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382 Additions to Obituary.Meteorological Table. [April,

April 20. William, eldest son of Mr. Aged 36, Solomon de Medina, jun. esq. Blamire, of Great Coram-street.

April 22. In his 13th year, the Hon. In her 58th year, Anne Sarah, wife of Wm. St. Lawrence, second son to the Mr. Thos. Morris, of Prince's.place, Ken Earl of Howth. pington.

In his counting house, Seething lane, April 21. In Manchester-square, Rev. suddenly, Edward Friend, esq. late of Robi. Verney, of Claydon House, Bucks. Fieldgale-street.

Mr. Christopher Hall, of Halkin-street, In bis 55th year, Mr. John Moore, of Grosvenor-place.

Aldgate H gh-street.

ADDITIONS TO THE OBITUARY.

Vol. LXXXIX. ii. p. 369.-The will of neral of bis said half-brothers, &c. The the Duke of Richmond was administered copyhold and customary estates are left to to in Doctors' Commons on the 13th in the heirs male of the testator's late fa. stant. All his real estate is devised to the ther, the Hon. Hugh Somerville, deceased ; present Duke, sole executor, in the most in default thereof, to bis beirs general, concise teras, the whole contents being with remainder 10 his own right heirs for in a single page of common paper. The ever. The principal pecuniary legacies effects were necessarily sworn tu for the are to the teslator's half brothers and sisassessment of the probate duty: Their ters, who are the residuary legatees. amount was stated to be under 20,0001. Vol. LXXXIX. ij. page 572.-There is

Vol. LXXXIX. ii, p. 370.–The will and no part of Mr. Errington's large property codicil of the late Lord Somerville was that goes to Lord Hill, nor is Lord Hill proved in the Prerogative Court, on 19th brother of Lord Berwick, nor did Lord March, by William Wingfield, esq. one Berwick distinguish himself in the Penioof the executors. The personal esiale is sular War. But Lady Broughton devised sworn to uuder the sum of 10,0001. The her real estates (derived from her first whole of his real estates are devised to his husband, Sir Brian Broughton Delves, own male issue; and in default thereof, to bart.), after the death of her second hushis brother, Mark Somerville, and his male band, Mr. Errington, to her nephews, the issue, with like remainder to his other Hon. William Hilli, and the Hon, and balf-brothers, Kenelm Somerville and Rev. Richard Hill, brothers of Lord BerWilliam Somerville, and their male issue; wick. Their sister, the Countess of Aylesafter, to the heirs male of the body of the bury, receives, it is believed, little, if any person who first had the title, honour, and advantage under the will. Lady Broughpeerage of Lord Somerville, to which he, ton was daughter of Thomas Hill, esq. of the testator, succeeded by lineal descent; Tern, in the county of Salop, father of the and failing such issue, to the heirs ge- first Lord Berwick.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for April, 1820. By W. CARY, Strand.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from March 21, to April 25, 1820.
Christened.
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2 and 5 202 | 50 and 60 193 Males - 1099 Males 1002

5 and 10 80 60 and 70 113 2189

2092 Females . 1090 Females 1090

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20 and 30 156 80 and 0 78

30 and 40 203 | 90 and 100 3 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4 d. per pound.

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INLAND COUNTIES,

MARITIME COUNTIES,
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S. d. s. d. s. d. s. dls. d. Middlesex 73 4139 037 1 28 10 11 1 Essex 71 336 0 35 8,25 6 37 10 Surrey 73 635 0135 827 2 43 81 Kent 69 2136 037 1 25 938 4 Hertford 67 600 037 0/26 5 12 6 | Sussex 68 500 037 2 25 6+3 6 Bedford 65 740 0137 6 26 340 Suffolk 69 1100 0 35 3 26 639 7 Huniingdon 61 300 031 2 23 840 5 Cambridge62 2140 0132 8/22

6/12 Northampt. 66 2 44 0136 8 23

4 42 9 Norfolk 69 1 +0 032 323 640 0 Rulland 68 600 036 628

0 43 0 Lincoln 65 648 037 11 22 2 +3 17 Leicester 69 600 0139 2 23 8 43 6|York 66 039 037 923 0+5 11 Nottingham 70 0 +0 0 41 6 26 5 44.5 Durham 67 7100 000 0 26 500 0 Derby 70 800 0144 025 355 2 Northum. 67 846 233 924 11 32 8 Stafford 73 1100 042 11 27 147 11 Cumberl. 71 6 47 4135 724 10) 0 Salop 69 10.45 4110 329 553 4 Westmor. 76 10 12

