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23. Mrs. Atkinson, relict of the late Rev. J. Atkinson, of Epsom, aged 47. - At Stratford-green, Essex, J. Dowson, Esq., in his 78th year. 24. At Ropley Cottage, near Alresford, Ann, wife of Capt. the Hon. Robert Rodney, R.N. 26. At Hastings, Lieut. F. T. Jeffreys, R.N., second son of Rev. J. Jeffreys, of Barnes, Surrey. — The Rev. Talbot Keene, M.A., Vicar of Brigstock cum Stanian, county of Northampton, aged 89. 27. At Cliffe, in Kent, Jacob Harvey, Esq., in his 63d year. – In Grosvenor-square, the infant son of the Rt. Hon. Lord Petre. — At Evercreech, Somerset, the Rev. J. Jenkyns, Prebendary of Wells, and Rector of IRosmonden, Kent, in his 71st year. — At Poole, aged 29, the Rev. Samuel Clark, Perpetual Curate of Bentley, Surrey. — Mich. Wogan Browne, of the county of Kildare, Esq., Lieut.-Gen. in the Saxon service, and late Aid-de-Camp to his Majesty the King of Saxony. 28. At Carrick-on-Suir, Pierce O’Donnell, Esq., aged 85. 29. At Stoke College, near Clare, Lieut.Gen. T. T. H. Elwes. — At Chiselhurst, Sir T. Reid, Bart., a Director of the Hon. East-India Company, aged 61. — At Belton House, Lincolnshire, the infant daughter of the Earl and Countess Brownlow. March 1. In Clifford-street, Lieut.Gen. Sir George Wood, K.C.B., of the Hon. East-India Company's Bengal Army. - At Halliford, Sarah, widow of the late Robert Douglas, Esq., of Meins. 2. At Bylock's Hall, Enfield, J. F. Mesturas, Esq., aged 86. 3. At Solihull, near Birmingham, Mrs. Davies, wife of Capt. H. T. Davies, R.N. — In Great Quebec-street, Montagusquare, the Rev. Dr. Alex. Hewat, late of Charleston, aged 86. — At Bath, Catherine Judith Fountayne, of Papplewich, county of Nottingham, youngest daughter of the Very Rev. John Fountayne, D.D., formerly Dean of York. 4. In Dean-street, Sir Thomas Bell.

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7. Mrs. Browne, wife of John Browne, Esq., formerly of Lothbury. — At the house of her father, Beaustreet, Liverpool, Miss Elizabeth Swire. — At Portsmouth, Lieut. John Shaw, 34th regt. — At Bath, in her 36th year, Lady Catherine D'Arcy, wife of Lieut.Col. D'Arcy, of the Royal Artillery, daughter of the late Earl Delawarr. 8. At Southampton, aged 76 years, the Rev. Hugh Hill, D.D. 9. At Southampton, in his 48th year, the Right Hon. Lord Edward O'Bryen. 10. At Dunmow, Lord Viscount Maynard, in his 72d year. 12. At Tunbridge, Kent, in his 89th year, Wm. C. Sloper, Esq., formerly of the Coldstream Guards. 13. J. Bartlet, Esq., aged 83, formerly Commander in the service of the Hon. East-India Company. — At Clifton, Bristol, Mrs. Sophia Lee, distinguished in the literary world by the comedy of “The Chapter of Accidents,” “Canterbury Tales,” &c. 14. C. Robinson, late Midshipman on board H.M. ship Tribune, and son of Capt. G. Robinson, R.N., aged 17. — At Edinburgh, Miss Louisa Hope, daughter of the late Commissioner Charles Hope, R.N. 15. Lieut.James Reid, R.N., eldest son of Sir John Reid, Bart. 17. At Richmond, Mary, eldest daughter of Arthur Saunders, Esq., late of the 12th Light Dragoons. 21. In Upper Gower-street, William Clay, Esq., in his 76th year. — In Wimpole-street, Maria Theresa, wife of Alex. Nowell, Esq. – At Streatham Park, in his 55th year, Thos. Harrison, Esq., F.R.S. — At Paris, Miss Berkeley, daughter of Robt. Berkeley, Esq., of Spetchley, Worcestershire. — At Southampton, Evans. 22. At Clapham Common, Battersen, Hannah, the wife of Mr. Alderman Scholev. *— At Bath, Elizabeth, relict of Peter Torquand, Esq. — At Somer's Town, Mrs. Hernon, in her 86th year. — At Chiswick, aged 69, Mrs. Sich, wife of John Sich, Esq. – At Bath, Lieut.-Col. Marines, aged 90 years. 23. The widow of John Hall, late Commander of the Worcester East-Indiaman, aged 73. – In the 78th year of his age, James Gurry, Esq., of Bushy, Herts 24. Sir Thomas Plumer, Master of the Rolls. – At Herts, in his 69th year, William Ely, Esq. Vol. XVII. 3 Q

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