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Kept at the Observatory of the Naval Academy, Gosport.
USDAUNDays of the Month.
Phases of the Moon.
Max. Min. Med.
Rain In Inches, &c.
30.2813012 30200) 48 30159 31.23 30 13 30-180 59 045 30.12 30.08 30.10) 53 1.5 30:20 30:16 30 180 69 CO 61:5
30 08 29.97 30-025 72 62 67 30.12 2990 29-99 | 68 31 59.5
30.22 30 18 30 200 63 52 60 ( 30 06 29-08 20:020 09 53 61
30.11 30.1030.10569 49 59
30 10 30.09 30.09.5 10 48 54 16 30-20 30:16 30.180) 66 55 00:5 30-14 30:14 30 140 67
55 61 30 17 30.13 30.150 C9 53 61 30-19 20:10 30 145 60 52 59 30-02 29 9 30.000 65 49 57 29-93 2990 29 915 65 54 53:5 29.91 29 89 2991059 55 57 23-91 29-65 29.780 65 55 60 29:44 20:30 29370 66 52 59
29.64 294 29-5-001 49 55 20 30-05 29.77 20:9106) 44.52-5 127 30-30 30 20 30-250 59 50 54.5
30 30 30.24 30-270160 50 55
30:13 30 04 30 035 61 44 52-5 30 29.94 29-8429-89062 48 55
N to SW
30 30 29 30 31 042 72 44 58.71 621 50.6 65.5
2419 28 2 10 11 12 6 35 1083
THERMOMETEX ( Minimum
The observations in each line of this Table, under Barometer, Thermometer, Wind, and Rain, are for a period of 24 hours, beginning at 8 AM.
RESULTS. BAROMETER | Maximum...... 311-30 September 27th, Wind NE.
Minimum-..... 29-30 Do. 21th, Do. NE, Range of the Mercury ·
1.10 Meao barometrical pressure for the Month
..... 30-0-0 for the lunar period, ending the 14th instant... ........ 800772 for 14 days, with the Moon in North declination ........... ... 30.137 for 15 days, with the Moon in South declination ....
29-988 Spaces described by the rising and falling of the Mercury
5.229) Greatest variation in 24 hours ....
0:470 Number of Changes, caused by the variations in the Weight of the Atmosphere....
21 720 Sept. 5th and alth, Wind Sw.
44 Do, 26th and 29th, Do. N. and NE. Range......
28 Mean temperature of the Air
5077 for 30 days with the Sun in Virgo...... 60-30 Greatest variation in 24 hours.......
20.00 Mean temperature of spring water at 8 AM.......... 55:54
DE LUC's WHALEBONE HYGROMETER. Greatest humidity of the Air..
....... 95° in the evening of the 16th. Greatest dryness of Ditto
............ 32 in the afternoon of the 18th. Range of the Judex .
.......... 63 Mean at 2 o'clock PM.
506 - at 8 Do... AM.
...... 62:1 - at 8 Do... PM.
65.5 of 3 observations each day at 8, 2, and 8 o'clock ... 59-4 Evaporation for the month...
6.33 inches. Rain, with the cause near the ground.......
1.685 Ditto with ditto 23 feet high
1620 Prevailing Winds, NE.
A SUMMARY OF THE WEATHER. A clear sky, 3; fair, with various modifications of clouds, 16; an overcast sky without rain, 7; forgy, *; rain, 31-Total, 30 days.
12 A SCALE OF THE PREVAILING WINDS.
OBSERVATIONS ON THE WEATHER,
FOR SEPTEMBER, 1822. Vaval Academy, Gosport.
