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OBITUARY.-Rev. B. L. Edwards.

REV. B. L. EDWARDS.

Jan. 2. At Northampton, aged 66, the Rev. Benjamin Lloyd Edwards.

He was upwards of 45 years Minister of the Independent Congregation assembling at King's Head Lane Chapel in that town; and during that lengthened period proved himself the ardent and uncompromising friend of civil and religious liberty. His professional services were characterised by the lucid arrangement of his subjects, the perspicuity of his style, and the fervid earnestness of bis mauner; but whilst enforcing his own views of the peculiar doctrines of Christianity, he was never betrayed into the slightest violation of candour or liberality; and the benevolence of his disposition prompted him to the habitual exercise of charity towards the temporal wants, as well as towards the religious opinions of all within the circle of his connexion. But the most distinguishing trait of his character was his unbending, inflexible integrity. Regardless of the frowns of his opponents, and uninfluenced by, though not insensible to, the smiles and approbation of his friends, he had only to ascertain the line of his duty, and no selfish or personal considerations could induce him to swerve from it.

DEATHS.

BEDS.-Dec. 22. At Ampthill, aged 92, Margaret, widow of Rev. Robert Hagar, Vicar of Haynes, Beds. and dau. of late Granado Pigott, esq. of Pigotts Abingdon, co. Cambridge.

BERKS.-Jan. 7. Aged 53, John Sherwood, esq. of Reading.

Jan. 11. At Reading, aged 73, Lt.-Col. Balcomb, late of 1st dragoon guards.

BUCKS.-Jan. 6. At Great Marlow, Francis, youngest son of W. Hickman, esq. Jan. 12. At Fingest, aged 88, Mrs. Catherine Lowndes, sister of the late Wm. Lowndes Stone, esq. of Brightwell.

CAMBRIDGE.-Dec. 9. At Chesterton, near Cambridge, advanced in age, Miss Elizabeth Benson, one of the ladies of the Manor.

Jan. 7. At Swaffham Priors, Anna Maria, infant dau. of Rev. Dr. Jermyn.

Jan. 12. Aged 21, John James Ibbotson, esq. student of St. Peter's College, Cambridge.

CUMBERLAND.-Dec. 31. At Whitehaven, J. Bree, esq. brother of Martin Stapylton, esq. of Myton, Yorkshire.

DEVONSHIRE.-Aged 38, John Clark Langmead, of Derriford, esq. Justice of the Peace for the County, and Captain in North Devon Militia.

At Paignton, Lieut. Yard Eastley, R.N.

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At Stonehouse, aged 67, Lt.-Col. John Macdonald, late of 64th foot.

Jan. 5. At Coombe Royal, aged 57, J. Luscombe Luscombe, esq.

Jan. 15. At Modbury, aged 17, Anna, youngest dau. of Rev. W. Stackhouse, of Trehane, Cornwall.

DORSET.-Dec. 81. At Weymouth, lond, esq. of Highnam Court, Glouc. aged 34, Fanny, second dau. of Wm. Hol

Jan. 1. At Shaftesbury, aged 74, Lydia, relict of John Rogers, esq., faithful and exemplary in the discharge of her duties as a Christian and parent, leaving an only daugh

ter.

At Weymouth, Julia Anna, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Gen. Browne.

Jan. 6. Aged 17, Emma, second dau. of H. W. Johns, esq. of Blandford.

DURHAM.-Dec. 26. At Stockton-onTrees, aged 68, Richard Jackson, esq. Alderman of that Corporation.

Lately. At Bishop Auckland, aged 74, Mrs. Easterby, late of Skinning Grove, near Whitby.

ESSEX.-Jan. 1. At Bowes, ChippingOngar, aged 55, James Barlow, esq.

GLOUCEST.-Lately. In her 90th year, Elizabeth, widow of Rev. Aug. Tho. Hupsman, Rector of Beverstone, and Vicar of Berkeley.

At Pauntley, Anne-Frances, wife of Rev. Thos. Commeline.

At Hampton upon Severn, Anne, widow of Rev. Richard Lockey, of Stenchcombe. Jan. 1. Aged 74, Edmund Wick Viner, esq. of Wick-street House, Painswick.

