. 1757; d. May 16, 1798, a glee composer, who between 1781 and 1794 obtained ten prizes from the Catch Club for eight glees and two canons. He published three books of his compositions, and a fourth was issued after his death. In 1787 he published an elementary work entitled La guida alia musica vocale. He held the appointment of organist at the chapel of the Spanish Embassy, near Manchester Square, for the service of which he composed some masses and motets. He died during the performance of a concert which his friends had got up for his benefit, he having long lost the use of his limbs by sleeping in a damp bed at an inn. He was buried in Old St. Pancras Churchyard.w . H . H .