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1820.) Obituary; with Anecdotes of remarkable Persons. 93

At Eton, Miss Keate, sister to the Rev. Taylor, esq. of the King's Remembrancer's Dr. Keate, Head Master at Eton College. Office, Exchequer, Temple,

At Twickenham, aged 59, John Taylor, Aged 66, Mr. Edward Cockerton, of esq. merchant, in Broad-street.

Aldersgate-street.
At Gbent, in her 13th year, Lydia At Exeter, in her 77th year, Mary,
Neunburg, daughter of G. B. Lonsdale, Dowager Countess of Rothes, relict of the
esq. of London.

late S. Langton, esq. of Langton, Lin-
In Bishopsgate-street, aged 68, Mr. colnshire.
Wm. Budden, of Rochester.

In Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, in
At West End, in the parish of Fewston, his 56th year, Nathaniel Halford, esq.
Yorkshire, in his 110th year, Mr. John Attorney-at-law..
Demaine.-The chief amusement of his life Jan. 12. In bis 43d year, Mr. John
was hunting, which he always pursued on Wood, of the form of Baipbridge and Wood,
foot, and which he continued until within of Holborn,
the last five years of bis life. He was At Ickwell Bury, Beds, Susan, eldest
never known to exchange his clothes, howe daughter of the late John Harvey, esq.
ever wet, and never experienced a day's At Peckham, aged 52, Mrs. Draper.
confinement from illness in his life. After The Hon. Mrs. Harley, relict of the
he had attained his 100th year, he coin Rev. Dr. John Harley, Bp, of Hereford
plained that he was grown old, and could (who died in 1788), and mother of the Earl
not leap over a style or a ditch with his of Oxford,
customary agility.

At Twickenham, James Hatfield, only
Jan. 8. At Whitley, near Coventry, son of S. Thomas Cole, esq.
Caroline, daughter of the late Richard At Exeter, Mr. William Tozer, of Sud.
Bury, esq. of Coventry.

bury, Suffolk.
Johu Baines, esq. of Skipton, brother of Jan. 13. Edward Browne, esq. of Cas-
the late Mrs. Netherwood, of the same tlemoyle, co. Connaught, in Ireland.
place.

About three o'clock this day, as he was In George-street, Hanover-street, aged passing near Elorseleap, accompanied by 66, Charles Warde, esq. of Squerries' his servant, in a gig, he received a shot, Lodge, Kent.

which caused his immediate death. He Jan. 9. Wm. T. Taylor, esq. of Turn was, it is supposed, mistaken for anotber ham-green Terrace, Deputy Inspector of person, whose extraordinary zéal in supHospitals in the British Army.

pressing sedition has lately made him obAged 105, John Edwards, a pauper in noxious to the disaffected peasantry; and the workhouse of St. Ives, Huntingdon we have to regret that this inestimable shire.

young man has fallen a victim to sucha At Amersham, Bucks, in her 66th year, uomerited revenge. His remains were reMrs. Kenyon.

moved shortly after to his brother-in-law's, At Spennels, near Kidderminster, Mr. Joho Nolan, of Balmderry, esq. The disFrost, one of the Magistrates of that bo. traction in which thai family, witb bis otber rough.

numerous friends and relatives, are inIn Margaret-street, Carendish-square, volved, cannot be described, in his 83d year, Mr. Denis Jacob.

At Southampton, the relict of the late Jan. 10. At Little Syon, the Right Hon. P. Breton, esq. Lady Elizabeth Percy, second daughter of At Catton, Norfolk, Robert Harsey. the late and sister of the present Duke esq. a Justice of the Peace for that cousof Northumberland.

ty, and for the city of Norwich. Aged 18, Charlotte Anne, only daughter At Horton-place, near Epsom, Surses of Charles Gwilt, esq. of Icklingham, aged 70, Elizabeth, wife of James T. Suffolk.

At Hammersmith, in his 57th year, Ja'. In Sloane-street, in ber ist year, Bir Nott, esq.

Thomson, late of Greenwich. In Mount-street, Mile-end, in his 57th Jan. 14. At Hampsiead, an year, Mr. A. Sibbald, formerly of Barba- year, Jean, relict of the late Robe

91 does; but since, for many years, of Tru. ligan, esq. of Rosslyn House, man's Brewery, Spitalfields.

At Tamfield-house, rear la

192 Jan. 11. At Tilbuster Lodge, near 76, Elizabeth, only sister Godstone, in her 17th year, Joanna, daugh- gen. Chapman. ter of Alexander Macleay, esq.

