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1820.) Obituary; with Anecdotes of remarkable Persons. 985 years printer, &c. of Long-lage, West At Paris, Elizabeth Courtenay, wife of Smitbfield.

G. Blount, Esq. (brother of the late Sir lo Piccadilly, Elizabeth, dangbier of Walter B) As she was proceeding to pay the Rer. W. Ilawmertou, of Tong, vear visit to Lady Newbory, the open carriLeeds.

age in which she sat was overset, and she In Bridge street, aged 175, the widow of received so much injury in her fall, that the late John Freeman, Esq.

sbe did not survive the accident more than At Hiltampton, near Worcester, aged six hours.She was the daughter of John 67, Thomas Selby, Esq. of the Mote, Igb Chichester, Esg. of Aslington, Devonshire. tham, Kent.

At Sharrow Head, near Sheffield, Ma. At Paris, Count Shee, a Peer of France. jor Gen. Pat. Mackenzie, Colonel of the

March 6. At Tasmore, the wife of James 3d Royal Veteran Battalion. Eradshaw, Esq.

At Warwick, Mary, wife of Walter Ru. At Swipesthorpe, near Lincoln, John ding, Esq. late of Westcoates, Dear Lei. Dew Pomfret, Esq. of Tenterden, Kent, cesiershire.

Mr. George Belsham, linco draper, &c. March 8. At St. Magnus, near Bremen of Rayleigh, Essex. Mr. Belsham, with J. E. Heyman, Esq. lare of Hackney. some friends, took a boat, and went to At Pentonville, aged 77, Rich. Brewer, Sheerness upon business. They returned esq. an eminent solicitor in Cow-lane (now about ten o'clock the same evening, and calied King-street,) West Smithfield. He had cast anchor a sliort distance from the was elected in 1774 into the Common shore, the tide at the same time flowing Council for Farringdon Without, and was very fast ; but the wind had not then in many years Deputy of the North side of creased to that ht which was shortly that extensive ward. after experienced. The party had nearly At Hanbury, Worcestershire, the Rev, all got iuto the small boal; in doing which W. Burslem, many years Rector of that Mr. Belsbam, witb a grateful mind, uttered place. the pious ejaculation, “ Thank God, we InGreat George-street, Hanover-square, have got back safe !" at the same instant the wife of Thomas Talbot Harington, Esq. the last person entered the boat, in doing of Seaforth House, Simon's Town, Cape which he caused it to swamp, wheo Mr.

of Good Hope. Belsham fell overboard, and not withstand At Bath, the Right Hon. Lady Louisa ing every exertion on the part of his com. Builer, aunt to the late Earl of Lanesbopanions, who themselves recovered the rough. hoat, they could not rescue bim from a March 9. At Stone Castle, Kent. at an walery grave.

advanced age, the relict of the late J. T. lo Oxford-row, Bath, the relict of the Savary, Esq. of Greenwich. late J. Wasey, Esq. of Prior's Court House, Al Beverley, Lieut. Gen. Cheney. Berks.

At Tooting Common, aged 27, Mary.. At Islington, Peter Dutboit, Esq. Aune, wife of Robert Taylor, jun, esq. of

At Spration, Northamptonshire, Fanny Tolmer's Hall, only child of the Rev. John Helen, only daughter of Robert Ramsden, Watkins, of Clifton Campville, Staffordjun. Esq.

shire. March 7. At Camberwell, in her 60th At Kennington, in his 71st year, Royear, Ann, wife of Capt. Philip Lamb, R.N.

bert Atkinson, esq. In Beaumont-street, the son of W. H. March 10. This night, on an alarm of Roberts, Esq.

fire being giveb, Mr. W. H. Goldwyer, à At Brompton, aged 73, Mrs. Farran, respectable Surgeon, in Bridge-street, widow of tbe late Mr. Robert P. of South Bath, left his house to attend it. Jo Maa Lambeth.

ryport-street, he fell down in a fit; and, At Whitchurch, Salop, aged 12 years, altbough the most prompt Diedieal 48. Skipton, eidest son of the late Rev. Ro. sistance was afforded, the vitał spark bert Mayow, of Latharp, Lancashire. had ied. -Whilst skaiting ou the Rectory Poul, the At Newington Green, the widow of the jce unfortunately gave way, and he was late Robert Wyait, esh. precipitated into a watery grave; and his Jubn R. Cucker, esq. of Lower Grote younger brother, in attempting 10 ware venor-street. kim, had nearly shared the same fule. In Quebec-street, io ber 83d year, Mrs.