At the house of her daughter Mrs. Meredith, Bristol, aged 97, Mary, widow of Mr. Richard Callen, and aunt to Charles Pyer Callen, esq. of Great Merickston, Pemb.

Jan. 3. At Clifton, Miss Guest, dau. of late Thos. Guest, esq. of Dowlais Ironworks.

Jan. 4. At Clifton, aged 90, Lt.-Gen. Richard Bright, late of the Royal Marines, and many years Commandant of the Plymouth Division. He was appointed Capt. 1775, Lt.-Col. 1794, Col. 1798, Major-Gen. 1805, and Lt.-Gen. 1811.

Jan. 12. At Blakeney, Mary Ann, wife of James Jones, esq. of Camberwell. HANTS. Dec. 26. At Ryde, Isle of Wight, Mary, relict of Henry Singleton,

esq.

Dec. 28. At Lymington, aged 76, Hannah, relict of Samuel Harrison, esq. late banker, of Southampton, where her remains were interred in the catacombs of All Saints' church.

Lately. At Southampton, in the residence of her son-in-law Joseph Chamberlayne Wilkinson Acherley, esq. the relict of Rev. Guy Fairfax, rector of Newton Kyme, York, and of Babworth, Notts.

At Cowes, Charlotte, wife of Rev. J. B. Atkinson, and dau. of S. Dowell, esq. Bath.

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At Portsmouth, aged 96, Mr. Mackay, a veteran soldier, who served in the German war of George II. as a drummer. A numerous family of descendants surrounded his death-bed; and his intellects were perfect to the last. He was one of six brothers who went into the army, and one of whom became Governor of Tilbury Fort.

Jan. 1. At Andover, aged 72, Capt. and Adjutant Donald Fraser, 78th reg.

Jan. 5. At Warnford rectory, Jane, relict of Thomas Lewis Owen Davies, esq. late of Alresford.

Jan. 8. At Yately, aged 65, Henry Randell, esq.

Jan. 13. At Bishop Stoke, aged 62, Frances, wife of E. G. Bourdillon, esq. HERTS.-Jan. 20. At Sarratt Hall, aged 36, Ralph Day, esq.

KENT.-Dec. 4. Augusta, third dau. of John Jones, esq. of East Wickham; and Dec. 25, Harriett, fifth dau. of late Rich. Staynor Jones, esq. of the same place.

Dec. 6. At Ramsgate, aged 61, Thomas Fawssett, esq. Major in the Cambridge Militia, only son of Thos. F., esq. of Wisbech, solicitor.

Jan. 9. At Plaistow-green, Bromley, aged 75, Miss Boyd, late of Edinburgh. Lately. At Ramsgate, Hester, relict of Daniel Robinson, esq. solicitor Gray's iun. LANCASHIRE. Dec. 31. James Hargreaves, esq. of Bank-hall, Burnley.

Jan. 3. Mr. Thomas Ashton, son of a great master cotton-spinner at Hyde, near Manchester, was assassinated, on his way from the factory to his father's house. He was found lying on the road about eight o'clock, his body being perforated by two bullets. It is supposed that he was mistaken for an elder brother; but the causes which have led to this horrible atrocity are at present veiled in obscurity.

LINCOLN.-Jan. 4. At Blyborough, aged 70, Louisa, widow of Peter John Luard, esq. formerly of Northampton.

His

MIDDLESEX.-Dec. 26. At Tottenham, aged 59, Thomas Carpenter, esq. an eminent naturalist and cultivator of Science. researches and discoveries in the economy and instinctive operations of insects and microscopic animalcula were original, extensive, and curious; many of the latter were but the ten millionth part of an inch, yet all in life or animated motion. He improved the method of illuminating the minutest opaque objects by candle-light, under the compound microscope; and published many of his observations and discoveries in the latter volumes of Gill's Techniological and Microscopical Monthly Repository.

Jan. 2. At Shepperton, aged 84, James Living, esq.

Jan. 10. At Hillingdon, aged 70, Charles Montague, esq. formerly of Camberwell.

