"...AgnesStrickland, who died on Wednesday morning at her residence near Southwold, Suffolk. She was the third daughter of Mr. Thomas Strickland, of Roydon Hall, in that county, and was born early ... , of St. Mary's, Donnybrook-all in the arch-diocese of Dublin. It maybe remembered that close upon the disestablishment, the Bishop of the united diocesefc rf^ilmore, Elphin, and Ardagh died whereupon ... the late RigpMeA^r. Leslie was elected and consecrated. He also died, affcfrfrifclclJtog the see for* the space of a few months only. Strange to aayrbifl successor, the Right Rev. Dr. Carson, has also died ... , of Manchester, both of whom have now passed away. The late Rev. Daniel Foley was one of the very few Irish clergymen who originally belonged..."
"...Rev, George Murray, Lord Bishop of Rochester. Miss AgnesStrickland.-The death is announced of Miss AgnesStrickland, which took place at her residence, Reydon Hall, near Southwold, Suffolk, on July 8 ... in the Produce Market have been more active than during last week. There was a three days' tea sale, at which most packages went Obituary Notices. Lady Sinclair.-The death is announced of Charlotte Anne, wife ... the death of Lady Sarah Murray, widow of the late Right Rev George Lord Bishop of Rochester, which took place on July 11 after a short illness. The lamented and venerable lady was the youngest daughter ... her father's death..."
AgnesStrickland, the historical authoreea, died yesterday, aged sixty-eight.
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