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- ter certain trust property, under the late Samuel Mills, esq. of Russell
reneetite will of her sisters, Priscilla square, and of Radwell, Newnham, NorG- and Racbel Gurney, with a power ton Northaw, and Hatfield, co. Hertford,
n on orer the same by deed, wil, bas left 500,0001. in personalty. His ex. ero rise, and of which there was re. tensive estates in the counties of Bedford,
e naprropriated, and at her dis. Cambridge, Norfolk, Hertford, and Midw sun of 11.0007. This she has dleser, he leaves to his eldest son Thomas
need to be applied for the benefit of and his issue ; and to his younger son, her family in the following manner : John Remington Mills, he leaves all his The interest of 6.004. to her husband for estates in London and Kent, and also his horor and afterwards the principal to be le useholds in London and Middlesex, exdivided equmliv amongst her children. To cept his house, with the furniture, in
242hter, Katherine Fry, who has Russell-square, which he leaves to his sissts live with her, hat to whom no daughter, together with a legacy of manis an bas hitherto been made, she 30,0001. The plate and books to his two jesses the interest of 4,000). and 2,0001. sons, who are his residnary legatees and on ber marriage, and the remaining 1.0001. executors. to her son D. H. Fry. The bequests are entire ramand to the trusts under which
CLERGY DECEASED. the was t ered by the deed of dispo- May 29. At New Plymouth, New Zeas a. She executed her will in 1810, land, aged 97, the Rev. William Bolland,
bring her soos J. G. Fry and J. Fry, Vicar of St. Mary's, Taranaki, son of the in e$ . executars to whom special late Rev. William Bolland, Vicar of letters o ad astration with the will were Swineshead, Lincolnshire. greated, the husband consenting.
July 21. At Agher, co. Meath, the
Rer. Francis P. Winter. The late Garn Brake, eeq. of Haugh. Aug. 9. At Jenkinstown glebe, co. tan H.. Shil. Seisp, bas bequeatbed Louth, the Rev. Henry Theophilus Hob.
and want the foorias societies 1001.:- son, incumbent of Ballymascanlan. The S ett for Pror wing the Education Aug. 16. At Limerick, the Rev. John of the Par in the Prin ples of the Es. Clarke.
hih Chanche: the Nebional Church Aug. 17. At Redford glebe, Donegal, B in Sextetr; and the Society for the the Rer. Richard Hamilton, Rector of Pry
of the Gospel in Foreign Cloncha and Culdaff. Paris T his brother. Richard Brooke Aug. 93. In Ceylon, where he had and she Rer. Two bead Broke, and his been resident for thirty years, aged 64, sister Harrie Brake,
each ; and the Rer. James M. S. Glenie, late Archthe whole of his stock of moes to be divi- deacon of that island, to which office he ded, in certain proportions, amongst his was appointed in 1826. three brothers and their sister. To his Aug. 26. At Summer Hill, Nenagh, brother, the Rer. Joha Brooke, M.A. co. Tipperary, the Rev. Thomas George Vicar of Shiffnall, he has devised all his Joyce. real estate, and also left to him the residue Oct. 17. The Rev. Thomas Duke Moore, of his personal estate, in the hope that he Rector of Athnowen, Ireland. will resign the living in favour of his bro. Oct, 20. At Alla rectory, the Rev. ther, the Rev. Townsend Brooke, M.A. Francis Brorrnlow, incumbent of Upper the present curate. The deceased's per. Cumber, co. Down : brother to Charles sonal property was estimated at 14,0001. first Lord Lurgan.
Mr. Samuel Crickmar, late senior clerk Oet, 91. At Silverdale, Lancashire, of the firm of Messrs. Rulli, London, has aged 47, the Rev. Thomas Smythe, Curate left 5,0001. to the London Orphan Asslum. of that place.
