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At Liverpool, Mr. Robert Skirror, 29.- Ac Morley, Mr. Harry Sharma Mrs. M'Gawl:y, 23.--Mr. Geiston, visiting At Tibshell, Mrs. Barratt, 23. apothecary to the Dispensary -- Mrs. Wil.
NOTTINONAMSKIRE. liams.-Miss Venables, daughter of L.I. V. On Monday the 15th of April, the memo esq. barrister.- Mr. Nicholas Bailey, 87.-bers of the Nottingham Sunday School Union Ms. Francis Henry, 79.-Mr. John Wiison, beld their second anoual meeting, at the New 53.- Mrs. Hannah Leece, wite of Mr. Li Methodist School soom, East.sireel, in thu schoolmastes, 45.---Thomas, son of Mr. Unen towo. The place of meeting was much Jones, Nivo. M. Mathew. Mr. Thomas crowded, and the reports of the different Berry. - Mr. Edmund Cockshoot, 46. Mr. schools in connection with the Union, were Henry Carrlicli, 41.---Mrs. Edwards, a maiden on the whole very encopraging. In general lady, 74.--Mr. William Carterall, 54.-Mr. there had been observed in the last six month James Walmough.-Mrs. Jane Bailey, 57. much improvement in teading, &c. and espe. Mrs. Cartwrighi, 49.
cially in those schools where a part of the CNESNIR.
Lancasterian system had been adopted. lo Married.) At Nantwich, Edward Kent, esq. several instances much good had arisen from to Pénelope, eldest daughter of Josiah Oates, religious instruction; some highly interesting €34,
communications were made by different per At Sandbach, John Smith, esq. M.P. for sons present, and a very pleasing letter way Nottingham, to Miss Leigh, daughter of read from the London Sunday School Union. Eg erion L. esq. of High Leigh.
It appeared by the reports, that about 6000 At Chester, Thomas Read Abe, esq. of the children were instructed by forty, societies of North Lincoln militia, to Harriet Henrietta, methodists and other dissenters in the Union, youngest daughter of the late William Proby about 700 voluntary teachers. bast, esq.-Mr. Nietd, of Nurley, to Miss Married.] At Nottingham, Mr. Thomas Pickering, grand-daughter of John P. esq. of Honton, schoolmaster of Shelford, to Miss Carlington, Dear Northwich.
Marvid.-Mr. Samuel Elliott, of Worksop, Died.] At Chester, Mrs. Suddones. Mr. to Miss Mary Jefferies. Mr. Samuel Ward, Bage, sen. 68.-Miss Calveley.-Mrs. Gar- of Sutton Workt; to Miss Goodman, of ner, mother of Mr. G. of the Dublin Paeket. Sutton. Mrs. Lambe. Mrs. Sculle, Mr. S. Brit. Ac Newark, Mr. Robert Parker, to Miss ain, 31-Mr. C. Haswell.--Mrs.' Parry, Mary Kirk. wife of Mr. P. bookseller.The Rev. Ebe. Ai Worksop, Mr. Marsh, of Leverton, to nezer White, late minister of the Independent Miss Lucy Featherstonc. Chapel, Queen-street.
Died.] Ac Nottingham, Mrs. Cartwright, At Kuncorn, Mr. Richard Johnson, 95. wife of Mr. George C. Mrs. Hornbuckle,
Al Malpas, Mrs. Letitia Churton, widow relict of. Mr. Alderman H. 49.-Mr. W. of the late Mr. Joseph C. the last of the name Meats. -Mr. John Lineker, 39.-Wm. Pide of that respectable family, whose ancestors cock, geot -Mrs. Hannah Maltby, 75.have resided in the neighbourhood more than Mr. Thomas Randal.-Mr. Wm. Haslam, 68 four centuries.
-Mi$. Morris..Mrs. Harvey.-Mr. Birties At Marton Hall, Mr. Manley.
