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brief as follows:--for the last four removal of the restrictions on comweeks' sale in London ; first week, merce, continue to be gradually 1,700 bales; second, 12,000; third, brought forward, and there is every 30,000; fourth, 7,100:-at Liverpool, reason to expect highly beneficial first week, 25,000; second, 21,700 ; consequences from their adoption. third, 38,350 ; fourth, 9,900:-the The following is a bill, (as amended) sales at Glasgow during the same to authorise his Majesty, under cerperiod have been nearly 10,000 bales, tain circumstances, to regulate the making in the whole the enormous duties and drawbacks on goods imquantity of above 155,000 bales; ported or exported in foreign vesthe arrivals at Liverpool in the same sels: period have been 75,000 bales. So great a demand, the reason of which, authorise the importation of Goods in Fo

His Majesty may, by order in council, however, does not clearly appear, reign Vessels, on payment of the same duties naturally caused a rise in the prices; as British Vessels. -Proof to be first given, and the demand, as might have been that, in such Foreign country, goods imexpected, having subsided, a decline ported in British vessels pay the same du• has taken place. Coffee and Sugar ties as if in vessels of the country.-Duties have been in good demand, and the may be raised on goods imported in vessels prices improving; but they have again belonging to countries where higher duties declined a little for the last week or are imposed on goods imported in British ten days. The Indigo sale at the vessels, than when imported in vessels of the India House has not turned outexactly country-Duties to be levied as other duas was expected, the finer sorts being again imposed.(Clause A.) Foreign ves.

Such duties may be removed, or sold at 1s. per pound lower. The sels of less burthen than sixty tons, exemptCompany has declared a sale of ed from the obligation of taking on board a 6,900,000 pounds of tea, for 2d Sep- pilot to conduct them into British ports. tember. The measures determined on Orders in council under this Act to be laid by the government for the gradual before Parliament.

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of the late H. J. Boatflower, Esq. of the Hon.

East India Company's service. June 20.-The lady of the Rev. John Kirby, a son.

24. At the new church of Mary-le-bone, Robert 21. At Packington, Warwickshire, the Countess

Peter Smith, Esq. to Josepha, relict of R. Chamof Aylesford, a son. - At Lochnaw-castle, Lady Agnew, a son.

berlain, Esg. of Mullet.hall. Jamaica.

26. At Mary-le-bune church, by the Rev. Dr. 25. At Bath, the lady of Major Charles de Havll

Ridley, Prebendary of Gloucester, the Rev. land, a son.

Henry John Ridley, Prebendary of Bristol, to 26. At Poyotzfield-house, North Britain, the lady of

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Lee Steere Steere, Major General George Gun Monro, a daughter. Esq. of Javes, Surrey, 27. The lady of Sir Thomas Farquhar, Bart. a son. 30. At Hythe, Kent, by the Rev. J. H. Bell, 28. At Camprall-park, near Doncaster, the lady of

Henry Thompson, Esq. BA. Scholar of St. John's Sir Joseph Radcliffe, Bart. a daughter.

College, Cambridge, to Anne Harrison, second - At Torry-hill, Kent, Lady Montresor, a son daughter of the Rev. James Bell, Vicar of 29. At Painswick house, Gloucestershire, the lady July 1.-At Ipsden, Oxon, Lieut. Alan Francis

Lympue, Kent. of W. H. Hyett, Esq. a son.

Gardiner, RN. third son of Samuel Gardiner, July 2.-10 Wimpole-street, the lady of Lieut...

Esq. of Coombe-lodge, Oxon, to Julia Susanna, Col. Bourchier, a son.

second daughter of John Reede, Esq. of Ipsden6. In Cumberland-street, the lady of Lieut.-Col.

house, in the same county. Sir T. Noel Hill, KCB. Grenadier Guards, a 5. By the Rev. Lord John Thynne, the Hon. daughter.

Henry Lascelles, to Lady Lonisa Thynne, dangh- At his house, in Great George-street, Westminster, the lady of the Hon. Edward Cust, MP. 8. At the house of Barrington Price, Esq.of Hasle.

ter of the Marquis and Marchioness of Bath. a daughter.

mere, Robert Price, Esq. MP. for Hereford, and II. At Raymond Arundell's, Esq. Kenilworth,

only son of Uvedale Price, Esq. of Foxley, to Warwickshire, the lady of Edmond de Pentheny Mary Anne Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the O'Kelly, Esq. a daughter.

late Rev. Dr. Price, Prebendary of Durham, and 15. dt her house, on Putney-heath, Lady Cole. Canou Residentiary of Salisbury. brooke, a daughter.

15. At Churston Ferrers, Devonshire, by the Rev. - In Montague-street, Portman-square, the lady J. Dix, Colonel William Wood, to Charlotte of W.J. St. Aubyn, Esq. a son.

Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Capt. Edward Dix, 17. In New-street, Spring-gardens, the lady of

RN. J. H. Tremaync, Esq. a daughter.

- At Speldhurst, Kent, Major Brook Bridges IN IRELAND.

