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ORLANDO GIBBONS, Mus. Doc., Organist to King James I.,

died 1625. JOHN BULL, Mus. Doc., Organist of the Chapel Royal,

died 1630. ADRIAN BATTEN, Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, died

1640. HENRY LOOSEMORE, Mus. Bac. in 1640, Organist of King's

College, Cambridge, afterwards of Exeter Cathedral. William LAWES, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, died

1645. Pelham HUMPHRIES, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, and

Master of the boys, died 1674, aged 26. John Newton, D.D., Rector of Ross in Herefordshire,

about the year 1677. MATTHEW Lock, Composer to King Charles II., died

1677. BENJAMIN ROGERS, Mus. Doc., Organist of Magdalen Col

lege, Oxford, died 1685. MICHAEL WISE, Almoner of St. Paul's Cathedral, and

Master of the boys, died 1687. GIACOMO CARISSIMI, died 1690, aged 90. Rev. W. TUCKER, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, and

Precentor of Westminster Abbey, died 1690. HENRY PURCELL, Organist of the Chapel Royal and West

minster Abbey, died 1695, aged 36. William Child, Mus. Doc., Organist of Windsor, died

1696, aged 90. JEREMIAH CLARKE, Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, died

1707. HENRY HALL sen., Organist of Hereford Cathedral, died

1707. John Blow, Mus. Doc., Organist of the Chapel Royal and

Westminster Abbey, died 1708. CARLO Maria CLARI, Chapel Master of the Cathedral,

Pistoja, flourished about the year 1710. John SHEELES was a teacher of the harpsichord in London,

and the composer of two sets of lessons for that instrument, about the year 1710.

ANTONIO LOTTI, Chapel Master of St. Mark's Church,

Venice, about the year 1710. HENRY ALDRICH, D.D., Dean of Christ Church, Oxford,

died 1710. DANIEL HENSTRIDGE, Organist of Canterbury Cathedral,

about the year 1710. HENRY Hall jun., Organist of Hereford Cathedral, died

1713. VAUGHAN RICHARDSON, Organist of Winchester Cathedral,

died 1715. John GOLDWIN, Organist of Windsor, died 1719. DANIEL ROSINGRAVE, Organist of Salisbury Cathedral, and

St. Patrick's, Dublin, died 1720. John STROUD, one of the children of the Chapel Royal,

died 1720, aged 16. WILLIAM LEE, Organist of the Collegiate Church, South

well, about the year 1724. John CHURCH, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, and

Master of the boys of Westminster Abbey, about the

year 1724.

WILLIAM CROFT, Mus. Doc., Organist of the Chapel Royal

and Westminster Abbey, died 1727. WILLIAM HINE, Organist of Gloucester Cathedral, died

1730. THOMAS TODWAY, Mus. Doc., Professor in the University

of Cambridge, died 1730. JAMES HAWKINS, Organist of Peterborough Cathedral,

about the year 1730. AGOSTINO STEFFANI, Chapel Master to the Elector of

Hanover, died 1730. ROBERT CREYGHTON, D.D., Canon of Wells Cathedral,

died 1736, aged 98. John Weldon, Organist and Gentleman of the Chapel

Royal, died 1736. Giovanni BATTISTA PERGOLESI, a Neapolitan, died 1737,

aged 33. Rev. Mr. Finch, Canon Residentiary of York, and brother

to the dean of that name, died 1737.

JOHN BISHOP, Organist of Winchester Cathedral, died

1737. BENEDETTO MARCELLO, a noble Venetian, died 1739. FRANCESCO CIAMPI, a Neapolitan, flourished about the

year 1740.

WILLIAM TURNER, Mus. Doc., died 1740, aged 88.
JOHN READING, Organist of Lincoln Cathedral, died

1740. MARTIN SMITH, Organist of Gloucester Cathedral, about

the year 1743. CHARLES KING, Mus. Bac., Almoner of St. Paul's Cathe

dral, and Master of the boys, died 1745. LEONARDO LEO, Organist of the Chapel Royal, Naples,

died 1745. BERNARD GATES, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, died

1750. Thomas KELWAY, Organist of Chichester Cathedral, died

1750. John CHRISTOPHER PEPUSCH, Mus. Doc., died 1752. CHARLES Avison, Organist of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in

1752. MAURICE GREENE, Mus. Doc., Professor in the University

of Cambridge, and Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral,

died 1755. John TRAVERS, Organist of the Chapel Royal, died 1758. GEORGE FREDERIC HANDEL, died in London, 1759. CARL HEINRICH GRAUN, Chapel Master to Frederic II.,

King of Prussia, died 1759. ROBERT BACON, A.M., Priest Vicar of Salisbury Cathedral,

died 1759. Dr. BUSWELL, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, in 1760.