NORFOLK.-Dec. 8. At Shropham Hall, in her 50th year, Sarah, wife of Rev. S. R.

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Leathes, and dau. of late Lieut.-Gen. Hethersett.

At Bracondale, aged 78, the widow of Wm. Carter, esq.

Lately. At Lynn, in the house of her uncle, Thos. Allen, esq. aged 16, Harriett, dau. of F. Hogge, esq.

Jan. 5. At Hillborough-hall, aged 53, Ralph Caldwell, esq.

Jan. 7. At Norwich, aged 34, Mr. Jos. Stannard, artist.

Jan. 12. Aged 8, Henry-Aug. son of Rev. Win. Chester, Rector of Denton.

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.-Dec. 20. Aged 66, Kirby Freer, esq. of St. Martin's Stamford, formerly an eminent glass merchant at Manchester.

Jan. 8. At Deane, advanced in age, the widow of Rev. T. Reid, Rector of Corby, and of Stanton, Leic.

Lately. At Peterborough, aged 78, Eleanor, widow of Mary Levitt Ibbetson, and only child and heiress of John Lander, esq. the eminent mathematician, of whom memoirs will be found in our vol. LX. 191, LXXXV. i. 19.

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE.-Dec. 28. At Osberton, Harriet, wife of Gen. Saville Foljambe, esq. She was the 3d dau. of Sir Wm. Milner, Bart. of Nun-Appleton, in the county of York, by his second wife Harriet, dau. of Lord Edward Bentinck, and was married Dec. 9, 1828. Her remains were interred at Sturton, near East Retford.

Jan. 1. At Nottingham, aged 60, Mr. James Robertson, late one of the managers of the Nottingham, Derby, and Stamford Theatres.

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MONMOUTH.-Aged 69, Mr. Chas, Heath, printer, Monmouth, where he twice served the office of Mayor. He was the author of a Descriptive Account of Piercefield and Chepstow," 1793; a History of Monmouth," 1804; and "Accounts of Tintern Abbey, and Ragland Castle," 1806.

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OXON.-Jan. 7. Mary, 2d dau. of Jos. Parker, esq. St. Giles's, Oxford.

SALOP.-Lately. At Ellesmere, aged 81, Bulkeley Hatchett, esq.

At Oswestry, advanced in age, Mary, widow of late Rev. E. Hamar, Rector of Hirnant, Montg. mother of 21 children.

Jan. 14. At Market Drayton, aged. 58, J. Wilson, esq.

SOMERSET.--Jan. 6. At Bath, aged 38, Philip Bize Entwisle, esq. of Liswonnghouse, Glamorgan, 6th son of late John Entwisle, esq. of Foxholes, Lanc.

Jan. 4. At Bath, aged 40, Mrs. Nisbitt, wife of Col. Nisbitt.

STAFFORD.-Jan. 8. At Swinnerton-hall, aged 59, Mary, dau. of the Hon. James Dormer, younger son of John 7th Lord Dormer.

SUFFOLK.-Jan. 3. At the Boys' Hospital, Ampton, aged 41, Maria, wife of Mr. Augustine Page, the Master, and eldest dau. of the late Mr. Lionel Gowing, of Ipswich,

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by Anne, his first wife. In the first institution of the National Society in Suffolk, in 1812, she was elected Mistress of the Central School for girls in Ipswich, which she continued to conduct, on the removal of Mr. P. to his present situation, until 1821. In both capacities she was always regarded with filial affection by the children, respected and esteemed by their parents, and uniformly obtained the confidence and approbation of her superiors.

SURREY.-Jan. 6. At Richmond, aged 28, Amelia, wife of James Quilter, esq.

Jan. 12. At Hartley, near Croydon, aged 62, Simeon Smith, esq. of the Royal Exchange.

Jan. 14. Capt. Bridges, of Chessington, near Kingston. He joined the hunt at Riddlesdown, on a sudden pulled up his horse, and expired on his arrival at a public-house near at hand. He was a well-known sportsman in Surrey, and was exceedingly eccentric in his dress, generally wearing a great profusion of coloured silk handkerchiefs about his neck, and a hat with an enormous broad brim to it, turned up at the sides. He was the individual who performed a feat many years ago of riding full gallop down the Devil's Dyke, near Brighton, for a bet of 500l. and won it.

