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Stoney, J. 381
Stopford, Sir R. 267
Storer 194. H. S.
345. J. 345
Storey 572
Storr, W. 646
Storrs, R. 268
Stothard 250
Stourton, Lord 587
Stowell, Ld.77, 196
Stracey 475. J.475
Strafford, Lord 205
Strangeways, M.640
Strangways, G. D.

R. F. 188. H. 641
Stransham, A. 67
Stratford, A. F. 18.
F. P. 156, 344
Stratton, H. 188
Strickland, H. 382
Strong, C. 189
Strongitharm,L473
Strutt, 250
Stuart 618. V. 259
Stukeley, Dr. 578
Sturt, Lady C. 68
Swaine, W. W. 67
Swann, J. 282
Swanton, F. 172.
F. M. 173
Swayne, J. 574. M.

378
Sweden, King of 553
Swete, J. 379
Swift, Dean 243.
Sykes, F. 641. Sir
M. M. 368 N. 477
Symonds, M.E.476.
T. 556, 640
Suffolk, Duke of 620
Sullivan, J. 460
Summer 223
Sumner, Dr. 640. J.
B. 246
Surtees, A. 286. E.
C. 641. M. 375
Sussex, Duke 267,
331, 445, 625
Sutherland 187. E.
271. J. 271
Tabor, S. 558
Tabrum, J. 283
Taddy, J. 284

Talbot, Earl 232
Tallat 458
Talleyrand 249
Talmash, F. I. 172.
L. 172
Tamworth, Vis. 561
Tate, N. 221
Taunton, G. 173
Tavel, G. F. 361

Index to Names.

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Tavistock, Marq. 26
Tayleure, W. 171
Taylor 246, 380. D.
476. E. 282. W.
542. Sir H. 56,
170,263,264,459,
460. J. 268, 473.
J. G. 92, M. A.
257. T. 108, 475,
571
Tebbs, S. 362
Tedstil, H. 206. M.
206
Teignmouth, Ld460
Temple, Sir J. 199.
M. A. 68. O. 172.
W. J. 472
Tendon, F. F. 641
Tennant, F. 381
Tenterden, Ld. 451,
459
Terwin, J. 92, 353.
Tetherston, C. 68
Thackery 187. Rev.
F. 345
Theobald, C. 641
Thevenot, E. 360
Thierry 608
Thistlethwayte, A.
473. S. 558. T.

172
Thomas, A. 378. B.
282. E. 92. F.
J. 361. H. 474.
M. 462. Sir N.
17. W. 647
Thompson, A. 646.
G. H. 268. J. 284,
460, 475. J. V.
68. M. T. P. 172.
T. 258
Thomson, H. 190.
T. 347. W. 67
Thornhill, G.67,459
Thornton, A. 92.
H. 640. J. 318.
S. 283
Thorp, A. K. 285.

G. 189
Thresher, E. 174
Thursby, H. 462.
L. 362
Thynne, F. C. 93

Lady J. 361

Tierney 249, 450,
458, 460, 556
Till, J. 375
Tillotson, Abp. 496
Tilson, E. A. 562
Timberlake, H. 476
Tindal, Sir N. C.
457, 460
Tissanier 301
Titterton 379
Todd 323. Rev. H.
J. 323. T. 284

39
Tompson, C. 171
Tonkin, H. 362.
Tooke 639
Torre, H. 173
Toulmin, F. 173
Toup, J. 28
Tovey, J. 580
Townsend 519, 544.
H. J. 477. M.
268. M. F. 172
Townshend, A. H.
361. H. H. 380
Tozer, Capt. 558
Trafford,Earl of 249
Travanion 558
Travers, G. F. 641
Travis, J. 381
Tredennick, G. N.
641
Trefusis, M. 362
Tremayne, J.
461
Trench 537
Trent, M. 641
Trevor, A. H. 68.
Sir J. 244. T. T.
473
Tristram, H. B. 461
Tritton, M. 283
Trollope, J. 189
Tromp, Van 469
Trotter, J. 641
Trowbridge 476
Tuam, Abp. 559
Tubb 94
Tucker, E. 461

H.

G.

