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remainder of the week was occupied in per annum, exclusive of the customary swearing in their Members. The Parlia- fines on renewal. mentary Proceedings will be regularly A magnificent monument, in honour of detailed in our next.
Lord Nelson, has been erected in one of Friday, Nov. 27.
the squares of Greenwich Hospital. The An Extraordinary Gazette, published statue of the hero is in a recumbent posie. this day, announced the defeat of the tion, and surrounded by emblematic figures American forces, in a second attempt to of the United Countries mourning his loss, invade Upper Canada. This brilliant vic- anul a great number of rich corresponding tory, we regret to observe, was clouded ornaments and devices, by the death of Maj.-gen. Sir Isaac Brock, The Committee appointed to conduct who fell gloriously in the field of battle. the subscription for the relief of the BriNine hundred of the American army, and tish Prisoners in France have published their commander, Brig.-gen. Wadsworth, a Report, by wbich it appears, that the surrendered themselves to Major-gen. number of those unfortunate persons Sheaffe.
amounts to above 15,000. Vauxhall Bridge is at last contracted The Twelfth Report of the Committee of for, and again begun upon. Col. Bayn- Public Expenditure presents no new pecu. ton, in conjunction with Mr. Grillier, has lation or default of enorinous amount, but undertaken to complete it, in two years, it explains the existing conditions of some for 75,0001. One pier is already laid. All of the old ones.--It appears that there rethe upper parts of the bridge are to be of maios due on Goldsmid's account 233,3291. cast-iron.
9s. 2d. ; on Mr. Barrow's 50001. ; on Mr. The Parish Registers (with which every Hunt's, 89,8771. , and on Mc. Chinnery's, parish and chapelry in England will be nearly 80,0001.; Mr. Steele's reinains as furnished before the first of January next) before.--In the outstanding accounts of consist of 36,000 volumes, and the paper. the Barracks and Board of Works in Ireemployed in printing them amounts to land, under the direction of Lord Tyraw3000 reams.
ley, there is a deficiency of 1,835, 2341 An issue has been made from the Bank from 1796 to 1803; since which period: of new 3s. and 1s. 6d. pieces. They are notwithstanding the most urgent represent, much better executed than the other Bank ations, his Lordship had not brought the Tokens in circulation. The head is more account to audit. It was however pro. prominent, and will require considerable inised by the 1st of July, 1812. force and power to make the impression.
NATIONAL DEBT. The, Crimmissioners for his Majesty's An account of the reduction of the Na. Land Revenue liave at length given notice tional Debt from the 1st of August, 1786, of their intention to apply to Parliament to the 1st of August, 1812: this Session for an act to enable them to Redeemed by Sinking Fund £199,763,420 make the new street from Carlton house to Transferred by Land Tax Portland-place. The street is to be 100. redeemed
24,143,401 feet wife, and its middle in a right line Ditto by Life Annuities purfrom the entrance to the Grand Hall of chased
1,802,008 Carlton-house to Piccadilly, where there is to be a small Circus; from thence it On Account of Gr. Britain £225,708,835goes Northward into a square on the site Ditto of Ireland
9,840,208 of Mary-le-bone-street, Brewer-street, Ditto of Imperial Loan
1,296,627 &c.; it then leads on North-westward to Ditto of Loan to Portugal 147,567 the top of King-street and Swallow-street, and then in a right line to Portland-place.
Total £236,993,237 The improvement likewise einbraces a The sum to be expended in the ensuing street from the East end of Pall.nall to Quarter is 3,030,5131. 2s. 1d. St. Martin's Church, a square in the King's SCALE--shewing the average rate which Mews, the opening of Jermyn-street at may be obtained by investing 1001, stere each end, Charles-street into the Hay- ling in Government Life Annuities, when market, and King-st. into St. James's-st. the 3 per cents. are at the two followiug
The Building Committee of the City of prices : London have marked out the ground for. On a single At 56 and 60 and under the new square intended to be built in Life of under 60
61 Moorfields; and this extensive work is 35
7 12 ordered to be carried into immediate exe. 45
8 15 2
8 10 3 eution.
