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North Shields, surgeon, to Eliza, youngest Died.] At Market Drayton, Rich. Wars
daughter of the Rev. M. Manners.--Captain ren, esq. Ise of Wootton Collage, near Eco
Thos. Barras, of the John, of that port, to cleshall, 85.
Miss Marg. Jetson, of Haltwhistle.--Captain At Shrewsbury, the Rev. Sit John T.
John Day, to Mary, daughter of Mr. P. Cholmondeley Edwardes, bart, rector of
Henzell.-Captain John Hall, of the 21st, or Frodesley, 52.-Mr. L. Gianna.
Scots Fusileers, to Catherine, daughter of At Oswestiy, Mrs. Wild, 86.
Lieut, Bell, late of the oth Veteran Battalion, At Eliesmere, John Rowlandšzi esq.-Mrs,

Died.) At Newcastle, Mr. John Brown, Pugh.
67.–The wife of Mr. John Stamp, ship At Oaken, J. Wood, esq.
owner, 74.-Mr. Fred. Horn, late a Lieute At Allcaston, Mr. Wm. Lewis, 98.
nant in the 1st Dragoon Guards, 22.-Mrs.
Hewitson, wife of Middleton, H. esq.

Murried.] Ai Clifton, Arch. Armstrong, At Ovington, Mr. Dan. Dawson, school esq. to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Thos. master, 25.

Warner, esq. Near Wolsingham, J. W. Drummond, Jas. Dobson, esq. of the Fishponds, near esg. 30.

Bristol, to Mary, youngest daughter of Rob. At Clcadon, Mrs. Dale, wife of Edw. D. Henderson, esq. of Chapel House, near Bath. cs4.

At Bath, Viscount Mount Earl, to Mrs. Ac Belford, Mr. Jas. Scrowther, of the Blennerhasset, widow of Col. B.-General Black Swan inni, 46.

Donkin, to Miss Crewe.
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M. H. Castle, esq. of Clifton, to Frances, Birth.) At Cuckney, the lady of Captain fifth daughter of the late R. H. Boddam, esq. Sir Geo. Eyre, R.N. of a daughter,

formerly governor of Bombay. Married.) At Nottingham, T.N. Champ S. G. Britton, M. D. 10 Jane, only daughney, esq. of Hull, to Anne, youngest daugh- ter of the Rev. T. Hopkins, vicar of Donyat. ter of Mrs. Brocksopp.

Died.] At Ston Easton, Capt. Naish. Died]. At Woodborough, Ann Huck A Bridgewater, Mrs. Austice, wife of nall, 89. She had been married to her sur Rob. A. esq. collector of the customs at that vixing busband 64 years, and had 139 de place. scendants living at the time of her death, At Haselbury, Thos, Barret, esq. captain

At Newark, Ms. Matthew P. Sheppard, in the East Somerset yeomanry cavalry. 72,--Suddenly, G. Wakefield, esq. of Stoke. At Frome, the Rev. Geo. Shawtord, 48

Ai Lenton, Mrs. Maples, wife of Adjutant years an itinerant preacher among the WesM, of the 45th Foot.

leyan methodists, 78. At Firbeck, Mr. Vardy, steward to S. Bar At Mark's Hill, near Bath, Wm. Wait, reft, esq. of Park hill.

105. At Nottingham, Mrs. Hutton.--Mr. Wm. At Bath, Mrs. Moore, sister of the first Richardson, 69,- Mr. Hugh Atherstore, Lord Hawarden.- Sarah, yowigest daughter sen. 70.---Delwrah, wife of Mr. John Gre- of the late Henry Brady, esq. of Limerick, gory, 77.

14.-Mrs. Shipp, widow of Mr. S, she was Al llockley, Mr. Wm. Huddlestone, of the mother of 24 children.- Lieut. gen. Sir the firm of Cole, Huddlestone, and Phipps, Wroth Palmer Acland, K. C. B. colonel comworsted spinners.

mandant of the 1st battalion, 60th foot, 40.OXFORDSHIRE.

