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TUARY. pursuance of the charter of Bury, had at Aug. 31. In hér 85th year, Martha, relict tended divide service on the day of his de- of Rubert Haucock, of Brislington and Worcease, bad holden a court for the election cester, dau. of late Rev. Robert Wilmut, of of an Alderman for the year ensuing, and Tewkesbury, had dined with the body corporate ; but did Lately. At the Blanquetts, near Worces. not appear perfectly at ease; and, having ter, aged 48, Thomas Best, esq. the antagoretired at teo o'clock, expired in about an nist with Lord Camelford in the duel behind hour and a half.

Holland House, March 7, 1804, which Sept. 1. At Melton, Mary-Anne, only proved fatal to his Lordship. Lord Cameldau. of Lieut.-Col. White, late of the East ford, it was stated in a pamphlet published Suffolk militia.

in his defence, was principally urged to the Sept. 3. At Southwold, the infant dau. of meeting by “ an idea that his antagonist was Sir George Crewe, Bart. of Calke Abbey, the best shot in England.” A coroner's Derbyshire.

jury returned a verdict of “ wilful murder Sept. 13. At Bury, aged 93, Susanna, against a person or persons unknown.” The widow of Ashley Palmer, esq. and sister to same year had not elapsed when, on ChristSir Thomas Gery Cullum, Bart She was mas day, Best married Lady Emily Stratford, the eldest dau. of Sir John the fifth bart. by daughter of the late and niece to the present bis second wife Susanna, dau. and coheiress Earl of Aldborough. She afterwards eloped of Sir Thomas Gery, Master in Chançery. from bim, when in the King's Bench, She was married to Mr. Palmer in 1975, with a Mr. Henry, to whom she was subseand left his widow in 1792.

quently united. Mr. Best, whose fortune Sept. 14. At Ipswich, aged 78, Mr. Thos. consisted chiefly of West India property, Wilson, one of the free burgesses, a steady when very young became deeply involved, and coosistent supporter of the independent and was for some time an inhabitant of the interest of that borough, and a truly honest King's Bench rules. He has left a son who man.

is a Captain in the army. SURREY - July 1. At Walton, aged 67, Sept. 17. At Blockley, aged 40, Charlotte highly respected, Brown Young, esq. of Wat- eldest daughter of late Rev. Elisha Smith. ling-street, son of the late Lake Young, esq. YORKSHIRE.- Aug. 20. At Bridliogton and elder brother to the late Rev. Robert Quay, aged 19, Eliz. fifth dau, of late Rev. Young, LL.D. rector of Braybrooke in Nor. Isaac Tyson, Vicar of Adlingfleet, and grandthamptonshire, who died in last October. daughter of late John Milnes, esq. of Flock(See our last volume, part ii. p. 389.) ton-hall, near Wakefield.

Aug. 22. At Horsham, Elizabeth, wife Aug. 28. Mr. Jaines Dunwell, of Brekenof John Scott, esq. of Parliament-street. foot, near Harrowgate. The deceased, though

Aug. 27. At Banstead Park, aged 57, only 24 years of age, weighed upwards of 40 Heo. Leigh Spencer, esq. late of ith Royal stone, and was supposed to be the fattest Fusileers.

inan of his age in England. Sepl. 3. Aged 76, Alex. Urquhart, esq. Lately. At Stockton, aged 61, Wm. Metof Long Ditton.

calfe, esq. formerly of Maltby, in Cleveland. Sept. 4. At Pengewood-cottage, Nor- At Bolton, aged 34, Mr. Chas. Hamilton, wood, aged 22, Sarah, wife of Alfred Bow the celebrated Irish giant. He was the yer Clayton, esq. architect.

tallest man in the kiugdom, being without Sept. 19. W. Tarper, esq. of Woodcot shoes seven feet six inches high. Mr. H.

was a native of the County of Downe, and Sussex.-Aug. 16. At Brighton, aged has only travelled a short time. 67, Wm. Parkyns, esq. formerly of Reading. Sept. 16. At Hull, aged 72, John Alder

