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CROSSB, Miss, in Hunter-street, Brunswick-sq. 15--Cholmondeley, W.esq. 29-Cock, Mrs. at Rich. mond-Mrs. Cloves, Clarges-street-Champaio, J. esq. in Glocester-place--Coutts, T.esq. in Straitonstreet, 87-Conant, Sir Nathaniel, Portland-place, 76-Champain, John, esq, late of the Bengal Civil Service.
M MOORE, Mrs. Ann, formerly of St. John's-square Man, Mrs. Isabella, in Queen-street-Millington, R. J. esq. of Guildford-street, 63— Mee, Margaret, of Upper Berkley-str. London-Montagu, James, esq, 101-Moorland, Lady, in Pall-Mall, 60-Maydew, Johan, esq, of St. Mary-Axe
esq. Hammersmith, 68
Deaths.] At Silwood-park, G. Simpson, esq.--at The Duke of Bedford has made a reduc.
Newbury, Mr. J. Wilkins-at Wallingford, Mr. T. tion of from 15 to 30 per Cent, in his
Bradley-Miss, M. E. Nath-at Reading, Mrs.
Henry C. Englefield, rental.
bart.--Mrs. E. Jeary-Mr. Thos. Webb. Births.] Lady Osborne, of a son.
A wing of Walcot Abbey has been desdon, to Miss E. F. Mayler
troyed by fire, occasioned by the negli. Deaths) At Peterbro', Mr Julian-Bedford, Mr Lilburne-Odell Castle, Earl of Egmont, 85—Bed
gence of a painter's man letting a quantity ford, John Cooch, Esq. 70.
of varnish take fire.The Duke of Buck
ingham has deducted 20 per cent. from his BERKSHIRE. An accidental fire at Windsor, destroyed
his rents.- On Thursday night, Fingest a stable and eight tenements. The king
church was broken into and robbed of the has appointed the Rev. H. Pearson, D.D., bottle of wine and the surplice.
Communion cup, the basin and ewer, a to the vicarage of St. Helen ip Abingdon, and to the Chapelry of Badley and Drayton,
Births.] At Downhead-hall, Lady of C. J. Tynte,
esq. of a son. vacant by the resignation of the Rev. c. Marriages.]At Great Horwood, Rev. R. Tomkins, Sumner. There are now living in the
to Miss L. Preedy, of Winslow--at Ashton Abbot, town of Wokingham, 67 persons from the
H. Palmer, esq. to Miss M. Keane of Spring Gar
dens, age of 75 to 90; viz. 23, from 75 to 90; Deaths.] At Aylesbury, Mr. Jones-Mr. J. Fellbeing in the proportion of 1 in 20 of the
at Stoke Mandeville, Miss Webb. whole population.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE. Births. ] Binfield, Mrs Henderson of a daughter At the election of a librarian to this Maidenhead, Mrs. Pigott, of a son-Woodley Lodge, Mrs. Wheeble, of a son-Coley Park, Mrs. Monk, of
University in the room of the late Dr.
Clarke; the Rev. J. Lodge, M.A. Fellow Marriages.) At Hungerford, Mr. H. Carpenter, to of Magdalen College, was elected by a Mrs. Newberry-at Woolhampton, Mr. W. Bintield, to Miss Wilkins--at Finchampstead, Mr. J. Clacey,
majority of 26.- A grace has passed the to Mrs. Bannister-at Reading, Mr. T. Armstrong,
senate to appoint the Vice-Chancellor the to Miss Bullock
Bishop of Bristol, Dr. Thackery, Prof.
Calvert. Prof, Sedgwick, Mr. Hughes, and
presented a most deplorable picture of the Mr. Francis a Syndicate, to take into con
distressed state to which the agricultural sideration the offer which has been made
interest is reduced ; the sale was dull, and to the University by the executors of the
the prices low beyond all precedent. late Dr. Clarke, of his valuable collection
A requisition signed by upwards of 400 of minerals, and to report thereon to the owners and occupiers of land in Cornwall, senate.-A meeting of the freeholders
has been sent to the High Sheriff of the and inhabitants of this cou
was held county, requesting him to call a meeting “ for the purpose of taking into considera.
to consider of the present distresses of all tion the propriety of again petitioning for
classes; and of the agricultural interest in a Reform of the Commons' House of Par. particular. A number of very fine pilliament, as the most effectual means of re
chards were taken off the coast of Cornlieving the present agricultural distress, wall, and sold in the markets last week. and securing the future prosperity of the
This is a very extraordinary occurrence, kingdom.”—The attendance was res
as the general time for taking these fish is pectable and numerous; but the great ma
towards autumn. jority of the country gentlemen were not Births) At Truro, Mrs. J. Ferris, of a daughter
--at Newport, Mrs. Martin, of a daughter-at Part present.
