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Taylor Thomas, City road, vi&'aller. (Allingham, St. Crean Edwar1, Margaret freet, Cavendish (quare, care

John's square Tebbett Jonn, tisham, water an! chapman. Mid Crouch wilain, Charlotte street, Rathbone place, linea

dieme ad Percy Nuran and Macdougall and draper June 2 Hunter Neure,

Culfa w Ralph, Wrightington, Lancaster, coal merchant, Tuj la rierontest, Peptonville, merchant. May 19 (Pour lor and Hewitt, 15. Friday er et

Cummins John, Liverpool, thoemaker, May 18 Teakins Samuel, woreeter, fax-srefler. iLong, Wor Davies George, Cranbuuro ttreet, Leicester Fields, linen

ceker, aed Williams, Qual y court Chambers, Chan draper, May 22 cery lane

Denny Jobi, Barbicar, ftationer, fane 5 Tooke isaac, and Augutus Todd, Strand, wine merchants, Dickinton William, Newark, Notts, banker, May 12

(Waders, Barlow and Grosvenor, Auftua Friars Pucker Henry Deritend, lirmingham, June 6 Tuop Elizabeth, art nouth, fail maker. (Ware, black Dudron George, Northowram, York, horse dealers mea street southwark

June 8 Turu.r Philip Market Haifin, Lincoln. grocer. Rofter Duwland Walliam Devizes, dtaper. Tener and wa, Barilett's buildings, London, and Dickenson,

Doyle James, ovent Garden, china and glass mang Hu" Typoals Joseph, Circus freet, St Ma'y-la bonne, com. Drury James Francis, Clerkenwell Green, brass founder jffis broker. Richard ton. New Inn

May 15 Veickraer Jo's Frederic Ange! Court. Throginorton Dutton Jofeph, Burwardsley, Chefter, cheesefatora Erect, merchant Abbot, Ola Broad trest

Jine 12 Wallis John Corpes, White-horfe yard. Coleman ftreet, Edgington Richard the elder, Abingdon, Berks, heme farrier. (swain, Stevens and Maple .. Old Jewiy

manufacturer, June 19 Wellings thomas. Church lane Whitechapel, puister,

Elliott George, Liverpool, merchant, May 21 (Fillingham Unton street, Whitechapei

Emdin Abrihan Gompert, Portsmouth, hopkeeper, Wharton Charles Northwich, Chetter, liquor mercbant. May 15 (Leigh and Malon, New Bridge freet, and Barker,

Enfor pliam, Bath, grocer, July ir orthwich

Folo W. liam, Cherry Garden itreet, Bermondsey, timber Wharton George, Northowram, York, calico manu. marchant ay 19

falurer. (Evans, Slatton Garden, and Crosby Ferd Paul Edward, Howland Mews Welt, hackneyman, Bradford

May 26 Whyte Neal, and Alexander Graham, Birmingham, mullin Porter Pexall, Yarmouth, Norfolk, bookseller, May 21

dealers. (Backitack, London, and Murrow, Liver. Frolt James, Gufwell treer, bra fs-founder May 19 pool

Garrard Samuel, Watlius itreer warehouseman, June 16 waliams Thomas, Denbigh, draper. (Chesthyre and Gertuan William, Brill, tyler, June 15 Walker, Manchester

Gilbert William, Chiswell ítreet, greer. June 9 Williams William, Well Smithfield, cutier. (Syddall, Ginger John, Piccadilly, bookfeller June 2 Aldersgate &reet

Greetham Charls Liverpool, merchant June 13 Wood John Whire Cro Areet, victualler. (Whitton, Grey Absalom, Fleet ftreet, man's mercer Juve :

Great Jam:s étreet, Bedford row Wootward William, Fore treet, carpenter. (Taylot, Harper Gillies Maebean Alexander. Eafngwo:d, York, Fore Atreet

fax dresler, May 19

Harr William and Henry Southmier, Denmark Atreet, DIVIDEND'S ANNOUNCED.

