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MARRIAGES. CAPTAIN TEDLEY, of the Coldáream Lord Viscount Falkland to Mire As.

Guards, to Mils Warrer, only ton. daughter of Rear-Admiral Sir John Bor- Henry Joddrell, efq. of Bayfield, in lase Warren, K. B.

the county of Norfolk, M. P. to Miss Robert Dallas, esq. M. P. and one of Weyland. his Majesty's countel, to Miss Justina Thomas Tooke, esq. of North End, to Davidlon, of Bedtord-Square.

Miss Coombe, daughter of Dr. Coombe.

AUGUST 10.

MONTHLY OBITUARY.

ple, which gained him the patronage of A Biggar, the Rev. Robert Paterson, the Marquis of Carmarthen (afterwards

minister of the relief congregation Duke of Leeds). At the age of twentythere.

eight, happening to see an engraver at 13. At Manchester, in bis 84th year, work, though he liad never practifed Mr. James Ogden, a person faid co be drawing, he got a copper-plate, and ep. well known in the literary world. graved an old woman's head from a

Morris Jones, csq. of Lower Belgrave. painting of Gerard Dowe, which firit place, Pimlico.

attempt was so very extraordinary, that 14. At Lilliput, near Deal, Captain he was appointed historical engraver to Winkworth, of the navy.

the Prince of Wales. He lince engraved At Penrith, in his 87th year, Mr. a number of capital plates from the William Faulder.

paintings of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Shee, 16. Mr. John Morland, merchant, at Weftal, Smirke, Fuseli, Northcoie, Pe. Liverpool, aged 30:

ters, &c. 18. At Suth Ormsby, Lincoln Chire, 21. Mr. Rickaby, printer, of Peter. Willian Burrell Mallingberd, esq. borough-court. his 84ib year.

Mrs. Leverton, wise of Mr. Leverton, Edward flippefiev, efq. of Iliefworth, architet. one of the directors of the South Sea 24. Timothy Caswell, esq. of Sacombe Company.

Park, Herts. 19. Ai Windsor Castie, Mrs. Rami. Mr. John Renshaw, of Ow Thorpe, near bottom, wise of James Ram (bottom, elą. Nottingham. and youngest daugh'er of the Rev. F. Lately, at Leicester, the Rev. William Langford, canon of Windsor.

Arnald, D. D. canon of Windsor, preAt Worthing, the Hon. Avguinis centor of Litchfield, and formerly lubPhilip Monckton, third son of Viscount preceptor to the Prince of Wales. Galway.

25. Mr. Benjamin Dyfon, of York, At Wickhain Court, in Kent, Sir John aged 57: Farnaby, bart.

26. Richard Stone, esg. of Chinehurst. 20. In his 66:5 year, the Rev. John At Seal, in Kent, Mr. Nathaniel Darp Bell, rector of Crux Pavement and St. win, of Oxforu-itreet, aged 64. Martin Walmgate, and curate of the per

The Rev. Charles Sturgels, jnn. petual curacy of St. Samplon, all in M. A. fellow of King's College, CamYork. Allo' malter of the grammar. bridge, in his 27th year. school endowed by William Laughiun, Ai Hales Place, near Canterbury, Sir esq. formerly of that city.

Edward Hales, bart. Lately, 2t. Roxley, in Hertford hire, At Govun Bark, near Glasgow, John Mr. Robert Thew, historical engraver to Macgregor, of New York, mercbant. the Prince of Wales. He was born in Lattly, at Dublin, Margaret Cecil Yorkhire about ihe year 1753, and was Hamilton, viscountess dowager Southa man of very extraordinary mechanical well, in the 34tt year of her age. Genius, which bad but little cultivation, Lairls, ai Limerick, the Right Hon. as his education was alniot entirely neg- Lady Gleniworth, reliet of the late Lord lected. He was apprenticed to a cooper, Bitop of Limerick. and which trade he afterwards for some 28. At Southampton, I ady Jane Tertime followed : he then applied himself ry, Gtler to the Earl.f Dyfart. to the study of optics, and made a very James Stewart, ery. of Carbevran, in curious camera obicura on a new princi

his 8816 year.

