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At Downham, Norfolk, in his 80th At Wandsworth.common, in her 57th year, Edmund Saffery, esq. He had year, Hannah, wife of Thomas Bennett been in the commission of the peace Smith, esq. pearly fifty years.

At Clapham-common, Anne, youngest Aged 86, Anne, relict of Corbet Howard, dau. of the late Joseph Smith Gosse, esq. esq. late of Whitchurch, Shropshire, At Edinburgh, Mrs. Jane De Morgan,

W. Prest, esq. of Aiskew, cu. York. relict of Daniel Buchanai), esq. late sur

At Dublin, of apoplexy, Lieut. D. Bol. geon in the East India Company's service: ton, late of the Royal Navy.

Feb, 10. In his 29th year, Peter Henry, In Upper Canada, in his 39th year, eldest son of Peter Dobree, esq. of Grace. Capt. Sir Robert Hall, kot. K. C. B. Knight church-street. Commander of the Royal Siciliad order of lo Norton-street, Lieut.-col. Ward, of St. Ferdinand avd Merit, Commissioner of the Bombay establishment. His Majesty': Navy in the Canada's, &c. At (range-house, Havering:atte-bower, and who formerly greatly distinguished Aged 64, William Hewson, esq. late of himself in the command of the gun-boats Aldgate. at Cadiz and Sicily.

At Richmond, Surry, Anne-Elizabeth, Feb. 8. In Charles street, Berkeley. eldest daughier of the late Wm. Walker, square, in his 59th year, William Hony, esq. of Manor-house, Hayes, Middlesex. . wuod, esq. of Mark's-hald, Essex, and of Of an apoplectic fit, in his 44th year, Sibton, Keni. He represented the county Joseph Halsey, esq. M. P. of Gaddesdenof Kent in Parliament from the year 1806 park, Herts. to 1813. W, P Honywood, esq. his eld. At Dublin, in the full possession of all est son, succeeds to his valuable estates in her faculties, aged 98. Eleanor, Dowager Essex and Kent.

Lady Palmer, relict. of the late Sir Roger Hannah, wife of James Stanger, esq. Palmer, bart, of Castle-Lacken, co. Mayo, of Doughty-street.

and Ballyshannon, co. Kildare. In Finsbu y-square, aged 62, Mre. De Feb, 11. In New Norfolk-street, in her la Torre, relict of the late Manuel De la 72d year, æt. Hon. Lady Mary Ker, third Torre, esa,

sister of his Grace, the late John Duke of Aged 45, Maj. Patrick Anderson, 19th Roxburgh, Groom of the Stole to his preLancers,

sent Majesty. At Birmingham, in her 21st


Har- Of an apoplectic fit, in .bis. 730 year, riet Lefanu.

Mr. George Stuart, of Mortimer-street, In his 74th year, Charles Higden, esq. Cavendişb-square. He carries with him of Maryland-point, near Stratford, Essex, to the grave the regrets of a most numeand of Curriers-hall, London.

rous circle of friends, whom his sterling At Epinay-sur-Seine, in his 19th year, integrity as a man of business, the ho. John Wilmot Courienay Vaughan, .esq. uest ardour of his social disposition, and eldest son of Hon. Johụ Vaughan, M.P. his general benevoleuce, had long attacbed and grandson of the late Earl of Lisburne. to him.

Feb. 9. Io Wilsop st. Finsbury-square, In Lower Cadogan-place, Sloane-street, in his 70th year, James Watts, esq. Frederic Nicolaij, esq. of his Majesty's

At Kensingtou, Esher, daughter of the Treasury.. late Thomas Rogers, esq. of Demerara, la Cheapside, aged 26, Helen, wife of

