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Grenada's homily it was observed, that be permanent, must be perfect. As “it smelled of the apoplexy.” And long as there Jurks a relict of it in the after all instances of similar seizure, may frame, there is imminent danger of a lesimilar indications of mental deteriora. lapse of this moral malady, from which tion or decay be discerned by a critical, there seldom is, as from physical disorif not by an ordinary, observer. ders, a gradual convalescence. The cure,
In a considerable proportion of the if at all, must be effected at once: cutconvulsive disorders, which at ditlerent ting and pruning will do no good, nothing times have fallen under the Reporter's no- will be of anv avail short of absolute er. tice, their attacks were in the first instance tirpation. The man who has been the ascribable to a much more destructive sort slave of intemperance, must renounce her of excess than that which we have just irad altogether, or she will insensibly re-assumo occasion to notice to the excessive use
her despotic power.
With such a miş. of stimulating and inebriating liquors. tress, if he seriously mean to discard her,
In these cases, the intervals between he should indulge himself in no dalliance the paroxysms, which were often of con
or delay. lle must not allow his lips a siderable length, were marked by a de taste of her former fascination. jection approaching, in its degree, to an Webh, the noted walker, who was realienation of mind, unless when the markable for vigour both of body and thickness of gloom was at times broken, mind, lived wholly upon water for his or attenuated, by draughts from what drink. He was one day recommending miglit be regarded as the latal fountain of his regimen to one of his friends who the disorder. The temptation, under loved wine, and urged him, with great such circumstances, is almosc irresistible, earnestness, to quit a course of luxury, to seek for oblivion of feeling in the by which his health and his intellects Lethe ot intoxication, in that kind of sleep would equally be destroyed. The genof the sensibility out of which, however, tleman appeared convinced; and told the awakenmg cantiot fail to be attended hin, “that he would conform to his with an accumulated horror. Wine, and counsel, and thought he could not change other physical exhilirants, during the his course of life at once, but would treacherous truce to wretchedness which leave off strong liquors by degrees.” they afford, dilapidate the structure, and " By degrees, (says the other with in. undermine the very foundation of hap- dignation, if you should unhappily fall piness. No inan, perhaps, was ever com- into the fire, would you caution your pleatly miserable, until after he had fled
servants to pull you out only by degrees ?" to alcohol for consolation. The habit Feb. 22, 1810.
J. REID. of vinous indulgence is not more per- Grenville-street, Brunswick-square. nicious than it is obstinate and perti. nacious in its hold, when it has once
N. B. His anonymous correspondent of last
month must, upon reflection, be aware that it is fastened itself upon the constitution.
impossible for the Reporter to take notice of It is not to be conquered by half mea.
observations that are communicated to hio in sores.—No compromise with it is allow that way, however respectable may be the able. The victory over it, in order to author.
ALPUABETICAL 'List of BANKRUPTCIES and DIVIDENDS, announced between
the 201.. of January, and the 20th of February, exlracted from the London Gazelles.
and Riche, Covent Garden Church yard
caiterpaper-3n+factureis. (Hewitt and Kirk.
Mancheiter and Ellis, Chancery Lane
Soad, merchant. ( Wiid, jun. Cale ftreet, Falcon
ftare Atkintor William, Rotherhithe, bruker. (Martits, Lon
dun frect. Fitzroy fquare
and Waller Spital square
James ihreet, Bcutord Row
Dean's Courl, Doctor's Como 18
Barns fnun, Truro, draper. (Wild, Calle Areet, F11.
London, and Midgate. Bath
(Mils, Vine Areer
Tower hill, corn factors. Druce, Billirer square Brown John. Lone Lane, Bermondley, lanper. (Ga.e
and son Bedford ftreet
Gray sinn square
(Pritchard, Eflex Atreet Chiddell James, scuthampton, porter merchant. (Dz.
man and Warner, komsey Chinery Francis, Oxford #reet, linen drapet. (Wa de son Barlow, and Grulventi, Awittu Fulars.
Alphabetical List of Bankruptcies and Dividends. [March 1,
Clough George, Derby, grocer. (Baxters and Martin, Nicholson Henry, Charlton Crescent, thington, merchant.
(Haring, Prins.rore treet Bithoprate treet
Dafter-mariner. Collier Rubert, Bond court, Wailb. ook, wine merchant.
