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air as might become a man who had tra Married.-At St. Mary's, R. N. C. Hamilvelled, and mixed in the best society. ton, Esq. eldest son of Sir F. Hamilton, Bart. to

Constance, daughter of General Sir G. Anson, He had always a reserve of pleasantry,

K.C.B., M.P., &c. and a flow of ready mirth ; but he lacked

At Aldingbourne, Sussex, J. W. Buller, Esq. the effervescence of Lewis. In the pro of Dowriés, M.P., to Charlotte Juliana Jane, cession on Shakspeare's birth-day, insti third daughter of the late Lord Henry Howard. tuted by Garrick, and restored with zeal At St. George's, Hanover Square, the Hon. by Elliston, he personated Sir John Fal Augustus Villiers, to the Hon. Miss Elphinstone.

At Great Milton, Oxon, the Rey, W. M. staff, and gave some snatches of that

Ellis, A.M., to Eliza, youngest daughter of the rich, out-breaking, unctuous laugh,which Rev. J. C. Townsend. formed so essential a point of his success Mr. H. Hearne, of Aylesbury, to Miss Polin the original. As a manager, his in- den. trinsic knowledge of the stage, and his The Rev. T. S. Hedges, Rector of Little taste in theatrical matters, which was

Waltham, Essex, to Mary, youngest daughter of

James Coggan, Esq. enlarged by some literary acquirements,

The Rev. L. Lewellen, D.C.L. of Jesas Colafforded bim advantages which few ma lege, Oxford, to Caroline, third daughter of nagers possess. Behind the curtain he George Smith, Esq. was rigid, and perhaps dictatorial ; but At St. Mary's, Bryanston Sqnare, the Rev. he always carried himself with the po E. T. Champnes, to Miss M. Dawson, of

Portman Street. liteness of a courtier-except when an occasional flash of temper suffered him M.A., late Fellow of Worcester College, Ox

At Ellenbridge, the Rev. Joseph Amphlett, to forget his interests and bis station,

ford, to Anne, youngest daughter of the late G. Mr. Elliston became a widower March Penrice, Esq. 31, 1821. He has left several sons. His At Rodmarton, the Rev. J. Haygarth, Rector funeral took place on the 15th of July, at of Upham, Hants, to Sarah, eldest daughter of St. John's Church, Waterloo Road.

the Rev. Daniel Lysons.

At Isleworth, the Rev. G. Thompson, B.A., to

Mary Anne, second daughter of Captain J. L. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS.

