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consequence. As one alleviation of this
21. John Byng Wilkinson, esq. of dreadful visitation, we hear that no Red Lion-square, to the youngest daugli, lives were lost; and every exertion will ter of the rev. J. Thorocon, of Bottesdoubtless be immediately made by the ford, Lincolnshire. neighbouring gentlemen to procure ne- At Bath, John Christian, esq. eldest Assaries for the sufferers.
son of Christian Curwen, esq. M.P. of Workington Hall, in the county of Cumberland, to miss Allen, only daugh. ter of Lewis Robert Allen, esq. of Bach.
May 2. At St. George's church, Ha.
nover-square, Mr. R.Y. Cummins, of BIRTHS.
Plymouth citadel, to miss Lawrence,
daughter of Mr. W. Lawrence, builder, April 18. At Exmouth, she lady of Richmond, Surrey. Colin Makenzie, esq. of Dortinore, of At Little Missendon, the rev. Frede
rick Anson, rector of Sudbury, in the 20. The lady of John Finch Simp.. county of Derby, brother to viscount søn, esq. of Launde Abbey, Leicester- Anson, to miss Levert, only daughter shire, of a daughter.
of the late rev. Richard Levett, of Mil., Mrs. D. Walker, of Gloucester ford, in the county of Stafford. #reet, Portman-square, of a daughter. At St. George's church, by the hon.
26. Ac Twickenham, the lady of and right rev. The lord bishop of Bristol, John Dean Paul, esq. of a daughter. George Warwick Bampfylde, esq. only May 4.
Ac Gloucester-place, Mary- son of sir Charles W. Bampfylde, bart. le-bone, the lady of H. J. Hardacre, to miss Sneyd, only daughter of the rev. esq. of the royal navy, of a daughter, Ralph Sneyd, domestic chaplain to his being the eighth in sucression. royal highness the prince of Wales, preş: Al Genaed's Cross, the lady of
center of St. Asaph, &c. The married Edward Thomas Hussey, esq. of Gal- couple immediately left town for the fahem, in the kingdom of Ireland, was mily seat at Pultemore, in Devonshire. safely delivered of a son and heir, 6. Capt. John Croft, of the royal navy,
In Grosvenor square, lady Annc Ash. to miss Buckworth, daughter of the late ley Cooper, of a son.
Thomas Buckworth, esq. of Finsbury9. At his house in Queen Ann-street,
square. west, the lady of Win. Drummond
At St. George's church, HanoverDelap, esq. of a daughter.
square, the hon. colond Crewe, only The lady of capt. Walker, of his. son of lord Crewe, co miss Hungerford, majesty's navy, was safely delivered of a of Cavendish-square, and of Calne; in daughter, at Hill Lodge, near South- Wiltshire. ampton.
At St. Margaret's, Westminster, Mr. Walter Barratt, of Brighthelmstone,
surgeon, to miss Sayer, of ParliamentMARRIAGES.
James Benjamin Coles, esq. of TrowApril 20. At Gretna Green, William bridge, Wilts, to miss Mary Weeks, of Green, esq. proctor, Doctors Commons,
Taunton, Somersershire. to miss Mary Brewster, eldes.daughter Minis, to Mary Ann, daughter of Henry
Edward Ells, of Dancer's-hill, South of Jobo Brewster, esq. of Brandon, Suf
At Walcot church, · Bath, 25. At Clifton, near Bristol, lady Henry Bulton, esq. of Cortinghain, Elizabeth Maginis, daughter of the late Northamptonshire,
Durell, earl of Enniskillen. eldest daughter of che late lit ut. colonci In er 46th year, Mírs. Reddington, Drell, deputy commissary general on wife of Mr. Wm. Reddington, Windthe conrinent.
On Saturday last, at St. George's 27. At Iver, near Uxbridge, in sud. church, Ilanover-quare, caprain John deo and unsuccessful labour vishe wins, Alcxander Pui Mac Greyor, of the the wife of the rev.
George CL Bengal irfanirv, 10 miss Jane Ness, of Young, Bikir-streer, Pemmin squire.
At Clay Hall, Heres, Wm. Gosling, At St. George's, Bloom bury, by the esq. mer hant, of London. rev. E. Rovenshaw, Wm. Dickson, csq. 29.
At North M ms, Herifordshire, of Prospect place, Southampton, to Mrs. Jane Gould, veurgest and only miss Dickson, niece of majur-general remaining sister of the late hon. Mr. Dickson, of the same place.