(Nind, Throg mortan Areet
Ockesten Richard, Eopeep, Hastings, Suitex. (Barnard,
Woolte, Philpot lane, Lond013
and James, Newham
and Morthead Aldermanbury Davies Thomas, Cheshire, corn-factur,
(Garner, red. Pals Williarn Thomas and Jacob Bailey, Bermondsey, Chetor, and Huxley, Templ
(Lee, Three Cruwn cuurt. southwark Davis John Kautzmati, Edewale road, deal-r. (Rogers Patterfon John, Woolwich, grucer. and Son Manccer building, Weaminger
(Mangna ), War
wicklyuare Dawiony tomas l'roctor, Brydges ftreet Strand, ftationer. Paulden Edward, Cateaton ftreet, warehouseman,
(Richardrin, Fisher and Lake Bury treetodi. James's Cardwell, Mancheter
Toolinfon, and Thoinpion, Copthall court
High ftreet, Soutl.wark, upholder. (Pearf, Salisbury fquare
(Sherwoo, Cushion court, Old Broad freet
Pretton Wittram. Lecu, merchant. (Upton, Nicholson, Poyle James, Covent-Brien market, china and classman,
and Hemingway, Leeds, and Lambert and Sons, Thomas and Naylor, Newport nett
Hatton Garuen Duckworth John Eard, Athford Kent, wine and brandy
Richardfoo Jofephi, Birmingham, dealer. (Swain, merchant (Field, Gray'u inn
Stevens, and Mæples, Olu Jewry, aud Whareley, Bir Duucan William, Thatchats douse-court, St. Jam*s's, mintham working je weiter. 16 altes, Hart üreer, Bloomsbury Riley Joseph, Hackney, baker.
(fond, Kee hing lane fquare
Roi. Geollisewichail ftreet, merchant. (Wilde, Dunsturs 30cm Plymouth, cutler. (Partridge, Tiver.
Warwicktquare tuti Corydon, Plymouth; and Alexander, New Rudlidge Thuinas, Reading, hatter. (Williams and 8 war, Lincoln's ini
Drake, Prince's threct, Bedford row, and Bozou, Ply. Elliot Edward, Prati Greet, Lambeth, victualler, (Few,
moth Dock Henrietta urter, Curt Gardin
Salt Thomas. Preston, Lancaster, plumber and glazier. Flude Charles, FCChich treet, hardwaremao. (King, [DixOS Vrchon eattle Areet. olborn
Sanders Samuel, Duve row. Hackney fields, wine merForze william Witham, York, thraming machine maker. chant Allingham, St. Joni's Iquare (Dickinson, Anil
Schotield John, slaughwaite, York, cotton manufacturer. Gibbs Robert, Bruttol, deals. (Osbornes and Ward,
(Stephenson, Heimfirth Srillol; and Meredith and Robbins, Lincoln's inn
Scorell John, Skipton, York, money feriveder. (Exley Gibson John, Liverpool tailor and craper, (Shephard and stocker, Furnival s ino, and Alcock and Prefon, and Aclington, Becford row, and Daltern and Top
Skipton ham Liverpool
Sellers Robert Sculcoales, York, grocer. (EEdm ids and Giffing Thoinas, Burouzh ruad, St. George's Fields, top Son. Lincoln's ind, and liaire, Huil keeper. (Ifaacs, wevis Marks, St. Mary AXC
Shepherds William ChalTo, Nuttingham, irou merchan. Goodwin William
Gosport, biker. (Bleardale, Alex andcr. 211d Holme, New Inn, Cruick mauk, Golport
Blade Thonias, feni. and jun, Bartholomew Close, vil mer.
Smith George, Newcastle upon Tyne, woollen draper.
(Atkinson, Chancery lane, aud Bainbridge, Newcale (Ridiny, Southampton
Spotreiwood John, Tokenhouse yard, money forwener. Haynes Thorias, Bratrol, chemin. (Gabell, Lincoln's
(Watfou aid Pluinbtree, Temple inti, and Lobs, Bristol
Stelling Richard Norion, York, wool dealer. (Williams, Hey Thomas, Litbara Areet, Fleet Areet, dealer in spi.
Red Lion fquare. aod Liser, Scarborough rituous inquors. (Robinfon, harte houfe fyuarc Stephenson Thomas. Rochdale, Lancashire, common Hill join, ceas, Kent, muller (Webb. St. Thomas's
brewer. (Hurd. Temple ; and Law, Manchester freut. Southwaik, and Cooke. Majditone
Stokes Thomas, Chepitow.Monmouththire,money for vencr.