Aug. 24. At Eastbourne, aged 47, John son, esq. M.D., Senior Physician to the Ge. Ayton, esq. of Russell-place, Fitzroy-square. neral Infirmary at that town, whose extensive

'Warwick.-Sept. 8. At Rugby, Abrah. experience and acknowledged abilities had Caldecott, esq.

long placed him at the head of the profesSept. 16. At Longbridge-house, Eliza sion in that part of the country. For a pebeth, relict of Osborne Staudert, esq. riod of above 40 years, there is scarcely a

Wilts.-July 25. At Langley Burrell, public lastitution of Hull which has not exEliz, wife of Rev. Robert Ashe, the Rector. perienced the benefit of his intelligent and

Aug 20. Aged 82, W. Clare, esg. of De active exertions; and among the last public vizes, who, previously to the election of Mr. acts of bis life, was that of laying the founAdye, served the office of Coroner nearly dation stone of the Mechanics' Institute, of half a century.

which, as well as of the Hull Philosophical WORCESTERSHIRE.- Aug.... At Evesham, Society, &c. he was a warm and active patron. in his soch year, W. Bunaker, esq. senior Wales.-Aug. 26. At Bathatera Park, member of the Corporation, and for upwards Rathin, aged 43, Sarah, wife of Thomas of twenty years Coroner for the borough. Downward, esq. Francis Walker, esq. of Staunton.

Sept. 1. At Orielton, Charlotte, lady of Aug. 21. At Pleremore, Wm. Trafford, Sir John Owen, Bart. M.P. and Lord Lieuesq, second son of late John Trafford, esq. tenant of the county of Pembroke. She of Trafford Park, near Manchester.

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OBITUARY.- Bill of Mortality.--Markets. [Sept. was the daughter of a clergyman named large fortune by his profession, and was rePhillipps, and has left a son, and four daugh- markable for his charity, having been knuwa ters, the eldest of whom was married in to bestow 20,000 fr. in a single gift. 1819 to John Méares, esq. of Eastington. At Caen, aged upwards of 70, of apoplexy,

Scotland.- Aug. 12. At Peebles, aged M. Havin, a member of the National Con36, John Wm. Macleod, esq. of Lincoln's vention at the Revolution. He was banished Inn, Barrister-at-Law, second son of the after the Hundred Days, but was subselate Alex. Hume, esq. of Harris, Inverness. quently authorized to return to France. shire.

Aged 68, General Count de Sapipaud, Ireland.—At Agodoe, aged 118, Cathe- who figured in the war of La Vendee during rine Keen. She retained her faculties to the Revolution. the last. Her principal diet was oatmeal. At Paris, M. Rousseau, Counsellor of

Aged 84, James Dawson, esq. of York Hill the Court of Cassation. Lodge, Assistant Barrister of co. Armagh. At Jesspore, E. I. aged 20, Robert Grote,

July 27. At his residence Moggalbane, E. I. C.'s civil service, son of Geo. Grote, aged 84, Dr. James O'Shaughnessy, Ca- esq. of Badgmore, Oxfordshire. tholic Bishop of Killaloe.

At Trincomalec, Capt. H. Jones, R. Art. · ABROAD.- Feb. 12. At Nagpore, Tindall youngest son of the late Rev. H. Jones, Thornton, M.D. son of John Thoroton, esq. Vicar of Shorn, Kent. of Kensington.

At Boulone, Antonetta, wife of Joha July 16. Ac Salt River, Jamaica, Lieut. Ellis, esq. and dau. of Sir Peter Parker, Bart. Henry Ansell, R.N. of Tottenham.

