all the friends of religious liberty and ed his general deportment, rendered him truth. Mr. Calamy, the subject of this beloved and respected by those who were brief memoir, who was grandson to Dr. best acquainted with his character and the Edmund Calamy just now noticed, was virtues of his heart; as they will ever enbred to the profession of the Law. Hav. dear his memory to his amiable family, ing received his education at the Academy who are now deploring his loss. Mr. of Warrington, under the care of those Calamy was for many years, during his reeminent men, Dr. Aikin, Dr. Priestley, Mr. sidence in the Metropolis, a Fellow of the Seddon, and Mr. Holt, he removed to SocietyofAntiquaries,andahighly-respectEmanuel College, Cambridge; he then ed member of the principal public trusts entered the Society of Lincoln's Inn, and among the Dissenters; and was concerned was afterwards called to the Bar. As a in the execution of several private trusts, Counsel, he attended the Courts in West. which were committed to him in conse, minster Hall for several years; but at quence of the high estimation in which he length quitced his residence in Lincoln's was justly held by a numerous circle of lan Fields; and sought, and found, in the friends, for rectitude, honour, and inte. retirement of the country, that tranquil. grity. Having been in a declining state lity and quietude which were congepial to of health for several months, he finished the habits of his mind. In social and his earthly course on Suoday the 12th of domestic life, he exhibited a consistent May, when no apprehension of immediate pattern of those mild virtues of humanity danger was entertained by his family ; which were calculated to render it respect. and was interred in a family-vault in the able, useful, and happy. His native ur. burial-ground attached to the Protestant bånity and kiadoess, his obliging temper, Dissen ing Chapel at Gulliford, near his unassuming and accounmodating man. Lympston, in Devonshire, his funeral be. pers, together with the genuine benevo. ing attended by his family and several lence, courtesy, and candour, which mark- respectable friends. J. J. Lympston.

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Rev. COOPER WILLYAMS. July 17. Died, in Bernard-street, Rus. Bishop of Llandaff, though the latter was sell-square, aged 54, the Rev. Cooper about six years his senior. From thence Willyams, rector of Kingston and Stour. Mr. W. removed to Emanuel College, mouth, Kent.-Leaving to an abler and Cambridge, where he took his degrees. more impartial hand the delineation of About 1789 he was presented by the Mr. Willyams's moral and intellectual Church of Canterbury to the vicarage of character, the present writer will confine Ixning, near Newmarket; and in 1806 he, himself to a few dry facts. Mr. W. was was presented by Sir Egerton Brydges to known to the publick as author of “ The the rectory of Kingston, near Canterbury ; Campaign in the West Indies, under Sir and at the same time, by the Lord ChanCharles Grey and Sir John Jervis, 1794;" cellor, to the neighbouring rectory of Litagd of "The Voyage up the Medi:erranean, Ide Hardres, which he immediately ex1798 ;" having been present at the im- changed with Dr. Ingles for the rectory of mortal battle of the Nile, as chaplain to Stourmouth, in the same diocese, Captain Hallowell's ship, the Swiftsure, of which battle he has given the first, the

DEATHS. most particular, and the most aui hentic

1816, AT, the Cape of Good Hope, account. He had early imbibed a love March 6. Lieut. gen. James Nicol, of for the sea. His father, Captain John the East India Company's service. Willyams, was many years the oldest com- April 4. At the Cape of Good Hope, mander of the Navy; and died at Canter- aged 58, Major-Gen. Joseph Baird, brobury, in 1779, aged more than 70. His ther of Sir David Baird, bart, G. C. B. grandfather also was a captain in the and K.C. As an officer, he was ever disNavy, and resided at Deal, but was of a guished by his steady zeal and superior Cornish family; being a younger son (or intelligence; and possessed in an eminent grandson, I forget which) of the Wil- degree the happy talent of conciliating the lyams's of Caroanton, in Cornwall. Mr. a tachment of all under his command by W. was born in June 1762. His mother his impartiality; as a member of society is yet living in her 90th year, being the his loss will be sincerely and deeply lalast representative of the ancient families mented, from the inflexible integrity of his of Goodier and Dineley, and sister to the character, and the openness and simplitwo last haronets of that name. Mr. W. city of his manners. Every respect was married a daughter of Snell, esq. of shown to his memory by the atiendance Cheltenbam, by whom he has left two of all the troops in garrison at his fune. sons and two daughters. He was educatedral. His widow, sister of Lord Riversdale, at Cauterbury school, at the saine time with two of her children, arrived from the with Mr. Justice Abbott, and the now Cape on the 3d of July.

