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At Winchilsea, aged 59, Geo. Dawes, esq. Nov. 22. At the Priory, near Temple

Nov. 18. In Alfred - place, Bedford more, Ireland, in his 63d year, Sir Job square, aged 57, Williain Morris Frye, Craven Carden, Bart. brother-in law to Tate of Wailing on, Surrey, only son of Lord Viscount Haberton, by his first wife; the late Col. Newton.

also to Lord Rossinore, by bis lale wife, Ai Stanmore Hill, in his 58th year, W. Lady Carden, niece of the Countess of Bartleti, esq.

Clermont. He is succeeded jo his title A1 Walthamstow, Anna Maria, daugh- and estates by his eldest son, now Sir Ar. ter of Robert Burchall, esq.

thur Carden, of Templemore and Tippe. Nov. 19. At Hastings, Sussex, of a de rary. cline, Carolin wife of the Rev. Theodore At High Wycombe, aged 75, Richard Dury, Rector of Kigbley, Yorkshire. Bowyer Atkins, esq. fifth son of Sir Wil

The wife of George Gude, esq. Solicitor, liam Bowyer, Bart. of Denham Couri, of Gray's-inn.

Buckinghamshire, brother of Sir William At Thirsk, Miss Lascelles, daughter of and Sir George, fourth aud fifth Baronets, the late Lascelles Lascelles, esq. of Hemp apd uncle of Sir George, who now inherits ton, Yorkshire.

the Baronetcy of 1660, as well as that In ber 21st year, Frances Incledon, granied in 1794 to his father, the gallant daughter of Edward Paul Pilcher, esq. of Admiral. the Vines, Rochester.

Noc, 23. At Swansea, aged 68, William Nov. 20. The Rev. John Averell, Rec- Birch, esq. lale of Great Queen-street, or of Clashmore, Ireland.

Lincoln's-joo fields.

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL Shares and other PROPERTY, in Nov. 1820 (to the 24th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London. --Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, 7001. Div. 401. per Ann.- Neath, 4001. Div. 251. per Ann. 51. Bonus. Grand Junction, 2101. Div. 91. 'per Ann. - Barnsley, 1601. Div. 81. per Ann. Gloucester and Berkeley Optional Loan Notes of 601. bear. ing per Cent. loterest, 8l. Discount. - Eilesmere, 631. ex Div. 31.- Regent's, 251.-• Worcester and Birmingham, 221. 10s. - Portsmouth and Arundel, 101. Discount. Kennel and Aron, 181. ex Div. 18s.--Huddersfield, 13. — Ashby-de.la Zouch, ill. 10s. West India Dock, 1651. Div. 101. per Ceni. - London Dock, 901. ex Div. 21. Half-year, — Globe Assurance 1171. 10s. Div. 61. — Imperial, 771. Div. 41. 10s. --Albion, 401. 21. 10s.- County, 391.-Rock Assurance, il. 16s. - Hope Ditto, 31. 5s.

Provident Institution, 171. for 101. paid. - Grand Junction Water Works, 421.

Westminster Gas Light Company, 58l. 10s. ex Half-year's Div. 21.—New Dillo, 71. 5s. Premium. - City of London Ditto Original, 201. Premium. - New Ditto, 101. ditto. — London Institution, 39 Guineas.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for Nov. 1820. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. ll Height of Fahrenheit’s Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, frons Oct. 24, to Nov. 21, 1820.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 120 | 50 and 60 111 Males 784 ? Males

5 and 10 65 60 and 70 93 1522

1174 Females . 738 } Females 533 5

10 and 20 46 70 and 80 65 Whereof have died under 2 years old 293

20 and 30 96 80 and 90 33

30 aod 40 125 90 and 100 4 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4£d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending November 18, 1820.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans
sids. ds. ds. d. s. d.

