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20. At West Cowes, in the Ine' of Goodmanham, near Market WeighWight, Lady Burrell.

Lately, in Dublin, Hamilton Gorges, James Turnbull, esq. advocate, at esq. M. P. for the county of Meath. Edinburgh.

22. John Cornwall, esq. of Grosve 8. Captain William Lindsay, of nor-place, in his 29th year.

South Shields. Miss Henley, daughter of the Rev. Mr.

At Eton, in his 86tli year, Mr. Henley, rector of Rendlesham, Sussex, A. Angelo, fencing and riding malter. aged 18.

Miss Temple, daughter of Lieutenant23. At Dulnotter, Scotland,' Mr. Colonel Temple. Robert Whitworth, engineer.

Henry Capall, efq. of Feltham Hill, At Clapham, in his 70th year, William Middletex. Feuilleteau, esq. F. A. S.

Mr. William Howard, sen, of North Lately, at Darlington, aged 88, Mar. End, Fulharn. maduke Bower, elq.

Lieutenant - General William Spry, Lately, at Manchester, William Mon commandant of the corps of royal engin sell, eiq: late lieutenant-colonel of the 29th regiment of foot,

12. At King-freet, Bath, Mrs. Lately, Mr. Franklin, of the Notting- Woodhouse. ham Theatre.

13. At Oxford, the Right Hon. Dow. 24. At Purford, near Ripley, Mr. ager Lady Viscountess Cullen. George Lucock, sen.

14. At Alborough House, Dublin, At Buxton, in his 58th year, Thomas 'the Right Hon. Countess of Alborough, Butterworth Bayley, efq. of Hope, near widow of Edward the late Lord, and since Manchester.

married to George Powell, esq. barrister 25. At Homerton, Mrs. Sarah Albert, in her 97th year.

Lately, at Guildford, within a few 26. In Little Ormond-street, James days of having completed his 701h year, Lock Rollinfon, esq. of Chadlington, Thomas Morgan, e q. for many years an Oxfordshire.

eminent haberdasher in Piccadilly, and a Lately, the Rev. Mr. Norton, vicar of constant Correipondent in Woodfall's Polesworth, in Warwickshire, by a fall celebrated newipaper, the Public Adver-. from his horse.

titer, until the publication was disconti. 27. G. F. Schutz, efq. of Shotover nued. houle, Oxfordshire.

Lately, at Wargrave, Berks, the Rev. Henry Be wicke, esq. son of Calverley Mr. Tickell, rectos of Gawlworth, in Btwicke, esq. of Clapham.

Clieliire, and Eat Merlea, in Ellex. 28. In Marlborough ftreet, Dr. Tho. 17. Lieutenant-Colonel Fitzgerald, of mas Garnetr. (See p. s)

the third regiment of foot guards, and Mr. Edward Flower, aged 66, aid-de camp to the Duke of York. formerly a wholesale jeweller.

Mrs, Anne Cracherode, fiter to the Charles Brandling, esq. late one of the late C. M. Cracherode. representatives for Newcastle, in his 76th

In anhope-street, in his 76th year.

year, the Right Hon. Isaac Barre, clerk Lately, Mr. George Stepher Moore, of the pelis. second son of the Rev. Stephen Moore, Mrs. h, athcote, wife of the Rev. Tho. vicar of Doncalier.

mas Heathcote, rector of Stone, in Kent, Lately, Stanhope Pedley, esq. of Tet. and daughter of Sir Thcinas Parker, lord worth, Huntinguonshire.

chiet baron of the exchequer. JULY 1. At Penrith, Cumberland, in his 99th year, Richard Bicamire, ely. father of Mr. Bleamire, of the policeoffice, Hatton-garden.

MAY 1802. Mrs. Martha Washing. At Dulwich, John Rix, esq. many ton, at Mount Vernon, relict of Gericia years accountant-general to the Excite. Washington. olhce,

William Foord, esq. on board the At Marlay Abbey, near Leixlip, Anna, from Bengal. He cut his thinat the Right Rev. Dr. Richard Mariay, as soon as he came in fight of Figo bishop of Waterford and Lilinore. He land. was confecrated in 1787.

At Jamaica, 16th April, kichard 6. The Rev. Mr. Clarke, 'rector of Nicolson, elg, of Mount Pleasant.

MARCH.

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DEATHS ABROAD,

79 MARCH. At Charlestown, South its greatest ornaments, and I loft, more Carolina, Dr. Henry Purcell, twenty than all, my best friend and patron. fix years rector of St. Michael's, in that The many good qualities I have found city.

him to poffets since I have known him, APRIL 7. At Bilboa, in Spain, Robert have so endeared him to me, and to every Elliott, M. D.

one that knew him, and his kindness to JUNE 2. Rear-Admiral Thomas

me has been so great, that his memory Totty. Of this Gentleman the follow. will be cherished by me as long as there, ing account is extracted from a letter is breath in my body. The talk would from young Midhipman*, on board be endless were I to enumerate the many the Saturn, to his father in London, benefits he beltowed on all such as were dated Spithead, July 2.

so fortunate as to be known by him. “ If the public reports have not already One circumstance alone will prove this informed you, how great must your lur. assertion ? having while in health proprise be, on receiving a lelter from me, moted several young men who depended dated at Spithead, after having informed entirely upon him, there were lill leveral you very lately that we expected to left unprovided for; these, while on his remain some time longer in the Welt death-bed, troubled with a multiplicity Indies.