At Grundisburgh, near Woodbridge. Augusta Mapoers, second and only surSuffolk, in bis 80th year, Brampton Gur viving daughter of the late Right Hon. don Dillingham, Esq.

Lord William Manners, and aunt to Sir At Brussells, aged 69 years add seven William Mappers, bart. months, his Highness the Duke of Aren. W. Raleigh Smith, esq. Collector of the burg-He lost his sigbt by an accident at Customs at Southampton, and late Chief the age of 24 years, and was remarkable Magistrate of that towo. for the intelligence with which be repaired At Brighton (having survived his young this loss by the aid of his other senses. est daughter only a fortnight), in bis 46en

year,

286 Obituary; with Anecdotes. -- Meteorological Table. (March. year, Henry. Francis Wintle, Esq. of Wal. Company of Vintners in the City of Lonworth.

don, of which Company he was chosen At Northaw, Herts, in his 64th year, Master in the year 1796. He was a man Nathaniel Gould, esq. of Manchester. whose whole conduct through life was most

Suddenly, aged 68, Samuel Rush, esq. Strictly just, honourable, and faithful.

March 11, At Holloway, in his 671h At Wandsworth, in his 7716 year, J. year, Mr. Robert Thorne, one of the old

Mackie, esq. est letter founders in London.

At Stoke Newington, Anne, the wife of At Hammersmith, in his 64th year, J. Daniel Goff, esq. Plank, esq.

At Knightsbridge, aged 84, Michael Un. In Park-street, Grosvennr-square, Rich. derwood, M.D. many years Physician to Warren, esq. formerly Lieut.-Co!, in the the British Lying-in Hospital, and the ac3d regiment of guards.

coucheur who was engaged at the birth of In bis 40th year, Mr. Edmund Aikin, her lase Royal Highness the Princess architect, fourth son of Dr. Aikin, of Stuke Charlotte - Dr. Underwood was the only Newington.

surviving Licentiate in Midwifery of the In Great Surrey-street, iu his 66: h year, Londou College of Physicians, that class W. Sims, esq. formerly Collector of his having been no longer distinguished from Majesty's Customs at the Port of London. other Licentiates.

March 12. At Bury St. Ediound's, at lu Sloane street, in his 81st year, Gen. a very advanced age, the relict of Sir Wil. Walker, of the Royal Artillery. liam Dolben, bait. of Pinedon Hall, At Archer's Lodge, near Southampton, Northamptonshire.

Sum. Harrison, esq. many years MagisMartha-Maria, wife of Richard Arko trale of the County of Hants. wright, juo. esq. of Ashbouro Hall, Der March 15. At Lympslou, Devonshire, byshire.

aged 85, Elizabeth, widow of the late Sir Alexander Mackeuzie, of Avoch, Capt. Edward Howorib, R.N.- This Lady Ross-shire,

was well known in the literary world, and March 13. la Burton Crescent, James for the many admirable productions of her Wbile, 'esq.

pencil. At Stamford. hill, in lis 820 year, G. in Long Acre, in her 820 year, the moBurge, esq.

ther of Mr. Abbolt, auctioneer, of the In Gower-street, aged 25, Mr. William Strand. Oliver, late of the Hou. East India Coni. At Newbury, Berks, the Rev. J. P. Hew. pany's service.

lett, M.A. of Magdalen College, Oxford. March 14. At Newington, in Surrey, At Bronnley, aged 84, Mr. Jacob Chailie, iu hus 741h year, Mr. Thomas Baleman, of the East lovia Company's Home Ser. one of the principal Clerks in the 41. and vice. 51. per cent. Anunity Offices, in the Bank March 21. lo his 1781h year, Mr. W. of England ; and Faiber of tbe Worsbipful Fouch, of Norton-falgale.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for March, 1820. By W. Cary, Strand.

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BILL OT MORTALITY, frons February 12, to March 81, 1820.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 200 | 50 and 60 191 Males 935 Males 973

5 and 10 81 60 and 70 186 Females

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882
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10 and 20 61 70 and .80 133 Whereof have died under 2 years old 935

20 and 50 151 80 and 90 60

30 and 40 203 90 and 100 12 Salt €1. per bushel ; 4£d. per pound.

