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382 OBITUARY.

[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-sq. 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 Huil, 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, merchaot. 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 Bornbay 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 paturalist and tourist.

Reid, esq. late of Brightlingsea Lodge, Essex. Feb. 23. At 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 manners. 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 Whitby, tagu, who died at that city in 1815. Yorkshire, esq. by Henrietta Catherine, dail. 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 advanced age, 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.
Christened.

Buried.

2 and 5 145 50 and 60 210 Males . 1198 Males 998

5 and 10 72 60 and 70 183 240

1979 Females 1 209 Females - 981

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 and 40 157 90 and 100 7 Salt 5s. per bushel; 11d. per pound.

40 and 50 203 102

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AGGREGATE AVERAGE of BRITISH CORN which governs Importation,

from the Returns ending April 13.
Wheat. Barley. Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas.

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PRICE OF HAY, AND STRAW.
St. James's, Hay 6l. 8s. Straw 21. 8s. Clover 6l. 155.—Whitechapel, Hay 51. 155.
Straw 2. 2s. Clover 6l. 155.—Smithfield, Hay 5l. 155. Straw 21. 55. Clover 71.

SMITHFIELD, April 23. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs.
Beef ...
Od. to 5s. 4d. | Lamb....

6s. Od. to 7s. 6d. 4d. to 6s.

od. Head of Cattle at Market April 23 : od. to 6s. od. Beasts

2039 Calves 134 Pork

48. od. to 58. 4d. Sheep and Lambs 15,100 Pigs 141

COAL MARKET, April 11, 31s. 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.

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( 383 ) PRICES OF SHARES, April 16, 1827, At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, 'Change Alley, Cornhill.

CANALS. Price. Div.p.ann. WATER-WORKS. Price. Div.p.ann. Asbton and Oldham 138 0 £. 6 10 East London

122 0 £. 5 0 Barnsley 285 0 13 0 Grand Junction

66 0 ) Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) | 270

3 0 12 10 Kent

28 Brecknock & Abergav. 142

9 10 Manchester & Salford 34 Coveutry 1150 0 44 & bs. South London

90 0 Cromford

3 0 18 0 West Middlesex Croydon

654 0 2 15 2 15

INSURANCES. Derby

170

8
Alliance

1 dis.
Dudley
85 0

4 p.ct. 4 5 Albion Ellesmere and Chester

554 0 2 10 100 0

3 15 Atlas Forth and Clyde

840

010 590 0

25 0 British Commercial 4 0 Glamorganshire 250 0 13 12 8d. || County Fire Grand Junction

2 10 300

0 10 & 3 bs | Eagle Grand Surrey

8$ 0 51 0 3 0 Globe

151 0 Grand Union

7 231 0

Guardian
Grand Western

184 0
8 0
Hope Life

5 0 Grantham

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190
0 9 0
Imperial Fire

92 Huddersfield

0

5 0 181 0

Ditto Life.
Kennet and Avon .

74 0
26 0
1 Norwich Union

50 0 Lancaster

110
37
1 10 Protector Fire

dis. Leeds and Liverpool

0 1 3
387{ 0 16
Provident Life

18 0

o 18 Leicester

360

17 Rock Life Leic. and North'n

2 0 864 0 4 RI. Exchange (Stock) | 246 0 Loughborough 4200 197

MINES. Mersey and Irwell

800 0

35 Monmouthshire

Anglo Mexican 198 0 10

Bolanos N.Walsham & Dilham

20 dis.

Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) Neath

330 0 15 0

British Iron Oxford 680

27 dis. 32 & 6s. | Colomh. (iss. at 5 pm) Peak Forest

15 0 116

4 0 General Regent's 35 0

14 dis.

Pasco Peruvian Rochdale

16 dis. 88 0

0

Potosi Shrewsbury

31 dis. 210 0 10

Real Del Monte Staff. and Wor.

