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“ 1748, Dec, 28. John Richardson and Margaret Ewing,
both of Brampton, married." CONTENTS.-No 81.
John Richardson was of the ancient yeoman family NOTES :-Links with the '45, 41-Walsh Family, 42—Jubilee, of the Richardsons of Easby, a township of Bramp44-Memoirs of John Macky'-Photius, Montagu, and ton, and on the death of his father in 1759 he sucGibbon-Sir Gyles Goose-cappe,' 45~"Whiskam Dandy" |
"ceeded to the small estate at Easby, about forty-Van Dyck-Banbury Ale-Cider v. Wine-Ancient Mar- |
five acres, which is known from the Book of the riage Certificate, 46.
Barony of Gilsland' to have been in the possession QUERIES :-Designs for Rebuilding Grimsthorpe CastleBeatification - Papillon — Curiosity in Names - Owfield or
field or of his ancestors in 1603, and may have been so for Oldfield-Cromwell's General Lambert - Greville-Words connected with Architecture, 47—“As sharp as bottled three. His wife, Margaret, was a remarkable porridge"-Dulcardon-Lumley-Franklin's Magic Picture woman, believed by her Brampton contemporaries -Lady Bountiful-A Prophecy-Prout- The Pagota,' 48
to have been of a noble house. But“ if so," says a -"As pleased as Punch"-Robert Bale-Altarage-Religions and Sauces-Walking-stick-Strype-Authorship of
local record, “sbe kept her secret well, as she was Songs Wanted—Bishop Sparrow's Rationale,' 49. | in no way communicative to those about her, not PEPLIES :-Lord Mayor's Day, 49 - Urn Burial-Baliol
even to her husband, who always stood in great awe Burning Question, 50 — Acromerostich - Majesty - King of her." She died in 1813, aged eighty-four, George of Greece-Name of Author Wanted--Pre-Existence -Dr, Routh-Arms of Scott, 51-Curfew-Hubbub-M8. son, to whom it is said she left it on the condition Journal of F. White, 52-Dollar-The Sobriquet “ Albé"
that he inscribed on her tombstone the following Lieut-General Middleton — "Music hath charms," 53 — Christ Hospital - Gunn-Grecian Stairs, 54-Master and
epitaph :Servant - Fleet Lane, 55 - Crow v. Magpie-Suffix -ny- Here rest my old bones; my vexation now ends ; Literary Club-Maslin Pans-Quarles's · Virgin Widow,' 57 | I have lived far too long for myself and my friends. --London Bridge-Earthquakes-St. Wilfrid's Needle, 58— As for churcbyards, and grounds which the parsons call Lieut. W. Digby, 59.
holy, NOTES ON BOOKS:-Raine's Historians of the Church of
'Tis a rank piece of priestcraft, and founded in folly;
In short I despise them; and as for my soul, York'— Remains of St. Mary's Abbey, Dublin'-Boase's
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But about the next world I ne'er troubled my pate; Notices to Correspondents, &c.
If no better than this, I beseech thee, O Fate,
0, pray, let the bones of old Margaret lie quiet !
The record goes on to say that "the then vicar of
the parish, his attention having been called to LINKS WITH THE '45.
this epitaph, sent a copy of it to the chancellor of (Continued from 7th S. iii. 511.)
the diocese, who at once hastened to Brampton The late Mr. G. Hetherington, of Brampton, who and actually stood over the mason, one George died in 1881, aged eighty-three, told me that he Rowell, until he had picked out the objectionhad often heard bis grandmother, Elizabeth Smith, able lines with a chisel and mallet.” That the who died in 1813, aged eighty-nine, describe the vicar knew nothing about the epitaph until his crowd and commotion occasioned by the coming of attention was called to it may to some appear the deputy-mayor and corporation of Carlisle to strange. But the churchyard is a mile and a Brampton to deliver up the keys of the city to the half distant from the church, vicarage, and town; prince, which ceremony they went through on their and in later times a tombstone has occasionally knees. Among that crowd she said she well remem- been placed there without the knowledge of the bered having seen one Margaret Ewing, a girl of vicar. The chancellor, however, I think, must sixteen, who had come with the army from Scot- have ordered the stone to be altogether broken land. That girls did accompany the army we know, up, for the stone which now surmounts Margaret from what happened at the crossing of the river Richardson's grave does not look as if it has ever Esk, then much swollen from recent floods, on their borne any other inscription than her present epiway back to Scotland:
taph, which consists of ten lines, orthodox enough “None were lost, except a few girls, who, for love of to have been composed by the chancellor himself, the white cockade, had' followed the army throughout | beginning thus :the whole of its singular march, with an heroic devotion which deserved a better fate." Chambers's. History of
| Throughout the world's immeasurable space the Rebellion in 1745,' first edition, vol. I, p. 238.
"i Go, sinful man, and learn thy God to trace ! From such a fate, at all events from the risk of Mr. A. Ormiston, Carlisle diocesan surveyor, writit, Margaret Ewing saved herself when, on the
saved herself when on the ing to me about the original epitaph, says :departure of the Highlanders from Brampton, she
“An old friend of mine, Elizabeth Story (née Burgess), voluntarily chose to be the girl they left behind
who died in 1855, aged eighty-three, informed me that
she had seen the tombstone, and that it was a common them. Penrith parish register contains the follow
practice amongst young folk to gather together in ing entry :
Brampton churchyard for the purpose of reading the