Ratcliffe Highway, sugar-refiners, May 26

Harrison James Parke, St. Bees, cumberland, cotton Ainfworth George. Warrington, Ladcater, coppersmith, manufacturer, May 15 June 11

Hayes William. Kilburn, Middlesex, brickmaker, May 21 Aiot worth Georze. Warrington, and John Stephens, Li Helens Christopher Watfon. Plymouth, linen draper, serpool, copperliniths, june 11

June 18 Allen Johs. Platform, Rotherhithe, coal merchant, Higron James and Thomas Talker, Liverpool, linea June 21

drapers, June 6 Allen Edward and Ifaac Hancock, Bricol, navy contractors, Billiar Henry, Haymarket, umbrella maker, May 29 June 1

Hi de Juni; stateciifile within Acerington, Lancafter, All topp John, Wincbeter, fik weaver, May 19 Altan William, Tokeoho ile yard, bruker, July 2

Hincle William, statecliffe within Acerington, calico Annandale John, and Edmund jacklyn, bowgate hill,

printer, M y 29 Tao merchants Juae :

Hindle John and William, Laurence Kenyon, and Atheon Armert Thomas, Rasnow, Chener, cotton spinner,

Stansfield, Statecliffe within Acerlogton, calico priatJune 8

ers, May 29 Anaby Richard, Ux ridge.iopkeeper. June 9

Hitchcock James, otherwise David James. Josue de Prada Afier Joba Gregory, Glocefter Terrace, Commercial and Peter Groves, white lead merchants, Huli Road. Janez

May 18 Aftea Thomas, Stamford, Dinen draper, May 17

Holmes Jofeph, Underbank in Wooldale, York, merchant, Lailey Joseph. Long acre. Jace manufacturer. My 19

Jone is Baker Charles, Saville-row, Lamberb, four' factur,

Hope Perer, Liverpool merchant, May 27 May 29

Hopkius Thomas John Chigwell, Eirex, brewer. June 26 Bailman Margaret, Corre Muller), Dorset, miller, Hor.ey Richard, Epfom. Dirk batcher May 19 May 25

Hounsel John, Bridport, ironmonger, May 17 Barrett William, Broad freet, London, merchant,

Howell James, Stratfeld Saye, Hants, farmer, June 8 June 2

Hudfon James, Watling street, inerchant, April 14 Easter John, Strand, tailor. May 19

Huller James, Weston Colville, Cambridge, farmer, Be William, Bafinghall Preet, baize factor, May 12

May 29 Berridge William, Maiden lane, Wood freet, hosier,

Infkipp James, jun. Battle, Susrex, June 17 June 16

Jackson Henry, Mincing lane,

Ferchant. May is Biskey George, fen. Stepney, ship owner, May 29

jenkins Thomas, and Thomas Frederick Wollen, High Bowles Anthony Thomas, and 7 humas williams, Kent trect. Southwark, linen drapers, May 26 treet, Southwark, grocers, June 16

Johns kicbard, jun. Truro, victualler, May 10 Brooks Joseph, Liverpool, brewer, June !

Johnfon John, Great saddow, Ellex, carpenter, May 16 Browa Juhn, Long lane, Bermondsey, tanner. June 9

johnfon Willian Catlen, and jobu Wiktfire, Huntingdoe, Bryan William, White Lion kourt, Birchin iane, mer. drapers, June 2 chaot, May 19

Jones Thomas, Glocefter, horse dealer, May 29 Buck William, śr. Mary at Hill, London, merchant, Jones Willia !, Yerdfiey. Liverpool, flour teaier, May 26 May 29

Kerrifon Thomis, Allday. Norwical, basker. June 6 Bullen' widiam, Bow lane, Cheapfide, warehouseman King Prancis, Eaft Sheen, surry, baker, May 16 May 19

Kirton John, Gray's inn. scrivener, June 2 Batier athaniel Iles, and Benjamin Butler, Painswick, Kuight Edward, Horsley dowola e lighterman, May 19 Gloucester, clothiers, May 30