780 0

40 0 Stourbridge

Tlalpuxahua 305 0

12 0 United Mexican Stratford-on-Avon

124 dis. 40

0 Welch Iron and Coal Stroudwater

204 dis.
450
23 0

GAS LIGHTS.
Swansea

12 10

Westminster Chartd. Severu and Wye

56 0 31 0

8 0 1 18 Thames and Medway:

Ditto, New 15 0

0 19

City Thames & Severn, Red 34 0

9 0 110

Ditto, New Ditto, Black 224 0

5 0 1 1 Trent and Mersey

Imperial 1850

64 dis. 0 75 & bs.

Phoenix . Warw. and Birming. 268 0

44 dis. 11 0 Warwick and Napton

General United 250

7. dis.

British Wilts and Berks 5 7 6

16 dis.

Bath Worc. and Birming. 46

1340

0 16
1 10
Birmingham

50 0
DOCKS.

8 0 St. Katharine's

Birmingham&Stafford 3£ dis. 4

5. dis.

pct. | Brighton London

12 dis (Stock) 834 0 10 do. Bristol West India (Stock)

1 8 199 0 10 o do. Isle of Thanet East India

8 dis. (Stock) 831 0 8 o do.

5 p.ct.

Lewes Commercial (Stock) 72 0 34 o do. | Liverpool

10 0 Bristol 2 10 Maidstone

2 10 BRIDGES.

Rateliff Southwark .

24 0

MISCELLANEOUS Do. New 78 per cent.

1 10 Australian (Agricult') Vauxhall 2010 1 0 Auction Mart

17 0 Waterloo

5 0

Annuity, British
Ann. of 8l.

10 dis.
28 0 1 4 Bank, Irish Provincial
- Apn. of 71.

44 dis. 24

4 p.ct. 0 1 1 Carnat.Stock, Ist class 85

4 0 RAILWAYS.

Lond.Com.SaleRooms

18 0

1 0 Manchester & Liverp.

Margate Pier

180

10 0

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

From April 1, 10 April 25, 1827, both inclusive.
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Old South Sea Ann. April 6, 81. April 11, 813. April 24, 82.
RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. 104, Corner of Bank-buildings, Cornhill.

J. B. NICHOLS, 25, PARLIAMENT STREET.

THE

GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.

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London Gazette

Gloucest. 2-Hants 2 Times New Times

Hereford 9-Hull 3 M. Chronicle Post

Hunts 2...I swich M. Herald--Ledger

Kent 4..Lancaster M.Adver, - Courier

Leeds 4..Leicester 2 Globe & Traveller

Lichfield.Liverpool6 Sun-Slas--Brit. Trav.

Macclesfi..Maidst. St. James's Chron.

Manchester 7 Lit. Gaz... Lit.Chron.

Newcastle on Tyne 3

Norfolk..Norwich Eog. Chronicle Commer. Chronicle

N.Wales.Northamp Packet--Even. Mail

Nottingham2..Oxf.2 Evening Chronicle

Plymouth., Pirsion 2 Mercant. Chronicle

Reading... Rochester Courier de Londres

Sailsbury..Sheffield 3 18 Weekly Papers

Shrewsbury 2 22 Sunday Papers

Sherborne...Stafford Balh 4--Berks.-Berw.

Staffordsh Potteries? Birmingham 2

Stamford2.Stockport Blackburn---Bolton

Southampton Boston--- Brighton ?

Suff..Surrey... Bristol 4-Bucks

Taunton... Tyne Bury ..-Cambrian

Wakefield .. Warwick Cambridge-Carlisle2

West Briton (Truro) Carmarth.-Chelms.2

Western (Exeter) Cheltep.2.-Chest. 2

Westmoreland ? Colchester-Cornwall

Weymouth Coventry2-Cumberl.

Whitehaven.. Winds Derby 2 ---Devon

Wolverhampton Devenport-Devizes

Worcester 2..York4 Doncaster-Dorchest.

