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in all things assist to the utmost of his power fellow-citizens ; but he by no means wished in the due execution of the present Conven- to press bimself forward on the present oco tion, according to the true intent and mean- casion, ing thereof.

Mr. Alderman Thorp professed unaltera. 5th. It is further mutually agreed, that ble attachment to the principles of the Core the Commanders of the ships of the two stitution as delivered dowo to us by our Royal Navies, who shall be employed on ancestors, and declared that he would always this service, shall adhere strictly to the exact be ready to obey the instructions of the tenor of the instructions which they shall Livery; while he hoped he was oot deficient receive for this purpose.

in the necessary qualifications for the Repre. The remaining Articles, which are seven sentative of a great Commercial City. in number, do not essentially differ, in any Mr. Alderman Goodbehere proposed Mr. of their provisions, from those which are Waithman as a fit and proper person ; which contained in the Treaties concluded by this nomination was seconded by Mr. Favell. country with Spain and Portugal, and Mr. Waithman felt much pride on the which are already knowo to our readers. occasion, and made large professions of his There are some “ Annexes" to the Treaty, determination to promote the true interests containing the form of instructions for the

of the city. ships employed to prevent the traffic, and Mr. Wilson addressed the Livery, and regulations for the mixed Courts of Justice made the most becoming professions of bis which are to reside on the coast of Africa, independence and attachment to the Consti. and in a colonial possession of the King of tution, and devotion to the interest of this

a the Netherlands,

Metropolis.

Mr. Rowcroft, in a few words, declined, CITY OF LONDON ELECTION.

for various reasons, offering himself on the

present occasion. TUESDAY, JUNE 16.

After the nominations had concluded, the FIRST DAY.

show of hands took place for the respective The election of four persons to serve in

Candidates, and the Sheriffs declared the the ensuing Parliament as representatives of majority to be in favour of Messrs. Wood, the City of London, commenced on Tues Thorp, Waitoman, and Wilson. day, and we believe a fuller attendance of

Mr. Birch baving declined the contest,

Sir William Curtis and Alderman Atkins Jiverymen has not been known on any former occasion. The heat of the weather

demanded a Poll, which commenced at halfhad no effect in abating the ardour of curio.

past three, and closed at half-past four. At sity excited by the novelty of the appear

five o'clock the numbers were ihus posted :ance of so many candidates for their favour. Wood ....... 176 | Wilson

110 After the usual preparatory forms apon such

Waithmap 159 | Curtis

91 occasions of this kind were gone through, Thorp..

136 Atkins

57 the several Candidates came forward.

SECOND DAY. They presented themselves in the following order:

Wood

773

........1047 | Thorp Alderman Sir W. Curtis first addressed

Wilson ........
852 Curtis

742

Waithman the Livery, and in soliciting a renewal of

848 Atkins

493 the honour so repeatedly conferred on bim,

THIRD DAY. mapfully and honestly stated the indepen

Wood ........2175 | Thorp dence of his principles, which induced him

Wilson..

Cortis occasionally to vote with Ministers when he

Waithman ....1741 Alkins.. thonght their measures wise and salutary, and occasionally to oppose them when he

FOURTH DAY. could not approve of what they proposed. Wond..... ...3121 | Curtis Alderman Atkins made a similar indepen

Wilson .2713 | Thorp dent and constitutional profession. Alderman Sir C. S. Hunter proposed Mr.

Waithman ....2480 | Atkins........1365 Wilson as a fit and proper person to repre.

FIFTH DAY. sent the City of London, for his extreme Wood

Curtis

.2844 commercial connexions and intimate know

Wilson .......

3338 | Thorp ledge of its true interests.

Waithman

Atkins

1613 Mr. Alderman Wood then came forward

SIXTH DAY. and professed his attachment to the Constitution, and his determination to support

Wood.... 4828 | Curtis measures of retrenchment and economy in Wilson........4237 | Thorp.

.3547 the State.

Waithman .....3838 Atkins declined. Mr. Alderman Birch next addressed the Livery in a neat speech. His principles

SEVENTH AND LAST DAY. were those of honest independence; and if Wood .5700 | Thorp ... he were returned to Parliament he would Wilson. .4829 Curtis endeavour to deserve the approbation of bis Waitbian

...1837

....1599 ..1597

989

.....2330

.9968

.....3779

.2729

....2979

.......3676

4335 . 1924

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WESTMINSTER ELECTION,
TUESDAY, JUNE 18,

FIRST DAY.
The friends of the several candidates took
their stations on the bustings at nine o'clock,
At ten the nomination of the candidates
commenced,

Mr. Storch presented himself to nominate their old and tried representative, Sir Francis Burdell. (some clamour.)