At Brompton, in his 79th year, Richard Alexander Macgill, of Glencaird, Stewartry' Fleming, esg. one of the Deputy Lieute- of Kircudbright. nants and oldest Magistrates for the At her son's, Dr. Smith, of Maidstone, county of Surrey, and formerly a Colonel in her 68th year, Mary, relict of the late in the army. He served 39 years in va. Rev. G. Smith, M.A. rector of Puttenham, rious parts of tbe globe. Several of his and minister of Market-street Chapel, last years were spent at Bath, where his Hertfordshire. benevolence was exercised in the promo- Feb. 12. In his 87th year, P. F. F. tion of public institutions in that city. Im Herbst, esq. of Turnham-green. the establishment of the Penitentiary and At Great Gearies, Essex, aged 75, Mrs. Lock Asylum, he was the zealous coadju. Jones, wife of James Jones, esq. tor of its indefatigable Chairman, and its At Bath, Milicent Stokes, eldest daugh, funds have been from time to time libe- ter of Capt. Fisher, of Stapleford, Notts. rally augmented by his means--indeed Feb. 13. Of illness from a fit of parahis charity knew no bounds but in the li. lysis, Samuel Garth, esq. late surgeon of mits of his fortune. As a soldier, a sub. the East Iudia Company's ship Providence. ject, a magistrate, and a Christian, he was lo Bedford-square, suddenly, in a fit of an example of valour and loyally, of jus apoplexy, aged 78, Sir William Fraser, tice and devoiion.

bart, one of the elder brethren. of the Of a fever, caught during his attend. Trinity-house. He had been at the Prince ance on the hospitals, James, youngest son Regeot's Levee the preceding day in good of Rev. R. Carter, of Nestou, Cheshire, health. Sir William was descended from

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younger branch of the family of Fraser creased to nearly 3000l.; and the names of of Lovat, ennobled by King James I. of some highly respectable Citizens have been Scotland, and was brought up in the na- added to the List of its Members. To this val service of the East India Company, Society Mr. Bennett continued as Secretwo of whose ships he commanded, namely, tary till his death.--In 1785, he joined the Lord Mansfield, lost in coming out of with some religious friends in forming an Bengal river, in 1773, and the Earl of institution called the “ Union Society," Mansfield, from 1777 to 1785. He was established at Tottenham-street, Totten. created a Baronet in 1806. At the age ham Court-road, “for Clothiog and Edu, of 56 he married Elizabeth, daughter of cating 100 Poor Children in the Protest, James Parquharson, esq. merchaut, of ant Religion," in order to check the enLondon, by whom he had twenty-eight croachments of Roman Catholics ; and children. Three sons and fourteen daugh. which still continues to receive the most ters are still living. The marrriage of two satisfactory support.-Though anxious to of the latter was recorded in p. 176. be generally useful, his family was the

At Greepwich, Capt. Thomas Baynes, first object of his attention ; and his inRoyal Military Asylum.

dustry supplied them with the comforts of March 11. At Babington-house, So. life, and a liberal education. The ten. merset, much lamented, Frances, wife of der regard which was felt for him by his Charles Knatchbull, esq. ; whose loss will wife and children prove him to have been long be remembered by a numerous cir- a kind husband and affectionate father.cle of friends, and whose unceasing acts His last erial he bore with the resignation of charity to the poor and needy jo ber that became a Christian; and bis jatelneighbourhood, will be to them a more lects remained unclouded to the last :-at especial cause of lamentation :-she was five o'clock, on the morning of his disthe daughter of the late Norton Knatch- solution, he wished the window-shutters to bull, esq. and first cousin to the present be opened-he thanked God for preserving Sir Edward Knatchbull, M. P. for the him through the night, and for the light couniy of Kent.

of a new day--implored a blessing on his March 21. At the vicarage, in his 681h family and friends - drew a few sbort year, Rev. John Clowes, vicar of the pa. breaths, and died without a struggle or a rish of Eccles, Lancashire.


