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Newton, Hunts, to Miss Maydwell, third daughter of the late J, M. esq.

of Fothering- Married.] At Yarinouth, Miss Dooglas, hay.

daughter of Admiral Billy D. to Captain Adye, Died.) At Peterborough, Mr. John Tayler. of his Majesty's ship Briseis.-Mr. Thomas -Mrs. Whilsed, 65.- John Hetherington, Davison, of Sunderland, to Miss C. Barrett. gent. 83.

Died.) At Thorpe, near Norwich, dlie Rev. At Walton, near Peterborough, Mr. Ro- . Samuel Newton, upwards of thirty years mi. bert Mantor, 26.

nister of ;the dissenting congregation, called At Hardington, near Northampton, Benja- the Old Meeting, 78. min Lever, esq.

Ar Rougham, Fountain North, esq. At Harleston, Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. At Earsham House, Joseph Windham, esq. Flaycll, 16.

At Norwich, Mrs. Smith, selict of chic At Northampton, Robert, eldest son of R. Rer. Joshua S. rector of Holt, 61. Fleetwood, esq. of che Victwalling Office, At Thertord, Mr. Joseph Durrant, many London, 14 Mr. Buccutt. Mr. Levi, 66. years book-keeper to the Norwich mail. -Mrs. Battin.--Mr. Marriot. Mr. Alder- coach, 45. man Hall. He thrice served the office of At East Harling, Mr. Watson, of the Swan mayor, a circumstance unprecedented in the inn, 43. annals of that corporation.

At Oxburgh, Mary Margaret, only sur. At Mears Ashby, Mr. John Church, 67. viving daughter of the Rev. Joshua Whie,

At Courtenhall, Miss Wake, daughter of rector of that parish. Sir William W. bart. 16.

At Wymondham, Mr. Robert Bowder. At Pitsford, Miss Freshwater.

-Mr. James Large.--Mrs. Coates, of TiiAt Hardinston, Benjamin Lever, esq.

ney, near Yarmouth. At Weiford, Mr. Spencer, of the Talbot

SUTIOLE, Ian, 77.

Application is intended to be made to par. At West Haddon Lodge, Miss Elizabeth liament in the next session, fór a bill for diHeygat", 14.

viding, alloiting, and inclosing, the half-year At Harpole, Mr. Valentine Smith. lands, whole-year lands, commons, heaths, HUNTINGDONSHIRE.

and wastes in the several parishes of Acton, Married] At Yaxley, Mr. John Bird, of Great Waldingfield cum Chiltoa, Newton, West Walton, Norfolk, to Miss Warwick, and Great Cornard, in this county, and also of Stanground, near Peterborough.

for an act for better paving, likewise for At St. Ives, Ms. Edward Shinfield of Wis. lighting, cleansing, and watching, and otherbech, to Mrs. Wilson.--Mr. Bull to Miss wise improving the town of Bury St. Ed. Dancer.

munds. At Hemingford Grey, Henry Fowler, esą. Married. ] At Kersey, the Rev. W. !. youngest son of the Rev. Mr. F. rector of Bird, to Sarah, only daughter of the late S. Warboys, to Miss Holgate, daughter of the Hawtrey, recorder of Exeter. Rev. George H. late rector of Eyston, Essex. At All Saints, near Bungay, Mr. Fisher,

Died.] At Godmanchester, Mr. Henry aged 76, to Mrs. Toungate, 73. Halfpenny.-Mr. Veasly, 90.

At Bury, Mr. John Cocksedge, to Miss At St. Neots, Mrs. Sturtie, 76.

Mary Bryant. At Sawtry, Nr. Isaac Wheatley, 59. At Ipswich, Mr. George Bush, to Mrs.

At Huntingdon, Mrs. Cranwell, relict of Dorkin. the Rev. John C. late rector of Abbot's At Hopton, Francis Turner, esq. of Lone Ripton.

don, to Miss Sayers, eldest daughter of James CAMBRIDGESHIRE. Married.) Mr. Charles Dodson, of Peter- Died.) At Lavenham, P. Burton, esq. borough, to Miss Eliz. Bellamy, of Gedney. At Bury, Mrs. Hasted, wife of the Rer.

