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ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERDIENTS. The Rev. C. Bradley, of High Wycombe, to the Gloucester, to the see of Lichfield and Coventry* rectory of Glasbury, Breconshire: Patron, the Bi- Dr. Smyth, to the see of Gloucester, by which stop of Gloucester. -The Rev. George Cuming the deaners of Chichester is become vacant. Rashleigh, Fellow of New College, Oxford, to the CAMBRIDGE.-Members' Prizes for the present rectory of Sheviock. Cornwall, vacant by the death year, Senior Bachelors : “ An recentium ingepii of the Rev. Duke Yonge, on the presentation of vim insitain veterum poetarum exemplaria prothe Right Hon. Reginald Pole Carew-The Rev. movent?"
Middle Bachelors: “Quænam polisManley, to the vicarages of Westwell, Godmer- simum causæ Tragicæ Camenæ apud Latinos ofsham, and Sballock, Kent, vacant by the death of fecerint?" the Rev. G. Sherer. - Dr. Smith, Dean of Christ Porson Prize: Shakspeare's Merchaot of Venice, Church, to the deanery of Durham, vacant by the Act IV, Scene 1, beginning, “ Of a strange nature death of Earl Cornwallis.--Dr. Ryder, Bishop of is the suit you follow, &c.
BIRTHS. Jan. 22, 1824.-In Baker-street, the lady of Wm.
James, Esg. MP. a daughter. 29. At the Rangers Lodge, Oxford, the lady of Sir
Henry Lambert, Bart. a son. Feb. 1. The lady of Major Deare, of the Eighth Hussars, a daughter.
At lckwell Bury, near Biggleswade, Lady Jobsstone, a son. 3. At Greenstead Hall, Essex, the lady of Major
Robt. H. Ord, KGO. a son. 6. At Woolterton Hall, Norfolk, the Rt. Hon, the
Countess of Orford, a daughter. - Mrs. Jackson, of Brunswick Square, a daugh. B. At the Principal's Lodge, at the East [odia Col.
lege, Herts, the lady of the Rev. Dr. Batten, a
daughter. 9. In Grosvenor Square, the Rt. Hon. Lady Petre,
a daughter, -The lady of Wm. Stuart, Esq. MP. for Armagh,
a daughter. 10. At Belton Hall, Lincolnshire, the Countess of
Brownlow, a daughter, - 1o Hill-street, Berkeley Square, the lady of
W. Lucas, Esq. MP. a daughter. - In Stratton street, the lady of George Carr
Glyo, Esq. a son. - At Cheddington, Kent, the lady of the Rey,
R. P. Wish, a son. - At Powis Castle, Shropshire, the Rt. Hon.
Lady Lucy Clive, a daughter. 14. In Lower Brook-street, the lady of the Hon.
Wm. Barrington, a son. - The lady of C. M.T. Western, Esq. a son. 17. At Whiteball Place, the Rt. Hon. Lady James Stuart, a son.
ABROAD. At Paris, the Rt. Hon. the Marchioness of Wor. cester, a son and heir.
IN IRELAND. At Dublin, the Countess of Bective, a daughter, At Ballinrobe, the lady of Lieut. Col. Arthur H. Gordon, of the Fifth Dragoon Guards, a son.
IN SCOTLAND. At Aberdeen, the lady of Capt. Arrow, RN. Com.
manding the Coast Guard of that District, a daughter.
MARRIAGES. Jan. 22. At Eve, Herefordshire, by the Hon. and
Rev. S. Rodney, Edm. Pollexfen Bastard, Esq. of Kerley, Devonshire, and MP. for that county, to the Hon. Ange Jane Rodney, daughter of the
late and sister to the present Lord Rodney. - Major James Henry Phelps, of the 8th Regt.
to Mary, youngest daughter of Robert Grant, Esq. of Druminnor, Aberdeenshire. 24. Daniel Wakefield, Esq. to Selina, second
daughter of J. G. De Burgh, Esq. of Chewton
House, Old Down. 26. Rose Price, Esq. eldest son of Sir Rose Price,
Bart. to the Rt. Hon. the Countess of Desart. 28. By Special License, at Hepburn Hall, Wm.
Heury Lambton, Esq. brother to John George Lambton, MP. for the county of Durham, to Henrietta, second daughter of Cuthbert Ellison, Esg. MP. for Newcastle on Tyne. 29. at St. James' Church, Jobó Ruggles, Esq. of Spains Hall, in the county of Essex, and of Clare, Suffolk, to Catherine, daughter of Joha
Haynes Harrison, Esq. of Corsord Hall, Essex, Feb. 3. At Mary-le-bone Church, the Rev. W.
