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Sept. 14. At Dover,, aged 56, Lieut.. Sept. 19. At Great Berkhamstead, in col. Sir Alexander Allan, bart, of Baker his 67th year, Augustus Pechell, esq. street, Portman-square, one of the Direc Receiver General of His Majesty's Customs. tors of the East. India Company, and late At Plymouth, R. A. Nelson, esq. SecréM. P. for Berwick on. Tweed.

tary of the Navy Board. At Glassnevin, near Dublin, Capt. Thos. Sept. 20. At Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, Dix, one of his Majesıy's 57th regiment. aged 80, Mrs, Delamare.

At Clay Hill, Eufield, in her 70ih year, In his 90th year, Mr. William JohnMrs. Jones,

son, formerly an eminent woolstapler of At Major-gen. Barton's, in Montagu Risby Gate-street, Bury Si. Edmund's. place, Montagu-square, the Right Hon. Sept. 22. At Bromley, Kent (where he Lady Massey.

had gone for medical aid), in his 75th In St. Paul's Church-yard, Frances, year, John Wheble, esq. of Warwickwife of William Vowler, esq.

square, a respectable printer and bookSept. 15. In his 730 year, much re seller, and for 16 years a much-respected spected, Mr. Josh. Gregory, of Cripplegate. Representative of the Ward of Farringdon

John Robinson, eldest son of John Capel Within in the Court of Common Council. Rose, esq. of Cransley, Northamptonshire. He figured away as far back as the days of

In Upper Harley-street, aged 76, Mar “Wilkes and Liberty ;" haviog been in tin Pearkes, esq.

1771 committed by the House of ComIo her 79th year, Mary, wife of John mons, but discharged by Wilkes, as Sitting Henderson, esq. Belgrave-place, Pimlico. Aldermao. He was the projector of “The

Sept. 16. In his 69th year, Wm. Francis County Chronicle," a very successful Eld, esq. of Gloucester Terrace, Hoxton. Weekly Paper; and also of “The Sport

In his 60th year, Richard Fowell, esq. ing Magazine.” of Thetford, formerly of Elvedon, Suffolk. Sept. 23. After an illness of nearly eight

At Edmonton, aged 81, the Rev. Wil- weeks, in his 27th year, at Welchpool, liam Shaw.

Montgomeryshire, William Moody, Clerk, At St. Ives, Huntingdonshire, Lieut. eldest son of the Rev. W. Moody, of BathJohn Launcelot Houghton, R. N.

ampton House, Wilts. Sept. 17. At Woodbridge, highly respected, and in the 69th year of her age, *** We are happy to contradict the Mrs. Loder, the relict of the late Mr. cruel report of the death of the Hon. Capt. Robert Loder, nearly 40 years printer and Spencer (as mentioned in p. 186). The bookseller of that town. Mr. L. was the Earl and Countess Spencer, on the intelliauthor of the “ History of Framlingham, gence arriving of their sou being safe, had Suffolk,” 4to. a work in which he displayed four fine oxen slaughtered, and distributed much antiquarian labour and research. them, with a large quantity of bread, to He died in 1811. (See vol. LXXXI. s. the poor'round their seat at Althorpe. p. 298.)

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for Sept. 1820. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, froni Aug. 22, to Sept. 19, 1820.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 123 50 and 60 109 Males 819 Males 590

5 and 10 5860 and 70

1187 Females Females 597

10 and 20 48 70 and 80 60 Whereof have died under 2 years old 331

20 and SO 94 80 and 90 37

30 and 40 112 | 90 and 100 8 Salt o£ 1. per bushel ; 4fd. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending September 16, 1820.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye Barly, Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans. ds. d. s. d. d. s. d. s.

d. Middlesex 76 638 635 4/25 041 2 Essex 71 4 39 635 2 24 0 38 3 Sorrey 75 036 8 35 0 24 0 410||Kent 74 500 036 10 24 4 39 4 Hertford 0 42 0 33 0 24 042 0 Sussex 68 900 037

3/44 6 Bedford 68 5 40 0136 0 25 340 5 Suffolk 72 634 831 325 10 40 9 Huntingdon 268 , 400. 034, 0.22 041 4 Cambridge69 434 939 018 1042 0 Northampt. 69 900 0 34 392 647 0 Norfolk 69 8 37 1/32 3 21 6 45 0 Rutland 75 000 037 026, 046 0 Lincoln 70 8 34 036 320 547 1 Leicester 71 0.00 0 36 4 24 10 48 6York 71 840 038 5/21 447 6 Nottingham 71 039 0136 8 24 1046 2||Durham 71 300 0137 5 26