The parish anthorities of Lambeth have Oct. 23. The Rev. Thomas B. Charhad left to them a clear sum of 1,5001, by nock, of Cullingworth, Yorkshire. the late Ms. Edridge, of kennington Oct. 29. At Westmeston, Sussex, place, the interest to be applied for the aged 79, the Rev. William Courthope, benefit and comfort of such poor persons Rector of that place, and Vicar of Brenchof that parish who are of the age of sixty ley, Kent. He was of St. John's college, years and upwards. This benevolent lady Cambridge, B.A. 1791, M.A. 1794 ; was has also bequeathed a like sum of 1,5001. presented to Brenchley in 1802, and to to each of the following valuable institu. tions in that quarter, viz. :-The School
Westmeston in 1829.
Oct. - The Rev. James Manewerers, ent Blind, near the Obelisk; Perpetual Curate of Middletown, co.
the Deaf and Dumb Asylum. Old Kentroad, and Bedlam Hospital. Lambethrond. These legacies to be paid free of
s to be paid free of duty.
Nov. 1. At Holme Head, near Ingleton, Yorkshire, aged 51, the Rev. Thomas
under The late Samuel Mills, esq. of Russell
. iscilla square, and of Radwell, Newnbam, Norpower ton Northaw, and Hatfield, co. Hertford, , will, has left 500,0001. in personalty. His er. as re. tensive estates in the counties of Bedford, dis
Cambridge, Norfolk, Hertford, and Mid. e has dlesex, he leaves to his eldest son Thomas eft of and his issue ; and to his younger son,
John Remington Mills, he leaves all his Od for estates in London and Kent, and also his
to be leaseholds in London and Middleser, el2. To cept his house, with the furniture, in o has
Russell-square, which he leaves to his m no daughter, together with a legacy of -, she 30,0001. The plate and books to his two ,0001. sons, who are his residuary legatees and _0001. executors. ts are which
CLERGY DECEASED. Eispo May 29. At New Plymouth, New Zea. 1840, land, aged 27, the Rev. William Bolland,
Fry, Vicar of St. Mary's, Taranaki, son of the pecial late Rev. William Bolland, Vicar of
July 21. At Agber, co. Meath, the
Rev. Francis P. Winter. ugh Aug. 2. At Jenkinstown glebe, eo. thed Louth, the Rev. Henry Theophilus Hob.
incumbent of Ballymascanlan. tion
Aug. 16. At Limerick, the Rev. Joks
the Rev. James M. 8. Glenie, late Arcbvi
deacon of that island, to which office be ris was appointed in 1826. iis Aug. 26. At Summer Hill, Nenagh, 1. co. Tipperary, the Rev. Thomas George is Joyce.
Oct. 17. The Rev. Thomas Duke Moore, Rector of Athnowen, Ireland.
Barrow Pooley, Vicar of Thornton, in Elizabeth, sister of George Maule, esq.
Noo. 7. At Upper Gornal, near Sedg and dau. of the Re Samuel Alford, of
spected citizen of London. His remains At Little Bookham, Surrey, aged 49, were interred in the Norwood Cemetery. the Rev. George Pollen Boileau Pollen, Nov. 15. Aged 28, Edward-John, only Rector of that parish. He was next bro son of Edward Donne, esq. of Upper ther to Sir John P. Boileau, of Tacolnestone Harley-st. and Woodlands, Sussex. hall, Norfolk, Bart. being the second son Aged 63. Martha, relict of Henry
John Peter Boileau, esq. by Henrietta, Charles Elsegood, esq. of Upper Brook-st. daughter and heiress of the Rev. George In John's-pl. Harrow-road, aged 38, Pollen, formerly Rector of Little Book John C. W. Dyer, esq. eldest son of Capt. ham. He inherited the estates of bis ma G. L. Dyer, formerly of the 65th regiternal grandfather in 1812, and thereupon ment, and of Alnwick. assumed the name of Pollen, and was in. In Upper Woburn-pl. aged 79, George stituted to the rectory of Little Bookham
sington, aged 65, John Wells, esq.
