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ford; to Miss Jennings, of Harpenden,
Herts.— At Blakeney, J. Smith, esq.,
lieutenant in the navv, to JMiss r.
FartbiDg, second daughter, of Mr. R.
Farthing, merchant.

Died!] At Norwich, Mr. Jackson,
manufecturer.— Aged 37, Mr. M.
King, clerk to the Expedition coach.
Mrs. E. Cotton, of the white hart isin.
—At Yarmouth, in his 80th year, Mr.
B. Rockwood, tide-waiter at the cus-
tom house. — ^At Lynn, aged 63, Mr.
J.Dixou, sen. one of tiie common
ccHiDciJ, and stamp distributer for the
.ixKough.— At Holt, aged 53, Mrs. S.
hmnt, late of Foulsham.

NOKTHAMPTQNSHIRE.

Intended inclosare in this county.
Parisli of Cranford St. John ; also the
wrishes of Cauton, Chellington, and
oteventon, in the county of Bedford.

Married.] At Bythorn, W.George,
eac. to Miss Shelton, of Stoneley , both
in Huntinigdon shire. — At St. Martin's,
Stamford Baton, Mr. Cooper, surgeon,
to Miss Adams.— The Rev. S. files-
dale, fellow of Lincoln coUege, Oxford,
to Miss C. Jenkins, second daughter
of the late Rev. J. J. of Braunston, in
thiscoan^. — AtKettering, R. Salmon,
esq. of Weekley, to Miss Keep.

Died.] At Northampton , John W .
Wye, esq. eldest son of J. W. esq
Jaie of this town. About the year
1790, he was introduced into the me-
dical department of the Hon. East
India Company, on the Bombay esta-
blishment ; and irom the knowledge
wbicb he had acquired of the Malab^
language, combined with his concilia-
ting manners, he was appointed one
of the judges and collectors in tlie
then newly ceded districts on that
crast: a situation which he discharged
with credit to-himself, and satisfaction
to his employers. A series of ill health
Ptcvented his return to India, and at
length closed tte brightening tem-
potil prospects of this excellent cha-
racter.— At Fenny Sfratford, Bucks,
in his 53d year, Mr. T. Day, draper
and lace-merdiant. He was an up-
right tradesman^ generally beloved



and esteemed, for the soavity of hi
temper and disposition, and the urba-
nity of his manners. — Lately, in Lon-
don, Miss £liz. Squire, tfairc daughter
of the late W. T. S. esq. of mer-
boroogh.

NOHTHUMBERLAND.

A new district agricultural society
has been lately established in tiiis
county, entitled The Agricultural So-
ciety on Tyne Side. The Duke of
Nortliumberland is patron. Sir Thos.
H. Liddell president, and George Sil-
vertop, esq. vice-president. The first
general rn-^eting of the society was
held at Ovingham, on the 15th of
July last.

A British naval pillar has lately been
erecud as a lei^oing si a mark near the
Low House, South Shields. It is in-
teiided to inscribe ihe names of Howe,
St. Vincent, Duncan, iiiid Nelsoa, on
each side of the square base.

Married!] At Newcastle, Mr.
Railstone, tanner, of Morpeth, to
Miss Erableton.— R. Arkwrighr, esq.
late a captain in. the 2d battalion of
Derbyshire militia, and son of R. A-
esq. of Wiilersley Castle, Derbyshire,
to Miss F. Crawford Kemble, daughter
of Stephen George K. etiq. manager
of the Newcastle theatre royal. — Mk.
■T. Green, silversmith, to Miss Atkin.
— Mr. J. M. Mather, ironmonger, to
Miss H.tBell, oi the white hart inn,
Hexham.— Capt. R. Weatherley, of
Liverpool, to Miss £i Longrid^e.—
Mr. J. Bailey, civil engineer of Gates-
head, to Miss D. Anderson, of Kcn«-
ton.— At Darlington, Mr. R. Cliiia,
jun. skinner, to Miss M. Key.