Parlby, of the Madras Army, to Miss Maria

At Douglas-house, near Cork, the lady of John
Callaghan, Esq. a daughter.

16. At Cheltenham, Isaac Hawkins Morrison, Esq.

Post Capt. in the Royal Navy, to Louisa Adams, ABROAD.

daughter of John Powell Smith, Esq. of Upper At Genera, the Indy of Major-Gen. Sir W. Inglis, Berkeley-street, Portman-square. KCB, a son.

- At St. Vieorge's, Hanover-square, by the Rev. At Paris, the l'iscomtesse destacpoole, a daughter. Thomas White, John Jarrett, Esq. of Marelands, At Spanish Town, Jamaica, the lady of the Hon. Hants, and Camerton-hoase, Somersetshire, to W. Burge, a son.

Anna Eliza Waller, youngest daughter of Sir At Gibraltar, the lady of William Filder, Esq. De Matthew Waller, Bart. of Pope's Villa, Twicken. puty Commissary-General to the forces, a son. bam, and

of Hertford-street, May-fair. Ai Calcutta, the lady of Henry Hobhouse, Esq. 17. At St. George's, Hanover-square, Col. Macsecond son of Sir Benjamin Hobhouse, Bart. & kinnon, to Anne Jane, eldest daughter of Joha

Dent, Esq. MP.


At Largs, Ayrshire, by the Right Rev. Bishop Jone 21.-At St. Mary-le.bone church, by the Rev.

Sandford, D. K. Sandford, Esg. Professor of Thomas Fuller, MÁ. J. D. Fitzgerald, Esq. De

Greek in the University of Glasgow, to Henputy Assistant Comunissary General to the forces rietta Cecilia, only daughter of the late Robert to Mary Anne, only danghter of the late R. Ful. Charnock, Esq.

ler, Esq. of York-street, Portman-sqnare. - At Ashbourne, the Rev. H. C. Boutflower,

IN IRELAND. Busy, Lancashire, to Harriet, eldest daughter At Golden, Tipperary, by the Rev. Irwiue Whitty.



Charles Colins, Esq. BA. FC. PS. of St. John's July 6.-The Rev. David Williams, MA. Principal College, Cambridge, eldest son of the late Chas. of Ysliadmeyric College, Cardiganshire, and for Collins, Esg. of Ashbourne Grove, Derbyshire, merly Fellow of Wadham College, Oxford. to Anna Matilda, second daughter of Richard - At his house, at St. Bernard's, Stockbridge, Sir Creaghe, Esq. of Castle-park, Golden, and cousin Henry Raeburn. He had for a long period octo the Right Hon. the Earl of Rosse.

cupied the first place among the portrait paintAt Glasnevin church, county of Dublin, by the ers of Scotland. Sir Henry was a Member of

Rev. Archdeacon Bishopp, Chaplain to his Ex the Royal Society of Edinburgh, of the late Imcellency the Lord Lieutenant, Capt. Martin G. perial Academy of Florence, of the Academy of T. Lindsay, of the 78th Highland Regiment, to New York, and a few days before his death reHarriet Anne, eldest daughter of Lieut.-Col. ceived a Commission, appointing him portrait Robert Bull, CB. &c.

painter in Scotland to the King. At Portumna, county

of Galway, by the Rev. John 7. In Seymour-street, Bath, John Warner, Esq. Armstrong, Capt. Humfrey, of the 86th regt. formerly of Beaulieu, Hants, aged 81. to Mary, only daughter of the late William Keys, 8. At Clough Hall, in the County of Stafford, Esq. of Cavanacorn, county of Donegal.

Wm. Shepherd Kinnersley, Esg. MP.

At Otley, suddenly, Miss Mary Ward. She had IN WALES.

been so terrified by the thunder storm, as to be At Llanbadarn Vaivr, by the Rev. R. Evans, F.T. thrown into strong convulsion fits, which defied Gibb, Esq. to Elizabeth, only child of the late all aid, and termiuated in her death the same. Thomas Hughes, Esq. of Hendrefelen, in the evening. county of Cardigan.

9. At Exeter, on his return homewards from India,

in the 40th year of his age, Major Chas. Hall, of ABROAD.

the 16th Regt. of Madras Light Infantry, eldest IR Granville, Nova Scotia, by the Rev. B.C. Gray, son of David Hall, Esg. of Macclesfield, in the Thomas Ritchie, Esq. Barrister, and Member County of Chester. for the county of Annapolis, to Elizabeth, second 11. At Brighton, Sam. Rolleston, Esq. aged 80. daughter of the late George Best, of Pershore, - At his father's house,

at Stifkey, Norfolk, Col. Worcester, Esq.

