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of the 11th Light Dragoons at the battle Jan. 14. At Crediton, aged 29, Elias, of Waterloo, and accompanied Lord Ma. tbird son of D. Tremlett, esq. of Hollacartney in his embassy to China in 1792. combe.
Bucks.--Jan. 6. At Great Brickhill, Jan. 15. At Torquay, aged 63, Charles aged 90, the relict of the Rev. Hugh Stewart, esq. of Londonderry. Davies, perpetual curate of Linslade.
Jan. 16. 'At Dowland, aged 89, Dame Jan. 18. At Datcbet Rectory, aged Elizabeth Kimp, late of Pewson. 69, Eleanor, relict of John Richards, esq. At Exmouth, aged 84, Elizabeth Sophia,
Jan. 22. At Alscot, near Prince's Ris. relict of Luder Hoff ham, esq. borough, Matilda, wife of John Evans Jan. 19. At Teignmouth, aged 51, Tarrant, esq.
Susan, relict of Capt. Wm. Bartlett. At Gawcott, aged 29, Augustus Frede. Jan. 20. At Heavitree, aged 87, Lieut.. rick, youngest son of the late Rev. Wool. Col. South, late of H.M. 20th Foot. ley Leigh Bennett, Rector of Water Strat Jan. 25. At Haslar Hospital, aged 59, ford and Foxcote.
Paymaster and Purser William Pullen Jan. 29. At the Bury, Chesham, aged Browne (1808), who was invalided from 65, Harriett-Wilson, widow of the late and the Canopus, 84, at Lisbon, a few weeks mother of the present William Lowndes, since. He has left a large family. esq. of that place.
At Exmouth, Harriet Jane, wife of CAMBRIDGE.-Jan. 25. Aged 62, William Scoones, esq. of Tonbridge. George Fordham, esq. Odsey House, near Aged 19, Marcella-Elizabeth, youngest Royston,
dau. of the Rev. John Templer, Rector of
At Rosabella, Totnes, aged 22, Char-
Maria, widow of the Rev. William Hole,
Feb. i. At Hurdshield House, Maccles. At his residence, Albermarle Villas,
Jan. 31. At Torbrien, aged 80, the
Feb. 3. At Lympstone, aged 29, Au. At Bowden, Emily, eldest dau. of the gusta, relict of Capt. J. M. Macdonald, late Sir Samuel Young, Bart.
and only dau. of John Adney, esq. CORNWALL.-Jan. 25. Eliza, youngest Feb. 4. At Exmouth, Catharine, relict dau. of John N. R. Millett, esq. of Pen- of W. G. Kirkpatrick, esq. zance.
At Roystone House, Churchstanton, at Jan. 28. At Lemon House, Truro, an advanced age, Miriam, wife of John Louisa-Bowen, wife of W. P. Kempe, esq. White, esq. D.L.
At Herbier House, Penzance, aged 24, Feb. 5.“ At Plymouth citadel, aged 56, Miss Bruen, dau. of Col. H. Bruen, M.P. Alicia, wife of Col. Oldfield, K.H. Aidefor co. Carlow.
de-Camp to her Majesty, and commanding Jan. 29. At Truro, Mr. J. L. Kirk. officer of Royal Engineers. ness, surgeon, a member of the Town DORSET.-Jan. 12. At Sherborne, Council. He was in the prime of life, aged 55, Edw. Thos. Percy, esq. auctioneer, and enjoyed the most extensive practice in land-agent, &c. many years Deputy Prothe county.
vincial Grand Master of Freemasons, for Jan. 31. At Saltash, Eliza-Johnstone, Dorset. dau, of the late Henry Raye, esq. and Jan. 20. At Creekmoor, near Poole, grand-dau, of the late Col. Johnstone, of aged 85, Ann-Seymer, widow of Mr. the 61st Reg.
Samuel Yeatman, of Belchalwell, and sis. DERBY. Jan. 13. At Bradley Hall, ter of the late William Dolling, esq. of Lucia-Elizabeth, relict of Wm. Tyson, esq. Chettle.
Feb. 4. At Derby, Antonietta, wife of Jan. 21. At Weymouth, Elizabeth. W. Eaton Mousley, esq.
Lucretia, wife of Sir W. L. George Tho. Devon.-Jan. 13. At Butterley Iron- mas, Bart. She was the daugbter of works, near Alfreton, aged 71, George Richard Welch, esp. and bad issue three Goodwin, esq.
sons and three daughters.