This month has been unexpectedly dry, grated the same day, making their stay considering that three of the last four in this neighbourhood 22 weeks. This phases of the moon happened near mid-day; may be considered as an early departure of a circumstance that generally indicates very the swallow tribe : but they had undoubted. wet weather for that period : the rain, how. ly felt the sudden transition in the constiever, may have been more frequent and tution of the atmosphere beyond the artifi. heavier in a less northern latitude than this cial heat of that at the earth's surface. The is, where the moon had a greater influence fall of the decaying foliage has also occurover the earth's atmosphere. Nearly three- red sooner than usual, by means of so early fourths of this month's rain fell here at and a summer as we experienced lasta sum. near the time of the autumnal Equinox, mer in almost every respect fruitful beyond when a depression of one inch of mercury average productions, and which has comwas observed in the barometer. The month pletely filled the lap of autumn. During having been fair for field labour, and there the latter part of the month, the prevailing having been but 34 inches of rain during NE winds caused a great evaporation-on the last two months, the arable lands will the day and night of the 19th, not less than therefore be found in a proper state for half an inch evaporated by the influence of early sowing.
the sun, and a brisk NE gale. A considerable reduction took place the The atmospheric and meteoric phæno. latter part of the month in the mean tem- mena that have come within our observa. perature of the air, in consequence of the tion this month, are 3 paraselena, 3 solar rains and cold easterly gales—and there and 3 lunar halos, 16 meteors; lightning were two or three slight hoar frosts before in the evening of the 14th, and distant sunrise. The average temperature is 41° thunder in the afternoon of the 17th; and lower than that of September, 1821. 9 gales of wind, or days on which they have
At the latter part of the month about 5 prevailed, namely, 3 from NE. 3 from E. or 600 swallows assembled here, and mi. and 3 from SW.
DAILY REMARKS. Sept. 1. A fair day with Cumuli; and a clear sky 15. A continuation of the easterly gale, with by night.
light rain in the morning : PM. fine and calm at 2. Sunshine, with Cirri and Cirrostratus : a little intervals. rain, and a gale from SW. by night
16. AM. fair, with Cirri and nascent Cumuli : a 3. Fair, with the lighter modifications of clouds: clear sky in the afternoon; and a thick fog and one paraseline, and a small lunar halo in a pas. much dew by night. sing bed of Cirrostratus in the evening.
17. A fair day : distant thunder in the afternoon; 4. A sunny day, and plumose Cirri, &c.; an over- and the clouds richly coloured at sunset : 2 small cast sky after sunset, with wind and light rain. meteors appeared in the evening. 5. Overcast, and a brisk gale froin SW., and the 18. Fair, with a brisk NE. gale: a clear sky by
lostratus clouds very low : light raiu in the night. night.
19. As the preceding day and night: a very great 6. AM. an overcast sky, and a little licht rain : evaporation took place during the last 24 hours. PM. fair and calm : 2 small meteors and some 20. Fair, and a continuation of the gale from the dew in the night.
east; and 2 meteors to the southward in the eren7. Fair, with prevailing Cirri, which passed to ing: the night as the preceding and some dew. Cirrostratus in the night: 7 ineteors in the even- 21. Fair, with descending ('irri, &c. and a brisk ing, some of them with long trains, which re- easterly wind : overcast with Cirrostratus by night. mined visible about three seconds of time after 22. An incessant rain throughout the day, and a the bodies were extinct.
gale from NE.: overcast by night. 8. AM. overcast : PM. showery and fine: the 23. Av. foggy early, succeeded by variable moon rose with a large halo around her, preceded winds, and an overcast sky: PM. steady rain, and by 2 meteors.
a sinking barometer. 9. Mostly overcast with attenuated Cirrostratus, 24. Overcast in the morning : PM. beavy rain. and a brisk westerly wind: much dew in the night, 25. Light rain early in the morning : afterwards and a change of wind to NW.
cloudy and finc. 10. Fair with Cirri aud Cirrostratus : PM. most- 26. Fair, with a brisk NE. breeze, and a cold ly a clear sky.
night, the thermometer having receded to 44o. 11. Overcast with low clouds nearly all day and 27. As the preceding day: cloudy by night. night, and a brisk gale from SW.
28. A fair day: cloudy and light rain by night. 12. Fair, with clouds at intervals, and a NE. 29. Afue day, and thunder clouds about sunset : wind: overcast by night.
paraselenæ and a faini luuar halo appeared at 8 13. AM. overcast with undulated Cirrostratus : AM., when a low Stratus was observed in the adPM. cloudy and fine, and a brisk gale from NE. joining fields.
