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patrick, esq. of Mount Pleasant, Isle of At Linley-hall, in consequence of an Wight.

apoplectic stroke, Robert More, esq. In Southampton-row, Bloomsbury Somerset - At Bristol, aged 84, John square, aged 85, Catherine, widow of Cockburn, esq. formerly governor of Tan. Stevens Totton, esq.

tumquary, on the coast of Africa. Berks-At Binfield house, the daughter Io his Eoth year, Mr. John Grant, forof G. H. Glasse, esq.

merly a musician in Bath. Cambridgeshire-At Triplow, Charlotte, Suffolk - At Bury, the wife of Rev. Ed. daughter of the Rev. B. Berry.

ward Mills. At the Vicarage-house, Chatteris, of the Surrey - At Sennington, in his 64th croup, Felicia and Caroline Elizabeth, year, Rev. George Carter. daughters of Rev. Dr. Chatfield.

At Croydon, aged 23, Mr. W. Turner, Cheshire -- At Chester, aged 85, John veterinary student : bis death was occaDyson, esq. senior alderman.

sioned by dissecting a diseased animal at Cornwall-At Truro, aged 69, Thomas the Veterinary College. Naukivell, esq. one of the oldest burgesses, Warwickshire-At Oxhill, near Birmingand a partner in the Cornwall Bank. ham, Mary Anne, wife of Wm. Betts, esq.

Cumberland — At Douglas, Isle of Man, Westmoreland - At Kendal, aged 87, Miss Allen, daughter of the late Richard Mrs. Mary Brathwaite, a descendant of the Allen, esq. of Lezayre. She bas bequeath. celebrated botanist Dr. Lawson, ed 1001. to the poor, and the like sum to Worcestershire At Britannia-house, the Daily and Sunday-school at Douglas. Worcester, aged 77, Mrs. Bowyer.

Devonshire-At Exeter, Arthur Tuckey, At the Hyde, near Upton, aged 78, Wilesq. a magistrate for Coruwall, and alder- liam Russell, esq. of Hanley-castle, and man of Liskeard.

formerly of Worcester. At Teignmouth, George Smyth, esq. late Yorkshire of the cramp in his stomach, Recorder of Limerick city, and youngest aged 41, Rev. Thomas Pickersgill, of son of the late Baron Smyth, of the Exche. Bishopton-grove, near Ripon. Having, as

was his invariable practice, performed worDorset - At Charmouth, Dorset, Rev. ship in his family, he retired to rest, and Brian Combe.

in less than two bours afterwards he was Gloucestershire - At Cirencester, aged a corpse. 70, Robert Croome, esq.

At Colne, aged 66, Mr. John Buck, sen. At Cheltenham, aged 62, Rev. Mr. surgeon, whose life was an ornament to Elliot.

his profession, and to 'religious and civil Hunts--- At Winchester, Rev. William society. Evans, rector of Ropley, near Alresford. May 1. In Cumberland-place, Hon. John

Heris At Hitchin, Rev. J. Bailey, Douglas. The deceased was grandfather classical tutor at Wymondley academy. to the present Marquis of Abercorn, he was

Kent-At East Langdon, aged 22, Mary father to the Countess of Aberdeen, and Anne, fifth daughter of Rev. Thomas De son-in-law to the Earl of Harewood, having Lannoy, minister of that parish.

married the noble Earl's daughter, Lady Lancashire At Liverpool, aged 103, Frances Lascelles, who died last year. Mrs, Parr. She was a widow 55 years,

In Montagu street, Russell square, in and retained her faculties to the last. his 71st year, John Crawford, esq.

At Legh, Miss Countess, sister to the In Beaumont-street, Anne, wife of Rev. late Admiral Countess.

R. H. Chapman, rector of Cuxton, Kent, At Manchester, aged 105, Mr. John and curate of St. Mary.le-bone. Mair. His mental energies and bodily In Tenterden · street, Hanover-square, strength continued unimpaired till shortly suddeoly, Mr. Bollock, proprietor of the before his death.

Mona Marble works. Leicestershire - Sarah, eldest daughter Henry-Alloutt, fourth son of John Wilof Rev. Paul Belcher, rector of Heather. son, esq. of Tyndale-place, Islington. Norfolk At Moulton-hall, Mary, wife

May 2.

In South Audley.street, Joha of William Hall, esq.

Conyers, esq. of Copl-hall, Essex. Northamptonshire At Welton, in con At the Admiralty, in bis 520 year, Sir sequence of her clothes taking fire, aged 7, George Hope, K. Č. B. Rear Adm. of the Catherine Jane, only daughter of Rev. Red, Maj.-gen. of the Marines, and M.P. John Wilson, curate of that parish. for East Grinstead. Sir George's health

Notts --- At Kneesal, Rev. R. Cox, curate had long been in a declining state, and he of ihat place.

was lately superseded as one of the junior Oxon.

