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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 Lieutenant.

Lately. At Byletts, aged 62, MaryAnne, wife of the Rev. Henry Evans, of Stone-house, Worcestersh.

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At Ramsgate, aged 76, Elizabeth, wid. of Capt. G. W. Bourn, R.N.

Nov. 21. At Hall-place, Harbledown, near Canterbury, aged 73, Mrs. Webb, widow of Col. Webb.

Nov. 22. At Mr. Arkcoll's, Maidstone, Anne Elizabeth, second dau. of Henry Farncomb, esq. of Icklesham, Sussex.

Nov. 25. At Dover, aged 63, John Marsh, esq.

Nov. 27. At Eltham, aged 31, Katharine-Hyde, fourth dau. of the Rev. Francis Wollaston, late Rector of Chislehurst.

Dec. 2. At Ramsgate, aged 32, Robert Henry, eldest son of the late John Stocklade, esq. of Holme Lodge, near Ripon.

Dec. 4. At Holden House, Southborough, aged 55, Thomas Lotherington, esq. one of the magistrates of the county.

Dec. 7. At West Malling, Harriet, wife of John Dudlow, esq.

Dec. 12. At Dover, aged 88, Henry Pitman, esq. late Barrack Master.

At Woolwich, aged 64, Major John Mann, son of the late Gen. Gother Mann, Inspector Gen. of Fortifications.

LANCASTER.-Nov. 18. At Fern Hill, Preesall, Anna Maria, wife of the Rev. William Hough, incumbent of Hambleton, and youngest dau. of the late Capt. Elliott, Elliott House, Ripon.

At Ardwick Green, near Manchester, aged 56, Joseph Crewdson, esq.

Nov. 24. At Todmorden, aged 75, Miss Mary Crossley, sister to the late John Crossley, esq. of Scaitliffe.

Nov. 26. At Liverpool, aged 25, Maria, second dau. of John Smith, esq. one of the proprietors of the " Liverpool Mercury."

Nov. 27. Aged 57, John Brooke, esq. of Shepley Hall, near Manchester.

Dec. 1. At Walton Hall, near Liverpool, Richard Leyland, esq. banker, who was regarded as the richest man in Liverpool. He died childless, and it is supposed his property will devolve to his nephews.

Dec. 13. At Davy Hulme Hall, aged

LEICESTER.-Nov. 24. At Loughborough, aged 90, Mrs. Hannah Gilbert, mother of S. M. Gilbert, esq. member of the Common Council of the city of London, and Vice-Chairman of the East London Union.

Dec. 4. Aged 19, Charles John Humfrey, esq. of the 70th Foot, only son of J. B. Humfrey, esq. of Kibworth Hall. LINCOLN. Oct. 31. At Rockbury, near Boston, aged 29, Henry-Pelham, youngest son of the late Capt. Henry Pelham Davies, H.E.I.C.S.

Nov. 18. At Spalding, aged 90, Elizabeth, relict of Robert Parr, esq. formerly of Deeping Fen.

Nov. 22. At Fauldingworth,near Market Rasen, aged 96, Mrs. Jane Orde.

Lately. At Louth, William Allison, esq. banker.

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MIDDLESEX.-Nov. 19. Aged 32, Richard-Fowlkes, son of Samuel Wimbush, esq. of Finchley.

Nov. 23. At Uxbridge, aged 50, William F. Smith, esq. banker.

Nov. 28. At Hampton Court Palace, aged 54, Miss Margaret Boyd.

Dec. 1. At Teddington, Mary Anne, wife of Rear-Adm. Collard.

Dec, 3. At Great Ealing, aged 24, Richard-Hartley, eldest son of Richard Carter, esq. surgeon R.N. Beverley.

Dec. 6. At Brentford, aged 78, Juliana-Lydia, the last surviving dau. of the late Mrs. Trimmer, the author.

