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esq. of Toft, Chesbire, 4.-Mrs. M. B. and society a man of the most amiable disBishop, 22.-Theodore Henry, son of position. 'Theolore Gwinett, esq.
At Islip, Mr. G. Raymond, 58. At lewkesbury, Mr. Henry Prior, 92. At Diayton, Mr. Deane, 90.
Ai Cirencester, Jobo W. Austin, esq. 72. At Oxford, Mr. George Smith, 80.- The --Mr. Thomas Forder, 85.--Mr. Thomas infant son of T. R. Walker, esg. -Mrs. Davies.
Bruck, 84.---The Rev. Ellis St. John, of At Gloucester, Mr. John Read.
West Court, Berks.-Mr. John Beckett, At Mungersbury, Mr. John Euginton, 90. 33. At Stonehouse, Nathaniel Dyinock, esq. At South Hinksey, Mrs. Sarah Faulkner, At Frampton, Mrs. Barnard.
67. At St Briavell's Mr. Richard Milson. At How Farın, Watlington, Mr. Sampson Al Horton, Mrs. Alway, sen.
At Ifley, Mr. Thomas Smith.
Married. At Beacuusfield, the Rev. R. Al Beckford, Mr. Hicks, 62.
Norris, of Tatterford, Norfolk, to Miss At the Moat Farm, parish of Longden, Esther Sparke, of knuston Hall, NorthMr. Clarke
amptonshire. At Painswick, Mr. Zacharias Horlick, At Worminghall, John Parsons, esq. of
Brill, to Miss Catherine Read. Ai Stratton, Mrs. Newcombe, relict of Captain M'Leroth, of the 63d regiment, to W. N. esq.
Amelia, second daughter of Robert Hazard, At Slowwe House, Arlingham, Francis Bac esq. ef Terriers. Jadon Thomas, esq. 71.
Died At Stewkley, Mr. Joho Bull, 100. At Tetbury, W. Maskelyne, eso
Married. At kimbolton, the Rev. J.
BEDFORDSHIRE. field House, Berks, to Miss Rebecca Court, Died.] At Little Barford, the Rev. Jobin youngest danghter of Mr. Joba C.
Blackiston, rector of that place, 57. Died.] At Fawley, Philip Lybbe Powys, esq. brother to the very reverend the dean
HERTFORDSHIRE. of Canterbury, and father-in-law to the married. At Hitchin, Mr. Rayner, to Rev. E. Cooper, of Hamstal Ridware. Mr. Miss Grice, eldest daughter of John G. Powys had been to the Quarter Sessions at esq. Oxford, and was returning home, accompa. At Buntingford, W. Hill, esq. banker of nied by Thomas Cooper, esq. When they Uppingbam, w Miss Drage, daughter of W. got to the lane leading from is endon to D. esq. Fawley, Mr Powys got out of the chaise to Died.] At Hadleigh House, Kiogsmill walk bome, but as it was then getting dark, Berry, esq. 75. Mr. Cooper wished him to permit the chaise t go rouud, or else have some one to attend
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. bim home, but he refused both, saying he Married.) At Castor, the Rev. R. Sprancould find his way blindfolded. Some per- ger, vicar of Tamerton, near Plymouth, to son with a lantein came by just afterwards, Sarah Maria, daughter of the Rev. Stepben and shewert him by the spring at Assepdun, White, LL.D. which was then very high, Mr. P said he Died.) At Bugurouk, Mr. Elisha Linnell. did not want him any further; but as it At Aynbo, Mrs. Susannah Poweit, relict was getting very dark the man much wish- of David P. Gent. 96. ed to see him bome. This he refused, At Moulton Grange, Miss Pywell. telling him also that he could find his way At Harpale, Mr, Thomas Baker, 66. blindtolded. Next morning, however, bis At Oundle, Frances, second daughter of body was discovered in a neighbouring Mr, Sherard, altorney. pond. It is thought he must have been At Barnwell, Mr. Francis Parsons, and overcome by frighi, as the water scarcely a few days afterwards, his widow, Mrs. P. covered him, and there appeared no bruises At Daventry, Mrs. Fallow field, wife of of cor sequenc about him. No man could the Rev. Mr. F. be more esteemed, or sincerely lamented. At Northampton, Mrs, Smith, wife of Mr. In bun the poor bave lost a valuable friend, Charles S. jun.