At Oxford, aged 90, Mary, re Lords by Adm. Cockburn.' Just before ļict of Dr. Daniel Slater, late Fellow of Alla he relinquished his seat at the Board of Şouls' College.

Admiralty, he was made Maj. general of Salop - At Shrewsbury, aged 81, Eliza. Marines. His remains were deposited in beth, last surviving sister of Rev. James Westminster abbey on the 9th instant. Atcherley, late head-master of the free Rev. Charles-Edward Finch, B.D. felgrammar school in that town.

low of Bene'r-college, Cambridge.


At Beccles, Mrs. Keddington, daughter soled them, to share the enjoyment, it is of the late Col. Wilson, of Deddington, humbly trusted, of endless and insepara. Norfolk.

ble happiness. May 3. In his 721 year, Jacob Hagen, In his 64th year, John Macpamara, of Myrtle-house, Peckham, one of the So. esq. of Langoed-castle, co. Brecon. He ciety of Friends.

was in the Commission of the Peace for Aged 46. Sarah, eldest daughter of the Middlesex, Brecooshire, and Radnorshire, late Rev. Dr. Jackson, Canon Residentiary and formerly Colonel of the Middlesex of St. Paul's.

Militia. At Bath, Alexander D'Arblay, esq. a May 4. At Mr. B. Lawley's, Berkeleygeneral in the French service, one of the square, Rev. William Corne, senior cep. Legion of Honour to Louis XVIII. &c. He sor of Christ Church, Oxford. came to this country in the early part of In Southampton - row, Edgeware - road, the French revolution, in company with jn bis 74th year, John Cox, esq. late of Talleyrand, Narbonne, Lally Tolendahl, Oxford, and for more than 30 years a and other distinguished emigrants, who, it member of that corporation. may be remembered, made Juniper-hall, At Peckham Rye, aged 53, John Maud near Leatherhead, their residence. He Wright, esq. afterwards married the authoress of those At Strand on the Green, near Kew, in well-known novels, Evelina, Cecilia, Ca his 22d year, William M‘Tavish, esq. of milla, and the Wanderer. He has left Dunardry, North Britain, eldest son of the one son, Alexander D'Arblay, esq. lately late Simon M'Tavish, esq. of Montreal, elected a fellow of Caius-college, Cam. Canada. bridge.

At Bristol, Mrs. Brown, relict of the At Lugwardine, near Hereford, Juliana, late Rev. Mr. Brown. relict of the late Rev. Jelinger Symons,

May 5.

At Brompton, aged 24, Francis of Hackney, rector of Whilburn, Dure Page Turner, esq. youngest brother of Sir ham *, and daughter of Theophilus Lane, Gregory Osborn Page Turner, bart. esq. formerly of Poston Court, Hereford At Mangham's Hill, Essex, aged 73, shire.-Upon a more liberal, benevolent, Philip Booth, esq. late of Russell-square. and kind-hearted human-being, or one At Stower Provost, co. Dorset, aged 82, more devoid of all selfish and unchristian Rev. Edward Oliver, D.D. rector of Swansfeeling, the grave perhaps never closed. comb, Kent, and formerly fellow of Sidney To this simple, but amply descriptive tri College, Cambridge. bute to the character of a friend and rela Iu her 65th year, Mrs. Gauntlett, wife tive, endeared to the writer by remem of Rev. Dr. Gauntlett, warden of New brances of affection and love-as far as College, Oxford. She was the widow of memory itself can retrace them, he feels the Rev. Edward Cranmer, rector of Quen. assured that there is not the individual don, Essex, and vicar of St. Bride's, who ever knew her, that will not bear the London. sincerest testimony. To the recollection At Hull, aged 82, Mr. Arthur Mitchell, of many by whom this obituary will be a veteran soldier in his Majesty's 391b, or read, it will doubtless recur that a popu East Middlesex regiment of foot, then lar little production of her late revered' commanded by Gen. Boyd; who was at and excellent husband's, under the title of the siege of Gibraltar during the whole “ Letters of Consolation and Advice” t was time of its blockade, viz. from June 21, written some years ago with the especial 1779, to Feb. 2, 1783, and for upwards of view of consoling the bitter and almost 14 years church clerk at that impregnable overwhelming anguish this invaluable and fortress. Being sent to England some fellow-mourning parent had sustained in time after the siege with his regiment, he the loss of an amiable and beloved daugh has been for many years upon the outter, cut off in the early bloom of more pension list of Chelsea hospital. Mr. than ordinary promise. To those realms Mitchell was a native of Scotland: he surof peaceful repose where " the weary are vived his wife, who was with him at Gibralat rest, and the wicked shall cease from tar, about two years. troubling,” so impressively delineated in May 5. Of a rapid pulmonary cou. these Letters as an anchor of the mourn. sumption, at St. John's, in Bridgnorth, ing Christian's hope, this surviving parent aged 25, Bertha, wife of Mr. James Millhas now been called, together with the man Coley, surgeon of the same place, child whose loss excited her sorrows, and and daughter of the late Rev. Edward with the husband, whose affection con Davenport, of Glazeley, in the county of

