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BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND. Where the Torn or City in which the Bankrupt resides is not expressed, it will be always in London or the Neighbourhood. So also of the Residences of the Attorneys, whose names are placed after a [. T distinguishes London Commissions, C those of the country.

Vaughan, T. Chorley, Lancaster, cotton-manu. Gazette-April 27 to May 21.

facturer. [Appleby, Gray's-inn. C. April 27- Beley, J. Birminghain, dealer. [Tur- April 30.--Amiss, J. Bromyard, Hereford, vicuualner, 5, Bloomsbury-snare. C.

ler. (Hilliard, Gray's-ini-square. (. Bleay, J. Marston, Oxfordshire, corn-dealer. [Ro. Bentley. T. and E. Bentley, Leicester, brace-mabinson, 32, Charter-house-square. C.

nufacturers. (Chilton, 7, Chancery.lane. C. Carliell, C. Bury St. Edinunds, Suffolk, carpenter. Cruso, T. Norwich, linen-draper. (Tilbury, Fal[Broinley, Gray's-inn-square. C.

con street, C. Carter, M. Forton-Mill, Southampton, miller. Davis, G. East Stonehouse, Deron, ship-builder.

(Minchin, 8, Verulam.buildings, Gray.inn. C. [Raine, Temple. C. Cole, T. and R. Priest, jun. Norwich, warehouse Green, 1. Birmingham, ironmonger. (Swain, Fre.

men. [Tilbury, Falcon-street, Falcon-square. derick's-place, Old Jewrv. C. C.

Heath, W. Cheadle, Stafford, grocer. (Barbor, Finer, F. Drary.lane, grocer. (Flower, Fenchurch 122, Fetter.Jane. C. buildings, Fenchurch-street. T.

Horsley, J. Newcastle upon Tyne, lioen-draper. Freethy, T. Acton, Middlesex, baker. (Hill, Wel. (Constable, 10, Symond's-inn. Chancery-lane. c. beck.street T.

* Prothers, J. Joumouth, shopkeeper. (Gregory, Mottram, J. Bristol, hop-merchant. (Poole, Gray's. 12. Clement's-inn. C. inn-sgnare. C.

Roxby, R. B. Arbour-square, Commercial-road, Nash, J. sen. Clandon, Surrey, farmer. [Parmer, merchant. (Atcheson, Great Winchester-street. Bed ford-row. T.

T. Smith, A. J. and I. Shepherd, Brierley, Stafford, Surman, F. Crowle, Worcester, maltster. [Wil. ironmasters. [Tooke, Gray's-inn. C.

liams, 9, Lincoln's-ino. C. Smith, R. Frome West Woodlands, Somerset, jnn. Watkins, W. Norton-juxta, Kempsey, Worcester, holder. (Perkins, Gray's-iun. C.

corn-dealer. (Colleit, 62, Chaucery-lane. C.

Wilson, H. Hatton-garden, auctioneer. [Hodgson, Fearman, W. New Bond-street, bookseller St. Mildred's-court. T.

[Gaines, Caroline-street, Bedford-square. T. Woakes, J. Hereford, upholsterer. [Wright, 5, Lawson, P. Bowness-ball, Cumberland, coraHart-street, Bloomsbury-square. C.

factor. [Addison, Verulam-buildings, Gray's. May 4.-Attree, Wm. Brighton, coach-maker. inn, C. [Hunt, Surrey-street, Straud. T.

Parkes, J., J. Parkes, jan. and J. Parkes, War. Hudson, J. Ulverston, Lancaster, victualler. wick, worsted-manufacturers. [Amory, Throg:

[Blakelock. Serjeants-inn, Fleet-street. C. morton street. T. Jones, D. Liverpool, draper. [Blackstock, King's Robinson, W. Halifax,ironinonger. (Wiglesworth, Bench-walk, "Templc. c.

Gray's-ion. c. Jones, L. Deptford-bridye, Kent, grocer. [M'Duff, Smith, J. Wangford, Suffolk, warrener. [Hant, Castle-street, Holborn. T.