Lane, Mrs. Thomas, of twins--at Launceston, Mrs. Births.] At Clapton, Mrs. Tickell, of a son. Hooper, of twins--at Goneluck, Mrs. J. Snell, of a Marriages.] At Cambridge, Mr. Woods, to Miss daughter. Ellis-at St. Agnes, Mr. Step. King, to iss Cave Marriages.) At St. Brcock, Mr. W. Legoe, to Miss at Elham, Mr. C. Taylor, to Miss Taberham--at R. Cleave Trelill. March, Mr. G. Beeby, to Miss Stafford-at Pap Deaths.) At Launceston, Mrs. Penwarden-Mr. J. worth, Mr. S. King, to Miss Cane
Blatchford --at Menheniot, Mr. P. Courtney-at
Warwick Hall estate, near Carlisle, was John White, Esq. of this city, has re sold to Mr. Parker, of Manchester, for duced his rental 20 per cent. At Stock- 45,0001. port fair the show of cattle was very con Births.] At Carlisle, Mrs. Dobbinson, of a son. siderable. Good draught and saddle horses Marriages.] At Carlisle, Mr. J. Fiddler, to Miss A. sold well. Some arrangements have al
Lewthwaite-Holden Dunbabin, esq. lieutenant in
the East India Company's Service, Bombay, to Alice ready been made for an union of the Sun Knowles, of Kendal-at Workington, Mr. E. Rickday Schools among the dissenters.
erby, to Miss F. Bell, of West Field.
Deaths.] At Mill-hill, Mrs. Peele-at Egremont, Births.] At Chester, Lady of W. Hanmer, esq. of Mrs. E. Jackson-at Maryport, Mrs. E. Smith-at a daughter-Lady of T. Baxter, esq. of a son-at
Alonby, Mr. W. Graham--at Carlisle, Mr. L. Smith Bowden, Mrs. Jackson, of a son.
-at Kirkendbright, J. Thompson, esq.-at Broadlie, Marriages.] At Chester, W. Lawrence, esq. of
R. Montgomrie, esq.-at Whitehaven, Sir H. C. EnSouthampton, to Miss A. William-at Buncoln, Sir
glefield, bart.-Mrs. Rothery-Mrs. M. Black. J. M. Priddle, bart. to Miss Brook, Norton Priory-M.J. Brimelon, of Warrington, to Miss Haslam
DERBYSHIRE, at Waverton, Mr. Green, of Chester, to Miss Har
The prices of beer and ale are lowered rison-at Over, Mr. Dodgson, of Winford, to Miss Sestow-James Bulmer, esq. to Miss M. Blackburn
one penny per quart all over the country. -at Stockport, Mr. P. Brown of Norris, to Miss Births.) At Thulston Grange, Mrs. Darwin, of a Jepson--at Nerquis, Mr. Rich. Jones, of Mold, to Son-at Walton Rectory, Mrs. Hobart of a son. Miss E. Parry--at Warmingham, Mr. Taylor, of Marriages.] At Chestertield, Mr. Sampson, to Budworth, to Misg Berner-at Knutsford, Mr. C. Miss M. Cartledge-Mr. Turner, of Walton, to Hall, to Mias S. Dean
Miss Drabble -at Dronfield, Mr. Samuel Lucas, to Deaths.) At Outrington, Mr. S. Southam--at Miss Robinson Sheffield-at Staunton-by-bridge, Chester, Mrs. Ayrton-at Nantwich, Rev. R. Smith M. W. Smithard, of Repton, to Miss E. Rateliffe -at Grange, Relict of W. Glegge, esq.-at Heaton
at Swarkstone, Mr. Fisher to Miss A. Higgen--at Norris, Mr. J. Hulme, 89—at Edgely, Mrs. Hyde Ashbourne, Mr. G. Ward, to Miss A. Drabbleat Wirksworth, P. Gell, esq.
