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At Penrith, George, only son of Mr. J. rity, from which excellent institution great Kirkbride, and a draughtsman of oncom- numbers have derived material comfort mon abilities.
and support. At Brougham vicarage, Rev. R. Frank- Gloucestershire. --At Gloucester, in his land, late curate of that parish.
85th year, Thos. Apperley, esq. Near Dalston, by a fall from his horse, At Gloucester, Mr. Jos. Mill, apothecary, Dr. Watson.
a man of superior abilities and worth. At Beckside, Wicham, aged 22,
the At Cheltenham, aged 59, Anne, wife of Becond son of W. Kirkbank, esq.
Admiral Douglas. At Frankland How, near Keswick, the At Cirencester, aged 41, Mr. Thomas wife of Ambrose Turner, esq.
Masters, coach proprietor and brewer. Derbyshire. —At Derby, Mrs. Frances At Painswick, aged 70, Thomas Trye, Taylor, daughter of the late Rev. Mr. T. of gent: St. Oswald's Chapel, near Worcester. At Painswick, Mr. Chappel Davis, who
At Cliff-house, Matlock, aged 72, Thos. has left 501. to the Gloucester Infirmary. Learcott, esq.
At Frenchay, Mr. E..C. They, who At Chesterfield, aged 68, Mr. Daniel was engaged in the study of medicine, and Hill, senior member of that corporation. combined distinguished talent with the
Devon.At Exeter, on his way from greatest humility, genuine piety, and an Woolwich to the Continent, Jas. Davis, ardent benevolence. esq. surgeon of Artillery, many years in At Randwick, Miles Mitchell, esq. charge of the General Hospital of the Ord- The wife of T. Sandilands, esq. of nance, at Island Bridge, Dublin, and Tewksbury. Jately at the head of the Ordnance Medi- Hants.-At Winchester, Capt. T. Moyle; cal Department in Portugal.
Dr. Prynn, an eminent physician, of Mrs. Parry, of Fareham, widow of VicePlymouth-dock.
adm. P. of Hythe, Hants. At Sandwell, near Totness, aged 60, At Broughton, John Foote, esq. Thos. Lear, esq.
At Newport, Capt. E. Northmore, forAged 84, Wm. Harris, esq. of Park, merly of the 16th. Creditou.
At Canal-place, near Southampton, C. Mrs. Pidsley, widow of John P. esq. Longcroft, esq. of Rydon-house, Kingsteinton.
At Portsmouth, aged 85, Rich.. White, At Stonehouse, John, only son of Nich. esq. chamberlain and father of that corMillett, esq. R. M.
poration. At Moor-town, near Tavistock, John Herefordshire.--At Hereford, aged 17, 1 Ridout, esq.
Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. Parker, Dorset. --At Weymouth, Mary, wife of bookseller. Rich. Ring, esq. of Wincanton.
Nearly so, Mr. Rock, of the Hay, who The wife of Rev. Thos. Fox, rector of dropped down dead on the turnpike road South Maperton.
whilst following the remains-of a friend to Durham.--At Darlington, aged 62, the whom he was much attached. wife of Mr. Bristowe Pease, aunt to Geo. At Ross, Mr. John Rudge, who to a Allan,
strong mechanical genius, united the At Easington, aged 71, Jonathan Smith, purest and most dignified sentiments of esq. who had devoted a long and very liberality. active life to agricultural pursuits, bý Herts. ---At Shenley, a sacrifice to the which he had acquired a large property. fatal progress of a carbuncle in his neck,
At Monkwearmonth, Nir. Jas. Myers, which appeared only a month previous, an eminent merchant.
aged 68, Thos. Bartlett, esq. a man of At Ryhope, Thos. Head, esq. formerly a the most amiable character, and beloved ruff-merchant of Newcastle, universally re- for his benignant manuers, liberal spirit, spected for his upright and liberal conduct. and rigid integrity for some years past,
At Willington, aged 69, J.Greenwell,esq. he had expended large sums in giving
At Falstone, aged 68, Rev. John Stubbs, employment to the industrious artizans eminent for his attainments in literature, and labourers in his neighbourhood; and and particularly distinguished for the fa- had just completed an elegant mansion on cility with which he communicated his the brow of Shenley-hill, one of the love. knowledge to young men entrusted to his liest localities in England. He married a Care; of a cheerful disposition, social few years since the youngest daughter of manners, and a charitable beart.