55 10 7 0 20 The Crown Leases having fallen in 65
12 14 7 throughout the city of Westminster, re- 75
19 Hewals are now granting by the Lords of Tables of the Rates for all ages above the Treasury, so as to increase the revenue 35, adapted to prices of Stock between 50 of these Crown Estates more than 100,000% and 60, are delivering gratis.
THEATRICAL REGISTER. of Well Manor Farm, in the county
of Southampton, esq. Serjeant Surgeon Nov. 20. Love, Lace, and Physic, a to his Majesty-Edward Kennedy, of Farce; from the pen of Mr. Kenncy. Johnstown Mount Kennedy, in the county
of Waterford, esq.-Richard Nagle, of GAZETTE PROMOTIONS.
Jamestown House, and Castle Donore, in Whitehall, Oct. 21. Sir Rupert George, the county of West:neath, esq.--James bart. James Bowen, esq. Hon. Jphn Caleb Anderson, of Permoy, in the county Douglas, John Harness, Doctor in Physic, of Cork, esq.-James Galbraitis, of ShapeHon. Courtenay Boyle, and Wm. Booth- valley, in the county of Donegal. esq. by, esq. Commissioners for Transport Carlton-house, Nov. 3. Pickstan James, Service, &c.
esq. M, D. one of the Physiciaus ExtraWhitehall, Nov. 3. The Prince Regent ordinary to the Prince Regent. has been pleased, in the name and on the Writehall, Nov. 10. Sir Richard Flet.' behalf of his Majesty, to grant the dignity cher, kat. Lt.-Col in the Royal Engineers, of a Baronet of the United Kingdom of and chief engineer with the Army in Spain Great Britain and Ireland, to the following and Portugal, a Baronet of the United gentlemen respectively, and the heirs Kingdom. male of their body lawfully begotten, viz.
Civil PROMOTIONS. -William Congreve, of Walton, Stafford- Rev. Jolir Davie, D. D. Master of Sydshire, esq. Lieut.-gen, in the army, and ney-Sussex College, Cambridge, Vicea Col. in the Royal Regiment of Artillery Chancellor of the University. -William Payne, esq. Lieut.-gen, in the James Boswell, M. A. of Brasenose Cols army, and Col, of the 230 Regiment of lege, and barrister of lav, Fellow of ComLight Dragoons-Albemarle Bertie, esq. mon Law, on the foundation of Charles Vice-admiral of the Red Squadron of his Viner, esą, Majesty's Fleet--Sir Henry Russeil, knt. Messrs. Henry Raeburn, Edward Bird, Chief Justice of Bengal--Sir Ewen Baillie, William Westall, and Alfred Edward Chaof Portman-square, in the county of Mid- lon, Associates of the Royal Academy. dlesex, kut. Major-gen. in the army, and late Provisional Commander of the Forces EcclesIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. at Bengal--Barry Close, esq. Major-gen. Rev. W. Preston, Bilton prebend, in York in the service of the Eat India Company Cathedral, vice Dr, Law, Bp. of Chester. -Right Hon. Claudius Stephen Hunter, Rev. Mr. Randolph (son of the Bishop Lord Mayor of London-Frederick John of London), Much Hadham R. Herts, vice Falkiner, of Abbotstown, in the county of Hamilton, deceased, Dublin, esq. with remainder to his ne- Rev. C. Fewtrell, Middleton Scriven-R. phew, John Crosbie, of Killarney, esq. vice Rowley, deceased. -Benjamin Hobhouse, of Chantry.house, Rev. B. Davies, vicar of Stalesfield, in the county of Wilts, and Westbury- Kent, to the Living of Newchurch, vice college, in the county of Gloucester, esq. Stoddart, deccased.