At Foxley House, Kennington, the reNoo. 9. At Greenwich, aged 67, the sidence of her brother-in-law, Elizabeth, Rev. John Fortye Walker, M.A. Chap eldest dau. of the late James Eglestone, lain to the Right Hon. the Corporation of
esq. of Windsor. the Trinity House, Lecturer at St. Paul's Nov. 18. Aged 78, Peter Ogier, of LinDeptford, and Surrogate of the diocese of coln's-inn, esq. barrister-at-law, and of Rochester. He was of Corpus Christi Pipner. He was called to the bar May college, Camb. B.A. 1803, M.A. 1808. 10, 1822.
Oct. 20. At Alla rectory, the Rev.
At Silverdale. Lancashire, aged 47, the Rev. Thomas Smythe, Curate of that place.
Oct. 23. The Rev. Thomas B. Charnock, of Cullingworth, Yorkshire. Oct. 29.
At Westmeston, Susser, aged 79, the Rev. William Courthope, Rector of that place, and Vicar of Breochley, Kent. He was of St. John's college, Cambridge, B.A. 1791, M.A. 1794; was presented to Brenchley in 1802, and to Vestmestop in 1822. Oct.
The Rev. James Manewerers, erpetual Curate of Middletown, co. rmagh. Nov. 1. At Holme Head, near Inglea, Yorkshire, aged 51, the Rev. Thomas
Nov. 11. At Banner Cross, near Shef Nov. 19. Aged 55, George William field, aged 85, the Rev. William Bag Traill, esq. late of the Bengal Civil Service, shawe, M.A. of Banner Cross, and of Ford from which he retired in 1836. Hall, near Chapel en le Frith, Derbyshire. At Dulwich House, aged 71, Louisa,
relict of John Lett, esq. of Dulwich, and
Nov. 20. Aged 32, Henry Baller, esq.
of Jewry-st. Aldgate, Medical Officer to
Major Weston Hames, late of the 2d Nov. 7. In Wilton-st. Maria-Louisa, Dragoon Guards. He attained the local relict of James Cochrane, esq.
rank of Major on the Continent of Europe Nov. 8. At Notting Hill, Mrs. E, C. in 1826. Skottowe, relict of George Augustus Skot. At the Falcon Glass Works, Blackfriars, towe, esq. R.N. and dau. of the late Adm. aged 45, Mr. James Green, Robinson.
At Claremont-terr. aged 71, Alexander Nov. 9. William Sloane, esq. late of Galloway, esq. of West-st. Smithfield, the Tirhoot, East Indies.
eminent civil engineer. He was many
years a common councilman for the Ward
In Clarges-st. aged 92, Queely Shiell, of Farringdon Without.
esq. late of the island of Montserrat. In King-st. Holborn, aged 73, George Nov. 28. Aged 66, Dr. William WilAikin, esq.
son, Surgeon R.N. (1802). Nov. 21. In Lime-st. Ann, relict of Aged 83, Stephen Bird Tappen, esq. of James Berney Bourdieu, esq.
the Albany-road, Camberwell, brother of At Shepherd's Bush, Miss Margaret the late G. Tappen, esq. of Pall Mall East. Smith, niece of the late Gen. Sir Alexander Nov. 29. In Great Coram-st. CaroAllan.
line-Augusta-Baron, relict of George More At Brompton, aged 46, the wife of ris, esq. of Barbados. Capt. James White, unattached.
In Carlisle-st. Soho-sq. aged 81, Mrs. Åt Lavender Hill, Battersea Rise, aged Mary Wright. 78, John Matthew, esq. Russia merchant, Nov. 30. At the house of his son, at of Upper Thames-street.
Islington, aged 86, Mr. Thomas Cobbett, lu Fenchurch-buildings, aged 50, Louis elder brother of the late William Cobbett. Celeste Lecesne, esq.
