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shire.Derby-Nollingnam-Lincoln. (April 1, Burnes.-- John Grace, esg. of Hoole, near Died.] At Carlton, near Worksop, Mr. Chester, to Ann Jane, secund daughter of Mr. Christopher Prankland, 91 ; and two days Robert Richardson.- Josiah Kearsley, jun. afterwards, Margaret, his wife, 79. esg. of Hulton, to Miss Harvey.-T. Wood- At Nottingham, Mrs. Henson, 83.-The ward, esq. to Miss Sarah Ratcliffe.

Rev. Dr. Bristow, vicar of St. Mary's.-Miss At Childwall, Richard Meadowcroft, esq. Hodgskin, 83.-Mrs. Rose, wife of Mr. R. of Manchester, to Mrs. Hutchinson, of Wa of the Elephant and Castle.- Miss Mary

Yates, 22.-The Rex. R. Alliott, minister Died.) At Liverpool, Nathaniel Jefferys, of Castle gace meeting-house. esq formerly M.P. for the city of Coventry. At Farnsfield, John Swift, gent. 77: and

At Manchester, Mr. T. Milue, solicitor. two days afterwards, Ann, wife of Mr. -Mr. John Taylor, many years steward Richard Swift, of the same place, and piece to James Ackers, esq.--Mrs. Partington. of the above gentleman, in consequence of Mr. Joseph Wood, 39.--Mr. N. Higginson, her clothes taking fire.-Mrs. Mary Hola partner in the house of Higginson and Co. land, 69. of Hull. --Miss Susannah Bakewell, of Spring Ac Newark, Mr. James Guthrie, postVale, near Stone, Staffordshire. She had master and an alderman of that corporation. gone to Manchester to attend the funeral of -Mr. Hawkins Clark, 80.-Mrs. Gilson, her sister.

and the following day her mother, Mrs. Dou. At Bolton, Mr. George Grundy, 87.- bleday. Suddenly in the street, Mr. Wm. Rowbo- At Eaton, Joseph Turnhill, esg. steward tham, serjeant in the Bolton Local Militia. to A. H. Eyres, esq. M. P. for this county. At Wigan, Mr. Thomas Encwisle, 73.

LINCOLNSHIRE. At Oldham, T. Henshaw, esq. 79.

An adjourned meeting of the subscris At Paradise Hill, Salford, Manchester, bers to, and proprietors of estates interMrs. Grey, sister to the benevolent James ested in, the intended canal from Harto. Nield, esq. of Chelsea, 57.

rough to Stamford, was lately held at the At Lancaster, Elizabeth, only daughter of town-hall in the latter place, when Mr. the late Mr. James Johnson, 20.-Mr. Torkington suggested the propriety of Braithwait, surgeon.

extending the line of canal from Stamford At Greave, near Rochdale, Charles, son of eastward to the sea : an idea which met with Mr. Holt, 23.

the concurrence of the meeting, and in At Liverpool, Mr. John Lattman, 42.- furtherance of which certain resolutions were Mrs. Highton.-Mr. Wm, Harrison. -Mr. passed. The intention, is, to effect a commo. Henry Scott, 45.- Mr. Wm. Kendrick, 47. nication with the ports of Wisbech and Lyon, -Capt. Henry Salt, of the ship Thomas.- as well as those of Spalding and Boston ; and Mr. Wm. Lloyd, 76.

thus give to the eastern coast of the kingdoin

an almost direct inland communication with Married.] At Great Budworth, Mr. Wil- Bristol, Liverpool, and London, and the lian Tinsley, of Warrington, to Miss Carter, means of transport by almost all the considedaughter of Peter C. esq. of Ashton Park. sable canals which intersect South Britain,

At Acton, near Nantwich, Mr. G. N. Har. The best-founded hope exists that this great dey, of Liverpool, to Miss Mary Ann Littler. national project may be promptly executed;