John Almon), esq. of Boxmoor. Essex. At Malden, aged 64, Vero At Royston, aged 67, the wife of Mr. Kemball, esq. formerly in extensive prac- H. Andrews, an eminent mathematician tice as a surgeon and apothecary at Bils- and auctioneer. den, Suffolk,
At Stevenage, Rev. Jas. Allott, younge At Colchester, aged 75, Mrs. Susanna est son of the late Rev, John A, vicar of Pilleau, the founder of the Lying-in Cha- South Kirkby, co. York, GENT. MAG, November, 1814.
Kent.At Bromley, aged 42, Mr. John At Hinckley, Rev. A. Underhill, priesto Noouan, an eminent change-ringer, and the Cacholic Chapel there. well versed in the science of change com- Lincolnshire.-Aged 90, Rer. Mr. Shaw, position, upwards of 20 years member of curate of Boal and West Burton, and the society of London Cumberland youths rector of Saundby, near Gainsborough. junior, who, io remembrance of his worth, Aged 77, Rev. J. H. Brown, of Bracea performed nine muffled mourning peals, borough, near Gretford. at various churches.
Monmouthshire.--At Drybridge, at an At Boughton, Lieut. Bruce, E.K.L.M. advanced age, Rev. Wm. Roberts, fora
At Dover, aged 94, Mr. Adams, one of merly president of Magdalen colleges the oldest inhabitants, and the oldest out- Cambridge. pensioner of Greenwich Hospital.
Norfolk. -At Yarmouth, whilst on a At Beckenham, Mrs. Horsfall, relict of visit to his brother, Daniel Shea, esq. of the late Lieut. col. Horsfall.
Loudon, At Deal, in his 83d year, Rev. Philip At Norwich, aged 54, James Poole, esq, Brandon, M. A. 28 years perpetual curate son of the late Alderman P.; a gentleof Deal chapel.
man of superior accomplishments and inAt Gillingham, Gen. Burn, R. M. formation.
Lancashire. ---- At Liverpool, aged 67, At Catton, Frances, wife of Walter Van Mrs. Anne Moulton, spinster, upwards vasour, esq. of 38 years forewoman to Mr. M. Gregson, Aged 75, Rev. Geo. Wright, of Brandon. and remarkable for integrity, industry, Aged 74, Mr. Benj. Culley, surgeon and a punctual attendance to business. at Blofield for nearly half a century. She saved a decent income, and retired The wife of Maurice Suckling, esq. of about two years ago to enjoy it. She has Woodton-hall. left the Blue-coat Hospital 19 guineas, At Ayisham, Mr. Atkyns, master of the the same to the Infirmary, and the Grammar school there, formerly master Asylum for the Blind; to several of her of the Free school at Holt. shópmates a house each, and legacies to At Hoveton-house, in his 85th year, her tenants.
Anthony Aufrère, esq. upwards of 50 years At Liverpool, aged 63, Mr. S. Whiteley, an acting magistrate for this county. solicitor.
Mr. Wm. Curtis, brewer, of Lynn; a At Liverpool, aged 42, Elizabeth, wife gentleman of considerable literary attainof J. Oates, esq. of Heckmondwike, co. ments. York.
At Thorpe, drowned while fishing, John At Liverpool, Thomas Charles, son of Morphew, esq. Rich, Golightly, esq.
Northamptonshire. At Northampton, At Liverpool, the wife of Wm. Marsden, Chas. Pinks, esq. formerly of the Innisesq. late of Manchester.
killen dragoons. Aged 25, Francis B. Atkinson, esq. el- At her brother-in-law's, Rev. R. Jan dest son of Rich. A. esq. of Castle-park, comb, Wellingborough, the second daugha Lancaster.
