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to trustees, that the interest may for ever about 1618, from whence the hierarchy of hereafter be applied for the teaching and in that part of the United Kingdom hath been structing twelve poor children of the parish excellently supplied with characters of much of Hillmorton, in reading, writing, and arith. learning and erudition; four of them having metic; he has also given the interest of 501. filled the episcopal state in that church, and for ever hereafter to be distributed in bread one the archiepiscopate. From that branch among the most necessitous poor in Hillmor- the present Sir Edward Sing, bart. of Ireland, ton, every Christmas; and two guineas to be is descended. given to the poor in bread, at the time of his
WORCESTERSHIRE. interment, at the discretion of his executors. Married.] At Clifton upon Team, George
Hill, esq. one of the coroners of Worcester, Married.) At Ellesmere, Mr. James Hey: to Elizabeth, only surviving child of William wood, of Chester, to Miss Powell, of Dude Price, esq of the Noak. leston,
At Dudley, Mr. John Badley, surgeon, to At Whitchurch, Mr. Langford; to Miss Mary, eldest daughter of Johu Badley, esq. Caink,
of Blower's Green. At Cheswardine, Mr. Deakin, of Soulton At Worcester, William Jones, esq. banker, Hall, to Miss James, of Stamford Bridge, of Bridgnorth, to Miss Davis, daughter of near Newport.
Mr. D. of Broseley. At Ludlow, Henry Hamer, esq of Liver. Ac Oid Swinford, Samuel Taylor, esq. of pool, to Mariha Ann, youngest daughter of Bowden, Northamptonshire, to Anne, young. the late Rev. John Pryce, of Gunley, Mont est daughter of Mr. William Moseley, of gomeryshire.—Mr. T. Apperley, of London, Stourbridge. to Miss Acton.
Died.] Al Stanbroke Hall, near WorcesAt Stoke Castle, Richard Onions, esq. of ter, Charles Domville, esq. Rowton, to Sarah, daughter of Mr. R. Brox At Worcester, Mrs. Wall, wife of Samuel ton, of Wettleton.
W.esq.--Mrs. Morrison, wife of John M.Died.] At Donington, Catherine Letitia, Mrs. Beasley, 83.- William Henry, youngwidow of John Lewis Pettit, M.D.
est son of Mr. Saunders. Mr. RutherAt Henbury, Mrs. Mary Kynascon, relict ford. of Edward K. esq. of Oatley Park.
At Great Witley, Miss Mann, daughter of At Radbrook, near Shrewsbury, the Hon. Mr. M. surgeon. Luke Gardiner, -second son of the late Vis. At the Park Farm, Croome D'Abitot, Miss count Mountjoy.
Hobbs. At Woodcore, Mr. Flint.
At Evesham, Mrs. Goore, relict of Mr. At Shrewsbury, Mrs. Hawker, 77.-Mr. Henry G. alderman of that borough, 86. Bean, of the Castle and Falcon Inn-Mrs. At Glasshampton, Henrietta Maria, eldest Hoskins, relict of the Rev. Abram H. rector daughter of the Rev. J. J. D. Cookes. of Stocton, Worcestershire.-Mrs. Scoltock. At Tenbury, Mr. William Crundall, 71. At Boden, Mr. John Bickerton, 32.
At Sutton, Mrs. Hillson, 95. At Fernbill, near Oswestry, Mr. Usher. At Mathon, Mr. Samuel Sonith. At Middletown, Mr. Lloyd.
At the Castle, in the parish of Rock, Mr. At the Red Abbey, Mr. Trehearn, only Richard Nott, jun. 21, son of Mrs. T. of the Fox Inn, Shrewsbury. At Hindleap, Mrs. Holder, 67.
At Trench, near Ellesmere, Mr. Edward At Bromyard, Mrs. West. Higginson.
At Wolverley, Mr. Alexander Patrick. At Bridgnorth, aged 90, John Sing, sen. At Prickley, Mary Maria, daughter of Mr. gent, formerly a tanner of that place, where Downes. his ancestors have followed i he same business At Alderminster, the Rev. Mr. Rice. foy more than two centuries. He was born at At Kidderminster, Mis. Susannah Ward, Bridgnorth on the 29th of September, 1719, At Pershore, Mrs. Woodward. 0. S. and became extremely wealthy. He At Rochford, Mrs. Corbett. had ever enjoyed an excellent state of health, and a good flow of spirits, having lost only Married.] · At Kington, Mr. Thoma one tooth from decay, and one from accident; Hardy, of Birmingham, to Miss Elizabech the others were perfectly sound. He pos- Rogers. sessed his faculties to the last, except a slight Died.] At Mawheld, Mary Taylor, 103. deficiency in that of bearing. His only be. At Easton, Mary, wife of the Rev. Francis verage was tea, which he had for years als Kinchard. ways taken with his hearty meals. He was In the parish of How Caple, of the small. decended from the Rev. John Millington, one pox, Mary Navis, 88. of the canons of the church of St Mary Mag At Bickerton Court, Mrs. Bradstock, wife dalene, in Bridgnorth, at the period of the re of John B. esq 56. formation, who was more commonly called Sing or Singer, the former of which names It is proposed by several respectable media the family afterwards adopced. The elder cal practitioners, in different parts of this branch of this family emigrated to Ireland county, to form an association to be called MONTHLY Mac. No. 199,
the Gloucestershire Vaccine Association; the At Loughton, Mr. William Smith, to Mr.