0 Derby 76 0 00 0139 4/27 8:51 6 Northum. 72 446 032 6 26

8 Stafford 69 100 041 10 26 250 11||Cumberl. 70 948 2/34 2/27

400 0 Salop 67 047 000 0 26 10 53 4|| Westmor. 75 048. 336 029 0.00 0 Hereford 64 848 030 026 0 44 2|Lancaster 69 10100 000 026 400 0 Worcester 64 000 034 4/27 2 48 2|Chester 60 700 000 024 900 0 Warwick 66 600 037 1027 050 0 Flint 61 600 0 41

0 Wilts 61 348 034 126 2 47 1 Denbigh 67 000 041 124 11.00 Berks 71 044 0/34 8 26 5 41 11|Anglesea 66 000 0 36 020

000 0 Oxford 67 100 033 625 2 45 0Carnarvon 72 900 038 030 000 Bucks 68 800. 037 327 41496Merioneth 73 200 000 026 4 00 0 Brecon 71000 035 023 400 0|Cardigan 66 700 · 039 320 000 Montgomery66 700 0 30 529 500 0 Pembroke 55 1100 039 0 14 400.0 Radnor 65 7100 032 928 900 0Carmarth, 63 300 034 1016 100 0

Glainorgan 62 000 032 0/24

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Gloucester 64 7100, 0 34 224 1 46 11 Average of England and Wales, per quarter.||Somerset 66 700 (33 11 23 4 45 5135 5124.7144 8||Monm. 64 500 0 31

725 700 0 Devon 72 300 0132 9 24 10 00 Cornwall 70 4100 034 04 500 Dorset 67 2100 030 0/24 000 0

Hants 66 1100 0131 11123 9 43 PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, September 25, 55s. to 60s. OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, September 16, 26s. 4d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, September 20, 35s. 3d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, September 25. Kent Bags........... 31. 5s. to 41. 8s. Kent Pockets

31. Os. to 41. 10s Sussex Ditto ........... 01. Os. to 01. Os. Sussex Ditto

01. Os. to 01. Os. Essex Ditto............. 01. Os. to 01. Os. Essex Ditto

01. Os. to 01. Os. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, September 25: St. James's, Hay 31. 16s. Straw 17. 8s. 6d. Clover 01. Os. - Whitechapel, Hay 41.13. 01. Straw 11, 12s. Od. Clover 5l. 10s. 6d.--- Smithfield, Hay 31. 13s. 6d. Straw 11. 10s. Od. Clover 51.

SMITHFIELD, September 25. To sivk the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef..........

....45. Od. to 4s. 8d. Lamb........ .........4s. 8d. to 5s. 80. Mutton....

...4s. 40. to 55. Od. Head of Cattle at Market September 25 : ..... ...45. 4d. to 6s. Od.

Beasts

2943 Calves 174. Pork. .4s. Od. to 6s. 80.

Sheep and Lambs 17,240 Pigs 240. COALS, September 25: Newcastle 31s. 61. to 41s. Oll. --Sunderland, 41s. 6d. 10 42s. 6d.

TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. Town Tallow 61s. 6d. Yellow Russia 57s.

68 8741

Veal .......

SOAP, Yellow 90s. Moltled 102s. Curd 100s.-CANDLES, 115, 6d. per Doz. Moulds 13s. Od.

THE AVERAGE PRICES of .NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other Property, in Sept. 1820 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scorr, 28, New Bridge.street, Londou.Trent and Mersey or Grand Truuk Canal, 19201. Div. 751. per Aon. Coventry, 9991. Div. 441. per Ann. - Grand Junction, 2101. Div. 91. per Ann. - Ellesmere, 731. with Div. 31. — Gloucester and Berkeley Optional Loan Notes, 521. bearing 5 per Cent. Interest. Regent's, 32. — Worcester and Birmingham, 221. 10s. Portsmouth and Arundel, 101. Discount. Kennel and Aron, 191. Div. ll. - Huddersfield, 13. — Ashby-de-Ja Zouch, 111, 10s. West ludia Dock, 1691. ex Div. 51. Half-year. London Dock, 876, 10s. ex Div. 21. Half-year, — Globe Assurance, 1161. 10s. Div. 61. Rock Assurance, 1l. 175. - Birmingham Fire Office, 3031. — Hope Ditto, 51. 55. Provident Institution, 171. for 101. paid. - Grand Junction Water Works, 42. Chelsea Ditio, 131. 10s. Div. 12s. per Aon, — Westminster Gas Light Company, 581. 10s. ex Half-year Div. 21.-New Dillo, 71.58 Premium. - City of London Dillo Origioal, 221. Premium. — New Ditto, 101. ditto. - Russel Institution, 131. 2s. 6d. Surrey Ditto, 81. 8s. - - London Jostitution, 39 Guineas. - English Opera, Strand, Rent Charges, 121. 10s. per Ann. 1521, 10s. with a Free Admissiou transferable. British Plaie Glass Company, 2001,

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RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. Bank-Buildings, London.

