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was in the commission of the peace. Dr. March 21. In Chapel-street, Grosvenor. Wells was rector of Croughion, in Nor. place, aged 30, the Hon. Annabella Hawke, thamptonshire, and of Ellesborough, in sister to the present Peer, and grandBuckinghamshire : of the latter rectory daughter of Sir Edward, afterwards Lord he was the patron; and on the 22d jost. Hawke, to whose naval achievements this his remains were deposited there, among country is so greatly indebted. It is imhis ancestors, and near his first lady, who possible for those who knew this amiable was daughter of Joseph Burnham, esq. lady to restrain their wishes from recordmany years Surrogate and Registrar of ing her character. If filial piety- if an the Archdeacoury of Buckiagham. adherence to integrity in every action of

At Plymouth, aged 19, Mr. George a life of anxiety_if resignation to the DiGrover, son of H. Grorer, esq. of Hemel vine Will during the protracted period of Hempsted, one of the midshipmen of his a fatal complaintif a thorough convić. majesty's ship Impreguable. He was tion of the revealed truths of Christianity, much beloved and respected. His fupe. and obedience to its precepts, are, as we ral was attended by all the officers of the firmly believe they are, qualificalions for ship; and Admiral Lord Exmouth, under a heavenly reward, her loss is not to be whom he had served at Algiers, paid the deplored. It was her consolation to die same honour to his rnemory.

in the arros of her affectionate friend, March 17. At Oxford, aged 84, after Miss Stacpoole, her constant companion

lingering indisposition, Mr. Richard from their early youth.-Miss Hawke was Rawlins, surgeon, accoucheur, and apo- author of the poem of “ Bahylon," and thecary, who practised the various branches other works, published in 1811. Her taof his profession in that city and its neigh- lents, improved by an excellent educábourhood to a great extent with uncommon tion, and graced with a knowledge of the ability, humanity, and success, through a modern languages, were dedicated to the period of nearly threescore years : his un- cause of Religion, as her life was devoted deviating rectitude of conduct and friendly to its duties. deportment gained him the friendship and March 25. At Newport, in the Isle of affection of ali ranks. In 1793 he pub. Wight, much respected, aged 67, Mri. lished “A Disseriation on the structure Hall, who has been in her station a bless. of the Obstetric Forceps, pointing out its ing to the world : her house was an asyWefects; and the good effects of several lum for the aged, and a nursery for child. new forms of the Single Curved Blade; ren. A dutiful and affectionale daughter with plates." Handsome inention and soothed her long and languishing bed of extracts from this work, translated into sickness with every attention of filial piety. Latio, were made by Dr. J. Mulder, of “ Circles are praised not that abound Leyden, in 1794, in his Treatise upon the Io largeness, but th' exactly round; various improvements made upon this Such praise they merit, who excel Irıstrument since its first discovery. Not in wide spheres, but acting well.”

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

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39 28, 92 (viol, storm
38 29,40 fair
39 28, 72 stormy
38 29,00 showery
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13 36
14 36
15 37
16 39
17 47
18 45
19 47
20 47
21 40
22 40
23 47
24 40
25 42
26 40

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40 80 cloudy
44 35 cloudy
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44 82 cloudy
47 98 cloudy
47 88 cloudy
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40 cloudy 37 29, 85 fair

60 stormy 40

40 stormy 38 ,65 hail storm 40 ,51 {stormy 36 ,15 rain

BILL OF MORTALITY, from February 24, to March 24, 1818.
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2 and 5 177 | 50 and 60 1516 Males 845 Males 867

5 and 10 64 | 60 and 70 142 1729

1721 Females • 884

Females
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10 and 20 64 70 and 80 119 Whereof have died under 2 years old 480

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending March 21.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beaps

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s. d., s. d. s. d. s. d., s. d. Middlesex 90 4 49 8 46 7130 948 9 Essex 76 739 040 0 28 346 9 Surrey 86 442 0 42 4/30 2 48 6||Kent 87 400 0 43 028 645 4 Hertford 78 452 0 45 630 10 44 4 Sussex 87 100 0 40 9127 0 500 Bedford 83 752 042 628 10,50 8||Suffolk 86 347 11 45 6/28 10 43 7 Huntingdon 82 11 00 043 4/25 847 11|Camb. 75 1100 040 4/23 2144 11 Northamp, 79 000. 0492/28 264 4 Norfolk 81 0 42 0 43 2 29 7 44 11 Rutland 80 000 0 42 0 28 0 49 6| Lincoln 74 945 042 8 24 10 45 11 Leicester 82 850 0 42 4/28 8/54 ol York 73 049 943 726 8160 9 Nottingham 8% 247 6 47 4/30 1056 8||Durham 75 6100 0 44 7 28 1000 Derby 80 6100 0/50 9 31 0J64 | Northum. 67 5 51 741 1/32 356 0 Stafford 88 000 052 630 564 8 Cumberl. 87 1 62 847 8/50 6100 0 Salop 88 2152 857 937 681 9/Westmor. 89 956 0 49 731 11100 Hereford 82 454 4 48 631 8160 2||Lancaster 91 1100 000 0 34 3100 Worcester 84 41000 48 6/31450 11|Chester 86 4100 0 60 933 800 Warwick 82 500 055 4 33 8163 1||Flint 82 8100

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Glainorgan91 200 053 0 25 500 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 79 3/00 047 1032 658 5 84 8450 5747 5129 5154 5|| Somerset 91 0 49 ooo 0 57 8

Monm. 88 1100 0 50 8/30 4100
Average of Scotland, per quarter. Devon 81 000 0144 5128 oloo
68 4154 2141 87831 9153 of Cornwall 87 600 046 325 2100
Dorset 84 11 00 046 4128

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Hants 83. 10.00 0/42 4/28 5/54
PRICE OF FLCIUR, per Sack, March 16, 755. to 80s.
OATMEAL, per Boll (f 140lbs, Avoirdupois, March 21, 345. 4d.

