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ner, minister of the Scottish Church, Working. daughter of Sir J. Wallis and Lady Harriet ton, to Jessy, second daughter of Alexander Craig, Hoare, and niece of the Marquis of Thomond. Esq. Burnbraes.
At Richmond, the Rev. P. Jacob, to Anna, At Ludhope, Roxburghshire, on 9th October, eldest, and the Rev. J. Money, to Charlotte, third John Murray, Esq., M.D, to Colin, youngest daughter, of the Hon. and Rev G. Noel daughter of Archibald Gibson, Esq. Wis.
At Rostrever, Ireland, G. Bagot, son of M. At Paisley, on 9th October, James Orr, Esq. Gossett, Esq. Viscount of Jersey, and Nephew to Crofthead, to Catherine, daughter of the late Sir W. Gossett, Under Secretary for Ireland, to William Órr, Esq.
Charlotte, daughter of J. Douglas, Esq. Belfast. At Wishaw, on 9th October, Mr. James Ha- At St. Albans, J. A. Gordon, Esq. M.P. to milton, of New Orleans, to Miss Jane, daughter Emma, daughter of the late Vice-Admiral Wolley of the late William Duncan, Esq. writer in Ha. of Clifton. milton.
At St. Mary's Church, Bryanston Square, the At Astbury Church, on 10th October, Sir Archi. Rev. R. A. Scott, to C. F. White, daughter of bald Eaimonstone, Bart, of Duntreath, Stirling- Lieutenant General White. shire, to Emma, daughter of Randle Wilbraham, At Twickenham, K. K. Ashford, Esq. son of Esq. of Rode Hall, in the county of Chester. W. Ashford, Esq., nephew to the Duchess Dow.
At Christ Church, London, on 10th October, ager of Roxburgh, to Maria Cordelia, daughter of Joseph Delpratt, Esq. only son of the late
Samuel Lieutenant-Colonel, and the Hon. Mrs Espinasse Delpratt, Esq. of Jamaica, to Sarah Elenor, only of Twickenham. daughter of the late Henry B. Barnard, Esq. of At St. Pancras, London, G. J. P. White, Esq. Cave Castle, Yorkshire.
M.A., professor of mathematics of the New Lon. At Moy, on Joth October, Thomas Brook, Esq. don University, to Dorothy, youngest daughter of Lough Fsk, county Donegal, to Miss Donilly, of the late Alexander Watford, Esq. of Cambridge. of Blackwater Town.
At the seat of the Right Hon. Lord Suffield, on Ilth October, James Russell, Esq. of Aden, to
DEATHS Miss Caroline Lambton, of Gunton Park, Norfolk. At Calcutta, on 8th April, Lieutenant Robert
At Addington, Surrey, on 12th October, the M'Farlane Campbell, 33d Native Infantry, Rev. J. Adolphus Wright, youngest son of Icha- At Tobago, on 11th April last, Captain Black, bod Wright, Esq. of Mapperley Nolls, to Harriet of the 19 Regiment, formerly belonging to the Elizabeth, youngest daughter of his Grace the 74th. Archbishop of Canterbury.
At sca, on 12th May last, on board his Majesty's At St Mary's Church, Cheltenham, on 13th steam.vessel Pluto, off Princes' Island, Bight of October, Henry Hargreaves, Esq. of Manchester, Biafra, Africa, James Rae, assistant-surgeon, eld. and of Thistle Mount, near Rochdale, Lancashire, est son of John Rae, of Myra Isle, Orkney. to Catharine, sole daughter of Charles James, Esq. At Ahmednagur, on 18th June last, Home, eld. of Ham Common, near Richmond, Surrey. est son of James Brydon, Esq. M.D. surgeon,
At St. Margaret's Church, Westm nster, on 13th Bombay. October, Mr George Mitchell Tweetic, to Janette At Turks' Islands, West Indies, on 12th July Harietta, youngest daughter of the late Mr Jean last, Mr James Brydon, assistant-staff-surgeon, Antoino Chaband of Louisanne, Switzerland. son of the late James Brydon, Esq. surgeon, Pee.