At Cherry Hinton, Mr. John Reynold Ly- Henry H. lecturer of St. Mary's, and only on, son of Mr. William L. of Cambridge, to daughter of the Rev. Dr. Ord, of Fornham S, Mar aret, second daughter of Mr. Thomas Mary.-- John Mills, gent. a man of the Sumpter H.

strictest integrity, and who possessed consiAi Ely, William Carter, esq. of the Inner derable abilities as a self-taught machemaTemple, London, to Jane, youngest daughter tician, optician, and astronomer, 16. of the late Matthew Bracke ibu:y, esq.

At Bungay, Mr. R. Moure. Mrs. Spall

. Died.] At Royston, Mrs. Nası, wife of At Wiek ham Market, Mrs. Churchyard, Mr. N. attorney, 63.-Mr. Norris, of the Mrs. Steward, wife of Mr. S. governor of Cross Keys Inn.

Tattingstone house of industry.
At Cambridge, Mr. R. Hopkins, cook of At Malton, Mrs. Heath.
Trinity Hall and Caius College, 47.-Mr. At Mildenhall, Mr. Thomas Dyson.
Richard Betso', upwards of 40 years keeper

135 EX. of Trinity College Library, 64. Mrs. Eliza- Great improvements are making in Har. beca Rogers, 74.

wich, finder the direction of the Board of At Litileport, Mrs. S. Crump: 83. Ordnance. Workmen are busily employed At Marsb, Mr. John Elwc6, 54.

in erecting a battery before the Angel gate,

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near the Ship-yard A great number of At Rivenhall, Mrs. Hutley. warehouses, workshops, &c. have been re. A: Springfield, Mr. Partridge. moved, and several houses are immediately Ac Stratford, Thomas Daire, esg. underto be pulled down to make room for further sheriff of the county. improveulents, and for the erection of a At Birdbrook, Mr. Samuel Fitch. stear-engine, to be employed in grinding

KENT. and pulverizing the stones found under the About ten o'clock in the morning of the Beacon chill, which have lately been dis- 24th of September, one of the powder-mills covered to possess a quality that will render at Dartford, together with some adjacent a cement composed of them, as durable as buildings, blew up; the report was cremens ne itsell. The corporation is said to have dous, and was heard for several miles around; sotu-ed 10,0001. for the stones of this kind indeed, so terrific was its explosion, that it now lying under the cliff: 'The ligh:-houses shook the earth at a distance of about a mile will shortly be pulled down and rebuilt, and and a half, with as much force as an earth. that now lighted by sea-coal, will afterwards quake could have done. Two persons lost be furnished with lamps, with reflectors like their lives. This is the third time within the other. The spire or the steeple recently these six years, that accidents of this kind taken town, on account of its decayed state, have happened at Dartford. will not be rebuilt, the Trinity-house con- The project of an archway through part of sidering it of no consequence as a sea-mark. Shooter's hill, has been revived, and formal

Married.) At Colchester, Mr. Peter De notice given of an intended application to vall, jun. to Miss Mary Taylor, daughter of parliament for a bill to carry it into effect. the late Mr. James T.

At the last general quarter sessions of the At Chelmsford, Mr. Richard Parr, of the peace, for the western division of this Whire Horse, to Miss Sarah Field, second county, the magistrates finally decided on the daughter of Mr. F. of Great Waltham. scite on which the new county hall, county

At Great Badduw, John M.Lachlan, esq. gaol, and other public buildings are to be of London, to Anna, daughter of Abraham ereciev, and the ground, fourteen acres, un Bullen, esq.

the norih side of Maidscone, extending nearly At Braintree, Mr. T. Nash, to Miss Sarah froin Week.street to the barracks, has been Lambert, youngest daughter of the late Mr. scumped out, and approved of. These pube Josepla.

lic edifices are to be on a grand and extensive At Maldon, Mr. Henry Wells, to Miss scale, with a spacious road round the walls to Mary Ellis

connect with the public roads, and will be in Ai Wondham, Walter Edward Perry, esq. every respect creditable, as well as ornamental of Maldon, to Miss Hance, daughter of John to the county.

