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April 24. At Kennington-cross, aged 76, the widow of R. Ballard, esq. of Southampton.
At South Lambeth, aged 72, Mrs. Ann Margaret Felton.
At Blackheath, aged 18, Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of Mr. F. Heisch, America-8q. April 25. In George-st. Portman-sq. Ann, eldest dau. of late Rev. J. French, of Stratford-le-Bow.
In Lower Brook-st. aged one year, Debonnaire, youngest dau. of P. Heskett Fleetwood, esq. of Rossall-hall, Lancashire. Aged 78, at Highgate, J. Cook, esq. of the Navy Office.
April 26. In Upper York-st. Bryanstone-sq. aged 24, John Smith. esq. B.A. of Queen's College, Oxford.
At Hampstead, aged 6, Sidney-Rowland, 3d son of Tho. Roper, esq.
April 27. In Millman-st. aged 71, riett, widow of the Rev. Robert Lewis, Rector of Chingford, Essex, who died Dec. 28, 1827 (see our vol. xcvIII. i. 91); and previously of John Paul Berthon, esq.
In New North-st. Red Lion-sq. aged 78, J. Dickinson, esq.
April 30. At Brompton, aged 73, John Groome, esq.
By throwing himself from the parapet of Waterloo Bridge, aged 60, John Pond, esq. formerly of E. I. Co.'s service. His derangement of mind was attributed to a favourite nephew's departure for India.
Lately. In Grafton-st. Rosina, wife of Robert Parnther, esq. a lady well-known in the beau monde. She died from an operation performed on her about a fortnight before, for an extraordinary swelling, or rather hony substance, which had for nearly two years been gradually increasing at the lower part of the skull, near the neck. The operation lasted half an hour, during which the surgeons were sawing through this ossification.
Aged 11, Mary, dau. of Win. Wynne, esq. of Camberwell, granddau. of the Rev. R. Wright, of Itchen Abbas, near Winchester.
Aged 52, Daniel Jenner, esq. late of Cricklade.
Aged 40, Barton Wilkinson, esq. surgeon, sou of the late James Wilkimson, esq. of Shalfleet Parsonage, I. W.
In Upper Brook-st. Marianne, eldest dau. of M. Bruce, esq. and Lady Parker.
In Connaught-pl. aged 7, Wm. Harcourt, 4th son of Sir Robt. Wigram, Bart.
May 1. At Bayswater, the wife of Sir Robert Graham, late a Baron of the Exchequer.
May 2. Louisa, wife of Tho. Lane, esq. of Upper Bedford-pl.
May 3. In Regent-st. aged 17, John Gladstone, eldest son of J. P. Larkins, esq. late of Bengal civil service.
Aged 20, Matilda-Jessey, 5th dau. of Chas. Battye, esq. of Kensington Gure.
In Russell-sq. aged 57, Philip Weston Wood, esq., brother of Mr. Ald. Wood.
J. Wyatt, esq. of Southampton-place. May 4. Aged 29, Sarah, wife of P. Morrison, of Spencer-st. Northampton-sq.
May 6. Aged 25, Emily, wife of Wm. H. Harford, esq. and dau. of the late John King, esq. of Grosvenor-pl.
In Maddox-st. Lieut.-Col. Richard-Alexander Cruise, h. p. unatt. 4th son of Rd. C. esq. of Ruhood, co. Meath. He attained the rank of Lieut.-Col. in 1826.
May 7. In Portland-pl. aged 67, John Hornby, esq. of the Hook, near Tichfield. May 8. In Charlotte-st. Portland-pl. aged 78, Mrs. Elizabeth Ward.
At Southwood-house, Highgate, Mrs. Charlotte Longinan, sister to T. N. Longman, esq. of Paternoster-row, and Hampstead. At Spring-garden Terrace, aged 88, Eliz. widow of the late Gen. Rochfort, RI. Art.