ter of Mrs. Hilhouse, lately deceased. At Liverpool, Jos. Harris, Bac. Mus. Northumberland. -- At Newcastle, aged many years organist of St. Martin's church, 46, Rev. W. M'Connell, 20 years pastor Birmingham, whose abilities as a com. of the Presbyterian congregation, Gatesposer were well known; the works of head, whose esteem and respect he gained Handel were his model, and it may be by the amiableness of his character, and truly said, that the compositions he has the excellence of his public instructions.. left behind him, would not be unworthy of He was an erudite and experienced Chris, the great original,
tian, possessing in an eminent degree At Ashton, near Wigan, Eliza, second those qualifications which give dignity and daughter of Wm. Talbot, esq. of Preston. influence to the ministerial character. His
At Bolton, Rev. Wm. Hampson, clerk, judgment was solid and clear, and his minister of Street-gate chapel, and in the sermons were delivered in a strain of fer, commission of the peace in the populous vent and truly Christian piety. division of Great Bolton, where his exer- At Newcastle, aged 16, W. A. son of tions were well known as a zealous inde. Dr. Wood. pendent magistrate.
Whilst walking from Penkhull to his Leicestershire. At Ashby de la.Zouch, house, Hari's-hill Cot, near Newcastle, the wife of Mr. Pidcocke, solicitor.
supposed in a fit, and no help at hand, At Market Harborough, Penford Good. at an advanced age, Rev. Wm. Pernyhall, gent, formerly of Ingersby.
hough, B. A. vicar of Aspatria, CumberAt his sister's, Broughton Sulney, aged land. 76, Mr. T. Bonsar, of Barwell, late of Notts.--At Kirkby, Thos. Hodgkinson, Coates, breeder, whose integrity and prix gent. Vale judgment had made him greatly At Southwell, Mrs. Edwards, relict of kespected
Rev, John E. of Rolleston.
Oxfordshire. At Headington, near Ox- At Lichfield, Mrs. Barlow, relict of the ford, Mrs. H. White, sister of the late late Abraham B.gent. of Gratewood Lodge, Rev. Dr. W. the learned Arabic professor. near Eccleshall.
At Woodstock, aged 82, Mr. Coles, sura In bis 18th year, Robert, third son of geon and apothecary, and an alderman of T. L. Fowler, esq. of Pendiford-ball, near that borough, highly respected for his Wolverhampton. professional abilities, and for his general Suffolk. ---At Ipswich, John Vernon, esq. deportment through life.
third son of Rev. Henry V. of Great Brom. Suddenly, Mr. Rich. Kench, a respect- ley, Essex. able farmer of Charlbury: his brother Mr. At Woodhall, Sutton, the wife of John Wm. Kench attended his funeral in good Kingsbury, esq. of Wormingford, Essex. health, and on the following day was At Hotton, aged 74, Avne Chandler,-a seized with an apopletic fit, and expired. Suffolk cottager. She wrote a small pa.
Rutland. At Oakham, aged 71, John raphrase on the 5th chapter of the 2d book Gibson, gent. who had been for nearly of Kings; the history of Joseph; the life balf a century an eminent grocer at of Elijah the prophet; and several other Bourn, co. Lincoln.
poetical pieces. Salop:--The wife of Geo. Baylis, esq. At Halesworth, Lieut. Wm. Poor, of the of Donnington-house.
70th regiment. At Ascott-house, aged 56, Mr. Wm. Ur- At his brother's, Framlingham, in his wick, who formerly occupied the Folkhamp- 70th year, Rev. Wm. Clubbe, LL. B. ton estate, which his family held under the many years rector of Flowton, and vicar Cressett family of Cound near 500 year. of Brandeston, Suffolk. He was son of At Wenlock, Harry, only so
son of R. the Rev. John Clubbe, formerly rector of Collins, esq. town-clerk of that borough. Whatfield, Suffolk, (author of “ The His
Somerset.--At Bath, six days after his tory and Antiquities of Wheatfield,” an marriage with a young lady formerly his admirable piece of irony levelled against ward, J. J. Foothead, esq. late of Hamp- Modera Antiquaries; a judicious and stead.
sensible " Letter of Free Advice to a At Bath, Philip Nunan, esq. of Moyge, Young Clergyman,” &c. &c.) to whose co. Cork
memory he affectionately inscribed a tabAt Bath, Rev. Edw. Thelwall, late of let in the church of Whatfield, and of Burlington-street.
whom a biographical memoir may be seen At Bath, A. Phillips, esq. Vice-admiral in “ Literary Anecdotes," yol. ij. p. 378. of the Red, and first governor of Botany At Ipswich, Lieut. Holmes, R. N. forPay.
merly of the signal station, Harwich. At Bath, aged 80, J, Morris, esq. of Aged 67, Mr. Norman, of Stowmarket, Box, a barrister of note on the Western a steady friend to civil and religious licircait.
berty. At Shockerwick, near Bath, Maria, sis. Surrey.--At Richmond, aged 52, Rich. ter of John Wiltshire, esq.
