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At Ancroft, Isabelia, wife Mr. Alexander A new society has been established at Bi. Horne.

shopv earmouth, under the designation of At Bishop wearmouth, Mrs. Naylor, wife of The Bible Society of Bishopwearmouth, Mr. N. methodist preacher, 25. Sunderland, Monkwearmouth, and their vici At Temple Thornton, Mrs. Lonsdale, 62. nity,” and the prospect of subscriptions to. At Morpeth, Mis. Vaughan, widow of wards its support, is at present very flattering. Shaft e V. esq 63.—Mr. George Wallace.

Married.] At Newcastle, Mr Bone, jun. Mr. John Hannah. of South Shields, merchant, to Margaret, At Ryhope, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, of daughter of Mr. Thomas Robson.-Mr. Jo- Chester-le street, 38. seph Ranney, to Miss Brymer.--Mr. Brum At Jarrow, Mary Woll, a native of Lameswell, surgeon, to Miss Gordon.---The Rev. ley, 103. Joseph Wilkinson, to Miss Ann Pearcey. At Cowpen High House, Mr. John GledMr. Robert Oliver, to Miss Hannah Lee.

stone, 95. At Bislip wearmouth, Mr. John Hick, of At Shibjon, near Swalwell, Mrs. Margaret Skalingdam, near Whitby, to Miss Hannah Thompson, 66. Beadnall, of Marsh, heir Guisbro'.

At the Wheat Hill, near Chollerton, Mr. “At Alnwick, Mr. Ralph Wood, to Miss Rolert Maughan, 78. Margaret Collingwood.-The Rev. Charles At Rshop, Mr. John Hill, aged 90 years, Thrpe, rector of Ryton, Durham, to Frances 48 of which he had been riding officer in the Wilkie Sziby, only dauuber of Henry Col. Customs, Sunderland. bingwood, t'sq. of Swansfield.

At Hylton-place, near Sunderland, Mrs. At Ford, Mr. William Bell, of Morpeth, Eleanor Reay, widow of Robert R. esq. to Miss Cummins, of Pallinsburn.

At Alnwick, the Rev. Hugh Hodyson, vi. At Sunderland, Capt. Wills, of the schoo. car of Figlingham, Northumberland. ner Margate, 10 Niiss Foreman.

At Stockion, George, son of James W. esq. At Grinten, Orriweil Wood, esq. of Bol 21. ton Castle, to wiss Hodgson, of Paradise, in Ac Tweedmouth, the Rev. George Burton, Swale ale.

curate of that panish, 49. Dizd.] At Allenhead, near Hexham, Mr. Hannah, aged 35, and Elizabeth 29, daugh. Joseph Shield, 56.

ters of Mr. Barker of Humstonworth, Dur. At Alston, Mrs. Hannah Newby, 85. ham. They were both drowned, while bathMr. John Pattinson.

ing in the Derwent. At Snabdaugh, near Bellingham, Mr. Wil. CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORELAND. liam Fenwick, 24.

Married.] At Kendal, Mr. John Hird, of At lexłam, Mr. Thomas Ridley.

the Kings' Arms Inn, Shap to Miss Earah At Berwick, Mr. Thomas Hogs, 75. Mrs. Jackson. Jacke., 15.

At Workington, Mr. John Christian Wil. At Norton, near Stocktos, Mr. John lley,

son, to Miss Kay, daughter of the late Wil84.

liam K. esq. of the Customs. At Wooler, Miss Bra::kstone, 21.

At llulton, Mr. George Hedley, of London, At Sedgefield, Mr. Thomas Wilkinson, 88. to Miss Isabelia Richardson, or Hulton Hall.

At Durham, Mr. William Best, S9 --Mis. At Eridekirk, near Cocktrmouth, John Mary Lambton, widow of Mr. Robert L. 74. Pemberton, esq. of York, to Mury, eldest -Mr. William Clarke, formerly master of daughter of the late William Browne, esq. of the Lord Howe Inn, 73.-Mr. Ann Kirby, Tallintire Ball. 96.