5, Surrey-street, Siraud. C. Orme, H. Liverpool, common-brewer. [Adling. Upperton, R. Petworth, Sussex, banker. (Hil. ton, Bedford row. C.

liard, Gray's. inn. c. Rout, J. Whitechaple, linen-draper. [Fisher, Fur Walton, S. Nantwich, Chester, liuen.draper. nival's-inn. T.

[Wildes, Chancery-lane. C. Salmon, J. Canterbury-buildings, Lambeth, coal Worswick, T. Lancaster, banker. [Bell, Bow

merchant. (Harris, Surrey-street, Strand. T. Church-yard, c. Sansom, J. Excter, china-dealer. (Brutton, 55, Broad-street. C.

May 18.-Bramwell, J. Leadenhall-street, hatter. Smith, M. H. Burslem, Stafford, draper. [Wil Brittan, J. Worcester, Jinen-draper. [Poole, 12,

(Mayhew, Chancery-lane. T. liams, 9, Old Buildings, Lincolu's-inn. C. Sykes, J. and J. Hollis, Manchester, iron-dealers.

Gray's.inn-square. C. (Adlington, Bedford-row. C.

Burgess, J, Liverpool, dealer. [Blackstock, 4, Willett, F., E. Willett, and R. Willett, Thetford,

King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. Norfolk, bankers. ' [Blagrave, Symond's-inn, Falkner

, F. Manchester, warehouseman. (Hurd, Chancery-lane. C.

Temple. C.

Goodwin, J. Sheffield, victualler. [Fisher, Tharies. May 7.-Bradley, W. Louth, Lincoln, linen-dra. inn. C.

per. [Handley, 6, Gray's inn-square. C. Hamper, H. Cheltenham, Gloucester, hosier. Griffith, T. Hillmorton, Warwick, victualler. (Vizard, 50, Lincoln's-inn-fields. C.

[Fuller, Carltou chambers, Regent-street, C. Moore, D. Bordesley-iron-works, Warwick, iron. Hewitt, T. Carlisle, draper. [Clennell, Staple's, master. (Swain, 6, Frederick’s-place, Old Jewry. inn. C.

C. Marsh, W. and W. Willatt, Hanley, Stafford, Morris, S. Long Itchington. Warwick, corn-dealer.

earthenware-inanufacturers. [Dax, Guildford (Walker, Exchequer Office of Pleas. C. street. C.

Owen, J. Leadenhall-street, cabinet-inaker. (AshPritchard, J. Rosomond-street, Clerkenwell, car ley, 16, Bucklersbury. T.

penter. [Devey, Dorset-street, Fleet-street. T. Pearson, J. Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stafford, groMay 11.-Ackland, H, and J. Rose, Leadenball.

cer. (Wilson, 9, King's Bench walk, Temple. c. market, provision-merchants, [Daniell, Essex

Rose, J. G. Brompton, dealer. (Pike, New Bos

well.court, Lincoln's-inn-fields. T. street, Temple. T. Bird, I. T. Búry St. Edmund's, Suffolk, butcher.

Stewart, R. King's.street, Cheapside, Scotch-factor. (Sandys, Crane-court. C.

(Shaw, Verulam-buildings, Gray.inn. T. Bosher, I. Norway-place, Hackney-road, timber.

Williams, P. jun. Knightsbridge, draper. (Wilde, merchant. (Hutchison, Crown-court, Thread

College-bill. T. needle-street. T.

May 21.-Blyth, J. Wellington, Salop, draper. Cosser, W. Milbank-street, timber-merchant. [Adlington, Bedford-row. C.

(Sheffield, Great Prescott-street, Goodman's. Breedon, W. and H. Breedon, Raddington, Notfields. T.

tingham, dealers. (Long, Grey's-ipn. C. Cruckshanks, J. Gerrard-street, Elderado sash Collins, J. Vincent-place, City-road, broker, [Fenmanufacturer. [Allen, Carlisle-street, Soho. T.

ton, Austin Friars, Broad-street. T. Dryden, J. Wood-street, Cheapside, warehouse Colsos, W. Plymouth, grocer. (Swain, Frederick's. man. [Adams, Old Jewry. T.

place, Old Jewry. 'T. Ekins, W. sen. St. Ives, Huntingdon, innkeeper.