Dec. 16. At Hampton Court Palace, aged 76, Lady Anne Culling Smith, sister of the Duke of Wellington. She was the elder and only married daughter of Garrett first Earl of Mornington by the Hon. Anne Hill-Trevor, eldest dau. of Arthur first Viscount Dungannon. She was married first, in 1790 to the Hon. Henry Fitzroy, who died in 1794, leaving issue the late Marchioness of Worcester, first wife of the present Duke of Beaufort, and who died in 1821, leaving two daughters; secondly, to Charles Culling Smith, esq.by whom she was mother of the present Duchess of Beaufort, who has issue Henry Marquess of Worcester and six daughters.

MONMOUTH. Dec. 2. At Malpas, near Newport, aged 44, Miss Allfrey.

NORFOLK.-Nov. 1. Aged 63, William Oxley, esq. of Lynn.

Nov. 7. At Wymondham, aged 68, Henrietta-Maria, wife of S. Cann, esq.

Nov. 9. At Witton House, aged 57, John Penrice, esq. of Great Yarmouth, eldest brother of Thomas Penrice, esq. of Kilvrough House, Glamorgan.

Nov. 20. At Norwich, aged 68, David Irwin, assistant editor of the Norfolk

Chronicle, on which he had been employed for more than forty years.

Nov. 24. Aged 72, Jonathan Matchett, esq. senior proprietor and editor of the paper from the death of his respected father-in-law and colleague, the late Mr. Stevenson, in 1821.


Nov. 27. At Cossey, aged 68, Richard Mackenzie Bacon, esq. principal proprietor and editor of the Norwich Mercury, and formerly editor of the Quarterly Musical Magazine and Review.

Dec. 1. At Walpole, near Lynn, aged 22, Catherine Louisa, wife of the Rev. Edward F. E. Hankinson, and second dau. of Samuel Hoare, esq. of Hampstead.

OXFORD.-Nov. 22. Andrew, fifth son of Mr. F. Corbet, late of Nethercot.

Dec. 7. Near Appleton, Mr. Walsh, solicitor. He was returning from Oxford, when his horse turned restive and upset the gig, and he was killed on the spot.

Dec. 8. At Kingston, aged 95, the Hon. Mary, widow of Richard Clerke, esq. and dau. of Thomas first Lord Foley. Dec. 9. At Banbury, aged 24, John Henry, younger son of John Wise, esq. surgeon.

Maria, wife of G. V. Cox, esq. of Oxford.

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Dec. 11. At Bath, Mrs. Emma Vidal. STAFFORD.-Nov. 22. At Chillington, aged 81, Lady Charlotte Giffard, widow of Thos. Giffard, esq. She was second dau. of William second Viscount Courtenay, and sister of the late Earl of Devon. She was married in 1788, and left a widow in 1823.

SUFFOLK.-Nov. 13. At Lound-hall, near Lowestoft, in his 101st year, Thos. Moyse, esq.

Nov. 14. At Little Cornard, Mrs. Pochin, wife of the Rev. William Pochin, and only dau. of the late Edw. Greene, esq. of Sudbury, and Lawford-hall, Essex.

Nov. 26. Aged 79, Hester, widow of Charles Blomfield, esq. of Bury St. Edmund's, and mother of the Bishop of London.

Lately. At Barton Mere, aged 85, Thomas Quayle, esq. bencher of the Middle Temple, and lately Chairman of Sessions for the western division of the county. He was called to the bar June 18, 1790.

SURREY.-Nov. 16. At Pendhill, near Bletchingly, aged 78, Henry Seawell, esq.

Nov. 19. At Ashley Cottage, Waltonon-Thames, aged 68, Elizabeth, dau. of Peter Campbell, esq. of Kilmory, Argyleshire.

Nov. 21. Aged 61, Martha, wife of David Price, of Balham.

Dec. 3. At Croydon, aged 69, Henry Courtney, esq. son of the late John Courtney, esq. of Beverley, Yorkshire, and brother of the Rev. John Courtney, Rector of Sanderstead, Surrey.

Dec. 5. At his daughter's residence, Bletchingly, aged 73, Samuel Pope, esq. father of the Messrs. Pope, coal merchants, London.