Mr. Peter Walker came forward to nomi. Date the venerable Major Cartwright, the tried friend of Universal Suffrage and AnDual Parliaments.

Lord Henry Molyneux Howard proposed as a candidate Sir Samuel Romilly. He could truly say, froin long and constant observation of his conduct, that he was actoated by the pure constitutiopal principles which had so long indeared Mr. Fox to the citizens of Westininster.-Mr. Wishart seconded the nomination.

Sir Murray Maxwell presented himself amidst greeting from his friends, and cries of " Of! off from the multitude. He said he believed he had the wishes of Mr. Hant himself that he should be heard. He felt happy in telling them that his cause was truly popular in the hearts of the electors of Westminster.

Mr. Harley then nomigated Mr. Hunt, in a short speech, and the domination was seconded by Mr. Gale Jones,

The high bailiff having declared the shew of hands to be in favour of Sir Samuel Romilly and Mr. Hunt, a poll was de. manded, which was closed for the day at four o'clock, when it stood as follows :Sir Samuel Romilly

189 Sir Murray Maxwell.

176 Sir Francis Burdett

87 The Hon. Douglas Kingaird.. 25 Mr. Hunt ....

14
Major Cartwright

10
SECOND DAY.
Sir Samuel Romilly

825
Sir Murray Maxwell.

754
Sir Francis Burdett

318
Hon. Douglas Kionaird 55
Mr. Blunt
Major Cartwright.

18
THIRD DAY.
Sir Samuel Romilly

..1276
Sir Murray Maxwell

1241 Sis Francis Burdett

484 Hon. Douglas Kionaird. 63 Mr. Hont

33
Major Cartwright.

20
FOURTH DAY.
Sir Samuel Romilly ...1870
Sir Francis Burdett ..1203
Sir Murray Maxwell.... ..1726
Mr. Hunt.....

47

SOUTHWARK ELECTION.

FIRST DAY. The Election of two representatives for this Borough in Parliament commenced on Thurday, June 18, and the crowd assembled on the occasion exceeded all former precedent. The Hustings were crowded to excess, and St. Margaret's hill was nearly impassable.

At half.past nine o'clock the High Bailiff, Mr. Princeps, appeared, and was sworn in.

The High Bailiff then called upon the Electors to manifest their choice of the Representatives by a show of hands, and Mr, Calvert being first announced, there was an almost universal show of hands in his favour, accompanied by the most vociferous applause. Mr. Barclay was the next put io rotation, and a few individuals held up their hands, and a mixture of applause, groans, and hisses followed. Sir Robert Wilson was then put, and the show of hands and the acclainations that followed it, were ofth most poisy and universal description. A poll was then demanded by Mr.

Young for Mr. Barclay. It commenced soon after twelve, and was carried on with great spirit till four, when the numbers were announced to be as follow: Mr. Calvert ..

427 Sir R. Wilson

.837
Mr. Barclay.....

228
SECOND DAY.
Mr. Calvert

.1318
Sir R. Wilson

928
Mr. Barclay

754
THIRD DAY.
Mr. Calvert

.1951
Sir R. Wilson.

1108 Mr. Barclay

1102

30

FOURTH DAY.

FIFTH DAY.

The poll was closed, Mr, Barclay having declined.

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ford.

SUMMER ASSIZES.

upon-Tyne-25th July, at Newcastle

upon Tyne. HOME CIRCUIT.

Cumberland-31st July, at Carlisle. Judges-Lord ELLENBOROUGA and Mr. Jus

Westmorland-5th August, at Appleby. tice A BBOTT.

Lancashire-8th August, at Lancaster, Hertfordshire-Thursday, July 16, at Hert

WESTERN CIRCUIT. Esser-Monday, July 20, at Chelmsford.

Judges - Mr. Justice Park and Mr. JusKent-Monday, July 27, at Maidstone.

tice BURROUGH. Sussex-Saturday, August 1, at Lewes.

Southampton-14th July, at Winchester. Surry-Thursday, August 6, at Guilford.

Wilts--18th July, at Salisbury.
Dorset-230 July, at Dorchester

Devon and City of Exeter-27th July, at Judges-Mr. Baron Wood and Mr. Justice

Exeter.
BAYLEY.

Cornwall--30 August, at Bodmin.
York and City-4th July, at York.

Somerset- 10th August, at Wells. Durham-201h July, at Durham.

City and County of Bristol- 15th August, at Northumberland, and County of Newcastle

Bristol,

NORTHERN CIRCUIT.