May 9. At an advanced age, Mrs. Portia Young, sister of Sir W. Young, Bart. late Governor of the island of Tobago, and dau. of the late Sir W. Young, Bart. of Delaford, near Iver, in the county of Bucks.
May 10. At Park-crescent, Portland-pl. aged 15 months, Duncan, youngest son of Ralph Bernal, esq. M.P.
May 11. Frances Johnstone, widow of Joseph Sherburne, esq. of the Bengal civil establ., and niece to the late Lord Kinnaird. In Broad-st. buildings, aged 72, John Saunderson, esq.
In Kentish Town, aged 78, Henry Coxwell, esq.
In Baker-st. aged 83, Mrs. C. Anderson. May 12. At Greenwich, aged 37, Albany-Howard Wilson, esq. Lieut. R.N. At Camberwell, aged 72, Tho. Burn, esq. May 13. In Devonshire-pl. aged 51, Charles Bevan, esq.
Aged 77, Samuel Purkis, esq.
May 14. In Lincoln's Inn Fields, Catherine-Delicia, wife of Robert Walters, esq. In Green-st. Grosvenor-sq. aged 48, Ebenezer Sheldon, esq.
May 15. Aged 74, Mrs. F. Baumer, of Albemarle-st.
In Upper Norton-st. aged 16, Arthur, 5th son of the late Thomas Greatorex, esq.
May 16. Aged 69, Neil Black, esq. of Bread-st.
May 17. In Bedford-sq. Charlotte, wife of John S. Gregory, esq. solicitor.
Aged 74, the widow of Joseph Gibbons, esq. of Huntley-st. Torrington sq.
BERKS.-April 20. At the Vicarage, Sutton Courtuey, Anne-Caroline, wife of the Rev. George Andrews.
May 8. At Ditton-house, near Maidenhead, aged 71, Elizabeth, widow of James Brant, esq. At Gazeley,
aged 69, J. W. Cornell, esq CHESTER.-May 9. At Eddisbury, aged
57, James Whittingham, esq. formerly of Earl's Mead, near Bristol.
DEVON.-April 15. Aged 80, Sam. Tremlett, esq. an eminent merchant of Exeter.
April 24. At Exeter, aged 27, Charles Hayman. He lost his sight so young as to have no knowledge of its blessings, and, like many other unfortunates of this description, early became susceptible of the charms of music. He was for years an attendant on the services in the Cathedral, with all parts of which he was perfectly acquainted; and, on hearing their voices, and in many cases even their footsteps, could call all persons belonging to it by name. His memory was most retentive; he entered with ardour into all matters of local and general politics, and in the Courts of Justice, and wherever any thing of a public nature was going on, no matter how great the throng, or inconvenient the pressure, Charles was there, and his descriptions afterwards were highly graphic and marked with the strictest fidelity. From one quarter of the city to the other, he passed alone and readily. He was born and died in the parish of the Holy Trinity, was most inoffensive in his conduct, and beloved by all.
April 27. At Exeter, aged 45, Eleanor Philippa, widow of Lieut.-Col. Charles Paterson, 38th Regt. and 3d dau. of late ViceAdmiral Dacres.
April 29. At Dawlish, aged 76, the widow of Col. Chapman.
At Plymouth, from an accidental fall from the mess-room balcony, Lieut. Coulson, of 73rd regt.
May 2. At the house of her sister, Mrs. M. C. King, of Torquay, Sophia-Stuart, wife of Benj. Sanders, esq. of Farleigh, Hants.
At Tiverton, aged 57,
May 6. dell, solicitor.
Mr. RenMay 11. At Teignmouth, Vevers Robinson, esq.
DORSET.-April 15. At Weymouth, aged 72, T. Tapp, esq. of Dorchester.
April 18. At Dorchester, aged 78, the widow of Thos. Chappell, esq. of Hinton St. George.
April 26. At Lyme Regis, in her 52nd year, Maria-Elizabeth, relict of Major Budden, E. I. Co.'s Service, and dau. of the late John Halsay, esq. of the Council at Bombay.
