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wife of the Rev. W. H. Ley, and eldest 61, Robert Josias Jackson Norreys, esq. dau, of Dr. Prichard, of Bristol.

Justice of the Peace, and a Deputy LieuLately. At Byletts, aged 62, Mary- tenant. Anne, wife of the Rev. Henry Evans, of LEICESTER.-Nov. 24. At LoughboStone-house, Worcestersh.

rough, aged 90, Mrs. Hannah Gilbert, KENT. — Nov. 13. At Folkestone (and mother of S. M. Gilbert, esq. member of late of Guernsey), aged 49, Mary Anne, the Common Council of the city of Londau. of the late Terry Sayer, esq. of Sand- don, and ViceChairman of the East Lonwich.

don Union. At Milton-next-Gravesend, Mary, wife Dec. 4. Aged 19, Charles John Humof Major James Glencairn Burns (son of frey, esq. of the 70th Foot, only son of Robert Burns the poet), and eldest dau. J. B. Humfrey, esq. of Kibworth Hall. of the late William Beckett, esq. of En- LINCOLN. Oct. 31. At Rockbury, field, Middlesex.

near Boston, aged 29, Henry•Pelham, Nov. 15. At Dane Hill, Margate, aged youngest son of the late Capt. Henry Pel73, John Adams Tibbitts, esq. formerly ham Davies, H.E.I.C.S. of Warwick.

Nov. 18. At Spalding, aged 90, EliAt Ramsgate, aged 76, Elizabeth, wid. zabeth, relict of Robert Parr, esq. forof Capt. G. W. Bourn, R.N.

merly of Deeping Fen. Nov. 21. At Hall-place, Harbledown, Nov. 22. At Fauldingworth, near Market near Canterbury, aged 73, Mrs. Webb, Rasen, aged 96, Mrs. Jane Orde. widow of Col. Webb.

Lately. At Louth, William Allison, Nov. 22. At Mr. Arkcoll's, Maidstone, Anne Elizabeth, second dau. of Henry Middlesex.—Nov. 19. Aged 32, Rich. Farncomb, esq. of Icklesham, Sussex. ard-Fowlkes, son of Samuel Wimbush, Nov. 25. At Dover, aged 63, John

esq. of Finchley. Marsh, esq.

Nov. 23. At Uxbridge, aged 50, WilNov. 27. At Eltham, aged 31, Katba. liam F. Smith, esq. banker. rine-Hyde, fourth dau, of the Rev. Francis Nov. 28. At Hampton Court Palace, Wollaston, late Rector of Chislehurst. aged 54, Miss Margaret Boyd.

Dec. 2. At Ramsgate, aged 32, Robert Dec. 1. At Teddington, Mary Anne, Henry, eldest son of the late John Stock- wife of Rear-Adm. Collard. lade, esq. of Holme Lodge, near Ripon. Dec, 3. At Great Ealing, aged 24,

Dec. 4. At Holden House, Southbo. Richard-Hartley, eldest son of Richard rough, aged 55, Thomas Lotherington, Carter, esq. surgeon R.N. Beverley. esq. one of the magistrates of the county. Dec. 6. At Brentford, aged 78, Ju

Dec. 7. At West Malling, Harriet, wife liana-Lydia, the last surviving dau. of the of John Dudlow, esq.

late Mrs. Trimmer, the autbor. Dec. 12. At Dover, aged 88, Henry Dec. 16. At Hampton Court Palace, Pitman, esq. late Barrack Master.

aged 76, Lady Anne Culling Smith, sister At Woolwich, aged 64, Major John of the Duke of Wellington. She was the Mann, son of the late Gen. Gother Mann, elder and only married daughter of Garrett Inspector Gen, of Fortifications.

first Earl of Mornington by the Hon. LANCASTER.-Nov. 18. At Fern Hill, Anne Hill. Trevor, eldest dau. of Arthur Preesall, Anna Maria, wife of the Rev. first Viscount Dungannon. She was marWilliam Hough, incumbent of Hamble. ried first, in 1790, to the Hon. Henry ton, and youngest dau. of the late Capt. Fitzroy, who died in 1794, leaving issue Elliott, Elliott House, Ripon.

the late Marchioness of Worcester, first At Ardwick Green, near Manchester, wife of the present Duke of Beaufort, and aged 56, Joseph Crewdson, esq.

who died in 1821, leaving two daughters ; Nov. 24. At Todmorden, aged 75, Miss secondly, to Charles Culling Smith, esq. Mary Crossley, sister to the late John by whom she was mother of the present Crossley, esq. of Scaitliffe.