Stock. 3pr.Ct. Con. Ct. Con. Con. Navy. p. cent. Stock. Stock. Bonds.

Red. 13 pr.Ct. 34 per 4 pr.Ct.15 per Ct. Imp. 31 India
EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN SEPTEMBER, 1820.

S. S.
74$ 21 22 pr.
India

2 pr.
Ex. Bills. Omnium

673 85

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

In answer to an enquiry, we are enabled the Gentleman's Magazine for the year to state, that the Bourbon Prize.money, 1796, p. 950, he will there find it :-but I and the third payınent from the Isle of 'beg leave to iuform him that ‘Happy Dick' France, will be in course at the Deputy was the son of Richard Jones, Esq. of Treasurer's office, Chelsea Hospital, in Ja Dingestow Court in Monmouthshire; he duary next. It is not expected there will possessed about six hundred pounds abe any further payments for Java, Co year in that parish and neighbourhood. lumbo, or Pondicherry.

Having lived a gay life be chose at the The Letter, dated Sept. 6, accompanied : latter part of it to marry a Miss Milby a second Poem, shall be duly forwarded bourne, of Wonastow, a single lady aged to the gentleman who noticed the former sixty, with a fortune of ten thousand publication.

pounds. Having taken possession of her The Inscription on the Font of Chel. property, he is said not to have lived a morton Church, co. Derby, is 100 much second day under her roof. Mr. Jones was obliterated to be decyphered.

6 feet 3 inches high, and well proportioned. A MERCHANT TAYLOR allows E. J. C. The Author's name was Gwynn, second page 128, to be correct in bis approval of Master of the Free Grammar School in the " Pointed style for ecclesiastical Monmouth. He wrote also some witty buildings," and observes, that every per lines on Sir C. Hanbury Williams, occasionson of true taste must accord with him ed by his losing his Order of the Baih. but so many circumstances tend to mi. In the latest Progress made by Queen litate against its adoption--that the opi. Elizabeth, in the first week of September nions and votes for Parish Churches are 1601, she first visited Sir William Russel grounded exactly on the same foundation at Chiswick ; and then Mr. Ambrose Cotas the election of a Lecturer so ably illus- tinger; “ who, because he was a Master trated by Dr. Johnson in his Fugitive of Arts, entertained her with a Latin OraPieces.-A course apron round the bowels tion." - CARADOC inquires, if there are has a vote for such as well as the scienti any traces of the visit at Chiswick ? and fic traveller, the correct designer, and the where was the residence of Mr. Cottinger? man of taste ; the plain fact is, that we are He supposes it was on or near the road not a nation possessing, generally speak- from Chiswick to Harefield. ing, genuine taste our public buildings, H. Harvey, of Wickham Skeith, Suffolk, and the position of them betrays it.” states, that he has prepared a model for

A QUONDAM CHURCH WARDEN (in reply representing the mamer in which Directo T. S. p. 206.) observes, “ Seats in the tion Posts might be seen in the dark, Church being fixed to the freehold, the by causing painted letters to give light, Church wardens cannot dispose of them in the night time. He says that this alone, nor can the Churchwardens and

transparent property will remain undimi. Rector joinily dispose of them, without nished for several years. the consent of the ordinary; and though In vol. LXXXVII. p. 446. J. B. who such dipositions have been made, yet it has inserted ihe Lines upon Brown Willis, has been always presumed that it was so the celebrated Antiquary, has introduced done with the consent and approbation of them with a remark, that this Jeu d'Esprit the Ordinary. But by particular custom is attributed to Richard Lord Viscount the Churchwardens may have the order Cobham, but observes, that " whether his ing the seats ; yet they must shew some Lordship were in truth the Author, be particolar reason why they are to order does not know." Q. V. would therefore The seats, exclusive of the Ordinary ; for “ feel great satisfaction in learning from a general allegation, that they used to re some authority upon which he could rely, pair, which is no more than what they who was the real author of the lines in are obliged to by common right, is not question ? Perhaps some of the members sufficient. But as seats are erected for of the noble family could state whether the more convenient attending of divine the Lord Cobbam were really the writer service, and as the parishioners are at the of the lines which appeared with the name expence of erecting them and keeping in of Dr. Darrell attached to them." Our repair, if any of them be taken away, Correspondent would also be glad to though they are fixed to the freehold ; yet know whether any other published literary the Churchwardens, and not the Parson, effoit had been rightfully assigned to the shall bring the action agaiost the wrong Noble Viscount; not from a motive of doer.”

mere curiosity, but with the better view says, your Correspondent Ereu. of recording the fact in an account of NETES, P. 102, expresses a wish to see the writers who have flourished in the last song of • Happy Dicki'- If he will turn to

century.

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