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(Oct. LONDON AND ITS VICINITY.
DRURY LANE. Sept. 14. Two old houses in Exeterstreet, Catherine-street, Strand, which with
Oct. 1. Opened with Shakspeare's Hamfourteen others had been long ago con
let. Mr. Young played the Prince, and Miss demned, fell with a tremendous crash. After Kelly Ophelia.
Oct. 9. infinite exertion, five out of six persons were
Was produced Miss Mitford's dug out of the ruins. Two of them, an old tragedy of Rienzi, and met with very distin
The materials of it are woman named Hedgley, and a child of six guished success. months old, named Stokes, were quite dead;
taken partly from the splendid narrative of but the other three, a girl also named Stokes,
Gibbon ; partly from the still more graphia boy of nine or ten years of age, and a young ful career, contained in the second volume
cal and interesting account of Rienzi's eventwoman, were alive. Mrs. Stokes, mother of the above children, was found dead the of L'Abbé de Sade's Memoires pour servir à la next day.
vie de Petrarque; and, as far as the female
characters are concerned, entirely from inOct. 5. The Tottenham Court-road Chapel, erected by the late Geo. Whitfield, well he embodies Miss Mitford's character.
vention. Young is the hero, and inimitably on a building lease for eighty years, the term
Claudia Rienzi's daughter has additional of which has lately expired, has ceased to
interest from its affording a debut to Miss be a place of public worship. Nineteen
Phillips, whose pathos, intelligence, and thousand pounds were offered by the mana
modest sweetness have enchanted the theagers, and refused by the proprietors.
trical world. Oct. 6. The young Queen of Portogal
Covent Garden, and suite arrived at Grillon's Hotel, Albe
Oct. 1. This house opened the same marle-street. They travelled from Bath in four carriages and four and two post-coaches. evening with its rival, and also with one of At Falmouth, Bath, Reading, Marlborough, lected, and well performed. The house has
Shakspeare's dramas. As you like it was se&c. the young Queen was warmly welcomed.
been refitted with very great taste, and a new Some of the local corps of yeomanry were drawn out to receive her, and every mode of drop scene produces a tine e!fect.
A translation of the Comélie respect which could be locally provided was
Vaudeville, called La Belle Mère, by Scribe freely furnished on this occasion.—She arrived at Falmouth, in the Imperatriz frigate, on
and Bayard, was produced, under the title of
the Stepmother; but coolly received. the 24th Sept., and was received with all the honours usually paid to a royal per
Sept. 29. This little house commenced Oct. 25. This day was fixed by the Di- its campaign under the joint management of rectors of the St. Katherine's Dock Company Matthews and Yates, the two extraordinary for the opening of the Dock already com
“ multitude in themselves." They completed. On this occasion 8,000 red tickets menced with two new pieces, entitled, My were issued, which admitted the possessors
Alser Son or Brown Studies, and Wanted a to occupy the southern and western ware- Partner, a piece intended to introduce the houses with the adjacent quays, wharfs,
circumstances of the union of the two great sheds, and docks, over which they were per
mimics. They are, we believe, both the promitted to range without restriction. Two
duction of Mr. Buckstone. thousand blue tickets were issued by way of
Oct. 9. A new burletta, entitled The May special invitation to his Majesty's Ministers, Queen, was produced, and has admirably sucthe Foreign Ambassadors, Directors of the ceeded. other Dock Companies, &c. &c., which Oct. 21. A lively, interesting, dramatic admitted the holders to the full range of the burletta, in two acts, from the pen of Mr. warehouses. The company was enlivened Planché, called the Mason of Buda. The by several military bands of music. About music by Rodwell. Very well received. a quarter before two the noble ship Eliza
SURREY Theatre, beth, an East Indian free trader, made her
Oct. 1. A new domestic drama, under the majestic entrée amidst a discharge of artillery and universal hurrahs.. The other ships duced, and enthusiastically received. li has
title of Dissipation in llumble Life, was prothat entered were the Mary, a Russian
the merit of being one of the most moral trader of 343 tons, the Prince Regent, of
pieces on the stage. 400 tons, and several others from the Baltic, Cape of Good Hope, and Scotland. They of Right at last, the production of Mr. G.
Oct. 17. A petite comedy, under the title were all gaily decorated and well manoed.
