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serials. In early life Mr. Johnstone had very creditably laboured in the honourable profession from which his cleverly-conducted serial took its title; afterwards he became a master-printer, an Occupation he pursued till his retir. inent from business. For the last fifteen years he and his much-esteemed wife have lived-for some time at Kennoway, but latterly in Edinburgh-on a comfortable competency, which their prolonged and independent exertions had happily enabled them to secure. One of the modes in which our departed friend's goodness of heart was best and oftenest shewn-and we are not only bound, but proud, to say that there are special reasons for mentioning it here-was in rendering to young men seeking their way in the world such aid and advice as he, assisted by his wife's kindly but calm judgment, thought they most required.Scotsman.

At Thorpe-le-Soken, aged 73, Thomas Decimus Franklyn, esq., formerly Capt. in the army. The deceased was present at the capture of Mone Video, and at the attack upon Buenos Ayres, in South America. After service in various quarters of the globe, he was engaged in the Peninsular war, and received the war-medal with nine clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, (where he was severely wounded in the thigh,) Talavera, Busaco, Albuera, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, where he was again wounded in the shoulder. He was then sent to North America, but was speedily recalled, and as Capt. of the 1st Battalion of the 40th Regt. he was present at the battle of Waterloo, for which he received the medal.

At the Elms, Stratford, aged 30, Margaret, wife of Frederick Hasluck, esq., and eldest dau. of Samuel Pedley, esq., of Stratford.

Aged 28, Harriet Elizabeth, youngest dau. of the late Joseph Hornby, esq., of Druid's-cross, near Liverpool.

Aged 59, H. Eaton, esq, of New-inn, London. At her residence, James's-st., Buckingham-gate, London, aged 32, Katherine Roberta, wife of Mowbray Morris, esq., barrister of the Inner Temple, and second dau. of Samuel Jackson Dallas, esq., of Jamaica.

After four months' severe suffering, aged 45, Alfred Sola, esq., of St. James's-sq., Notting-hill, formerly of Wigmore-st., Cavendish-sq.

At Upper Wellington-st., Covent-garden, aged 60, Barbara Ann Wilberforce, dau. of the late Capt. John Sharp, R. N., of Dover.

At Wellington-sq., Cheltenham, aged 65, Geo. Freckleton, esq., M.D., late of Liverpool.

Nov. 4. At Rockside-cottage, Chale, Isle of Wight, aged 80, Lady Elizabeth Henrietta Cole, youngest dau. of the 12th Earl of Derby, and widow of Stephen Thomas Cole, of Stoke Lyme, Oxon, and Twickenham, Middlesex.

At Mayo, Ireland, the wife of Capt. Adolphus Edye, R.N.

At the Liberty of St. Andrew, Wells, aged 48, Edward Parfitt, esq., Deputy-Registrar of the Diocese of Bath and Wells.

At Sydenham, aged 31, Commander William Burdon, R.N., third son of George Burdon, esq., of Heddon-house, Northumberland.

At Hampstead, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Headlam Greenhow, esq., M.D., of Upper Berkeley-st., Portman-sq., formerly of Tynemouth.

At Chichester, aged 67, Gordon Lorimer, esq., late Medical Staff, Hon. E.I.C.S., St. Helena.

At Ely, aged 68, Lieut. G. Morris Trent, R.N. At her house in Woburn-sq., aged 72, Mary Isabella, relict of the late Capt. Bogue, of the Royal Horse Artillery.

At her residence, Bently-green, Hants, aged 71, Jane, widow of Thomas Fisher, of Haverstock-hill.

At Manchester-st., Manchester-sq., aged 86, George William Klugh.

At Hammersmith, aged 58, G. Brennan, esq. At Montpelier-rd., Brighton, aged 75, Frances, relict of Thomas Freeman, esq.

GENT. MAG. VOL. CCIII.

Nov. 5. At Stratton-st., Piccadilly, Sir Robert Price, bart., Chief Steward of Hereford, many yers M.P. for the county, and afterwards for the city of Hereford.

At Pau, Lady Elizabeth Bingham.

At the Manor-house, Ogbourne St. George, Wilts, aged 63, Samuel Canning, esq.

At Sidlands, Sidouth, suddenly, aged 55, Jackson Williams Muspratt, esq., of the Hon. E I.C. Service.