At Grappenhall, Ralph Norman, esq. of for it is already ascertained that the expense Latchford, to Miss Pass.

will not be an obstacle. such is the demand Died.] At Chester, Mrs. Elizabeth Eger. for shares in the intended Harborough and ton, aunt to John Egerton, esq. of Oulton Stamford canal, that many have been bought Park, and one of the representatives for at the Auction-Mari, in London, during the Chester, 79.-Mrs. Monk, mother of Mr, present month, at a premium to the seller John M. printer and proprietor of the Chester of 41. 10s. per cent.; and sone, within there Courant, 78 - Mrs. Witiers, 95.

few days, at a premium of 51. At Altrincham, Mirs. Brierley, 72.

Married.] At Auch borough, Mr, T. B. At Winningtun, near Northwich, Mr. Morley, ot Hull, merchant, to Mary Ann, Peter Pickering, 07.

daughter of Mr. Theophilus Hill. DERBYSHIRE.

Died.] Ac Lincoln, Mr. Robert Brown. Died.] At Derby, in St. Werburgh's At Waddington, Mr. Stephen Bce, 93. work-house, Hannah Wood, 105.

Ac Conisholm, Mr. Matthew Streeton, At Gripgleford Bridge, Mr. Robert Oute 75. Jam, 73.

At Alford, Mrs. Jackson, 77.-Mr. Robert At Horsley, Samuel Parker, 101.

Biyon, 70.

At Little Steeping, Mrs. Mary Chapman, Married.] At North Muskham, Mr. 99. Joseph Hole, of South Muskham, to Miss At Huttoft, Mr. Michael Rutland, 84. Alary Brooksby.

At Wintringham, Mr. Thomas Sewell,.53. At Mansfield, Mr. John Heald, of the At Sleaford, Miss M. A. Harrison -M. Rasa inn, to Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson. Nathaniel Shaw,





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At Stamford, Mr. Tomlinson, wife of Mr. At Audley, Mr. William Ball.
T. schoul-master, 38.

At Cannock Chase, near Rugely, Mrs.
At Leake, Elizabeth Hansard, 90.- Glover, wife of W. Cheshire G. esq.
William Wright.

At Litchfield, Miss Eliz. Cave Brown,
At Burgh in the Marsh, Mrs. Kelk, 86. daughter of the late John Cave B. esq.
At Hagworthingham, Mr. William Win- and the following day Miss Louisa Cave

Browne, daughter of William Cave B. esq.
At Gainsborough, Mr. Swift.-Mrs. of the same place.
Parker, wife of Mr. P. of the Blackmoor'a At Handsworth, Mr. Jolin York Haugh-
Head Inn.--Mr. Joseph Buxton, 78.

At Stockwith, Mrs. Hemsworth, 84. At the house of W. Wood, esq. Han-
At Morton, Mr. Paris, 63.

wood, bis sister Mrs. Anne W.
At Grimsby, Mr. John Hannah, 77.-Mr.

William Drans.

Married.) At Warwick, Mr. Barnay; of
At Wybertun, near Boston, Mrs. Sheath, Hinckley, to Miss Byrn.
wife of the Rev. Martin S.

At Birmingham, Mr. Thomas Pickering, LEICESTERSHIRE.

to Miss Twigg, both of Coventry.--Mr. Died.] At Barrow-upon-Soar, S. Beau- Jolin Wall, to Miss Sarah Smith. mont, gent,

Died.] At Birmingham, Mr. Green-Mrs. At Uplon, Mrs. Grew, 46; and a few days Fiddian.--Mrs. Walker, Mr. R. Whiteafterwards her fourth son, William G.

hurst..Mr. Samuel Woodcock. --Ann, At Mountsorrel, Mrs. Wainwright, 82. wife of Mr. Wharton, 58 -Mr. John

At Leicester, Mrs. Greenwood.-Mr. Norton, 57. Mír. Jacob Holland.--Mr. Atkins.- Burgess, gent. Mr. Underwood. Vincent Eagle, 41. Mr. Ashford. --Mr.

