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Leicester.—April 5. Aged 58, Rachael, wife of William Kenworthy Walker, esq. of the Grange, Leicester Forest. April 6. At Leicester, aged 35, Thomas Handasyde, esq. LIN colN.—March 10. At the house of her son-in-law, the Rev. W. H. Flowers, Horncastle, aged 66, Ann, relict of Thomas Fletcher, esq. of Handsworth. March 14. Aged 19, G. B. Vessey, eldest son of Samuel Vessey, esq. of Halton, Holgate. Middlesex. Feb. 28. At Ealing, aged 92, John Manning, esq. formerly of Newman-street. He was the son of the Rev. Charles Manning, Vicar of Hayes from 1738 to 1758, and who died in 1799, aged 85, by Elizabeth his wife, the only daughter of the Rev. James Baker, formerly Rector of Hayes. John Manning, esq. died Dec. 25, 1840, aged 60; and Samuel Manning, esq. sculptor, died Dec. 7, 1842, aged 54. These gentlemen were sons of the late Mr. John Manning, and were buried at Hayes. March 7. At the residence of the Rev. H. Engleheart, M.A. Bedfont Lodge, aged 15, Anne-Amelia, youngest dau. of Col. W. R. C. Costley, of the Bengal Service. March 14. At Hillingdon, Charles Agar Hunt, esq. M.D. March 27. At Hampstead, aged 84, Sarah, eldest dau. of the late Joseph Bradney, esq. of Ham, Surrey. March 28. At Twickenham, George Magnus, esq. April 1. At Pinner, Sophia, relict of Dr. Alexander Martin, of Sincapore. April 2. At her father's house, Castlebar Hill, Ealing, aged 25, Caroline Frances Hunt. April 5. At Enfield Wash, John Worsley, esq. late of Hackney. April 6. At Ealing, aged 87, Anne, widow of Edward Roberts, esq., late Clerk of the Pells in her Majesty's Court of Exchequer. Norfolk.-Jan. 28. Aged 33, Edward, second son of the late Henry Steele, esq. of Stoke Ferry. Feb. 9. At Thetford, aged 58, Thos. John Southgate, esq. for thirty-two years a resident of the West Indies. March 3. At Ashill, Elizabeth, wife of William Westrope, esq. and only daughter of the late William Boyce, esq. of Ashill and Emneth. March 4. Aged 34, Sophia-Susanna, wife of the Rev. Charles Morse, of Thorpe. March 5. At Norwich, in his 70th year, Warner Wright, M.D. having resided and practised for nearly half a century. At an early period Dr. Wright set on foot the Norwich Dispensary, and so early as 1804 was chosen one of the phy

sicians of the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, and performed the duties of the appointment for 36 years. He was for many years the leading physician in Norwich and the county of Norfolk; was made a magistrate of the city in 1836, and was visiting physician to the Norfolk Lunatic Asylum and to the Norwich Bethel for many years. March 15. Susanna, wife of Rear-Adm. Hawtayne, of Catton, and dau. of the late Rev. R. Norris, Rector of Tatterford and

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Lately. Browne, esq. North AMPtox.-March 21. Aged 67, Thomas Cheshire, esq. of Peterborough. At the residence of her nephew, the Rev. John Thornton, Northampton, Mrs. Thompson, widow of Lieut. Matthew Thompson, of the 11th Dragoons, and sister to Mrs. Kimberley, of Malton. At Broughton, near Kettering, aged 74, Robert Iliffe, gent. formerly of Leicester. March 24. At Cransley, aged 68, John Capel Rose, esq. He served the office of high sheriff of the county in 1805. April 7. At Peterborough, at the house of her son, the Rev. A. Good, aged 77, Agnes, wife of Peter Good, gent. North UMBERLAND.—March 21. At Bellingham, Thomas Richard Batson, esq. one of her Majesty's justices of the peace, an alderman of Newcastle, and the managing partner of the extensive iron works at Bellingham. He died by the overthrow of his carriage when returning from church. He has left a widow and five children. Oxford.—March 7. Aged 76, Charles Tamage, esq. of Horspath. March 18. At Chipping Norton, aged 67, Mrs. Harriet Oliver (formerly Downing), authoress of “Remembrances of a Monthly Nurse,” in Fraser's Magazine, and of various poetical pieces and stories in periodicals and annuals. SALop.–March 25. At Ludlow, Sarah, wife of William Downes, esq. Somerset.—March 11. At Bath, aged 81, Temperance, widow of Gregory Derham, esq. March 15. At Coombe Hill, near Bruton, aged 21, Emma, youngest dau. of the late Thomas White, esq. March 18. At Bath, Mary, wife of the Rev. Charles Evanson, incumbent of St. Andrew's, Bristol, and youngest dau. of the late Robert Malthus Payne, esq. March 21.-At Bath, aged 68, the Right Hon. Frances Countess of Portmore. She was the youngest dau. of William Murrells, esq. and became in 1828 the second wife of Thomas-Charles 4th and last Earl of Portmore, who died without issue in 1835.

