AND HIS TIMES. 35 persons, to every one of whom he said he in- tended to leave one thousand pounds !
- Of this list, which was in his own handwrit-
ing, he said I might make a copy to show to my
wife; but I only drew out the names of those
persons whom I knew; and as I never destroy
any paper of the least moment, I am enabled to
insert the following copy.
Mr. Carlisle. Sir William Beechey.
Lady Chambers.° Lady Beechey.
Mr. Chambers. Countess de Belmont.
Mrs. Chambers. Mr. Bone.
Miss Chambers. Mrs. Bone.
Mr. Chantrey. Joseph Bonomi.
Mr. Christie. Bonomi, Jun.
Mr. Collins. Mrs. Bonomi.
Mr. Colnaghi. Miss Bonomi.
Mr. Combe. Agnes Bonomi.
Mr. Cosway. Mr. Browne.
Mrs. Cosway. Mrs. Byrne.
Mr. Peter Coxe. Mr. Byrne.
Charles Cranmer.† Miss Byrne.
dia. Sir Robert and his lady are mentioned by Boswell, in
his Life of Doctor Johnson. Lady Chambers is the daughter
of the late Joseph Wilton, Esq. R. A.
to Angelica Kauffmann when she resided with her father in