Mr. C. Howard, to Miss S. Acton-Mr. J. Cheadle,
to Miss M. Barker, CORNWALL.
Deaths.] At Derby, Mr. Wm. Parker, Man
chester-Mrs. Ellis Mr. J. Knighton-at Chester. At Sir Christopher Hawkins' mine, a field, Mr. E. Wright-Mr. Brown-at Overton-hall, plate of silver has been extracted which Mrs. E. Milnes, 38-at Riber, Anthony Haynes, esq. weighed nearly 400 lbs., producing 2 and
of Kingston Jamaica-at Alfreton Lodge, Mrs. Wood
-at Uttoxeter, Miss Swinson-at Caldwell, Mr. T. 3 such pieces a month Some time since was Pratt - at Leech, Mrs. Lucas--at Southwell, G. found near Boscarne, in the parish of Bod Hodgkinson, csq. min, a gold fish-hook, size No. 3, in the
DEVONSHIRE, bed of an old river, where some men were From the Report of the Committee of working for tin; and vot far from the same the Plymouth Asylum for Female Penispot were taken up several Roman coin of tents, established in 1808, which is now the reigns of Vespasian, and some of the about to be abolished, being completely latter emperors, &c. The whole are in nugatory; it appears, that the Rev. Dr. possession of Robert Flamank, Esq. of Hawker, his family, and friends, bave conEodmin, the land-owner. Liskcad fair tributed to the funds the sums of 2,3721.
14s. ld.; of which, 1,1231. 68. 3d. was the
ESSEX. result of sermons preached by Dr. H. in TheRev. J. Thomas M. A, instituted to behalf of the charity-Considerable dis the Vicarage of Burstead. tress has been experienced in Plymouth
Births.) At Colehester, the lady of Dr. Holt, of a and its neighbourhood, by the discharge daughter-at Sailing Hall, the lady of Capt. W. H. of a number of workmen from the Break Dobbie, R. N. of a daughter. water. Col. the Hon. J. H. Stanhope, is
Marriages.] At Colchester, J.Osborne, esq. of Wi.
tham, to Mrs. C. Dowsing-at Harlow, Mr. C. Hall, elected a Member in Parliament for the
to Mrs. Wright, of Romford-at Great Sailing, J. Borough of Dartmouth.
Humphrey, esq. of Lincoln's-inn, to C, D, Goodrich Births.) At Exeter, Mrs. Cornish, of a son-Mrs.
-at Maldon, R. E. Burrows, esq. to Miss C. A. MitW. P. Pope, of a daughter-at Plymouth, lady of R.
chell--at Falstead, Mr. W. Baker, of Mills, to Miss Barnes, esq. of a son-at Cullompton, lady of Fre.
F. Nunn- at Beaumont, the Rev. W. Walford, of deric Leigh, esq. of a son--at Honiton, the lady of
Colchester, to Miss A. Hutton-at Walthamstow, the Rev. H. A. Hughes, of a son.
W. Fry, esq. to Miss S. Lee--at Mile-end Hall, W. Marriages.] At Exeter, Mr. W. Furneaux to Miss
Fisher, esg. of Boxhad Lodge, to Mrs. Posford. Blachford-Mr. E. Robarts, aged 35, to Mrs. Anna
Deaths.] At Colchester, Miss Willis-Miss Round, Gow, aged 77, obliged to be taken to church in a
of Birch Hall-Ongar, J. E. Scott, esq. at Chelsedan chair, followed by a juvenile crowd who
sea—at Great Baddow, Mrs. Belcher-at Billericay, cheered the happy couple with loud huzzas-at
Mrs. M. Blencowe-at Hubard's Hall, Mr. E. S. Dawlish, Rev. G. W. Curtis, vicar of Leominster, to
Sims—at Epping, Rev. E. Conyers-at Bamtree, Miss Perkins-at Sidmouth, T. M. Carter, esq. to
Surgeon Dixon--at Moreton, Rev W. Wilson-at Miss Bedford, near Topsham--at Tavistock, Mr.
