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At Ramsgate, James Townley, jun. esq. Mr. Connor, box-book-keeper of the eldest son of James T. esq. of that place. Manche ter Theatre.

At Leicester, Mr. Samuel Taylor, for- 77, In Charles-street, Berkeley-square, merly a grocer there.

Lady Anne Wombweli. At Dublin, Andrew Caldwell, esq. dis- Aged 55, Mrs. Harrison, wife of Thotinguished for his literrry pursuits, and mas H. esq: wine-mere! a it, of Brompton, encouragement of the fine arts.

and owner of the New Huinmums Covent3. Rev. Richard Jervis, curate of Stoke garden; leaving a large family of childten. Golding, co. Leicester, and master of the Aged 18, Mr. Henry-Frederick Alling, Free-school there, foundců by Mrs. Hodges. ston, son of an eminent factor, at fiareland,

At Southampton, in her 5th year, after Essex. He was on his way home to Kedfive days illness of a scarlet fever, the font, from a friend's house in the Newingyoungest daughter of Brig.-gen. Browne, ton Road, after having spent a convivial

In Ranelagh-street, Pimlico, aged 74, of evening with a party of friends. The an apoplectic fit, Thomas Coles, esq. one young gentleman had accompanied his of the pages of his Majesty's bed-cham- aunt on the visit; and after the supperber, and 33 years steward to the late "cloth had been removed, dancing was inDuke of Roxburgh.

troduced, in which Mr. A. exerted himself 4. At Taunton, Somerset, Mrs. Roberts, for upwards of two hours, in apparent good relict of Gen. R. M. P. for that borough. health and spirits. He, however, had not

Of the scarlet fever, of which her elder got a quarter of a mile from the house, sister had died a fortnight before, Miss when in the act of sporting about, and Hannah Bogtr, daughter of Capt. B. of the jumping over soine railing, he dropped Royal Artillery, stationed at Newcastle. down and expired in a short time, froin the

Aged 46, Mr. Edward Gray, surgeon, of rupture of a blood vessel. Billingborough, co. Lincoln.

8. At his apartments at Islington, aged In Camberwell-grove, Surrey, Abigail, 55, Mr. William Gaisford, cloth-presser, relict of William Scullard, esq.

of Little Britain. Aged 61, Mr. James Bridges, of George- This morning were deposited, in the farow, Bermondsey, Surrey.

mily-vault at Henlow, Beds, the remains 5. At Upton, near Windsor, Berks, of Mrs. Robinson, relict of John R. esce Rear-admiral Thomas Boston.

and second daughter of the late Mr. Hicks, In Montague-street, Bloomsbury, aged surgeon of Shefford. Her memory wil 23, Mrs. Harriet Mills.

long be dear to her numerous relatives, While dancing at Lady Campbell's, in and acquaintance; the former of whom Wimpole-street, Thomas Calvert, jan. esq. have lost in her a most affectionate friend son of Tho. C. esq. of South Audley-street. and attentive sister; the latter an easy,

6. In her 17th year, Miss Emma Mar- chearful, and agreeable companion. A sha'm, third daugh. of the Hon. and Rev. painful and acute disease, under which, Dr. Jacob Marsham, canon of Windsor. in the certain prospect of its fatal termi

Suddenly, much reg etted on account of nation, she suffered for many months his pieasantry and ready wit, 'William with a greatness of mind truly Christian, Churchill, esq. of Henbury, Dorsetshire, closed the career of this excellent woman, of the same family as John Churchill, Duke at an early period of life, and in the midst of Marlborough, and the lineal represen- of the most dignified and uninterrupted tative, by his mother's side, of the origi- enjoyment. nal stock from which the Lowndes's of 9. Mrs. So heby, of Hampstead, wife of Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire are Mr. Samuel S. bookseller, in the Strand. sprung ; his mother being Sarah Lowndes, Suldenly, George-Frederick Herman, a the daughter and sole heiress of John grazier or farmer, who a sort time since Lowndes, Esq. of Overton and Lea-hall, resided in the neighbourhood of Burfield, in Cheshire, and of Shepłerd's Well, in Bucks. He had taken a hackney-coach in Kent. He married to his first wife Lady Westminster, and ordered the coachman Louisa Greville, sister to the Earl of War. to drive to Newington, after calling at a wick, by whoin he has left a son and heir; house on his way thither. On the arrival his second wife, now a widow, was the re- of the coachman at the end of his joumey, lict of the late Earl of Stafford. Mr. he found his passenger a corpse. He was Churchill was great nephew and one of the somewhat inebriated when he got into the heirs of Thomas Lowndes, esq. a clerk in coach, and had been vomiting profusely. the Treasury, who founded an Astronomi. Master Heath, son of Mr, Charles H. cal Professorship at Cambridge; and who printer, Monmouth. While bathing in the at great expence and trouble invented the river Wye, at Chippenham, adjoining that Bay-Salt that goes by his name, but for town, he got out of his depth, attempting which invention 25,0001. is still claimed to swim with bladders, and was unfortufrom Government, by the representatives nately drowned. of the above Thomas Lowndes, who died At Clapton, suddenly, Mis, Susannah in 1748. See our vol, LIII. pp. 937, Graham, late of Liskeard, Cornwall. 1014.