Dodd, J. and W. Dodd, Kirkoswald, Cumberland, [Long, 4, Holborn-court, Gray's-inu. C.

grocers. (Baltye, 20, Chancery-lane, C. Ely, T. Fenchurch-street. mall-factor. (Daniell, Fowler, J. S. anil A. E. Fowler, Liverpool, merEssex-street, Temple. T.

cbants. [Taslor, John-street, Bedford-row. C. Emett, C. Mangotstielt, Gloucester, quarryman.

Fulton, E. Earl-street, Blackfriars, coal-merchant. [Poole, 12, Gray's-inn-square. C.

[Bowman, Union.court, Broad-street. T. Gainson, J. Gainsburgh, Lincoln, merchant. Gibson, W. and F. Fomm, Triuity-sijuare, corn(Stocker, New Boswell-court, Carey-street. C.

factors. [Parnther, London-street, FenchurchHawkins, J. jun. Glastonbury, Somerset, horse

street. T. dealer. (Adlington, Bedford-row. C.

Hevs, J. Stockport, Chester, draper. [Battye, Pearl, R. Cambridge, cook. [Farlow, Gray's-inn.

Chancery.lane, c. C.

Humphreys, Billesdon, Leicester, draper. Russ, J. Evesham, Worcester, butcher. (Dark, Juplio, 5. Sunderland, "Durham, linen-draper.

(Moore, 8, New-square, Lincoln's-ipu. c. 30, Red Lion-square. C. Schofield, J. Sheffield, merchant. [W'ilson, 16, (Bell, Bow Church-yard, Cheapside. C. Greville-street, Haiton-garden. C.

Kent, T. Kirton-Holme, Lincoln, butcher. (JenTatoer, W. Kent-road, victualler. [Walls, Lower kids, New-inn, C. Thorohaugh-street, Bedford-square. T.

Newton. T. Holbeach, Lincoln, and W. Newton, Vincent, J. Regent-streei, victualler. (Orlebar,

Norfolk, jobbers. (Willis, 3, Warnford-court, George-street, Hanover-square. T.

Throginorton-street. C. Walwyn, R. Wood-street, Cheapside, printer. Penvold, w. Clutton, Somerset, builder. [Burfoot, [Jones, Mincing-lane. T.

2, King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. white, T. Regent-street, white-smith. [Rice, Jer.

myn-street, Piccadilly. T. Whitehouse, B. Dale-end, Birmingham, baker.

SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. (Smith, Basinghall-street. C.

Gazette-May 4 to May 21. May 14.-Benbow, T. Bromyard, Hereford, draper. Paterson, M. and Co. fire-brick manufacturers, (Williams, Lincoln's-ipu. c.

Pori-Dundas, near Glasgow. Collard, W. Rathbone-place, baker. [Corbett, 9, Wilson, D. merchant, St. Andrew's. Bloomslary-square.C.

Walker, R. victualler, Glasgow. Dean, R. W. and T: W. Cooke, Bethnal-green, Richardson, R. merchant, Lochbaben. brewers. [Cranch, Union-court, Broad.street. Robertson, J. and Co. booksellers, Edinburgh. T.

Newham, T. merchant, Glasgow. Devey, H. F., T. Tickell, and J. Saunders, Golds. Malcolin, R. bookseller, Glasgow,

hill, Stafford, iron-manufacturers. (Nortin, 3, Tod, J. and A. merchants, Borrowstoundess. Gray's-inn-square. C.

Gordon, W.cory-merchant, Edinburgh. Daunett, D. Norwich, veterinary-surgeon. (Fen- Imray, 3. stationer, Glasgow. ton, Austin-friars. C.

