At Hammersmith, the residence of his brother, near this town, on the 9th January, deeply lamented by his relatives and friends, sincerely regretted by a numerous circle of acquaintances, JOHN IMLAH Esq., a man of unaffected manners and great singleness of heart, who to a lively imagination and versatile talent, possessed a ready store of general knowledge of works of modern literature, which rendered his society very acceptable to those whose congeniality of mind had led them to similar pursuits. Mr. Imlah was the author of a collection of lyrical poems, chiefly Scottish, of considerable merit, and several productions of a higher order not yet collated for publication. He died in Christian hope and resignation, and, we trust, in an odour of mind like that which dictated, in one of his sacred poems, the following line: -
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THE LATE JOHN IMLAH, ESQ.
John Imlah my 1st Cousin 5X removed.