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At Hatfield, co. York, aged 75, George ance of every social and religious duty, Kitson, esq. He served the office of She- Mrs. M. Biles, aged 94 ; and on the 3d, riff of York in 1789.

Mrs. Webster, aged 81. There have died The lady of Sir Gilbert King, bart of lately at the same place, Mrs. Warder, Charlestown, co. Roscommon.

aged 72;. George Heath, 76; aud John May 11. At Clifton, Rev. William Hawkins, 74. Deane, of Great Torrington, Devon.

June 2. At Windsor, in his. 64th year, Aged 54, Mr. John Brown, parish clerk Jas. Cobb, esq. secretary of the East India of Griston, near Watton, Norfolk. He House. A more amiable and respectable discharged the various duties of his office character never existed in society. He with great fidelity.

possessed every quality that could endear At Edinburgh, the wife of Lieut..col. him to the private circle of his numerous David Rattray.

friends, and render him a valuable servant May 12, In Lower Cadogan-place, Mrs. to the publick. As a man of business, he D'Oyley, relict of the late Charles D'Oyley, was expert, diligent, and correct. In the esq. of Southrop, co. Gloucester.

performance of his public duty, oo persons The wife of Rev. F. A. Cox, of Hackney. were ever kept in suspense, or waiting be

At Putney, in his 55th year, John Pooley yond the period when a decisive answer Kensington, esq. formerly banker in Lon- could be given to their applications. The don, and Colonel-commandaut of the Third East India Company displayed great judgRegiment of Loyal London Volunteers. ment in the appointment of this gentle

May 26. At her house on Heath-green, man. He possessed literary powers and near Wakefield, Yorkshire, deeply and dramatic talents, which have beeu disuniversally regretted, aged 59, Mary, the played in productions that will always reeldest and last surviving daughter of the tain their rank on the stage. He had conlate Peter Ormerod, of Ormerod, Lanca- siderable knowledge and a cultivated taste shire, esq.

She was endowed with every in musick, and sung with judgment and amiable quality, and uniformly displayed effect. A more even, affable, and benevothe most genuine and unaffected piety, with lent temper, no mortal ever possessed. the mildest benigaity of disposition; cheer- His conversation was lively and intelligent, fully acquiescing in all the dispensations always marked by good humour, and a of Providence; soothing and alleviating most respectful attention to others in the sufferings of the afflicted; relieving company. The courtesy of his manners, the wants of the indigent, and zealously 'the pure effect of a heart truly benevolent, inculcating the purest principles of Chris- excited an interest in his favour in those tianity with every moral virtue in youth, who were only casual witnesses of his conwhose innocent amusements she was duct. Conscious of the high station which ever ready to indulge. Her last paiu. he held by his counexion with the greatest ful and protracted illness she bore with commercial body on earth, he lived up to the most exemplary fortitude and resig. the dignity of that station; and being of a nation; and for a considerable time be- hospitable turn, it is hardly possible that fore her demise, when the paroxysms of he can have left a suitable provision for an ber malady permitted, or when not occu- amiable widow; but the East India Compied in those devout exercises preparative pany will, doubtless, mark their respect to the awful change she was about to un- for his memory by some act of liberality dergo, the intervals were employed in for- on the occasion. warding mementos to her numerous and June 3. Elizabeth, wife of Dr. Ridout, respectable friends. She left every direc- of the Crescent, New Bridge-street. tion relative to her funeral; and, agreeably June 5. At Exmouth, in his 76th year, to her own desire, her remains were de- Rt. Hon. John Leslie, Baron Lord Newark, posited in a small vault in the Church- of North Britain, many years Lieut.-colonel yard of Kirkthorpe, at the spot previously of the Old Buffs or 3d foot, and an aide-defixed on by herself—The death of bercamp to the King. He was a friend to sister Mrs. Monsell is noticed in our yol. the distressed, and the poor always found LXXXVI. i. p. 72.

in him a liberal benefactor.--His Lordship June 1, lo Queen's-square, Blooms- was the fourth direct lintal descendant bury, aged 59, William Watson, esq. from Lieut.-gen, David Leslie, who comF. R. S. one of the magistrates for Middle. manded the Scotch Parliamentary forces sex, chairman of the Sessions for that at the battle of Dunbar Sept. 3, 1650, and County, and also of the city of Westmin- afterwards successfully opposed Cromwell ster, serjeant-at-arms of the House of at Stirling; accompanied his sovereign Peers, and senior common pleader of the Charles II. to England, and commanded city of Londoo. He was very generally under him the Scotch forces at the battle esteemed for his humanity and social of Worcester Sept. 1651 ; after the Restoraqualities.

tion, his Majesty, in reward of his faithful At Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, after a and meritorious services conferred on him long and useful life, spent in the perform- the title of Baron Newark, with a pension.

