stevens, M.A. late chaplain to the House of Commons, is instituted to the deanery

LEICESTERSHIRE. Mr. Isaac Lovell is chosen mayor of Leicester for the ensuing year.

Birth.) At the vicarage, Claybrook, the lady of Rev. Andrew Burn, of a daughter.

Married.) At Cold Overton, Mr. Meadows, jun. to Miss Bailey, of Oakham--Mr. Samuel Hunt, of Loughborough, to Miss Hyde, of Quorndon,

Died.) At Leicester, Mrs. Ann Chapman, 86, daughter of Mr. Newton, nephew of Sir Isaac Newton--Mr. Turner-Lieut. John Cooper, 75, of the Leicestershire militia,


row, 74.


Grange, and grandaughter to Dr. Kerr, to Rev. E.

White, of Epperstone, Notts. A quantity of silver coins, weighing 315. 5oz. and consisting of 125 pieces, in good preservation, were

Died.] At Daventry, Catherine, relict of H. B. lately discovered in the yard of Mr. Searson, farmer,

Harrison, esq. 88—Mary, relict of Charles Watat Ropsley, near Grantham. Many of them are of

kins, esq.–At Edmondscote House, Mrs. Willis,

81-At Cransley, John Robinson Rose, son of John the reign of Philip and Mary, and of James I. The Rev. Fred. D. Perkins, B.A. of Brazen-nose

Capel Rose, esq. 19—At Ecton, Mrs. Ruth Allen, college, Oxford, has been instituted to the rectory

84—27th Sept. Suffield Edward Burton, aged 16,

fourth son of Rev. Charles Burton, rector of of Swayfield, on the presentation of the Lord Chan

Blatherwick, in this county, and vicar of Lavencellor.

don, Bucks.

He lost his life in attempting to cross Married.] George Hay, esq. of Bradford, to Miss Amelia Caroline Whitlamb, of Curwold-Mr. S.

a pole on some part of the ship Albion, of which Ridge, of Grantham, bookseller, to Miss Deborah

he was midshipman-At Peterborough, Mrs. BarWyles, of Stretton, Died.] At Carlton, in Moorlands, the wife of

NORTHUMBERLAND, Rev. W. Brocklebank, 59—At Asgarby, Mr. John Married.) At Malvern, Edward Collingwood, German, 67—Mr. John Child, 87—At Tealby, Miss of Dissington Hall, in this county, esq. to AraGrantham, 17—Miss West, 20-Mr. Joseph Shaw, bella, only daughter of General Calcraft-At Eg. 45-At Louth, Miss Diana Eland.

lingham, Wm. Hay, esq. of Hopes, East Lothian, MONMOUTHSHIRE.

to Frances Anne, third daughter of the late RoMarried.] At Usk, John George, esq. to Miss

bert Ogle, esg. of the former place. Mason.

Diel.] At Alndike House, Jane, wife of Charles Died.) At Usk, S. B. Prothero, esq.

Forster Charleton, esq. 29 At Gateshead, Hon.

Mrs. Smith, ister to Earl of Donoughmore and NORFOLK.

Lord Hutchinson-At North Shields, Mrs. CatheOct. 12. This day the first stone of the Chapel of

rine Foster, 31-Mr. Jacob Bell-At Simonburn, the Holy Trinity, at Bordesley, was laid by the Mrs. Mary Kirsop, widow, 77, who, since the month Earl of Plymoutlı, in the presence of an immense of December 1812, had been dreadfully afflicted assemblage of people.

with dropsy-At Newton Hall, Robert Jobling, The Rev. Robert Ferrier Blake is instituted to esg. 69, one of his majesty's deputy lieutenants the rectory of Bradfield, on the presentation of

for this county. Lord Suffield.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE. John Goate Fisher, esq. is elected mayor of Yar Married.] At Nottingham, Charles Antill, inn. month, and Scarlett Everard, esq. mayor of Lynn,

esq. of Giltbrook, to Evelina, only daughter of the for the ensuing year.

late Matthew Stanfield Dalby, esq. of Biggin, DerBirths.) At Narford Hall, Mrs. Fountaine, of a

byshire-At Epperstone, Rev. E. White, to Miss 500—At Scole Lodge, the lady of Rev. R. Walpole,

Mary Anne Foster, of Leicester Grange-Rev. of a son-At Postwick parsonagc, the lady of Rev.

