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OBITUARY.Bill of Mortality.Markets. [March, Oct. 31. In Jamaica, Capt. W. G. Dou in June 1825, Elinor, 2d dau. of the late glas, 22 reg.

John de Mierre, esq. Nov. 10. In Jamaica, Mrs. Frances Peat, Dec. 21. At Jersey, the widow of John aged 103.

Edye, esq. of Pinney, Devon. Nov. 27. At Trinidad, aged 18, Ensign

Dec. 28. At St. Germaine en Laye, F. M. Warde, 1st reg. son of Gen. Sir Hen. James Feilde, esq. brother to W. H. Fielde, Warde, K.C.B. of Dean House, near Alres eq. of Stanstedbury, He: ts. the Rev. Thus. ford, and late Governor of Barbadoes. F. and the late Mrs. Nath. Kemp, of Oving.

ABROAD.-Oct. 11. Aged 76, Richard dean, Sussex. J. Uniacke, esq. Attorney-Gen. for Nova Jan. 17. At Malta, the Right Hon. EliScotia,

zabeth-Jemima Countess dowager of Errol, Nov. 20. At Moscow, aged 104, Prince wife of the Right Hon. John Hookham Jury Wladimirowitsch Dolgorowki, who, on Frere, of Roydon, Norfolk. She was the the 8th of July, 1770, bravely defended his second dau. of Joseph Blake, esq. grandship in the famous battle of Tchesme, and father of the present Lord Wallscourt, by was, in 1797, appointed Governor of Mos- Honoria, dau. of Dermot Daly, esq; was cow by the Emperor Paul.

first married Jan. 25, 1790, to George 16th Nov. 28. Drowned, on the coast of Suf Earl of Errol, who died without issue June folk, on his passage from Hanıburgh to 14, 1798; and secondly to Mr. Frere, London, Lieut. James Robertson, RN. Sept. 12, 1816.

Dec. 17. At New York, in the hospital, Jan. 21. At Marseilles, aged 41, John driven by indigence from Mexico, Louis Brotherton, eldest son of late J. B. esq. Joseph Marmontel, son of the celebrated Collector of Customs at Boston. French writer. The Duke of Orleans and Feb. 3. At Paris, aged 37, Frances-Mary, the Duchess de Bourbon were his sponsors, wife of Godfrey John Koeller, esq. late of and the Court held a little holiday at his Donhead Hall, Wilts. birth.

Lately At Marseilles, Capt. Wm. RichAt Neufchatel, aged 34, Henry Van ards, R. N. of Bellevue, Llanengan, Monm. Salusbury, LL.D. late Fellow of Trinity At Calais, aged 57, Lient. W. Mounier, hall, Cambridge ; brother to Sir Tho. Rob. R.N.; he attained that rank in 1795, Salusbury, Bart. He was the third and At Munich, the Hon. Margaret Erskine, youngest son of Sir Robert the first and second dau. of Lord Erskine, the British late Baronet, by Catherine, dau, and coh. of Minister at that Court. Charles Van, of Llanweru, esq. and married

BILL OF NORTALITY, from Feb. 23 to March 22, 1831.
Christened.

Buried.
Males.
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841 1312 Females ...............682

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PRICE OF HOPS, March 25. Kent Bags .......... 81. to 91. Farnham(seconds)...... 81. Os. to 141. 0s. Sussex 9. 53. to 101. 155. Kent Pockets .....

9. 9s. to 141. 14s. Essex. ol. Os. to ol. Os. Sussex......................

91. 5s. to 10. 155. Farnham (fine) ...... 15l. Os. to 181. Os. Essex

8l. Os. to 101. Os. PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, March 22. Smithfield, Hay 21. 10s. to 41. Os. Straw 1l. 13s, to 21. os. Clover 41. 10s. to 51. os.

SMITHFIELD, March 21. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef .... 48. od. to 4s. 60. | Lamb.

Os, od. to Os. Od. Mutton.................. 48.

8d, to 5s. 2d, Head of Cattle at Market . March 21: Veal.. ..................... 53. od. to 6s. od.