-Mr. Whitlock, one of the senior councilAt Kouțstord, Mr. Ogden.
men of the corporation. Mrs. Elis. Lineker, Ac Middlewich, Miss Taylor, daughter widow of Mr. Samuel L.-Mr. Richard Wil of Mr. T. surgeon, 19.
son, schoplmaster, 51.Sophia, daughter of At Newion, near Middlewich, Mrs. Wood, Mr. George Elliott, 18. relict of Isaac W. esq.
At Tollerton Hall, Mrs. Neale, wife of DERBYSHIRI.
Pendock N. esq. 53. Married.) At Chesterfield, John Charge, At Mansfield, Mr. George Wighoman, 85. esq. to Mrs. Jennings, widow of Robert j. At Orston, Mrs. Rippingale, 26. esg. of Spital House-Mr. Knowles, of Stock At Newark, Mr. Richard Marshall, 59. port, to Mise A. Mellor.
At White Housea, near Retford, the Rer. At Quarndon, Mr. Thomas Grime, of Wm. Cheales, rector of Markham, 56. Derby, to Miss A. Mellor.
At Sherwood Lodge, Miss Collect, daughter Died.) Mr. Peter Robinson, son of the of Russell C.esq. Rev. Ms. P, vicar of Norton. At Dronfield, Mr. M. Blackwell,
A bandsome cross is about to be erected is At Spondon, William Snowden, esq. a jos. the market-place of Grimsby; it is also in sicecf the peace, and an alderman of Derby, contemplation to hang a new peal of eight for which he had twice served the office of bells in the church. mi vor.
Twenty-two silver coins were lately turned AWirkworth, Mr. G. Buxton, surgeon up by Mr. Thomas Cordley, whilst at pluugh Mrs. Stone,Mrs. Cole.
in a field in the parish of Moulton : they are At Etwall, Mr. Jolin Procter, 29. half-crowns, shillings, and sixpences of Queen : Ar Stanton, Mrs. Scattergood, 78. Elizabeth, and some immediütely succeeding
At Chesterfield, Mr. Robert Stathapa. English Sovereigns.
Marrjed.) A: Louth, the Rev. Mr. Con
meron, minister of the Baptist Chapel there, Ac Brigg, Mrs. Mary Smith, 7).
Mr. W. White, many years steward to Sir At Somerby, Capto-Smith, 40th regiment, Thomas Whichcote, bart. of Aswardby to Miss Dele.
Park, 90. At Stamford, Mr. Inman, of the Crown At Hogsthorpe, near Alford, Mr. Joseph and Woolpack Inn, to Miss Ann Drake. Coupland, 81. • At Grimsby, Mr. John Nicholson, jun. of As Burton Strater, Ms. C. Bell, jun. of Bradley, to Miss Anna Maria Holivell, second Irby. He was crossing the Trent, on his daughter of the Rev. George H.
return homeward from Yorkshire, when the At Boston, Mr. Foster, master of the ferryman had recourse to the dangerous expce Great Britain, of hat port, to Miss Mary riment of hoisting the sail, which so frightMawer.
cned the horse beionging to Mr. Bell, that Ac Scamford, Charles Marshall, esq. of the animal leaped overboard, and at the same the Inner Temple, to Miss Eliz. Guest, of time drove his owner and the ferryman into London.
the river, who were both unfortunately
Miss Cragg, youngest daugh'er of Mr. Ć. of
ley, Glocestershire, to Mies Adams, eldest Ac Morton, near Gainsbro', Mr. Edward daughter of Mr. John A. Ridge, 80.
Died.] At Leicester, Mrs. Parsons, relict The Rev. Edward Jorden, vicar of Mes- of Mr. Alderman P. 82.-Lucy, eldest daugh. singham and Buccesford, 55.
ter of the Rev. John Atcheson, 20.-Mr.
At Oadoy, Mrs. Cockram, 54.
At Leisthorpe, Miss Brown, daughter of
At Gaddesby, Mrs. Hardy, 70.
At Boston, Mrs. Wright, wife of Mr. W.
At Grantham, Mr. Johan Wood, 88. At Lichfield, Wm. Sandles, esq. to Miss
At Toft, near Marker Rasen, Mrs. Hodge Kitson. son, mother of the Rev. Mr. H. 92. .
