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Lately died, at Clifton Hot Wells, of a rapid decline, PHILIP MALLETT, Esq. Barris er at Law, and formerly of Trinity College, Cambridge. Mr. Mallett was respected by all who knew him, as a man of distinguished abilities and of the most upright, independent principles. He was the editor of a philoso phical work of Mr. Hobbes, just published, to which he has prefixed a very valuable life of the author, which he just lived to finish. Mr. Mallett also edited Lord Bacon's Advancement of of Learning, together with a Life of that great Man, and an Abridgment of Locke's Essay on the Human Understanding.