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OBITUARY.-Bill of Mortality.--Markets. [May, aged 54, W. Hamper, esq. F.S.A. Of this May 1. Aged 54, at Maeslough Castle, distinguished antiquary, a memoir will ap- South Wales, Walter Wilkins, esq. pear in our next.

May 4. At Brynhafod, Carmarthenshire, May 7. At Leamington Spa, Mr. in her 43d year, Mary wife of Edw. Bowles Henry Cobb, youngest son of Timotly Cobb, Symes, esq. and dau. of the late Mr. Waresq. banker, of Banbury, Oxfordshire. burton.

April 27. Anne, wife of W. Welch Lea, ABROAD.--Oct. 18. At Allahbod, Lt.esq. of Beaudesert, near Henley, in Arden. Col. Hugh Wrottesley, of the Bengal Esta

WestMORELAND.-April 18. At Eden blishment, brother to Sir John Wrottesley, Grove, near Appleby, aged 71, Richard bart. Tinkler, esq.

Dec. 31, At the Cape of Good Hope, Wilts.-April 22. In his 78th year, Capt. Tho, Erasmus Ward, of the E. I. C.'s Tho. Waters, esq. of Boscombe, Wilts ship Eliza,

April 24. In his 40th year, W. Oakes March. 24. At Malta, Anthony, eldest Blount, esq. of Lidiard House, Lieut. R. N. son of Anthony Surtees, esq. of Hainsterley only son of Sir Charles Burrell Blount. Hall, co. Durliam.

April 26. At Salisbury, in her 91st year, March 27. At Elsinore, in Deomark, Frances, relict of the late W. Ghost, esq. in the 64th year of his age, of apoplexy,

WORCESTER.- April 28. Aged 85, W. Thos. Ellah, esq. principal of the firm of Thompson, esq. of Henwick Hill, Worcester. Balfour, Ellah, Ramals, and Co. He was a

York.-April 16. At Huddersfield, aged native of Market-Weighton, in Yorkshire. 78, Mr. Edw. Hirst, father of Mr. W. Hirst, At Jersey, aged 82, James Trimbey, esq. the celebrated cloth manufacturer of Leeds. of Lewisham, Kent, for nearly half a cen

April 21. Aged 21, John Farsyde Wat- tury common-councilman of the City of son, esq. of Bilton Park, near Knares- London. borough. As an amateur performer on the April 14. At Paris, M. L'Abbé de Pomviolincello, Mr. W. was inferior only to the pieres, father of the Chamber of Deputies. celebrated Lindley.

April

In consequence of a fall in asAt Hyde Lodge, Elizabeth, wife of the cending one of the Egyptian Pyramids, aged Rev. C. Carr, Rector of Headbourne.

32, James Maze, esq. eldest son of Peter Wales.-April 28. At Bettws, Aber- Maze, Esq. of Rownham-lodge, co. Somergele, in her 84th year, Eliz. relict of the set, and partner in the House of Messrs. late Rev. John Fleming Stanley.

Peter Maze and Sons, merchants, of Bristol.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from April 20 to May 24, 1831.

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PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, May 23. Smithfield, Hay 21. 10s. to 31. 155. Straw il. 145. to 11. 185. Clover 31. 15s. to 51. 10s.

SMITHFIELD, May 23. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef ...... ............. 2s. 4d. to 3s. 8d. | Lamb

Os. od. to Os. Od. Mutton.................. 28.

6d. to 4s. od. Head of Cattle at Market . March 25 : Veal .... 3s. 8d. to 5s. Od. Beasts.

2,204 Calves 240 Pork.......... .................... 38. 4d. to 4s. 10d. Sheep and Lambs 20,380 Pigs 200

COAL MARKET, May 23, 258. Od. to 40s. Od. TALLOW, per cwt.-Town Tallow, 49s. 6d. Yellow Russia, 49s. Od. SOAP.-Yellow, 76s. Mottled 82s. Curd, 84s.60.-CANDLES,8s.6d. per doz. Moulds, 10ś.

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PRICES OF SHARES, May 23, 1831, At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, Change Alley, Cornhill.