At Wigton, Mr. William Watson, to Miss At Newcastle, Mrs. Elizabeth Jones.--Mrs. · Eliza Richardson, daughter of Mr. John R. Mrs. Airey.-Mr. John Luck, 65.-- John of Marypoit. Cole Rankin, esq. 42.-Mr. William Steven Died.] At Carlisle, Richard Jackson, esq. son, schoolmaster, 56.--Mr. James Craw who had been an alderman of that corporation ford, ship-owner, and many years master of twenty-five years, and had served the office of the John and Margaret Greenlandman of this mayor seven times, 74.-- Mrs. Ann Lindow, port, 46.-Mr. Cleugh.

92.--Mr. Robert Mathews, 83.-Mrs. Elliott, At Biddick, Mr. Joseph Linsley, 74, 9.--Mrs. Elz. Henderson, ?3.-Mr. Chrisa 3



George K. esq.


topher Whitesmiih, 3$.-Mrs. Margaret garet, the third daughter of John Holroyd, Mant, 49.

esq. of Grove House, near Leeds. Ai Keadai, Mr. Richard Cumpstone, 15. At Kippax, Thomas Wilson, esq. of Fall It a worthy of remark, that he was born, Head Hall, near Barnsley, to Mrs. Muscroit, sured, and aies, on the same day of the year. of Brigshaw House, near the former place.

A: Whitehaven, Mr. George Brownriky, At Cottingham, G. J. Swann, esq of Hull, 13 -Viim, sun of Mr. Michael Hendrick, to Miss Sally Knowsley, daughter of the late

At Cockermouth, Mr. Robert Mitchell. Died.] At Hull, Mrs. Plarton, wife of

44 Brampton, near Appleby, puro. Eriza. Captain Thomas P. of the Simuel London beth Belias, relict of Mr. Richard B. aged 15, trader, of this port. Mr. Cre:sey, 78. --Mrs. Haring seven sons to lament the loss of a Ingham, 71. tender parent; and just a week arierwards, At Pickering, Nicholas Piper, esq. a genher eldest son Richard, aged 22, li-utenant tleman of distinguished probity and benevoin the Westmoreland east and west ward re lence, 78. gimeat of local militia.

At Acaster Selby, near York, Mrs. Fawo At Acorn Bank, near Temple Sowerby, cett, wife of Mr. F, master of the academy Mrs. Edmondson, relict of R. H. E. esq. and there aunt to Mrs Boazman, of Aycliff, on whom

At Skipton, Mrs. Smith, wife of Mr. S. the Acorn Bank estate, and other consider

surgeon. able property, devolves.

At Cowick, Mr. Benjamin Clayton.

At Sheffield, Mrs. Hancock, - Mr. Thomas la a large public building in Leeds, the Co Rawson. Mr. Samuel Ellis, 82 - Mis. loured Cloth Hall, consisting of five streets, Wake, 40.--Mrs. Sm*h. Mrs. Knott.. averagi..g one hundred yards each, which is Mr. Thomas Chapman.--Mr. Thomas NewTowing, cast-iron is substituted for wood ton.--Mr. John Younge. in the main beamings; which renders the At Settle, John Birkbeck, esq. banker, 60. buinings fire proof.