Bocking, Rer. C. Wakeham-at Shortgrove Hall, Briant, to Miss Bennet, of Dart-moor, the
J. Smith, esq.-at Springfield, Mr. R. Coates—at youthful bride was accompanied to the altar by a
Barrack House, S. the daughter of J. C rosse, God blooming virgin of 74, and the sprightly bridegroom
salve Crosse-at Ardleigh, Rev. Mr. Lugar at Pine was led to the sacred editice by a brother warrior,
Hill, lieut-col. Welsh-at Castle Heddingham, Miss (Mr. David Hogg) aged 73; the united ages of the
Ardley--at Carr's Hill, Mrs. E. Bacon-at Newcasparties amounted to 306 years.
tle, Mr. J. Tate-Frances, third daughter of Adm. Deaths.) At Exeter, Mr. J. Campion-at Ply
Robert Montague-at Finchingfield Vicarage, Ann, mouth Dock, Mrs. Wrayford -at Tiverton, Mrs.
eldest daughter of the Rev. James Westerman, M.A. Gloyns--at Ilfracombe, Capt. W. Walker-at Ex.
At Gloucester Fair, on Saturday last,
there was a remarkably large shew of catDORSETSHIRE.
tle of all sorts. The sheep Fair was nuThe Rev. Thos. Hooper appointed to the merously supplied, but little business done, Rectory of Yatton Keynell.
and the prices very low for all descripBirths.] At Pool, the wife of Mr. Wm. Betalick tions. Good useful carriage horses sold of a son, being her twenty-sixth child-at Osming more readily than of late, and at better tow, Lady of Rev. Archdeacon Fisher of a son-at Donhead'Hall, Lady of C. J. K. Tynte, esq.of a son.
prices. As to good nag horses very few • Marriages.) At Sherborne, Capt. Tewkesbury to
made their appearance. Pigs were unMiss R. Jerrard. Mr.G. Fudge, to Miss P. Robbins precedently plentiful, of all descriptions, -at Shaftsbury, Mr. J. Bardileau, of London, to Miss M. Woodcock-at Dawlish, Rev. G.W. Curtis,
and prices ruinously low. Rev. Chas. to Miss C. D. Perkins-at Ilminster, Mr. J. Francis, Plegdell Neale Wilton, Curate of Awre, to Miss Loring-at Yetminster, Rev. J. Ayres to Miss is selected a Fellow of the Cambridge PbiS. Partridge-at Chard, C. Haydon, R. N. to Miss
losophical Society. The Hon. and Right Lincoln-at Southstoke, Rev. F. C. Johnson, to Miss Brooke of Bath
Rev. the Lord Bishop of this Diocese, has Deaths.] At Bridport, Mrs. Edwards—at Somer appointed John Burder, Esq. of Parliament set, Miss É. Carter--at Beaminster, Sam. Cox, esq. St. Westminster, bis Lordship's secretary -at Yeovill, Lady of H. Penny, esq.--at Axminster, Mrs. Coombs-at Wimbourn, Surgeon Druitt-at
in London, in place of C. Hoxton, Esq. Dorchester, Wm. Chalmondy, esq.-at Sherborne, appointed secretary to the Governors of Mrs. M. Gear, Mrs. A. Ford-at Charlton Hore
Queen Ann's Bounty --A strata of coal thorne, Messrs. I. and J. Williarus (brothers)-at Wells, Mrs. Rossiter-Mr. Wm. Say--Mr. James
has been found near the forest of Dean, (solicitor)
which is likely
afford an abundant supDURHAM.
ply to that district. Colonel Walker, of the City of Durbam, Births.] At Orgleworth, Lady of L. Clutterbuck, has been appointed governor of St. Helena. esq. of a son-at Stradford Cottage, Lary of E.G.
Hallewell, esq. of a son-at Bisley, Mrs. Means-On the 26th March, the celebration of
field of a daughter-at Gloucester, Mrs. Sbute of a the memory of Shakspeare was held at son-at Newenham, Mrs. Nugent of a son-at Donthe Golden Lion, Sunderland. The chair head Hall, Mrs. Tynte of a son. was taken by Stephen Kemble, Esq.
