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1819. AT Charleston, South Carolina, Oct. in his 72d year, Francis Robertson, esq. a native of Aberdeenshire. He practised in the early part of his life as a writer at Edinburgh; but mercantile speculations induced him to transfer his residence to Charleston, of which he was an inhabitant upwards of 30 years. There the legal knowledge he had acquired in early life rendered him valuable to his friends and neighbours, who often preferred his award to the more expensive and uncertain decisions of the law.

1820. March 14. At Columbo, Capt. George Maltby, of his Majesty's 18th regiment. His death was occasioned by a fall from his horse a few days previous.

March 18. At Sierra Leone, Mr. Henry James Slade, Midshipman of the Tartar. -He fell overboard and was drowned, May 3. By the upsetting of a boat, when employed on a survey of Algoa Bay, in South Africa, Mr. Robert Reed, of his Majesty's ship Menai, son of Geo, Reed, esq. of Pulteney-street, Bath.

May 31. At Sierra Leone, Mr. H. A. Elliot, Midshipman of the Tartar.-And August 12, on board the same ship, on her passage home, Mr. Howard Douglas, Midshipman.

June. At Portsmouth, the Lady of Major Macdonald, of the Royal Marines.

June 11. At Glasgow, Lady Crawford Pollock, of Upper Pollock, relict of the late Sir Hern Crawford, Bart. of Jordin Hill, daughter of Capt. John Pollock, second son of the late Sir Robert Pollock, Bart. of Upper Pollock, by Anne, daughter of James Lockhart, esq. of Lee.

June 21. At Astrachan, in his 27th year, Edward James Peters, esq. late of the 7th Hussars, son of Henry Peters, esq. of Betchworth Castle, Surrey.

July 9. At Norwood Green, Middlesex, Sophia, wife of Thomas Bramall, esq. and daughter of Mr. John Robins, of Warwickstreet, Golden-square.

At the Parade, Tower, in his 51st year, Mr. T. Cooke.

July 11. In Portman-street, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Henry Plowman, esq.

July 12. Aged 15, Amelia, daughter of Allen Young, esq. of Orlingbury, Northamptonshire.

At Penton, Hants, aged 77, A. G. Bour dillon, esq.

July 14. At Paris, in her 90th year, Mademoiselle Montausier.-This Lady at one time had the direction of all the Theatres in Paris.

At Clay Hall, near Windsor, in her 23d year, the wife of Capt. James Lindsay, of the Grenadier Guards.

In Montague-street, Russell.square, in her 29th year, Louisa, wife of Philip Courtenay, esq. Barrister-at-Law. GENT, MAG. September, 1820.

At Brighton, in his 25th year, Robert Wells, esq. of Chester-place, Kennington. July 15. Aged 78, Mr. S. Feary, of Pond-street, Hampstead.

July 16. At Elm Cottage, Upper Clapton, aged 53, Isabella, widow of the late T. G. Player, esq. of Maize Hill, Greenwich.

In Powis-place, aged 69, Jas. Lewis, esq. July 17. In Devonshire-street, Portlandplace, Elizabeth, widow of the late Thomas Garland Murray, esq. of Upper Gower-street.

At Taplow House, Bucks, in her 14th year, Margaret, daughter of Pascoe Grenfell, esq. M. P.

July 27. At Bari, in Italy, Charles Clive, esq. late of Hans-place, Brompton. July 30. At Geneva, aged 36, Capt. Stephen Gordon, 5th Dragoon Guards.

Aug. 6. In Sackville - street, Emma, daughter of Richard Blagden, esq. In her 97th year, Mrs. Jane Winkfield, of King's Langley, Herts.

Aug. 7. At Brighton, Elizabeth, widow of the late Christopher Spencer, esq. formerly of Great Marlborough-street, and Hanwell, Middlesex.

At Frogmore, aged 50, Mr. Serle, upwards of 24 years footman to her late Majesty.

At Clifton, the widow of the late John Farbill, esq. of York-place.

In the Tower, aged 37, John Urquhart, esq. of the Ordnance Office.

At Castle Biggs, Tipperary, aged 27, William O'Meagher, esq. Barrister-atLaw, son of Wm. O'Meagher, esq. of Bleakfield, in the Queen's County.

In Duke-street, Liverpool, the wife of Sir William Barton.

