Mr. Gray was supposed to have died worth £10,000. He left £1000 to Miss Antrobus and her sister Cummins. A Play of three acts, plain prose. — Discretionary power, to Mason, with Brown, to publish an Elegy written at Stoke Pogeis, where he is buried with his father and mother. — The Long Story published, because it contained the only drawing he ever made of Stoke House. It was written, in one morning, at Strawberry Hill. — Bannerman wrote of his death to Walpole before it happened. — Gray was very satirical in early life, which went off. — He has large notes on Linnaeus and Goedart. He had large architectural collections of Founders and Builders from Books; and notes from actual survey. — He lay a week, much afflicted with obstructions. Glyn says, he had no pain. — Brown shocked at his convulsions; but his face after death returned, though not sufficient to take a cast. — Bostock, of Christ's, his "eleve," attended his funeral.