Peck, S. spirit-dealer, Glasgow.



youngest son of the late Thomas Selby, Esq.

of Bildlestone, Northumberland, to Juliana,
April 18. At the Rt. Hon. Herry Goulborn's,

youngest daughter of the late Major O'Brien, of
Betchworth Park, Surrey, Jirs. Spencer Per-

ceval, a son.

At East Barnet, Sir Thos Whelan of Dublin,
19. Io Upper Wimpole-street, the Rt. Hon. Lady

to Alicia, youngest daughter of Edward Egan.
Amelia Sophia Loyce, a son.

of Ussage-house, Herts.
23. The lady of Dr. Uwins, of Bedford-row, a

at Bail, Major General Sir W. Inglis, KCB.

to Margaret Marianne, eldest daughter of Ma-
25. In Hereford street, the lady of Captain Hat-

jor Gen. Raymond.
ton, RN. a daughter.

6. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Rev.
26. At his house in Lower Brook-street, the lady

George Porcher, Henry Porcber, Esq. of Arling-
of Sir William Duff Gordon, Bart, a daughter.

ton-street, to Sarah, second daughter of Jobn
30. At Uffington-house, near Stamford, the Coun-

Pearse, Esg. of Craig's-court, Charing Cross,
tess of Lindsey, a daughter.

Also the Rev. J. Edwin Lance, to Madeline
May 3. Al Castle-house, Great Torrington, Devon,

Lonisa, only surviving daughter of the late
the lady of A. W. J. Deane, Esq. a daughter.

Jovas Dupree Porcher, Esq of Winslade, Devon.
4. At his Lordships house, in Piccadilly, the Coun-

6. At Halberton, the Rev. J. Eagles, "AM. of
tess of Roseberry, a daughter.

Wadham College, Oxford, to Elizabeth, second
-The lady of the Rt. Hon, Robert Peel, a son.

daughter of the late Henry Manley, Esq. of
5. At his seat, Cuerden-ball, the lady of R. Town.

Manley, near Tiverton, Devonshire.
ley Parker, Esq. a son.

8. At St. Clements Daues, William Wastell, Esq.
6. The lady of A. Trevor, Esg. a son.

of Hunter-street, Brunswick-square, to Agatha
7. At his house, iu Devonshire-street, the lady of

Whalley; youngest grand-daughter of the late
James Alexander, Esg. MP, a son.

Rev. W. Barclay.
9. At Thomas Hotel, Berkeley-square, Mrs.

9. At Bray. Mr. (ieorge Bretton, of Maidenhead,
Lane Fox, a daughter.

to Anna Marin, only surviving daughter of Law.
At Kew-green, the lady of John Bishop, Esq. a

rence Norman, Esq. Mayor of that corporation.

13. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the very
12. In Bernard-street, Russell-square, Mrs. John

Kev. tbe Denn of Carlisle, William Turner.
George Parry, a danghter.

Esq. of the loner Temple, Barristeer-at-Law,
13. At his set, near Exeter, the lady of Alex.

only son of W. Turner, Esq. of Chanel Tvod in
Hamilton Hamilton, E:n of the Retreat in

the county of Dublin, to Maria Elizabeth Frances,
Devonshire, and of Hullerhirst in the county of

daughter of the late John Morris, Esq. of East-
Avr, a son.

ington, in the county of Peinbroke.
15. At Rushall, Wilts, Lady Poore, a daughter.

14. At Marylebone Church, the Rev. Edward Or-
- At the l'icarage, Bedfont, the lady of the Rev.

lebar Smith, Rector of Holcut and Salford, in
Dr. Jones, a daughter.

the county of Bedford, to Julia, daughter of the
20. In Mortimer-street, Cavendish.square, the

late Rev. Thomas Willis, of Bletchley, Bucks,
lady of Colonel Hugh Baillie, a son.

and sister of Jolin Flemming, Esq. MP. for

At Rome, the lady of T. W'. Dickinson, a son.