At Streatham, aged 36, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Hilton, esq., and eldest dau. of Sir John Key, bart., Chamberlain of London.

In London, Capt. Henry Hogge, late 13th Regt., only son of the late Henry Hogge, esq., of King's Lynn.

At Brompton, Jessey, widow of Gen. Sir Robt. Bartley, K.C.B.

Aged 70, Mary Anne, widow of the Rev. Francis Pelly, late Rector of Siston, Gloucestershire.

At Gloster-pl., Portman-sq., aged 79, J. A. Levy, esq.

Ai Bath, aged 79, Frances Bates, only sister of the late Major Bates, of the Royal Artillery.

Aged 23, Miriam, younger dau. of Mark Blowers Miller, esq., of Clifford's-inn, London, and Richmond, Surrey.

At Bagnall-cottage, near Nottingham, aged 67, Thomas Hollins Smith, esq., for 17 years manager of the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire JointStock Bank.

Patrick Persse FitzPatrick, esq., J.P., of FitzLeet-bouse, Bognor.

At Brighton, aged 14, Katherine Maud, youngest dau. of W. D. Seymour, esq., of Lowndes-sq.

Nov. 6. At Highfield, Major-Gen. William Rogers. He was the youngest son of the late Sir Frederick Rogers, bart. The gallant officer entered the army in June, 1802, and was for many years in the Queen's Bays, until his retirement on half-pay in 1826.

At Ilminster, aged 78, James Stayner, esq.

At her residence, Spondon, near Derby, Mary, widow of the Rev. Joseph Blandford, Rector of Kirton, Notts.

Aged 64, George Braithwaite Lloyd, esq., banker, of Birmingham.

At Southampton, Marianne, wife of the Hon. Herbert Gardner.

At Cliftonville, Brighton, aged 72, Susan, relict of Jos ph Lockwood, esq., of Doncaster.

At his residence, Wandsworth-road, aged 79, John White, esq., late of Great Charlotte-st., Blackfriars-road.

Suddenly, aged 66, Francis John Field, esq., of Cornwall-terrace, Regent's-park.

At Sussex-gardens, Hyde-park, Francis Marian, wife of P. R. Wyhault, esq., of Lansdown-crescent, Cheltenham.

At Worcester, Levina, widow of the Rev. William Price Myddelton, M.A., and eldest dau. of the late Charles Moore MeMahou, esq., of Carlow, Ireland.

At Carlton-hill, St. John's-wood, aged 47, Patrick Macgregor Robertson, esq., barrister of the Inner Temple, eldest son of Daniel Robertson, esq.

Nov. 8. At Stoke, Eleanor, widow of the Rev. Wm. Heath, late Rector of West Dean and East Grinstead, Wiltshire.

At Norton-house, aged 81, Anna Maria, youngest sister of the late John Benett, esq., M.P. for the county of Wilts.

At Howland-st., Fitzroy-sq., aged 69, Guy Warwick, esq., of Lincoln's-inn, barrister-atlaw.

At Edinburgh, Robert Nasmyth, esq., M.D., late of Brook-st., London, second son of Robert Nasmyth, esq., F.R.C.S.E.

At Grendon, near Atherstone, aged 84, Samuel Mallabey, sen., esq.

David Falconer, esq., late Superintending Surgeon of the Madras Medical Service.

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At Edinburgh, John Knapp, esq.,
At Granton-lodge, Aberdeen, aged 79, Fred-
M.D.
eric Maria Meredith, relict of Gen. Alexander
Dyce. Mad as arm.

At his residence, Grove-hill, Camberwell, aged
77 D. Stewart Dykes, esq.

Nov. 9. At his residence in Dublin, aged 83,
Sir Arthur Clike, M.D.

At his residence, St. John's Wood, Brighton,
aged 6s, P. S. Manico, esq., of the R.N., and late
of Rio Janeiro.

At Upton aged 60, William Kitchen, esq.
At Por skewett, near Chepstow, Capt. John
King, R.N., J. P. for Monmouthshire.

A his residence Grand-parade, Brighton, aged
66, Capt. Richard Do vn, late of the Enniskillen
Dragoons.

Nov. 10. At the parsonage, Meavy, Catherine,
wife of the Rev. J. Abbott, Rector of that
parish.

At Queen's-road, Bayswater, aged 40, J. Digby
C. S. Dampier, esq.. second son of the late
R v. John Danpier, of Colinshays, Somerset-
shire.