Ac Penkridge, the Rev. James Walhouse, At Sleaford, Mr. Wm. Idkaer, of Ar- of Teddesley Coppice, co Miss Huskisson, rick.
daughter of the late Wm. H. esq. of Oxley, At Calceby, Ma. Mal:by.
Capt. J. St. George, of the 80th regiment At Whitchurch, Mr. Edwards, surgeon, to of foot, to Miss F. Campbell, daughter of the Miss Done. Late A. C. esq. of Stafford.
At Wbittington, Ms. Wm. Edisbury, of Died.] At Newcastle, Mr. Ralph Barnes, Wrexham, to Miss Owen, of Ebnal, treat
Oswestry, At Whitgreave, of the small.pox, Mr. J. At Sylactin, Mr. Peters, to Mrs. Rider, af Till, 59.
Oswestry. AC Alrewas, Mr. Richard Yeld.
At Ludlow, Mr. Nathaniel Aaron, to Mrs. Ac Wolverhamplon, Harriet, eldest daugh. Martba Spruce. ter of George Molineux, esq.
At Winstanstow, Mr. D. Lloyd, of the At Madeley, Ms. E. Yate, third son of T. Grove, to Elizabeth, only daughter of Mei
Lokjer, of Strefford. At Sbelton, Ephraim Chatterley, esq. 70. Ar Moreton Say, the Rev. F. W. Holne,
rector of Meysey Hampton, Glocestershire, Proposals have been circulated for raising, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late by subscription, a capital of 30,0001. for esta• Thomas Pigot, eng. of Almington Hall, blishing, in Birmingham, a company, for the Staffordshire. better supplying the town and neighbourhood At Bridgnorth, Mr. Hinton, attorney, of with timber, both of foreign and British Much Wenlock, to Miss Tomkies, formerly growth, and with other articles, principally of Adcot Hall. imported from northern climaces, to be called, Died.] Ac Priors Lee Hall, Mrs. Eliz. the Foreign and British Timber Company, Wright, relict of Mr. Gilbert W. of Birming. with a capital of 50,0001. in shares of 501. bam, 69. each,
At the New House, near Wem, Ms. TheMarried.] At Willoughby, Ms. J. Hesom, mas Wilkinson. to Miss Mary Malin, whose united ages At Wem, Mr. Roger Ireland, 29. amount to 29 years.
At Ludlow, Mary Anne, daughter of Mr. At Hampton on the Hill, Mr. John Green, of the Crown loa... Joseph Wells, Hawkes, to Mrs. Cooke.
eldest son of Mr. Jones. Ar Berford, Thomas Comber Ray hould, Al Whitchurch, Mr. James Turner esq. of Kinfare House, Staffordshire, to Meakin, sui geon, 62. Elizabeth, relict of the Rev. Jason Bourne. At the Druid Ina, acar Corwen, Mri.
At Kenilworth, Mr. Joseph Butler, of the Roberis. Five Ways, Birmingham, to Misa Breedon. Ac Shrewsbury, Mrs. Scanley, 77; and,
At Birmingham, Mr. Joseph Rider, of three days afterwards, her sister, Mrs. Adams. Westbromwich, to Mrs. Woodcock.--Dr. -Mr. G. Humphrys ~Mis. Maddocks Richard Straw, of Betchton, Cheshire, to Mrs. Mary Watkies, 89.-Mr. J. Lloyd. Miss Mary Innes, of Coventry.
Mr. Richard Wilding, sen.-Mr. Samuel Al Coventry, Ms. Cope, of Edgbaston, to fewerell. Miss Bennett.