- Stewart Bruce, of the city of Dublin, Rev. Joseph Langley Mills, Chaplain to esg.-John Owen, of Orielton, in the coun- the Forces in the Peninsula. ty of Pembroke, esq.--Jahleel Brenton, Rev. Sbeldon Jodrell, B. A, Saxlingham esq. Post Captain in the Royal Navy with Sharington R. Norfolk. Rev. Hevry Bate Dudley, of Sloane Street, Rev. Bernard Smith, Great Ponton Ro Chelsea, in the county of Middlesex, and Linc. of Kilscoran-house, in the county of Wex
DISPENSATION, ford, Doctor of Laws, and Chancellor of Rev. Wm. Walter, vicar of Abbotsham, the Diocese of Ferns-Gilbert Blane, of to hold the Rectory of, Bideford, Devon. Blanefield, in the county
Ayr, and of Culverlands, in the county of Berks, Doc
Births. tor of Physic, and one of the Physicians Sept. 29. At Palermo, the Right Hon. in Ordinary to his Royal Highness, the Lady Montgomerie, a son. Prince Regent--John Lister Kaye, of Oct. 16. At Muncaster Castle, ScotGrange, in the county of York, esg.---Sir land, Lady Lindsay, a son. Charles Ormsbie, of the City of Dublin, Oct. 18. At Guernsey, the wife of Ma. knt. Æneas Mackintosh, of Mackintosh jor Young, of the 97th, or Queen's own in the shire of Inverness, esq.-George regiment, a son, William Leeds, of Croxton Park, in the Oct. 28. At Wanstead, the wife of T. county of Cambridge, esq.-William Curtis, esq: a darghter. Knigbton, of Hanover-square, in the Oct. 29. In Grosvenor-square, the wife county of Middlesex, Doctor of Physic, of Edward Hartopr, esq. of Dalby House, and one of the Physiciaus in Ordinary co. Leicester, a sou. to bis Royal Highness the Prince Regent At Whitchurch, co. Hereford, the wife
-George Jackson, of Forkhillan, in the of A. G. Hesilrige, esq. of Noseley-hall, county of Armagh, esq.--Everard Home, co, Leicester, a sun and heir,
esq. M. D.
Lately, In Hertford-street, Lady H. Lately, Dr. Robinson, of Finsbury-place, Fitzroy, a daughter.
to Eliza, daughter of the late Benj. Good, In Berkeley-square, the lady of the esq. of Worcester. Hon. Lawrence Sullivan, a son.
Capt. Welby, 2d Life guards, son of In Soho-square, the wife of M. White, Sir Wm. W. bart. to Mrs. Penton, widow esq. M. P. a son, being her 15th child, of the late Henry P. esq. formerly M. P.
The wife of Dr. Dickson, Physician to for Winchester, &c. the Fleet, a daughter,
Capt. J. Pits, 43d reg. to the eldest daughs At Montreal, Kent, the seat of her bro. ter of J. Phillips, esq. vice-consulat Belem, ther, Lord Amherst, the wife of John Hale, Rev. J. C. Townshend, rector of Alker, esq. deputy paymaster-general at Que- ton, Oxon. to Miss Young. bec, a son.
Rev. T. Belgrave, rector of North Kil. At Grove-place, Hants, the wife of Ma- worth, co. Leicester, to Maria, widow of jor-general Oswald, a daughter.
the late J. H. Holmes, esq. and daughter At Banskfee-house, co. Gloucester, the of Rev. Chas. Chambers, rector of South wife of M. B. Hicks Beach, esq. a dau. Kilwortb.
At Brighton, the lady of General Sir Geo. Keene, esq. of Stafford, to Sarah, Robert Wilson, a son.
daughter of the late Archibald Campbell, At Killerton, the lady of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, bart. a son.
T. Waring, esg. of Edwardstone grove, At Castlemartyr, Ireland, the Countess to the only daughter of J. Hanmer, esq. of Shannon, a daughter.
of Holbrook-hall, Suffolk. Nov. 0. In Hertford-street, the Countess At Dublin, Sir Harcourt Lees, bart. to of .Clonmell, a daughter.
Sophia, daughter of the late Col. Lyster, The wife of John Simpson, esq. of Fair- of Grange, co. Roscommon. lawn, Kent, a son and heir.
(Nov. 2. At Gibraltar, A. W. Court, of Nov. 8. At Viscount Curzon's, Davies- Mogadore, to Mrs. Spence, widow of the street, the lady of the Hon. Robert Curzon, late T. S. esq. of H. M. S. San Juan.
At Hastings, T. E. M. Turton, esq. only Nov. 9. Mrs. Joseph Buckler, of New- son of Sir T. T. bart. 'to Louisa, second man-street, a son and heir.
daughter of Major-gen. Browne, of the Nov. 13. In Little Stanhope-street, the Sussex district. wife of Lieut.-col. Edwards, a son.