14. A continuation of the yale, with passing beds 30. slight hoar frost before sunrise, followed of Cirrostratus by night, from which several clec- by a fair day, with nascent Camui: a clear sky trical discharges appeared to the southward. by night.
BANKRUPTS IN ENGLAND. Where the Town 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. Gazette-Sept. 28 to Oct. 22. Hulton, w. jun. Chowbent, Lancaster, money. Sept. 28.-Everth, J. Pinners-hall, London, mer.
scrivener. [Adlington, Bedford-row. c. chant. (Martindale, Bedford.place, Russell.
Watson, G. Rock-lodge, Durham, corn-mer.
chant. (Meggison, Verulam-buildings, Gray'ssquare. Ť.
ino. C. Lacey, R. Lyncombe, Somerset, builder. (Ad. lington, Bedford-row. C.
Oct. 19.-Buckley, J. Hollingreave, York, woo!. Martin, J. Oakham, Surry, wheel-wright. [Wal. len-cloth.manufacturer. (Brundrett, Temple. ter, Mitre-chambers, Fenchurch-street. T.
C. May, W. Wellington-place, Goswell-street, baker. Cayine, J. jan. aud T. B. Watts, Yeovil. Somner. (Dacie, Palsgrave-place, Temple. T.
set, spirit-merchants. (Chilton, 7 ChanceryMusson, V. Stamford, Lincoln, baker. (Wilkin. lane, C.
son, 13, New North-street, Red Lion-square. T. Chainbers, C. Steel.yard, Upper Thames-street, Spencer, W. Swansea, Glamorgan, paper-maker. ironmonger. [Colé, Ave Maria-lave. T. [Price, 1, Lincoln's-inn. Ci
Clarke, G. D. Martin's-lane, Cannon-street, merOct. 1.-Butcher, W. Sutton in Ashfield, Notting
chant. (Dodd, Billiter-street. T. ham, mercer. (Hall, New Boswell-court, Carey
Day, J. Fenchurch-buildings, merchant. (Lane,
Lawrence-Pountvey-place. T. street. C. Hart, S. G. Harwich, Essex, merchant. (Saun
Durham, J. 10, lower Shadwell-street, butcher. ders, 112, Upper Thames-street. T.
(Keeling, 23, Tokenhouse yard. T. Lane, ". Alderton, Gloucester, cow and cattle
Middleton, w, Liverpool, tea dealer. (Chester, dealer. (Bousfield, Chatham-place, C.
3, Staple-inn. C. Martio. J. Ockham, Surry, wheel-wright. [Wal.
Mills, O. Warwick, wine-merchant. (Charsley, ter, Mitre-chambers, Feochurch-street. T.
Mark-lane. T. Middleton, J. T. Stone, Stafford, coach-proprietor.
Salmon, S. Regent-street, stationer, (Fielder, [Barbor, 122, Fetter-lane. c.
Duke-street, Grosvenor-square. T.
Weaver, E. Bristol, iroumonger. [Poole, Gray's. Oct. 5.-Allwood, C. Walcot, Somerset, confec. inn-square. C.
tioner. (Stephen, 38, Broad-street-buildings. C. White, W. B. Strand, draper, [Gates, 38, Cat. Bradford, G., and A. Paradice, Bristol, brokers. eaton-street. T. [Williams, Lincoln's-inn, C.
Wood, J. Bishopsgate-street-without, grocer. Franceys, S., and T. P. Liverpool, marble-masons. (Collins, Spital.square. T.
(Adlington, Bedford-row. C. Herbert, T. jun. Great Russell-street, Blooms.
Oct. 22.--Birkett, R. Liverpool, dealer. [Black
stock, King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. bury, auctioneer. (Hewitt, Tokenhouse-yard, Lothbury. T.
Blackband, G. Gnosall, Stafford, grocer. (Hicks, Jacks, T. Bishopsgate without, four-factor. [l.ee,
Gray's inn square. C. Three Crowns-court, Southwark. T.
Childe, R, Little Stretton, Salop, blacksmith, Oldfeld, R. 5. Kingston-upon-Hull, merchant.
