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BUT

At homo, by ill-temper.

She was a professed enemy to flattery,

And was seldom known to praise or commend;

BUT

The talents in which she principally excelled, Were difference of opinion, and discovering flaws and imperfections. She was an admirable economist, And, without prodigality, Dispensed plenty to every person in her family;

BUT

Would sacrifice their eyes to a farthing candle.
She sometimes made her husband happy with her good qualities;

BUT

Much more frequently miserable—with her many failings:

Insomuch that in thirty years cohabitation he often lamented

That, maugrc all her virtues,

fie hid not, in the whole, enjoyed two years of matrimonial comfort.

AT LENGTH

Finding that she had lost the aflections of her husband.

As well as the regard of her neighbours,

Family disputes having been divulged by servants,

She died of vexation, July 20, 1768,

Aged 48 years.

lfer worn-out husband survived her four months and two days,

And departed this life Nov. 28, 1768,

In the 54th year of his age.

William Bond,brother to the deceased, erected this stone,

Asa weekly monitor to the surviving wives of this parish,

That they may avoid the infamy .

Of Iiaving their memories handed to posterity
With a palch.-xork character."

_ 24. The countess of Enniskilien,

a son and heir.

BIRTHS in the Year 1807. 25. Mrs. W. B. Ellis, of Pick.

worth, two sons and a daughter.

J»n. 1. The lady of John Paine 29. The right hon.lady Grey, s Todway, esq. a daughter. son.

3. The right hon. viscountess An. Feb. 2. Her grace the duchess of »ii, a daughter. Montrose, a son.

l5.ViscountessTempletown,ason. 3. The lady of the hon. sir Ar

16. The lady of Charles Wat- thur Wellesley, a son and heir, kin Williams Wynne, esq. M. P. 8. The lady of sir John Trol* daughter. lop?) a daughter.

The right hon. marchioness Corn- 10. Her grace the duchess of ullis, a daughter. Bedford, a son.

13. The

13. The right hon. the countess of Moira, a son.

March 8. Lady Graves,a daughter.

10. The right hon. lady Amherst, a son.

The right hon. viscountess Bantry, a son.

Viscountess Fitzharris, a son.

April 3. The right hon. viscountess. Andover, a daughter.

Countess Conyngham, a son.

Lady Dunboyne, a son.

27. Lady Gertrude Sloane, a son. 30. The right hon. countess

Berkeley, a daughter.

May 2. Lady Stanley, a daughter.

5.Lady Ann Ashler Cooper,a son.

7. Lady Jane Buchanan, a son. 10. Lady Catharine .Forester, a

son.

17. The lady of the right hon. Spencer Perceval, a son.

Si. Her grace the duchess of Castries, a son

26. The right hon. lady Kcnyon, a daughter.

The lady of si* George Barlow, a son.

28. Mrs. D. Cameron, two daughters and a son.

June 10". Right hon. countess Banbury, a daughter.

21. The queen of Sweden a princess.

Countess Barde, a son.

20. Ker grace the duchess of Rutland, a son and heir.

July 4. The hon. Mrs. Ramsay, a daughter.

8. The right hon. countess of Northcsk, a son.

12. Right hon. lady Milton, a daughter.

16. The right hon. the countess Mansfield, a daughter.

Right hon. viscountess Marsham, a daughter.

30. Viscountess Ashbrooke, a daughter.

Aug. 5. Right hon. lady Le Dcspenser, a son.

9. Right hon. viscountess Arbutknot, a daughter.

The lady of Francis Frceling, esq. a son.

11. Lady C. Lamb, a son.

22. Lady Caroline Wrott«sl«y, a son.

Lady Grantham, a son and heir.

Sept. 3. The lady of sir Walter Brisco, a son.

Lady Mary Hay, a daughter.

11. The right hon. viscountw Stuart, a son and heir.

Lady Charlotte Hope, a son.

The right hon. couutess of Shannon, a daughter.

23. Thelady of sir S. R.Glynnc, ason.

25. Lady Ancram, a daughter. Oct. 4. Hon. Mrs. BucUanan, a daughter.

10. Lady Charlotte Drummond, a son

20. The countess of Dalhousie, a ion.

24. Lady Fftley, a daughter.
2y. Lady Frances Bentinck,a son.
Nov. 4. The lady of sir Chri •

tophcr Baynes, a son.

C. Lady Caroline Douglas, a daughter.

8. Marchioness of Waterford, a daughter.

16. Lady C. Duncombe, a daughter.

19/. Right hon. viscountess Hereford, a son and heir.

25. The lady of sir William Frascr, a daughter; her sixteenth child.

Dec. 1. The lady of sir Wm. Call, bart. a daughter.