At Stanground, Mr. Nickols, 77. i At Morton, Hall, Mr. Harley.
At Duddington, John Smith, M. D. He At East Tuddenham, M. C. High, 60 was of an ancient family in North Britain, At Thetford, Maria, youngest daughter and after serving several years as a surgeon of Mr. T. Smart. in the Navy, settled at Uppingham, in At Yarmouth, Mr. Stephen Godfrey, 79. Rutlandshire, in the same house where At East Harling, Mr. Rubert Bunnett, two of his immediate predecessors and 80. countrymen, Drs. Fordyce and Garthshore At Norwich, Mrs. Ellis, 65.---Mr. Joha had been so successful as to establish Corbould, 79.-Mr. Bishop, 83.- Miss themselves afterwards with eminence in Saralı Love. - Miss Francis Johnson, 12.London, as physicians. He was for many Mr. Digby.-Mr. Robert Atkins, 69,years in extensive and respectable practice Mrs. Amy Whitton, 75. in the principal families in the town and At Crimplesham, Susan, third daugh'er neighbourhood ; punctual and indefatigaof the Rev. Mr. Royle, 21. ble in his profession, and, in addition to At Wymondbam, Mr. William Peterhis medical serv.ces, ever charitable to the son, 76. poor.
At Thro ton, Miss E. Stannard, second CAMDRIDGESHIRE.
daughter of Mr. Standard, 15. The Rev. Dr. Claudius Buchanan, bas At Lakenham, Mrs. Elizabeth Tower, presented the university of Cambridge, with 73. about eighty volumes of valuable Oriental At Little Milton, Mr. Betts, Manuscripts, which have been placed in the At Mindham, Mr. William Sheppard, 71. Public Library.
At Bauham, Mr. Notley, 76. The Rev. Herbert Marsh, D. D. and At Lyon, Mr. R. Geary, comptroller of Lady Margaret's Professor, on Saturday, the customs, 54. Apr 1 2919, commenced a course of Lec. At Attleburgh, Mr. John Knight, 65. tores in Divinity, in GreatSt. Mary's church A t Gatesend, near Rudham, Mr. WilliCambridge. The lecture will be continued am Parker. every Saturday during term. This lecture- At Great Hockham, Mr. Warner, 79. ship has been enjoyed as a sinecure for At Longlands, Mr. Edward Wright, upmany years, on account ofits being former- wards of 50 years farming steward to T.W. ly delivered in Latin, and few or no audi- Coke, esq. of Holkham. tors attending. The revival of it in English At Denver, near Downbam Market, Mr. by so able à theologian must be highly Robert Starkin. useful in this univerity ; admittance gratis, . At Norwich, Mr. B. Roe, 60.-Mr. as well to the members of the University as Isaac Bircham, 65.-Mr. George Ward. the inhabitants of the town.
, Mrs. Elizabeth Culyer.-Mr. Aldred, jun, Murried.] Mr. Basham, merchant, of 27. -Miss Sarah Love, 18. Cambridge, to Miss Mary Ann Wiles, third At Yarmouth, Lieut. T. R. Seaman, danghter of the late William Wiles, esq. R. N. 23. of Chesterton.
At Bramerton, Mrs. Rudd. At Cambridge, the Rev.Johnson Baines, At Terrington, St. Jobn's, Mr. H. Sut.. Vicar of Burwell, to Harriet, second terby, 71; and two days afterwards, at daughter of the Rev. John Bullen of Barn- Clenchwarton, near Lynn, bis brother Jowell.
nathan Sutterby, gent. 65. Died.) At Cambridge, Mrs. Susannah · At Wells, Mrs. Dennis, 62. Last.