At Blandford, aged 85, John Good, Jan. 12. At Cheltenham, aged 65, esq. late of Gussage St. Michael.
Margaret-Hudson, widow of the Rev. W. Jan. 25. At Parkstone, Poole, aged A. Pruen, Vicar of Snitterfield, Warw. 17, Miss Franke, niece of Rear-Admiral At Bristol, aged 84, William Humphris, Browne.
esq. late Governor of Bristol Gaol for upAt Sherborne, aged 82, Miss Spratt. wards of 44 years.
Jan. 26. At Poole, aged 87, Michael Jan. 13. At Doughton, aged 50, Charles Bushel, an old seaman, believed to be the Dyer, esq. architect, of Guilford-st. Lonlast survivor of the crew saved from the don, and late of Park-st. Bristol, a mem. wreck of the Royal George, sunk in 1782, ber of the Institute. His principal works at Spithead.
are to be found in Clifton, near Bristol, Jan. 27. At Blandford, aged 80, Ri. and must have been noticed by all who chard Worsley, esq.
visited that beautiful locality, especially Jan. 29. At Beaminster, of influenza, the “Victoria Rooms,” which display a Mr. Wm. Tucker, late of Exeter, aged 85; Corinthian portico of large size, admirably and on the 30th, his wife, aged 80 ; also well studied. The Bishop's College, a on Feb. 3, Mrs. Mary Sanger Denziloe, Gothic building near the latter, was also aged 59, their daughter,--all interred at built by him, as were Christ Church, one time.
Clifton, Bedminster new church, the Fe. Jan. 31. At Hook House, aged 64, male Orphan Asylum, and some villas in Ann, relict of Samuel Rawlins, esq. the neighbourhood. He had two churches
Durham.-Jan. 13. At Gainford, aged and a school in hand at the time of his 80, Miss Ano Wharton.
death. Jan. 16. At Newby's Grange, aged Jan. 14. At Witcombe rectory, aged 59, Marianne, relict of Lieut.-Col. Cook 82, Mary, relict of Charles Brandon Trye, son, of Neasham Hall. She was the esq. F.R.S., of Leckhampton Court, and daughter of David Stephenson, esq. of sister to the late Samuel Lysons, esq. Newcastle.
F.R.S., V.P.S.A., and the Rev. Daniel Essex.-Jan 3. At Saffron Walden, Lysons, F.R.S. and S.A. She was left a in his 720 year, Charles Baron, esq. who widow in 1811, having had a numerous had been celebrated for many years, far family. and wide, as an amateur florist. His re Jan. 16. At Bristol, Eliza, dau. of the markable correctness made him an exem- late Wm. Rhodes Bernard, esq. of Ja. plary judge, and the Cambridge Horticul- maica. tural Society awarded him on engraved At Cheltenham, aged 67, Isabella, wife medal for his offices in that capacity. of George Twining, esq. of Kew. He was a man of great taste, was a trus Jan. 17. At Clifton, Phæbe, relict of tee to the charities of the town, a town Capt. Holmes, of Glenpanore, co. of Cork, councillor, and one of the earliest pro. Jan. 18. At Cheltenham, aged 85, moters and a trustee of that noble insti. Anne, widow of Sir John M. Hayes, Bart. tution, the Museum of Natural History. M.D. Physician to H. M. forces in North His life was brought to a close by a pain. America. She was the eldest daughter of ful disorder, which he bore with remark. Henry White, esq. one of the Council of able fortitude. He was the last in a di. New York, was married in 1787, and left a rect line of a family several centuries widow in 1809, having had issue the prelocated in the town of Saffron Walden, sent Sir Thos. Pelham Hayes, Lady Fitzand was followed to the church by the wygram, and other children. whole of the corporation and most of the Jan. 20. At Cheltenham, Elizabeth, respectable inhabitants of the town. youngest dau. of the late Rev. Pryce
Jan. 19. At the rectory, Foxearth, Maurice, Rector of Clyyn and Vicar of aged 26, Rosalind, wife of the Rev. J. Towyne, Merionethshire. Foster.
Jan. 21. At Cheltenham, aged 75, Jan. 20. At Chadwell rectory, aged James Corry, esq. A poet himself, he 71, Elizabeth, relict of T. N. Elwyn, esq. was the intimate friend and companion of surgeon.