Henry Bolton, to Selina, youngest daughter of Robert Bathurst, of a son-At Yarmouth, the lady

late Mr. Jackson, of Eastland House, in this of Edmund Preston, esq. of a daughter.

county. Married.) At Norwich, Rev. R. W. Tunney,

Died.] At Newark, Mr. Wm. Sheppard, archichaplain to his majesty's forces, to Miss Spicer,

tect, 36-At Southwell, Mrs. Hibbert, 63-At daughter of Captain Benjamin Spicer, of South

Hobecks, Mrs. Bennett-At Nottingham, John wold-Mr. Robert Ledbrook, to Miss Symonds- Blatherwick, esq. At Thetford, D. B. Hickie, csq. late of Dublin, to Mrs. C. Chambers, of Euston-At Weasenham,

OXFORDSHIRE. Rev. Charles Campbell, to Sarah Jane, daughter of Herbert Parsons, esq. is elected mayor, and Mr. W. B. Thomas, esq. of Chesterfield, Derbyshire. R. Juggins and Mr. C. Foster are chosen bailiffs of

Died.) At St. Peter's, near Watlington, Henry this city for the year ensuing. Eell, esq. of Watlington Hall, senior alderman of Birth.) At North Aston, the lady of Charles Lynn. He was taking a morning ride, when his 0. Bowles, esq. of a daughter. horse fell, and he was killed on the spot-At Thet Married.) At Oxford, Mr. Joseph Nash, surford, Richard Fowell, esq. 59-At Yarmouth, Capt. geon, to Miss Jane Amelia Stephens, of EdmondSamuel Bly,91-Captain John Roberts—At Caistor, ton-At Bath, Rev. Dr. Routh, president of Magnear Yarmouth, Catherine, wife of J. R. Daniel, dalen college, to Eliza Agnes, third daughter of gent. 50_At Fakenham, Daniel Jones, esq. 75 J. Blagrave, esq. of Calcot Park--Mr. George At Aylsham, Mr. Saunders, surgeon, 58.

Davis, to Miss Elizabeth English-At Mexbury,

Mr. Thomas Rogers, to Miss Sarah Shrimpton, of NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.

Marlboro'-At Grimsbury, Mr. John Simpkins, to Mr. William Henfrey is chosen mayor of North

Miss Fanny Eliman--At the Friends Meetingampton for the year ensuing.

House, Wituey, Charles Gurney, of Bristol, to The Earl and Countess Spencer, on the receipt of Mary Hankins, of Witney. the joyous intelligence of their son, the Hon. Cap

Died.] At Oxford, Mrs. Anne Pantin, wife of tain Charles Spencer, being safe and well, (who was

T. P. Pantin, esq. of Queen's college--Mrs. Tid. reported to have been killed in a duel in South

deman, relict of Richard Tiddeman, esq. of IpsAmerica,) had four fine oxen slaughtered on the oc wich--Mrs. Mary Wyatt, 93—Mr. William Hamcasion, and distributed them, with a large quantity bridge, 30—At Coombe, Denis Vernon, esq. of his of bread, to the poor around their seat at Althorpe. majesty's customs, London. Married.] Mr. Richard Linnell, of Stow, to

RUTLANDSHIRE. Miss Sarah Manning, of Harpole Mr. Thomas Damnes, of Coaton, to Miss Jane Checkley, of Nor Married.) At Oakham, Mr. Pick, of Hallaton, thampton--Henry Clement, esq. to Sarah Caroline, Leicestershire, to Miss Tacey, of Oakham. only daughter of Captain Jones, late of the 3d king's Died.) At Liddington, Mr. Thomas Pretty.-own dragoons-At Northampton, Mary Anne, At Oakham, Mrs. Stanger, 68_At Knipton, Na-daughter of the late John Foster, esq. of Leicester thaniel Jones, gent, 63.


E. Dawson, esq. 75; proprietor of the cough tozes.

ges-In Pulteney-street, Thomas Greme, of old. Lately, one of the Holyhead coaches came safe

bury Court, in the parish of Stapleton, co. Glooc. to the inn, Oswestry, without either coachman or

esq.--At Ilchester, Edward Tuson, esq. solicitat guard, with three terrified insides.--The horses -At Bishop's Hwl, 'near Taunton, Major-general had been started about a mile from the town by Kersteman, royal engineers-At Yeovil, some asses, which occasioned the driver to be Gertrude Watts At Frome, Mr. James Cruckti, thrown, and the endeavour of the guard to stop bookseller, much esteemed and regretted by those the horses was ineffectual.