Wheat Rye Barly Oats. Middlesex 27 1128 4:3 1136 11

ds.

d. Surrey 64 234 0/27. 2/23 6/35 8 i London 63 0127 1129 022 4 Hertford 62 10100 0 26 1023 4140 () 2 Suffolk

62 123 6/25 1120 8 Bedford 64 536 025 $123 4.36 1 Huntingdon 59 11 00 0124 1021 2 35 9 3 Norfolk

60
727

5 26 1 20 5 Northampt. 65 600 0 26

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238 8 4 Lincoln

57 8 32 10/29 1 19 0 Rutland 60 0100 0129

040 0 York Leicester 64 oloo

0.32 4124
2 +7 9 5 Durham

57 8 +2 0/29 2 22 9 Nottingham 62 638 0/32 9 24 244 8 Northum. Derby 65 400 0 34 2125 2149 0 6 Cumberl.

.57 5 44 330 520 2 Stafford 61 400 034 625 645 6 Westmor. Salop 54 11 14 630 725 8 51 6 7 Lancaster ? 56 934 734 2230 Hereford 52 5 10 26 5 24 2/38 5

Chester Worcester 58 200 0129 21 27 8 46 5 8 Flint Warwick 60 9100 0 35 0 28 5 48 0 Denbigh Wilts 50 200 0/26 5/25 8 43 7 Anglesea

54 1034 730 519 0 Berks

57 800 025 1023 0 37 Carnarvon Oxford 58 9 00 0124 923 1039 Merioneth Bucks 61 200 0/24 10/25

637 9 Cardigan Brecon 51 5 35 2/25 4121 4100 Pembroke Montgomery 54 11 00 0/27 9/24 3100 0 Carmarth.

52 10|34 728 015 9 Radnor 52 700 0128 0124

Glainorgan Essex 57 329 0125 4121 4 34 10 10 Gloucester Kent

59 8/31 (128 6/23 4 32 11 Somerset 55 634 727 321 1 Sussex 56 1100 0128 0/22 9|36 6

Monm.

11 Devon Aggregate Average which governs Importa Cornwall

60 334 726 7 20 5 tion 57 11133 8128 5120 5138 4 || 12 Dorset

Hauts

56 634 725 620

4100

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PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, November 27, 50s. to 55s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, November 18, 22s. 4d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, November 22, 34s. 7d. per cwt.
PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, November 20.

Os. to
Kent Bags..........

41. 16s. Kent Pockets

31. 55. to 51. 55. Sussex Ditto ............ 21. 8s. to 31. 3s. Sussex Ditto ..........

21. 10s. to 31. 14s. Essex Ditto........ 21. 10s. to 31. 10s. Essex Dicto

21. 16s. to 41. Os. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, November 27: St. James's, Hay 31. 15s. Straw 17. 7s. Od. Clover 01. Os. — Whitechapel, Hay 41. 15. Od. Straw 11.11s. Od. Clover 4l. 145.--. Smithfield, Hay 31. 13s. Od. Straw 11. 7s. 6d. Clover 41. Os.

SMITHFIELD, November 27. To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef........... ....3s. 4d. to 4s. 8d. Lamb....... ..........Os. Od. to (s. Od. Mutton.....

....3s. Od. to 4s. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market November 27 : Veal ............. ........3s. 8d. to 5s.

Beasts ..............

2,569 Calves 160. Pork.. S..........................45. Od. to 5s. Od.

Sheep and Lambs 15,940 Pigs 220. COALS, November 27: Newcastle 35s. Od. to 44s. Od.-Sunderland, 36s. Od. to 445. 6d.

TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. Town Tallow 57s.6d. Yellow Russia 54s.

8d

SOAP, Yellow 86s. Mottled 98s. Curd 1025.-CANDLES, 10s. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 12s. Od.

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6 pr.

168 73

5 pr.

27 25 pr.