[Thomas, 6, Barnard's-inn, Holborn,'c. (Shaw, 18, Ely:place, Holborn. c.
Cuming, a. Whistones, Worcester, draper. (Holt, Palfrey, w. Hinckwick, Gloucester, farmer,
Threadneedle-street. T. (Pritchard, Earl.street, Blackfriars. c.
Evill. L. Walcot, Somerset, money.scrivener. Tye, E. Sibton, Suffolk, farmer. (Woodhouse,
[Potts, Serjeant's-inn Fleet-street. C. '11, King's Bench-walks, Teinple. C.
Fox, J. Bath, grocer. [Potts, Serjeant's-inn,
Fleet-street. C. Oct. 8.-Gray, J. Kingston, Surry, linen-draper. Gregson, W. Kingston-upon-Hull, linen-draper,
[Reardon, Corbet-court, Gracechurch-street. T. (Chester, 3, Staple-inn.' c. Howarth,J.c. Bristol, dealer. (Adlington, Bed- Hewlett. J. Gloucester, cabinet-maker. (King, ford-row. C.
11, Serjeant's-inn, Fleet-street. C. Webber, J. Bath, Somerset, currier. (Makin. Kewer, J. Little Windmill-street, Golden-square. son, Middle Temple. C.
carpenter (Howard, Took’s-court, Carey-st. T. Oct. 12.-Burrow, T. Kendal, Westinoreland,
Leyland, R. Liverpool, soap-boiler. [Blackstock, grain and meal merchant. [Addison, Verulam
King's Bench-walk, Temple. C. buildings. C.
Wilson, E., and P., Methley, York, maltsters. Johnston, J. Tooley.street, Southwark, grocer.
[Walker, Exchequer-office, and 29, Lincoln's.
inn-fields. C. (Smith,
17, Austin-friars. T. Pearson, T. Walford, Stafford, maltster. [Har.
vey, 43, Lincoln's-inu-fields.' C. Wheeler, J. jun. Abingdon, Berks, grocer. (Nelson, Essex-street, Strand. C.
SCOTCH SEQUESTRATIONS. Yates, G. Eccleshill, Lancaster, dealer. (Clarke, Chancery-lane. C.
Gazette-Sept. 21 to Oct. 22. Yates, w. Blackburo, Lancaster, dealer. (Clarke, Taylor, J. and Sons, merchants, Queensferry. Chancery-lane. c.
Lindsay, D. and Co. merchants, Edinburgh. Oct. 15.-Blackband, G. Gnosall, Stafford, grocer. Scarrott, J. haberdasher, Edinburgh. (Hicks, Gray's-inn-square.
Smith, J. fax-spinner, Ross mill, Strathmartin. Bolton, E. Birmingham, Warwick, victualler. Campbell, D. grazier. Græisay, Islay. (Long. Holborn court, Gray's inu. c.
Craiý, J. tackswan, Knockdry. Clark, W. Maiden-lane, Covent-garden, soda. Shaw, J. cattle-dealer, Greenock.
water and ginger-beer manufacturer. [Jones, Mill, J. cattle-dealer, Grassmainston. Great Marylebone-street. T.
Carnaby, B. ship-owner, Thurso. Fenner, T. jun. and J. Why, 19, Holborn-hill, Couacher, J. manufacturer, Dunkeld.
Jacemen. (Smith, 3, Barnard's-jun, Holborn, T. Stark, J. wood-inerchant, Glasgow. Frost, J. sen. Bridlington-gcay, York, corn-mer- Campbell, D. candle-maker, Greenock. chant. (Grace, 26, Birchin-lane. C.
Lockie, W. wright, Glasgow. Handscomb, 1. H. Newport Pagnell, Bucking. Mutter, W. merchant, Edioburgh. ham, lace-merchant, Jupp, Carpenters-hall, Robertson, J. and Co merchants, Glasgow, London-wall, T.