40 and 50 220

Females 958}

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending March 18, 1820.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly | Oats Beaus

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans. ds. d. s. d.

d.fs. dos. dls. d. Middlesex 76 440 037 11 28 541 2 Essex

71 3132 436 6,27 4/38 4 Surrey 75 7135 637 1/27 044 01 Kont 74 435 036 626 939 % Hertford 69 1040 039 327 943 6 Sussex 70 900 33 024 8148 0 Bedford 70 643 033 626 342 1 Suffolk 71 S 10 34 2.26 0 38 10 Huntingdon 64 600 056 024 441 10 Cambridge63 400 032 919 4/42 4 Northampt. 68 800 035 1 24 241 3 Norfolk 69 1139

0 32 922 3 39 10 Rutland 79 000 0139 623 0/45 6 Lincoln 67 1100 036 11 21 10 13 9 Leicester 68 8,00 0 42 424 0 44 6York

639

4137 323 3/47 2 Nottingham 71 1042 041 926 850 0|| Durham 68

00 024 1100 0 Derby 69 400 0*1724 655 6||Northum. in 844 033 1 25 5/37 3 Stafford

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043 5 26 717 6 Cumberl. 71 547 4129 726 1000 0 Salop 73 5 48 10 10 823 456 10 Westmor. 71 036 033 8 24 500 0 Hereford 68 9151 232 826 850 4 Lancaster 69 1000 000 0 25 550 0 Worcester 70.00 039 651 5/50 0|Chester 66 600 042 0124 41000 Warwick 72 2100 038 4.27 250 6 Flint 61 4.00 0 38 10 24 000 Wilts 71000 0137 4.25

2 Denbigh 63 500 039 323 000 0 Berks 78 6100 037 1/27 744 7 Anglesea 67 0.00 034 017 4100 0 Oxford 74 100 0 36 1/26 735 6) Carnarvon 700 800 031 821 000 0 Bucks

300

0.28 042 9Merioneth 72 1150 040 0,29 4100 0 Brecon 68 600 034 11/27 000 0 Cardigan 61 000 034 012, ojou ( Montgomery 68 .900 035 228 300 0|Pembroke 58 800. 033 1117' ooo Raduer 71 5'00 0134 523 900 0|Carmarti. 66 200 032 017 200 0

Giamorgan 69 000

032 0 22 000 e

Gloucester 73 000 037 027 147 3 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Somerset 76 000 038 121 043 0 17 1141 5136 5,26 10145 5 Monm. 73 900 034 825 600 0

Devon 69 1000 032 200 000 0
Cornwall 69

031 42+ 6000 Dorset 73 600 034 027 046 0

Hants 71 800 0:37 10:24 948
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, March 27, 65s, to 70s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, March 19, 20s.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, March 22, 355. 61d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, March 20.
Kent Bags.............. 31. 3s. to 31. 12s. Kent Pockets

31. 8s. to 31. 183. Sussex Dito 2'. 163. to 3. 5.; Sussex Ditto

31.
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31. 10s. Essex Ditto.... 01. Us. to 0. Os. Essex Di 10 ............

31. Os. to 31. 105. AVERAGE PRICE OP HAY AND STRAW, March 27: Si. Janes's, Hav 41. 19.64. Straw il. 11s. 6il. Cover 51. 45. 6d --'Whitechapel, Hay 41.8s. Siraw 1l. 16s. Cloves til. 10s.- ihtieid, Huy 41.25 6d. Straw ll. 14s. Clover 66. 185. 6d,

SMITHFIELD, Märch 27. To sink the Oñal--per stone of 8lbs. Beef.... .4s. 4d. 10 63. Od. Lan)......

....Os. 0:1. to Os. Od. Motion................

..ts. 40. tu 6, 4d. Head of Catile at Market March 27 : Veal. .5%, 01. to s. Od

Beas's .............. 2.369 Calves 130. .........5s.

01. to 63. 8.1. Sheep and Lainos 11,800 Pigs 250. COALS, Mirch 27: Newcastle 32s. 61. to 425. 01. -Sunderlanıl, 33s. Od. to 43s 6d.

TALLOW, per stone, 815. Tewu Tallow 72s. Od. Yellor Russia 67%. SOAP, Yellow 86s. Mottled 93s. Curd 1025.-CANDI.6$. 11.. 6d. per Duz. Moulds 135. Od.

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fix. Bills. Omnium. Stock. 3pr.Ct. Con. Ct. Con. Con. Navy. Ann.

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