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second week of this month ; white Havan- spirit market has remained in a very de. nah, middling to good was. 345. to 398. pressed and languid state, and the prices Brazil 345.
have been nominal. There are sellers of CoffeeThe market has been declining brandy at 2s. 10d. free on board, to arrive. ever since our last report, till the demand The first accounts of the appearance of the was a little revived by favourable reports vines are looked for with some anxiety. from the continental markets; but at the Hemp, Flar, and Tallow._In the two beginning of this week, the mails bringing first articles little lias been doing to affect the intelligence that the demand had proved the prices. Tallow is now advancing ; the only temporary, and had again subsided, nearest quotation for yellow candle tallow the effect was immediately felt here; the is, to-day, 348. 9d. for new parcels here, holders, however, are less anxious to press 33s. 6d. to 346. 6d. for old, for day delisales, and the leading houses seem disposed very 35s. Cd. for July and August shipto keep back their coffee till the prices shall ments 378. advance." Towards the close of Tuesday's Indigo has advanced from ls, to ls, 6d. market, there were many inquiries for St.
per pound. Domingo, and 61s. and 62s were offered Silk-Italian raw silks are about 2s. for good ordinary; but there were no and thrown 7s. per pound lower than before sellers.
the plans of the Chancellor of the ExcheRum,, Brandy, and Hollands. The quer were brought forward.
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ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. The Rer, R. J. B. Henshaw, of Queen's College, annexed, in the Isle of Wight, vacant by the te. Oxford, has been appointed Domestic Chaplain to signation of the Rer. Dr. Newbolt.The Rer. the Dowager Marchioness of Hertford.-- The Rev. Walter St. John Mildmay, AB, bas also been preThomas Foster, Chaplain of Christ Church, 0x. sented to the Rectory of Shorwell, in the Isle of ford, has been preseuted, by the Dean and Chapter Wight, vacant by the death of the Rev. Nicholas of that Cathedral, to the Vicarage of Cassington, Earle. Oxfordshire.-The Rev. Thomas Lea, MA. of Tri- OXFORD.-Doctor in Divinity.-Rev. Christonity College, Oxford, Rector of Bishops' ltching- pher Lipscomb, Fellow of New College, and lately ton, Warwickshire, has been instituted to the Rec- appointed Bishop of Jamaica. tory of Tadmarton, Oxfordshire.-The Rev. Sir Doctor in Civil Law.-Rev. George Chandler, Henry Dryden. Vicar of Ambrosden, in Oxford- some time Fellow of New College, Grand Como sbire, to the Vicarage of Leeke Wootton, War- pounder wickshire, and Diocese of Litchfield and Coventry. The whole number of Degrees in Lent Term -Rev. J. P. Newby, BA. of St. John's College, was--DD. two; DCL. two; BD. five; MA. thirtyCambridge, to the consolidated Livings of Enderby five; BA, forty-nine. Matriculations, 112. cum Whetstone, Leicestershire --The Rev. Walter CAMBRIDGE.The Rer, J. S. Hewett, MA, St. John Mildmay, AB, has been presented by formerly Fellow of Clare Hall, now Chaplain of Lady Mildmay, ot Doginersfield Park, to the Rec- Downing College and Rector of Rotherhithe, Surtory of Mottistone, with the l'icarage of Shorwell rey, admitted Doctor in Divinity.
BIRTHS. March 23. -At Biserons, near Canterbury, the
Marchioness of Ely, a son. - Lately, Lady Doyles, of Springwood Park, a
daughter. April 1.-In Upper Seymour-street, the lady of
the Hou. W'm. Jervis, a daughter. - In Cumberland-street, the lady of Admiral Sir
R. King, Bart. a son. 4. At the Government House, Jersey, the lady of
bis Excellency, Major-Gen. Sir Colin Halkett,
KCB. and GCH, a daughter. 5. At Stockwell, the lady of Major-Gen. George
Cookson, a son. 16. At Stanley Hall, Shropshire, the lady of Sir
Tyrwhitt Jones, Bart. a son. - The lady of Lieut. Col. Samuel Hall, CB. a
son. 18. At Clapham Common, Mrs.J.H. Butterworth, a son.