16. At Hornchurch, Essex, Henry Tweed, Esq.

of Rumford, to Mary Johnson, eldest daughter

of Wasey Stersy, Esq. of the same place.
April 18. By special license, at Maple Hayes, Sir

Willam Amcotts Ingilby, Bart. of Ripley Castle, At Raphoe, the Rev. Hugh M'Neill, AM. Rector
in the County of York, and of Kettlethorpe of Albury, Surrey, one of the Chaplains to bis
Park, Lincolnshire, to Louisa, daughter of John

Excellency the Lord Lieutenant, and son of A.
Atkinson, Esq. of Diaple Hayes, in the County M'Neill, Esq. of Bally-castle, to Anne, daughter
of Stafford.

of the Right Rey, the Lord Bishop of Raphoe.
20..By special license, at All Saints, Hereford,
Richard Jones Powell, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn,

Barrister at Law, eldest son of Richard Powell, At St. Helier's, Jersey, Vâny Passmore, Esg. of
MI). of Bedford-place, Russell.square, to Mar-

London, to Sophia, second daughter of R. B.
tha Clee, only surviving dang hier of the Jale

Poussett, Esq.
Wm. Downes, Esq. of Hinton, uear Here ford.

At St. Omers, A. B. Earnest l'andechont, Capt. of
20. Atittle St. Mary's, Durham, the Rev. Janies

Engineers, in the French service, to Anne
Blackburn, late Fellow of Trinity College, Cam Eunilia Gregorie, second dauzhter of David Gre.
briige, Vicar of Egainford, in the county of

gorie, late inerchant at Dunkirk.
Durham, and of Ronaldkirk, in the county of
York, to Jane, widow of the late Martin Dunn,

Esq. of Durhamn.
23. At Kildale, Edmund Turton, Esq. of Lar April 18. At Southampton, George Tate, Esq. of

pool Hall, in the county of York, and Bradsted Burleigh ball, in the county of Leicester, and
place, Kent, to Marianne, only child of Robert of Longdown, Hants.
Bell Livesey, Esq. of Kildale, in the County of 29. At bis house, in the City Road, Capt. A. F.

Baillie, RN. aged 90.
24. At Southampton, Hants, the Hon. and Rey, At the Herald's College, in his 920 year, Sir

Jaines Nocl, fifth son of Sir Gerard Noel Nocl, I: aac Hearit, Carter Priucipal King at Arms,
Bart. to Caroline Penelope, fifth daughter of the which office he bad filled since April 1784.
late Paul Cobb Methuen, Esq. of Corsham May 2.- Al Wellington, Shiropshire, the Right
house, Wiltshire.

Hon. Lady Eleanor Elizabeth King, daughter
27. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the very of Edward Earl of Kingston, in her 6011 year.

Res, the lead of Carlisle, Georve Rust, Esq. of 5. At his house, in Hill street, Berkeler-square,
Huntingdon, to Sophia, daughter of Henry Pe. in his oth year, the Hon. and most Rev. Wil-
ters, Esit. of Beckworth ('asile, Surrey.

fian Stuart, archbishop of Armaghi, aud Lord
30. At St. Georze's, Bloomsbury, E. C. Wood Primate of all Ireland. His Grace, who was

bridge, Esq. son of J. Woodbridge, Esq. of the fifth, youngest, and last surviving son of
Charlwood Park, Surrey, to Elizabeth, daughter Jobu Earl of Bute, was traoslated froin the See
of Capt. Herbert, of Henrietta-street, Blooms of St. David's to the Primacy of Ireland in De-

cember, 1900. His death was occasiol.ed by a
- at Marylebone Church, by the Rt. Rev. the fatal mistake made by a servant, who delivered
Lord Bishop of Chester, the Rev. Fobert Jor. him a bottle containing some preparation of
ley Master, Av. to Frances, Mary, eldest daugh opium, instead of the medicine intended for
ter of Geo. Smith, Esq. MP. of Selsdon, Surrey, bim. It was swallowed without examination,
May 1. At Sunning, Berkshire, William Ward and so powerful was its effect, that although

Heathcote, youngest son of the late Rev. C. T. medical aid was almost immediately obtained,
Heathcote, DD. to Elizabeth, youngest daughter it was too late to prove of the least service.
of the late James Burton, Esq.