Henry Loftus, of the Coldstream Guards. At her mother's house, by the Vicar General of - At Shrewsbury, a female of the name of Bax

Naples, Amelia, eldest daughter of the late ter, having attained the age of 104 years. Matthew Higgins, of Bennown, Ireland, Esq. - At Wain-Wern Cottage, near Pontypool, Monto Gaetano Pannola, Esq. of Lauro. The cere mouthshire, Robt. Smith, Esq. mony was afterwards performed at the honse of 15. At Bosworth Park, Leicestershire,

Mrs. PoMr. Hamilton, Envoy Extraordinary, and Minis chin, relict of the late Col. George Pochin, of

ter Plenipotentiary froin his Britannic Majesty. Bourn Abbey, Lincolnshire, and eldest danghIn the Cathedral Church, at Quebec, by the Ve ter, and ultimately sole heiress of Sir Wolstan nerable the Archdeacon of Quebec, assisted by Dixie, Bart. of Bosworth Park. the Rev. Dr. Mills, Chaplain to His Majesty's - In bis 76th year, Mr. Bent, of Paternoster Forces, Capt. Frederick Arabin, RA. fourth son Row, Bookseller. of Henry Arabin, Esg. of Maglare, County of 16. At Walthamstow House, Essex, Harriet, Meath, Ireland, to Miss Eliza Mountain, eldest daughter of Sir Robt. Wigram, Bart. daughter of the Lord Bishop of Quebec. 17. Iu Bermondsey-street, Southwark, aged 67, the

Abbé Auge Denis Macquin,

formerly Professor DEATHS.

of Rhetoric in the College of Meaux en Brie.

18. At Southampton, Susan, only daughter of Dr. Jane 23.-At Lamas, Norfolk, in the 77th year Borland, of Teddington..

of his age, Wm. Lubbock, Esq. father of Sir - At Ramsgate, after lingering three years in a John Wm. Lubbock, Bart.

decline, Miles James Beevor, in his 18th year, 26. At Kentish Town, Geo. Jackson, Esq. in the eldest son of Colonel Beevor, of the Royal Ar76th year of his age--the last, except one of the

tillery. original Directors named in the Act of Parlia 19. At Westbourn Green, after a long and severe ment for that truly great national work, the illness, Francis, second son of the late John Grand Junction Canal. 27. Of a fever, Dr. O'Leary, Principal Medical

Braithwait; Ese of the New Road, Fitzroya Officer at Albany Barracks, Isle of Wight. 21. At the house of her

mother, Mrs. Walton, in 30. At Eltham, Kent, John Bowdler, Esq. in the Gower-street, Bedford Square, Elizabeth, widow 78th year of his age.

of the late John Hall Harris, Esq, of Stanwell, At his house, at Stamford, Lincolnshire, Octa Middlesex. vius Graham Gilchrist, Esq. Mr. Gilchrist was

ABROAD. originally intended for the church, and with that view was entered of Magdalen College, Oxford ;

On board His Majesty's Ship, Leven, on the Coast but after a residence of two years he quitted

of Africa, Mr.

James Favell, Admiralty Clerk, it for a lucrative business, which was left him

and son of Mrs. Favell, of Cambridge, widow. by his uncle. This made no change, however,

This lady, at ove time, could boast of having in his character: he added high literary acquire

five sons in His Majesty's Service; viz. three in ments to a mind upusually vigorous and dis.

the Army, and two in the Navy: the three in the criminating, and became the author of several Army, one a Captain, the second a Lieutenant, interesting publications; among which bis Vin.

and the third an Ensign, were killed, whilst dications of Ben Jonson and of Pope will not

serving under his Grace the Duke of Wellingsoon be forgotten. He was one of the earliest

ton, in the Peninsular War; the fourth met his contributors to the London Magazine, and an

death as related above; the fifth and only reoccasional writer in the Quarterly Review.

maining one, is a Lieutenant in the Navy, and, July 1.- At Shrewsbury, after a short illness, Ad

till lately, commanded His Majesty's schooner, miral Geo. Bowen.

Pioneer. 2. In London, Major Stewart, son of Alexander

At Madeira, Engenia, the wife of John Keir, Esq. Stewart, Esq. of Huntfield, Lanarkshire.

At Etterbeck, near Brussells, of a decline, the - In Brook-street, Chas. Freeman, Esq. formerly

lady of Morgan Waters, Esq. Secretary to the Government at Madras, aged 68.

At Cologne, on his return to England, from Italy, - At his house, in the Kent Road, aged 60, Chas.

George Halliday, Esq. of St. James's-street, Brewer, Esq. late of the Royal Navy Asylum at

Banker, aged 31. Greenwich, and formerly Secretary to Admiral

At Calcutta, in his 65th year, Robt. Gibson, Esq. Sir Richard King, Bart.

of Denmark Hill. 3. T. H. Cutbush, Esq. 45 years of His Majesty's

In Persia, Lieut. Herman Joseph Milford, of the Office of Ordnance.

5th Regt. of Infantry, Madras Presidency, aged - In Devonshire-street, Maria Emilia, wife of

22, second son of S. F. Milford, Esq. of Exeter,

Devon. Henry Nassau, Esq. of Oporto. 6. In Jermyn-street, Major Gen. the Hon, Arthur

At Sea, Henry Barry, Esq. Purser of the London, St. Leger.

East Indiaman, aged 25.

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