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in his 71st year, B. Hopkinson, produced, of which his laborious, esq.
accurate, and voluminous history At the house of her brother, of Voyages of Discovery, his acviscount Clifden, at Roehampton, count of the Eastern Navigations the honourable Emily Anne Agar. of the Russians, and other works,
At St. James's-palace, H. F. bear the amplest testimony. As Grabecker, esq.
an officer, he was particularly reAt Thornhill-cottage, near Sun- markable for his great and enderland, Durham, J. Telfor, esq. lightened humanity to those under
At Southwick-park, Hampshire, his command; at a period, too, Mrs. Thistlewayte.
when severity in discipline was Near Huntingdon, captain St. generally considered a proof of Aubin, in consequence of swallow- zeal, of spirit, and of ability, and ing sugar of lead instead of salts. when the wiser and more generous
At Boxley-house, Kent, the ho- opinions and practice of the prenourable Mrs. F. Marsham. sent day would have been treated
At Abberley-lodge, Worcester- as heterodox and pernicious. This shire, Mrs. Bromley.
humanity was characteristic of In his 71st year, sir William him, and, united to the most inYoung, G. C. B. admiral of the flexible integrity and love of truth, red, and vice-admiral of Great attended him through all the Britain.
offices of life. He will be long reOn the 17th died suddenly, of membered, by an extensive circle apoplexy, at his house in James. of friends, who loved him for his street, Buckingham-gate, Rear- disinterestedness and honestyAdmiral Burney, F. R. S., in his for the simplicity and ndness of 72nd year, eldest son of the learned his manners, and the cheerfulness and elegant historian of music, of his disposition--for his goodand brother to two very distin- nature and genuine humour in guished persons of the present conversation, and for his true, age, madame d'Arblay, the justly though antiquated, hospitality. celebrated novelist, and the late The following passage in a letter Dr. Charles Burney, a member written by Dr. Johnson to Mrs. of that triumvirate of profound Thrale, upon captain Burney's acholars which has adorned our promotion and appointment to the own immediate times.
Bristol 50 gun ship, in 1781, Admiral Burney entered into shows how great an interest the the royal navy at a very early naval officer had excited in the period of his life, and first as mid- breast of the learned moralist:Shipman, afterwards as lieutenant, “I am willing, however, to hear accompanied captain Cook in the that there is happiness in the two last of those enterprising, world, and delight to think on the perilous, and important voyages pleasure diffused among the Burwhich have reflected so much neys. I question if any ship upon honour on the late reign, and the ocean goes out attended with proved so beneficial to the general more good wishes than that which interests of mankind.
carries the fate of Burney." one of the most scientific and best December, At his house at geographers that this country has Croyden, W. B. Clinton, esq. of
his majesty's receipt of exchequer,
Sir T. Brisbane to be governor in his 53rd year.
of New South Wales. At Englefield-lodge, Surrey, J. Admiral şir J. H. Whitshed, N. Smith, esq.
K. C. B. to be naval commanderAt his house, Hyde-park-corner, in-chief at Portsmouth. John Warner, esq. more than thirty The rev. Edward Colman Tyyears a magistrate for Middle- son, B. A. fellow of Catherine
hall, Cambridge, to be second masMrs. Dupré, of Welton-park, ter of the royal mathematical school Beaconsfield.
at Christ's hospital. Mr. J. Edwards, of Erbistock, Major J. MʻRa, Ist foot, to be Cheshire, who with his wife had deputy quarter-master general in forty children.
the East Indies, with the rank of Returning from the continent, lieutenant-colonel. at Jersey, J. Trelawney, .esq. Vice-admiral sir R. G. Keats to eldest son of sir H. Trelawney, be master of Greenwich hospital, bart.
and one of the commissioners or At Duffield-house, Derbyshire, governors, v. admiral sir J. ColMrs. A. Donell.
At Payne-house, Silverton, De Sir G. Blane, bart, sir H. Halvon, W. Lond, esq.
ford, bart. sir W. Knighton, bart. H. Byne, esq. of Salterleigh: sir M. Tierney, bart. to be physihouse, Devon.
cians to his majesty's person. At her seat in Hertfordshire, Marquis of Graham to be viceMrs. Allen, widow of admiral chamberlain of his majesty's houseAllen.
hold, in the room of viscount Jose At Hastings, T. F. North, esq. celyn, now earl of Roden. of Rongham-hall.