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June 23. John Francillon, esq. jeweller ing, leaving a widow and four children to of Norfolk-street, Strand; a man auch lament their irreparable loss, and his esteemed for his amiable manners and country the loss of a valuable and active conduct through life, and possessed of a officer, who had received various distincsuperb cabinet of foreign insects, the assi- tious for his services in the Peninsula duous labour and cost of many years. during the late war. The remains of this

June 26. At her mother's house in the gallant and highly respected officer were, City Road, London, in the bloom of youth, interred at Woolwicb, on Wednesday, July Jannet, eldest daughter of the late Rev. 10, attended by his relatives and friends, John Urquhart, of Mount Eagle, co. Ross, and the officers of the corps testified their much and deservedly lamented.

respect by meeting the body at the church. June 27. In his 68:6 year, at his seat, July 4. At Slaughter's coffee-house, St. at Westdean-house, Sussex, most sincerely Martin's-lane, in bis 22d year, Lieut. Ed. regretied, the Right Hon. John Peachey mund Poulter Duncan, of the 59th Foot, Baron Selsey, of Selsey, in Sussex, F.R.S. youngest son of the Rev. James Dancan, F. A. S, and F. L. S. He is succeeded in of West Worldham, Hants. After being his title and estate by his eldest son, the nearly three years in India, in a state of Hon. Captain Peachey, R.N.

good health, be was seized with the liver June 28. Near Margate, Mary, wife of complaint, (the disorder so fatal to EuroRev. Dr. Lloyd, Regius Professor of He- peans in India), and in consequence of the brew in the University of Cambridge. report of the Medical Board at Calcutta,was

June 30. Aged 59, Joseph Moxon, gent. ordered home. He came by the Minerva of Market Bosworth, one of the chief con- from Calcuta, and was so ill that it was stables for the Hundred of Sparkenhoe, with great difficulty that be could be rewhich office he served more than 37 years moved froin the ship, at Long Reach, the with the strictest fidelity, and was an ho. day preceding bis death. He was a youth nest pious man.

of great promise, was much esteemed and At Bath, William Vincent, esq. sur- beloved in the regiment, and by all who geon, formerly of Sheerness, Kevt.

knew him. From the beginning of his ill. Isaac Broadley, esq. .of Bramingham, ness to the time of bis death, he bad 60. York.

strong hopes of recovery, and even of At New Abbey, Kildare, Lieut..gen. promotion. His aged parents, who were R. Brereton. He was an officer in his rather too partial to him, can never cease Majesty's service upwards of 50 years, to lament his premature fate, though with and fell a victim, at last, to a liver com- unavailing anguish; nor can his next plaint, contracted by a residence of 13 elder brother, Lieutenant Edward Dunyears in Tropical climates. He served in can, of ihe same regiment, (whose name the last two campaigus of the American appeared in the Gazette, as a severely war of 1775; in the West Indies; in the wounded lieutenant, at the storming of Mediterranean for five years; and was con- San Sebastian, Aug. 31, 1813).