At East Burnham, Henry Sayer, esq. 79.
John R. esq. of Sheffond, Bediordsbire.
the late Lord William M. Richard Procter, esq. of Pamington, to At Bushey Hail Farm, Mr. William Sara. Miss Beckett, of Toddington.
At Cireltenham, the Rev. W. Oimsby, to Died.] Ac Woodside, John Arkley, esq. Miss Henriesta Moore.
of Finsbury-place, London. At Gloucester, the Rev. James Fussell, At Woburn, James Harryman Holmes, trą. methodist preacher, to Miss Redding. captain in the Leicester militia.
Died.) At Cheltenham, Mr. William At Dunstable, Mr. Francis Goude.
Peckham, Surry, to Ann, daughter of Mi.
At Yarwell, Mr. James Bradshaw, to Miss
Robert Dawson, esq. to Anna Rebecca,
The Rev. Charles Davy, of Toddingtor, At Oxford, Mr. James King, printer and Beds. to Elizabeth, eldest daughter of th: bookseller, Abingoon, to Miss Ann Robia. late Rev. John Davy, vicar of Pytchley.
At Daventry, Mr. William Percival, surDied.] At Oxford, Mr. John Banaster geon and apothecary, and second son of Jawa Adams, lately a clerk in the Bank of Eng. P. esq. banker of Northampton, to maise land, 33. -Mr. Thomas Bliss, bookseller, Mires, eldest daughter of Andrew M. esq. 24.-Miss Ann May, 23 Mrs. Moore, 62. Diel.) At Ketrering, on his road to Lose
Ac Bloxham, near Bantury, the Rev. Wil don, Thomas Copley, esq. late of Nether liam Pargeter, M.D. He was a classic l Hall, Doncaster, in the orch year of his age; scholar, and possessed great medical abilities; by whose death a landed estate of betwees by his death the poor have lost a friend, and 2 and 30001. a year descends to Edward Woe a large ciscle of acquaintance an intelligent ley, esq. solicitor, York. and social companion -Mrs. Jevans, wite of At Long Buckby, Mrs. Staughton, 89. the Rev. Mr. J. dissenting minister.
At Astrop House, Miss Charlotte Van
Ac Northampton, Mr. Oram.-Mr. Hors, ney.
At Winwick, the Rev. Mr. Willias,
At Blatherwick Hell, Harry O'Brier, eso
At Hackleton, Mr. Jolio Pacey, 71.
At Quinton, Mrs. Marrioti.
Ac Welford, Mrs Woodford, 81.
At Norwich, William Routh, esq. of Lon.
Mark Lane, London, to Harriet, youngest
Died.] Ai Godmanchester, Mr. Chisto- artillery, to Constancia, daughter of the late pher Lumley, 62.
Francis Gosling, esq. of Coulsey Wood, in At Stanground, Mr. Smythies, relict of the this county.—Mr. John Deacon, attorney, to Rev. Humphrey, S rector of Alphreton, Suf.
Miss Starling folk, and Little Staughton, Beds.
At Old Buckenham, Thomas Utring, esq.
gent. of Ashwelthorpe, to Maria, third dauglia CAMBRIDGESHIRI. Married.) At Cambridge, Mr. W. Slaney,
ter of John Hunt, exq. of Old Buckenham.
Mr. James Back, of Norwich, 10 Miss to Miss S. Luitwyche, daughter of Williamn
Gibbs, daughter of tbe Rev. L. G. rector of
At Yarmouth, Lieutenant George Troke,
R.N. to Mrs. Margaret Shickle. Died.] On the 30ch of April, at his father's seat at Wimpole, Cambridgeshire, St. Michael, to Elizabetn, second daughter
At Guist, Richard Gwyn, esq. of Stratton Charies York Viscount Royston, in the 1360
cf R. Poscle, e.q. of Horstead. year of bis age, only remaining sun of the
Died ) At Eust Dereham, Mrs. Ann Nel. Earl of Hardwicke.
son, 81. At Longstow, the Rev. Richard Haighton,
At Diss, Mrs. Burrows, 25. rector of that parish, and of Croxton, also in
At Warhani, Mrs Marina Tuttell, 71. this county, and perfepual curate of Hapton,
At Gressenball, Sarah, second daugbter of in Nortolk. He was formerly fellow of
Mr Mace, 19.
