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years commencing with the season of year; The Origin and Importance of 1800. On the first of Oct. he made his Life, at Northampton, and at Carshal. first bow to a London audience, in the ton, for the Royal Humane Society, characters of Acres in the Rivals and
Christian Politics, or the Origin Crack in the Turnpike-gate.
of Power and the Grounds of SuborHis correct delineation of the numerous dination, at Northampton 1792; The characters which he successively assumed Sin of Wastefulness, at St. Vedest, Fosin play, farce, and opera, made him an ter-lane, 1796; Deliverance from our universal favourite. His Fluellen, Me- Enemies, at the Thanksgiving, 1797 ; nenius, Polonius, Pistol, Sir Andrew The Faithful Soldier and True Chris. Aguecheek, Sir Hugh Evans, and many tian, and The Miseries of Rebellion others, were evidences of the soundness considered, two sermons at Northampton, of his judgment and versatility of his 1798; The Difference between the talents.
Death of the Righteous and the Wicked, Mr. Blanchard was twice married, and illustrated in the instances of Dr. Samuel had several children. His health, neither Johnson and David Hume, esq. before benefited by poverty, misfortune, nor seek- the University of Oxford, 1806. ing means to forget them, had been for some April 15. At Stoke, Plymouth, the time impaired. On the Tuesday previous Rev. Robert Turner, M.A. to his death, he dined at Hammersmith, April 20. At Lopen, near Crewkerne, and about 6 in the evening quitted his aged 85, the Rev. John Templeman. friends for his residence at Chelsea. On April 21. Aged 67, the Rev.J. Flockton, his
way, he must have had a fit and fallen Vicar of Shernbourne, Norfolk, to which into a ditch, from which it appears that he was collated in 1831, by the Bp. of Ely. he could not extricate himself until nearly April 24. Aged 67, the Rev. Thomas 3 o'clock in the morning. On the day Mears, Rector of All Saints' and St. Lawafter, he got up and shaved himself, but rence's, and Vicar of St. John's, Southin the course of the evening was visited ampton. He was of Wadham college, by another severe fit, which was succeeded Oxford, M. A. 1792. He had performed by one on the Thursday, still more violent, bis clerical duties in Southampton for and on the following day he died. His upwards of forty years; but was preremains were interred in the burial- sented to the livings by the Lord Changround of Chelsea New Church, attended cellor, in the year 1817. The rectory of to their final resting-place by his youngest All Saints will in future be held distinct son, aged 15; Mr. Fearman, his son-in- from that of St. Lawrence. law; his brother-in-law, Mr. Harrold; April 26. At Teignmouth, aged 76, the Mr. Fisher, father of Miss Clara Fisher; Rev. George Fortescue, Rector of St. Mr. W. Evans, Mr. Thomas Grieve, Mellion, and St. Pennick, in Cornwall, Mr. Drinkwater Meadows, Mr. F. Mat- to the latter of which churches he was thews, Mr. Warner, and Mr. Tilbury presented in 1789, and to the former in All the members of the dramatic corps 1793. He was of Merton College, Oxwould, from the high esteem they enter- ford, B.C.L. 1785. tained for poor Blanchard, have attended April 27. At Thorpe, Surrey, aged 66, his obsequies, had not his own particular the Rev. John Leigh Bennett, Vicar of relations wished the ceremony to be per- that parish. He was of Braze-nose formed as privately as possible. He was college, Oxford, M.A. 1796 ; and was fortunately a very old member of the Co- presented to Thorpe in 1806, by the vent-garden Theatrical Fund, and hence Lord-Chancellor. The death of his his widow will receive for life an annuity youngest son is noticed in p. 101. of 401. per annum.
April 29. At Antingham, Norfolk, There is a portrait of Mr. Blanchard (found hanging in his school-room) the in the European Magazine for July 1817. Rev. John Hubbard, Vicar of Little Hor
stead, to which Church he was instituted CLERGY DECEASED.
in 1823 on his own presentation.
The Abolition of the Slave as Curate of that extensive parish.