MARRIAGES. March 20.-At Marylebone Church, Sir C. R.
Blunt, Bart. of Heathfield Park, Sussex, to Mrs. A'hmuty, of Hereford-stieet, widow of the late
Richard A’hmuty, Esq. 24. At Marylebone Church, by the Rer. Samuel
Johnes, Knight, Sir W. E. Rouse Boughton, Bart. of Downton Hall, Shropshire, and Rouse Lench, Worcestershire, to Charlotte, youngest daughter of Thos. Andrew Kuight, Esq. of
Downton Castle, Herefordshire. - At St. George's, Octavius Wivram, Esq. son of
Sir Robert Wigram, Bart. to Isabella Charlotte
Knox, third danghter of the Bishop of Derry. 27. At Barnborough, near Doncaster, James Pick
eriug Ord, Esq. of Langton Hill, Leicester. shire, to Isabella Frances Hawkwood, eldest daughter of the late Rev. Rich. Hawkwood, and niece to Walter Fawkes, Esq. of Farnley. 30. At St. Andrew's, Holborn, John Edward Gray,
Esq, only son of John Gray, Esq. of Iloinbley Park, Middlesex, to Susannah Elizabeth, only daughter of Henry Revell Reynolds, Esq. of
Bedforl-row. 31. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Dean
of Carlisle, J. Sweatman, jui). of Thornhaughstreet. Bedford-square, to Mary, youukest daughter of Thos. Chevalier, Esq. of South Audley.
street. April 3.-At Brighton, Capt. Jiahir, of Tipperarv, to Mary Anne, eldest danghter of Henry Francis Wintie, Esq. of Walworth, Surrey.
6. At St. Mary's, Lambeth, Francis Tuke, Esq. of
Crutched Friars, to Emily, eldest daughter of
W. Marshall, Esq. of Norwood Lodge, Surrey. 7. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Dean • of Canterbury, G. F. Lockley, Esq. to Harriet
Elizabeth, only danghter of the late Capt. John
Bentham, of the Royal Artillery. - Thomas Robinson, eldest son of A.Ramsey Ro.
binson, Esg. of Kensington, to Frederica, only daughter of the late 'Sir George Brathwaite Boughton, Bart. of Poston Court, Herefordshire, The voung couple eloped from Brussels, where Laly Bratliwaite and her daughter where re
siding. 8. At St. George's, Hanover-square, John Chal.
font Blackden, second son of 'B. Blackden, Esq. of Hughenden, Bucks, to Isabella, eldest daughter of the late Rev. G.. Worsley, Rector
of Stonegrave, in the county of York. - At St. James's, Jesse Cole, Esq. to Letitia
Charlotte, youngest daughter of the late De Courcy Ireland, Esq. avd niece to the Hon. Sir
Edmund Stanley, Chief Justice. &c. Madras. 9. At Pontefract, Samuel Bamford Hamer, Esq. of
the Toner Teinple, to Anne, widow of the late Joseph James Swaby, of Chapel House, and only danghter of Thomas Clark, Esq. of Kurtiogley,
Yorkshire. 10. At St. Georye's, Hanover-square, William Tur
ner, Esq. his Majesty's Secretary of Embassy to the Ottoman Porte, to Mary Ann, eldest daugha
ter of J. Mansfield, Esq. MP. for Leicester. Lately, H. G. Ward, Esq. to Emily, second daughter of Sir Jolin Swinburne, Bart.
Al Littlebam, the Rev. Whitworth Russell, son of the Right Hoil Sir Henry Russell, Bart. 10 Frances, daughter of Vice-Adiniral Carpenter.
IN IRELAND, At Dublin, Sir F. L. Blosse, Bart. to Elizabeth eldest danghter of the Right Hon. W. C. Plankett, Attorney-General.- And J. Plunkett, Esq. his eldest soil, to Charlotte, daughter of the Lord Chicf Justice, the Right Hon. Charles, Kendall Bushe.