Application will be made tu parliament ia Died.] At Chingford Hatch, William the ensuing session, for an act for making a

navigable canal from Brandbridges, in the At Stanford le Hope, aged 46, Mr. George parish of East Peckham, in this county, to Evans. He was on board the unfortunate the river Roller, in the parish of Iden, Sus. Grosvenor East Indiaman, when she was sex, with a collateral cut io certain chaik wrecked on the coast of Caffraria, on the 4th bilis, near Wye, and a cut, or railway, as of August, 1782, and was one of the few who, shall be deemed most expedient to Cranafter experiencing unparalleled sufferings, bronk. during a journey of 117 days continuance Married.] Ac Chatham, Lieutenant Jeans, across the deserts of that inhospitable coun- R.N. to Elcanor, daughter of William Madtry, arrived at their native home, and is sup- dock, esq. of Sheerness. posed co have survived that catastrophe the At Wingham, the Rev. John Taddy, to longest of any of those unfortunate sut- Catharina, third daughter of Samuel Law ferers.

tham, esq. of Dover. At Sandon, Mr, Sewell.

At Tcnterden, Mr. Hughes, of Cooling, At Colchester, Mrs. Winnock, relict of second son ot Edward H. esq. of Mersham, to Mr. Samuel W.-Mr. Codsell. --Mrs. Ram, Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late widow of James R. gent. late of Monkwick William Mantell, esq. of Kench-hill, Ten. Berechurch.--Mr. Samuel Bullock, of Great terden. Wigborough, 41.- William Hearn, gent. Died.) At Ramsgate, Sir Alexander Mon. comptroller of the customs of this port. ro, of Novar, N.B. a commissioaer of his

At Chelmsford, Ms. William Hayward. Majesty's customs, 8). -Mies Howlett, daughter of Mr. H. late of At Sydenham, Josiah Dornford, esq. a London, apothecary.--Mrs. Martha Summers, justice of the peace for this county, 76. widow of Mr. S. whom she survived but At Margate, Mr. G. Reajhead, of the freen months, 28.

house of Hugs, Readhead, and Co., Philpot At Great Baddow, Mr. Charles Moss. lane, London. AC Great Waltham, Mrs. Goodeve.

Ac Dover, John Knap, esq. captain and At Mountnessing, Mr. Robert Barker, of paymaster of the Royal Miners' light inbbe Gcorge inn.


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At Hornewood Lodge, the seat of Major- daughter and heiress of Richard Swayne, general Morgan, suddenly while at dinner, esq. of Bere, in Dorsetshire, by a daughter the Hon. Anne Henley Ongley, third daugh. of Thomas Trenchard, esz. of Wolvercon ter of the late Lord O. and sister to the pre- and Lychet-Maltravers, in the same county. sent Lord.

Mr. Carier, after having been educated at At Margate, the Rev. William Chapman, Cambridge, went into the army, and had a M.A. rector of Kimble Parva, Bucks, and company in the 9th regiment of foot (if we vicar of St. John's, Margate. He haj en- mistake not) about sixty-five years ago. At joyed the living of St. John's, only since this period his active and intelligent mind Easter, 1809, being them presented to it on made him much consulted and employed, the death of the Rev. William Harrison, particularly on the Kentish coast, when the

At Sturry, Mr. John Dell, 53. From rebellion of 1745 created serious fears of an bodily infirmity, which rendered his life re. invasion. Some years aficrwards, he mar. cluse at an early period, be formed a love forried a lady of good :ortune at Deal, to whom literacure, and was the writer of several po- some of his sister's poems are addressed ; and etical productions, replete with humour and retiring to the excellent house which formed ingenuity ; under the signature of Rusricus. a portion of her property in his native town,

At Maidstone, Mr. William Cork, sur. there passed the remainder of his life, and geon.-William, only son of Mr. William breathed his last. Soon after, he was put Elgar.

into the commission of the peace for the At Folkestone, Mr. William Reynolds, county, and discharged the duties of it for a solicitor.

long period of years with eminent superiority, At Canterbury, Thomas, eldest son of so as to entitle liim to the elevation to the Lieutenant-colonel Greene, of the Royal chair of the East Kent sessions, which he Artillery, in the East India service, 17. filled for some time with great credit. He

At Tovil, John Beeching, esq. 47.-Mis. was a man of very lively and acute natural Dowell, wife of Stephen D. esq.