White, of Richmond, Surrey. The Rev. S. Cobbold, A.M. to the Rectory of - At Christ Church, Hants, Mr. W. Tracy, of Woolpit, Norfolk.- The Rev. R. G. Jeston, to Mount Street, Lambeth, to Sarah, youngest the Rectory of Marston Sicca, Gloucestershire, daughter of the late Mrs. Strond, of Reading. vacant by the death of the Rev. W. Loggin. At Hawridge, Bucks, Mr. E. Brackley, of The Rev. S. H. Alderson, M.A. to the Vicarage Bellingdon, to Miss E. Weedon. of Buckden, Hunts, lapsed to the Crown by Dr. Maltby's promotion to the See of Chichester. - Died.--At Bury, C. Blomfield, Esq. father. The Rev.W.R. Colbeck, to the Lecturership to the Lord Bishop of London. of the United Parishes of All Saints and St. At High Wycombe, Robert Nash, Esq. John, Hertford, with the Liberty of Bricken At Cheltenham, in his 88th year, the Hon. don and Little Amwell, on the resignation of Robert Moore. the Rev. T. Lloyd.-The Rev. T. Gaisford, Pre At the Rectory-house, Chelvey, Somersetbend of Durham, to the Deanery of Christ sbire, aged 83, the Rev. Wm. Shaw, D.D. Church, on the resignation of Dr. S. Smith, and F.S.A. Dr. Smith to the Prebendary of Durham.--The J. H. North, Esq. M.P. for Drogheda. Rev. G. Pickering, to the Vicarage of Arskey, At Gayton-le-Marsh, Lincoloshire, Mrs. Maynear Doncaster, in the room of the Rev. Å. field, in the 102nd year of her age. Cooke, resigned.-The Rev. E.J. Howman, A.M. In Wimpole Street, the Right Hon. Lord Le to the Rectory of Bexwell, Norfolk.--The Rev. Despencer. S. Rickards, to the Rectory of Chelsworth, At Wheatfield, Oxon, the Rev. Frederick Suffolk.The Rev. C. Collins, M.A. on his own Charles Spencer. presentation, to the Rectories of Finstead and At Southampton, William Bailey, Esq. of Milstead.--The Rev. J. H. Sparke, A.M. to the Tonbridge Castle, Kent. Rectory of Gunthorpe with Bale, in Norfolk.- At Boxford, near Newbury, Mary Ann, The Rev. Francis Cobbold, to the Perpetual second daughter of Mr. R. Martin. Curacy of St. Mary in the Tower, Ipswich. At Lyne, the Rev. Michael Babbs, in his The Rev. W. Sharpe, M.A. to the Donative and Perpetual Curacy of Pattiswick, Essex. At Brighton, the Hon. C. W. Lambton. The Rev. T. Halsted, A.M. to the Rectory of The Rev. J. P. Boteler, M.A. of Henley-on Little Bradley, Suffolk.-The Rev. J. C. Wyn Thames. ter, B.A. to the Rectory of Donington on Baine, At Barnstaple, aged 85, the Rev. Dr. CorLincolnshire; patron, Lord Monson.-- The Rev. nelius Cardew, Rector of St. Erme, many J. Tyson, to the Vicarage of Merrington, vacant years Master of Truro Grammar Scheol. by the resignation of the Rev. T. Ebdon.-The At Leckhampstead, Bucks, Mrs. Brickwell. Rev. P. George, to the Perpetual Curacy of St. At Munich, the Rev. Thomas Briggs, Preben. Margaret's, Durham, vacant by the resignation dary of Stoke Newington. of the Rev. W. S. Gilly. - The Rev. W.J. Mr. Spiller, Librarian to the House of Com. Philpotts, B.A. to the Vicarage of St. Ewnie mons. Lanant, Cornwall, vacant by the death of the George Grant, of Shenley Hill, Herts, Esq. Rev. C. Cardew.--The Rev. D. G. Stacy, At Wooburn, Bucks, the Rev. Joshua Harris B.C.L., to the Vicarage of Hornchurch, Essex, vacant by the death of the Rev. J. Walker: The Rev. Wm. Wilson, Rector of Harring Th v. J. Morton, to Prebend of Leigh- ton, Northamptonshire. This gentleman was ton Beaudesert, in the Cathedral of Lincoln, killed by the accidental discharge of his gun, and to the Vicarage of Holbeach, Lincolnshire, whilst partridge-shooting. void by the promotion of Dr. E. Maltby to the At the Vicarage, Winchcombe, Gloncester See of Chichester.

shire, aged 62, the Rev, J. J. Lates, M.A.

S8th year.

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Art of Cutting, The, 286

Banks, Mr., Epitaph on, 274
Bill, Journal of the, 55
Biography of Odd Fellows, No. II. 40
Bridge, The New, and William IV. 86
Camp Hill, Lines on the, by T. Campbell, 81
Captive Pole, The, 242
Captivity of an Officer among the Rockites, 298
Charles Wilkinson, Account of Mr. 40
Cholera Morbus, a Tory's Prayer to the, 423
Cholera Question, of our present State, and future Prospects on the, 332
Church of Scotland, General Assembly of, 103
Clouds, The, 30
Club Colloquies-Cormorants, 64
Convent Sketches, No. II. 198. III. 366
Coronation, The, 182