Died.] At Newcastle, J. Scott,
escj.— Aged 62, Mrs. Wawn, mother
of Mr. w". surgeon dentist. — Mrs.
Jefferson, widow of the late Mr. G. J,
formerly a merchant in this town. —
At Darlington, Mr. T. Russell, ma-
nufacture!'. — At Clifton, Miss Bigge,
eldest daughter of the late T. C. B.
esq. of Benton House, in this county.
— At Kynton, in Herefordshire, in the
prime of life, W. Lee, esq. formerly
of Hexham.— On the Wall Knoll, in
his Gist year, Mr. J. Marshall, a
unitarian baptist, and father of Mr. M.
bookseller, in Gateshead. He wa.*;
generally respected as a man of a
chearfuf disposition, upright conduct,
and religious principles j tlie superior
value' and efficacy of which, he par-
ticularly evinced, in some of the ad-

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S6 Provincial Occurrences

verse and sorrowful scenes of life, number of other objects Aat hare

more especially in his last painfull been relieved, who were so reduced

iiliiess. to the most indigent and deplorable

SHROPSHIRE. condition, and that the whole amount

Mwrrled.'] At T>ud low, Mr. Roberts, adAanced in this laudable labour of
sadler,to^tiss J. Pictcc. — In London, love, has not exceeded the sum of
Mr. J. B.^r.tiey, ma^rer of an aciideiuy 32p7l- and 5 id.
inOswt'iny, to Mis^ Goidie.of Edin- Notice has been lately given bf
bui-gh. — At MadexY, S. Thompson, public advenisement, tliat m couse-
e-iiq. of Ca*»tle Gifdi, to Miss Pitt, of quence of the strenuous exertions
WnlverhaiT.ptnn. making at Bath Easton, in the sesrch

Died.] At Shrewsbu'^v, M-ss Tm- ot coafs, all further proceedings in the
roinTs, of UK Indies boarc(ing>rli( )oi. — Bitton Railway, are, at present, sus*
Aged 8;, Ml. F. I)i» ' en. several ye^rs pencVd.

Serjeant of the courtof re*}i't:..s in this By ihe Bath small debt biD, lately
tovvn. — At V/c!shpool, Mr. J". Wil- pas.-od into an act, no person com*
liaiiis, jun. attorne\. — At Pontesburj', milted to gaol tor any debt not ex*
at an cdvanced age, Mr. Brazenor, ta- ceenine 20«i. shall be kept in custody
therof Mr. B. >adler — At tlie bank for a longer term than twenty davsj
house. Church Stietton, Mrs. Oare, or if the hum does not exceed 2l. snail
widow, of Wo]la>cot. - The Rev. VV. be confined for more than forty days;
Sutton, vicar of Hales Owen, and a or if the sum does not exceed 3l. for
justice of liie peace tor tliis coiuit) .— more than sixty days } for a nun not
Airs. Bishtou, wife of J. B. sen. escj. exceeding 4l. more than erffhtv day&j
of Kilsall. — At Leegoraery, nearWej- not excelling 5l. one hundi'ea daysj
lington, Mrs. Nickson, wife of W. N. and not exceeding the s-uni of lOl. for
esq. — Mrs. Jones, of Bowen's Hall, more thah iwo hundred days j to be
near Haumer. She was on her return computed from the fime of his com-
from Whitchurch market, on a double niitnient,

fiorse behind her nephew, when the Married"] At Bristol, Mr. J. Da-
animal took fright, and she fell; the vies, surveyor, late of Brecon, to Mils
Consequence ot which was, that her R. Reefe, of Bro( kwear, in Glouceffi
skull was so much fractured, as to tershire. — Mr. L. Henwood, architect,
occasion almost inunediate death. to Miss M. Osbourn, daughter of D.

