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of that year, M.A. 1775, D.D. 1810. He resigned his Fellowship in 1776 for the vicarage of Wimeswould, in Leicestershire. He was next presented, through the influence of Mr. Brudenell, to the Crown living of Belton cum Wardley in Rutland; and to the patronage of Dr. Yorke, Bishop of Ely, in whose diocese he had been a laborious curate for upwards of twenty-eight years, he was indebted in 1803 for the living of Wisbech. He was there distinguished by extensive charities, particularly in support of the National and Sunday schools, and a munificent contribution of property to the value of between 8000l. and 9000 to the endowment and erection of a chapel of ease. His remaining fortune, which, through his simple and frugal habits, early formed and not easily relinquished, is understood to be considerable, devolves in nearly equal portions to numerous relations.
Dec. 14. Aged 75, the Rev. Charles Gardiner, D.D. Rector of Sutton, Surrey, to which he was presented in 1830 by Miss Watford.
Dec. 21. At Compton, Hants, aged 90, the Rev. Philip Williams, Prebendary of Winchester and Rector of Compton. He was of New coll. Oxf. M.A. 1767; was collated to Compton in 1781 by Dr. North, then Bishop of Winchester, and to his stall in 1797, by the same patron.
Jan. 12. At Stamford, aged 75, the Rev. John Butt, Rector of St. Michael's in that town, and Vicar of Leake, near Boston. He was of St. John's coll. Camb., B. A. 1780, being the 12th Wrangler of that year, M. A. 1783. In 1794 he was appointed to the Mastership of Uppingham School, on the resignation of the Rev. Je remiah Jackson; in which situation he obtained the esteem and regard, as well of his numerous pupils as of the Governors. He resigned the Mastership in 1811, when he was presented by the Governors of Oakham and Uppingham Schools to the Vicarage of Leake, and by the Marquis of Exeter to his church in Stamford. Mr. Butt was a sound divine, an affectionate husband and parent, and an amiable man.
LONDON AND ITS VICINITY.
Aug. 24. At Herne-hill, aged 97, Moses Cohen, esq. His remains were followed to the grave by his sons, Hyman and Judah Cohen, esqrs. late of Jamaica, and a numerous circle of their children and grandchildren.
Nov. 6. In his 4th year, Gamaliel, eldest son of Wm. Horton Lloyd, esq. of Bedfordplace, Bloomsbury.
At Woolwich, Lieut. Drew, R. Inv. Art.
Lately. At Woolwich, John Percivall, esq. late Senior Veterinary Surgeon of the Royal Artillery.
In Dorset-st. Portman-sq. Charlotte, widow of Capt. Martin, R. M., and sister of the late General and Admiral Peters.
Thomas Wildman Goodwyn, esq. He married, Aug. 17, 1809, Elizabeth, 2d dau. of Alderman Sir Charles Flower, Bart. and has left nine children.
Aug. 25. In London, aged 43, George Ricketts Nuttall, M.D. Physician to the Westminster General Dispensary, a native of Jamaica. He was well known as a lecturer, and had written some medical works of merit.
In Holles-st., Hannah, wife of Rev. Edw. Bowlby, Rectory, Little Ilford, Essex.
Jan. 2. In Grosvenor-sq., the Most
Hon. Henrietta-Maria Marchioness of Ailesbury. She was the eldest dau. of Noel 1st and late Lord Berwick; was married April 10, 1793, and has left two sons and four daughters.
Louisa, youngest dau. of Joseph Jellicoe, esq. Upper Wimpole-st.
Jan. 3. In Walcot-terrace, Lambeth, aged 63. John Lowden, esq.
In Nottingham-pl. Thomas Gore, esq. Jan. 4. In Wimpole-st. Amy-Anne, wife of Adam Askew, esq.
Jan. 5. The son of Thomas Fletcher esq. of Highbury-terrace.
At Chelsea, in his 40th year, Mr. Wm. Quentary, schoolmaster.
Jan. 15. Aged 83, at her son's in Woburn-place, Mrs. Allcock.
Jan. 16. In Mornington-crescent, the relict of John Carden, esq. of Barnane, Tipperary, Ireland.