2,790 Calves 120 Pork..................... 4s. 4d. to 5s. 20. Sheep and Lambs 20,550 Pigs 170

COAL MARKET, March 25, 225. Od. to 29s. 6d.

Beasts .......

TALLOW, per cwt.—Town Tallow, 48s. Od. Yellow Russia, 498. Od. SOAP.-Yellow, 76s. Mottled 82s. Curd, 845. --CANDLES, 8s. per doz. Moulds, 9s.6d.

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[ 287 ] PRICES OF SHARES, March 21, 1831, At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, Change Alley, Cornhill.

CAN LS. Price. Div.p.anr:. RAILWAYS. Price. Div.p.an. Ashby-de-la-Zouch £.80 o €.4 0

Forest of Dean 14

0 .2 10 Asliton and Oldham 100 0 5 0 Manchester & Liverr. 185 0 Barosley

215 0 10 0 Stuckton&Darlington 210 0 5 0 Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) 265

12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckoock & Abergav. | 105 0 6 0 East London

5 0 Chelmer & Blackwater 103 0 5 0 Grand Junction

484 2 10 Coventry 795 0 50 Kent

40 0 2 0 Cromford

17 0 Manchester & Salford 43£ Croydon

• 2 0
South London

85 0
Derby
120 0 6 0 West Middlesex

70 0 3 0 Dulley

51 0

2 15 INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester 75 0 3 15

Albion

74 0 3 10 Forth and Clyde

625 0 27

Alliance Glamorganshire 290 0 13 12 8

Atlas

94 0 10 Grand Junction

246 0 13

British Commercial 5$ Grand Surrey

5{p.ct. 2 10 County Fire

37

2 10 Grand Union

232

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5 0 0 5 Grand Western

77 dis.
Globe

134

7 0 Grantham

195 0 10
Guardian

24%

1 0 Huddersfield

154 0 10
Hope Life

5 g 6s.6d. Kennet and Avon . 251

1 5
Imperial Fire

96 0 5 5 Lancaster

19

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Ditto Life

92

0 8 Leeds and Liverpool 3977 20 Protector Fire .

1 9 1 s.6d. Leicester

217 0
Provident Life

19

1 0 0 Leic. and North'n

72 0 4
Rock Life

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0 3 Loughborough

205 RI. Exchange (Stock) 186 0 Mersey and Irwell

40

MINES. Monmouthshire

225

12
Anglo Mexican

27] N.Walsham & Dilham 10

Bolanos

165 0 Neath

330
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Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) 55 0 3 10 Oxford

510
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British Iron

9 0 Peak Forest

75
3 Colomh. (iss. at 5 pm)

404 dis. Regent's

0 12

Hibernian Rochdale

45 737

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Irish Mining Comp? 4 0 Severn and Wye

201

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32 0 Shrewsbury

250
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United Mexican
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104

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191 0 10 0 Swansea

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120 0 6 Thames & Severn, Red

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2 dis. Trent & Mersey (4 sh.) | 630 0 37 10

Bath Warw. and Birming.

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84 p.ct. 250 0 1 2 Warwick and Napton

Birmingham

972

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4 O Wilts and Berks

5 0 0 4 Worc. and Birming.

Brighton 87 0 3 Bristol

38 DOCKS.

Isle of Thanet.

2 dis. St. Katharine's 3

18 0 London (Stock) 62} 3 o do. | Liverpool

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25 0

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Bank, Irish Provincial

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

From Feb. 26 to March 25, 1831, both inclusive.
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late RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. J. B. NICHOLS AND SON, 95, PARLIAMENT-STREET.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

Mr. Kempe desires to rectify a misappre- ticed safe ; for this plain reason, that when hension of Mr. W. S. Hesleden, (p. 200), the chest has been opened in a damp atthat our former correspondent quoted Wil- mosphere, on closing the lid, such a qnanliam of Malmesbury, in a passage which tity of humidity is kept in contact with the makes mention of the Battle of Brunanburh, contents, that decomposition must ensue and in which the epithet yellow is applied to from mere want of ventilation." the sea.

