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daughter of the Rev. Edward Harbin, Martin's-Jane, to Sarah, daughler of the Vicar of Takely, Essex.

late Mr. Thomas Goodall, of the same 5. Sir J R. Acland, Bart, of Furrfield, place. Somerset, to Maria, relict of Philip Gibbes, 12. The Rev. Richard Birch, Rector of Esq.

Widdington and Bradwell, Essex, to ElizaMajor Reid, of the Royal Engineers, beih, daughter of the late William Webb, to Sarah, daughter of John Bolland, Esq. Esq. of Great James-street, Bedford-row. of Clapham.

The Rev. Walter Birch, Rector of 7. Mr. Robert Cantwell, of Great Marl- Stanway, Esex, and Vicar of Stanton, 55 borough street, to Miss Augusta Waot, of Bernard, Wilts, 1o Elizabeth, daughter of North Crescent, Bedford-square.

the late N. Dimock, Esq. of Stonebour, 10. Robert Perry, Esq. of Ely-place, to Gloucestershire. Harriet, daughter of James Cobbold, Esq, 14. Henry Read, F.-9. of South-sireet, of Holywell.

Finsbury-square, to Elizabeth, d'aghter of James Joseph Sparrow, Esq. of the William Banbury, Esq. of Warlies, Exel BombayCivil E-tablishment,10 Anne Maria, 17. James Cummingham, Esq. of Montegree widow of D. C. Ramsay, E«q. late of the hay, Jamaica, to Mrs. Smart, relict of same Establishment.

Robert Smart, Esq. of Kingston, ia that Mr. Harvey, solicitor, Bucklershury, island, and eldest daughter of Jobo Wille, to Sarah Elizabeth, daughter of William Esq. of Mecklenburgh-aquare. Banbury, Esq. of Warlies, Essex.

The Rev. George Pickard, juo. of ul. William Maberley, Eq. 1o Anna Corfe-castle, Dorset, to Frances Amelia, Maria, daughter of the late John Prescott, daughter of Martin Whish, E=q. Commis Esq. of St. Petersburgh.

sioner of Excise. Charles S. Goodwyn, E.q. son of Macleod Robinson, Esq. of the Ord. Henry Goodwyn, Esq. of the Paragoni, nance, Tower, to Miss Murrell, of Perry. Blackheath, to Letitia, daughter of George Street, Kent. Young, Esq. of Blackheath.

Mr. George Robertson, Bromley, Mr. William Henry Simpson, of St. Kent, to Miss Anderson, of Ludgate-street,

MONTHLY OBITUARY.

Plumptree, the author of many inge- qualities of mind, was united the most pure nious publications.—This Lady was parti. integrity of beari. Uis premature dissols cularly skilled in German literature.

tion may be dermed a loss to uciety at large, Lately, in Capel-street, Dublin, Mr. H. of which he was qualified to become ao Fitzpatrick, bookseller.

ornament and an exainple. To his parents Lately, at Ramsgate, F. Ferguson, Esq. and his kindred as his loss is irreparable, the F.R.S. aged 70.

consolations of Religion, and the leavest Lateiy, in Devonshire-square, Mrs. Lydia hand of Time alone, can afford a balm ta Cohen, aged 67, relict of the late L. B. so severe a wound.-This tribute, doe la Cohen, Esq. of Angel court, Throgmor. departed excellence, is the genaine effusing ton-street.

of the heart, from one who delighted in bis Lately, at the County-terrace, New Kent- society-who felt for him a parental regard, road, Mr. Christopher Drake, formerly of and who wishes it were any honour to his Friday-street, aged 61.

memory to declare, that his adiniration of Laiely, at Barham, Mrs. Frederick Mula hiin, when living, could only be equiled by caster, wife of Colonel Mulcaster, of the the sorrow he now fecis al bis death Royal Engineers.

" Abscot or dead, still shall a Friend he dear AUG. 8. At Port Louis, Isle of France,

A sigh the absent claim ;-the Dead a tear.** in the 54th year of his age, Robert Beecher, Esq. on his return from Bngal to Europe.

Scpt. 92. At Great Duomow, in the 18. At Locker by, M. and B. Chamcounty of Essex, in the 87th year of her bers, sisters. -They had lived together age, Mrs. Martha Sinith, relict of Mr. John nearly the whole of their lives, and bad es. Smith late of Great Yarmouth, in the county pressed a singolar solicitude that they might of Norfolk.

die together. In this their prayers were Oct. 5. At George Town, Demerara, lieard, as they died on the same oigbt-the mes Finlayson, R.N.

one at teľ, the mother at twelve o'clock, and II. A Mideira, in the 22 year of his were buried in one grave, age, John Edward Mills, Esq. only son of 22. George Freeman Burnaby, Esq. John Mills, Esq.of Parliament.street, West- youngest son of the late venerable Archdeaminster, - Nature had been bountiful to him con of Leicestershire. in his person, which was rendered more en- H. L. Ball, Esq. Rear Admiral of the gaging by the Suavity of his manners, and Blue.