Lance William, Grove, Berks woolfapler, June 19 Calvet Jas.es, Brook erect, Ratcliffe, vi&tualier, May 19 Leach w, Horton, York, woolfapier, June 1 Calvert William, Liverpool merchant, Jute 4

Lilley Weaheld, St. Jota Areet, Clerkenwell, linea Canning John, Birmingham plater, fune 2

draper, June 9 Carr 7 homas, Oxford grocer June 2

Linging Levi Samuel, Green Lettuce lane, merchant, Carter John, Clapham, mafon, May 19

June 2
Chabau Henry. Plurabtree treet, Bloomsbury, jeweller; Linging Levi Samuel,

and William Henry L., Green LotChampion Poice, Beech freet, Barbican, boot maker, Lomnitz Joseph Benjamin aos Wolff Rifon, Fencburch

June 3
Charlton Cornelius,
Eat Parleigh, Kent, yeoman,

Lurcuck Thomas, sittingbourn, Kent, woullen draper, June 23

May 19 Chaibam Jone, Heaton Norris, Lancaler, check magu Lyon hoinas, Liverpool, merchant, May 15 facturer May 17

Macdonaugh Owen, Albany Tavern, st James's, vi&ualler, Clark fon John, Mount Row, City Road, coal merchant,

June 5 Alay 15

Martin Henry, Wallingford, Berks. lineu draper. June Clayton william, Dockhead, Surry, grocer, May 29

Martin John Loath Lincolo ship carpenter. june 15 Conder Jofph Pavement, Muor fields, paper banger,

Mills Jane and Jobn, Wood in Saddlesworts. York, mere May 22

chants, May 19 Cooper James, Epsom Surry, brewer, June 26

Mofs toho, Hull. boat builder. May 11 Cotion L. Fenchurch freer, merchant, June 1

Myles John. Onfton. Chelter, corn factor, Jipe 6 Cotton Thomas Grove, Hackney, 'lnfurance broker, Dakley Francis, Hereford. wooid apler. May 16 May 21

Ogle John Pickwick, Lancatter. and Wuuan Waltoa, Cowlithaw Charles, Athborbe, Derby, grocer, Nay is Liverpoole merchante. May as MONTHLY MAG. No. 198..

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Orme William. Charles freet. Middlesex. bookseller. Smith John. Leeds York. grocer. May 25
May 21

Spickernell R. Seren Oaks Kent. innkeeper. May 11
Patteur John Lewis. Stoney Stratford. Bucks. grocer, Tatham William orm firk. innkeeper. July 13
June 2

Taylor Thomas, Edgware Road, carpenter. May 12
Payne William. Great Carter lane. Doctor's Commons. Thackray Richard, Burton Leonard, York. Alax dreket
June a

June 9. Yearfon William. Old Painthaw. Durham. grocer. May 16 Thom william Leeds, cloth merchant. Jures Pocklington Roger, Winthorpe. Nntts. banker, Mayra Thompson An hony, Birmingham, merchant. May 19 Pocklington Roger. Winthorpe. and William Dickinson, Thorpe John. Ville Areet. Chandos freet. víctualler, Newark, bankers. May 12

May 26 Pope William. Westbury-upon-Severn. Glocefter, dealer in Tidmar íh Jofeph. New County Terrace. New Kent Road, pigs. June 2

builder. May 5 Youflert Richard, Bruok. Zat lane. Bermondsey, cual Titley William. and Wrigheron Greenwood. Lack, Stafford, merchant, June 23

mercers. May 11 Powell Edwin, Birmingham. Japanner. June 1

Tubb William. and James Henry alexander Scott. King's Raiftrick Samuel Idle. York, clothier. June 11

ruad. Pimlico. Borserymen, May 26 Ranfon Lebbeus. Cannon Coffee house, Charing Cross, Teyford Robert. Manchckets, Terchant, Jeue 5 tavern keeper. June 30

Wade Searles Albjen place Blackfiars. brewer. June Rafell Richard. Shoreham Kent. thopkeeper. June 30 Wagner Frederic, Uxbridge. ckithier. Jade 9 Rees Hannah Neath Glamorgan, mercer. May 9

