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At Nantwich, William, only fon of William after being a widower about twenty-four Sprout, efq. merchant and banker.
hours. Having acquired a competency in As Rode-hall, Mrs. Eliz. Wilbraham, last trade at Sleaford, this pair, whose threads of surviving daughter of the late Francis W. esq. life have been so awfully cut nearly at the
At Stapeley, near Nantwich, Mr. Edward fame time, lateby retired to Stamford, te Pike, baptit minister, 57. He formerly re- enjoy the earnings of an honest application to fided at Shrewsbury, but had lately travelled their calling as an itinerant preacher.
Mr. John Warrington, 81, many years a At Twemlow, the lady of Egerton Leigh, whitesmith in Ironmongers'-ftreet, in Stamesq.
ford. He had amaffed confiderable property,
which he has by his will ordered to be distriMarried.] At Beadsall, Samuel Tertius buted in the following manner :- 18001. Galton, esq. eldest son of Samuel G. ery. of three per cent. annuities to the poor in three Dudson, near Birmingham, to Violetta, eldest claffes, 1001, to the blue coat school, and daughter of the late Dr. Erasmus Darwin. 301. for the repair of St. Michael's church,
At Darley Dale, Mr. Greaves, merchant, ali in Stanford. To his lifter, who is blind, of Hull, to Miss 'Martha Radford, youngest and in a workhouse at Bath, he has be: daughter of the late Mr. R. furgeon, of Ath. queathed 1001. ; and annuities of 801. a year
to each of two brothers, to whom he scarcely Died.] At Derby, Mr. John Killer, one of ever gave fixpence iv his life time, although the members of the corporation, 69.-Mr. one was in an alms-bouse at Liddington, in Jor. Hopkinson, 59.
kutland, and the other in a workhouse in At Middle Mayfield, Mrs. Cooper, wise of Stamford ; and notwith ftanding they are both John C. esq.
old men, cach being nearly 80 years of age, At Scropton, Mr. Eld, 80.
the teftator has specially provided, that if At Dronfield, Mr. Jof. Holson.
either of them marries, the annuity thall na At Little Chester, Mrs. Hallam, wife of longer be paid to him. In the event of their Mr. John H. 37.
deaths, the 1601 a-year devolves, in equal At Swanwick, the Rev. Francis Skerritt, proportions, to five parishes, viz. Uffington, 95, a difl'enting minister in the baptist con- Tarlington, and Market Deeping, in Linnexion upwards of 60 years. He had 6 chile colnthire, and Ketton and Empingham, is dren, 14 grand children, 35 great grand chil. Rutland, for the benefit of ten of the oldest dren, and 2 great great grand children. widows; and in cise there shall not be so At Horsley-park, Mr. Abbot, 81.
many, then to the ten oldest maidens in each At Bowbridge, Nicholas Nicholas, esq. 67. parith. Seemingly apprehensive that pofte
At Allen-hill, Matlock, Mr. George Woln rity might not duly appreciate his charitable ley, 80.
difpofirion, some cime before his death he At Weston-upon-Trent, the Rev. William bought a marble monument for himself, and, Dawson.
having caused his embryo munificence to le NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.
emblazoned upon it, daily feasted upon this Died.) At Car Colfton, Mr. Henry Blags, conjectural manna or what men would say of 42.
him, who should liereafter read of his extenAt Scarrington, Mrs. Ludlow, 74.
five bounty! At Southweh, Mrs. Twells, 84.
At Louth, Joshua Fytche, gent. 80. His At Lenton, Mr. Weston.
property, which was very confiderable, de. At Watnall, Christopher Rollefton, efq. volves chicly to his nephew, a lieutenant in who served the office of high sheriff for the the Inniskilling regiment of dragoons. I county in 1805.
may be juftly laid or him, that be was a real At Plungar, nea: Belvoir-całle, Mr. War-, disciple of the late John Elwes, of peaurious rener, 94.
