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Mrs. Mary Spedding, 61.Mrs. Rebecca At North Lees, near Ripon, Thomas Wal-
Mr. John Darby, 84.
At Chapel Allerton, Mr. J. Whitaker, 82.
At Eamont Bridge, near Penrith, Mr. Jo. At Whitby, Mrs. Saunderson, wife of Mr. seph Brall, innkeeper.
Jacob Saunderson, master of the sloop AgriAt Bassenthwaite, Mrs. Beatrie, a maiden culture, of that port.---Miss Huntrodes, 63. lody, 75.
At Sheffield, Mr. Samuel Peech, of the At Penrith, Mr. John Stedman, 45. Mr. Angel Inn, 70. He, by his great and perJohn Dennison, 64. He was near thirty severing exertions, essentially iinproved and years in the service of Messrs Clark and Bir- promoted the conveniencies of (ravelling; and beck, as brewer to the old brewery.
what merits particular notice, he was the At Parkes, near Kirkaswald, Mr. Timothy first contractor in the north of England, to Lowthian, 48.
run the Mail Coaches.
His life was re
markablc for industry, by which berose from The Mayor and Commonalty of York have an bruinble situation to the possession of offered the following rewards to such archi. considerable property. He discharged the tects, engineers, builders, or others, as shall, duties of his employment with strict honour, on or before the second day of Angirst next, and to the satisfacıion of all who frequented give, in the opinion of the said Mayor and his house; for it was, with truth, his pride Commonalty, the best plan for carrying into and boast, that the accommodations of his execution the intended improvement of Ouse inn were equal, if not superior, to any in bridge, by widening it, according to the sec the kingdom. His independent mind, his tion of the present arches, and for making real honesty, his enthusiastic love for his the new. foundations and abutments"; together king and country, and his general manners with an estimate of the expense :
and deportment through life, attracted the For the most approved plan. . 1001.
admiration of all ranks of society. For the second..
At Badsworth, near Pontefract, William For the third..
... 401. Willis, esq. 48. Murried.] Ac Beverley, Joseph Hall, esq. Ai Pontefract, Mrs, Hepworth, relict of to Miss M‘Donatd.
Joha Epworth, esq. At Kirkheaton, Edmund Walker, jun. At Airey Hill, near Whitby, in his 80th esq. of the exchequer office, Lincoln's Inn, to year, Richárd Moorsom, esq. one of his MaMiss Walker, daughter of the late Samuel jesty's Justices of the Peace, and father to Walker, esq. of Lascelles Hall.
Capt. Robert Moorsom, of the royal navy,
At Whitby, Mr. Thomas Donkin, late Mrs. Calson, 40.-Mrs. Barker.-Mr. Wil. steward to Lord Mulgrave, to Miss Alice liam Hall, 62.- John Lee, esq. merchant, Bateman.
42.-Mrs. E. Nordis, 59.-Nrs. Gelson, 81. At Bawtry, William Duncan Campbell, At Wakefield, Mr. Joseph Wood, bovka esq. of Whitby, Northumberland, to Re: seller.--Mr. Matthews, B. A. late student becca, only daughter of the late T. Boroker, of Magdalen College, Cambridge, 28.-Mr. of the county of Northampton.
Samuel Lake, 60.–Mr. John Shaw, serjeant
At Leeds, Mrs. Pawson, relict of the Rev.
At Barnsley, Miss Sarah Bent, eldest the Methodist connection.-Mr. W. Grocock, daughter of Mr Bent, of London, bookseller. 63. Mrs. Hall, of the Star and Garter Inn,
At York, Mrs. Forbes. Lieutenant Henry 37.-Mr. R. Ray.-Mr. William Fretwell. Whettam, of the Craven Legion, now on -Miss Nixon, only daughter of Mr. Nixon, permanent duty in this city. He mistook merchant. his way, fell into the Ouse, and was drowned. At Bottom boat, near Wakefield, Mr.