Waldo jofeph. Brifol. merchant June 14 Sees David Llanely, Carmarthen, topkeeper. June 18 Walter John. jun. Shad Thames, anchorfinith. May 19 Rhodes John, and John Juftamond. Mancheker. cotton Warrington Joha. Newcalle. Stafford. May 21 manufacturers. June 19

Whitmarih David, Brokenhurt. Harts.fuapkeepet, Roberts John. Liverpool, merchant. May 28

June 19
Roberts Jofeph. Garden Row, St. George's Fields, baker, Whittingham John. Liverpool. grocer. M 16
May 19

Wirgin Richard Bilton. Stafford. drugcit. May 19 Robinson William. Manchetter. cotton fpinner. June 20 Wilkie John, Howard Atreet. Strand, Davy agent. Vay 19 Roure Richard. Miniter. Xent. carpenter, June

Williams Henry Chepitow. Mor mouth, merchsat Nay is Roylands Thomas John, Prince's freet. Lambeth, barge. Willmott Nathaniel. Wyrardisbury. Bucks. wheels ricas builder. June 9

June 2 Bylance Jonah Pilkington. Lancaster. cotton manufac. Windic Edward Whitmore. Rotherhithe Breet, ironmonger. turer. May 18

June 26
Sayt: Joseph. Upper North place. Gray's lpp lane, and John Wood James. Lindfield. Sussex victualler. May 19
Jeffery, Titchfield Atreet, coach makers. June 16

Yates John, Sheltou, Stafford, chinz-manufacturer. cott John, Gumceffer. Huntingdon, farrier. June

May a. Silverwood Thomas Settle. York. innkeeper. June

Yates william. lace of Sherrand street, golden-foart, Simpson John Fairford, Glocefter. carrier, June 19

army accoutrement maker. but now a prifoner is the Sinon John, Lombard #treer. hanker. June 9

King's Bench. May 26 Slater Gill. Liverpool, merchant. June 8

Young T. Machen. Monmouth. dealer. May 31

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INCIDENTS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS, IN AND NEAR LONDON :

With Biographical Memoirs of distinguished Characters recently deceased.

MARRIED.

By special licence, in Bloomsbury-square, AT St. George's, Bloomsbury, Mr. Lowe, Sir Robert Graham, bart

. of Esk, Cumberof Handsworth, Staffordshire, to Miss land, to Elizabeth, only daughter of John Wyatt, eldest daughter of Charles W. esq. Young, esq. of Battle, in Sussex. of Bedford-row.

At St. George's, Hanover-square, William At Richmond, Major P. T. Roberton, of Frere, esq. serjeant-at-law, to Mary, only the 8th regiment of Foot, to Miss Parker, daughter of Brompton Gurdon Dillingham, sixth daughter of the late Vice-admiral Sir esq. of Grunder burgh, Suffolk.--Henry WestWilliam P.

macott, esq of Mount Street, Grosvenor-square, At Chelsea, Stutteville Isaacson, of Mil. to Miss Eliza Brodie Stewart, of Montrose. den-hall, Suffolk, to Miss St. Quintin, of At Mary.le-bone Church, C. J. Mills, esq. Hans-place.

"esq. of Downhouse, Gloucester, to Miss At St. Michael's at Plea, Capt. Alexander Harch, daughter of the late James H. esq. Campbell, of the Royal Artillery, to Con Clayborg. Hall, Essex. stantia, daughter of the late Francis Gostling, At St. Pancras Church, Captain W. C. esq. of Coulsea-wood, Suffolk.

Lewis Bird, of the Bengal army, to Miss At Hampton, Colonel Hawker, of the 14th Aldous, of Upper Fitzroy-street. Light Dragoons, to Miss Jordon, of Syden. At Kensington, Captain Fanshawe, of the ham, Kent.

Royal Navy, eldest son of General F. to At Mary-le-bone Church, Captain James Anne Maria Jenkinson, second daughter of Dacres, R. N. to Miss A, B. Dalrymple, Colonel Jenkinson, of the Board of Green third daughter of Lieutenant-general Sir Cloth. Hew D.