Jan. 15. John Bristow, esq. of Beddington. When following Mr. Jolliffe's hounds, he was observed to drop forward, and ultimately out of the saddle, on the ground. He was found to be quite dead; his death is attributed to apoplexy.

SUSSEX.-Jan. 1. At St. Leonard's, near Hastings, by a fall from his horse, in returning from hunting, aged 17, George James, only son of Thos. Wood, esq. of the Regent's Park, and grandson of James Burton, esq. of St. Leonard's.

Jan. 5. At Brighton, aged 86, Mr. Penfold, one of the oldest inhabitants, and father of Mr. Penfold, solicitor.

Jan. 6. At Goodwood, aged 8, Lady Sarah Lennox, 2d dan. of the Duke of Richmond and Lennox, K.G.

Jan. 11. At Little Hampton, Charlotte, wife of Capt. Edw. Burt, R. N. WARWICK.-Lately. At Leamington, aged 42, Wm. Syme, esq. Comptroller-gen. of the Customs, Dublin. Oct. 27. 90th foot.

At Leamington, Lieut. Rogers,

Dec. 21. At Walton, the seat of her grandson Sir John Mordaunt, Bart. aged 75, Anne, widow of William Holbech, esq. of Farnborough, and sister to the Very Rev. Dr. Woodhouse, Dean of Lichfield.

Jan. 17. At Foxcote, Francis Canning, esq. the head of the family from which sprung Lord Garvagh and the late Mr. Canning. He was a whig in politics, and a warm friend of Dr. Parr.

WILTS.-Dec. 29. Aged 72, Jane, widow

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of Thomas Tuckey, esq. of Winterbourne Bassett.

Jan. 6. At the Manor House, Fovant, aged 62, Samuel Bracher, esq.

Jan. 13. At Marlborough, John Halcombe, esq. the eminent coach proprietor. Jan. 15. At Salisbury, aged 72, Thomas Rendall, esq. late of Milston. WORCESTER.-Lately. At Pull Court, Mary-Theodosia, eldest surviving dau. of late Right Hon. Wm. Dowdeswell.

YORK.-Dec. 12. At Laughton-en-leMorthen, aged 83, John Auton, esq.

Dec. 22. Aged 28, Thomas, 3d son of late Thos. Fothergill, esq. of Aiskew House, near Bedale.

Dec. 28. At Hull, aged 42, Mr. William Wright, bookseller and stationer. He was a skilful mathematician, and contributed at different periods of his life to various mathematical periodicals.

Dec. 29. At Halifax, very suddenly, in his 105th year, John Logan, commonly called "Old Logan." He was born in

Montrose, Sept. 16, 1726. Fifty years of his life were spent in the service of his country, in England, Ireland, and the West Indies; for 19 years he belonged to the 20th Cameronian regiment, for 23 to the 32d regiment of foot, for three to the 83d regiment, and five to the Bredalbane Fencibles.

Dec. 80. At. Norman, near Tadcaster, aged 57, Ann, wife of John Robson, esq.

SCOTLAND.- Oct. 30. At Greenock, Lieut. Reid, 57th foot.

Nov. 14. At Helensburgh, near Greenock, after a severe illness, Mr. Henry Bell, the practical introducer of Steam Navigation into Europe. It was on the 2nd of August 1812 that he launched the first steam-vessel, called the Comet, on the Clyde. The number of steam-vessels now plying on that river amounts to more than sixty. Mr. Bell was latterly reduced to dependance upon charity.

Nov. 20. At Moncrieffe House, Perthshire, aged 41, Sir David Moncrieffe, the sixth Baronet of that place; nephew to the Earl of Dalhousie, G.C.B., and brother-inlaw to the Earl of Bradford. He was the son and heir of Sir Thomas Moncrieffe, the fifth Baronet, by Lady Elizabeth Ramsay, second daughter of George eighth Earl of Dalhousie. He succeeded his father March 26, 1818; and married Jan. 12, 1819, Helen, second daughter of Eneas Mackay, esq. by whom he had issue, 1. Helen; 2. Sir Thomas Moncrieffe, born in 1822, who has succeeded to the title; and 3. Wm.-Æneas.

