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Right Hon. Lady Harriet Bagot, of a
John Round, Esq. M.P. of a son.
Lately, the Viscountess Folkestone, of a 16. At Limehouse, the lady of the Rev.

James Rudge, minister of Limehouse, of a April 12. At Yester. house, the Mar- daughter. chioness of Tweddale, of a daughter,

19. At Edinburgh, the lady of Sir A. 0. 27. At Walthamstow, the lady of the Molesworth, Bart, of a son. Rev. George Hughes, of a son.

21. The lady of T. J. Pettigrew, Esq. of MAY 5. At Blichfield, Staffordshire, the Spring gardens, of a son.



Esq. agent-victualler of his Majesty's Hon. Mr. Jostice Dallas, to Lucy, daughter Victualling-yard, Chatham, to Miss Jane of Henry Davidson, fsq. of Bedford-square, Picton, sister of the lamented hero, Lieute. 12. At the New Church, Mary.le-Bone, nant general Sir Thomas Picton, G.C.B. the Hon. llenry Pierrepont, brother to the

Lately, George Hagge, Esq. of Lynn and Earl of Manvers, to Lady Sophia Cecil, sis• Thornham, Norfolk-to Margaret, daughter ter to the present Marquis of Exeter. of Dr. Ainstie, of Dover-street,

16. Mr. George Walker, of Mark-Jane, Lately, James llance, jun. Esq. of Bromp- to Ann, daughter of William Ruston, Esq. ton, to Eliza, widow of the late Colonci of Peckham, Surrey. Sebastian Cabot, of Boston, Massachusets, 16. Thomas Benjamin Sumerfield, Esq.

Arril 25. Christopher R. Preston, Esq. to Sarah, daughter of the late Thomas Ter. of Jerico;house, Essex, to Elizabeth-Mary, rey, Esq. of South Lambeth. daughter of Sir William Hillary, Bart. 18. The Hon. Colonel Seymour, to Lady

Alr. Isaac Vale,, of Sun. Charlotte Cholmondeley, daughter of the street, to Mary, daughter of John Yardley Marquis Cholmondeley. Verpon, Esq.of Broad street-buildings. Hepry ilarvey Monro, Esq. son of the

Mayl, At Limpsfield, the Rev. Robert Jate George Monro, Esq. to CatherineTritton, B.A. of Si, John's College, Cam- Mary Mason, widow of Richard Mason, bridge. youngest son of John Henry Trit.

Esq. ton, Esq. of Loinbard-street, to Mary, 19. J. L. Mallett, Esq. of Upper Gower. daughter of Vincent Hilton Biscoe, Esq. of street, to Frances, daughter of John MerriIlockwood, Surrey.

vale, Esq. of Exeter. 2. At Walthamstow, Mr. Lewis Jolin de 20. Jorin Sabb, Esq. of Epsom, to Miss la Chaumette, to Miss Sibella Wilkinson. Speek, of North Cheam.

5. George Robert Smith, Esq. son of Mr. Samuel Plambe, of Henley, Oron, George Smith, Esq. M.P. of Upper Harley- to Caroline, daughter of Mr. Philip Payne, street, to Jane, daughter of John Maberly, of Aylesbury. Esq. of Grosvenor-square.

21. John Myiton, Esq.of Halston, Salop, 6. The llon. Captain Granvillo Levison to Harriet Eirma Jones, daighter of the Proby. R.N. son of the Earl of Cary.fort, late Sir Thomas Jones, of Stanley, Salop. to Isabella, daughter of the Hon. Colonel Major Loftus Gray, of the rifle brigade, Howard, of Bushy.park, Wicklow.

to Susannah-Maria, daighter of James 7. Mr. John Young, of Southamplon. Lewis, Esq. of Powis plaie place, son of John Young, Esq. of the Isle 22. Frederick Savery, Esq. banker, of of Wight, to Miss Davies, daughter of Bristol, to Miss Elizabeth Butler, daughter George Davies, Esq. of Scarborough. of Anacreon Buller, Esq. Caerleon, ton

Isaac, son of I, Cooper, Esq. of Stock- mouthshire, well, to Deborah, daugiiter of thie late John 25. At Mary le-Bone Church, by the Rhodes, Esq. of Finchley.

Rev. Archdeacon Coxo, John Clayton FrerMr. John Whitehead, of Bank-side, to ling, Esq. second son of Francis Freeling, Maria, daughter of James Green, Esq. of Esq. of the General Post Office, to Mary, Brixton.

third daughter of the late Edward Core, 9. Robert William Dallas, Esq. captain Esq. of Hampstead heath,


, Lately, at Eltham, Kent, Richard Har. 76th year of her age, Mrs. Moore, very, jun, aged 28; March 23, Richard relict of the late Archbisbop of Capter. Harvey, sen. aged 61, and Elizabeth Has. bery.

vey, aged 63, son, futber, and another, of an infectione fever; they resided in the same 30. The Rev. Servingion Savory, rector house, and were much esteemed.

of South Wykelain, Lincolnshire, vicar of Lately, at Camden Town, in a decline, Sutton Benger, Vills, and chaplain to St. in the 19d yr ar of his age, Captain Samuel Thomas's Hospital, Nortage Sears, of the late 8th royal vete- Marl. The Rev. Charles Edward Finch, raa baitalion, and son of the late Lieute- B.D. fellow oi Benet College, Cambridge. nant-colonel Sears, of the Bengal artil. Suddenly, in 'Tenterden-street, Hanoverlery.

square, Mr. Bullock, proprietor of the Lately, at Bath, Alexander Darblay, Mona alarble Works. E-q.a eneral in the French service, one of 2. Sir George Hope, K.C.B. rear-admi. the legion of honour to Louis XVIII, &c. ral of the red.