AtWalton Green, Charles Sackville Scott, At Elsworth, Mrs. Whitechurch, .. second son of the Rev. Thomas Scott, late
a midshipman on board the Alexandria NORFOLK
SUFFOLK to Miss Butcher
Married.] At Stonham, John Wright At Lynn, Henry Morley, esq. to Miss esq. of Kilverston-Lodge, Norfolk, to Miss Micklefield, both of Stoke Perry.
Rose, daughter of the Rev. Mr. R. rector Died.] At Terrington St. John's, Mr. of Broughton and Draughton, NorthampH. Sutterby, 71; and two days afterwards ton. at Clenchwarton, near Lynn, bis brother Mr. Thomas Jones of Sudbury, to Miss Jonathan Sutterby, gent. 65.
Sarah Fitch. At Ashwicken, Mr. John Goss Herring, At Bury, Mr. John Brooks of Lnadon. 26.
to Miss Bir... At Great Bircham, Mr T. Hebgin, 55. Died.] Ar Yoxford, Mr. S. Barnes, 59. At Bres,ingham, Mr. Ezekiel Read. At W nghi al I Castle, "Mrs. Jane Prety
At Downham, Lucy, wife of Mr. Adam man. Standford of the Chequers Inn..
At Bury, 13. Matthew Spilling.
At Gillingham, Lieutenant de Bacher, of Married.] At Walthamstow, Francis the royal waggon train, to Mary Philippa, Evans, jun. esq. to Harriet, third daughter daughter of the late Rev. Richard Bland, of of John Locke, esq.
Tunstal House. At Maldon, Mr. Shynn, of the Blue Boar At West Malling, John Scudamore, esq. of Inn, Prittlewell, to Miss Harris, of Gold- Maidstobe, to Charlotte Catharine, youngest hanger.-M. Clifford, esq. captain in the daughter of Lieutenant-colonel Downman, of 28th regiment, to Miss Payne.
the royal artillery. At Colchester, R. Wills Mapowder, esq. At Lewisham, che Rev. John Stevens, recto Elizabeth, third daughter of the late Ro. tor of East Wittering, Sussex, to Miss A. M. bert Cawre, esq.-Mr. Charles Robertson, Norton. of Surry House Boarding School, to Miss Ac Folkstone, John Wallis, esq. of Sid. Sarah Wayman.-T. W. Maybey, Jientenant mouth, Devon, to Miss M. Haden. in the Essex militia, to Miss Ann English. Died.] At Tenterden, Mrs. Winser, 78.
Died ] At Cold Norton, Mr. Thomas Mrs. Batchelor, 90. Grant.
At Dover, Mrs. Burrows.-Mr. John Wal-
Joy.- Mr. Stewart.
At Wakes Colne, William, eldest son of At Maidstone, Mrs. Jacobson, relict of J. J. William Brett, esq. 14.
esq. At Billericay, Mr. Samuel Clay.
At Faversham, Mrs. Doswell, wife of Cap. At Lexden, C. A. Crickett, esq. 41. tain D. of the Custom House cutter stationed At Colchester, Mr Stephen Betts.
there.-Mr. Gibbs, 82. At Sible Hedingham, Mrs. Fowke, relict At Debden Farm, Petham, Mr. Stephen of Tharpe F. esq. late major in the soyal Partridge, 31. marines.
At Bechersden, Mr. Hawkins. At Witham, Mr. Perceval.- Edward, son At Biddenden, Mrs. Sarah Holness, 87. , of Ms. E. Aldridge.
At Eythorn, Mr. Samuel Sankey, 56. . Ai Chelmsford, Mis. Mary Frost, widow At Sheldwich, Mrs. Read. Thomas Read, of Mr. Charles F. boukseller and printer. gent. 69. Mrs. Chipperfield, 74.-Lientenant Augus. At Boughton-under-Blean, Mr. William tine Mercati, of the Cornwall militia.-Mrs. Mears, 22. Pearson.