Smith, esq. late of Woburn-place, Ruse At the Bishop's palace, Wells, Charles
sell-square. Edward, youngest son of Rich. Beacon, esq. At Ripley, H. Church, esq. late an At Wells, Mrs. Brock, relict of J. B.
eminent surgeon. esq. of Bristol.
Sussex.-Suddenly, Thos, Monypenny, At Bristol, aged 89, Mrs. Cowper, re- esq. of Rye. lict of Lancelot C. esq. formerly a respec- At Arundel, James Lahy, esq. able merchant there,
Rev. Mr. Groom, vicar of Lyminster At Chard, in his, 80th year, Rev. B. and Sompting Pitts, many years pastor of the first Bap- At Oat-hall, Rev. Thos. Jones. tist church there.
At Hastings, in his 77th year, Fran. At Wincanton, aged 52, Rev. Henry Delapierre, esq. Hopkins, youngest son of the late Rev. Warwickshire. - At Kenilworth, aged H. H. vicar of Pilton and Compton Dua- 80, Thos. Wright, esq. don.
At Packwood-house, aged 54, Thosa At Taunton, Mr. Emanuel Philpot, at- Fetherstone, esq. torney-at-law.
At Birmingham, aged 35, Rev. Joseph Staffordshire. - At Leek, aged 65, T. Webb, second son of the late Mr. Thos. Phillips, esq.
Webb of Amport farm, near Andover, beAt F. Brooks, esq. Stafford, aged 59, loved for his unaffected piety, and admired Ricb, Downward, esq. of Bath.
for his extraordinary literary acquirements, At Newcastle-under-Lyme, aged 46, In bis 60th year, Johu Warden, M.D. Jos. Tilstone, esq. alderman of that-bo- of Warwick. rough. He had been out shooting, and At Edgewick-house, Caroline, youngest, retired to rest in his usual good health, daughter of Dr. Marsh, of Coventry. but was seized with an apoplectic fit, and Westmoreland. - At Appleby, aged 75% expired before surgical aid arrived, W. Wilkin, esq. several years bead disa
tributor of stamps for this county and Ąt Hebden-bridge, near Halifax, aged Cumberland, wbich office he resigned some 38, Jos. Dyneley, M. D. only surviving time since.
son of Mr. Thos. D. surgeon tbere. As At Crackenthorp, Mrs. Hill, relict of a physician he was eminently distioguishesg.
ed for skill, and as a classical scholar, At Kirkby Stephen, aged 54, Rey. John equalled by few. Tebay, curate, and master of the Free- WALES. At Haverfordwest, co. Pem, Grammar-school there.
broke, where she had been on a visit, the At Lawrence-house, near Kendal, aged wife of Dr. Batham, near Worcester. 43, Geo. Dudgeon, esq. an eminent agri- At Plasgwyn, Hugh Meredith, esq. culturist.
At Capel Scion, Rev. W. Gibbon. Wilts.---At Marlborough, Mrs. Kerby, IRELAND.-At Cork, the wife of Thos. relict of Rev. L. K. rector of Castle Eaton, Howard, esq. attorney. Wilts.
At Barmeath (Louth) the seat of Sir E. Mr. J. Yearsley, clothier, Trowbridge, Bellew, bart. aged 74, the wife of R. only surviving son of Mrs. Y. aathoress, Strange, esq. of Limerick. Melksham.
At Ralpa, Morgan Clifford, esq. of Worcestershire.-- At Worcester, aged 72, Penystone, co. Hereford, formerly of the Mrs. Humphrys, relict of Wm. H. esų. 12th Lt. Drag. of Fair-hill, near Birmingham.
At the Cove of Cork, a few days after he Aged 67, Wm. Perrin, esq; of Pershore. had disembarked with the last division of At Whittington-house, near Worcester, the British army from France, in bis 21st aged 23, Annette, wife of Rich. Pulston, year, Ensign H. W. Austin, 77th reg. foresg. of Emrat, co. Flint, eldest daughter merly of the Gloucester militia. of the late Lieut.-gen. England.