In Friday-street, er de Sussanna, wife of W. Breach, esq. of 42, Jeremiah Compresso Sloane-street.

of Hopkins and Cog In Great Surrey-street, Jane, wife 'ay-street

. Sed Thomas Adderley, esq. In Paradise-row, Chelsea, Anne,

Westminster; of William Bulkeley, esq. formerly

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94 Obituary; with Anecdotes-Meteorological Table. [Jan. of the Hon. General John Crewe, only son Jan. 17. In New Cavendish-street, aged and heir of the Right Hon. John Lord 76, Lieutenant.general James Campbell. Crewe, of Crewe, in Cheshire. She was At his house in Gloucester-terrace, the daughter of Hungerford, esq. Mile-end (iu consequence of a fall from of Calne, Wilts; was married May 5,1807, the steru of the ship Richard and Sibbella), and bas left one son and two daughters. aged 60, Mr. Richard Redman.

Jan. 15. At Bath, aged 81, Mrs. Sarah Richard Clerke, esq. of Kengston, Ox, Martha Holroyd, only surviving sister of fordshire. the earl of Sheffield.

In Souih-street, West-square, in his In Kirby-street, Hatton-garden, Chris. 74th year, James Hedger, esq. tiana, wife of William Lodder, esq.

At Walworth, at a very advanced age, Walter Small Griffith, esq. late a Lieu. William Paul, esq. tenant in the 1st Garrison Battalion, Jan. 18. Aged 92, the widow of the youngest son of E. Griffith, esq. of the late Mr. Linley, formerly of Drury-lane Police Office, Shadwell.

Theatre, who was the father of the first At Highgate, the son of Nath. Harden, Mrs. Sheridan. .

Aged 75, the relict of Mr. William Iron. In Charlotte-street, Bloomsbury, in her monger, of Derby; and daughter of the 65th year, the relict of the late B. Boswell, late William Toplis, esq. of Wirksworth, esq. of Irer Lodge, Bucks.

Derbyshire. At Kennington, aged 43, Harriet, the At Edmonton, in his 10th year, James, wife of Mr. L. Swainson, of Nag's Head son of Mr. William Tait, and grandson of court, Gracechurch-street.

Dr. Johu Hunter, Prosessor of Humanity At Highgate, Elizabeth, fourth daugh-, in the University of St. Andrew. ter of the late William Bloxam, esq.

lo Buckingham-street, Fitzroy.square, Jan. 16. In Sloane-street, the widow of aged 73, Mrs. Cornell. the late John Andre, esq. formerly of New Jan. 19. In Queen-street, May Fair, Bond-street.

at a very advanced age, the Hon. Calhe. Io Bloomsbury square, the widow of the rine Neville, daughter, of William, 14th late Joseph Lyon, esq.

Lord Abergavenny. She was boru June 20), At Wimbledon, aged 80, Mr. Jobn Ed. 1728, and was sister to the late, and aunt wards, one of the oldest inhabitants of that to the present Earl of Abergavenny. place.

Marrisco, wife of Mr. Henry Okey, of Aged 77, Mrs. Chawner, of Upper Guild- Tavistock.place, Russell-square. ford-street.

Jan. 21. At his seat ‘at Blake-ball, At Maida-hill, in her 77th year, Hen near Ongar, ju bis 75th year, Capel Cure, rietta, widow of the late Rear Admiral Jah esq. of Great George. street, Westminster. leel Brenton, and mother of Sir J. Bren Jan. 26. At Forty.bill, Enfield, aged ton, bart, and of Capt. E. Brenton, R. N. 7), Mrs. Crozier.

MeteoROLOGICAL Table for January, 1820. Taken at 9 o'clock, A.M.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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26 29, 28
27 29, 28
28 129,28
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11 99,79 28 S.W.

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18 29,25 30 N.E.

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20 29, 44 30 N. fair
21 29,03 37 S.W.

snow 22 |29,93 25 N. fair 23 29,98

S. fair 24 29, 69 39 S.W. fair 25 129,79 43 S.

cloudy T. BLUNT, 22, Cornhill,

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from December 21, 1819, to January 25, 1820.
Christened.
Buried.