CANALS. Price. Div.p.awr. RAILWAYS. Price. Div.p.an. Ashby-de-la-Zouch £.80 0 L. 4 Forest of Dean 14 0£.2 10 Ashton and Oldham 98

5 0
Manchester & Liverp. 186

0 Barnsley

217
0 10 0
Stockton&Darlington 210

0 5 0 Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) 250 0

12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckoock & Abergav. 105

0
6 0 East London

114 0

0 Chelmer & Blackwater

103 0 5

Graud Junction Coventry

49

2 10 795 0

50
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Kent

40

0 Cromford

17 0 Manchester & Salford 44 Croydon

2
South London

85 Derby

4 p.ct. 120 West Middlesex

685

3 Dudley

0 58 0 2 15

INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester

3 15 Albion Forth and Clyde

73 0 3 10 625 0 27 0

Alliance Glamorganshire

84 290 0 13 12 8

4 p.ct.

Atlas Grand Junction

100 010 240 0 13 0 British Commercial Grand Surrey

54 54p.ct. 2 10 Graad Union

County Fire

37 0 2 10 234

1 0

Eagle Grand Western

54 77 dis.

O 5

Globe Grantham

138

7 0 195 0 10 0

Guardian Huddersfield

25%

1 0 0 10 Kennet and Avon .

Hope Life

6s.6d. 255

1 5 Lancaster

Imperial Fire

95 0 5 5

Ditto Life Leeds and Liverpool

9

0 8 395 0 20

Protector Fire. Leicester

1 9 1s.6d. 17 0

Provident Life Leic. and North'n

198 1 0 0 73

4 0 Rock Life Loughborough

3$

0 3 205 0 Mersey and Irwell

RI. Exchange (Stock) 1860

40 0 Monmouthshire

MINES. 225

12 0 N.Walsham & Dilham

Anglo Mexican

24 0 10 Neath

Bolanos 830

175 0 0 18 0 Oxford

Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm)

52

3 10

British Iron Peak Forest 65

75 3 Regeat's

Colomb. (iss. at 5 pm) 161 0 12 6

89 dis. Rochdale

Hibernian

5} dis. 4 0 Severn and Wye

Irish Mining Comp?

4 0
203
17

Real Del Monte
Shrewsbury
250

31

0 11

United Mexican Staff. and Wor. 710 0

90 38

GAS LIGHTS. Stourbridge

220 0 12 0 Stratford-on-Avon

Westminster Chartd. 35

54 0 1 5

3 0 Stroudwater

Ditto, New
490
23 0

104 0 12 Swansea

City :
205
15

191 0 10 0 Thames & Severn, Red

Ditto, New 29

120 0 110

6 Ditto, Black

Phenix . 25

110 Trent & Mersey (4 sh.) 630

British

6 p.ct. 3

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37 10
Warw. and Birming.

250
12

315 84 p.ct. Warwick and Napton

Birmingham
215
11

5

983 5

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Birmingham&Stafford
5
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4 0 Worc. and Birming.

Brighton
86

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Bristol

40
DOCKS.

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St. Katharine's

2 dis.
71
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18 0 London (Stock)

62
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380 0 West India (Stock)

10 0 124 0 8

o do. Maidstone East India (Stock)

65 0 4 o do. Ratcliff Commercial (Stock)

3 p.ct. 75 0 4 o do. Rochdale Bristol

15
120 0
4 15 10 Sheffield

60 0 BRIDGES.

10 p.ct. Warwick

50 0 Hammersmith

p.ct. 219

1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark .

Australian (Agricult') Do. New 78 per cent.

134 dis.

I 15 Auction Mart Vauxhall

17 0 15 0 19

10 Waterloo

Annuity, British 17 0

Bank, Irish Provincial
Ann. of 81.

0 18 8 Carnat.Stock, 1 st class
Aan. of 71.

911

0 19 0 0 16 4 Ditto, ad class

78 0

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

From April 26 to May 25, 1831, both inclusive. Fahrenheit's Therm.

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Old South Sea Annuities, April 29, 77 ; May 3, 78; 4,77%; 11, 80%; 12, 801.
J.J. ARNULL, Stock Broker, Bank-buildings, Cornhill,

late RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co. J. B, NICHOLS AND SON, 25, PARLIAMENT-STREET.

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[PUBLISHED JULY 1, 1831.] London Gaz.-Times- Ledger

Norwich, Oxf., Portsm..Pres. Morn. Chron. Post - Herald

ton, Sherb., Shrewsb , SouthMorn. Advertiser--Courier

amplon, Truro, Worcester 2... Globe... Standard --Sun.. Star

Aylesbury, Bangor, Barnst., Brit Trav.. Record-Lit. Gaz

Berwick, Blackb., Bridgew.. St. James's Chron.. Packet..

Carmar., b., Chesterf Even. Mail---English Chron.

Devizes, Dorch., Doncaster, 8 Weekly Pa... 29 Sat. & Sun.