AVERAGE PRICE OF SUGAR, March 25, 52s. 3£d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, March 16 : Keut Bags

221. Os. to. 141. 10s. | Sussex Pockets.........231. Os, ta 251, Os. Sussex Ditto 211. Os. to 9:41. Os. Essex Ditto.............241. Os. to 261. Os. Kent Pockets 231. 10s. to 9 61. Os. Parnham Ditto......... 241. Os. to 301. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, March 16 : St.James's, Hay 41.17s. 6d. Straw 21, 15s. 6d. Clover 51. Os. Od. --Whitechapel, Hay 5l. 2s. Od. Straw 21. 178. Clover 6l. 10s.-Smi thfield, Hay 5l. 5s. Od. Straw 21. 14s. Clover 6l. 10s.

SMITHFIELD, March 116. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef .......................... 45. 4d. to is. 4d. | Lamb.....

.Os. Od. to 0s. Od. Mutton ...................5s, 6d. to 6s, 6d.

Head of Cattle at Market March 16; Veal 58. Od. to 6; . 8d.

Beasts

2,300. Calves 150. Pork

....5s. Od. to 6: Od. Sheep and Lambs 13,000. Pigs 280. COALS, March 16: Newcastle 344 :3d. to 445, 3d. Sunderland 335. Od. to 38s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, 8bb. St. James's s 4s. 8d, Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 4s. 644. SOAP, Yellow, 100s, Mottled 110s. Cum rd 1145, CANDLES, 125, 6d. per Doz. Moulds 145.

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349 Account of Earl's Shilton, co. Leicester... 305 Grievances resulting from Copyright Act. 350 Dr. Hall, Bishop of Dromore, vindicated ibid. Select Poetry

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Historical Chronicle. Remarks on the Signsoflans, &c.continued 307 Proceedings in presentSession of Parliament356 Onllie Frequency of Robbery and Murder 310 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences..560 The DETECTED, a Periodical Paper, No. III.315 Intelligence from various Parts of the King. On the Reply to the Archdeacon of Bath 314 dom, 364.–London and its Vicivity.....366 On Defects in our System of Police, &c. 317 Promotions, &c:;-Births, and Marriages 367

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A Conchological Dictionary bumane.-Will you, therefore, have the of the British Islands,” in which the goodness to say Messrs. Hoare, Bar- different species are described at large netts, Hoare, and Co. London; Eaton, from specimens in his own Cabinet and Stamford; Thorpe, Bourn; H. Claypon, those of his friends, and that, to faciBoston; and Squire, Peterborough, have litate the study of this engaging depart. kindly consented to receive even the ment of Natural History, English names smallest donations for the reiief of Red- will be attached to every species. It mile and bis family, to be disposed of un- will also be accompanied with plates of der the sanction of a respectable Com-' every Genus or Family, and their subdimittee of Bourn and the circumjacent visions; together with an Explanation neighbourhood. -I am, Sir, upon this of all the scientific terms, and an Index occasion, both towards you, and to every for the pronunciation of scientific names. one who may please to assist this poor, We cannot use the Inscription sent excellent, and unfortunate man, with by “ E. M. Crooked Lane," without a due respect, Vicinus."—[Rev. S. Hop- sight of " the enameled head.” kinson, Vicar of Morton, near Bourn.]. The view of the antient Cross at Sa

H. S. N. having observed with pain- lisbury sball appear very soon. ful sensations, the ludicrous and al- H. I.'s Miscellaneous Extracts, and most profane Epitaphs, sometimes en- A. B. in our next; wben we also hope to graven on our Tomb.stones, transmits fulfil our promise to Messrs. HAWKINS, one from the Churcb-yard of St. Giles's, WEEKES, T. and M. P. Cambridge, hoping, as that sacred edifice “ In the Supplement for 1817, p. 631, is now under repair, proper measures

the Duchess de Castries was Eliza, sewill be taken to obliterate such passages cond daughter of Jeremiah Cogblan, as may diminish the regard we ought to esq. of Ardo, co. Waterford, and sister feel to the memory of a departed Christian: of the Countess of Barrymore. « Here mould'ring lies within this bed of “ In p. 14, your Correspondent Drifdust

[lust: fieldis mentions, that John or George A Virgin pure, not stain’d with carnal Aungier, or Hanger, purchased the Such grace the King of kings bestow'd Driffield estate in 1651 ; perhaps he

(Honour. could inform me of the exact name of That now she lives with him a Maid of this purchaser, to whom he was mar. Her life was short, her thread was quick- ried, and the name of his successor in ly spun,

[was done: the estate of Driffield. Drawn out, cut off, got Heav'n, her work “P. 8). For Right Hon. Lady Levinge, This world to her was but a tragic play, read Hon. Lady Leviuge. For Lady She came and look'd, dislik'd, and went Trimblestown, read Lady Trimleston. away."

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