At Kensington, aged 71, M. Pellatt, esq. Jan, 17. In Berkeley-square, Ellen, wife of Thomas Legh, esq. M.P. of Lyme Hall, Cheshire-late Miss Turner, for the abduction of whom the Wakefields were tried and imprisoned (see vol. xcvII. i. 360, 550.)
Jan. 18. Aged 65, Abraham Mann, esq. late of Clapham.
Jan. 19. Aged 77, at his son's in Fenchurch-street, John Symes, esq. formerly
Distributor of Stamps for the Western Division of Somerset.
Jan. 24. In the New Kent-road, aged 78, Mary, widow of Rev. R. Johnson, Rector of St. Antholin's, Watling-st.
Jan. 25. At Hampstead, aged 79, J. Merivale, esq. late of Exeter.
At Hampstead, aged 80, James Boudon, esq. many years clerk of the Chamber of the City of London.
Jan. 26. In Upper Brook-st., Mary, wife of Lieut. Gen. Sir Moore Disney, K.C.B.
At Peckham, aged 60, Edw. Upcher Brockway, of Colchester.
Aged 73, Jacob Priddy, esq. Stamfordhill.
Feb. 1. At Turnham-green, aged 92, Mrs. Collett, relict of Richard Collett, esq.
Feb. 3. In Salisbury-sq. Rebekah, relict of Gilbert Jones, esq.
Feb. 4. Aged 23, Eliz.-Mary-Morice, eldest dau. of Jonathan Birch, esq. of Upper Gower-st.
Feb. 5. At Guildhall, Mary-Medley, only dau. of Henry Woodthorpe, esq. LL.D. Town Clerk of the City of London.
Feb. 9. At Chelsea, in her 20th year, Eliz. widow of John Darbon, esq.
Feb. 10. In Brompton-sq. aged 20, Helen Eliz. eldest dau. of W. Harvey, esq. and granddau. of late Adm. Sir H. Harvey, K.B.
Feb. 12. Aged 76, John Williams. esq. of Queen Elms, Chelsea, and the Marine Parade, Brighton.
Feb. 18. In North Audley-street, aged 75, Mrs. Mary Hebard.
Feb. 14. At Balham-hill, aged 64, James Powell, esq.
At Hornsey, Eliza, widow of W. Paley, esq., barrister.
Feb. 15. At Lambeth, Henry Maudslay, esq. the celebrated engineer.
Feb. 16. In Francis-st. Bedford-sq. aged 63, Wm. Tucker, esq.
In Harley-st. aged 77, Lady Earle, widow of Sir James Earle, of Hanover-sq. knt. F. R. S. Surgeon Extraordinary to King George III. Her Ladyship was one of the daughters of the late Percivall Pott, surgeon; and sister of the Ven. Archd. Pott.
BERKS.-Feb. 1. Aged 24, CharlesSydney, youngest son of Tho. Greenwood, esq. of Priory House, Wallingford. BUCKS.-Jan. 28. Advanced in age, Elizabeth, widow of Wm. Farrer, esq. of Cold Brayfield House.
DEVON.-Jan 20. aged 76, Wm. Cox, esq.
Jan. 22. At Devonport, aged 69, DianaByron, relict of Capt. Phil. Somerville, R.N.
Jan. 28. At Exeter, in her 20th year, Lucy Anne Theresa, fourth dau. of R. W. Elliston.
At Bishop's Hull,
Lately. At Oaklands, near Okehampton, aged 47, Albany Savile, esq. an active Ma
gistrate, and formerly M.P. for that borough. He was highly beloved by his neighbours, and upwards of 600 persons of all ranks at tended his funeral.
Feb. 2. At Exeter, Augustus Von Gravett, esq. an officer in the Prussian service. He arrived at the New London Inn, on the 2d of Aug. having lately arrived from Lisbon; and, seized with illness, he never again passed the threshold. His brother, sister, and his two children, left him at Falmouth to proceed to Germany, but the packet was lost fom the bursting of the steam-boiler, and all perished.
Feb. 3. At Hudsutt, Christiana-PhilippaMaria, youngest sister to Lord Roile.
Feb. 4. At Dawlish, the widow of John Waymouth, esq.