0 25 900 0 Hereford 72 052 031 5/28 1050 101 Lancaster 71 200 00

00.26 900 0 Worcester 67 900 0139 0.30 648 il Chester 64 700 0 41 425 1000 0 Warwick 70 000 037 627 651 4 | Flint 61 2100 38 127 0100 Wilts 65 400 034 4.27 3 48 5| Denbigh 65 200

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032 617 200 Radnor 73 200 ol36 027 9:00 0|Carmarth. 66 200 034 217 10 10

Glainorgan 71 11 00 035 025 4.00
Gloucester 70 000 035 526

4145 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Somerset 73 1100 035 818 6 47 69 2141 9138 5125 3,43 11| Monm. 74 10100 038 436 000

Devon 72 700 032 718 900 0
Cornwall 73 000 033 11 28 700
Dorset 71 1000 034 000 000 0
Hants 69 6100 034 10 24 5140 11

PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, April 24, 60s. to 65s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, April 15, 25s. 11d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, April 19, 375. 31d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, April 24. Kent Bags.............. 31. 6s. to 41. 2s. Kent Pockets

31. 10s. to 41. 10s. Sussex Ditto ............ 21. 18s. to 31. 10s.

Sussex Ditto

31. Os. to 31. 16s. Essex Ditto.............. 31. Os. to 31. 18s. Essex Ditto .............

31. Os. to 41. 2s. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, April 24 : St. James's, Hay 31. 18s. Straw ll. 18s. Od. Clover Ul. Os. Od.-Whitechapel, Hay 41. 3s. Straw 11, 12s. Clover 6l. 16s. 60.--Smithfield, Hay 41. Os. Od. Straw 11. 9s. Clover 51. 15s. SMITHFIELD, April 24. To sink the Offal--per stone of 8lbs. ..4s. 4d. to 5s. 8d. Lamb.........

...75. Od. to Os. 9d. Mutton.......................5s. 6d. to 6s. 6d. Head of Cattle at Market April 24 : Veal . ..5s. Od. to 6s. 4d Beasts.

2246 Calves 150. Pork.......... ...5s. 0:1. to 6s. 4d. Sheep and Larabs 10,620 Pigs, 270. COALS, April 26: Newcastle 31s. 60. to 40s. tid. --Sunderland, 325. 3d. to 41s. Od.

TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallow 65s. Od. Yellow Russia 65s. SOAP, Yellow 8Gs. Mottled 98s, Curd 1023.-CANDLES, 11s. 6d, per Dor. Moulds 13s, Od.

Beef.............

[ 384 ] THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHares and other PROPERTY, in April, 1820 (to the 24th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge street, London.

Grand Junction, 2201. Div. 91. per Ann. - Monmouthshire, 1401. ex Half-year's Div. 51. — Ellesmere, 75l. 41. per Ann.--Dudley, 621. ex Half-Year's Div. N. 10s.Grand Surrey, 641.-Regent's, 331.-Lancaster, 281.--Worcester and Birmingham, 251. Kennet and Avon, 191. Div. 11. — Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 101. 10s.Ditto Bonds, 851. per Cent. - West India Dock, 1731. Div. 101. per Ann. - London Dock, 741. 31.

- Globe Assurance, 1171. Div. 61. — Imperial, 781. ex Half-year's Div. 21. 58. — Atlas, 41. 2s.-Vauxball Bridge, 211.-Southwark Bridge Old Shares, 171. 10s.--New Ditto, 141. 10s.--Waterloo Bridge, 51, 10s. — Grand Junction Water Works, 351. 10s.-London Bridge Ditto, 501. with 1l. 5s. Half-year's Div. — Portsmouth and Farlington, 201. Westminster Gas Light Company, 591. ex Div. 21. Half-year. - Russel Institution, 121. 12s. Surrey Dilto, 81. 88.- Highgate Archway, 61. Kentish Town Junction Road, 121.- London Instirution, 39 Guineas.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

« In an

J. O, is referred for the Pedigrees he inform your Readers that the Gazette of enquires after, to the Heralds' College. Feb. 22, contains the Proclamation usually

T. Molineux will find the anecdote of issued, at the commencement of each new Abp. Usher he enquires after, in vol.

reign, for the encouragement of piety and LXII. p. 715.