Heberden, eldest son of Dr. Heberden, to Elvira Rainier, second daughter of John Underwood,
Esq, of Gloucester Place. 3. At Kensington, John Hurnall, Esq. of Emma
nuel College, Cambridge, to Mary, only daugh
ter of Charles Badham, MD, FRS. 4. Captain H.Jenkinson, RN. to Miss Acland, sis.
ter to Sir Tbos. D. Acland, Bart. 10. At St. George's, Hanover Square, by the Dean of Carlisle, Thos. Hoskins, Esg. of North Perrot, Somersetsbire, and late of the Royal Dra. goons, to Charlotte, daughter of the late James Adams, Esq. of Berkeley Square. 11. At Grasmere, Westmoreland, Thos. Carr, Esq.
of Compton Lodge, to Miss Dowling, of Amble
side. 16. At Wilmington, Kent, Jobn Walter Hulme,
Esq. of the Middle Temple, to Eliza, eldest daughter-and William Parr Isaacson, Esq. of Newmarket, to Sarah, second daughter-of J. Chitty, Esq. Barrister-at-law.
IN IRELAND. At Dublin, Jobp Hazen, Esq. to Elizabeth, eldest
daughter of James King, Esq. of Colerainestreet, and niece to Sir Abraham Bradley King, Bart.
ABROAD. at Madeira, at the Consul General's house, Lieut.
George Anson, 11th Dragoons, eldest son of the late Geo. Sir George Anson, KCB. MP. to Barbira Park, niece to Henry Veitch, Esq. his Britannic Majesty's Consul General for that Island.
DEATHS. Jan. 18. At Glyndbourne, Sassex, in his 95th year,
the Rev. Francis Tutte, MA, one of the Preben
daries of Peterborough. 19. At his house, York Place, Clifton, aged 71, the
Rev. Thomas Grinfield, brother of the late Gen. Grinfield.
20. In the Edgeware Road, aged 86, Mre. Thick. 7. In his 85th year, Wm. Henry Majendle, eldest
nesse, relict of the late Governor Thicknesse, son of the Lord Bishop of Beágor. (father to the late Lord Audley) whom she mar- 8. In Dover-street, in her 90th year, Margaret, ried in 1762, after the death of his first wife, relict of the late Hon. Gen. Thos. Gage. Lady Betty Thicknesse; Mrs. Thicknesse was 9. In Great George-street, Westiniaster, in his the author of Sketches of the Lives and Writings 74th year, John Fane, Esq. MP. of Warmesley, of the Principal Literary Ladies in France, Oxfordshire. 3 vols. 8vo. and some other publications, 10. In Piccadilly, in his 80th year, Sir W. Paxton, 22. At Castle Dennington, Leicestershire, in his of Middleton Hall, Carmarthenshire. 71st year, the Res. Thos. Bosville, AM. of Mag, 11. At Walton, Lady Harriet Bennet, youngest dalen College, Oxford, and of Ravenfield Park, daughter of the Earl of Tankerville. in the county of York.
- In Queen square, Richard Cheslyn Creswell, 23. At Binfield, Berks, aged 49, Lieut. Gen. Sir Proctor of Doctors' Commons, and one of the Fras. Wilder.
Deputy Registers of the Prerogative Court, Can25. At Camberwell, aged 49, Vincent Wanostrochi, terbury. LLD
- At Cavendish Hall, Suffolk, Georgiana Locy, - In Upper Seymour-street, Judith, relict of the youngest daughter of Sir Digby Mackworth,
late Gen. Sir Robt. Laurie, Bart, of Maxwelton, Bart. in the county of Dumfries.
14. la Regent's Park, Jane, relict of the late Thos, 27. At Chiswick, in his 86th year, the Rev. Dr. Greenough, Esq. of Bedford-square. Horne.
Lately, at Bayswater, in his 85th year, Mr. At Castle Howard, Yorkshire, in her 71st year, Charles Frederick Baumgarten, formerly leader the Right Hon. Margaret Caroline, Countess of of the band at Covent Garden Theatre, Carlisle. Her ladyship was the second daugh- 19. At his house, iu Gloucester-place, in his 730 ter of Grenville Levesoo Gower, first Marquis year, Sir John Orde, Bart. Admiral of the Red. of Stafford.
In his 75th year, Ralph Walker, Esq. Civil En29. At her house, in Hill-street, Berkeley Square, gineer. Mrs. Tynte, relict of the late John Kemays
IN SCOTLAND. Tynte, Esg; 31. In his 34th year, Mr. G. Fordyce Mavor, of At Edinburgh, James Bissett, Esq. Rear-Admiral
of the Red. Finsbury Square, of the Firm of Harding, Ms.
At Dumfries, Robert Jackson, Comptroller of the vor, and Co. Feb. I. At the hoase of Robt. Clark, Esq., of Tri
Customs, and for many years proprietor of the nity Square, Captain Stephen Rains, RN. in his
At Sunbury, near Edinburgh, James Haig, jan. At Woolwieh, aged 73, Mrs. Hartley, the once
Esq. celebrated actress, and the contemporary of Gar
At Brodie-house, in the county of Moray, James rick. This lady, when in her zenith, was pos.