parts, very highly cultivated, an exact and At the Marine Barracks, Chatham, Lieu. clegant classical scholar, an excellent line tenant Hancorn. He was leaving his room guist, and a man of extensive and general in the south end, and proceeding down the reading; in all which various departments he stone steps, which are separated from another continued to exercise his admirable faculties flight of steps by a low iron railing, when he to the last, his final illness not having at. overran himself and fellinto the area, by which tacked him for more than ten days before his he dislocated his neck and fractured hiš skull; death. Till that period he enjoyed all the he survived but a few hours.

powers of his body and mind with little apAt Mongeham parsonage, in the 82d year parent decay; his memory and vivacity were of his age, after a little more than an hour's in strong force; he moved with agility, and indisposition, the Rev. Henry Dimock, of the marks of age had made little impression Pembroke college, Oxford, M.A. 1751 ; rec. on his person; he worked in his garden, he tor of St. Edmund the King, and St. Nic read with eagerness, he talked with his cholas Acons, London, and of Blackmanstone, usual clearness and Auency, and he abated in in this county. Of this good mar, at the none of the attentive politeness of the old close of a long lite spent in the practice of court. He joined in all social circles, lived every duty, professional, social, and domestic, cheerfully and hospitably, and betrayed noit may be truly said, he fell asleep. The thing of the peevishness of an octogenarian. depth and soundness of his learning, the His person was that of an hale man, of little strict orthodoxy of his belief, and the pri- more than sixty. He had seen much of life, mitive simplicity and integrity of his man- knew its follies, and turned not with stera ners, might have entitled him to the highest repulsiveness from an acquaintance or com. offices in the church; but, in this world, pliance with its humours. In short, he had seward does not always accompany desert. all the polish, and all the agreeable knowIn the father's house are many mansions. His ledge, or a man of the world, added to that of will be bright and splendid, as were his a' ready and perfect scholar. In his literary talents and his virtues; firm and immoveable, taste, he was what some would deem tv3Das were his perseverance and his faith. tique; and many would deem too severe. Of

At Deal, aged 87, John Carter, esq. the the ancients, among his prime favourites, was oldest magistrate (perhaps with the excep- Horace; and of the moderns, Pope. He tion of Lord Frederick Campbell) of the seemed to prefer wit and acute sense, to sono county. He was brother of the celebrated timent and fancy. His politics were isse Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, the poetess, and of whiggism, perhaps a little extended with learned translator of Epictetus, who died the times. He feared despotism rather than February 19, 1806, aged 89. He was buro anarchy; and corruption rather than litenabout December, 1723, the eldest son of Dr. tiousness. He saw ihe two extremes of danNicholas Carler, minister of Deal, and rector ger between wbich modern lyovernments of Woodchurch and of Ham, in the same were vibrating; and leaned to the side of the county (a native of Buckinghamshire), who people. The stores of his understanding died at Deal in 1774, aged 87, by Margaret, were so abundant, and in such constant es