At Beverley, Mrs. Mary Midgley, last Wood, superintendant of the navigation surviving sister of the late Jonathan Midgley, works, at Lake Lock. He was sailing in a esq. one of the aldermon of that corporation, small boat, with two other persons, when a 04.
sudden squall upset is. His companions, be
irg able to swim, reached the shore ; but At Duxbury, Mr. Richard Unsworth, 71. Mr. Wood, after clinging a short time to the At Boughton, Mr. Smith, 77. mast, sunk, and was drowned, just as his At Everton, John Rowe, jun. esq. companions were about to plunge into the At Preston, Mr. Robert Newsham.Mrs. water again, to attempt to save him. He Walchman, relict of Thomas Walchman, was a promising young man, bighly re esq.Mr. W. Hargreaves, 48. spected.
Ac Stayley Bridge, Miss Eliz. Mylne. LANCASHIRL.
At Harishead, Ashton-under-Lyne, Marco Married.] At Compton Paunceforth, Ed. J. Dyson, 82. ward Barrow, esq. of Ailithwaite Lodge, At Samlesbury, near Preston, Ellen Cowell, Lancasbire, to Miss Palmer, only daughter in her 101st year. of th: Rev. J. Palmer, rector of that parish. Ar Blackburn, Mr. John Douglass, for.
At Lancaster, Mr. George Flower, eldest merly a bookseller chere, 53.-The Rev. son of Richard Flower, esq. of Hertford, to John Barnes, vicar of Huyton. Miss Jane Dawson, eldest daughter of the At Wigan, Mr. Roger Taylor. Jate John Dawson, esq. of Aldcliffe Hall, At Longton, the Rev. Mr. Loxham, reca near Lancaster,
tor of St. Matthew, Bethnal Green, London, At Liverpool, Henry Chad, esg. of Chapel and formerly Fellow of Brazenose College, Hill, Margate, to Miss Christian Fletcher, Oxford.. second daughter of Joseph Fletcher, esą. At Ashton, in the parish of Winwick, in Mr. Thomas Chantler, jun. of Northwich, bis 40th year, the Rev. John Woodrow, to Miss Ann Nayler, daughter of Thomas A. M. the Minister of that piace, anChapNayler, esq;
lain to the Earl of Galway. He was a na. At Manchester, Mr. C. H. Jones, of Li- tive of Wells, in the county of Norfolk, was verpool, to Selina, fifth daughter of the late educated at Catharine Hall, Cambridge, was John Whittenburgh, esq.
for some years Chaplain at Lancaster Castle, At Eccles, Mr. John Harrison, merchant, from which place he removed to Ashton, on of Manchester, to Mrs. Potter, widow of being nominated to the curacy there by the Edward Poucer, esq. of Barfield Lodge, Pen- Rev. Geoffrey Hornby, Rector of Windleton.
wick. Died.) At Haybrook, near Rochdale, Benjamin Smith, esq. 59. A man of the strictest Married.) A: Prestbury, Ms. Charles Hatintegrity and worth, and of the most unble. field, to Miss Elizabeth Mayson, both of mished character and reputation. He was Macclesfield. scrupulously just in all his transactions ; open At Frossham, Mr. George Harbridge, to to feel, and ready to relieve, the distresses of Miss Brown, second daughter of Mr. Tho. the unfortunate : humble in every depart mas Brown. ment, he discharged, from principle, all the At Chester, Robert Baxter, esq. to Miss relative duties of life. His extensive cha. Lowndes.Mr. Thomas Jones, to Miss Leo rities, and active benevolence, haye procured Colley. him the prayers of all the poor in his neigh Ac Acton, Mr. Joseph Vickers Shephard, bourhood. As he was in life highly esteem of Wettenhal, to Miss Noden, of Cholmon. ed, so he is in death deeply and deservedly destun. regretted. An afflicted widow and son deem Died.] At Chester, Miss Barnstón, sister this tribute no less due to justice, than to to Roger Barnston, esq “Samuel Wright, the memory of departed affection and worth. esq. 65.
At Hallsal, the Rev. Glover Moore, rec Ac Backwood Lodge, near Neston, John tor of that place, 74.
Cukit, esq. attorney, 32. At Lancaster, Mr. Henry Martindale. At Barrow, Miss H. Williams, third Mr. William Threlfal, 63.--Mrs. Sheep- daughter of Mr. Ralph Williams, 20. shanks.
At Wood Green, Mrs. Oakes, wite of Mr. At Ulverston, Mrs. Harrison.
Oakes, attorney. At Manchester, Mrs Duckworth.--Mrs.
