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[Dec. to Woodham Mortimer in 1814 by Abraham disconsolate widow (to whom he was united Bullen, esq.

52 years) and all who had the pleasure of Nov. 27. At Beeching-stoke, near De his acquaintance. vizes, aged 78, the Rev. Charles Mayo, for Bucks.—Nov. 18. At the Vache, aged upwards of fifty years Rector of that parish 75, Thomas Allen, esq. and of Hewish. He was of Queen's coll. Dec. 8. At Acton Clinton, the wife of Oxford, M. A. 1774, B. C. L. 1779 ; was G. R. Minshull, esq. magistrate of Bowpresented to Hewish in 1775 by the trustees street. of the Duchess of Somerset's lostitution for CAMBRIDGESH.-July ... At Upwell, Isle Widows at Froxfield, as their chaplain ; and of Ely, aged 65, J. Lee, esq. who some to Beeching-stoke in 1779 by J. W. Hene- years since erected and endowed an almsage, esq. Within these last few years he house for aged and indigent widows. rebuilt, at his own expence, the parsopage- CORNWALL.–At Truro, the relict of the house at Hewish, and endowed two Exhibi- Rev. J. Collins, Rector of Redruth. tions at Queen's college, vesting the presen. DerBYSHIRE.-Nov. 20. At Kedleston, tation to them in the said trustees and their aged 43, the Hon. Augustus Curzon, secood successors. He has given by his will 100l, son of Lord Scarsdale, and formerly a Mastock to the fund for the relief of the widows jor in the army. and orphans of the Clergy in the diocese of Devon.-July ... At Exeter, W. NewSalisbury, and a small annual sum to future combe, esq. banker, of Fleet-street. Rectors of bis late parishes, for the supply Oct. ... At Sheldon, Mrs. Coulthard, sisof books to the young, and for the occasional ter to Rear Adm. Sir Robert Barlow,K.C B. relief of the aged and infirm. His remains and to Sir George Hilaro Barlow, K.C. B. were attended to the grave by his brother, and aunt to Viscountess Torringtoo. She his executors, two of his nearest relatives, was Frances-Charlotte-Hilare, eldest dau. of by the Rev. Archdeacon Macdonald, and by Wm. Barlow, esq. by Hilare, dau. of Robt. all the Clergy in the immediate neighbour- Butcher, esq. and was married to Thomas hood, with whom, as with their predecessors Coulthard, of Chawton, Hants, esq. Jude during that long period, he lived on terms of 5, 1784. the greatest cordiality and friendship. Mr. At Exeter, aged 63, Mr. J. Kendall, Mayo was the author of " A Chronological statuary; he published an essay on the History of the European States, from 1678 Principles of English Architecture, and exto 1792," fol. 1793. “A compendious ecuted che altar-piece in the cathedral. View of Universal History, from 1753 to Nov. 28. At East Teigomouth, Thos. . 1802,” four vols. 4to. 1804.

Campion, esq. second son of John Campion Dec. 4. At Clifton, aged 25, the Rev. Coates, esq. of Esk-hall, near Whitby. Francis Blake Woodward, B. A. of Baliol Dec. 7. At Exeter, aged 86, Thomas college, Oxford. He was the third son of Martin, esq. formerly of Wellington, Som. the late Rev. Richard Woodward, D.D. and Dec. 12. At Collumpton, aged 31, James grandson of Richard, Lord Bishop of Cloyne. Anning, esq.

Dec. 17. At Stapleton, the Rev. Thomas GLOUCESTERSHIRE.-Nov. 16. At Stone, Cockayne, D. D. Rector of Dogmersfield, Anne, dau. of late N. Hickes, esq. Berkeley. Hants. He was of Eman. coll. Camb. B. A. Dec. 1. Anne, wife of Samuel Wittack, 1784, M. A. 1788, D. D. 1813; and was esg. of Hanham Hall. presented to Dogmersfield in 1826 by Lady Dec. 7. Aged 85, at Bristol, Mercy, Mildmay.

relict of Francis Morgan, esq. of Shepton Mallett.