notoriety. At Nottingham, Mr. Wainwright, 55,- At Gainsbro', John Nettleship, efq. 84 Miss Mary Thorpe, 18. Mrs. Randal, reliat At Withern, near Louth, Mr. John Bul. of Mr. James R.-Mrs. Moore, wife of Mr. Jivant, 66, many years a respectable landM. master of St. Peter's work house, whose surveyor. What is remarkable, he was never benevolence of heart, tenderness, and unde. one day at school during his life. viating reditude, will not hasily be for- At Willingham, near Gainiborough, the gotten.- John Shaw, gent, late master of the Rev. Robert Wells, D. D. one of his MaWheatsheaf inn, 69.
jesty's justices of the peace for the parts of Ac Staunton, Mrs. Anne Charlton, 81; Lindley, 74. . the eldest and last surviving daughter of Job At Grantham, Wildbore Garner, efq one Staunton C. esq. who represented the borough of the justices of that borough, 77.-David of Newark in several parliaments.
Lely, esq. an eminent solicitor and townLINCOLNSHIKE.
clerk of the borough.-Pelthumus Ballivant, Lied) At Hinton House, Mrs. Heneage, esq. folicitor, 28. filter to Colonel H.
At Boston, Miss Anne Waite, filter of Mr. At Stamford, Mrs. Blaze, 58, wife of Mr. Alderman W.-Wm. Brockett, esq. aldar. B.-And in tue came huule, Mr. Blaze, 54, man, and twice mayor of this place, 88
At Syfton Park, the lady of Sir John Thorold, bart.
Married.] Ac Afton, Mr. M. H. Mo. At Sleaford, Lieut. Col. Wade, of the 30th gridge, of Birmingham, to Miss S. M. Hands, regiment of foot, 47.
only daughter of Benjamin H. esq. of Bury Ac Lincoln, Mrs. Rees, of Saxilby, wi- St. Edmund's. dow of the Rev. John R.--Mr. Wm. Bag- At Birniingham, Mr. Winwood, of Hartle. galey, 80.-Mrs. Mofs.
bury, Worcestershire, to Miss Lamb.-Ms.
George Todd, of London, to Miss Ann Man. At a meeting of the Leicester hire and Rut- fell. landibire Agricultural Society, held at Peter- At Fillongley, Mr. Joseph Smith, of co- . borough, on the 25th of March, it was agreed ventry, to Miss Baker. that the following additional premiums should Ac Stratford-upon-Avon, the Rev. John be offered for the present year: To the person Whitmore, to Miss Green.. who shall, at the annual meeting for 1807, At Warwick, Mr. John Hurst, of Longreport the matt satisfactory information, as ford, near Coventry, tu Miss Ano Fowler. deduced from actual experiments, of the soils Died.) At Birmingham, Mr. Abel Wil. and fituations belt alapted for orchards, and liams. He had been a Lieutenant in the Bir. of the means used in their plantation and sub- mingham volunteers, but resigned on account sequent management, 10 guineas.-For the of ill health. --Mr. Andrew Guy Clarke.-best cww that shall have produced not less Mrs. Eliz. Jorden, relict of Richard J. esą. than three calves, and thall be in milk at the of Blyth Farm, Staffordshire, 70-Mrs. time of thewing, the time of her last calving Mary Bishop, 67.--Mr. Charles Paine, enbeing ascertained by the owner, 6 guineas. graver.-On his journey, Mr. Charles Cap-For the second bet, 4 guineas.
per, wholesale jeweller, of London, 44. Married.] At Colorton, Mr. Kirby, aged Mr. William Baxter, son of tke Rev. Richard 17, to Mrs. G.: mble, a gay widow of 65. B. of Stamfordhana, Northumberland, 36.
Died.) At Billesdon, Mr Nicholas Joyce, Mr. John Mander, a member of Capt Legge's furgeon, 76 -Mr. John Phillips, jun, troop of Warwickshire yeomanry.-Mr. John At Market Harboruugh, Mrs. Hubbard, Doaald, fornieriy a merchant of Glasgow,
but who, for the last fifteen years, has reAt Sumerby, Mr. George Burton, late fided in this town. -Mr. John Wardell, 28. affiftant in Mr. Pbillips's school ar 'Billefden, --Mrs. Newell, relict of Mr. William N.-17.