At Edmondthorpe, Mr. Samuel Robinson. Turvey.--Mrs. Mary Haden, 88.

At Aston Flamville, Mr. Richard Moor, At Saltly Hall, near Birmingham, Mr. 99.--Mrs. Townsend, 40.

Thomas Jenkins.
At Stoney Stantun, Mrs Farmer, 72. At Henley-in-Arden, Mr. Robert Gibbs,
At Sapcote, Mrs. Puffer, 05.

Ac Coleshill, Mrs. Neville.

At Ilmington, Mr. Decimus Slater, 69.
Married ] At Newcastle, Mr. Edwards, At Solihull, Mrs. E. Clarke.
to Miss H. Wilson.-Mr. E. Bloor, to Miss At Stoke, near Coventry, Mr. Linder-

wood, 76.
At Woolstanton, Mr. A. Wedgwood, of At Warwick, Mrs. Winn.
the Cottage, Bastford, near Etruria, to At Moor Hall, John Hackett, esq. 71.
Miss Hill, daughter of Mr. J. Hill, Roe At Wasperton, James Dormer, esq. 41.
Buck Inn, in Burslem.

At Wolverhampton, Mr. W. Frost, to Married.] Ac Shrewsbury, the Rev. RoMiss Sarah Wills.-Mr. M'Gibbon, co- bert Evans, of Everton, Norts, to Charmedian, to Miss Woodfall, of the Stam- loite Margaretta, eldest daughter of Thoford, Nottingham, and Derby, Company. mas Money, esq.

At Lilleshall, J. Ogles, of Preston, Died.] At Bridgnorth, Sarah, wife of J.
esq. to Miss Taylor, youngest daughter of Sparks, esq.-Thomas Milner, gent.
Mr. T. late of Donnington Woods.

Ac Morvill, Mr. James Jones.
Diest.] At Wolverhampton, R. Morrison, At Oarton, Mrs. Tart, 85.
M. D. in his profession,

man less Ac Bishop's Castle, Mr. N. Nicholas.
known perhaps for the extent than the At Eaton, near Childs Ercall, Mr. Pop-
success of his practice. The increasing ham.
infirmities of age had gradually narrowed At Coalbrooke Dale, Mrs. D. Darby,
the sphere of his exertions; buť such fa. an eminent speaker of the Society of
milio as he had continued to visit, will Friends; her eloquence in the cause of
long and deeply regret bis luss. In par- religion was peculiarly persuasive and
ticular cases, his judgment had ranked impressive; and a zeat for the dissemi-
him very high in his profession ; and the nation of Christian knowledge led her to
sorrows of numbers to whom, it might visit most parts of the British Empire, in
be said, he continued lie, are his bost her ministerial capacity, where she was
eulogy and most durable monument. always well received and much esteemned.

At Fordall, near Market Drayton, John At Oldbury, Mr. R. Parks
Orme, esq. in his 75th year,

At Wellington, Mr. B. Reading.
At Paishuil, in the 10th year of his At Whitchurch, Mr. Evans, 77.
age, George, elcest son of sir G. Pigot, At Whitchurch, Mr. Thomas Roberts, 64.

At Shrewsbury, the Rev. George Aged 61. Mr. Humphry Perrot Field, Hollard, rector of Hanwood and Mindpear foriy years a very sespectable sur- town in this county. geon of Cannock.

At Longpool near Newport, Mis. Eliz. At Leek Mr. E Tomlinson, attorney. Bloire, 88.





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* OXFORDSHIRE. · Died.] At Worcester, Mr. Henry Ruff. - Mr. W. Hammand, 32. --Mrs. Hudson. Brodie, esg. of the Inner Temple, to Eliza.

Married.] At Imey, Peter Bellenger
At Hopton, John Spooner, esq.
At Upton-upon-Severn, Mír. George Stew. Wood, esq.

beth Mary, daughter of Sutton Thomas
ard, surgeon.
At Dudley, Joseph Wainwright, esç.

