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Tbe Universal MAGAZINE for April, 1794.

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A DESCRIPTION of the magnificent CenotaPH, erected in West

minster Abbey, to the Memory of the Captains Lord Robert Manners, Bayne, and Blair : With a beautiful Representation of it, engraved by Tookey.

TH
HIS magnificent monument is being placed, as before observed, by

placed in the north aisle of West- the side of the earl of Chatham's mos minster Abbey, next to that which nument by the no less celebrated Ba. the King and Parliament of Great con, the connoisseur has an opportuBritain caused to be erected, as a testi- nity of comparing together fome of mony of national gratitude, to the the most capital performances of two memory of the late illustrious states- artists that have been long an orna. man and senator William Pitt, earl of ment to their country. Confidered as Chatham. The background is a no- a whole, Mr. Nollekens' monument ble pyramid of black marble veined has a grand and impressive effe&; but with white. A roftrated column of fome of the parts, it has been obwhite marble supports a figure of served, right have been better. The Fame, with the wreath of victory, in figure of Neptune, in particular, may. her right hand. Lower down, a Ge- be more classical, but is not in so dignius is holding three medallions, be- nified a style as Mr. Bacon's Thames. ing the portraits in relievo of the three The left arm and hand ate inimitably gallant officers who fell in the service executed ; but the rights especially near of their country; that of captain the shoulder, is feeble. The Bric' Bayne, at least, being a very Atriking tannia has been thought by some to likeness. Round the firft and highest be very ftiff; but the Lion is in the medallion is inscribed • Lord Robert very first style of art; and the mana Manners, aged 24;' round the second, ner in which all the figures are disa

Captain William Bayne, aged 56;' posed, does great honour to the geround the third, Captain William nius, tafte, and talents of the sculpBlair, aged 41. On the right hand of tor. this column, in the foreground, is It is remarkable, that although this the figure of Britannia, with a lion; monument was actually completed, and, on the other side, is Neptune, and erected in its present fituation, with a seahorse. On the base is the some years ago, it was not till upfollowing inscription :

ward of ten years after the glorious

naval victory it commemorates, that Captain William Bayne, Captain William Blair,

it was opened to the inspection of the Captain Lord Robert Manners,

public. . And te reason alleged for Were mortally wounded, this extraordinary delay is not less In the course of the naval Engagemepts, remarkable than the delay itself; Under the command of Admiral Sir namely, that the inscription was not

George Brydges Rodney,
On the IXth and XIIth of April 1782.

composed.

To a person fond of contemplating In Memory of their Services, The King and Parliament of Great Britain the military glory of Great Britain, Have caufed this Monument to be erected. the situation of this national monus

ment of gratitude is particularly inOn each fide of this inscription, in teresting ; it being next to that of the relievo, are naval emblems and tro- most illustrious war minister of this phies.

country, the earl of Chatham; and This monument is the production behind it are the monuments of fit of the celebrated Mr. Nollekens, and Eyre Coote and admiral Watson.

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