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At Welwyn, Mrs. Fothergill, of Whit- May 10. At Ipswich, aged 57, Mr. well, Herts.

Christopher Choat. May 6. At Hastings, after an illness At New Shoreham, Sussex, Hannah, wi. of many years, William Pizzey, esq. dow of the late Edward Harlston, esq. of

At Bath, the widow of Philip Allen, esq. Leicester-square. of Bath Hampton, Somerseishire.

Rebecca Lydia, wife of Mr. T. Allan, At Blackbeath, Miss Standart, of Guild. of Brixton. ford-street.

At Cambridge Heath, in his 64th year, The wife of Mr. Anthony Todd Thom- Mr.John Thomas, of Wood-street, Cheapson, surgeon, of Sloane-street,

side, furrier. May 7. In Sherrard-street, Golden- May 11. In Albany-road, Camberwell, square, in his 88th year, Leopoldo John aged 35, the wife of Mr. Samuel Grafftey. 'Thomas de Michell, esq.

At Barnstaple, aged 36, Juliana, daughIn bis 28th year, Rob. Pennell Davies, ter of John Roberts, esq. of that town, eldest son of Robert Davies, esq. of Soutlı- and wife of J, Chanter, esq. of Plymouth. wark.

In South-street, King's-road, in her 69th May 7. At his house on the East side year, Mrs. Rose. of Bethual Green, in his 71st

year, Thos.

May 12.

At Felsted, at the advanced Saunders, esq. He was formerly in the age of 101, Mrs. Mary Sewell, retaining service of the Hon. East India Company, her faculties to the last. in their civil and military departments

In White Lion-street, Pentonville, aged at home, during a space of more than 30 32, Jos. Nicholls, esq. Lieutenant of the years, from which he had retired on a Royal Denbigh Militia. peosion but a very few years since: he At the Parsonage, Fittleworth, near was a man of many estimable qualities, Petworth, Sussex, aged 69, the Rev. Thos. of urbanity of manners, hospitality to Hudson, M. A. of St. Johu's College, Cam. friends, affection and generosity to rela- bridge, formerly Vicar of Brighton, Chaptives, and undeviating rectitude of con- lain to bis Royal Highness the Prince duct, are to be esteemed and cherished Regent, and a Prebendary of Chichester among mankind. His example will be Cathedral; but latterly for many years remembered by those who knew and loved Vicar of Fittleworth, in the same diocese. him; his charities will be gratefully re- May 13. Ju Berkeley.street, Lambeth, collected by those to whom his purse was aged 49, Mr. John Green. scarcely ever closed ;--and his name will At Peckham, aged 18, Joseph, second long be revered by his more intimate as. son of Mr. Joseph Williainson, of Bosociates and his family, amongst whom, tolph-lane. as he lived beloved, so he has died, as all The wife of P. C. Custance, esq. of should wish to die, sincerely lamented. Clapham-rise. His remains were attended by several of May 14. lo her 14th year, Caroline his relatives, accompanied by some gen. Prances, daughter of John Smee, esq. of tlemen of the Company, and other friends, Knightsbridge. to Chelsfield in Kent, the burial-place of At Warwick, sincerely regretted by his his ancestors.

family aud friends, in his 68th year, John At Lewes, the widow of Henry Shelley, Bubun Smyth, esq. 29 years Treasurer for esq. and mother of the late H. Shelley, the county of Warwick. esq. formerly M. P. for that borough. Much regretted, after only 12 hours'

May 8. At Esher, the wife of Capt. illaess, Anne, wife of Benjamin Sharpe, Hughes, R. N.

esq. banker, Fleet-street, leaving an af. At Bushey, Herts, Elizabeth, wife of ficted husband and four young children Mr. W. Adcock, of Prince's-street, Ca. to lament their great and sudden loss. vendish-square.

At Usher's Island, Dublin, John Doyle, The wife of Anth. Hart, esq. of Lincoln's esą. Member of the Royal College of Inn, and of Montagu.street, Russell-sq. Surgcony.

In Great James-street, Bedford-row, the May 15. In Devonshire.place, in his widow of John Williams, esq. formerly of 730 year, J. Tunno, esq. Sion Gardens, Aldermanbury.

At Tavuton, in the county of Somerset, Al Great Marlow, Bucks, aged 30, Jo. in the 22d year of his age, after a long seph Hales, esq. senior Captain in the and painful illness, borne with exemplary West Kent Militia.

patience and resignation, Thomas James At Brighton, Lieut. John Caldwell, R.X. Savage, son of Mr. James Savage, of the

The wife of the Rev. George Turner, Library and Reading Room in that town. Vicar of Spilsbury, Oxfordshire.