At Birstall, Mrs. Gott, wifc of Mr. John The followin: relation or a curious fact in

G. 52. Datural history is copied from the Leeds Mer At Aislaby, near Whitby, Thomas Hayes, Cury: si We suve always felt a little scep'i. esc. a justice of the peace for the North Rida cal on se sing in the papers the accounts o che ing, 80. farat eficcis produced on some occasions by At Bridlington, Captain Burlinson, late of eatias duck cogs; but a circumstance has Lynn, Norfolk.--Mrs. Kidd, wife of Mr. K. lately occurred in this neighbourhood, that schoo'master. must remove all doubis on this subject. A At Knaresborough, at his father's, J. R. short time ago, 3 duck belonging to Mr. John Collins, esq. late najor of the 3d West York Clewisbar, of Winmoor, near Leeds, laid an' regiment of militia. eg, rather above the ordinary size, which Ac Doncaster, Mr. Charles Pasmore.-Mrs. was broken for the purpose of being cooked Moteram-Mr. Askbam. for dino-r; but, on examination, the contents At Brotherton, near Ferry bridge, W. were found to consist of a dark muddy slime, Whitelock, esq. neither resembling the yolk nor the white of At York, Mrs. Johnson, widow of Peter an egy, in the middle of which was deposired J. esq. recorder of the city. a young snate, of the length of ten inches! When the egg was broken the reptile unfold The spacious and beautitul room in the ed itself, and remained apparently in a healthy New Exchange Builjings, Liverpool, designed State for about twenty hours, when, having particularly for the use of underwriters and wrapt itself up again, it soon after died, and, insurance-brokers, was opened on the 1st of is now preserved in spirits by Mr. Clemishaw. July to the subscribers. The dimensions of

Married.] At Doncaster, Major general the principal room are seventy six feet long Disne., 1sé Guards, to Miss Sneya, eldest by thirty-six feet broad, tesides a spacious daughter of George Cooke Yarborough, esq. committee-room, bar, &c. It is finished of Screethorpe, in this county.

in a style of elegant simplicity, with an At Snarti, pohn Fairbank, esq. of Leeds, arched ceiling, something in the manner to triss Jade Corn.-->un Latham, esq. of

of the magnificent coffee-room underneath. Balne, to Hins !annaa Latham.

The decorations and furniture are neat and A: Hech, near Suaith, Mr. Henry Sundere appropria'e, and the are supplied land, aged 94, to Miss Stones, 16.

with everything which such an Ac Methley, near Ferrybridge, Quarton blishment can require. The opening of this Levitt, e q. merchant, of Hull, to Mis. Va. room completes the public accommodations vasmus, daughter of Marmaduke V. esq? late of the New Exchange, which a'è all in a style of Oaiton, Bear Leeds.

quite unequallea by any similarestabiisiment. Captain Senbouse, of the Royal Cumber. That part of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal land Militia, to imáa, daughter of Mr. -- betwixt Henfield and Blackburn, in this Pattinson, of Burton Pidsey, in Holderness. county, which had remained for so many yexes Thomas Sayte, esq. of Wentbridge, to Mar. in an unfinished state, is at length completed,







and was opened on the 21st June, thus form. shaw, 74.-Nrs. Eunice Story.-Mrs. Howing a direct communication hy water from lett. Mr. Charles Wilson, 78.-Mr. Wile Hull, the principal English port of the Ger. liam Lucas, 22. man ocean, to Blackburn, the centre of the cotton manufacture of this kingdom. The Married.) At Chester, Mr. John Benson, navigation is to be immediately extended to of Graithwaite, Lancashire, to Isabell', third join the canal near Chorley; so that a com• daughter of Mr. John Kendal, of Cross House, munication will take place between the east Cumberland.-The Rev. Willan, tu Miss and west seas.

Martha Lea. At the annual meeting of the Manchester

Died ]

At Chester, Mrs. Nevett, wite of Agricultural Society, held on the 21 July, Mr. N. of the custom house - Mrs. Made the following premiums were adjudged: To docks, wife of Captain M.-M-s. Cotgreave.Randle Wilbraham, esq. of Rode Hall, for Mr. Swanwick, 73.- Mrs. Rowlance.- Mrs. planting 35,000 Limber trees, a silver medal. Glegg, relict of John G. esq.-Mr. Ralplio. - To John Back, of Stockport, for ploughing - Mrs Cliff, 22. 45 acres with two horses a-breast, without a At Downing, Jane, third daughter of Tho. driver, a silver cup, value seven guineas. mias Thomas, esq. To Ralph Leycester, esq. of Toft, for the best At the Steps, Sandbach, Lieutenant W. crop of Swedish turnips, a silver medal.--To Furnivall, R. N. Jolin Ball, of Rossall Grange, for the best crop At Calveley Hall, Mr. Hopley Woolwrick, of Swedish turnips, as tenant, a silver cup,