Mr. Thomas Phillips.-Mrs. Sarah Turner.A Loughborough, Sarah, the only fifter Miss Mary Ann Gordon, eldest daughter of of Mr. B. G. Wallis, surgeon, 28.
John G. esq. banker,
At Wanlip, the Rev. Robert Burnaby, At Coventry, Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Ling. rector of that parish, and a justice of the -Mr. John Taylor, 85 peace for the county.
At Alveston, near Stratford, the Rev. Mr. STAFFORDSHIRE,
Jenkinson. Married.] At Harborn, William Frears, At Radford, near Warwick, Mrs. Eliz, efq. merchant, of Liverpool, to Miss Jose- Haynes, 68. pba Cairns, daughter of E. Cairns, esg. of At Nuneaton, John Burton, fen, gent. 53. Birmingham.
-On the 26th ult. Mr. John Burton, tanAt Little Millenden, Joseph Phillimore, ner, a man universally respected by the genesq. of the loner Temple, London, to Eli- try of his neighbourhood, and beloved by the zabeth, third daughter of the late Walter poor for his kindness and affability. During Bagot, esq. of Blyth.
the scarcity of the year 1801, his purse and At Burr, Mr, James Swaine, of Hamstead his house were always open to any one who Mill, to Miss Day.
wanted them. An unfortunate law-lait laid At Walhall, the Rev. J. W. Wickes, rec. the foundation of his illness (a uropfy) under tor of Wardley.cam-Belten, Ruslandshire, which he laboured for twelve months, and at to Mifs Roia Leonard, second daughter of the length expired, beioved by his numerous kinlate Mr. L. of Conduit-ftreet, London. dred, and leaving a widow and eight cbildren
Died.] Ac Litchfield, Francis Cobb, esq. to lament his irreparable loss. receiver general for the county, 89.-On his
SHROPSHIRE. way to Huntley Hall, from bristol Hotwells, Married.] At Welshpool, the Rev. Tbo. where he had been for the recovery of his mas Farmer, vicar of Chirbury, to Miss Dahealth fince his return from Calabria, Cap- vies, of Pool. Lain Bulkeley, of the 8lft regiment, late Died.] At Shipton, Capt. Francis Mytton. aid de-cump to Major general Sir John Stuart. At Shrewsbury, Mrs. Buckley, 8:3.-Mis.
At Wolverhampron, Sulan, second daugh- Atcherley.--Mrs Dicken, relict of Mr. D. ter of Mr. Thomas Simpson.
formerly fergeant of the Court of Requests in At Swindoa, Mrs, Parker, wife of William this town.--Mr. Thomas Dodd, one of Cape
tain Benyon's company oi Shropshire volun. At Coppenhall, Mrs. Collier, reliet of teers. John C. cq. of Church Akon, Shropshire. At Bilton Heath, Mr John Rowlands, 88.
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At Oswestry, Mr. William Lovett, son of Lechmere Charlton, efq. formerly colonel of the late Mr. L. surgcon.
the Worcestershire militia, and M. P. for the At Wollerton, Mrs. Dicken, wife of Row. city of Worcester. This gentleman was eldest land D. esq. 68.
son of Edmund Lechmere, esq. M. P. for the At Drayton, Mr. Bayley, wine-merchant. county of Worcester, and coulin to that great At Wellington, Mrs. Jennins, 75. lawyer Nicholas Lord Lechmere, whom he
At Newtown, Baschurch, Mr. Henry Pick- succeeded in the Hanley-cattle property about stock.
two years ago : he took the furname of CharlAt Broseley, Mr. Daniel Boden, surgeon ton, pursuant to the will of his maternal and apothecary. He had practised there with uncle, Sir Francis Charlton, bart. whose large deserved reputation nearly fifty years. estates at Ludford devolved to him on that WORCESTERSHIRE.