At Scottow, Sarah, eldest daughter of Mrs. wrangler of that year,) and M.A. 1703.
At Alburgh, Mr. James Keer, 52.
At Harleston, Mr. Jaines Aldous, 52.
At Saxlingham, Mr. Piits.
At Wheatacre Burgh, Ann, wife of the
Rev. William Boycatt 33.
At Honingham, Mr. Stephen Hipkin, 77. On Thursday, April 26, the first scone of At Swatham, Mrs. Framingham, relict of the new bridge at Carrow, Norwich, was Mr. F. many years an eminent surgeon there, laid by the mayor, Thomas Back, esq. at. 77. tended by many of the most respectable in At Norwich, Miss Akers, 30 – Mr. T. habitants of the city. On the sione being Barber, attorney, 60.
He had been 27 years placed in its situation, three cheers were given secretary to the Norfolk and Norwich Hos. by the workmen and spectators, anticipating pital.- Mrs. Sarah Giminghamn, 7.6.-Mr. the great conveniency which this fresh com Tooley.--Mrs. Gidney, 43.—Mr. Thomas niunication with the Yarmouth road, and the Frosdicke, 65 – Mr. George Dunn, 11intended excavation of Butter Hills, will soon Mrs. Esther Reeve, 61 --Mrs. Harvey, wife give the city. Notwithstanding the estimare of Robert H. esq. 79.- Miss Ann Robson, for building another bridge, as proposed at daughter of John R. genc -Mis. Elianor id. the iron foundry of Messrs. Aggs and Co. Jison. - Mrs. Johnson, 78 – Jobin Schuldham, amounts, according to the most moderate cal
gent. 83. -Mr Thomas Black, 79.--Henriculation of an eminent surveyor, to the sum elta Ivesun Murray, eldest daughter of James of 7,4071, besides the permanent expence of M. c»q. 20.--Sarah, daughter or Mr. Thomas 501. per annum, for lighting and keeping the Hawkins, Mr Dow. streets in repair, the subscription is full. The erection of a third new bridge, al the Duke's Palace, is also in contemplation, and there is
At a meeting assembled at the Guildhill, no reason to doubt, that the loan for such a Bury, on the moth of March, atcer a lecture patriotic purpose will fill rapidly, as there is delivered by Joseph Lancaster on the sulject a good prospect for the subscribers of those se of the education of the pour, it was revolved veral undertakings being paid nearly 14 per
that a school for boys should be established cent. for their money.
by public subscription in chat town on his A very rare and curious fish, called the plan, and also a similar school for girls, if opah, or king fish, was lately cast on the
ibe funds of the institution would admit beach at Mundesley. It is of that
genus which Linnæus distinguishes by the name of
Married.] At Aldborough, William J. Chætodon, and is said to be very common on
Ellis, esq. of London, to Miss Waddington, the coast or Guinea.
daughter of John W.esq. Married.) At Lynn, Robert Bevan, esq.
At Hulesworth, Edward Tompron, ex oi
9. of Trinity College, Camoridge, to Miss Mary
Norwich, co Miss Wilkinson, daughter of
Died.] Aged 70, the Rev. Anthony Lu- vious to the landed interest of the county, of ther Richardson, rector of Kennet, near how much consequence is it to the trading Newmarket, and also of Felsham and New. interest of Canterbury, that some immediate bourn, near Ipswich, and formerly of Queen's steps should be taken to obtain a navigation college, Cambridge, L.L.B. 1766.
from thence to the sea ; and as the enormous At Rury, Mr. Whybrew.--Mrs. Cook, expense of land-carriage may not be within wife of Mr. C. of the Three Tuns Inn.-Mrs. the knowledge or conception of the trase of Elizabeth Leheup, a maiden lady, 86.-Mrs. that city, we give, as an instance, that of Reilly, relict of John R. esq. 81.
the carriage of coal only, during ce list to Ac Ixworth Thorpe, Mrs. Day, 81. years. In the years 1808 and 1809, the At Brandon, Mrs. Diggon, 70.
quantity of coal brought into Canterbury, At Westerfield, Miss Hitch, eldest and on which the pavement dury or is. per daughter of the Rev. James H.