Marianne, eldest daughter of John Tomlinson, Married.] At Thame, Mr. Wm. Mun- esq. of Cliffe Vale, Staffordshire, 17.--Charday, to Miss Eliz. Batry.

lotte, wife of Dr. Fraser.- Mrs. Erving, wife At Oxford, Mr. J. R. Barnes, of Mickle- of Cob E.-Mary, relict of Geo. Monkland, ton, Gloucester, to Sarah, second daughter esq. 62. of Mr. Whistler, of the King's Arms inn. At Bristol, Sam. Whitchurch, esq. 65.

Died.) At Oxford, Mis. Tallant, wife of Mr. J. M. Heath, Comptrolling Searcher of Mt. T. of the White Hart inn.-Mr. Thos. the Customs in this port, 31.-Wm. Scaton,'

, Pavier.- John, only son of Mr. Parker, gro esq. 72.-Martha, wife of John Shute, esq.

75.-At the Hot-wells, Anne, widow of Col. Al Great Milton, Mr. Rub. Relcher, 68. Montague, and sister to the late Earl of Bute.

At Ensham, Mr. Giles Attwood, many years munciple of Christ Church, Oxford, The Marquis of Anglesea is about to open 78.

several coal-mines on his estate near Lichfield, At Seanton Harcourt, Mr. Martin Shaylor, which it is hoped, will afford employment to pear 50 years Master of the Free School of a considerable extent, for the labouring that place.

classes in that neighbourhood.

Died.] At Firsbrook, the Rev. Mr. DaMarried.) At Chelwynde, Thos. Adams, venport, upwards of 38 year, curale of Dilesg, of the New House, Newport, to Miss horne, and 15 years of Fulford, 62. Walker, of Market Drayton.

At Spring Vale, M6. Thos Bakewell, father 4. Osvestry, Mr. Thos, Ireland, of Shel- of Mr. B. of Spring Vale Asylum foi lur.. rock, 10 Miss Lacon,

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274 Lincoln--Monmouth-Norfolk--Northampton-- Northumberl. (April 1,

A correspondent of the Stamford Mercury Lieut. Wm. Franklyn, R. N. to MS states that much of the soil of this county is Barker, daughter of Peter Henry B. esq. particularly well calculated for the growth Carbrook. of heinp, and that it might be cultivated to At Yarmouth, Jas. Conway Travers, esq. pay the farmer in a ratio equal to wheat at Captain of the Rifle Brigade, to Mary, Sl. a quarter, besides affording employment youngest daughter of Wm. Steward, esq. to the poor-it having been found that At Thorpe, Mr. Carter, surgeon, of Nore hemp may be spun, by a newly discovered wich, to Harriet, second daughter of Thos. process, into a finer Thread than cotton, and Dewing, esq. of Castleacre Wicken, cambrics manufactured with it excecding in Died ] At Gorgate, Mr. C. M. Vickery, texture and lurability those of France, Hol- of Sc. John's College, Cambridge, land, and Germany. The city of Norwich At Norwich, Georgina, third daughter of is stared to have determined upon adopting the Rev. J. B. Tompson-Susanna Maria, the new trade; and it is suggested that spin.. third danghter of Jas. Murray, esq.- Mary, ning premiums should be offered as in Ire widow of the late Jer, Norris, esq. of Colney land, and as in the county of Rutland, on a Hall. smaller scale, by the Society of Industry Al Blakeney, Henry, youngest son of the many years established in that well-ordered late T. W. Temple, esq. liile county,) for the encouragement of it. At East Dereham, Mr. Wm. Barker, sta

Birih.] At Firsby, near Spilsby, Mis. tioner and printer, 63. Ashlin, wife of Mr. A. grazier, aged 64, of At Lynn, Mr. John Armiger, 59. twin girls, who with the mother are likely At Burnham, the Rev, Henry Crowe, resto do well.

tor of Wolverton and Burnham. Ac Frisby, near Melion, Mrs. Heathcot, At Kenninghall, Nehemiah Haylett, 101. aged 50, of a son, being her first child, At East Harling, the Rev. Geo. Deane, though now six years married to her second sector of Carbrook. husband.