DERBYSHIRE. Woods, 48 --Mr. Samuel Faulkner, 27. Married.] At Measham, John Pountney, Mr. W. Cordeux.
esq. of Wednesfield, near Wolverhampton, At Pendleton, Mrs. Pendleton, 67. to Maria, second daughter of che late John
At Liverpool, Mr. Moses Barlow.-Mrs. Siinmonds, esq. of Bute House, near Ather, Sanderson M. Henry Winn, 41.-Miss stone. Mary Dale.--Mrs. Hanly, relict of Captain At Derby, Mr. William Nuttall, of WirksHanly, many years commander of a vessel worth, to Miss Sarah Watson.Mr. Charles from this port.-Mrs. Brown.--Mr. W. Breotnall, to Miss Duke. Dobson, 57, Mr. Charles Newton. -- Miss At Dronfield, Joseph Cecil, esq. to Miss Taylor, 24.-Thomas Chubbard, 71.--Wil- S.C. Hollings. liam Gregson, esq.Mr. Whitehead.-Mr. At Chesterfield, Mr. H. Frith, to Miss C. Jones, merchant.--Mr. W. N. Wright. Howitt,--Mr. Milnes, of Nottingham, to James Sheffield, esq. of Madeira.-Mrs. Miss Crawshaw, of Brampton Moor. Harrison, 58.--Mr. John Blezard, ship At Edensor, Mr. Gosling, of Chesterfield, kuilder, 48.
to Miss Higgs.
At Earl Sterndale, Mr. Richard Finney, of Moneyash, to Miss E. Rogers,
Died. ). At Smalley, Mr. "Birch, 57.
At Derby, Mrs. Hopkinson, 70.--Mr. Joseph Thorpe, 87.-Mr. George Palmer, 41.-Sarah, wife of Mr. Joseph Osborne, 26.
At Ockbrook, Mrs. Martha Freason, 86.
At Wheatley House, Mrs. Bower, eldest daughter of the late Mr. Bower, of Darley Hall.
At Swanwick, Mr. William Watley, 71.
At Tideswell, Thomas, the second son of the Rev. T. Brown, 21.
At Foolow, Mrs. Martha Hodgkinson,
At Lincoln, Mrs. J. Shuttleworth,
At Heckington, Richard Christopher, gent,
At Coningsby, within a few days of each other, Mr. Ely Hall, and Mr. Thomas Hall, brothers.
Married.] At Nottingham, Mr. C. Huish, Married.). Mr. Turner, of Market Harbofourth son of the late Mark H. Huish, .esq. rough, to Miss Hewitt, of Great Bowden. to Miss Youle.
At Leicester, Thomas Wright, esq. to Mrs. Richard Bradley Wainman, esq. of Carr. Watchorn, relict of Thomas Watchorn, head, Yorkshire, to Lady Ingleby Amcutts, ' gent. of Amcott's House, Retford.
Died.] At Peatling, Mr. Oldacres.' At East Bridgford, Mr. Hogg, of Wysall, At Leicester, Mrs Greasley.--Mrs Hitchto Miss Taylor.
cock. At Newark, Mr. Watson, lo Miss Aulse At Scraptoft, Mrs. Carter, wife of John brooke.
Edward Carter, esq. Died.] At Nottingham, Mrs. Theakstone, At Evington, Mrs. Coulton, relict of the 34.--Mrs. Wyer.
Rev. Richard Coulton, 69. At Newark, Mrs. Fisher.-Mr. John Ware, of the Woolpack Inn.-Mrs. Farmer, Married.] At Hanbury, Mr. Sherratt, of of Hougham.
Palmer Moor, to Miss Hannah Pabbern, niece At Lenton, Mr. Richard Sharp.
of Thomas Hunt, esq. of Fauld Hall. At Gonalston, Mrs. Darby.
At West Eromwich, the Rev. John Grifm At Mansfield, Mr. R. Baguley, 62. fiths, to Miss Mary Ann Ar!ams. At Busford, Mrs. Pearson.