- At Aveley, William St. John Aubyn, Esq. third
son of Sir John Aubyn, Bart. of Chevance, Sept. 10.-At Hempstead-court, near Gloucester, Cornwall, to Anne Dorothy Barrett Leupard, the Rt. Hon. Lady John Somerset, a son.
eldest daughter of Sir Thomas Barrett Leopard, 23. At Clumber, her Grace the Duchess of New- Bart. of Bell House, in the same County. castle, a son.
4. By special licence, at Highclere, Hants, by the 24. The lady of Lieut. Col. Hogg, of the Hon. Hon. and Rev. George Herbert, brother to the East India Company's Service, a son.
Earl of Carnarvon, Philip Puscy, Esq. eldest son - At Chiswick, the lady of Lieut.-Col. H. F. Ca- of the Hon. Philip Pusey. of Pusey, Berks, to vendish, a son.
the Hon. Lady Eunily Herbert, youngest daugh- At Sutton-park, Bedfordshire, the lady of H. ter of the Farl of Carnarvon. Russell, Esej, a danghter.
5. At St. Mary's, Lainbeth, Henry Bicknell, Esq. 25. At Broad Oak, Kent, Mrs. Walker, of three of Great Surrey-street, to Eliza Lydia, eldest children, two girls and a boy.
daughter of John Tabor, Esq. of Lothbury, - At Conway, North Wales, the lady of Sir David banker. Erskine, Bart. a daughter.
8. At Audley, Staffordshire, Henry Holland, MD. 27. At Cheltenhamn, the lady of Capt. Hyde of lower Brook-street, to Margaret Emma, Parker, of the Royal Navy, a daughter.
daughter of James Caldwell, Esq. of Linley 28. In Upper Cadogan-place, the lady of Thomas Wood. Maling Welsli, Esq. a daughter.
- By special licence, at St. James's Church, by - At Pansvaulden. Herts, the lady of the Rt. the Rey. Mr. Hobbins, Viscount Mandeville, to Hon. Lord Glammis, a son and heir.
Miss Sparrow, daughter of the Right Hon. Lady Oct. 2.- At Lackham House, Wills, the lady of Olivia Sparrow, of Brampton Park, HuntingLient. Col. Tufnell, a son.
doushire, and niece to Lord Gosford. Imme3. At Fair Oak Lodge, the Hon. Lady Paget, a diately after the ceremony the new married daughter.
couple set off for Lord Cawdor's seat in Nortb - At Mortimer House, Clifton, the lady of A. G. Wales. Harford Battersby, Esq. a son.
9. At St. George's, Hanover-square, Dr. Theodore 4. The lady of James Bishop, Esq. of Woburn. Gordon, Physician to the Forces, to Elizabeth place, Russell.square, a daughter.
Bruce, daughter of the Rey. Patrick Barclay, 5. The lady of Col. Woodlord, of the Coldstream and niece to Sir Robert Barclay, KCB. Guards, a daughter,
- At Fetcham, Sir Jahleel Brenton, Bart. to Har. 8. At Englefield Green, Lady Elizabeth Tolle- riet, youngest daughter of the late James Brenmache, a daughter.
ton, Esq. of Halifax, Nova Scotia.
10. At St. George's, Bloomsbury, Oliver Crawford, IN SCOTLAND,
MD. FTC. of Dublin, to Julia Maria, daughter At Minto House, Roxburghshire, the Countess of of the late Samuel Wachope, Esq. of Demerara. Minto, a son.
12. At Monmouth, William John Bagshawe, Esq. IN IRELAND.
Barrister-at-law, of the Middle Temple, eldest At Ballan, in the Coupty of Carlow, a poor woman
son of Sir William Chambers Bagsbawe, of the named Nowlan was delivered of five children,
Oaks, in the County of Derby, to Sarah, second three males and two females, who lived three
daughter of the late William Partridge, Esq. of
19. At St. George's, Hanover-square, Henry Dun.
das Scott, Esq. of Fludyer.street, to done Lind. MARRIAGES.
say, eldest daughter of Charles Baukhead, MD.
of Lower Brook street. Grosvenor-square. Sept. 24.-At Hampton Court Palace, by special license, the Eail of Liverpool, to Miss Chester,
Lately at Tavistock, the Rev. Edward Atkyns sister to Sir Robert Chester. The cereinony was
Bray, BD, FAS. Vicar of Tavistock, to Anna performed by the Rt. Rev. the Bishop of Lon
Eliza, daughter of Jolin Kempe, Esq. New Kent don.