Tom Moore, the bard of Erio. He was Jan. 21. At Feering, aged 15, James one of the famous brotherhood of “ Kil. Charles Drummond, the only son of Capt. kenny Boys," and mixed largely in the Adam Augustus Drummond, of the Hon. events which took place in Ireland pre. E. I. Co.'s service.
ceding and at the time of the Union. He Jan. 30. At Chigwell, aged 50, James was sometime clerk to the Linen Hall, Weddell Bridger, esq. of Aldgate.
Dublin, and enjoyed, to his death, a pen. GLOUCESTER. - Jan. 6. Aged 75, Ri. sion of 8001. granted on the abolition of chard Sandys, esq. of Slade Lodge, near that office. Stroud.
Jan. 22. At Nailsworth, aged 53, Annis, wife of Adrian Stokes, esq. and eldest dau. Jan. 24. At Pitt House, near Romsey, of the late Geo. Rolph, esq. of Thornbury. aged 70, W. Goffe, esq.
Jan. 25. At Cheltenham, aged 77, At Fremantle Park, near Southampton, Thomas Dade Beaty, esq. late a commo- aged 86, Dame Julia Hewett, relict of the dore in the Hon. E. J. Company's service. Right Hon. Gen. Sir George Hewett,
Jan. 28. At Cheltenham, aged 83, Ed. Bart. G.C.B. She was the dau. of John mond Thomas Waters, esq.
Johnson, esq. of Blackheath; was married Jan. 30. At Wotton-under-Edge, aged to Sir George Hewett in 1785, and left 15, John B. H. Burland, eldest son of his widow in 1840, baving had issue the J. B. H. Burland, esq. When out shooting, present Sir George Henry Hewett and a his brother's gun exploded, lodging the numerous family, who are enumerated in contents in the calf of his leg. His death our vol. XIII. p. 539. ensued three days after.
Jan. 26. At Cowes, in the Isle of Lalely. At Eastington, in her 100th Wight, aged 42, Robert William Eames, year, Mrs. Hannah Howell, relict of Wm. esq. Howell, of that place, having had 14 chil- Lately. At Fareham, Mrs. Franco, dren, and leaving numerous grandchildren, relict of Jacob Franco, esq. late of St. great grand-children, and great-great. James's sq. and Gerard's Cross. grandchildren.
At Bisbop's Waltham, aged 77, James Feb. 1. At Cheltenham, Priscilla, relict Phillipps, esq. of Lieut.-Gen. Richard Bingham, of Aged 69, Elizabeth, widow of James Bingham's Melcombe, Dorsetshire. Her Ruffin Blake, esq. of Birchmore, I. W. maiden name was Carden, and she was At Hythe, near Southampton, in her related to Sir John Carden, of Temple. 90th year, Mary, relict of Capt. Jas. more, co. Tipperary, Bart. She was left Irvin, R.N. a widow without issue, in 1829, her hus. Feb. 2. Aged 22, Robert, second son band bequeathing his estates to her for of John Edward Burne, esq. of Southsea. life. They now devolve to bis nephew Feb. 5. At Southampton, John Goater, Capt. Richard Hippesley Bingham, of the esq. E. I. Co.'s Service.
Feb. 7. At Homestead, Lymiogton, Feb. 2. At Clifton, Harriet, wife of aged 68, Lieut.-Col. Joseph D'Arcy, late Wm. Humfrys, esq. solicitor, Hereford of the Royal Art. K.L.S." He entered as
Feb. 3. At Kingswood, near Wotton- 2d Lieut. 1795, attained the brevet raok under-Edge, aged 69, Harriet, wife of the of Major 1813, and Lieut.-Col. 1816. In Rev. Mr. Griffiths.
1818 he received permission to accept the Feb. 4. At Hyde-court, near Stroud, second class of the order of the Lion and oged 66, Miss Rachel Ludlow,
Sun, conferred for his conduct when in Hants.--- Jan. 13. At Southampton, the actual service of the Shah of Persia. aged 9, Julia-Loveday, youngest dau. of HEREFORD.--Lately. At Hereford, the late Lieut.-Col. Edward Mundy aged 73, J. Woodhouse, esq. Wood, and grand-dau. of John Durant, At Hereford. Harriet, wife of Mr. esg. of Poole.
