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[April, April 12. In Charlotte-st. Fitzroy-sq. March 16. At Whitehaven, aged 98, Mrs. aged 41, John Robt. Longden, esq. Margaret Adamson. She was present at the
At Church-terrace, St. Pancras, aged 29, execution of the rebels at Carlisle in 1745. Mr. E. Jones, of Frith-st. Soho, Solicitor. Lately. In Whiterslack, aged 100, Mrs.
At Kensington Gore, aged 82, Mary, Raingill. In 1745 she lived with her father, widow of Wm. Morris, esq. of Bermondsey. Ralph Burton, at Forrest Hall, being the
April 14. Iu Jermyn-st. aged 27, Mary, about 18 years of age, and the rebels in only remaining dau. of Geo. Joad, esq. of moving southward paid them a visit, and Blackheath.
regaled themselves with what they found April 15. In Euston-pl. aged 72, Robert upon the premises. On their return after Woodifield, esq. late of Lyndhurst.
being defeated at Preston, being closely Aged 28, Mary-Anne, wife of G. J. Fa- pressed by the English tronps, on this side bian, esq. R.N.
of Forrest Hall, at the bottom of a sharp At the house of the Rev. Dr. Owen, hill, they left a baggage-cart, which fell into Highgate, Elizabeth-Sarah, wife of his se- the hands of Ralph Burton and others. la cond son, the Rev. C. G. Owen, of Power- this was found a piece of stout ticking, stock Vicarage, Dorsetshire,
spun from the finest flax; it was made into April 16. Amelia, wife of Ligonier Tho- a bed, on which Mrs. Raingill had slept mas, esq. of Mabledon-place.
ever since. April 20. In Torrington-sq. aged 24, Mr. April 11. Aged 32, Wm. Richardson Ralph-Henry Dunkin, surgeon, only son of Graham, esq. eldest son of late Jas. Graham, J. W. Dunkin, esq. late of Demerara. esq. of Richardby, near Carlisle.
April 24. Letitia, infant dau. of John DERBYSH.-Feb. 23. Mary, wife of Rich. Davison, esq. of the East India House, and Arkwright, esq. of Willersley. of Tavistock-place.
Feb. 25. In her soch year, Margaretta,
wife of Thos. Lowe, esq. of Derby. Berks.- March 1. At Reading, R. W. Feb. 27. At Risley Hall, aged 31, MaryBampfield, esq. of Bedford-street, Covent- Roberts, eld. dau. of Rev, J. Hancock Halí. garden, Surgeon, R.N.
At Derby, aged 56, Mary-Catherine, March 3. At Reading, aged 77, the relict
widow of late Thos. Cuxhead Stevens, esq. of Alex. Hume, esq. of Wimpole-street, and
of Stamford-bill, Middlesex. Clay-hill, Enfield. This lady was run over Devon.—Lately at Exeter, aged 85, by a stage coaclı, and killed on the spot. Mrs. Burrow, aunt of the late Right Hon. She was very deaf, and a Coroner's inquest Lord Gifford. declared the catastrophe to be purely acci
March 4. At Sidmouth, in her 21st dental.
year, Lady Maria Caulfield, eldest daughter March 17. At Newbury, Mr.John Barnes, of the Earl of Charlemont, and niece of the upwards of 30 years Postmaster of that town. Countess of Leitrim.
March 30. Mary, wife of Wm. Warwick, March 11, At Creedy, Frances, youngest esq. of Friar-street, Reading,
sister of Sir Humphrey Phineas Davie, bart. April 14. In the Cloisters, Windsor Castle,
of that place, aged 18, Marianne, dau. of the Rev. Rich. March 25. At Newton St. Petrock's Webh, Minor Canon of Windsor, St. Paul's, parsonage, Mrs. Foulkes of Dawlish, widow apd Westminster Abbey.
