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OBITUARY. Lander, a burgess of that town, and for many LEICESTER.-Jan. 4. At the Rectory, years harbour-master.

Bottesford, in her 77th year, Roosilia, Essex.- Dec. 29. At Thremhall Priory, widow of Adm. Evelyn Sutton, of Screveton Hallingbury, aged 87, the baroness de Fel. Hall, Notts, and mother of the late Sir litzsch.

Chas. Sutton, K.C. B. Jen. 19. At Ilford, in his 74th year, MIDDLESEX - Jan. 5. Lætitia Maria, John Thompson, esq.

wife of David Davies, esq. of Hampton. At Great Baddow, Lieut. Charles Urqu Jan. 9. At Hampton Court Palace, Mrs. hart, 87th Fusileers, third son of late Wala Barbara Wright. ter Urquhart, esq.

Jan. 10. Aged 21, Maria Theresa, seGLOUCESTER.-Jan. 1. At Bristol, aged cond surviving dau. nf F. P. Trapaud, esq. 70, Edw, Chinn, esq. late of the Moat of Potter's Bar, Middlesex. in Newent, and the representative of a very J an. 17. At Twickenham, Anne, wife of Ancient family at that place. He married Francis Lind, esq. Mary, dau. of the late Herford Jones, esq. Jan. 21. In her 64th year, Dorothy, of the Whittern, co. Hereford, and aunt of wife of Ant. Browne, esq. of Willesden, the present Sir Harford Brydges (formerly Middlesex. Jones), of Brultibrook, co. Radnor, Bart. NORFOLK.-Jan. 5. In Great Yarmouth, By this marriage Mr. Chinn had one dau. aged 68, the relict of Thos. Penrice, esq. who died in his lifetime unmarried.

° Jan. 6. At Bedingham, aged 78, R. Jan. 5. At Frenchay, in his 69th year, Stone, Esq. Wm. Fossett, esq, of Leintwardine, Here Jan. 7. In his 62d year, Rob. Deeker, fordshire.

esq. of Little Walsingham, solicitor. , At Clifton, Fred. youngest son of Joseph NORTHAMPTO SHIRE.—At Peterborough, Blissett, esq. of Letion, Herefordshire. aged 100, Mr. Ralph Wilson.

Jan. 8. At Clifton, aged 86, Mary, re Jan. 10. Aged 14, Henry, youngest son liet of Rev. Thomas Leir, rector of Ditcheat of Rev. T. P. Williamson, of Guisborough. and Charlton-Musgrave, Somersetsbire. NORTHUMBERLAND. At Reach, Dear New

Jar. 13. Mary-Margaret, wife of John castle, aged 105, Mrs. Wilkins. Haythorne, esq. of Hill-house, Mangots Oxon. Dec. 16. Aged 25, Rob. Chamfield, and second dan, and co-heiress of Edw. pion Streatfield, esq. of St. John's-college. Curtis, esq. of Mardyke-house, Clifton. Jan. 1. Aged 36, John Blackall, esq.

Jan. 14. At Clifton-wood-house, the of Hazeley-court. wife of Lieut.-Col. Brereton, Inspectiog SALOP.-Jan. 3. At Stockton, aged 24, Field Officer of the Bristol District.

Emily Maria, second dau. of the late Col. Jan. 17. At York-place, Clifton, aged Symes, of Bally Arthur, Wicklow, and wife 82, Geo. Merrick, esq. many years clerk of of George Prescott, esq. eldest son of Sir tbe Arraigns in Bristol.

Geo. Prescott, of Theobald's-park, Bart. Jan. 19. At Cheltenham, in her 80ch She was married July 10, 1827. rear, Mrs. Jane Constance Salwey, of the SUFFOLK.—Jan. 16. At Bungay, at an Haye Park, co. Hereford, dau. of the late advanced age, Mary, relict of the Rev, Rev. T. Salwey, LL.D. Rector of Richard's Thos. Paddon, late Rector of All Saints, Castle, Salop.