Duchess of Beaufort, who has issue Henry Nov. 26. At Liverpool, aged 25, Maria, Marquess of Worcester and six daughters. second dau. of John Smith, esq. one of MONMOUTH. - Dec. 2. At Malpas, the proprietors of the “ Liverpool Mer- near Newport, aged 44, Miss Allfrey. cury.

NORFOLK.-Nov. 1. Aged 63, William Nov. 27. Aged 57, John Brooke, esq. Oxley, esq. of Lynn. of Shepley Hall, near Manchester.

Nov. 7. At Wymondham, aged 68, Dec. 1. At Walton Hall, near Liver. Henrietta-Maria, wife of S. Cann, esq. pool, Richard Leyland, esq. banker, who Nov. 9. At Witton House, aged 57, was regarded as the richest man in Liver. John Penrice, esq. of Great Yarmouth, pool. He died childless, and it is

sup- eldest brother of Thomas Peprice, esq. of posed his property will devolve to his Kilvrough House, Glamorgan. nephews.

Nov. 20. At Norwich, aged 68, David Dec. 13. At Davy Hulme Hall, aged Irwin, assistant editor of the Norfolk

Chronicle, on which he had been em- Dec. ll. At Bath, Mrs. Emma Vidal. ployed for more than forty years.

STAFFORD.-Nov. 22. At Chillington, Nov. 24. Aged 72, Jonathan Matchett, aged 81, Lady Charlotte Giffard, widow esq. senior proprietor and editor of the of Thos. Giffard, esq. She was second dau. same paper from the death of his of William second Viscount Courtenay,

spected father-in-law and colleague, the and sister of the late Earl of Devon. She late Mr. Stevenson, in 1821.

was married in 1788, and left a widow in Nov. 27. At Cossey, aged 68, Richard 1823. Mackenzie Bacon, esq. principal proprie- SUFFOLK.-Nov. 13. At Lound-ball, tor and editor of the Norwich Mercury, near Lowestoft, in his 101st year, Thos. and formerly editor of the Quarterly Mu

Moyse, esq. sical Magazine and Review.

Nov. 14. At Little Cornard, Mrs. Dec. 1. At Walpole, near Lynn, aged Pochin, wife of the Rev. William Pochin, 22, Catherine Louisa, wife of the Rev. and only dau. of the late Edw. Greene, Edward F. E. Hankinson, and second dau. esq. of Sudbury, and Lawford-hall, Essex. of Samuel Hoare, esq. of Hampstead. Nov. 26. Aged 79, Hester, widow of

OXFORD.-Nov. 22. Andrew, fifth son Charles Blomfield, esq. of Bury St. Ed. of Mr. F. Corbet, late of Nethercot. mund's, and mother of the Bishop of Lon.

Dec. 7. Near Appleton, Mr. Walsh, don. solicitor. He was returning from Oxford, Lately. At Barton Mere, aged 85, when his horse turned restive and upset Thomas Quayle, esq. bencher of the Midthe gig, and he was killed on the spot. dle Temple, and lately Chairman of Ses.

Dec. 8. At Kingston, aged 95, the sions for the western division of the Hon. Mary, widow of Richard Clerke, county. He was called to the bar June esq. and dau. of Thomas first Lord Foley. 18, 1790.

Dec. 9. At Banbury, aged 24, John SURREY -Nov. 16. At Pendhill, near Henry, younger son of John Wise, esq. Bletchingly, aged 78, Henry Seawell, esq. surgeon.