At Oxford, Mr. W. Higgens, of Banbury, Jicut.-col of the Dudley Volunteer In.

to Miss A. Hemings, of the Piough Ion. fantry, aged 69. He was a man equally 75.-Mary, daughter of Mr. Carpenter, 20.

Died.) At Oxford, Mrs. A. Goodenough, distinguished for his public and private virtues.

-Mrs. Payne. --Mrs. Ann Boswell, 66. As a patriot, he was loyal, zea10ns, and active, in his country's cause ;

At Headington, Mr. R. North. as a member of society, his strong judg. James Trinder.

At Whitley Farm, near Oxford, Mr. ment, inflexible integrity, and unbounded benevolence, obtained him the highest re

At Chipping Norton, Mr. John Herbert,

of the Crown and Cushion Inn, 52. spect and confidence; as a scholar, his attainments, both in ancient and

At Hupton Gay, Mr. William Roberts,

mo.lern literature, were very considerable; and as

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.. a professional man, his skill and abilities Died.] At Stowe. house, Mr. Parrott, were extensively useful and universally ac. nearly 50 years steward to the late Earl knowledged. He discharged the duties of Temple and the Marquis of Buckingham, a husband, of a father, and of a friend, 83. with exemplary fidelity and affection ; in At Great Marlow, Mrs. Rebecca Plum. every transaction of life he acted conscien. ridge.-The Rev. H. H. Gower, many years tiously; and the whole of his conduct was master of the Free School. --Mrs. Ann influenced by sound Christian principles. Sinduby, relict of Jeremiah S, esq.

BEDFORDSHIRE. Died.] Ac Hownhall-farm, near Ross, Married.] At Eaton, Mr. John Richardson, Mrs. Harry.

of Stamford, to Miss Ann Sibley. At Ross, Mrs. Jarvis. At Hereford, Mr. Thomas Watkins, Partridge.

At Bedford, James Hallowell, esq. to Miss bookseller.

Died.] At Harlington, John Wingate At Leominster, Mr. Vales, a meniber of

Jennings, esq. 53. the body corporate of that place.

Married.] At Minchinhampton, Mr. Rich. Married | Mr. Thomas Hawes Brains, of Horton, apothecary, to Miss Davis, eldest Hannington, to Miss Knight, eldest daughter daughter of Mr. Samuel D.

of the late Mr. John K. oi that place. At Cheltenham, Dr. Benjamin Haywood At Marston St. Lawrence, Mr. John Browne, to Elizabeth Selina, eldest daughter Bazeley, of Farthing hoe, to Mrs. Bl.socowe. of Eyles Irwin, esq. of the county of Ferma- John George, esq. of Bythorne-house, nagh, Ireland.-Mr. Lachelor, to Mrs. Huntingdonshire, to Miss Angrave, of Hathaway.

Holton-house, near Northampton.
Mr. Sweeting, surgeon, of Stroud, to Miss Died.) At Sudborough-house, Catherine
Window, daughter of H. W. esq.

Mary, only daughter of the late Morgan
Died.] At Newnham, aged 108, Ann Vane, esq. of Bibby. hall, 19.
Robins." She had been sexcon of that parish At Peterboroughi, Henry Cole, esq. many
upwards of 50 years; gave her evidence in a

years steward to Earl Fitzwilliam, 64.
cause tried at Gloucester assizes, about eight At Oundle, Mrs. Mould, wite of Ms. M.
years ago, with astonishing clearness and surgeon, 31.—Mr. John Adson, 65.
perspicuity; and retained all her faculties to

At Roihwell, Mr. John Palmer, 84. the last.

At Kettering, Mrs. Eayes, wife of Mr. B.
At Gloucester, Mrs. Ann Marman.-Mrs. jun.
Cooper, 64.-Mrs. Morson.-Mrs. Coley.- At Ravensthorpe, Mrs. Knight, 26.
Mrs. Brewer.