At Kibirnie, on the 15th October, Mr Alex. bles. ander Spiers, surgeon, Bath, to Margaret, only At St. David's, Jamaica, on 5th August, Alex. daughter of Mr Ja nes Allan of Bridgend, Kil ander Hamilton, second surviving son of the Rev. birmie.
J. M. Robertson Livingston. At Perth, on 16th October, Captain R. Mat. At Savannah, Georgia, on 6ih August last, Tho. thews, 38th regiment, to Catherine, daughter of mas Young, Esq. eldest son of the late Rev. Tho. the late Andrew Mackenzie, Esq. of Greensburn. mas Ketile, minister of Leuchars.
At Glasgow, on 16th Ociober, the Rev. William At Quebec, on Ilth August, Andrew Moir, Esq. Carsewell of Eaglestram, to Mary, second daugh. merchant there. ter of the late Thomas Cuthbertson, Esq. of Lyon At New York, in August last, Alexander, second Cross.
son of the late Mr James Cooper, upholsterer, On 17th October, George Reid, Esq. to Sarah Edinburgh. Isabella, youngest daughter of the Rev. William At Halifax, Nova Scotia, on 22d August last, Holmes
Mr James Wilkie, a native of Fifeshire. At Whitefield, Suffolk, on 16th October, Sid. At Statten Island, New York, on 26th August ney Smith Dipnall, Esq. of the Grove, Camper. last, John Stoddart, second son of Mr Lockhard wall, Surrey, to Anne, youngest daughter of the Stoddart, farmer, Pentland, Damhcad. late John Taylor Hecks, Esq. of Chattsham Place, At Quebec, on 28th August, Mr Edward Atkin. in the same county.
son At Edinburgh, on the 18th October, William At Campbeltown, Argyilshire, on 1st SeptemAlexander, Esq. w.s. to Jessy Mercer, daughter ber, Mrs Mary M'Murchy, of that place. of Alexander Gordon, Esq. 7, Windsor Street. At Lausanne, Switzerland, on 6th September,
At Ross Priory, Dumbartonshire, on 19th Oc. Louisa, the wife of Sir Thomas Dalrymple Besk. tober, Alexander Wellesley Leith, Esq advocate, eth, of Ruffordhall, Lanchashire, Bart. eldest son of Major-General Sir George Leith, At Denbie House, on 7th September, Mrs Mary Bart., to Jemima Jean, second daughter of the Irving, relict of Colonel Carruthers, of Denbie. late Hector Macdonald Buchanan, Esq. of Ross At Jersey, on sth September, Horatio, second and Druinakel.
son of Captain Thomas Power, of Guernsey. At All Souls, Marylebone, London, the Rev. At Dublin, on Ilth September, the Rev. Wil. J. W. Lockwood, rector of Chelsea, to Alicia, Jiam Woolsey of Priorland, county of Lowth, Ire. daughter of the late S. Davis, Esq. of Portland land, rector of Kilsaron. Place.
At Oiteringham Hall, on Ilth September, CharAt Bath, W. Leaf, Esq. of Manchester, to Miss lotte, the wite of Captain Boss, R.N. Rose, sister of Sir G. Rose.
On Ilth September, R. Hicks, Esq. of Afton At Bidworth, Nitts. E. L. Crewe, Esq. of Rep- House, Isle of Wight." ton Park, Derby, brother of Sir G. Crewe, Bart., At Belgrave Street, Belgrave Square, London, to Caroline, daughter of Lieutenant-General on 12th September, the Lady of the late B. Wes“, Need, of Fountain Dale, Notts.