of John Davy Foulkes, esq. of E. I. C.'s Bucks.—Nov. 26. In Wimpole-st. aged service, and of Medland; and on the 29th, 85, Matthew Raper, esq. of Wendover Dean, her grandson, Henry-Fortescue, eldest son Bucks, F.R.S. anıt V.P.S.A. This gentle- of the Rev. Chas. Osmond, of Tiverton, and man succeeded the late Daniel
a scholar of Balliol College, Oxford. as Director of the Society of Antiquaries; March 31. At Stonehouse, aged 46, on relinquishing which office, he was elected Ann, wife of Capt. H. M. Ommanney, one of the Vice-Presidents of that learned R. N. body. Mr. Raper's library has been sold April 2. At Woodhayne, Hopiton, Amelia by Mr. Sotheby, March 12, and two follow
S. Petty ing days.
April 7. At Exeter, aged 62, John BrutMarch 24. At the house of Philip Box, ton, esq. an eminent solicitor. esq. in Buckingham, Leigh Smith, esq. April 10. At Sidmouth, Mrs. Hannah
CAMBRIDGESHIRE.—March 20. At Wis- Boniface, late of Kennington, Surrey, and bech, aged 77, the widow of Rev. Paul- relict of John Boniface, esq. of Climping, Elers Scott, eldest dau. of late Edin. Elsden, Sussex. esq. of Lynn.
Dorset.- Feb. 27. At her son-in-law's, Cornw.--Feb. 19. At the house of J. at Cerne-Abbas, aged 75, Mary, relict of King Lethbridge, Launceston, Wm. Baron, Walter Swayne, esq. of Bristol. of Tregear, esq.
Feb. 28. At Puncknowle Rectory, tue wife CUMBERLAND.—Feb. 6. Isabella, wife of of the Rev. George Frome. Thomas Wyberghi, esq. of Isell Hall, and
March 14. At Poole, aged 72, W. Young, Clerk of the Peace for the West Riding of esq. one of the oldest members of the corYorksbire.
379 March 30. Mrs. Banger, of Wimborne, At Bristol, in his 17th year, John, son relict of Lieut. Banger.
of the Rev. Dr. Swete. DURHAM.- Feb. 23. At Lumley Thicks, April 6. At Tetbury, Ellen, youngest aged 52, Thomas Croudace, esq. colliery dau. of John Stone, esq. agent to John George Lambton, esq. M.P. April 8. At Southsea, aged 71, Eliz. elFew men have died more sincerely regretted dest dau. of Goodson Vines, esq. of Wotand respected; his remains were interred in ton-under-Edge. the church at Chester-le-street, on the 28th, April 16. At Cheltenham, aged 40, Mary attended by the greatest number of people Isabella, wife of Thos. Christie, esq. M. D. ever known there on a similar occasion. Hants.-At Basingstoke, the widow of
March 15. At Sedgefield, advauced in J. Goodman, esq. of Barton, near Wiaage, the widow of Ralph Ord, esq. of Sands. chester,
April 4. At Wynyard Park, William At Portsmouth, Eliz. wife of Lieut. FosHawkes, esq. agent to the Marquis of Lon- ter, of the Victory, and youngest dau. of donderry, and eldest son of John Hawkes, James Kane, esq. esq. of Norton Hall, Stafford.
Feb. 14. At Southampton, Harriet, seEssex.-Aged 78, the widow of Hum- cond dau. of the late R. H. Young, esq. of phrey Repton, esq. of Hare-street.
Polamiotto. April 4. At Walthamstow, aged 78, Mrs. Feb. 15. At Southampton, aged 74, Mrs. Bignell.
E. Sotheby. GLOUCESTER.- Feb. 27. At Bristol, aged Feb. 16. At Lymington, aged 51, Mary 84, Mr. Tho. Milton, the celebrated en- Frances, widow of the late Major De la graver. His grandfather was brother to John Moussaye, and niece of Lord Harris. Milton, the author of " Paradise Lost." Feb. 16. Caroline Mary, wife of Wm.