Their stantly employed in active service, and parents' fate has been severe in surviving present at most of the battles since 1793. the greater part of their offspring. Of He particularly distinguished himself at eight sons only three are alive : the deatis Toulon, in Corsica, and in Holland. He of the two eldest of whom are recorded in returned to the West Indies in 1803, and our Obituary, Vol. LXXIV. p. 1242, aud was at the last reduction of St. Lucia, Vol. LXXXV. p. 285. where he contivued commandant till At his house, in Paris, of an apoplectic 1807; when he obtained permission to attack, ihe Right Hon. Arthur Annesley, return to his native country for the reco- Earl of Mountnorris, Viscount Valentia, very of his health. He has left a wife and Baron Mountnorris, of Mouninoris Cas. four infant children unprovided for. tle, co. Armagh, Baron Altham, of Al

July 2. At Woolwich, Sir John Dyer, tham, co. Cork, and a Baroner, a Priry Lieut.-Colonel in the Royal Regiment of Counsellor in Ireland, a Governor of the Artillery, a Knight Commander of the county of Wexford, F. R. S, and F. S. A. Order of the Bath, and son of the late The Earl was born Aug. 7, 1744, and on Thomas Dyer, of Park-street, Westmin- attaining age in 1765, petitioned his Ma. ster, esq.

His death was occasioned, jesty for his writ of summous as Earl of whilst on duty as field-officer of the day, Anglesea and Baron Annesley, as son by his endeavours to stop a brother offi- and heir of Richard, sixth Earl of Anglecer's carriage, the horses of which had sea, in England, and seventh Viscount taken fright (in the absence of the coach- Valentia, in Ireland, by Juliana Donovan. man) with a boy on the box, who called on The petition was referred to Sir William de Sir John for assistance. He was struck in Grey, attorney general, who reported in fa. the breast by the pole, and the carriage vour of issuing the writ. Sir William was afpassed over his body ; and, notwithstanda terwards directed to re-consider his report, ing all medical aid, he' lingered in great and give his opinion upon such new eviagony until 3 o'clock the following moin- dence as should appear : alter considering



the whole of the evidence, on all sides, of a blood-vessel in a fit of coughing. She Sir William made a second report iv fa- was the daughter of an Irish officer, of the your of the claimant. The matter was name of Bland, with whom her mother had then referred to the House of Lords, when eloped from the house of her father, a dige the claiin to the Anglesea peerage was nified Clergyman, while the Captain was disallowed, though defended by Lord Chief on duty with his regiment in Wales. Justice Mansfield. The House of Lords Necessity compelled the youthful pair, it of Ireland having then a distinct judica- is said, to have recourse to the stage for ture, the claim to the titles of ViscountVa- support; and the little Dorothea first drew Jentia, Baron Mountoorris, and Baron Al. her breatb among the Thespiau corps. The tham, in Ireland, was referred to that as- father of Mrs. Jordan, Capt. Bland, was sembly; and was finally decided in favour of a very respectable family in Ireland, of his lordship, as the undoubted son and who were also in possession of a genheir of Richard, seventh Viscount Valen- teel income; his embracing the profession tia in Ireland, sixth Earl of Anglesea in of an actor, therefore, tended to widen the England. He consequently became the breach already made amongst his relatives eighth Viscount Valentia, and in 1793 by his precipitate marriage: these relawas created Earl of Mountnorris, The de. tives, at length, succeeded in disannulling cision of the claim to the English honours the marriage ; and Mrs. Bland was left of Earl of Anglesea, &c. remained with- with a numerous family, totally dependant out any revision of the judgment, not. on herself for that inadequate support afwithstanding the peculiar circumstances forded by her profession. To the honour of the case.-The Eari lest issue by his of Mrs. Jordan's filial affection, as she adfirst Countess, Lucy, only daughter of vanced towards womanhood, she nobly George the celebrated Lord Lyttelton, an resolved to exert all her abilities to assist opty soll, George Viscount Valentia, now her unhappy mother; and at a very early second Earl of Mountnorris ; and two age she procured an engagement with Rydaughters, viz. Lady Juliana Lucy Barry, der, the Dublin manager, making her first and Lady Hester Arabella Macleod. By appearance in Phæbe, in As You Like It, bis second Countess, Sarah, daughter of little imagining then that she would fascithe. Rr. hon. Sir Henry Cavendish, bart. nate a crowded audience in London by her by Sarah, Baroness Waterpark, he has Rosalind. A natural sense of propriety Jest issue one son, Henry; and three induced her to take the game of Francis, daughters, viz. Lady Jobo Somerset, Lady on her first appearance, in order to avoid Frances Wedder burn Webster, and Lady wounding the pride of her father's relatives. Juliana Annesley.