SOMERSETSHIRE. O. csq. of Silver Shoriug, in the county

The Bristol society, for the relief of Kilkenny, Ireland,
and discharge of persons confined for Died.]^ At Bristol, in a fit of iapo-
small debts, have liberated, in the P|exy, Mr. Drewcr, statuary. — ^t*
course of tlie last year, nineteen dis- T. Coates, wine merchant. — In her
consolate debtors, whose petitions 64th year, Mrs. M. Shearer, mother
came well recommended, and who of Mr. J. Shearer, custom house of-
had fourteen wives and forty-six chil- ficer.— Sirs. Dyer, widow of the late
idren, tliat partook of their calamities. Mr. D. linen merchant. — At Bath,
In particular cases of absolute distress, Mr. W. Moore, late a jeweller and
they have like^x'ise administered relief to)rman. — Captain Arthur Davis, of
to, and soothed the sorrowful sighing Forest Hall, near Swansea.— Of a pul-
of several oiher prisoners, whose in- monary consumption, at her lodgings
digence rendered them proper objects on Kmgsdown, Mrs. Brooksbank*
oAhis charit}'. llie whole sum which wife of the Rev. Mr. B. minister ofa
has been advanced for these beneficial dissenting congregation in haberdas^
purposes, including all charges, amount- er's hall , Loncfon. — Mrs. Askew, wife
fed to no more than the sum of 15l. 5f. of the Rev. Dr. A. of North Cadbury.
it must afibrd a pleasing retrospect to — At Boltonsbury, aged 96, alter three
the subscribers to this charity, to re- days illness, Mr. Thomas Hannam*
iiect, that in the course of little more He retained the use of his fecuhies to
than 3 1 years, no less than 648 debtors \i^ last. — Mr. R. Williams, of Bridg-
have been emancipated out of the ens.— At her mother's house, in Ha-

loomy recesses of a dreary jail, who verfbrdwest, in her 21st year, M«s
_ ad 467 wives and 1353 children to M. Anthony, second daugntCTof the
depend upon tTiem for the common late Captain A. of Scoveston, in P^^^"
necessaries of life 3 besides. a great brokeshire.

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Provincial Ocatrrekcet. 8^

'STAFFORDSHIRE. pooF, from Easfer, I8O4, to Eastec

UarritdJ — I'heRev.C B. Charle- 1805,- amounted to the sum d
wood, of Oak-hill, to Miss Phillipa, ig,32ll. 13s. Oid. Average number
\ateat Sed^eley, near Manchester, ^ ot out poor relieved per wti<ek, 224(5 ;
Died.] — At Litchfield, aged d8, in poor, 2S4 ; and of children in the
Mrt Thorpe, wife of the Rev. R. T. asylum,211— total 2741.
kte of Buxton, and eldest daughter of Married.^ The Rev. W. Jesse, jun.
dekte Dr. Disney, of Pomfret. This of Moseley Heatli, near Birminsjham,
iadj for nearly the'last 30 years of her to MLss S. Kendall, of Melton Mow-
liie, was rendered totally Iielpless bv bray, Leicestershire. — At Birming-
therf)eumaticgout,tlie pains uf which ham, Mr. J.Smith, linen-draper, to
she supported with exemplary piety. Miss Roper. — Mr. Jones, wine mer-
and iruiy christian fortitude. — At chant, of London, to Miss S. E.
lamwortii, Mr. Rice, of the Castle- Walker, youngest daughter of Mr.
Inn.— At Siattbrd, aged 92, Mrs. J. W. .of Wishaw-hall, near Coles-
Biddulph.— Miss F. Dolphin, daugh- hill. — At Harbourne, Mr. Oliver, fac-
ter of the late J. D. esq. of Shen- tor, of Birmindiam, to Miss Jackson,
fcone-moss. — At Warwick, at th^ Friends Meet-

SUFFOLK. ing-house, Mr. L Langley, of Litch-

Married.'] — At Bungay, Mr. R. field, to Miss M. Palmer. ofRadWay,
Januftn^rmler, to Miss H. Smith — Ditd.] At Kenil worth, Mr. BettV,
At the Quakers Meeting-house, Mr. a respectable farmer.— T. Underbill,

tRansome, of Yarmouth, to Miss esq. of Hands worth. — At Birming-
. Hunter. , ham, Mr. J. Tomlins,. one of tfie