Ac Hollowell, Mrs. Thong,
At letbury, Lieut. Colonel H. H. Sloper, -Mr. Manning, former of Orlinbury. He
conimandant of the Horsley and Tetbury was found dead in Sy well-lane, on his return
volunteer infantry, 43.

from Northampton market. It is supposed At Cains-cross, Mrs. Price, 56.

his worse fell with him, and he was killed on At Tewksbury. Mr. Jonn Ludgrove.- the spot.--Mrs. Wauchope, wife of the Rev. Mr. Care, sen.

rector of Warkton. At Barnwood, Mr. Thoinas Herbert, 74.

At Northampton, Mr. Drake. At Wottuing Mrs. Barron', 91.

At Edgecott.Lodge, Mrs. Lovell. At Whitminister, Mrs. Brewer.

At Hardingston, Mr. Timms.
At Culver House, Mrs. White, 77.

At Cheltenham, Mrs, Whitmore.
At Painswick, Mr. Charles Brandon Trye. Married.] At St. Ncot's, Mr. J. W:


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Blount, of Wimborne Minster, Dorset, to fed by Ms. Bell, of Wallington, in this
Miss A. Scarharrow, of Little Paxton. county : she was driej so late as the 29tla

Died.] At Huntingdon, Mrs. Randall. of last September, and yet, by grass, hay,
At Whittlesea, Mrs. Hurry, of the post-

and turnips, exhibited the most meat that office there.

could well be expected upon so small a At Fenstanston, Mrs. Hammond, wife of bone. Mr. Marsters, of Gaywood, shewed John H. esq 35.

an excellent two-shear Leicester wether, At Ellington, Mr. Hoddell, 76.

which was slaughtered, and weighed 39 lbs. CAMBRIDGESHIRE.

per quarter, with 18lbs. of tallow. Mr. Died.) At Kennett, the Rev. Anthony Coke, of Holkham, sent lour south-dowa Luther Richardson, rector of that parin, and

wethers, of which two were shearlings, and of Felpham, and Newburn, near Ipswich.

the other two shear; the weight of one At İly, Mr. John Richmond, many years

of the shearlings slaughtered was slds. keeper of the house of correction in that per quarrer, with 15lbs. of fat; the others city, 66.-Mr. Johna Goyce.

were such as Mr. Coke always produces, At Cambridge, Mr. William Baxter, 52. very good. There were thice claimants of -Mrs Waterson, relictof Mr.Hesry W. late of the premium for at least nine acres of water Huntingdon, deputy registrar of that archdea- meadows, and one for at least file acres : conry, 79.

and two claimants of the premium for NORFOLK

lucerne. These claims were referred to The following statement will doubtless be judges, to be decided in the course of this highly gratifving to the benevolent triends year. The society ordered 50s. to be paid of the lower orders oi society. During the

to each of the four meritorious labourers in last eleven months, the period of Miss How- husbandry, certificates of their merit baving ell's visit to Norwich, three schouls have been previously sent to the secretary, ac. been established, in which no fewer than cording to the direction of the society. To two hundred and ninety-four children are George Reader, a cotiager of West Tofts, now educated, and furnished with sufficient for keeping bees, the society ordered 21. instruction to become useful and respectable At the same meeting it was resolved 10 members ci the community. This great im

petition parliament against the bill now provement commenced with a school for pending to prohibit the distillation of spiforty-eight girls, under the immediate supesa

rits from barley. The unusual precipitan. intendance of the Miss Gurneys; and the cy with which this bill is carrying through directors of the charity schools, struck with the house, precludes the society from the the superior advantages of the new mode of opportunity of requesting a public meeting education, adupreckit in their establishment upon the occasion, and has induced them also; by which means they were enabled to

to send the petition with all the dispatch extend its benefits to one hundred and six possible to the principal places of the county children, instead of forty, which they had