Noo. 4. Tho. Chas. Hornyoid, esq. of In King's Arms.yard, the wife of John Hanley Castle, son of Thomas H. esq. of Thornton, esq. a daughter.
Blackmore-park, co, Worcester, to Brid,
get Mary, youngest daughter of John MARRIAGES.
Webbe Weston, esq. Sutton-place, Surrey. Sept. 30. At Paris (according to the Nov. 7. Win. Irving, esq. of Great forms of the Churches of England and George-street, Westminster, to Sarah, only Rome), the Baron Mourin, general of daughter of Richard Burlton, esq. of Leo. brigade, to the daughter of the late Mar- minster, co. Hereford. tin Martin, esg. of Lockasog, N. B.
At Clapham, Major Fyers, R. A, to Oct. 20. At Gibraltar, Viscount Malpas, Frances, fourth daughter of J. Bolland, eldest son of the Earl of Cholmondeley, to esq. of Clapham. Caroline, second daughter of his Excel- Major N, Cameron, 79th, or Cameron lency Lieuto-gen. Campbell, Lieutenant- Highlanders, to Lætitia Pryce, only daugh? governor.
ter of Rev. J. P. Curry, of St. Brides, co, Oct. 22. At Bonnington Lodge, Scot- "Pembroke. land, Lieut.-col. Napier, 52d reg. to Mar- Nov. 9. At Edinburgh, the Hon. Adole garet, daughter of J. Craig, esq.
phus Tournour, to Jessie, second daugh, At Templemore, Antrim, D. J. Webb, ter of F. Dewar, esq. esq. to the Hon. Miss Monck, sister of At Landilo, J. Hensleigh Allen, esq. of Viscount Monck.
Cresselly, co. Pembroke, to Gertrude, Francis Magan, esq. of Streamstown, youngest daughter of Lord Robert Sey, Westmeath, eldest son of T. M. esq. of mour, of Jaltaris. Emo, to Margaret Strong Hussey, eldest Nov. 10. J. M. Lloyd, esq. M. P. for daughter of Gerald Strong H. esq, of Steyning, to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Westown, co. Dublin.
Rev. Colston Carr, of Ealing. Oct. 24. At Chelsea, S. Wall, esg. Lieut.- At Daresbury, Cheshire, Rev. Peter colonel of the Worcester local militia, to Leigh, rector of a Mediety of Lymm, to Eliza, youngest daughter and coheiress Mary, youngest daughter of Rev. Dr. of the late J. Binns, esq. banker, Leeds. Blackburne, warden of the Collegiate
Rey, G. Wheeler, of Staple Ashton, church, Manchester. Wilts, to Margaret, second daughter of Nov. 19. At St. George's, Hanover, the late C, Domville, esq. of Santry-house, square, Lieut. col. Warre, aid-de-camp co. Dublin.
to Sir W. C. Beresford, to Selina Anne, Oct. 30. James Davison,esq. of Chiswick, youngest daughter of the late C. T. Ma to Miss Duncan, of Drury-lane Theatre:ļing, esq:
friend and amiable Mistress to her last Mr. URBAN, Toddenham, Oct. 15. home! Eight poor men, cloathed in mourn
It is a melancholy reflection, that “ the ing by the direction of the deceased, bad righteous die, and few lay it to heart." I the mournful honour of carrying her from am led to this reflection by the recent the church-yard to her silent grave !--The death of the late Mrs. Ingram, of Little funeral service was read by the Rev. GilWolford, Warwickshire; a venerable and bert Malcolm, the new rector of Toddenmost respectable old lady. --I have no ham, who, if I am not much mistaken, will fondness for extravagant eulogies on the prove a solid ornament to the Church of dead; nor have I any taste or talent for England, and a blessing to this village in modern panegyrick. On the contrary, ! particular.