A. J. K. distinctly referred to the P. remarks that “ Lord King, in his · Life Saxon Chronicle, as literally translated into of Locke, has printed a letter of Dr. William English by Miss Gurney, and printed at Fuller, Bishop of Lincoln, in order to show Norwich in 1819, for gratuitous and private that the celebrated Dr. Stillingfleet, aftercirculation. “I am not aware (adds Mr. wards Bishop of Worcester, received his Kempe) that any similar term in relation to first dignity' in the Church at the request the sea is employed by William of Malmes of the Earl of Shaftesbury, and that he must bury in his history; in citing which I merely therefore have originally belonged to that said that he had imitated the compilers of nobleman's party. A little inquiry would the Saxon Chronicle by inserting in his work have shown Lord King that it was not the some verses in praise of the renowned mo celebrated Dr. Stillingfeet that was Prenarch Athelstan; but I by no means inti- bendary of North Kelsey, but John Stilmated that the verses in Malmesbury and lingfleet, D.D. Rector of Beckingham in the Saxon Chronicle were the same. How Lincolushire (Willis's Cathedrals, ii. 230), far the appellation of the yellow deep may be and that therefore a charge of ingratitude intended as applicable to the Humber, is ano was gratuitously advanced against that emither consideration ; but before any positive nent prelate. It may be added, in further inference can be drawn from it as to the lo proof of the want of research manifested by cality of Brunanburh, it must be shown Lord King, that, had Dr. Edward Stillingthat the poet intended something more than fleet been appointed to a prebend in 1674, a vatural epithet. When the bright can it would not have been his first dignity,' dle of God the Eternal” sank in the west, since he was preferred to the prebend of and the host of Aplaf sought refuge in their Islington in the Church of St. Paul's in “ nailed ships,” the deep would be gilt with 1667, and to a canopry of the same Cathethe rays of departing light, and therefore dral in 1670." there appears to me nothing very extraor AN OLD SUBSCRIBER remarks, “Lord dinary in terming it yellow.

Courtenay having established his right to Q. says, “F. E. in your Supplement to the Earldom of Devon under the grant to the Magazine for the last year deserves the Edward Courtenay, 28 Sept. 1553, it seems thanks of the country at large for his sug to remain a question whether the present gestion, in consequence of the late lamented Earl be entitled to the precedence of 1553 accident of the destruction of Lewisham only, or to the original precedence of 1335 Church and Registers; and his caution and (which would constitute him premier Earl), recommendation to the Clergy respecting there being a clause in the patent of 1553 the transmission of copies of the Parochial granting to Edward Courtenay the same Registers is very judicious; but I am afraid precedence any of his ancestors being Earls it scarcely extends quite far enough ; for I am of Devon had heretofore enjoyed. Now informed, that in some instances little pro• the original grant to the Courtenays was vision is made for the subsequent arrange dated 22 Feb. 1335.-In what way is the ment or even careful preservation of the do- Earl Compton (see Promotions for March) cuments when transmitted to the Registry to bear the designation of Kirkness p"! of the diocesan. Some attention seems re ANTIQUARIUS will be obliged by being quisite in this particular; and being now so informed if there is

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other near to the point, it may not be amiss to of the Parliamentary Surveys made after the suggest that, whatsoever security may be death of Charles the First in the time of afforded for the preservation of Parochial the Commonwealth or of Cromwell, than Registers in iron chests (and by the bye, if the one in the Archiepiscopal Library at the Lewisham Registers were so kept, what Lambeth. becomes of such supposed security from the P. -82, for Massareene read Massereene, effects of fire ? . and if they were not, what passim. punishment do not the negligent parties de P. 268. The late Lord Rivers's Chrisserve for the irreparable and incalculable tian names were William Horace, not ‘Homischief to which they have contributed ?) race William ;'-on succeeding to the title unless such chests are frequently opened he took the surnames of Pill-Rivers for and constantly kept from damp air, the himself, but his children to be Pitt only, writings, especially parchments, decay much during his life-time; but the heir succeedsooner than when kept in a wooden or lat- ing him in the title to be then Pitt-Rivers.

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