tor signature. The points upon which this before. An example like this could not fail petition is grounded, are,- ist, That the of imitation, and accordingly another school, necessiiy which existed at the time when containing one hundred and forty children, the prohibition was first instituted (viz. the was soon after projected in St. Paul's church- abunuance of sugar in hand) is now dono yard, and is now completely arranged. No. away; and the 2nd, That the badness of tning so much evinces the excellence of inis the season during the last harvest was such plan of education, as the striking fact that as to prevent the barley crop froin being goc it has been eagerly adopted by persons of in as it ought : the consequence is, that opposite opinions, who have emulated each most of the barley was so much injured, other in spreading its benefits around. The that it is unfit for malting, and not sale. Court of Guardians, with a praise-worthy able, except at such a price as will not reattention to the interests of those more munerate the farmer has expenses of cula immediately committed to their care, have tivation. prepared a room, which will be speedily Married.] At Sculthorpe, the Rev. Hoopened, for the instruction of about fty ratio Dowsing, rector of North Barsham, children, belonging to the work house; and to Mrs. Jones ot Cranmer House. this is the first aitempt wich which we At Yarmouth, Captain Thomas Gunton, are acquainted, to provide a moderate but of Bermondsey, Surry, to Miss Mary Smith. Sufficient education for those who are placed

At Norwich, Mr, W. A. Burridge, in the most ahject situatio.. of society. On printer, to Miss Charlotte Caroline Sivih. this account we consider this part of the At Swattihau, Mi. James Shalders, pr na plan as the most important of any, and ter and bookseller, of Holt, Lo Miss E. promising the greatest advantages.

Stapleton. At the late general meeting of the Nor. At Actleburgh, Mr. Robert Sheldrake, folk Ayricultural Society, at Lynn, there attornoy, to Miss Mary Atmorc. war no stock shewn for the premiums oi- T. blake, esq. of Yelverton, to Miss fered. Mr. Chambers, a butcher, near Nichols, eldesi daughter of J. Nicholls, esq. Lyon, shewed a cow, whicli was bred and of Hades.


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[April 1, Died.] At East Dereham, Mrs. Priscilla At Newmarket, Mr. Samuel Betts, many Alpe.

years starter of the horses on the course At Swardestone-hall, in the 98th year of there. her age, Mrs. Mary Berney, the last surviv

At Troston, Eliz. wite 'o. Mr. Edw. Hoy, ing daughter of Thos. B. esq. of the same 70. place, who died in 1720, and the last sur- At Clare, Mrs. Mary Harrison. viving sister of the late John B. of Bracon. At Gunton-ball, Mrs. Fowler,

At Ipswich, Mrs. M. Hingesion, daughter At North Walsham, Mrs. Raven. of the Rev. Mr. H. formerly master of the At Yarmouth, Mrs. Benyon, 45.

grammar school of that town. Mrs. Parish, At Harleston, Mrs. Eliz. Heyman, widowy a maiden lady, whose benevolent disposition of Henry H, esq. of Stroud, Kent, 81. induced her to relieve every one whose ne

At Cromer, Mr Francis Pearson, 85. cessities appeared to call on her charity; she

At Swafi ham, Mr. Anthony Hyde. Mrs. actually had 20 pensioners living at her house Randall, relict of Robert R. gent, and sister when she died, besides children supported at of Mrs. Dusgate, of 'Tring.

different schools, and numbers relieved by At Tring, Thos. Duszate, esq. and about her occasional donations. three weeks afterwards, his wife, Mrs. D.

At Beecles, Mr. John Allcock, 70. At West Walton, Mr. Watts.