ESSEX-April 27. At Great Chesterford, aged 19, William, son of Henry Green, esq. a scholar of Jesus college, Cambridge.
May 1. At Saffron Walden, aged 31, Francis Hall, esq. solicitor, town-clerk, and
May 15. At Loughton, aged 68, killed by lightning whilst standing under a tree, David Powell, esq., a magistrate for the county. He was twice married, and has left thirteen children, with a widow, the sister of Samuel Hoare, esq. banker, of Lombard Street.
GLOUCESTER.-April 26. At Belle Vue, near Stroud, Benj. H. Browne, esq. M.D. late Physician to the Forces.
May 4. At Clifton, aged 72, Elizabeth, relict of Rev. William Hoare, vicar-general. of Limerick.
May 4. At Henbury, Samuel Webb, esq. many years a magistrate for the county. May 7. Miss Camplin, daughter of the late John Camplin, esq. and sister to Alderman Camplin, of Bristol.
May 9. Aged 80, John Turner, esq. banker, of Gloucester.
April 27. At West Cowes, Henry, eldest son of A. Kingston, esp. of Shalbourn.
April 28. At Southampton, aged 29, the lady of Alfred G. Gilliat, esq. remains were removed to Clapham, Surrey. At Southampton, aged 70, Mr. Hugh Martin, Merchant, a native of Dublin, and many years a resident of St. Vincent.
Aged 10 months, Grace-Caroline, daughter of Major and Lady Maria Saunderson, of Bordean House, near Petersfield, and granddau, of the late Earl of Carhampton.
At Calshot Castle, after a very long illness, aged 34, Edward Burrard, Captain 3rd light dragoons, brother to Sir Charles Burrard, Bart. He was the fifth son of the late Lt. Gen. Sir Harry Burrard, by Hannah, daughter of Harry Darby, esq.
May 9. At Southampton, Anne, widow of the Rev. Johu Arnold Bromfield, Rector of Market Weston, Suffolk, and daughter of the late Sir Henry Gott, of Newland, Bucks.
HERTS.-April 14. At Stock House, near Berkhampstead, in her 75th year, Harriet, widow of James Gordon, esq. of Hill-st. Berkeley-sq., Moor Place, Herts, and Portbury, Somerset.
KENT.-Feb. 9. At Sandgate, Joseph Dimsdale, esq. of Coruhili, banker, and of Upton, Essex. He married, Dec. 5, 1811, the only daughter of Mr. Joseph Cockfield, the writer of the series of letters published in the fifth volume of Mr. Nichols's Literary Illustrations of the Eighteenth Century.
April 4. Of cholera, a few hours only after the commencement of the attack, J. Marshall, esq. Mayor of Queenborough.
April 7. At Sandgate, in her 14th year, Clara, youngest dau. of late Robert Nicholas, esq of Ashton Keynes, late Chairman of the Board of Excise.
Lately. Accidentally drowned off Hythe, while cruising in H. M. revenue cutter Defence, aged 22, Mr. Hugh Hughes, son of Dr. Hughes, of Plymouth.
May 7. At the house of her brother, the Rev. S. Sanderson, Sydenham, Charlotte, dau. of the Rev. Alfred Sanderson, Vicar of Aston-Blanc, Gloucestershire.
May 9. At Charlton, Kent, Lady Smith, wife of Lieut.-Gen. Sir John Smith, R.A. LANCASHIRE. Lately. At Manchester, Elizabeth, wife of R. Smith, esq. and dau. of the late E. Turner, esq. banker, of Truro. May 9. At Davyhulme-hall, aged 22, Henry, eldest son of Robert J. J. Norreys, esq.
LINCOLNSHIRE. May 1. At Boston, aged 41, Thos. Lushington Edwards, esq. collector of the Customs.
NORFOLK. April 15. At Lynn, the wife of Win. Swatman, esq. collector of the Customs, and dau. of Wm. Lane, who formerly held the same situation. Her mother is recently deceased at Bath.