ercise, that it was difficult to contend with him; and his very years, which had all the From an advertisement in our paper, (says venerability, without any of the weakness of the editor of the Brighton Herald) che public aze, added the imposing advantage of high will perceive, that some of our friends in respect and awe. Rank never duzzled him; London have been seized with a desire to bless office and power he treated with indifference; this town and its vicinity with water works. and all the habits of his life were guided by a It will also be seen that the commissioners of calm and manly independence. He was a Brighthelmstone, not immediately perceiving baster of the law (various and complex as it the necessity of such a boon, are determined is) which concerns the duties of a country to reject it. They have refused it civilly magistrate, and wielded all its technicalities from the gentleman who made a respectful with astonishing readiness and skill. On application to them on the subject; but these subjects he was firm, and sometimes, should it be attempted to force it upon them, perhaps, a little tenacious in his opinions ; by an act of parliament, they have pledged but it was very rarely that he could be de- themselves to the town to do all in their lected in an error. His pen was continually power to prevent its taking place. Dr. Tierin his band, and in the course of a long life, ney, who has professionally paid great athe was the auchor of several pamphlets and tention to the quality and sources of the water political letters of a temporary mature, which with which Brighton is most profusely suphave probably perished with the occasion. plieil, declares, that it is che most healthy He has left a widow (his third wife) Anne, and salubrious that the island of Britain can daughter of the late Mr. James Po vell, of boust, and that should this water be diverted Wingham, and three daughters; of whom from its natural course, confined in reserthe eldest married Janies Williamson, esq. voirs, or pass through pipes, it would be de. late major of the 70th regiment; the other prived of its medicinal character, and might two are single. He was a most affectionare generate diseases, which at present are alhusband, and a mosi fond and attentive most unknown to the inhabitants. father; dedicating much of his time to the Married.] At Brighton, James Clarke, instruction and accomplishment of his chil. M.D. of Nottingham, to Ellen, second daugh dien ; and applying his care and his fortune ter of the late John Abraham, esq. of Tosto their gratification. In his death, both tenham. they and his widow will experience an irre- At Horsham, Thomas Abraham, esq. to parable loss. He has left one surviving half- Louisı, daughter of the late Edward Carter, brother, the Rev. Henry Carter, of Witten- esq. of Portsmouth. ham, in Berkshire, who has several children ; Died.] At Burwash, William Constable, of whom, two sons are post captains in the esq. 64. navy. He has also left two nephews by a At Brigliton, James Mitehell, esq. of sister; the Rev. Ihomas Pennington, rector Limehouse. --Henry Hughs, esq. of Harley of Thorley, Herts.; and the Rev, Montagu street, Cavendish square. James Stanley, Pennington, vicar of Northbourn, near Deal, esq. one of the masters of the High Court of the biographer of Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, his Chancery, and steward of the Marshalsea

court.- Mr. Burfield.-Charles Fox, esq.

many years a magistrate of Northamptonshire, Died ] At her fathers, James Newton, esq. and one of the venderers of Rockingham foreșt. Merton Abbey, Mrs. Jane Ann Christie, -Mr. Burfield.--- Miss Reyner, of London. wife of Mr. Robert C. merchant, Mark.lane, -Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Eaton, of London, 65. London, aged 25 years. This truly amiable At Hastings Barracks, Captain and Adyoung woman, during the last two years, jutant Edward Trelawney, of the Bedford had been gradually tending towards the gravo, militia, in which regiment he served twentyoften enduring the most acute sufferings, and eight years.--Fountain North, esq. of Rouge alternately exciting the hopes and tears of ham, Nortolk. those, whose happiness materially depended At Chichester, Mrs. Tnrner. - Mrs. Feast, upon her fete. She was characterized by daughter of Mrs. Kitchenor, of Brighton. great suavity of manners, mildness of dispo. She was proceeding on her way to Ashford, sition, and benevolence of heart. During in Kent, for the purpose of seeing her sister, her illness, she often manifested a fear, lest when the couch broke down, only two miles the should give too much or any unnecessary from the place of her destination, by which trouble, to those wbo cheerfully attended on accident she was so dreadfully bruised, that her. After taking an affectionate leave of she died within three hours. all around her, at the close of two successive struggles for life, she with resignation and Applications will be made to parliament in Coraposure fell asleep in the arms of death. the ensuing session, for acts for the following May her early removal from this world, purposes: 1. For making a navigable canal prove an additional motive to the young in froni the river Medway navigation at Tun. general; and to those in particular who were bridge, Kent, to communicate with the har. related to her, to prepare for the coming of hour of Portsmouth, at the Fluillouse, with the Son of Man,

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Sussex, Surry, and Hampshire. %. For home; but no tidings could be obtained of erecting a convenient stone pier at Ryde, in him, notwithstanding every pessible search the Isle of Wight, and also a market. house was made, ard large rewards offered, till and market place. 3. For exonerating from many days afterwards, when the body of this Eythes all the homesteads, lands, and tythe excellent young man was found in the Ken. able grounds in the parish of Ashley, and net and Avon canal, having floated from the making compensation for the same. 4. For place where it is supposed he must have inclosing the common, or commonable lands, fallen in, (through the darkness of the night) called Butler's Wood, in the parish of Lock to the mouth of a neighbouring tunnel. crly.

At Ivy House, near Chippenham, Matthew Married.) At Winchester, Mr. Driver, of Humphreys, esq. 76. Lymington, to Mrs. Gauger, relict of Mr. At Wyly, Mr. John Lock, 45. David G.