19. value five guineas -To Sainuel Buckley, of At Nantwich, Thomas Yoxall, esq. Walmsley, for 50 years servitude as farm At Macclesfield, Mr. Martin, one of the servant, five guineas.--To Betty Seddon, of first botanists of the age, and a man of consi. Rumwortlı, for 50 years servitude as farm derable taste as a painter. He had been seve. ssi vant, five guineas.-To Adam Hampson, ral years a comedian in an itinerant company. of Ratcliffe, for draining the greatest quan. tity of land with stone, a silver cup, value


At Chadderven, Mr. W. M. five guineas. -To George Wood, of Buxton, White, to Miss Elizabeth Harvey. for laying down 37 acres of land with clover At Wirksworth, Mr. l'homnas Haykin, of for pasture, a silver cup, value seven guineas. Carsington, to Miss Rebecca Leamon.

Married.] At Liverpool, Mr. Dobbs, to At Treeton, Mr. Paul Bright, of Handley, Miss Wheldon, both of the theatre royal. to Sarah, secoud daughter of the late Jam:s Edward Callister, esq. of the Isle of Man, to

Tayler, esq. Miss Dagdale.

Died.] Ac Chesterfield, Bernard Lucas, At Walton, near Liverpool, Joseph Pil sen. esq.-Nrs. Martin, relict of William M. kington Branưreth, esq: to Alice, youngest esq. daughter of William Harper, esq. of Everton. At Wirksworth, Sarali, wife of John Top

Died.) At Warrington, John Orford, 15; lis, esq. and a week afterwards, his father, Thonias At Alport, near Bakewell, John Smith,

esq. surgeon in the royal navy. At Lancaster, Mi's Irving, only daughter At Shirland, Mr. George Ilopkinson, 77. of Mr. John 1.-Mrs Mary Huwson, wife of At Shardlow, Miss Sulton, eldest daughter Mr. John H. 71.-- James Moore, esq. 64.- of James S. esq. 16. Mis. H. Jackson, 35.

At Yoalgrave, John Allwood, gent. At Caton, near Lancaster, Thomas Dob At Wensley, Mrs. Radford, relict of Mr. son, esq. 43.

R. surgeon, of Ashover. At Robv, Nir. George Riding.

At Derby, Mrs. Elizabeth Broughton, 63. At Manchester, the Rev. Thomas Barnes, Mr. James Moore, 63. L L.D. upwards of thirty years one of the At Buxton, Mr. Thomas Swanwick, of mninisters of the dissenting chapel in Red Drayton, Salop, 51. Cross-street, 63. As an instance of the great At Allestry, Mr. Joseph Sadler. regard in which this excellent man was held, At Alfreton, Mr. Joseph Outram, a genit niay be mencioned, that his remains, con tleman long known for his judgment and ex. tained in a hearse drawn by four horses, were perience as a commissioner for inclosing and preceded by sixty.four genilemen on foot, all allotting waste lands, and an arbitrator in die wearing black siik hat-bands; lour porters on

visions of landed property, 77. horsebick; and followed by a mourning At Bakewell, Mr. Birkett, captain in the coich and tour, and twenty six gentiemens' liigh Peak volunteer infantry, of which carriages and post chaises.