At St. Alphage Church, Samuel Miller George Gipps, esq. M.P. to Jare, young. Adams, esq. only surviving son of the late est daughter of John Bowdler, esq. of Hayes, J. Adams, esq. of Welton, Northamptonshire, Kent.

to Mies H. Thornton, of Glocester-street, By special licence, the Marquis of Douglas Queen-square. and Clidesdale, son and heir apparent of the At Camberwell, Charles Chitty, esq. of Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, to Susan Gower-street, to Miss S. E. Jourdan, dapghter Euphemia, youngest daughter of William of john J. esq. of Peckham Rye. Beckford, esq. of Fonthill.

DI ED. Ar Greenwich, Benjamin Boyes, esq. of Mr. Daniel Walker, well known for his Great Coram-street, to Mary, second daugh- taste in music and musical instruments, and ter of the late William Foster, esq. of Spring. particularly for his exquisite performance on hrad, ncar Hull,

the clestina. The simple lionesty of his

character,

character, and his modest independent spirit, On the 7th of March, on board his flag. endeared him to the few who knew him for ship, the Ville de Paris, Admiral Lord Collingo he sought no fame, but lived and died in a wood, Commander in chief of the British dusty chaos of litter and literature, of fiddles fleet in the Mesiterranean. Furtber particulars and fossils, machines and microscopes, the will be given in our nexi. friend of all, and the enemy of none.

Io South Lambech, in the 76th year of his In St. James's Palace, Madame Branden. age, William Havard, esq. one of the partners burgh, laundress to her majesty. Mrs. in the city and county Bank of Hereford, Bartolli, many years keeper of the ball-room, a gentleman whose industry, benevolence, and otber apartments.

integrity, and worth, entitle his memory to In Gower-street, Jane, third daughter of miore than ordinary notice. Mr. Havard was the Rev. Jonathan Boucher, of Epsom, 15. born in St. Owen's-street, Hereford, where

At Sheffield-house, Kensington, Thomas his parents kept a small shop; and their cir. Robinson, esq. 83.

cumstances were so remote from affluence, In Dorset-street, Manchester-square, the that when (like his countryman Whittington) Hon. Robert Walpole, formerly envoy extra- he left his native place to pursue his fortunes ordinary and minister plenipotertiary at the in the metropolis, he had not sixpence in his court of Lisbon, for thirty years, and brother pocket on his arrival in London. From this to the late Horatio earl o. Oxford.

period, such was the perseverance, ability, The Rev. Matthew Pugb, near 50 years and success with which he applied himself to curate of St. Jar es's, Westminster, and one of business, that he gradually rose, with enthe conduct rellows of rinity College, Cam- creasing honour and esteem, from clerk to bridge, B. A. 1748. M.A. 1761.

partner, in the house of Mr. Jones, M.P. for lo Saville-row, the Hun. Mrs. Gunning, Devizee, in Mansion-house-street. Thus beo wife of George G. esq. and sister to Lord coming enrolled in the first class of British mer. Bradford.

chants, Mr, Havard was frequently consulted • In Lincoln's inn-fields, Henry Maddock, esq. in the most difficult and important adjust

In St. John's-square, Mr. Edward Wrigbi, ments of mercantile accounts; and has now printer, 42.

bequeathed to five daughters more than In Lower Grosvenor-place, Marianna, 10,000!. each, the fruits of his own exertions second daughter of Captain Stackpoole, R. N. and personal industry. His house and the

At Epsom, Henry, the third son of John hospitalities of his cable were not only open Scott Whiting, esq.

to his countrymen in general, but many of At Camberweli, Sb.vel Blackwood, esq. 81. his younger friends, from Hereford, will

In Golden-square, Elisabeth, eldest daugh.. gratefully acknowledge how materially they ter of John Wallace, esq.

have been aided by his powerful interest, and In York-street, St. James's, Isabella Anne, valuable advice. Nor were these the only third daughter of Henry Hugh Hoare, esq. 15. pronzinent features of ability and worth in At Acton, Robert Tubus, esq. 77.