He was a young man of promising abiliAt Mansfield, aged 91, Catherine, sis. ties, and of the most amiable disposition, ter to the lale Rev. Dr. Storer, of Gran. and his conduct in life was such as protban.

cured him the esteem of all who knew May 9. In bis 28th year, Rowland, hiin. He was born at Howilen, co. York, only son of Mr. Brasbridge, of Fleet-street. at which place, and at Skipwith, near that

city, a junior branch of the ancient fa- May 19. At Wisbeach, after a short mily of Savage, of Rock Savage in the illness, James Johnson, gent. county of Chester, has been seluled for At Leyton, the wife of James Minchin, the last one hundred and twenty years. esq. Barrister-at-Law, of Great Coram. His mother, who died in 1806, was Diana, street, Russell-square. eldest daughter of Mr. Thomas Swainston, Al Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, George of Hatfield, near Doncasier.

Cartwright, esq. He was born at MaroAt Salisbury, aged 77, the Rev. Henry ham, Nottinghamshire, in 1739. At the Rigby.

age of fourteen he was appointed a Cadet May 16. Of apoplexy, aged 23, the in the Cadet Company at Woolwich, and wife of Mr. I. Phillips, of Fenchurch-st. the following year embarked for the East

Mr. Willam Miller, formerly a distin. Indies, whence he returned in 1757 as guished performer at the Summer Thea- ensign in the 39th regt. Being promoted tres, under the name of Miller the Scaman. to a lieu'enantcy, he attended the Mar.

In Upper Rupert-street, Sobo, aged 65, quis of Granby to Germany as aid-deHugh Davies, esq.

camp. Through the interest of his patron May 17. At his father-in-law's, Thos. he afterwards obtained a company in the Miller, esq. Agent Victualler, Plymouth, 37th regt. of foot, which he joined at MiCapt. George Jackson, R.N. late of East norca, but was obliged by ill health to reLeo, Cornwall.

turn to England. He afterwards went fire At Hackney, aged 19, Sarah, fourth voyages to the coast of Labrador.--He daughter of Mr. Brownlow, of Fleet-street, was the author of “A Journal of Trans

At Blackheath, aged 73, Vincent Lich- actions and Events during a residence of field, esq. late of his Majesty's Privy pearly sixteen years on the Coast of LaCouncil Office, Wbitehall,

brador," 1793, 3 vols. 4to. In Oxford-street, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. May 20. Aged 27, Martha, the wife John Wild, Veterinary Surgeon.

of Mr. David Price, surgeon, of Upper May 18. In his 34th year, Mr. Richard East Smithfield. John Derrett, of the Angel lun, Islington. At Spilsbury, Oxfordshire, C. Hampton

At his sister's house, in Grosvenor- Weller, esq. Newgate street. square, William Champion, esq.

May 22. lo Capworth-street, - Leyton, At Dorking, Surrey, Mary, wise of Wm. in her 741h year, Mrs. Hibbert, sen. Ansell, esq.

Aged 74, Mr. Joseph Hanks, of TottenAt Whitehall, in her 32d year, Martha, ham. wife of Frederick Whalley, esq.

In Wandsworth-road, Mr. S. Rashfield. At Bath, the sister of the date Charles May 24. Frederick Nicholson, esq. of James, esq. of Upper Wimpole.street, and Old Jamaica Wharf, Upper Ground-stretl, New Inn.

and Barnet, Hertfordshire. At Ridgway, Devooshire, George Sol- In Bentinck-street, Kender Mason. esq. tau, esq. of Plymouth.

of Beel House, Bucks.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for May, 1819. By W. Cary, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Tbermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from April 27, to May 25, 1819.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 114 | 50 and 60 118 Males 831 Males 629

5 and 10 5160 and 70 106 1 605

1282 Females 774 5 Females 653

10 and 20 48 70 and 80 89 Whereof have died under 2 years old 315

20 and 50 105 80 and 90 58

30 and 40 130 | 90 and 100 9 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4 d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending May 15.
INLAND COUNTIES,

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly, Oats Beavs

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans d. s. d. s. d.