corps he had been a member from its forma. At Liverpool, Mrs. Moore, relict of Cap- tion 1803. tain Daniel M. of Whitehaven -Mr. Thomas At Alton, rear Wirksworth, Francis BruckJackson, 39 - Mrs. Waithew, wife of Mr. field, of Derby, gent, surgeon to the Derbyjuines W. and daughter of the Rev. R. Owen, shire Gentlemen and Yeomanry Cavalry, to recrur of Edern, Carnaryonshire, 28.–Mr. which he had belonged ever since its establish. Henry Hargreaves, son.-)15. Avison, relict mens in 1794. of Mr. Thoinas .. surgeon. Mr. l. Bele At Middleton Park, Mr. Philip Oakden,


0. esq.

jun. a member of the Derbyshire Gentleman Married.] At Kyme, near Sleaford, Joha and Yeomanry Cavalry, 24.

Gardiner, esq. surgeon of the staff at Gibraba NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.

tar, to Miss Peacock. At a meeting of the Newark Agricultural At Granthani, Mr. Page, surgeon, of Kir. Society, holden an the 3d July, the following con, to Miss A. Blackith. premiuius were adjudged: For the best huil At Gainsboru', Mr. Raynes, attorney, to of any unmixed breed, to Mr. Charles H. Miss Hand. Bland, of Flawboro', 101. 10s.- For the best Died.] At leckington, Mr. Nicholas Willong woolled tup tog, to Rev. Thomas Beatle son, 83. His remains were interred at Kyme, mont, ot Bridgford Hill,51. 55. For the next among those of his seven wives. best, to Mr. Richard Milward, jun. of Bauk Ac Spilsby, Mr. Cash, priater and bookwood, 31. 35.- For the best cup hog of the seller, 29. short-woolied breed, to William Sherbrooke, At Grantham, Mr. Benjamin Martin, 38. esq. of Oxton, 31. 3s - For the next best, Ac Killingholme, Mrs. Brocklesby, 77. to the Right Hon. Earl Manvers, 21. 25. At Lincoln, Mrs. Kirton, wife of Mr. John Fur the four best long-woolled ewe logs, to K. of the Black Guats Inn. Mr. William Hill, of Kneighton, 41. 4s. For At Baston, near Deeping, aged 42, W. D. the four best long-woolled wether hogs, to Bromley, esq. a gentleman of considerable Mr. W. Hill, of Kneighton, 41. 46. For the property in the neighbourhood of his family three best ewe hogs of the short-woolled scai, Baggerley. hali, in Warwickshire. He breed, to the Right Hon. Earl Manvers, 31. 35. had resided several years at Baston, for the -For tlie best boar, to Mr. Charles H. Bland, convenience of Dr. Willis's occasional atten. of Flawboro', 21. 2s.

dance; and his constant and very liberal reMarried.] Ac Nottingham, the Rev. Sa- gard for the poor, will make liis loss deeply Fuel Lowe, sen. fellow of Magdalen College, regretted by many. Cambridge, to Marianne, eldest daughter of At Spalding, Mrs. Robinson, 85. Mr. Mr. Maddock, surgeon.

Bartol, several years minister of the General Al Newark, Mr. Caparn, chemist and drug. Baptist congregation in that town.

He was gist, of Horncastie, to Miss Hare, only daugh- pruning some wall-fruit in his garden on a ter of Mr. Walter H.

ladier, and is supposed to have fallen from o Died.] Ac South Thoresby, Thomas Tay- it, which accident caused his death.- Aged lor, of Lincoln, a very eccentric character, 85, Matthew Ives, gent. many years chieto well known by the appeilation of Dr. T. 82. constable and treasurer of Holland Elloe, and

Ac Wilford, Mrs. Ann Daver port, 76; and clerk to the magistrates for that Jivision. the same day, her sister, Mrs. Facun, of che At Staplefuri, Mr. Matthew Steele, 98. same place, 90.

At Kirton Lindsey, Mr. Thomas Vickers, At Manton, near Worksop, Mrs. Gregory, of the George Inn, 55. wife of Mr. William G. 28.