J. B. March 27. At Loughborough, aged 77, Lately.-- At the Hot-wells, Bristol, the John Blackburn, gent. Also, April 4th, at Hon, Margaret Hely Hutchinson, fourth the same place, aged 67, Ellen, his wife. and youngest daughter of the late Right

March 30. In George-street, Black- Hon. Christian, in her own right Baroness friars-road, in his 73d year, Mr. Thomas Donoughmore, by the Right Hon. John Bennett, printer. His vital powers were Heley Hutchinson, formerly Secretary of nearly exhausted by an asthma, under State in Ireland, and sister of the present which he had laboured for many years ; Earl of Donoughmore, and of tbe gallant .but his death was hastened by the frac. John, Lord Hutchinson, Baron of Alex, ture of 'a thigh, 'under which he sunk, andria. after lingering a fortoight.-He was born April 3. At East Smithfield, on board Feb. 12, 1745.6, at Chichester, in Sussex. Aberdeen packet, Walter Blackeit In 1760 he was apprenticed to Mrs. Lewis, "Trevelyan, Esg. of Nether Wilon in printer, in Paternoster-row. At the ex. Northumberland, formerly of St. John's piration of his apprenticeship (after work- College, Cambridge. He possessed those ing a short time with Mr. Richardson, the humble unobtrusive virtues which the celebrated author of “ Clarissa,” &c.); world passes by without notice, or perhe entered into the employment of Messrs. haps marks with scorn, but which, we are Bowyer and Nichols, with whom he con- taught, have their reward in another tinued 47 years; and was so fortunate as place. He was truly a disciple of Jesus. to enjoy two pensions which those benevo. With limited powers, perhaps, and narrow lent gentlemen had severally allotted for views, he was sincere, ardent, and indefaindigent aged printers." The Union So. tigable in the service of his divine master, ciety” (now held at the Rev. Rowland His heart was warm, good, gentle, and Hill's, or Surrey Chapel), which he had

generous. He never gave offence, he sel. joined, was on the brink of ruin, from the dom or never took it : he was truly amiinability of its members to support its ex- able, independent, and friendly. He had pences; but, by adopting the measures a great turn for, and considerable knowMr. Bennett proposed, it was so thoroughly ledge in, several branches of natural philorenovated, as to allow pensions to several sophy. Pride was a quality (except the of its old members to be a secure pro- generous pride of independence) to which vision in case of sickness-to afford money his heart seeined a total stranger. Since. for a wife's funeral and to supply a hand. rity and uprightness were constituent parts some sum to the widow at the death of a of his nature. Eccentric in his pursuits member. The Stock has progressively iu- and habits, all his errors, if errors they

could be called, were on the side of good



ness, religion, and virtue. His end was April 8. At Penzance, Cornwall, in sudden and singular; but no person at her 66th year, the Right hon. Emily, all acquainted with his character and Countess of Bellamont, widow of Charles babits could in the least call in question Coote, Earl of Bellamont, K. B, whose title that it was natural, and might long have became extinct in 1800. Her Ladyship been expected; and the scene of it was per- was the eldest daughter of James Duke fectly characteristic of his pursuits and of Leinster, and married Aug 20, 1774, nautiral inclinations. The writer of this Charles Earl of Bellamunt, by whom she article sincerely honoured and loved him, bad one son, Charles, Lord Colouny, died and wishes his pen could do more justice to young, and four daughters. the subject. But this slight and hasty

April 15.

At Walworth, of a rapid memorial is due to his many silent unub- decline, aged 7 years, John, eldest son of trusive virtues, long kindness, and an ac- . Mr. John Smith, and grandson of the late quaintance more or less intimate of above Mr. John Browne, Senior Associate En. thirty years. The deceased was of a very graver of the Royal Academy. ancient Cornish family ; the branch he

April 17.