Lately. At Illeringham, aged 77, Rob. Copeman, esq.
May 16. At Lynn, R. Green, esq. an Alderman of that borough.
NORTHAMPTON.-April 17. At Preston Capes, in his 82nd year, Mr. Edward Harris, upwards of 50 years master of the Free School.
NORTHUMBERLAND.-April 18. At Newcastle, aged 81, Matthew Carr, esq. Lately. Near Newcastle, Lieut. Wm.
May 11. At Newcastle, aged 51, Christopher Cookson, esq. Barrister-at-law, Recorder of Newcastle, and also of Berwickupon-Tweed, fifth son of Isaac Cookson, esq. of Whitehills, near Dublin.
NorTs. April 28. At Nottingham, aged 25, the Rev. Charles Thurman, pastor of the independent church, Ripley, Hants, and late of Homerton-college.
OXON.-April 22. At Headington, aged 55, Mr. Charles Jackson, for many years a teacher of the flute in the University of Oxford.
April 80. At Oxford, aged 77, Wm. Halse, esq. one of the Members of the Corporation. He was elected Common Councilman 1798; Chamberlain (with Mr. Coleman) 1798; and Bailiff (with Mr. Ald. Parsons) 1803.
SALOP.-April 14. At Bicton, HarrietConstantia, widow of Richard Jenkins, esq. and mother of Richard Jenkins, esq. the present M.P. for Shrewsbury.
April 29. At Meertown, aged 84, Samuel Partridge, esq.
Lately. At Shrewsbury, aged 78, Joseph Sutton, esq. surgeon extraordinary to the Salop Infirmary.
At Ludlow, aged 31, Margaret, wife of the Rev. P. Whitcombe, and eldest dau. of the Rev. Mr. Evans, of Kingsland, Herefordshire.
SOMERSET.-April 2. At Weare, aged 100 years, Mr. Jas. Pyther, better known by the name of Daddy Red Cap; who vended butter in Bristol market for upwards of 80 years. He has left behind him four generations.
April 13. Aged 78, Robert Clement, esq. of Bath, formerly banker of that city. April 19. At Yeovil, aged 86, Wm. Row, esq. of Lyde.
STAFFORD.-April 18. At Madeley manor-house, in his 50th year, Foster Cunliffe Offley, esq. M.P. for Chester, eldest son and heir apparent of Sir Foster Cunliffe, Bart. He was returned to Parliament in 1831, and rechosen at the last election. He married April 19, 1809, the Hon. Emma Crewe, only sister to the present Lord Crewe, in memory of whose lineal paternal ancestors he took the name of Offley; but had no family.
SUFFOLK.-April 9. At Tostock, aged 58, Orbell Ray, esq. eldest son of the late Rev. Orbell Ray (see our vol. XCIX. ii. 187). April 24. At Binsgay, the widow of
May 15. Thomas Gin, miller, of Parkham, having entered on the 100th year of his age the day of his death.
SURREY.-May 17. At Wimbledon, aged 56, John Samuel Hudson, esq. uncle to Sir George Joseph Palmer, Bart. of Wanlip, co. Leicester. He was the fourth and youngest son of Sir Charles Grave Hudson, the first Bart. of that place, by his first wife Cathe rine-Susannah, eldest dau. and coheir of Henry Palmer, of Wanlip, esq.
SUSSEX.-April 16. Aged 87, Sir Henry Blackburn. He was knighted when Constable of Lewes, on presenting an address to the King, in May, 1782.
April 19. At Brighton, the Hon. Caroline-Anne Hughes, dau. of Lord Dinorben.
April 21. At Hastings, aged 70, MariaTheresa, wife of Sir James Craufurd, of Kilbirney, co. Stirling, Bart. and aunt to Lord Viscount Gage. She was born April 4, 1762, the eldest dau. of General the Hon. Thomas Gage, by Margaret, dau. of Peter Kemble, esq.; was married March 2, 1792, to Sir James Craufurd, by whom she has left a son and heir. Her Ladyship had survived her next sister, Lady Blake, exactly three months (see pp. 188, 462).