BIRTHS.
Mahen. Als pombean, Ola da Webster. Lucy Stephenson, of'a'da lighter.

CAY 28. At Framfield-place, Sussex, 14, At Farley Hill, Berkshire, Lady 29. At Wansted House, the lady of Long In Prince s-street, Hanover-square, the Wellesley, M.P. of a daughter.

lady of Ralph Franco, Esq. of a son and June 10. In Great George-street, the heir. Right Hon. Lady Amelia Sophia Drum- 22. At Mead Lodge, Hunsdon, Herts, mond, of a daughter.

the wife of Captain James Keith Forbes, 11. The lady of Lieutenant-colonel Hugh E.J.S. of a son. Percy Davison, of a daughter.

MARRIAGES.

, to Mrs. Smith, of Dunstall Hall, Derby. square, W. Thomas, Esq. late of the shire. 77th regiment of foot, to Frances, daughter L. B. Hollinshead, Esg. of Derby, to Miss of the late W. Waldgrave, Esq.

Potts, daughter of Mr.' Potts, Serjeants'. Lately, Mr. J. Bologna, of the Theatre inn, Fleet-street. Royal, Covent garden, to Miss L. M. Bris. 26. G. Bishop, Esg. of Finsbury.place, tow, late of the same.

to Rosetta, eldest daugbter of Richard Lately, Lieutenant Kinderdine, of the Houlditch, Esq. of Hampstead. King's own Stafford militia, to Mary, Ellis John Troughton, Esq. of Beckforddaughter of William Critchley, Esq. of place, Kennington, to Mary, daughter of Dupton, Stafford.

the late Tbomas Baker, Esq. of the India MAY 20. James Lush Buckland, surgeon, House, of Shaftesbury, to Maria, daughter of 27. Thomas C. Yates, Esq. of the loner Charles Lush, Esq. of Charles-square, Hox. Temple, to Maria-Isabella, daughter of Sir

William Richardson, Bart. 21. Edward Hopper Hebden, Esq. to 28. At Putney, Charles Stock, Esq. of Mary, daughter of the late James Tindall, Reading, to Ann, daughter of the late Peter Esq. of Scarborough, banker.

Kennion, Esq. 21. At Brighton, George Royde, Esq. of At Wandsworth, Henry James Barchard, Newgate-street, to Frances, daughter of the Esq. of Wandsworth, to Elizabeth, widow late William Attree, Esq. of Brighton. of the late E. L. Daniell, Esq. of the Island

23. H. C. Eycott, Esq. to Ann-Clutter. of Antigua. buck, daughter of William Fryer, Esq. Margaret-Frances, daughter of the late

24. At Cirencester, Mr. Charles Law. Rev. Paul Limrick, of Calcutta, 10 Joseph rence, to Lydia, daughter of Devereux Pigott Rogers, Esq. third son of the Rev. Bowly, Esq. of Chesterton House, Glou. Dr. Rogers, LLD, rector of Killeagh, Case cestershire,

tle Martyr, Ireland. At Eton, Mr. William Borrowdaile, of R. II. Middleton, Esq. of Limehouse, to Bernard-street, Russell-square, 10 Jane, Miss Eleanor Hastings Duell, of Clifton, daughter of Mr. Marsh, of Econ.

near Bristol. 25. At Cliesterfield, J. F. Smith, Esq. Robert Gear, Esq. of Denmark Hill, to

ton.

Sarah, daughter of the late Matthew Ches- R. L. Ferrar, Esq. 60th regiment, to sall, Esq. of Norfolk-street.

Elizabeth-Ferrers, daughter of the late Dr. Dancey, son of John Dancey, Esq. of John Gilbert, Esq. of Newport, Isle of Blandford, to Sarah, daughter of Thomas Wight. Warburton, Esq. of Hackney.

Thomas Parminter, Esq. of Berington J. Petty Muspratt, Esq. of Dulwich, to House, Essex, to Elizabeth, daughter of Susannah, daughter of Thomas' Latt, jun, William Simons, Esq. Haydon-square. Esq. of Lambeth,

9. Thomas Jervis White Jervis, to ElizaCharles Philip Hodson, of St. Peter's beth Ann Strettell. College, Cambridge, Esq. to Elizabeth, 11. Mr. Edward Iones, of Fleet-street, daughter of the late George Burdon, Esq. to Miss Lightfoot, of Islington. of Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.

Joseph Mace, Esq. of Tenterden, Kent, 29. Michael Charles Fox, Esq. eldest son to Miss Amelia Cole Steer, of Dawlish, of Luke Fox, Esq. late one of his Majesty's Devon. jestices of the court of Common Pleas, to 13. Edward Stanley, Esq. of Charlotte. Katharine Bushe, second daughter of the street, Bedford-square, to Miss Milne, of Solicitor General.

