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At Edinburgh, in his 32d year, Mr. and punctuality, he was surpassed by none, George Wardlaw, surgeon R. N. by whose and will be seriously lamented by his last death the service has lost one of its best worthy employer and benefactor. How medical officers, and society one of its often have the surrounding gentry, with best friends.
many of the priesthood, particularly those March 27. At Guildford, co. Surrey, of the hierarchy, partook of the fruit of his T. Philpot, esq. Tale of the East India com- laborious hands? To many of them he pany's civil service in Bengal.
was personally known, and who will long At Sunbury, Mrs. Dowdeswell, relict of bear ample testimony to his deserts. His the Rt. Hon. William Dowdeswell, of Pull- humility and venerable appearance encourt, co. Worcester, chancellor of his Ma- deared to him their anxious and friendly jesty's Exchequer in the Rockingham Ad- enquiries after his welfare with that degree ministration, and sister of the late Sir Wil- of respect rarely to be met with amongst. liam Codrington, bart, Mrs. Dowdeswell
almost strangers. has left three sons, the eldest of whom was At Chester-le-street, Durham, at a very late Governor of the Babamas, and the advanced age, Mrs. Catherine Oswald, youngest is now Member of Parliament sister of the late Mr. James Oswald, the for Tewkesbury.
celebrated composer of Scotch musick. March 28. At Hollydale, near Brom- April 2. Near Warwick, aged 85, Wil. ley, Kent, aged 88, Col. James Kirkpa- liam Hawkes, esq. brother to Thomas trick, forinerly in the East India Com. Hawkes, esq. Whitefriars New Wharf. pany's service.
At Brickhill Mapor, Lady Alicia Paunce. At Edmburgh, Euphemia, wife of J. fort Duncombe, wife of P. Pauncefort Young, jun. esq. of Bellwood, and daugh- Duncombe, esq. and youngest daughter ter of the late Neil Macvicar, esq.
of the Earl of Caval). March 29. Io Upper Baker-street, in April 3. In Charterhouse-square, Jane, his 730 year, Thomas Kentish, esq. many
wife of Mr. William Tait, of St. Paul's years resident in Antigua.
Church-yard, and daughter of Dr. John Aged 80, John Sowerby, esq. of Nor- Hunter, Professor of Humanity in St. Anthampton square.
drew's University. At Stockwell Common, in his 31st year, At Paddington, aged 67, Jas. Fryer, esq: John Toms, esq. of the Borough.
At Bath, aged 92, Mrs. Lucy Rice. She After a protracted illness, in the prime was sister to the late Right Hon. George oê life, Mr. John Binns, a most respectable Rice, and auntto the present Lord Dynevor. bookseller of Bath. He has left a widow April 4. In Audley-square, aged 80, and four children, to whom his loss is irre. Hou. Gen. Henry St. John, brother to the parable. The numerous charities of Bath, late Visc. Bolingbroke, and Colonel of the to several of which he was the faithful 36th regt. The General had been sixtysteward, will record the benignity of his three years in his Majesty's service. heart, and his unwearied service in the great At Camberwell, from apoplexy, in his cause of Christian benevolence.
69th year, 'Thomas Plummer, esq. March 30. In her 40th year, Mitchell, At Holloway, aged 72, Mrs. Catherine wife of H. H, Holtzmeyer, esq. of Mile Dennison, sister of the late Robert DenniEnd Road.
son, esq. of Madras, At Medbourn, co. Leicester, Amelia, In her 15th year, Jane Higham, eldest youngest daughter of Robt. Stanley, esq. daughter of R. Young, esq. of Stratford,
At Horncastle, co. Lincoln, aged 63, Essex, and grand-daughter of the late the Rev. Charles L'Oste, rector of Greet. Capt. John Young, R. N. ham, and for nearly 40 years head-mas- At Worcester, in his 77th year, Wilter of the Free Graminar school in the
liam Adams, esq. former place.
