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in his 71st year, B. Hopkinson, esq. At the house of her brother, viscount Clifden, at Roehampton, the honourable Emily Anne Agar. At St. James's-palace, H. F. Grabecker, esq. At Thornhill-cottage, near Sunderland, Durham, J. Telfor, esq. At Southwick-park, Hampshire, Mrs. Thistlewayte. Near Huntingdon, captain St. Aubin, in consequence of swallowing sugar of lead instead of salts. At Boxley-house, Kent, the honourable Mrs. F. Marsham. At Abberley-lodge, Worcestershire, Mrs. Bromley. In his 71st year, sir William Young, G. C. B. admiral of the red, and vice-admiral of Great Britain. On the 17th died suddenly, of apoplexy, at his house in Jamesstreet, Buckingham-gate, RearAdmiral Burney, F. R. S., in his 72nd year, eldest son of the learned and elegant historian of music, and brother to two very distinguished persons of the present age, madame d'Arblay, the justly celebrated novelist, and the late Dr. Charles Burney, a member of that triumvirate of profound scholars which has adorned our own immediate times. Admiral Burney entered into the royal navy at a very early period of his life, and first as midshipman, afterwards as lieutenant, accompanied captain Cook in the two last of those enterprising, perilous, and important voyages which have reflected so much honour on the late reign, and proved so beneficial to the general interests of mankind. He was one of the most scientific and best geographers that this country has
produced, of which his laborious, accurate, and voluminous history of Voyages of Discovery, his account of the Eastern Navigations of the Russians, and other works, bear the amplest testimony. As an officer, he was particularly remarkable for his great and enlightened humanity to those under his command; at a period, too, when severity in discipline was generally considered a proof of zeal, of spirit, and of ability, and when the wiser and more generous opinions and practice of the present day would have been treated as heterodox and pernicious. This humanity was characteristic of him, and, united to the most inflexible integrity and love of truth,
attended him through all the
offices of life. He will be long remembered, by an extensive circle of friends, who loved him for his disinterestedness and honesty— for the simplicity and kindness of his manners, and the cheerfulness of his disposition—for his goodnature and genuine humour in conversation, and for his true, though antiquated, hospitality. The following passage in a letter written by Dr. Johnson to Mrs. Thrale, upon captain Burney's promotion and appointment to the Bristol 50 gun ship, in 1781, shows how great an interest the naval officer had excitcd in the breast of the learned moralist:— “I am willing, however, to hear that there is happiness in the world, and delight to think on the pleasure diffused among the Burneys. I question if any ship upon the ocean goes out attended with more good wishes than that which carries the fate of Burney.” December. At his house at Croyden, W. B. Clinton, esq., of
Mr. J. Edwards, of Erbistock, Cheshire, who with his wife had forty children. Returning from the continent, at Jersey, J. Trelawney, esq. eldest son of sir H. Trelawney, bart. At Duffield-house, Derbyshire, Mrs. A. Donell. At Payne-house, Silverton, Devon, W. Lond, esq. H. Byne, esq. of Salterleigh: house, Devon. At her seat in Hertfordshire, Mrs. Allen, widow of admiral Allen. At Hastings, T. F. North, esq. of Rongham-hall. At Bath, viscountess Mount— earl.