Feb. 7. At Ringmore, aged 51, Joseph Whiteway, esq.
Feb. 18. At Southernhay, near Exeter, aged 72, Shirley Woolmer, esq.a frequent and esteemed correspondent of this Miscellany; of whom we hope to give some biographical notices hereafter.
DORSET.-Feb. 5. George David, only child of Rev. G. D. Davis, of Cerne Abbas. Feb. 7. Aged 12, Hubert-John, eldest son of John Hussey, esq., of Nash-court, Marnhull.
ESSEX.-Jan. 24. At Abbess Roding, aged 18, Emma Armine Dyer, niece of the late Rev. W. C. Dyer, Rector.
Feb. 10. At St. Osyth, aged 85, John Golding, esq.
GLOUCESTER.- Jan. 23. At Bristol, aged 86, Isaac Nickolls, esq. of Barbadoes.
Lately. At Clifton, Mary-Anne, eldest dau. of late Rev. James Howell, Rector of Clutton, Somerset.
At Bristol, Wm. Pickford, esq., youngest son of late Tho. Pickford, esq. of Islington.
Jan 25. At Bristol, aged 65, Capt. John Gardiner Herbert, late 3d R. Vet. Bat. Jan. 29. At Newnham, aged 66, Tho. Edw. Barker, esq.
Feb. 4. At Badminton, aged 22, Lady Isabella-Ann, wife of Thomas Henry Kingscote, esq. and sixth dau. of the Duke of Beaufort. She was married April 8, 1828.
Feb. 5. At Boddington, near Cheltenham, Ann, wife of the Rev. J. Neale, Vicar, and Rector of St Mary-le-Port, Bristol.
Feb. 7. At Cheltenham, Sarah, widow of James Forbes, esq. late of Hutton Hall, in Essex, and of Kingerlock, in Argyllshire. Her remains were conveyed to the familyvault at Hutton. This is the fourth of the same family, whose death has been recorded in this Obituary, within two years.
Feb. 8. At Clifton, in her 80th year, the relict of Thomas Houghton, esq. of Kilmanock House, co. Wexford.
Feb. 9. At Clifton, aged 18, Mr. Alex. Gordon Pringle, youngest son of late John Pringle, esq. Agent to E. I. C. at Cape of Good Hope.
At Bristol Hotwells, Caroline, youngest dau. of late Lawrence Oliphant, esq. of Gask, co. Perth.
At Bristol, aged 72, Mrs. Eugenia Pelly, of Brook Lodge, near Wrington, relict of Rev. John Pelly, Rector of Weston Subedge, whither her remains were carried.
Feb. 13. At Newent, aged 70, George Reed, esq. of Dochfour, Demerara, formerly of Barbadoes.
Feb. 15. At Gloucester, aged 71, David Walker, esq. for upwards of 30 years proprietor of the " Gloucester Journal," and during the greatest portion of that period a zealous and useful meniber of the Corpo
HANTS.-Feb. 6. At Southampton, aged 72, Katharine, relict of Admiral Sir Richard Grindall, K.C.B. who died in 1819.
Feb. 6. At the residence of Lady Murray, Andover, Fanny-Caroline, wife of Capt. Sidney Widdrington, 53d regt. and dau. of late Thomas Strickland, esq. of Kendal.
HERTS.-Feb. 11. At Hemel Hempstead, Mr. George Hewett, late of the firm of Hewett and Cooper, bankers, Heuley.
HEREFORD.-Jan. 22. Aged 35, Thomas Hampton Symons, esq. of Mynde Park.
Feb. 9. At Eastnor Castle, aged 70, the Right Hon. Margaret Countess Somers. She was the only dau. and heiress of the Rev. Treadway Russell Nash, D.D. F.S.A., the historian of Worcestershire; was inarried March 19, 1785, and has left two surviving sons and a daughter.
KENT.-Jan. 28. At East Malling, Lt.Col. Walter Syms, of the 80th foot, brother to the late G. W. Syms, esq. of Oxford. He was appointed Lieut. 89th foot 1797, Captain 1803, Major 69th foot 1810, brevet Lt.-Colonel 1811. In 1809 he served as Assistant Quartermaster-gen. on the Home staff; and in 1811 was present at the capture of Java, for which service he wore a medal.
