Lord Bishop of WATERFORD | A lady formed by Divine providence | For the Residence of all Christian Virtue | And every amiable Quality | To her Superior Understanding | Improved by a generous Education and much R[?]dling | Were joined a benevolent & Obliging Disposition | And an affable and courteous Deportment | Which with a peculiar livelinefs of Spirit & wit | Rendered her Conversation Entertaining & instructive | And qualified her to Sustain the Different Station of Life | to which She appeared, with high Reputation. | She abounded with the Truest signs of a most affectionate | Tenderness towards her Husband and Children; | Of Kindness to her Relations; of Charity to the poor | And faithfulness to her Friends. | In Return for these Excellencies, | She was loved and esteemed by all that Knew her | Particularly by her Royal Mistress the Princess of | ORANGE & her Friend the Countess of CHESTERFIELD. | Her last Sicknefs, | Which was long and Severe, | She bore with all patience and Fortitude, | Which Reason and religion could give, | And continued intent on her Devotions | Till with her last Breath, on the 30th day of June 1752 | She recommended her Soul into the hands of her Almighty Creator and | most mercifull Redeemer, | To her memory, which will ever be honoured by & dear to him, | This Monument was erected by her most affectionate Husband.