Stone Jacob, Bridge road, canbech, feedman. (Clutton,
Sunnocks Thomas, Ra citt' Highway, carpenter. (Hugher Hood David. Siin tiet. Eithor fpatc, colourman. (Har
Chrift church Pallage, Newcate Areet ding, Primniofe forcet, Buh pisate
Syme Georce Vine Atreet, Minories, merchant. (Wild, hou sien Rubtri, St Margaret's hill, Southwark, linen
jun. Caitle ftreet, Falcou square droper. (Foulkes
lanc Ivory joan, Nark Lane, broker.
Taylor John, Great Tower êreet, woollen draper. (Toullane
inio. Aldermanbury Jackton samuel Raikes, Birmingham, button-maker.
Tucker John, Tiver:un, Devon, witchmaker. (Rcodell, (Junion, I emple, and Duphin, Birminghamu
Tiverton, 200 Lys, Tuok's court, Curhitor treet Jacob juhan, Shide, Isle of Wight, inilicr. (Clarkes and
Verrall William. Uckfield, Sutlax, grocer. Gwynne, Sewell, Newport
Lewes and Turner, Bourerie street Jones John, 12:e of Whitechapei road, cordwainer, but
Wainwright James, Sheftild, builder. (Blakclock and now a prifoner in the Fieci, (Mercalte, Balin hall
Mallin fot, Temple, ad ratteriali, Shefield. ftreet
Walker Junn, Blackman freet, so thwark, linen draper. King William Newport, Hants. Inilies. (Griffias,
(Hartley, Bridge atreet, Backtriars Newpuit
Wallis John, Croydon, tailor. (funes, Martin's lane,
Wation Mathew Crawford, Charlotte ftcet, Bloomshury,
(Walkius, stone buildings, Lincoln's Strou
inn Lowron igri, Mark Lane, merchant. (Day dod
Whitaker John, Francis Aree, Torreonam court road, Har. Titro- me firter
bookbioder. (Hurd, Temple Lyon jur, cutn pce, Grays inn lane,monty scrivener.
Wilcux William, Parfon's Green, Fulham, vi&tualier. (1 faza, Bevis laiks .t. Mary Axe
(Rousteid, Bouvenie treet.
Charloite ftreet, Portland place
(MayMetcalf Milan, Danks Mill, Durbam, miller.
and Maples, Old Jewry
Winch Robert. Shoe lane, joiner. (Lce, Calle åreet, nard Darhain; and Pringle, Greville areet, Hatton
Worr James, Liitle Cheap.de. Finsbury fquare, butcher M'Leod james Craufurd, late of Demerara, but now of
(Palmer, Tomlinson and Thirptin ar sa curt Huntly forci, Leiceiter Fied., merchant, (Forbes
Wright bert, Watu frett, Warchuufernale
huvid, atid Pesco k Ely Place
Bridge treet, Blackiri28. Mouvy Henry alittethy All Saints, Lincolnshire, jolber.
ruarber, Gray's inniquare, ad Philips, Louth Morrich Wilían. uth, Thetfomu iger. (Watts and
(Reed, Agar Morea, City Chambers, this owner, March 13, (bat Newsan uşca Tyne, and Fairless, Staplesing
on och fler Munro J, Cipiule wrest, Ary -t: bone tailor. Allin John Ruth chirhe wil merchant, April 18
(Wood and Young Margaret itet, Cavendish Arman Jon Daraçtan, Durhama, m'ney scrivener, foare
Ft ruary :6 Nichous Thomas, jun. Bradfy'd. Wilts, iner-draper, Abto: Shumak, 2 acksuin, lancer, deler, acess (Clarke af , Brifiche and Jenkins, Janies aad Ab. Alpiano William, keruh, ct, zmone, Nach bett, New log
Atkinson W. Nancarier, ilave ealer, March
Buiilie Geofpt, and fohn Jeffray, Finsbury place, mér. Jauni vichael, Berner Street, Commercial road, dealer Peb.18 charts, February 12
Jones Jofeph, woud ftreet, Cheapfide, Leghoro lat ware Baker George, city road, coach inzker, February 26
hour man, February 1o. March 17 Barclay James, Old Brodt etreet, merchanr. March 20 Jones John, Jolin Owen and Heury Abbott, Bucklersbury, Batterbee Barnabas, Lynn Norfolk, haberdaher, fe. merchants, February 27 to vary 37
Laytou Michael, Kensington, fone maron, March 3 Eelnett J. Trecosy, Cornwall linen dråper, March 12 Lee Jofeph, Inington, timber merchat, March 14 Binns Thomas Gicat Barlow street, Mary le done, water Lewis Lewis and Frances Rudd, Newcafle upun-Tyoe, clofet maker, and Charles #reet, Long Acre, candle milliners, February 26