March 3. At Ibberton, aged 103, David Geo. Jennings, esq. of Braishfield House. Plumb. In the early part of his life he was Feb. 21. At Cowes, the wife of Isham a farmer, but not being successful, he had Chapman, esq. Comptroller of the Customs. for the last forty years supported himself Feb. 22. At Romsey, the wife of Thomas as a shepherd, by tending Aocks in the Titterton, esq. R. N. neighbourhood of the Malvern-hills. About March 18. At Christchurch, in his 84th two years ago he walked to London and year, John Fidge, esq. formerly a surgeon back again. He enjoyed an uninterrupted of the Royal Navy, and afterwards in the state of good health till about three weeks Dock-yard at Portsmouth. He was cousin before his
death. He had an elder brother, to the Hon. Mr. Justice Gaselee. Alexander, who died in 1813, aged 105. March 23. At Lymington, John Vassall,
Lately, Robert Pleydell Wilton, esq. esq. town-clerk of Gloucester. He is succeeded Apr. 8. At Adbury House, aged 90, Wm. by his nephew, Henry Hooper Wilton, esq. Fellows, M. D.
March 7. Sophia, sister of the late Rev. HereroRDSHIRE. — Jan. 13. Aged 63, Dr. Estlin, of Bristol.
Mallett, wife of Rev. Jas. Colt, of LeominMarch 12. At Kingsdown, Mary, relict ster, and dau. of late James Bowman Clark, of George Gay, esq. of Bristol.
esq. of Wharton. March 13. At the Hotwells, Bristol, the Herts.-Aged 68, the wife of Colonel wife of Lieut. Gawen, R. N. widow of James Brown, of Amwell Bury, only dau. and heir
ess of Bibye Lake, esq. of that place. March 14. At Clifton, Ellen, wife of Lately. At Ware Side, aged 70, Mr. John Gilbert Royds, esq. of Clementstown, Cambridge Oakman. He (as reported), Glamorgan.
was found, when an infant, under an oak tree, March 18. At Ham Green, Bristol, the in the parish of Wood Ditton, and from wife of Rich. Bright, esq.
that circumstance received his name. Mr. March 20. Aged 50, Mrs. E. Harford, Oakmau began life without a farthing, but, relict of Edw. Lloyd Harford, esq. of Clifton. by industry and frugality, amassed a fortune
Lately, at Vine-cottage, Thornbury, aged of more than 20,0001. 82, the relict of John Bally, esq. of Ken- Kent.-March 5. At Dover, aged 65, sington-place, Brislington.
the wife of Sam. Latham, esq. At Clifton, Miss E. E. Smith Barry, dau. March 10. At Emmotts, near Sevenoaks, of J. S. Barry, esq. of Marbury-ball, Chesh. aged 77, Mary, relict of Duncan Campbell,
April 1. At Ebrington, in her 70th year, esq. of Mount Pleasant, Wilmington, and of Sarah, eldest and only surviving dau. of the Robert-st. Adelphi. late Rev. Jacob Mould, Rector.
March 24. Aged 55, Eliz. wife of Col. April 4. At Clifton, aged 24, Chas. Wm. M'Cleverty, Commandant of the Royal MaHenry, youngest son of the late Chas. Ran- rines at Woolwich. ken, esq. E. 1.C.
April 4. Aged 72, Geo. Austen, esq. of At Cheltenham, aged 40, Henry Osborne, Fairfield Cottage, St. Peter's, Thanet. esq. of the Temple, London, barrister, LANCASHIRE. - Feb. 21. At Liverpool, youngest son of the late Mr. Jeremiah Os- aged 72, Mary, relict of Sam. Marsden, esq. borne, of Bristol, solicitor.
formerly of Clapham, Surrey.
[April, March 31. At Linacre, near Liverpool, wife of J. Harding, esq. and youngest dau. of Mr. Sam. Lowe, solicitor, in his 54th year. G. Thornhill, esq. of Diddington, Hunts.
LEICESTERSHIRE.—March 25. At Melton At Castle Cary, aged 87, Anne, widow Mowbray, Edward Maior Stokes, esq. of George Beal, esq. of Shepton Mallet.