Dift/,}— At Needenham - market, firm of Messrs. Gibson, Shore, and
Mr. T. Abbott. — At Bury, Mn^. Tomlins, iron and seel merchants. —
Thwauies, laundress, 64.— Mr Brink- Mr, Capenhurst, toy-maker.— The
Jejr, jun shoemaker, 2-4, a mem- Rev.T. Beale, A.M. of Bengworth*
ber of Captain Benjafield's light a j^entleman of genuine philanthropy
iii6ntry volunteers. — Mr. Haward, and universal benevolence, which in^
botcher. — At Waterbeach, aged 54, ducted him to contribute towards all
Mr. J. Mason, an opulent farmer — the principal charities in the kingjdom.
Of a confirmed dropsy, aged 55, Jane and with his purse open in his nand,
Phipps, formerly an old and faithfiil to relieve every woe- worn sufferer
sen-ant in the ramily of the Rev. Mr. whom he overtook in the path of lire-
Jervis, late of Ipswich. On her de- — At Coventry, Mrs. Foden, dealer
cease, her bladder and kidneys were in foreign wines and spirits.
foond prostruded into the centre of

tbebody. In a healtlifiil state they Wiltshire.

ihooki weigh about 12 ounces but in Salisbury Plain, lately a dreary un-
tbeir diseased and enlarged 'condition, profitable waste, now presents the'
Aey were found to exceed l61bs. most gratifying appearance of culti-

sussBZ. VBtion and produce. It is not many^

Married.} — Mr. Mabley, of Lon- years since it would have been dilh*
don, to Miss Norman, niece of T. cult to discover an indosure or spot
Giiffiths, esq. banker of Chichester, of ground devoted to tillage, for up-
Dierf.] At JLewes, Mr. J. Wilbar, wards of twenty miles, in the part of
jonr. ope of the wine surveyors for the country extending between An-
this county. — ^At Cuckfield, Mr., J. dover and Blandford. The whole of
Peckham, plumber and glazier. — At this tract, however, is now reclainacd,
MkJhuTst, Mrs. F. Yaldwvn, relict under various crops of excellent pro-
of the late Rev. J. Y. of Blackdowu. mise.

Mr. A. Shelley Nicholl, wij'e of Died,] At Salisbury, W. Robbins.
J. N.gent. ofWamham, — In her 93d esq. late of Pilcwell, near Lymington.
3«ttr, Mrs. Cooke, of Bolney.— Of — Mr. W. M. Burrough, only son oi
« apoplexy, a^ed 65, Mr. H. Ellis, M. B. esq. banker.— At Bath, Mrs.
yeoman, Slinfold. ' Grove, ot Netherhanipton, near Sa-

WARWicKSHiRB. ' lisbury, mother of S. G. csq. ofFerii-

^ a statement lately published at house.— In her 76ih year, Mrs. Wjt-
^irtningham, it appears that the ex- kins, relict of the late Rev. W. W.
pew* of maintainmg their in and out of White parish. ^ ,

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Married.} At Salisbury, Mr. S.
Devenish, clothier, to Miss M. Whit-
ty, of Axxninster, Devon.

Dial] At Stilish ury, Miss Best, of
the antelope inn. This amiable young
lady* while in the act of giving some
directions to her servants, suddenly
droppedi down a lifeless corpse. A
few minutes before this awful event
took place, a gentleman was congra-
tulating her on her healthful apiiear-
^nce; and in reply, she said, that she
(enjoyed better iiealth tlian she had.
4oue for many months bet'ore.

WORCESTERSHIRE.

It appears from the report of the
Worcester House of Industry, lately

Jniblished, that the governors have
iquidated to the amount of nearly
20r)0l. of their debt, during the last
tliree^ears, and that tlie poor rates
have in consequence been reduced
from ds. to 3s. m tlie pound. Under
tiie h^nd of law expences, the savings
have likewise been considerable, and
.they repeat their earnest desire that
Jlhe parish officers will settle all diffe-
rences, it* possible, with distant pa-
rishes, in afriemilif, liberal manner,
without having recourse to litigation.

WESTMORELAND.