At Thetford, Miss Eliz. Pallant, 22. Married.), Ac Aslackby. Mr. Headley,

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. surgeon, of Falkingham, to Miss Goodson. Married] Ac Wakerley, Wm. Cuffe, esq.

At Sleaford, Mr. Jacobsun, surgeon and of St. Albins, co. Kilkenny, Ireland, to apothecary, 10 Miss Laycock.

Lady Anna Maria Sherard, sister to the Earl Ai Grantham, W. Elston, esq. of Flint of Harborough. House Cottage, Wisbech, to Mrs. Merri At Croughton, Mr. Wm. Davis, of Blox. fitid.

ham, Oxfordshire, to Miss Wesion. Died.) At Osbornby, near Falkingham, Died.] At Peterborough, Mr. John ShelMrs. Glossup, formerly Mrs. Cole, mother ton, of Werrington, 37. of the Countess of Berkeley, 80. It will be Ac Fotheringhay, Eliza, Jaughter of the recollected that she gave evidence in the Rev. Rob. Linton. case of the Berkeley peerage in a way that did The Rev. John Dixon, Rector of Brough. bonour to her feelings as a parent.

ton, near Northampton, and of Toddington, At Scremby Hall, Spilsby, Chas. Brack. Beds, 70. enbury, esq. a magistrate for the parts of

NORTHUMBERLAND. Lindsey.

It was not till the 19th Feb, that the boAt Stamford, Mrs. Heppenstall, wife of dies of the greater part of the sufferers in Mr. Alderman H. 73.

Heaton coal - pit, near Newcastle, were At Boston, Mrs. Eleanor Green, 78. come ał, when 55 of them were found in At Holbeach, Mr. J. B. Palmer, 87. what is called the far workings of the pit. It

At Raithby, near Spilsby, Mrs. Fretwell, has been asserted that these unfortuate per. wife of the Rev.John F. recior of the former sons perished of starvation, but there was place.

nothing to warrant such a conclusion, as seAt Thealby, Mr. Thos. Waterland, near veral pieces of the flesh of one of the horses 40 years one of the High Constables for the was found wrapped in an old jacket. There wapentake of Manley.

were but iw horses in that part of the mine ; At Lincoln, Mr. Jas. Johnson, bookseller. one they had killed for food, and the other At Gainsborough, Rich Capes, esq. 91. was found tied to a prop without any marks MONMOUTHSHIRE.

that could justify the supposition of its having Married.] Ac Moumouth, Thos. Oak- been put to death by the miners. From the ley, esq. laic of Jamaica, to Miss Pearce, of position in which the bodies were found, and Monmouth

from the candles scuck against the sides of Died ) Ac Monmouth, Mr. Thurston, 81. the workings not being much burned, it is

At Cleiden Cottage, near Trellick, on her supposed that the sufferings of these poor birthday, Mis. Williams, relict of Mr. Job men were suddenly terminated by foul ais. W. 82.

It is conjectured that madnes had increased

the herois of their siçuarion, as most of the Married.] John Cary, e9. of Lincoln's bodies were found naked. Inn, to Miss Johnson, ot Kirstead Hail. biurrie'.). Al Newcastle, Mr. Mann, of

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Died.] At Market Drayton, Rich, War, daughter of the Rev. M. Manners.-Captain ren, esq. Iste of Woorton Collage, near EcThos. Barras, of the John, of that port, to cleshall, 85. Miss Marg. Jetson, of Haltwhistle.-Captain At Shrewsbury, the Rev. Sir John T. John Day, to Mary, daughter of Mr. P. Cholmondeley Edwardes, bart, rector of Henzell.-Captain John Hall, of the 21st, or Frorlesley, 52.-M. L. Gianna. Scots Fusileers, to Catherine, daughter of At Oswestiy, Mrs. Wild, 86. Lieut, Bell, late of the 9th Veteran Battalion, At Eliesmere, John Rowlandšji esq.-Mrs,

Died.] Ac Newcastle, Mr. John Brown, Pugh. 67.-The wife of Mr. John Stamp, ship At Oaken, J. Wood, esq. owner, 74.-Mr. Fred. Horn, late a Lieute At Allcaston,

Mr. Wm. Lewis, 98. nant in the 1st Dragoon Guards, 22.-Mrs. Hewitson, wife of Middleton, H. ésq.