Chislehampton, co. Oxford. Hesurvived May 21. At Grassby, co. Lincoln, aged five days his great-grandson, J. Wither. 50, the Rev.Wm. Hutton Wilkinson, Vicar ington, only son of the Rev. John Wi- of that parish and Kirmington. He was tberington Peers, Curate of Old Shore. of Trin. coll. Camb. B. A. 1811, as 17th ham. He was of Merton Coll. Oxford, Senior Optime, M.A. 1814; was preM.A. 1770, D.C.L. 1778; was pre- sented to both his livings in 1812, to sented to both the churches above named Grassby by Mrs. Wilkinson, and to Kirby C. Peers, esq.
mington by Lord Yarborough. April 30. At Clare Hall, Hants, aged May 27. At the rectory, Bangor, aged 76, the Rev. Andrew Sharp, Vicar of 75, the Rev. Maurice Wynne, LL.D. of Bambrough, Northumberland, to which Llwyn, co. Denbigh, the last male descendChurch he was presented in 1792 by the ant of the house of Gwydir. He was of trustees of Lord Crewe's charity.
Jesus coll. Oxf. B.C.L. 1790, D.C.L. May 2. At the residence of his mo- 1798; was presented to the vicarage of ther, Lexden, near Colchester, aged 36, Great Wenlock in 1793 by Sir W. W. tbe Rev. Harvey Buwtree, of Gorleston, Wynne, Bart, to Bangor in 1798 by P. L. Suffolk. He was of Trin. coll. Camb. Fletcher, esq. and to the chapelry of OverB.A. 1815, M.A. 1818.
ton in the same year by Earl Grosvenor. May 4. At Newark upon Trent, aged 65, the Rer. William Bartlett, Vicar of
DEATHS. Newark and East Stoke. He was the
LONDON AND ITS VICINITY. grandson of John Bartlett, esq. formerly Feb. 5. Aged 90, retired commander of Cortin Denham, co. Dorset, and an al. John Maver, R.N. derman of Bristol. He was of St. John's April3. At Woolwich, aged 15, crushed coll. Oxf. M. A. 1814, and was presented under a great iron roller which was being in the same year to Newark by the King, drawn by fifty boys, Mr. Onslow, a cadet and to East Stoke by the Dean and of the Royal Military Academy. Chapter of Lincoln. He has left a large May 6. At Avenue-road, Regent'sfamily.
park, aged 65, Rear-Adm. John Mason May 4. Aged 63, the Rev. Charles Lewis, on the superannuated list. He Child, Rector of Overton Longueville, served as a Lieut. of the Queen 98, in Hants. He was of St. John's coll. Camb. Howe's action of June 1, 1794; afterB D. 1811; was for several years Curate wards commanded the Snake sloop of of Thiselton in Rutlandshire; and was war; and obtained post rank, Jan. 1, presented to Overton Longueville in 180). He was for many years a Com1826 by the Earl of Aboyne.
missioner of the Navy, successively reMay 6. At North Meols, Lancashire, sident at Antigua, Bermuda, and Malta. the Rev. Gilbert Ford, Rector of that May 12. At Winchmore-hill, aged 28, parish. He was of Wadham coll. Oxf. William Charles Haynes, esq. only son of M. A. 1798; and was presented to his the late Wm. Haynes, esq. of Kibworth living in 1798 by Ford, M.D. Harcourt, Leic.
May 9. At Craike, Durham, aged 55, May 16. At Kensington, aged 72, Mr. the Rev. Powell Colchester Guise, Rector Richard Harris, formerly printer of The of that parish, and Vicar of Elmore and Sun newspaper, and for many years clerk Longney, Glouc. brother to Sir John and publisher of The London Gazette. Wright Guise, Bt. K C.B. He was of May 18. At Bernard-st. aged 22, LaunChrist Church, Oxford, M.A. 1804 ; was celot, fourth son of John Barrow, esq. of presented to Craike in 1818 by the late Wedmore, Som. Bishop Barrington, to Elmore by his May 20. Aged 17, Caroline-Georgiana, brotber, and to Longney by the Lord eldest dau. of Francis Willes, esq. of Chancellor. He married Oct. 13, 1808, Gloucester-place. Maria, second dau. of Nathaniel Clifford, May 22, At Camberwell, aged 80, Caof Frampton Court, co. Glouc. esq. and therine, the wife of J. Ward, esq. had issue William- Christopher, who died May 23. At Saville-row, aged 80, RoFeb 2, 1834, æt. 22, and other children. bert Snow, esq. of the house of Messrs. May 20.
