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94 OBITUARY.

[Jan. aged 103, having preserved his faculties un At Dublin, Thos. Eves Green, esq. soliimpaired to the last. He married twice, the citor, for thirty years joint Law Agent to last time at 85, and had eight children by the Corporation. the last wife.

Advanced in age, Edw. H:II, M.D. ReDec. 28. At Edinburgh, Jane, widow of gius Professor of Physic at Trinity college, Sir George Dunbar, Bart. of Mochrum ; Dublin. and mother of sir William Rowe Dunbar, At Cork, in his 70th year, Francis Walsh, thie present and 6th Bart. She was a dau. M. D. the oldest practising Physician in and coheir of Wm. Rowe, esq. of Liverpool, that city. He was Surgeon in Adm. Rodwas married in 1775, and was left a widow, ney's ship, during the battle with Count de with a numerous family, in 1811.

Grasse, April 12, 1782. Lately. At Glasgow, aged 63, John At his son the Rev. Dr. Forster's, LimeReid, M.D. well known in the literary world rick, aged 82, C. Forster, esq. late of Dublin. for his philosophical pursuits, having taught John T. Ardien, esq. Member and Proat various times, students in no less than fessor of Medical Jurisprudence to the twenty-six languages.

Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. At Edinburgh, John-Walter, youngest At Bloomfield, near Dublin, aged 84, son of Geo. Wade, esq. of Dunmow, Essex. the widow of John Ruxton, esq. of Black

IRELAND.---Lately. "At the house of her castle, co. Meath, and sister to late Lovell brother-in-law, Henry Crosby, esq. Cloghan, Edgeworth, esq. Grace-Emma, eldest dau. of Wm. Currie, At Castlelyons, co. Cork, T. Barry, M.D. esq. of Itton Court, Monm.

At Dublin, Bridget, wife of Allen CaIn Dublin, Maria, wife of Thomas Fitz meron, esq. late Major 20th light dragoons, gerald, esq. barrister, and dau. of late Rt. widow of Lieut.-Col. Geo. Urquhart, 65th Hon. Thos. Loftus, of Killyon, co. Meatb.

reg.

and dau. of Beauchamp Colclough, of In Dublin, the widow of John Preston, Bohermore, co. Carlow, esq. esq. of Ballinter, co Meath, (who died in At Rossborough, Lady Emily Leeson, in1781) and mother of the late Lord Tara. fapt dau. of the Earl of Miltown.

In Dublin, Mary, dau. of the late Darby At Newcastle, co. Longford, aged 18, O'Grady, esq. of Mount Prospect, co. Li- the Hon. Louisa King, youngest dau. of merick, and sister to the Lord Chief Baron Visc. Lorton. (now Lord Rockbarton).

Jan. 9. Drowned in the Shannon, the At Clontarf, aged 84, the Hon. Anne. Hon. Mrs. Wm. Massey. She bad emPhilippa Smyth, aunt to Lord Visc. Strang- barked in a boat with her servant and two ford. She was the younger dau. of Philip boatmen for the purpose of dining with her the 6th Viscount, by Mary, dau. of Ant. relative Sir Hugh Dillon Mas Bart. The Jephson, esq. Her sister, the Hon. Mary- curreut, unfortunately, caught the boat a Anne Smyth, died when upwards of eighty little above the falls of Doonas, and, owing in 1823,

to the darkness of the evening, and a thick At his seat, Brandum, co. Monaghan, fog, it was hurried over the fall, and all Major Skeffington Hamilton.

perished.

BILL OF MORTALITY, from Dec. 22, 1830, to Jan. 25, 1831.
Christened.

Buried.

2 and 5 224 50 and 60 178 Males 1038

Males
950

5 and 10 70 60 and 70 187 2038

1880 Females 1000 Females - 930

10 and 20 45 70 and 80 182 Whereof have died under two years old 572

20 and 30 129 80 and 90 60

30 and 40 138 90 and 100 5 Salt 5s. per bushel; 11d. per pound.