Married.] Ai Clifton, Arch. Armstrong, At Ovington, Ms. Dan. Dawson, school- esq. to Rebecca, eldest daughter of Thos. master, 25.

Warner, esq. Near Wolsingham, J. W. Drummond, Jas. Dobson, esq. of the Fishponds, near esg. 30,

Bristol, to Mary, youngest daughter of Rob. At Cleadon, Mrs. Dale, wife of Edw. D. Henderson, esq. of Chapel House, near Bath. esq.

At Bath, Viscount Mount Earl, to Mrs. At Belford, Mr. Jas. Scrowther, of the Blennerhasset, widow of Col. B.-General Black Swan inn, 46.

Donkin, to Miss Crewe.
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M. H. Castle, esq. of Clifton, to Frances, Birth.) At Cuckney, the lady of Captain fifth daughter of the late R. H. Boddam, esq. Sir Geo. Eyre, R.N. of a daughter,

formerly governor of Bombay. Married.) At Nottingham, T.N. Champ S. G. Britton, M. D. 10 Jane, only daughney, esq. of Hull, to Anne, youngest daugh- ter of the Rev. T. Hopkins, vicar of Donyat. ter of Mrs. Brocksopp.

Died.] At Ston Easton, Capt. Naish. Died]. At Woodborough, Ann Huck At Bridgewater, Mrs. Austice, wife of nall, 89. She had beco married to her sur Rob. A. esq. collector of the customs at that viving husband 64 years, and had 139 de place. scendants living at the time of her death. At Haselbury, Thos. Barret, esq. captain

Ai Newark, Mr, Matthew P. Sheppard, in the East Somerset yeomanry cavalry. 78.-Suddenly, G. Wakefield, esq. of Stoke. At Frome, the Rev. Geo, Shawtord, 48

At Lenton, Mrs. Maples, wife of Adjutant years an itinerant preacher among the WesM, of the 45th Foot.

leyan methodists, 78. At Firbeck, Mr. Vardy, steward to S. Bar At Mark's Hill, near Bath, Wm. Wait, reti, esq. of Park hill.

105. Ar Norringham, Mrs. Hutton.--Mr. Wm. At Bath, Mrs. Moore, sister of the first Richardson, 68. -Mr. Hugh Atherstone, Lord Hawarden.-Sarah, youngest daughter sen. 70.--Dehurah, wife of Mr. John Gre- of the late Henry Brady, esq. of Limerick, gory. 77.

14.-Mrs. Shipp, widow of Mr. S. she was Al llockley, Mr. Win. Huddlestone, of the mother of 24 children. - Lieut. gen. Sir the firm of Cole, Huddlestone, and Phipps, Wroth Palmer Acland, K.C. B. colonel comworsted spinners.

mandant of the 1st battalion, 60th foot, 46.OXFORDSHIRE.

Marianne, eldest daughter of John Tomlinson, Married.) At Thame, Mr. Wm. Mun esq. of Cliffe Vale, Staffordshire, 17.-Charday, 10 Miss Eliz. Batty.

lotie, wife of Dr. Fraser.-Mrs. Erving, wife At Oxford, Mr. J. R. Barnes, of Mickle- of Coh E.-Mary, reliсı of Geo. Monkland,, ton, Gloucester, to Sarah, second daughter esq. 62. of Mr. Whistler, of the King's Arms inn. At Bristol, Sam. Whitchurch, esq. 65.