At Whittington, aged 64, George Jenkinson, esq.

At Battle, aged 72, Robert Watts, esq., a Justice of the Peace for the cou ty of Sussex.

At Guildford, aged 49 Hannah Newton, widow of Henry Clare, esq., of Upper Chadwell-st., Myddelton-sq.

Nov. 11. At Dulverton, aged 83, Elizabeth, relict of Capt. John Gibson, R.N.

At Ashford, aged 70, Elizabeth, widow of E. Norwoo, esq., surgeon, of Dover, and dau. of the late P Dobree, esq.

Aged 57, Henry Crowley, esq., of Thorntonhouse, Croydon.

At Halfpennyburn-cottage, Forfar, aged 76, John Taylor, esq., of Drumshade.

At the residence of his son-in-law, the Rev. William Bel, Carlisle, aged 75. Henry Harrison, esq., of Cheadle, Cheshire, Deputy-Lieut. for Chester and for Lancaster.

At Hampstead, Elizabeth, wife of Edward Headlam Greenhow, esq., M.D., of Upper Berkeley-st, Portman-sq, formerly of Tynemouth,

Northumberland.

Aged 77, Elizabeth, wife of Jonathan Crawshaw, esq., of Boroughbridge.

Aged 92. Chaloner Blake Ogle, esq.

Nov. 12 Mr. Rewcastie. copperas manufacturer, of Hylton. He was missing from his lodgings, and on Friday night was discovered lying in a copperas vat, quite dead.

At Kings on-upon- l'hames, aged 72, Thomas Fricker, esq., for nearly thirty years a magistrate of that borough.

Aged 36, Edward Eyre, esq., solicitor, late of Wood-st., Cheapside

Francis Mascall, esq.. of Lincoln's-inn, and Elsinore-villas, Twickenham.

At Buntingford, aged 70, Amelia, relict of W. H. Watts, esq.

Lucy, dau. of the late Rev. H. J. Hare, of Docking-hall, Norfolk.

At Clifton, ag d 20, Philip Neeld Patton, second son of Col. Patton, Inspecting Field-Officer, Bristol.

At Edinburgh, Eveline Blanche, only dau. of W. Thornton, esq.

At Steeple-cour', near Botley, Hants, aged 74, James Warner, esq.

Nov. 13. At Venice, from an attack of apoplex, Mr. Harris, her Majesty's Consul. He was grandson to Lord Malmesbury, the celeb ated diploma ist, and priva e secretary to the present Earl during his tenure of the Fore gn Office in 1852. Remarkable for his attainments as a scholar and a linguist, he had by his tact and judgment secured the respect of both the Austrian and Italian parties in the Lombardo-Venetian kingdom, as well as the confidence of his own government.

At Clifton, Eleanor, widow of the late H.

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At her house, on the Ashbourn-road, Derby, Elizabeth Susannah, dau. of the late Henry Hadley, esq.

At London, aged 61, the wife of the Rev. Dr. Campbell, minister of the Tabernacle, and editor of the "Christian Witness."

In Hawley-sq., Margate, aged 65, Harriette, wie of Maj George Watts.

At St. Margaret's Bank, Rochester, aged 72, Anne, widow of the late Lieut.-Col. Donaldson, Grenadier Guards.

At Kel edon, aged 73, Sophia, widow of Josiah Baxendale, esq.

At Mickleton, Harriett, wife of the Rev. Robert Bamford.

At Worthing, Sussex, aged 67, Martha, wife of James Clark, esq.

At Bron Havren, aged 51, Margaret, dau. of the late John Lloyd, esq., of the Court, Montgomeryshire.

At St. Margaret's, East Grinstead, Emily Ana Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the Rev. John Scobell, Rector of Southover and All Saints', Lewes.

At South-st., Leominster, aged 18, Annie, the second dau. of Evershed Cha man, esq.

At Gilston-road, West Brompton, Sarah, wife of James Dummelow, esq.

At his residence, Duke-st., Liverpool, aged 70, Wm. Lowe, esq.

At Hill-house, Paulton, the residence of her sister, Mrs. G. Hill, aged 77, Miss Sarah Dando. At Melrose - ball, Putney Heath, aged 84, Sophia Sarah, relict of I. T. Barber Beaumont, esq.

