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182 Obituary of confiderable Perfons ș with Bingraphical Anecdetesa of a confiderable fortune; the bulk of which his return from Belfast to Killileagh, Robert (amounting to 30,000l.) he has bequeathed to Blackwood, M.P. for the borough of Killis his niece, only dau. of John King, efq; of Pe leagh. He had rode on rather before his bio. terborough.

ther and attendants, in order to get into his At West Court, Berks, aged 8o, the rev, carriage at Comber, and was found quite dead, Ellis St. Johr., brother of the late Sir Paulet, the horse, from appearances, having trodden and great uncle to the present Sir Henry Pau- violenciy between his shoulders atror be fell, let St. John, bart, and many years in the 6. Mrs. Mouniney, of Woolwich Warr:9. commission of the peace for Berks and Hants. At Blandford, Dorset, aged 36, the wife of

Feb. 1. At Brussels, in his 56th year,bis Grace the rev. J. Jones, who, whether congrered as George Beauclerk, duke of St. Alban's, earl a dutiful daughter, an affectinate and faithBurford, and baron of Hedington, bereditary ful wife, a fond and render mother, or (what grand falconer of England, hereditary register is fuperior to all) an exemplary and humble of the high court of chancery. His Grace, Christian, has detc few to equal, none to exon the decease of his father, was immediately ceil her. cholen high steward of the corporations of 7. At Edinburgh, Mr. Joseph Thomfun, Windsor and Oakingham; and, Dec. 15,

of Nortoohall of Eildon. 1751, was appointed by his la'e majelty to be At Illington, where she had refined during lord-lieutenant and custos rotuloruin of the a long and blameieis lite universally beloved county of Berks; which high office, on the and respected, M s..Marshall, relict of Francis acceffion of the present king, was conferred M. esg; formerly cne of the general accompt. on his late uncle, Lord Vere; the oaths of ants in the Excise-office. allegiance and fupremacy being indispensably 8. Ac Purlingon, co. York, the Lady of necessary to be taken, and which his Grace, Sir Thomas Galcoigns, part. being then abroad, could not have adm nistered 9. Near Lewes, Suflex, Thomas Har, esq.' to him. But, on bis return to England, his 10. Aged 87, Lieul. Gen. Thendore Dav. present majesty again appointed him thereto. Mrs. Hunter, wife of John H. esq; of GoAt the installation of his royal highness the bioas, co: Heris, M.P. for Leomintier. She prince of Wales, in 1771, bis Grace carried was daughter of Governor Hornby of Bombay. the sword of state before the fovereign, who · 13, Mr. Edward Chellyn, formerly an ewas prefent at the so'emnity. Hs Grace was ninent proctor in Doctors Commons, but had born June 25, 1730; and was m rried in

retired many years. 3754, to Jane, daugh er and lule leir of Sir At his leat at Kelston, near Bah, Sir Walter Roberts of Glasfenbury in he county Cæfar Hawkins, serjeant surgeon to his MaKent, bart. by whom having no issue, the jelty. ticles defcend to the hon. George Beauclerk, 13. In her 83th year, Mrs. Wrigh", relict erg. his second coulin, the grandson of Lord of the late rev. Mr. w. of Gra niby, near William Beauclerk, second lon of Charles the Louih. first duke of St. Alban's. His late Grace was 16. At Eltham, H, Ingrame, esq; formerly the third duka. Charles, the first duke, his mjor of dragoons. grandfather was born May 8, 1670, died May At Beverly, the rev. Thomas Confiable, ir, 1726, in the 56th year of his age; recior of Siggler: horne, and archdcacon of Charles, the second duke, was born April 6, Yorkhire Eait Riding. 1696, died July 27, 1751, in his 36th year. Ac Hi ckley, advanced in years, Mrs. It is somewhat remarkable each duke was in Whaley, reliet of Mr W. Dudding'on W. his 56th year. His Grace's remains are to be surgeon of that town (who died Sept 2, brought to England for interment near thore 1778), and nearly related to the learned ediof his ancefors in Westminster-Abbey. He tor of Ben Jonsor. is succeeded by George Beauclerk, lieutenant 17. In Warwick ftreet, Golden rq. Joseph in the 3d regiment of Foot Guards, boin Dec. Edmondson, ely; Mowbray Herald Extraor. 5, 1758, only son of the hon. Cul. Charles dinary at arms, Herald Painter cu her MaBeauclerk, only surviving fon of Lord Wilo jelly, and F.S.A. liam Beauclerk, (second lon of Charles Duke At E field Highway, of convu'fions, in of St. Alban's, lon to King Charles II.) by child-bed of her son child, the wife of Capi. Charlotte daughter and co. heiress of Sir John Watcs, many years a contractor with Gu. Werden, bart, of Holyport, co. Berks. The vernment for transport thips. surviving males of this family are : Aubrey Greatly lamented by his family, after a Lord Vere, and two sons; the hon. and rev, long and paintu! illness, Mr. Thomas BroHenry Beaucleik, son of Lord Henry Beau. therton, merchant, of Boston. clerk; and Lord James Beauclerk, Bishop of At York, Mr. Thomas Beckwith, painter, Hereford.