Sir T. Brisbane to be governor of New South Wales. Admiral sir J. H. Whitshed, K. C. B. to be naval commanderin-chief at Portsmouth. The rev. Edward Colman Tyson, B. A. fellow of Catherinehall, Cambridge, to be second masteroftheroyal mathematical school at Christ's hospital. Major J. M'Ra, 1st foot, to be deputy quarter-master general in the East Indies, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel. Vice-admiral sir R. G. Keats to be master of Greenwich hospital, and one of the commissioners or governors, v. admiral sir J. Colpoys, bart. Sir G. Blane, bart. Sir H. Halford, bart, sir W. Knighton, bart. sir M. Tierney, bart. to be physicians to his majesty's person. Marquis of Graham to be vicechamberlain of his majesty's household, in the room of viscount Joscelyn, now earl of Roden. Lieut.-gen. the honourable sir Edward Paget, G. C. B. to be governor of Ceylon. Lieut.-col. John Bell to be deputy quarter-master general at the Cape of Good Hope. Lieut.-col. Robert Torrens to be deputy quarter-master general to the king's troops serving in the East Indies. The rev. G. Rowley, M.A. to be master of University College, in the room of J. Griffith, D. D. deceased. Admiral sir B. Hollowell to be commander-in-chief at Chatham. John Parkinson, esq. to be British consul at Pernambuco. Astley Cooper, esq. to be surgeon to his majesty's person. Captain Charles Grant, C. B. to the naval command at the co, 0
of Good Hope, with the rank of commodore.
Henry Matthews, esq. of Lincoln's Inn, barrister at law, and late fellow of King's college, Cambridge, to be his majesty's advocate fiscal in the island of Ceylon.
Rev. Hugh Morgan to the office of canon residentiary of Hereford cathedral.
In connevion with the king's coronation—To be Baronets—Majorgeneral sir E. Kerrison, of Wykehouse.—Sir H. N. Lumsden, of Auchindoir—T. F. Fremantle, of Swanbourne, esq.—J. D. Astley, of Everleigh, esq.—A. Boswell, of Auchinleck, esq.-R. Shaw, of Bushy-park, Dublin, esq.-A. Chichester, of Greencastle, Donegal, esq.-G. Pocock, of Twickenham, esq.-W. G. H. Jolliffe, of Merstham, esq.-R. T. Farquhar, esq. governor of the Mauritius.Major T. T. F. E. Drake, of Nutwell-court–J. E. E. Wilmot, of Berkswell-hall, esq.-R. Dundas, of Breechwood, esq.-Colonel C. Smyth, of Nutwood–D. Erskine, of Cambo, esq.-W. Young, of Balciborough-castle, esq.---J. D’ Oyley, of Kandy, Ceylon, esq.D. Smith, of Upper Canada, esq. A. P. Cooper, of Gadesbridge, esq. surgeon to his majesty's person.—T. Phillips, of Middle-hill, esq.-I. D. Paul, of Rodborough, esq.-C. Trotter, of West-ville, esq.-C. Scott, of Lytchet Minster, esq.—G Blackman, of Harley-street, esq.
The right honourable John earl St. Vincent, G. C. B. admiral of the red, to be an admiral of the fleet
Admirals of the white—sir C. H. Knowles, bart. G. C. B. ; the
honourable sir T. Packingham, G. C. B.; sir J. H. Whitshed, K. C. B.; and A. Kempe, esq. to be admirals of the red. Admirals of the blue—T. Drury, esq.; sir A. Bertie, bart. K. C. B. the right honourable W. earl of Northesk, G. C. B.; J. Vashon, esq.; the right honourable E. viscount Exmouth, G. C. B. and sir I. Coffin, bart. to be admirals of the white. Seven vice-admirals of the red, to be admirals of the blue—Six vice-admirals of the white, to be admirals of the red.