At Kingswinford, Durley Grazebrook, esg. At Wollaton, Mr. Moss, 78.
of Chertsey, Surry, to Miss Sarah Grazebrook, LINCOLNSHIRE.
daughter of Michael Grazebrook, esq. of Audo Married.) At Spalding, John Newbald, nam, near Stourbridge. esq. of Hull, to Miss Flinders:
At Bucknall, David Wilson, esq. of HanAt Sulton-le-Marsh, John Saul Cook, gent. ley, to Miss Heath. of Scrimby, son of - Cook, esq. of Burgh, Died.] At Burslem, Mr. Thomas Wedg. to Miss Wilson, daughter of T. W. gent. wood, nephew of the late Josiah Wedgwood,
At Gainsborough, Mr. Thomas Besby, of 'esq. of Etruria. Wath, near Doncaster, to Miss E. Popplewell, At Abbott's Brumley, Mrs. Goodwin, redaughter of Captain John P. of the brig lict of Colonel G. Blandira, London tradir.
At Tanworth, F. Woodcock, gent. many At Barton upon Humber, Isaac "een, esq. years an alderman of that borough, 93 -Mr. of West Halton, to Mary, second waughter of Thomas Hewitt, youngest son of Mrs. H. Mr. James Bygott.
At Himley, while walking in apparently Ac Maltby, W. Edman, jun. gent. of Bees- good health in her garden; Mrs. Burn, 42. by, to Miss Lowe.
At Wolverhampton, Mrs. Pict, and three At Theddlethorpe, St. Helens, the Rev. Mr. days afterwards, her daughter, Mrs. Phrase y. Taylor, to Mrs. Atkinson.
-Miss Wilkes.Mrs. Dadford. Died.] At Louth, Mr. Henry Lenton, At Shelton, Mr. R. Ridgway, eldest son 74.-Mr. William Fish, merchant, 28.
of Mr. George Ridgway. At Gainsborough, Mr. Anthony Whiley, At Stafford, Mr. John Robotham, 42. 62.-Mr. Timothy Lilley, 65.-Mr. John Mr. Thomas Hall.-Mrs. Jennings. Miss Farley, of the Bridge Inn, 65.--Mrs. Brand, Juliana Hand. Jate of the White Hart Inn, 58. Mr. Samuel At Walsall, Mr. Meesom. Gill, 79.
At Handsworth, Mrs. Mary Birch, 81. At Burton upon Humber, Mrs. Stephenson, 79.
Married.] At Alcester, Lieutenant PickIn Grimsby Roads, on board the Thomas ering, of the Local Militia of this county, lo af Lynn, Capt. Smith, of that vessel. Miss Langston.
At Warwick, Mr. William Stanley, to At Leigh, Mr. H. B. Bearcroft, to Miss Aliss Charlotte Bishop.
Deakin. At Birmingham, Mr. Sadler, of Maccles At Great Malvern, the Rev. Mr. Sandi. field, to Miss Wilson.
ford, precentor of Wells Cathedral, to Miss Died. At Birmingham, William Penn, Roberts, of Hadley, Middlesex. esq.-- Mr. Benjaroin May.--Mrs. Jane Capen At Evesham, John Edwin, esq: of Sheriff's hurst, widow of Mr. Capenhurst, of the Rve- Lench, to Miss Alcock, of Beng worth. buck Tavern.--Mr. Horton, grocer... Mrs. At Worcester, Jonathan Nickson, esq. of Jones, 81.-Mrs. Southall.co-Mr Joseph l'ar- Wem, Salop, to Miss Rogers, daughter of sor, 60. As a tradesinan he was truly respect. Herbert Rogers, esq. mayer of Worcester. able for his industry, integrity, and libera. Died.] At Worcester, Mrs. Ford, wife of Jity; and as an inhabitant of this place. Mr. Ford, of Sidbury. Her death was occaBirmingham is much indebted to him for his sioned by circumstances peculiarly distressing: spirited activity in discharging, tlırough se she had iaken her child to a surgeon, to have veral successive years, the office of church. a swelling on the throat ianced, when the warden, and for his zealous co-operation in operation was about to be performed, she forwarding the late improvements around St. fainted, and immediately expired.--Mrs. Eveš. Martin's, which are su justly acknowledged ham.-Mis Bibb, of ine Falcon, 71.-Mr. as ornamental and advantageous to the town. Jolin Freame.-Mrs. Ann Reilly, wife of Mr. Osborne, 73.-Mrs. Martha Turst, 52.
