walk leading from High Street to All Saints' Church. The church itself is a low-built but handsome Gothic edifice, standing on the slope of a hill and having one portion of the churchyard on a lower and another on a higher level than that of the sacred edifice. Close by the church wall is a tomb surmounted by a classical urn, and the inscription on two sides reads as follows :—
The Mortal Remains of ELIZA,
THE BELOVED WIFE OF
Lieut. Beazeley, R.N. are buried here.
Departed this Life 30TH Oct., a.d. 1823.
Aged 24 Years.
their infant daughter
Followed Her Mother Novr. 4TH, a.d. 1823.
Aged 16 days.
Led by the Truth which Swedenborg has taught, She gave her heart, her mind, her every thought To Jesus Christ, as God ; and none besides, If Whose Bright Form the Trinity resides, Th' Eternal Father in the Son proclaimed Whose Holy Influence is the Spirit nam'd, To This Great Saviour God her homage rose, Her life He bless'd, and in this world of woes, He led her gently from His Throne on high, Through Love to serve Him, and in Peace to die,