In her 83d year, Aune, relict of the late William Wilson, esq. of Brunswick-square. Mary Anne Matilda, wife of James Crowdy, jun. esq. of Hannington, near Highworth, .Wilts.

At Coombe House, Surrey, in his 64th year, Beeston Long, esq. one of the Directors of the Bank of England. His remains were interred in the family-vault at Saxmundham, in Suffolk. His sound judgment and integrity in public life as a man of business, his general benevolence towards all who needed his assistance, and his many private and domestic virtues, will cause his memory to be long revered and respected by all who knew him.

Aug. 9. At Liverpool, Miss Margaret M'Avoy, whose faculty of distinguishing colours, &c. by the touch, gave rise to so much discussion about three years since.

Aug. 10. In her 79th year, the widow of the late J. Groves, esq. of Stafford-row, Pimlico.

At Pentonville, in his 85th year, Mr. Robert Crawford, formerly of Churchcourt, Lothbury.


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At Brighton, aged 66, James Clarke, esq. of Battersea Fields, Surrey.

Aug. 11. At Knightsbridge, the wife of John Smee, esq. and daughter of Col. Nugent, of Beaumont-street.

In Gloucester street, Queen - square, aged 70, William Tillard, esq.

In St. Margaret's, Norwich, aged 46, Capt. Robert Tinkler, R. N. who signalized himself by his intrepid bravery in several engagements, in which he had received 21 wounds.-Capt. Tinkler was cabin-boy on board his Majesty's ship Bounty, (Capt. Blyth,) at the time the crew of that ship mutinied in the South Seas, in the year 1789, and was one of the 12 persons who, with the Captain, was turned adrift in a boat by the mutineers. It will be recollected that Capt. Blyth and bis companions, after a voyage of 1200 leagues (during which the only subsistence they had was one ounce of bread and a quarter of a pint of water each day), had the good fortune to arrive safe at the Dutch settlement of Cupan, in the Island of Timor. (See vol. LX. p.463.) In Albany-street, North Leith, T. Robertson, esq. late Commander of the Royal Charlotte revenue cutter.

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At Mountnessing, Essex, Capt. George Stace, of his Majesty's 1st Ceylon regt. Aged 42, Mr. George Wood, late of Lower Thaines-street.

In her 93d year, the relict of Mr. Nicholas Nickson, of York, printer.

Aug. 12. William Welch, esq. solicitor, of Nicholas-lane, Lombard-street.

In Coventry-street, Miss Batsford, of Fulham.

Aug. 13. At Itchen, near Southampton, Charles Ogle, esq. of Christchurch, Oxford, son of the Rev. J. S. Ogle, of Kirkley, Northumberland, and Canon of Salisbury.

At Dover, in his 86th year, T. B. Lane, esq.

In his 72d year, George Surridge, esq. of Walcot-place, Lambeth.

At Palmer's Terrace, Islington, aged 17, Mary-Anne, daughter of William Fenwick, esq.

At Kingsbury, aged 58, M. Pinero, esq. of Charles-street, Cavendish-square. In Euston-place, Charlotte, daughter of William Bedford, esq.

Aug. 14. At Brighton, Jane, wife of George Lumley, esq. of Soho-square.

George Koster, esq. formerly of Lisbon. At Clapham Lodge, Yorkshire, James Farrer, esq. an eminent solicitor in Lincoln's Inn Fields.

In Brownlow-street, Bedford-row, Jas. Lockett, esq.

At Baden, in Germany, in his 28th year, John, eldest son of the Hon. John Spencer, and grandson of the late Duke of Marlborough.

At Plymouth, aged 24, Lieut. Thomas Frederick, of the 84th regiment, son of Lieut.-col. Frederick, late of the 54th regiment, and grandson of the late Gen. Marisco Frederick. His death was occasioned by inflammation of the lungs, arising from a chill taken after bathing. His remains were interred at Stoke church with military honours, being attended by the Officers of the Artillery, Royal Marines, Royal Marine Artillery, &c.

In Red Lion-street, Holborn, in her 89th year, Mrs. Mary Loader, widow of Mr. Robert Loader, formerly of Dean-street.

Aug. 15. At Stoke, near Guildford, at a very advanced age, the relict of the late Nathaniel Hillier, esq.