the character of Mr. Havard : the Banks of In Southampton-street, Bloomsbury, Lady the Lug, and other similar effusions, acknow. Talbot, relict of Sir Charles T. bart. 79. ledge him as no despicable poet; but perhaps

At Hammersmith, Mr. Alexander Palmer, it is less known, that he not only aided Mr. many years cutler to the Royal Fanıily, St. Dibdin, in his work called The Bye-Stander, James's-strect.

but also contributed some of those popular In Clarges.street, Ann, youngest daughter productions which are so happily calculated of Joseph Brandish, esq.

to excite the daring of our gallant tars. Of In Leicester-square, Mrs. Lloyd, relict of these the well-known words of " My Poll and Thomas Bullock Lloyd, esq. and one of the my Partner Joe," were written by Mr. Havard; sisters of the late John Webb, esq. M.P. for and it is said that 20,000 copies of that balGloucester.

lad were sold within a very short period after In Alsopp-place, Paddington, William its publication. In a word, Mr. Havard has Brosun, esq. M.P.

done honor to the place of his birth; his meIn China-terrace, Lambeth, Mrs. Mary mory will ever be held in respect, and his Flercber, daughter of the late Francis F, exaniple is worthy the imitation of all.

In Clarendon-square, Somer's. Town, aged At Highbury-place, the Rev. William 80, Thomas Mor timer, esg. a gentleman well Parry, D.D. a distinguished pulpit orator, known in the literary world, as author of and some years since much the subject of con- many useful and interesting works, and forversation, from the circumstance of his endea- merly bis majesty's vice-consul at Ostend. vouring to enforce his discourse by producing "In Great Ormond-street, aged 53, of a pula a human scull to the congregation.

monary consumption, Thomas Fincb, esg. Gustavus Adolpbus Througbron, youngest F.R.S. only son of the Rev. Robert Pool son Richard T. esq. of the Custom-house, Finch, D.D. Furtber particulars will be given London, 22. His death was occasioned by a in our next. blow he received against a post,

PROVINCIAL

esq. 84.

PROVINCIAL OCCURRENCES,

WITH ALL THE MARRIAGES AND DEATHS; Arranged geographically, or in the Order of the Counties, from North ta South.

Communications for this Department of the Monthly Magazine, properly anthenticated, ana sent free of Postage, are alwuys thankfully received. Those are more particularly acceptable which describe the Progress of Local Improvements of any Kind, or which contain Biographical Anecdotes or Facts relative to eminent or remarkable Characters recently deceased.

NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURÀ AM. of workmanship, any thing of the kind ever MARRIED.) At Baneburgh, Captain produced in that part of the kingdom. It is

George Brown, to Misss Heleu Blackett, four yards and a half in length, and three daughter of Mr. James B. of North Sunder. yards and a quarter in breadch; the centre land.

exhibits, in the most spirited and correct At Newcastle, Mr. Charles Magnay, to manner, the family arms, with a border of Miss Sarah King, of Pelton.-The Rev. Sathe most exquisite fancy. The buds of roses muel Pollock, of the Low Meeting House, are such as would appear to breathe fraNorth Shields, to Miss Johnson, daughter of grance all around,” were it possible for the the lase Captain J.

artist to exalt them with the tints of nature. At Lanchester, Mr. C. M. White, to Miss In short, the loom itself, the beauty, the faWhite, daughter of Thomas W. esq. of bric, and the amplitude of the table-cloth, Woodlands, Durbam.

exceeds every thing that can be shown in che At Stockton, Mr. Robert Shortcliff, to north of England. Miss Porrett, daughter of Mr. John P. of Married.) At St. Bees, the Rev. Dr. Hart Warren, near Hartlepoul

Fishet, of Whitehaven, to Miss Watson. At Sunderland, Mr. Jot.n Bailey, second At Brigham, Mr. James Cunnion, school. son of Mr B. att.rney, to Miss Fisher. mascer, of Pardshaw Hall, to Miss Rebecca

Died.] At Harrowgate House, near Dar- Lancaster, of Dean Scales. lington, Mr. George Maxson.