Debt, Imprisonment for, 403
Eldon, Portrait of Lord, 117
English Literature, A View of, by James Montgomery, 305, 349
Epistle to the Lords, 385
Fables, Political, 372
Filicaja's Sonnet, 331
Gargantua, Sir, and his Wig, 364
General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 103
Great Fish, The, 128

Harrow Hill, 138
Holdherd John, his Letter, 277
House of Recovery for the Young and Beautiful, 10
How will the Question be settled? 324
Impressment of Seamen, 178
Imprisonment for Debt, 403
Indian Story, 17
Ireland, 1
Irish Sketches, No. I. 157. II. 374

Journal of the Bill, 55

Kuzzilbash, Indian Story, by the Author of the, 17. A Tale, by the

same, 410

Lady of Quality, Letters to a, 32, 243
Last Days of Mr. Salt, 205
Lines on a Blank Leaf of La Perouse's Voyages, 203

on the Camp Hill, by T, Campbell, 81
Lords, Epistle to the, 385

Mickiewicz, Adam, and his Poetry, 257
Military Resources of Prussia, The, 265
Modern English Literature, A View of, by James Montgomery, 305,

Montgomery James, Retrospect of Literature, by, 68
Musical Drama in England, The, 233
Mysterious Voice, The, 229

National Economy, View of, 338
National Gallery-Mr. Carr's Pictures, 82

Odd Fellows, Biography of, No. II. 40
Ourang-Outangs and the Nuts, 372
Pacha of Many Tales, The, No. IV. 141. V. 317
Peep into the Stock Exchange, A, 168, 311
Plague of 1665, 153
Poetry :-The Clouds, 30. Sonnet by Ugo Foscolo, 43. Tale of Tra-

falgar, 44. Camp Hill, Lines on, by T. Campbell, 81. Sonnet, 116.
The Great Fish, 128. Harrow Hill, 138. Sonnets by Ugo Foscolo,
156. The Spirit of the Sea, 175. Yes—let her die! 196. Lines on
a Blank Leaf of La Perouse's Voyages, by T. Campbell, 203. The
Mysterious Voice, 233. The Captive Pole, 242. Art of Cutting, The,

286. Filicaja's Sonnet, 331 Stanzas, 373. Autumn, 396.
Poland, 91. its Fate and Consequences, 213
Political Fables, 372
Politics, Theatrical, 397
Portrait of Lord Eldon, 118
Preface to Let, A, 251
Prussia and her Military Resources, 265

Recovery, House of, for the Young and Beautiful, 10
Reform Bill and the Lords, The, 218
Retrospect of Literature, by J. Montgomery, 68
Rockites, Captivity of an Officer among the, 289

Sailor, The Life of a, No. V. 189. VI. 278. VII. 342
Salt, Last Days of Mr. 205
Scientific Letters to a Lady of Quality, 32, 243
Sibthorpe, Colonel, Epitaph on, 274
Simpkin Papers, The, 269
Sinclair Correspondence, The, 299, 389
Singlespeech, Mrs. her Letter, 271
Sonnet, by Ugo Foscolo, 43. Sonnet, 116. by Ugo Foscolo, 156. Fili-

caja's Sonnet, 331
Spanish Slave, Story of the, 141
Spirit of the Sea, The, 175
Stock Exchange, A Peep into the, 168. Second Peep into the, 311
Tale of Trafalgar, 44
Tale, A, by the author of The Kuzzilbash, 410
Theatrical Politics, 397
Tory's Prayer to the Cholera Morbus, 423

View of Modern English Literature, by James Montgomery, 305,

Violin, The, 357

Wetherell, Sir C. Epitaph on, 275
William IV. and the New Bridge, 86.