2 agd 5 161 | 30 and 60 167 Males 975

Males
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5 and 10) 72 | 60 and 70 153 1998

1675 Females 923 ) Females 820

10 and 20 49 | 70 and 80 112 Whereof have died under 2 years old 401

20 and 30 123 80 and 90 70

30 and 40 177 90 and 100 15 Salt £ 1. per bushel ; 4 d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 15, 1820.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly Oats (Beans

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

d./s. d. s. d.'s. d. s. d. Middlesex 64 900 033 225 4 41 101 Essex 63 4/310 31 0 23 537 0 Surrey

65 1 33 0 31 11 25 1043 0 Kent 63 500 033 5 24 10 38 11 Hertford

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(35 1195 8 45 6 Sussex 59 8100 030 323 9/46 0 Bedford 60 11 39 0132 525 940 8 Suffolk 61 335 631 023 8 36 3 Huntingdon 53 4100 0 2/21 040 of Cainbridge57 600 027 818 239 3 Northampt. 60

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0130 722 341 0 Norfolk 59 533 226 9 22 638 9 Rutland 62 600 034

626 0 54 6 Lincoln 59 036 032 11 19 6 41 9 Leicester 64 700

4123 8:30 0 York 59 938 334 920 743 8 Nottingham 65 936 638 0/25 1053 8|Durham 57 11.00 036 921 500 0 Derby 67 4100 041 225 059 3 Northum. 56 0 40 4130 122 9 33 4 Stafford 63 10100 037 10/23 247 9 Cumberl. 61 447 729

221 800 0 Salop 67 3146 039 2 27 358 8|Westmor. 63 4.38 0 36 5 21 800 0 Hereford 694151 2 30 9 29 4148 2 Lancaster 63 700 000 0 24 500 0 Worcester 61 10/54 037 1130 (52 0||Chester 59 700 0 40 423 200 0 Warwick 63 400 0139 030) 8 54

5 Flint 59 2100 040 1 25 600 0 Wilts 61 10100 030 225 946 4||Denbigh 60 1000 039 022

1 44 10 Berks 62 600 031 4123 342 G||Anglesea 65 300 0 34 916 000 0 Oxford 61 400 030 4123 8 +0 (Carnarvon 70 300 0 36 826 000 0 Bucks 62 3100 033 626 442 9Merioneth 73 10 48 040 0/25 8100 0 Brecon 76 049 739 024 800 0 Cardigan 72 000 044 018 8100 0 Montgomery 63 500 033 728 9.00 0 Pembroke 58 700 035 217 900 0 Radzor 72 4100 036 127 3100 0 Carmarth. 70 800 0 39 918 300 0

Glamorgan 70 800 033 420 000 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 62 600 033 1 25 547 63 1040 8134 1123 8144 3Somerset 69 900 031922 140

Monm. 70 400 035, 028 000 Average of Scotland, per quarter. Devon 65 11.00 030 4 16 000 00 0,00 0,00 00 00:00 Cornwall 66 300 030 223 000 0

Dorset 66 2100 027 1027 000 0

Hants 62 Oloo 028 0.23 7 44 6
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, January 24, 55s. to 60s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, January 15, 25s. 10d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, January 19, 343. 7£d. per cwt.

PRICE OP HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, Jannary 2+. Kent Bags.......... 31. 35. to 41. Os. | Kent Pockets

31. 8s. to fl. 10s. Sussex Ditto 21. 16s. to 31. 8s. Sussex Ditto

31.

36. to 31. 14s. Essex Ditto............. 21. 16s. to 31. 14s. Essex Diito

31. Os. to 41. Os. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 24 : St. James's, Hay 41. 3s. 6d. Straw 1l. 10s. Od. Clover 01. Os. · Whitechapel, Hay 31. 19s. Straw 11. 12s. Od. Clover 51. 10s.--Smithfield, Hay 31. 165. Straw 11. 9s. Clover 51. 17s.6d.

Veal ..............

SMITHFIELD, January 24. To siuk the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef.................. .4s. 4d. to 5s. 4d. | Lamb....... ..........Os. Od. to Os. Od. Mutton....................

.4s. 8d. to 5s. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market Jan. 24 : ..........5s. Od. to 6s.

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24 14 Calves 120. Pork.......................5s. 6d, to 6s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 13,920 Pigs 200. COALS, January 24: Newcastle 35s. Od. to 44s. 6d.-Sunderland, 41s. to 41s. 6d.

TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallow 63s. 6d. Yellow Russia 585. SOAP, Yellow 86s. Mottled 98s. Curd'1 02s.-CANDLES, 11s. Od: per Doz. Moulds 12s. 6d.

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