Justice Gould. At St. George's church, At Bath, sir H. Dillon Massey. Hanover-square, by the rev. Mr. Orme, So. At Manchester, Henry Barton, one of his majesty's chaplains, lord jun. esq. of the highly respectable comChartley, eldest son of the earl of Lei. mercial house of Messrs. Henry and cester, to miss Gardner, daughrer of W. John Barton and Co. of that place. D. Gardner, esq. of Lower Grosvenor- May 3. At his house 'in Berner.
There were present at the ce- street, John Búller, remony
of parliament for East Looe, in Corne The duke and duchess of Leeds, the wall. marchioness of Townshend, the ladies
At his house in Norfolk-street, Towrshend, and the misses Elliker, Strand, Matthew Chessall esq. in the general and lidy Elizabeth Loftus, the 74th year of his age. hon. Charles Veres Townshend, and On Saturday Tast, at Kenelworth, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner.
near Coventry, John Hallifax, esq. at The bride was elegantly dressed in the advanced age of go years. while satin, richly trimmed with point At Cheltenham, on the 30th ult. lace.
Mrs. Ricketts, mother of captain Ricketts, of the royal nivy.
4. At Bristol Hot Wells, miss Spry,
eldest daughter of the late licutenante DEATHS.
general William Spry, of the royal en
On Saturday last, at his house in Lately of a rapid decline, in the Berner's street, Langford Millington, 23d year of her age, Sarah, wife of eq. George Yeeles, esq. of Bathford, Somer.
At his house at Ferham, rear setshire. Uniting a blameless conduct Rotherhamn, sincerely regretted, Jonathan in all the duties of social life, she was Walker, esq. one of his majis:y's justi. distinguished for pleasantness, and an ces of the peace for the west riding of innocent candour of manners, which the eounty of York.
THE FAIR SEX;
SOLELY TO THEIR USE AND AMUSEMENT.
FOR JUNE, 1807.
THIS NUMBER CONTAINS,
287, 19 Apécdote of Michael Angelog : $9
292 19 On Dramatic Soliloquy, 328
293 Majesiyls. Birthday. Stanza 7 On the Scoich Music,
299 Sonnci --Young. Egbert and Gay
900 bis Rosabelle-Ode to mbiciort-
301 Lady to her Husband-A Sum10 Ladies Dresses on his Majesty's mer's Day,
r 328329 Birth-day, 311 | 21 Foreign News,
333 11 A Night Walk in June, 315 22 Hon.e News,
336 12 Alphonso and Almira, 918 23 Births,
399 15 Solitary Walks in a Country Church- 24 Marriages,
This Number is embellished with the following Copper-Plates :
1 EUGENIO and ZELMA.
Printed for G, ROBINSON, No. 25, Paternoster-how;
WE have received W. M. T.'s Poetical Essay, in the manner of Spen. Ber : it shall appear in our next.
The continuation of the Elpille Family Secrets is intended for our next.
We are much ghliged to SOPHA TROUGHTON for her communication : her poetical contribplion, though it came too late for this month, shall not be neglected.
L. T.'s communications have been received, and the contributor has our thaoks
POR JUNE, 1807.
EUGENIO AND ZELMA,
By S. Y.
(With an elegant Engrating)
• Full many a gem of purest ray serene garb was none of his; no spangled The dark unfathom'd caves of ocean Bear;
vest or embroidered coat had marked Pull many a flower is born to blush unseen, And waste its sweetness on the desart air.'
laim of the anomalous breed of
Grar. ycleped beau gurçons. The litnet's MEN situated in private stations decked his form, while manly grace
russet brown was all the colour that attract no observation by their man- and natural elegance appeared in rters, nor do they acquire celebrity every motion of his limus; his sunby their goodness. They live con- burnt cheek gave lustre to his darktented at å distance from the splen- blue eyes, while they spoke all the did theatre of the world, and devote honest language of his heart, and their attention to the accumulation heamed forth sensibility, of a competency, or contribute to the happiness of others; while they
Of men live unknown but to a slender circle of The happiest he; who, far from public ragas acquaintances and die unregretted, Drinks the pure pleasures of the futel life.' except by the pattners or offspring of their beds, and all rertiembrance of In a cottage nearly adjoining that them is shortly consigned to oblic of the virtuous Eugenip dwelt Zelvion.
ma, a maid of still humbler birth, Eugenio was the son of an honest She was poor and unprotected; the peasant, who lived upon the tillage of daughter of a villager, whom she had a little land; whick, with industry, the misfortune to lose in her infancy. afforded a sufficiency for himself and She was the chief support of an aged his aged father and mother. Pride and afflicted muther; she was una was unknown to him; the gaudy taught and unpretending, the child