Road, and widow of Charles Alfred Stothard, - At Cheltenham, Patrick Wallace, Esq. Com.
the celebrated Antiquary. mander of the Orient East Indiaman, to Jane,
IN SCOTLAND. only daughter of Col. Sir John Sinclair, Bart. of
At Redhall, Benjamin Digby, Esq. of Mountjoy. Punbeath. 26. At Mary-le-bonc Church, Fras. Gordon Camp:
square, Dublin, to Sophia, second daughter of bell, Esq. of Troup, in the County of Baoft and
the late Vice Admiral John Inglis, of AuchinGlenlyon, in the County of Perth, to Maria,
dinny. only danghter of the late Major Gen. Dutt, of
At Midto.house, Captain Charles Adam, RN. to
Elizabeth, second daughter of the late Patrick Carnousie, in the former County. 26. At Chichester Cathedral, Watkin Hom fray,
Brydone, Esg. Esq. of King's-hill, Monmouthshire, youngest son of the late Sam. Homfray, Esq. of Coworth
DEATHS. House, Bucks, to Eliza Lee Thompson, only daughter of the late Thomas Lane Thompson, Lately at Fern Hill, Berks, aged 39, Sir Theophilus Esq, of Nouingham-place, and grand daughter John Metcalfe, Bart. of Henry Lee, Esq. of North Wales, Chichester. Lately the Rev. Sir Jolin Fagg, Bart. of Mystole. - At Hamplon, Maithew Crawford, Esq. of the Sept. 22.-At Dawlish, Robert, the eldesi son of Middle Tenrple, Barrister at Law, to Louisa Ma- Sir Robert Chester, of Bush-hall, Herts. tilda, youngest daughter of the late Colonel 24. In Chesterfield-street, in her 65th year, Mrs. Montazu, of Lack bam-honse, in the County of Harriet Milles, sole surviving daughter of the Wilts, and Kingsbridge in the County of Devon. late Rev. Dr. Milles, Dean of Exeter. 30. Jolin Skeggs, Esq. of Farnborough, kept, to - In Arundel-street, Strand, Louis Henri Scipio
Mary, grand daughter of General and Lady de Griinoard de Beauvoir, Count de Roure, and Frances Morgan, of Crofton Hall.
Marquis de (irisac. This nobleman, who was Lately at Huish, Devonshire, by the Rev. J. Tre. related to the Irish Peerage, in right of his
fusis, the Right Hon. Lori Rolle, to the Hon. mother the Countess of Catherlough, was more Louisa Trefusis, sister to Lord Clinton.
distiavnished by the independence of his chaAt Gretna Green, Jesse Ainsworth, jun. son of J. racter than by his descent; at the commence.
Ainsworth, Esq. of Wickenhall, to Hannah, ment of the Revolution, he espoused the Re. youngest daughter of Robert Lees, and niece of
publi.an cause, from the most disinterested Colonel Lees, of Oldham. The lady was made motives, nor could any offers of emolument and a ward in Chancery on the day on which the honours induce him to forego those principles, marriage took place.
when Napoleon bad fixed himself on the impeOct. 1.-Ac Bishop Wearmouth, Colonel Browne, rial throne. The Count frequently employed his
630 Regt. KCH. to Louisa Aune, second daugh- pen, and was the author of many anonymous ter of the Rev. Dr. Gray, Prebendary of Dur- political procinctions and harangues. His Nou. bam, who performed the ceremony.
veau Maitre Anglais, published at Paris, 1816, - At Walton, near Liverpool, William Ripley, shows him to hare been profoundly acquainted Esq. of Liverpool, late oi the 53d Reciment, to with the English language. Isabella, voungest daughter of the late J. Parr, - In consequence of a fall on board the Cornwall Esq. of Fir Grove, in the County of Lancaster, East Indiaman, Charles de Bable, Captain Goth Regiment, and Chevalier of the French Order of arms of her father, who accompanied her, just the Legion of Honour.
after they were taken up by a boat from the - At his residence, New Place House, Southamp- Ganges. ton, Thomas Conway, Esq. aged 56.