condition. An extent of nearly five miles of the Wor. At Home's Farm, near Ross, Miss Terrett, cester and Birmingham Canal, from Hopwood eldest daughter of Mr. T. to Tardebig, has recently been opened. On At Hereford, Mrs. Mary Gwatkin, 92.the same day a number of verleis arrived at Mrs. Marsh, 95.-Mr. Carpenter, sen. 56.the wharf of Tardebig, with upwards of 300 Mrs. Yeomans.-Mrs. Eacker, wife of Wm. tons of coals, which were sold immediately, B. esq. of Woodbrook, in the county of Wexon such terms as to ensure a continuance of ford, Ireland, and daughter of the Rev. Dr. fupply of that indispensable article of comfort. Jacob, archdeacon of Armagh.-Mr. William This must prove of valt importance to the Linwall, 35, serjeant-major of the Heretordowners of coal-mines conm
amunicating with thire ycomanry. that canal. The conclufion of this work is At Ross, Mrs. Mann, relid of Mr. Edward now anticipated with eagerness, on account M. 100. of the advantage it will be to the port of At Leominfter, Mrs. Davies. Bristol, as this canal is intended to enter the
GLOUCESTERSHIRE. deep water of the Severn below Hereford, Married.) Ifaac Hobhoule, esg. of Welt. which will sender the conveyance between bury-upon-Trim, to Mils Royston, of NewBristol and Birmingham certaint, cheap, and expeditious.
At Walton Cardiff, Mr. Joho Purler to Married. ] At Worcester, the Rer. T. H. Miss Ann Bullock, of Tewkesbury. Whorwood, of Headington-house, Oxon, to At Beckington, Mr. N. P. Singer, of Weit. Miss Grape, eldest daughter of the late Rev. bury, to Miss Mary Ford, daughter of Wal. William G.
E. clq. banker. At Quatt, Elias Isaac, efy. banker, of Wor. Died.) At Gloucester, Mr. Richard Worcester, to Miss Harriet Whitmore, daughter thington, eldest son of Dr. W. of Ashtonof William W. esq. of Dudmatton, Shrop- hayes, Cheshire.—Mrs. Eliz. Salcumb. By thire.
her will she has left 201 to the Infirmary. Mr. Davis, land-lurveyor and auctioneer, Allington Morley, Esq. late of Blue Bridge of Eastham, to Mifs Harford, of Shelley. House, Eflex.-Mrs. Roberts, mother of Mr.
Died.] At Chaddelley Corbet, Mrs. Eliz. J. Roberts, bookseller. Mr. Edward PedDenward, 91.
lingham, sen At Worcester, Mrs. Wharton, wise of Mr. The Rev. Anselny Jones, rector of Naun. W. of the Lord Nelson.-Mrs. Storer, of the ton and vicar of South Cerney. Union Tavern.-Mr. J. Weeks, collector of At Cirencester, Miss Bowley, lifter of Mr. the excise for the Worcester diftri&t.- Erasmus B. banker. Lloyd, efq. 72. He served the office of mayor At New Farm, near Cirence ter, Mils for the city in 1786 – Miss Raymant, 18 Davies, only daughter of Mr. D. 20. At Feckenham, Robert Hunt, ely.
At Briniscomb, Mr. Joseph Lewis. At Sedgeberruw, J. Lavender, ely. many Ac Tewkesbury, Mr. William Morgan, a years hanker, of Evesham,
member of the volunteer cavalry of that place. At Hindup, Mrs Ross, wife of Mr. R. --Mr. T. Morton, of the Plough Inn. At Droit wich, Mrs. Gem, wile of Mr G.
OXTOR DSRIRL. At Lower Wick, near Worcester, Thomas Married.] At Oxford, Lieutenant Roffell, Wood, eiq 77.
of the loyal Woodstock volunteers, to Mils At Oricton, Mrs. Whitconab, relict of Freeman, of Charlbury -Mr. J. B. Adams, Edward W. esq.
of Doctors Commons, London, to Miss L. At Hanley, Mrs. M. Trovell, 76.