Marriages.) At Gloucester, capt. W. P. Conning
ham, to Miss S. Gadsden-at Stench Combe, Mr. A. Births.] At Bishopwearmouth, the lady of R. Bendal, to Miss Jenkins of North Nibley-at Chel Webster, of a son.
tenham, Rev. W.J. Gilbert, M. A. to Miss A. QuarMarriages.) At Corkffeld, Mrs. J. Smurthwaite to terly-at Churchdown, Mr. J. Tache, to Miss M. A, Miss M. Bradley-at Yofforth, Mr. R. Oastler, to Mathews, Cheltenham-at Cascade-Gellygare, Mr. Miss Webster-at Newcastle, Mr. Edward Fenwick, W. Perrott, to Miss Llewelyn Terry to Hannah Etrington, of Lintz Hall.
Died.) At Gloster ,Mrs. H. Chestow-at CheltenDeaths.] At Alston, Mr. J. Dobson-at Feather ham, Miss Butlin-R. Dodd, esq, Engineer-R. Baystonehaugh, Mrs. Featherstonehaugh-at Blyth, zand, esq:-Jos. Watts, esq (solicitor)--at Bathwick, Mr. T. Winship-at Newcastle, Mrs. M. Thompson Mr. S. J. Thomas-at Dursley, Mrs. Mary Black-at Houghton-le-Spring, Mr. C. P. Spiers--at well-Mr. John Cam-at Tetbury, Mr. Wm. CoxNorth Shields, Mrs. Spence-at Northallerton, E. at Littleworth, Mr. Obadiah Burgis--at Crokerton, Hare, esq.-at Broom-Hall, Mr. Robert Richard Mr. J. Graham-at Badminton, Lord H. Somerset, son, jun. -at Giles-gate, Mr. J. Pickering.
third son of he Duke of Beaufort.
Births.) At Wheathamstead, the lady of the Rer. The king of France has presented to
G. T. Pretyman, of a son
Marriages.] At Dry Drayton, Mr. Gosset, of WaterMr. John Wood (son of capt. Wood of beach, to Elizabeth Fiske-at Maudlin, G. 1. Squibb, Southampton) a rich silver medal, for jump Esq. London, to Miss T. L. Myler ing over board in gale of wind, and sav
Deaths.) At Hertford, Mr. H. A. Davis, Post-Mas
ter_Trogmore, Mr. W. R. Hudson, at Maderia ing the life of a French pilot at Havre
-at Wideal Hall, Miss M. Ellis-at Hereford, Mr. J. Road. Rev. C. J. Milcham, ordained Evans--at Hamells, Mr. Matthew Waddelow. Pastor to the Baptist congregation at Port
The fair on the 26 ult. was the largest Births.) At Southampton, lady of J. Steward we ever recollect to have seen. There esq. of a daughter-at Portsmouth, lady of Capt. R
was a good deal of business done. Several Smith, R. N. of a son-at Portsea, Anne, wife of Captain Baynes.
pens of sheep fetched as high prices as Marriages.] At Southampton, Mr. H. Adams, to have been obtained of late; good horses Miss Chandler-at Lymington, C. C. Parks, esq. to also sold well. Miss F. S. Archer-at Winchester, Mr. James God.
Marriages.] At Peterborough, Mr. Mitchell, to shell, to Miss Wise-at Fareham, E. Handeock, esq. to Miss C. Chads, Chichester-at Millbrook, Mr. R.
Miss Knihh-Mr. Belamy, to Miss Ashworth-at
Papworth, Mr. S. King, to Miss Cave Young, Southampton, to Mrs. Dowbiggin—at Alverstoke, Mr. J. Harding, to Miss J. Carter, of Win
Deaths.] AtFoulmire Mill, Mrs.Tilbrook-at Nea
tished, the Rev. A. Barwick—at Moreton, the Rev. chester-at Newshot, Rev. F. Ford, M. A. to Miss M.