Deed.) At Oxford, Mıs. Tallant, wife of Ms. J. M. Heath, Comptrolling Searcher of Mr. T. of the White Hart inn.--Mr. Thos. the Customs in this port, 51.--Wm. Seaton, Pavier.-John, only son of Mr. Parker, gro- esq. 72.-Martha, wife of John Shute, esq. cer, 23.

75.-At the Moi-wells, Anne, widow of Col. Al Great Milton,Mr. Rob. Belcher, 68. Montague, and sister to the late Earl of Bute,

Ac Ensham, Mr. Giles Attwood, many years munciple of Christ Church, Oxford, The Marquis of Anglesea is about to open

several coal-mines on his estate near Lichfield, At Stanton Harcourt, Mr. Martin Shaylor, which it is hoped, will afford employment to pcar 50 years Master of the Free School of a considerable extent, for the labouring that place,

classes in that neighbourhood,

Died.) At Frisbrook, ihe Rev. Mr. DaMarried.) At Chelwynde, Thos. Adams, venport, upwards of 38 year, curate of Dilesg, of the New House, Newport, to Miss horne, and 15 years of Fulford, 62. Walker, of Market Drayton.

At Spring Vale, Mt. Thos Bakewell, father As Osvetry, Mr. Thos. Irgland, of Shel- of Mr. B. of Spring Vale Asylum foi lunarock, to Miss Lacon,

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At Lichfield, Mrs. Mellor, wife of Mr. M. daughter of S. Parkes, esq. of Northwood surgeon.

House.-Jas. Woolley, esq. of Icknield At Stone, Mr. Sam. Birks, 52.

House; to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Ac Eccleshall, Mrs. Simkin, 84

the late John Iddins, esq. of Summerfield At Stafford, Mrs. Copestick, 59.-Mr, J. House. H. Lloyd, 43.-Martha, wife of Mr. Jos. Died.] At Birmingham, Mrs. Griffin, Davis, 77.

wife of Mr. G. of the Castle and Falcon. At Wolverhampton, Mr. Michael Shore, Mr. Julius Hardy, 52.-Mr. W. Llewellin, clerk to the Collegiate church, 53.

03.- Mr. John Jones, 80.-Ann, wife of At Neston, Wm. Broughton, one of the ve- Wm. Parrock, 62.-Mrs. Aston, 92. terans who fought at Culloden, 100.

Al Ashted, Mrs. Hollington, 75.

Ac Warwick, Chas. Belcher, esq. 82. Died ] At Beccles, Mrs. Dawson, widow Owen, daughter of the late Geo. o. gen.

At Coventry, Mrs. Milbourne, 73.-Miss of the Rev. Abr. D. rector of Ringsfield, 83. Mr. Jos. Fawson, 71, and his son Joseph, 384

At Copford Rectory, Charlotte, wife of the Rev. Gervas Holmes, foster sister of the late

WESTMORELAND. Princess Amelia, 33.

Married.] At Kirbymovrside, Chris. RoAt Woolpit, Dan. Pattle, gent. late of binson, esq. to Maria, third daughter of Elmswell Hall, 79.

John Watson, esq. Mary, wife of the Rev. Chas. Steggall, Died.] At Kendal, Mr. John Mitchell, rector of Wyverstone.

24. – Mrs. Marg. Wallace, 04.-Mrs. Jane At Livermere, Hannah, wife of Mr. Jas. Emmerson, 76. She has left the bulk of Cooke.

her real and personal estate to charitable in

stitutions in that town; one third to the wiMarried ] At Battersea, Lieut. F. Daw: dows of Sands' Hospital ; one-third to the son, R. A. to Margaret, elder daughter of the sunday-schools, and one-third to the schools late W. Mercer, esq. of Clapham Common.

of Industry. Rev. F. H. Cole, of Christ Church, Oxford,

At Kirkland, Mrs. Eliz. Towen, 29. to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Thos. B.

WILTSHIR. H. Sewell, esq. of Queenwood Hill.

The unwearied perseverance of the genDied.) At Claphan, Wm. Henry, eldest tlemen who compose the Melksham Spa son of W. H. Crowder, esq. 21.