Esq. President of the Royal Academy, At Broomley, Kent, Lieut..Colonel Tweedy, At Brighton, on 12th September, Edward Mi. Bombay arny, to Miss Veitch of Bronnley. chael Ward, Esq. Minister l'lenipotentiary at
At the Chapel of the British Ambassador, Paris, Dresden. J. Brogden, Esq. to Ernestine Matilda Sophia, At Evington, Kent, on 12th September, Sir Jolm daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel W. Porks Courtenay Honywood, Bart.
At Herriard, Hants, T. Fitzgerald, Esq. of At ll, Heriot Row, on 12th September, Frances, Dorer Street, to Sarah, only child of the late youngest daughter of John (ay, Esq. advocate. Bajor R. P. Jervoise, of the Royal Dragoons. On 19th September, George Bettesworth, Esq.
At Middleton, Cork, M. C. Forster, K.N., son Licutenant, R.N. third son of J. B. Trevanion, Colonel Forster, Gatcombe, Hants, to Mary, Esq. of Carhay's Castle, Cornwall,
At Southfield, county of Stirling, on 12th Sep- On 220 September, Thomas Clark, Esq. one of tember, Mrs Henry John Taylor.
the surgeons of the Lincoln County Rospital. At Paisley, on 13th September, William Gil. At Fdinburgh, on 230 September, Mr Lachlan mour, Esq. provost, and eldest bailie of Pais.ey. Shaw, printer.
At Contentibuss, near Mid-Calder, on 14th Sep- At Huntingdon Lodge, Dumfries, on 20th Septemler, Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Nr tember, Dr John Lairg. John Nicol, Hewats Mill.
At l, Salisbury Road, Newington, on 230 SepAt Dundas Castle, on 14th September, Mrs tember, Alexander Ross, merchant. Dundas, senior, of Dundas.
At Woolwich, on 23 September, the Right At Wrinted Court, in Kent, on 14th September, Hon. Lady Emily Macleod. William Cook, Esq. one of his Majesty's Council, At Hastings, on 25th September, Lieut. Col. and a Bencher of the Honourable Society of Lin. Edward Earsley Welmot, of the royal horse artil. coln's Inn
lery Drowned, in the Lake of Como, on 15th Sep- At 7, London Street, Edinburgh, on 25th September, Captain Lock.
tember, Mr, Walter Turnbull, accountant of Ex. In Fern's Court, Kevin Street, Dublin, on 15th cise, youngest son of Mr Wm. Turnbull, archi. September, Aaron Botts, a Chelsea extra-pension. tect, Peebles. er, aged 106.
At 8, South Frederick Street, Edinburgh, on At 6, Huntly Street, Edinburgh, on 15th Sep. 25th September, Captain William Fogo, of the tember, Helen Scott, wife of Mr David Burn, Hon. East India Company's Bengal service. merchant in Leith.
At Anstruther Easter, on 26th September, Mr At Prestwick, on 15th September, Mr John James Kyle, messenger-at-arms. White.
At the Hill Artley, near Stowport, on 26th On 15th September, Thomas Farrance, Esq. of September, Mr Richard Watson, of Kiddermin. Ludgate Street and Norwood, Surrey.
ster. At Ayr, on 16th September, Mr James Sprent, At 86, Lombard Street, London, on 26th Sepstudent of medicine.
tember, Mr W. B. Smith, cutler. At Brighton, on 16th September, Mr R. Patch. At the Manse of Dunbog, on 26th September, ing, of the Society of Friends; also his widow, the Rev, James Keyden. Jane, on the 17th.
At Perth, on 26th September, Jane Margaret At Dunbar, on 16th September, Charles, son of Rose, wife of the Rey, John Johnston. Mr Kelly.
At Portsmouth, on 26th September, Henrietta At Edinburgh, on 16th September, Mr David Elizabeth, second daughter of Captain Rainier, Steele,
C. B. of his Majesty's ship Britannia At the Manor House, Stokesley, on 16th Sep- At Swainstone, Isle of Wight, on 26th Septem. tember, the Rev. Henry Hildyard.
ber, Sir Fitzwilliam Barrington, Bart. On the 16th September, the Rev. Joseph Shin. At Warriston, Edinburgh, on 6th September, glewood, of Chegoal, St. James, Essex.