At Cranbrook, William Thompson, gent. At Great Dunmow, Mrs. Barnard, 73. 75.
At Bocking, Louisa, eldest daughter of At Gravesend, J. Williams, gent. William Nottidge, esq. of Bermondsey, At Rochester, Mrs. Alexander. Surry.
At Den), in his 18th year, Mr. James Mur. At Galleywood Common, Colonel Colborn, ray Clapham, midshipman and master's mate of the royal artillery.
of bis Majesty's brig, Pandora, greatly beloved At Ramsden Park, Mr. Thomas Mayotte. and regretted by his captain and officers, and KENT.
the whole ship's company, only son of the For the better accommodation of the troops Rev. Samuel C. vicar of Great Ouseborne, stationed in Canterbury, an hospital is about Yorkshire, and rector of Gussage St. Michael, to be erected, in a healthy situation at the in Dorsetshire, &c. back of the range of barracks, in the northern At Longport, Mrs. Margaret Giles. quarter of the city. Its size is estimated to At Wickham, Mr. Thomas Hatcher, 85. accommodate about five in every hundred of AC Wye, Mr. William Kennett, 68. the troops usually stationed there, and every At Borden, Mr. John Kirby. attention is to be paid in its construction, to At Canterbury, Mr. Newport, sen. Ca. render it conducive to health and comfort. tharine, wife of Mr. William Gorely, 33 Comprehended in its scite, will be an area of Mr. Henry Hearn, 74. -Mr. Hardeman. several acres of land, which is to be used in Mr. Gillman, 41.-Mrs. Davis. future as an exercise ground for the cavalry At Eastry, Mrs. Mead, wife of Mr. M. of regiments, that may be stationed in the bar. the Bell Inn, Sandwich. racks. The ground has also been chosen At Ramsgate, Mrs. Jarman. near Fort Pitt, at Chatham, for a similar At Sandwich, Mrs Stanner. hospital, for the use of the troops at that
SURRY place. These buildings will supersede the On the 1st of May the Guildford Agricul. necessity of regimental hospitals at the above tural Society held their first meeting. Lord places, which are too often, from their nature Somervile's Spanish rams and fat oxen, were and construction, rather the promoters than much admired, as were such of Mr. Ellis's the preventives of disease.
stock as had been fattened with molasses. Married.) At Sittingbourne, Argles Bishop, The following prizes were adjudged; to esq. banker, of Maidstone, to Mary-Ann, Mr. Coles, of Croydon, for the best south. daughter of Edward Brenchley, esg.
dows rams, the first prize; to Mr. G. Ryde,
A Whitchurch, Mrs. Winsco
of Chilworth, for Southdown tegs, the se. At Southampton, Mrs. Rix, the wife of cond; to Mr. Gouldlock, for the best pigs; Rev. George R. and to Mr. John Smallpiece, of Guildford At Romsey, Mr. Robert Godfrey. Park for the best cart stallion. Mr. Bennet Frodsham received a prize of 20 guineas for Ar Andover, Mr. John Arthur, sen. 79. his two very effective sowing machines. At Hill, near Southampton, Captain S. Seventeer ploughs were started, when 15 Baker, late in the East India Company: serguineas were adjudged to Mr. Woods for his vice. ten-wheeled plough, his own invention, and
WILTSHIRE. to Mr. Boulton five guineas. A gentleman Married. At Cricklade, the Rev. Wil. of Dorking exhibited a plough drawn by two liam Wavell, to Miss Poulton. oxen without a driver which gave universal At Nettleton, Mr. John Farmer, of West satisfaction.
