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Surr, Mrs. Susan, of Stockwell, 8th Nov., 1 married, in 1798, Jane Elizabeth, only aged 68.
dau. of Charles Price, E., and has Swire, Mrs. Samuel, third daughter of left a large family. His eldest brother,
James Kendle, Esq, of Weasonham, George Henry Warrington, E., of Nortolk, Ilth Nov., aged 27.
Pentrapant, married Mary, elden dan. Symes, Mrs. William, ot Tavistock-square, and heiress of John Carew, E-4, of 3rd Nov.
Carew Castle, county Pembroke, and Thompsn, Thomas, cldest son of Thomas (ruwcombe, county Somerset, and as
Thumbson, Esq., of Poundstord Park, sumed, in consequence, the name of the
4th September, at Singapore, aged 29. ancient family of Carew. Thornton, Marian, wite of T. L.. Thorn | Watson, Muutave Lewthwaite, E-4.,
ton, Ex. and youngest daughter of Sculptor, 21h Aug. Captain R. M.Kirlic, 12th Novi
Wells, Frederick Octavius, Eq, East Timmerman, Sophia, wite of Captain India Company's Service, son of the
Timmerman, of the French ( Iry, late Vice-Admiral Thomas Wells, 17th and daughter of the late William Bro Aug., at Calcutta.
die', E5, 2017 Oct., near Boule ne. Wells, John, Esq., of t'pper PhillimoreTorkington, Anne, wife of the Rer. place, Kensington, 17th Nov., age 63. Charles Torkington, sth November, at Whutchurst, Mary, widow of the Inte Abbotsbury, co. Dorset.
Thomas Whirehurst, En., 28th Oci., Toulmin, Joseph, Est. of Ilackney, 13th at Batterna. Nov., aged 16.
Wilcot, Jirs Elizabeth, dau, of the Inte Turton, Mrs. William, at Weymouth, ith James Blume, Esq., of Wandsworth, Nov., aged 62.
13th Nov. Walker, Rev. S. F., M.A., (haplain to Willes, Rev. Edward, M.A., kn of the
the Trinity House, 9th Nov., aged 68. late Archdeacon Willes, 30th Oct., at Warrington, Colonellanmer, Isth Oct. Birth, aged 16.
This gentleman, late her Maja Williams Mis Rebecca, at Stanmore, Agent and Consul General at Tripoli, 15th Nov., aged 83. died at Patras. His distinguished | Willis, Mrs. Eizabeth, of Canterbury career in the service of his country ex. Villas, Brixton, Toth Nor. tended over the period of tuli titty Willahire, Fanny, second dau. of RavVears. In 1793 he received a ('ornet's mond Willshire, Esq., of Brixton I'lsce, commission in the 1st Dragoon Guards, Surrey, 15th Nov. and accompanied the regulent to Flan Winon, Mary Anne, eldest dan, of the den lle ait rwards pun baned a trump late Henry Wilson, L-4, at llartirin the 2nd Demon Gunnis, and was ton-suure, Ist Nov. thence promoted to the Majority of the Wim, Jis Eduard, at Ryde, ith Nor. 4th Drain Guards. Subsequently Witham, Elizabeth, relict of lkn Withamn. he obtained the appointment of 11 peste E-4., of Lartington Hall, co, York, and ing Fill Officer to the Carnarvoliwhire nince and heiress of William Watham, District; and was sint, not long after, L.), of (litte llall. by the Dihe of York. to audint in or- Wend. Juu. Mary of Shere, Surrey, 25th tinitig the Spanish cavalry under Gel O., and 63. neial Balatara, and in pinerally wid. | Wouds, Mrs., J. D., 5th Nos., at Jesu'y. ing the saint troops opened to the Woodward, Ivanc, E- of kiwania. Fruch. but the year 1-12, ('l l spare, Kenningt n, 12th Sor.. ad Watutun W. eluted to the
63. his friaren at Tripoli, 4 Antall i W iley, Get Paistuin of the ! te Cosul General; and this import Jamh W illia, of the langal past he cuttil, at to excerpt for thirts. Medinic, Oct, at und t ur voirs, during walah logik quti i Totalt no (onsul in any part of the winterer York. Ilif fr hip Of The Mist carrin the name and intuence of at Resent Faber in God, butward Brain hiihrt than the lamented my (Vena'ls lotusain) llarurt, Lad tlemn wie death we now to Arcti'i ship of York, l'rimate of Luca He wis beyond with the Cut late la !, ilim on the lith Other, Orier, by the king of Hair, ai!! 1.) This Grace the HET. 641 with that of St. (141* by the Grund
(4 ., 6;Ludvirtina, bus bi* Duke of Tunan). C. Wart: itan na th, wie', Martina, thund du t ie born in 1876, the ti rim t ar Rev. 1. Sun llaruntad tot G Wamna, reiter of love , cu, Sipos, fint L a llarfait. At the Agir, l 11.15), his wir, dal, and