Man 2...Jersey 3
Dorset -Durham 2
Essex.Exeter 5

Guernsey 3
MAY, 1827.

Scotland 35

Ireland 60 [PUBLISHED JUNE 1.] Original Communications. Napoleon dans l'autre Monde ................426 MINOR CORRESPONDENCE......................386 Histoire du Mariage des Prêtres en France. 427 Original Letter of Dr. Davies-Eton School 387 British Poetesses—The Tor Hill. ............429 Defence of the English Universities .........388 Soames's History of the Reformation.

.......432 Sul Minerva the Patron Goddess of Bath ...392 Cooper's Vindication.

........434 New CHURCHES.—St. John's, Lambeth. ...393 Shafton's Vagaries .....

........435 St. Luke's, Norwood....

White's Histories of Inventions, &c......... 436 Observations on Holworth Cliff, Dorset . ...395 Eldridge's Views in Wales.-Rolle's Poems 437 On Epitaphs in Churchyards

....399
The Living and the Dead.

........438 " Three Months in Ireland” reviewed.........ib. Horne on Romanism

........440 Fotheringhay Church & Castle, co. Northam.401 LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE. Crypt under St. John's Church, Clerkenwell 402 -New Publications, &c. .....................441 On the Sceattas of the Anglo-Saxons. ......403 ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCHES...... ..............447 On the Etymology of Stonehenge ...........406 Select POETRY

.........448 Custom observed on the Eve of St. Nicholas 407

Historical Chronicle. On the Cremation of Hindoo Widows. ......409 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament 450 Moderate Reform in Parliament recommended4 12 Foreign News, 454.-Domestic Occurrences..456 On the Decalogue in Churches ...............413 Promotions, &c.—Births and Marriages....460 Saxon Inscription in Leominster Church ...414 OBITUARY ; with Memoirs of the Marquis of Custom of Collecting Autographs recom- Cholmondeley; Earl of Shrewsbury; Sir mended ......

...........415 George Beaumont; Adm. Williams ; Gen. Review of Dew Publications. Johnston; Gen. Caulaincourt; M. PestaA Chronicle of London ....

..........417 lozzi ; M. Fellenberg ; Dr. Kitchiner ; Bowles on Wansdike and Avebury............419 Mr. Flaxman ; Mrs. Powlett, &c. &c. ......463 Croly on the Apocalypse ..

.420 Markets.—Bill of Mortality, 478.-Shares ..479 Horsfield's History of Lewes ....................424 Meteorological Diary.--Prices of Stocks...,480 Embellished with Views of the CHURCHES of St. John, and St. Luke, Lambeth;

And of FOTHERINGHAY CHURCH apd Castle, co. Northampton.

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By SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent.

Printed by J. B. Nichols, Cicero's HEAD, 25, Parliament Street, Westminster;

where all Letters to the Editor are requested to be sent, Post-Paid.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