King'on, to Miss Hulbert. - Married.] At Egham, Joseph Gutston, Died.) At Church Yatton, Sopbia, third esq. of Kouston-hall, Northamptonshire, tó daughter of the Rev. Samuel Pidding. Anna-Maria, eldest daughter of the late At Bradford, Mr. John Sandell. 65. James Knowies, esq. of Englefield-green. I
• At Salisbury, Mrs. Spencer, relict of Mat. Died.] At Dorking, Mr. George Birch, thew S. esq: of Herrington, Somersetshire. second son of Mr. Alderman B. of London, Mr. John Sharpe, one of the city beacles. 18.
Mrs. Cooksey. At the Oaks, Lady Lucy Eliza Smith At Mere, the Rev. Thomas Grove, 64 Stanley, eldest daughter of the Earl of Derby.
BERKSHIRE. At Aldershot, near Farnham, the Rev. At a respectable meeting of the inhabitants John Brownrigg, A B. a native of white of the town and neighbourhood of Reading, haven, Cumberland
larely held at that place, it was resolved to • At Ewell, Mrs. Gapper, 79.
establish a society there, in aid of the British USSEX
and Foreign Bible Society in London, and to The following is a remarkable instance of adopt, as far as possible, the rules and regu. the extraordinary increase in the value of lations of the parent society. Donations land. --A farm called Oakhurst and Harn and subscriptions to forward this plan, have Farm, in the parish of Sidlesham, containing accordingly been received to a considerable 291 acres, was purchased by the late Sir John amount. "*" * (Carter; for 20001. This farm was, last " The Commissioners appointed to inquire month, sold by auction, for 12,8901. includ into the state of Windsor Forest, have made ing the half-duty. The timber is computed three reports upon the subject, which have to be worth 50001. morc, to be taken at à been laid before the House of Commons and fair valuation.
printed." The following extracts from them Married.] At Brighton, the Rev. Georgeshew its present state: Monck, to the Hon. Sarah Hamilton, eldest **This forest was formerly of much greatdaughter of Lord Viscount Boyne.
er extent than at the present time. Accord I Died. 1 At Glynde, 'Mr. Tugwell.. ing to an inquisition in the time of Charle
"At Horsham, Mr. Henry Messiter, late of the first, and the perambulation made noder Wincanton, Somerset, surgeon to the 26th the authority of the 46th of the King it reg. of foot. He was wounded in the breast extends into the five hundreds of Ripplesmere, at the battle of Corunna, from which be bad Cookham, Charlton, Wargave, and Sorin recovered, and fell a martyr to a fever wbich and comprehends the whole of some i n he caught in attending some soldiers of the and part only of others. The entire parishes segiment.
within the forest are twelte in bumbe and
it extends into parts of five other parishes Married] · At Fareham, W. Maijman, It contains fifteen priocipal or Shiel menors. esq. to Miss Catmore. * 1101 having within them several subondinita * At Alton, Mr. Frederic, Gray" to Miss mesne manors. Of the principal o biel Mary Clement, e!dest daughter of Mr. c. manors, some are co-extensive with
MT. C. solicitor.**
*** fishes in which they lle, othena - Died: At Gams, near Fareham, John and some of them extend over mot
c Delmé, esq. 36.
onsume than one
Ac Portsmouth, Mrs. Hammond. Mr. the forest, aceprding, to the
of which the inclosed proper Ou board the Ewiricta, at Spithead, on his of the crown amounts påssage to Quebec, Robert Cruickshank, esg. The private inclosed a of Montreal, Canada. N
ion of individuals
Total incloured land a
Acrcs. R. P. about 92,233 acres of beach and open land, Total inclosed land ., 34,480 1 % on which there are no trees of any age or Оen wood Tails
kind, excepting a few oak and beech pollards on the Wales
of inconsiderable value. ofoitierent ma
The lodges in the forest (except those ocnors . . 2,230 O 28
cupied by the under keepers, which are Open heath and
mere cottages) are Cranbourn Lodge, New commons, the
Lodge, Swinley Lodge, and Bigshot Lodge ; wa tes of dit.