March 28. At Somerby, aged 75, the Feb. 21. At Bath, aged 54, Amelia, wife wife of Isaac Taylor, gent.
of Major Chas. Stewart, late Professor of LINCOLNSHIRE.—March 5. Sarah, wife Oriental Literature in the East India Colof the Rev. Wm. Bolland, Vicar of Swines- lege, and sister of Sir Orford Gordon, Bart. head.
of Embo, N. B. March 24. At Lincoln, aged 65, Mr. H. Feb. 25. At Bath, the relict of Alexander G. Beard, merchant, in Newland.
Cuthbert, esq. of Chandos-st. Cavendish-sq. March 25. Aged 50, Mrs. Raper, second At Crewkerne, in her 80th year, Mrs.Cox, dau. of the late Benj. Wetherall, esq. of relict of John Cox, esq. and mother of the Lincoln.
Rev. John Cox, of Stockland, Dorset. April 2. At Kermington House, near March 2. At Bath, aged 22, Emily WilBrockelsby, aged 72, Franc. Hudson, esq. helmina, eldest dau. of Major-gen. Baynes.
MIDDLESEX.-Feb. 16. At Hillingdon, - March 19. At Ilmioster, aged 76, the aged 78, Henrietta, surviving dau. of Capel widow of the late Rev. Samuel Alford, Dean Hanbury, esq. of Pontypool Park, Monm. of St. Burian, Corowall, and Vicar of Curry
March 25. At Enfield, aged 79, Sir Nat. Rivell, Somerset. Dance, Knt. formerly a Commander in the March 29. Ac Bath, in his 75th year, W. East India Company's service.
Clark, esq. many years a Deputy Lieut. and April 6. Henry Hare 'Townshend, esq. of Magistrate for the county. Downhills, and Walpole, Norfolk.
At Henford, Yeovil, Martha, wife of the April 11. At her son-iu-law's, C.F. John- Rev. Ja. Hooper, Rector of Stowell, Som. son, esq. of Henerton, near Henley, aged 70, April 5. At Bath, aged 18, Laura MaMrs. Ann Roberts.
tilda, dau. of late Philip Fred. Muntz, esq. NORFOLK.-Jan. 30. Aged 65, Ann, relict of Selly Wick, Worcestershire. of Randall Burroughes, esq. of Barfield-hall. April 8. At Bath, aged 65, Thos. Wil
NORTHUMBERLAND.—March 22. At Newcastle, William, second son of John Beck- STAFF.–March 2. At Lichfield, aged 81,
Mary, widow of the Right Rev. Spencer March 26.-At Clifford's Fort, North Madan, Bp. of Peterborough. She was the Shields, aged 97, Mr. John Sipple, who, for second dau. of the Rev. Wm. Vyse, Archd. 35 years, held the situation of master-gun- of Salop, by Catharine, dau. of the Right ner of Tynemouth Castle and Clifford's Fort. Rev. Richard Smallbroke, Bp. of Lincola; This veteran had nearly completed 72 years, and was consequently sister to the late Dr. in the service, having entered the royal ar- Wm. Vyse, Archd. of Coventry, and Rector tillery as a Matross, May 1, 1755.
of Lambeth, and to the late Gen. Vyse (of April 3. At Wallsend, aged 80, the widow whom we gave a memoir in vol. xcv. ii. 180); of Joho Buddle, esq.
and aunt to R. W. Howard Vyse, esq. the April 4. Aged 41, the wife of Nicholas late M.P. for Beverley. The deceased beBird, esq. of Dockwray-sq. North Shields. came the wife of Bp. Madan, July 15, 1796,
OXFORD.— Feb. 21. At Launton, aged 91, and they were married at Lambeth Palace, by John Ashby, esq. many years a respected the Archbp. of Canterbury, Dr. Moore. The inhabitant of Newgate-street, London. Bishop died in 1813, having had no children
March 26. At Oxford, Christian W. wife by the lady now deceased. °(See Memoirs of of Stephen Peter Rigand, esq. M. A. Rad- him in vol. Ixxxiii. pp. 509, 703.) cliffe Observer, and Professor of Astronomy SUFFOLK.—March 5. At Bury St. Edin the University, dau. of the late Mr.Jordan, mund's, aged 80, Joseph Maulkin, gent. one of Portland-place, and of Barbadoes. of the capital Burgesses. He had just reLately. Aged 50,
T. Roberts, esq. of Crab- turned from an evening party, and had seated hall, Mollington. He was originally butler himself while supper was preparing, when he to Miss Leche, of Chester, (of the ancient was seized with a fit, fell from his chair, and family of the Leches, of Carden,) who married immediately expired. He was a man highly him, and he immediately came into posses- esteemed in every station of life, and was sion of an ample fortune, which he did not Alderman of the Borough in 1795. abuse, but proved himself worthy of such an At Sheberton Hall, Harriet, wife of P. V. unexpected elevation.