ANNE CLARKS.' have on some occasions been compelled to sigh-"Oh! how mis-stated on their Jan.... At Batavia, a victim to the up Hattering tombs!”-In justice, however, to healthiness of the climate, aged 27, Mr. Mrs. Ingram, whom I have had the honour T. Morley, youngest son of the late Mr. of personally knowing, and in grateful re- David Hatton Morley, of Cockspur-street. membrance of the kind and polite atten- Feb....On board H. M. ship Samarang, tions which she has repeatedly shewn me, in the East Indies, in his 22d year, Lieu I feel inclined to offer my humble aid, in tenant G. Cunningham, R. N. son of the embalming her memory in your pages, by late Sir W. C. bart, of Robertland. giving you a brief description of a few March 12. At Samarang, in the Island traits of her amiable character. Mrs. In- of Java, Billington Loftie, esq. surgeon gram was a wounan of superior and refined son of the late Rev. J. L. of Canterbury. understanding ; polished by education and April 30. Drowned whilst bathing, at an intimate intercourse with the higher Vizagapatam, in his 21st year, W. P. ranks. Her penetrating mind was stored Larking, esq. having been two years in with a general knowledge of men and books; the East-India Company's civil service, and her manners were elegant and accom- on the Madras establishment. plished. She conversed with ease, good Early in the spring, at Java, a sacrisense, and pleasantness,on various subjects. fiee to the pernicious climate of that She was affable and condescending to her country, Capt. Thomas Englestone, R. N. inferiors; kind and charitable to the poor; commander of H. M. ship Procris, a deand a generous landlady to her tenants. serving young officer. She loved society to her very heart: and
May 8. At Calcutta, (at J. Palmer's, it evidently appeared to be her happy ele- esq.) J. Barton, esą, of the East-India ment. Nevertheless, although she was so Company's service. well calculated for the happiness and du- June 11. On his passage froin Calcutta ties of social life, yet a mysterious and in- to Madras, Charles Whalley, esq, scrutable Providence appointed her a dif- June ... On the Madras establishment, ferent station, namely, that of a single life. Lieut. Thomas Ivie, 25th reg. Native inMrs. Ingram was never married; but the fantry; youngest son of the late John L. propriety and rectitude of her conduct esq. of Glastonbury, Somerset. have made her a high honour to the vestal July 22. At the battle of Salamanca, state. , I have been informed, that, once Lieut-col. Barlow. The Prince Regent, in her youth, she was on the eve of mar. in addition to the usual pension, has setriage, and every preparation made for the tled 2501. per annum on his widow. blissful union—when the object of her af.
Sept. 16. At Salamanca, Lieut, A, fection was suddenly suatched from her; Thompson, 27th foot. not by a rival beauty, but by lhe Tyrant Sept. 21. At Bologna, M. Zambeccari. Death! So that if she was not the happy, He had, accompanied by a friend, ascendeel nor “ the mourning bricie," she was, doubt- in a balloon, which on its descent became less, the mourning virgin. But I do not entangled in the branches of a high tree, youch for the authenticity of this anecdote: and before it could be disengaged, caught I give it as I received it; from no official fire. The two aëronauts leaped out, and source.-Mrs. Ingram died on the 5th inst. M. 2. was killed on the spot. M. Boin the 75th year of her age, after a very noga, his friend, survived, though some short illness, while on a visit at her brother- of his limbs were broken. in-law's, Michael Wodhall, esq. at Then- At Manheim, Bittorf, the mechaniciạo. ford; and on Monday last, she was buried He ascended in a balloon, and perceived, in the chancel at Church or Great Wolford, when too late, that it was damaged, and where a long race of her antient and high- had no other resource than to open the ly-respectable family are interred. The valve. The balloon descended with excorpse was conveyed in a hearse, attended treme velocity; the inflammable matter by a mourning coach to her own door; took fire; the shreds of the balloon fell where her tenants, &c. were waiting to fol- upon Bittorf's head and breast, which lont, with affectionate regret, their beloved were much burat. Suddenly the crazy vehicle struck on the roof of a house, from strong humour, as well as precision in the which he was precipitated, and died the dialect. Indeed, it is hardly enough to next day in great agony.
say that he was devoid of grace, as his ac7. Sept. 23. At Arolsen, in his 68th year, tion was remarkable for peculiarity, and the Prince of Waldeck. !
