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Scotch Fusileers) to the siege of Beweisle. was one of the Deputy Lieutenants of the On the peace of 1963, he quitted the county of Salop, and a Commissioner of army after 24 years' service; and retired Taxes. He conducted himself as a just to the privacy of domestic life. On the man and useful member of society, an exdeath of his brother, Alexander, Vice-Ad. ample worthy the imitation of his sur." miral of the White, the 7th Lord C. of rounding friends and neighbours; and as Culross, he succeeded to the honours of bis

he possessed considerable estates, he has house. The title now devolves upon his left his tenants to regret the loss of the eldest son, John, a Captain in the Royal best of landlords. Navy, now Lord Colville of Culross. His

March 14. In his 76th year, his Grace remains were interred in Bristol cathedral.

Augustus-Henry Fitzroy, Duke of GrafMarch 13. At Chicknell, in the parish ton. He was born in 1735, and in 1765 of Claverley, Salop, his antient family re- was appointed one of the Secretaries sidence, Edward-Farmer Taylor, esq. in of State, and the following year first Lord the 71st year of his age, gradually worn of the Treasury, which he held till Jan. 28, out in constitution, after an enjoyment of 1770. It was during his administration, long established good health. He was the that the celebrated Letters of Junius were youngest son of the late John Taylor, written. Since that period he led a retired gent. of that place, by Sarah Farmer, his life, for the most part, and generally wife; and, as is usual in the mode of de-, acted in opposition to Government ; while scent in the manor of Claverley, became some part of his time was dedicated to lite. proprietor of his mother's family possessions rature, and it is supposed he took an acthere, which his ancestors had enjoyed up- tive part in some theological controversies. wards of 200 years. His maternal ancestor, He was also fond of the sports of the chace Edward Farmer, gent. married Élizabeth, and the turf; and had a house at Newthe heiress of a family of the name of Pot- market. By his first Duchess, the daughter, the former possessors of Chicknell, on ter of Lord Ravensworth, from whom he 13 Dec. 1602. He was descended from was divorced, he had two sons, Lord Eusmany wealthy and respectable families re- ton and Lord Charles, and one daugbter ; siding in that and the neighbouring parish and by his second Duchess, Elizabeth, of Worfield, at a very remote period, even daughter of Sir Richard Wrottesley, he has to within a few reigns of the Conquest. left a numerous family. His decease will He became more wealthy, from indefati. give to Ministers the disposal of several gable attention to an extensive and lucra- offices and honours. He was a Knight of tive concern, in just and lawful commerce, the Garter, Governor of the Ports in Corncarried on through a long period of his wall and Devon, Receiver-General of the life in the grand emporium of the United Profits of the Seals in the King's Bench Kingdom, for which city, a few years ago, and Common Pleas, and of the Prisage of he was nominated Sheriff; but, being far Wines, &c. He was also Chancellor of advanced in the decline of life, he chose Cambridge, Recorder of Thetford and Corather to submit to the payment of the ventry, &c. He is succeeded in his title's usual fine for non-compliance, and the and estatės by his son George-Henry, Earl heavy expences consequent thereon. His of Euston ; in consequence of which a vawealth enabled him to increase his real cancy takes place in the Parliamentary property around his maternal home with Representation of the University of Camgreat profit and advantage to himself and bridge, for which his Lordship was one of the present possessor, his only son. He the Members.

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AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL Property, Dock Srock, Firg-OFFICE SHARES, &c. in March 1811 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London :--Trent and Mersey; or Grand Trunk Canal, 11701. the last Half Yearly Dividend at the rate of 45l. per Share clear, per Annum.Birmingham, 10601. dividing 421. clear, per Anuum.--Coventry, 8551. dividing at the rate of 321. per Share.-Swansea, 1677. the last Dividend 81. per Share. Monmouthsbire, 1291.Grand Junction, 2711. 2701.-Warwick and Napton, 2901, dividing 101. per share. Warwick and Birmingham, dividing 91.-Shrewsbury, 1451. dividing 81.--Kennett and Avon, 431. 10s. 421.-Wilts and Berks, 457. to 351. 10s.--Rochdale, 551. 541.Ellesmere, 801.-Union, 1101.-Grand Union, 81. Discount.-Lancaster, 261. with dividend of 11. per Share.--Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 241.-Worcester and Birmingham Old Shares, 401.--New ditto, ll. 10s. Premium.--Croydon, 301.-West India Dock Stock, 1671, to 1651. -London Dock 1291. to 1271.—Ditto Scrip, 261. per Cent. Premium.-Commercial Dock Old Shares, 1591. with New Share, attached.-Albion Assurance, 571. 561.

