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bome, daughter of the Duke of Leeds; the time gave way to the Solvent, and the late Henry Pelham, Colonel in the guards, Stone was gradually decomposed, and came wlio married Miss Cobbe, and died leaving away in the appearance of a thick mucus, two daughters; George, Bishop of Exeter, with particles of a stony substance interwho married Mary, daughter of Sir R. ** mixed. At about 15 years of age the Ryecroft; Heorietta, married George Earl complaint ceased to exist, and he grew tall, of Rothes, who died leaving three daugh and more healthy than he had been beters; Frances, married George Lord Vis- fore; but an original want of stamina necount Middleton, and died leaving one cessary to the vigour and firmness of a daughter; Lucy, married John Lord Shef- good constitution, was wanting. At the age Beld, and died leaving no issue ; Lady of about twenty his health by slow degrees Amelia Pelham, now living and unmarried. appeared to decline, and although every

March 6. At his seat at Meaford, in the method was adopted that medical wisdom parish of Stone, co. Stafford, William Jere could suggest, he gradually for the last vis, esq. elder brother of Earl St. Viucent, five years declined in health, till he bebeing son and heir of Swynton Jervis, also came 'moeh emaciated, and when the wriof Meaford, barrister at law, who was 6fth ter of this saw him some months since, son of John Jervis, esq. formerly of Dar- there was every appearance of a speedy laston, in the same parish. Mr. William J. Clissolution, yet by great care and attention died without issue.

he was kept up (almost by art) until this March 11. At Chelsea, aged 52, Mrs, day, at which time he was attacked by rioFrances Reid. She was one of those whose nt spasons in the stomach, which in a few name, although not destined to 61) an ele. hours terminated his existence, and left a vated station, ought not to be allowed to childless 'fathèn' to lament the loss of a son pass away as though she had never been. on whom he had bestowed the utmost pa.. She was distinguished by the most amiable rental care and affection, as the writer of qualities of mind, and filled the trying and this article has often been witness to. May laborious situation of a teacher in a female Christian fortitude and firmness of mind seminary with the greatest credit and use enable him to bear this stroke of privation fulness. She so conciliated the esteem and with a manly and becoming fortitude and affection of all who kuew her, that the cir- resignation !

S. S. aumstance of her becoming independent a March 23. In her 76th year, her Royal short period before her death, imparted Highness Augusta, relict of Charles Wils the most cordial gratification to all who liam Ferdinand Duke of Brunswick, and knew ber. Her death is in like manner la- last surviving sister of our Sovereign. Het mented with no ordinary regret; and the Royal Highness had been subject to an writer of this article, who knew her for a asthmatic complaint for some years, which long series of years, feels a melancholy sa. was increased by the epidemic disorder tisfaction in consecrating this tribute to her pow prevalent, with which she was attacked memory.

about two days before; but no alarm was.* March 14. Aged about 60, Ed. Janson excited till the morning previous to her Nate of Tottenham), a most worthy and death. Dr. Baillie left her about six benevolent man, of the respectable So o'clock in the evening, thinking her much ciety of Friends.

better ; but a little before nine she was March 16. In Norfolk-street, Strand, in seized with violent spasmodic attacks, and his way to the West of England for the be. died at half past nine o'clock. Her Royal nifit of health, in his 26th year, Mr. John Highness was confined to her bed only two Shipdem, only son of James Shipdem, esq. days. She was born July 31, 1737, marof Deal, Danker. In the early part of his ried Jan. 17, 1764, the late Duke of Bruns. life he had been afficted with that com wick Wolfenbuttle, by whom she had issue mon and excruciating complaint, the Stone. three sons and three daughters. When aboutt nine years of age, he was put

March 24. At Worcester, of a paralyunder the care of Mr. Perry, Surgeon, of tic attack, Mrs. Sheridan, relict of the late London, the proprietor of Adams's Solvent, Charles Francis Sheridan, esq. formerly who attended him occasionally two or three Secretary at War in Ireland, and brother years : the complaint after a considerable, of the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan,

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in March 1813 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London. Swansea, 1801. ex dividend 101. per share.-Moumouth, 111l. ex half-gear's divi. dend 31.-Grand Junction, 2241. 2361. 2281.-Old Union, 981. 1001.-Qrand Union, 271. discount. --Worcester and Birmingham, 301.-Kennet and Avon, 231.-Wilts and Berks, 181.-Huddersfield, 171. 10s.-Ripon, 701.-Chelmer, 86l. 138.--Ashby, 171. 161. -Bolton and Bury, 931.-West India Dock, 1481. ex dividend 52. half year.---London Dock Stock, 1011.-Globe Assurance, 1051.Albion Assurance, 461.Scotch Mines Stock dividing 5l. per. cent. 1051.-Strand Bridge, 46l. discount. ---Vauxhall ditto, 53l. discount.--Lordon Institution, 451.- Surrey Ditto, 146.146.