Building Committee has been crowned with At Camberwell, Vice-admiral Sir Wm. complete success, by their oblaining an imMitchel, K. C. B. 70.-Jos. Jordan, esq. 70. mense supply of he saline water, after bor-Mary, daughter of the late Thos. Church- ing to the depth of 340 feet. A pump room yard, esq.

and baths of the best construction are about At Norbiton Hall, Kingston, Mrs. John- to be erected. stone, wife of General J.

Married.] N. Struth, esq. eldest son of At Banstead, Chris. Buckle, esq. first cou- Sir Wm. John S. of Bristol, 1o Maria, eldest sin to Sir John Hill, bart.

daughter of Mr. Fellows, of Sal sbury. At Chertsey, Mrs. Cobb, relict of Jos, C. Died.) At Calne, Christopher Allsup,

esq. late senior burgess of that borcugh. At Guildford, Mrs. Stracy, relict of John S. About 50 years ago, he planned and caused esq. of Lower Tooting.

to be executed, the figure of the White Horse

at Cherwell, so pleasing an object to travelBirth.] The lady of Sir Wm. Wiseman, lers on that road.—John Bishop, esq. bart. of a son.

The Rev. Joshua Winter, rector of CodMarried.] The Rev. T. Woodroffe, fel- ford St. Mary, 71. Jów of St. John's coll. Oxford, to Mary Ann,

At Woodford, Mary Anne, wife of the second daughter of E. Woods, esq. of Shop

Rev. Dr. Wyndham. wick.

At Allcannings, T. Andrews, esq. 81. Al Brighton, the Rev. Henry Torre, of

At Melksham, Mr. Rub. Manning, 49. Sledmere, York, to Mary, eldest daughter of

At Devizes, Mr. Hazeland.-Mr. B. MilE. L. Hodgson, esq. of Portinan-square, London.

Diel.) At Brighton, Joseph de Mendoza Died.) At Chaceley Hillend, Mr. Fras, Rios, F.R.S. a native of Spain, and well Dingley. known in the literary world for his writings At Wolverley vicarage, the Rev. W. Czon nautical astronomy, 54.

low, rector of Dorsington, Warwick, At the Grange, near Grinstead, C. Birk- At Kidderminster, Mr. John Washborne,

78.-Mr Elijah Grove of the Swan Inn, 59.

At Worcester, Mrs. Dandridge, relict of Married.] At Birmingham, John Bar- J, D. esq. low, e q. of Moat Hall, Stafford, to Susanna, At Pedmore, Anh, widow of Mr. Wm. third daughter of Mr. John Stretton.--Mr. Franks, 88. Isaac Wood, of Sheffield, to Martha, third At Great Malvern, Geo. Roberts, esq. 64

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At Reverley, the Rev. Fred. Gwynne, head Oa the night of Feb. 16, the wind having master of the Grammar School, and laic blown strong the preceding night and day master of Witton School, Cheshire. from the N.N. W, the river Humber rose to a height unequalled since Jan. 25, 1788. Married.) At Maentwrog, Merioneth, D. The lower parts of Hall, on each side of P. Evans, esq. of Caernarvou, to Miss Mathe harbeur, were completely inundated. chin, lace of Bromley, Kent. Considerable loss was sustained in the ware At Llanelly,, Richard Wilkins, esq. banket, houses in the High street, but no damage of Brecon, to Charlotte, daughter of James done in the docks. On the night of the 17th, Greene, esq. of Turton Tower, Lancaster, the old tower of Owthorn church, better Died.) At Tower, near Llangollen, Thoknown by the name of the Sister Churches, mas Price, esq. He was lieutenant of the an ancient land-mark on the coast of Holder- First Denbigh militia, and lineally descended ness, being undermined by the encroach- from sir Rhys Fawr ap Meredydd, standardments of the sea, fell with a tremendous bearer to Henry VII. at the battle of Bosworth. crash to the great alarm of the inhabitants of Early in the morning of the 7th March, the village. The body of the church was (having retired to rest on the preceding taken down and rebuilt at Rimswell in 1801. night, apparently in perfect health, Edward