At Bury, Mr. Félix Loveless. - Mrs. Ely. At Holverstow.hall, Mrs. Munsey, 72. -Mr. Richard Ward --Mrs. Knowles, re

At New Houghton, Mr. John Mitchell, Jict of the late Rev. Dr. K. prebendary of 75. Ms. Reynolds, surgeon, of Massingham. Ely, and lecturer of St. Mary's in this town, He was called upon to attend the above Mr. 85. Mitchell, and, while at his house, expired, by At Litile Bently hall, Mrs. A. King. a similar fit to that which proved tatal to his The Rev. George Dinsdale, rector of Stratpatient.

ford St. Andrew, and vicar of Benhall, both At Trunch, Harriet, second daughter of in this county. che Rev. M. Ward, 23.

Ativ'est-thorp, Mr. Robert Whistlecraft,97.
At Downham Market, Mr. Keen Bunkall, At Meliord, Mrs. Baker, 72.
91.-Mr. James Hampson, 56.

At Halesworth, Mr. John Wade, of the
At Norwich, Mrs. S. Chapman, 88.--Mr. Angel Inn.
James Page, 77.-Miss Ann Barrow.--Mr.
J. S. Boulter, 30.-Mrs. Hannah Toft, 77. Married.] At Writtle, Samuel Simpson,
-Mr. James Boardman, 51.-Mrs. H. esq. of Isleworth, Middlesex, to 'Miss Mary
Gardiner, 71.-Mrs. Kinghorn, wife of Mr. Parnell, daughter of the late Mr. P. of Grays,
K, dissenting minister, 71.--Mrs. Ayres, 84. near Writtle.
-Mr. James Girlington, 78.-Mrs. Marti. At Waltham Abbey, Mr. Nathaniel Davis,
Deau, wife of Philips Meadows M. esq.

attorney, Lothbury, to Miss Catharine Wal.
surgeon, 58.-Mr. John Fransham, teacher lis, daughter of Thomas W. esq.
of the Greek and Latin languages, and ma- Died.] At Writile, Mr. Finch, of the Rose
thematics, 79.-Mr James Pitchers.

and Crown. At Gunton House, Harbord lord Suffield, At Woodbridge Hacheston, Samuel 76.

Cutting, gent. 91.

At Roxwell, Mrs. Birch, wife of the Rev. A piece of garden-ground, at Ipswich, has Richard B. 78. been purchased for the purpose of being con- At Harwich, Mr. Cornelius Colosson, sen.74 verted into a provision market ; and the coro- At Rawreth, Mrs. Chapman, 79. ration have offered premiums for plans for the At Little Leighs, Mrs. Taylor. best mode of constructing the same.

At Colchester, Mrs. Craven, wife of Benja. Marned.] Ac Beighton, B. L. Clayton, C. esq. and daughter of the late Willia in esq. surgeon, of Norton, 10 Mrs. Midson, Kerstemean, esq.-Whilst attending divine widow of Robert M. esq. late of Stow- service at Holy Trinity Church, Mr. Martin market.

Riddellsdell, 80. He was apparently in good E. Fuller, esq. of Carlton-hall, near Sax- health, till, falling suddenly into the arms of mundham, to Miss Tatnall, daughter of W, the persons in the pew with him, he is esq. of Leiston Old Abbey.

a few minutes expired without a struggle. Died.] At Cockfield-hall, Sir John Blois, At Sible Heoingham, Mrs. Maria bart. 71. He is succeeded by his eldest Sedgwick, relict of Thomas S. esq. of Hack. son, now sir Charles Blois, bart. lieutenant- ney. colonel of the Ouse and Derwent volunteer In November last, at Grenville, Grenada, corps of intantry.

West Indies, Mr. Joseph Thorn, formerly in her 83d year, Mrs. Wakebam, relict of St. Osyth, in this county, who in the of the Rev. D. W. dean of Bocking.

course of thirty years amassed a large for. At Lavenham, Miss Eleanor Branwhite. tune, the bulk of which he has left to John Mudd, esq.

his brothers, Mr. John Thorn, Colchester, At Barningham, Mr. John Day, 78. and Mr. William Thorn, Bradfield.




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