Collins Gibbon, was very well received. Soon after three the company were summoned to the refreshment rooms by the band
Oct. 20. An historical drama, by Monplaying, “Oh the roast beef of old Eng
crieff, and entitled, the Pestilence of Marland;" and hilarity was kept up for some
seilles, or the Four Thieves. It is rather hours after with toasts, healihs, &c.
heavy, particularly the first act, but met with a very favorable reception.
Promotions and Preferments-Births.
PROMOTIONS AND PREFERMENTS.
GAZETTE PROMOTIONS, &c.
Rev. W. F. Hook, Holy Trinity V. Coventry. Sept. 25. Hon John Townshend to be Rev. J. T. Maine, Husbands Bosworth R. Groom of his Majesty's Bedchamber. Oct. 11. Nicholas Carlisle, of Somerset
Rev. F. S. Newbold, Stickney R. co. Linc. place, esq. F.S.A. to be a gentleman of his Rev. T. P. Pautin, Westcote R. co. Glouc. Majesty's privy chamber in ordinary.
Rev. Dr. Radcliffe, Chute V. Wilts.
Rev. W. Renton, Tilstock P. C. Shropshire. Member returned to serve in Parliament.
Rev. T. Roy, Godlington V. co. Beds. Tralee.—Sir Ed. Deony, of Tralee-castle, Rev. W. Wodehouse, Falmouth R. Cornwall. co. Kerry, Bart.
Rev. J. Johnson, Chap. to Marq. of Hast
ings. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev. R. Hutchinson Simpson, M.A. Chaplain Rev. J. Robinson, to be Archd. of Madras. to the Earl of Donoughmore. Rev. E. C. Ogle, Preb. in Salisbury Cath. Rev. G. Boulton, Preston Capes R. co. Nor
Civil PREFERMENTS. thampton.
Rev. C. Crofts, Head Master of Evesham Rev. W. Collett, St. Mary's P. C. Thetford, Free Grammar School. Suffolk.
Rev. W. Grice, Second Master of Queen Rer. G. J. Cornish, Kenwyo V. Cornwall. Eliz. Free Grammar School, at HorncasRev. W. Cowpland, Acton Becuchamp R. tle, co. Lincoln. Worc.
Rev D. B. Hickle, Head Master of HawkesRev. J. Frampton, Tetbury V. co. Glouc. head Free Grammar School, near Kendal, Rev. — Grey, Bishopsgate R. London. Westmoreland. Rev. E. Griffin, Weston by Welland V. co. Rev. R. R. Knott, Head Master of the Free Northampton.
Grammar School at Rye, Sussex.
BIRTH S. Sept. 21, At Camfield Place, Herts, the John Abel Smith, esp, a son.-6. At lady of the Hon. Baron Dimsdale, a son. Arundel, the lady of the Hon. and Rev. 22. At Beckford, Gloucestershire, the wife · Edw. J. Turnour, a dau. his 14th child.of the Rev, J. Timbrill, D.D. Archd. of 9. At Tockington, the seat of Samuel P. Gloucester, a son.- -25. At Christchurch, Peach, esq. the wife of Johu Murray AyosHants, the wife of Capt. Wheler, 5th Drag. ley, esq. a son. - 11. Ac Walton Rectory, Guards, a dau. -27. At Cooper's-hill, the wife of Rev. A. Hobart, a son.--12. Át Englefield-green, the wife of James Stuart, West Drayton, Middlesex, the wife of Huesq. MP, a dau.