This gentleman was the last surviviog of At the residence of Dr. Edwards, Ox four brothers. ford-terr. Hyde Park, aged 84, Alice, At Kentish Town, Charles Boydell, widow of David Yeats, esq. of Camber esq. of Queen's-sq. Bloomsbury. well.
Aged 83, John Soanes, esq. Mile End. Nov. 23. Maria, wife of John Gray, At Highbury-terr. aged 59, Jane, only esq. barrister-at-law.
dau. of the late Col. Wigan, of the same At Hoxton, aged 36, Alfred Shaw, esq. place.
In St. Paul's-pl. Ball's Pood, aged 62, At Milton House, St. John's Wood, Henry Ewbank, esq. late of Barnard Cas Ellen, wife of the Rev. David Anderson, tle, Durham.
A. M. and on the following day, Ellen At Clapham, aged 78, Charlotte, wife Marsden, infant dau. of the same. of William Beams, esq.
Aged 71, Joseph Steel, esq. of Upper In St. George's-pl. Hyde Park-corner, Clapton. aged 67, Elizabeth, wife of John Taylor, Fanny, wife of Charles H. Whitmore, esq.
esq. of Lark-hall Rise, Clapham. Nov. 24. At Shepherd's-bush, aged In St. Alban's.pl. Sir John M. Brack79, Benjamin Hall, esq.
enbury, K.H. of Aylesby and Raithby, In Myddelton-sq. aged 64, Thomas Lincolnshire, late Consul at Cadiz. He Spencer, esq.
the elder brother of Lt. Col. Sir Nov. 25. At Wellington-terr. St. John's Edward Brackenbury, K.T.S. of SkendleWood, Julia, wife of Lewis Gideon, esq. by House, Lincolnshire. of the island of St. Helena.
At Kensington, aged 78, Mrs. Suddenly, at Guildford-st. aged 65, Carthew. Scrope Hutchinson, M.D.
Ralph Colley Smith, esq. of Lincoln's. Henry Knight, esq. late Paymaster of inn. her Majesty's 9th Lancers. He received Rathbone Bartlett Roberts, esq. of the that appointment in 1805, and was pre Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law. sent at Waterloo.
Dec. 2. At Hoxton, aged 59, W. M. At Walworth, aged 21, George, fifth son of the late John Wills, esq. of Doc. In Cumberland-terr. Lady Dallas, relict tors' Commons.
of the late Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Nov. 26. In Lorne-road, Brixton, Ed. Dallas. She was his second wife, namely, win John Brewer, esq. of the Stock Ex. Giustina, daughter of Henry Davidson, of change.
Tulloch castle, co. Ross, esq. ; and was At Brixton, aged 28, James-Sykes, left a widow Dec. 25, 1824. youngest son of John Dobson, esq. of Aged 87, at the house of her son, the Southampton-pl. Euston-sq. Nov. 27. In Devonshire-place aged relict of James' Carver, esq. surgeon, of
Rev. J. Carver, Finsbury-circus, Mary, 72, Dame Anne, relict of Sir Percival Wymondham, Norfolk. Hart Dyke, Bart. of Lullingstone Castle,
At the Paragon, Brixton-hill, aged 92, Kent. She was the dau. of Robert Jen.
Peter Finch Martineau, esq. formerly of ner, esq. of Chislehurst, and was left a
Norwich. widow on the 4th Aug. 1846, having had
Aged 30, Ann-Eliza, wife of John Cow. issue the present Baronet, and a numerous
ard, esq. surgeon, of Barnsbury-park, family. (See our Vol. XXVI. p. 430.)