At Dublin, the wife of the Rev. James Forward Bond, M. A. Dean of Ross, and sister of Mr. Croker, of the Admiralty.

Aug. 16. At Edinburgh, John Livington Campbell, Esq. of Achallader.

Aug. 17. At Matlock, Mary, daughter of John Dalton, esq. of Thurnham Hall, Lancashire.

Aug. 18. At Lude, Col. John Robertson. In Gloucester-place, in his 60th year, Mr. William Shaw, near 30 years Steward to the Right. Hon. Countess Poulett.

Eliza, daughter of Charles Ellis, esq. M. P.

In her 67th year (40 of which she passed in the business of Mr. G. Adams, of the Minories), Mrs. Anne Long.

In his 57th year, the Rev. C. R. Dade, Rector of Denver, Norfolk, leaving a widow and seven children to lament their irreparable loss. He was formerly fellow of Caius College, B. A. 1784, and M. A. 1787.

Aug. 19. After a short previous illness, aged 69, Mr. John Addison Newman, for many years Keeper of His Majesty's Gaol of Newgate. In every situation of life his conduct was marked by uniform kindness and benevolence, and he has left a large circle of relations and friends who deeply lament his loss.

At Clapham, in his 83d year, Mr. Franks.

At Tannington, Suffolk, in her 27th year, after a long illness, and to the inexpressible grief of her friends, Jane, wife of the Rev. S. Barker, M. A. This trulyinteresting woman was exemplary in every duty. Purity of mind, elegance of person, suavity of temper, and affability of manners, rendered her the delight and ornament of the circle in which she moved.

Aug. 20. At Bath, Major-general Sir Granby Thomas Calcraft, Knight of the Order of Maria Theresa, Tower and Sword, &c. Gout in the stomach was the immediate cause of his sudden death.

At Thorley, Isle of Wight, Mrs. Mary Barton, after a virtuous and unblameable life of 78 years.


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Aug. 21. At Paddington, Mr. Samuel Card, who for 40 years had filled the office of Chief Clerk in the Rule Office of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench.

In Grafton street East, Tottenham court-road, aged 60, Mary, wife of Wm. Bond, esq.

Aged 84, Mary, wife of Christ. Terry, esq. of Maple Farin, Kingston, Surrey.

In Leicester-square, Charles Elms, esq. At Brussels, aged 77, Sir Ewen Baillie, bart. of Portman-square, Middlesex; created a baronet Dec. 11, 1812.

97th year, Anna Guusby, relict of Win. Cooper Keating, esq. formerly of Serjeant's-inn, Fleet-street.

Aug. 25. In Grosvenor - place, in his G4th year, Henry Stawell Bilson Legge, second Lord Stawell. His Lordship was the only son of the Right Hon. Henry Bilsou Legge, Chancellor of the Exchequer. In the year 1779 married Mary, second daughter of Viscount Curzon; and by her, who died in 1804, had a son who died in his infancy; and one daughter, married to the present Lord Sherborne, of

Aug. 22 At Hendon, in 75th year, Wil- Sherborne, in Gloucestershire. His Lordliam Godwin, esq.

At Elmstead Vicarage, aged 5, Frances, only child of the Rev. John Brooke.

Aged 39, Mr. Jonathan Sterling, Proprietor of George's Coffee-house, Strand. At Dover, Edward Atherton, esq. of Pexhill, near Prescot, Lancashire.

Aug. 23. At Osnaburgh, the Hanoverian General Victor Von Alten, who distinguished himself under the Duke of Wellington in Spain and Portugal.

At Hampstead, Mrs. Stewart, formerly of the Island of St. Vincent, in the West Tudies.

Harriet, wife of Nathaniel Wells, esq. of Piercefield, Monmouthshire.

At his lodgings in London, in his 73d year, Francis Pender, esq. Vice-admiral of the Red in his Majesty's service, to which he belonged nearly 60 years, above 40 of which were spent in actual service at sea. He was one of the last remaining of those who circumnavigated the globe with Capt. Wallace.

At Teddington, in her 44th year, Wilhelmina Augusta, wife of C. Lyne, esq. of Devonshire-place.

The only son of Thomas Abbott, esq. of Ely-place.

At Castle Semple House, aged 67, John Harvey, esq. of Castle Semple, formerly President of the Council of the Island of Grenada and its Dependencies.