chaldron was paid, was 18.250 chaldroos, At Ipswich, Mr. N. Bucke, an eminent being an average of 9145 yearly ; which, at surgeon.-Mrs. Fallow, late of the Waggon the rate of 13s. per chaldron, (che price paid Inn.- Miss Maria Basham, 22; and two days for land carriage.) gives 59311. 55. ; a suin afterwards, her father, Mr John B.
equivalent to discharge the interest of At Gazely, Mr. John Taylor.
nearly 120,0001. more, hy one-sixth, than The Rev. William Cooke, B. D. vicar of the estimate of the whole cost of canal, har. Preston, in this county, and of Melton Parva, bour, &c. It is to be observed here, that Norfolk
the carriage of coal only is calculated; if At Wetherden, Mrs. Tanner,
then that of hops, timber, stone, wool, lea. At Norton, Mrs. Read,
ther, grocery, shop goods, &c. is added, and
which in 1802 was estimated at 13,000 tons Married.] At Danbury, Mr. Hayn of annually, and calculated to cost 72501. it London, to Sarah Dinah, third daughter of will be found that the saving to the public the late Jobn Wiggins, of Hill House, Dan will be more than one-half of the present bury.
price paid for land-carriage of every descripAt Southminster, Mr. Tabrum, surgeon, to Miss Bawtree, daughter of Samuel B. esq. A project is in contemplation to construct of Southminster-hall.
an harbour at St. Nicholas Bay, on the north. Died.) At Chelmsford, of a disease con. castern coast of this county. It originated tracteu in Waleheren, Lieutenant Cowslade, with some merchants in London, with a view 63d regiment.
of obtaining a shelter for those vessels which At Epping Grove, William Black, esq. in the winter season are so much exposed on
At Ingatestone, Mr. Cornelius Butler, sen, the Kent coast. It is proposed to make the a member of the Royal Coilege of Sur. harbour capable of receiving vessels of 300
tons burthen. At Harwich, Mrs. Amnier.
Married.] At Gillingham, James Smith, At Greensted, Mrs Ayley.
esq. a chief clerk in the check-office in ChaAt Mersea Island, Mr. Henry Hawes. tham Dock-yard, to Miss Isabella Scobin, of At Shenfield, James D'Argent, M.D.F.R.S. Chatham. 85.
At Lewisham, Mr. G. Edmunds, of the At Coggeshall, Mr. Jordan Unwin, 74. Exchequer-office of Pleas, Lincoln's-inn, to
Miss C. While, of Soho-square. It is in contemplation to take into consi.
Died.) At Chevening, the lady of the Rer. deration a plan projected by Mr. Rennie, for A. Onslow. the junction of the Medway, Rother, and At Deal, Mr. Mark Clayson, 71.-Mrs. Stour, by means of navigable canals. The Mount, 86.-Mrs. Dixon, wife of rear-adline of the canal proposed for the junction of miral D. She was taken ill whilst serving the Medway and Rother, is from the Med. some friends at a dinner-party, and died alway at Yalding to Horsmonden, thence by most immediately. Frittenden to Galiows Green, near Tenter. At Brompton, Mrs. Sharp. dell, and from thence to the royal milirary At Folksione, Richard, youngest son of canal at Stone, which connects it with the Mr. Reynolds, attorney. Rotlier., The line projected to unite with A: Maidstone, in consequence of a fall the Slour is proposed to branch off at Middle from his horse, Mr. Edward Moyce, of ShipQuarter, near High Halden, which in its borne, 49.-Mr. John Peters, 61.- Mi. course will embrace Ashford, and be contin John Pine, of the lvy-mili, paper-maker. nued to Wye, from whence it may without At Linton, Mrs. Link. dishculty be extended to Canterbury. The At Rochester, Mr. Stephen Doorne, total cost of this last line, twenty-seven banker.. miles in length, is estimated at 109,744.. of At Canterbury, Mr. C. Chapman, jos. the former line, nearly thirty-four miles in 24.-Mrs. Frances Ann Giraud. -- Mrs. Mary length, 190,688). If then the advantages to Kirkby, relict of Mr. Henry K. printer, 73. be derived from this proceeding are so ob- Mrs. Wraight. Mrs. Elizabeth Starke.
At Dover, Mr. Ashdown.
At Northgate, near Margate, John, eldest Married.] At Salisbury, John Young, esq. son of John Barker, esq. 26.
aptain in the 76 biegiment, to Jane, daughAt Eythorn, Mr. Thomas Manger, 76. ter of the late Rev. Dr. Frome, of East Wood.
At Boughton-under-Blean, Mrs. Pack- hay, Hants. man, 82.