Lieut.-gen. the honourable sir At Bath, viscountess Mount, Edward Paget, G. C. B. to be goearl.
vernor of Ceylon.
Lieut..col. John Bell to be de
puty quarter-master general at the PROMOTIONS in the year 1821. Cape of Good Hope.
Lieut.-col. Robert Torrens to The right honourable G. Ba- be deputy quarter-master general thurst to be president of the board to the king's troops serving in the of controul for the affairs of East Indies. India.
The rev. G. Rowley, M. A. to Captain Lyon, R. N. to the be master of University College, in command of the Hecla, to accom the room of J. Griffith, D. D. des pany captain Parry on the northern ceased. expedition.
Admiral sir B. Hollowell to be Lord Combermere to be gover- commander-in-chief at Chatham. nor of Sheerness, in the room of John Parkinson, esq. to be the late general Gwyn.
British consul at Pernambuco. Lord Beresford to be governor Astley Cooper, esq. to be surof Jersey.
geon to his majesty's person. Sir H. Ward to be governor of Captain Charles Grant, C. B. Barbadoes.
to the naval command at the Cape
of Good Hope, with the rank of honourable sir T. Packingham, commodore.
G. C. B.; sir J. H. Whitshed, Henry Matthews, esq. of Lin- K. C. B.; and A. Kempe, esq. to coln's Inn, barrister at law, and be admirals of the red. late fellow of King's college, Cam Admirals of the blue-T. Drury, bridge, to be his majesty's advo- esq.; sir A. Bertie, bart. K. C. B. cate fiscal in the island of Ceylon. the right honourable W. earl of
Rev. Hugh Morgan to the office Northesk, G. C. B.; J. Vashon, of canon residentiary of Hereford esq.; the right honourable E. cathedral.
viscount Exmouth, G. C. B. and In connexion with the king's coro sir I. Coffin, bart. to be admirals nation To be Baronets --Major. of the white. general sir E. Kerrison, of Wyke Seven vice-admirals of the red, house.—Sir H. N. Lumsden, of to be admirals of the blue--Six Auchindoir-T. F. Fremantle, of vice-admirals of the white, to be Swanbourne, esq.-J. D. Astley, admirals of the red.---Thirteen of Everleigh, esq.-A. Boswell, vice-admirals of the blue, to be of Auchinleck, esq.-R. Shaw, of vice-admirals of the white Bushy-park, Dublin, esq.-A. Thirteen rear-admirals of the red, Chichester, of Greencastle, Done- to be vice-admirals of the blue gal, esq.--G. Pocock, of Twicken- Fifteen rear-admirals of the white, ham, esq.-W. G. H. Jolliffe, of to be rear-admirals of the red Merstham, esq.-R. T. Farquhar, Eighteen rear-admirals of the blue, esq. governor of the Mauritius.- to be rear-admirals of the white Major T. T. F. E. Drake, of Nut and nineteen captains were well-court-- J. E. E. Wilmot, of also appointed flag-officers of his Berkswell-hall, esq.- R. Dundas, majesty's fleet, to be rear-admirals of Breechwood, esq.-Colonel C. of the blue. Smyth, of Nutwood-D. Erskine, Commanders posted-John Gore, of Cambo, esq.-W. Young, of Robert Hockings, J. C. Carpenter, Balciborough-castle, esq.-J. D' J. B. Allen, John Codd, R. L. Oyley, of Kandy, Ceylon, esq.- Coulson, E. Lloyd, John Gedge, D. Smith, of Upper Canada, esq. B. M. Kelly, H. T. Jauncey. A. P. Cooper, of Gadesbridge, Lieutenants made commanders esq. surgeon to his majesty's per-' W. Mincin, W. Price, W. R. son.-T. Phillips, of Middle-hill, Lucas, Philip Helpman, H. S. esq.-I. D. Paul, of Rodborough, Wilson, John A. Morrell, Samuel esq.-C. Trotter, of West-ville, Gordon, Simon Hopkinson, John esq. --C. Scott, of Lytchet Min- Little, James Elphick, Robert ster, esq.-G Blackman, of Har- Forder, Henry Ellis, Henry Pryce, ley-street, esq.