Mr. Reilly, printer. Mrs. Ganderton, 64.-Mr. James Durose, At Kempsey, Mrs. Mary Harris, formerly 31.--Mrs. Nowsham, relict of tbe Rev. F'eeřs of Worcester. Newsham, late rector of Harborough Magna, At Blackstone, near Bewdley, Mrs. Church, and ot Frankton, and vicar of Hungary Har- relict of Jeremiah Church, late one of the bury.
advocates of the supreme court of Calcutta. At Warwick, Mr. James Dyer, 17.-Mr. At Stourbridge, Mrs. Aston, of the Three William Land, 56.
Married.) At Lugwardine, T. W. Wil. John Parkes.-Mr. Shedden.
liams, esq. jun to Miss M. M. Paterhalt, of At Coventry, Mrs. Elizabeth Mitchell. Hereford. Mr.Clemoens, 79.-Mrs. Lowe, or Coleshill.
At Madley, Mr. W. Smith, of the Bach, At Helley, in Arden, Mrs. White, 87.
to Miss Pritchard, of Chelstom. At Astley, Mrs. Kelsey, 66.
Died.), At Weobly, Evan Lloyd, esq. At Stoke, Mr. Thoipas Lightburne.
At Ingestone, Mr. Leigh Hoskyns, last At Stratford on Avon, Mrs. Barke, of the surviving son of the late Rev. John HosWhite Lion Inn.
kyns, of Pidstow.
At Bage, Mr. Jenkin Williams, 47.
The Chancellor'. Prizes are this year ad. At Edgmond, Mr. W. Rose, to Miss E. judged to the following Gentlemen :Goodall. W. Banks, esq. to Miss Ann The English Essay “ On the Love of our Wright, of Coletrook-dale.
Country," to Mr. C. P. Burney, B. A. of At Whitchurch, Mr. Charles Poston, to Merton College. Miss Mary Yardley.
The Latin Verses “ Corinthus," to Mr. Died.] At Westbury, Mrs. Sambrook.
Peter Meyer Latham, of Brasenose College. At Shrewsbury, Mrs. Parry, 41.-Mrs. The donation for English Verse, “ John Wicksteed, 71.-Mrs. Richards, 70.
the Baptist,” to Mr. Charles Henry Johnson, At Much Weniock, Mr. Theophilus Mor of Brasenose College, rall, 66.
Married.) At Kemmerton, Mr. J. BrindAt the Buildings, near Oswestry, Mrs. all, of Burford, to Miss Mary Dobbs, sister Edmunds.
of S. Dobbs, esq. of Westmancoat, At Ross Hall, Miss Lekauffe, governess in At Oxford, the Rev. W. Oddie, A. M. the family of Cecil Forrester, esq.
Fellow of Magdalen College, 10 Marja, eldest
At Drayton, Mr. Thomas Jackson, of
At Lusham, Lieut. Cox, of the 51st regi. At Welshpool, Mrs. Morris, of the Three ment of foot, to Miss Bowerman, only Tuns. Mr. Howell, of the Eagles.
daughter of Mr. Joseph Bowerman:
bst Banbury, Lieut. and Assistant Surgeon Married.) At Peopleron, Mr. George Browse, of the Bedford militia, to Miss MaHunt, eldest son of John Hunt, esq. of Naya- rianne Judd. ton Beauchamp, to Miss Heynes.
Died.) At Oxford, Mrs. Parsons, wife of to be decided at the next Hertford Meeting, John Parsons, esq.--Mr. Henry Mc Kaon, in September next. 85.- Mr. William Forty, 61.
Married.] At Broxbourn, Mr Rogers, to At Marston, Mr. John Loder.
Miss Laurie, daughter of Robert Laurie, esq. At Henley upon Thames, Miss Rose Died.) At Turner's Hill, in the parish of Byles.
Cheshunt, to which he had been removed At Stoke Talmage, Mrs. Mary Webb. from his father's house at Pancras, for 'change At Wheatley, Mr. Thomas Walton. of ai', Mr. William Wallays Macpherson, At Banbury, Mrs. Goodwin, mother of geographer, a youth of most amiable character, Afr. Goodwin, of the Cock Inn.
and of very great professional merit. At Neithrop, Mrs. Williams, relict of At Rickmansworth, Mr. Thomas Howard, Richard Williams, esq.
banker. 49.-- John C. Swannell, only child At Bampton, Mr. Richard Clarke. of Mr. Swannell, solicitor.