Males - 833 1670

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from February 23, 1813, to March 26, 1819.
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2 and 5 117 ! 50 and 60 139 Males

5 and 10 47 60 and 70 171 Females 741

10 and 20 46 70 and 80 138 Whereof have died under 2 years old 445

20 and 30 100 80 and 90 63 Peck Loaf 6s. 2d. 6s. 3d. 6s. 2d. 6s. 2d.

30 and 40 123 90 and 100 9 Salt 1. per bushel; 4ļd. per pound.

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INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly, Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barls Oats Realis d. d. s. d. s. d.

S. d. s. d. s. d.fs. d., s. Middlesex 132 5177 067 351 4174 3|Essex 127 6100 068 050 068 Surrey

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0172 068 451 4179 01 Kent 122 0100 067 448 4178 0 Hertford 119 8174 0 69 854 1088 6|| Sussex 121 800 0 63 2/46 6100 Bedford 118 076 063' 10 49 0 82 8| Suffolk 121 500 0166 449 172 8 Huating d. 119 800 067 048 078 7| Camb. 117 7100 0/66 11 37 9 77 10 Northamp. 123 8/95 007 447 486 4 | Norfolk 119 972 0166 2/48 775 6 Rutland 124 000 075 050 081 0|Lincoln 115 11 00 063 3/41 010411 Leicester 121 11 87 6171 045 10 98 0 York 113 389 4160 941 91014 Nottingh. 122 893 071 054 2196 4| Durham 110 800 062 746 41000 Derby

117 800 0171 1051 2111 9|| Northum. 103 11/84 0/60 1 46 4100 0 Stafford 128 500 0172 11153 099 6|Cumberl. 117 593 4162 643 3100 0 Salop 130 10 101 0175 1047 700 0||Westmor. 124 4104 0/67 2146 600 0 Hereford 184 680 069 10140 674 10|| Lancaster 128 3100 065 3/46 180 0 Worcester 133 700 0 74 10148 391 4||Chester 121 700 0184 052 300 0 Warwick 136 300 0177 350 2/105 4|| Flint 134 600 084 000 000 0 Wilts 117 063 064 10 47 10 964 Denbigh 132 100 082 944 5/000 Berks 131 10100 062 747 4180 8|| Anglesea 000 000 000 040 000 Oxford 128 600 0/65 650 977 7|Carnarv. 120 000 062 8 38 81000 Bucks 132 800 065 4 46 686 2| Merionet. 120 400 068 1048 000 0 Brecon 115 1087 0166. 8/32 092 8|Cardigan 113 900 0 58 1/26 300 0 Montgom. 121 700 0167 2145 71000 Pembroke 103 600 0 57 926 900 0 Radnor 122 400 067 335 300 o Carmarth 116 700 0154 031 800 ()

Glamorg. 122 700 0168 735 400 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucest. 130 8000175 846 000

192 8184 3168 2,44 6185 5| Somerset 126 1100 0170 233 669 Average of Scotland, per quarter:

Monmo. 128 2100 0174 2100 000 108 9172 0155 5141 8170 3|| Devon 126 200 0/68 700 otoo Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-Cornwall 118 200 064 4136 1000 () ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Dorset 121 5100 068 1136 0172 0 which Exportation and Bounty are to be Hants 1125 500 065 848 583 5 regulated in Great Britain.......

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PRICES OF FLOUR, March 24:
Fine per Sack 105s. to 110s. Seconds 95s, to 105s. Bran per Q. 17s. to 185.

Pollard 285. to 31s. New Rape Seed 55l. to 60l. per last.
RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark Lane, including only from March 8 to March 13:
Total 7973 Quarters. Average 123s. 104d.-s. 2d. lower than last Return.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, March 20, 47s. 1d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, March 20, 58s. 94d.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, March 22 :
Kent Bags
...121. Os. to 151, Os. Kent Pockets

.121. Os. to 171. Os. Sasses Ditto 101. - Os. to 121. Os.