who consider integrity and benevolence as the Births.] At Porkington, the lady of W. Ormsby

sarest means of promoting the best interests of Gore, esq. of twins, a boy and girl-At Alming, man-At Taunton, Rev. Isaac Tozer, . 25 years ton Hall, the lady of John Ofiley Crewe, esq. of a pastor of the dissenting congregation theret son and heir,

Wellington, Rev. R. Browne, curate of Lambrook Married.) At Shrewsbury, Mr. Edw. Marshall, -At Westcombe, Mrs. George, 76 At Stoketo Miss Mary Davies~Mr. W. Hotchkiss, to Miss under-Hamdon, Rev. Christopher Tatchell, Jane Pugh-At Selattyn, near Oswestry, Mr. rector of Spaxton and Fiddington. Malpas, of Porkington, to Mrs. Spencer, of Belmont-At Norton, Mr. E. W. Oldaker, of Pershore,

STAFFORDSHIRE. Worcestershire, solicitor, to Miss Jane Backer, of The Rev. James Gisborne, is preferred to the Highfields, Cheshire-At Much Wenlock, Mr. B.

perpetual curacy of Barton-under-Needwood. H, Lee, of Shrewsbury, to Miss Mary Ann Lloyd Died.] At Stafford, John Collins, esq. 54t -At Bridgnorth, Mr. Jones, master of the old

Glaze, J. G. Hall, M.D. and F.R.S. 55, whose suCastle school, to Miss Aingeworth, of the Hay, periority of mind and universality of knowledge near Bridgnorth.

will make his loss long regretted by, the learned Died.) At Shrewsbury, Rev. Owen Williams, part of the community, while his amenity of 64At Wem, Miss Briscoe, 25—At Oswestry, manners, sociability of disposition, and benevoMrs. Jeffreys, relict of Rev. Mr. Jeffreys, 68—At lence of heart, will endear his memory to those Newport, Mr. George Collier, 24At Middle, who were gratified with his acquaintance, or served highly respected, Mrs. Turner.

by his philanthropy-At Wolverhampton, George

Molineux, esq. banker, 79—At Fulford, Thomas SOMERSETSHIRE.

Brookes, a woodınan, 105At Rock House, near A new Road is forming on the approach to Glas- Burton-upon-Trent, Mrs. Peel, 55, relict of Jolan tonbury, by which the series of hills on the western Peel, esq. of the Pastures House, Derbyshire-At side of the town will be avoided.

Lloyd House, near Wolverhampton, R. B. Marah, The endowed Grammar-school at Taunton, which esq. has been held as a sinecure for the last 25 years, is

SUFFOLK. about to be restored as an efficient seminary for the children of the townsmen, under the care and

The Rev. Henry Wilson is preferred to the vi management of the assistant preacher of the parish.

carage of Flixton St. Mary, on the presentation of A complete service of Sacramental Plate for the

Alexander Adair, esq. of Flixton Hall. use of the New Free Church in James's-street,

Births.] The lady of Col. Rushbrooke, of RushBath, has been presented by an unknown bene

brooke Park, of a daughter-At Sudbury, the lady factor ; it is truly beautiful, consisting of two

of Captain Sims, of a daughter. flagons of the ancient urn shape, two chalices,

Married.) At Huiver Hill, Rev. Charles Clarke, and two small and one large salver for the sacra

to Ann, daughter of late Alexander Bruwn, esq. mental bread; the whole is richly chased and

of Cringleford, near Norwich-Ac Orford, Mr. T. highly wrought; the flagons and chalices are gilt

Kersey, of Fakenham, to Miss Emma Wade, of inside. On the rim of each piece is engraved,

Gedgrave—At Dennington, Mr. N. J. Scott, of An offering of gratitude to Almighty God by a

Hetheringsett Lodge, to Miss Hannah Welham, of native of Bath.”The church is nearly finished;

Dennington Hall. little more remaining than to complete and deco

Died.) At Beccles, Miss Hannah Iverson Cat. rate the interior, which will in every respect cor

termole, 21-At Bungay, Miss Hester Redgrave, 18 respond with the beauty of the exterior.

-Mr, Isaac Barnes, 76_At Ipswich, Mrs. Orford Married.] At Ashwick, Philip George, jun. esq.