5. The lady of sir George Nugent, a son.

9. The lady of sir James Duff, a 30. S. T. Gallon, esq. to miss Janjhter. Dam in.

13. The lady of sir T. S. M. April 4. William Phillimorc, esq.

Stanley, a daughter. to miss Thornton.

23. The right hoii. couutess of 13. Major Fraser, to miss Ro. Galloway, a son. land.

•27. The lady of William Henry 17. The hon. G. Ponsonby, to

Hoarc, esq. a son. miss Glcdstau6s.

30. The lady of Rowland Bar- 23. R. Stephenson, esq. to miss

ion, esq. a daughter. Stephenson.

The lady of sir Arthur Wclleslcy, 27. Hon. George Wynn, to miss

K. B. a son. E. M. Majendic.

29. F. D. Temple, esq. to miss

Honeywood.

MARRIAGES in tie Year 1S07. May 1. Robert Hcathcote, esq.

to miss Searle.

Jan. 1. Robert Paley, M. D. 5. The hon. colonel Crewe, to

of Halifax, to miss Paley. miss Hungerford.

8. Marmaduke Constable, esq. S. Robert Eraser, esq. to lady

to miss Octavia Hale. Ann Alaitland.

IJ. John Lees, esq. to the conn- 10. The right hon. viscount

less Anrerslcy. Chartley, to miss Gardiner.

20. The hon. col. Ponsonby, to 19. Rev. J. Bayland, to miss

the hon. miss Fitzroy. Clarke.

Henry Hallam, esq. to miss Elton. 22. D. R. Remington, esq. to

24. G. L. Ilollinsworth, esq. to miss Copland.

miss Stoke?. 23. Robert Townley, esq. to

Feb. 3. Robert Inglis, esq. to miss Xewing. miss Biscoc. June 1. The right rev. lord Ro

5. Sir Daniel Le Fleming, bart. bcrt Tottenham, bishop of Killaloe, to miss Lc Fleming. to the hon. Alicia Maude.

10. W. H. Hoare, esq. to miss 4. Richard Chambers, esq. to Noel. miss Harriet Newman.

The hon. and rev. John Taylor, 9- Col. Aylmcr, to miss llarri

to miss St. Legcr. son.

1". The right hon. lord Bagot, 11 John Thornton, esq. to miss

to lady Louisa Legge. Eliza Parry.

18. T. Paget, esq. to miss Pares. 17- Rev. Alexander Cotton, to

March 9. E. B. Lusada, esq. to miss Houblon.

aiss Goldsmid. 28. Henry Drummond, esq. to

Hon. Henry Augustus Dillon, to lady Henrietta Hay.

miss Brown. July 1. Rev. Herbert Marsh, to

10. Charles Combe, esq. to miss miss M". E. C. Lecarricre.

P. Georges. 8. Hon. F. G. Upton, to mils

17. Capr. Stuart, to miss Anson. Howard.

18. Philip Gibbs, «»q, to miss 13- Hon. L. M. Burncl, to miss Knipe. Daniell

16. Hon.

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16. Hon. D. G. Hallyburton, to Bliss Leslie.

His grace the duke of Newcastle, to miss Munday.

William Caveddish, esq. to the hon. miss O'Callagan.

19. Sir David Dundas, K. B. to miss Delancy.

A. H. Hpldsworth, esq. M. P. to miss C, H. Eastabrooke.

At New Providence, major Darling, to miss Cameron.

22. E. Webb, esq. to miss Guise.

29. Rev. Robert Cox, to miss Leicester.

Aug. 11. Hon. J. W. Grimstone, to lady C. Jcnkinson.

17. Lieut, col. Leigh, to the hon. miss Byron.

G. French, esq. to miss I. Currie.

Sir I. W. S. Gardiner, bart. to missMoseley.

25. Major-gen. Murray, to hon. miss Phipps.

I. Greenhill, esq. to miss Bovct. Lord Grantown, to miss Macuamara.

26. George Moore, esq. to miss Louisa Brown.

H. Broughton, esq. to the hon. miss Pigot.

Earl of Abingdon, to miss Emily Gage.

27. Wb, Touko, esq. to miss Amelia Sheen.

29. Viscount Pollington, to lady Ann Vorke.

Sir James Innes Ker, bart. to . miss II. Charlewood.

Sept. 15. Win. Domvillc, esq. to mbs Maria Solly.

24. Ca'pt. Bettesworth, R. N. to lady Hannah Grey.

G. Fleming, e<q. to lady Leigh.

26. Captain Stuart, R. N. to miss Sullivan.

Oct. 2. P. Duigenan, esq. LL. D. to Mrs. Heptenstall.

