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In the Midland counties, there is be affected, and showed for some great complaint of the enormous time a tendency to rise, have fallen growth of weeds, charlock espe back to the usual level. Meantime cially, which in some parts of Ox- the present ministry appears deterfordshire is so rank, that the broad. mined gradually to introduce a less cast crops are mostly abandoned to restricted system of foreign trade, their fate. Some, indeed, it is stated, which may be expected to produce have been weeded at the expense of the happiest effects. So long as we a pound an acre; and even the dib- could reap the exclusive benefit of bled and drilled lands have stood the system of prohibition, there might their owners in not less than from be some good reason for continuing twelve to fourteen shillings and six- it; but since foreign nations imitate, pence per acre for hoeing. This and go beyond us, imposing upon complaint is increased by the ad- our commerce restrictions even more vance of labour, which has almost severe than we do upon theirs, it every where taken place, in the pro- seems full time to restore a more portion of about one seventh or simple and natural state of things, eighth of the total, since the rise in and to make arrangements with other the price of wheat. This advance; powers for the reciprocal introduction however, has been as suddenly stay- of a more liberal legislation. Some ed as it was suddenly commenced. have already declared their readiness Yet the supply has been by no means to do this, and the rest will probably $0 large as in the corresponding do the same. France seems to be the weeks of last year, when the average, most disposed to uphold the prohiwhich is now (for the last week) bitory system in its utmost rigour. 635. 2d. was then only 48s. 9d. The Russia would doubtless be equally quantities sent to Mark Lane, were, willing, but its situation will not in 1822, four weeks to June 16, in- admit of its going to the same extent clusive, 41,058 quarters ; 1823, ditto, as France. There is no new Russian 31,829 quarters. Still, therefore, opi- Tariff yet published: it is supposed nion must fluctuate as to the relation the old one will be continued, perhaps of demand and supply, and the cone with some very slight modifications. sequent chance of open ports. The In looking over the state of the prices of wheat have fallen about 4s. markets for the last month, we find per quarter in the month; the ar- that almost every article has remained sivals of oats have been prodigious stationary, or has declined: Cotton - something more than 160,000 quar- seems to be the only exception. The ters. They have sunk about 8s. per London market has been rather more quarter.

animated than usual : in the week Beef has been in demand in Smith- ending the 17th of June, in partifield during the whole month. The cular, a great deal of business was last prices reached, for good Lincolns, done; the sales, amounting to 7,000 4s. Ad., Norfolks, 4s. 8d. The muta bales, sold at good prices. There ton trade is also brisk. The sheep has not been so much done this last that come in are chiefly shorn, and week, but the prices are favourable, downs are worth a trifle more than and some kinds of Cotton are scarce, As. Bd.

for instance, Brazils, which are much wanted. At Liverpool, in the four

weeks ending the 21st June, the sales The peculiar nature of the war were 71,000 bags: the arrivals above carrying on between France and 60,000. At Glasgow the demand has Spain, the daily diminishing proba- been very considerable. Sugar and bility of any serious attempt on the Coffee have been at low prices, and part of the Spaniards to defend the gradually declining ; but the reports new order of things, and the expec- of the market for the last few days tation of a speedy termination of the are rather more favourable. On the whole business, have entirely pre 15th of July there will be a sale of vented the effects which many per- 3,500 chests of Indigo; the qualities sons at first expected to follow as the are expected to be mostly fine and necessary consequence of war in any good, and prices probably high. The part of Europe. Even those articles Company's Spice sale to be on the that are more immediately liable to 11th of August.


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of the late Bishop of Calcutta, Mr. W.M. PraedOXFORD, -The Chancellor's Prizes have been Greek Epigram, Εαν ησ φιλομαθης εσης πολυadjudged as follows:--To Charles John Plummer, BX. Fellow of Oriel College, for the English peoxoris, and the Latin Epigrain, Os Deuyet cados Essay, “ On Public Spirit among the Ancients." Jayncete, Mr. J. Wilder, Fellow of King's -To Edward Wickham, Fellow of New College, College.