Lower Grosvenor-street. JUNE 2. William Edward Nightingale, 13. William Manning, Esq. of the Hon. Esq. of Lea, Derbyshire, to Frances, third East India Company's service, to Kate, daugbter of William Smith, Esq. M.P. for daughter of the late John Clarck Stewart, Norwich.

Esq. of Blackwall. John W. T. Sparkes, Esq. of St. John's- 15. The Rev. W. B. Wroth, vicar of street, to Mary, daoghter of Philip Cooper, Edlesborough, Bucks, to Anne-Maria, Esq. of Waterloo place.

daughter, of the Rey. T.H. Barker, rector Mr. John Shepherd, of Frome, to Han- of Northchurch, Herts. nah, daughter of the late Mr. Benjamin 16. The Rev. Samuel Crooke, of WrestTomkins, of Thames-street,

lingworth, Bedfordshire, to Maria-Eliza3. Francis Tattersall, Esq. of Hill's- beth, daughter of the late Thomas Caw.' place, near Maidstone, to Harriet, daugh- ston, Esq. of Great St. Helen's. ter of Henry Martin, Esq. of Sackville- 18. S. R. M. Leake, Esq. to Georgiana, street.

daughter of G. Stevens, Esq. of Old WindThe Rev. S. Arnott, fellow of St. John's sor Lodge. College, Oxford, and perpetual curate of Mr. James Simms, of St. John's, NewEasterbourne, to Miss Bunting, daughter foundland, to Ann, daughter of Mr. Roof the late Rev. E. Bunting, rector of Yel- bert Gray, of Camberwell. ding, Bedfordshire.

Mr. W. Beddome, of Fenchurch-street, 4. Mr. Charles Aldis, of Camberwell, to to Ellen, daughter of Mr. Edward Smith, of Mary-Judith, daughter of Thomas Spence, Bath-place, Peckbam. Esq. of Hertford.

Captain Edward Wildman, of the 20th George Adams, Esq. of Alresford, to Miss light dragoons, to Miss Antonia Oakes, Nickson, daughter of the late John Niek- daughter of Sir Hildebrand Oakes, Bart. sop, Esq. of Whitchurch, Salop.

The Rev. R. G. Baker, son of William 6. Mr. Frederick Thornhill, of Fish- Baker, Esq. of Bayford Bury, Herts, to street-hill, to Miss Jones.

Emma, daughter of the late Williain At Streatham Church, John Webb, Esq. Franke, Esq. of Guildford-street, to Ano, daughter of Mr. Thomas Mann, jun, of Andover, to David Laing, Esq. of Balham-bill, Surrey. Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Richard Stub

8. William Margesson, Esq. of Upper bings, of Islington. Berkeley-street, to Mary.Frances, daugh. 20. Alfred Fawkes, Esq. of Great Cumter of Bryan Cook, Esq. of Owston, York. berland-street, Portman-square, to Wilhel.

Capel Hanbury, Esq. of H.M. Royal mina, second daughter of John Milford, Scots regiment, and son of the late John Esq. of Guildford-street, Russell-square. Hanbury, Esq. of Tottenhamn, to Ellen, Augustus Giani, Esq. of New Cavendish. daughter of the late William Franklin, square, Portland-place, to Miss Greenfell, Esq. formerly governor of bis Majesty's of Pentonville. province of New Jersey,

MONTHLY OBITUARY.

, youngest daughter of Captain Frederick Welsford, Esq. merchant, of that English, of the royal engineers. place.

R. Kew, a panper, of Wick and Abson, At Kirkby-Stephen, Westmoreland, Mar. Somerset, aged 101. garet, the wife of John Margetson, Esq. of JAN, 10. At Bombay, in her 20th year, that place, solicitor.

Maria Eliza, daughter of G. B. Tyndall, At Fort St. George, N.B, Georgiana, the Esq. of Lincolo’s-inu-fields.

of his age,

his 520 year.

MAR. 31. On his passage from Madras lieutenant-colonel of the Old Buffs, or 3d to England, after a period of 42 years' ser- regiment of foot, and an aide-de-camp 10

the King. vice, Major-general Sir John Chalmers, K.C.B. colonel of the 17th regiment of Mrs. Barnard, wife of Mr. J. G. Bar. Madras Native Infantry, in the 53d year nard, of Skinner-street, Snow-hill.