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Io llart-street, Bloomsbury, T, Hog. 7. At Stepney-green, James Ashfeild, gard, Esq. late of Morton, Lincoloshire. Esq. aged 93.

24. Cardinal Cambaceres.--He was born 8. At Wycoller Hall, near Colne, Lancaat Montpellier, on the Ilth of September, shire, Henry Owen Cunlife, Esq. 1756 ; aud was consecrated Archbishop of At Lambein, after a lingering painful Rouen by the Cardinal Legate on the 11th illness, whico se endured with exemplary of April, 1802, and installed the 23d of fortitude and patience, Mrs. Gilchrist May following.

(widow of the late Mr. Stirling Gilchrist, of 25. Al Turnhault, in Craignish, Major. Twickenhain), in her 75th year. Her vir. Campbeil, ot Broglen.

tues were such, as to place her above all 26. Al Minto House, the Right Hon, W, praise, and her loss will be long and deeply Elliot, of Wells, M.P.

lamented by ber numerous family and Ai Ledgers, near Croyden, Surrey, friends. Mrs. Stanhope, widow of the late Phillip 9. At Corshil, Scotland, aged 89, the Stanhope, Esq.

Right Hon. Lady Euphemia Stuart, sister to At Chonham, William Rowell, E-q. the late Earl of Galloway.

At Bourdeaux, Samuel Montgomery, Il. At au advanced age, at South Wood Esq. of Kildare, Ireland.

House, Charlotte, Dowager Couutess of 27. lo New.street, Bishopsgate, S. d'A. Dupinore.-Her Ladyship was a daugh. Finzi, Esq. aged 76.

ter of Alexaodes, seventh Earl of Galloway, At Lofield Highway, aged 68, Mrs. and was married the 21st of February, 1759, Esther Hacker, relict of Daniel Hacker, to Jobo, fiich Earl of Dunmore, who died Esq.

in March, 1809, and by whim she had five 28. At Dee-mount, near Aberdeen, sons and four daughters; including George, Lieutenant-Colonel P. Black, late in the the present Earl of Dunmore; Augusta, now Hon. East India Company's service, on the Lady Augusta d'Ameland, married at Rome Bengall E-tablishment, aged 55.

April 4, 1793, 10 his Royal Highness the In Little Britain, Dr. T. S. Stevens, Duke of Sussex, and, secondly, December Mathematical Master of Christ's Ho-pital. 5, 1793, at St. George's Hanover-square,

Mr. G. Hall, Broad-street, Golden- London, which marriage was declared null square.

and void by the Prerogative Court in 1794 ; 29. In Compton-street, Brunswick-square, and Virginia, born in Virginia, and pamed Mrs. Hunter, relics of the lat Rev. Chris- afier it at the request of the Council and topher Hunier, Rector of Gayton, Nor. Assembly of Virginia, of which his Lord. ibamptonshire.

sbip, her father, was then Governor. Mr. Jona Buckle, jun, of Nicholas- 12. At Knightsbridge, in her 82d year, lane, Lombard streel,

Mrs. Nugent, widow of Capi. Walter NuAt last Cowes Castle, Isle of Wight, gent, and Mother of Colouel Nugent, of the seat of John Nash, Esq. the Lady of Beaumont-street. Sir Samuel Romilly, Koight, M.P.-She 13. In Red Lion-square, George Sandehad borne a long and painful illness with man, M.D, in the 720 year of his age. patience and resignation.

14. Miss Ramsay, of Barra, North BriNov. 2. 1. Russeil-square. Sir Samuel tain. Romilly, Koighi, M.P. tor Westminster. 16. At Wolverton-park, Hants, Lady

At Coloamplon, Robert Were Fox, Poie, widow of the late Sir Charles Pole, Esq. of Falmouth, a Piember of the So

Bart. in her 761h year. cieig of Friends, aged 65.