May 17.-At Holme, Yorkshire, the Hon. Mrs.

Langdale, a daughter.
22. The lady of the Hon. Capt. Bridgeman, RN. a

daughter. 25. At Barton, in the county of Hants, the lady of

T. D. Shute, Esq. a daughter. 26. The lady of Capt. Blanshard, of the Honourable Company's ship, the Marquis of Wellington, a

daughter. 31. At Kew-green, the lady of John Bishop, Esq. a June 2.-In Green-street, the lady of Lient.-Col. Dawkins, of the Coldstream Guards, a son.

At the house of her father, W. Anderson, Esq. Russel-square, the lady of W. Mackenzie, of the 3d Guards, a danghter. - At Carshalton-park, the lady of John Plum

mer, Esq. MP. a son. 7. The lady of Dr. Golding, a son. ll. At Palmer's-green, Southgate, the lady of S. G,

Smith, Esq. a son. 12. At the Vícarage, White Waltham, the lady of

the Rev. W. Vansittart, 13. In Guilford-street, Russell-square, the lady of

Robert L'Espinasse, Esq. a son. 14. !o Upper Berkeley.street, the lady of Aretas

Akers, Esq. a daughter. 15. At his Lordship's house, in Albemarle-street,

Lady F. Leveson Gower, twin sons. - At Farnham, Dorsetshire, the lady of Sir S.

Stuart, Bart. son and heir. 19. At Munster-house, Lady Jane Lawrence Peel,

a son and heir.

At Zante, the lady of Philip James Green, Esq.

Consul General for the Morea, a son.
At Albaro, nenr Genoa, Mrs. Leigh Hunt, a son.
At Geneva, Lady Mary Stanley, a danghter.
At Lausanne, the lady of Capt. Couliffe Owen, RN.
a son.

May 27.-Charles R. Sperling, Esq: youngest son

of John Sperling, Esq. of Dynes-hall, Essex, to
Louisa, only daughter of the late Thomas Astle,

Esq. of Gosfield, in the same county. - Ai Oringdeane, near Brighton, Nathaniel

Kemp, Esq. to dugusta Carolina, second daugh

ter of the late Sir John Eamer,
- At Devonshire-house, by the Archbishop of

York, Earl Gower, eldest son of the Marquis of
Stafford, to the Hon. H. Howard, third daughter

of Lord and Lady Morpeth.
- M. Andrews, Esq. to Mary Frances, only

daughter of T. S. Salmon, MD. 29. At St. Giles-in-the. Fields, Sir Dan. Williams,

of Stamford-bill, to Miss Stable, of the Terrace,

June 3.-At St. Pancras Church, Alexander How-

den, Esq. of Torrington-square, to Christina,
daughter of Richard Gardner, Esg. of Mecklen-
burg-square, and of Stoke-hall, Essex.

At St. George's, Hanover-square, Samuel Frampton Stallard, Esq. of Burton-crescent, to Eliza Catharine, second daughter of Robert Nichoils,

Esq. of Toft, Lincolnshire. 4. At Bath, Horatio Davis, Esq. only son of the


late Sir John Paris, to Miss James, danghter of 31. To Park-place, St. James's, the Dowager Lady Sir Walter and Lady Jane James.

Vernon. 5. At St. Pancras, the Rev. Henry Trimmer, BA. June l. - Mary, wic of Thos. Walsingham Wenn of Exeter-college, Oxford, to Mary, eldest daugh- tern, Esq. of Rivenhall-place, Essex, Aunt to C. ter of James Deacon, Esq. of Russell.piace, C. Westeru, Esq. MP. for that county, and daughFitzroy-square.

ter of the late Admiral Osborne, John Duffield, Esq. of Bernard-street, Russell. - Jo John-street, America-square, in his 66th square, to Eliza, youngest daughter of Benjamin year, Joseph Hart Myers, MB. Boville, Esq. of Putney.