Falmouth, Glouc., Halifax, Dublin 14-. Edinburgh 12

Henley, Hereford, LancasLiverpool 9-Manchester 7

ter, Leaming. Lewes, Linc. Exeter 6-Bath, Bristol, Slief

Lichf. Macclesf. Newark, field, York, 4 --- Brighton,

Newc. On-Tyne, Northamp.. Canterbury, Leeds, Hull,

Reading, Rochest., Salish Leicester, Nottingh. Plym.

Staff., Stockport, Taunton, Stamf. 3....Birmiog. Bolton,

Swansea, Wakef., Warwick, Bury, Cambridge, Carlisle,

Whiteh., Winches.. Windsor, Chelmsf.,Cheltenh ,Chester,

Wolverhampton, 1 each, Coved., Derhy, Durh., Ipsw.,

Ireland 61--Scotland 37 Keudal,Maidst., Newcastle,

Jersey 4- Guernsey 3
JUNE, 1831.

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Original communications.

Review of New Publications. Minor CORRESPONDENCE.....

482 Gilly's Waldensian Researches................513 Italy and the Italians...

D'Israeli's Life of Charles the First..........516 Village of Ruerdean, co, Gloucester .........487 Palgrave's History of England................518 New CHURCHES, No. XXXI.-All Saints Life of Lord Chancellor North...... .521 Poplar, 489.-West Hackney Cirurch....491

Todd's Life of Bp. Cranmer....

.522 Inscriptions on the Monument

Frost's Literary Biography of Hull...........523 Church of Stow, co. Lincoln...

.....493

Dissection of the Saxon Chronicle............524 Sir H. Calthorp-Sir R. Heath......... 495 Williams's Life of Sir Thomas Lawrence.... ib. Works of the Rev. P. Cunningham .......... ib. England's Political Suicide.....

526 Privilege of Franking Letters........ 496 Jones on Wealth and Taxation...... ........527 Monument at Higham Ferrars....... .497 Bowles's Life of Bishop Keu....

529 Families of St. Maur and Seymour..........498 Archæologia, vol. xxIII......

.......531 Origin of Funeral Ceremonies......

ib. Paris's Life of Sir Humphrey Davy.......... 533 On English Derivatives......

..... ........500

Mrs. Bowdler's Pen Tamar....... ........536 Duchess of Portland's Portrait of Milton...501

Nichols's Literary Illustrations, Vol. VI....537 Peerless Pool, City Road.......................502 Fine Arts.-Royal Academy, &c. ..........540 Families of Annesley and White ..............503 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.--New Works, &c.543 Roman Camps & other remains near the Wye 504

ANTIQUARIAN RESEARCHES

............. 545 Family of Cumber........... ib. Select POETRY ........

.547 The Emperor Barbarossa

Historical Chronicle.
Aucient Lawyers and Serjeants

ib.
Proceedings in Parliament.

....549 Forest of Meudon 506-Adventure at Clainart 507

Foreign News, 550.--Domestic Occurrences.552

Promotions, 554--Marriages, &c......... 555 Coins, Pandects, &c. of Justinian ....

............508

OBITUARY'; with Memoirs of the Earl of CoNew Law Terms-Petition to Stella.........510

ventry; Lord Clifford ; Lord Walsingham ; Classical Literature.

Adiniral Sir J. Yorke; Archdeacon ChurOn the Greek Perfect Tense

......511 ton; R. Clutterbuck, esq. F.S.A.; W. Maittaire's Greek Dialects........

ib. Hamper, esq. F.S.A. ; &c. &c..............557 Sotheby's Translation of Homer's Iliad......512 Bill of Mortality:-Markets, 574.-Shares.575 Perfumes used by the Ancients......... ib. Meteorological Diary.—Prices of Stocks..576

Embellished with Views of the New CHURCHES at Poplar and Hackney;

And of the Monument of LAWRENCE SEYMOUR, at Higham Ferrars.

.................

.. 505

By SYLVANUS URBAN, Gent. .

Printed by J. B. Nichols and Son, Cicero's HEAD, 25, Parliament Street, Westminster;

where all Letters to the Editor are requested to be sent, Post-PAID.

gum.”