...10i. Os. to 141. Os. Essex Ditto ..... .101. Os. to 151. Os. | Farnham Ditto .......161. -Us. to 261. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OR HAY AND STRAW, March 26:
St. James's, Hay 31. 9s. Straw 21. 9s, 6d.-Whitechapel, Hay 51. Os. Straw 21. 58.

Clover 71. 10s.-Smithfield, Old Hay 001. Us. Straw 21. 45. Clover 6l. 10$.
SMITHFIELD, March 26. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs.

.5s. 8d, to 7s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market this Day:
Muitos .......................6s. 4d. to.7s. 4d. Beasts about 1,819. Calves 100.
Veal........................ .6s. Odto 8s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 8,770. Pigs 260.
Pork.........
......................78. Od. to 75. 8d.

COALS, March 26: Newcastle 41s. to 51s. Sunderland 42s, to 45s.
SOAP, Yellow, 104s. Mottled 114s. Curd 118sa CANDLES, 14s. 6d. per Doz. Moulds165.*

TALLQ Wiper Stone, Blb. St. James's 5s, 6d. Clare 0s. Od. Whitechapel 55. 5d.

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Monument tothe MemoryofThomasSimpson312 Barker's Classical Recreations, Vol. I. ... 351 Arguments for an Intermediate State ...... ibid. Review of New MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS 354 Woodcroft House. -Dr. Michael Hudson 313 Select Poetry for April 1813 ......

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Since the communication in p. 33, P. 216. col. 2. 1. 35. read, “I have the following variations have occurred known these quotations from Shakspeare in the price of Fine Gold and Silver: introduced in the Meeting, and have read Feb. 8. Fine Gold fell 2s. per ounce. them in Sermons, &c. 25. 58.

Has the Heralds' College the privilege March 5. rose 2s.

of granting Supporters without the Royal 8.

authority ? - Page 182, omit “ the Hon." 2s,

before the name of Sir Edmond Stanley. April 19. fell 3s,

-Page 189, the Marquis of Buckingham Silver rose 2d. per ounce the 24th March. is inproperly styled Rt. Hon." his

The price now charged by the London title is “the most Noble;" when Mar Refiners is, Fine Gold 5l. 8s. Fine Silver quis is borne as a second title of a family, mais

6d. per ounce. B. S. April 20. it is distinguished from a real marquisate J. H. pp. 329, Oct. 31, 1812, does not by being styled “ Most Hon."-Who are seem to be aware that the Jewish Bond, the heirs general of the body of Si No. IV. is already printed in the Gent. Drury Wray, sixth baronet, of GlentMagazine for Oct. 175€, prefaced by a worth, co. Lincoln ? The late Lord Pery Letter from the very learned and ingeni. was grandson of Diana Wray, a daughter ous Dr. Pegge, addressed to Emanuel of Sir Drury.

J. G, B. Mendez Da Costa; and followed by P. 280. We accidentally omitted to “ The Remarks” of that eminent Anti- mention that the elegant monument to quary, which confirm the explanation of the memory of Mr. Pitt, erected in the term JAKU, given last month (see Guildhall, which has given such general pp. 206, 207) by J. W. M. and will doubt. satisfaction, was executed by Mr. J. G. Jess be consulted with pleasure and ad Bubb, sculptor. vantage by such readers as have access Should any of our readers be in possesto that Volume. The actual discovery siun of the Hand-bill of BELSIZE-HOUSE, of the Gold Penny of Henry III, must near Hampstead, (at the time when it have been highly gratifying to Dr. Pegge; was a place of public entertainment) and his acumen in determining the with the cut of tbe house at top, they meaning of Jaku by arguments deduced would much oblige Mr. Park, who is from the Record in the Tower of this printing a History of that Parish, by coinage, and the MS Chronicle of the allowing it to be copied for the use of City of London, thereby received a most his work, Mr. Nichols, with whom it satisfactory confirmation.

may be left, will guarantee its safe reYeca'ts says,that CLERICUS BATHENSIS, turn. p. 200, will find the Act against Incum We notice “ Yours, &c. &c. April 21," bents letting their Benefices to be 13 as he desires it; but cannot fully comply

20, and the Act is still in full with his request. force; yet either the Clergy or the Law Tbe communications of Mr. MONEYyers have rendered it of no effect, as may PENNY; An OLD CORRESPONDENT; X. Y.; be seen in the Case of Monys v. Leake, R. C.; W. M.; AMICUS ET POPULARIS,

Durnford & East's Reports, p. 411. &c. &c. in our next.

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