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10. At his house in Clement's inn, Mr. 17. At her house in Serjeant's-inn, FleetThomas Hurnall Shaw.

street, of which she had been an inhabit11. In Great Russell-street, Blooms- ant more than half a century, and in the bury, 'William Provis, esq. of Sheptor. 90th year of her age, Mrs. Sarah PockMallet, and of the Crescent, Bath ; a gen- lington, widow of Robert P. esq. of Chelstleman highly respected and esteemed. worth in Suffolk, : 12. In Sloane-street, Mrs. Smallwood. Greatly lamented by a numerous circle

In Fleet-street, a boy about seven years of friends, Mrs. Billingsley, wife of Ed. old, the son of Mrs. White, an industrious vard B. esq. of Hockwold-hall, Norfolk. laundress near Temple-bar. He was left 18. At the vicarage-house, Pethan, in care of a gentleman's horse while he Kent, in the 68th year of his age, the Rev. » went into the Temple, and incautiously Thomas Randolph, M.A. He was brother put his foot into the st.irrup, as if to to the present Bishop of Bangor, and eld. mount. The aniinal, being spirited, start- est son of the late Rev. Thomas Randolpli, ed off, and, with the boy's foot entangled D.D. Archdeacon of Oxford, and Lady in the, stirrup, dragged him along the Margaret's professor of Divinity, and prestreet till his head was dashed in pieces: şident of C. C. C. in that University. He His wother flew to extricate him, withont was educated at Westininster School, and any knowledge of its being her own child. was formerly student of Ch. Ch. Oxfordt.

13. At Pentonville, after only two hours He had been inany years rector of the iness, aged 5S, Mr. Edward Harris, an united parishes of Saltwood and Hythe; highly-respected member of the Stock Ex- and also vicar of Petham and Walthain, change, and one of the proprietors of the Kent. He was also in the conmission of New River. His remains were interred, on the peace for that county; a diligent pathe 22d, in Hackney church-yard, as near rish priest, and active magistrate; and has as possible to those of his much-esteemed died universally lamented and regretted. friend, the late Mr. Sheriff Nicholson, who At Cotesbach, co. Leicester, after many dicu, almost as suddenly, of a mortifica- years illness, aged 67, the Rev. Robert ton in his arm, Nov. 9, 1806 (LXXVI. Marriott, LL.D. rector of that place 1767; 1985), and whose death was to him a very and of Gilmorton, in the same county 1787. frequent subject of real regret.

19. At Southwood, Highgate, aged 69, 14 Anne Lady Eden, wife of Sir Frede. Mrs. Longman, widow of the late Thomas rick E. bart. Her sou came home, a few L. esq. of Hampstead, and mother of a days before, from boarding-school, ill with. numerous and highly-respectable family. the scarlet fever; and, through the mater- Mr. Longman was for many years a book. xal attention and anxiety of Lady E. who seller of first-rate eminence in Paternosbad lain-in only a week (see p. 65.), sbe ter-row; where he was succeeded by his caught the infection, which caused her eldest son. much-regretted death this day.

At Maryland point, Stratford, after a few At Bradley, co. Stafford, aged 89, John hours illness, occasioned by a fall from his Wilkinson, esq. the eminent and opulent gig, aged 34, Thomas Court, esq. of St. master of the great iron-works there. He Helen's-place, Bishopsgate-street. was brother-in-law of the late Dr. Joseph In Portman-square, aged 75, Dorothy Priestley; and has ordered his body to be dowager Lady Middleton, of Middleton in Buried in an iron coffin, at his seat at Cas- Warwickshire. She was daughter and cotie-head, Lancashire,

h iress of George Cartwright, of Offington, 15. Mr. Alderman Slingsby, father of the Notts, esq. and mother of the present Lord, Corporation of Windsor, and stone-mason 20. At Clifton, Henry Metcalfe, esq. of to his Majesty.

Merton-house, Northumberland. 16. After a few hours severe indisposi- 21. At Hackney, John Richardby, esq, tion, from an apoplectic stroke, Harriet, 92. Aged 30, Mr. Francis-John Barnes, wife of Thomas Oliver, esq. of Park-street, third son of Jn. B. esq. Lincoln's-inn-fields. Bristol, formerly governor of Massachu- 23. At his house, near Blackfriers-road, setts-bay, North America, and daughter advanced in age, Mr. Barthelomon, the and sole heiress of Freeman, esq. of celebrated performer on the violin. He Antigua ; a lady of superior understanding, particularly excelled as a solo performer accomplishments, and manners.

of Correlli's musick.
In John - street, Bedford - row, Ensign 24. At the house of his brother, the
George-Strange Nares, only son of the late Hon. Maule-William Ramsay, in Spring-
Capt. G. S. N. of the 70th Foot.

gardens, the Hon. Henry Ramsay.
BILL OF MORTALITY, from June 21, to July 26, 1808.
Christened.