Lider P. Satering, York, cotton spinner, March 11 Bianna natez Salche case, ren court, insurance
Loat Richard, Long acre, ironmonger, February 26 brokers. February 21
Lomnitz Benjaming and Wolff Rision, Fenchurch freet, Xuram Sir Matthew, Gracechurch Atreet, banker, me chants, March 3 February 74
· Lowes Davi 1. and Henry John Rife, Covent Garden, Bloxam Sir Matthew, Thoms's Wilkinfin, and william brandy merchants, March 10
Blaxar. Gracchurch ftrrer, bankers, February 17 Luxton John. Exeter, lipen d'aper, March : Bowers Nathaniel Ward. and Willian, Cannon Arcet Macauley Alexander, London, merchant Marchi comb makers, February 26
Mackenzie Roderick, King's ATIS yard, merchant, Bowers James. Manchetter, innkeeper, March 1o
Mari 3 brimley Williard Garabam, and Robert Sinith, Bichopfeate Makeham James, Upper Thames freet, cheesemanger, farvet, auctiunrers, February 7
Fibruary 26 Sinkes Juni, Harithead, Yurk, merchant, Marchs Minean M. Gracechurch Arret. haberdasher, Feb. Callake fanc Green, Stepney, tallow chandier. March 10 Mordue J. Wali's End, Northumberland, Hip owner, Chipchale It. Pauitiy, dinen draper, February ..
March 8 Clark fou H. Liverpool, porter dealer, Fs ruary 16
Mure water, Halelworth, Suffolk, sadler, February 11 Cluukh T. Brinley, York, clothieri February 19
Mosely Henry, Lawrence Pourtney Hill, and Ifaac Whil. Cole Ifaac varnnull, Dorfet wuviltapler, March
dou. Cupshall court merchant, March Cotton L. Fechurch orect, niserant, February 10
Nixir Johti Pimlico. carpenter. Marth 3 Crop w Wan, Lombard Atreet bank ri March 6
Oakley Francis, Hereford, wolflaplır, May 11 Davies Thema , averfurdwel, TCICET, March 12
Palle Richard, Licue Hempton, Devon, cual merchant, De la Cour bort, New Life dicet, Leic der square, March 8 jeweller, March 13
Pliner Ebenezer, Old Jewry, paper hancer, March 10 ISinete Hillian Exeter, fiogr merchant, March 10
J. Portwood, Chelter, cotton manufacturer, Dupage s. St. Paul's Churin yard, trukmaker, April 21
March 8 Eaton Willian and Robert, jun. tacklersbury, ware. Potis James, White Bear yard, Back all, Middlesex. non femen, March 3
cabinet maker, March 17 d monds Klias,
Monument yard, wide merchant, Rhod:s E. Leeds currier, February 23 March 10
Riley Henry, Halifax. corton pioner. February 21 Edwards Giles, Louth, fpirit merchant, March 16
Robinson Thomas, Middle Temple, noney scrivener, Eele Stephens, Canson frert road, St. George's, Middlesexy February 27 builder, March 1
Rough fedge'w. Wotton, under Edge, Glocefter, vintoer, Em din Abram Gompert, Portsmouth, nup keeper March 7 March 3
Ruffell J. Alcham Mills. Blackbura, Lancathire, miller, Faulkener Thomas, Manchener, William F. and John February 23
Gibson, Queen oret, Cheaphae, merchants, March 16 Salter John, Bermondsey New road, carpenter. March 3 Fowler williarn, Diftaff lane, wine mechani, Feh 27
smith joseph Staples, Liverpool, Ingemaker, March 10 Gatty Jefeph, Oxford treet, ironnonger, March 10
Stith William, Portsex, linen draper, April 7 Guedeń Williain, Cranbourn alley, Leicester helds, linen Suutha i samuel, and Jonathan Drakefur, sirmingham, Graper, March 7
factors, January 10 February 12 Gots Tiunas, Hackney road, apothecary, February 17 Southcambe George, Bristol, checte factor. Pebruary 23 Grou. Ok I. Diay og Hales salop, meicer, Marcas
Sowley Richa d knowle, Warwick, corn ratton March Hancock J. She tield, inerchant. February 23
Steele'w.and j. and C. Joonitunt, Lancaiter, linco aud Harris George, britol, encer, bruary 10
woolen draperi, February 14 Hilcrcks Zachariah, Srii ui, drapcr. Marchi