At Wrottesley, Staffordshire, George, March 31. At Spalding, suddenly, whilst fourth son of Sir John Wrottesley, bart, engaged in prayer with the family with April 5. The wife of William Summers, whom he had lived for several years, Mr. esq. of West-End House, Wickwar, co. Hezekiah Barrett, a dissenting minister. Gloucester.
Aprili. In Wimpole-street, Lady Anne, At Clifton, Elizabeth Magdalene, wife wife of 11. Hudson, esq. and daughter of of J. Gerrard, esq. and only sister of the Marquis of Townshend.
Lieut..gen. Sir Hilgrove Turner. At Exmoulb, aged 65, Rev. R. Winton, At Carrhead, co. York, in his 78th year, sen. dissenting minister there.
William Wainman, esq. At the seat of Isaac Hawkins Browne, At Paris, in her 15th year, Louisa esq. of Badger, co. Salop, in his 85th year, Maria, second daughter of Joseph Bullock, Thomas Booth, gardener to that.gentle- esq. Iate Commissary-general in the West man 38 years, and formerly in that capa. Tudies. city to the late Right Hon. George Lord April 6. At Melbourne-house, aged 66, Pigot of Patshull: the sudden death of Viscountess Melbourne. Her Ladyship, that illustrious nobleman he most ardently who was the daughter of Sir Ralph Mildeplored. For fidelity, honesty, sobriety, banke, was married to Viscount Melbourne
in 1769. By the marriages of her children Poor, by the Prevention of Epidemic
At Newport, Isle of Wight, Cowper. The remains of Viscountess Mel. suddenly, aged 67, John Delgarno, esq. bourne were interred in the family vault Mayor of Newport, magistrate for the in Hatfield Church, Herts.
county of Hants, Captain of Yarmouth The wife of John Augustus Tulk, esq. castle, Captain of the Isle of Wight militia, of Ham Common.
and father of the lady of Sir T. W. Holmes,
April 20. At Oxford, aged 33, Mr.
In his 820 year, Thomas April 22. At Lympston, near Exeter,
after a short illness, aged nearly 72, Mrs. In his 79th year, Henry Bengough, esq. Hannah Lee, relict of Matthew Lee, esq. one of the Aldermen of Bristol, in whose late of Elsord, whom she survived almost death the magistracy of Bristol, as well as twenty-nine years. society at large, must sustain a loss April 25. At Drayton, near Shifnall, co. which nothing less than extraordinary Salop, Richard Phillips, of Astley Abbotts, talents, combined with the strictest inte- in the same county, gent, after a severe grity, can fully compensate. - -" He has and protracted illness of upwards of 12 long been honoured as a bright orna- months, leaving three orphan children to ment of our corporation and city, and lament the loss of an affectionate parent. most highly respected for bis usefulness, April 30.
In Charles-street, Berkeleyboth public and private. He was of the square, S. R. Gaussen, esq. of Brookman's professiou of the law, and practised for a Park, Hatfield. long series of years in this city with un- In her 13th year, of a typhus fever, after rivalled talents and worth of character; an indisposition of about six weeks, Eleawas a profound and discriminating lawyer, nor Anne, eldest daughter of William of sound judgment, and the most inflexible Hardwick, of Bridgnorth, co. Salop, Attorand unsullied integrity; and many have ney-at-law. She possessed a happy evenreason to be grateful for his advice on ness of temper, most aimable disposition, professional business. Several years ago and an incessantassiduity in her mental ache retired from the active duties of the quirements rarely to be met with; to which profession, and was invested with the office she added the most exemplary acquiesof Magistracy, and thus continued his cence and attention to the will of her usefulness; and his brother Aldermen parents, whose grief is appeased by a were happy to resort to bim upon all oc- happy consolation. casions of doubt or difficulty. Mr. Ben. At Lariggan, near Penzance, in his gough was a judicial steward (with others) 74th year, Thomas Pascoe, esq. a Deputy of the corporate purse, and paid anwearied Lieutenant, and one of his Majesty's Jusattention to the care of such of the public tices of the Peace for the county of Corncharities of this city as are under the ma. wall; for several years a very active and nagement or direction of the body corpo- useful magistrate in the West Division of rate, and he liberally provided an asylum for the Hundred of Penwith, of highly ho. the relief of the aged and destitute, which nourable character, and of most independwill long testify his zeal and regard for ent principles and spirit. In private life, charitable institutions. In a word, he was he was an affectionate husband, an indul. one of the best order of men amongst us; gent master, a warm and zealous friend, and having died truly lamented, his me- kind and courteous to his inferiors, chamory will very long continue to be respected ritable to the poor, and benevolent to all, and cherished by every friend of honour, and by all he died sincerely regretted integrity, and virtue.--Pellow citizens, let and lamented.-J. P. all of us, in our several stations, imitate Lately. - Aged 74, Mr. Thomas Cook, his example.”-Farley's Bristol Journal.