Jan. 30. Aged 76, at Tanbridge-wells, Dorothy, relict of C. Jacomb, esq. of Guildford-street.
Feb. 4. At Woolwich Common, aged 60, Lady Robe, widow of Col. Sir William Robe, K.C.H., K.C.B., and K.T.S., a distinguished officer in the Artillery during the Peninsular War. He died Nov. 1, 1820.
Feb. 13. At Greenwich, Elizabeth, wife of Lieut. W. Mayott, R.N.
LANCASHIRE. Jan. 26. At Liverpool, on his arrival from Bombay, aged 19, George Hadden, esq. E. I. C. civil service, second son of Alex. H. esq. of Nottingham.
Lately. At Liverpool, Thomas Dunbar, esq. son of the late Sir George, and brother of the present Sir William Rowe Dunbar, of Mockrum, Bart.; M.A. of Brasenose College, Oxford. Mr. Dunbar was Keeper of the Ashmolean Museum, from 1815 to 1822. He took his degree of M.A. in 1808,
LEICESTERSHIRE.-Jan. 30. At Leicester, aged 72, Jane, widow of John King, esq.
Jan. 31. At Hinckley, Robert Chessher, esq. who, for upwards of forty years, distinguished himself in every branch of the medical profession, but particularly in the successful treatment of deformities of the human frame. The great number of wealthy patients committed to his care contributed greatly to the welfare of the town and neighbourhood. On the 9th Feb. his remains were attended to Peckleton church by eight mourning coaches and four, and a long train of gentlemen's carriages.
LINCOLNSHIRE.-Jan. 14. At Gainsbro', aged 20, William, eldest son of Mr. A. Stark, bookseller.
SALOP.-Jan. 7. At Hales-Owen, aged 87, Catherine, widow of Mr. John Walker, of Lea Hall, Yardley.
Jan. 21. Elizabeth, eldest dau. of late Thomas Vaughan, esq of Burlton Hall.
Feb. 2. At Bridgnorth, age! 74, Sarah, relict of Rev. Thomas Crane Johnstone, Rector of Aston Botterell, and Vicar of Worfield.
SOMERSET.-Jan. 28. At Bath, aged 81, Samuel Taunton, esq. a very old and highly respected inhabitant.
Feb. 8. At her son's, in Bath, Mary, widow of John Hill, esq. late of Freemantle, near Southampton.
Feb. 9. At Bath, aged 54, Henry Bullock, esq. late of Overton House, Wilts., leaving a wife and eleven children.
Feb. 18. At Cricket St. Thomas, aged 85, the Right Hon. Mary Sophia Dowager Viscountess Bridport. She was the only dau. and heiress of Tho. Bray, esq.; became the 2d wife of Adm. Lord Visc. Bridport, June 26, 1788, and was left his widow, without issue, May 3, 1814. Her contributions to all works of benevolence and utility were always on the most liberal scale, and her private charities very extensive.
STAFFORDSHIRE.-Jan. 7. At King's Bromley, aged 9 months, Albert-William, 2d son of Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. Newton Lane.
Jan. 8. Mrs. Sarah Wetton, widow, of Moss Pit, near Stafford, in her 100th year.
Feb. 9. At Harborne, aged 68, George Simcox, esq. long known as an active magistrate, and a zealous promoter of the religious and civil welfare of Birmingham.
SUFFOLK.-Jan. 23. Aged 73, George Bloomfield, of Bury St. Edmund's, shoemaker. He was the elder brother of Robert Bloomfield, the author of "The Farmer's Boy," and held at one time much correspondence with the distinguished patrons of his brother. For some years past he had been in a state of dependence on the kind and humane attentions of a few friends.
Jan. 30. Aged 73, Susan, wife of Andrew Hunter, of Bury St. Edmund's.
Feb. 10. At Chelsworth, in his 63d year, Vincent John Shortland, esq. formerly of Oxford.
SURREY.-Jan. 13. Aged 71, William Malbon, esq. of Milford Cottage, near Godalming, for many years a Clerk in the Secretary's office, East India House, and brother of the late Capt. Micaiah Malbon of the Royal Navy.