St. Nicholas, Suffolk, and of Bradfield, Hasts.- Dec. 25. Jane, wife of Major Norfolk. Andrews, of Houghton, near Stockbridge. SOMERSETSHIRE.-Jan. 6. At Morden,

Jan. 1. At Southampton, aged 69, North Curry, aged 67, J. H. Scott, Esq. Francis Willock, esq.

Having lived a very retired and economical Jan 7. At Ryde, Isle of Wight, aged life, he has left freehold and personal pro35, Capt. Wm. Perry.

perty to the amount of 200,0001., which deJan. 12. Aged 30, Geo. Thompson, esq. volves on his sister, Mrs. Sarah Gould, and of Sutton, near Alresford.

Mr. John Gould. Jan. 13. At Woodlands, aged 57, Wm. SURREY,- Jan. 12. At Surbiton, Sarah, Rodgerson, esq. of Spalding, Lincoloshire, wife of Mr. Ald. Garratt, after her confineand late attorney at Boston.

ment of a still-born child. Jan 18. Ai Christchurch, in his 19th Jan. 13. At Waddon, aged 69, Edw. fear, Henry, third son of Daniel Alexander, Fawkes, Esq. late of Great Cumberland-st. esq. of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.

SUFFOLK. --At Mellis, Capt. Wm. Bul. Kent --Jan. 12. At Greenwich, aged lock. He received many honourable wounds 86, Mr. George Riley, formerly of York, while under the command of Lord Cornwalfor many years a bookseller, and nearly the lis, in various engagements against Tippoo oldest proprietor of a newspaper in the Saib; and on his return to England, was kiogdom.

engaged by the late Duke of NorthumberJan. 13. At Woolwich, aged three years, land as confidential domestic in his private John W. C, Paterson, youngest son of affairs. Lient.-Col. Paterson, R. A.

Sussex.-Jan. 7. At Brighton, James Jan. 20. In Hawley-square, Margate, Winter, Esq. of Lincoln's-inn-fields. Susaopah, wife of Joseph Tayler, esq. Jan. 11. At Brighton, aged 84, Anna

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[Jan. Diana, widow of Major-Gen. Thos. Cox, of Harriet, wife of Capt. T.C. Fenton, late of Henrietta-st. Cavendish-sq.

the Scotch Greys, Wilts.At Wilton, deeply regretted, At Killyroyd, near Swansea, aged 101, Mr. R. P. Whitmarsh, surgeon, and one of Cath. Rees. the Coroners of the county.

Scotland.-Lately. At Holbeck, near Jan. 18. At Crudwell, Eliz. wife of the Leith, aged 106, Betty Jackson. Rev. James Wiggett, rector of that place. Jan. 17. At Stranraer, aged 78, the

WORCESTER.-Jan. 9. At Bromsgrove, relict of John Kerr, Esq. and mother of Niaged 18, Wm. Briggs, eldest son of the ven Kerr, Esq. merchant, of New Broad-st. Rev. John Venour, Rector of Bourton upon ABROAD.-At Versailles, Anne, widow of Dunsmoor.

Major Norton, 60th reg. YORKSHIRE.—Dec. 18. Aged 56, Wm. On board the Beagle surveying vessel, in Whitaker Tyas, Esq.of Bolton upon Dearne, the Straits of Magellan, Lieut. Robt. Horatio surviving his mother only three weeks and Schole, R.N. two days.

At Paris, M. Mazue, Inspector-general Lately. At Neasham, near Darlington, of the University, and author of « L'Hisaged 87, Wm. Hobson.

toire de la Revolution (de 1688) d’AngleJan. 7. At Thirsk, aged 85, Matthew terre." Butterwick, Esq. for many years Register of At Vienna, Gen. Mack, who, since his surthe North Riding.

render of Ulm to Napoleon Buonaparte, has Jan. 9. Aged 35, Mr. Chas. Knowl- lived in the greatest privacy on å pension ton Dawson, of Kighley, spirit merchant, from the Emperor of Austria. son of Mr. Robert Dawson of Mill Hill, At Toulouse, aged 21, the Hon. Edw. and grandson of the Rev. Chas. Knowltou, Stourton, 2d son of Lord S. M.A. late Rector of Kighley, and also of At Paris, aged 75, Thomas Thompson, Mr. Thos. Dawson late of Troutbeck-park, esq. banker, of Hull, for some years M.P. for Westmoreland.