17. At Paddington, Anne, wife of George Busbell, E q. of Cliester, aged Captain A. Campbell, of the Hon. East lo73.

dia Company's paval service. At llatfield, Yorkshire, Sir Hector, In York-street, St. James's, Richard Maclean, Baronet, of Marvaran, N.B. Norris, L'q. in his Soub year,

4. Ac Broughton, near Preston, Mrs. 18. In an apoplectic fit, at his house in Chew, ridict of the late Mr. James Chew, Ghina-terrace, Lambeth, Alderman Goodaged 107.

behere.-fle wapexi in rotation to fill the 5. Aged 22, universally regretted, after Civic Chair, and he had been for many a lingering illness, which she bore without a years a distinguished Member of the Cormurmur, Anna Maria, youngest daughter poration of London, and represented the of George Wren Le Grand, E:9. of Houdes. Ward of Chiap. lle acquired a consideradon.-She was a pattern of filial aflection ble fortune by unreminuing industry and and humility, and those who knew her loved perseverance in business, and was justly and respected her.

esteemed for integrity and punctuality in Al Aldermaston-park, Berkshire, all his dealings. - Mr. Goodbelere has left Thomas Llanner, L-9., aged 37, eldest son a widow and a son, bis only child, about of Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart. of Hanmer, twenty years of age, who is a Member of Flintshire.

the University of Cambridge. tj. At Lausanne, Margarett, the wife of 2. In his 720 year, Mr. Watson, of Williain lorien Pili, Esq. Member for the Aldermanbury, of the firm of Messrs. WilCounty of Doiset.

son, Sous, and Vaison,

BIRTIS, MARRIAGES, AND OBI. Feb. 1. At Whampoa, on board the TUARY, IN THE EAST INDIES. Honourable Company's ship General Kyd,

Mr. James Combe, 4th Officer of that ship, · BIRTHS.

sincerely lamented by all on board. Arril 13. At Muttra, the Lady of Lieut.

23. At Mangalore, Lieutenant-Colonel J. John Mackenzie, of the 3d Regiment of

Gennys, of the 1st Battalion 5th Regiment Native Cavalry, of a daughter.

Madras Native Iofantry. 27. At Chiosurah, the Lady of Captain

At Sindwa, Lieutenant H.O. Butts, John Gordon, of the 2d Battalion 20th

of the Madras European Regiment. Regiment of Native Infantry, of a daugh

27. In Camp, at ibe altack on Fort Talter.

nier, Serjeant-Major J. Lawrence, of the MAY 2. At Beerbhoom, the Lady of H. Rocket Troop Horse Artillery. M. Pigou, of the Civil Service of a dangh

March 1. At Mahidpore, of the wounds ter.

received in action with Holkar's army,

Captain Henry Norton, of the 19th RegiMARRIAGES.

ment of Madras Native Infantry. April 13. At the Cathedral, by the Rev.

13. At Chicacole, Assistant Sargeon John Mr. Hastings, Mr. John Gates, lo Miss Edwards, of the 3d Madras Veteran BatEliza Caroline Buckley.

talion. At Berhampore, Mr, James Mollis, APRIL 3. In Camp near Poonah, Lienteto Miss Anne Shaw.

nant Joseph Taylor, of the 2d Battalion 20. At Cuttack, Captain Alexander 17 Regiment, or Madras Grenadier Light M'Cleod, of the Curiack Legion, to Louisa, Infantry. daughter of Robert Brown, Esq.

17. Of the Cholera Morbus, Chedam 22. At Sorool, Fry Magniac, Esq. of the Chunder Dass, the Author of “The Bultriss Civil Service, to Charlotte Mary, eldest Siagbasun.”. davghter of John Cheap, Esq.

19. At Juggernauth, Major William 25. At the Cathedral, Mr. Jeronimo Hamilton, of the 20 Battalion 18th RegiRodrigues, to Miss Caroline Inglis.

Regiment of Native Infantry. MAY I. At Tittyghur, at Stephen Beau

21. At Muttra, Samuel Ridges, son of fort's, Esq. by the Rev. Mr. Hutchings, Captain Smith, of the 3d Regiment of Na Richard Turner, Esq. to Miss Mary Croft tive Cavalry. Ottway.

23. Captain Fraser Smith, aged 55 years, DEATHS.

24. At Bogwongolah, near Moorsheda

bad, of the Colera Morbus, Mr. Charles JAN. 25. At Seringapatam, Capt. John

Rose, of the Custom House, aged 58 years. Beaumont, Quarter-master of Brigade, in 30. Al Burdwan, J. H. Keene, Esq. Mysore.

aged 45 years.

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Colonel Landmann bas in the pres llisThe Rev. Sir John Head, Barı, is print- torical, Military, and Picturesque Obser. ing, in an octaro volume, Discourses on vations, on Portugal, in two quarto volusies, various Subjects.

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moval of Muscular Contraction of the Limbs, The Rev. Archdeacon Nares is printing, by John Felton. in a quarto volume, Illustrations of ditia In the press, Scripture Costume, exhi. cult Words and Phrases occurring in the bited in a series of Engravings, accurately English Writers of the age of Queen Eliza- coloured in imitation of the drawings. beth.

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