40 and 50 140

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CORN EXCHANGE, Jan. 24.
Wheat. Barley

Oats. Rye. Beans. Peas.
d.
d.
d. S. d.

d. S. d.
80 0 48 0 30 0 85 0 45 0 49 0

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Jan. 24. Smithfield, Hay 21. 10s. to 4l. Os. Straw il. 14s. to 11. 16s. Clover 31. 158. to 5l. Os.

SMITHFIELD, Jan. 24. To sink the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef .................. 38. ed. to 45. 8d. | Lamb...

Os. Od. to Os. Od. Mutton....

...... 3s.

Cd. to 4s. 10d. Head of Cattle at Market . Jan. 24 : Veal 63. Od. to 6s. 4d.

2,898 Calves 110 Pork........... S..................... 4s. 2d. to 5s. 2d. Sheep and Lambs 18,620 Pigs 160

COAL MARKET, Jan. 24, 285, od. to 36s. 9d.

Beasts ............

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[.95 ] PRICES OF SHARES, January 17, 1931, At the Office of WOLFE, BROTHERS, Stock & Share Brokers, 23, Change Alley, Cornhill.

CANALS. Price. Div.p.ann. RAILWAYS. Price. Div.p.an. Ashby-de-la-Zouch £.800 £. 4 0 Forest of Dean 45 0 € 2 10 Ashton and Oldham 100 0 5 0 Manchester & Liverp. Barnsley

205 0 12 0 Stuckton&Darlington 205 0 5 0 Birmingh. (1-8th sh.) 270 0 12 10 WATER-WORKS. Breckoock & Abergav. 105

6
East London

120 0 5 0 Chelmer & Blackwater 105

5 0 Grand Junction

49

2 10 Coventry

850
47 0 Kent

43

2 0 Cromford

0 17 0 Manchester & Salford 434 Croydon

2 0

South London Derby 120 0 6 0 West Middlesex

72 0 3 0 Dudley .

60 0 2 15 INSURANCES. Ellesmere and Chester 73 0 3 15 Albion

75 0

10 Forth and Clyde 625 0 27 0

Alliance

84

4 p.ct. Glamorganshire 290 0 13 12 8 Atlas

9

0 10 Grand Junction 2403 13 0 British Commercial

53

5 p.cto Grand Surrey

45 0 2 10
County Fire

40

2 10 Grand Union

234
1 0 Eagle

5 Grand Western

7 0
Globe

7 0 Grantham

215 0 10 0
Guardian

243 1 0 Huddersfield

153 0 10
Hope Life

53 6s.6d. Kennet and Avon. 252

5
Imperial Fire

97

5 Lancaster

19

1 0
Ditto Life

0 8 Leeds and Liverpool 400 0 20 0 Protector Fire.

1 7 15.6d. Leicester 220 0 17 0 Provident Life

19$ 100 Leic. and North'n 4 0 Rock Life.

34

0 3 Loughborough

175 0 RI. Exchange (Stock) 190 0 Mersey and Irwell

40 0

MINES.
Monmouthshire 239

0 12 0
Anglo Mexican

291 N.Walsham & Dilham 10 0

Bolanos

170 0 Neath

330 0 18 0 Brazilian (iss. at 5 pm) 613 3 10 Oxford 30 0 British Iron

7 0 Peak Forest 75 0 3 0 Colomb. (iss. at 5 pm)

37 dis. Regent's

181 0 12 6
Hibernian

5 Rochdale

723

4 0

Irish Mining Comp. Severn and Wye 195

0

Real Del Monte Shrewsbury

250

11 0
United Mexican

101
Staff. and Wor.
710 0 38 0

GAS LIGHTS. Stourbridge

220

12 0
Westminster Charta.

527

3 0 Stratford-on-Avon

110
Ditto, New

10% 0 12 Stroudwater

490 0

0
City

191 0 10 0 Swansea

15 0
Ditto, New

1 20 0

0 Thames & Severn, Red 29 0 1 10

Phænix,
Ditto, Black

20 0 16 6
British

14 dis. Trent & Mersey (4 sh.) 600 0 37 10

Bath

31 0 Warw. and Birming.

84 p.ct. 280 0

0
Birmingham

100 0 5 0 Warwick and Napton 215 0

11
5
Birmingham&Stafford

4 0 Wilts and Berks

5 0 0 4

Brighton
Worc. and Birming.