Dec. 18. At Huntley, Captain John Gordon, late of 95th regiment.

At Huntley-bush, near Melrose, Isabella, eldest daughter of the late celebrated Dr. Adam Ferguson.

Dec. 24. At the Bridge of Earn, Perth, Ann, widow of Thomas Hunter, esq. of Limerick.

Dec. 26. At Caledon, Robert Crothers,

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aged 103, having preserved his faculties unimpaired to the last. He married twice, the last time at 85, and had eight children by the last wife.

Dec. 28. At Edinburgh, Jane, widow of Sir George Dunbar, Bart. of Mochrum; and mother of sir William Rowe Dunbar, the present and 6th Bart. She was a dau. and coheir of Wm. Rowe, esq. of Liverpool, was married in 1775, and was left a widow, with a numerous family, in 1811.

Lately. At Glasgow, aged 63, John Reid, M.D. well known in the literary world for his philosophical pursuits, having taught at various times, students in no less than twenty-six languages.

At Edinburgh, John-Walter, youngest son of Geo. Wade, esq. of Dunmow, Essex.

IRELAND. Lately. At the house of her brother-in-law, Henry Crosby, esq. Cloghan, Grace-Emma, eldest dau. of Wm. Currie, esq. of Itton Court, Monm.

In Dublin, Maria, wife of Thomas Fitzgerald, esq. barrister, and dau. of late Rt. Hon. Thos. Loftus, of Killyon, co. Meath.

In Dublin, the widow of John Preston, esq. of Ballinter, co Meath, (who died in 1781) and mother of the late Lord Tara.

In Dublin, Mary, dau. of the late Darby O'Grady, esq. of Mount Prospect, co. Limerick, and sister to the Lord Chief Baron (now Lord Rockbarton).

At Clontarf, aged 84, the Hon. AnnePhilippa Smyth, aunt to Lord Visc. Strangford. She was the younger dau. of Philip the 6th Viscount, by Mary, dau. of Ant. Jephson, esq. Her sister, the Hon. MaryAnne Smyth, died when upwards of eighty

in 1823.

At his seat, Brandum, co. Monaghan, Major Skeffington Hamilton.

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At Dublin, Thos. Eves Green, esq. solicitor, for thirty years joint Law Agent to the Corporation.

Advanced in age, Edw. Hill, M. D. Regius Professor of Physic at Trinity-college, Dublin.

At Cork, in his 70th year, Francis Walsh, M.D. the oldest practising Physician in that city. He was Surgeon in Adm. Rodney's ship, during the battle with Count de Grasse, April 12, 1782.

At his son the Rev. Dr. Forster's, Limerick, aged 82, C. Forster, esq. late of Dublin. John T. Ardien, esq. Member and Professor of Medical Jurisprudence to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.

At Bloomfield, near Dublin, aged 84, the widow of John Ruxton, esq. of Blackcastle, co. Meath, and sister to late Lovell Edgeworth, esq.

At Castlelyons, co. Cork, T. Barry, M.D. At Dublin, Bridget, wife of Allen Cameron, esq. late Major 20th light dragoons, widow of Lieut.-Col. Geo. Urquhart, 65th reg. and dau. of Beauchamp Colclough, of Bohermore, co. Carlow, esq.

At Rossborough, Lady Emily Leeson, infant dau. of the Earl of Miltown.

At Newcastle, co. Longford, aged 18, the Hon. Louisa King, youngest dau. of Visc. Lorton.

Jan. 9. Drowned in the Shannon, the Hon. Mrs. Wm. Massey. She had embarked in a boat with her servant and two boatmen for the purpose of dining with her relative Sir Hugh Dillon Massey, Bart. The current, unfortunately, caught the boat little above the falls of Doonas, and, owing to the darkness of the evening, and a thick fog, it was hurried over the fall, and all perished.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from Dec. 22, 1830, to Jan. 25,
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HAY AND STRAW, Jan. 24.

Straw 1. 14s. to 1. 16s. Clover 31. 15s. to 5l. Os.

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