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1820.) Obituary; with Anecdotes of remarkable Persons. 189 by the most affectionate solicitude for At Clapton, Middlesex, aged 87, the their welfare, and the most exemplary widow of the late Abraham Greenwood, integrity of character. In the life of this

es excellent man were manifest the practical At Stockwell, Surrey, in his 85th year, fruits, of the Christian faith without osten Thomas Leli, esq. formerly an eininent tation ; for he was ever forward to assist in timber-merchant, the alleviation of human suffering. Mr. The widow of the late Charles CrochWace was a Member of the Council of the ley, esq. paymaster of the 501h regiment. City of Oxford, and was elected bailiff in In the Grove, Southwark, Wm. Clark, the year 1813. He filled that office at the esq. of Great Guildford-street, Southwark. time the present King and the Allied Sove. At Southend, in his 66th year, Robert reigns visited Oxford.

Woodmass, esq. of Montagu-square, late In hier 68th year, Mrs. Dorothy Fen- of Sompting, io Sussex. wick, widow of the rev. John Fenwick, lo Bedford-row, aged 78, Lieut.col. M.A. Rector of Hallatori, Leicestershire. Handfield, formerly of the 22d regiment. The Fenwicks of Hallaton are of the of fuot. Brinkburo branch of ibe Fenwicke family, At Diss, co. Norfolk, aged 75, Thos. of Fenwicke Tower, in Northumberland. Jenkinson Woodward, esq. one of His Brinkburu Priory came into the possession Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the of George Fenwicke in the reign of Ej. counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. He was ward VI. being purchased by him of the formerly of Clare Hall, Cambridge, where earl of Warwick. And Fenwicke Tower he proceeded LL. B. in 1769. This was the seat of Thomas de Fenwicke in the gentleman, by his suavity of manners, reign of Henry Ill, and continued in the and by bis urbauity and courtesy, had possession of the family, with Wallington gained the universal respect and esteem of Castle, until the time of William II1. when his neighbours, from the highest to the Sir John Fenwicke, bart. was attainted lowest, and of all who had the happiness and beheaded for his attachment to the of his acquaintance; and his tenants and Stuaris, being involved in one commou domestics never can forget the liberal, the ruin with his relations and connexions, the benevolent landlord-the kind, the indul, Radclyffes of Derwentwater, and the Wid. gent master. dringtons of Widdrington Castle. See In his 82d year, Mr. Speer, many years Nichols's Leicestershire, vol. II. part ii. a respectable furnishing iroumonger, and p.. 547; and Wallis's Northumberland, one of the oldest, iuhabitants of Hammer. vol. II. pp. 157, 158. 519, 520.

smith. It is a curious coincidence, that In Abingdon-street, Westminster, the Mr. Speer was born on the 4th of June, widow of the late B. J. Jobnson, esq. 1738, at the same hour as his late Ma.

At Masbro', near Rotherham, in her jesty, and expired on Saturday evening, 81st year, Sarah, relict of the late Sam. the 291h ult. about nine o'clock, being Walker, esq. of that place, and mother of near the time when our lamented mo. Sam. Walker, esq. M.P. of Aldwick. narch breathed his last. Mr. S. was also

Jan. 27. At her lodgings, in the Upper married ou the same day as their late Bristol road, Bath, aged 75, Mrs. Bell, for- Majesties. merly the celebrated and beautiful Miss In the Crescent, Bath, the eldest daughMansell, of the Bath and London theatres. ter of the late George Whitehead, esq. of She possessed a considerable share of pro Weston House, Somersetshire. fessional merit; and in the expression of Io Perceval - street, Northamptonthe pathetic, and the display of the higher square, aged 61, Mr. Edward Spencer, passions, she has seldom been excelled.

many years well known on the Stock Ex. In Chesterton road, aged 74, Mrs. Ca. change. therine Pearce.

Jan. 30. At his residence, in RossAt Paris, the Duke de Crillon, peer of shire, in his 63d year, Alex. Mackeozie, France,

esq. of Ord. Anna Sophia, wife of John Doarman, At Paris, Walter Boyd, jun, of the old esq. of Champion Hill, Surrey.

firm of Boyd, Ker, and Co. Mr. Henry Watts, of Lower Kennington lo Arlington-street, Piccadilly; J. La. Green, and of the Custom House.

touche, esq. M. P. for the county of In her 17th year, Sarah, second daugh- Leitrim. ter of J. S. Salt, esq. of Russell-square. At Laurel Lodge, Herts, Sarah, sister

At Hammersmith, aged 73, the relict of of the late Henry Isherwood, esq. formerly the late Rev. James Bowden, late of Lower M.P. for New Windsor. Tuoting, Surrey.