13. Captain John Sayers, of Yarmouth, Con. 26. James Griffiths, Esq. of Stamford Hill, Mid. mander of the Ranger Revenue Cutter, lost in
dlesex, and of Doctor's Commons, London, for a gale, off Happisburgh, with twenty-nine of 38 years one of the Common Conncil for the his crew, all the persons then on board. CapCity of London.
tain S. had commanded the Ranger 15 years. 27. At Clumber, her Grace the Duchess of New- 14. Aged 84, Mrs. Welsh, only sister of the late castle, after having been delivered, on the pre- Sir R. Welsh, of Eltham, Kent. ceding Tuesday, of twins, a boy and girl, the 15. At East Sheen, Surrey, in bis 64th year, Wil. latter of whom was still boru, and the former Jiam Gilpin, Esq. died October 7. Her Grace was Georgiana 16. Aged 61. Thomas Boycott, Esq. of Clement's. Elizabeth, daughter of E. M. Munday, Esq. Jane, Lombard-street, banker. of Shipley, in Derbyshire; was born June 1, At her house, on the Adelpbi Terrace, in her 1789; and married July 18, 1807. She had 90th year Eva, Maria, relict of the late David borue 16 children, Il sons, and 5 daughters, Garrick, Esq., who expired suddenly while of whom nine sons and three daughters are now
sitting in her chair. Notwithstanding ber erliving. The remains of her Grace, and those of traordinary age, she bad so little previous indis. her infant son and daughter, were interred, on position of any kind, that she had intended to the 18th Oct. at Bothsamsal church, about four be present that evening at the re-opening of miles from the family seat at Clumber.
Drury Lane, of which Theatre she was a con29. At Matlock, in her 80th year, the Right Hon. siderable shareholder.
Lady Delaval, of Ford Castle, Northumberland. In York-street, aged 79, Sir Matthew Bloxam. 30. In Nelsov-square, in her 42 year, Lady Aldis. -Aged 75, Mr. Sturtevant, glover and hosier, Lud.
gate-street. Just before his death he complain. October 1.-At the Amiralty, G. Pace, Esq. Lieut.
ed of a sudden pain in his chest, and while a RN. He was sitting at the telegraph, of which
surgeon, who had been sent for, was bleeding he was director, at one o'еlock, when he fell
him, he expired. on the floor in an apoplectie fit, and expired 18. At his house, Tyndal.place, Islington, Mr. at about eleven o'clock the same night.
Francis Rivington, of St Paul's Church Yard. - At his seat, Westaere High-house, in the coun
19. At his house, Whitehall-place, aged 29. Henry ty of Norfolk, Anthony Hamond, Esq. in his 81st year.
Nugent Bell, Esq. Student of the Inger Temple. 2. At bier mother's house near Bogpor, Catherine,
This gentleman was author of the Huntingdon
Peerage, a work in which he gave an interesting wife of the Rev. C. J. Bewicke, of Hallaton-hall, Leicestershire.
narrative of the proceedings by which he con
ducted the claims of the present Earl. - Suddenly, at Loders, in Dorsetshire, in his 71st
19. In Leicester-square, Thomas Mackenzie, Esq. year, the Right Hon. Sir Evan Nepean, Bart. MP. High Sheriff for that county; formerly Secre
20. At Kennington-place, Vauxhall, Philip Henry tary to the Admiralty; and late Governor-Gen. of Bombay. His remains were deposited, on the
Savage. Esq. son of Admiral Savage, late Capt.
of the 52d regt, and of his Majesty's Ist regt. of 16th, in the family vault at Loders, Dorsetshire.
Life Guards, aged 55 years. 3. Aged 22, Catherine, daughter of Capt. J. Laskey, and nicce to Col. Dickinson, of Bath.