Yes—let her die! 196
Young and Beautiful, House of Recovery for the, 10

Achillead, notice of the, 38

Dictionary of Quotations, notice of, 89
Affianced One, notice of the, 87

Distortions of the Spine, Beale on, notice
Allen on Insanity, notice of, 130

of, 13
American Society, notice of Report on, Dramatic Review 22, 53, 95, 137

Drury Lane Theatre 54, 138
Amethyst, notice of the, 133

Difief's Nature Displayed, notice of, 15
Amulet, notice of the, 83
Anatomy of Society, notice of, 84 Edinburgh Cabinet Library, notice of,
Apples, on the keeping of, 102

Ashantee War, Narrative of the, notice Essays on the Lives of Cowper, New-
of, 79

ton, &c., notice of, 12
At Home and Abroad, notice of, 117 Ethics for Children, Pietas Privata, no-

tices of, 15
Baggage-Waggon, Melling's retreat of a, Euterpiad, notice of the, 89

Excerpta Historica; notice of the, 14
Bankers, Caution to, notice of, 12
Bankrupts 27, 64, 105, 146

Facts relating to the Punishment of
Barker's Cæsar, notice of, 46

Death, notice of, 33
Bayley's Tales of the Revolutions 90 False Step, notice of the, 87
Bees 143

Fine Arts 19, 51, 94, 137
Bernay's German Books, notice of, 90 Fitzgerald, Life and Death of Lord Ro.
Best's Satires, notice of, 14

bert, notice of, 2
Bird's-Eye View of Foreign Parts, no- Fitz Ormond, Caledonicus's, notice of,
tice of, 47

Boring the earth 101

Forget Me Not, notice of, 82
Botany, Smith's Medical, notice of, 46

the Juvenile, 82
Boys's Captivity, notice of Captain, 44 Friendship's Offering, notice of, 81
Britton's Dictionary of the Architecture Funds, Reports of the, 27, 64, 105, 145

of the Middle Ages 19
Brooke, Sir A. de Capell, Travels of, Garrick Correspondence, Vol. I., notice
notice of, 8

of, 1, 35
Brown's Anecdotes of Quadrupeds, no- Geographical Society, New, notice of the
tice of, 131

Journal of, 131
Burke's Heraldic Dictionary, notice of, Ginevra, Story of, notice of, 12

Girard's Dialogues, notice of, 45

Graphical Illustrations of Shakespeare,
Cabot, Sebastian, notice of his memoir, notice of, 47

Campaigns and Cruises in Venezuela, Hall's, Bishop, Works, notice of, 129
notice of, 74

Hall's, Rev. R., Modern Infidelity consi-
Cartonensia, Gunn's, notice of, 16

dered, notice of, 129
Chaunt of the Cholera-Songs for Ire- Harro Harring's Poland 121
land, notice of, 129

Hay in Russia 103
Color Images in the Brain, notice of, 85 Haymarket Theatre 22, 53
Comic Offering, notice of the, 83 Hayward's, Translation of the Vocation
Commercial and Money-Market Reports of our Age, notice of, 88
27, 63, 103, 144

Henderson's Rules for Improving Health,
Commercial Vade-Mecum, notice of, 83 notice of, 88
Continental Annual, notice of, 132 Hereford Cathedral, Britton's History of,
Corderii Colloquia Selecta, notice of, 131 notice of, 43
Covent Garden Theatre 55, 139

Historical Register 28, 65, 106, 147

Homonymes Français, notice of, 89
Danby's Poems, notice of, 15

Humourist, notice of the, 82
Deaths 32, 72, 153

Humphry Clinker, Roscoe's, notice of, 11
Destinies of the British Empire, notice Hunters, Remarks on, notice of, 134
of, 13

Hurwitz's Hebrew Syntax, notice of, 14

Huskisson, Speeches of Mr., notice of, 5 Publications, List of New, 17, 48, 91,134
Importance of Insects 98

Quarterly Journal of Education, notice
Ingrain Loom, notice of, 59

of, 90
Insect Miscellanies, notice of, 90
Iron-Filings, Cement from, 100

Records, National, account of, 59
Island Bride, Caunter's, notice of, 14 Rectum, Salmon's Prolapsus of the,

notice of, 10
Jackson, John, R.A., memoir of, 72 Religion of Socrates, notice of the, 16
Johnson's, Dr. J., Philosophy of Tra. Revenue, account of the, 116
velling, notice of, 45

Rich's Daughter of Herodias, notice of,
Croker's Boswell's, notice of, 118

Roscoe's Novelist's Library, Vols. II.