Ac Coalport, Wm. Rose, esq. captain of Died.] At Birningbam, Mr. Joseph Day, the Apley Company, in the Morfe and 65.-Mrs. Clamroch.-Mr. Richard Wil. Royal Oak regiment of volunteer intanery, liams, 59.- Mr. Thomas Willington --Mr. Ac Hadley, Mrs. Clift, 21.--Mr. T. Benjamin Henley, 53. --Mr. Wm. Till, 34. Price, 20. Mrs. Jones. - Miss Rebecca Adcock, 18. Ac Bridgnorth, Mrs. Moore, wife of F. Me Mr. J. Hayward, 61.-Mr. Richard Peck, esq. 60.--Mrs. Burt, wife of Mr. Wm B. 74.- At Hatton Qrange, Mr. Wright. Mrs. Best, 63. -Mr. Deykin.--Mrs. Deborah At Shenstone, Mr. J. Hill, 72. Simmons, 88.
At Norton, near Condover, Mrs. Dolly, 79. Ac Coventry, George Howlette, esq. senior At Bishop's Castle, Mr. John Davies, of alderman, 65.-Mr. Wm. Wilson, 48.- the Unicorn Inn. Mr. Jobn Cash, 68.-Elisabeth, daughter of At Hadley, near Wellington, Miss Slater. Mrs. Pollard, 15.
At Oswestry, Mr. Hayward.—John Gibe: At Rushall Hall, Mrs. Parson, wife of Mr. bons, esq. banker. Joseph P.
At Acton Burnell, Sir Edward Smythe, At Harborne, Miss Orr,
baronet, of that antient and respectable mano At Henley in Arden, NJI. J. Field, juli. sion, and of Wootton House in the county of
At Radway, açar Edge Hill, the Rev. G. Warwick. He is succeeded in his title and D. Meacher.
estates by his only son, dow Sir Edward Joseph At Camp Hill, Juliana, eldest daughter of Smyche, bart. J. N. Ludford, esq.
Married.) At Shrewsbury, Mr. Highway, Asarried ] At Kidderminster, Mr. Joshut 10 Martha, daughter of the late Mr. Moreton, c. Cooper, to Miss Roberts, daughter of the of Albright Hussey.--Mr. Wm. Dodd, to late John R. esq. Miss Birch.--Mr. Thomas Gougte, of Chester, Ai Ripple, William Matty, sg. of Royd, to Mrs. Mary Price.
to Miss Leaver, of Upton. 1
'Died.). At Powick, near Worcester, Mr. number of respectable subscribers, and is likely John Herbert, sen. 65.
to become the resort of fashion. The strengthe Ac Blockley, Mr. Joseph Morris, practi- * éning and excellent quality of its water needs tion:r in physic.
no eulogium from its well-known and peculiar, Ac 'pron on Severn, Mrs. Houstoun, virtues, but the sicuation of the Spa demands wife of Lieutenant colonel H. and third praise, ils scite being in che highly respected daughter of William Wnitmore, esq. of Dud. owner's garden, laid out by the hand of taste, raston Hall, Salop.
interspersed with shrubs and flowers, whilst HEREFORDSHIRE.
the serpentined gravelled walks afford a pru. Married.} At Kingion, Mr. Samuel menase, and the whol: being inclosed, free Harkell, of Pegglesworth, to Miss Martha fron every species of inconvenience. The Heeks, of Beckford, both in Glocestershire. adii ion of the simply-elegant temple, appro
At Richard's Castle, Mr. Clark, of Here- priated for receiving the water, gives effect ford, to Miss S. Tomlins,
to the scene, uniting convenience with tasteAt Cradley, George Hiles, esq. of the Bean ful judgment. House, to Frances, youngest daughter of the Married.] At Newland, Tliomas Frarcis, late Caldwall, esq. of Hope End. Procter, esq. of London, brother, to the Rev.
Át Luominster, Mr. Tagg, solicitor, of P.M Procter, vicar of that parish, to Mrs. London, to Mrs. Payne.
Mullion, sister to Virs, Procier. --Thomas
Anı, daughter of the Rev. S. Paget, of Peo
'At Hawkesbury.Upton, Mr. James Goul. MONMOUTHSHIRL.
ter, of leity France, to Miss Allen, of the
Edge, to Jane, daughter of Mr. Pearce, ata
tu Miss Woot. At Grossmount, Miss Shanks, eldest At Weston-sub.edge, John Hancock, csq. daughter of Capt. S.
of Stratiord upona Avon, to Miss Price, At Red hill, near Monmouth, Mr. John daughter of Mr. P. of Norton Grounds. Collins.