Died.] At Bedford, Mrs. Grummett, 96. Married.) At Econ, Charles Grover, esq. John Parker, M. D. an alderman of this of Hammersmith, to Miss Lovegrove. corporation, 79.-Mrs. Hallewell, wife of
Ac l'ottenhoe, Mr. John Eeles, eldest son J. Hallewell, esq. of John Eeles, esq. of Thame, Oxfordshire,
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. to Eliza, youngest daughter of Mr. Cox. Died.] At Peterborough, Mr. Cooper,
At Haddenham, Mr. William Clarridge, At Duston, Miss Gibbs, daughter of Mr. of Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, to Miss Thomas Gibbs, of Birmingham. Priscilla Sanders.
At Earl's Barton, Mr. Samuel Eaton, 51. · Died.) AC Wooburn, the Rev. Thomas
At Northampton, Mrs. Tymms, rclict of English
the Rev. George Tymms, formerly vicar of At Sauthory, near Aylesbury, Mr. Joseph Dallington, and rector of Harpole, 72. Monk, 55.
At Kettering, Mr. William Buswell. At Aylesbury, Mrs. Hicks, of the White
At Fothering bay, Mrs. Bradshaw. Hart-Inn, 38.
The Rev. John Tinden, B. D, vicar of At Fenny Stratford, Mr. Isaiah Constable, Ascwick. 30.
Married.] Ac Glacton, Mr. Woods, of At the late meeting of the Hertfordshire · Post Witham, to Miss E. Daws. Agricultural Society, at Berkhamstead, a Died.) At Huntingdon, Mr. James Watlarge company of the Agriculturalists met song of the Register's Office, 47. in a field belonging to the Earl of Hridge.
CAMBRIDGESX1AE. water, near the town, to decide upon the Married.] At Doddington, Mr. John Dunmerits of the different ploughs that were ham, of Benwick, to Miss Fisher, of Wim. offered for the premium ; when the follow- blington. ing premiums were adjudged :
Died.] At Cambridge, Mr. Cherrington, - To the owner of the plough which does one of the proprietors of the Cambridge its work best with the least draught, ten Union Coaches.-Mr. William Beaumont. guineas, to the Earl of Bridgewater, for his At Edith Weston, Walden Orme, esq. a Hampshire plough, made by Mr. W. Pienty, gentleman well known for some spurting ece to whom his Lordship very handsomely gave centricities. He was sailing in a small buat the premium.
on a pond, when he accidentally fell over To the best ploughman, Daniel Lovett, board, and was drowned. three guineas.- To the second best plough At Linton, Mr. A. B. Perkins, altorney. man, Thomas Bell, two guineas. To the At Downham Market, Mrs. Hacon, wife third best ploughman, Thomas Nicholl,' of Mr. Hacon, master of the academy.one guinea. To the owner of the best one Mr. Martin Pidgeon, 66.-Mr. James Child, year old ram, Earl of Bridgewater, five gui- 58.--Mr. John Eastoll.-- Vr. John Saffiy, neas, which his Lordship presented to the youngest son of Edmund Saffery, esq. Society. To che owner of the best ewe of Ac Ely, Mrs. Clare, 72. the Merino breed, five guineas, Edward Ac Bartlow, Mrs. Hall, wife of the Rev. George Forshim..To the owner of the Joseph Hall, rector of that place, and vicar best ewe do. du. five guineus, Edward George of Dullingham. . Fordham.-Three guineas to Joseph Ta At Grantchester, Mrs Matthews, wife of bon, the best shearer.-Two guineas to Mr. Uriah Matthews. She was found John Pollard, second best ditto.--One gui. drowned in the river. nea to Jos. Hawes, third best do.
It was proposed to have but one meeeing A female school, on the Lancastrian pian, in the year in future, after the next Sep. has been established in Norwich, under the tember Meeting, which will be held at direction of a female friend iron Bristol in. Hertford--one year to be at Beskhamstead, croduced and supported by the fexuales of that. and the other year, alternately, at Hertford, family of friends who are always alive to the