A CORRESPONDENT says, “I have had M. A. observes, “ It appears that at much pleasure in examining the restored length two respectable friends of Bishop side of the Temple Church, and pronounce Heber, at Oxford, have started a design for it to be a most faithful imitation of the an- a monument to the memory of that model cient architecture. Some few members of of meekness, goodness, and piety. It is, the design have been supplied by Mr. perhaps, not very creditable to those who Smirke, but the north side still furnishes profess to have his name so highly in honour, sufficient authority for the beautiful mould- not to have come forward more generally ings which enrich the admirably proportion- and with greater enthusiasm. I trust, howed triple windows. If it were not hypercri- ever, that the design will now proceed, and sinal, I would object to the crosses on the that his venerated name will add lustre to gables as not in character with the building, the eminent memorials that adorn the Caand not lofty evough, but I will not dwell thedral of St. Paul's. It has been suggeston imperfections where there is so much to ed, that some memorial may be erected at admire. The removal of a curious and very Oxford. Venerating, as I do, that seat of ancient Chapel from the south side of the learning, no one will pretend to say that Round Church, has brought the aile of the Oxford is the place for a monument to ReNorman edifice into view, and the windows, ginald Heber. His mind, character, and disencumbered of their heavy Doric dressings, services, were the property of the Universal appear in their original simplicity; they are Church of Christ. The Church of Engnarrow and lofty, and approximate to the land may bave produced greater, but never a shape of the lancet poined windows, which more diligent, devoted, soberminded Chriswere of perivi not far subsequent to the tian. Short as was his career, it spread age of the Norman work. It may be doubted a lustre over every state in which he was whether the buttresses (I am still speaking placed; whether as student or preacher, of the Round Church) are coeval with the parish priest or prelate. I trust nothing walls ; certainly they were grotesque and un- more is required than merely to direct attensightly till the architect gave them their tion to the subject.” present form. The whole of this restora- L. observes, “ On looking into Wren's tion is in stone, and the skilful masonry of Parentalia, I find that no mention is made of the Temple Church will be admired when one of the sisters of Sir Christopher; vit. such plastered buildings as Lichfield Cathe- Anne. She was born (as appears from the dral will have lost all traces of the splendid Register of Knoyle, in the Couuty of Wilts, architecture which once adorned them." of which place her father was Rector,) in

lo reference to a passage in our Memoir the year 1634. She married Dr. Henry of Mr. Mitford (p. 368), we have been in- Brunsell (son of the Rev. Oliver Brunsell, formed that that gentleman was not only Vicar of Wroughton, co. Wilts), Prebendary Lieut.-Colonel in the South Hampshire Mi- of Ely, and Rector of Stretham in the Isle litia, but for upwards of a year Colonel of of Ely, where he was buried in 1678. She the regiment. He first joined it as Captain, died in 1667, and was buried (as I presume May 22, 1769; was appointed Lieut.-Col. from the following inscription in Le Neve) Nov. 22, 1779; and from Aug. 9, 1805, to at Stretham Church in the Isle of Ely: the date of his resignation, Oct. 15, 1806, “Anna filia ChristopheriWren, Dec. Windheld the Colonelcy. It was in the same sor et Wolverhampton, uxor Henr. Brounregiment that Gibbon was Lieut.-Colonel. sell, LL.D. et mater Hear. ChristopheriWhen Mr. Mitford first had a company, que, hic sepultor: et Annæ adhuc superthat distinguished writer was his commande stitis, exiguæ quidem molis; sed gemmarum ing officer, and it was to the Lieut.-Colonelcy instar magni pretii et virtutis, vitam egit that had been held by the Historian of aliis jucundissimam, sibi autem acerbam Rome, that the Historian of Greece suc- propter varios corporis dolores, qnos admiceeded in 1779.–Mr. Mitford first sat in rabili patientia et æquanimitate perpessa, the House of Commons as Member for animam placidissimè Deo reddidit, 27 die Newport in Cornwall. He was returned in Feb. A. D'ni 1667, æt. suæ 33." 1785 to fill the vacancy occasioned by the R. enquires where he can find the celedeath of Sir John Coghill, bart., and repre- brated hymn of St. Hilary, begizning, Lucis sented that borough till the close of the largitor splendide, as he has searched in Parliament in 1790. From 1790 to 1796 vain all books of the Latinity of the middle he was not a Member of the House.-We ages for it. feel great pleasure in adding a fact much to If the proposed Historian of Bedfordshire the credit of Mr. Mitford's memory, that a would favour us with his name and address, Bill is now passing through the House of we could, through the kindness of a veteran Commons " for substituting a building Antiquary, materially assist his views. lately built by him as the future Church of Exbury and Leap, in lieu of the present

ERRATA.-P. 92, b. 9 from bottom, for Church or Chapel.”

Threshar read Treacher; 170, a. 41, for
Leigh read Legh.

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