Suddenly, in her 24th

year, Charlotte, Jan. 28. Aged 82, Joseph Mason, esq. daughter of Thomas Taylor, gept. of of Swineshead Villa, Lincolnshire. By his Blithborough Lodge, Suffolk. death a handsome property devolves to Jan. 31. At Worley Lodge, Essex, aged his sole surviving daughter and heiress, 11, Edmund Henry, the second son of the the wife of Mr. Alderman Tennant, Leeds. Hon. George Winn.

At

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At Camberwell (the day he completed At the apartments of Mr. Williams, St. his 98th year), the Hon. Col. Peter Fry, James's Palace, the widow of the lale father of Lady Knight (wife of Admiral sir Adam Haaber, esq. captain in ihe Danish J. Knight), and Judge of the Superior royal navy. Court of Massachussetts, previous to the Aged 94, Mr. Cannon, of Frederick. Revolution.

street, Portsea. This extraordinary man Feb. 1. By an inflammation on the was never known to eat fish, flesh, or fowl, lungs, Joseph Madocks, esq. aged 58. or to drink any thing stronger than water, This gentleman (who was well known in excepting tea in the afternoon ! the gay world some years since, as the Feb. 8. In Russell-square, in his 65th

gagest of the gay," he being the life of year, sir Vicary Gibbs, kur. late Chief Juke every circle), was only a few days since tice of the Court of Common Pleas. We walking among his friends in St. James's. shall give an account of this distinguished street, Mr. Madocks was the first ama. Judge in our next. teur actor of his day. His performance Feb. 11. At Bath, the Rev. Dr. Thomas. of Falstaff was truly excellent.

He was

Haweis, We shall take an early opporlong the convivial companion of Frank tunity of giving an account of this cele. North, afterwards earl of Guildford. brated Divine.

Aged 36, Sophia Elizabeth, wife of Feb. 15. Rev. Matthew Haynes, of of Mr. J. Wood, of Newport-street, Lei. Westminster; a Memoir of whom shall cester-square.

appear soon. In her 28th year, 'Sarah, wife of J. L. Feb. 16. At Maldon, in Surrey, in his Reiss, esq. of Basinghall-street, and dau. 69th year, the Rev. Rugers Ruding, B. D. of Henry Levyssohn, esq. of Rotterdam. Vicar of that parish, F.S.A. and H.M.A.S. Feb. 2. Aged 82, James Tilloit, gevt. of of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Of this highly Hasleworth, Suffolk.

respectable gentleman an account shall Feb. 3. At Wethersfield, Suffolk, at the be given in our next. house of her son-in-law, the Rev. R. C. On Putney Heath, the relict of the late Barnard, Elizabeth, relict of the late Dr. Wool, of Buntingford, Heris. Cary Elwes, esq. of Isleworth, and mother Feb. 18. Sarah, wife of Rubert Lee, esq. of R. C. Elwes, esq. of Billing House, of Walthamstow, aged 47. Northamptonshire.

Feb. 22. At the Haberdashers School, Feb. 3. At Bideford, aged 91, Avne, Bunhill-row; in his 791h year, the her. relict of George Buck, esq. of Daddon, Wm. Lens, the master of that foondation. Devonshire,

He was also Chaplain of the City of Lon-i At Kentish Town, aged 70, the Rev. don Lying-in Hospital; and Chaplain of Wm. Lucas, late of Knight-Ryder-street, the Worshipful Company of Apotheca. i Doctors' Commons.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for February, 1820. By W. CARY, Strand.

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d. s. d. s. d. s. ds. d. Middlesex 65 735 534 726 541 3 Essex 66 552 034 124 4137 9 Surrey 68 234 634 2/26 245 0 Kent 67 0134 (136 2 25 039 5 Heriford 64 500 0/39 3 26 10 12 3 Sussex 65 800 031 10 24 6100 0 Bedford 61 4138 034 525

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300 000 0/24 000 0 Derby 66 1000 0139 822 8 54 10 Northum. 59 539 729 423 733 0 Stafford 67 400 0139 9 23 3 45 4 Cumberl. 62 11 17 4128 421 700 0 Saiop 66 6 44 10140 4.28 056 101 Westmor. 65 736 033 0.23 600 Hereford 64 051 23.0 0 25 348 5 Lancaster 65 4100 000 024 500 Worcester 63 1100