At Chichester, aged 32, Eliz.-Catharine, dau. of the late Capt. William Blackwell, R. Eng.
April 23. At Hartfield, in her 48th year, Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. J. Jowett, Rector of Silk Willoughby, Lincolnshire. April 25. At Worthing, aged 62, Wm. Bryan, esq.
WARWICK.-April 23. At Leamington, Eliz.-Sarah, wife of Sir Peter Payne, Bart. M.P. of Knuston-hall, Northamptonshire. She was the only dau. of Samuel Steward, esq. was married in 1789, aud has left a numerous family.
May 7. At Warwick, aged 15, CharlesWm. youngest son of Colonel Acklom. May 13. At Nuneaton, aged 84, Mr. Thomas Onion. WILTS-March 30. At Broad Hinton, in her 30th year, Mary, wife of Mr. Wm. Ruddle Brown. She was married March 21, 1822, and died at the birth of her second child. WORCESTER. Lately. Aged 28, Mr. Thos. Eaton, jun. bookseller, of Worcester. YORK.-April 20. Aged 51, Richard Waterworth, esq. of Bowthorpe, near Howden. Also, within a fortnight of their parent's death, Moram, his eldest son, and Alice, his youngest daughter.
At Hull, aged 88, John West, esq. May 11. At Little Danby, near Northallerton, aged 73, John Masterman, esq.
At York, Elizabeth, second dau. of RearAdmiral Hugh Robinson.
May 15. Aged 90, Elizabeth, widow of Christopher Harrison, esq.
SCOTLAND.-March. Drowned, in riding across Solway Frith, Capt. William St. Clair Wemyss. His horse swam to the shore; but his faithful dog remained at his side, and eventually perished with him.
March 17. At Ladyrig, aged 41, Lieut. Andrew Robertson, on half-pay of late 94th regt. or Scotch brigade, in which he served during the whole of the Peninsular war.
April 17. At Perth, the wife of Capt. Archibald Campbell, late 99th regt.
IRELAND.-Feb. 21. At Cork barracks, Major Thomas Hill, formerly Brigade Major at Waterford, and for 15 years District Adjutant at Cork.
Feb. 22. At Bannow, co. Wexford, Col. Boyce, late of the 13th light dragoons.
March 11. Aged 72, Lewis Mosse, esq. of Belgrove, one of the oldest Magistrates and Jurors in the Queen's county.
March 24. At Booterstown, aged 81, Lieut.-Col. John Edwards, of Old Court, Bray, co. Wicklow.
April 5. At Mountcharles, co. Donegal, Lieut.-General John Hughes, of Balkissock. He was appointed Ensign in the 33d foot 1779, and Lieut. in the same 1781, and served for seven years in the East Indies; but, returning in 1787 in ill health, he entered the life guards, in which he was appointed a supernumerary Major in 1794, and a Colonel in the 60th foot 1798. He attained the brevet rank of Colonel 1808, of Major-Gen. 1811, and Lieut.-Gen. 1821.
April 7. At Cork, Lieut. Francis-Milner Barry, half pay 83d regiment, only brother of the late Dr. Milner Barry, of that city. He was engaged in the principal ac
tions of the Peninsular war, and received wounds at the battles of Talavera and Nivelle, and siege of Badajoz.
April 11. In Dublin, in his 80th year, Col. Charles Handfield, of Hermitage, near Lucan, for 24 years Commissary-general of Ireland. He was the youngest and last surviving son of Lieut.-Col. John Handfield, who commanded the 40th foot at the siege of Louisbourg. He was appointed Ensign in the 22d 1egiment 1769, Lieut. 1772, Capt. and Lieut. in the same corps 1780, Lieut.-Col. in the 89th 1793, and Colonel
in the army 1797. He has left one son, Capt. Edward Handfield, R.N. and seven daughters.
April 11. At Cork, the widow of Lieut.Col. Nagle.