Onslow, esq. April 14. Eliz. Pope, wife of the Rev. Ed. Surrey.-Feb. 16. At Richmond, aged Turner, Rector of Noke, Oxford.
76, Mrs. Rebecca Allcock. At Worton, aged 8, Frederick-William, Feb. 24. At Bedford-hill, Rosa, dau. of eldest son of Jos. Wilson, esq. High Sheriff Henry J. Rucker, esq. of Oxford.
March 17. At Fairfield Lodge, Croydon, SALOP.—March 28. Aged 70, Mrs. Evans, aged 85, Eliz. relict of Sam. Robinson, esq. of Llwynygroes, near Oswestry.
March 20. At East Moulsey Park, aged SOMERSET.-Lately. At Bath, Frances, 61, the Dowager Lady Crewe. Her maiden
381. name was Hawkios, and she was married to Port Eynon, Glamorganshire. She was the Sir Henry Harper, the seventh and late Ba- dau. of Cradock Nowell, esq. niece of Dr. ronet (who in 1808 assumed the name of Nowell, Principal of St. Mary Hall, Oxford, Crewe) June 4, 1792. She was mother to and sister of the present Admiral Nowell. Sir George the present and eighth Baronet, Lately. At Cerundell Farm, Grittleton, four other sons, and three daughters. Sir near Chippenham,
aged 46, Mr. J. Sealy, Henry died in 1819.
second son of Mr. Thos. Sealy, of Seagry. March 23. At Beddington House, aged YORKSHIRE.—Feb. 13. At Thirsk, aged 75, Mary, relict of Alex. Bridges, esq. of 89, Mrs. Ann Ainsley; and on the followEwell.
ing day, aged 81, Mrs. Eliz. Ainsley, two March 25. Aged 17, Ann, eldest dau. of maiden ladies, and sisters, who have always the Rev. P. Aubertin, of Chipstead. lived in the same house, and are buried in
April 3. At Guildford, Surrey, aged 71, one grave. They had two brothers who lived Mr. White.
with them several years, and died in a simiApril 4. At Richmond, aged 78, Elinor, lar manner. widow of Simon Kendall, Esq.
Feb. 15. At Harden Grange, Kath. MaApril 5. At Chobham, Eliz. wife of Tho. ria, wife of Walker Ferrand, esq. and only Bainbridge, esq. of Guildford-st.
child of Gen. Twiss, of Myrtle Grove; whose April 7. At East Moulsey, aged 58, W. own deach is recorded in this Magazine, p. G. Martin, esq.
364. Sussex.—March 12. At Brighton, aged Feb. 16. Aged 24, Frances, youngest dau. 13 months, Fred. son of Hon. J. Stewart. of Henry Tennant, esq. of Kirk Hammerton.
March 19. At Brighton, Marianne, wife Feb. 21. In her 41st year, Maria, wife of of Edw. Archer Wilde, esq. of College-hill. Mr. J. P. Pritchett, of York, architect.
March 25. At Petworth, Sarah, relict of March 1. At East Cottingwitb, aged 64, Wm. Johnson, esq.
Sarah, wife of Mr. W. Martin, and dau. of April 2. At Brighton, in her soth year, the late Thos. Weddall, esq. of Selby. Lætitia, wife of James Pycroft, esq. late of March 6. At Beverley, in her 70th year, Oak Hall, East Ham.