Raylton, Organist of Canterbury Cathedral, about the

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year 1760.

John BLAKE, D.D., Prebendary of Salisbury Cathedral,

died 1760. Hugh Bond, Lay Vicar of Exeter Cathedral in 1760, and

Organist of St. Mary Arches, Exeter.

ELIAS ISAAC, Organist of Worcester Cathedral, about the

year 1768.

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BRODERIP, Organist at Bristol, about the year

1768. - BAILDON, Organist of St. Luke's, Old-street, London,

and Fulham, Middlesex, about the year 1768. CAPEL BOND, Organist of Coventry, about the year

1770. John REYNOLDS, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, died

1770.

Brown, Organist of Lichfield Cathedral in 1771. HUTCHINSON, Mus. Doc., flourished about the year

1772. - GARLAND, Organist of Norwich Cathedral, about the

year 1773. Nicolo JOMELLI, Chapel Master of St. Peter's, Rome, died

1774. FRANCESCO DURANTE, a Neapolitan, died 1775. JAMES KENT, Organist of Winchester Cathedral, died

1776. WILLIAM HAYES, Mus. Doc., Professor in the University

of Oxford, and Organist of Magdalen College, died 1777. PHOCION HENLEY, A.M., Rector of St. Anne's, Black

friars, died 1778. David Wood, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, in 1778. RICHARD WOODWARD, Mus. Doc., Organist of Christ

Church Cathedral, Dublin, died 1778. ROBERT SHENTON, A.M., Vicar of Hereford Cathedral,

died 1778. William BoYCE, Mus. Doc., Organist of the Chapel

Royal, died 1779. David PEREZ, Chapel Master to the King of Portugal,

died 1779. John STEPHENS, Mus. Doc., organist of Salisbury Cathe

dral; died 1781. Samuel HOWARD, Mus. Doc., Organist of St. Clement Danes and St. Bride's, London, died 1782.

GIOVANNI ADELFO Hasse, Chapel Master to the King of

Poland (Elector of Saxony), died 1783, aged 84. JAMES NARES, Mus. Doc., Organist of the Chapel Royal,

and Master of the children, died 1783. JOHN HENRY ROLLE, Director of Music at Madgeburg,

died 1785. ANTONIO SACCHINI, a Neapolitan, died 1786. Rev. R. GREVILLE. His compositions appeared about the

year 1787.

Thomas NORRIS, Mus. Bac., organist of Christ Church

Cathedral and St. John's College, Oxford, died 1790. WOLFGANG MOZART, died 1792, aged 36. ERNST WILHELM WOLF, Concert-Master to the Duke of

Weimar, died 1792. BENJAMIN COOKE, Mus. Doc., Organist of Westminster

Abbey, died 1793. John JONES, Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, died 1795. THOMAS SAUNDERS, DUPUIS, Mus. Doc., Organist to King

George III., died 1796. JOHN CALAH, Organist of Peterborough Cathedral, in

1797. WILLIAM Mason, A.M., Precentor of York Cathedral, died

1797. Philip HAYES, Mus. Doc., Professor in the University of

Oxford, and Organist of Magdalen College, died 1797. RICHARD LANGDON, Mus. Bac., successively Organist of

Exeter Cathedral, Bristol, and Armagh, died 1798. John RANDALL, Mus. Doc., Professor in the University of

Cambridge, and Organist of Trinity and King's Colleges, died 1799. PASSMORE, Lay Vicar of Exeter Cathedral.

COMER, supposed to be of Wells, or Hereford. JONATHAN BATTISHILL, Organist of Christ Church, New

gate-street, died 1801. THEODORE AYLWARD, Mus. Doc., Organist of Windsor, and

Professor of Music at Gresham College, died 1801.

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