Dec. 9. At Bristol Hotwells, the relict BRRK$.—Nov. 23. At Reading, aged 70, of Wm. Walton, esq. of Everton, near LiThor. Suwdon, esq. senior alderman of that verpool.

borough, and a magistrate of the county. Dec. 10. At Clifton, aged 94, Louisa, Dec. 15. At Windsor, aged 90, John relict of the Ven. John Turner, Archdeacon Kinsey, esq. formerly Lieut.-Col. of the 1st of Taunton, and eldest dau. of Adm. Sir W. or Royal Dragoons, in which regiment he Burnaby, the first Bart. of Broughton Hall, served with honour and integrity for fifty.co. Oxford. years, and was particuiarly distinguished by Hants.- Nov. 14. At Basingstoke, in his gallantry and intrepidity in most of the his 80th year, Joho Lyford, esq. formerly a memorable actions in Germany during the surgeon. Seven Years war. He was at all times ho Nov. 18. At Lymington, Mr. John Shepnoured by the gracious favours of his late hard. He was a private in the 35th foot at Majesty, the present King, and every branch the battle of Minden, ist August 1759 ; of the Royal Family, and by the special afterwards Quarter - master of the South command of his late Majesty George III. Hants Militia ; and had reached the adwas appointed Barrack-master of the cavalry vanced age of 85 years, 68 of which he had department at Windsor, where he had resided been a member of the ancient frateroity of for 28 years, esteemed and respected; his Free Masons, and for 53 as Royal Arch.. luss will be !, and deeply deplored by his Dce. . At Froyle, aged 78, Mary-Aana

1829.) OBITUARY.

573 bella, relict of Rich. Vernon Moody, esq. SOMERSET.—Nov 17. Aged 78, Joha of Southampton, only surviving dau. of late Nurton, esq. of Chipley Park Wm. Nicholas, esq. of Froyle.

Nov. 18. Aged 76, at her son's, Col. Dec. 3. At Bursledon, aged 65, the re- Daubeny, Bath, Ann, relict of late J. Daulict of Captain Wallis.

beny, esq. of Bristol. At Enhan-bouse, aged 31, Anna-Maria, Nov. 21. At Frome, aged 33, Louisa, relict of Walter Bluot, esg. of Wallop. eldest dau. of Capt. Dalby, R. N.

Dec. 9. At Bowcomb-cottage, Isle of Nov. 30. At Bath, in the prime of life, Wight, aged 64, the Hon. Catherine, relict Lieut. John Henderson, R.N. eldest son of of Edw. Rushworth, esq. formerly M.P. for Mr. Henderson, of Stockwell, Surrey. He Newport, and younger dau. of Leopard Lord has left a widow and an infant son. 'Io the Holmes, by Eliz. only daughter of the Rev. course of his long services, he experienced Thos. Terrell, Rector of Calbouro. Mrs. many hardships and privations, which were Rushworth was married in August 1780. the primary causes of his complaint.

Lately. At Ivy-cottage, Kingston, Isle · Nov. 30. At Winford-house, Henry Elof Wight, James Biggs, aged 100 years, ton, esq. leaving a widow aged 99; they were married Lalely. Aged 108, Mr. Thos. Harris, of 78 years, and a son is living aged 76. Hinton Blewett, near Temple Cloud. He

Hunts.-Nov. 27. At Huntingdon, aged retained his mental faculties to the last. 61, Mr. Edmund Maile, serjeant-at-mace Dec. 16. In the 65th year, Sarah, relict for the borough, and governor of the town of Rev. Tho. Bere, M. A. Rector of Butgaol,

combe, and only child of the late John Box, Kent.-Nov. 21. At Sevenoaks, aged esq. of Wrington.. 63, John Lewis Minet, esq.

Dec. 16. In Queen-square, Bath, aged Nov. 30. At Sydenham, aged 65, John 80, R. H. Gaby, esq. formerly a solicitor in Dunlap, sen. M.D.