April 17. At Mountpleasant, near Ranelagh, aged 66, Wilhelmina, widow of the Very Rev. Walter Blake Kirwan, A.M. the celebrated Dean of Killalla, fifth dau. of Goddard Richards, late of Grange, co. Wexford, esq.
April 19. At Mount Henry, co. Wexford, Gabriel Rice Richmond, esq. Inspector of Military Hospitals.
Lately. At Cork, Sir H. Browne Hayes, Knt. He served many years at Botany Bay a commuted sentence for the abduction of the rich Quakeress, Miss Pike, of Cork; and was twice shipwrecked. Since his return to Cork, he lived retired.
At Derrycarn, co. Leitrin., the seat of her brother, Anna, dau. of the late Mathew Nisbett, esq.
At Kilmaden, co. Waterford, J. Backas, who would have been 105 in June. retained his understanding to the last. A few months ago he was employed driving cattle, and until within the last six years he worked at his ordinary occupation of tilling the ground.
In Cork, Capt. W. Lloyd, R.N.
At Rockforest, Cork, aged 73, Isabella, widow of Sir J. L. Cotter, Bart. She was a daughter of the Rev. James Hingston, of Aglis, co. Cork, was married first to George Brereton, esq. of co. Carlow, and afterwards became the second wife of Sir J. L. Cotter.
May 10. At Dublin, Mrs. Moore, mother of the illustrious Poet. Her intellect was of the highest order, and it is stated to have been a fixed rule with Mr. Moore, to write twice a week to her.
ABROAD.-Nov. 16. At Prince of Wales' Island, Thomas Reginald Colman Mantell, Capt. 48th Madras N. I., eldest son of the late Rev. Thomas Mantell, Rector of Frensham, Surrey, and only brother of the Rev. E. R. Mantell, Vicar of Louth.
Dec. 23. At Lima, South America, aged 40, Thomas Templeman, jun.. eldest son of Thomas Templeman, esq. of Ramsgate.
Feb. 4. Drowned, in crossing the Fish River, near the Cape of Good Hope, Lieut, Adye, 98th regt.
Bill of Mortality.-Markets.-Prices of Shares.
Feb. 26. At Surinam, Arthur Farwell,
March 10. At Gibraltar, Capt. George
Lately. At Rouen, where he was resi-
At Potorski, on the frontiers of Lithua
nia, Demetrius Grabousky, at the patriarchal age of 169 years.
At Paris, of the cholera morbus, M. de Chauveliu, of diplomatic fame, who commenced his career by an embassy to England in an early stage of the French Revolution, when Louis XVI. was vacillating between a constitutional monarchy and annihilation.
April 2. At Montreal, Lower Canada, Amelia, third dau. of William Maitland, esq. late of Exeter.
BILL OF MORTALITY, from April 25 to May 22, 1832.
AVERAGE PRICE OF CORN, by which the Duty is regulated till May 30.
SMITHFIELD, May 23.
Straw 1l. 13s. to 14. 18s. Clover 41. 15s. to 6l. Oʻ.
To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs.
3s. 2d. to 3s. 10.
Sheep and Lambs 17,930 Pigs 150
COAL MARKET, May 28.-Wallsends, from 19s. Od. to 21s. 3d. per ton.
Other sorts from 16s. 6d. to 19s. 3d.
TALLOW, per cwt.-Town Tallow, 52s. Od. Yellow Russia, 46s. Od.
PRICES OF SHARES, May 28, 1832,
At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, Change Alley, Cornhill.
Kennet and Avon, 254.--Leeds and Liverpool, 425.-Regent's, 174.-Rochdale, 81.-
and Manchester Railway, 200.
sex, 72. - Globe Insurance, 136.-
Guardian, 26.- -Hope, 54- - Chartered -Phoenix ditto, 24 pm.- -Independent, 39.
General United, 13 dis.- -Canada Land Company, 494-Reversionary Interest, 110.
For prices of all other Shares, inquire as above.