Buried.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending July 16, 1808. INLAND COUNTIES. MARITIME COUNTIES.

Wheat Rye. Barley Oats. Beans.!) Wheat. Rye. Barley Oats. Beansa s, d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

s. d. 3. d. s. d. s. d. si do Middlesex 83 5100 015 5 45 0 63 101 Essex

78 050 046 013 Surrey 84 4/50 049 044 068 of Kent 80 900 0,46 014 316i Hertford 70 61+3 045 6 40 10:55 o Sussex

75 4100 qoo 014

6100 Bedford 75 10 57 218 0 46 367 4 | Suffolk

70 800 042 5 10 10159 Huntingd. 77 8100 0 45 612 261 oll. Cambrid. 77

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2:10 500 Hereford 78 0111 634 40 34 156 4 Lancaster 89 4100 0 46 1038 257 8 Worcefter 82 200 039 4.41

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236 000 Berks 82 500 0:43 143 669 6.Anglesea 00 0 00 000 009 0 00 Oxford 78 8100 041 11 40 065 1 Carnarvon 83 0.00

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631 400 Bucks 0.00 0149 0 47 667 8 Merioneth 86 1100 044

8:00 Brecon 60 054 442 7 26 800 o Cardigan 81 4100 038 023

0.00 Montgo. 90 9.00 039 236 1000 o Pembroke 69 70 00 043 3132 000 Radnor 80 4100 037 8 31

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1 39 808 5 AGGREGATE AVERAGE PRICES of the Twelve Maritime Districts of England and

Wales, by which Exportation and Bounty are to be regulated in Great Britain. Wheat. Rye.

Barley Oats Bcans Peale. Oatmeal. Beer or Big, $. d. S. d. s. d. s. d.

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d. 8'1 8 1 57 10 44 7 7. 37 11 62 91 69 61 51 11

FRICES OF FLOUR, July 26 : Fine to 665.--Seconds 555. to 60s. -Bran 12s. 10 145, 6d.-Paillard 285. 10 30s.

Return of FLOUR, July 9 to July 15, from the Cockei Office:
Total 9692 Sacks. Average 67s. 4 d.-d. per Sack higher than the last Return.

Return of WHEAT, July 11 to July 16, agreeably to the new Act ;
Total 2,533 Quarters. Average 81s. 2{d.--3 d. higher than the last Return.

OATMEAL., per Boll of 140 lbs. Avoi: dupiiis, July 18, 52;. Si. Average Price of SUGAR, computed from the Returns made in the Week ending

July 20, is 415. odd. per Cwt, exclusive of the Duty of Customs paid
or payable thereon on the Importation thereof into Great Britain.

PRICE OF HOPS, July 26 :
Kent Bags
31. 1os. to 41, 10s. Kent Pockets

31 10s. to 41. 155, Suffex Dicto

3'.
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31.

58. to 41. Effex Ditto

31. Ss. 41. 45. Farnham Ditto - 51. Os. to 8]. CS.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, July 26. St. James's-Hay 51. 58. od. to 61. 155.

od.

Average 61. 0. ol. Straw 21. 25, od. to

60. Average 21.

55. 91, Whitechapel-Hay 51. Os. od. to

61. 12s.

od: Averzge 51, 16. Oj, Clover 61. 1os. od. to 71. os. od. Average 5l. 35.

01. Straw 11. 163. o. to 21. 45. od. Average 21. Os. od.

SMITHFIELD, July 25. To sink the offaloper stone of 8lh.
Beef...

43. od. to 5s.
od. | Pork.....

45. 81. to 5s, 8d. Mutton 45. 41. to 55, 4d. Lamb

45 45 to 6 sd, 49. 8d. to 6s. 4d. Beasts 1850. Sneep an! Lambs 17,000. COALS, July 18 ; Newcastle 435. to sis. 64. Sunderland 41s. to 45s. '6d. SOAP, Yellow, 112s. Montled, 1225. Curd, 1-20ș. CANDLES, 14s. per Doz. Los 15s. TALLOW, per ftone, 81b. St. James's Market 45.114d. Clare 5s. Od. Whitechape) 45. 11d.

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Jersey 2. Guern.2. Meteorological Diaries for July and August 666) ARCHITECTURALINNOVATION, No.CXXIII.699 A Monument completed for Mr. Addison . .667; AntientModes of Farming,and FormsofOaths701 Lines written on seeing Rowe’s Monument 6681 A Critique by the late venerable Bishop Hurd 702 Brook House illustrated--Antient Signs , ibid. Remarkson Dissenters--Noble of Edward111.793 Sir Hans Sloane~Mr. Henry S. Woodfall , 669 Poetic Allum at Snowdon-Irish Baronets ibid.

Horticult. Remarks-Migration of Swallows 670 Meteorological Tables for 1807 by Dr.Clarke704 White Lead Manufactories- Biblical Query 671 REVIEW OF New PUBLICATIONS ; viz. The State of York Minister in 1896. zbid. Richardson's Poems and Plays concluded . 705 Topographic. Notesfrom Westmeston, Sussex673 Douce's Illustrations of Shakspeareconcluded 709

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