Births.] Ac Woodhall, the lady of Sir Hawkins, esq. of Court Herbert, Glamor Charles Des Væux, bart, of a daughter. ganshire, deeply and justiy regretted, not At Methley, Viscountess Pollington, of a only by his family and friends, but by the

whole neighbourhood, where his death is At Kippax l’ark, the Hon. Mrs. Bland, considered as a general loss. Upriglit, just, of a daughter.

and honourable in all his actions, lie was an Married.) At York, Mr. Geo. Wilson, ornament to human nature; the whole tebookseller, to Miss Abuell, of Richmond. - nor of his life was to promote peace and Major Coorc, to Harriet, eldest daughter of good-will amongst men, and it may indeed Henry Gale, esq. of Scruton.-C. B. Lawton, be justly said of this most excellent man, esq. of Lawton, Chester, to Mariana, third that he adorned the doctrine of God our si daughter of Wm. Belcombe, M.D.

viour in all things. Al Huddersfield, Tim. Rhodes, esq. of

SCOTLAND Rochdale, to Caroline, second daughter of A very elegant monument has lately been the late John Whitacre, esq. of Woodhouse. erected in the caibedral of Glasgow, to the

At Thorner, the Rev. John Dunderdale, of memory of the late colonel Cadogan. It is Colne, to Charlotte, second daughter of placed in a conspicuous situation on the Thos Harrison, Esq.

north side of the choir, opposite the entrance Died.] · At York, Mrs. Borwick, sister 10

door. The lower part consists of an approthe late Wm. B. Borwick, esq. of London.- priate piece of sculpture, representing a face Mr. Newton, 77.-Mr. Munby, solicitor, 42. simile of his belt, sword, and scabbard, above -Mrs. Agar. 63.

which is a handsome sarcophagus surmountAt Bradford, Richard, third son of Rich. ed by the family shield and cresi, emblazonFawcett. esq.---Mrs. Nesbit, wife of Mr. No ed with emblematical trophies. The whole of the Commercial Academy.

composition is of white marble, and is placed At Pudsey, Susannah Hollingsworth, 05. upon a massy stone basement. On the front Skie was mother, grandmother, and great of the sarcophagus is the following conaise grandmother of upgvards of 100.

inscription : At Knaresborough, Lady Slingsby, relict

Sacred to the memory of Sir Thos, T. Slingsby, bast. of Scriven

of Park, 81.

The Honourable HENRY CADOGAN, At Bramham, Fras. H. Borel, esy. for- Lieut.-Colonel of the 71st, or Glasgow Regt. merly paymaster of the Leeds district, 36.

honorary burgess of this city, The Rev. Dr. Markham, vicar of Carlton, who gloricusly fell at the head of his near Skipton.

battalion, At Oiley, Mr. Henry Reynolds, 8). in the ever-memorable battle of Vittoria, Mrs. Mary Reynolds, 81.

June 21st, 1813,
At Bridlington, the Rev. Thos. Williams,

aged ibirty-three years. rector of Nunbourne Holme, and vicar of

This monument is erected, Warter, in the East Riding, 89.

by a few of his friends in this city and At Melsonby, Sam. Swire, D.D. rector of

neighbourhood, that place, and of Baruingham, in the North to perpetuate the remembrance Riding, 76.

of his worth as a man, and his At Giggleswick, Ms. Wm. Howson, bro

gallantry as a soldier. ther to the Rev.John Howson, and late mas This piece of sculpture was erected by ter of Wray school.

Messrs. David Hamilton and Son, of Glas- At Halton East, near Skipton, Mrs. Dy gow, in a manner worthy of the excellence neley, relict of Rob. Dyneley, esq.

of their design. At Londonderry, Leeming Lane, Wm. Birthe) At Edinburgb, the countess of Huntota, esy. 88.

Wemyss of a daughter.

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