Ac Scawby, near Brigg, Mr. Gervas El. At Rampton, Mrs. Butler, 50.

woo1, 76. Ac Babworth, Mr. John Barnes.

At Deeping St. James, Charles, 13, and At Balderton, Mr. Henry Hardy, chief Elizabeth, 25, son and daughter of Mr. Foe. constable of the soutla division of Newark At Bourn, Mr. John Osborn, 43. Hundred, 6.

At Boston, Mr. Norman. At Nottingham, Mrs. Rawson, 74; and a At Kirton Fen, Mr. John Whiting, 53. – few days afterwards, her brother, Mr. Thomas Mrs. Sarah Wells, 46. R. of the same place, banker, 76.-Mrs. Ac Barcon upon Humber, Mr. T. Trippe Plant, wife of Mr. P. of Southwell --Mrs. 80. Barwick, 75.-Mrs. Mortimore, 27.-Sarah, At Coningsby, Ms. T. Bell. daughter of Mrs. Williamson, 24.---Mr. Thomas Holland, 5.1.

Married.) At Leicester, Mr. Robert Ford,

of London, to Miss Srin'eu, sister of Mr. Ed. The whole attention of he inhabitants of mund S.--The Rev. Charles Berry, to ann, Louth and its neighbourhood has been lately second danghter of Thomas Paget, esq. of the directed to the probable decision of a question, New Works. which involved in itself consequences of the At Ashby de la Zouch, Mr. Ward, solicia ut most importance to the trade of that dis of Burslem, Satfordshire, to Miss Rite, t'ict. The point in dispute was “ Whither of Ashby. coal, slate, stone, merchandise, &c. &c. con Robert Drummund, esg. of Negginch Cas. veyed by the Yorkshire rivers into the Louih tle, Perthshire, to Mary, eldest daughter of Navigation, are subject to custom duties;" the Rev. Joseph Phillinore, of Orton. which has at length been decided in the ne. Died.] At Leicestir, the Rev. James gative. This intelligence on being notified Cl.ugh.--Mr. Aldernuan Gregory, 76. He to the public, was greeted with the enthusi. served the office of mayer with independence astic sensations such an occasion demanded; and fi Jelity in 1791.-Mr. Joseph Bielon. s, for two days all was festivity and joy; and, eldest son of Mr. John H.--Mr. N nsell, 40. to commemorate the event, a grand public - Viss Moore, doughter of the last Mr. Junn dinner was held at the Guildhall.

M. - Mr. Smith, of the Black Bu.I lou.






At Burton Overy, Mr. Judd, one of the At Ladbrooke, Mrs. Palmer, widow of C. bigh constables of the Hundred of Gartree, Palmer, esq. which office he held pear 52 years.

At Birining ham, in the 85th year of hisage, Ac Asfordby, Mr6. Green, 80.

Richard Hobbs, B. M. many years ago a ceAt Sapcote, llie Rev. James Knight Moore, lebrated character in the musical worid, and sector of that parish. He was a good scholar formerly organist of St. Martin's church, in and an able divine, a faithful minister of the this town.-Edward Jackso!, third son of Mr. church of England, laborious and persevering Robert Wheeler, 17.--virs. Sarah the discharge of all the duties of his sacred Mr. Jolin Baldwin, eldest son of Mr. Saingel office, insomuch as to affect his constitution, B. 23,--Mr. loin Nevill, sen. of Coleshill, which was not very rabust. His excellent 66.--Mr. Willian Wright, jun. wife, of the sare pious and charitable dispn. At the Soko, where he was employed as a sition as hiirself, was his willing assistant in medal engraver, Currad Henry Cucbler, nto attention to be poor, and in treinstruction of tive of Hesse. Darmstadt, 64. In this too children. They maintained an evening school much nejlected branch of the fine arts, the for this purpose, besides a Sundry school, in variety and perfection of his works have given which about 79 children were taught their this gentleman a just claim to a distinguished duty to God and their neighbour ; besides reputation. which, on all great festivais, they were enter At Hatton, near Warwick, aged 38, Mrs. tained with a plentiful repast.