E. L. Couch, Thomas L. Robins,
M. H. Sweney, James Morgan, NAVAL PROMOTIONS.
T. E. Cole,. William Martin, W. The right honourable John earl P. Stanley. St. Vincent, G. C. B. admiral of To the rank of lieutenantsthe red, to be an admiral of the Thomas Dangerfield, J. Smith, feet
D. N. Hoare, J. Vallack, G. A. Admirals of the white--sir C. Leary, H. L. Williams, G. James, H. Knowles, bart. G. C. B.; the H. Smith, J. P. Wells, G. A.
White, V. H. Jones, T. Hardy, SHERIFFS for the year 1821.
Brooks, of Flitwick, esq.
Cornwall, Richard Vyvyan, of majors. --- Brevet-majors
Win- Trewan, esq. grove, Sheppard, Lawrence, Bar Derbyshire. Sir George Crewe, tleman, Boys, and Collins, to be of Caulke-abbey, bart. pay-captains - First lieutenants Devonshire. Sir John Davie, Crowther, Walker, Kendall, Coc. of Creedy, bart. kell, Appleton, and Cupples, to Dorsetshire. John White, of be captains.—Second lieutenants Up Cerne, esq. Thompson, James, R. M. A. Mal Essex, Robert Westley-hall, lord, Shillito, Hickman, Brutton, the younger of Great Illford, esq. Luddington, and Farrant, R.M.A. Gloucestershire. William Milto be first lieutenants.
ler, of Ozleworth, esq.
Herefordshire. John Biddulph, MILITARY PROMOTIONS.
of Ledbury, esq. Brevet. Commissions to be Hertfordshire. Joseph Timpedated the 19th of July, 1821-T0 ron, of New Barnes, esq. be Field Marshals general C.
Kent. Sir John Shelley Sydquis of Drogheda, K. S. P.; Wil- ney, of Penshurst-castle, bart. liam earl Harcourt, G. C. B. Leicestershire. George Moore, To be Generals-Lieutenant ge- of Appleby, esq. nerals J. Champagné, sir H. Cal Lincolnshire. Sir Richard Suto' vert, bart. G. C. B., G. Cockburn, ton, of Sudbrook, bart. E. Dunne, J. Drummond, William Monmouthshire. Charles MorDowdeswell, sir A. Mackenzie, gan, of Tredegar, esq. bart., G, Moncrieffe, T. Meyrick, Norfolk. Sir Jacob Astley, of T. lord Lynedock, G. C. B.; Melton-constable, bart. G. H. Vansittart, honourable Northamptonshire. T. Philip C. Fitzroy, F. Hugonin. The Maunsell, of Thorpe Malsor, esq. whole forty-five major-generals Northumberland. Addison J. to be lieutenant-generals; thirty- Creswell Baker, of Creswell, esq. three colonels to be majorogene Nottinghamshire. Postponed. rals; twenty-eight lieutenant Oxfordshire. Charles Peers, of colonels to be colonels; thirteen Chiselhampton, esq. majors to be lieutenant-colonels; Rutlandshire. William Lawthirty-five captains to be majors. rence, of Preston, esq.
Shropshire. Richard Heber, of Pembroke. Joseph Harris, of Hodnett, esq.
Llanunwas, esq. Somersetshire. William Han Cardigan. John Vaughan Lloyd, ning, of Dillington, esq.
of Briring, esq. Staffordshire. Francis Eld, of Glamorgan. William Forman, Seighford, esq.
of Penydarran, esq: County of Southampton. Thomas Brecon. Edward Jones, of BatDeane Shute, of Burton-house, tle-end, esq.
Radnor. Robert Peel,
Suffolk. Philip Bennett, of Cwmelan, esą.
NORTH WALES. place, esq.
Susser. Richard Hasler, of Bognor, esq.
Merioneth. John Mytton, of Warwickshire. Postponed.
Plas y Dinas, esq. Wiltshire. Ambrose Awdry, of Carnarvon. Joseph Huddart, Seend, esq.
of Brynker, esq. Worcestershire. Elias Isaac, of Anglesea. James, Webster, of Boughton, esq.
Derry, esq. Yorkshire. Sir William Ingil- . Montgomery. Valentine Vickby, of Ripley, bart.
ers, of Criggion, esq.
Denbigh. John Madocks, of SOUTH WALES. Carmarthen, Walter Rice Ho Flint. John Douglas, of Gyrne, well Powell, of Maesgyn, esq. esq.