3. At Peckham, Surrey, in the 720 year Latels, at Coggeshall, aged 89, Sarah of his age, Jacob Hagen, one of the society Sace, ref- of the late W. Smer, of that of Friends, and late of Bermondsey. place, and one of the Society of Friends. 5. Al Mangham Hill, Essex, Philip

Lalelv, at Fason Lodge, near Yaxley, Booth, Esq. aged 73, late of Russell-square, aged 106. Mrs. Ann Lason, auot of Sir 6. At Withington, near Manchester, Richard Phillips, of London.

John Parker, Esq. aged 67. Oct. 12, 1817. At Serepore, Berar, At Liverpool, Edward Murphy, Esq. for. Celonel P. Walker, of Clayton.

merly of Eto! and Cambridge. 14. At Hydrabad, Captain Charles Corn- 7. At Florence, Lady Campbell, wife of mallia Jobuston, of the ilon. East ludia Sir Grey Campbell, Bart, and daughter of Company's service.

Montague Burgoyne, Esq. of Mark-hall, Jar. 13, 1218. On board the Willian Essex. Pit Last Indiaman, and soon after leaving Archer Moore Barlow, Esq. of SouthBengal, Itiliian Hall, Esq. a partner in the street, Finsbury square, and of Austinhouse of Messrs, Palmer and Co. of Cal. friars, London.

7. At Walkhampton, Mr. John Wil. F+B. 23. Oo board the Richmond East Jiams, at the advanced age of 100 years. Indianan, Lieutenant Robert Jenkins, 9. The Hon. Mrs. Walpole, widow of the Plia regiment N. I. Madras establishment. late Hon. Richard Walpole, and sister of

APRIL I, In Montague square, John the late Lord Huntingdon. Crawford, Esq. aged 71.

19. At Putney, John Pooley Kensing2. Al Iberdeen, William Knowles, Esq. ton, lisq. in the 55th year of his age. of Easter Skeine, aged 81.

14. In Hans place, Sloane-street, James 10. Henry Duncoinbie, Esq. of Copgrove, Keith, Esq. late of the Haymarket, St. Dear Kaare borough, many years N.P. for Jaunes's, aged 69. Tork, aged 90.

Al Crouch End, Charles King, Esq. of At Hackney, Mr.J. S Yarrow, late of Bernard's-ion, aged 72. Burten-street, Tavistock square, aged 35. 15. At Upper Tooling, Joseph Braster,

12. Ai Vesport, Isle of Wight, awfully E:q. aged 75. sudden, John Delgarno, Esq. who expired Charles Bowns, Esq. of Darby Hall, near in a fit of apoplexy, without any apparently Barnsley, aged 65. previous illness, and before any medical 16 At the Plantation, near Gisborough, aid could arriie.

Yorkshire, Henry Hale, Esq. second son 16. Suddenly, at Redruth, Silvanus of the late General John Jale. James, one of the people called Quakers. 17. The Rev. Martin Coulcher, rector of

21. At the Vice-regal Lodge, Phæpix. Ciaston Thorpe, and master of the grammarpark, Dublin, in the 6th year of his age, the school, Lynn, aged 52. Hoa. Walter Chet wyod Talbot, son of their 18. In the 36th year of bis age, Dr. John Excellencies the Lord Lieutenantof Ireland Thomson, of Leeds, and late of Halifax. and Countess Talbot.

At Milford, Lady Bayly, relict of Sir 23. At Edinburgh, Mrs. Isabel Taylor, Nicholas Bayly, Bart. lale of Anglesey, aged 105.

aged 79. 24. Al the South Parade, Bath, George 20. At Aldenham, near Elstree, John Mogg, Exq. of Somerset,

Mackintoch, Esq. formerly of Pood lane, 25. At Edinburgh, aged 78, Mr. Andrew merchant. Bell, late farmer, at Hilllead, Edinburgh. In her 220 year, Sophia, wife of Mr.

J.J. Alphonso M‘Arthur, Esq. b.rrister- Thomas Butler, of Cheapside. al-law, aged 33, son of Joho M'Arthur, Elizabeib, daughter of the late Edward Esq.

Croper, Esq. of Infield, in her 26th year. 26, At Isleworth, Daniel Birkett, Esq. 22. The lon, Mrs. Grenfell, lady of aged 50.

Pa-coe Grenfell, Esq. of Taplow House, 27. At Wallbrook, Mr. William Ross, Bucks. aged 58.

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BANKRUPTCIES SUPERSEDEN, WILSON, R. Manchester, innkeeper. April 28. TOWNLEY, SARAH ELIZ. Pope's-bead-alley, SANDILANDS, KEV, RICH. Lower Grosvenor- Lombard streri, victualler. May 9.

place, Pimlico, clerk, money-scriveper. May 2. ALPE, JAS. PROTHEROE and Co. Fencharch-st. COWELL, BENJ. BATES, High-streel, Shoreditch, merchants, May 12. oilman. May

HARVEY, GEORGE, Lane End, Stafford, draper, JONES, JAS. and Co. Leominster, Hereford, linen. NICHOLSON, JAMES, and Co. Bow-lane, Cleap. drapers. My 9.

side, pin and needle manufacturers. PORTER, JOHN, Wrington, Somerset, nursery.

man. May 9.

BANKRUPTS. ALPE, JAMES PROTHEROE and Cn. Fenchurch. seller, June and July 4. (Harvey and Co. Buck.

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CARMICHAEL JOHN, Little Russell-st. CorentASHE, JOHN STEWART," Messina, island of garden, baker, June 13. (Rogers and Son, Man

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