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GUISEPPE SARTI, Master of the Imperial Chapel at St. Petersburgh, died 1802.

SAMUEL ARNOLD, Mus. Doc., Organist of the Chapel Royal and Windsor, died 1802.

WILLIAM JACKSON, Organist of Exeter Cathedral, died 1803.

THOMAS CARTER, died 1804.

THOMAS PITT, Organist of Worcester Cathedral, died 1806. JOHN ALCOCK, Mus. Doc., Organist of Lichfield Cathedral, died 1806.

EDMUND AYRTON, Mus. Doc., Master of the children of the Chapel Royal, died 1808.

RICHARD GUISE, Mus. Doc., Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, and Master of the boys of Westminster Abbey, died 1808.

JOHN CHRISTMAS BECKWITH, Mus. Doc., Organist of Norwich Cathedral, died 1809.

FRANCIS JOSEPH HAYDN, Mus. Doc., died at Vienna, 1809. SAMUEL PORTER, Organist of Canterbury Cathedral, died 1810.

JOHN GARTH, publisher of Marcello's Psalms with English words, died 1810, aged 88.

THOMAS EBDON, Organist of Durham Cathedral, died 1811.

WILLIAM RUSSELL, Mus. Bac., Organist of the Foundling Hospital, and Christ Church, Spitalfields, died 1813.

RICHARD BELLAMY, Mus. Bac., Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, Almoner of St. Paul's Cathedral, and Master of the boys, died 1813.

RADCLIFFE, Lay Vicar of Durham Cathedral.

ROBERT COOKE, Organist of Westminster Abbey, died 1814.

JOSEPH CORFE, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, and Organist of Salisbury Cathedral, died 1820.

CHARLES JAMES DARE, Organist of Hereford Cathedral, died 1820.

JOHN WALL CALLCOTT, Mus. Doc., died 1821.

JOHN DAVY, pupil of Jackson, of Exeter, died 1824.

JOHN MARSH, Esq., Chichester, died 1828.

REV. GILBERT HEATHCOTE, Archdeacon of Winchester, died 1829.

ALFRED BENNETT, Mus. Bac., Organist of New College, Oxford, died 1830, aged 25.

SAMUEL MATTHEWS, Mus. Bac., Organist of Trinity and St. John's Colleges, Cambridge, died 1831.

WILLIAM MUTLOW, Organist of Gloucester Cathedral, died 1832, aged 71.

SIR JOHN STEVENSON, Mus. Doc. of St. Patrick's and Christ Church Cathedrals, Dublin, died 1833, aged 75. WILTON, late of York.


BRIDGWATER, late of York.

PHILIP SALTER, Lay Vicar of Exeter Cathedral, died 1834. JOHN CLARKE WHITFIELD, Mus. Doc., Professor in the University of Cambridge, and Organist of Hereford Cathedral, died 1836.

JOHN STAFFORD SMITH, Organist of the Chapel Royal, died 1836, aged 86.

JOHAN NEPOMUK HUMMEL, Chapel Master to the Duke of
Saxe Weimar, died 1837, aged 57.

THOMAS ATTWOOD, Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, and
Composer to King George IV., died 1838, aged 73.
RICHARD EDGECUMBE, Earl of Mount Edgecumbe.

The Right Hon. the LADY BAGOT.


CHARLES WESLEY, Esq., Marylebone.

RALPH BANKS, Organist of Rochester Cathedral.

SAMUEL WEBBE, Late Organist of the Sardinian Chapel. CHARLES WILLIAM HEMPEL, Organist of Truro.

WILLIAM CROTCH, Mus. Doc., Professor of Music in the University of Oxford.

WILLIAM KNYVETT, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal, and one of the composers to her present Majesty.

VINCENT NOVELLO, Organist to the Portuguese Embassy.

WILLIAM HORSLEY, Mus. Bac., Organist to the Female Orphan Asylum, and Belgrave Chapel, Grosvenor-place.

WILLIAM MARSH, Esq., Chichester.

CHARLES EVANS, Gentleman of the Chapel Royal.
JOHN PRATT, Organist of King's College, Cambridge.
JOSEPH PRING, Mus. Doc., Organist of Bangor Cathedral.
SCOTT, Organist of Spanish Town, Jamaica.

REV. J. E. BECKWITH, Minor Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, and Rector of St. Alban's, London.

WILLIAM CHARD, Mus. Doc., Organist of Winchester Cathedral.

JOHN HEWITT, Organist of St. Michael's, Lichfield.

ARTHUR THOMAS CORFE, Organist of Salisbury Cathedral. J. CAMIDGE was appointed Organist of York Cathedral 1756. He has been dead about thirty-five years. MATTHEW CAMIDGE, Organist of York Cathedral.

J. CAMIDGE, Mus. Doc., Assistant Organist of York Cathedral.

AARON UPJOHN HAYTER, Organist of the Collegiate Church, Brecon.

HODGES, Mus. Doc., late Organist to the Churches of St. Nicholas and St. James, Bristol.


JOSEPH HART, Organist of St. Dunstan's, Stepney.
J. C. PRING, Organist of St. Botolph.

Exeter Cathedral.

THOMAS A. Walmisley, Mus. Bac., Professor in the University of Cambridge, and Organist of Trinity and St. John's Colleges.

REV. WILLIAM LISLE BOWLES, Canon of Salisbury Cathedral.



REV. WILLIAM WOOLANS HOLLAND, Minor Canon of Chichester Cathedral.

C. E. J. CLARKE, Organist of Worcester Cathedral. JAMES ADCOCK, Master of the Choristers of King's College, Cambridge.


THOMAS DRAKE, formerly a Chorister of Bristol Cathedral. LUDWIG SPOHR, Author of the "Last Judgment," an Oratorio.

CHEVALIER SIGISMUND NEUKOMм, pupil of Joseph Haydn. STEPHEN ELVEY, Mus. Doc., Organist of New College, Oxford.

JOHN Goss, Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral.

KELLOW J. PYE EXETER, Member of the Royal Academy of Music.

SAMUEL SEBASTIAN WESLEY, Mus. Doc., Organist of Exeter Cathedral.

REV. PETER MAURICE, Chaplain of New College, Oxford. GEORGE J. ELVEY, Mus. Bac., Organist of Windsor.



ALMIGHTY GOD, to whom all hearts.. From the Communion Service, Mason.


Almighty God, give us grace... First Sunday in Advent, Stephens, Slatter.

Almighty and everlasting God........ Second Sunday after Epiphany, Salter.

Almighty and everlasting God....... Third Sunday after Epiphany,

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Almighty and everlasting God ... ....... Fourteenth Sunday after Tri

nity, Chard.

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nity, Finch, Travers, Callcott, A. Bennett, Attwood, Lord Abingdon, Rev. W. L. Bowles, Rev. W. W. Holland, S. Elvey.

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