-Mr. George Pilkington, 36–At Copdock, Mrs. of Bath, to Caroline Seymour Bovet, youngest

Duell, 90. daughter of Rev. Dr. Bovet, of Henstriage, in this

SURREY. county, and grandaughter of Lord Francis Sey- Married.] At Chobham, Rev. Henry Hoare, to mour, late Dean of Wells-At Frome, William

Margaret, daughter of late John Bainbridge, esq. Stephenson, jun. csq. of Cobham, Kent, to Miss

of Crimple House, near Harrogate-Mr. William Mary Ann Bayly, of Frome--At Babcary, John

Baker, of Battersea Fields, to Sophia Georgiana, Cann, esq. of Fuidge House, Devon, to Bridget only daughter of Thomas Glover Holt, esq. of Bele : Sherston, eldest daughter of Rev. Dr. E. S. New.

mont Place, Vauxhall. man, rector of Sparkford--At Westbury, Mr.

Died.] At Godstone, Rev. Charles Edvard de John Wintle, to Miss Mary Anne Peacock, both of

Coetlogon, M.A. rector of Godstone, and a magis. Bristol-At Yeovil, Mr. W. Williams, of Bristol, trate for Surrey-At Petersham, Robert William to Miss L. Lyne, of Yeovil-At Taunton, Wm.

Brettingham, esq. 62, Methold, esq. to Elizabeth, daughter of Wm. Har. ton, esq. of Chidsell Park, Yorkshire.

SUSSEX. Died.] At Bristol, John Walter, late of Little Married.]: At Eastbournie, Mr. David Thomas, Sodbury, gent. -At Down House, near Bristol, late of the engineer department, to Mrs. Susan Maria, wife of Jeremiah Hill, esq.--At Bath, Mrs. Reid. Irwin, widow of James Irwin, esq. of Hazely Hall, Died.] Ar Bognor, Hartier, daughter of the Essex-Charlotte, second danghter of Mr. John late Lord Spencer Chichester, 14At the ParsonUpham, bookoeller in Bath On Waleot Parade, age, Bexhill, Mrs. Schaumann, relict of Captain

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'S Schaumann, of the King's German Legion, who A horse mail has been established between Leeds fell at Waterloo - At Chichester, Capt. Lorymer, and Wakefield. It starts from Leeds, fifteen mi. of the Moninouth and Brecon militia--At Twyford nutes after the arrival of the new Liverpool mail, Lodge, the widow of late șir Thomas Sewell, for- and returns at forty-five minutes past two o'clock inerly master of the rolls, 77--At Storringtun, in the afternoon, in time for letters to be forwarded Charlotte, wife of George Mant, esq. and third to the West by that conveyance. Letters for daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Mant, rector of All Wakefield, put into the post-office after eight Saints, Southampton-At Warburton, Mr. Benj. o'clock at night, will be forwarded by the horse Cole, 86.

mail. The new Liverpool mail will be extended to WARWICKSHIRE.

York, after the 25th instant, and all letters for The performances of the late Birmingham mu

Tadcaster and Yurk, put into the post-office after sical festival, went off with great eclat; the total

the departure of the old mail, will be sent by this

new conveyance. amount of the receipts was 90601. 58. 2d. * Birth.] At Spring Hill, near Birmingham, the

We have been favoured with the following ac. lady of J.H. Galtun, esq. of a son.

curate measurement of the spire of St. Mary's Married.) At Ashton, Mr. John Wood, of Bish.

Castlegate, York, by the ingenious stone-mason by

whom this beautiful spire has just been repaired, opsgate-street, London, to Miss Kenrick, of Maney House, Sutton Coldheld-At Lincoln, Mr. John J.

from the injury occasioned by the lightning on

the 6th ult. Waddington, of Birminghamı, to Miss Fanny Foster, of Northallerton-At Honingham, Lieut.

Entire height from the floor of the church it in, T. R. Snow, R. N. to Susannah, youngest daughter Spire to the top of the vane

to the vane

156 6,

90 6 of the late Col. Fitzherbert, 98th regt. Died.) At Coventry, suddenly, Thomas Butter

Body of the church and belfrey

55 0 Top stone in diameter

13 worth, gent. 60-At Warwick, Mr. Wm. Stiles, 43

Neck below ditto

07 At Weston-super-Mare, R. H. Mallory, esq. of

180. Woodcote, in this county.

Diameter of bottom of spire-outside

The spire is built of ashler stone, not more than WESTMORELAND.