Lately, Mrs. Aubrey, relict of Col. Thos. Aubrey, 4. At Bury, in his 93d year, John Godbold, Esq.
formerly MP. for Wallingford. one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace, and
SCOTLAND. one of the Depaty-Lieutenants for the county of At Glenalbert, Perthshire, in her 100th year, Mrs. Suffolk.
Margaret Low, relict of James Stewart, Esq. of 5. Near Oswestry, Henry Andrews, Esq. While Tullock, near Blair, who was Captain in one of
shooting, he bad discharged one barrel of a the Athol regiments, under Lord George Mur. double barrelled gun, and was in the act of re- rav, and carried the royal standard of Charles loading it, when the other discharged its con- Edward, at Culloden. Mrs. Stewart, had a pertents in his head, thereby causing his imme- fect remembrance of that unfortunate Prince, diate death. Mr. Andrews had served in most whom she saw at Dunkeld, in 1745. of the battles of the Peninsular war, and received At Scone, the seat of his brother-in-law, the Earl of several wounds.
Mausfield, the Very Kev. George Markbam, DD. 5. At Hereford (at the house of his father-in-law, Dean of York, second son of the late Most Rev.
Thomas Skyrine, Esq.) in bis 32d year, John Dr. William Markham, Archbishop of York, Jarvis, Esq. one of the Deputy Assistant Com- who died 1807. Dr. Markham was appointed to mnissaries lieneral in the Army.
the Deanery of York in April, 1802, on the death 6. At bis son's, Sloane-street, in his 71st year, Sig. of Dean Fountavne.
nor Carlo Rovedino, well known for his musical At Edinburgh, in St. James's-square, Lieutenanttalents as a Bass-singer. Signor Rovedino came Colonel Smith, late of the 19th regt. to this country in 1777, when he made his debut at the King's theatre. He afterwards went
IN IRELAND. abroad, and acquired high celebrity in Italy,
At his Villa, near Clontarf, Viscount Frankfort Paris, &c. In 1791 he returned hither, and re
de Montmorency, one of his Majesty's Right mained at the King's theatre for 23 years.
Hon. Privy Council, Vice-President of the Dub- At Notton-lodge, uear Chippenham. Lady Call,
Jin Society, &c. He is succeeded in his titles relict ofŞir John Call, Bart. of Whiteford, Corn
and estates by his son, Raymond Lodge, a minor. wall.
At Dublin, aged 87, Lady Anastasia Browne, relict Lately, at Ramsgate, the Rev. John Owen, Rector
of the late Sir George Browne. of Paglesham, Essex, Preacher at Par-street
At Largan, Charles Brownlow, Esq. of Brookchapel, London, and Secretary to the British
street, Bath, father of C. Brownlow, Esq. MP, and Foreign Bible Society.
for Armagh. 9. At his house, Cumberland-place, New-road,
ABROAD. William Dickinson, Esq. formerly of Muskham At Florence, aged 14, the second son of Viscount Grange, gear Newark, in the county of Not- Dillon. His death was occasioned by falling tingham, and one of his Majesty's Justices of into a resorvoir of water, in the garden, at the Peace. This gentleman was author of two which melancholy event the Viscountess his professional works, " A Guide to the Quarter mother was present. Sessions," and " A Practical Exposition of the At Morges, near Lausanne, shot byhis gun going off Duties of a Justice of the Peace." of which lat. as he was getting into his carriage, Charles, the ter work he completed an improved Edition just youngest son of Col. Dixon, of Rainham, Norbefore his decease.
folk. - In Exmouth-street, Clerkenwell, in his Soth At Donav, John Zachary Fonnereau, Esq. late of
year, Mr. Richard Earlom, the celebrated mez- the 20th regt. foot. zotinto engraver.
At Calcutta, in bis 27th year, Capt. Edward Studd, 11. Aged 18, Sarah Hay, daughter of Thomas Jen- second son, of the late Mr.J. L. Studd, of Swate
kins, Esq. of Catherine-court, Trinity-square, field-ball, Norfolk. who was drowned by a boat upsetting in her At Rome, Canlinal Charles André Pelagallo. passage to the Isle of Wight. She expired in the At Rome, Cardinal Gabrielli, iu his 74th year,