an engraver of considerable merit in the Aged 66, Rev. Sir William Henry Clerke, Line manner. He spent many years of bart, rector of Bury, co. Lancaster. He his life in copying the Works of the inimi. succeeded to the title on the death of his table Hogarth ; first, on the same size as brother, Sir Francis, who was killed at the originals, forming a large folio, under Saratoga ju 1777, and married in 1792, the title of “ Hogarth Restored;" and Byzantia, the eldest daughter of Thomas afterwards in a uniform reduced manner, Cartwright, esq. of Ayoho, Northampton- on 160 plates, to accompany Messrs. shire, by whom he had several children. Nichols and Steevens's edition of Hogarth's He published in 1790, “ Thoughts on the Works, in 2 vols. 4to. Means of preserving the Health of the Of the typhus-fever, aged 20, C. Kirke
patrick, esg. of Mount Pleasant, Isle of At Linley-hall, in consequence of an Wight.
apoplectic stroke, Robert More, esq. In Southampton-row, Bloomsbury- Somerset- At Bristol, aged 84, John square, aged 85, Catherine, widow of Cockburn, esq. formeily governor of Tan. Stevens Totton, esq.
tumquary, on the coast of Africa. Berks-At Binfield-house, the daughter In his 80th year, Mr. John Grant, forof G. H. Glasse, esq.
merly a musician in Bath. Cambridgeshire-At Triplow, Charlotte, Suffolk - At Bury, the wife of Rev. Ed. daughter of the Rev. B. Berry.
ward Mills. At the Vicarage-house, Chatteris, of the Surrey — At Kennington, in his 64th croup, Felicia and Caroline Elizabeth, year, Rev. George Carter. daughters of Rev. Dr. Chatfield.
At Croydon, aged 23, Mr. W. Turner, Cheshire At Chester, aged 85, John veterinary student: his death was occaDyson, esq. senior alderman.
sioned by dissecting a diseased animal at Cornwall-At Truro, aged 69, Thomas the Veterinary College. Naukivell, esq. one of the oldest burgesses, Warwickshire-At Oxhill, vear Birmingand a partner in the Cornwall Bank. ham, Mary Anne, wife of Wm. Betts, esq. Cumberland - At Douglas, Isle of Man,
Westmoreland - At Kendal, aged 87, Miss Allen, daughter of the late Richard Mrs. Mary Brathwaite, a descendant of the Allen, esq. of Lezayre. She bas bequeath- celebrated botanist Dr. Lawson, ed 1001. to the poor, and the like sum to Worcestershire At Britannia-house, the Daily and Sunday-school at Douglas. Worcester, aged 77, Mrs. Bowyer.