Miss Agnes Greig, daughter of the late Alexander At the Vicarage, Llangollen, on 16th Septem. Greig, Esq. ber, Field. Marshal Sir Alured Clark. G.C.B. At Woodside, near Kelso, on 26th September,
At Woodhall, on 16th September, the Right Mrs Ann Park, relict of the late Edward Park, Hon. Lady Ellinor Campbell, wife of Walter Fre Esq. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. derick Campbell of Islay, M.P. and eldest daugh. At Dickson's Park, Piershill, on 27th Septem. ter of the Earl of Wemyss and March.
ber, Robert Murray, youngest son of Robert At Glasgow, on 17th September, Mrs Margaret M'Kerlie, Esq. Davidson, wife of the Rev. Dr Smith,
At Dunbar, on 27th September, Mr George At Leamington, Warwickshire, on 17th Septem. Turnbull, surgeon. ber, Lady Georgiana Buckley, in the 66th year of At Eldon Square, Newcastle, on 27th Septem. her age.
ber. Walter Skerret, Morson, Esq. M.D. At West Pilton, near Edinburgh, on 17th Sep- At Summer Hill, Dublin, on With September, tember, Robert Curror, M.D. late of Demerara. Lord Viscount Harberton,
On 17th September, George James, Esq. of At St Ann's Hill, Wandsworth, on 27th Sep. Hampton Wick, Middlesex.
tember, Robert Smith, Esq. F.R, S, and F.A.S. At Ballingtemple, near Newry, on 18th Septem. At 31, Clerk Street, Edinburgh, on 28th Sepber, the Rev. H. Boyd.
tember, Mr D. Davidson, smith. At II, West Nile Street, Glasgow, on 18th Sep- At Dundee, on 28th September, John Ruther. tember, Robert Shirra, Esq. Calenderer,
ford, builder, At Westbrook Park, Herts, on 18th September, At the house of his sister, Mrs Livins, near Bed. the Right Hon. Richard Ryder.
ford, on 28th Sep.ember, Joseph Foster Barham, At Cromarty House, on 19th September, Sir Esq. of Trecurn, in the county of Pembroke. Michael B. Clark, Knight, Physician General, At Broke, Halsted, Kent, on 29th Septenber, and Member of his Majesty's Privy Council, Ja- Peter Pemell, Esq. anaica.
At Nicolson Square, Edinburgh, on 29th Sep. At Gellymill, on 19th September, Elizabeth, tember, William, infant son of J. Henderson, youngest daughter of the late George Robinson, merchant. Esq. Bantt:
At 13, James's Street, Edinburgh, on 29th SepAt Ballyvaston, parish of Rathmullan, on 20th tember, Mr John Walker, japanner. September, Mr Hervey Murphy, aged 103 years. On 29th September, George Schroder, Esq. of
At Fort William, on 20th September, the Right Stratford Green, Rev. Dr Ronald M‘Donald, Roman Catholic At Broad Street Buildings, London, on 30th Bishop:
September, Mrs Helen Stevenson, relict of the At King Street, Perth, on 7th September, Miss late Hugh Usher, Esq. Amelia Hunter.
At Brigbton, on 30th September, Lord De Clir. At Edinburgh, on 21st September, Mrs Chris. ford. tina M-Kay, relict of the late Mr Joseph Finney, At Dumfries, on 30th September, John Bryden, optician.
Esq. wine merchant. At Gowan Street, Hutchesontowa, on 21st Sep- At Edinburgh, on 30th September, Mr George tember, Mr William M.Queen.