Islington. la 'Woburn-pl. aged 80, Francis Fisher,
Jobn Poole, esq. of Gracechurch-st. and esq.
of Bangor, Flint. in Orchard-st. Portman-sq. Mrs. Skin Aged 39, John Buckingham, esq. of ner, relict of George Skioner, esq. Adelaide-road, Haverstock-bill.
ard In Clarges-st. aged 92, Queely Shiel,
esq. late of the island of Montserrat. rge Nov. 28. Aged 66, Dr. William Wil.
son, Surgeon R.N. (1802). of Aged 83, Stephen Tapper, esq. of
the Albany-road, Camberwell, brother of aret the late G. Tappen, esq. of Pall Mall East. der
Nov. 29. In Great Coram-st. Caro.
line-Augusta-Baron, relict of George Mor. of ris, esq. of Barbados.
In Carlisle-st. Sobo-sq. aged 81, Mrs. ged Mary Wright. ant, Nov. 30. At the house of his son, at
Islington, aged 86, Mr. Thomas Cobbett, uis elder brother of the late William Cobbett.
This gentleman was the last surviving of Ox. four brothers. ice,
At Kentish Town, Charles Boydell, esq. of Queen's-sq. Bloomsbury.
Aged 83, Jobn Soanes, esq. Mile End. ay, At Highbury-terr, aged 59, Jane, only
dau. of the late Col. Wigan, of the same 2. place. 2, At Milton House, St. John's Wood,
Ellen, wife of the Rev. David Anderson,
A. M. and on the following day, Ellen Efe Marsden, infant dau. of the same.
Aged 71, Joseph Steel, esq. of Upper r, Clapton. r, Fanny, wife of Charles H. Whitmore,
esq. of Lark-ball Rise, Clapham. d In St. Alban's.pl. Sir John M. Brack
enbury, K.H. of Aylesby and Raitbby, Lincolnshire, late Consul at Cadiz. He was the elder brother of Lt. Col. Sir Edward Brackenbury, K.T.S. of Skendleby House, Lincolnshire.
Dec. 1. At Kensingtop, aged 78, Mrs. Carthew.
Ralph Colley Smith, esq. of Lincoln'sinn.
Rathbone Bartlett Roberts, esq. of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-Law.
Dec. 2. At Hoxton, aged 59, W. M. Alsept, esq.
In Cumberland-terr. Lady Dallas, relict of the late Right Hon. Lord Chief Justice Dallas. She was his second wife, namely, Giustina, daughter of Henry Davidson, of Tulloch castle, co. Ross, esq.; and was eft a widow Dec. 25, 1824.
Aged 87, at the house of her son, the Cev. J. Carver, Finsbury-circus, Mary, lict of James Carver, esq. surgeon, of ymondham, Norfolk. At the Paragon, Brixton-hill, aged 92, ter Finch
Martineau, esq. formerly of rwich. iged 30, Ann-Eliza, wife of John Cow.
esq. surgeon, of Barnsbury-park, =gton. -hn Poole, esq. of Gracechurch-st, and angor, Flint.
ed 39, John Buckingham, esq. of. ide-road, Haverstock-bill.
Dec. 3. At Kensington, Mrs. Trail. respected, aged 71, William Archibald in Chester-sq. aged 33, Elizabeth-Ann, Armstrong White, esq. of Castor, Norwife of Thomas Webster, esq. Barrister. thamptonshire, barrister-at-law, F.R.S., at-Law.
and F.S.A. He was called to the bar at Maria, eldest and only surviving dau. of Lincoln's Ion May 5, 1801, and was for the Rev. William Gilbank, M.A. formerly many years one of the magistrates of Rector of St. Ethelburga, Bishopsgate-st. Queen-square police office, to which he
At Dalston, aged 23, Anne-Maria, wife was appointed in 1816.
In Finsbury-sq. aged 83, Elizabeth,
ley, widow, third dau. of the late Rev. In Lower Sloane-st. aged 43, Thomas Wm. Murgatroyd, of West Thurrock. Tichborne, esq. son of the late Col. Tich At the residence of J. B. Dodd, esq. borne.
Clapham-road, aged 84, Hester, widow of
At Chelsea, aged 76, Edward Jenkin dau. of James Simpson, esq. of Edin-
In Gloucester-road, Hyde Park, Emma,
In Oxford-terrace, aged 63, Frederick Dec. 4. In Idol.lane, aged 59, William Secretan, esq.
