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satis faction was in $ h £ justice of his prot ^ edUig , and his enjoyment in the sudeess rf his labour * . Mr . Rennie vms alsorhlgh ^ ly pfaisetfarlhy fkf tlte cheerfulness With vvhteft he forwarded the vievirt of those who made useful diticovttfkft Of iiAptoMe *
meats in fca&chinefy or itaplfcritehts * Be gavfe to invTetitor ^ all til e benefits of hife experience , removed difficulties Which had not occurred te tfreii- author , or suggested alterations Which adapted the tovteftifcrns to their use - No jealousy nor getf-UiteTtfst ever prevented the exercise of this free
and unbounded communication . The tore of science was superior in his iiiind to all mercenary feeling . Mr . Hennie married earlv in life Miss Mackintosh , whom he had the misfortune to lose some years ago , but who left
him an interesting and accomplished family . The remains of this ingenious individual wtsr £ deposited in St . Paul ' s Cathedral , hi the presence of a great urtmbtT of distinguished &nd scientific persons who attended the ftuieofal as & testimony of respect .
Ofoiiuarjr ^ Jfo / ito fritters , Esf ^ Mite Wi&d $ y ^ i > r * / %% . 691
Oct . 4 , at Brighton , John Walters , Esq . of Fenchurck Buildings , London , architect and engineer , after 12 months of suffering . He has left behind him
several monuments of his ingenuity ; the Auction Mart , the Gothk Chapel on the London ^ Hospital estate , and the Parish Church of St . Paul , Sfradwell , which is neat and chaste , and of which the steeple is peculiarly beautiful .
— 7 , at Stoke Newington , much respected by a large circle of acquaintance , Mrs . Kinder .
— 26 , at Plprnotttti i ELiZAfeftTfj * second daughter at the Rev . Israel , Worsley . To sudh as knew her , it Wduld be useless to add more , since her eulogy lives in the memory of affection . To sfccft as knew her not it Wefe equally vain to say how loved and lamented she died . ¦ it i ^^^^^ i ~'
On the 27 th tilt ., at his howsfc ifi St Oiletfs , N&rwich , EdWARb Rloflr , E ^ q . j M . D . —a long life of cixeirMoh ^ which « ad Scarcely been c * heqiietf £ d either by
disease or accideirt , ttas ciosfed by aft kidisposition of eight days , during Which the publfc feeling was ntofct ^ infttlly excited ^ a the utmost smttiety houfly betrayed about every change of ^ yniJrtii KiS thftt J ^ cted the c 6 htitttlflti ) iee of so 'distinguished tod valuable a ttian - H « i wfts id ^ e 74 th year of M& ^ ge , attd sirtce 17 ^ 2 n . Bjvertt his in titn * Noi ^^ ich , film in
lenrhm £ , and aft ^ ward fi iri ] yfke % tea % , t ife prm \* C < teio& . He wa » born ut 4 tmbefct , in L £ nea&tifce > bn the 27 th of lyeeetntoety 1747 , His father W * m MhM $ ti& * y ¥ &f an mdunt family i& ij ^ ttcHsh'i ^ agg niat ^ rhil iiephew of Mr . Joh tt Hi 6 ^
whoett > life v ^ ft ^ pubM ^ hai bt Mt » H . T \>« 1 min , Jttdg ^ in tbe Migsis 4 ppi Tvtiit&ty * Hid iiKTth ^ r U-Afi Sa rah , tte Ottly daughter of tfe ^ k * arn € d J ^ hn Tayfer ^ -D . ' D . / O ? Norwich . He wa » fertuiKite in beiftg " placed early tinder tM tfaro i > f Di-: Pri ^ stley , from whose example he dm irfcd that love of phik > s ^ phi € al fe ^^ r ^ k ^ which formed one of thg leadlim chara ^ t ^ ristk ^ At
Of hife j } Q \ ve ^ f « l illitid . the age 14 ^ he cfefifje to No 3 fwMi > the r ^ side ^^ » f Mr , K&hUfd Taylor , his maiernftl nii ^ k ? ^ and w&s af ^ fe iitic ^ d to Miv Jthtvfd M ^ - * tiaeau , an eminent surgetHi ki that ctfy . At the expiration of hi ^ term of iiuk > ft - tum ^ hef completed i ^ London the ^ u ^ tOin&ry COUFsg of a Medical edu ^ ati ^ fl ^ and ret ^ i ^ aed to Norwich t © escercl ^ his
pfolfe # gi 0 fi . Mt , ftigby was gifted by nature ttitfc d fitie persott , a » d an amenity of d ^ osieion and mdtitier ^ ^ which aiding h& acute ifl * tellect , « nWfeatied assiduity ^ ai }^ ext ^ ifive knoxTledi ^ e and . skili , saofi lifted hi « i into the first i * ank of practice ; and wMld
hie setvi ^ es Were sought by the opule&S and twiddle orders of society , hi * ktedness of heftn ^ and hie earnest desire of assisting his felldw ^ creattiFefc arid £ fo * rooting hid own acqair ^ BDents ^ led him into the hovels of the p 6 ot 9 Wh ^ nsoetGr he was solicited . It Was in his n&tuie to
bring his Whole ttilnd iato action ttpwi all occasions ; and tkos , while he risited in his profesaitrttal capacity , his c ^ ee t * - * fairies ^ hi » ^ ower ^ f coiiverBatiori , « lnd his Tirii ^ fsal defend of imparting it& knowledge he po ^ e ^ sed , rendered hitti
ad delightful a ^ a companion a » i ^ f ^^ m ed for his skill . Aittotigst the prK >^ M wm almost A « oJlen their benefaewt te > ffi £ \ t phy « i <* iftii . Thtife expeti&nee curly rti ^ uixid a judgment not tes& ^ tvotig by rta t tu ^ thtttt couvyrsanC with the tfc ^ ry End itt th <* literature # f hfe art .
The featne bei ^ evdlettt spo ^ ticitis , and the same ardoi ^ in his pttrsttit ^ led hi « i to turn a portion of Bis iit&te leisure towards piililical economy > mad he studied deeply rtnd Aaetlti ^ ly tfe ^ i tit ^ i ^ t . A ^ tid the maria ££ rtiem of ihe pdor . IH 1786 , h 0 ferofe ^ fi ^ tii his ntif ! U * mtl 6
engage « F 0 flt ^ , * n 4 ^ felted Vrft ^ c ^ a part of Italy fcn& StfftESrfomi , in c ^ tApatty with the R ^ t , Gfefti'gfe Gftdo ^ d Morgan , nephew 4 f th « ctfcftnttfel Dv . Price , ftttd another frieiKl . Iff fcapfifen 6 d that tk 6 f reaeh ^ ll Pb&i j t ^ i A € tW € edCplo ^ IOtt ^ f the R ^ vokUl ^ , H « WA ^ & *( &ttt& ifi m »
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), Nov. 2, 1821, page 691, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2506/page/59/