At Staplegrove rectory, near Taunton, James S. Cowper, late of St. John's college, Cambridge, youngest son of the late Wm. Cowper, esq. of Guernsey. March 23. Aged 14, George-Henry, eldest son of Philip Henry Watts, esq. of Queen-sq. Bath. At Bath, aged 73, William Crocker, esq, March 25. At Ilchester, John Walker, esq. M.A. only son of Dr. Walker, Senior Fellow of Trinity college, Dublin, and founder of a sect that bears his name. March 30. At Parslands, Chard, aged 28, Frederick Adney, esq. eldest son of John Adney, esq. Lympstone. Lately. At Bath, aged 72, Miss Sarah Heyland, third and youngest dau. of the late Rowley Heyland, esq. of Greenock, Antrim. StAF Fon D.—March 14. At Statfold, aged 82, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of Samuel Pipe Wolferstan, esq. of Statfold, who died in 1820. Of this learned antiquary an interesting memoir (written by his widow) appeared in our Magazine for September 1820, p. 277. She was the dau. of Philip Jervis, esq. formerly of Netherseal, Leicestershire, and sister of the late Swynfen Jervis, esq. (whose death is recorded in our last number, p. 477), and whose daughter is married to the present Stanley Pipe Wolferstan, of Statfold, esq. This amiable lady was a very pleasing poet. In 1823 she published “The Enchanted Flute, with other Poems and Fables, from La Fontaine,” reviewed in our Magazine for March 1823, pp. 247, 454. In 1824, she published another work, “Eugenia, a Poem, in four Cantos,” noticed in our Magazine for 1842, Part ii. pp. 144, 264, 265. SUFFolk.-Feb. 11. Aged 20, Anne, the widow of John Bidwell Edwards, esq. of Bradfield Combust. March 4. At Bury, in his 77th year, Thomas Lumley, esq. March 5. In his 75th year, John Frost, esq. of Hawkedon Hall. March 8. At Orford, aged 90, Mary, widow of John Randall, esq. March 20. Aged 64, John Cooper, esq. of North Cove Hall, near Beccles. At Loudham Hall, Louisa-Jane, eldest surviving dau. of F. Corrance, esq. March 23. Aged 36, Michael Berkeley, esq. of Wortham Grove. Lately. At Sudbury Rectory, Lieut. Thomas Anson, R.N. youngest son of the Very Rev. the Dean of Chester, and brother to George Edward Anson, esq. Treasurer to his Royal Highness Prince Albert. Aged 70, Mr. A. K. Cowell, for many years an extensive merchant, and one of the Aldermen of Ipswich, SURREY.-Marck ll. At Walton-on