Mirry, tobacconist. At 24, Hill Street, Edinburgh, on 21st Septem- At King Street, Glasgow, on 30th September, ber, Helen, fourth daughter of the late William Mary Muirhead, wife of Mr Thomas Marshall, Drover.
merchant. At Inverness, on 21st September, Dr. George At Maryborough, 30th September, Mary, the Forbes, physician.
wife of Major C. Leslie, King's Royal Rifles, and Al Sansaw, near Shrewsbury, on 21st Septem- youngest daughter of the late Sir Charles Halleber, Martha, wife of the Rev. Dr. Gardner, Rec- way, Royal Engineers. tor of St Philips, Birmingham, and Canon Resi. At Ryde, in the Isle of Wight, on th Sep. dentiary of Lichtield.
tember,' Isabella, eldest daughter of Sir W. Mil. At Carniel, on 20 September, Mr Andrew Ait. man, Bart. ken, and in the course of an hour after, Mrs Isa- At Ayr, on 1st October, Mrs Tulloch, relict of Wali Aitken, his unother.
Alexander Tulloch, Esq. of Burgie.
At 92, West Nile Street, Glasgow, on 1st Octo- At 3, Moray Street, Edinburgh, on 9th October, ber, Williain Lang, Esq.
William Bertram, Esq. late merchant, Leith. On 1st October, Mr Malcolm Morison, mer. At Newbigging, on the 9th October, Elizabeth chant, St Andrew Street, Edinburgh.
Swinton, spouse of George Robertson, upholsterer At Lorient, on 21 October, General Dalrymple, there, late of the 3d regiment of guards.
On 9th October, Mr Samuel Watkins, of Up. At Mudford, Christ Church, Hants, on 20 Oc. per Charles Street, Northampton Square; and on tober, Jane, the wife of Sir George Shee, Bart. the 15th October, Mrs Margaret Watkins, his
At Blackheath, on 3d October, Beatrice Aus. wife. tin, relict of James Stewart, Esq.
On 9th October, Mr. J. Clarke, sawyer. At Buckhaven, on 3d October, Bell Philip, At Dalkeith, on 10th October, Mr. Robert Ait. wife of Mr Thomas Morgan, innkeeper there. ken, merchant.
At 40, Claremont Street, Edinburgh, on 3d At Dumfries, on 10th October, John M Gie, October, Mrs Janet Atken, wife of John Robb, Esq. surgeon. builder.
At Dunfermline, on 10th October, Mrs Birrell, At Edinburgh, on 3d October, Grace Napier, relict of Mr William Birrell, manufacturer there. youngest daughter of the late Rev. Henry Laurie, At Edinburgh, on 10th October, Mr George minister of the parish of Lochmaben, Dumfries. Watson, bookseller, College Street. shire.
At 131, West Regent Street, Glasgow, on 10th At 4, Heriot Row, on 3d October, Mrs Chris- October, Mr Alexander Buchanan, old Monk. tine Jameson, wife of James Robert Hart, Esq. of land. Drumcross hall.
At Bath, on 10th October, James Stephen, Esq. At 15, India Street, Edinburgh, on 3d October, At Union Street, Glasgow, on 10th October, Sir George Atkinson, late of Hillsborough, county Mr. Robert Aitken, wine. merchant. of Down.
At Dumfries, on 11th October, Mr. James At Manchester, on 3d October, Henry Murray Thomson, architect. Scott, Esq., 83d regiment, eldest son of the late At Clapham, on 11th October, the Rev. John WWliam Scott, Esq., Receiver General of the Isle Ovington. of Man,
At Pimlico, on llth October, Mr. Thomas At 25, Regent Terrace, Edinburgh, on 3d Oc. Hardy. tober, Mr William Marshall, jeweller.
At 110, Prince's Street, Edinburgh, on the 13th On 3d October, Maria, the wife of R. Hillard, October, Professor Archibald Baird of St. An. Esq. of Stockwell Place School, Surrey,
drews, At Cupar Fife, on 4th October, Mr David At Sprouston Manse, on 12th October, the Gray, merchant.