Chippenham. Dec. 5. At Ramsgate, aged.6, Sophia, STAFFORD.-Oct. 3. At the Four Asbes youngest dau. of Sir James Lake, Bart. in Enfield, Thos. Barker Grove, esq. younger

LEICESTERSHIRE.—Nov. 26. At Osga brother to James Amphlett Grove, esq. ; & thorpe, aged 21, Charlotte, wife of Mr. Geo. gentleman of the strictest integrity, heartMeakin, dau. of late Rev. Wm. Kelk, Rec felt sincerity, and a mind truly moral and tor of Sudbrook, Linc.

religious. Dec. 3. At Somerby, aged 77, Mr. Wm. Oct. 27. At Walsall, Joseph Stubbs, Meadows, chief constable of the hundred of esq. an eminent solicitor, who filled the of. Framland.

fice of town clerk to the corporation. He LINCOLNSHIRE.-Nov. 18. At Horncas- was also 23 years steward to the Earl of tle, Francis Millos, esq. many years a re- Bradford. spectable attorney.

SUFFOLK.-Nov. 20. At Lowestoft, aged Nov. 27. At Welton, near Louth, aged 60, Mary Manners, wife of the Rev. Richard 93, William Baldock, late parish-clerk of Lockwood, vicar of that parish and prebenthat place, to which office he was appointed dary of Peterborough ; youngest dau. of the in 1760. His father, Daniel Baldock, laté Lord George Manners Sutton, and the whom he succeeded, was nearly 90 years of only child of his second marriage with Mary, age when he died, and had been the parish. dau. of Joshua Peart, esq. clerk for 56 years.

SURREY.-Nov. 29. At Roehampton, Nov. 30. 'At Wisbech, in her 82d year, Anth. Ashley, youngest son of the Hoa. W. the relict of Mr. John Wilkinson, formerly Cavendish and Lady Barbara Ponsonby. a respectable grocer in that town, and last Lalely. At Guildford, R. H. Budd, esq. surviving dau. of Sir Thos. Mackworth, late late of Štoke Hill. of Huntingdon, Bart.

At Kenyon House, Richmond, J. M. NORFOLK.-Nov. 18. At Yarmouth, aged Carleton, esq. 68, George Bruce, esq.

Dec. 6. At Guildford, aged 79, Sarah Nov. 12. At Harlestone, aged 63, Mr. Ann, wife of Francis Skurray, esq. Tho. Parslee, upwards of 30 years conductor Dec. 9. At Reigate, Ynyr Barges, esq. of the banking house of Messrs. Gurneys late of the Bengal civil service. and Co.

Dec. 20. At the vicarage, Effingham, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE.—Dec. 11. At Mid aged 66, Dorothy, wife of the Rev. W. dleton Cheney, aged 22, Anne, dau. of the Farley. Rev. Archd. Churton.

Sussex.--Nov. 17. At Hastings, aged Dec. 19. In her 73d year, Elizabeth, 21, Thos. Wright, scholar of King's coll. wife of Wm. King, esq. of Walton, near Pe Camb. eldest son of the Rev. Thos. Wright, terborough, and only dau. of late Rev. W. rector of Claydon, Bucks. Hopkinson, of that city.

Nov. 23. Aged 76, Benj. Tillstone, esq. Oxon.-Dec. 11. At the rectory, Stones- of Moulse Combe-place, near Brighton. field, aged 18, Caroline, dau. of the Rev. Nov. 27. At Brighton, Eliz.-Harriet, Walter Brown.

wife of the Rev. H. M. Wagner, and eldest 574

OBITUARY: - Bill of Mortality.Markets. (Dec. daughter of the late Rev. W. Douglas, Ca- ternoon of the same day, Patrick Simson, non Residentiary of Salisbury, &c.

esq. having survived his wife only five hours. Dec. 6. At Hastings, aged 17, the Lady Dec. 13. At Leamington, Aode Jane, Anne Catherine Kerr, helt sister to tlie wife of Heary Spooner, esq. dau. of late Marquis of Lothian. She was the 4th dau. Nath.-Palmer Johnson, esq. of Burleighof Win. the 6th and late Marquis by the field. Lady Harriet Montagu Scott, 4th dau. of Wilts - Nov. 20. At the Moat, Dear Henry 3d Duke of Buccleugh and Queens Salisbury, aged 29, Caroline-læticia, wife berry.

of Rich Hetley, esq. daughter of Joha Dec. 7. At Brighton, Lucy, wife of Campbell, esg of Blunham-house, Beds. Thos, Pipon, esq.