F.A.s, whose collections for the tounty and 4. In Leicester-square, the rev. Mr. Da- city of Yorks were both numerous and valurell, rector of Ibstock, co. Leic, and of Up- able, and his communication of them free and pingham, co. Rutl. and lecturer of St. Olave's, uoreserved. A further account of him will in the Old Jewry.

be given in our next. Mr. Charles Brown, builder, at Richmond, At his prebendal house in the Caftle of Surrey.

Windsor, ja an advanced age, the rev. joha Near the village of Comber. in Ireland

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Obituary of confiderable Persons.-Circuits of the Judges.

143 Bo tock, D.D. senior Canon of the royal cha) Bostock had for these three last years been af pel of St. George, rector of II Ney aud Clewer, ficted with a paralysis in the throat, which io. Berks. Dr. Bostock obtained this prefere in a great measure deprived him of the power tent without a patron, and without the least of articulation, and rendered him unable to profpect, in the early part of his life, of at perform the services of the church ; which in taining to it.

- When Minor Canon of capacity he felt the more sensibly, as, when in W::Jius, at the crisis of a contested cleitinn health, he had always ftriétiy attended to his for the borough of Windsor , berween Mr. duty. Sincere in friendships, benevolent to Rowley and the late Mr. Fox, afterwards Ld his parishioners, hospitable to his acquaintHolland, it happened that Dr. Balthazar Re ance, particularly to those of the clerical progie, a Canin, died. Dr. Battock, then Vicar feffion, indulgent to his servants, a kind and of New Windfor, went to Mr. Fox, Haltered attentive parent, a tender and affectionate hur. him with the great affittanee he could lend band, an easy landlord, candid and uprighe in hir, but, knowing the nicety on which the alt his dealings, this worthy patriarchal clereléction hung, told him, such affistance de. gyman calmly submitted 10 auor her paralytic pended on his pricuring him the vocant ftall: attack in the 77ih year of his age, Gncerely Me. Fox, bav're drawn on the Treasury to the regretted by his friends, and juftly lamented extreme, and knowing that a single vote was by every one who had the least dependence of he dimost consequerce, sent express to the Minister, to intorm him, that unless Mr. 18. Åč Bath, John Bindley, esq; formerly a Bofiock was appointed Canon he should lose commissioner of excise--a gentleman to whole his leat fuis Windfor. The metienger bought asilities the revenue of this country is congback the ridings fine reverend gentleman's derablu incebted, as well for its augmentation preterment; Mr. Fo: did get his eledion ; as improvement in several capital branches. but, fave hus own lirgle voie, little advantage Hon. James Jolin Colvill, eldest son of La further was made of Mr. Burck's promise. C. of Culross. He enjared it necs 30 years, and may be said 19. At Woolwich, Tho. Powry, esq; clerk through lite to have been th: mott lucky man of the works there. thz ver en ered into it. He succeeded the 20. In Lamb's-conduit-fr. Mr. Henry Atla: A1 Burcheit in the rectory of Clewen, kine, Surveyor. ard, on the dia:h of B.fl. p Ewer, was, by P. Verbruggen, eso; cannon-founder to his the Drar and Chapier, appointed to the living Majesly. of Bley.--He was buried, on the 25th, at 21. Laurence Sulivan, efq; many years Winciur. -Anoihir correspondent adus, Dr. chairman of the East India Company.

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J. Heath. 11. Ashhurn B. Horham. J. Buller. Thurl.Mar.2

Hertford Saturday

Aylesbury Monday

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Abingdon 1 Triday 7

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Winchester Wednesd. 8

Oxford Thuriday 9

Bedford Friday

Okeham Saturday 11 York & City Huntingdon Linc.& City

Sarum Worc & City Monday 13

Maidtionc Bluelday 141

Cambridge Wednet. 15

Stafford Thurday 16

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Dorchester Friday

Therford Saturday 18

Shrewsbury Monday 20

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Herefora Saturday 25

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Launceston vond. 27 Warwick

Monmouth Wednesd. 29 Lancaster

Glou.& Ciry Thursday 30!

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186 Meteorological Diaries for April, 1785, and March, 1786.
April. Barometer,
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OBSERYATIONS, Violets begin to blow._2 Brown butteifly (papilio'articæ) appears. Pilewort (fecaria verna) in bloom. – 3 Common elm in bloom; this tree in mild winters blows early in Feb.

Brimstone butterfly (papilio rhamni) seen.-- Afp (populus tremula) in bloom. 6 Wryneck (jyox torquilla) rerúros and pipes: this bird, in several languages, is called the cuckoo's forerunner.—1 Apricot hegins to blow..8 Frogs spawn, nous, Daffodil in bloom. The daffodil this year could not take the winds of March with beauty, and scarcely came before the swallow dared. Two swallows feen. Tit-lark (alauda pratensis) fings. -51 Almood-trees in bloom. Cuckoo and nightingale heard. 12 Several {wallows appear.-"Gooseberry and corinth in bloom. -"* Black-thorn (prunus spinosa) in bloom. -15 Regolus non criftatus medius laughs.-* Redstart (motacilla phenicurus) returns and fings.

.-17 Swallows frequent houses; some fit and dress themselves on trees, as if wet and dirty.-J8 AM-tree in bloom.

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Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Tbermometer.
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