In Red Lion-street, Clerkenwell, Josiah In Canonbury-sq. aged 92, Mary, relict Bartholomew, esq. of Rowland Yallop, esq. of Reigate.
At Kennington, aged 32, Chas. Templar In Gloucester-terr. aged 78, Capt. Ro Lawson, esq. youngest child of the late bert Ross.
James Lawson, esq. of Norwood.
Dec. 5. In Guildford. st. aged 74, Miss Southwark.
In Albion-road, Wandsworth-road, aged In Waterloo-place, aged 77, Mrs. Eli 82, Anne, relict of George Gouger, esq. zabeth Strongi'th'arm.
Aged 87, George Jeremy, esq. of Guild-
At Lorne-road, Stockwell, aged 69,
In Montague square, Harriet, relict of
Stirlingshire. In London, Lieut.-Colonel Jeremiah Aged 90, Mrs. Symons, of Queen's-row, Cowper, C.B., 18th Royal Irish Regt. Pimlico. He was made Ensign 1805, Lieut. 1806. At the house of her son, Charles-square, Captain 1823, brevet-Major 1838; em. Hoxton, aged 77, Mrs. Yeowell. parked with his regiment for the East At Homerton, John Birkley, esq. Indies in 1837, and had latterly served for Dec. 9. In South-row, St. Pancras, several years in China, from whence he aged 76, Susannah, wife of J. Brine, esq. had returned only six weeks before his In Claremont-sq. Pentonville, aged 77, death.
Thomas Colbeck, esq. Aged 61, Caleb Field, esq. of Camber. In Myddelton-sq. Mr. Geo. Richardson. well Grove and the Stock Exchange.
Harriot, wife of Hugb Statham, esq. In Park-place, Regent's Park, aged 84, surgeon, Belmont.pl. Wandsworth-road. Anne, relict of Thomas Lee, esq. of the In Marlborough-place, Walworth-road, Elms, Ringwood, Hants.
aged 48, Richard Prior, esq. surgeon. At Kennington, aged 88, Sarah, widow In Harley-st. aged 74, the Hon. Mariof James Menetone, esq.
wife of Major-Gen. Sir James CockIn Gloucester-st. Regent's Park, aged burn, of Langton, Bart. and aunt to Vis91, Mary, relict of William King, esq. count Hereford. She was the eldest dau.
At Blackheath Park, aged 81, John of George the 13th Viscount, by his cousin
Marianna, only dau. and heir of George
In Hanover-sq. Alex. Macdonald, esq.
Gregory Leeson, of Davies-st. Berkeley DEVON.--Nov. 12. At Devonport, aged square.
74, Johannah, relict of Lieut. John HarDec. 11. In Keppel.st., Russell.sq. rison, R.N. and mother of Garland Har. aged 30, Margaret-Jane, youngest dau. rison, esq. of Devonport. of the late Rev. Thomas Deason, Rector Nov. 13. At Ivebridge, Anne, fourth of Whitworth, Durham.
dau, of the late Thomas King, esq. of Dec. 12. At Homerton, aged 84, Mrs. North Huish. Ann Aldersey,
At Wear Hall, Wear Gifford, aged 89, At Brixton, Anna-Maria-Lucy, dau. of the Rt. Hon. Katharine, dowager CounCharles Williams, esq. of Br:ges.
tess Fortescue, great-aunt to the Duke Dec. 13. At Dalston, Mary. sinn, widow of Buckingham and Chandos, aunt to of John Young, esq. of Romsey, Hants. Lord Nugent and Lord Braybrooke.
Dec. 14. At Hampstead, aged 69, She was the third daughter of the late John Ranicar Park, esq. M.D.