At Carlow, Rev. H. Stanton, president Yorkshire.-Rev. W. Crofts, B. D. vicar of the college, catholic dean of Leighlin, of North Grinston, and curate of Langton and parish priest of Carlow. in the East Riding.
At Brooke Lawn, T. Denis O'Brien,
esq: At York, aged 79, Mr. R. Beeforth, Sir Francis Hopkius, bart, of Athboy patten-maķer, and an eminent teacher (of lodge, co. Meath. the old school) of change composition, and At Newry, Mrs. Aikin, wife of Andrew of change ringing on the grandsire me- A. esq. and youngest daughter of Rev, thods, in the North of England, upwards Edm. Dana, Wroxeter, Salop.
ABROAD.-At Paris, suddenly, aged 60, -At York, aged 88, Mr. James Croft, Baron Munchausen, the traveller so cele. sheriff in 1794.
brated for the accuracy and probability At York, aged 74, Mary, wife of Thos. of his narrations, and hitherto considered Pierson, esq;
as a fictitious character. The Journal de At Leeds, in the bloom of life, the wife Paris of the 23 Aug. gives an account of of Lepton Dobson, esq.
his death, and laments the loss wbich the At Halifax, aged 93, Mr. Jeremiah Republic of letters has suffered. Baron Marshman, who served in the British army Augustus de Munchausen was chambers in the reigns of Geo. I. II. and III. lain to the King of Prussia, great cordon
At New Malton, aged 38, Mr. W. Wray, of the order of Dannebroc, and designated attorney
successor to the commander of the order At Wakefield, Mr. Rich. Eastwood. He of St. John of Jerusalem. He was born lost his sight when a child; but, having, by at Bouveție, of an illustrious family. the kind interference of friends, been ad- At St. Germain's, France, aged 28, mitted into the Liverpool Institution, was Lady Viscountess Mountjoy. Her remains enabled by his musical talents, and by passed through Oxford Oct. 3, in their his ingenuity and labour in basket-mak- way from France, to Mountjoy, co.Tyrone, ing, to procure a comfortable livelihood Ireland, for interment. for his family, a wife and five small chil- Near Toulouse, from a wound, aged 30, dren, who are now left destitute. He bad Lieut. P. J. Bone, of Berners-street. for sereral years creditably filled the office Drowned at sea, Mr. Allan James Bogle, of organist at Horbury church.
of the house of Bogle and Co. Jamaica. At High Hazles, Handsworth, aged 49, On his passage to England for the re. Mr. John Jeffcock, one of the proprietors covery of his health, Mr. Thos. Edw. of the Sheffield, Dornal, and Woodthorpe Smyth, midshipman R. N. second son collieries, and captain in the Sheffield troop of Rev. Joseph S. yicar of Kirkby Moorof West Riding cavalry.
side, Yorkshire, At Hopton, near Huddersfield, Mr. J. At the Naval Hospital, Port Royal, JaStancliffe, an eminent clothier, and a maica, in the prime of life, Hon. F. Na, ustee of the Leeds White Cloth Hall. pier, second lieutenant of the Argo frigate,
Mirs. Bethel, relict of Wm. B. esq. of 44 guns, son of Lord Napier, and broRise, in Holderness, once well-known on ther of Hon. Wm. J. N. captain of the the field and turf.
Erne Post sloop, 30 guns,
of 50 years.
At Jamaica, Lieuto-col. Haffey, 18th or J. H. Goble, esq. of Burpham Lodge, Royal Irish foot.
Sussex, Lieut.-colonel of the West Local A few hours after the retreat of our
active magistrate for the forces from Washington, Major Brown, county during the last thirty-three years. 85th reg. wbo was severely wounded at At Brighton, in his 70th year, Lieut.-col, Bladensburgh, eldest son of Provost Brown Alex. Park, formerly of the East India of Linkwood.