Salop, whose death is recorded in our * Of whom see Gent. Mag. for Feb. 1810. Magazine, vol. LXXXIII. p. 88. ' Three

+ See Preface to the last edition, expla- infant children, who yet know not their natory of the object of these interesting melancholy loss, and an inconsolable Letters now publishing, and which, for the husband, whose only happiness was conconvenience of the purchasers of the for- centrated in her's, are thus untimely demer editions, may shortly behad separately. prived of their best and dearest friend.


She possessed an, uniform sweetness of on the contrary, as far as her disordered temper, that continued to the last, and a respiration would permit, it was her contruly Christian piety and benevolence; stant s udy to appear happy and comwhich qualities, originating in the heart, posed, for the purpose of dispeliing the were conspicuous as well in the most tri. grief which nature would sometimes force fling as in the most serious affairs; and her husband, mother, and sister, (who were being united with a very superior under her constant attendants) unwillingly to exstanding and refined taste, produced in press. In the very pangs of death, after her mind the noblest sentiments that could her speech had left her, and she observed adorn the human frame. It would be su that those around her could no longer conperfluous, if it were possible, to detail the ceal their sorrow and distress, she, happy particular results of this happy combina and contented, endeavoured to mitigate tion of talent and virtue ; but justice to their troubles by smiling on them alterher memory, and the expectations both of nately, which she continued to do as long the rich and poor who enjoyed her society as sensation and life remained ; and, and kindness, and who will long and sin while her eyes were thus fixed on her huse cerely bewail her premature decease, bid band, she expired without a struggle. her sorrowful survivor to record, that she The wife of Thomas Le Mercier, esg, of was an affectionate and dutiful wife, a Vauxhall tender and anxious mother, an innocent

May 7.

In Crutched Friars, in his 60th and delightful companion, and a sincere year, George Eade, esq. friend. Her manners were elegant, en

May 9.

In Dover-street, Piccadilly, gaging, .and unaffected, and during the Hon. Mrs. Walpole, widow of the late extraordinary trials to which she was ex Hon. Richard Walpole, and sister of the posed, both mental and physical, she Jate Lord Huntingfield. manifested a degree of fortitude that ex May 13. At Knutsford, co. Chester, cited universal admiration. Through the Kev. G. White, late of St. Joho's College, whole of her illness, which was very severe, Oxford. and to her husband and friends most dis May 15. At Bridgnorth, advanced in tressing, she displayed unremitting pa- life, Mrs. Bangham, widow of the late Mr. tience and resignation ; and instead of Francis Bangham, of that place, hopcomplaining was thankful that Providence mercbant, after many years affiction and had not visited her with a more painful dis. confinement to her house, in consequence ease. In the delirium that prevailed at au of her incapacity to move without assist. early part of the complaint, and in the

Her loss is regretted by her affecdreams which supervened as her sufferings tionate sons. increased, it was gratifying to all those, who May 16. In Lower Grosvenor-street, were near her, to observe the purity of her in his 81st year, John Baker, esq. mind and the innocence of her ideas: no Aged 54, Mr. Benjamin King, of Long horrors or agitations were discovered; but Melford, Suffolk.


METEOROLOGICAL Table for May, 1818. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit’s Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from April 21, to May 26, 1818.

2 and 5 157 | 50 and 60 190 Males 1155


5 and 10 68 60 and 70 152

1723 Females 861

10 and 20 59 70 and 80 125 Whereof have died under 2 years old 426

20 and 30 124 80 and 90 67

30 and 40 162 90 and 100 12 Salt £1. per bushel; 4 d. per pound.

-40 and 50 181

Females - 1188 } 2263






AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending May 16.