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EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN NOVEMBER, 1820. Bank Red. 13pr.Ct./ 34 per 4 pr.Ct. per Ct. B.Long

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE. A CONSTANT READER wishes to call the it is printed in the same character with attention of the well-disposed part of the the Confessions and Creeds themselves, as Public (at the present unsettled period), a bint to the Minister that he is still to go to a very excellent publication by the esti on, and, by announcing the Amen himself, mable and benevolent Jonas Hanway, esq. to direct the people to do the same, and intituled, “ Advice from a Farmer to his set their seal at last to what he had been Daughter on occasion of her going into before pronouncing." Service,” &c. printed by Dodsley in 1770. A Correspondent inquires, whether the He would also feel obliged by being in- Secoud Volume of Mr. DALLAWAY'S “ His. formed," whether this work has been tory of Sussex,” (which was unfortunately abridged, as hinted at in a note, p. 48, of burut at Messrs. Bensley's fire,) will be the first volume. Should this not be the re-printed ; and whether the History is case, it would be well worthy the alten likely to be completed. tion of the Society for promotiog Christian J. T. M. adverting to the popular novel Knowledge, as a book can scarcely be pro. of "The Monastery,” asks, if any traces duced better calculated for a Purochial of a family vam«d Avenel are to be found Library."

io Scotlaud ? A Jobn Avenel was Sheriff AN ENGLISH Reader remarks, “ Iu Dr. of the counties of Cambridge aud HuntingCarey's very pleasing and edifying Avec don, 1 Ricb. II. dotes from Valerius Maximus, p. 403, the PROJECTOR says, “ Perhaps some of name of the person to whom she was your Readers may be able to state, whebetrothed, is called Indibilis; whereas, in ther the Atlantic and Pacific Oceaps are Hooke's Romau History, vol. IV. p. 48, on the same level ? If they are, the cut. her father is thus named, and her lover is ting through the Isthmus of Darien is au called Allucius. Dr. Carey, from his ex undertaking, to the execution of which tensive and erudite acquaintance with the inankind may reasonably look forward. autient authors, will, I hope, give some Whoever duly reflects on the stupendous authority to confirm Valerius Maximus' works produced by combined labour, or, relation."

10 express it more properly, by multitudiA. Z. observes, “In your account of nous la bour, in aotient times, by the EgypMr. Hatsell, p. 373, you do not say who tians aod the Romans, will have to diffithe Mr. Dyson is that aitended the fune culty in conceiving the possibility of exeral. He is sou of that Mr. Dyson to whom cuting the project above-mentioned, proMr. Hatsell gratefully acknowledges he vided some tiousands of workmen were owed his situation. Mr. H. a good wavy employed upou it. Under the auspices of years ago introduced the sou into the

the Allied Poteptates, whose armies are no office. As he is alive, nothing more can longer needful for preserving the peace of be said of him at present, than that, whene Europe, the requisile number of workmen ever Society shall have to lament bis loss, might be obtained. Each of the Sove. it will be felt by every one who had the reigos might furuish a certain quota of pleasure of knowing him.”

men to go out as volunteers on this emPHILIP says, “It has often been re ployment, and to have increased pay. marked, that in the smaller editions, &c. The quota to be furnished by the different of the Common Prayer Book, little or no Sovereigns to be in proportion to the comattention is paid to the character in which mercial connexion of the territory over the Amen is printed. The following note which they rule. It should be understood on the subject, in Dr. Mant'; * edition of that previous arrangements must be made the Common Prayer Book, is worthy of with ihe Government of the Country where consideration : •In our presept Cominon the operations are to be conducted, both Prayer Book, it is observable that the for the protection of the labouring party, Amon is sometimes priuted in oue cha and for the regular supply of pruvisious racter and sometimes iu another, the rea and other requisites. The advantages son of which I take to be this: at the end that would result from such an uuderof all the Collects and Prayers, which taking are too obvious to aeed enumera. the Priest is to repeat or say alone, it is tion. Its completion would form an era priuted in Italick, a different character in tbe bistory of the world." from the Prayers themselves, to denote, I P. 469. lo the signature to the Memoir suppose, that the Minister is to stop at of the Rev. J. Jervis, for T. A. read T. J. the end of the Prayer, and to leave the *** In our Supplement, which will be Amen for the people to respond: but, at published on the 1st of February, will be the Lord's Prayer, Confessions, Creeds, inserted several interesting articles ; par. &c. and wheresoever the people are to ticularly, Descriptions and Embellishments join aloud with the Minister, as if taught of Staveley Church, co. Derby, and North and instructed by him what to say, there Marston Chorch, cc. Bucks; Compendium

of County History; Progress of Anecdotal • Now Bisbop of Killaloe.

Literature, &c. &c.

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