556
Tudor, W. 558
Tufnell, E. 462
Turnbul, Dr. 640
Turner 247, 276.
Miss 360, 454,
458,550. E. P.
380. J. M. W.
342, 343. S. 322,
558, 623. T..156.
W. 454
Turton 242
Tweddell, J. 178
Twenlow, J. 128
Twistleton, F. 558
Twiss. 283. Gen.
38J. F. 476
Tylee, C. 557
Tyler 573. J. E. 461
Tyndale T. 377
Tynte, A. 461
Tyrconnel,Lord 400
Tyrell, Sir J. 171
Tyrwhitt, J. B. 173.
R. P. 361

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Van Green, Gen. 167
Vane, H. 377
Vanheythuysenell
M. 558
Varnham, E. 362
Vassall, J. 379. R.
647
Vaughan, Baron 171,
268. E. B. 284.
R. 572. S. 478.
W. 172
Valeman 166
Venn, E. C. 475
Venner 350
Verner, W. 67
Verney 92
Vernon, G. 68. J.
172. L. 556
Verulam, Earl 169
Veysey, J. 573
Vidler, J. 186
Villa Flor 186.
Villers, Marshal 327
Villele, M. de 455
Villiers, G. 377
Vincent, Aug. 341
Vine 426
Vines, E. 379
Vivian, J. H. 171.
Sir R. H. 67
Voltaire 248
Vores, E. 172
Wahab, J. 67
Waite, 601
Wakefield, E. 68.
E. G. 360, 434,
458, 550. W. 458
Wakeman, W. 68
Walden, R. 318
Waldy 172
Wales, M. 188
Walker, A. 369. A.
647. E. M. 558.
J. 270, 477, 343.
J. N. 647. R. 625.
Wall, B. 443
Wallace, 356, 358
Waller, A. 284
Wallinger, W. 267
Wallis, R. 474-
Walmisley 341

Walpole M 337. G.
173
Walsh, F. T. 475
Walsingham, Sir F,
222
Walter, W. 377-
Walton, Bp. 346.
Iz. 324. S. 475
Warburton 633. W,
29
Ward 634. Miss 641.
A. 297. E. 188.
J. 187. J. W. 318.
W. 186
Wardale, A. 93
Warden, J. 557
Ware, E. 283. Sir
J. 223
Warlock, A. 362
Warner 129, 194,

545. S. 461
Warren, H. 188
Warrender, Sir G.
454, 460

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Wartnaby, W. 573
Warton 248
Warwick, M. 378

Earl 267
Washington, Gen.

627
Wasteneys, C. 462
Waterford, March.

572
Watkins 246, 381,
574. C.F. 461.
M. P. 68
Watson 336. A.K.
460. C. W. 641.
F. B. 460. P. 285.
Sir W. 350. W.
L. 67
Watt, T. A. 573
Watts, R. 558
Wawn, J. T. 557
Wawne, G. B. 477
Waylen 93

Weare 316. J. 318,
320

Weavers 414

Wellington, F. 647
Duke

67, 168, 169,248,
358, 450, 453,
543, 552, 633,
634

Wells, C. H. 461
Welsh, T. 641
Welton, S. 475
Wesley, 290, 596
Western 355, 633,
C. 258. C. C. 625
Westmacott, C. M.
625
Westmoreland, Earl
168, 358, 453
Weston, J. W. 285
Westropp, T. 361
Wetherall, J. 267
Wetherell, Sir C.
358. E. W. 189
Whaley, A. 562
Whall 291
Wharncliffe, Lord
356

Whatley, J. 173
Whatton, H. 98. H.
W. 207, 487
Wheeley, M. 189
Whevell, W. 347
Whincop, E. 362
Whinfield, W. 570
Whinyates, E. C.

557

J.

Whiston 51, 293
White 381. E. 268.
E. M. 362. J.268,
T. 283
Whitehead, 67. E.
570. J. 381
Whitfield 596.
188
Whitmore 258, 355,
V. 268, 361
Whittard, T. 92
Whittem, W. 318
Whittingham, Sir
S. F. 67
Whitwell 318
Whychurch, W.318
Wiche, M. 369
Wickens, J. 477

Webb, Rev. J. 321. Wickham, S. 573

M. 378

Wiggett, W. L. 460

Webster 459. E. M. Wight, J. H. 478

462
Weidemam, G. S.
460
Welland 206
Wellesley, Dr. 267,
556. Miss 461
Wellings 573. T.206

Wilde, M. 381. W.
Q. 282
Wildon, M. 558
Wilkes, J. 22
Wilkins 574. G.460.
W. 56, 445
Wilkinson, J. 556,