Nov. 25. At Wilton, aged 82, Fraucis Dec. 13. At Bognor, W. E Nembhard, Seward, esq. esq. late of Jamaica.

Wales.--Sept. At Beatenaris, aged 64, Dec. 14. At Chichester, Frances, relict Frances-Emma, sister to Sir Rob. Williams, of John Williams, esq. of Badshot House, Bart. She was the younger day, of Sir Hugh Surrey.

tbe late and eighth Baronet, by Emma, dowDec. 13. At Brighton, aged 73, Wm. ager Viscountess Bulkeley, dau, and heiress Walker, esq. of Stoke Newington.

of Thos. Rowland, of Nant and Caeran in WARWICK.—Nov. 25. At Leamington, Anglesea, esq. having given birth to a son on the preceding Scotland.-July. At Ormiston, East day, aged 25, Jane, wife of Gibbs Crawford Lothian, Harriette, wife of Jobu Francis Antrobus, esq. M.P. of Eatoo Hall near Staveley, esq. She was the elder day, and Congleton. She was the second daughter co-heir of the Very Rev. John Murray, Dean of Sir Coutts Trotter, Bart, and was married of Killaloe (grandson of the first Duke of June 25, 1827.

Atholl), by his cousin, Lady Elizabeth MurNov. 27. Aged 64, Wm. Whittem, esq. ray, fourth dau. of Wm. 3rd Earl of DunsAlderinan of Coventry.

more. She was married first, to Capt. Wm. Lately. At Leamington, Anne, widow Lindley of the Westmoreland Militia, and of John Swipfen, esq. of Swinfen House, having obtained a divorce in 1805, secondly, Dear Lichfield.

at Holyrood-house, Nov. 21, that year, lo Dec. 2. Eliz.-Wrigley, wife of Patrick J. F. Staveley, esq. of York. Simson, esq. of Fillongley; and in the af

BILL OF MORT:ALITY, from Nov. 25, to Dec. 22, 1829.
Christened.

kuried.

2 and 5 342 50 and 60 284 Males - 1918 / Males - 1673

er 5 and 10 143 | 60 and 70 329 Females • 1939° Females - 1682

10 and 20 166 i 70 and 80 991 Whereof have died under two years old' 863 20 and 30 234 | 80 and 30 134

( 30 and 40 252 | 90 and 100 II Salt os. per bushel; vhd. per pound.

40 and 50 306

Between

CORN EXCHANGE, Dec. 28.
Wheat. | Barley. | Oats. | Rye. | Beans. | Peas.

si ds . ds . d s . d. $. d. s. d.
730 | 84 0 29 0 36 0 | 36 0 | 36 0

PRICE OF HOPS, Dec. 28.
Kent Bags.............. 6i. Os. to sl. 88. Farnham (seconds) .... 101. Os. to 12!. Os.
Sussex Ditto........... 51. 158. to 61. 10. Kent Pockets ..... ...... 61. 6s. to
Essex.................... 61. os. to sl. Os. Sussex...................... 61. Os. to 71. 0s,
Farnham (fine) ...... 131. Os. to 15l. Os. | Essex ..................... 66 6s. to 91. Os.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Dec. 28. Smithfield, Hay 3l. 38. to 41. 10. Straw 1l. 135. to 21. Os. Clover 31. 155. to 52. 5s.