bert de Burgh, esq. a son and heir.- 14. Oct. 2. In Dorset-place, the wife of Ar- At Clifton, near Bristol, the wife of Capt. nold Wallinger, esq. Barrister-at-law, a son. Gardiner, R.N. a son. 14. At Steven
-The wife of Kenyon S. Parker, esq. of ton Rectory, Hants, the wife of the Rev. Upper Gower-street, barrister-at-law, a son. W. Knight, a son.At Pyrton Vicarage,
-3. In Grosvenor-square, the wife of the wife of the Rev. W. L. Buckle, a son,
MARRIAGES. March 20. At Poona, East Indies, Ro De Havilland, to Miss Harriet Gore, niece bert Arbuthoot, esq. son of Sir W. Arbuth- of Sir Ralph Gore, hart.-_-26. At Hull, not, to Anne, second dau. of Col. Fitzge- the Rev. Tho. Davidson, of Ipswich, to rald, C. B. 20th Reg.-25. At Calcutta, Harriet, youngest dau. of the late Rev. J. Capt. H. P. Cotton, Aid-de-camp to Gen. Armitstead, of Cranage Hall, Cheshire. Pine, eldest son of Charles Cotton, esq. of Sept. 11. At Clifton, Nicholas JerKingsgate, Isle of Thanet, to Georgina, sey Lovell, esq. of Lodway House, St. youngest dau of Major-Gen. Pine.-26. George's Somerset, to Mary, eldest dau. of At Calcutta, Robert Forbes, youngest son Joho Warne, esq. of Clifton.- -At Oxted, of Lord Forbes, to Frances Dorothy, second W. Helder, esq. of Furnival's Inn, to Eliza, dau. of Tho. Law Hodges, esq. of Hemsted, third dau. of the late Lieut.-col. F. W. BelKent.
lis, E. I. C.-At Sutton Benger, Wilts, Aug. 4. At Newport, Isle of Wight, Geo. B. Carr, esq. of Green Lettuce-lane, Daniel De Lisle, esq. to Miss Anne, third London, to Harriet, youngest dau, of Majordau. of the late Sir P. De Havilland, of Gen. Bowpess.At South Mimms, MidGuernsey.-
:-6. Al Guernsey, Licut.-Col. dlesex, Lieut. Fred. Henry Le Mesurier, 368 Marriages.
[Oct. R. N. to Jane Cath. only child of the late Mary, dau. of Geo. Watson Smyth, esq. of Thomas Cecil Mansell, esq. of Thorpe, co. Green-street, Grosvenor-square. -At LitNorthamp.-15. At Harwich, the Rev. tle Ouseburn, Yorkshire, the Rev. Thos. B. Cheese, Rector of Tendring, Essex, to Hutton Croft, Vicar of Hutton Bushel, to Helen, second dau, of the late N. M. Patti- Eliza, dau. of R. J. Thompson, esq. of Kirby son, esq. of West House, Congleton. Hall. 29. At Southampton, Robert, 16. At Thames Ditton, James Simcoe eldest son of Robert Clutterbuck, of WatSaunders, esq. barrister-at-law, only son of ford, esq. to Eliz. Anne, youngest dau. of the the Hon. John Saunders, Chief Justice of late H. Hulton, esq. of Bevis-Mount.the Province of New Brunswick, to Eliz. 30. At Chester, the Rev. James Maingy, Sophia, eldest dau, of the Rev. Geo. Henry of Guernsey, to Charlotte, eldest dau. of Storis.- -At St. Pancras New Church, Major Gen. Beckwith, and niece to the late Hugh Burgess, esq. of Upper Charlotte-str. Gen. Sir G. Beckwith. At Walton, Soto Rosa, third dau. of Thomas Cadell, esq. mersetshire, the Rev. Edmond Strong, to
-At St. Alban's, the Rev. Charles Gape, Sarah, eldest dau. of the late John Coulson, Vicar of Sibsey, co. Linc. to Mary Eliz. dau.
of Clifton Wood. of Thomas Howard, esq. of St. Michael's, Lately. At St. George's Hanovet-square, Herts. At Hackthorn, near Lincoln, the Tho. Stackhouse Burton, esq. to Miss Caro. Rev. A. J. Clarke, of Birmingham, youngest line Seymour, dau. of the late Jonathan son of N. G. Clarke, esq. K. C. Chief Jus- Sadler, esq. and grand-dau. of the late Adm. tice of Brecon, to Eliz. dau. of the late G. Lynn.-At Bombay, T. G. Gardiner, esq. Langton, esq.