9
88 0 3 0
Bristol.

36 0
DOCKS.

Isle of Thanet.

2 dis.

p.ct. St. Katharine's

824 3 p. ct.
Lewes

18 0
London (Stock)
3 do. Liverpool

380

10 0 West India (Stock)

8 o do. I Maidstone East India (Stock) 70 0 4 o do. Ratcliff

40 0 Commercial (Stock) 4 o do. Rochdale

1 5 Bristol 130 0 4 15 10 Sheffield

1 12 6 BRIDGES.

Warwick

500

5 p.ct. Hammersmith

28

1 10 MISCELLANEOUS Southwark .

24
Australian (Agricult')

12 dis.
Do. New 73 per cent.
30 0 1 15 Auction Mart .

18 0 Vauxhall

19 0

10
Annuity, British

16 0 Waterloo

5
Bank, Irish Provincial 25

4 p.ct. Ann. of 81.

23 0 0 18 8 Carnat. Stock, 1st class 91 0 4 0 Aop. of 71. 0 16 4 Ditto, 2d class

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY, BY W. CARY, STRAND,

From Dec. 26, 1830, to Jan. 25, 1831, both inclusive.
Fahrenheit's Therm.

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DAILY PRICE OF STOCKS,
From Dec. 29, 1830, to Jan. 27, 1831, both inclusive.

Ex. Bills,

10001.

8 9 pm.

con Alcolea Ale

8 pm.,

12 13 pm.
15 16 pm.

19 18 pm.

29 197 1813
90g 90g 984 175

18 19 pm. 30/1964 81 ģ 904 903 17

19 18 pm. 31 197$ 82 1X

90% 90%
983 174

19.17 pm. 1 1977|815 903

17 18 pm. 904 3 1974 815 2

99
178

9 8
8 pm.

18 19 pm. 41987 81š

904 905
983

20 25 pm. 5 81} 903 903 174

26 29 pm. 6 815

904
175

29 31 pm. 7 1994 818 80% 1 904 904 904897 984 16 18 pm. 90ģ| 30 34 pm. 8 199 81$ 815 1

904 904
99 175

35 37 pm 10 811 8ös 1 904 89 903 994

17 18 pm. 905 32 35 pm. 11200 818 81 903 903 903897 991 178

34 36 pm. 12 201 815 815 90 908 90 99 173

35 37 pm. 13 82 1981 90 903 90g 99 2154 17 18 pm.

34 35 pm. 14 2014 813 2814 91 90ẽ 904

33 30 pm. 15 82 1$ 813 § 904 903903 99

33 35 pm.

173 17 81$ 81$ 1 90390

91 994 17

36 34 pm. 18 2024 81 81 491 90 903 994 17

33 35 pm. 19 81 814 1 90 90 904 994 17

34 31 pm.

32 28 pm. 20 2021 813 1814803 903 90 903 90 993 174 21 2031 81$ 2.81 890g 903 90g 4993 173 217 13 15 pm. 22 204 813 812 1 90490389; 993 17 24 2031815 1818 901190 $ 99 173218

903 34 35 pm. 25 26 204 813814804 904 903 9048999 173

34 35 pm. 27|203 181į 80 90 90 894 4998| 174

34 30 pm. New South Sea Ann. Jan. 7, 80]; 27,804.--Old South Sea Ann. Dec. 30, 814. J.J. ARNULL, Stock Broker, Bank-buildings, Cornbill,

late RICHARDSON, GOODLUCK, and Co.

16 pm.. 16 pm.

ookwoolwolen

12 pm. 12 pm.

31 32 pm. 32 35 pm.

14 15 pm.