Thames, aged 27, Antoinette, youngest dau. of the late John Cox, esq. March 14. At Cheam, aged 76, Catherine, relict of Charles Butler, esq. of that place. March 15. At Reigate, aged 80, Elizabeth-Augusta, relict of William Soulsby, esq. of Winchmore Hill. March 17. At Lower Tooting, aged 88, Jane, widow of James Strachan, esq. March 18. At Richmond, aged 13, Louisa, dau. of the Rev. John Dymoke, of Roughton, Lincolnshire. March 28. At Richmond, aged 87, Joseph Millington, esq. April 3. At Oxted, aged 91, Joseph Hurlock, esq. late of St. Paul's Churchyard, surgeon. Sussex.-March 13. At St. Leonard'son-Sea, Elizabeth, wife of W. Mushet, esq. March 14. At Brighton, aged 38, John Kennedy, esq. secretary of her Majesty's Legation at Washington, and for some years Chargé d'Affaires at Naples; nephew to the Marquess of Ailsa, K.T. He was the only son of the Hon. Robert Kennedy, by Miss Malcolm, and married, in 1834, Maria, only daughter of Samuel Briggs, esq. by whom he has left issue. March 15. At Chiddingly, Ellen, wife of Robert William Cumberbatch, esq. March 17. At Westbourne, aged 76, John Day, esq. March 18. At Chichester, Margaret Susanna, eldest dau. of the late Benjamin Noton, esq. of Hadley, Middlesex. At Brighton, aged 65, James Cranbourne Strode, esq. March 21. At Midhurst, aged 80, Henry Ayling, esq. uncle to the Rev. Henry Ayling, Rector of the parishes of St. Mary and Holy Trinity, Guildford. March 23. At Brighton, Frances, sixth dau. of the late T. R. Salway, esq. of the Lodge, co. Salop. March 26. At Hastings, aged 34, Anna, wife of the Rev. Frederick Maurice, of Guy's Hospital. March 28. At Lewes, aged 88, William Balcombe Langridge, esq. for many years clerk of the peace for the county. At Hastings, Edmond Fuller, esq. March 29. At Brixton House, near Petersfield, Jessie, wife of Fielder King, esq. March 30. At Brighton, Dr. Theodore Gordon, Deputy Inspector Gen. of Army Hospitals. - April 5. At Buxted, Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. William Falcon, and daughter of Nicholas Simons, esq. of Lincoln’silan. WARwick.-Feb. 13. At Rugby, in his 9th year, Henry-Goodrich-Clarke, the eldest son of the late T. C. Harris, esq. of the Shade, Leicestershire, and grando son of Eagle Willett, esq. of St. Stephen's, Norwich. March 11. At Leamington, in his 82d year, Edward Brabazon Brenton, esq. Judge of the Supreme Court of Newfoundland. March 15. At Astley Castle, the Right Hon. Alicia Dowager Wiscountess Lifford. She was the eldest dau. of the Rev. John Oliver, D.D., was married in 1781 to James second Wiscount Lifford, and by his Lordship, who died in 1830, she had issue a son, George, who died an infant; James the present and third Wiscount, and the Hon. and Rev. John Pratt Hewitt. March 20. At Leamington, aged 88, John Southam, M.D. a member of the Society of Friends, late of Coventry, and formerly of Buckingham. March 21. At Warwick, Emma-Maria, youngest dau. of the late Rev. W. Fell, D. D. Rector of Brereton, Cheshire. March 28. At Rugby School, aged 16, Robert, only child of the late Robert Chaffey, M.D., of Martock. March 31. At Leamington, Mary, third dau. of the late M. C. Legh, esq. of Lyme Park, Cheshire. Lately. At Leamington, Lydia, wife of Robert Tench, esq. of Ludlow, Salop. April 2. At Milverton Lodge, Leamington, aged 72, Joseph Smith, esq. late of Strangeways Hall, near Manchester. April 6. At Sutton Colefield, aged 34, Edward Croxall Willoughby, esq. WorcestER.—Lately. Aged 64, Edward Ingram, esq. of Worcester. Wilts. March 25. At Melksham, aged 82, Mary, relict of James Finch, esq. March 31. At Swindon, aged 73, Elizabeth, wife of John Payne, esq. At Swindon, aged 37, Mary, wife of F. B. Mountford, esq. Lately. Aged 85, Mrs. Susannah Burrough, of Devizes, sister of the late Judge Burrough. At Box, Bridget, widow of the late Peter Pinker, esq. of Keynsham. At Chippenham, aged 32, Mary, wife of J. Slater, esq. April 3. Aged 76, Harriot, relict of Robert Cooper, esq. of Winterslow. April 7. Aged 32, Anna-Matilda, wife of Henry Seymour Symes, esq. April 9. At the Sands, Swindon, aged 75, Henry Potter Burt, esq. York.-Feb. 27. Aged 73, Mary, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Miles Atkinson, Wicar of Kippax, lecturer at the parish church, and founder of St. Paul's church, Leeds. Feb. 28. At Newhill-hall, near Wath, aged 88, John Payne, esq. He was an occasional contributor to the poetical columns of this miscellany more than sixty