At Carlisle, John Edmond Sutton, esq. of At Durham, Mary, widow of Anthony the parish of Greystock, to Miss M Wil. Grey, 88 - Mrs. Ann Pearson, 84. - Tho liams, daughter of Mr. William M Williams, Rev. James Deason, curate of Edmondbyers of the city of Carlisle. and Pittington, minor canon, sacristan, and At Uiswick, Mr. Robert Boardman, of librarian of the cathedral, 85.

Liverpool, to Miss Heywood, daughter of the At Newcastle, Mr. Graham.--Mary, wi- late Robert H. esq. ut Geinchrutcherry, Isle dow of Mr. Jonathan Kidd, 82.-Clara, of Mann. daughter of Mr. Joseph Pollard..Mrs. Jane At Workington, Mr. A. Johnson, stationer, Henzell, 91.-Mrs. Esther Swinbank, 89. of Liverpool, to Miss Eliza King.

At Belford, the Rev. Robert M.Eune, 69. Died.] At Todrole, Mrs. Hannah Dixon,

At Hamburn Hall, near Hexham, Mrs. At Eunerdale Bridge, Mrs. Hannah Wil. Johnson.

son. Ac Witton Gilbert, Mrs. Dunn.

At Rischow, near Maryport, Sarah, wife At Kingshaw Green, near Hexham, Mrs. of Mr. John Braithwaite. Cowing, wife of Mr. John C. 76.

Frederic William, third son of the late Sir At Hexham, James, youngest son of the John Brisco, of Crofton Hall. late Mr. Edward Parker.,

At Morresby, after a long illness, conAt Sunderland, in her 101st year, Mrs. tacted by bathing when heated, Mr. Chris Douglass. -Mr. Gardner.

topher Hall, 24. At Blyth, the Rev. John Thompson, A.M. 'At Wincham, Mr. Robert Pickshall. 76.

At Douglas, Isle of Mann, Mrs. Brew, 93. At Mr. Pybus's, sen. Chester-le-street, At Upperby, aged 89, Mrs. Ann Simpson, aged 70, Sir Thomas Conyers, bart. who, af. aunt to Thomas Simpson, esq. an eminent ter a life of much vicissitude, had lately, by merchant in London, who, greatly to his ho the kindness of his friends, been placed in a nour, supported her for the last forty years, situation of comfort and respectability, which she was born and died in the same house. he lived but a short time to enjoy. Leaving At Scainton, Mr. Thomas Sander, well no male issue, the title becomes extinct, known for several years as eminent in the CUMBERLAND AND WESTMORELAND. profession of bone-setting, and successor to

Amongst the numerous improvements of the late Benjamin Taylor. His death was the present age, that of weaving figures on occasioned by his being overtaken by a thick cloth is certainly not the least. A double fog in passing over the mountains from bordamask table-cloth has been woven at White. rowdale to Cockermouth, where he was haven, for the Countess of Lonsdale, which obliged to remain all night, and a heavy rain is thought by good judges to surpass, in point falling during the night, he had so far lost

YORKSHIRE.

the use of his limbs that he was unable to built upon piling in a very strong and submount his horse, (which had stood by the stantial manner, and reflects great credit on whole time), and when day-light appeared, the abilities of Mr. Mountain, the architect. he was under the necessity of making his The principal front is to the north, facing way back again a considerable distance upon Humber street. The principal entrance, in his hands and knees.

Humber-street, loads to the first and second At Carlisle, Mrs. Lucy Wilson, 73.-Mrs. tier of dress boxes, up a very good Aight of Lofthouse, widow of Mr. L. drugsist, 46.- stairs, at the first landing place of which is a Mr Peter Staig, 45.- Margaret strong, 92. convenient lobby. The entrance to the pit, -Jane, daughter of Mr. Adam Armstrong, green-boxes, and middle gallery, is from the 20,- Mr. Herry Shaw, one of the partners passage on the east side the theatre; and the in the foundry urider the firm of Nicholson, entrance to the upper gallery from the west and Co. 44.- Mr. Robert Holliday, many side. Opposite to the doors of the pit, which years mayor's serjeant, 80.- Mrs. Catherine is capable of holding about 400 persons, are Moses.