Wemyss, of the Hereford Journal, and Jan. 14. At Gosport, aged 78, Anna- dau. of the late Mr. Skrine, Bath. Maria, relict of Capt. T. B. Young, R.N. At Hereford, aged 92, R. Robinson, who died Feb. 27, 1846. (See Vol. XXV. esq. p. 442.)
At Hereford, aged 78, Mary-Ann, relict Jan. 15. At Southsea, Elizabeth, of T. Cotes, esq. M.D. widow of John Duval Lloyd, esq. of the HERTS.-Jan. 16. At Hertford, aged East India House.
85, Finnetta, relict of the Hon. Baron Jun. 16. At Lymington, aged 45, Pen. Robert Dimsdale, of Camfield Place. She sin Bonham, esq. Iate Capt. 16th Lancers, was the dau. of Charles Pye, esq., of eldest son of Gen. Bonham, of Great Wadley House, Berks, by Anne, dau. of Warley Place, Essex.
Edw. Mainwaring, esq. of Whitmore, Jan. 20. At Farnborough Hill, aged 74, Staff. She married, in 1794, Robert Harriet, widow of Sir Charles Thomas Baron Dimsdale, who died in 1825, and Palmer, Bart. of Wanlip Hall, Leicester leaves issue two sons, the present Baron shire, who died in 1827. She was the and Mr. C. J Dimsdale. dau. of Sir Wm. Peperell, Bart, and was Jan. 17. At Baldock, Robert Invemarried in July, 1802. She was mother rarity, esq. surgeon. He had operated of Sir George Joseph Palmer, Bart. two on a patient on the 9th inst. and the matother sons, and three daughters.
ter affected a small scratch on bis finger, Jan. 23. At Winchester, aged 83, which caused his death. He has left a Mrs. Mary Blackstone, dau. of the late widow and five children. Rev. Charles Blackstone, Fellow of Win. Jan. 26. At Bushy, near Watford, chester College.
George Anderton, esq.
Feb. 3. At Watford, Charlotte, wife Every, esq. Deputy-Lieut, and Magistrate of James Howard, esq.
for Kent, second son of Sir Edward Every, KENT.—Jan. 9. “At Sittingbourne, Bart, of Egginton Hall, Derbyshire. He Helen, dau. of the late Sir Alexander married in 1813 the only dau. of William Jardine, Bart. of Applegarth, co. Dumfries. Osborne, esq. formerly of Old Park,
Jan. 11. At Gravesend, aged 25, Feb. 4. At Bromley, aged 76, William Catherine-Leigh, younger dau. of the late Peete, esq. F.L.S. late of Dartford. Rev. Richard Symonds Joynes, D.D. Feb. 5. At the house of her step-dau. Rector of Gravesend.
Miss Caroline Lacey, Windmill-street, Jan. 13. Aged 83, W. C. Shepherd, Gravesend, aged 57, Mrs. Sophia Lacey, esq. eldest son of the late Julius Shep widow of the Rev. Henry Lacey, and herd, esq. of Faversham.
eldest dau. of the late John Sing, esq. Jan. 16. Aged 76, William Randall, Bridgenorth. esq. of Milton, Gravesend, late of Bea At Bromley, at a very advanced age, Mrs. consfield.
Alice Jeffreys, formerly of Rochester. Jan. 19. Aged 89, Edward Penfold, Feb. 8. 'At Spring Grove, aged 53, esq. of Loose-court, near Maidstone. Alex. Brymer Belcher, esq. of Spring
Jan. 24. At Tonbridge Wells, aged Grove, Pembury, and King's Arms-yard. 80, Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Lancaster. - Jan. 20. At West Der. J. Whitaker, Vicar of Pembury.
by, aged 37, Ann-Elizabeth, wife of J. Jan. 27. At Tunbridge Wells, aged 8, Hegan, esq. of Liverpool, and dau, of the Robert, only son of the late Major. Gen. late John Waterhouse, esq. of Halifax, Robert Home, C.B., Madras Inf.
Yorkshire. At Herne Bay, Frances-Isabella, young Jan. 23. Aged 76, John Gordon, esq. est surviving dau. of the late Sir S. Eger- of Liverpool. ton Brydges, Bart. of Denton-court, near Jan. 29. At Liverpool, aged 65, Wil. Canterbury..
liam Thornhill, esq. a member of the On board the “Poictiers," ordinary Town Council, and formerly a sugar-baker guard-ship, at Chatham, on which ship in partnership with Mr. Wood, late M.P. he was commander, Comm. Wm. Has for Preston, and now chairman of the well (1830). He was one of the veterans Board of Excise. He was a native of who bore a share in the battles of the Great Longstone, co. Derby, his father, first of June and Trafalgar.