Admiral of the Fleet. July 26. In Trinidad, Richard Allport, Aged 78, Eliz, wife of Ashton, esq. esq. of Bristol, merchant.

of St. Servan, department of Ille et Vilaire, Aug. 19. At Celiguy, Geneva, aged 53, France. Henry Edmund Allen, esq. of Bathampton. Sept. 1. Drowned from the upsetting of

Aug. 22. At Bordeaux, David Gray, esq. a boat, in the Lake of Geneva, aged 18,

Lately. At Paris, aged 71, François Ni- Chas. Galignani, younger brother of Messrs. codami, professor of the pianoforte at the A. and W. Galiguani, English publisliers, Conservatoire de Musique. He acquired a Paris.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from Aug. 26, to Sept. 25, 1329.
Christened.

Buried.

2 and 5 222 | 50 and 60 149 Males - 1050 213

| Males - 929 ar 5 and 10 81 | 60 and 70 126

2*1806 Females - 1060 Females - 877)

10 and 20 591 70 and 80 104 Whereof have died under two years old

20 and 30 109 ( 80 and 30 47

30 aud 40 157 90 and 100 8 Salt 5s. per bushel; 14d. per pound.

40 and 50 145 |

Between

CORN EXCHANGE, Sept. 21.
Wheat. | Barley. | Oats. Rye. | Beans. Peas.
s. d s . d. s. d. S. d. 1 s. d.

s. d.
74 0 40 0 | 200 | 34 0 | 400 40 0

PRICE OF HOPS, Sept. 21. Kent Bags............... 51. 12s. to 61. 155. | Farnham (seconds) ...... 81. 85. to 91. 8s. Sussex Ditto........... 51. 55. to 6l. 6s. Kent Pockets ..... ...... 61. 14s. to ii. 165. Essex.................... 51. 10s. to 61. 10s. | Sussex..................... 6!, 10s. to 71. 55. Farnham (fine). ...... 91. 9s. to 101.10s. | Essex ................... 61. 12s. to 7i. 78.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Sept. 21. Smithfield, Hav 41. Os. to 41. 55. Straw 21. 55. to 21, 14s. Clover 4!. 10s. to 51. Os. St. James's, Hay 31. 155. to 41. 10s. Straw 21. 6s. to 21. 10s. Clover 31. 10s. 51. 55. Whitechapel, Hay 31. 10s. to 41. 10s. Straw il. 185. to 21. 45. Clover 51. to 51. 15s.

SMITHFIELD, Sept. 21. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef ..................... 35. 6d. to 4s. Od. | Lamb...................... 48. od. to 4s. 8d. Mutton ................ 4. Od. to 45. 40. Head of Cattle at Market . Sept. 21 : Veal ...................... 45. Od. to 45. 8d. Beasts ............ 3,371 Calves 189 Pork..................... 4s. 4d. to 5s. 2d. Sheep and Lambs 24,420 Pigs 200

COAL MARKET, Sept. 21, 263. 9d. to 33s. 9d. TALLOW, per cwl.—Town Tallow, 42s. Od. Yellow Russia, 40s. 6d. SOAP.-Yellow, 74s. Mottled, 80s. Curd, 845.—CANDLES, 7s. per doz. Moulds, 9s. 64

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[ 287 PRICES OF SHARES, September 21, 1829, At the Ofice of WOLFE, Brothers, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, 'Change Alley, Cornhill.

CANALS. Price. Div.p.ann. RAILWAYS. | Price. Div. p.an. Ashby-de-la-Zouch. 85 0£. 4 0 Forest of Dean . . .£ 45 0 2 10 Ashton and Oldham · | 130 0 4 0 Manchester & Liverp. | 37 pm. Barnsley . . . .

313 0

14 0

Stockton &Darlington 170 0 Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) 305 0 12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckoock & Abergav. 110 0 60 East London . . . 113 0 5 0 Chelmer & Blackwater 102 0 5 o Grand Junction .. 510 2 10 Coventry . . . . 1080 0 44 & bs.

Kent . . . . . 32 Cromlord . . . . 420 0 18 0 Manchester & Salford 351 Croydon . . . . 20

South London . . 83 0 Derby . . . . . 160 0 6 0 West Middlesex . . 70% Dudley...