-At Bath, Lieut. L.B. Wil- only son of the late Col. Gardiner, of Belleliams, R. N. to Char. Arthurina, youngest vue, Southampton, to Mary Frances, dau. of dau. of the late Capt. Cuthbert, R. N.- Sir John P. Grant, of Rothiemurchus, In17. At Poulton-in-the-Fylde, Lancashire, vernesshire. Tho. J. Knowlys, esq. to Ann M. Martha, Oct. 2. At Gillingham, Norfolk, the Rev. only dau. of the late Robert Hesketh, esq. Joseph G. Round, to Eliz. Martha, dau. of of Rossall Hall, At Elmley Lovett, Wor- Rev. J. Lewis.-At Iwerne Minster, Dorcestershire, Capt. J. Marshall, C. B. R. N. set, the Rev. Ed. Bower, Rector of Closeto Augusta Eliza, youngest dau. of John worth, to Eliz. Ann, second dau. of T. B. Wyone, esq. of Garthmeillo, Denbighshire, Bower, esq. of Iwern House.-W.Wrangand grand-dau. of the late Rev. Dr. Parr. ham Collins, esq. of Manchester-square, and
18. At St. John's, Hackney, Tho. son of the late Gea. Collins, to Henrietta, Jones, esq. eldest son of Griffith Jones, esq. eldest dau. of the Rev. C. W. Shuckburgh, of Dolgelley, Merioneth, banker, to Eliz. of the Moot, Downton, Wilcs.-At St. eldest dau. of the late Rev. Hugh Thomas, George's Hanover-square, Major J. Neave Rector of Penegoes, co. Montgomery: Wells, R. E. son of the late Adm. Wells, to 20. At Wellsbourn, co. Warwick, R. Mar- Marianne, dau, and co-heiress of the late sham, esq. to A. C. Onslow, eldest dau. of Benj. Wade, esq. of New
Grange, co. York, the late Capt. M. R. Onslow, Coldstream At St. George's, Bloomsbury-square, Guards, and grand-dau. of the late Adm. Sir T. Coventry, 'esq. barrister-at-law, to Eliz. R. Onslow, Bart.- -At Paris, the Rev. J.
only daughter of Mr. Justice Littledale. W. Worthington, to Juliec Mary, eldest dau. 4. At Horsham, Lieut.-Col. R. Beauchamp, of D. Mazzinghi, esq. of Green-street, Gros- son of the late Sir Tho. Beauchamp Proctor, venor-square. -23. At Florence, Count Bart. of Langley Park, Norfolk, to Sophia, Gustave Blucher de Wahlstatt, grandson of dau. of the late Benj. Ball, esq. of Dublin. the late Marshal Blucher, to Madeline, se- -At St. Thomas's, Dublin, Sir C. Dillon, cond dau. of the late Lord Chief Justice Bart. of Lismullin, co. Meath, to Sarah, Dallas. -At Trelisick, Cornwall, the Rev. widow of the late Rev. J. C. Miller, D. D. Alfred Burmester, Rector of Mickleham, -8. At Bath, Chas. Thos. only son of Surrey, to Eliz. Jane, eldest dau. of Tho. Chas. Conolly, late of Midford Castle, SoDaniell, esq.At White Waltham, Berks,
merset, esq. to Jane Anne, dau. of Philip Bury Doyne, esq. of Derryfore, Queen's Lawless, late of Dublin, esq.
-At Bangor, County, to Caroline Mary aine, eldest dau. Col. H. White, M.P. to Eleanor, eldest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Kearney.- At Lee, of W. S. Dempster, esq. of Skibo, co. SoD. B. Conway, esq. surgeon, R. N. to Ellen, therland.
At Clifton, W. Rowland second dau. of the late Wm. Day, Capt. R. Alder, esq. to Miss M. A. Hanson, ci-devant N. and Governor of Sierra Leone
Countess of Portsmouth-14. At MapleAt Stoke-upon-Trent, Cap. Stamer, 4th Dra- durham, Rev. J. Adair, Colpoys, son of Vice goon Guards, eldest son of Sir Wm. Stamer,
Adm. Griffith Colpoys, and Rector of North bart. to Caroline, only dau. of Jolin Tomlin- Waltham, Hants, to Ano, eldest dau. of the sun, esq. of Cliffville.- At Kingston, Port- Lord Bishop of Chester. -15. A. Llansea, Lieut. Wm. Fuller, R. N. to Elizabeth badarn, co. Cardigan, Augustus, eldest son Mary, eldest dau of the late Wm. Bampton, of John Frank Newton, Esq. of Weymouth, esq. of Claremont-square, London -27. to Letitia Frances Henry, eldest dau, of Sir At St. George's Hanover-square, the Rev. Wm. Pyne, Rector of Oxted, Surrey, to
Robert T. Ricketts, of The Elins, Gloucestershire, Bart.