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d. s. d. Middlesex 73 1100 041 033 0 49 11 | Essex

67 9,48 041 429 4150 9 Surrey 65 8/40 042 8/29 047 01 Kent 71 300 0 42 532 449 4 Hertford 67 0162 038 8 29 251 9||Sussex 69 300 0141 330 6 46 0 Bedford 67 1000 038 430 652 8|Suffolk 69 600 0 39 4 26 344 3 Huntingdon 63 400 037 827

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0 Cambridge64 700 038 924 11 45 4 Northampt. 67 7100 041 1027 756 0 Norfolk 69 041 037 529 4 43 5 Rutland 66 0.00 0.50 0 30 000 0 Lincoln 68 5 50 240 221 11 47 IT Leicester 75 150 049 231 365 61 York 72 457 1041 2 24 353 8 Nottingham 73 6 45 10 40 031 654 10 Durham 73 500 042 028 800 0 Derby 75 4.00 047 333 855 8|Northum. 66 845 839 826 500 0 Stafford 78 200 051 11 30 763 1||Cumberl, 77 857 745 728 300 0 Salop

5/55 6/49 11 37 200 0 Westmor, 80 1064 060 029 600 0 Hereford 70 5/54 4 41 11 36 965 5 Lancaster 71 032 026 225 834 6 Worcester 72 200 047 938 865 2|Chester 73 1000 000 026 400 0 Warwick 72 600 046 335 065 Flint 70 500 049 831 800 0 Wilts

64 100 036 032 4161 2 Denbigh 75 900 054 827 10000 Berks

70 300 0 41 134 952 7|Anglesea 00 0.00 0.43 0117 600 0 Oxford 72 400 040 631 6 48 6 Carnarvon 80 900 049 230 000 0

67 1100 0 46 031 8/52 3 Merioneth 81 2 54 0156 532 000 0 Brecon 78 11 00 052 827 400 o Cardigan 83 000 051 419 8000 Montgomery 81 700 050 138 1100 0 Pembroke 83 800 047 1100 000 0 Radoor 75 760 0 46 1032 000 0 Carmarth. 79 200 050 817 300 0

Glamorgan 79 4.00 053 427 000 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 72 000 050 233 962 0 72 8750 6144 712952535 Somerset 70 000 0142 2/29 10 56 0

Monm. 76 100 051 232 000 0
Average of Scotland, per quarter, Devon 70 700 038 4/95 300 0
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Dorset 69 10'00 0 36 428

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Hants 69 500 0.44 832 054 0
PRICE OP FLOUR, per Sack, May 25, 50s. to 55s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, May 15, 33s. 10d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, May 19, 38s. 10d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, May 25. Kent Bags.............. 51. Os. to 61. 12s. Sussex Pockets 61.

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51. Os. to 6!. Os. Essex Dito .... 61. Os. to 71. Os. Kent Pockets 61. 4s. to 71. 1 Us. Farnham Ditto....... 81.

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AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, May 25 : St. James's, Hay 51. 10s. Od. Straw 21. 178. 9d. Clover 01. Os. --.

--Whitechapel, Hay 61.Os. Straw 21. 16s. Clover 77.0s.-Smithfield, Hay 61.78 6d. Straw“). 16s. Od, Clover 71.55.0d. SMITHFIELD, May 24. To siuk the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. ..55. Od. lo 6s. Od. Lamb.......

...6s. Bd. to 7s. 8d. .........5s. Od. to 6s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market May 24: .........5s. 4d. to 7s. Od Beasts

1,822 Calves 221). .......55. 64. to 6s. 4d. Sheep and Lambs 14,000 Pigs 200. COALS, May 24: Newcastle 32s. Od. to 40s. Od. Sunderland 32s. 6d. 10 35s. 9d. 3 TALLOW, per Stone, 816. St. James's 45. 01. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 3s. 103-1

. SOAP, Yellow 90s. Muitled 102s. Curd 1065.-CANDLES, 135. 61. per Duz. Mvuld, 135, 6d.

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THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL Suares and other PROPERTY, in May 1819 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge street, London. Coventry Canal, 10801. Div. 441. per annum. — Oxford, 6401. Div. 321. per annun. Warwick and Napton, 2171. ex Half-year's Div. 61. – Grand Junction, 2481. — Monmouthshire, 1491. 195. with 51. Half-year's Div. -Ellesmere, 687. — Dudley, 591. – Brecon and Abergavenny, 451. - Worcester and Birmingham, 281. — Kennet Aron, 221. 105. Huddersfield, 131.— Wilts and Berks, 131. – Gloucester and Berke ley, 481. – West ludia Dock, 1821. Div. 101. per Cent. - London Dock, 761. 106. Div. 31. per Cept.-Globe Assurance, 1951. 61. per Cent. - Imperial, 861. — Albino, 451. — County, 201. premium, ex Div. 51. per Cent. — Eagle, ol. 5s. — Hope, 91. 185.