6. From the bursting of a blood vessel, Lieutenaut
2. At Marylebone Church, William Selby, Esq. George Carey, of the 20th regt. Bengal Native

Infantry, son of Richard Carey, Esq. of New. 20. In child-bed, Mrs. Anna Nelson Hoost, eldest
market, in his 20th year.

daughter of Mr. Turnerelli, the sculptor.
7. In his 19th year, Samuel James, eldest son of
Mr. D. V. Riviere, of Cirencester-place, Fitzroy-


The Rev. Dr. Thomas O'Bicrne, Lord Bishop og
In Palteney-street, Bath, the Rev. William Meath.
Haverfield, in his 73d year.

At his house, in Ratland-square, Dublin, his
8. At Long's Hotel, Bond-street, aged 57, Mat Crace the Archbishop of Cashel.

thew Russell, Esq. MP. of Bruncepeth-castle,
in the County of Durham.

At the house of her son-in-law, Bryanston. At Tours, in France, aged 19, Mary Jane, cldest
square, Sarah, relict of Samuel Virgin, Esq. of daughter of Henry Bache Thornhill, Esq:
Weymouth-street, and of the island of Jamaica. At Valparaiso, aged 22, the Chas. Legge,

At Hampstead, in his 29th year, Dr. John Lieut. of his Majesty's ship Conway.
Fraser Clarke, of the Royal East Middlesex Mi At St. Petersburgh, Dr. James Leighto, jan. of

an inflammation of the lungs.
9. At Langley, Bucks, Elizabeth, second daugh. At Cape Town, on his passage from India, Lieut.
ter of Maurice Swabey, fsq. DCL..

Col. John Stuart Jordan, of the 10th Re:zt. Bom-
10. At Poplar, in his 46th year, Robert Glenny, bay Infantry, and of Kelso, in Roxburghshire,
Esq. Lieutenant RN.

after 20 years of important services, during
Ai the house of Major Sneyd, Upper Brook which lie obtained the repeated thanks of the
street. Licut.-Colonel Brownrig.

Governor-General, medals and other distinc-
11. In Burton Crescent, Margaret Augusta, the

wife of Mr. Delacour.

At Paris, aged 80, the celebrated Abbé Sicard, Di.
13. At East Malling, Kent, in her 88th year, Mrs. rector of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb.
Elizabeth Norris, daughter of Jolin Norris, Esq. At Spanish Town. Jamaica, Frank Thompson,
formerly of Hempstead, in the same county, Esq, only son of the late Jaines Thompson, MP.
and grand-daughter of the Right Hon. Sir John for Evesham; in his 26th year.
Norris, Vice-Admiral of Great Britain.

At Berhampore, in the East Indies, Captain Thos
In Charlotte-street, Bloonisbury, aged 56, Binny, of the lith Light Dragoons.
Capt. Charles Warden, many years Commander At Brussels, La Comtesse de Bathe Chanoinesse,
of a ship in thc Jamaica trade.

only sister of the late and aunt of the present
At Northwood Rectory, the Rev. Thos. Dalton, Sir James de Bathe, Bart.
DD. Rector of Carisbrook and Northwood, in At Murat, Major General Hardyman, brother to
the Isle of Wight, and of Harting, in Sussex, Captain Lucius Hardyman, RN. CB. who so
aged 88.

gallantly supported the honour of the British
- At Milton-house, near Peterborough, in her Flag in the capture of the French frigate, La

75th year, after a protracted illness, the Countess Force, off the Sand's Head.
Fitzwilliam. Her Ladyship was Charlotte Pon, At St. Vincent, Audrew Rose, Esq. Secretary Re-
sondy, youngest daughter of William, second gister.
Earl of Besborough, and his lady, Caroline CA. At Bombay, at the house of Alex. Bell, Esq. Mem.
vendish, cldest daughter of William, third ber of Council. Thos. Morris Keale, Esq. Judge
Duke of Devonshire.

and Magistrate of Surat, by whose death the
15. Aged 62, Charlotte, wife of Samuel Welch, Hon. Company has lost, an able and upright
Esq. of Bromley Common, Kent.

serrant, and his relatives and connexions a most
47. At Woodland Villa, near Bath, Hugh Smythe, valuable friend.