of public affairs, he fill remembered, “ Would to God we had remained and it was almolt his first concern to give there for years, rather than that the me them their commillions, and lend them on lancholy circumstance which has caused board the ship they were appointed to. our return had happened ! in that cli- Suffice it to lay, that on board this ship, mate even, fo inimical to English conitio which he had been long Captain of, at tutions, I should have felt mytelf happy, his death there was scarce a man that did so long as I continued under the patron.

not thed a tear to his memory. Totty, age of Admiral Totty. By the blessing adieu ! happiness is your portion." of God, I there enjoyed a perfect ftate of Lately, at the Hague, Mr. Irhoven van health, although daily hearing of the Dam, late Secretary of the Council for death of some of my brave Thipmates, the American pofleflions. The following most of them cut off in the prime of lite. eulogium in the public journals will proIn the midst of this mortality, the Ad- bably be thought too highly coloured. miral, having been on there for a few “ He may be ranked among the mot days while the thip was painting, was learned men of Europe. Hie Spuke almost attacked by the fever, and on coming on

all the living languages as fluently as his board was immediately put to bed ; and He was alio 1killed in the Greek, thinking that the trenn air at sea might Hebrew, and Latin tongues; and he was benefit him, he ordered the Captain to experienced in the several branches of the get urder way. We cruised a day or

sciences. He excelled in every thing iwo off the Island, when the Admiral which related to the belles leities; and, finding his end fait approaching, with it politics had not unfortunately engroiled. the ailidance of the Secretary and Cap- his attention, he would have thine as one tain, he arranged the public affairs, and of the greaiell lages of Europe, and acappointed a Commodore in the Bay. quired an immortal name.

His exterir On the 24th of last month, we tailed for figure diftinguithed him from nearly all England, and in a day or two we heard other men. He was of small Mature, the joyful news that the Admiral was fhort of body, high-brealied, l:ad a humpmending considerably, and that there were back, an inclining head, a long nose, a fome hopes of his recovery ; but Provi. wide mouth, and very piercing eyes. dence, alas! ordained it other wile ; for This curious machine was lupported by on the 2d of this month, death teized two ja:hs, instead of legs. Such was the upon its prey, and his noble fpirit fled to relidence of a loul, which lzemed too the realms of bliss, to receive that reward great for her.imperfect habitativa." his numberle's virtues deferved. Thus Great Britain did lose one of her braveit ERRATUA, p. 423, for Mr. Robert and molt zealous officers, lociety one of Thenlon, read Mr. James Thumlun.

* The Writer of this interciting letter was with Admiral Torty, in the Invincia We, when the was last year loit in going out of Yarmouth Roads to juin the Baltic fleet,

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THE

European Magazine,

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83

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96 98

For AUGUST 1802. [Embellished with, 1. A PORTRAIT of the Hon. BARON Dimodale. And, 2. A View of WANLIP HALL, LEICESTERSHIRE.)

CONTAINING,

Page Memoirs of the Hon. Baron Dims. stronger Paffions of the Mind, dale, M. D. F.R. S.

each Passion being the Subject of Sentences placed on the Conduits on a Tragedy and a Comedy

126 King James the First's Entrance Juvenile Friend hip; or, The Holiinto London

days : and, The Arrogant Boy ibid. Account of the new Inse&s so pre. A short View of the Natural Hir. judicial to Apple Trees, and a

tory of the Earth

ibid, Method of extirpating them 88 Fither's Brighton New Guide ; or, Topographical Account of Wanlip, A Description of Brighthelmiston, Leicestershire

ibid. and the adjacent Country ibid. Vestiges, collected and recollected,

by Joseph Moser, Esq. No. II. 89 Theatrical Journal; including FaOn Contentment

94

ble and Character of The Voice Rules tending to promote Long Life of Nature, with the EpilogueAccount of Solomon Gellner

Character of a new PerforinerAccount of the Life Boat

Fable and Character of Fairies' Letter from the Hon. Horace Wal Revels; or, Love in the Highpole to the Earl of Buchan

lands

127 Elays after the Manner of Gold Poetry; including The Dream,

smith. Essay XVIII. [Con to Mrs. in a dangerous Illa cluded)

ibid. ness-Ode to the River Darwend Loose Thoughts on Rural Poetry 107

The Ruftic and Plutus--SonM. Garnerin's Account of his Ae.

net to the Nightingale on her rial Voyage from Vauxhall 109 Departure-The Maniac 131 Supplement to the Conítitution of the French Republic

Journal of the Proceedings of the
LONDON REVIEW.

Second Sellion of the First Par.
Evans's Cambrian Itinerary ; or, liament of the United Kingdom
Welch Tourist

115
of Great Britain and Ireland

133 Charnock's History of Marine Archi List of Members returned to serve in tecture (Continued) 118 '. New Parliament

146 Blake's Designs to a Series of Bal Foreign Intelligence, from the Lonlads written by William Hayley, don Gazettes, &c. &c.

151 Elq. and founded on Anecdotes Domestic Intelligence,

154 relating to Animals

125 Marriages, Baillie's Series of Plays : in which Monthly Obituary,

ibid. it is attempted to delineate the Price of Stocks.

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Aurelius's communication came too late to be noticed last month. Dives is inadmissible. As is Speculator. The Poems sent by a Correspondent from Litchfield are printed in Johnson's Works. Roon Lycophron is unavoidably postponed till next month. Davis's Poems and E, s, in our next.

ERRATA in Anacreon, Ode I. for Cadmas, read Cadmus.

Ode II. for She, read Her.
In the Title-page in our last, for July 1801, read July 1802.

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