Aug. 24. At Brant-Boughton, Lincolnshire, the Rev. Richard Sutton, Rector of that place, and of Great Coates, in the same county, and Prebendary of the Collegiate Church of Southwell, Nottinghamshire. He was son of the late, and uncle to the present, Sir Richard Sutton, bart. of Norwood Park, Notts.

In his 75th year, John Scott, esq. of Guildford-street, Russell-square, solicitor.

At No. 4, Gerrard-street, Soho, the Rev. S. Lyon, for many years Hebrew Teacher to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, and Eton College. He published "A compendious Hebrew Grammar, 1789," Svo; and "Observations on an antique Medal, 1810," 8vo.

In Cadogan-place, in his 25th year, George Stainforth, esq. of Trinity College, Cambridge, son of Rich. Stainforth, esq.

In Greek street, Soho-square, in her

ship was Patent Surveyor of the Customs in the Port of London.

At Woolwich, Halford Sarah, daughter of Major Payne, R. A.

At Worthing, the widow of the late Herman Katencamp, esq. of Bath.

In Baldwin-street, Bristol, aged 107, Mrs. Cantey, a native of Ireland: she retained her faculties to the last..

Aug. 26. At Park Hill, near Croydon, Surrey, in his 68th year, Paul Philip Barraud, esq. of Cornhill, an eminent watch and clock maker; and one of the Common Councilmen for the Ward of Cornhill.

In the Crescent, Cheltenham, Hannah, widow of the late John Jones, esq. of Brunswick - square, and Dery Ormond, Cardiganshire.

In her 25th year, Anne, wife of William Hopkins, esq. of Eldo House, near Bury St. Edmund.

In Park-place, Camberwell-grove, Catherine, wife of Robert Douglas, esq.

At Bocking, Essex, in her 74th year, Elizabeth, relict of the late Joseph Savill,


At Charlton, near Cheltenham, in his 86th year, Charles Broughton, esq.

In Scotch-street, Carlisle, aged 65, Mr. Francis Jollie, sen. late proprietor of "The Carlisle Journal."

Aug. 28. Of apoplexy, at the Cross Keys, Wood-street, London, Mr. William Brown, of Stoke Golding, Leicestershire. He was the eldest son of the late Rev. W. Brown, master of the free grammar-school at Stoke Golding, and Curate of that parish and Dadlington He was in town on business, and was found dead in bed.

At Woodford, Essex, in her 79th year, Catherine, relict of the late William Robinson, esq.

Anne, wife of William Rabbeth, esq. of Bedford-street, Bedford-row.

Aug. 29. At Teddington, Middlesex, Lieut.-col. Philip Vaumorel, of the 30th regiment of foot.

On West Hill, Wandsworth, Anne, widow of T. Owen, esq. late of Couduit-street, Hanover-square.

Aug. 30. At Lambeth Terrace, in his 49th year, the Rev. G. L. C. Young, M.A. At Old, Northamptonshire, the wife of


Robert Barclay Allardice, esq. of Ury, Kincardinshire.

Aged 35, Mary-Anne, wife of Mr. John Keir, and daughter of William Burgess, esq. of Green-street, Enfield. At the same time, their infant son, John William Keir, aged four months and ten days.

Aged 77, Mr. John Goodman, of the Feathers Tavern, Hand-court, Holborn.

Aug. 31. At Clifton, Thomas Baynton, esq. surgeon. His "Essay on the Treatment of Ulcers" will perpetuate his memory as one of the greatest alleviators of as painful a disease as any to which the human frame is incident.

At Killin, whilst on a tour between Edinburgh and Stirling, aged 60, the Rev. Dr. Wm. Beaumont Busby, Dean of Rochester.

In Highbury-place, in her 68th year, the widow of the late Roger Hog, esq. of that place and London.

At Coker-court, Somersetshire, William Helyar, esq.

In Bernard-street, Brunswick - square, aged 22, James Wight, esq. of Largnean.

At Kentish Town, Major Edward Watkins, of his Majesty's 65th regiment. His death was occasioned by the late severe and harassing campaign against the Mahrattas.

Lately.-Aged 17, Thomas, son of Robert Sutton, esq. of Highgate; having been unfortunately drowned while bathing.

In Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, John Skottowe, esq. late of Chesham, Bucks, and Notton Lodge, Wiltshire.

In Berkeley-square, Thos. Palmer, esq. Bucks.-Mr. George Bradford, Town Clerk of the Borough of Buckingham. He was returning home from the Isle of Wight, with his wife and some of his children, in a postchaise, when the melancholy event took place between Marlow and Amersham. Devon. At Cholwich Town, Parish of Cornwood, aged 84, Elizabeth, widow of Mr. S. Northmore, of that place. She was followed to the grave by six children, and 60 grand-children.

Gloucestershire. At an advanced age, in consequence of having run a thorn into his hand, which occasioned a locked jaw, Mr. John Prout, farmer, of Horton.

Kent.-At Woolwich, aged 55, the relict of the late Col. John Harding, of the Royal Artillery.

Somersetshire.-Fletcher Paris, esq. of Pulteney-street, Bath. He has bequeathed to trustees a sum of money, which report says exceeds 40,000l. and a field, for the purpose of erecting 30 cottages thereon, for the free residence (with endowment) of the widows or daughters of 10 poor clergymen, and of 10 reduced professional men, and of 10 decayed merchants.

Surrey. At Cheam, at an advanced age, Susannah, relict of the late Benjamin Bentley, esq. of Sutton.

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WALES.-At Wrexham, Denbighshire, the wife of Mr. Jenkins, mercer, daughter of Mr. Griffiths, builder, of Oswestry.One of the deceased's brothers met with a melancholy accident about a mile from Oswestry, as he was driving a gig from thence to her funeral: the horse started, and he jumped out, by which he broke his leg in such a dreadful manner that the bone pierced the flesh.

At Wrexham, aged 60, Mr. E. Randles, organist. He was one of the first performers on the harp in the kingdom. Mr. R. was the Lyrist mentioned by Miss Seward, in her poem called "Llangollen Vale." He was pupil of the celebrated Parry, harper to the late Sir W. W. Wynn, who, with his son, used to perform Handel's Choruses in a most masterly style, on two Welch harps, to our late lamented Sovereign.

ABROAD. At Trieste, Madame Bacciochi, ci-devant Princess of Piombino, eldest sister of Buonaparte.

At Poona, in the East Indies, Capt. John Sheriff, of the 11th regiment N. I. commanding a Risallah of the Poona Auxiliary Horse.

On his passage from Penang (where he had been for the recovery of his health) to Bombay, the Rev. Richard Jackson, one of the Chaplains of that Establishment, and son of the late Vicar of Christchurch, Hants.

Sept. 1. In a fit of apoplexy, Thomas Stratton Coles, esq. of Basinghall-street, merchant.

At Castle Carey, Somersetshire, in his 59th year, John Peyto Verney, Lord Willoughby de Broke. His Lordship is succeeded in his title and estate by his brother, the Hon. Henry Verney, born 1773.

Sept. 2. In her 75th year, Margaret, relict of the late Mr. James Thompson, of Osnaburgh-street, Regent's Park.

At Plymouth, Vice-adm. Linzee (who fell off his horse a few days previous in a fit of apoplexy). This gentleman was the nephew of the late Lady Hood, and cousin to the present Lord Hood. Vice-adm. Linzee had been actively employed in the Royal Navy from his youth until the late Peace.

Sept. 3. At Westergate Cottage, Sussex, Frances, wife of the Rev. James Tripp.

At Hastings, in his 72d year, Joseph Delafield, esq. of Camden Hill, Kensington.


Of a mortification in his leg, occasioned by the throw of a stone from some idle boys in the street, aged 70, Edward -Woodward, esq. of Thomas-street, Horseleydown.

Sept. 8. In his 39th year, Mr. Rae, late of Drury-lane Theatre. He was a man of very gentlemanlike manners, and of considerable attainments and high repute in his profession.-On the 26th ult. he un

The Rev. John Hebden, Vicar of Nor- .derwent a painful operation, which was ton, near Daventry.

At Fulham Palace, George Gordon Howley, youngest son of the Bishop of London.

Sept. 4. At Peckham Lodge, suddenly, Timothy Brown, esq. late banker in Lombard-street, and formerly a partner in Mr. -Whitbread's Brewery in Chiswell-street.