Sarah Anne Wynne, the only remainAt Hog's Hall, near Burbage, joseph, son ing daughter of the Rev. Dr. Parr. The of Mr. Joseph Warner, 23.

brilliancy of her imagery in conversation and At Orton Hall, Mrs. Perkins, widow of writing, the readiness, riiety, and fertility S.S. Perkins, esq.

of her wit, the acuteness of her observations At Welham, Mr. Warrei.

apon men and things, and the variety of her At Hinckley, Elizabeth, youngest daugh- knowledge upon the most familiar and most ter of Mrs. Seller, 23.

profound subjects, were very extraordinary.

They who lived with her in the closest ine Married.] Ac Stafford, Mr. Hawkins, to timacy were again and ag in struck with ado Miss Saralı Daniel.

mi:at on at the rapidity, ease, vivacity, and John Blakesly, e.q. banker, of Hir.ckley, ele:ance, of her epistolary

comp sitions. to Miss T. Wamley, of Castle Bromwich. Wheter ucun lively or serious toples, they

Died.] At Berton, near Market Drayton, were always adapted to the occasion; they Mrs. Harper.

were always free from the slightest taint of At Weeford, near Lichfield, Mr. John affecteu phraseology and foreign idioma; they Moteley, 26.

were always distinguished by a peculiar feli. At Wassel, Mr. Thomas James, jun. 33. city and originality of conception and expres.

At Lichfield, Mr. G. T. Pape, son of the sion; and the genius displayed in them would late Rev. Dr. P. of Penn.

most undoubtedly have placed the writer in At Wolverhampton, Miss Norton.

the very highest class of her female contemAc Tettenhall, where she resided for near poraries, if she had employed her pen upon a century, Elizabeth Prittic, spinster, aged 106. any work with a deliberate vie w tą publicaShe retained her facullies, and couid walk tion. Her reading in the most approved au. about, till within a few days of her death. thors, both French and English, was diver

A: Siafford, Mrs. Kent 47.-Mrs. Hill, 75. sified and extensive, her memory was prompt

At New-Chapel, Mr. R. Humphrys, son and correct, and her juigment upon all quesof tbe late Mr. H. schoolmaster, of Shrews- tions of taste and literature, morality and rebury.

ligion, evidently mailed the powers with At Newcastle, Mrs. Watkin, of that place. which she had been giited by nature, and the Peing informed that her son was fighting in advancages which she had enjoyed for culti. the street, she ran to the place pointed out, vating those powers under the direction of her and on seeing one of the men fall, she ex enlightened parents, and in the society of claimed: "Oh my soa!” and expired imme learned and in enious men, to which she had diately.

access from her earli:st infancy. With beAi Brocion Grange, Mr. York, 77.

coming resignition to the will of Heaven she WARWICKSHIRT.

endured a long and painful illness, which had Married ] At Staunton upon Arrow, Mr. been brought upon her by the pressure or doo Cullis, of Birmingham, to Miss Murcoit, mestic sorrows on a constitution riaturally only daughter of Joan M. esq. of Burcher,


Her virtues as a friend, a child, a Herefordsire.

wire, and a muner, were inost exemplary, At Coventry, Mr. Charles Price Tite, of and her piety, being sincere, rational, and ha. Lordon, to Niss Mary Ann Porter.

bitual, gave additional value to the great taAt Coventry, Mrs Clay, relict of culties of her understanding, and the geneT. C. esq.-Mrs. Cratern, reiict of Mr. Tho-, rous icilies of her heart. mas C. attorney, 79.-Nis. Hilsen, late of In the 74th year of bis ag", the Rev. Peter the Hare and Squirri Tavern, 72.

Endas, thirty-three years pastor of the dissent

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