Duke OP SAN CARLOS.
same moment as the Prince, he was orJuly 17. At Paris, of aneurism in the dered to remove sixty leagues from Maheart, aged 57, the Duke of San Carlos, drid, not to reside within twenty leagues Ambassador from Spain to the Court of of the coast, and not to fix bis abode in France, and formerly to ihis country. Navarre.
He was a native of Lima, and received When the French armies entered Spain bis education in the principal college of be resided at Alfaro. In the mean time, tbat city, the rector of which was his the insurrection in Aranjuez broke out, governor. At the age of seventeen he Prince Ferdinand ascended the throne went to Spain, wbere he progressively (March 1808), imprisoned and confisattained his military rank, became a cated the property of Godoy, and apgrandee of the first class, counsellor of pointed the Duke of San Carlos Grandstate, &c. He commenced his military Master of the Household and Member career as Colonel in the second regiment of his Privy Council. The Duke arof Majorca infantry, of wbich bis uncle rived in Madrid some days before his was Colonel-proprietor. He served in royal master's departure for Bayonne, tbe Catalonian campaign, in the war of accompanied him in his journey, and 1793; and as a volunteer in the Touloni had several conferences with Buonaexpedition.
parte on the subject of exchanging the On the death of his uncle, Colonel crown of Spain for that of Etruria. In San Carlos was appointed Chamberlain, tbese conferences the Duke invariably and afterwards Governor, to the Prince insisted tbat Ferdinand would not conof the Asturias, now Ferdinand VII. His sent to any treaty without the enjoysystem of education, however, not being ment of his liberty, or without the sancin accordance with the political views of tion of the Cortes. In the interim, Godoy, Prince of Peace, the influence of Godoy bad been liberated in Madrid, that profligate adventurer deprived him through the influence of Murat. He of his honourable post. Yet, such was immediately proceeded to Bayonne, whithe consequence of San Carlos, that he ther he was followed by Charles IV. and was named Major Domo to the Queen his queen. The old monarch then rein 1801, when the Court was occupied tracted his abdication, and ultimately with negociating an alliance between his son was compelled to restore to bim t be beir of Spain, and his cousin, a
Ferdioand, Joseph BuonaPrincess of Naples.
parte having first been placed on the In 1805, he was invested witb the ibrone of Spain, was sent to Valençay, office of Major Domo to Charles IV.; in France, wbicber he was accompanied but in 1807, sometime previously to the by the Duke of San Carlos, the Canon imprisonment of the Prince of the As- Escoiquitz, &c. The Duke remained turias, through the intrigues of Goduy, with Ferdinand till be, with Escoiquitz, in the palace of the Escurial, he was re- was ordered by Buonaparte to Paris. moved from Court, and appointed to the Wbile in that capital, he availed himself Viceroyship of Navarre. Tbree months of the opportunity to confer with the after bis assumption of that govern- diplomatic agents of Russia, Prussia, and ment, be was ordered to consider bim- Austria, on the affairs of Spain. Buo. self a prisoner in the citadel. This naparte afterwards suspecting tbe inmeasure is understood to have been fluence possessed by the Duke, and by taken in consequence of a report that Escoiquitz, over bis royal captive, deterthe Duke of San Carlos had ventured to mined upon separating them from Prince advise tbe beir-apparent to deprive the Ferdinand. The Duke was accordingly queen-mother of all political influence, confined at Leons-le-Taulnier, and the in the event of the King's death, his Canon at Bourges. Majesty being at that time very ill, and In bis retirement the Duke of San also to put Godoy upon his trial. It was Carlos cultivated his taste for botany, on the 29th of October tbat Ferdinand's and more particularly for history, popapers were seized, bis person placed in litics, and general literature. Five years durance, and he and his counsellors de- had Ferdinand and his relatives been in clared to be traitors. In the subsequent captivity in France, when Buonaparte, investigation of the Escurial, the Duke fivding bimself attacked by the Allied was subjected to close and severe examic Powers of Europe, and no longer in a nation ; and though liberated at the condition to leave a numerous army in Gent. Mag. October, 1828.