Midhurst. Jan. 18. Aged 75, Wm. Mitchell, Esq. Of the malignant fever, Lieut.-Col. Payne, of Booth-Town.

commanding the Royal Artillery at Gibraltar. Wales.-Dec. 18. Aged 84, Mary-Ben Dec. 14. At Le Coin, Jersey, Samuel, nett, relict of Rev. John Jones, Vicar of third son of T. Fox, esq. late of Lewisham. Llansanfraid, Montgomeryshire, and of Dec. 16. At Lausanne, aged 83, MariaKnockin, Salop.

Eliza, widow of Thos. Rundell, esq. of Bath, At Pwlmeyrie-lodge, near Chepstow, and only child of Abel-Johnstone Ketelby,

esq. of Ludlow.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from Dec. 24, 1828, to Jan. 20, 1829.
Christened.

Buried.

2 and 5 107 | 50 and 60 113 Males - 823 Weco Males - 642 ore er 5 and 10 48 60 and 70 117 Females - 730 000 Females - 606)

10 and 20 37 | 70 and 80 103 Whereof have died under two years old 882 20 and 30 98 80 and 90 88

30 and 40 95 90 and 1001 Salt 5s. per bushel; 14d. per pound.

40 and 50 108 | 108

Between

CORN EXCHANGE, Jan. 23.
Wheat. Barley. | Oats. Rye. Beans. | Peas.

s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

72 0 40 0 30 0 36 0 | 40 0 | 44 0
In the price of HOPS there has been but little variation since our last quotation.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Jan. 23.
Smithfield, Hay 31. 10s. to 41. Os. Straw 11. 8s. to 11. 16s. Clover 41. 10s. to 51. Os.
St. James's, Hay 31. 10s. to 41. 45. Straw il. 12s. to 1l. 16s. Clover 31, 55. to 5l. Os.
Whitechapel, Hay 21. 5s. to 41. 45. Straw il. 10s. to 1l. 165. Clover 31. Os, to 51, 5s.

SMITHFIELD, Jan. 23. To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef ..................... 35. 6d. to 4s. 8d. Lamb....................... Os. Od. to Os. Od. Mutton ................. 48. od. to 5s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market Dec. 23 : Veal ..................... 38. 8d. to 58. 8d. Beasts ............ 283 Calves 123 Pork...................... 45. od. to 6s. od. Sheep ......... 2,670 Pigs 90

COAL MARKET, Jan. 22, 328. 6d. to 483. Od.

TALLOW, per cwt.—Town Tallow, 455. Yellow Russia, 425. 6d. SOAP,Yellow, 76s. Mottled, 82s. Curd, 865,-CANDLES,7s.per doz. Moulds, 8s.6d.

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( 95 ) PRICES OF SHARES, January 26, 1949, At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, 'Change Alley, Corphill

CANALS. Price. Div.p.ann. W RAILWAYS. | Price. Div.p.aren. Ashton and Oldham • 135 0£. 4 0 Forest of Dean .. - £ 2 12 Barnsley . . . . | 330 0 12 0 Manchester & Liverp. £45 pm. Birmingh.(1-8th sh.) | 295 0 12 10 Stockton &Darlington | 170° 0 Brecknock & Abergav. 110 016 0 WATER-WORKS. Chelmer & Blackwater 102 0 5 0 East London ... 1170 5 0 Coventry . . . . 1080 0

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44 & bs. Grand Junction . . Cromford ... . 400 01 180 Kept . . . . .

814 Croydon . . . .

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Manchester & Salford 36 0 Derby ... .

170 0 6 0 South London . . 89 0 Dudley ..., 59 30 West Middlesex .. 67 0 Ellesmere and Chester 110

3 15 INSURANCES. Forth and Clyde .. 6100 25 0

Alliance ..

4 p.ct. Glamorganshire .. 250 0 13 12 8d. Atlas . . . . .

0 10 Grand Junction . 295 O 13 0 British Commercial .

5 p.ct Grand Surrey . .

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2 10 County Fire ..