Feb. 7. At Wimbledon, aged 86, Mary, relict of Ralph Allen, esq. of Bathampton.
Feb. 8. At Hale House, the seat of Lee Steere, esq. Eliza-Jane, youngest dau. of late J. K. Watson, esq. of Hull.
Feb. 15. Aged 76, Benj. Paterson, esq. of Durnsford-lodge, Wimbledon.
SUSSEX.-Jan. 27. At Brighton, Capt. Hare, of the Royal Sussex Militia.
Jan. 29. At Chichester, aged 82, Dr. Mackie; of whom we hope to give a memoir hereafter.
Feb. 6. At Hastings, in his 21st year, the Hon. Frederick William Robinson, only surviving son of Lord Grantham. By this event his uncle Lord Viscount Goderich has become heir presumptive to the Barony of Grantham, and (after Lord Grantham) to the Earldom of de Grey; but the Barony of Lucas, created in 1663, with the singular remainder that on the failure of heirs male (which occurred in 1740) it was to descend
as other indivisible inheritances by the common law of this land," will devolve on the eldest of Lord Grantham's two surviving daughters. This is the only English title of Peerage so closely resembling the order of succession to the Crown.
Feb. 7. At Hastings, Elizabeth, wife of W. R. L. Sergeantson, esq. of Camp-hill, Yorkshire, eldest dau. of late Henry Dawkins, esq. of Standlynch, Wilts.
At Brighton, aged 70, Miss Susannah Lee.
Feb. 13. At Brighton, aged 11, Sophia Sarah, youngest dau. of John Cocam, esq. of Windsor.
Whitwell, esq., senior Alderman of Coventry, and thrice Mayor of thatfcity, in 1800, 1828, and 1829.
Smithfield, Hay 21. 10s. to 4l. Os.
Feb. 6. At Atherstone, suddenly, Tho mas Frear, esq. He had just returned from the death-bed of Mr. William, Keay, a highly respectable farmer at Durdon, and very old friend.
Jan. 23. At Birmingham, Richard Bird,
Feb. 7. At the Poplars, near Birmingham, aged 55, Thomas Mole, esq.
Feb. 9. At Toft, aged 62, John Dray
S. d. 80 0
WESTMORELAND.-At Kendal, aged 41, Mr. Richard Lough, printer and proprietor of the Westmoreland Advertiser and Kendal Chronicle.
At Bradford, aged 61, Aun, relict of Charles Timbrell, esq. Feb. 3. John Pearse, esq. of Chilton Lodge, M.P. for Devizes.
WORCESTERSHIRE.-Feb. 7. At Kidderminster, Richard Jones, esq. M.D.
YORK-Lately. At Whixley-hall, near Knaresborough, aged 67, Mr. Thos. Upton, brother to James Upton, esq. of Throgmor.
CORN EXCHANGE, Feb. 21.
SMITHFIELD, Feb. 21.
3s. Od. to 5s.
Cd. to 5s.
Pork..................... 35. 2d. to 5s. 4d.
Jan. 4. At an advanced age, Nathaniel Fowler, esq. of Pontefract, aud formerly of Wakefield.
PRICE OF HOPS, Feb. 21.
Os. to 11.
Rye. S. d.
SOAP-Yellow, 76s. Mottled 82s. Curd, 84s.
PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Feb. 21.
Peas. S. d.
91. 9i. 81. 81.
50 and 60 193 60 and 70 223 70 and 80 196 80 and 90 81 90 and 100 8
Straw 14. 16s. to 21. Os. Clover 31. 3s. to 51. 5s.
Os. to 141. Os. to 141.
Os. to 91. Os. to 11.
COAL MARKET, Feb. 21, 28s. 6d. to 34s. 9d.
TALLOW, per cwt.-Town Tallow, 50s. Od. Yellow Russia, 49s. Od.
Os. Os. O's. Os.
Os. Od. to Os. Od. Head of Cattle at Market. Feb. 21: Beasts 2,269 Calves 100 Sheep and Lambs 14,590
-CANDLES, 8s. per doz. Moulds, 9§. 6d.