(Oct. Spain, determined to reinstate him. In In October 1815 be was nominated consequence of this resolve be recalled
Ambassador to the Austrian Court. In the Duke of San Carlos to Paris, in 1817 be was recalled, and sent in the November 1813. There San Carlos same capacity to the Court of Britain, communicated with tbe Duke of Bas- where be resided some years, till resano, and then went to Valençay, where, placed by tbe Duke of Frias. His next after several long discussions, a treaty and last diplomatic appointment, which was concluded on the Ilth of December. he beld until the time of his death, was The Duke, in consequence, sel out for at the French Court. His bealth is said Madrid, to obtain the consent of the to have declined very rapidly since tbę Regency to the treaty. He arrived there death of his favourite daughter, the on the 16th of January 1814 ; but the Countess de Lessine. He is succeeded arrangements proposed by France were in bis title and estates by bis eldest son, not accepted, and he was under the ne- the Count del Puerto, au officer in the cessity of returning to Valençay. In royal guards of Spain. passing tbrougb Catalonia he bad a conference with Marsbal Suchet, on the
EARL OF MARX. subject of evacuating Spain by the Sept. 20. At bis seat, Alloa House, French army. Previously to the Duke's Clackmannanshire, aged 56, the Right arrival at Valençay, Ferdinand, impa. Hon. John Thomas Erskine, thirteenth tient of his return, bad despatched Don Earl of Marr and Baron Erskine. Joseph Palafox to Madrid, with new in- He was the eldest son of John-Francis, structions. At length, after many ob- the late Earl, by Frances, only daughter structions, the King, accompanied by of Charles Floyer, esq. Governor of Ma. the Duke, set out upon bis return. It dras; and succeeded his father in the was found expedient to proceed in the title, Aug. 20, 1825. His wife was Janet, first instance to Saragossa; and the daughter of Patrick Miller, esq. by Cortes not choosing to give up the reins whom he had issue, 1. the Right Hon, of government, they next went to Va- John-Francis-Miller, born in 1795, and lencia, in the month of April.
now Earl of Marr; 2. Jean, wbo died in On the 3d of May, the Duke of San 1806; 3. Lady Frances-Jemima; and 4. Carlos was appointed first Secretary of anot ber daughter. State. In consequence of the refusal of General Freyre to accept the office of
EARL OF ERNE, Minister of War, the Duke accepted it, Sept. 15. In Great Denmark Street, in conjunction with that of Minister of Dublin, aged 96, the Right Hon. John the King's Household. The former post Creighton, Earl of Erne, Viscount and he soon afterwards resigned in favour of Baron Erne, of Crum Castle, co. FermaGeneral Eguia.
pagh, a representative peer for Ireland, The Duke of San Carlos was presented a Privy-Counsellor in that kingdom, Goby tbe Emperor of Russia with ibe deco- vernor of the County of Ferm apagb, a ration of the order of the Black Eagle ; trustee of the Linen Manufacture, &c. -by the King of Prussia with that of This venerable peer was born in 1739, the Red Eagle ; and by the King of the second, but eldest surviving son of Naples with ibe insignia of the orders of Abraham first Lord Erne, by his first Saint Ferdinand and Merit, and Saint wise, Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Januarius ;-with a very flattering letter Right Hon. Jobn Rogerson, Lord Chief of thanks from his Sicilian Majesty, fur Justice of the King's Bench in Irelanda his having contributed to his re-esta- He succeeded bis father in the barony, blishment on the throne.
in June 1772, and on the 12th of OctoSoon after the restoration of King ber, 1773, first took his seat in the Irish Ferdinand, the Duke his minister com- House of Peers. He was advanced to menced the task of introducing a system the dignity of Viscount Erne, of Crum of economy into the kingdom. He es- Castle, by patent dated Jan. 6, 1781; to tablished a junta of ministers, over the Earldom of Erne August 18, 1789; whom he presided, took various mea- and he was elected a Representative sures for a general repair of the roads, Peer for Ireland in 1800, at the memoraincreasing the number of canals, and re- ble epoch of the Union. viving the credit of the national bank ; The Earl was twice married : first, in, and he established several academies for February 1761, to Catherine, second the cultivation of the arts and sciences. daugbier of Robert Howard, D.D. Bishop Notwithstanding these very laudable ex- of Elphin, and great-aunt to the present ertions, his enemies were numerous ; Earl of Wicklow. By this lady, who and finding them increase, be obtained died June 15, 1775, his Lordship bad permission in Nov. 1814, to terminate issue :-1. Lady Elizabeth, who married bis ministerial functions.
James King, esq. and died in 1794 ; 2.