At the advanced age of 84, belonged to being seated in Northumber- Mrs. Carlyon, widow of the late Rev. land. He inherited from his mother a very John Carlyon, of Truro, and daughter of .considerable landed estate, the income of the late James Winstavley, esq. of Braunwhich he spent liberally, in charities and ston Hall, Leicestershire. Unfeigoed other godly works, but not ostentatiously. piety, charity, and humility, and the He was a good son and kind brother; and most affectionate tenderness with which to his friends the most unassuming, un- she discharged the duties of a wife, à mopretending, inoffensive, useful and obliging ther, and a friend, were the distinguishing creature that could be conceived.

virtues of this most exemplary woman. April 6

In Holles-street, Dublin, Sir She was beloved and respected by all who Richard Musgrave, bart. of Turin, co. knew her; and her loss will be long and Waterford. He was formerly a member deeply regretted, not only by her family of the Irish Parliament, was appointed to and friends, but by the numerous poor, the valuable office of Collector of the Dub- to whom she was ever a most kind and li.' Jin City Excise, and created a Baronet, beral benefactress. Dec, 2, 1782. Sir Richard married Dec. 20, 1780, the Hon. Deborah Cavendish,

ADDITION, second daughter of Sarah, Baroness Wa. terpark in her own right, by the Rt. Hon.

Vol. LXXXVIII. ii. p. 632. Dr. JenSir Henry Cavendish, bart. of Doveridge kin was of St. John's College, Cambridge ; Hall, Derbyshire; by whom he had no is.

and had the College living of Ufford, with sue, and the title consequently (agreeable

the Chapel of Bainton, in the County of to the remainder in the patent) descended Northampton.

He married Augusta, to his brother, now Sir Christopher Mus- youngest sister of Sir Frederick Evelyn, of grave, bart, who is married and has issue. Wotton, in Surrey, bart. ; (she had been Sir Richard Musgrave distinguished him

maid of honour to the Princess Dowager self by several important publications on

of Wales, the King's mother); and on the the history and state of Ireland ; but the

death of the Rev. Dr. Thomas Taylor, was terms of severity in which he thought presented by Sir Frederick to the livings himself warranted to speak of the Catho

of Wotton and Abinger, in Surrey, in lic priesthood in that country, brought 1808, on wbich occasion he resigned Ufupon him a shower of abuse, and even

ford. He was Chaplain to the Prince Rethe censure of Government, as tending, it

gent, and in 17

.... was presented by nim was supposed, to keep alive that beat to the Deanery of St. Burian, in Corawhich ought to be allayed by moderation.

wall *, which he held till his death. A In privale life, Sir Richard was univer- few years ago the present Bishop of Winsally esteemed and respected. The fol

chester gave bim a stall at Winchester lowing is a list of his publications, viz.

80 that bis Church preferment was not Letter on the present siluation of Public less than 20001. a year. Mrs. Jenkia surAffairs, 1794, 8vo. Considerations on

vived her brother but one day. She and the present state of England and France,

the Dean are both buried in the family 8vo. 1796. Short view of the political si

vault in Wotton Church. He had no child. tuation of the Northern Powers, 1801, Svo. Memoirs of the different Rebel- * The Dean has an independent jurislions in Ireland, from the Arrival of the diction in all ecclesiastical maiters within English ; with a particular detail of that the parish of St. Burian and its dependent which broke out in 1798, 1801, 4to, ; 2d parishes of St. Levan and Sennen. There edition, with an Appendix, 1801. 30 were three Prebends belooging to the oriedition, 1802, 2 vols. 8vo. Observations ginal foundation, one of which is now in on the Reply of Dr. Caulfield, 8vo. 1802. the gift of the Bishop, the other two are Observations on Dr. Drumgoole's Speech at armexed to the Deanry. Lysous's Corothe Catholic board, Dec. 8, 1813, 1814, 8vo. wall, p. 49.