Frances widow of Tho. Grimston, esq. of April 11. At Hastings, Levison, youngest Grimston and Kilnwick, and sister of Sir son of Robert Smith, esq. of Cheam. Thomas Legard, Bart. of Ganton. She was
Warwick.—Lately. At Rugby, Louisa second dau. of Sir Digby, the fifth Bart. by Purefoy Jaques, wife of R. T. Scarborough, Jane, dau. of Geo. Cartwright, esq. of Notesq.
tinghamshire; and was married Feb. 1780. Feb. 20. At Prior's Hardwicke, aged 16, March 6. Ac Hull, aged 88, John BrecHenrietta Maria, youngest dau. of Rev. Wm. ken, esq. late of Prince Edward's Island. Corbett Wilson.
March 8. Aged nearly 104, Mr. Joshua Feb. 25. At Dunchurch, advanced in age, Whitehead, of Addlecroft, near Huddersfield. Mary, relict of Rev. Hen. Bromfield, Vicar He had never had a day's serious illness; and of Dunchurch, aud Grandborough, and Pre- retained his health and faculties till within a bendary of Lincoln. Her hand and heart were short time of his death. ever open to the calls of charity, and she was March 11. At Scarborough, aged 70, never inore bappy than when she could con- John Travis, esq. solicitor, one of the senior tribute to the happiness of others. She was members of the Corporation. In Oct. 1789, descended from the branch of the family of he was elected one of that body, and in Aug. Downing, of Gamlingay Park, in Cambridgsh. 1791, was appointed town-clerk, which situwhose estates, after many years' litigation of ation he has holden ever since, except in the the validity of Sir George Downing's will, three different years during which he served were, in 1800, appropriated to the founda- in the capacity of Magistrate. He also held tion of Downing College, Cambridge. the office of Deputy Recorder, under the
March 12. Aged 72, Wm. Russel, esq. of successive nominations of the Dukes of Beauthe firm of Tomes, Russel, & Co. bankers, fort and Rutland, Recorders. Warwick.
March 13. Aged 79, Aon, fourth dau. of WESTMORELAND.-At the Gill, in Hut- the Rev. Christ. Atkinson, formerly vicar of ton-o'-the-Hay, near Kendal, aged 100, Thorpe Arch. Jane Braithwaite.
March 14. Suddeuly, Mr. Joseph Stoney, Wilts.—March 5. At Salisbury, Miss of Huddersfield, merchant. Kerrich, dau. of the late Rev.Walter Kerrich, March 18. At Hull, aged 85, Wm. Wray, Canon Residentiary:
March 13. At Salisbury, Mrs. Robinson, At Riccall Hall, in his 720 year, Toft dau. of the late Dr. Hancock.
Richardson, esq. March 24. In his 71st year, John Hayter, March 19. At Hull, Joseph Denton, esq. esq. of Winterborn Stoke.
March 22. Suddenly, at Bradford, the Lately. Aged 52, Francis Giffard, esq. of Rev. W. Hill, Wesleyan Minister, York. Uphaven.
March 28. At Wakefield, Charles, eldest April 6. At Salisbury, aged 77, the widow son of Geo. North, esq. of the late Rev. Wm. Watkins, Rector of Lately. At Thorne, Capt. J. Maples, R.N.
[April, April 5. Aged 84, Mrs. Paul, of Seaton, IRELAND.-March 6. At the house of her relict of the late Rev. Mr. Paul, vicar of Cat- son-in-law, John Blennerhassett, esq. in wick, in Holderness.
Mount-st. Merrion-s4. Dublin, the widow of April 6. At the house of her son-in-law, Dean Gorges, sister-in-law to Lady Charlethe Rev. T. B. Clarkson, of Knottingley, ville, and aunt to the Marchioness of ThoMrs. Bedford, the widow of Henry Bedford, inond. esq. of Hull, banker.