At Freckenbam, Suffolk, Snow and Paul, bankers, Temple Bar. aged 51, the Rev. Samuel Tillbrook, Rec- At Clapham-common, aged 83, Mary, tor of that parish. He was formerly Fel
widow of 'Ebenezer Maitland, esq. low of Peterbouse, Camb. where he May 25. In_Sloane-st. Sarah, wife of graduated B.A. 1806 as 6th Senior the Rev. T. R. Wrench, Rector of St. Optime, M.A. 1809, B.D. 1816. He Michael's, Cornhill, was presented to Freckenham by his col- May 29. At Denmark-hill, Ann, wife lege in 1829, and married on the 15th Dec. of Wm. Manfield, esq. that year, Frances fourth dau. of John May 30. In Devonshire-place, aged Ayling, esq. of Tillington, Sussex.
45, George Thornton Bayley, esq. of the CORNWALL.—May 21. At Shillingcivil service on the Bengal Establishment. ham, Henry-Spry, fourth son of the late
May 31. Aged 81, J. A. Myers, esq. Edward Bennett, esq. of Exeter, and first Secondary in the Remembrancer's grandson of the late Rev. William Spry, office.
Rector of Endellion. June 2. In London-street, Fitzroy- Lately. At Penzance, J. Armstrong, square, Sarab, widow of Capt. W. Story. esq. late Major 5th Dragoon Guards.
June 3. At Walcott-place, Lambeth, DERBY.—May 16. At Edensor, Floaged 74, John Rush Cuthbert, esq. rence, sixth daughter of the Rev. R.
June 4. At Clapham, aged 17, Emilia- Smith, and sister to Mrs. Airy, of the Sophia, third dau. of J. Thornton, esq. Observatory, Cambridge.
June 6. In the Wandsworth-road, At Hayfield, aged 104, Aaron Ashton. aged 75, James Denison, esq. founder He was born in a cottage on the estate of and father of the Commercial Traveller's Aspenshaw, and he recollected going to Society.
Manchester with his father, in 1745, to June 8. In Green-st. Grosvenor-sq. see the rebel army. At the age of 20 he aged 87, G. W. Smyth, esq.
enlisted, and was a soldier for 28 years; Aged 90, R. Fisher, esq. of Alders. and at the battle of Bunker's Hill regate-street and Mitcham.
ceived a wound from the same shot which In Hertford-st. May-fair, aged 5, Cra- wounded Major Shuttleworth, of Hetherdock Trevor Zacchia, youngest child of sage. Within a few months of his death Benjamin Hall, esq. M.P.
this old patriarch continued to walk about, June 10. In Park-place, Regent's. and enjoyed good health and all his faculpark, John Eames, esq.
ties nearly to the last. At Clapham, in her 86th year, Marga- Devon.--May 18. At Exeter, aged ret, relict of Andrew Van Yzendoorn, 72, John Neave, esq. second son of the late esq. of Mount-row, Lambeth, and for- Sir Richard Neave, and brother to the premerly of Rotterdam. Also June 12th, sent Baronet. He was formerly Judge at in Burton-crescent, aged 23 years, Fre- Tirhoot and Chief Judge of Benares, derick Herman Arnold Bicker Caarten, both in Bengal. He married Sept. 9, esq. her grandson, eldest son of the late 1789, Catharine, dau. of Col. Smith of Adrian Herman Bicker Caarten, esq. Ireland, by whom he had issue three dau.
June 1l. At the house of her son-in. and three sons: Anna-Frances; Carolinelaw, the Rev. Josiah Pratt, in Finsbury- Mary, married in 1919 to the Rev. Wm. circus, aged 87, the widow of J. Jowett, Cookson, Vicar of Hungerford; Eliza, esq. of Newington.
married in 1817 to John Milford of June 14. At Saville-row, Margaret, Exeter, esq.; John, Judge and magistrate widow of T. Brent, esq.
at Allyghur in Bengal; Robert, magisJune 23. At the house of her son- trate and collector of revenue at Delhi; in-law Mr. Baron Alderson, Caroline, and Edgar. widow of the Rev. Edw. Drewe, of
At Hall, in the parish of Broad Hembury, Devon.