At Norton-villa, near Swansea, aged 81, Harrie: Sophia, relict of Henry Andrews, esq., of Westcross, Glamorganshire, late Captain 24th Regiment.

At Mornington-road, Regent's-park, aged 64, John Mears, esq., late of the Legacy Department, Somerset-house.

Aged 23, Richard Shirley, eldest son of Richard Harris, esq. of Knigh'on.

Nov. 15. At his residence, Park-pl., aged 71, Edward Horlock Mortimer, esq., late of Studleyhouse, Wilts, Magistrate and Deputy-Lieut.

At West Lauriston-pl., Edinburgh, Dr. Robert Tod, son of the late Rev. David Tod, minister of Cranshaws.

At Clapham-road, aged 80, Adm. Colin Macdonald, R.N, C.B.

In Oxford-st., London, aged 77, Mary Ann,
widow of the late Killingworth Richard Hedges,
esq., of Sunbury, Middlesex.

In Gillingham-st., Pimlico, aged 84, George
Green, esq.

At Abney-villas, Church-st., Stoke-Newington,
aged 81, James Theodore Vaulin, esq., late of the
Bank of England.

At Prince's-ter., Hyde-park, aged 75, Isabella, widow of George Hedl y, esq.

At Addington - pl., Camberwell, Mrs. Angus Macdonald, widow of the late Lieut. Angus Macdonald, 92 Highlanders.

At Eversholt-st, Oakley-sq., Susannah, widow
of Capt. Robert Cummings, R.M.

A Springfield, Wandsworth - road, aged 78,
Capt. Henry Ellis, R.N.

At Richmond, Surrey, aged 79, Charles Wood-
forde, esq., late of H.M.'s Treasury,
Nov. 16. At Cumnor, Berks, at the residence
of her son, the Rev. R. Ley, age 67, Sarah, w.fe
of the Rev. Thomas Hunt Ley, Rector of Rame,
Cornwall.

At Flushing, Cornwall, aged 77, Rear-Adm.
Thomas Ball Sulivan, C.B., on the retired list of
1816.

At the Hollins, near Burnley, aged 83, Les is
Alexander, esq., late of Hopwood-hall, Hali ax.
Nov. 17. At Gascoyne-ter., Jane, relict of John
Shepheard, esq., of Townsend-hill, Plymouth.

At Richmond, Surrey, aged 26, North Gatliff,
esq., solicitor.

At his residence, Hillingdon-end, Uxbridge, aged 77, Thomas Wilts Walford, esq.

At Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, aged 63, Jos. J. Ward Rigley, esq.

At Golden-sq., aged 68, John Coxon, esq.

At his r sidence, Gomm-ter., Rotherhithe, aged 71, Thomas Crisp, esq, shipowner, late of Bermondsey.

At his residence, Hill-st., Richmond, Surrey, aged 82, John Lee, e-q.

At his residence, Whitbourn-lodge, East Dulwich, aged 73, John Baylis Jones, esq.

Nov. 18. Aged 60, Rear-Adm. Charles Graham, C. B., Rear-Adm. of the White, brother of the Right Hon. Sir James Graham, bart.

At her residence, Manor-house. Heworth, Eliza Jane, relict of the Rev. T. Sherlock Pope.

At Russell-sq., aged 80, John Iggulden, esq., one of the Deputy-Registrars of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

At Southsea, Hants, aged 68, Benjamin Bramble, esq., Alderman and J.P. for Portsmouth. At Brighton, Maria, wife of Lieut.-Gen. Parlby, C.B., of the Madras army.

At Croyden, Francis Nalder, esq., aged 73. At his residence, Thomas-st., St. John's, Southwark, aged 69, Capt. James Sutherland.

At Duke-st., Manchester-sq., aged 49, Lieut.Col. C. Thorold Hil, la e of the 29th M.N.I.

At Beaumont, Plymouth, aged 79, Thomas Bewes, esq.

Catherine, wife of M. E. Barnes, esq., and dau. of John Stephenson, esq., of Colt Craig, Northumberland.

At Birkenhead, aged 79, William Wilkinson, esq., Commander R.N., formerly Master-Attendant and King's Harbour-master at H.M's Dock and Victualling-yard, Deptford.

At Viewfield, near Edinburgh, John McNeill, esq., of Ardna ross, late of Batavia.