Globe, 1201.-- Atlas, Par.-Rock, 1l. 1s. to 19s. Premium.-East London Water | Works, 1891.-Grand Junction Water Works, 121, 10s. Premium.—London Institu

tion, 681. 55.--Strand Bridge, 121. Discount. Vauxhall ditto, 28l. Discount.--- Dover Street Road, 10s, to 11. Premium..Commercial Road, 135l. per Cent, ex Half-Yearly Dividend of 31.

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2 and 5 143 | 50 and 60 155 Males 871 Males 816

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10 and 20 37 70 and 80 116 Whereof have died under 2 years old 428

20 and 30 132 30 and 90 46 Peck Loaf 4s. tid, throughout

30 and 40 100 90 and 100.- 5 Salt £1. per bushel ; 44d. per pound.

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INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye, Barly Oats Beans

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s. ds. d., s. d.ls. di S. d. Middlesex 95 11100 0/35 9/29 3 45 10| Essex 95 837 0134 0131 4 43. 6 Surrey 98 842 0 36 0 34 048 01 Kent 90 355 033 629 9 41 3 Hertford 87 8 49 037 2/27 10 42 9 Sussex 96 8100 0135 0 30 000,0 Bedford 83 243 2 35 126 339 6||Suffolk 88 000 (32 1/27 2|36 3 Hantingd. 80 8100 0si 322 6136 7|Cambridg. 72 1138 028 7118 1136 11 Northam. 81 400 032 41217 837 4| Norfolk 84 838 729 725 11 36 9 Rutland 84 000 033 925 0 40 0 Lincoln 85 10141 4/30 4121 641 3 Leicester 81 6 44 334 11 24 4137 8 York 80 500 033 1/22 645 11 Nottingham 89 442 0134 8/25 8 45 6| Durham 82 10100 0140 0125 700 0 Derby 87 000 0 39 3/26 0151 9 Northum. 74

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4 46 2||Lancaster 89 1100 0145 4130 81620 Worcester 95 10 48 8139 533 4/48 7||Chester 85 7100 0 14 2133 81000 Warwick 98 500 040 2/51 0 47 6|Flint 88 4|00 0 17 700 0100 0 Wilts 99 400 0]36 6/27 2 52 8Denbigh93 400 048 128 3100 0 Berks 102 10100 0134 6/29 1147 11||Anglesea 00 0100 040 0120 0100 Oxford 96 2100 0133 2/26 742 6 Carnarv. 85 400 043 4122 8100 0 Bucks 95 8100 0132 6/26 8|42 2||Merionet. 91 0100 0144 925 600 0 Brecon 112 000 049 7/24 000 el|Cardigan 95 800 039 0118 900 0 Montgom99

200 0136 9/28 900 0 Pembroke 80 0100 039 617 10100 0 Radnor 111 9100 0139 4|26. 3100 oCarmarth. 102 000 042 618 11100 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Glamorg. 109 1100 019 022 800 92 7146 6138 0126 1144 11 Gloucest. 107 2100 038

1 28 1 56 Average of Scotland, per quarter: Somerset 103 100 040 720 10161 00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0,00 0 Monmo. 108 500 043 1000 000

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PRICES OF FLOUR, March 25 : Fine per Sack 85s. to 00s. Seconds 75s. to 80s. Bran per Q. 143. to 16s. Pollard-26s. to 30s. RETURN of WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from March 11 to March 16: Total 4,253 Quarters. Average 94s. 24d.--5s. 74d. higher than last Return.

OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, March 16, 48s. 1d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, March 20, 43s. 7d. per Cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, March 25: Kent Bags............ 61. Os. to 71. 75. Kent Pockets........., .71. Os. to 91. Os. Sussex Ditto.......... .51. 12s. to 6). 68. Sussex Ditto...............61. 10s. to 77. 10$. Essex Ditto......... ...61. Os. to 71. Os. Farnham Ditto ......... 101. Os. to 141, 06.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, March 25 : St. James's, Hay 71. 16s. 6d. Straw 42. 58.- Whitechapel, Hay 8l. Os. Clover 91. Os. Straw 31. 185. --Smithfield, Clover8l. 14s. Old Hay 81. 18s. 6d. Straw 31. 12s. 6d.

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6s. Od. to 75. 4d. Sheep and Lambs 11,650. Pigs 210. Pork....

6s. Od. to 7s. Od. COALS, March 25 : Newcastle 44s. 6d. to 55s. Od. Sunderland 45s. 3d. to 475. SOAP, Yellow 80s. Mottled 90s. Curd 94s. CANDLES, 12s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 13s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, blb. St. James's 48, 6fd. Clare Market 45, 7d. Whitechapel 4s. 42.

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Printed by Nichows and Sox, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London,

PRANSCOMB and Co. Stock-Brokers, 11, Holborn, 37, Cornill, and S8, Haymarket,

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LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. 2 Genekar. Evening

Cumberland 2 M. Post M. Herald

Doncaster--Derb. Morning Chronic.