Afarried.'] The Rev. Mr. Thomp-
so!i, of Castle Sowerby, to Miss Clark,
daughter of Mr. T. C. nurseryman, of
Keswick. — At Burton, in Kendal,
Mr F. Carter, jun. wine merchant,
of Lancaster, to Miss Priscilla Walker,
of Elm Tree, in this county.

Died.] .At Kendal, in his 54th
year, Mr. J. Lickbarrow, late prin-
cipal oNcrseer for the borough. — At
Furney Green, near B owners, aged
4!, G. B. Crump, esq. late of Liver-
JpooL

YORKSHIRE.

Married:)— Xi Hull, Mr. H Simp-
son. son 01 the Rev. H. S. vicar of
Whitgift, to Miss Scholefield, daugh-
ter ofT. S. esq.— Mr. Jos. Wilken-
son, merchant, of Girdlestone, to
Miss S. Gray, of J^eds.— Mr. W.
Taylor, mercnant, of HiiU, to Miss
A. A.skwith, of Rippon. — Mr. Hi^-

finbottom. of Whitby, to Miss S.
lodson, daughter of Mr. H mercer,
York. — At Bawlry, 'J. Kaye, esq.
of Wath-hall, to Miss Milnes, niece
to the late P. Harrison, esq.— Mr. T.
Prest, of Bedale, to Miss C Strang-
ways, eldest daughter of R. S. esq. —
J. Scott, esq. ot Woodsome, to I^Iiss



F. Horsfall, youngest daughter of tt»
late W. H. esq. of Storthes-hall, near
Huddersfield.— Mr. W. Spaw, ship
owner, of Hull, to Miss C. Hind* of
Wakefield.— Mr. Jackson, surgeon,
of Welton, to Miss Q>lumbny, daugh-
ter of Mr. C. architect, in London. —
C. E. Repingjton, esq. of Amington,
in Warwicksliife, to Miss Chohnley,
of Houlsham, in this county,

£)i«/.]— At York, Mr. Owram,
attorney, in his 73d year. — Mr. P.
Atkinson, architect, ana city steward.
—At Hull, aged32, Lieut. J. Shaw,of
the royal navy.— At Leeds, Mr. B.
Parkinson, liquor - merchant.— Mr.

G. Gawthorpe.^ At Scarborough a^
82, Mr. W. Clarkson.— At Malton,
Mr. J. Nelson, only son of the Rev.
J. N. ofRiccalL— At Wakefield, a^
79; Mrs.Smallpage, a maiden lady.—
At Beverley, aged28, Mr. W. Mosey,
plumber and glazier. — Mr. R. Har-
per, of Barthorp-bottoms, near Mal-
ton, an officer in Sir M. M. Sykes's
corps of yeomanry cavalry.— At Es-
ingwould, aged 35, Mr. Clough, linen
manufacturer. — Mrf?. Smealon, wife
of Mr. R. S. of Grafton, near Bo-
roughheds. Nine of her disconsolate
children followed her to the grave,
ahd her infant child was interrea with
her in the same coffin . — In her 72 year,
Mrs. Mitchell, late of Leeds, ana wi-
dow of the late Mr. Thomas M. for-
mer!)' an itinerant preaclier in the con-
nection of Wesleyan methodists.—
At Gisbrough, Mr. Maurice Dale,
tallpw-diandler, and spirit merchant;
a man whose urbanity of manners,
and integrity as a tradesman, have in-
sured a lastmg respect in the memory
of his friends.

IRELAND.

The fifth spring shew of the Farm-
ing Society pi Ireland, took place at
X)ublin, iH the month of March, ani
continued five days 5 and it was ac-
knowledged by those who have at-
tended similai' exliibitions, that they
never witnessed a more gratifying dis-
play of zeal and attention than m the
members of this society. The pre-
miums offijred at this shew were - for
fat cilttle and swine — ^for fat sheep of
different breeds — for seed com and
ploughing. For the exhibition of cgt-
tle and swine, which ase great ob-
jects of the society, being the basis to
the provision trade, there appeared
evidently great exertioiis in making

