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CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE.

Page.

Born,

Died.

Admiral Sir Robert Calder, K. B. and Bart.
Mr. Alderman Combe
Sir Richard Musgrave, Bart.
John Palmer, Esq.
Patrick Brydone, Esq.
George Wilson Meadley, Esq.
Mrs. Billington, (Madame de Felessent)
Colonel Tatham
Sir Philip Francis, K. B.
Major Scott Waring, Ex M. P.
Dr. Wolcot, (Peter Pindar)
Henry Constantine Jennings, Esq. the

Antiquary
Professor Playfair
James Watt, Esq.
Sir Henry Tempest, Bt.
Aaron Graham, Esq.

1 1745 1818 20 1752 1818 34 1757 1818 65 | 1742 1818 85 1741 1818 112 1774 | 1818 138 1769 | 1818 149

1752 1819 169 1740 1819 235 1737 1819 263 1738 1819 326 1761 1819 371 1749 1819 391 1735 1819 400 1752 1819 402 1753 1818

NEGLECTED BIOGRAPHY.

Abp. of Tuam
Samuel Lysons, Esq.
James Forbes, Esq.
H. P. Wyndham
Lord Bishop of Peterborough
Right Hon. Lord Walsingham

423 424 425 427 428 434

1743 1763 1749 1736 1761 1748

1819 1819 1819 1819 1819 1818

ALPHABETICAL TABLE.

Page BILLINGTON, Mrs.

138 Brydone, Patrick, Esq.

85 Calder, Admiral Sir Robert, K.B. and Bart.

1 Combe, Mr. Alderman

20 Forbes, James, Esq. F.R.S. F. A. S.

425 Francis, Sir Philip, K. B.

169 Graham, Aaron, Esq.

402 Jennings, Henry Constantine, Esq. the celebrated Antiquary

326 Lysons, Samuel, Esq. F. R. S. F. A. S.

424 Meadley, George Wilson, Esq.

112 Musgrave, Sir Richard, Bart.

34 Palmer John, Esq.

65 Peterborough, Lord Bp. of

428 Playfair, Professor

371 Scot Waring, Major, Ex M. P.

235 Tatham, Colonel

149 Tempest, Sir Henry, Bart.

400 Tuam, His Grace the Abp. of

423 Walsingham, Lord

434 Watt, James, Esq.

391 Wolcot, Dr. (Peter Pindar)

263 Wyndham, Henry P. Esq.

427

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THE

ANNUAL

BIOGRAPHY AND OBITUARY,

OF

1819.

PART I.

MEMOIRS OF CELEBRATED MEN, WHO HAVE

DIED WITHIN THE YEARS 1818-1819.

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ADMIRAL SIR ROBERT CALDER, KNT. AND BART.

OF SOUTHWICK, IN THE COUNTY OF HANTS.

The Calders of Muirtown, in the county of Moray, NorthBritain, can boast of considerable antiquity on the score of descent. We are told by Shaw, in his History of Moray (4to. p. 113.) that the " surname is local, and that the family has been among

the most ancient, and the most considerable in the North About the year 1040,” continues he, “ the tyrant

VOL. IV.

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