J. B. NICHOLS AND SON, 95, PARLIAMENT-STREET.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

Since the articles on York Minster were p. 382, Lady Horton became a widow Nor. printed, the Dean of York has published a 15, (not 22) 1811." jetter, in which occurs this important pas Melas is desirous of noticing a remark in sage : “I have decided to leave the Screen the review of the Excerpta Historica, part for the present where it is, and to rebuild the III. in our January number, p. 55; where choir where it was. But in deference to it is suggested that horribiliter is a mistake the opinion of the many talented persons for honorabiliter, arising from a contraction who have recommended that the bases of in the original. Having been the contrithe great column should be uncovered, I butor of the article in that work, though he beg to state publicly, that it is my inten had compared the passage of William Wyrtion (if the Chapter should not dissent) as cestre with the original MS. in the Heralds' soon as the work of restoration shall be College, he has again purposely examined finished, to set back the west front of the the word, and found it correct. In the MS. Screen a few feet, and to have worked in it is “ mag' audact' et horribilit' se habuit." stone those parts which are now worked in The word seems to mean fiercely. plaster. The expense, however, attending Melas would be gratified by the solution this alteration, will be defrayed by the Dean of this anagram, SOL LUCET ARDUIS; under and Chapter, and will not be charged to the which transposed form of the letters is Restoration Fund.” – On this reprieve of hidden the name of the author of an abridgthe Screen we heartily congratulate our ment of Vossius's Rhetoric, compiled for readers, and devoutly pray it may be con the Grammar Schools at Amsterdam (Groverted into a full and unrestricted pardon. noviæ, 1711, 8vo.)

Col. MACDONALD, of Exeter, observes, An Old Subscriber says, “ I was surprised “In the whole history of Britain, there to find it stated in Lodge's Portraits, that cannot be a more interesting period than the present Viscount St. Vincent succeeded that now revolving, when a radical error his elder brother in the Peerage. His Lordwhich has been increasing and deteriorating ship succeeded his maternal uncle, the Earl the finest Constitution otherwise on earth, of St. Vincent, and is the second Peer of is about to be removed, and to restore it to the family.--In your memoir of the Earl of its pristine excellence, by a salutary Reform Bandon, it is incorrectly stated that the fain the House of Commons. This just and mily of Bernard was established in Ireland moderate amelioration has been frequently by Judge Bernard. That learned and estimastated in your Magazine, but without ad ble lawyer was born in 1663, at Castle Maverting to what is now made a principal fea- hon, co. Cork, the seat of his father Franture at public meetings, i.e. the Ballor. The cis Bernard, esq. and of his grandfather advocates against it urge that it opens a door Francis Bernard, of Castle Mahon, whose to bribery, deceit, and even perjury, while will, dated 21 Dec. 1657, proved 10 Oct. those in its favour say, that mankind are 1660, is on record in Dublin. The name better than is supposed by the first case, of the family place was changed from Castle and therefore may be left to vote conscien

Mahon to Castle Bernard about a century tiously by the second case, or without what ago.--The last edition of Debrett's Peerage some term the shelter, and others, the states Helen le Scrope as the wife of John treachery of the ballot.. Seeing that opi- Smythe of Corsham. The pedigree in your nions thus run in directions diametrically last number varies from this account, and opposite; and that, in all human proba- calls her Joan Brouncker. Debrett states bility, no detrimental consequences will the Smythes to have been seated in Wiltarise from either mode of voting at elec shire for seven centuries, -query, & mistions, let it be made optional with every print for some centuries ?” person coming forward to give his suffrage,

An Occasional Correspondent begs to sug80 to do either by open vote or by ballot. gest that “The Bells of Ouseley" (menThis procedure will prove satisfactory to all, tioned in Sept. Magazine, p. 194,) is a corwithout giving offence to any; and termi- ruption for “ Bells of Osney," which Abbey nate a contest appearing endless without was formerly famous for its bells. The great such a simple expedient, and unattended bell of Christchurch, Oxford, came from with the slightest inconvenience."

Osney Abbey. With reference to the Polignac pedigree We are sorry we cannot oblige “ An Oc(p. 101), W.H. L. remarks, that “ Dame cupier of his Glebe," but we must decline

Atours is the office of tirewoman to the renewing the correspondence on “ Clerical Queen of France, or perhaps similar to our

Farmers." lady in waiting ; and as this communicates IfT. E. will favour us with a reply to Mr. no information as to the name or title of Woolmer's paper on “the Geology of Dartthe ex-minister's mother, he should be moor," &c. we shall we glad to give it conglad to see this blank filled up.-Vol. C. ii. sideration.

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