outlets both to the east and west. All the At Penrith, Mrs. Yalders, a lady of dis- doors open ou wards. The interior is very tinguished churity.- Mr. Jolin Dalby, 75.- elegantly fitted up There are two tiers of Mrs. Grace Clementeon, many years master dress-boxes, sixteen in each tier, capable of of the Mitre Inn.-Mr. Benjamin Thom.p- acconimodating nearly 800 persons; green son, 53 - Mr. Robert Scott, 81.

boxes above, on a level with the middle gula At Whitehaven, Mrs. Jane Mellican, 35. lery, which together are calculated to contaia -Mrs. Mary Battersby, a maiden lady- 700 spec'ators; and an upper gallery, runMrs. Watson, 89.-Mr. John Wilkinson.- ning round the house, of the same cimenBella, wife of Mr. John Holmes. Mrs. sions as the dress boxes, and terminated above Wheatly.--Ann, wire of Mr. W. Blackhurn. by an elegant dome. The different tiers are -Mrs. Winder.

supported by ten light reeded columns of cast At Workington, Henry Gordon, son of iron; to the tops or these gilt brackets will Maitland Falcon, esq.-Mr. William Wil- be affixed, from whence glass and gold chanson, 56.-Mr. William Martindale, 69. deliers are to be supported. The front of

the boxes and galleries is painted of a pink The following is the annual report of the ground, with etruscan borders, the breadth cloth-searchers of the West-Riding of the of the wbole pannel running round each county of York, terminating March 25, 1001: tier. The boxes are lined wito scarlet cloth

Narrow Clorb. Yarde. to the height of five feet; the remainder of 151,911 pieces; or 5,951,769 the backs of the boxes is painted a light . 144,624

5,309,007 French grey, and neatly pannelled. The

tox-doors are lined uniformly with the boxes, Increase 7,287

649,755 and the upper part paiated white. A handBroad Cloth.

some corridor, five feet in wideh, runs round This year.

311,239 pieces, or 9,826,048 the outside, from whe..ce there is an enLast year....279,859 9,050,970 trance into each box, in every door or which

is placed a small glass, through which nearly Increase 31,880

775,078 the whole of the interior of the house may Total increase in yards .... 1,417,833 be seen. Round the front o: the green boxes, From the above report, which may be con- and the middle and upper galleries, runs a sidered as a barometer of our staple trade, it light iron railing, calculated to guard agasest appears that the woollen manufacture of this accidents. The proscenium of the stage is riding has experienced a considerable exten- supported by pillars, in imitation of yellow sion since March 1809, on a comparison with marble, with an arched top, from the side of

year terminating at that period. The which, next the stage, hang crimson ccra exports to the depots of Heligoland and Mal- tains, festooned, and ornamented with gold ta; to South America, and even to North fringe Over the middle of the archi is placed America, have been very large ; and it must the royal arms; on the left are placed the be clear to Bonaparte, that however tight he Dock company's, and on the right the freemay draw his prohibitory decrees, or how- mason's arms; above, in the groined work ever widely may be extended his continental which supports the dome, are painted tie system, such is the spirit of British enter- arms of the corporation of the town and prise, and the ardour of commercial adren. Trinity-house, with various trophies, &e. turc, that they are not to be subdued. The stage is 51 tect in depth. On a level

The new Theatre Royal, Hull, was open, with the stage is the green-room, and a small ed on the evening of May 1st. The thestie room for the use of the manager. Below occupies nearly the whole breadth of the these are the dressing-rooms for the gentleground between Humber-street and a new men; and above, those appropriatca for the street parallel thereto; and is situated about use of the ladies. Upon the whole, the apo kvalf way between the end of Queen-street pearance of the house is highly elegant, and and the south end of the Humber Dock. It the proportions excellent; the scenery is all is 123 feet in length, and 60 feet in breadth, completely new, and executed in a superior

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