W. Wilson, B.D.-at St. Ives, Miss Jane Paul-at Neale.
Barnwell, Mrs. Prior
KENT. kin-at New Forest, Mr. J. Wingrove, Bath-at
The Annual Easter Plate, was run for East Trestend, Rev. J. Williams--at Milford, C. E. Haywood, R. N.-at Portsmouth, A. Kelly, esq.
on Barnam Downs, and won by Mr. barrister--at Portsmouth, Mrs. Diddamp-at Cold Easton's Brown horse, Creeper.
A frey, Miss C. Newton Lee-at Wist Meon, Mr. F.
large wheat stack on Darley's Court Martin-at Swathling, Mrs. D. Ware-at Gosport, at Mr. J. White-at Alresford, Mr. R. Waight-at
Farm was set fire to, the property of Mr. Meoustoke, Mrs. A. Merchant-at North Warn Chapman. A New Compass, invented borough, Mrs. Dugget, 100 — at Odeham, Mrs.
by Mr. William Clark, Chatham, is likely Wyete-at Hinton-house, Mrs. Heysham-at South Sea, Mrs. Webb-at Southampton, Miss Montagu.
to prove of great utility to mariners.--A
legacy of 501. is bequeathed to the Kentish HEREFORDSHIRE.
Hospitals by Mr. I. Pope. - The Lord The intention of establishing a Warm
Chancellor has appointed James Bourne, Bath at Hereford, has met with great en Judge of Ramsgate, Kent, Gent. to be a couragement.-At Hereford Easter Fair, Master Extraordinary in the High Court on Wednesday last, the shew of cattle was
of Chancery --The School at Tunbridge. the largest ever seen at that mart, and by a late decision of the Court of Chanthere was also the greatest number of
cern, has become possessed of an income buyers; the sale was heavy at reduced
of 4,0001. a year; and upwards of 10,0001 prices. Of sheep there was but a scanty in hand. On the 26th ult. a straw stack supply, yet equal to the demand. Horses
containing 60 loads, standing in the yard were not very plentiful; and good pags, and useful cart-horses, met with a readyed to be on fire, supposed to be the act of
of Mr. Baker, of Gravesend, was discoversale at rather an advance in price.-The
some incendiaries. Annual Cattle Market at Kingston, Here
Births.] At Brison's, near Canterbury, the Marfordshire, contained a fine and large show
chioness of Ely, of a son-at Shoreness, lady of of good animals, which were nearly all Capt. R. Thompson, R. E. of a son-at Bishopssold at rather better prices than have been
bourn, Hon. Mrs. H. Percy, of a son, still born, obtained at neighbouring fairs. The
Marriages.) At Canterbury, Mr. W. Pearson Sit
tingbourn, to Miss M. Pavies-T. W. Rowlands, to At Ledbury Fair there was a large and re Miss M. Davis--at Stockburry, Mr. J. Bourne, to markably fine show of cattle, but the sale Miss Brean-at Romney, Mr. Wagstaff, Canter
bury, to Miss Woodman--at Maidstoue, Mr. 'T. was very dull-At Ieintwardine second
Sampson Shepherd, to Miss Prentice-at Norelicsannual new fair, there was a good shew of ter, Mr. E. Tomkins, to Miss T. Stewart Carlowfine cattle, which were nearly all disposed at Folkstone, Mr. J. Hodges, to Miss H. Eastwickof.
at Dover, Mr. J. Blake, to Miss Pilcher-at Beden.
ham, D. P. Wildbore Surgeon, to Miss F. S. LawMarriages J At Garraway, Mr.J. Watkins, to Miss rence-at Blackheath, J. Savage, esq. to Miss E. Herbert of Demesne-at Marstone, Mr. W. Bishop, Perkinson--at Greenwich, Mr. H. Sawkins, to Miss to Miss Catmero.
Ritchie. Deaths.] At Hereford, Mr. T. Jones-at Staunton
Deaths.] At Canterbury, Mr. B. Smith, of LonPark, Jas. King, esq.-at Hereford, Miss E. Thomas
don-Lieutenant J. Elwyn, 31st regiment-at Dover, of Ludlow-Clifton, Miss L. B. Chinn, at London
Mrs. Norwood-Mr. H. Hamilton-at Folkstone, -at Hereford, Mrs. Lucy Napleton, aged 80-at
Mrs. Wilson-at New Romney, Mrs Mate--at Stanton Park, James King, esq. aged 91.