At Dunleary, near Dublin, Mrs. Good lad, of Wimpole-street, London, and of Richmond, Surrey.

Sept. 5. After a short illness, aged 83, Mrs. Jesser, relict of the late William Jesser, esq. of Hackney.

At Kingsland, Harriet, wife of Robert Browne, esq. of Crawford-street, Portman-square.

At Brighton, Harriet, only daughter of C. J. Mills, esq. of Saxham Hall, Suffolk.

At Watford, Herts, in her 54th year, Anne, wife of M. K. Masters, surgeon, of

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Sept. 6. In Hamilton- place, London, in her. 41st year, the Right Hon. Sarah Countess of Shannon. Her Ladyship was fourth daughter of John Hyde, esq. of Castle Hyde, co. Cork, Knight of the Shire for that County; married June 9, 1798, Henry Boyle, third Earl of Shannon, Knight of St. Patrick, and Baron Carleton, in England, by whom she has left issue eleven children.

At Baylis, co. Bucks, in her 70th year, the Most Noble Mary Marchioness of Thomond. Her Ladyship was daughter of John Palmer, esq. of Torrington, co. Devon, and niece of the celebrated Sir Joshua Reynolds; married, July 25, 1792, Murrough, fifth Earl of Inchiquin, created in 1800 Marquess of Thomond, and in 1801 Baron Thomond, in the Peerage of England; but has no issue by the Marquess, who died by a fall from his horse in Grosvenor-square, Feb. 10, 1808.

At Esher, Elizabeth Catherine, daughter of the late Henry Wadham Diggle, esq. Judge and Magistrate in the East India Company's Bombay Establishment.

Sept. 7. At Wickham, in her 19th year, Georgiana Jane, eldest daughter of Dr. M'Donald, R. N. and grand-daughter of Adm. Sir. J. Knight, K. C. B.

At Brighton, suddenly, James Redit, esq. of the King's-road, Bedford-row.

At Thame, Oxfordshire, from an apo. plectic attack, John Hollier, esq. solicitor:

most skilfully and successfully performed by Mr. Surgeon Bell; but from previous long suffering, and consequent debility, he sank under it, and expired almost without a groan. The remains of this gentleman were deposited in Covent - garden churchyard; and, although it was a private funeral, many of his colleagues at tended, who were anxious to testify their regard, without parade or ostentation. They were no actors here their silent sympathy, in the deprivation of an associate, cut off in the very prime of life, spoke most eloquently their estimation of his worth, their regret for his loss, and their respect for his memory. He has left his family (consisting of a wife, one son, and two daughters) totally without provision. Mr. Elliston has most liberally offered the use of his theatre, and his brethren are most anxious to come forward to further his benevolent intentions.

At Woodlands, near Canterbury, the residence of her uncle, John Dilnott, esq. in the 25th year of her age, Mary, the second daughter of Henry Wise Harvey, esq. of Harnden, in Kent.

Sept. 9. In his 72d year, John Holmes, esq.of UpperQueen's-buildings, Brompton. Sept. 10. At church, in a fit of apoplexy, Wm. Goodall, esq. of Tottenham.

Sept. 11. At Hampstead, Helen, infant daughter of John Spottiswoode, esq. of Spottiswoode. (See p. 272.)

Sept. 12. In Grosvenor-square, Richard Thompson, esq. of Escrick, Yorkshire.

Sept. 13. At Southampton, Sir Francis Holburne, bart. of Kirshie, North Britain. He was the son of Francis Holburne, esq. Admiral of the White, Rearadmiral of Great Britain, and Governor of Greenwich Hospital, by Frances, widow of Edward Lascelles, father of the late Earl of Harewood. Sir F. Holburne was uncle to the present Earl of Harewood.

At Paris, aged 86, the celebrated Marshal Kellerman, Duke of Valmy, and Peer of France; and two days after, Marshal Lefebvre, Duke of Dantzic. The former has been interred with much ceremony; and the same distinction, it is said, will be paid to the latter. The following inscription is intended to perpetuate the memory of Marshal Kellerman :-" Here died gloriously the brave who saved France on the 20th September, 1792. A soldier, who had the honour of commanding on that memorable day, Marshal Kellerman, Duke of Valmy, dictating his last will 28 years after, wished that his heart should be placed in the midst of them."


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