8. Rev. G. Holmes, to miss C. I. Williams.

12. Hon. James Wantesford But. ler, to Grace Louisa, daughter of the right lion. John Staple*.

15. Sir John Lewis, bart. to miss Kirkpatrick.

Hon. and rev. Frederick Powis, to miss Gould.

The right hon. lord Rancliffe, to lady Elizabeth Mary Forbes.

17. Major.gcn. Gordon Drunmond, to miss M. Russel.

Sir Thomas Windsor Hunloke, bart. to miss Ecclcston.

19. Robert Shaw, esq. to Alice, the fifth daughter of Jonathan Eade, esq.

20. Hon. Peter Robert BnrreJk to the hon. miss Drummond.

Thomas William Satton, esq. to miss E. Gray.

24. William Holmes, esq. to hdy Strange.

Captain II. Soams, to Mrs. Lcich.

28. Thomas Crawley Bocvey, esq. to miss A. Page.

Thomas Bruce, esq, to miss CIc. mentina Dundas.

30. Lord Monson, to lady Sara* Saville.

Nov. 12. John Harrison, esq. to Lucy Henrietta, second .daughter of sir Charles Price, bart.

14. John Brent, jun. esq. to Sosannah, third daughter of the ret. Sampson Kingsford, of Starrey.

25. Edward Sampson, esq. to Joanna, youngest daughter of the late George Daubenny.

The oarl of Selkirk", to miss Wed. derburn.

26. George Moore, esq. to mi« Browne.

Occ. 1. George Halimand, esq. to niiss Princess.

2. Major Burrows, to mils Seward.

j. Colonel Coghlan, to miss Broughtoo.

12. F. Adams, esq. of Clifton, to miss M. S. Manly.

The ear! of Craven, to miss Lou. i-a Brunton.

13. E. Jessy, esq. to miss Matilda Morris.

U. Charles March Phillips, esq. to miss H. Ducarel.

17- Rev. George Shepherd, to miss Wcthcral, daughter of the dean of Hereford.

Major Stuart to missMariaSmith.

Captain I. Grant, to miss H. P. Niioo, daoghter of the late majorgeneral Nixon.

I. II. Harriot, esq. major of the Pembrokeshire militia, to miss F. Jordan of Haverfordwest.

John Eld, esq. to the hen. miss Smythe.

T. Bonar, jun. esq. to lady Gascoi^ne.'

Lieutenant-colonel Lachlan Macguirc, to miss E. H. Campbell.

J. Webber Smith, esq. to miss Simeon.

10. I. Spa'ding, esq. to miss Mary Ann Eden.

23. Major Currey, to miss Anna Maria Tappenden.

28. Sir John Pringle Dalrymple, birf. to miss Mary Rushworth.

Captain Atty, to miss Harriet W hichcotc.

Charles Frederick Raitt, esq. to mitt Louisa Cricketts.

31. Rer.- T. G. Clare, to Harriet, youngest daughter of the rev. A. Daniell, of Lifford, Ireland.

Lieut, col. Mc. Lercth, to miss Steele, of Bury, Suffolk.

Vol. XLIX.

PROMOTIONS in the Year ISO?.

Jan.2. The rev. II. Bishop, M. A. late of St. John's College, Cambridge,to the vicarage of Ardleigh in Essex, vacated by the resignation of the rev. Dr. Kelly.

The. rev. John Edgar, M. A. formerly of Jesus College, and one of the domestic chaplains to the prince of Wales, to the rectory of Spcxall in Suffolk.

The rev. N.Simons, M. A. chapIain to the archbishop of Canterbury, to the rectory of St. Margaret's church, in that city, vacated by the resignation of the rev. If. W. Champucys.

9. The rev. John Wooll, master of the school at Midhurst in Sussex, and fellow of New-College, Oxford, to the mastership of Rugby school.

The rev. J. Davis, chaplain to the government chapel at Portsmouth, to the living of King's Langley, in Hertfordshire.

The rer. J. Parker, M. A. to the prebend of Uircall in the cathedral of York, vacant by the death of the rev. John Preston.

The rev. W. Alleyne Barker, of Swanington, Norfolk, cxaminingchaplain to the late bishop of St. David's, to the mastership of Woodbridge grammar school.

10. Gen. Hugh duke of Northumberland, K. G. to be colonel of the royal regiment of hor«e guards, rice field-marshal the duke of Richmond, deceased.

13. The rev. Charles Moss, D. D. to be bishop of Oxford, vice John late bp. translated to the see of Bangor.

14. Alexander Straton, esq. to be envoy extraordinary and minis, ter plenipotentiary at the court of Stockholm.

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