June

June 9. At her seat at Stanmore, Mrs. many virtues which shone so conspicuous Anne Heming, relict of the late George in bim, during a long life, will cause his Heming, esq.

memory to be cherished by all who had June 10. In Parliament-street, in his the happiness to be acquainted with him, 35th year, Charles Bacon, esq. architect, and having lived a strictly religious life, clerk of the works in the department of and ever prepared to die, bis death, Whitehall, Houses of Parliament, &c. sur- though sudden, was deprived of its sting, veyor to the county of Middlesex, &c. by the consoling reflection that he is re

June 11. In Halkin-street, Rt. Hon. moved to a better world, and we may all Viscountess Althorp.

truly wish, that “our latter end may be At Langford Court, Somerset, of a morti- like his.” fication in his stomach, Rt. Hon. J. Hiley At Plumstead Common, Kent, in her Addington, late M. P. for Harwich. He 720 year, after a lingering and painful had been indisposed for some time, but it illness of eleven months, arising from a was not apprehended that his dissolution paralytic affection, Mrs. Hannah Brayley, would be so speedy till the day before his relict of Mr. Henry Brayley, and mother death. An express was then sent off to his to E. W. Brayley, the Historian of Westbrother Lord Sidmouth, who set off imme- miaster Abbey. diately, but could not arrive before the At Rochester, at the prebendal-house fatal event had taken place.

of the Hon. and Rev, F. Hotham, Sarah, June 12. Of a rapid decline, iu his wife of Robert Clement Sconce, esq. and 51st year, Thomas Farrow, esq. of Monks the only daughter of the Rev. Dr. Vicesi. Eleigh, Suffolk.

mus Knox. On the 12th she had been At Kinsale, in Ireland, on his way from safely delivered of a son, and no alarm Berbice to London, for the recovery of his was entertained until the day preceding health, in his 19th year, James Hart Da- her death, when she was seized with con. vies, esq. one of the sons of Thomas Hart vulsions, occasioned, it is supposed, by Davies, esq. of Madras.

the unusually sultry state of the weather, June 13. At Baldock, Herts, in her 20th which defied all human aid, and termi. year, alike respected and lamented by all 'nated her existence in the prime of her who knew her real worth, Anne, eldest age. Possessed of sensibility, delicacy, daughter of the Rev. J. Simpson, rector of and tenderness, an excellent understand. Baldock; pious, affectionate, and interest- ing, and most aimable manners, she ening, she terminated a useful life under a joyed the unbounded love and esteem of lingering illness, which she bore with the all around her, and her premature and most patient and Christian resignation, inelancholy end will be long and deeply leaving her disconsolate parents and fa- deplored. Three children, the eldest pot mily, and many valuable relatives and two years and a half, survive her. acquaintance, to deplore her loss.

June 20. At his house in Hatton-GarJune 17. In Grove-road, Regent's Park, den, in bis 62d year, Dr. Joseph Adams ; in his 81st year, James Elliot, esq. The' of whom a Memoir in our SUPPLEMENT.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for June, 1818. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, fron, May 26, to June 23, 1818.
Christened,
Buried.

2 and 5 149 | 50 and 60 149 Males Males - 1029 761

68 5 and 10

60 and 70 121 1913 Females · 884

10 and 20 56 10 and 80 90 Whereof have died under 2 years old 415

20 and 30 114 80 and 90 52

30 and 40 158 90 and 100 11 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4 d. per pound.

40 and 50 151

Females 743 } 1534

Between

dls.

d. s.

ds.

s.