590 1 3 0 INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester 105 0 3 3 15

15 Albion . . . . . 62 0 30 Forth and Clyde .. 650 0 27 0 Alliance . . .

4 p.ct. Glamorganshire .. 265 0 13 12 8d. Atlas . . .

010 Grand Junction .. 298 0 130 British Commercial 50 54p.ct. Grand Surrey, .. 49 0 1 2 10 County Fire . . 42 0 9 10 Grand Union . . . 24 0

Eagle' ...

0 5 Grand Western .. 10 0

Globe .... 156 0 7 0 Grantham . . . . 215 01 10 0 .

Guardian . ..

24 0

1 0 Huddersfield . . . 174 1

Hope Life...

0 6 6 Kennet and Avou . . 284 1 5 Imperial Fire, 1055 5 5 Lancaster, . 23 0 1 0 Ditto Life ...

08 Leeds and Liverpool 495

Protector Fire ... 1 5 6 0 1 6 Leicester . . . .

360 0 18 0 Provident Life . . 10 18 ! Leic, and North'n . 86 0

4 0 Rock Life. ... 3 2 6 Loughborough. . 36000 175 0 RI. Exchange (Stock) | 2610 8 p.ct Mersey and Irwell 825 0 40 0

MINES. Monmouthshire. .240 0 12 0 Anglo Mexican ..

25 0 N.Walsham & Dilham

Bolanos . . . 360 0 Neach . . . . .

20 0 Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) 42 pm. Oxford . . . . .

670

32 0 British Iron . . Peak Forest . . .

Colomh. (iss. at 5 pm) Regent's . . .: 224

Hibernian. .. 21 Rochdale . . . 99

Irish Mining Compe Severn and Wye. 25

16 Real Del Monte . . 674 Shrewsbury .

265 0 110

United Mexican. 262 dis. Staff. and Wor.. 810 0 39

GAS LIGHTS. Stourbridge ... 230 12 0

Westminster Charta. 534 3 0 Stratford-on-Avon . 40

1 10

Ditto, New · · · * pm. 012 Stroudwater . . . 490 0

City . . . . . . 1874 10 0 Swansea . . . 272

15 0

Ditto, New . . 1074 6 0 Thames & Severn, Red 325 110

Phænix . . . . .

3 pm. 6 p.ct. Ditto, Black . . . 22 0 1 1

British.

12 dis. Trent & Mersey (4sh.) 790

37 10

Bath . . . . . 25 0 14 Warw. and Birming. 275 0 1 2

Birmingham ... 1000 5 0 Warwick and Napton 225 0

Birmingham&Stafford 25 pm.

6 p.ct. Wilts and Berks, . 52 0 4 Brighton .. ..

184 dis. Worc. and Birming. 69 0 2 10 Bristol ... . . 31 O

8p.ct. DOCKS.

Isle of Thanet. .. dis. 5 p.ct. St. Katharine's . .

Lewes . . . . . London (Stock) 843 410 pct. Liverpool. · · ·

8 0 West India (Stock) | 1815 18 0 do. Maidstone . . .

2 10 East lodia (Stock) 71 0 4 o do. Ratcliff . ..

4 p.ct. Commercial (Stock) 75 014 o do. Rochdale . . .

15 Bristol . . . . . 102 4 8 6 do. Sheffield . ..

1 126 BRIDGES.

Warwick . . . .

50 0

5 p.ct. Hammersmith .. 23 0 1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark . ... 3 0

Australian (Agricult!) 9 dis. Do. New 78 per cent. 31 0 1 10 Auction Mart . . . 21 0 Vauxhall . ..

21 0 1 0 Annuity, British . . 190 8 p.ct. Waterloo ....

Bank, Irish Provincial 204 4 p.ct. - Ann. of 81...

11 i 4 Carnat.Stock, 1st class 9501 Apo. of 71. . I - 10 18 8 || Ditto, 2d class ..l 87 31

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