DEATHS. March 4.-At Herringfleet Hall, Suffolk, Eliza
beth, wife of A. Merry, Esq. 17. Jesse Ainsworth, Esq. ot' Wicken Hall, bear
Rochdale, Lancashire. 19. Ai his seat, Wenroe Castle, Glamorganslaire,
Robert Jenner, Esq. in his 47th year.
21. At Streatham Park, Thomas Harrison, Esg. 17. John Steyner, fourth son of Charles Bosan- In Upper Gower-street, William Clay, Esq. quet, of Hampstead Heath, in his 22d year. in his 71st year.
18. After a short illness, Edward Jones, Bard to 22. At Bath, Lieutenant-Col. Hill, of the Royal the Prince of Wales, aged 72. He was a native
Marines, aged upwards of 90, the oldest Officer of Merionethshire, and about 30 years ago pube in his Majesty's service.
lished a work entitled, “Relics of the Bards," - At Foston Hall, Derbyshire, C. Broadhurst, which contained much valuable historical inforEsq.
mation;-also a collection of Welsh Airs, ar- Ai Clapham Common, Battersea, in her 65th ranged for the harp, an instrument on which he
vear, after a long illness, Hannah, wife of Geo. performed after the manner of his forefathers, Scholey, Esg. Alderman,
playing the treble with his left hand, and the 24. in his 85th year, Sir George Chetwynd, Bart. bass with the right. He possessed a library of
of Grendon Hall, Warwickshire, and Brocton. rare books, both manuscript and printed, niany Hall, Staffordshire, more than 60 years one of of which lie lately disposed of. He was a Memthe Clerks of his Majesty's most Hon. Privy ber of the Royal Society of Musicians, the Go. Council.
vernors of which, bearing that he was totally - At Eastbourne, aged 87, Mrs. Mortimer, relict upable to follow his professional pursuits, of John Hamilton Mortimer, Esg.
granted him an annuity of 501., but he lived 10 26. At the Rolls House, the Right Hon. Sir Thos. enjoy only the first receipt of their bounty. Plumer, Master of the Rolls, BCL. of University Lately, at Bath, G. H. W. F. Hartopp. AIP. for College, Oxford. His remains were interred in Dundalk. the Rolls Chapel on the 1st of April.---Lord Gif- 20. At the age of 77, Mr. Jobo Murdoch, the early ford has since succeeded to his office.
teacher and friend of the celebrated Burns. - At his residence. Gloucester Lodge, Weymonth, His latter years were passed in indigence, and a W. Young. Esq. in bis 76th year.
Subscription had recently been set on foot for his 27. lo Grosvenor-square, George Musgrove, Esq. relief. Mr. Murdoch was Author of a work en
late MP. for Carlisle, Vice-President of the titled, “The Dictionary of Distinctious," 1811, Magdalen Hospital, &c. aged 81.
and some Publications relative to the study of 20. At his Apartments in the British Museum, in the French Language.
bis 70th year, the Rev. Thomas Maurice, As. 21. In Harley Street, Cavendish Square, aged 71, sistant Keeper of the MSS. at that Institution. Johv Dixon, Esq. of Gledhow, in the county of Mr. Maurice was well known in the literary York, and of Rainham Hall, in the county of world by a variety of publications, both in prose Norfolk, Col. of the First West York Miltia. and verse, but particularly by his " Indian An. - On board the Fury Discovery Vessel, of Dept. tiquities," and " History of Hindostan," works font, Lleut. Johnston, who destroyed himself by which exhibit great diligence of rescarch, and firing a double-barrelled gnn through his head. intimate acquaintance with a department of his. He was a son of Gen. Johnston, and was about tory comparatively little known in Europe.
30 years of age. April 1.-Suddenly, Lord Coleraine, well known 22. At his house in the Circus, at Bath, in his as the celebrated Colonel Hanger.
87th year, the Rev. Dr. Richard Beadon, Lord - At Hillingdon, Middlesex, aged 78, Thomas Bishop of Bath and Wells.