Nov. 19. At Ashley Cottage, Walton. Maria, wife of G. V. Cox, esq. of Ox- on-Thames, aged 68, Elizabeth, dau, of ford.

Peter Campbell, esq. of Kilmory, ArgyleSALOP. Nov. 13. Aged 69, at the shire. White Hall, Shrewsbury, Harriet, relict Nov. 21. Aged 61, Martha, wife of of the Right Rev. Samuel Butler, D.D. David Price, of Balham. late Bishop of Lichfield, and dau. of the Dec. 3. At Croydon, aged 69, Henry Rev. East Apthorp, D.D. formerly Vicar Courtney, esq. son of the late John Courtof Croydon, and Rector of St. Mary-le. ney, esq. of Beverley, Yorkshire, and broBow, London.

ther of the Rev. John Courtney, Rector Nov. 21. At Heath Cottage, near of Sanderstead, Surrey. Whitchurch, aged 86, Joseph Kennerley, Dec. 5. At his daughter's residence, esq.

Bletchingly, aged 73, Samuel Pope, esq. Nov. 28. At St. John's Hill, Shrews. father of the Messrs. Pope, coal merbury, aged 76, Eleanor, relict of Joseph chants, London. Careless, esq.

Dec. 6. Aged 15, Emily-Louisa, dau. Dec. 10. At an advanced age, Sarah, of the Rev. C. Fox Chawner, M.A. Rec. widow of Humphrey Oakes, esq. late of tor of Bletchingly. Bridgnorth.

Dec. 7. Elizabeth North, of Harefield SOMERSET. - Nov. 12. At Weston- House, Cheam. super-Mare, aged 51, Anna-Eliza, widow Dec. 8. At Norwood, aged 87, Miss of Capt. Lamb, of Leamington.

Ann Mabley. Nov. 22. At Bath, aged 79, Jessy Dec. 12. At his residence, near RichInnes, relict of Professor Beattie, of Ma- mond, aged 57, the Hon. Heneage Legge, rischal College, Aberdeen.

brother of the Earl of Dartmouth. He Nov. 23. At Bath, aged 82, Sarah, was born Feb. 29, 1782, and married, in relict of William Roberts, esq. of Salis- 1827, Mary, dau. of Major Johnstone; bury, and dau. of the late Jeffery Gawen, but had no issue. He was senior Gentle. esq.

man Usher to her Majesty, and one of the Nov. 27. At Bath, aged 66, William Commissioners of the Board of Customs. Henry Hough, esq.

Dec. 13. At Albury, near Guilford, Nov. 28. At Bath, aged 94, Mrs. Ca- aged 35, Lionel Place, esq. late Capt. in therine Harrison, formerly of Bramling 4th Drag. Guards. House, near Canterbury.

Dec. 15. At Chobham, aged 76, Jane, Lately. At South Petherton, while on wife of the Rev. John King, Rector of a visit to her sister, Sarah Emma-Broad- Bisley. ley, youngest dau. of the late Rev. Rob. Sussex.-Oct. 23. At St. Leonard's. Sheppard, of Wrabness, Essex.

on-Sea, aged 61, Samuel Tertius Galton,

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esq. of Duddeston House, and of Lea. At Thorncloe, aged 74, W. Dunn, esq. mington, Warwickshire.

Aged 79, Mrs. Pennel Cole, relict of Nov. 10. At Brighton, aged 62, Bar- Pennel Cole, esq. late of Worcester. well Browne, esq. of Wood-st. Cheapside, Dec. 4. At Sedgley Park, aged 65, and Wallington, Surrey.

the Rev. Dr. Bowden, Principal of the Nov. 14. At Hastings, aged 73, Sa- Roman Catholic Seminary. He inherited muel Taylor, esq. of John-st. Bedford-row. a very large income, which he liberally

At Brighton, Harriet, wife of William appropriated during his life to works of
Henry Kylne, esq.

charity and benevolence, and his loss will Nov. 15. At Sussex-sq. Kemp Town, be severely felt by the establishment over Brighton, aged 71, Madame Lefaudeux. which he presided.