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29. In

29. In the King's Bench Prison, M. Twickenhain, in his 86th year, He was Borli, a musician of eminent talents. author of “ The Scribleriad, a Mock

30. John Eddowes, esq. of Bridge- Heroick Poem, in fix Books." 4to. Atreet, Black Friars, aged 85.

1751. " An Account of the War in Lately, at the Curragh of Kildare, India, between the English and French, Ms. Marmaduke Bell, the deputy-ranger, on the Coast of Coromandel, from the aged 108.

He was a rider at the York Year 1750 to 1760, &c.” 4t0. 1761. races in 1714

Some poems in the fixth volume of Dod3i. Bulen Powell, esq. of Loughton, lley's Collection, and some papers in Ellex, in his 720 year.

“ The World."- As an Author, Mr. SEPT. 1. Mr. William Annard, of Cambridge was well known to the pub. Little Love-lane, Aldermanbury. lic by his several much approved writ

Kichard Lawrence, esq. of Champion- ings, botla in prose and verse ; and his hill, Surrey.

various and extensive information, his 4. Robert Stewart, esq. of Benny. pure and classical taste, his brilliant yet

The Rev. Francis Beit, sector of South harmleis wit, his uncommon cheerfulness Dalton, Yorkshire.

and vivacity, were acknowledged, during 5: At Buxton, in Derbyshire, in his a long series of years, by all who had the 561b year, the Right Hon. Henry Tho. happinels of enjoying his fociety, which mas Fox Strangeways, Earl of Ilchester, was fought for and highly valued by Lord Iichelter and Stavordale, Baron many of the most ditinguished scholais Strangeways, of Woodford Strangeways, and latelinen of this country. But his in Dortetikure, and Redlinch, in Somer- talents and his acquirements make the letihise.

least part of the praile belonging to him. Ac Ingleby, Sir William Foulis, bart. It is chiefly for the upright manliness high-theriff of Yorkshire.

and independence of his mind, for his William Newman, esq. alderman of mild and herevolent difpofition, his warm Farringdon Within, to which he was and unvaried affection to his family and cholen in 1786.

friends, his kindness to his dependents, 7. At Liverpool, Mr. William Wile and for his firm faith and fruit in the liains, late of Halifax, Nova Scotia, mer- Chriltian religion, which were manifested chant.

through life by the pra&tice of every 8. Mr. James Cockburn, merchant, Chriltian duty, and produced the most Lime-ftreet-square.

exemplary patience under the various Lately, in France, Bianchi, the famous infirmities of a tedious decline, that thole violin-player and composer.

who were near witnesles of his a:niable. 9. At Royden Hall, Mrs. Wynch, nets and worth, will continue to cherish relict of Alexander Wynch, efq. late the memory of this excelient man, and to governor of Madras.

reflect with pleasure on his many virtues. ? Robert Sinclair, one of the prircipal clerks of fefsion.

10. In Gratton-ftreet, Fitzroy-square, JAN. 26. At Bengal, Captain George Peter Corbett, elq. late of the Eait India Simpson, of the Earl of Murnington Eait Hrufe.

India packet.
Mr. Devenish, Villiers-freet, Strand. 31. Ac Trichinopoly, Lieut. Colonel

Lately, at Gore Houłe, near Dartford, James Graham.
Major Edward Vernon Ward.

Ai Fort William, Bengal, Francis At Hampstead, Mr. Jean, the Godfrey, efq. of Dublin, paymalter of artist, in the 47th year of his age. his Majeity's 10th regiment.

Ac Rathbone-place, John Maseres, JUNE 10. At Trinidat, William Bul. esq. aged 63, brother to Francis Maieres, ler, eig. collector of the custoins in that curator baron of the exchequer.

illand, and nephew of the late Judge and 15. Mr. Thomas Watkinton, Wate!- Biihop oi that name. Street, Bridewell Precinct.

At Trinidad, Mr. Thomas Parkinson, 16. John Sykes, elq. Nichols-square. a native of Lancaster.

Lately, the Right Hon. Ralph Gye, AUG. 22. At Porto, Mr. Ric. barris, earl of Rols, of the kingdom of Ireland. many years a merchart at that place. He was born Nov. 12, 1725.