Mr. Robert Thornhill, being clerk to the Jan. 28. At Ramsgate, aged 86, Eli. magistrates for the hundred of High zabeth, relict of Christopher Tennant, Peak, and was educated chiefly at Dronesq. of that place.
field school. Before the passing of the Jan. 30. At Park House, Sydenham, Reform Act, he took an active part in the aged 62, James W. Southgate, esq. He elections of Liverpool, and on the passwas originally a floor-cloth manufacturer, ing of the Municipal Reform Act was in Fleet-market, Newgate-street, and Lon- elected one of the first Town Councillors. don-road, Southwark; but changed his Leicester.—Jan. 6. At Burton Hall, business to that of a book-auctioneer, for Anne, wife of the Rev. Latimer Harper, which profession, from his literary habits Rector of Catthorpe. and general intelligence, he was excellently Jan. 9. At Lutterworth, aged 61, qualified. He met with considerable suc- John Tebbs, esq. formerly of Gilmorton. cess in bis calling ; and had for some LIncoLN.-Feb. 5. At Louth Park, time relinquished it in favour of his son. aged 81, George Holland, esq. He was formerly a member of the common MIDDLESEX.-Jan. 23. At Twickencouncil for the ward of Farringdon ham, aged 67, Col. Algernon Disney, only Within.
brother of Jobn Disney, esq. of the Hyde, Jan. 31. At Sevenoaks, aged 5), James Essex. He was the younger son of the Gellatly, esq. M.D. for more than 20 Rev. John Disney, D.D. by Jane, eldest years a highly respected practitioner in daughter of the Ven. Francis Blackburne, the borough of Southwark.
Archdeacon of Cleveland. He was placed Feb. 2. At Lewisham, aged 67, Capt. on half-pay as Capt. of the York Hussars William Kennedy, formerly of the 3d Feb. 28, 1805. Royal West India Rangers.
At Stanwell, aged 34, Elizabeth-Wheeler, Aged 74. Anne, relict of Peter Nou. second dau. of the late John Collier Ward, aille, esq. of St. John's, Sevenoaks, and esq. formerly of Lechlade, and latterly of second dau. of the late William Wood Hounslow, surgeon. gate, esq. of Summerhill, Tonbridge.
Feb. 2. At Castle Hill Lodge, Ealing, At Tonbridge Wells, Lucy, dau. of Sir aged 60, Mary, the wife of Capt. F. A. Thomas Gage, Bart, of Hengrave Hall, Wetherall, R.N. Suffolk, and aunt of the present Baronet. At Stanmore, aged 42, Joseph Soames,
Feb. 3. At Old Park, aged 66, John esq. late of Park-st. Grosvenor-square. Gent, Mac. VOL. XXIX.
Feb. 3. Aged 52, Harriet, eldest day dayof the late Dr. Thompson, M.D. of of Joseph Turner, esq. of Sanbury, and Worcester. formerly of New Bopd-street.
Salop.-Jan. 19. At Cleobury Mor. MONMOUTH.-Jan. 22. At Sellers. timer, aged 85, John Fox, esq. (late of brook, Dear Monmouth, aged 67. Major the firm of Fox and Southam). He was Charles Marriott. He received tbe local the father of the legal profession, baring rank of Major in the East Indies, 4 June, been in practice upwards of 64 years. 1814.
Jan. 18. Aged 73, Jobo Fryer, esq. of Jan. 29. At Usk, Alexander Jones, esq. Kingslow.