Rev. Ninian Trotter. Ai Hanover Terrace, Regent's Park, on 4th On 12th October, Thomas Scott, Esq. eldest October, Major. General Sir Alexander Bryce, son of Carteret Scott, Esq. of Charlotte Square, &.C.B. of the Royal Engineers.
Edinburgh. At Leith, on 4th October, Helen Turnbull, At Wheat field, on 12th October, Margaret, spouse of Mr Robert Neilson, cooper there. daughter of Thoinas Peat, Esq. W. S.
At Whitefield House, Leith Walk, on 4th Oc. At Queen's Square, Westininster, on 13th Oc. tober, Captain Richard' Ferguson of his Majesty's tober, George Gregory, Esq. 2d regiment of Dragoon Guards.
At 8, Atholl Place, Edinburgh, on 13th OctoAt his house, 41, York Place, Edinburgh, on ber, Mrs. Isabella Adam, relict of the late Robert 4th October, Alexander Burns, Esq. W.S. Brown, W.S.
At 38, Minto Street, Newington, Edinburgh, At Symington House, Gala Water, on_15th on 4th October, John Chambers, clotbier. October, Mr William Berwick, brewer, Edin.
At Dunfermline, on 5th October, Mrs. Janet burgh. Alexander Harrowar, wife of James M.Farlane, On 16th October, William, fourth son of the writer.
late Mr. Norie, At Edinburgh, on 5th October, John Hamilton, At Dalkeith, on 16th October, Peter L. Tor. Esq. Receiver, General of His Majesty's Customs rance, son of George Torrance, baker, Edinburgh. for Scotland,
At Bath, c. Roberts, Esq. late of his Majesty's
At his father's bouse, 14, Carlton Street, Edin. Mrs. Foster, aged 82.
On 16th October, the Rev. Henry Godfrey
Gore, the Hon. Thomas Windsor. At Langlands House, Kilmarnock, on 6th Oc- At St. John's Wood, on 18th October, Sophia, tober, William Ranken, Esq. Chief Magistrate of second daughter of George Swayne, Esq. Kilmarnock.
At Breage, Cornwall, Mrs. Thomasine Symons. At Leith, on 7th October, John Thorburn, Esq. At Brighton, Lady Ball, relict of Vice-Admiral merchant.
Sir Alexander Ball, Bart. At Lixmount, on 7th October, Mrs William. At Charmouth, Dorset, Captain G. Sidney son Ramsay of Maxton.
Smith, R.N. At her house, 10, Hart Street, Edinburgh, on At Falkestone, Mr. Thomas Pilcher. 7th October, Mrs Brodie, relict of the late Mr. Wil. At Halifax, the Rev. Robert Elliot of Preston. liam Brodie, writer.
At Hothfield, the seat of Earl Thanet, Henry At Gallowgate, on 8th October, Mary Dickie, Sutton, Esq. wife of Mr. Robert Shallond, merchant, Glasgow. At Kennington, Susannah, wife of J. Emerson,
At Garnkirk, on 8th October, the infant daugh- Esg. of his Majesty's Customs. ter of Mark Sprott, Esq.
At Little Hampton, Hannah, mother of Sir S. On 8th October, the Rev. Robert Hamilton of R. Meyrick, of Goodrich Court. Kensington Square, D.D., vicar of St. Olave's At Ipswich, Mrs Priscilla Wakefield. Jewry, and St. Martin's, Ironmonger Lane. At Ketteringham, Norfolk, Frances, daughter of
At Edinburgh, on the 9th October, aged 14, the N. W. Peach, Esq. M.P. Hon. Alexander Kennedy, second son of the late At Furnival's Inn, London, Mr Alexande Earl of Cassillis,
Barry, Lecturer on Chemistry at Guy's Hospital. At 23, Forth Street, Edinburgh, on 9th Octo- At his residence, Trent Park, Johu Cumming, ber, Jane Henderson, infant daughter of James Esq. Greig, junior, W. S.
