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The new Queen was in ill health, having suffered over a dozen miscarriages and stillbirths, and being afflicted by a gout like symptoms.
Once elevated to the House of Lords, he ceased to be Bury's MP.
By 1804 he wrote that "The whole of the Angel-hill appears to have been raised and levelled by filling up the ditch near the Abbey-gate, where the ground was so low, that people ascended the houses on the opposite side, by several steps.
The ground near the gate is now much raised, it is said three feet." One of the two Bury MP's, Sir Robert Davers, bought the manor of Rushbrooke. He owned sugar plantations in Barbados, planted by the first Robert Davers from 1635 onwards.
Freezing NNE winds continued to blow through April and May.
The Reverend John Beart became pastor of the Independent Congregation in Bury St Edmunds.There had been a ditch in front of the abbey gate for drainage purposes for many years. There is evidence that the ditch was still there in 1702, and that the lower part of the Angel Hill was lower than it is now.