Brodie, Esq. of Brodie. sessed of extraordinary beanty of person, and
At Senwick, Kirkcudbright, Lady Gordon, of
Earlston, frequently, sat as a model, to Sir Joshua Reynolds; and Mason is said to have written his El.
IN IRELAND. frida, that she might represent the heroide, which character she sustained for sometime with
At Rochfort, Gastavus Hume Rochfort, Esq. MP.
for the county of Westmeath. great popularity.
At Cheltenham, in his 78th year, the Rev. Sir At Collen, in the county of Lvuth, the seat of Lord Henry Bate Dudley, Bart. Prebendary of Ely,
Oriel, in her 87th year, the Rt. Hon. Margaret, Chancellor of the diocese of Ferns, &c. This gen
Viscountess Ferrard, and Baroness Oriel, bis tleman who had been for nearly half a century a
Lordship's wife. Her Ladyship was a Peeress distinguished character both in the literary and
in her own right, and is succeeded in her titles political world, first established the Morning
by her only son, the Rt. Hon. T. H. Skeffington, Post, and the Herald, the latter in 1780, the
one of the Representatives for the county of former a few years previously; be also com
Louth, now Lord Ferrard. menced the Courier de l'Europe, and the EngJish Chronicle. Of the Herald he was for many
ABROAD. years the sole proprietor, and supported that At Boulogne, in his 80th year, Sir Brook Boothby, paper by his wit and talents. He contributed Bart. of Ashbourne Hall, Derbyshire: he is suclargely to the celebrated “ Probationary Odes," ceeded by his only brother, Win. Boothby, Esq. and the “ Rolliad," and was author of a sati. of Edwinston, Notts, Sir Brook was of literary rical work entitled"“ Vortigern and Rowena," and babits, and published Britannicus, a Tragedy, of several popular operas and other dramatic and Tales and Fables, 2 vols. pieces. Sir Henry was the patron of Gains. At Paris, the Rev. Rich. Hayes, of the Order of borough, De Lolme, Lavoisier, and other indi. St. Francis, who rendered himself conspicuous viduals of talent; and the friend and associate in the Catholic discussion on the Veto. of Garrick, the elder Colman, Bonnel Thorn- At Eichstell, aged 84, Count Joseph Von Stubenton, Cumberland, and other contemporary wits. berg, Archbishop of Bombay, and Prince Bishop At one period be obtained much notoriety by of Eichstell. his quarrels and duels with Mr. Bowes, the hus. At Paris, of a complaint in the chest, M. Geri. band of the Countess of Strathmore, Messrs. cault, painter; whose picture of the “Wreck Miles and Fitzgerald, &c. one of which was of the Medusa Frigate,* was exhibited in Lon. about Mrs. Hartley, the lady whose decease bas don three years since. been just noticed.
At Versailles, aged 54. George Francis Lynn, Esq. 3. At the King's Palace, the Countess of Harring- of Southwick Hall, Oundle, Northamptonshire.
ton. Her remains were interred on the 12th, At Paris, (Jan. 28.) Lonis Matthieu Langlès, the in Westminster-abbey.
celebrated Orientalist, who was born at MontAt Lymington, aged 49, James Green Livett, didier in 1764. The whole life of this indefatiga. Esq.
ble scholar was devoted to the study of Oriental 4. Sir John Simeon, one of the Masters in Chan- literature, with wbich bis numerous translacery.
tions and other works exhibit his intipate ac- At Birmingham, aged 29, Mr. George Mills, quaintance. His “ Ancient and Modern Mong.
medalist, one of the first artists in England in ments of Hindostan,” alone, sufficiently attest this branch of the Fine Arts. His inedals of the profondity, extent, and variety of his reWatt, West, Admiral Duckworth, &c. are suffi- searches in this field of literature, cient proofs of his ability and talent.
At Malta, of Apoplexy, Sir Thos. Maitland, GCB. - At Fleet House, near Weyinouth, Abigail, re- and GC. Col. of the 18th Regt. Foot, Governor
liet of the late George Gould, Esq. of Upway of Malta, Commander of the Forces in the MeHouse, in the couðty of Dorset, and last sur. diterranean, and Lord High Commissioner of viving sister of Robt. Goodden, Esq. of Compton the lonian Islands. Sir Thomas was brother to House, in the same county.
the Earl of Lauderdale, 6. In Belgrave place, Pimlico, John Henderson, At Florence, in her 72d year, Aloisia de Stollberk, Esq. in his 92d year.
relict of Prince James Stuart, and the friend of - Lately, Sir Frederick Flood, Bart. late MP, for Alfieri:
Lines written beneath a Picture of THE DRAMA.
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