In Clonmel, W. Carson, Esq. proprietor and edi. At Edinburgh, on the 9th October, Margaret, tor of the Clonmel Advertiser. daughter of the deceased James Fogo, Esq. of Kil. In Taunton, Mary Trewren, widow of the late lorn.
T. Trewren, Esq. Cornwall, and sister of Sir T. Al Dumfries, on 9th October, Mr, John Mac. Hare, Bart. Norfolk Mion, merchant.
Lately, Donald MacDonald, a Gaelic bard,
In the Poor House of St. Mary, Lichfield, Ann of the late J. Drew, Esq. and the late Lady Susan Jenney, in her 104th year.
Douglas, and niece to Earl Dunmore. In Paris, G. Condorcet O'Connor, son of Lieu. At Richmond, Lady William Wynn, relict of tenant-General Arthur O'Connor.
the late Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart. Lieutenant-Colonel Tucker, late of his Majes- The Rev. George Crane, Clerk of the parish of ty's 29th Regiment.
Ardglass. Lately, at Montrose, Sarah Susannah, eldest At Tunbridge Wells, the Hon. and Rev. H. daughter of the late Sir David Ogilvy, Bart. of Puncombe, rector of Ruby Misperton, near Pic. Barras.
kering, son of Lord Feversham. Mr. W. H. Remington, forty years ago the The Rev. J. Griffiths, vicar of St. Margaret's, “ Charles Surface" and " Puff" of the Liverpool Rochester, and rector of Hinxhill, near Ashford. Company, and prompter at York and Hull.
The Duchess de Coigny, mother-in-law of Ge. On his passage from the Mauritius, Lieutenant neral Sebastiani. H. Lang, R. N. son of the late R. Lang, Esq. of At 19, Dundas Street, Edinburgh, Catherine Moor Park.
Horne, relict of Mr. Alexander Hay, leather-mer. Richard Hotham of Handsworth, of the Society chant, Kirkaldy. of Friends.
At 2, Madeira Street, North Leith, Captain John At Relugas, Moray, Lucy Anne Drew, daughter Thomson, late of the 3d Royal Veteran Battalion.
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THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND AND THE DISSENTERS.
Bacon says, " If St. John were to write an epistle to the Church of England, as he did to that of Asia, it would surely contain the clause :- I have a few things against thee.” I am not quite of his opinion. I am afraid the clause would be I have not a few things against thee.
JORTIN.-Tracts, 8vo. 2, 530.
OUR “ venerable” Church complains that she is no longer venerated ; that her oracles are unheeded, and her piety unrewarded ; that the people are insensible to her merits, and ungrateful for her services. Let her look to her conduct, and she will find the cause of this estrangement; let her separate from the State, and she will find the remedy. Time was, when she had abundant credit ; but she has overdrawn, and is now suffering in common with other traders from the distress of the times. She must, therefore, give up a monopoly, which is no longer suited to the present state of intellectual commerce; and retire altogether from business, or admit others to a share of its profits. The period is fast approaching, when every political institution, whether civil or ecclesiastical, will be tried in the balance of justice and utility. Neither professions of innocence, nor abuse of the Judge, will benefit the accused. Prescription and precedent cannot be pleaded in bar of those claims which it is their object to establish. Salus populi suprema lexthere is no appeal from this tribunal. The legislature cannot give a perpetuity to any corporation.* The fee-simple of the estate is in the
• No one now maintains the inviolability of corporate rights, when a clear case of public necessity or expediency demands their sacrifice ; and when the first of all du. ties, the most urgent of all necessities, call for an alteration in the application of pub. lic property, it would be preposterous to contend that the embryo rights of any number of unappointed or unborn functionaries can legitimately interpose to prevent a just or necessary measure for reform. -Lord Henley's Plan of Church Reform, p. 8. NO. IX.-VOL. II.