8:0ne 1 numas, Wittun. Hereford. corn fudor. Marchs Hodges Thuns, warchorn. Kro', dealer. February 11 Taylor Jon, Bruwo's lane, Spitalfelds, baket, March 3 Hipe w. Branpton, Cumberland, cotton manufacturer, Tharmerampfon, Stone, stafford, cos de er, March 7 February 23
Tind e Thomas, Whitley, Nori lumberland, farmer, Morp Nichola , Martin's lane, merchant. March 6
March 22 Hoskin Wiliam, Cawland, Cornwall, brewer, March 101 Tomlinton John, Barlaton, Statford, boit builder, March 6 Houghton w. Liverpool, merchant, Maich
whately Joht), Bankfide. Surry, colour manufacturer, hunter Jarnes, Whitehaven, Cumberland, mercer, March 17 February 1
Williams David, Shoreditch, lloen draper, March 17 Morry Ives. Richard Powles, and James Hurry, Nag's Willfon Richard Hodfun wakefield, factor, February 16 • Head court, Gracerburch arcet merchants, April 3 Wilcon Edward, St. James's ftreet, hatter, March 1o Jaskfon Juan, Farnham, sipy, firxeon, February 17 Wimalle. Fenchurch ireet, warehousernau, Marc 3«ckrin Peter, Manchetter, malte ware-manufadturer, Young Willian Wedoni, Gimnarkanmiller, February 31 1 Marchi
Young James, Queen &rect, aerchant, Marchio
INCIDENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, IN AND NEAR LONDON:
With Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently deccuseu. A PLAN has been projected and matured
MARRIED. for the erection and establishment of a At Surat, in the East Indies, William new Stock Exchange, in opposition to that in Thing, esq. surgeon to the seventeenth Regin Capel Court. The ground allotted for the ment of Light Dragoons, to Miss Mary purpose is said to be already purchased behind Theith, second daughter of Colonel Alexander the Bank, near to the corner of Coleman-street. T. commanding the Southern Division of
A dreadful fire broke out, at two o'clock Guzerat. on Monday morning, January 15th, at the At Camberwell, Edward Baker, esq. of "house of Messrs. Holtzapfiel and Degerlein's Southampton, to Anna Maria Frances, eidest engine manufactory in Ling Acre, which con. daughter of Stephen Cattleys
, esq. sumed ehe whole of the premises, and com- At St. Georgeos, Hanover-square, James municated to the adjoining house, belonging Marsh Wildon, esg' of Kentish Town, to to Messrs. Kempsten and Fairburn, deacher- Miss Oliphant, only daughter of Lancelot O. sellers, which was also burnt to the ground. esq. lute of Itonfield Lodge, Cumberland. 'The Crown public house is also very much William Gordon, esq. M. P. for Worcester, damaged. The engines arrived as soon as the to Caroline, youngest daughter of Sir George alarm was given, but no water could be pro- Cornewall. bart.-Mr. S. smith, of Sandwich, cured for near an hour on account of the to Miss L. Ellis, daughter of the Rev. Wil. frost. The inmates of the house escaped liain E. late of Caversgeld, Rucks. with great difficuley. No lives were lost. A: Mary-le-bone, Captain Spicer, of the MONTHLY MAG No. 190.
2nd regiment of Life Guards, to Miss Prescot, finement, and therein was guilty of contempt sister of Sir George P. Bart. John Blen. of Court. Her ladyship made all advantage of carne, e q. of Cheshunt, Herts, to Miss Col. this intemperate conduct: he was required clough, of Besconfield, Notts. piece to Ge- to give security for keeping the peace in so neral Wynyard. -i he Rev. Bryant Burgess, large a sum, that be never would ask any of Salisbury place, to Margaret, eldest daugh- friend to be bail for him, and has ever since, ter of the Rev. Matthias Rutton, of Selling, for the long space of 25 years, been a priKent.
soner in the King's Bench prison. Lady At Brunswick Chapel, Sir W. Geary, Strathmore had afterwards interest to get a Bart. of Oxenbeath, Kent, to Mrs. Dering, Court of Delegates appointed, which high widow of Edward D. esq.