( 482 ) MINOR CORRESPONDENCE. Mr. J. F. Russell says—" I owe you my to explain this custom; which is, howerer, best acknowledgments for referring me to elegantly and clearly exemplified by Dr. the interesting account of some of my an- Adam Clarke, and confirmed by the Tarcestors in the 94th volume of your miscellany. There is one omission, however, in ARCHIPRESBYTER RURALIS, (who has been those biographical notices, which I should for some time eng ged in collecting matethank you to supply, by inserting the follow- rials in illustration of the office of rural Dean ing brief narrative of the Rev. John Mea. or Archipresbyter,) enquires whether a seal dows, brother of Sir Philip Meadows, K.B. of that ancient office exists in any of the Ambassador, &c. extracted from Palmer's public or private repositories of the kingNonconformist Memorial, vol. iii. p. 284-5. dom That the functionary in question had Owsden rectory, Suffolk. John Meadows, his sigillum auctenticum, on which was enM.A. of both Universities, and Fellow of graven the name of his office, there is no Christ's Coll. Cambridge. He was a person doubt. Indeed, by the 28th constitution of holy in all manner of conversation ; con- Cardinal Otho, it is expressly enjoined that stantly careful to please God, and preserve rural Deans and other officials should resign the peace

of his conscience, always jealous their seals of office immediately on the expiof his own heart, and on every occasion wil- ration of the period of their tenancy, ling to try it. He served God while in his Mr. Madden, of the British Museum, public ministry with great labour and com- would feel obliged for any information refortable success.

A diligent visitor and in- specting the Original Will of Queen Mary structor of his flock, and a practical and I. which, at the beginning of the last cenmoving preacher. He ever maintained a tury, was in the hands of Mr. Hale of Aldercatholic charity for all Protestants, and ley, Gloucestershire, (a son of Sir Matthew greatly bewailed the divisions of the Hale,) and appears since to have been niischurch, and the intemperate heats of all laid, or lost. persuasions. He held occasional commu- The Rev. J. GRAHAM says—"A friend nion with the Church of England, but of mine, James Prior, esq. of the Royal could not desert the duty of his office. Such Navy, the author of the Life of Burke, has was the integrity of his life, such was his undertaken the Biography of Oliver Goldhumility, gospel sincerity, and quiet de- smith, and requests information on the subportment; such bis moderation as to the ject. He has been already tolerably successcircumstantials of religion, and so well did he ful in Ireland, and is not without hope of refill all the relations in life, that his ene. covering some dormant documents in England mies could only object Nonconformity as his which may be of use to him." crime. He was really a pattern of true re- A BIBLIOGRAPHER inquires who the ligion; he preached freely, he lived exem- " Richard Cavendish' was, who is menplarily, he died comfortably in the 75th year tioned in a letter from William Capon to of his age, and was buried honourably.'- Cardinal Wolsey (inserted in Ellis's Original My esteemed uncle, John Fuller, esą. of Letters, 1st series, vol. 1), as having preDunmow, the hereditary proprietor of the sented a “bukk" to

your

Grace's colmanor of Witnesham, possesses a valuable lege” at Ipswich. He appears to have and interesting portrait in oil of the above been of Suffolk, and is called

your

Grace's clergyman, in which he is represented as a servant." youth of 16, in his academical dress, with M. U. will feel obliged for any notices of his hair flowing gracefully upon his shoul- Benjamin Parker, who, fruin 1744 to his ders."

death in 1747, read Theological and PhiloL. remarks Templarius, on the Ad- sophical Lectures in London, having preministration of Oaths, having alluded to the viously published several treatises in these engagement of the servant of Abraham

upon

sciences. He is slightly mentioned by Hutbeiog sent into a distant country to fetch a ton, Hist. of Derby, and by Lysons, Mag. wife for his master's son, is referred to an Brit. Derbyshire. explanation of great delicacy and learning, M. U, is informed that there is no other respecting the mode of adjuration by put- engraved portrait extant of Rev. Stebbing ting his hand under the thigh of the pa- Shaw, the historian of Staffordshire, than triarch: not because “ the posterity of the a private plate drawn and etched by Thomas patriarchs are described as coming out of Donaldson ; an inferior artist, who was unthe thigh, and this ceremony therefore hav- der obligatious to Mr. Shaw. It bears ing some relation to the belief of the pro- scarcely any resemblance to the original. mise, to bless all the nations of the earth hy M.T. is informed that the MSS. from means of one that was to descend from Abra- which Mr. Shaw compiled his History of ham," as in Burder's Oriental Customs, Staffordshire were privately bought by the cited by your correspondent, p. 598, note, late Mr. Hamper, whose collections are now vol. c. pt. ii., but actually thus swearing hy preparing for sale by Mr. Evans. the sign of circumcision, typical of that pro•

The communication of H. H. has never mise. Harmer and Barrington both failed been received.

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