and it appears, by the return of Lord Cranley, ferent ma
in the explanation of his office of Ou: Ranger, nors ... 92,933 0 39
that there is a lodge annexed to his office, Land covered with
called Trys Lodge, near Chertsey (which is · water . . . 165 1 9
out of the forest), now in the occupation of
Admiral Sir Richard Onslow, Baronet. Total open for
Cranbourn Lodge was occupied by his late est land. 24,628 2 36
Royal Highness the Duke of Gloucester,
- 24,628 ? 36 when Lord Warden of the furest; it has, Encroachments inclosed by in
since his death, been complecely repaired and dividuals, from different
fitted up, and is now in the occupation of wasies, but clained by the
the Honourable George Villiers, by permis. crown . . . . . . .
491 0 2 sion of his Majesty, but who does not hold
any office within the forest. 59,600 0 0 New Lodge was granted by his Majesty,
with the office of Ranger of New Lodge « The number of deer have of late years Waik, for life, to her Highness Princess been much diminished. And it appears by Sophia of Gloucester, by letters patent, in the the returns made in November, 1731, that year 1798. This Lodge, as her Higliness there were at that tince more than 1,300 states, in her explanation of her office, is in deer in the forest; and by a return in No suchia dilapidated state, that it is scarce hayenber, 1806, that there were then only $18 bitable by the servants who are put into it dear in the whole fo est. It would be sup. to take care of it. There are a huut twenty puse, that these having a range over 24,600 acres of grass land attached to this lodge. acres of land, would find sufficient food, with Swinley Lodge, with its inclosures, conproper assistance, in winter; the contrary, tairing about one hundred and ninety acres, however, is the case ; and the deer in al is always occupied by the master or keeper of most every walk of the forest, except one, his Majesty's stag hounds, who is at the are all nearys.arved; many actually die of same time ranger and keeper of Swinley hunger, and the surviving does, have not Walk, and circuitor bailiff and chief forester strength to rear their fawns. This principally of Barcel Bailiwick. arises from the unlimited manner in which T he state of Bigshoc Lodge is much more animals of all descriptions are turned out in ruinous than that of New Lodge, and is in no the forest, by persons who have no right or degree whatever habitable; there is a large pretence whatever to do so, and by the sur. quantity of building belonging to it, and was charge of the common by those who have a for many years inhabited by the late Majorrighe to a certain extent. The assistance General Cox and his family, but has been that ought to be given to the deer in severe long deserted. weather, is not attended to. The provision Married.) A. Hoc Benham, Mr. Joseph made for that purpose is, in every walk in the Shuff, aged 85, to Sarah Marshall, his servant
forest, inadequate ; and in one instance, chat maid, aged 25. 'cumc accidentally to the knowledge of the Died.) At Newbury, to which place he commissioners, perverted to private advan. Came for the benefit of his health, the Rev.
William Vipond, aged 33. The last 11 - The ruinous effects of the system which years of the lite of this valuable man, were has hitherto prevailed in Windsor Forest, devoted to the ministry among the Wesleyan cannot be better illustrated thus by stating, Methodists; and not only in the pulpit, but thuc the timber now growing in the forest is by the influence of example, it may be truly valued, upon a loose estimate, to be worth said, that he was an eloquent preacher of nearly 200,0001. of which (fron the want righteousness. In health, every Christian of care) only a imall portion will be appli. grace shone forth with engaging lustre; but cable to naval purposes. The greater proe in sickness their brightness was doubly en. portion of the timber is now going rapidly to creased, by that holy submission, and headecay, and ought to be cut as soon as possible. Yenly composure, which irue religion alune There are now in the forest of Windsor about can inspire. And as long as attection and grasi. 2,2:30 acres of land, on which trees are stand- lude retain their influence, will his virturs ing ; but throughout the whole of that dis. be recorded on the hearts of all who knew trics there is got a single sapling, or growing him; and knowing, could not fail to respecto young tree, to succeed those which decay, or esteem, and admire him. art cut down. There are also in the forest At Warfield, Mr. Thomas White, MONTHLY Mad No. 185.