Smith.-Mr. Richard Orman to Miis Char. HEREFORDSRIK E.
lotte Chillingworth. Married.] 'At Woul hope, William Vizard, At Fawley, Mr. Sunders, of Ginge, to esq. of London, to Mils Hodges, eldest daugh- Miss Brown, of Lockinge. ter of the Rev. Richard H.
Died.] At Callington, Mrs. Alice Durham, At Leominster, Robert Hay, esq. manager wife of Mr. D. of the Red Lion. At the viof the Hereford Theatre, to Miss Catherine carage, Miss Stanton, 30. Burns, of Penn, near Wolverhampton, Staf- AC Oxford, Mr. luhn Carr, 49,- Mr. Na. fordihire.
thaniel Bartlett, 40.-Mr. William Slatter, D.cd] At Ludford Park, aged 74, Nicholas 05. Irs. Sadlci, wife of Mr. S. Luoma
ter.-Mr. James Attwoc!, 34.-Mrs. Etty,
XUNTINGDONSHIRE; wife of Mr. E. wine merchant, 28.-Mr. Murried.] At Godmanchester, Mr. R. Joha Langston, 17.-Mrs. Williams, of the Hicks, furgeon, to Miss Mary Miles. Barley Mow, in consequence of her clothes Died.] At the Views, near Huntingdon, taking fire.-Mr. Thomas Toovey, 60.- George Sharpe, esq. 53. Mr. Richard Hooper, 80.-Mr. James Cole, At Elton, Mr. Hollidge, 34. engraver.
At Water Newton, aged 87, the Rev. At Afton, near Rampton, Mrs. Banting ; Edward Ketterick, upwards of 54 years rector and about a fortnight afterwards, her husband, of that place. Mr. John B.
At Huntingdon, Mrs. Stocker, 62. At Adderbury, Mr. Richards, 89.
At Little Stukeley, Mrs. Elizabeth EllingAt Burford, the Rev. John Smith, dissent. ton, 70. ing Minister.
The Norrisian prize is this year adjudged Married.] At Stony Stratford, Mr. William to the Rev. Thomas Broadley, M.A. Of TriGodfrey, to Miss Sarah Elliott.
nity-college, for his Essay on The fullness Died) At Buckingham, Mrs. Catherine of the time when Christ came into the Treacher, wife of Mr. John T. of the Swan world." Inn.
Married.) At Cambridge, Mr. Stewart, At Aylelbury, Peter Kennedy, M.D. He surgeon, of Hatfield, Eflex, to Miss Bond, was a native of Ireland, but received his edu- eldest daughter of Mr. Alderman B. cation on the Continent, where he acquired a *At Ramsey, Thomas Pooley, esq. to Miss perfect knowledge of the French and Italian Deicow. languages, which he spoke with fluency and Died.] The Rev. Edm. Trant, rector of precision. After residing at Rome for a con. Toft and Hardwick, and vicar of Caldecot, liderable time, he came to England, and in this county. He was formerly fellow of fettled at Aylesbury, where he continued till Christ - college, Cambridge ; B. A. 1771, his death. He married, first, the widow of M.A. 1774. Toft and Caldecot are in the Mr. Sam. Shrimpton, of Chipping Wycombe; gift of the matter and fellows of Chrift-col. and his second wife was the filter of the late lege, and Hardwick is in the gift of the Sir David Wiliams, hart. of Sarret, Herts; Bishop of Ely. Mr. Trant was an active to both ef whom he was an affectionate hul- county magistrate, and was much beloved by band. As a companion, his society was en- the inhabitants of Tort, among whom he contertaining, and his temper cheerful. Bleft ftantly resided. with a handsome competency, and fond of At Ely, Mrs. Elizabeth Poole, sitter of retirement, he did not seek extensive practice, Mr. Thomas P. 68. but was at all times forward in affording pro- At Buckden, Mrs Green, wise of Mr. C. feffional asistance to the poor and afflicted. G. 55. He published an Account of the Diftemper in At Cambridge, Mrs. Musgrave, reli&t of the Aylesbury Gaul in 1784.
the Rev. Edward M. rector of Knapwell. NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.