630

1

750 847

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending June 20.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye Barly, Oats Beans

Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beans
d. s.
d. s. d. s. d.

s.

d. s. d. s.

d. Middlesex 85 046 047

033
551 4 Essex 72 943 041

9 48 3 Surrey 76 0.46 (148

0/32 6.52

01 Kent 79 4.00 0 42 0 30 0 44 4 Hertford 72 8 52 0 46

032
8 15 31Sussex 79 0100

0100
031

055 0 Bedford 79 2 48 043 029 852 o|Suffolk 82 3143

2 48
232

1 Huntingdon 74 7100 042 028 1050 9||Camb. 75 400 0 43 11 25

7 Northamp. 77 200 047 029 047 6 Norfolk 78 700

043

427 350 9 Rutland 78 000 0 49 631 648 0 Lincoln 73 2100 0 39 10/27 9 53 5 Leicester 85 0:43 050 631 461 0 York 74 055 439 628 10 54 1 Nottingham 82 8150 6/47 632 462 4 Durham 82 300 052 0 36 400 Derby

81 2100 056 031 869 4 Northum. 68 856 046 533 400 0 Stafford 92 1 00 055 534 11 72 1 Cumberl. 88 0164 054 8:34 200 0 Salop 98 362 257 936 1000 0|Westmor. 97 8 61 0 60 939 5 00 0 Hereford 94 1157 655 536 365 7 Lancaster 86

000

000 034 155 0 Worcester 88 4100 053 735 453 9 Chester 89

200

000 0 00 000 0 Warwick 81 400 0.52 9 34 072 8 Flint 81 000 051 231 2000 Wilts 75 1000 0140 6/34 367 6. Denbigh 83 400 059 032 2'000 Berks 80 400 0 44 2 35 1158 5 Anglesea 77 000 046 0 27

0 000 Oxford 79 3100 0 44 035 655 0Carnarvon 90 800 0.51 4 36 0.00 Bucks

78 600 039 032 0/55 11Merioneth 94 1 00 054 432 8 000 Brecon 102 478 470 400 000, 0 Cardigan 96 000 052 022 0 00 0 Montgom. 92 000 000 044 3000 Pembroke 86 10100 055 400 0.00 0 Radnor 102 5100 0/58 1137 700 o Carmarth. 94 500 064 623 11000

Glainorgan 87 700 0 54 032 8.00 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucester 84 1000 049 938 663 2

92 84 3154 3/4-99132 5155 6 Somerset 0100 146 4 30 650 0

Monm. 96 000 0/64 038 400 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter. Devon. 92 700 047 10 35 8.000 67 11/62 3144 4130 9,51 1 Cornwall 85 500 0 49 1027 600 0

Dorset 82 6100 042 332 500 0
Hants 79 3100 043 4130 7155 0

PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, June 22, 65s. to 70s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, June 20, 36s. 2d.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, June 24, 49s. 8zd. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, June 22 :
Kent Bags.......... .181. Os. to 201. Os. Sussex Pockets .....201. Os. to 231. Os.
Sussex Ditto
.171. Os. to 191, Os. Essex Dicto

201. Os. to 231. 10s. Kent Pockets .211. Os. to 241. 10s. Farnham Ditto........231. Os. to 281. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, June 22 : St. James's, Hay 5l. 12s. Od. Straw 21. 17s. 9d. Clover 01. Os. Od.- Whitechapel, Hay 61. Os. Straw 31. Os. 6d. Clover 61, 16s.--Smithfield, Hay 61. 2s. 6d. Straw 21. 195. Clover 77. 13s. 6d.

SMITHFIELD, June 22. To sivk the Offal-per stone of 8lbs.
Beef...........

..4s. 4d. to 5s.
4d. | Lamb.......

......6s. Od. to 75. 4d. Mutton..............

.5s. Od. to 5s. 6d. Head of Cattle at Market Juve 22 : Veal ............. ....5s. Od. to 6s.

Od. Beasts ...............1,877. Calves 300. Pork..

...55. Od. to 6s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 14,030 Pigs 300

COALS, June 26: Newcastle 31s. to 41s. 9d. Sunderland 36s. TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. St. James's 4s. 5d. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 45. 4(d, SOAP, Yellow 98. Mottled 108s. Curd 112s.-CANDLES, 12s. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 14s.

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