Court pronounced a sentence of divorce be. Af St. George the Martyr, Queen-square, tween her and Mr. Bowes. During Mr. Alexander Glennie, esq. to Carojine, young- Bowes's confinement, his demeanour obtained est daughter of the late Archibald Edgar, the confidence of the different Marshals of esg.
the prison, who rendered it as light as possiJohn S. Wright, esq. of Wilford, Norts, to ble. By application to the Court of King's Miss Cray, daughter of E. Gray, esq. Harrin- Bench, the demand of heavy bail was withgay House, Middiesex.
drawn; but during his long imprisonment H. C#pel, esq. of Feltham hill, Middlesex, his attairs were become foo far deranged ever to Amelia, second daughter of R. Hunt, esq. to be settled; he therefore retained a priso. of Busing-house, Hammersmith.
ner for debt, but in that situation obtained The Rev. J. James, of Oundle, Northamp- the privilege of residing any where within tonshire,' to Miss Bell, of Blackheath, the Rules. In all his misforlunes, the Duke
I'rancis Ed. Gray, esq. of Brunswick. of Norfolk, who had been his intimate assosquare, to Maria Enima, youngest daughter ciate in prosperity, renained his firm friend, of the late H. Smith, esg. of Greenwich and frequently visited him, when a single Hospital,
room, on whar is called the State Side of the
At Twickenham, Viscourless Dowager
Hon. C. L. Dundas, second son of Lord D.
nagérie, Exeter Change.
In Dedord Plaee, C. T. Maling, esq. father
Oxfordshire, 18. She was on a visit tu her In the London Road, St. George's fields, uncle, and on her return from the cheatre, Andrew Robinsan Bowes, esq. whese marriage ore night, warming her feet by piacing them to the Countess of Strathmore, 3, years ago on the fender, set fire to hier muslin dress, (when Captain Stoney), occasioned much' which blazid up in an instact, and though bustle in the fashionable world. Pursuant to two other peisons ucre in the room, they the will of hur ladyship's father, he then were too much alarmed to render her any took the name of Buwes (as Lord Strathmore, assistance: her clothes were burnt off; she her first husband, had also done), and for a survived in great agonies about four hours, few
years the splendor ut his establishments, and then expired. both in Grosvenor-square and at the man 1011 Ac Charing Cross, Jeremiah Watkin, esz. of Gibside, in the county of Durhim, eclip. one of the justices of the peace for midsed those of ail his competitors. His political dlesex. cnnections were also dinong the h gher class; Mis. Mary Stepbens, widow of Lieut. But only a seat in the Lower House, but tlie General S. dignity of the Irish Prerade nas destine 1 for Sr Ýrronie Fitzpatrick, late inspector-genehim, under the Rockingh in Adnin s:ration: ral ot health to the army. but this brighc aspect of his aft1415 was soon in ClyPlace, 7.C. Sauriders, esą.late demoncloudet. His iends wel. T out of oti.ce; do. strutor of anatomy at Si. Toomis's livspicei, miestic broile between 1 and h's nubia corre anj eurcon to the London inirmary for sort aro:ę so bigh, thesteliv wis appea'ei curing chosesses of the eye. Iw; he cart.cd 1. [+, laced i1r 10 CL11. la Lork l'iace, Portman Square, Pbilip
late chief justice of Jamaica, At Somers Town, Mr. Wilde, of the and Speaker of the House of Assembly. Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. He was
111s. Vackworth Praed, wife of Serjeant P. reading, and complained of a sudden pain in
In St. Paul's Church Yard, Mr. Benjamin the back part of his left hand, which instantly Coandier, ou.
ran up his arm, and only allowed bim the In Cleveland Court, St. James's, the Rev. opportunity of requesting to be put to bed, W. Davis, late of Trinity College, Cambridge; which was scarcely done when he expired. a gentleman emitently distinguished by his In the Adelphi, John Flamank, esqof moral character and profound learning, Wailingfurd. Ac Clapton, the Rev. Yelinger Symuuns, Icc- In Kensington-squire,
Mrs.' Celegrave, tor of Whiburn, Durham, and many years relict of the lace William C. esq. of Cannon minister of Upper Clapton Chapel, 62. Hail, Wansted, Essex, and only surviving
At Brompton, Capt. J. Pryce, of the East sister of the lale Thomas Manty, esq. of India Company's ervice, 76.