Daly soon afterwards engaged her for bis At Calgarth Park, Wesi moreland, the Theatre, in Crow-street, and her favour Right Reverend and truly Venerable with the publick increased ; but some im. Richard Watson, D. D. Bishop of Landaff; proper conduct towards her, on the part of whom some memoirs shall be given in of the manager, obliging her to quit Dubour next.

lin, she joined the Yorkshire company of July 5. At Kentish-town, aged 66, Rev. Tate Wilkinson, at Leeds. The manager A. Austin, more than 30 years pastor of asking her what line she wished to engage she Baptist church meeting, Elim-place, in, shimmediately answered, with that Fetler-lane.

fascinating frankness and vivacity so naAt Church Hill House, Walthamstow, tural to her, “ All!” She was then first Frances, widow of the late C. J. Sims, esq. introduced, the same night, as Calista in of the Island of Jamaica.

The Fair Penitent, and Lucy in The Virgin Susan, eldest daughter of Thomas Stone, Unmasked. Her fame soon became known esq. of Barrow-upon-Soar, co. Leicester. -ihe applause she received, in whatever

In her 75th year, Anne Milnes, relict character she undertook, was unbounded : of the Rev. James Andrew Milnes, LL.D. she was applied to by the London ma. of Newark upon-Trent, Nottinghamshire. nagers, and engaged at Drury-lane at four

At Exeter, aged 19, Poberi, third son pounds a week. Peggy, in The Country of Gen. and Lady Theodosia Bligh, nephew Girl, was her chef d'œuvre, and we despair of the Earl of Darnley.

of ever again witnessing the sterling naïveté At Margate, the day after his arrival with which she performed that character. from Africa, having been absent from Her salary, after performing this part, was England 27 years, in his 49th year, E. immediately doubled, then trebled, and W. White, esq. late governor in chief of two benefits in the season were allowed the British Forts and Settlements on the her. For a very long period, she contiGold Coast.

nued in the highest receipt of any salary At St. Cloud, lhe celebrated and favourite hefore given at Drury-lane. Soon after representative muse, Mrs. Dorothea Jr. her engagement in the Metropolis, she dan. She had been seized with an inflam- lost her mother; but all her relatives have mation of the lungs, but the more imme- felt the effects of her bounty ; for though diate cause of her death was the rupture her materpal fondness certainly, first point



ed towards her own numerous family, yet from whence he had recently arrived, and her generosity has been extreme to others. intended to retire from the service. - 3

July 6. At Bath, aged 85, Rev. Thos. July 12. In Nottingham-place, in his 638 Webster, D. D. a member of the Esta- year, Vice-adm. Sir W. Essington, K.C.B. blished Church of Saotland, a map of truly Io l'ortman-square, Mrs. Hornby, wiunaffected piety, and of real uuostenta. dow of the late Wm. Hornby, esq. fortious charity.

merly governor of Bombay.
At Shrewsbury, Rev. T. Goodinge, At East Sheen Vale, Morilake, Mrs.
LL. D. rector of Coand, formerly of St. Marianne Vias ; of whom in our next.
Jobn's-college, Oxford.