MR. JOHN CARTŁR. (See p. 276.) Mr. Carter's Collection of Drawings, A Series of Drawings, containing Antiquities, &c. were sold by Auction by Plans, Sections, Elevations, Monuments, Mr.Sotheby, Feb. 23—25, and produced Altar Pieces, Seals, &c. &c. of the Ca.. the sum of £1695. 38.

tbedral Church of York, with MS AcAmong the most remarkable were, count. This matchless and truly mag

White Rose, a Dramatic Romance, nificent Work is considered the Cheffounded on Historic Facts of the Fif- d'ouvre of the late Mr. Carter, and conteenth Century, written and set to Mu- sists of 24 Drawings wirb 12 Sheets of sic for the Harpsichord, with an Accom- MS Description, of uniform Size, on the paniment for the Violin, by John Carter. largest Elephant Paper. 3151.

-To this Dramatic Romance Mr.Carter [These Drawings bad been made by bad with very great labour and expence order of Sir Mark Sykes ; who, after constructed a Stage, with Proscenium advancing a large sum to Mr. Carter and eleven highly finished Drawings, re- for them, declined (but in the most presenting the various Scenes. 161. 16s. handsome manner) completing the pur

Saint Oswald's Cell, or The Magic cbase. They were, we believe, boogbt Sword, a Dramatie Romance, founded in for Mr. Carter's executors.] on Historic Facts, of the Fourteenth A matcbless Collection of Sketches Century, written and set to Music by John relating to the Antiquities of England Carter, 1796.-This Dramatic Romance and South Wales, from the year 1764 Mr. Carter, also with very great labour, to 1816, in 86 Volumes...The above had elucidated with 15 bigbly finished voluminous and valuable Collection is Drawings, which represent the various the result of the labour and industry Scenes. 71. 78.

of the late Mr. Carter, during a series Besides these, were several other at- of Summer Excursions, from 1764 to tempts at Dramatic Writings, by Mr. the time of his Deatb; and contains Carier; and a great many by a maternal Sketches of the Minutiæ of all the Aprelation, Mr. J. Jameson ; with M$ poli- tient Architecture within the sphere tical tracts by Mr. Jameson, writçen in of bis examination : preserving to future Queen Anne's reign.

generations many elegant and chaste deDrawings and Sketches of the Gothic signs of Buildings and Decorations now Mansion at Strawberry-Hill, Twicken- lost; and many that are hastening to deham, the Seat of the Hon. Hurace Wal struction. 1731. 8s. pole, and of bis Antiques and Curiosi- The Copy-right, remaining copies, and ties: taken by permission. 11l. Copper-plates of Mr. Carter's Publica

Nine Drawings of Tapestry at Coven. tions produced : try, containing Portraits of Illustrious Views of Antient Buildings, 6 vols. Persons in the time of King Henry VI. 18mo, 581. 16s. 131. 29. 6d.

Specimens of Sculpture, &c. 119 plates, Thirty-one Drawings of the Tapestry, 3301. 15s. Painted Chamber, Westminster, with Antient Architecture, 106 plates, 2251, MS Description. 121.


METEOROLOGICAL Table for April, 1818. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer,

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43 50
39 54
43 55
46 55
44 53
43 51
40 47
39 49
44 54
48 53
47 47
46 55
47 56
56 65

38 29,88 hail storms
43 ,80 (fair

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43 58 fair

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, 39 fair 40 70 fair 43 ,70 cloudy 46 64 fair 46

,56 rain 44 25 rain 46 25 cloudy 49 , 26 sbowery 55 , 40 fair



BILL OF MORTALITY, from March 24, to April 21, 1818.

2 and 5 144 | 50 and 60 142 Males 8702 Males

5 and 10 49 60 and 70 124 1721 Females - 851 Females 698

10 and 20 44 70 and 80 96 Whereof have died under 2 years old 383

20 and 30 95 80 and 90 59

30 and 40 145 90 and 100 . 13 Salt & 1. per bushel; 441. per pound.

40 and 50 151

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending April 18.