Nov. 20. At Brighton, aged 50, Caro- Wilts.-Nov. 10. At Wootton Base line, wife of James Window, esq. of set, aged 81, Elizabeth, relict of Thomas Craig's-court.

Neate, esq. of Salthrop. At Angmering Park, Mrs. Olliver, re- Nov. 16. At Littleton, in the parish of lict of Mr. Olliver.

West Lavington, aged 65, David Saunders, Nov. 23. Aged 72, John Watson, esq. the 15th child of the late David Saunders, of Wick Lodge, Brighton.

the subject of Mrs. Hannah More's beauNov. 26. At Hastings, Major Mungo tiful tract, “The Shepherd of Salisbury M.Pherson, late of the 420 Highlanders. Plain." In early life he entered the army

Nov. 29. At Brighton, aged 78, Isa- and served in the 25th Light Dragoons ; bella, relict of Richard King, esq. for- he rose to the rank of Serjeant-Major, merly of London.

but was invalided, and retired on a penNov. 30. At Henfield, aged 46, Nel- sion 29 years ago. son Smith Morgan, esq. surgeon.

Nov. 28. At Salisbury, Elizabeth, wife Dec. 2. At Bognor, aged 88, Sir Isaac of Henry Coates, esq. surgeon, of SalisWilson, M.D. F.R.S. for many years bury, physician to the Royal Naval Hospitals Dec. 5. At her son's residence, Fit. at Plymouth and Haslar, and domestic tleton, Ann, widow of Isaac Bates, esq. of physician to the Duke and Duchess of Kennington, Surrey. Kent. He was elect a Fellow of the Dec. 9. At Woodford, aged 69, Ro. Royal Society in Feb. 1831.

bert Hughes, esq. late of Salthrop. At Brighton, John Jackson, esq. for- YORK.--Nov. 10. Emily Elizabeth, merly of Hans-pl. Sloane-st.

wife of the Rev. G. E. Larden, M.A., Dec. 9. At Brighton, Lady Elizabeth, Vicar of Brotherton. wife of the Hon. Lawrence Parsons. She Nov. 21. At York, aged 63, Hannah was the eldest daughter of Hector-John- Diana, widow of the Rev. H. R. Whyte. Graham second Earl of Norbury, by Eli. head, of Thormanby, and mother to Mrs. zabeth, only daughter and heir of William Dr. Boulton, of Beverley. Brabazon, esq., and was married in 1836. Nov. 23. At St. John's, Wakefield,

Dec. 10. At Hastings, aged 50, Jo- aged 84, Sarah, relict of the Rev. John seph Binns Hart, many years organist of Taylor, of Horbury, formerly a Justice of St. Mary's Chapel, Hastings, and author the Peace, and a Deputy-Lieut. of the of the quadrilles from “Macbeth” and West Riding. “ Pietro L'Eremita."

Nov. 25. At the vicarage, Pickering, Dec. 12. At Brighton, aged 70, Ed. Mrs. Ponsonby, wife of the Rev. John ward E. Micholls, esq. of New Broad-st. Ponsonby, Vicar.

WARWICK.- Nov. 8. At Atherstone, Nov. 28. At Lartington Hall, aged 65,
aged 85, George Miles, gent. only brother Henry Witham, esq. High Sheriff of Dure
of the late Mr. Alderman Miles, of Lei. ham.

Nov. 29. At Scarborough, aged 31,
Nov. 9. At Rugby, at the house of Jane, third dau. of Samuel Caldwall
Gen. Smith, aged 82, Miss Martha Brandram, esq.
Ridges, of Kenilworth.

At Armley House, Leeds, the seat of
Nov. 30. At Leamington, aged 8, the her sister, Mrs. Gott, aged 75, Mrs. Abie
Hon. John Ralph Byron, youngest son of gail Rhodes.
Lord Byron.

Lately. Aged 80, Matthew Camidge,
Dec. 11. At Leamington, Walter T. esq. late organist of York Cathedral for
Stewart, youngest son of Maj.-Gen. T. nearly half a century.