Bishop's Tawton, aged 82, Charles ChiBERKS. ---June 2. Mr. P. B. Dalton, chester, esq. for many years an active and of St. John's college, Cambridge. Ac. intelligent Justice of the Peace in this companied by his elder brother, Mr. C. county. Browne Dalton, Fellow of Wadham coll.
At Ilfracombe, William Oxford, he ascended the Thames from Shepherd, esq. eldest son of the late SaEton in a two-oared boat, and on arriving ville William Shepherd, esq. of Coxside, at Maidenhead Weir, proceeded to bathe Plymouth. in the pool near Boulter's Lock. While DORSET.-May 8. At Parnham, Lt. swimming within a short distance of one Oglander, of the Scots Fusileer Guards, another, the younger brother suddenly youngest son of Sir W. Oglander, Bart. became exhausted, and sank, in spite of and grandson of the Duke of Grafton. the utmost exertions of the elder, and when
At Sutton, Tichborne his body was recovered, life was extinct. Doughty, only son of Edward Doughty,
CAMBRIDGE.- May 29. At Cambridge, esq. of Upton House, near Poole, Dorset. in her 82d year, Mrs. Pearce, widow of Lately. Near Weymouth, Lieut.-Gen. the Very Rev. Dr. William Pearce, Powell, of the E. I. Co.'s service. Dean of Ely, eldest dau. of the Rev. June 3. Aged 6, Florence-Lucy-HutWalter Sercold, of Cherrybinton, chinson, youngest twin daughter of the
Lately. At Queen's College, Cam. Rev. Ralph Hutchinson Simpson, M. A. bridge, after a short illness, aged 22, Was- of Trinity coll. Cambridge. tel Brisco, esq. youngest son of Sir Essex. June 14. Anthony Merry, Wastel Brisco, Bart. of Crofton Hall, esq. of Dedham-house. Cumberland,
HANTS.—May 13. At Ryde, aged 18, SOMERSET.-- April 25. At Bath, Maj.. Elizabeth Sophia, last surviving child of Gen. Sampson Freeth. Appointed Lt. the late E. Percival, M.B. of Bath. illth foot 1794, Capt. Liverpool reg.
May 21. Susannah, the wife of H. 1795, in 26th dragoons 1796, Major 1800, T. Timson, esq. of Tachbury Mount. in 96th foot 1807, brevet Lieut.-Col.
May 28. At Cowes, the Right Hon. 1808, Major 2d W. I. Regt. 1808, h. p. Mary dowager Lady Kirkcudbright, wife 15th' foot 1809, Col. 1814, and Majorof Robert Davis, esq. R.N.
Gen. 1825. He was for some years June 6. At Southampton, aged 74, Inspecting Field Officer of the Liverpool James Byrn, esq.
recruiting district. Herts.-May 21. At Pishobury, aged May 22. At Bath, aged 58, Mary, wife 78, Rose, only daughter and heiress of of J. H. Hele Phipps, esq. of Leighton the late E. Gardiner, eşq. of Pishobury, House, near Westbury, Wilts. and widow of J. Miles, esq.
At the house of her brother HUNTINGDON.—May 19. At Kim- the Rev. John Bayley, at Chilthorne bolton, Susanna, widow of Cha. Cutfield, Domer, aged 66, Ann Bayley, dau. of the esq. of Midhurst.
late B. Bayley, esq. of Keyford, near KENT.—May 23. At Ramsgate, aged Frome. 73, Mary, widow of C. Pratt, esq. of May 28. At Bath, Sarah-Eliza, widow Tottenham.
of Lieut.- Col. Noble, 67th reg. May 27. At Tunbridge Wells, Do- May 30. At Crowcombe, aged 52, rothea, relict of R. Scott, esq. of Lichfield.