Wheat Rye Barly| Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beaus d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

s. d. s. d. s. d.fs. d. s. d. Middlesex 88 800 0 50 1032 7 55 3 Essex

039 038 931 0 47 4 Surrey

83 600 046 035 655 01 Kent 83 600 0/42 629 (143 0 Hertford 76 052 046 631 243 6 Sussex 84 200 000 0 30 650 0 Bedford 80 152 045 9130 0151 Suffolk 85 800 0 49 5150 549 0 Huntingdon 82 700 044 2/29 250 41|Camb. 81 2.50 0144 10/28 150 7 Northamp. 80 400 048 8 26 6 53 8||Norfolk 82 640 045 11 27 4 49 8 Rutland 82 000 050 0/30 659 6 Lincoln 76 351 8 47 1 27 10154 11 Leicester 86 050 054 4131 4 64 0 York 75 1156 044 11 27 957 10 Nottingham 55 652 052 8 33 0 64 (Durham 78 500 0100 032 81000) Derby 85 600 053 3/35 078 8 Northum. 68 148 0 43 10/29 9.00.0 Stafford 91 900 056 634 470 5 Cumberl. 93 1165 457 8 34 200 0 Salop 95 455 660 537 700 0 Westmor. 98 660 064 037 3100 Hereford 88 657 654 033 962 2 Lancaster 89 3100 000 035 759 6 Worcester 92 1000 056

1 35 1055 2|Chester 84 400 000 000 000 * Warwick 86 000 0 54 631 071 8 Flint 87 1000 065 10 33 4100 0 Wilts 82 600 0 49 6/38

3 73 9 Denbigh 91

064 235 900 0 Berks 87 200 046 933 1054 9 Anglesea 80 000 060 029 600 Oxford 87 600 0 49 631 3 49 6 Carnarvon 96 800 056 1037 0100 Bucks 84 1 CO

0 39 631 053 8 Merioneth 704 600 0 73 8.37 8100 Brecon 86 0176 865 833


0 Cardigan 104 000 054 0122 0100 Montgom. 100 900 064 045 700 0 Pembroke 105 800 059 8/26 8100 Radnor 96 000 0/62 3136 100 0 Carmart. 100 000 072 0 26 0100 0

Glainorgan98 500 060 238 400 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 86 800 050 2 35 0162 4 86 0153 8153 3,32 6157 0 Somerset 97 4.00 048 8 33 4161 0

Monm. 96 300 0/60 8 38 400 () Average of Scotland, per quarter.

Devon 97 400 053 335 900 0 00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0Cornwall 93 800 054 11 31 400 0

Dorset 87 500 049 1032 1700

Hants 84 5100 044 1199 1158 4
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, May 25, 65s. to 70s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, May 16, 35s. 9d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, May 20, 50s. 31d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, May 25 : Kent Bags ..... 201. Os. to 251. Os. Sussex Pockets.........231. Os. to 241. Os. Sussex Ditto ......... 191. Os. to 221. Os. Essex Ditto..........

Os. to 251. Os. Kent Pockets .........

241. Os. to 261. 10s. Farnham Ditto..........001. Os. ta 001, Os.

St. James's, Hay 51.3s. Od. Straw 31. 2s.6d. Clover 01. Os. Od.--Whitechapel, Hajr5l. 10s. Od.
Straw 31. Clover 61. 16s. 60.-Smithfield, Hay 51. 10s. 6d. Straw 21. 135,6d. Clover 61.10s.

SMITHFIELD, May 25. To sink the Offal--per Stone of 8lbs.
.....45. 4d. to 5s. Ad. | Lamb.....

........6s. Od', to 7s. Od. Mutton

....5s. Od. to 55. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market Ma.y 25; Veal

5s. Od. to 6s. 8d. Beasts .... 2,241. (alves 220. Pork

...........5s. Od. to 6s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 14,640. Pigs 220. COALS, May 25: Newcastle 33s. Od. to 44s. 6d. Sunderland 35s. Od. to 39s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, 8kb. St. James's 4s. 54d. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 4s: 44%. SOAP, Yellow, 98s. Mottled 108s. Curd 112s.---CANDLES, 12s. 6d. per Doz, Moulds 14s.


Beef .....

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL Shares and other PROPERTY, in May 1818 (to the 25tb), at tbe Office of Mr. SCOTT, 28, New Bridge.street, London. Coventry Cana!, 9401. ex half Yearly Div. 221.–Stafford and Worcestershire, 6201. ex Half Year Div. 186.- Oxford, 6101. ex Half Yearly Div.--Monmouthshire, 130k. with 41. Half-Year's Div. - Grand Junction, 2331. 2351.-Old Union, 901.-Ellesmere, 651. - Kenvel and Avon, 231. – Thames and Medway, 291.-Croydon Railway, 181. – Surrey Iron dito, 101.-West India Dock, 2021. Div. 101. per annum.-- London Dock, 831. Div. 31.-East Country, 201.-Globe Assurance, 1301. - London ditto Ship Sbares, 221. 155. — Hope, 31. 175. - Rock, 41, 12s.-East London Water Works, 941. Div. 31. per annum. - - West Middlesex, 481. 10s. – Grand Junction Ditto, 521. - Original Gas Light, 711. - Russel Institution, 151. 15s.

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RICHARDSON, GOODILCK, and Co. Bank - Buildings, London.

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