9 29 650 8|Chester 60 200 0 40 522 800 Warwick 66 000

0 36 028 (158 4|Flint 59 3100 0138 8 25 000 Wilts

G4 000 031 4125 950 1 Denbigh 62 600 039 4 22 100 Berks 65 600 033 6/26 4144 9|Anglesea 64 600

315 000 Oxford 66 900 032 1 25 043 Carnarvon 70 600 034 221 000 Bricks 63 000) 0134 10 26 041 6Merioneth 72 949 000 0.24 000 Brecon 68 648 034 1127 000 0||Cardigan 68 000 0 36 5 17

000 Montgomery 67 500 0/35 227 200 0 Pembroke 56 200 032 11 15 800 Radour 71 5.00 0 33 827 1154 4Carmarth. 60 600 033 716. 4.00

Glainorgan 65 400 031 4.20 000 0 Average of Eogland and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 67 300 035 524 642 9 64 11139613+ 5123 8144 11 Somerset 70 10100 0 32 524 300

Monin. 70) 200 034 8 25 600 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter.

Devon 67 000 029 8 00 000 0 51 9136 5127 4121 3132 2 Cornwall 65 300 028 10'22 10.00

Dorset 67 10100 030 325 8100 0

Hants 64 2100 030 522 9 44 6
PRICE OF PLOUR, per Sack, January 24, 55s. to 60s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, February 19, 24s. 10d.

VERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, February 23, 35s. 9d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, February 21. Kent Bags.............. 31. 6s. to 41. 4s. Kent Pockets

31. 10s. to 31. 12s. Sussex Diito ........... 3, Os. to 3!. 125 Sussex Ditto

31. 55. to 31. 18s. Essex Ditto.............. Sl. Os, to 41. (s. Essex Dirto

31. 03. to 41. 48. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Pebruary 25: Si. James's, Hav 46. Os. Straw 1l. 175. 6d. Clover 41. 14s. 6d. Whitechapel, Hay 41. Os. Straw 1l. 13s. Od. Cluver bil. 10s.- Smithfield, Hay 31. 16s. 6d. Straw 16. 13s. Clover 61. Os,

SMITHFIELD, February 25. To sink the Offal-per' stone of 8lbs. Beef....

...45. 4d. lo 5s. 8d. Lamb....... ...........0s. Oil. to Os. Od. Mution....................4s. 80. 10 6s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market Feb. 25 : Veal .............. .........5s. 6d. to 7s. Od Beasts ...

480 Calves 90. Pork........ ........58. 41. to 6s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 3,400 Pigs 280. COALS, February 11: Newcastle 35s. 31. to 45s. Ol.-Sunderland, 40s. Od. to 46s.

TALLOW, per Stone, 61b. Town Tallow 70s. Od. Yellow Russia 62s. 80.1Pm Yellow Bos. Mottled 98s. Curd 1925.-CANDLES, 11s. 6d. per Doz. Moalds 13s. Od.

THR AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL Shares and other PROPERTY, in Feb. 1820 (to the 24th). at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge street, London. Birmingham Canal, 5351. Div. 201. per Ann. Leeds and Liverpool, 3001. Div. 101. - Grand Junction, 2171. ex Div. 41. 10s. Half. Year. Monmouthshire, 1401. ex Halfyear's Div. 51.

Dudler, 611. ex Half-Year's Div. 11. 10s. — Grand Union, 351. Grand Surrey, 541. — Rochdale, 4C1 to 411. «x Div. ll. — Regent's, 351, — Lancaster, 251. - Worcester and Birmingham. 251. — Kennet and Aron, 191. 15s. Div. ll. - Huddersfield, 131. — West India Dock, 1751.-x Div. 51. Half-year. London Dock, 731. ex Div. 11. 10)s. vijtto-Globe Assurance, 1177. ex Div. 3. - Imperial, 781. ex Half-year's Div. 21. 55. — Waterloo Bridge, 51, 20s. Provident Institution, 71, 10s. Premium. Grand Junction Water Works, 391.-- West Middlesex Ditto, 411. 401. - London Bridge Ditto, 501. Div. 21 10s. per Annum, · Portsmouth and Farlington, 201. estminster Gas Light Company, 611. ex Div. 21. Half-year. -- Bath Gas, 31. Premium. - Russel nstitution, 121. 12s. - Surrev Ditto, 87. 8s.

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