Esq. third son of the late Sir Edward Smythe, At Benares. Major William Blake, of the 13th
Bart. of Acton Burnall, and Mary, daughter of Regi. of Native Infantry, Bengal.
Hugh Lord Clifford. In 1803, Mr. Smythe, At Paris, Robert Burton, Esq. of Hothain and
married Lucy, second daughter and co-heiress North Care, Yorkshire, late Member for lerer-
of the late Edward Sulyarde, Esq. of Haugbley. ley, and eldest son of General Cbristic Burion.
Park, Suffolk.

At Sea, Captain Thos. Borradaile, of the Hon. E.
17. In his 70th year, William Mierle, Esq. of Col. India Company's ship Inglis, after a long ill.
lier's Wood, Surrey.

ness, i ith which he was attacked on leaving
18. At Burton Hall.'Yorkshire, in her 25th year, China.

Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Rev. On his journey to Bangalore, whither he was pro.
C. Wyvill.

ceeding for the benefit of his health, Sir Samuel
19. In her 36th year, Mary, the lady of Thomas Toller, Knt. Adrocate General of Jadras.

Belt, Esq. of New Boswell-court, Barrister at Thomas Burxh, Esq. of the county of Kildare,

and Mr. Watkins, drowned by beiay upset in a
- At Windsor, aged 82, Mrs. Hunter, mother of storm, in the Bay of Naples. Mr. B. was nearly

H.L. Hunter, Esq. of Beechhill, Berks, and of related to the Earl of Blessington, and to the
Sir Claudius Hunter.

Earl of Clancarty.

The Rev. Johu Thomas, instituted by the Bishop bridge, presented by the Master and Fellows of
of London, to the Vicarage of Great Burstcad, in that society, to the Rectory of Lawforj, in Essex,
the County of Essex.-The Archbishop of Dublin vacant by the death of the Rev. W. Wood.- The
(Dr. Beresford) is adranced to the Primacy of Rev, H. C. Crespigny, collated by the Lord Bishop
Ireland; the Bishop of Raphoe, Dr. Magee, will of Norwich, to the Vicarage of Neatishead, ra.
be Archbishop of Dublin: the Bishop of Dowoc cated by the death of the Rev. A. Barwick.
becomes Archbishop of Cashel; and Archdeacon CAMBRIDGE.--At a full congregation, May 17,
Bisset is to be Bishop of Downe.-The Rev. W. a grace passed the senate to present a petition to
Upjohn. instituted to the Vicarage of Bynham, the House of Lords against the Roman Catholic
Norfolk, on the presentation of T. 'T. Clarke, Esq. Peers' Bill.-The Rev. George Palmer, MI. Fel.
- The Rev. T. Hill, MA. of Trinity College, Cam. low of Jesus College, presented by the Master and
bridge, presented by the Dean of Lincoln to the Fellows of that Society, to the Rectory of Harlton,
Vicarage of Chesterfield, vacated by the death of in Cambridgeshire, vacated by the death of the
the Rev. G. Bossley.-The Rev. W. Vaux, MA. Kev. Dr. E. D. Clarke.
late Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, appointed OXFORD. -The venerable C. Daubeny, Ba.
Chaplain to his Grace the Lord Archbishop of chelor of Civil Law, sometime Fellow or New
Canterbury, in the room of the Rer. C. Lloyd, DD. ('ollege, now Fellow of Winchester, and Arch.
Regius Professor of Divinity.-The Rev. W. B. deacon of Sarum, created Doctor in Civil Law,
Whilfeld, BD. Fellow of St. John's College, Cain. by a decree of convocation.

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