Lydd, Mrs. Chister-at Tenderden, Mr. Fielder and HERTFORDSHIRE.
Mrs. Assister. Hertford Fair was exceedingly dull and
LANCASHIRE. heavy; a great quantity of lean cattle, but The Rev. R. Noble appointed to the few buyers.
vicarage of Whaley, and the Rev. J. W. Whittaker to the vicarage of Blackburn.
-As Mr. Canning will resign his seat in Parliament previously to his departure for India as Governor General, it is reported in Liverpool, that E. B. Wilbraham, Esq. will become a candidate to represent that Borough. It is said, that a subscription is entered into by a party to support an opposition candidate.
Births.] At Halton Hall, lady of R. H. Brad. shaw, Esq. of a son.
Marriages) At Liverpool, Mr. H. Robinson, to Miss M. A. Ellison-Capt. J. Williams Eleanor, to Miss E. Roberts-Hon. Chas. Percy, to Miss Great. head, the rich heiress-Rich. Tetley, esq. to Miss S. Wilkinson, Westmoreland-Mr. E. Lawrence, to Miss H. Ashton. The bride was led to the altar dressed simply in her chemise, under the vulgar error, that it will secure the husband from becoming liable to her debts-at Lancaster, Mr. J. Kendrick, to Miss B. Smith-at Manchester, Mr. Samuel Morrill, to Miss Wright, of Leeds at Pretwiek, Mr. R. Padmore, to Miss E. Ogdon--at Delph, Mr. T. Shaw of Dale, to Miss A Shaw-at St. Michaels, Rev. Wm. Hesketh, to Miss Satterthwaite
Death) At Liverpool, Mr. W. Tyner-Mrs. Curry - Mr. Benj. Hellistine, drowned at sea-Mr. E. Patrick, at Bordeaux-Miss Hinde-at Manchester, Mr. S. Fletcher-J. Hardwick, esq. at Lima-Reliet, of H. Worrell, esq. at Hot Wells-at Prestow, Rev. J. Atkinson, Catholic priest_Mrs, Woodcock-Mr. J. Threlpal-at Clayton Hall, Mr. R. Lomax--at Oldbam, W. Chippendale, esq: -at Huntroyd, Le Gendre Starkie, esq.-at Black Field House, lieut. col. Logan in the 65th year of his age.
LEICESTERSHIRE. The Croxton Park races were extremely well attended, and there was some good running A True Bill was found by the Grand Jury, at Leicester Assizes, against the Rev. John Towne, for the wilful murder of Miss Wright, of Bottesford, the particulars of which have already appeared.
Marriages] At Leicester, Mr. W. Healey, to Miss Alshop-at Claybrook, Mr. W. Varnam, to Miss Walker, of Wistow-at Ashby Folville, Mr. T. Black to Mary Anne, eldest daughter of Mr. Brown, of Melton Mowbray.
Deaths) At Leicester, Mrs. Wheatley, Mrs LeeMr. G. Códwell--at Barkley-hall, Mr. R. H. Pochin
-at Rothley-house, Mr. Bywater--at Thrivgstone, Mr. W. Brown-at Thrussington Grange, William the eldest son of Mr. J. Lewis
LINCOLNSHIRE, Captain and Mrs. Banks have deducted ten per cent, from their rents. -Mr. Wil lianis, elected for Lincoln, has given 1001. for the County Hospital and Lunatic Asylum.Lord Bayning has deducted ten per cent. from bis rents. The smallpox rages dreadfully in Stamford at this time, and has done so for several weeks.
-Good bome brewed ale is selling at most of the public-houses at Louth, at five-pence a quart, and at one of them at four-pence!
Births.] At Stamford, lady of Rev. C. Cookson of a son--at Southwell, lady of E. R. T. Falkner, esq. of a son
Marriages) At Lincoln,Mr. J. Friend, to M. Wel. bury-Mr. Porter, to Miss Brown-at Boston, Mr. J. Gray, to S. Mattison-Mr. R. J. Buggs, tó Miss 1. Keigham--at Spalling, Mr. Molesworth, of Walpole, to Miss Hutchinsonimat Louth, Rev. Mr. Soper, to Mrs. Sanford-at Addlethorpe, Mr. W. Eskrigg, to Miss A. Western of Westminster-at Newark, Mr G. Gray of Bingham, to Miss H. Bradley-at
Eur. Mag. Vol. 81. April 1822.