Ac Moreton Say, the Rev. P. W. Holme, GLOUCESTERSHIRE.
rector of Meyey Hampton, to Mary ElizaA plan is proposed which, if carried in... beth, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Pin execution, will make Clifton Downs an object gott, esq, of Almington, Staffordshirg. of rivalry to Bath, in that particular in which Died.) At Cirencester, Elizabetis, relice Bath is most celebrated i viz. to erect a set of Giles Daubeny, esq. and second daughter of artificial baths for hot water vapour, and of the late John Gon ing, esq. of Old Bure cold ablusion on Dr. Kentish's plan, whose lington-screet, London. success in preventing the first approaches of At Gloucester, Samuel Jeynes, esq. 3.5, consumption from scrophula, and other causes, of that city, only son of the late Sir Edwin by means of warm vapour, aad warm:d at- J. and a partner in the banking house of mospherical air introduced througir earthen Messrs. Turner, Morris, Jeynes, and Co. stoves, now begins to be generally acknow. Mr. John Chester, 72, Mr. James Ireland, jedged. It is also in contemplation, and 65.–Mr. John George, 90 -Mr. Hines, will probably be soon executed, to cut out a 70.-William Viner, esq. 79. He resided most noble esplanade from Mrs. Miles's house, upwards of fifty years in Fenchurch street, quite down to the rocky promontory that London, in the drug trade, aod a few years overhangs the River a von. Such a walk ago was nominated one of the sheriffs of the as chis would exceed in beauty and conveni. metropolis, but paid the usual fine rachet ence every thing of the kind in England; than serve. He has left, among many chan for even now, in its irrenular state, it is every ritable donations, 5001, to the Gloucester in. Sunday frequented by thousands of decently firmary. dressed people, and generally two or three At Newent, Mrs. Hannah Bower, sister bands in the evening, being sufficiently long to John B. esq. and wide to afford room for all classes At Clapton, near Berkeley, Mr. Bakes, walk without interrupting each other, and 63. commanding views of the river and hanging At Winchcombe, Mrs. Chester, 60. woods' opposite, that are unequalled in point of beauty by any other spot in the island. On the 12th of April, a most destructies
The Cambray Spa, Cheitenham, the property fire broke out at the dsveiling. house of Mr. of Colonel Riddell, is now opened to a select Robert Taylor, at Warkworch, near Banbury, MONTHLY MAG. No. 113.
which burnt down the same ; also the dwel. Died.] Philip Box, esq. banker of Bucks ling- house of Mr. Osborn, with all the exo ingham, and of Fleet-street, London, receivere tensive barns and out-buildings of Messrs. general and a magistrate for this county. Osborn, Maull, and Drury. The fire was carried by the violence of the wind to a dwel. Married.] Ac Flamstead, Benjamin So ling house some hundred yar's distant, mers, e q. of Markgate-street, Bedło:dshire, which was consumed. The cries of a valoa. to Miss Pope, only daughter of the late sco ble mare in foal, pige, &c. which were bu nt, reniiah P. esq. of the Hyele. were truly distressing. "The loss in corn, At Baldock, Jostph Morris, esq. of Ampte hay, and goods, is very great ; and insured lill, B:ds, to Martha, daughter of Joha only to a small amount. Only one house Pryor, esq. could be saved, and that had taken fire. Died.] Suddenly, whilst dressing hims:lf, Pour engines attended, bot could save a very the Rev. Jehn Norman Ord, rector of Well, imall part of the household goods, stock, &c. hampstead and Harpenden, eldest son of trie Notwithstanding the exertions of the inha. Rev. Dr. O. of Fornhaan, Suffolk. The abuse bitants of Banbury, and the engines from valuable preferment, estimated to be worila thence, the wind was so very high, that in 12001. per ar num, is in the giit of the Bishop less than two hours the village was nearly of Lincoln. burnt down. Mrs. Osborn was severely At Gravely, Mrs. Salisbury, wife of the burnt.