of thaltesh, he w i ll to Wiet. he res of Il. ruimsch. 1.- lle tiskt Sandwhenen boett 11kad to Christ Church, Oxford. Soon after married, the 5th February, 1784, Anne, taking orders, he was placed in the third daughter of Granville, first Marfamily Rectory of Sudbury. He was quis of Stafford, by whom (who died next appointed a Prebendary of Glou the 16th Nov. 1832) he had issue ten cester, and afterwards Canon of Christ sons and four daughters, all of whom, Church, which appointments he re except one daughter, survive him. Of tained for many years. In 1791, he these sons, three are dignitaries of the became Bishop of Carlisle, and held church; two are barristers and members that Bishopric up to 1807, when, on the of Parliament; two are colonels in the death of the Most Rev. Dr. Markham, army; and two are captains in the navy. he was translated to the Archbishopric One daughter is married to Sir John of York. In the following year, his V. B. Johnstone, Bart., M.P., and anGrace was made a Privy Councillor; he other is married to Colonel Malcolm, was also Lord High Almoner to the His Grace assumed the name of Har. Queen, a Governor of the Charter court in 1831, on inheriting the estates House, and of King's College, London; of the Harcourt family, on the death of Visitor of Queen's College, Oxford; a Field-Marshal the Earl of Harcourt. Commissioner for Building Churches, The Venerable Archbishop died, on and a D.C.L.: he was also, for more the 5th Nov., at the Palace, Bishopsthan thirty years, one of the Directors thorpe, after a short illness, in his of the Ancient Concerts. This vene ninety-first year. rable Prelate was highly respected by | Young, Edmund, Esq., Ensign 76th Reall sects and parties. As a religious giment, youngest son of Henry Young, teacher, his precepts were clear and Esq., of Lower Berkeley-street, 16th forcible; and they were fully supported Oct., aged 19. by the practice of his life. His Grace
INDEX TO VOL. IV.
Bentinck, Lord George, Ancestry of, 159
- Correction 484
Birth-place and Birth-day of the
Boodle's Club . . . . . . .
| Brackley, Viscount, M.P., . . . . 258
Brandon Park, co. Suffolk. ... 142
Brooke's Club . . . . . . . . 461
RESTORATION . . . . . . . 535 Burford's Panorama . . . . . . 375
WITH THE, . 17, 109, 231, 299, 452
520 Calveley of Lea, co. Chester . . . 248
. 50 Campbell, Mungo, Trial of, for
Shooting Lord Eglinton ... 452
CASTLES AND MANSIONS OF GREAT
172 Castle Cooke, co. Cork, Ireland . . 418
Marlborough, Case of, . . . . 109 Castle Widenham . . . . . . 415
| Chevalier Bayard ...... 538
· · 153
Ballad, Å Romaum
BULKELEY MSS. . . . . . . 448
Sophocles and the Hamlet of
Shakespeare . . . . . . . . 503
GROSVENOR, . . . . . 144, 197 Ferrers, Earl, Trial of, for Murder. 17
Fox, W. J., Esq.. M.P. . . . . 259
the Murder of a Quaker Lady . 299 159, 258, 367, 532.
Parsons, son of a Baronet ... 231 Free-trade Club . . . . . . . 516
THE ARISTOCRACY , 17, 109, 231, 299
Galtee Castle, co. Tipperary · · · 547
Garrick Club . . . . . . . . 523
GENEALOGY, NEGLECTED, I., . . 565
GENEALOGY OF THE POET DAXTE . 251
Gleig's Battle of Waterloo, Review
of, . . . . . . . . . . . 172
GOLDSMITH's (TIIE) DargHTER . . 483
Great Alliances . . . . . . . 367
Grouchy, Marshal . . . . . . 13
Guard's Club ... .
. . . . . 519
Birth-day of, . . . . . . . 534 Haymarket Theatre . ..485, 577
High Road, The . . . . . . . 71
159, 258, 367 532.
History of Cleveland, Review of . . 275
HISTORY, ROMANTIC HIEROES OF . 538
Holwood, Kent . . . . . . . 405
HOUSE OF COMMONS . . . . . . 560
House of O'Conor . . . . . . 160
Houses, Royal, OF EUROPE . . . 470
Howth Castle ....... 124
tween the . . . . . . . 503
I and J
Irish BARONIES, BY Writ. ··· 128
Naval Clubs . . . . . . . . 519
OF DYER, THE POET . 7, 264, 420
OBITUARY, ANNOTATED, 82, 189, 289,
392, 494, 589
Ladies Bullen, the, . . . . . . 532
PROPRIETORS SINCE THE Con-
QUEST . . . . . . . . 134, 354
Monarque. . . . . . . . . 182
bers of . . . . . . . . . . 258
olden time . . . . . . . . 261
The Crimes and Vicissitudes of. 231
433, 451, 482, 511, 537
. . 258
Man, The oldest, since the deluge . 261
Barnard, Case of . . . . . . 109
· · . .
- ITALIAN ROMANCE .. 435
ing Lord Eglinton . . . . . . 452
and the Duke of Marlborough. . 109
Rachel, Mademoiselle .. ... 166
Lancashire and Cheshire, by Hul-
ton, Review of, . . . . . . . 379
275, 379, 487, 578
- The Rail, ....... 74