Right Hon. George Grenville, by ElizaIn Cork-st. aged 82, Robt. Hall, esq. beth, daughter of Sir William Wyndham,
In Devonport-st. Hyde Park, aged 83, Bart. was married in 1782 to Hugh Earl James Richard Bolton, esq.
Fortescue, and left his widow in 1841, Dec. 15. In Clarendon-pl. Maida Vale, having had issue the present Earl and a aged 73, Stephen Taprell, esq. late of very numerous family, four sons and seven Marylebone-street, St. James's.
daughters, nearly all of whom survive her. Aged 81, Sir James Williams, of the At Rock Cottage, Dear Bideford, aged Gothic, Kentish Town, and of West
74, Elizabeth-Deacon, widow of John Smithfield, one of Her Majesty's Justices Wilcox, esq. and eldest dau. of the late of the Peace for Middlesex. He was James Hume, esq. of Wandsworth Comknighted April 7, 1894 ; and was senior partner of the firm of Williams, Coopers, At Plymouth, aged 59, Richard John and Co. stationers, West Smithfield, Dobree, esq. London.
Nov. 14. At Cockerham, near SouthAt the residence of Henry Harrison, molton, Gilbert Scott, esq. esq. in Bedford-sq. aged 33, Commander Nov. 15. At Torquay, aged 27, Thomas Walter Kendall, R.Ñ. youngest son of Beedle Brooks, esq. of the Inner Temple, the late Rev. Nicolas Kendall, Vicar of Barrister, and of Warwick Villas, HarrowLanlivery, Cornwall. He was made Lieut. road. May 25, 1841.
Nov. 18. At Dartmouth, aged 88, Rice
Price Higgins, esq.
fourth son of Lieut.-Gen. Sir Augustus
At Exeter, aged 52, ElizaArthur Littledale, esq. of the Bengal Civil beth, dau. of the late B. M. Kelly, esq. Service.
Nov. 23. Susan, dau. of John Garratt, Nov. 30. At Lidlington, aged 86, Har.
esq. of Bishop's Court. riet, relict of Edward Platt, esq. for many Nov. 24. “At Exeter, aged 51, Mrs. years land steward to the late Duke of
Arundel Pearse, widow of Samuel Pearse, Bedford.
of London. Berks.-Nov. 25. At Windsor, aged
Dec. 1. At Teignmouth, aged 24, Anne, 59, W. Keats Griffith, esq.
dau. of Daniel Cave, esq. of Cleeve-hill. Dec. 6. At Cookham, aged 97, Mrs. Dec. 3. At Southfield, Paignton, JaneFleming, relict of Edmund Fleming, esq. Isabella, wife of Thomas Jarvis, esq. late of Cookham Grove. Dec. 7. At Reading, Alexander Fraser late Capt. W. Hamilton, E.I.C.S.
of Peckham, Surrey, and only dau. of the Bayne, esq. formerly of Streatham.
At Torquay, aged 77, Judith, Bucks.--Nov, 8. At Buckingham, widow of the late Haynes Wade Battersby, aged 21, Sarah-Ann, second dau. of Wm.
esq. J.P. of Ballard, co. Westmeath. Stowe, esq. surgeon.
Dec. 9. CAMBridge.-Nov. 12. At Wisbech, liam Rattenbury, esq.
At Stonehouse, aged 42, WilAnne-Josephine, eldest dau. of Captain
Dec. 11. Aged 85, Anne, widow of the Schultz, R.N.
Rev. D. Veysie, Rector of Plymptree. CUMBERLAND.-Lately. Mr. Posthle.
At Exmouth, aged 23, Edith, thwaite, of Kirby, drowned in the Duddon relict of Alfred Gottreux, esą. sands. The fresh water running down Dec, 17. At her brother's residence, the sands had made breaks of water, 20 Exeter, Jane, dau. of Joseph Risdon, esq. feet in depth, down one of which Mr. of Hartleigh, Buckland Filleigh. Posthlethwaite and his horse were carried DORSET. Nov. 6. At Shaftesbury,