Dorchest.--Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exeter 2, Glouc, 2 P.Ledger&Oracle

Halifax-Hants 2 Brit. Press--Day

Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.

Ipswich 1, Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Lancast.-Leices. 2 Star-Traveller T

Leeds2, Liverp. 6 Pilot--Statesman

Maidst. Manch. 4 Packet Lond.Chr.

Newe.3.-Notts, 2 Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton 2 Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron.--Ing.

N.Wales Oxford 2 Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour. de Londres

Preston-Plym. 2 150therWeekly P.

Reading -Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop-Sheffield2 Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv, inonthly

Shrewsbury Bath 3 Bedford

Staff Stamf. 2 Berwick Boston

Taunton-Tyne Birmingham 4

Wakefi.-Warw. Blackb. Brighton

Wore, 2-YORK 3 Bristol 5, Bury

TRELAND 37 Canıb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND 2 Carli.2--Chester ?

SundayAdvertise. Chelins. Cambria. CONTAINING

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorol, Diaries for March and April 1811 306 Dying Speech of Sir Thomas Armstrong ..338 Monument erected in Memory of Dr. Hawes307 A Controverted Text Council of Trent .:.339 Proposal for a Monument for Vandyke :. ibid. CarterversusGayfere-Gayfere versusCarter341 Langley Castle, the seat of the Tyndales. 308 London Society for converting Jews defended342 " A Fashionable Church Living” advertised 309 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE ....

... 344 Mr. Stillingleet, and the Blue Stocking Club ib. Review of New PUBLICATIONS ; viz. The Times, No. I. .

310 Bishop of Lincoln's Refutation of Calvinism 345 Meteorological Journal kept at Clapton.... 312 Revival of the Greek and Roman Empires,&c.351 Round Church at Little Maplested, Essex 313 Clarke and M‘Arthur's Life of Lord Nelson 354 On Conduct of Parliamentary Oppositionists ib Jacob's Travels in the South of Spain... 357 Illustrations of Horace, Book II. Satire III. .310 Dr. Booker on the Increase of Sectárists,&c. 362 Anecdote of the Rev. Samuel Ayscough..,319 Ricardo and Bradney on the Bullion Report 365 Errors in Irish Genealogies corrected.., , .321 Sketch of the Campaign in Portugal..... 364 Heligolanders characterized by Contrast .. 322 The Acceptance ; Wieland; &c. &c. ibid. Lines on Anniversary of an Infant's Death 323 Index INDICATORIUS

. ibid. Statistical Particulars of Woolstanton, Staff. ih. Select Poetry for April, 1811.:. 365-368 New chapel-ThecelebratedJames Brindley325 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament 369 Architect. Remarkise Psalms sung standing 327 Interesting Intell. from the London Gazettes 374 Appeal in behalf of the Blind--Fire of London323 Abstract of theprincipal ForeignOceurrences 382 Cautions against Errors, &c. of Popery .. 329 Country News-Domestic Occurrences. 386 Mr. Forster's Observations on Meteorology330 Gazette Promotions, Ecclesiast. Preferments591 Analysis of Caxton's Edition of “ Statutes" 352 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons . 392 The * Regalæ Grammaticales” of Perottnis 334 Additions andCorrections informerObituariesib. Regulations respecting the Office of Sheriff 336 Obituary,with Anecd. of rema, kable Persons395 To Overseers about lüegitimate Children ibid. Bill of Mortality- Prices of Markets....407 Biographical Publications Lord Lyttelton 357 Daily Variations in the Prices of Stocks 1. 408

Embellished with two Perspective Views of the Round Church at Little MAPL.Ested in Essex ;

and with the Tablet to the Memory of the late Dr. WILLIAM Hawes, in Islington Church.

By: SYLV ANUS URBAN, GENT.

Printed by J. NICHOLS and SON, at Cicero's HEAD, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-street, London:

where all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, ' Post-PAID. 1811.

WEATHER.

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The average degrees of Temperature, calculated from observations made at eight o'clock in the morning, are 40 22-100ths; those of the corresponding month in the year 1810, were 39 45-100ths; in 1809, 30 56-100ths; in 1808, 33 66-100ths; in 1807, 33 46-100ths; in 1806, 37 94-100ths; in 1805, 40 20-100ths; and in 1804, 36 33-100ths.

The quantity of Rain fallen is equal to 1 inches 56 100ths ; that of the corresponding month in the year 1910, was 62 100ths; in 1809, 1inch 27 100ths; in 1808, 55 100ths ; in 1807, 34 100ths; in 1806, 1 inch 67 100ths ; in 1805, 98 100ths; and in 1804, 1 inch 80.100ths. James's Square, Bristol, 4th. month, 4th, 1811.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for April, 1811. By W. CARY, Strand.
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