Downsell Ilall, near Brentwoud. At Hackney, I'm. Huckaday, esq. late of In Lower Grosvenor-strect, Lady Catbarine the 1st foot guards, in which he bad served Siankupe, 85. 50 years.
In Bedford-square, Thomas Everitt, esq. In Basinghall-street, in consequence of her partner with the late Nathaniel Newmun, clothes taking fire, Aliss Elzabeth Tate, 14. esq. banker, in Mansion-house-street, and
In Little Queen-streei, Wesimiusier, Mr. M. P. for Luggershall, in Wilts. P. F. M'Callum; author of Travels in Trini- In Ormond street, Queen-square, Mrs. dad, and various political publications. Weskatt, wife of Robert II. esq.
iate of the In Berkeley-square, in his 18th year, Wm. Custom House, Reynolds, elciest son of Dr. Bankhead.
In Albion street, Blackfriars, Thomas Nasb, In Lime-street, T. Gibson, esq.
esq. formerly of Camberwell, Jurry. Mo. 3. Richardson, Jare bookseller of la Thatched house-court, Si.. James's, Cornhul, 76.
Colin Dallas, esq. of the island of St. Vincent. In Baker-street, Jane Harriet, youngest In Great Coram street, Mrs. Duncomb, daughter of Wm. Gure, esq
wife of Benjamin D. es4. In Little Marybone-street, Mrs. Jane Ride At Woolwich, 'Dr. Rollo, surgeon-gederal ley, 68. She died almost for want of the to the artillery. common necessaries of lite, although in the In Charlotte-row, New road, Henry Green. midst of plenty; her property was left to two way, esq. sisters, one or whom, on hearing of her death, In Bury's-buildings, New.road, Mrs. died in a few hours.
Tumlinson. She was
urnt to death in her In Charles-street, St. James's Square, John apartments, while indulging in the very reHeppner, esg. R. A. one of the most eminent prehensible practice of reading in bed with a. portrait painters since the time of Reynolds. candle close to the bed curta'ns. He might indeed have merited the praise At Milloank, John Vuile', 459., of being the first, if he had not been so close In Hurley-sireel,
Chaoner Arcedicekal, csg. an imirator of the style of that great master, Paul Sandy, eşq (wbose d'arb is recorded at as it related to the spirit and elegance of p. 535 of our list wizainer) wis descended his touch, forcible effect of light and shate, from a branch of the lamily of Sandby, of picturesque buck-grounds, gracetul simplicity Labworth, Nottinghamshise, and was born ac of ascitude, and especially the richness and Nottinghian, 1734. In 1746 he came to. harmony of culouring, in which he certainly London, and having an early biss towards the excelled all his cotemporaries. In
arts, got introduced into the dyswing-room of of his best coloured works, such as the the tower. Thence, after two years, he was Nymph, in the possession of Sir J. Lei- appointed traughtsman u. der che inspuition of cester, the vivacity, truth, ant delicacy Mr. David Watson, whes.was en ployed by the of the various fleshy tints, bave scarcely been late Duke of Cumberland to take a survey of surpassed by any master. But if he could che Highlands. During this excursion he boast of displaying much of the merit, he made several sketches from the scenery possessed the faults of nis prototy ne, especi. of that romatic country, from which he aily that of incorrect drawing of the human afterwards made a numocí of small etchings, figure, a dcfect for which not even :he colour. which were published in a iwiio volunie. ing or Rubens, or Tilias himself, cau ever From this circumstande, perhaps, we may ac
count for the lioid and writing style by wnich At his seat,
near Romsord, Jackson the piltings oy this excellent artiste so Barris, esg. of Waibrook House, London, peculiars distinguislied. In 1732 he quitted well known in the mercantile world for his this erployment, and resided with his brother extensive dealings, honour, and int grity; and at Windsor. Several of the most beautiul, in tbe literary world, for his dialogues on li. views in the neighbourhood of Wavdses ar. berty, and other publications.
Eion now became the suwjects at his penci; In John-street, Bedford Ruw, John Roberts, bere also he astained that skla in depicting esq. many years one of the directors of the Guchic architecture, which gave so beautiful East India Company, 71.
an ettect to these landscapes, twat Sir }.