Devonshire-At Exeter, Arthur Tuckey, At the Hyde, near, Upton, aged 78, Wilesq. a magistrate for Coruwall, and alder- liam Russell, esq. of Hanley-castle, and man of Liskeard.
formerly of Worcester. At 'Teignmouth, George Smyth, esq. late Yorkshire of the cramp in his stomach, Recorder of Limerick city, and youngest aged 41, Rev. Thomas Pickersgill, of son of the late Baron Smyth, of the Exche. Bishopton-grove, near Ripon. Having, as quer, Ireland.
was his invariable practice, performed worDorset — At Charmouth, Dorset, Rev. ship in his family, he retired to rest, and Brian Combe.
in less than two hours afterwards he was Gloucestershire-At Cirencester, aged a corpse. 70, Robert Croome, esq.
At Colne, aged 66, Mr. John Buck, sen. At Cheltenham, aged 62, Rev. Mr. surgeon, whose life was an ornament to Elliot.
his profession, and to religious and civil Hunts -- At Winchester, Rev. William society. Evans, rector of Ropley, near Alresford. May 1. In Cumberland-place, Hon. John Heris
At Hitchin, Rev. J. Bailey, Douglas. The deceased was grandfather classical tutor at Wymondley academy. to the present Marquis of Abercorn, he was
Kent--- At East Langdon, aged 22, Mary father to the Countess of Aberdeen, and Anne, fifth daughter of Rev. Thomas De son-in-law to the Earl of Harewood, having Lannoy, minister of that parisb.
married the noble Earl's daughter, Lady Lancashire At Liverpool, aged 103, Frances Lascelles, who died last year. Mrs, Parr. She was a widow 55 years, In Montagu street, Russell square, in and retained her faculties to the last. his 71st year, John Crawford, esq.
At Legh, Miss Countess, sister to the In Beaumont-street, Anne, wite of Rey. late Admiral Countess.
R. H. Chapman, rector of Cuxton, Kent, At Manchester, aged 105, Mr. John and curate of Si, Mary-le-bone, Mair. His mental energies and bodily In Tenterden - street, Hanover-square, strength continued unimpaired till shortly suddeoly, Mr. Bullock, proprietor of the before his death.
Mona Marble works. Leicestershire - Sarah, eldest daughter Henry-Alloutt, fourth son of John Wilof Rev. Paul Belcher, rector of Heather. son, esq. of Tyndale-place, Islington. Norfolk At Moulton-hall, Mary, wife
In South Audley.street, John of William Hall, esq.
Conyers, esq. of Cope-hall, Essex. Northamptonshire - At Welton, in con- At the Admiralty, in bis 5ed year, Sir sequence of her clothes taking fire, aged 7, George Hope, K.C. B. Rear'Adm. of the Catherine Jane, only daughter of Rev. Red, Maj. gen. of the Marines, and M.P. John Wilson, curate of that parish. for East Grinstead. Sir George's health
Notts --- At Kneesal, Rev. R. Cox, curate had long been in a declining state, and he of ihat place.
was lately supersederi as one of the junior Oxon. At Oxford, aged 90, Mary, re- Lords by Adm. Cockburn.' Just before ļict of Dr. Daniel Slater, late Fellow of Alla he relinquished his seat at the Board of Souls' College.
Admiralty, he was made Maj. general of Salop At Shrewsbury, aged 81, Eliza- Marines. His remaius were deposited in beth, last surviving sister of Rev. James Westminster abbey on the 9th instant. Atcherley, late head-master of the free Rev. Charles-Edward Finch, B.D. felgrammar school in that town.
low of Bene't-college, Cambridge.
At Beccles, Mrs. Keddington, daughter soled them, to share the enjoyment, it is of the late Col. Wilson, of Deddington, humbly trusted, of endless and insepara. Norfolk.
ble happiness. May 3. In his 720 year, Jacob Hagen, In his 64th year, John Macpamara, of Myrtle-house, Peckham, one of the So. esq. of Langoed-castle, co. Brecon. He ciety of Friends.
was in the Commission of the Peace for Aged 46. Sarah, eldest daughter of the Middlesex, Breconshire, and Radnorshire, late Rev. Dr. Jackson, Canon Residentiary and formerly Colonel of the Middlesex of St. Paul's.