Dec. 6. Aged 15, Emily-Louisa, dau. of the Rev. C. Fox Chawner, M.A. Rector of Bletchingly.

Dec. 7. Elizabeth North, of Harefield House, Cheam.

Dec. 8. At Norwood, aged 87, Miss Ann Mabley.

Dec. 12. At his residence, near Richmond, aged 57, the Hon. Heneage Legge, brother of the Earl of Dartmouth. He was born Feb. 29, 1782, and married, in 1827, Mary, dau. of Major Johnstone; but had no issue. He was senior Gentleman Usher to her Majesty, and one of the Commissioners of the Board of Customs.

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esq. of Duddeston House, and of Leamington, Warwickshire.

Nov. 10. At Brighton, aged 62, Barwell Browne, esq. of Wood-st. Cheapside, and Wallington, Surrey.

Nov. 14. At Hastings, aged 73, Samuel Taylor, esq. of John-st. Bedford-row. At Brighton, Harriet, wife of William Henry Kylne, esq.

Nov. 15. At Sussex-sq. Kemp Town, Brighton, aged 71, Madame Lefaudeux.

Nov. 20. At Brighton, aged 50, Caroline, wife of James Window, esq. of Craig's-court.

At Angmering Park, Mrs. Olliver, relict of Mr. Olliver.

Nov. 23. Aged 72, John Watson, esq. of Wick Lodge, Brighton.

Nov. 26. At Hastings, Major Mungo M'Pherson, late of the 42d Highlanders.

Nov. 29. At Brighton, aged 78, Isabella, relict of Richard King, esq. formerly of London.

Nov. 30. At Henfield, aged 46, Nelson Smith Morgan, esq. surgeon.

Dec. 2. At Bognor, aged 88, Sir Isaac Wilson, M.D. F.R.S. for many years physician to the Royal Naval Hospitals at Plymouth and Haslar, and domestic physician to the Duke and Duchess of Kent. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in Feb. 1831.

At Brighton, John Jackson, esq. formerly of Hans-pl. Sloane-st.

Dec. 9. At Brighton, Lady Elizabeth, wife of the Hon. Lawrence Parsons. She was the eldest daughter of Hector-JohnGraham second Earl of Norbury, by Elizabeth, only daughter and heir of William Brabazon, esq., and was married in 1836.

Dec. 10. At Hastings, aged 50, Joseph Binns Hart, many years organist of St. Mary's Chapel, Hastings, and author of the quadrilles from "Macbeth" and "Pietro L'Eremita."

Dec. 12. At Brighton, aged 70, Edward E. Micholls, esq. of New Broad-st.

WARWICK.-Nov. 8. At Atherstone, aged 85, George Miles, gent. only brother of the late Mr. Alderman Miles, of Leicester.

Nov. 9. At Rugby, at the house of Gen. Smith, aged 82, Miss Martha Ridges, of Kenilworth.

Nov. 30. At Leamington, aged 8, the Hon. John Ralph Byron, youngest son of Lord Byron.

Dec. 11. At Leamington, Walter T. Stewart, youngest son of Maj.-Gen. T. Stewart.

At Thorncloe, aged 74, W. Dunn, esq. Aged 79, Mrs. Pennel Cole, relict of Pennel Cole, esq. late of Worcester.

Dec. 4. At Sedgley Park, aged 65, the Rev. Dr. Bowden, Principal of the Roman Catholic Seminary. He inherited a very large income, which he liberally appropriated during his life to works of charity and benevolence, and his loss will be severely felt by the establishment over which he presided.

WESTMORELAND.-Nov. 10. At Acorn Bank, near Temple Sowerby, aged 78, Mrs. Rippon.

WORCESTER. Lately. At Studeley, aged 85, Capt. Francis Edward Holyoake, R.N., formerly consul at Dunkirk,

WILTS.-Nov. 10. At Wootton Basset, aged 81, Elizabeth, relict of Thomas Neate, esq. of Salthrop.