NORFOLK.--Jan. 9. Aged 63, Elizabeth, Jan. 19. At Much Wenlock, aged 15, wife of Henry Bence Masoo, esq. of the Humphrey Hinton, esq. town-clerk of White House, Werebam.
that borough. Jan. 17. Aged 64, James Taylor Mar- SOMERSET.-Jan. 9. At the residence gitson, esq. of Ditehingham House. of her sister, Mrs. Wintle, Bath, Lucy,
Jan. 23. Mary. Elizabeth, eldest dau. relict of W. Raspini, esq. of the late James Brownson, esq. of the Jan. 10. At Bratton Court, Minehead, Chantry, Norwich.
aged 79, the widow of Francis Pearce, esq. At Scanning, aged 65, Ann-Margaret, Jan. 11. At Bath, aged 79, John Pavin, wife of the Rev. P. Du Val Aufrere, Rector. esq. formerly of Milford Haven, and once
Jan. 24. Aged 29, Harriette, wife of of Bombay. E. S. D. Long, esq. solicitor. of Norwich. At Pilton, aged 79, Anne, wife of Henry
At Yarmouth, aged 18, Elizabeth, wife Smith, esq. many years a linen merchant f Capt. Larke, R.X.
of Bristol. Jan. 30. At Norwich, aged 26, Hannah, Jan. 12. At Bath, aged 35, Eliza, wife of Arthur Tawke, esq. M.D.
eldest dau. of the late Š. Trounce, esq. NORTHAMPTON.-Jan. 10. At North- R.N. of Blackheath. ampton, Caroline Anne, youngest dau, of Jan. 13. At Batheaston, aged 48, the late John West, esq. of Banbury. Sophia-Mary-Ann, only dau. of the late
Jan. 12. At Brackley St. James, aged Thomas Walters, esq. 32, Edward Yates Gee, esq.
Jan. 15. At Bath, aged 65, Elizabeth, Jan. 16. At Northampton, aged 81, dau. of the late Rev. J. T. Frowd, of Emmeté, relict of Joseph Freeman, esq. Cbicklade. late of Pedmore Hall, Worcestersbire. Jan. 17. At Bath, Miss Ahmuty,
Jan. 17. At Kettering, aged 73, Maria, sister of the late Col. Ahmuty. relict of John-Capel Rose, esq. of Cransley. Jan. 23. At the residence of her son,
Jan, 18. At Rothwell, aged 97, Ann Mr. Thomas Kirwan Bult, Taunton, aged Letts. She had three daughters and seven 78, Hannab, relict of Lieut. James Bult, eons, and the total number of her children, R.N. who fought under Nelson, and for grandchildren, and great-grandchildren whose services the deceased enjoyed a amounted, at her death, to 153. Her pension to her death. eldest son is now of the age of 71, and re- Jan. 25. At Colins Hars, near Bruton, sides at Liddington.
aged 37, Henry Ludwell Dampier, esq. Jan. 30. At Kettering, Sarah, wife of eldest son of the late Rev. John Dampier, William Gibbon, esq, surgeon.
of Colins Hays. Feb. 4. At Farthinghoe Lodge, Brack. Jan. 31. Aged 61, Ann, wife of John lev, aged 33, Skynner George Woodroffe, Bisdee, esq. of Hutton, and Hutton Park, esg. eldest son of the late George Wood. Van Diemen's Land. roffe, esq. of Chiswick, Middlesex.
At Timsbury, aged 67, William CoxNOTT9,- Jan. 10. At Newark, aged 57, eter James, esq. for upwards of 40 years Elizabeth Hannah, wife of James Anders, a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant of the e q. of Newark.
county of Somerset. OXFORD.-Jan. 9. At Banbury, aged STAFFORD.-- Jan. 19. At Swinfen 77. Mary, widow of Joseph Pain, esq. of Hall, of influenza, Susan, wife of Henry that place, and relict of W.R. Wykeham, Swinfen, esq. and only dau. of Sir Thomas esq. of Thame Park and Swalcliffe House.
Durrant, the first Bart., of Scottowe Hall, She was previously Miss Hughes, and was Norfolk, by Susannah, eldest daughter of the second wife of Mr. Wykeham, who Hambleton Custance, esq. of Westoo, in died in 1800.
the same county. She was married in 1795. Jan. 11. At Banbury, aged 67, Thomas SUFFOLK.-Dec, 25. At Southwold, Gardner, esq.
aged 13, Frances Georgiana, third dau. of Jan. 15. " At her residence, aged 77, F. W. Ellis, esq. R.N. of Hill house, Mrs. Frances Fend ll, dau. of the late Southwold, and grand-dau. of the late John St vens, esq. of Kensington.
John Luxford, esq. of Salisbury. Feb. 4. At the rectory, Wootton, near Jan. 6. Aged 78, Jane, relict of the Woodstock, aged 83, Elizabeth, eldest Rev. Henry Wakeham, Rector of Ingham,