March 19. In Leeson-st. Dublin, after a April 8. At North Cave, aged 93, Mrs. painful illness of eight years, Frances Maria, Eliz. Foster, a maiden lady, and aunt to the third daughter of Lady Cicelia and the late late Mr. Chas. Foster, of Hull, merchant. Col. Latouche, many years M.P. for the WALES.- Feb. 22. At her seat, Bodys
county Carlow, gallon, near Conway, Mrs. Frances Mostyn, April 11. At Raheen, near Clonmel, aged aunt to Sir Thos. Mostyn, of Mostyn, Bart. 79, Lady Frances, widow of Gen. Sir Wm. and to the ladies of Sir Thomas Swymmer Meadows, K.B. Champneys, Sir Edw. Price Lloyd, and Sir ABROAD.-Sept. 16, 1826. At Kaira, Robt. Williames Vaughan, Barts. She was East Indies, Lieut. Cha. Roos Babington, daughter of Sir Thos. the fourth Baronet, by 3d reg. of Bombay Native Cavalry, and Anne, eldest dau, and coh. of Sir Edw. Shir
youngest son of Thos. Babington, of Rothley, of Preston in Sussex, Bart. Her only ley Temple, Leicestershire. sister was the wife of Thos. Pennant, esq. the Jan. 25, 1827. In Jamaica, aged 49, Geo. celebrated naturalist and tourist.
Reid, esq. late of Brightlingsea Lodge, Essex. Feb. 23. Af Kinnerton Lodge, Flintshire, Feb. 2. At Naples, in her 21st year, Mrs. Richards, sister of the late Lord Chief Lady Emily Montagu, youngest dau. of the Baron.
Duke of Manchester, a lady of great March 26. At Tenby, aged 66, Henrietta, accomplishments and amiable maoners. Her wife of Sir W. Strickland, Bart. of Boyn- remains were interred at Genoa, by the side ton, Yorkshire, dau. and coh. of the late of those of her eldest sister, Lady Jane MonNath. Cholmley, of Howsham and Whithy, tagu, who died at that city in 1815. Yorkshire, esq. by Henrietta Catherine, daii. Feb. 21. At Rome, Miss de Montmoof Stephen Croft, of Stillington, esq. tency, only dau. of Col. de Moutmorency,
SCOTLAND.-Feb. 14. At East Anstruther, H, P. Royal York Hussars. Fifeshire, at a very
Mrs. Eliz. Feb, 24. At Rome, Col. Thos. Dalton, Chalmers, mother of the Rev. Dr. Chalmers. of Parrocks, Kent.
BILL OF MORTALITY, from March 28, to April 24, 1927.
2 and 5 145 50 and 60 210 Males . 1198
5 and 10 72 60 and 70 183 2407
1979 Females - 1209 Females981
10 and 20 59 70 and 80 159 Whereof have died under two years old 576
20 and 30 141 80 and 90 66
30 aud 40 157 90 and 100 7 Salt 5s. per bushel; 14d. per pound.
40 and 50 203 102
AGGREGATE AVERAGE of BRITISH CORN which governs Importation,
from the Returns ending April 13. Wheat. Barley Oats. Rye.
PRICE OF HAY, AND STRAW. St. James's, Hay 6l. 85. Straw 21. 8s. Clover 6l. 15s.—Whitechapel, Hay 5l. 155. Straw 2. 2s. Clover 61. 155.-Smithfield, Hay 51. 155. Straw 21. 5s.
Clover 71. SMITHFIELD, April 23. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef ..... Od. to 5s. 4d. | Lamb.......
6s. od. to 7s, 6d. 4s. 4d. to 6s. od. Head of Cattle at Market April 23 : 58. od. to 6s. od. Beasts
2039 Calves 134 Pork
4s. Od. to 5s. 4d. Sheep aud Lambs 15,100 Pigs 141
COAL MARKET, April 11, 315. 3d. to 395. Od. TALLOW, per Cwt. Town Tallow 46s. Od. Yellow Russia 40s. Od. SOAP, Yellow 76s. Mottled 84s. Od. Curd 85s.- CANDLES, 9s. per Doz. Moulds 10s. 6d.