6 inches in bed; and is hollow to within 7 feet 9 Dien.) At Ambleside, Mr. Scambler, surgeon,

inches of the top stone. There are but two aper39.At Kendal, Miss Dorothy Shaw, 48—Mrs.

tures in the lıeight of the spire, one of which is

Lieutenant-colonel Ann Gaskell, 86-At Burnside, near Kendal, Mr.

now glazed.—According to

Mudge's Trigonometrical Survey of Great Britain, John Laycock-At Crosthwaite, Sir Daniel de

the North latitude of the spire is 53d. 57m. 30s. Fleming, bart.

and west longitude, ld. 4m. 283. WILTSHIRE.

An immense augmentation has lately taken "Births.) At Au Cannings Rectory, the lady of place in the funds of St. Andrewgate York gram Rev. T. A. Methuen, of a son-At Ramsbury, the mar-school. A part of the tithes of Stillingileet lady of John Butler, esq. of a daughter-At Blax- belonging to the school, had been let on lease more worth House, the lady of Hon. Capt. Noel, R. N. than 50 years ago, at 301. per annum. The lease of a daughter.

expired in March last, and these tithes are now Married.] At Trowbridge, Mr. Wm. Nightin- let at 12001. per annum. gale, to Miss Ann Brookman-Mr. James Fleming, The Rev. John Baker, M. A. is presented to the of Heytesbury, to Miss Ann Smith, of Bishopstone vicarage of Thorpe Arch, in this county. -At Collingbourn Ducis, Mr. Levi Smith, to Miss Birth.) At Bedale, the lady of Rear-admiral Sir Bunning,

J. Beresford, bart. of a son. Died.) At Westcott, Mrs. Winifred Clark- Married.) At Ripon, Richard Nicholson, esq. In London, Mr. James Lawson, bookseller, Trow. solicitor, to Elizabeth, daughter of Alderman bridge, 2-At Trowbridge, Mrs. Heritage-At Brittain-At Kirby moorside, Mr. George Atkinson, Heytesbury, Catherine, wife of Rev. D. Williams to Ursula Phebe, daughter of Rev. Joseph Smyth, At Chelsea, Sarab, daughter of J. D. Astley, esq. vicar of that place-At Bolton Abbey, Mr. HerM. P. for this county, 15-At South Warnboro'

naman, bookseiler, Leeds, to Miss Ann Gill, late of Lodge, the wife of Richard Harrison, esq. remem- Notton-T. W. Stansfeld, esq. of Leeds, to Miss brancer of first fruits and tenths-At West Chol. Ann Briggs, of Halifax. derton, Wm. Blatch, esq.--At Studley Grange, Died.) At York, John Taylor, esq. 87--At Leeds, Johan Iles, esq. 81.

Rev. Joseph Bowden, 42 years minister of Call-lanc

chapel-At Darnal Hall, Samuel Staniforth, esq. WORCESTERSHIRE.

81, formerly of Sheffield_The Rev. Samuel SmalBirth.) At the Vicarage House, Dudley, the page, 60, vicar of Whitkirk, near Leeds-At Hull, lady of Rev. Dr. Booker, of a daughter.

Mr. J. S. Bowden, merchant, 50-Mr. Wm. Gib. Married.] At Pershore, Mr. E. W. Oldaker, son, shipbuilder, 67–At Bradford, Mr. Richard solicitor, to Miss Jane Baker, of Highfields, Sedgwick, 59, printer and bookseller--At AlverCheshire --At Dudley, Tho. Penn, esq. of Brierly thorpe Hall, Benjamin Clarkson, esq.At Halifax, Hill, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Tho. Bannis- Mrs. Hannah Broome, relict of Richard Broome, ter, of Reddall Hill-George Bloomer, esq. of Crad- esq-At Sedbergh, Mr. John Dawson, 86, teacher ley, to Miss Mary Haden, of Upper End.

of mathematics, Died.] At Worcester, Mr. Thomas Gardner, 38 At Levant Lodge, near Worcester, J. W. Dor.

WALES. ville, esq-At Grove House, near Malvern, Mr. At the recent meeting of the Anglesey Agricul.' Bullock, 80—At Gloucester, Mr. George Yates, of tural Society, prizes were offered to the overseers Broadway Wood House, in this county, 47. of the high roads in the county, who shall have re

paired the road within their parish in the most filmesine 156 as 'YORKSHIRE.

judicious manner. And with a view to an imThe building of the new barracks on the Harro- proved system of road-making, it was ordered that gate road, is at length, commenced with great i extracts from Mr. M'Adam's pamphlet be translatearnestness: Diel poslat we us'.

ed into Welsh, and printed at the expense of the

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