Nov. 16. At Littleton, in the parish of West Lavington, aged 65, David Saunders, the 15th child of the late David Saunders, the subject of Mrs. Hannah More's beautiful tract, "The Shepherd of Salisbury Plain." In early life he entered the army and served in the 25th Light Dragoons; he rose to the rank of Serjeant-Major, but was invalided, and retired on a pension 29 years ago.

Nov. 28. At Salisbury, Elizabeth, wife of Henry Coates, esq. surgeon, of Salisbury.

Dec. 5. At her son's residence, Fittleton, Ann, widow of Isaac Bates, esq. of Kennington, Surrey.

Dec. 9. At Woodford, aged 69, Robert Hughes, esq. late of Salthrop. YORK.-Nov. 10. Emily Elizabeth, wife of the Rev. G. E. Larden, M.A., Vicar of Brotherton.

Nov. 21. At York, aged 63, Hannah Diana, widow of the Rev. H. R. Whytehead, of Thormanby, and mother to Mrs. Dr. Boulton, of Beverley.

Nov. 23. At St. John's, Wakefield, aged 84, Sarah, relict of the Rev. John Taylor, of Horbury, formerly a Justice of the Peace, and a Deputy-Lieut. of the West Riding.

Nov. 25. At the vicarage, Pickering, Mrs. Ponsonby, wife of the Rev. John Ponsonby, Vicar.

Nov. 28. At Lartington Hall, aged 65, Henry Witham, esq. High Sheriff of Durham.

Nov. 29. At Scarborough, aged 31, Jane, third dau. of Samuel Caldwall Brandram, esq.

At Armley House, Leeds, the seat of her sister, Mrs. Gott, aged 75, Mrs. Abigail Rhodes.

Lately. Aged 80, Matthew Camidge, esq. late organist of York Cathedral for nearly half a century.

Dec. 7. At Osbaldwick, near York, aged 52, John Malam, esq. civil engineer.

WALES.Nov. 11. At Bodwenni, near Bala, aged 60, Samuel Evans, esq.

Nov. 22. At Ruthin, aged 4, Arthur Ellis Roberts, last surviving son of the late Rev, Ellis Roberts, Vicar of Llanynys.

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(Including the District of Wandsworth and Clapham.)
From the Returns issued by the Registrar General.

DEATHS REGISTERED from NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 21, 1844, (5 weeks.)

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Nov. 8. At Rothsay, aged 63, Capt. H. Downie, half-pay 11th Foot.

At the Manse of Panbride, Mrs. Trail, wife of the Rev. Dr. Trail.

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Nov. 23. Thomas Henderson, esq. Professor of Practical Astronomy in the University of Edinburgh.

Nov. 27. At Edinburgh, aged 61, James Adamson, esq.

Dec. 11. At Edinburgh, the Dowager Lady Ramsay, of Balmain, widow of Sir Alexander Ramsay, of Balmain, Bart. Kincardine, and eldest dau. and co-heiress of Sir Alexander Bannerman, of Elsick, Bart.

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At Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Jane, fourth dau. of the late Alexander Robertson, esq.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW AT SMITHFIELD, Dec. 27. Hay, 31. 128. to 57. 108.-Straw, 17. 12s. to 17. 16s.-Clover, 47. 10s. to 67. 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.................28. 10d. to 4s. Beasts...... 1319 Calves 17 ....3s. Od. to 4s. Sheepand Lambs 18,420 Pigs 250 Pork............... ........3s. 4d. to 4s. 6d.



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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, 7s. Od. per doz. Moulds, 9s. 6d.


At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock and Share Brokers,
23, Change Alley, Cornhill.

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Birmingham Canal, 80.

-Ellesmere and Chester, 62.- Grand Junction, 160 Kennet and Avon, 91. 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, 14.- Chartered Gas, 69.- -Imperial Gas, 891. Phoenix Gas, 40.London and Westminster Bank, 264.- -Reversionary Interest, 103. For Prices of all other Shares, enquire as above.



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