virtue,and for the preventing and punishing A COUNTRY GENTLEMAN's Question con

of vice, profaneness, and immorality.-I

wish to ask whether that Proclamation cerning the Marquis of Stafford's Picture Gallery, is of too delicate a nature for a

was issued earlier in the reign of our

late beloved King than the 27th year, i. e. Public Print, An answer might be had for a shilling at the Prerogative office.

in the year 1787;--and by what former

King it had been issued?" J. Beatson, in reply to a CONSTANT

M. observes, “ a toast is often given in Reader, (p. 290.) adduces the following circumstance:-The Rev. T. G. Clare, Family—and may they never forget the

certain public companies— The Royal rector of St. Andrew's, Holborn, who died

principles which placed them on the June 4, 1819," lived at the parsonage

Throne.' Tbe sentiment is not suffi. house, St. Andrew's-court, and his widow

ciently explanatory, as it does not allude remained in the house for more than three months after, for by law she is given firmed by the Act of Settlement, as being

to their rightful claims by descent, consix months grace to remove.”

the next in the Protestant succession after In farther answer to Mentor, p. 222, the death of Queen Anvè, without issue.” a QUONDAM CHURCH WARDEN says,

WHITCHURCH States, that the armorialin. action upon the case for a disturbance of signia of Earl Nelson, Sir Wm. Domville, the enjoyment of a pew; if the plaintiff &c. are frequently seen with the shield claims by prescription, he must state quarterly ; in the first quarter, the Arms it in the declaration as appurtenant to a

as augmented and enriched by royal ormessuage in the parish. This prescrip- der ; the second containing the Arms as tion may be supported by an enjoyment used before the augmentation; (the third for 36 years, and perhaps for any time and fourth a family quartering of ancesabove 20 years. - lo such an action

try;) is not this to be considered as a re. against the Ordinary, the plaintiff must

dundant method, it making the interest. allege and prove repairs of the pew."

ing objects in the augmentation too miA CORRESPONDENT replies to the lue

nute to be well distinguished ? also is not quiry (p. 2.) respecting the issue of Lucy

the royal augmentation intended to do Knivett, daughter of John Knivett, of

away the use of the former coat? Norwich, esq. who married Lucy, daugh. Oscar asks, « When a man inarries an ter and co-heir of Charles Suckling, esq. heiress, who afterwards dies in his lifeof Bracondale, Norfolk. By her he had

time, ought he after her death to quarter issue : 1st. Paston Knivett; 2d. Thomas her coat with his own? Or otherwise, Knivett; 3d. Jobn Knivett, buried at how is it to be known that bis wife is not Trowse, Norfolk, 1685-6; 4th. Jobn or Jo

still living, if he wishes to continue bearnathan Knivett, Captain in the army, bu. ing her coat, which he may do?" ried at Trowse, but has since been re

G. H. W. says, “in p. 188, Mr. Dick moved to Ashwelthorp, Norfolk ; 5th. Chas. is called " heir to the title of Braid." Knivett; 6th. Henry Knivett; 7th. Eliza.

Query, whether any such title ever exist. beth Knivett, married Henry Wilson, esq.; ed ?"- Probably, beir to the Scotch Ba. 8th. Lucy Knivett, married first, John Holt,

ronetage of Dick, of Braid, in Mid-Lothian, esq. and 2d, John Field ; 9th. Catherine

was meant. Knivett.

In the preface to “ Hasted's Kent," MINIMUS E CLERIS says, “It is one 8vo. 1797, the Author, in stating the emof the questions usually put by the Go barrassments frequently arising from the vernors of Queen Anne's Bounty prior to neglect of pedigrees, and the consequent the augmentation of any small living advertisements for the next of kin, says, Is the Living a Chapel of Ease or a Perpe. “ The well-known loss of the Selby Estate tual Curacy?' He wishes therefore to to the right heir, is a recent instance ask, 1. " What is the distinction between

what care ought to be taken in this para Chapel of Ease and a Perpetual Curacy? ticular."-W.S. is anxious to ascertain -2. If there be a distinction, are Chapels what Selby estate is alluded to, or any of Ease (distinct from Perpetual Curacies) circumstances connected therewith. numerous ?-3. Are not those Perpetual An Old CORRESPONDENT is referred for Curacies, which are under a Mother Church, an explanation of an oriel window, to vol. likewise Chapels of Ease ?”

LXIX, p. 191. CLERICUS LANCASTRIENSIS remarks, “la A complete List of the New Parliament your Magazine for March (page 271), you shall be given in our SUPPLEMENT.

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