Great Salkeld, Rev. J. Lewis, to Miss Benson-at Great Hall, Mr. J. Watson, to Miss Easton-at Grimsley, Mr. J. Stovin, to Mrs. R. Sales - at Brampton Hall, Thos. Gee, esg. of Boston, to Miss Leman-at Dowsbey, Mr. A. Lawrence, of Laving. ton, to Miss Bruning, of Granby
Deaths.] At Lincoln Lieut. C. Probart, R. B.-at Boston, Mr. John Fox-at Great Grimsby, Mr. Wm, Peaseod-at Leasingham, Mrs. E. Gordon-at Lang. worth, Mrs. Cook-at Newark, Mr. R. Clark-Mrs. Pacy at Southwell, G. Hodgkinson, sen. 04.-at Market Rasen, Mr. R. Clarke-at Stamford Baron, Widow Ford, aged 72. The Christian name of the deceased's husband was Valentine, she was married on Valentine's day; and Valentine-day was the last of her life.
MONMOUTHSHIRE. A Lead Mine has been discovered S.W. of Chepstow. In the Western parts of this County the refractory workmen have been encreased in number by some thousands from the Rock, Tredgar, Sherhowey, and Pont-y-pool Works.
Births) At Usk, lady of W. Adams Williams, esg. of a daughter.
Marriages) at Abergaveney Castle, Baker Gabb, esq. to Miss Stead, of Devonshire-street, London.
Deaths.] At Monmouth, Mr. A. Hughes--at Chepstow, Mrs. Powell of Bristol
NORFOLK. The New General Baptist Chapel at Norwich has been opened for Divine Worship.-A threshing machine, the property of Mr. Brown, of Dichingham, was destroyed on the premises of Mr. Row, of Woodton. In pursuance of a requisition to the acting Magistrates, a Meeting was held in the Shire-hall at Walsingham, to take into consideartion" the propriety of presenting a petition to Parliament, on the subject of the present agricultural distress, and the total inadequacy of the measures already adopted for the relief thereof.”The resolutions and petition, were agreed to.Pursuant to advertisement, a Meeting was held at Hackford, to take into consideration the distressed state of agriculture. The resolutions, after considerable discussion, were agreed to, as was a petition founded thereon.
Births.] At Swatham, Lady Harriet Hoste, of a daughter-Mrs. W. Taylor of a son.
Marriages.] At Norwich, Mr. Robert Hooks, to Miss C. Hill-Mr. S. Jackson, to E. Plowman--Mr. B. Hygh, to Miss H. Nobbs--at Lynn, W. Everard, esq. of Norfolk, to Miss Bowker-at Lynn, Mr. W. Harris, of America, to Miss Glascock- Mr. G. Summers, to Miss M A. Dann--at Yarmouth, Captain T. Artis, to Miss E. Brixtield-Hockering, the Rev. E. J. Howman, to Miss M. Davison-at Fakenham, Mr. C. Taylor, to Miss Taberham--at Aylesham, Mr. Breese, to Miss H. Abbot-at Hickling, Mr. Thos. Burton, to Miss Gambling.
Deaths.] At Norwich, Mrs. E. Blakeley, of Suffolk-Mr. R. A. Chasteney-at Mancroft, Mr. John Seaman - Mrs. Susannah Adcock-at Kimberley, Mrs. T. Bays, of Yarmoth-at Lynn, Mr. Fraser Jobnson-at Castleacre, Miss Young, 63—at Neatishead, Rev. A. Barwick-at Thetford, Mr. J. M. Norman-at Yarmouth, Mrs. S.Woods-at Gateacre Park, É. Acton Acton, esq. of Salop
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE. Marriages.] At Northampton, Mr. F. Mulliner, to Miss Manton, of Isbam--at Newport Pagnell, Mr. Ayers, to Miss Crippsat Westow, Mr. Ashley, of