6. Mr, John Allatt, of Bread street, MAY 10. On his passage from Leith to 7. In Pulteney-street, Bath, Fairfax Aberdeen, Captain James Stevenson, Johnson, Esq. of Spalding, aged 66. May 18. The Rev. M. Coulcher, M.A.' In Union-row, Ch Mr. Jobo Holles,

lale of Windmill.street, Golden-square. master of the Grammar School, Lynn, in

At Sydenham, Mr. William Lance, aged

73. 23. At his house in Wimpole-street, Sir Stephen Cotterell, in the 80ch year of his

At Brussells, Mrs. Creevey, wife of

Thomas Creevey, Esq. M.P. age, Wakelin Welch, Esq. of Camden-place, Dowton, comedian ; as an actor he was

In the 36th year of his age, Mr. Henry Bath, late of Lympston, Devonshire.

25. At Brighton, in the 420 year of his generally admired. age, John Vernon, Esq. of Usherstead

10. In Parliament-street, Charles BaLodge, Suffolk.

con, Esq. architect, clerk of the works in 26. 'At Harpendon, aged 86, Mary; Parliament, &c. &c. &c. aged 35.

the department of Whitehall, Houses of widow of the late Thomas Leigh, Esq. and sister to the late Lord Ducie,

11. The Right Hon. John Hiley AddingAt Timwell, Rutlandshire, Benjamin

ton, of a mortification in bis stomach. Christian, Esq. aged 79.

Mr. H. Addington was a gentleman of 29. Mary, the daughter of Mr. Hill,

most pleasing and amiable manners. He surgeon, of Cooper's-row.

possessed a considerable fund of informaMargaret, wife of Mr. John Osmond, of tion, was a good classical scholar, and was Market-street.

very punctual and active in the discharge At Kennington-row, in the 76th year of

of his official duties, so long as his bealth his age, Mr. Thomas Kay, late bookseller

would permit bim. He was a man of the in the Strand.

highest integrity and honour, and in all In South Audley-street, in the 73d year

the relations of domestic life, as father, of his age, Isaac Hawkins Browne, Esq.

brother, busband, most exemplary. Among of Badger Hall, in the county of Salop,

the minor excellences we may class his nearly 30 years one of the representatives conviviality, his abundant store of anecof the Porough of Bridgenorth.

dotes, his constant flow of spirits, his kind William Burdon, Esq. of Welbeck-street,

and gentle disposition. li was his lot, aged 53, regretted by all who knew him. amidst all the storms and dissensions of

31. At Hitchin, Herts, Nathaniel Field, politics, dever to have made an enemy, Esq.

even among those most opposed to him in Jonel. In Queen-square, Bloomsbury, political opinions. William Watson, Esq. F.R.S. Serjeant at

In Halkin-street, the Right Hon. the Arms to the House of Lords, Chairinan of

the Viscountess Althorp. the county of Middlesex and city of West

In Northumberland-street, Edinburgh, mioster sessions, and Senior Pleader to the

Francis Napier, Esq. W.S. son of the late Corporation of the city of London. Major-general the Hon. Mark Napier. At Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, in her 94th

Robert Barlow, Esq. of Newport, Isle

of Wight. year, Mrs. Mary Biles. 2. Sally, wife of Robert Tindal, Esq. of

12. In Albermarle-street, Arthur ShakeCoral Hall, Chelmsford.

speare, Esq. aged 70. At Windsor, in his 63d year, James

At Kennington, Captain Joseph Ed. Cobb, * Esq. of Russell-square, the secre

monds, of the royal navy. tary of the East India Company.

13. Aged 65, Elizabeth, widow to the 3. In Keppel-street, Russell-square, Jate, and mother of the present celebrated Miss Elizabeth Dobson.

Martin Van Butchell, 24, Broad-street, Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Ridout, of the

Golden-square. Crescent, New Bridge-street,

At the Rookery, near Dorking, Surrey, 4. At Isleworth, aged 87. Lady Twysden,

in tbe 62d year of his age, Richard Fuller, relict of the late Sir William Twysden, Esq. banker, of Corphill. Bart.

At Margate, after a short illness, aged 5. Robert Scarlett, M.D.

17, Williain Thomas, eldest son of Mr. At Exmouth, in the 76th year of his age,

William Moore, of White Lion-court, the Right Hon. John Leslie, Baron Lord

Birchin Jane. Newark, of North Britain, many years

14. Cuilbert Scarborough, Esq. of die

Kent-road, aged 19. # For a Portrait and Memoir, vide Vol.

J. D. Riecker, Esq. of the Old South XXXI. page 155.

Sca House, Broad-street, aged 30.

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