Died.] At Melksham, Edmund Darby, esq. At Minster, Mr. John Tutnell, 84. son of the late Mrs. Deborah D. of Coalbrook At Biddenden, Mrs. Browne, 78.
Dale. At Postling, Mrs. Nower, 95.
At Salisbury, Mr. James Roles-Mro. Sarah Pike, 88.-Mr. Marsh.
Al Marden, Mr B. Hayward. Died.] At Catsfield House, John Fuller,
At Trowbridge, the Rev. Daniel Jones, esq. 83. He died possessed of a very large fortune, the bulk of which descends to his
pastor of the general baptist church in that nephew and beir, John Fuller, of Rosehill,
At Tishury, Robert Oberne, 101. His esq. one of the representatives in parliament for the county. Few persons have excelled posterity amounted to 187 persons, viz. three.
sons and five daughters, sixty seven grandthis venerable gentleman; he was a devout
children, eighty.one great grand children, and unteigned christian, and a most active and vigilant magistrate for above fifty years.
, and one great-great-grandchild. His hand and heart were always open to the
At Fordington, T. Salisbury, esq. solicitor distress and necessities of others; he gave
and steward to Lord Rivers and William
Morton Pirt, esq. away, during his life time, a considerable
At Warminster, Mrs. Pressley.--Mrs. estate for the maintenance of poor blind
At West Kington, the infant daughter of Ac Brighton, Mrs. Ann Rhodes.- Mr. Dullasson.-Mrs. Wells, wife of Mr. James
the Rev. J. J. Hume. W. She was found dead in her bed without
At Banibury, Mr. Samuel Ballard.
At Marlborough, Mr. Samuei Rogers. any previous indisposition.-Mrs. Colbron,82.
Ac Chichester, Mr. Hoskins, who had been thirty-three years master of the house
Married.] At Reading, Thomas Allen of industry of that city. Among his property
Shuter, esq. of Southwark, to Sarah Frances, were found two hundred guineas, one hundred
third daughter of the Rev. Dr. Valpy. and eighty seven-shilling pieces, a consider
Dicd.) At Windsor, William Haygarth, able number of five-and-three penny pieces,
esg. sen. lieutenant in the royal navy, and and a unique collection of other coins, &c.
governor of the naval knights at Windsor.
At Yattendon, Mr. Mathews, 79. At Lewes, M:. Francis Gell. --Mrs. Phila.
At Cookham, Mr. G. Allen. delphia Tuppen, a maiden lady, 73. Ac Milland House, near Chichester, John Owen, of Clapham, in this county, 17.-Mr.
At Newbury, John, son of the late James Wilkes, esq. formerly a printer and booksel. Jer at Winchester, and editor and proprietor
At Littlewick Green, Mr. Lee. of the Encyclopædia Londinensis.
At Reading, Mr. Havell, many years an
eminent drawing-master.-Mrs. Mitchell, Married.] At Newport, Isle of Wight, relict of Commodore M. 87.-Mrs. Maggs. Mr. James Roach, of East Medina Mill, to Mr. Wilsdon. Miss Robinson, only daughter of Captain R. At Wallingford, Miss Ives.
At Southampton, James Blunt, esq. of At Beaumont Lodge, near Windsor, Vire Nether Wallop, to Miss Sarah Little, third countess Ashbrook. daughter of the late Richard L. esq. of Gros At Beenham, Ms. Elisha Webb. venor-place.
At Theale, Mrs. Wallen, 87. Died.) At Odiham, Mrs. Payne, relict of At Wargrave, Mrs. Maynard. the late John P. esq. of Barbadoes.
At Harwell, Mr. Richard Elderfield,
Died.] At Bath, Mrs. Ann Welch, daughter At Winchester, Mrs. Wells, 68.-Mrs. and co-heiress of the late celebrated Justice Cradocke.
Welch, with whom she resided for a consi. At Appleshaw, Mrs. Josina Hedges, relict derable time in Italy, and formed her taste, of John H. esq.
then in ready conspicuous, by a close atten: At Southampton, Mrs. Newlyn, 88.-Miss tion to literature and the fine arts. She was Vignole.
a woman of superior abilities, mistress of tho At Alderhole Park, George Reade, esq. Latin, French, and Italian languages; but At Muscliff, John Hudson, esą.
these acquirements, far from exciting a wish At Basingstoke, aged 82, Mr. John to attrace the notice of the world, rendered Granger, brother of the late Rev. James her doubly solicitous to fulfil all the relaGranger, vicar of Shiplake, author of the tive duties of society, to which no female Biographical History of England.
could be a more genuinc ornament. Mild,