Wheat, Rye, Barly, Oats (Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beats $. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d.

s. d. s. d.l.s. d. s. d. s. d. Middlesex 94 300 052 9|31 749 3| Essex 73 949 0148 931 9/48 Surrey 87 448 0 48 832 448 6 Kent 87 vlo0 0145 0/30 ( Hertford 82 052 049 631 043 0||Sussex 87 400 0 13 6/28 0152 Bedford 86 952 0 45 629 342 o||Suffolk 92 10 52 051 980 4/47 Huating don 85 1100 0 48 4127 1050 4||Camb, 84 5 46 043 4125 652 6 Northainp. 80 8100 050 4 28 648 0 Norfolk 85 100 045 2 30 749 1 Rutland 85 300 0 52 631 0 53 0 Lincoln 82 1 40 355 3/26 4 49 10 Leicester 92 4154 057 0 30 864 0|| York 75 5|52 10 46 4127 9 58 Nottingham 93 461 65+ 833 464 O|Durham 81 200 000 0 30 9 00 Derby 99 400 057 334 473 0 Northum. 70 958 0 43,8 30 11 000 Stafford 98 800 056 733 1070 2||Cumberl. 94 766 1 56 4134 11 00 Salop 10+ 4161 264 5 37 11178 2|| Westmor.104 076 062 4139 500 0 Hereford 89 757 650 83!


5||Lancaster 96 300 055 637 26+ 0 Worcester '91 600 051 737 353 5||Chester 96 700 064 4 40 8100 0 Warwick 85 800 055 035 861 2||Flint 94 10 00 068 234 1000 Wilts 90 800 049 6131 068 01 Denbigh 90 500 0164 935 900 Berks 92 600 050 8 32 055 4|Anglesea 84 000 062 0 33 4100 Oxford 90 900 53 430 0/45 0|Carnarvon 96 800 0 56 6 34 9100 Bucks '86 1000 0 +4 030 10 54 4|Merioneth 103 300 060 8 39 4100 Brecou 92 876 860 829 400 0 Cardigan 100 1000 0156 0122 osoo Montgom. 99 200 073 745 1000 0||Pembroke 98 4100053 328 ooo Radnor 92 8100 0156 11/32 900 0 Carmart. 98 200 0 57 1027 8100

Glainorgan 94 600 0158 836 10100 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 84 800 050 11 33 662 10 90 3456 5153 7732 3155 6|| Somerset 98 1000 0 54 5/29 10 49 S

Monm. 93 8100 ; 0 52 938 4100 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter. Devon 96 10100 043 0 31 41000 72 0155 8143 5733 7155 1|| Cornwall 90 8100 0 52 4/28 8.00.0

Dorset 92 800 051 2/32 864 0

Hants 89 100 045 4/28 111560
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, April 27, 75s, to 80s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, April 18, 36s. 4d.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, April 22, 49s. 444. per cwt.

Kent Bags
221. Os. to 26!. Os. Sussex Pockets.....

Os. to 261. Os. Sussex Ditto

221, Os. to 241. Os. Essex Ditto......... 231. Us. to 261. 0,. Keat Pockets 241. Os. to 281. Os. Farnham Ditto.........251, Os. to 351. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, April 28 : St.James's, Hay 5!.6s. 0:6. Straw 3'. Is. 6d. Clover 01. Os. Od.--Whitechapel, Hay 5l. 155. 6d. Straw 31. 3s, Clover 61. 103.Sunithfield, Hay 51. 18s. Od. Straw 21. 15s, Clover 6l. 135, 6d.

SMITHFIELD, April 27. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef ....

..45, 4d. to 5s. 4d. | Lamb........ .............6s, Ud. to 88. Od. Mutton

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


Calves 200. Pork

...58. Od. to 6s. Od. Sheep and Lanubs 5,450, Pigs 210. COALS, April 27: Newcastle 32s. 9d. to 45s. 6d. Sunderland 38s. Id. to 40s. 9d. TALLOW, per Stone, 84. St. James's 4s. 91. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 4s. 644, SOAP, Yellow, 1025. Mottled 112s. Curd 116s. CANDLES, 12., 6.t per Doz. Moulds 148




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