Nov. 19. George Farewell Jarman, esq., of Upper Berkeley - st., Portman - sq., and the Marina, St. Leonard's-on-Sea.

At Shackwell-ane, aged 76, Robert Green, esq. Age 76, Frederick Charles Davenport, esq., of Egham, Surrey.

At Colchester, aged 37, Lawrance Brock, esq. Of bronchitis, at her residence, Southwick-pl., Mrs. Isabella Lowes, last surviving sister of the late Edward Rushton, esq, of Liverpool.

Nov. 20. At Kensington-palace-gardens, aged 81, Joseph Henry Good, esq.

At Tunbridge Wells, aged 61, Jane, wife of Mr. Samuel Jackson, of Reigate-bill, Surrey.

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TABLE OF MORTALITY IN THE DISTRICTS OF LONDON. (From the Returns issued by the Registrar-General.)

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PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW AT SMITHFIELD.

Hay, 27. 10s. to 31. 158.-Straw, 17. 5s. to 17. 10s.-Clover, 31. 10s. to 4l. 15s.

NEW METROPOLITAN CATTLE-MARKET.

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Best Wallsend, per ton, 18s. 9d. Other sorts, 13s. 2d. to 17s. 6d.

TALLOW, per cwt.-Town Tallow, 49s. 6d. Petersburgh Y. C., 51s. 3d.

Total.

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY H. GOULD, late W. CARY, 181, STRAND. From Oct. 24 to Nov. 23, inclusive.

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INDEX

TO ESSAYS, DISSERTATIONS, HISTORICAL PASSAGES,

"AND BOOKS REVIEWED.

The Principal Memoirs in the OBITUARY are distinctly entered in this Index.

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Aldrich and Prideaux, 642

Aldwark, Roman remains at, 658
America, early printing in, 641
Amhurst, N., "Terra Filius" of, 3

Amos, A., The English Constitution in the
Reign of Charles II., 538
Anglo-Saxon antiquities, 658

remains discovered, 551
Chronicle, MS. of, 23
words, 316

Annales Ecclesiastici, 186

Anson, Gen. Hon. George, memoir of, 216 Antigone, extract from, 367

Antigua, Bishop of, memoir of, 675 Antiquarian collections, utility of, 374 Antiquaries, Society of, proceedings of, 67 Antiquities, collection of, 70

Arago, Francis, autobiography of, 527 Archæologia Eliana, contents of, 315 Archæological Association, proceedings of, 70, 192

at Norwich, 436 Excursion to Normandy, 199 Institute, proceedings of, 71 at Chester, 297 Architectural Museum, New, annual meeting at, 194 Armoury in the Tower, 311

Armstrong, Bp., Parochial Sermons, 190

GENT. MAG. VOL. CCIII.

Armstrong, Bp., the Pastor in his Closet,

190

Memoir of, 261

Arnacutli, the tomb of Hippocrates discovered near, 660

Arthur Mabuter, History of, 141

King, wives of, 142, 578

Astrolabes in brass, 68

Athelney Column, 295

Audley-End, stone implement found at, 72 Aumberdene, Nicolas, brass of, 659

Autobiography of Edmund Bohun, 610
Aveling, H., Poetic Hours and Musing
Moments, 435

Bagster's Paragraph Bible, 547
Ballads, new editions of old, 263

Ballard, Miss, a collector of coins, 640

Baltic, Western Powers against Russia in the, 185

Bampton Lecture, 547

Band which fastened Abp. Cranmer to the stake, 161

Bank of England, Discount, 662

Charter Act, suspension of, 664 Banks having suspended payment, list of, 662

Barnard, Sir Henry, memoir of, 340
Barsham-hall, architecture of, 440

Baskerville family, the, 422
Bayeux Tapestry, 199

Beauchamp tower, memorials in, 310
Bec, Abbey of, 199

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Bee's-wing, the celebrated racing mare, death of, 492

Belgium, population of, 661

Bell, R., edition of " Percy's Reliques," 263
Béranger, M., memoir of, 221

Beverley Parks, oak coffin found in, 116
Bewdley, Baptist Church at, 578

Bibliomania, early use of the word, 642
Bingham, Isaac Moody, monument to, 182
Birch, S., Introduction to the Study of
Hieroglyphs, 426

Birchhanger Church, coats of arms in, 182 Blackie's Comprehensive History of England, 187, 545

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