Mrs Stuart Died.] At Glinton, near Peterborough, At Haríton, Mr. George Taylor. Mrs. Elizabeth Gray, alias Granny Gray, who At Wisbeach, Miss Marlow.-Mr. William had been more than 60 years keeper of the Kilby, merchant. Blue Bell public-house there. In the former At Soham, Mrs. Pechey, 82. part of her life the liad, by two husbands, 11 children, 6 of whom lived to be married, and Married ] At Catton, Mr. Robert Fitt to all it seems made good use of their time ; lo Miss Clarke. that che old woman had 52 grand children At Norwich, Mr. C. W. Corfield to Miss (26 of whom are now living), 71 great grand L. R. Moore. -Mr. James Harvey to Miss children (42 now living), and 3 great great Ann Newman.-Mr. James Simms to Miss grand children, now living-amounting alto- M. Wright. gether to a family of 137 children, of which Died.] At Denton, 90, the Rev. George number 75 are living.
Sandby, D. Drector of that parish in 1750, At Kettering. Miss Mary Kempston, only and chincellor of Norwich in 1768. He was surviving daughter of Mr. James K.
formerly of Merton College, Oxford, where A Little Creaton, Mr. Groom, 82. he took the degree of M. A. in 1740. He
At Northampton, Mrs. Fitch, 82.---Mr. was afterwards master of Magdalen College, John Donne, a member of the Northampton Cambridge, where he took his doctor's de troop of ycomanry cavalry...Mrs. Elizabeth gree in 1760, and served the office of vice Brown, 62.
chancellor of that univeráty the same year. At Peterborough, Mrs. Cole, reli&t of Mr. With Dr. Sandby died the oral tradition of James C.-Mr. William Milwood, keeper of the expulsion from Merton College, Oxford, the goal for that liverty, 63.
of lix Fellows, by James II. in 16584, which At Wellingborough, Mrs. Mather, wife of was the cause of the Revolution; he was or. Benjamin M. efq. 68.
dained by Dr. Hough, bishop of Worce ter, At Cold Higham, Mrs Bishop, wife of the one of the faid fix Fellows. Rev. John B. rector of that parish;
At Downtam Market, Mrs. Olborn, 68.
At Swanton Novers, Mrs. Dew, relict of At Sudbury, the Rev. Joha Piper, A. M. Richard D. gent. 73.
fifty-fix years vicar of All Saints parith in that At Ayltham, Mr. Thomas Bullord, 91.- town, and many years rector of Rede, in this Nr. Robert Francis, 66.
county, 80. Ac Swaffham, Gilbert, the only son of At Stansfield, Z. Turner, gent. many years William Yarington, esq.---Mr. Auftin, 55 high contabit for the hundred of Riibridge, Mis B. Dalton, second daughter of the late 69. Francis D esq. bankrr.
At Wickham Market, the Rev. John CarAt Briiton, near Hult, Mrs Nichols, the ter, fifty years vicar of Loudhan with Pet. eldest suiviving daughter of the late Peter tistre, and rector of South Cove. Elwin, etg. of Beoton Hall.
At Yarmouth, Miss Reynolds, daughter Married.) At Rayleigh, Thomas Kennett, of the late John R. esq. Mr. William efq. of Great Wakerin', to Miss Charlotte Steward, eldet son of W'm S. esq. 21. Timson Harridge, fifth daughter of Thomas
At North Lopham, Mifs Sarali Fox, le- H. ela. cond daughter of Thomas Foa, erg.
At Colchester, Thomas Courtney, esq. third At Norwich, Mrs. Feriter, wife of the son of the late John C. esq. of Beverley, YorkRev. Dr. F. mater of the free school. By thire, to Mits Harriet Campling. hes clothes catching fire, she was to diead- Died.] At Brentwood, the Rev. Thomas fully burned that the survived the accident Newman, 76. He had been more than 30 only twelve hours – Mrs. Gofnuld, relict of years rector of the consol.dated parishes of Ms. Charles G. 75.-Nr. Christopher Gil. Ingrave and Weỉ Thorndon, which he had ney, 59.-Mr. John Dingle, 78.-Miss Mary some time fince rehged and presented to his Clarke, 93.-Mrs. Ann Garrod, 78. Mr. eldest son. William Cuckow, 78.