At Bath, aged 23, R. L. Hopkins,
July 7. In Devonshire-street, in his youngest son of Wm. Hopkins, esq. of
77th year, Francis Towne, esq. an artist Hanwell, Middlesex.
of great eminence as a landscape painter. Aged 67, Wm. Hall, esq. alderman of

In Compton street, Brunswick-square, Beverley. Eleanor, wife of Richard Addison, esq. At st. Pol, France, in consequence of solicitor, Staple-inn.

having been overturned in a gig on the la Sloane-street, in her 31st year, Eli. 4th inst. Henry Egerton Marsh, brevet zabeth, wife of Francis Luvell, esq. major of the Royal Artillery. Being the

At Bromley, Middlesex, in his 24th first captain of the Artillery list, he was year, George, eldest son of the late Mark upon the eve of being promoted to a full Hodgson, esq.

majority, in consequence of the recent At Camberwell, in her 64th year, Mrs. death of Lieut,-col. Dyer, same corps. Sherer, widow of the late John Sherer, esg. July 19. At Aberdeen, in the 34th year

At Belmont Lodge, near Uxbridge, the of his Episcopate, Rt. Rev. John Skinner, wife of T. Harris, esq. chief proprietor of Primate of the Episcopal church in ScotCovent Garden Theatre,

laod : of whom probably more hereafler. At Kensington, in his 65th year, T. July 14. In his 66th year, Rev. Sir Harris, esq.

John Wheate.
Sarah, only surviving daughter of Edw. July 15. At Lord Bagotos, Blithfield,
Armitage, esq. of Farnley Hall, Leeds. co. Stafford, Georgiana Mary Sophia,

July 8. At Hull, near Barnstaple, aged fourth danghter of Walter Sneyd, esq. of
15; Charles, eldest son of Charles Chi. Keel, in the same county.
chester, esq.

Elizabeth, the wife of Thomas Martin, July 9. At Hammersmith, Mrs. Da. surgeon at Reigate, leaviug a husband vies, widow of Major A. Davies, of the with five young children, to lament their East India Company's service.

irreparable loss. July11. At Brixton,suddeuly, aged 54, Mr. July 23. At Maidstone, in Kent, Wm... Henry Garden, late purser of the Marquis Alexander, esq. of the British Museum ; Camden Indiamar. This gentleman had of whom a short Memoir will be given in made fifteen voyages to the East Indies, our next Number.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for July, 1816. By W. CARY, Strand.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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52 60 55 30,04 fair 29 55 72 61

55 71 55 29, 85, fair Juli 55 66 56 2

69 55 3 56 68 54 4 56 60 52 65

stormy 554 66 55 6 55 66 54 71 fair 762 66 55

60 showery 8 61 68 56 ,60 showery 9 57 66.56 ,52 sbowery 10 58 67 56

,54 showery is 57 66 55

12 58 65
13 56 66
14 59 66
15 57 62
16 54 60
17 59 68
18 57 63
19 56 60

62 74

64 68 22 60 69 23 60 66 24 58 63 25

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56 ,90 showery
55 ,82 showery
57 ,65 rain
55 60 rain

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56 ,35 fair
62 , 45 {rain
66 ,70 fair
56 ,50 showery
56 ,74 fair

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56 ,51 showery

61 showery

60 62 · 26 58 06

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from June 21, to July 23, 1816.

2 and 5 143 / 50 and 60 120 Males. 984 Males 729

5 and 10 71-60 and 70 110 Females 946 Females 741

10 and 20 52 / 70 and 80 91 Whereof have died under 2 years old 389

20 and 30 113 | 80 and 90 57

30 and 40 148 | 90 and 100 11 Salt €1. per bushel ; 4il. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending July 20.

Wheat Rye | Barly, Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans.
S. d. s. d. S. d. s. d.) s. d.

s. d. s. d. s: d., s. d., s. d. Middlesex 78 3100 0130 3/28 934 11|Essex 73 036, 0127 6 28 0 32 7 Surrey 78 8|36 0 32 0/27

6/39 61 Kent 76 400 031 8/26 031 8. Hertford 74 8 30 0 30 025 236 3||Sussex 77 700

0128 027 3140 0 Bedford 74 4103 027 10 24 4)33 2}|Suffolk 80 · 9100 029 10/26 0 32 5 Huntingdon 74 .300 0 28 0 20 10 29 8||Camb.