Company's service. Capt. Jas. B. Irwin, of 103d reg. son of In the Close, Sarum, Mrs. Portman, reEyles I. esq. of Cheltenham : he fell in ļict of H. W. Portman, esq. of Bryanstonthe sanguinary assault on the works of house, co. Dorset. Fort Erie; in him were blended all the At Glasgow, Professor William Ri. hardihood of his profession with the milder chardson, Having in his early years acduties of social life: he has left an amiable quired, in the parochial school of Aber. widow and two Ch.
foyle, a considerable knowledge of the La. At New Orleans, French Gen. Hum- tin Classics, together with the rudiments bert, who was engaged in the Invasion of of the Greek language, he entered himIreland in 1798.--He was on his way to self a student in the University of Glasjoin the insurgent army of Gen. Toledo, gow, in 1758, where he soon distinguished in Mexico.
himself by assiduous application to study, At St. Christopher's, West Indies, Major by the proficiency which he made in useGen. Elrington, of 115th foot.
ful knowledge, and by the purity and At St. John's, Newfoundland, in his 29th elegance of bis taste. After having finishyear, Capt. Edward Wrottesley, of the ed his course of study, he was nominated Sabine sloop of war.
as a proper person to discharge the office At the Havannah, Mr, Oddy, of St. of Private Tutor to a young Nobleman of James's-square, formerly merchant in great promise, who, since, has proved London, and St. Petersburg, and who eminently serviceable to the Country, and once stood candidate for the borough of whom he accompanied to the capital of Stamford. He was a gentleman of very the Russian Empire. Having found, in this extensive commercial knowledge, and situation, opportunities the most favourable wrote a valuable book on the subject of for enlarging his knowledge of mankind, European Commerce.
as well as for promoting his literary imAt Calcutta, Henry Rashleigh, esq. 3d provement, he of the Tottenham East Indiaman,
On a vacanon called not to profit by them.
therefore, taking place in and son of Rev. P. R. of Southfeet. the Humanity Chair of that University in
At Calcutta, aged 78, J. Blythe, esq. which he had been educated, Mr. Richardleaving 16,0001. of his immense fortune son was appointed, as a person well qua.. to Greenwich Hospital.
Jified to fill the important situation; and, At Samarang, Java, David Hopkins, for upwards of forty-one years, he peresq. assistant-surgeon on the Bengal estab. formed the duties of his office with honour lishment, and superintendant-general of to himself, and with much advantage to, the Teak forests in the island of Java. society. On the 10th of October he, as
Nov. 1. On Croydon Common, aged 74, usual, conimenced the business of the SesGeo. Lane, esq.
şion; but death, preceded by violent sick In St. Bartholomew-Close, of apoplexy, ness and excruciating pain, soon termiAbraham Crofton, esq.
nated his labours. i Aged. 70, Baron de Beaufort, many
Nov. 4. Sir Richard Corbett, bart, many years Chargé d'Affaires to Frederick the years reduced to an inferior station in the Great at the British Court.
employ of the Hon. East India Company. Nou. 2. At Clifton, Mrs. Hope Vere, Nov. 15. At the Charter-house where relict of Wm. Hope V. esq. of Craigiehall he had only been six weeks, aged 11, John, and Blackwood.
fourth son of Rev. Ralph Churton, arch. Nov. 3. In Gower-strret, Mrs. Britanyia deacon of St. David's. Dixon, youngest daugh. of the late Wm. In the Edgeware-road, aged 35, Mary, Hill, esq. Fore-street, Cripplegate. wife of James Rooke, esq. of Bigsware, co.
Aged 81, H. Voyşey, esq. of Hoddes- Gloucester. don, Herts.
At Gloucester, Mrs. Rudge, relict of At Newbury, in his 78th year, the Rev.
Thos. R. esq. Thomas Best, A. M. of Christ Church, Nov. 16. At her brother's, Mrs. Webb, Oxford, 1762; beloved, respected, and Ludgate-street, Julia, dau. of R. Webb, esteemned. He was, in maạners, mild and unassuming ; in disposition, friendly, Nov. 17. At Godmanstone, co. Dorset, cheerful, and contented ; in conduct, most aged 67, Rev. Edmund Smith, LL. D. rector honourable. His death was as serene as of that parish, and of Melcomb Horsey, in the eyeo tenour of his life, and in both he the county of Dorset, and formerly fellow was mosi enviable.
of Magdalen college, Cambridge. During At Little London, Chichester, aged 54, nearly 33 years that he resided at God