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improveqieDt^ and much actual ad- clover and ray-grass« has afforded last
Taaoeaieiit.'' S<Mne of the cattle were year two very luxuriant crops of hay*
certaiflly not inferior to those pro- At former exhibitions, several plougns
diiced last year at, the Christmas and with four horses and drivers were en-
s^ng shews in London. The long- tered,. but so general was the advan-
horned heifer, which obtained the tage felt of using two horses without
modal, was under tour years old ; and a leader, that not one with four horses
dioQgh small, she ^^as considered su- oriburoxen was brought forward on
periortoalhtherest, from the light- this occasion. The ploughs were all
nessofoftal, and carrying meat of the of tliem, except tnree, the Scot*
to quality on the most profitable swing plough, and the execution was
|arts. The improi'ement of swine in general good, though there is still
waslullveqnal to any thing in Lon- room for improvement. Some were
don, which in this animal is more made in Ireland. ThatoftheReverend
speedily extended by its more prolific Jaines Symes, of Ballyarthur, who
tendency and early maturitv. Amongst gained the first premium and priae .
the cattle, the long horned, tlie native cup, was drawn by two very small
breed of Ireland, were most nume- spayed heifers, and held by a lad
ixms ', but thore were some excellent nmeteen years of age, a native of the
Hereferds, two of which gained prizes, county or Wicklow. To remedy the
It was observed, with regret, that inconvenience of importing these
tbere were no Devons, or Highland ploughs, and other agricultural imple-
Scots.. which are so much esteemed ments, several members of the soci-
io the London market. Some of the ety have joined, in order to raise a sum
Attest animals exhibited had been or 3CXX)1. for the establishment of a
brought to that state without the very manufactory in Dublin, which is ex-

rsive processes made use of in pected to commence immediately,
places, and some of them chief- From the steadi^iess of draft of the
ly by potatoes. This is of more im- spayed heifers, as well as the ease with
portancethan can well be imagined, which they are trained, it appears de-
as every inducement to raise great sirable that they should be more fre-
qu ^titles of that useful root will ocea- quently tried. The Suffolk punch
sioiittobe in greater plenty, and at mares, exhibited by Mr. Grierson,
a lower price; and from some late were noble dnifi animals, and were
nDpro\ement8 made in encreasing its highly approved of by all the specta-
pnwace witli a small quantity of ma- tors. This breed, when not too large,
luire, there is no saying to what an combine strength and activity, and
«tent this may be carried. There seem well adapted to the country,
were two pens of South Down she^ The seed com produced, was deemed
-^ H(«gets were very much ap- by the judges equal to any samples
proved of; The five Hogget wethers importcJi. Sir. Grrierson's oats, which
^the new Leicester breed, shewn by gained the prize, were sown on the ^
Mr. Gamett, of Summerseat, whicn 14th of April, and reaped the 3 1st of
had always been fed on grass, without Au£;ust, producing 25 barrels to the
hay or any other food in winter, were Irish acre, or 8 quarters 2 bushels to
s^Idto t butcher at 41. «ach. The the English acre ; each bushel, Win-
r^uduBg-match was conducted with Chester sticked, weighing 45lb. goz,
t^oaispiint and order, at Mr. Gar- A mistaken opinion has been inculca-
^'s, of Huntstown, about four ted by somp persons, that the greater
i&iles from Dublin. This is the se- degree of moisture in Ireland is so un-
wind season that Mr Gamett has ac- &vourable to the ripening of eraiui^
^^^Qi&odated the society with land for that pasturagp, instead of tSlage, ^
*bejWTpose. This situation was par- sliould meet- the greater encoufage-
^'Cuki'ly interesting, exhibiting all ment. There cannot be a more per*
*oand the plougning-ground, the nicious and unfounded error, Forty-
pfiatbtnefit Mr. Garnett has expert- years ago, it was believed that wheat
CDcedfrom converting Into tillage old would not ripen in the North of Scot-
*J^ grass lands, some of which }iad, land, whereas now wheat of the best
pconrtant mowing without manure, quality is grown in that part of thp
•l^e unproducave of grass, and, Unit^ King^otn.
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