JUNE 17. At Bu badoes, Henry Si. 337.

37. Richard Owen Cainbridge, at John Bearcroft, elq. in bis 20th year, l'rinted by I. GOLD, late Bunney and Cold,

Sboe-lune, London.

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS FOR SEPTEMBER 1802.
Bank 13perCiper Cr. 4perC: Navy New Long Short Imp. Imp. India Indie India Exche. Irish Irish Engl'th
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N.B. In the 3 per cent. Consols the highest and lowell Price of each Day is given ; in the other Stocks the highest Price only.

European Magazine,

Page 243

poor Soils

For OCTOBER 1802. {Embellished with, 1. A PORTRAIT of THOMAS Astle, Esq. And, 2. A

View of HARROW FREE-SCHOOL.]
CONTAINING,

Page Memoirs of Thomas Alle, Esq.

Travels in Upper and lower Addenda to the Account of Dr. Egypt

281 Garnett

246 The Infidel and Christian PhilofoGolden Rules for a Man to live all phers ; or, The last Hours of the Days of his Life

ibid. Voltaire and Addison contrasted 282 Lines on the fall of the Year 247 Alderson on the Improvement of Remarks on Lycophron's Callandra 248

ibid. Veltiges, collected and recollected, Correspondence between Sir Franby Joseph Mofer, Esq. No. IV. 249 cis Burdett and Dr. Parr

ibid. Observations on the Weather, and Obièrvations on Vocal Music 283

the Use of the Barometer, when Mr. Brett's Narrative respecting applied to Improvements in Agri.

his Balloon

236 culture

253 Mr. Todd's Experiment of a Div. On the Varieties in Life

256

"ing Machine in Ranelagh GarSeven Rules of Health ; with a dens, on the 23d of September 289 learned Comment

258 Theatrical Journal ; including ChaOn Cheerfulness and Good Humour 259 racters of several new Pertoi mers On the Size of Cattle

262

-Cooke's Hamlet-Mr, Lewis's Original Letters to Dr. Samuel Indisposition - Reading School Claske

263 Theatricals, with the Epilogue Account of Harrow Free-School 264 Occagional Address spoken preVerbal Tranllation of an Inkmaker's vious to the Reprelentation of. Shop-Bill in Chi

265

Hamlet at a Private Theatre, &c. ibid. Essays after the Manner of Gold. Poetry; including The Retreat to (mith. Erray XX.

the Cottage of Mon Repos-Exfaccount of the Restoration of a tempore --Epitaph on a lovely

Picture of Raphael, which had young Lady who jocosely alked been much injured in its Jour. the Author, in a Party at Din

ney from Foligno to Paris 270 ner, to write her Epitaph-The A Hisidoo Anecdote 272 Role-Maria, &c.

293 Lilt of the New Parliament

297 LONDON REVIEW. State Papers

304 Aikin's Translation of Denon's Tra. Foreign Intelligence

307 vels in Upper and Lower Egypt 273 | Dcmeltic Intelligence,

314 Memoirs of a family in Switzer- Marriages,

317 land 279 Monthly Obituary,

ibid. Kendal's Tranfiation of Denon's Price of Stocks.

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The Poem on Peace is too long for insertion. We are obliged to the Author.
The fame to D. Ci's communication, which is left at Mr. Sewell's.
2 and Z are received. The latter must be considered before inserted.
The Lines to Ambrose Pitman, Esq. in our next.

In the List of the New Parliament, in our present Number, page 297, it must be observed, that the Right Hon. Charles Abbott; and three or four other Gentlemen, are returned for more than one place each ; and their ele&tion of the place for which they will eventually choose to fit being not possible to be yet known, their names appear as duplicates.

Errata in the Lift given in our Magazine for Auguft:
Page 147, Bridgnorth; for 1. Hawks. Browne, read Isaac Hawkins Browne.
Page 148, Ludlow; for R. Payne, Knt. read R. Payne Knight.
Page 15c, Kintcre, &c.; for Banff, read Bamff.

Antrim ; for E. A. M‘Naughton, read E. A. M.Naghten.

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