At Woodhouse, Eaft Ham, Robert Wilson, At Niatrishall, Mrs. Meale.--Mrs. Norton. erg. 68. At Litcham, Mr. Williain Lound, 30. At Halfted, James Scarlett, esa. At Mulbarton, Mrs. Hareman, 84.
At Heybridge, Mr. Brooke, surgeon and SUFFOLK
apothecary. Married.) At Stoke, by Nayland, Mr. At Nayland, Mrs. Harris, 89. Henry Purlon, jun. to Miss Mary Ann At Colchester, Mr. James Snell, one of the Simpson, youngest daughter of Edward S cíq. common-council, and the oldeft free burgess
Died.] At Muntord, near Brandon, Wil of that borough, 91. liam Griffin, gent. 81, formerly a refpe&table At Chipping-hall, Witham, Mrs. Pick, a nurseryman of that place, but had retired from maiden lady, daughter of the late Rev. Mr. bufine! some years. This gentleman had P. formerly rector of Sandon. formed. moft of those fine belts and plantations which adorn the vicinity of numerous Married.) At Canterbury, Mr. Philip gentlemen's seats in the western part of this Henry Kemp, to Miss Mary Kemp, daughter county, where scarcely a thrub or tree was to of Mr. A. Kemp, of Ospringe. be seen for many dreary miles of heath, not At Eltham, Capt. Frederick Campbell, of half a century ago
the royal artillery, to Miss Scott, daughter At Ipswich, Philip Bacon, esq. 76. He of the late Col. S. of the same corps.- John was a lineal descendarit from the Lord-Keeper Mockett, efq. of St Peter, in the life of Bacon ; was formerly of Caius College, Cam. Thanet, to Miss Miry Minter, of Sandwich. bridge, where he proceeded B. A. 1755, M. A. At Dover, Charles Newhouse, esq. captain 1764 ; and was many years lieutenant-colonel in the royal artillery, to Miss Ilarriet Biggs, of the west Suffolk militia.
daughter of Thomas B. esq. of Dover. At Ixworth, Mr. I Lumley, 48 years pa- At Deal, Mr. Lawry, fürgeon in the royal rith clerk and sexton of that place, and 35 navy, to Miss Boys, of Sandwich. Mr. years apparitor for the hundred or Blackbuurn, Charles Darby, of Canterbury, to Mi Huse 74.
ter, eldeit daughter of Mr. Danby H. At Wondbridge, Mr Davy – Mrs. Thomp- At Beckenham, Brownlow Matthew, efe. fon - Mr. J Calver, merchant, 67.-Miss fon of the late General Matthew, to Mils Juflur.
Naylor. Ac Wirlington, Mr. Edward Burke, fourth Died.] At Canterbury, Charles Robinson, fon of the late Thumas B. esq. 17.
esq. recorder of the city, and brother to the At Brando:1, Mrs Susan Snare, 84. late Lord Rokeby. - Mrs. Ann Marchant, 84. At Bury, Mr. William Spike, 5.1.-Mr. -Mrs. Brickr-nden. Mrs. Elizabeth Furley, Wiliam Harrington, (1.--- Mrs. Doiling, 72. 74.--Mr. Whitenden, 93. -Lieur. Airst, of - Nits Mollow's.- Dllis. Niorris, mother of the royal waggon train.-Mrs. Elis. Culme, the lev Thonas Brooke M. rector or Shel. 88.-Ms. Job, wife of Mr. Green J. larger, Niriolk, 7.-- Jor. Longchamp, gent. At Charing, Mrs. Smith, 86. kerper of the New Rooms belunging to the Ac Rolvenden, Mr. Jeaner, matter of the Jockey Club at Newmarket.
free-school there. At Weaunall, near Becules, Wm. Wood. At Buckland Cottage, acar Duver, Thomas ley, eiq. 86.
Korn, jua. esq.