—Thirteen vice-admirals of the blue, to be vice-admirals of the white — Thirteen rear-admirals of the red, to be vice-admirals of the blue— Fifteen rear-admirals of the white, to be rear-admirals of the red— Eighteen rear-admirals of the blue, to be rear-admirals of the white — and nineteen captains were also appointed flag-officers of his majesty's fleet, to be rear-admirals of the blue. Commanders posted—John Gore, Robert Hockings, J. C. Carpenter, J. B. Allen, John Codd, R. L. Coulson, E. Lloyd, John Gedge, B. M. Kelly, H. T. Jauncey. Lieutenants made commanders— W. Mincin, W. Price, W. R. Lucas, Philip Helpman, H. S. Wilson, John A. Morrell, Samuel Gordon, Simon Hopkinson, John Little, James Elphick, Robert Forder, Henry Ellis, Henry Pryce, E. L. Couch, Thomas L. Robins, M. H. Sweney, James Morgan, T. E. Cole, William Martin, W. P. Stanley. To the rank of lieutenants- . Thomas Dangerfield, J. Smith, D. N. Hoare, J. Vallack, G. A. Leary, H. L. Williams, G. James, H. Smith, J. P. Wells, G. A. (X) White
White, W. H. Jones, T. Hardy, C. Strutt, J. Tarson, W. A. Dyball, J. Mills, J. Orford, J. R. Drake. Royal Marines—Brevet colonels Cole, Foley, and Binks, to be major-generals. – Brevet lieutenant-colonels Roby, R. Lee, H. Lee, M. M'Cleverty, Boys, and sir R. Williams, to be lieutenantcolonels — Brevet lieutenantcolonels and captains of royal marines, Stanser, Dunsmuire, Minton, Long, sir J. Malcolm, K. C. B. and Westropp, to be majors. — Brevet-majors Wingrove, Sheppard, Lawrence, Bartleman, Boys, and Collins, to be
pay-captains — First lieutenants
Crowther, Walker, Kendall, Cockell, Appleton, and Cupples, to be captains.—Second lieutenants Thompson, James, R. M. A. Mallord, Shillito, Hickman, Brutton, Luddington, and Farrant, R.M.A. to be first lieutenants.
Brevet. — Commissions to be dated the 19th of July, 1821—To be Field Marshals general C. marquis of Drogheda, K. S. P.; William earl Harcourt, G. C. B.— To be Generals—Lieutenant generals J. Champagné, sir H. Calvert, bart. G. C. B., G. Cockburn, E. Dunne, J. Drummond, William Dowdeswell, sir A. Mackenzie, bart., G. Moncrieffe, T. Meyrick, T. lord Lynedock, G. C. B.; G. H. Vansittart, honourable C. Fitzroy, F. Hugonin. The whole forty-five major-generals to be lieutenant-generals; thirtythree colonels to be major-generals; twenty-eight lieutenantcolonels to be colonels; thirteen majors to be lieutenant-colonels; thirty-five captains to be majors.
SHERIFFS for the year 1821.
Bedfordshire. John Thomas Brooks, of Flitwick, esq. Berkshire. The honourable Frederick West, of Culham. Buckinghamshire. Chas. Scott Murray, of Hambleden-house, esq. Camb. and Hunt. John Pasheller, of Godmanchester, esq. Cheshire. Thomas Wilson, of Llandican, esq. Cumberland. John Marshall, of Hallstead, esq. Cornwall. Richard Vyvyan, of Trewan, esq. Derbyshire. Sir George Crewe, of Caulke-abbey, bart. Devonshire. Sir John Davie, of Creedy, bart. Dorsetshire. John White, of Up Cerne, esq. Esser. Robert Westley-hall, the younger of Great Illford, esq. Gloucestershire. William Miller, of Ozleworth, esq. Herefordshire. John Biddulph, of Ledbury, esq. Hertfordshire. Joseph Timperon, of New Barnes, esq. Kent. Sir John Shelley Sydney, of Penshurst-castle, bart. Leicestershire. George Moore, of Appleby, esq. Lincolnshire. Sir Richard Sutton, of Sudbrook, bart. Monmouthshire. Charles Morgan, of Tredegar, esq. Norfolk. Sir Jacob Astley, of Melton-constable, bart. Northamptonshire. T. Philip Maunsell, of Thorpe Malsor, esq. Northumberland. Addison J. Creswell Baker, of Creswell, esq. Nottinghamshire. Postponed. Oxfordshire. Charles Peers, of Chiselhampton, esq. Rutlandshire. William Lawrence, of Preston, esq. Shropshire