a rough disreçard of all clegance and dig. Sept. 26. At New York, of a dropsy, nity of demeanour. However, he was sn his 57th year, Mr. George Frederick an original perforiner. The merit he posCooke, the celebrated Tragedian. Mr. sessed was founded on observation and Cooke was born at Berwick-upon-Tweed, experience, and his acting displayed, in and brought up as a printer; but, having parts suitable to his abilities and habits, been induced to play Horatio in Hamlet, a vigorous spirit and accuracy that gave the approbation he received induced bim the energy of nature to his performances. to give up his profession, and apply him- Altogether, he possessed a considerable self to the stage. His first appearance share of merit; and it will be a very diffiwas at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, in cult matter to fill tire space which he has the character of Castalio, for the benefit of left in the theatrical world. Mrs. Massey, the wife of Mr. M. who Oct. 2. Miss Sarah Withycombe, of was ane of the famous club of that period, Marshwood, Somerset; and on the same called “ Choice Spirits,” an association day her nephew, the only son of Mr. with George Alexander Stevens, Neu Shu- Gibbs, of West Bagborcugh. ter, Harry Howard, Mr. Rooker, &c. In At Ludlow, Edward Holland Hamilton, 1794, he was engaged by Mr. Daly, then youngest son of the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. H.
the manager of the Dublin Theatre, to At St. Helier's, Isle of Jersey, James i lead the business of the Theatre, at a Amice Lempriere, esg. very considerable salary. In 1797, he
At Burgos, in consequence of wounds was re-engaged by Mr. Jones, the suc- received at the siege of the castle of Burceeding manager, for three years, at an gos, Capt. Donald Williamson, 42d reg. advanced salary. On the termination of foot, eldest son of Lieut.-col. W. of Banthis treaty, he was invited to Covent-gar- niskirk, inspecting field-officer of volunder Theatre by Mr. Harris, sen. where be teers for the Northern district. A few made his first appearance Oct. 31, 1800, days before his death, by the recommenin Richard the Third; and his reception dation of Marquis Wellington, the Prince by a London audience was so enthusias. Regent conferred upon him the brevet tically expressed, that Mr. Harris not rank of major.; He did not survive long only increased his arranged salary, but enough to be informed of this gratifying gave him a benefit free of all expence. Nor proof of the estimation in which his conwas tbis generosity upon the part of Mr. duct and services were held. The ColoH. unduly appreciated by Mr. Cooke, as nel's only other son, Capt. W. of the 94th, it was his habit to fill a bumper to the fell at the head of the grenadiers of that health and felicity of that respectable gen- regiment, in the storming of Ciudad Roo tlemany in those moments of intempe- drigo, ou the 19th of Januarya last. yuce, when the cunding of the heart has Killed by a grape-shot, in attempting no influence over the language of the to save one of the last Baltic convoy that tongue. Mr. Cooke married, a few years had been driven ashore on the Island of ago, a lady of respectable family; which Langland, in the Great Belt, Mr. Wm. terminated unhappily, as migbt be ex- Neales, midshipman of H. M. ship Cres. pected, from his dissolute habits. Not cent, son of Mr. W.N. of Plymouth. He long afterwards, he accepted an invitation had handsomely volunteered on tbis ser. to America, where he married a second vice; and finding it impossible to get the time; and exhibited his theatrical talents ship off, had succeeded in setting her on at the principal theatres, at New York, fire; but, as he was pushing off with his Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and brave comrades, the Enemy brought down Charleston. His remains were follow. several field-pieces, by the fire of which ed to the grave not only by his thea- he and four others lost their lives. trical, brethren, but by many respectable Oct. 3. Aged 46, Catharine, wife of jnhabitants of the city.-As an actor, his Mr. R. H. Kendall, formerly of Ludgatemerits and defects are too well known to street. require any particular comment. It may, lu Kennington-lane, Surrey, in his 71st however, be observed, that altogether his year, Mr. Isaac Grigg, father of Mr. talents were confined, and such as hardly F. H.G. Bristol: a man whose strict injustified the popularity which attended tegrity, general benevolence and affability, bim. He was very deficient in taste, and ensured him very general esteem. wholly devoid, of grace. In characters At Stratton Park, Hants, Mary, eldest drawn with energy, and which required daughter of Sir Thomas Bariuy, bart. and bitter sarcasm in the detail, he was very niece of Alexander Baring M.P. successful, as was evident in his Sir Archy i At Froyle, Mrs. Watkins, Felict of the and Sir Pertinax, in which he displayed late Rev. Geo. W.