SMITHFIELD, Dec. 28. To sink the Offal- per stone of 8lbs. Beef ..................... 45. Od. to 4s. 6d. | Lamb...................... Os. od. to Os. Od. Mutton ................ 4s. 4d. to 48. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market . Dee. 28: Veal..................... 48. od. to 55. Od. Beasts ............ 3,030 Calves 183 Pork..................... 48. od. to 58. od. Sheep and Lambs 16,520 Pigs 140

COAL MARKET, Dec. 28, 35s. 6d. to 4 28. Od. TALLOW, per cwl.--Town Talow, 40s. Od. Yellow Russia, 385. 6d. SOAP.-Yellow, 74s. Mottled, 80s. Curd, 825,- CANDLES, 7s. per doz. Moulds, 8s.6d. . 5

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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 | 118 0 5 0 Manchester & Liverp. 67 pm. Barnsley .. . . 300 0 14 0 Stockton & Darlington 170 0 5 Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) 300 0 12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckoock & Abergav. / 115 0 6 0 East London . . . 113 01 Chelmer & Blackwater 102 0 5 0 Graud Junction .. 50 0 2 10 Coventry . . . . 44 & bs. Kent . . . . . 32

110 Cromford . . . . 420 0

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South London . . 88 0 4 p.ct. Derby ... 160 0 6 0 West Middlesex .. 75 0 30 Dulley ..... 60 0 3 0 INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester | 105 1 8 15 || Albion . . . . . 65 0 3 0 Forth and Clyde.. 650 27 0 Alliance . ..

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13 0 British Commerc 53 54p.ct, Grand Surrey. .. 50 0

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1 0 Leic. and North'n . 83 0

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38 08 Loughborough .. 3000 0 175 0 RI. Exchange (Stock) 275 0 8 p.ct. Mersey and Irwell . 665 0

MINES. Monmouthshire. . 240 0

1 Anglo Mexican .. N.Walsham & Dilham 25 0

Bolanos . . . . | 485 Neath ...:

350 0 20 0

Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) Oxford .... 665 0 32 0 British Iron . . Peak Forest

88 0 3 0 Colomb. (iss. at 5 pm) Regent's ..

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84 0

Irish Mining Comp Severn and Wye.. 934

Real Del Monte . . 821
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250 0
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Staff, and Wor... 795 0

GAS LIGHTS. Stourbridge ... 230 0 12 0

Westminster Chartd.

3 0 Stratford-on-Avon 40 0 110

Ditto, New . . .

012 Stroudwater · · · 490 0 23 0

City . . . . . .

10 0 Swansea . . . . 272 0 15 0

Ditto, New . . .

6 0 Thames & Severn, Red 31 0 110

Phænix . .,. . . Ditto, Black .

6 p.ct. . 20 0

11 British . . . . . Trent & Mersey (Isb.) | 790 0 37 10

Bach . ..

25 0 Warw. and Birming. 270 0 12 0

Birmingham . ..

96 0

5 0 Warwick and Napton 220 0

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6 p.ct. Wilts and Berks . . 53 t o 4

Brighton . . Worc. and Birming. 700 2 10 Bristol ... . .

8 p.ct. DOCKS.

Isle of Thanet . . .

5 poct. St. Katharine's . . 89 0

Lewes . . . . .

4 p.ct. London (Stock) | 91 0 410 pct. Liverpool ....

80 West India (Stock) | 1920 | 8 o do. Maidstone ..

9 10 East India (Stock! 72 4 0 do. Ratcliff ..

4 p.ct. Commercial (Stock) 8004 o do. Rochdale ..

| 5 Bristol . . . . . 105 0 4 8 6 do. Sheffield . .

1 19 6 BRIDGES.

Warwick .... 50 0 5 p.ct. Hammersmith

22 0 1 1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark . ...

Australian (Agricult')
Do. New 74 per cent. 30 0 1 15 Auction Mart ... 21 0
Vauxhall . .. 21 0 1 0 Annuity, British . .

8 p.ct. Waterloo . . . . 30 | - Bank, Irish Provincial

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