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Willes, M. 464
Willett, W. 647 ·
Williams 137, 496.
Col. 93. Miss 641
C. H. 68. D. 68.
M. 558, 647. T.
173, 268, 351.
W. A. 171
Williamson, C. 558.
Sir H. 361. R.
539. S.574. T.M.
93

Willis, Dr. R. 204
Wilmot 577. W,M.
647

Lady 18
Wilson 267. Capt.
443. Miss 641. A.
475. C.E. 68. D.
G. 572. E. 558.
F.W. 380. H.571.
H.M. 381. J. 171,
186. P.268. M.
188. R. 473. Sir
R. 165, 356, 450,
S. 647. T.67
Wilton, H. 462. H.
R. P. 379
Wiltshire, Earl 67
Winchelsea, Earl 70,
261, 453, 633
Winchester, Bp.394
Winchelman 37
Wing, J. 68.
Wingfield 586. Dr.
648. Ann 297.
B.297. E. 558. J.
D. 172
Winning, W. B. 361
Winter, R. 188
Winthrop, W. 173
Winwood, H. 93
Wiseman, W. S. 362
Withers, G. 201. W.

476
Woide, Dr. 446
Wolfe, J. 572
Wolff, J. 173
Wolseley, J. H. 647
Wood 222. C. 362.
E. 461. H. 286.
M. 258. E. 68
Woodd, C. 571
Woodford, M. 98.
Woodhouse 443
Woodifield, R. 284,
378

558

Woods, H. 93, 189
Woodward 51, 293.
R. 362. S. 547.
W. 68
Woolmer, S. 555
Woolston 299, 300
Woolstone 219, 220
Wordsworth, Chris.
539 bis. J. 539
Worrall, Miss 475
Worsley, W. 173
Wouters, F. 625
Wrangell, Baron
159

Wrangham, Archd.

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Wynen, W. G. 571
Wynn, C. W. 356,
457, 458, 460,
543

Wyttenbach 61
Xavier, Prince 559
Yarnold, W. 475
Yarrell, W. 443
Yates, 577. MIS.

248. J. 572. S.
173

Yeates, W. W. 362
Yeatman, H. F. 555
Yonge 32. C. S. 461
Yorke, C. 323, 622.
Sir J. 634
York, Duke 18, 54,
58, 67, 69, 71,
100,165, 167,162,
246, 249, 263,
265,269,290,356,
358, 543
Yosy, H. 173
Young 174. Dr. 306,

622, 629,674. A.
283. G. P. M.
286. H.379. W.
378
Zellwood 246
Zucchero 335

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Page 184. M. C. remarks, "in your number for February there is an erroneous assertion respecting the affinity of Mrs. Sophia Davies (of Islington, lately deceased, at the age of 78,) to Sir William Blackstone. Sir William Blackstone had only two brothers; the eldest was the Rev. Charles Blackstone, Fellow of Winchester College. One of the oldest of his grandchildren is the present respected Head-master of Winchester school, and yet his age reckons scarcely half the number of years Mrs. S. Davies attained too.

"The second brother, Henry Blackstone, practised early in life as a physician in Reading; he was afterwards ordained, and presented by the Warden and Fellows of New College to the living of Adderbury in Oxfordshire. His grandchildren have not attained the age of 21. Sir W. Blackstone was the youngest of the three brothers, and was born after the death of his own father.

"Mrs. Sophia Davies was probably nearly related to Mr. Francis Blackstone, of Islington, whom Sir William always acknowledged as a cousin, but in what degree is not exactly known to the writer of this. Sir W. B. in conse

quence of this relationship, procured for Mr. Frank Blackstone a place in the Customs, which he enjoyed till he died, and probably his age would have now better tallied with Mrs. S. Davies, than any of Sir W. B's brothers' grandchildren."

P. 189. Mrs. Jones, whose death is recorded in this page, was Anne, the 3d dau. and coh. of Col. John Murray, M.P. for co. Monaghan, by Mary, sole dau. and heiress of Sir Alexander Cairnes, bart. and widew (not dau.) of Cadwallader, 7th (not 9th) Lord Blayney. She had three sisters: Frances Countess of Clermont; Elizabeth Lady Rossmore; and Harriet, wife of Henry Westenra, Esq. When General Cunningham was created Baron Rossmore in 1796, remainder was granted first to his nephew Henry-Alexander, Mrs. Jones's only son, and then to his other nephews WarnerWilliam and Henry Westenra, Esqs. Mr. Jones died unmarried in the first Peer's life-time, and William-Warner Westenra succeeded in 1801 to the Barony.

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