At Salisbury, Mary, wife of Mr. James At Stoke, W. C. Sharp, esq. of the Durham Garrett, 53.-Anthony, the well-known militia, to Mrs. Moody, of Èlson, near Gos- cook at the Antelope inn, aged 45 years, port.

nearly the whole of which he had passed at Ac Dummer, Charles Harwood, esq. to the Antelope, having been fostered and sup. Eliza, daughter of Thomas Terry, esq. ported by the late Mrs. Best and family, when At Jersey, Captain G. F. Iddins, of the a helpless and nearly destitute child of colour

. 57th regiment of foot, second son of John I. He had saved 1101. mostly in guineas, which esq. of Summerfield, near Birmingham, to has been appropriated towards the support of Miss R. Rodber, daughter of Thomas R. esq. his aged mother. of Weymouth.

At Manningford Bruce, John Grant, esą. Died.) At Newport, Isle of Wight, John

At Ansty, Mrs. Turner, wife of Mr. Kirkpatrick, esq. banker. Mr. T. Cook, Henry T. second son of T. c. esq. 22. His death was occasioned by lying on the grass after fa

BERESNIRI. tiguing himself with shooting.

The opening of the Wilts, and Berko In the Isle of Wight, the Rev. Fohn canal into the river Thames, at Abingdon, Wight Wickes, A.M. rector of Wardley cum was celebrated there on the 21st of Septem: Belton, Rutland and of Burslem, Staffordo ber, with every demonstration of joy. At 'shire,

half-past two o'clock a body of proprietors, At Emsworth, Dr. Joseph Heywood, many in the company's boat, with music playing, years master of a respectable seminary at and flags Aying, passed the last dock inte Greenwich, 68.

the river Thames, amidst the loud huzzas of At Winchester, Mr. John Ridding, son of a large concourse of people who lined the John R. esq. aged 17, senior scholar of Wine sides of the canal. The party proceeded from chester college, whose rising talents were re. the banks of the Thames, to the council warded at the last college election by a gold chambers, where they were joined by meme medal.-Mrs. Crabb, relict of Mr. Alderman bers of parliament for Cricklade, Abingdon, C. 77.

Oxford,' Hereford, Ludgershall, &c. and WILTSHIRE.

many gentlemen of the neighbourhood, and Application will be made to parliament in partook of an excellent dinner prepared for the ensuing session, for acts for the following the occasion. purposes: 1. For making a navigable canal from the Wilts and Berks canal, in the parliament in the ensuing session, for acts for

Applications are intended to be made to parish of Swindon, co join the Thames and making two navigable canals, the first from Severn canal, in the parish of Latton. 2. For Reading to Isleworth, in Middlesex, and the making a navigable canal from the Wilts second from Reading to the grand junctioa and Berks canal, ac Wootton Basset, to com- canal, in the parish of Cowley, Middlesex. municate with the canal, or feeder of the Married.] W. Hedges, esq. of Thatcham, dock company, ac Bristol.

to Martha, second daughter of Mr. Graham, Married.] Ac Chippenham, Mr. John of Newbury.--Mr. Lodge, of Newbury, to Tuckey, to Miss Pointing, only daughter of Miss

Herbert, of Copyhold.—Mr. Joha Lew. Nicholas P. esq. of Langley-Burrell. is, of Newbury, to Miss Steel, of Stanmore.

At Bower-Chalk, Mr. John Burrough, to Died.] At Maidenhead Bridge, Sir Isaze Miss Norris, daughter of the late Mr. Tho. Pocock, formerly of Biggin, near Oundle, mas N.

Northampton, for which county be served At Salisbury, Mr. William Smith, of Mil- the office of high sheriff in 1786—7. ford, to Miss Caroline Lovedee.

At Greenham, aged 72, Mr. Tull. In At Trowbridge, John Norris Clerk, esq. to three years and a half she was tapped thirty, Miss Perkins.

nine times for dropsy, and had 1954 pints of Died.] Ac Melksham, Mrs. Bruges, wife of water taken from her. Mr. Thomas B. and only child of Mr. Taylor, At Reading, Mrs. Swallow, wife of Mr. of Semington, 34.-Mr. Robert Pinckney, S. sen. of Woodfall, near Burbage. He left a At Ruscomb, Mrs. Pasmore. friend's house at the latter place on his return At Thatcham, John Whiting, esq. 24.


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