Hussey, Esq. of Guttrim, in the county of
IN SCOTLAND. 3. In Gloucester.place, Anne, wife of Joseph At Edinburgh, Lady Caroline Macdonald, daugh
Tasker, Esq. of Fitzwalters, Essex, in ber 25th ter of the Earl of Mount Edgecumbe. year,
ABROAD. At his father's, in South Audley-street, Thos. Grove, jun. Esq. late Lieutenant-Col. of the At Serampoor, aged 35, Henry Allen Williams, Coldstream Guards.
Commercial Resident at Jungpoor, and elies! - In Half. 110on-street, Piccadilly, aged upwards
son of Henry Thomas Williams, of Park Cresof 70, William Cooke, Esq. of Lincoln's lun,
cent, Port and Place. Barrister-at-law, Author of "Conversation," a
At the Cape of Good Hope, whither he bad re. poem, the “ Life of Macklin," the “Life of paired fruin Madras, for the benefit of air. Peter Foote," &c. Mr. Cooke was a native of Cork, at
Cherry, Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of the Grammar-school of which citv he received
Circuit, Chittoor: in his 5lst vear. bis education. After the death of his first wife he
At Dresden, iu his 720 year, Baron Just, Envoy married the sister of Major Galway, Commander
Extraordinary, and Minister Plenipotentiary of of Trichinopoly.
His Majesty, the King of Saxony, to the court 5. In Soinerset-street, Portman-square, the Hon.
of Great Britain ; after 50 years of honourable Elizabeth Turnour, wife of the Hon. and Rev.
and devoted service. John Turnour, MA. and daughter of the late
At Altona, A. W. Von Gastenburg, one of the Ve. W. Richardson, Accountant-General of the East
terans of German literature, in his Sith year. India Company
At Paris, March 26, George Heron Lynn, Esg. of 7. At Knightsbridge, Colonel Robert Ellis, late of
Southwick Hall, Northamptonshire. the 25th Light Dragoons.
At Berhain poor, Elizabeth, wife of Lieut. A. Tay. - Joanna. youngest daughter of the late Benj.
lor, 38th Regt. of Foot, and eldest daughter of Bass, Esq. of Barnard Castle, Durham.
the Rev. Dr. John Taylor, of Leominster, Here. 8. At Walthainstow. in his 61st year, William
fordshire. Mathew Raikes, Esq.
At Genoa, 29th of March, Charlotte, wife of Major 9. Age 21), Benjainin, son of the Right Hon. John
Gen. James Gubbins, in her 41st year. Radclift.
At Rome, drowned in the Tiber, by her horse - At Great Abshot House, Hants, aged 70, John
falling in, Miss Bathurst, niece to Lord Aylmer, Blagrove, Esq. of Jamaica, and of Auherwyke
ased 17. Her father, Mr. Bathurst, who was House, Bucks.
Embassador at the Court of Prussia, some years In Henrietta-street, Cavendish-square, Major ago, suldenly disappeared while travelling Doveton, of the Madras Establishment, and MP.
through a forest on his way to Hamburgh, nor for Lancaster.
was his body, or any trace of him, ever fonud. - At Dincroft House, near Staines, Samuel Jer. At Rome, in her (i5th year, Emily, Duchess Dowaram, Esq. aged 48.
ger of Devonshire, sister to the present Earl of 11. At Finchley, Thos. Harrison Andrews, Esq. in
Bristol, and sister-in-law to the Earl of Lirerhis 67th year.
pool, by his first Countess. Her Grace's death 13. At Netherby, Cumberland, aged 62, Sir James is a severe loss to the Arts, at Rome, which she Graliam, Bart.
was liberal in encouraging to the very extent of - Of Apoplexy, Robert Galloway Mackintosh,
her fortune; and whose siores she considerably Esq. of Guilford Street.
enriched by rescuing from destruction many - At her father's, at Ongar, Miss Jane Taylor, precious relics and monuments of antiqnity:
author of " Essavs in Rhyme." “ Displav, &c." great sums were expended by her in extensive 15, At Hastings, where he had gone for the reco.
excurativne in that city. Her remains will be very of his health, John Slegs, Jun. of Bernard brunght to England, and will lie in state at DeStree!, Russeli Square.
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