- Original Gas Light, 681, ex Div. 21. Half-year. - London Institution, 461, 4s. Grand Juoction Water Works. 441. – West Middlesex Ditto, 421.

EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN MAY, 1819.
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Cumb.2-Doncast. General EVENING

Derb. -Dorchest. Times-M. Advert.

Durham - Essex N. Times--B. Press

Exeter 2, Glouc.? P.Ledger & Oracle

Halifax Hants 2 M.Post-M.Herald

Hereford, Hull 3 Morning Chronic.

Huntingd.-Kent 4 St. James's Chron.

Ipswich 1, Lancas. Sun-Even. Mail

Leice3.2--Leeds 2 Courier-Star

Lichfield, Liver.6 Globe-Traveller

Macclesf.Courier. Statesman

Maidsı.-- Manch.9 Packet-Lond.Chr.

Newc.3.--Notts. Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton Eng. Chron.--Ing.

Norfolk, Norwich Cour.d'Angleterre

N.Wales, Oxford 2 Cour. de Londres

Portsea-Pottery 11 Weekly Papers

Preston-Plym. 2 17 Sunday Papers

Reading -Salisb. Hue & Cry Police

Salop-Sheffield2 Lit. Adv.-Lit.Gaz.

Sherborne, Sussex Bath 3 Bristol 5

Shrewsbury Berwick-Boston

Staff.-Stamf. 2 Birmin, 3, Blackb.

Taunton—'Tyne Brighton--Bury

Wakefi.-Warw. Camb.2-Chath.

1819. Wolverh. Worc. 2 Carli.2--Chester 2

York3,IREI.AND37 Chelms. Cambria, CONTAINING

SCOTLAND 24. Cornw.-Covent. 2

Jersey 2. Guern. 2 Miscellaneous Correspondence.

heview of pew Publications. MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.—Questions, &c. 498 Propaganda.-Hints on the Poor Rates...557 Account of Society for enlarging Churches 499 Hans Egede's Description of Greenland...559 Sale of Il Decameron Boccaccio, Valdarfer 501 Provincials, 540.-Hunt's Tasso ...... .541 Edition of Hudibras.-Collegiate Schools 503 Hist, of Little Lucy.-Henry's Chemistry.542 Remarks on the Juice of the Date Tree...504 Proceedings in Parga,543.- Lower Canada 544 Account of Netherbury Church, Dorset...505 South America, 544.-Thorpe on Slavery.546 COMPENDIUM OF COUNTY Hist. Cumb....ib. Rogers' Days of Harold, 546.- Poems....547 Remarks on the Sigos of lons - The Globe 508 Humane Society.- Letter to Lord Erskine548 Description of Chankbury Hill, Sussex....510 Ring's Poems, 550.-National Debt.......551 Visit to Corscomb, seat of late Mr. Hollis 512 Mageudie, on Gout, 551.-On Reforniers.552 Curious Coin of an Archbishop of Cambray513 Cash Paym. 553. -Popery & Protestantism 554 Account of Arundel Castle, in Norfolk ......ib. LITERATURĖ, ANTIQUITIES, Arts,&c.555-560 On the Canon 'of the New Testament ......514 Select Poetry....

..561 Translation of a Hymn of Synesius...517,561

Distorical Chronicle. Statement respecting a Case of real Distress ib. Proceedings in present Session of Parliamt 564 On Pronunciation of the Latin Language 519 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 569 Chronological View of French Sculpture..520 Intelligence from various parts of the KingKnevett Family, 522.-On Waste Lands..523 dom, 572.- London and its Vicinity......575 Gwyon's Memoirs, and Maid of Aghavore . 524 Promotions, &c.—Births and Marriages.. 577 Tatler.-Britton's Beauties of Wiltshire...525 OBITUARY, with Memoirs of J. Bindley, Antient and Modern Writers compared ...526 esq. ; R. Hon. W. Dundas ; Duke of Remarks on the Pyramid of Cephrenes....529 Buccleugh ; Earl of Stamford ; W. Col.

Plan for enlarging the Bills of Mortality..532 lins, esq. ; Rev. P. L. Story, &C.........579 Parallel Passages in two Modern l'oets....536 Meteorological Diary 590; Bill of Mortality 591 Observations on Changes of the Weather.....ib. Prices of the Markets,591.-The Stocks, &c.592 With a Perspective View of NETHERBURY Church, Dorsetshire; and a View

and Plan of ARUNDBL CASTLB, Mileham, Norfolk,

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