Dec. 7. At Osbaldwick, near York,
WESTMORELAND.-Nov. 10. At Acorn aged 52, John Malam, esq. civil engineer.
Bank, near Temple Sowerby, aged 78,

WALES. — Nov. 11. At Bodwenni, Mrs. Rippon.

near Bala, aged 60, Samuel Evans, esq. WORCESTER.- Lately. At Studeley, Nov. 22. At Ruthin, aged 4, Arthur aged 85, Capt. Francis Edward Holyoake, Ellis Roberts, last surviving son of the R.N., formerly consul at Dunkirk, late Rev, Ellis Roberts, Vicas of Llanyoys.

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Nov. 29. At Tenby, Pembrokeshire, Nov. 8. At Rothsay, aged 63, Capt. George Brown, esq. of Crygyborion, and H. Downie, half-pay 11th Foot. formerly of Windsor Castle, Jamaica. At the Manse of Panbride, Mrs. Trail,

Lately. At the Bryn, near Swansea, wife of the Rev. Dr. Trail. aged 56, T. Eden, esq.

Nov. 23. Thomas Henderson, esq. Mrs. Morgan, relict of Charles Mor- Professor of Practical Astronomy in the gan, esq. Registrar of the Diocese of University of Edinburgh. Saint David's, and Clerk of the Peace for Nov. 27. At Edinburgh, aged 61, the co. of Carmarthen.

James Adamson, esq. Mrs. Bloxsome, wife of the Rev. Mr. Dec. ll. At Edinburgh, the Dowager Bloxsome, late Chaplain at Her Majesty's Lady Ramsay, of Balmain, widow of Sir Dock-yard, Pembroke.

Alexander Ramsay, of Balmain, Bart. At Brecon, T. Parker, esq. a magistrate Kincardine, and eldest dau. and co-heiress of the county.

of Sir Alexander Bannerman, of Elsick, SCOTLAND.-Nov. 5. At Edinburgh, Bart. aged 88, Mrs. Elizabeth Haig, relict of At Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Jane, fourth David Greig, esq. of Hallgreig.

dau, of the late Alexander Robertson, esq.


(Including the District of Wandsworth and Clapham.)

From the Returns issued by the Registrar General.
DEATHS REGISTERED from NOVEMBER 23 to DeceMBER 21, 1814, (5 weeks.)

Under 15........2627
Females 2783 5571

15 to 60.........1748
60 and upwards


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PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW AT SMITHFIELD, Dec. 27. Hay, 31. 128. to 51. 108.–Straw, 11. 128. to 11. 168.-Clover, 46. 108. to 61. Os.

SMITHFIELD, Dec. 27. To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef.............. ...2s. 8d. to 4s. 4d. Head of Cattle at Market, Dec. 23. Mutton..... .............25. 10d. to 48. Od. Beasts.............. 1319 Calves 17 Veal ....................3s. Od. to 48. 4d. Sheepand Lambs 18,420 Pigs 250 Pork......................38. 4d. to 45. 6d.

COAL MARKET, Dec. 27. Walls Ends, from 30s. Od. to 31s. 6d. per ton. Other sorts from 24s. 6d. to 27s. Od. TALLOW, per cwt.— Town Tallow, 43s. 6d. Yellow Russia, 42s. 6d,

CANDLES, 78. Od. per doz. Moulds, 9s. 6d.

At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock and Share Brokers,

23, Change Alley, Cornhill. Birmingham Canal, 80.- Ellesmere and Chester, 62.- -Grand Junction, 160

Kennet and Avon, 9. Leeds and Liverpool, 623.- -Regent's, 244.

-Rochdale, 54. London Dock Stock, 119:-St. Katharine's, 119. East and West India, 142. London and Birmingham Railway, 227. Great Western, 151. —London and Southwestern, 76.-Grand Junction Water. Works, 90. West Middlesex, 127. Globe Insurance, 143. Guardian, 491.- -Hope, 11.-Chartered Gas, 69.- -Imperial Gas, 891. Phænix Gas, 40,-London and Westminster Bank, 264.- -Reversionary Interest, 103.

For Prices of all other Shares, enquire as above.


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