five years ago, (see May 1777 and Jan. 1779). He was afterwards a zealous Reformer, and a personal friend of Major Cartwright. His mind ever remained alive to the beauties of the ancient classics, and his purse open to the distressed. March 10. Sarah, wife of J. Patchett, esq. Temple House, near Leeds. March 16. At Scarborough, aged 75, Dorothy, relict of John Travis, esq. for many years Deputy-Recorder and Town Clerk of that borough. March 21. Aged 81, George Westerman, esq. of Castle Grove, Sandal. March... At Harewood House, aged 16, the Hon. Alfred Daniel Lascelles, fifth son of the Earl of Harewood; and March 27, aged 17, the Hon. Algernon Francis Lascelles, fourth son of the Earl. March 30. At Kirkella, near Hull, aged 77, Anthony Wilkinson, esq. April 5. Aged 78, Elizabeth, relict of the Rev. James Addison, Vicar of Thornton-cum-Allerthorpe, in the East Riding. April 8. At Cliff Lodge, Leyburn, aged 55, James Taylor Wray, esq. WALEs.-March 17. At Erbistock Lodge, Flintshire, aged 84, Lieut.-Gen. Edward Webber. He was appointed Captain in the 90th Foot 1794, Major in the army 1796, Lieut.-Colonel 1802, Colonel 1811, Major-General 1814, and LieutGeneral 1830. Lately. At Bangor, aged 54, George Shirley Kiernan, esq. late of Dublin, and only son of the late George Kiernan, esq. of Drumcondra, Dublin. April 3. At Taibach, Glamorganshire, Caroline-Fanny, wife of H. L. Prichard, esq. and second dau. of the late Francis Bramah, Civil Engineer. Scotland. — Lately. James Allan Maconochie, esq. Sheriff of Orkney and Shetland. He was called to the Scotch bar in 1813, and, in various capacities, has rendered important public services. Feb. 26. At Edinburgh, Patrick Miller, esq. late of Dalswinton, and some time M.P. for Dumfries district of Burghs. March 2. At Hedgefield, near Inverness, Lieut.-Col. William Mackay, late of the 68th Light Inf. March 16. At Kelso, N. B. aged 19, Mary-Macdonald, youngest dau. of the late Rev. John Pitcairn. March 21. At Edinburgh, aged 38, suddenly, from the rupture of a bloodvessel, Alexander Blackwood, esq. eldest son of the late Wm. Blackwood, of Edin

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Edinburgh, aged 84, Gen. James Robertson, second son of the late Principal Robertson, Historiographer for Scotland. IRELAND.—Feb. 1. At Dublin, Helen, wife of Robert Usher, esq. of Cashel. Feb. 6. At Kilmore, Roscommon, Surgeon Auchmuty, who amputated Lord Nelson's arm at Santa Cruz. He received a gold medal from the distinguished naval hero. Feb. 8. At Dublin, William Webb, esq. Deputy Commissary-General. Feb. 21. At Dublin, aged 71, Jane, relict of Sir George Tuite, Bart. She was previously the widow of Major Woodall, of the 12th Foot, was married to Sir George in 1807, and left his widow in 1841. Feb. 25. At Woodlawn, co. Galway, aged 34, Harriette, wife of the Right Hon. Lord Ashtown, and youngest daughter of the late Thomas Cosby, esq. of Stradbally Hall, Queen's county. She was married in 1831, and has left two sons and two daughters. Feb. 27. At Rathkeale, John-Thomas, eldest son of Edward Odell Westropp, esq. of Ballysteen. Lately. At Dungannon, Isabella, last surviving daughter of the late Rev. John Graves, of Castle Dawson, sister to Adm. Samuel, Adm. John, Adm. Sir Thomas, and Adm. Richard Graves, and niece to Adm. Thomas first Lord Graves. At his residence, near Monaghan, aged 77, Samuel M*Dowall, M.D. Fellow of the Edinburgh College of Physicians, and forty years Physician to the co. Monaghan Jail and Infirmary. At his seat, Ballyredmond, Rostrevor, in his 93rd year, Alexander Stewart, esq. father of the Irish bar, and the oldest magistrate in Downshire. March 10. At Clonmel Barracks, aged 22, Lieut. Milburne Kemeys Tynte, of the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, second son of C. J. Kemeys Tynte, esq. and grandson of Col. Kemeys Tynte, of Halswell House, Somerset. March 12. At Leicester Lodge, near Dublin, suddenly, Catherine-Jane, wife of Major Swan, Staff officer; and on the following Monday, of scarlatina, aged 3, Edmond-Lombard-Frederick, their eldest son. March 14. At Cultra, Downshire, Elizabeth, third dau. of the late William Cairns, esco. "war 19. At Partry House, Mayo, Elizabeth, relict of Major H. B. Lynch, and eldest dau. of the late R. Finnis, esq. of Hythe, Kent. March 28. At Newry, aged 28, Anastatia, wife of Capt. Henshaw Russell, Staff Officer, late of the 97th Reg,