William Bucknell, esq. May 30. Charles-Anna, wife of Col. June 2. At Bath, Mrs. Mary-Anne H. Cuyler, District Paymaster, Chatham. Curteis, sister-in-law to Tristram White
June 3. Aged 51, J. Webster, esq. ter, esq. M.D. and first cousin to the late of Shoulden-house, near Deal.
E. J. Curteis, esq. M.P. for Sussex, of
At Ipswich, Dame Mary Bate Dudley, relict of Rev. aged 52, Louisa, wife of the Rev. J. T. Sir Henry Bate Dudley, Bart. She was Nottage, Rector of St. Helen's and St. the 2d dau. of James White, esq. of Ber- Clement's. ral, co. Somerset.
June 2. At Chelsworth, Ellen, second June 7. At Tunbridge Wells, aged dau. the late H. S. Pocklington, esq. 56, Major-General F. Hepburn, late of of Tyrllandwr. the 3rd regiment of Foot Guards.
June 14. At Ipswich, aged 90, J. CobJune 9. Joseph Foster, esq. of Brom- bold, esq. of Holywells, near that town. ley, a distinguished Member of the So- SURREY.-Feb. 21. At Croydon, Jociety of Friends, and the indefatigable seph Bordwine, esq. Professor of Forticoadjutor of Joseph Lancaster, in the fication to Addiscombe college. cause of popular instruction.
May 28. At the house of his sister LANCASHIRE.—June 2. At Belle-vue, Mrs. Henry Wyndham, near Ripley, near Liverpool, J. Philips, esq. Lieut. aged 34, Lieut.-Col. Charles Henry soR. N. eldest and only surviving son of the merset, Lieut.. Col. of the 1st Dragoons, late Job L. Phillips, esq. of Mayfield, nephew to the Duke of Beaufort. He near Manchester.
was the 2d son of the late Lord Charles MIDDLESEX.- June 12. Aged 83, John Somerset, by his first wife, the Hon. Eli. Harvey, esq. of Teddington.
zabeth Courtenay, sister to the late Earl NORFOLK. May 26. At Norwich, of Devon. aged 90, Barnabas Leman, esq.
June 1. At Thorpe-place, aged 33, June 7. At Narford-ball, in his 65th Frederick Leigh, the youngest son of the year, Andrew Fountaine, esq.
late Rev. J. Leigh Bennett; whose death NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. May 26. At is recorded in our present number, p. 98. Guilsborough-hall, Mary, wife of W. June 2. At Addlestone, near Chert2. L. Ward, esq. and heiress to the late sey, Charlotte, widow of Andrew WilWoodford Lambe, esq. of Addington. son Hearsey, Lieut.-Col. E. I. service.
Oxon.—May 15. At Launton, aged June 5. At Unsted-wood, near God83, Bridget, wife of the Rev. Dr. alming, aged 58, Hutches Trower, esq. Browne, Prebendary of Wells and Rec- June 7. Aged 73, Francis Paynter, tor of Launton.
esq. of Denmark-hill. May 20. At Oxford, Sarah, wife of June ll. At Kingston-on-Thames, James Adey Ogle, esq. M.D. leaving a aged 92, Ann, widow of G. Roots, esq. family of nine young children.
surgeon. May 22. At bis brother's at Heading- Sussex. ---April 19. At the Rectory, ton, aged 57, W. H. Whorwood, esq. a Petworth, aged 79, Ann, widow of John Commander R.N. (1808).
Sims, M.D. of Wimpole-street.
May 18. At Newick Park, Frances Ochterlony, granddaughter of the late Sir Sophia, youngest daughter of J. H. Sla. David and sister to Sir Charles Ochter. ter, esq.
lony, Bart. June 4. At Hove, near Brighton, aged Lately. At Ulva House, Lieut.-Col. 48, the Chevalier Peccio.
Charles M'Quarrie, formerly of 42d HighJune 5. At Brighton, aged 75, Sarah, landers. wife of P. W. Thomas, esq. of High- IRELAND.-April 6. At Longford, bury.grove.
Cornet Charles Jones, 14th light drag. June 9. At Brighton, aged 63, J. Jen- June 14. At his residence near Ra. kinson Lanyon, esq. of East Bourn. heny, the Honourable Judge Vandeleur,
WARWICK.-Lately. In his 90th year, third Justice of the Court of King's John Inge, esq. of the Charter House, Bench. He was called to the Bar in near Coventry.