11, III. 45, IV. 83. V. 133
Kennedy on Cholera, notice of, 74 Rouen Academy of Sciences 58
King's College, notice of, 99

Rural Economy-The Poor 61
Speech 116
Knowledge for the People, notice of, 47 Sailor's Bride, notice of the, 48

Shepherd's Sermons, notice of, 46
Lightfoot's Chart of History, notice of, Shower-Bath, Benham's new, 101

Silk, to dye gold colour, 58
London University School 99

Sisters' Budget, notice of the, 131

Sketches in Italy, notice of, 52
Magnet, notice of the, 83

Smuggler, notice of the, 125
Manuscript Memorials, notice of, 15 Society, Royal, proceedings of, 55
Marriages 32, 72,

Geographical, 55
Martin's Bible, notice of, 52

Souvenir, Literary, notice of the, 89
Mauritius, Recollections of Seven Years Steam-Engine, Morgan's, 100
in the, notice of, 14

Stirling Grants, account of the, 84
M'Culloch's Lessons, notice of, 46 St. Michael's, Crooked Lane, notice of,
Mechanical Arts, &c., 59, 100

Medical Botany 59

Strawberries, Keen's, 102
Memorial to the Medical Officers of the Strickland's Poems, notice of, 46

Infirmaries of Worcester, &c. 134 Supermedial Formations, height of, 58
Menageries, Vol. II., notice of the, 11 Survey of Scotland, Mineralogical, 57
Meteorological Reports 26, 59, 100, 142

New, of Straits of Magellan, 18
M'Intyre's Grammar, notice of, 47
Monastic Remains of Teviotdale, notice Tales of a Physician, notice of, 16
of, 52

Tanning, new mode of, 60
Murray's Family Library, No. XXIII, Tauroboliad, notice of the, 124
notice of, 11

Taylor, Jeremy's, Works, notice of, 11
Music 19, 52

Thoughts on Man, Godwin's, notice of, 41
Musical Publications 53, 95, 137

Timber, Matthews on, notice of, 44

Traducteur, Le, notice of, 87
New Year's Gift, Mrs. Watt's, notice of,

Walker, Epp's Life of Dr., notice of, 15

Wallace on Geometry, notice of, 130
Odds and Ends, Mall's, notice of, 16 Watering Places, Book on, notice of, 48
Omnipotence, a Poem, notice of, 46 Weddell, Mrs., memoir of, 32
Opera, The Italian, 19, 52

Weeds, to destroy, 103
English, 24, 53

What will the Lords dɔ? notice of, 86
Orlando, Rose's, Vol. VIII., notice of, Winter's Wreath, notice of, 51, 81

Wordsworth, Selections from, notice of,
Oxford Prize Poems, notice of, 47


Works in Progress, notice of, 17, 49,
Palenque, Ruins of, 139

92, 135
Palestine, Russell's, notice of, 48
Patents, New, 26, 61, 101, 143

Valpy's Classical Library, notice of, 11,
Peregrine Pickle, Roscoe's, notice of, 45

44, 131
Plants of Lanarkshire, notice of, 15 Village Patriarch, notice of the, 43
Plato's Four Dialogues, notice of, 130
Pleasures of Possession, &c. notice of, 45 Young on Cholera, notice of, 129
Polish Revolutions of 1830, 1831, notice
of, 86

Zoological Gardens, Surrey, 139
Political Journal 28, 65, 106, 147

Zoology, Mudie's First Lines on, notice
Potatoes 103

of, 10
Preacher, notice of the, 90

Catechisms in, notice of, 47
Pruning Saw, New, 103



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