2 10 Grand Union .. 25 0

Eagle · · · ·

05 Grand Western ..

Globe . . . .

1513 7 0 Grantham . .

Guardian .. 23 Huddersfield ... 17 0

Hope Life ...

06 Keanet and Avou . 271

Imperial Fire . 105 0 5 5 Lancaster . . .

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o 08 Leeds and Liverpool . 460 0 18 0 Protector Fire ..

3 014 Leicester . . . .

17 0 Provident Life Leic. and North'n 88 0 4 0 Rock Life..

03 Loughborough . . 3700 0 192 0 RI. Exchange (Stock) 0 8 p.ct. Mersey and Irwell . 800 o 35 0

MINES. Monmouthshire..

235

0 12 0 Anglo Mexican .. 80 dis. N.Walsham & Dilham 35 0 0 10 Bolanos .. . . 75 pm. Neath . . . . .

20 0

Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) 39 pm
Oxford . . . . . 700 0 32 & bs. British Iron . . 394 dis.
Peak Forest . .. 102 0 4 0 Colomb. (iss. at 5 pm)
Regeot's ...

General . . . . 7 pm.
Rochdale

1090 4 0 Real Del Monte Severn and Wye.. 26 0 1 6 Tlalpuxahua ... Shrewsbury . . . 270 0

United Mexican .. Staff. and Wor... 810 0

Welch Iron and Coal Stourbridge . . 235 0 19 0

GAS LIGHTS. Stratford-on-Avon .

1 10

Westminster Chartd. 500 8 0 Stroudwater . . . 500 0

Ditto, New . . .

4 pm.] 0 12 Swansea . . . . 270 0

City . . . . .

185 01 10 0 Thames and Medway. 4 01

Ditto, New .. Thaines & Severn, Red 33 0

Imperial . .

15 dis. Ditto, Blank ... 11 Phoenix . . .

par 6 p.ct. Trent & Mersey (4 sh.)

British .. .

15 dis. Ware, and Birming. 255 12 0

Bath .... 19 0 0 16 Warwick and Napton

205 0 11 5

Birmingham . Wilts and Berks . .

Birmingham&Stafford

2 0 Worc, and Birming. 62 0 2 0 Brighton . .. 12 dis. DOCKS.

Bristol . . . . . 275 74 p.ct. St. Katharine's .. 88 01

Isle of Thanet. .

5 p.ct. London (Stock) | 86 0 410 pct. Lewes,..

18 0

4 p.ct. West India Stock) | 200 ( 10 o do. Liverpool ... 292 0 8 0 East India (Stock)

Maidstone . .

9 10 Commercial (Stock)

Ratcliff . . .

4 p.ct. Bristol . . . . . 97 0 5 3 2 do.

Rochdale ... :

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Sheffield . . . .

1 19 6 Hammersmith . . 0 1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark . ... 3 0 1 - Australian (Agricult') 7 pm. Do. New 74 per cent. ol 1 10 Auction Mart ... Vauxhall . . . 22 01 10 Annuity, British . . 20 0 8 p.ct. Waterloo .... 3 0 - Bank, Irish Provincial 34 dis. - Ann. of 81. .. 244 i 2 o Carnat.Stock, 1st class

934 - Aon, of 71. .. 211 To 19 3 | Ditto, 2d class .. 845

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

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South Sea Stock, Jan. 22, 964.-Jan. 24, 96.
Old South Sea Annuities, Dec. 31, 864.-Jan. 13, 87.
J. J. ARNULL, Stuck Broker, Bank-buildings, Cornhill,

late RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. J, B. NICHOLS AND SON, 25, PARLIAMENT-STREET.

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Laadon Gazette

Heref. Herts. Hulls rimes --M. Journal

Hunts 2..Jpswich Y. Ciuronicle-Post

Kent 4.. Lancaster M. Herald -Ledger

Lecds 3.. Leicester 3 V. Adver.-Courier

Lichfield.Liverpo 18 Globe-Standard

Macclesfi...Maidst : Sur-Star-Brit. Trav.

Manchester 6 SL Jasee's Chron.