Militia. At Bath, Alexander D'Arblay, esq. a May 4. At Mr. B. Lawley's, Berkeleygeneral in the French service, one of the square, Rev. William Corne, senior cep. Legion of Honour to Louis XVIII. &c. He sor of Christ Church, Oxford. came to this country in the early part of In Southampton - row, Edgeware-road, the French revolution, in company with in bis 74th year, John Cox, esq. late of Talleyrand, Narbonne, Lally Tolendahl, Oxford, and for more than 30 years a and other distinguished emigrants, who, it member of that corporation. may be remembered, made Juniper-hall, At Peckham Rye, aged 53, John Maud near Leatherhead, their residence.
He Wright, esq. afterwards married the authoress of those At Strand on the Green, near Kew, in well-known novels, Evelina, Cecilia, Ca- his 22d year, William M‘Tavish, esq. of milla, and the Wanderer. He has left Dunardry, North Britain, eldest son of the one son, Alexander D'Arblay, esq. lately late Simon M‘Tavish, esq. of Montreal, elected a fellow of Caius-college, Cam- Canada. bridge.
At Bristol, Mrs. Brown, relict of the At Lugwardine, near Hereford, Juliana, late Rev. Mr. Brown. relict of the late Rev. Jelinger Symons, May 5. At Brompton, aged 24, Francis of Hackney, rector of Whitburn, Dur- Page Turner, esq. youngest brother of Sir ham *, and daughter of Theophilus Lane, Gregory Osborn Page Turner, bart. esq. formerly of Poston Court, Hereford- Al Mangham's Hill, Essex, aged 13, shire._Upon a more liberal, benevolent, Philip Booth, esq. late of Russell-square. and kind-hearted human-being, or one At Stower Provost, co. Dorset, aged 82, more devoid of all selfish and unchristian
Rev. Edward Oliver, D.D. rector of Swansfeeling, the grave perhaps never closed. comb, Kent, and formerly fellow of Sidney To this simple, but amply descriptive tri- College, Cambridge. bute to the character of a friend and rela- In her 65th year, Mrs. Gauntlett, wife tive, endeared to the writer by remem. of Rev. Dr. Gauntlett, warden of New brances of affection and love-as far as College, Oxford. She was the widow of memory itself can retrace them, he feels the Rev. Edward Cranmer, rector of Quenassured that there is not the individual don, Essex, and vicar of St. Bride's, who ever knew her, that will not bear the London. sincerest testimony. To the recollection At Hull, aged 82, Mr. Arthur Mitchell, of many by whom this obituary will be a veteran soldier in his Majesty's 39th, or read, it will doubtless recur that a popu- East Middlesex regiment of foot, then lar little production of her late revered' commanded by Gen. Boyd ; who was at and excellent husband's, under the title of the siege of Gibraltar during the whole “ Letters of Consolation and Advice" + was time its blockade, viz. from June 21, written some years ago with the especial 1779, to Feb. 2, 1783, and for upwards of view of consoling the bitter and almost 14 years church clerk at that impregnable overwhelming anguish this invaluable and fortress. Being sent to England some fellow-mourning parent had sustained in time after the siege with his regiment, he the loss of an amiable and beloved daugh has been for many years upon the outter, cut off in the early bloom of more pension list of Chelsea hospital. Mr. than ordinary promise. To those realms Mitchell was a native of Scotland: he surof peaceful repose where “ the weary are vived his wife, who was with him at Gibral. at rest, and the wicked shall cease from tar, about two years. troubling,” so impressively delineated in May 5. of a rapid pulmonary cou. these Letters as an anchor of the mourn. sumption, at St. John's, in Bridgnorth, ing Christian's hope, this surviving parent aged 25, Bertha, wife of Mr. James Millhas now been called, together with the man Coley, surgeon of the same place, child whose loss excited her sorrows, and and daughter of the late Rev. Edward with the husband, whose affection con- Davenport, of Glazeley, in the county of
Salop, whose death is recorded in our * Of whom see Gent. Mag. for Feb. 1810. Magazine, vol. LXXXIII. p. 88. Three
+ See Preface to the last edition, expla- infant children, who yet know not their natory of the object of these interesting melancholy loss, and an inconsolable Letters now publishing, and which, for the husband, whose only happiness was conconvenience of the purchasers of the for- centrated in her's, are thus untimely demer editions, may shortly behad separatelyprived of their best and dearest friend.