0 25 11 20 0130 8 Northamp. 70 000 0 28 10 22 8 30 5|Norfolk 75 038 1024 4121' 4130 0 Rutland 75 000 30 0/22 0 32 6 Lincoln 70 347

219 7296 Leicester 71 4136 27 4/22 630 ol York 71 038 829 1/20

931 9 Nottingham 73 640 029 623 8 33 6| Durham 76 100 000 0/25 200 Derby

75 400 0 00 027 0138 3||Northum. 75 3160 0 30 026 500 Stafford 73 400 000 0/21

335 5||Cumberl. 68 6/38 1028 721 Salop 72 0 43 2100 021 5 39 1Westmor. 74 2 48 027

2123 11000 Hereford 75 733 6/27 8/22 631 1|Lancaster 74 000 000 022

5 38 Worcester 70 7137 4130 2 26 2311|Chester 67 10100 0100 Oloo

000 Warwick 71 1100 0130 0 24 4134 0 Flint 67 000 031 11100 0100 Wilts 72 8100 0132 $123 638 8| Denbigh 69 4100 028 017 4100 Berks 78. 300

0 28 2158 1||Anglesea 68 0100 0128 013 6100 Oxford 70 3100 027 024 932 0 Carnarvon 74 8100 0 28 0 19 400 Bucks 76 1100 0/31 326 10 32 8||Merioneth 72 200 0135 018 6100 0. Brecou 77 4100 0/29 2 14 000 | Cardigan 64 000

0 26 016 000 0 Montgom. 69 1044 9/32 0 22 100 0|Pembroke 56 100 0 22 10100 000 0 Radnor - 75 7100 0127 4/19 8100 0|Carmart. 60 800 032 0/15 600

Glainorg. 75 0100 0134 820 0100 Average of England and Wales, per quarter Gloucest. 71 300 0 30

3125 10133 73 7440 6,29 81225134 Somerset 81 200 0/29 718 4138 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter :

Monmouth84 700 0140

0100 70 2131 0127 6123 3131 4 Devon 84 300 0132


2100 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma- Cornwall 88 700 033

919 9100 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Dorset 77 300 0 35

3100 oloo which Exportation and Bounty are to bel|Hants 76 200 0f28 724 438 regulated in Great Britain ......

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oloo 0100 0100
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, July 22, 70s. to 75s,
OĄTMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, July 20, 25s. 7d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, July 24, 43s. 38d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, July 22 : Kent Bags .......... 31. 10s. to 61. 10s. Kent Pockets

6. Os. to 91. 9s. Sussex Ditto 31. Os. to 61. Os. Sussex Ditto ......

51. 5s. to 81. Os. Farnham Pockets....101. Os. to 161. Os. Essex Ditto......... 61. 10s. to 91. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, July 22 : St. James's, Hay 41. 5s. 6d. Straw 21. 14s. Od.---Whitechapel, Hay 51. 8s. Straw 21. 145. Clover 61. 16s. 60,- Smithfield, Hay 5l. 15s. Od. Straw 21. 14s. Od. Clover 61. Os. Oda

SMITHFIELD, July 22. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef

.4s. Od. to 5s. Od. | Lamb...... .............4s. 8d. to 6s. 44. Mutton

.4s. Od. to 5s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market July 22 : Veal 45. Od. to 5s. 4d. Beasts .., 1,760.

Calves 250. Pork

...3s. Od. to 4s. 8d. Sheep and Lanobs, 16,860, Pigs 280. COALS, July 22: Newcastle 34s. Ud. to 45s. 9d. Sunderland 345. 6d. to 385. '6d. SOAP, Yellow, 86s. Mottled 94s. Curd 985. CANDLES, 10s: 6d. per Doz. Moulds 125. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, alb. St. James's 3s. 19. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 3s. 04.



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