Newcastle on Tyne : Literary Gazette

Norfolk Norwich Weekiy Review

N.Wales. Northanip Commer. Chronicle

Nottingham4..Oxf2 Packet-Evea. Mail

Plymouth 2.Prestou? Evening Chronicle

Reading... Rochdale Courier de Londres

Rochester..Salisbury 3 Weekly Papers

Sheffield4..Shrewsb. 20 Sanday Papers

Sberborne...StatFord Batht-Berzs.-Berv.

Staffordsh Polteries: Birmingham ?

Stamford2 Stockport Blackburn-Bolton2

Southampton.Suffuk Bescon-Brighton ?

Surrey ....Sussex Bradfd-Bridgwater

Taunton...lyne Rrusto! Backs

Wakefield.. Warw.. Bury -Cambrian

West Briton (Truro) Cassbridge-Carlisle

Westerp (Exeler) Carmarth-Chelmsf.

Westmoreland 2 Chelten..-Chest. ?

Weymouth Colchester-Corowall

Windsor Cortatry3 Cumberl.

Wolverhampton Derby -Devon

Worcester 2..York4 Devonport -Devizes

Man 3...Jersey 3 Decaster-Dorchest.

Guernsey 3
Dorset -Durham !

Scotland 36
Essex Eseter 6
FEBRUARY, 1829.

Irelaud 58 | Gloucest... Hao 2

[PUBLISHED MARCH 2, 1829.] Original Communications.

· Review of New Publications. MINOR CORRESPONDENCE, ......................98 | Wood's Letters of an Architect. Letter of the Right Hon. Geo. Grenville. .. 99. Bowles's Hermes Britannicus . Advice of James I. to the Papists ............100 The Foreign Review, No. V.. On the locrease of Crime....................... Lawson's Life of Abp. Laud Clergy man and Civil Magistrate incompatible 102 Alletz sur la Souffrance Morale.......... ...151 Warner on Evangelical Preaching ............,103 Jones's Tragedy of the Stepmother. .........152 Vindication of Review in Gentleman's Mag.104 Hook's Advice to Roman Catholics .........154 Wolvesley Palace, Winchester, described... 105 | Miscellaneous Reviews............................ib. Derrick's Memoirs of the Royal Navy ......106 FINE ARTS.-British Institution .............155 Correspondency in various Languages. ...... 108 Pinney's Gallery.-- Pictures sold at Brussels 156 Recollections of the late Rev. T. Leman ...109 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.-New Publications. 158 Real Character of Buonaparte ................211 | ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCHES..................... 160 Expences of Religious Missions.... ...........112 SELECT POETRY ........... .............162 Speculations on Literary Pleasures-Locke 113

Historical Chronicle. lorprovements in Beverley Minster .......... 12C Proceedings in present Session of Parliament 163 Painting on Glass of Earl Leofric and Countess Foreign News, 168.-Domestic Occurrences 169

Godiva at Coventry, ........................ 120 Promotions, &c. 171.- Births and Marriages 172 Corruptions of the English Language. ...... 121 OBITUARY ; with Memoirs of Lady WilHiats relative to Junius......................... 123 loughby ; Sir Gilbert East; Sir H. V. DaOn the family of Hastings .................. 124 rell; Capt. Sir Wm. Hoste ; Sir J. A.

Cooper, Barts.; J.C. Curwen, Esq. M.P.; Bp. Hard and Dr. Parr ..........................ib. Geo. Sir B. Spencer; Gen. Dowdeswell : Sawdy Bean.-Isliogton Churches ...........127 Adm. Swiney; Capt. G, Digby, R.N.; J. Winchester Cathedral.-Waynflete's Monum'128 Frewen Turner; Ms. Johnstone ; Sir E. Meanuit of George Pearson, M.D. F.R.Ş... 129 Stracey, Bt. &c. &c. ........................173 Memoir of Mr. Thomas Bewick..... .........132 Markets.—Bill of Mortality, 190.-Shares 191 Dr. Lipscombe's Hisor of Buckinghamshire 136 Meteorological Diary:—Prices of Stucks...192

Embellished with a View of WolvesLEY PALACE, Winchester ;

And Portrait of George PEARSON, M.D. F.R.S.

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