Rev. Thelwall S. Married.] At Oxford, Mr. James T'iylor,
CAMBRIDGESHIRE. to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Neale, of A numerous and respectable meeting of Storesfeld.--Mr. William Costar, to Miss the proprietors and occupiers of land, in this Lee.-- Mr. Newman, of the Black Swan, to county, was lately held at Cambridge, the Martha, fourth daughter of Mr. Busby God. Earl of Hardwicke in che chair, and entered frey, of Cumner. Mr. Ezra Goodyer, to into a variety of resolutions for forming Miss Knapp
an Agricultural Society. The Earl At Ceombe, near Woodstock, Mr. Harris, Hardwicke was appointed president. Tbe to Miss Mary Couling.
first general meeting of the society will be At Kidlington, Mr. Henry Crook, to Miss held on Wednesday, the 26th of Jane, at Rowland, of Water Earon.
Cambridge. Died.) A: Oxford, Mrs. Grain. 69.-Mr. An occurrence has taken place at New. Greenwood, formerly master of the New Inn. market, which is the subject of general cone -Mr. Robert Brown, 72.- Ms. Anthony versation and surprise among the frequenters Bull.-Mrs. Glover, 52 - Mr. Richard of the turf. Several horses were eniered for James, 71.- Mrs. Green. Mr. Appletree, the claret stakes, and, as usual, were cakes 82 -Mr. William Hail. --Mrs. Ellis.--Mrs. out one morning for exercise. They all Dolley, wife of Mr. Robert D. 41.–Mr. drank at one watering-trough. Some time Crump, a member, of the common.council, after they had been watere, six of them were 76.-*r. Richard Walker, of ene Bell Inn. observed to stayger, and then to roli àpost in At Wytham, Mr. Christopher Lipscombe, the greatest agony. Four whose value is
estimated at 70001. or 80001. are since dead. At Charlgrove, Mr. Neil.
On examining the water-trough, it was found At Duddingten, Mr. H. Churchill, a mem- that the water had been poisoned. The ber of the corporation of Oxford.
horses were the property of Lord Kinnairit, At Kiolington, Mr. Hobday, formerly Sir F. Standien, and Mr. Sicwell. The master of the Swan Inn, Teisworth, 86. Jockey Club have resolved to offer a reward
of 1000 guineas, and an annuity of 1001. a Married.] At Baby, the Rev. A, H. Mat. year, to any person who will furnish a clue, thews, Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, to by which the perpetrators of the aborbinable Charlotte, second daughter of the late R.
act may be discovered. Marriott, e q.
Married.] At Wisbech, Mr. Cripps, the D: d.) At Oundle, Mrs. Wiginton.--Mr. Miss Dewbarn, second daughter of Mr D. Joseph Fisher.
Ac Cambridge, the Rev. Edward Simuns, At Peterborough, Mrs. Image, relict of the M.A. rector of Ovington, to Miss S. M. ReRev. Mr. l.
berts. At Lowick, Mr. John Calston, 70.
Died.] At Cambridge, J. Longley, esq. 99. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.
- Mrs. Purchas, wife of John P.esq.-- Juha, Married.) At Beaconsfield, Willian Col- only son of Mr. Lewis Apsey, 37.- John, lict, r:q. of Witney, Oxon, to Miss Sarah eldest son of John logie, esq 22. Dell.
At March, Isle of Ely, Mr. John House At Aylesbury, Richard, only son of the hold. late Mr. Richard Holloway, of Newton To. At Solam, the Rev. P. B. Scott, 69. ney, Wilis, to Anna Maria, youngest daugh. At Ely, Mr. Nathan Spooner. ter of the laie fonn Rawbone, gent.
At Whittlesford Lodge, Mrs. Fisher, of Mr. Willi:m Cristow, of Eron College, to London, 50. Mis Lucy Bevington, of the same place. Ai Lpwell, Mr. James Miles.