April 1. At Dublin, Francis Burke, esq. LL.D. barrister-at-law. April 4. At Askeaton, aged 80, John Hunt, esq. of Ballynort, brother of the late Sir Were Hunt, Bart. of Curragh. He served the office of High Sheriff of Limerick in 1801. JERs EY. April 4. At Belle-Vue, aged 71, Mary, relict of Lieut.-Gen. Le Couteur, many years President of the Jersey Ladies' Auxiliary Bible Society. GUERN's EY.-March 16. At Petite Marche, Elizabeth-Ann, youngest dau. of the late John Brooke, esq. of Austhorpe Lodge, near Leeds. April 3. Aged 70, Thomas Browne, esq. Major, half pay, 9th Foot, late of the 11th Light Dragoons, and of Canonsleigh Abbey, Devon. CHINA.—Feb. 26, 1844. I. Satchell, esq. recently Editor of the “Friend of China and Hong Kong Gazette.” Sept 10. At Chek-Choo, aged 44, Capt. G. A. Gordon, of her Majesty's 98th Regiment. Oct. 6. At Victoria, Hong Kong, aged 14, Julia, eldest dau. of the Hon. John Walter Hulme, Chief Justice of Hong Kong. At Chusan, Elizabeth, wife of Charles Dunbar, esq. brevet Captain 18th Royal Irish Regiment. Nov. 13. At Victoria, Hong Kong, aged 36, Capt. Thomas Maitland Edwards, 98th Regiment, Assistant Adjutant General. EAst INDIEs.-July 30. At sea, on board the ship Lintin, Sarah, wife of Major Corsellis, commanding 18th Reg. Native Inf. Sept. 28. At sea, on board the Vernon, on her voyage to Calcutta, aged 27, Mrs. Palmer, wife of W. P. Palmer, esq. of the Bengal Civil Service. Sept. 29. On board her Majesty's ship Pilot, on her passage from Moulmein to Calcutta, Norman Shairp, esq. R.N. second son of Major Shairp, of Houston, Linlithgowsh. Oct. 2. At Delhi, Maria, widow of Capt. Wm. Baring Gould, of the 42nd Reg. Bengal N.I. Oct. 7. At Cawnpore, Capt. Charles Woodcock James, her Majesty's 50th Queen's Own Regiment. Oct. 19. At Calcutta, aged 31, Harrietta, relict of Capt. Edw. S. A. W. Wade, Bengal Artillery. Oct. 26. At Arcot, Madras, Cornet W, Leslie, 6th Light Cav. Oct. 26. When travelling to Agra, Capt. Richard Ponsonby Alcock, 48th N. I. Assistant Quartermaster General of the army, barbarously murdered by a band of Dacoits,

Nov. 1. At Serampore, aged 28, W. C. Stopford, esq. Deputy Collector of Jessore. At Poonah, aged 34, Maria-Louisa, wife of Capt. M. S. H. Lloyd, 2nd Queen's Royals. Nov. 4. At Kurrachee, Bengal, Assistant-Surgeon George West Barnes, M.D. her Majesty's 13th Prince Albert's Light Infantry, and in medical charge of Her Majesty's 86th Regiment. Nov. 2. At Toronmungalum, MajorGen. Michael Riddell, commanding the Southern division of the Madras army.

Nov. 11. At Kolapore, Capt. St. John Mundell, her Majesty's 22nd Foot. Nov. 14. At Madras, aged 25, Maria Letitia, wife of the Rev. Edward Whitehead, A.M. Chaplain of Arcot. Nov. 19. At Bolandshuher, aged 20, George Henry Clarke, Civil Service. Nov. 29. At Sukkur, Bombay, Lieut. Richard Shields, her Majesty's 78th Highl. Dec. 9. Aged 22, having been mortally wounded in action at Hunumunt Ghaut, on the preceding day, Lieut. A. P. Barker, 21st Regiment N.I.

TABLE OF MORTALITY IN THE METROPOLIS.
(Including the District of Wandsworth and Clapham.)
From the Returns issued by the Registrar General.
Deaths Registened from MARch 29, to APRIL 19, 1845, (4 weeks.)

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