Trinity Term 1790. As a Judge he was WILTS.—May 15. At the Asylum, an ornament to the Bench; his duties Chippenham, in his 96th year, Phillip might truly be said to have been perTownsend. This old man served in the formed with sound judgment and strict campaign with the Marquis of Granby impartiality, whilst his urbanity of manand Lord George Sackville, and well re- ners and dignified deportment, commanded membered the circumstances of the battle respect from all who witnessed his deci. of Minden in 1759.
sions. May 24, Aged_65, Mary, widow of Lately. Pierrepoint Oliver Mitchell, William Powell Bendry, esq. of Castle esq. Grand Treasurer of Freemasons in House, Calne.
Ireland. WORCESTER.—June 10. At Malvern, At Abbeyleix, Capt. H. Oulton, late Louisa Augustus, wife of the Rev. Fran- 29th regt. cis Duncan, of Alcester, eldest daughter At Fermoy, Lieut. Metcalf, 95th regt. of Col. Ellrington, 47th Regt.
East INDIES. - Jan. 24. In camp at York.-May 19. Aged 63, At Shef- Narekalapully, near Hydrabad, aged 30, field, Elizabeth, relict of the Rev. John Capt. W. Boucbier Coxe, 43d reg. Ma. Grant, sister of Dr. Ayre, of Hull; dras Native Infantry, Deputy- Assistant having only six days survived her brother, Quarter-master-general of the Northern Thomas Ayre, esq. who died at King's Division of the Army, and fourth son of Lynn, on the 13th, in his 65th year.
the late Rev. R. Coxe, of Bucklebury June 5. At the house of his uncle vicarage, Berks. G. W. Tireman, esq. at Conisborough, Lately. At Madras, George Tyler, in his 20th year, Staniforth Cattley, of esq. brother of Adm. Sir Charles Tyler, Queen's College, Oxford, the eldest son G.C.B. nephew to the late Lords Dacré of the late Thomas Cattley, esq. of York. and Teynham.
June 7. Aged 60, the lady of William WEST INDIES.- Feb. At the Ba. Watson, esq., of Scarborough, brother to hamas, Lieut. Brennan, of the 2d West Sir Frederick Watson, Master of the India Regiment, shot through the head King's Household.
in a duel with a brother officer. WALES.-Lately. At Duffrin, near Fish- March 23. In Jamaica, in the prime of guard, South Wales, aged 96, Captain J. life, Alexander Francis Tannachie Tul. Morgan, R.N. This veteran officer was loch, esq. son of Francis Tulloch, late wounded at the Battle of the Nile, wbile Major of the 10th or Inverness Militia, standing by the side of the immortal grandson of Alexander, the last of the Nelson.
Lairds of Tannachie, of that ancient ScoTLAND.-Jan. 24. At Edinburgh, name and family in the county of Moray. Capt. Frazer, b. p. 3d W. I. regiment. A fire having broken out on the property
March 28. At Edinburgh, aged 64, of his uncle, John Simpson, esq. he reJohn Fyffe, esq. retired Capt. R.N. He paired to the spot, and on suddenly retirwas made Lieut. 1782, Commander 1798, ing from a falling rafter, fell into a mass in which year he commanded the Cyclops of burning hot Huid, and was so burnt troop-ship in the expedition to Quiberon. that, after lingering in agony for nearly For bis services in the Egyptian cam- four days, he expired. paign he received a gold medal from the March 26. The Rev. Valentine Ward, Grand Seignior. In command of the General Superintendent of the Wesleyan Reindeer 18.gun sloop be captured se- Missions in the West Indies, and Chairveral privateers in the West Indies, and man of the Jamaica District. He entered fought a gallant action with two French the ministry in the year 1801. brigs, each of nearly equal force with the ABROAD. --Jan. 31. At Callao, aged Reindeer. He was niade Post in 1807. 22, Lieut. W. R. Drummond, of his Ma.
June 9. At Porto Bello, near Edin- jesty's ship Satellite, youngest son of burgh, aged 22, Miss Charlotte A. M. Gen. Sir Gordon Drummond.