She possessed an, uniform sweetness of on the contrary, as far as her disordered temper, that continued to the last, and a respiration would permit, it was her contruly Christian piety and benevolence; stant s udy to appear happy and comwhich qualities, originating in the heart, posed, for the purpose of dispelling the were conspicuous as well in the most tri. grief which nature would sometimes force fling as in the most serious affairs; and her husband, mother, and sister, (who were being united with a very superior under. her constant attendants) unwillingly to exstanding and refined taste, produced in press. In the very pangs of death, after her mind the noblest sentiments that could her speech had left her, and she observed adorn the human frame. It would be su. that those around her could no longer conperfluous, if it were possible, to detail the ceal their sorrow and distress, she, happy particular results of this happy combina- and contented, endeavoured to mitigate tion of talent and virtue ; but justice to their troubles by smiling on them alterher memory, and the expectations both of nately, wbich she continued to do as long the rich and poor who enjoyed her society as sensation and life remained ; and, and kindness, and who will long and sin- while her eyes were thus fixed on her huscerely bewail her premature decease, bid band, she expired without a struggle. her sorrowful survivor to record, that she The wife of Thomas Le Mercier, esg, of was an affectionate and dutiful wife, a Vauxhall tender and anxious mother, an innocent May 7. In Crutched Friars, in his 60th and delightful companion, and a sincere year, George Eade, esq. friend. Her manners were elegant, en
In Dover-street, Piccadilly, gaging, and unaffected, and during the Hon. Mrs. Walpole, widow of the late extraordinary trials to which she was ex- Hon. Richard Walpole, and sister of the posed, both mental and physical, she Játe Lord Huntingfield. manifested a degree of fortitude that ex- May 13. At Koutsford, co. Chester, cited universal admiration. Through the Kev. G. White, late of St. Joho's College, whole of her illness, which was very severe, Oxford. and to her husband and friends most dis
At Bridgnorth, advanced in tressing, she displayed unremitting pa- life, Mrs. Bangham, widow of the late Mr. tience and resignation ; and instead of Francis Bangham, of that place, -hopcomplaining was thankful that Providence mercbant, after many years affiction and had not visited her with a more painful dis- confinement to her house, in consequence ease. In the delirium that prevailed at an of her incapacity to move without assist. early part of the complaint, and in the
Her loss is regretted by her affecdreams which supervened as her sufferings tionate sons. increased, it was gratifying to all those, who May 16. In Lower Grosvenor-street, were near her, to observe the purity of her in his 81st year, John Baker, esq. mind and the innocence of her ideas : no Aged 54, Mr. Benjamin King, of Long horrors or agitations were discovered ; but Melford, Suffolk.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for May, 1818. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
Apr. 27 56 28 52 29 50 30 50 M. 1 53
2 55 3 54 4 56 5 55 6 52 1 53
55 29,52 fair
82 fair 54
56 rain 55
75 fair 55
72 fair 57
42 showery 55
50 fair 52
38 fair 53
26 showery 52
32 showery 50
,50 heavy rain 49
,62 showery 54
55 54 50 55 55 55 56 50 48 47 48 46 50 50 55
54 29,58 fair,
, 16 fair
64 63 62 64
56 64 56 58 58 63 65 67
54 10 53 11 54
72 fair 55
, 22 fair ,23 fair