At Poutefract, aged 81, John Leatham, Esq. 9. At Castletown, Isle of Man, Richard, only son Banker, one of the Society of Friends.

of Joseph Mellin, Esq. of Wakefield, to Jane, 3. William Hangam, Esq. Solicitor, of Corent. eldest danghter of the Hon Richard Mullins, garden, after having just completed bis 55th and grand-daughter of Lord Ventry, of Braids year, ham-house, Dingle, in the county of Kerry. 9. In Curzon-street, May-fair, Gen. R. Manners,

At St. James's church, by the Rev. John Ma- Col, of the 30th regt., son of the late Lord R. genis, Vicar of Harold, Bedfordshire, J. A. W'arre, Manners, of Bloxbolm, in the county of Lincoln, Esq. MP. of Cbeddon Filey Paine, Somerset- MP. in several sessions for Cambridge. shire, to Florence Catherine, youngest daughter 10. After a short illness, Sidney, third son of Hen.

of Richard Magenis, MP. of Grosvenor-place. Streatfield, Esq. of Cheddingstoue, Kent, and 10. At Wimborne Minster, Dorsetshire, Edward, Private Secretary to the Right Hon. Robert

eldest son of William Castleman, Esq. to Apne, Peel, only danghter of W. Fryer, Esq.

- At Clifton, in his 21st year, Gresley Tatlock, 12. At Chatteris, by the Rev. Charles Simeon, MA. Esg. of Upper Grosvenor-street. the Rev. R. G. Hawkinson, of Walpole, St. Pe. 12. at Paxton-place. Mrs. Standly, relict of the ter's, Norfolk, to Susannah Mary Anne :-and late H. P. Standly, Esq. the Rev. Martin Boswell, to Dorothea, daugh- - At Southampton, Sir James Lind, KCB. Cap

ters of the Rev. Dr. Chatfield, Vicar of Chatteris. tain in the Royal Navy. 14. By special licence, at St. George's, Hanover. 13. At his seat, Theobalds, near Hatfield, in the

square, by the Lord Bishop of Calcutta, Andrew county of Herts, in his 75th year, the most no. W. Corbet, Esg. of Sandorne.castle. Shrop- ble the Marquis of Salisbury. He is succeeded shire, to Mary Einma, youngest daughter of the by his son Lord Crapborne. By his death there late John Hill, Esq. of Hawkstone-park, in that are become vacant, a blue ribbon, of the Order county, grand-danghter to Sir John Hill, Bart. of the Garter, and the Loru Lieutenantey of the and niece to the Right Hon. Lord Hill.

county of Herts. At Mary-le-bone church, by his Grace the Lord 14. At Twickenham, Frances Susannah, wife of Archbishop of Dublin,John M'Neile. Esg. eldest Lord De Dunstauville, of Tebidy Park, Corn. son of Alexander M'Neile, Esq. of Ballycastle, wall. Ireland, to Charlotte Lavinia, youngest daugh: 15. In Winchester-row, New Road, Paddington, ter of Major-General Sir Thomas Dallas, KCB. J. G. Parkhurst, Esq. of Catesby-abbey, North 16. At St. Pancras, Jesse Ainsworth, Esq. son of amptonshire,

Jesse Ainsworth, Esq. of Wicken-ball, Lan. 16. In Welbeck-street, J. Colby, Esq. of Fynone, cashire, to Hannah, daughter of the late Robert in the county of Pembroke. Lees, Esq. of Oldham. The parties had been - At Lyme Regis, Dorset, in his 88th year, Si. married at Gretna Green in September last, the mon Lee, Esq. lady being a ward in Chancery.

- At Whitehal, aged 76, Lady Lemon, wife of 17. At St. George's, Bloomsbury, by the Rev. R. H. Sir W. Lemon, Bart.

Millington, Ba. of St. John's College, Oxford, 18. In South Audley-street, after a long illness,
John Prince, Esq. of Cheltenham, to Mary Ann, Caroline Georgina, relict of the late Col. Evelyn
only daughter of the late Richard J. Millington, Anderson, brother to Lord Yarborough.
Esq. of Gullford-street, Kassell-square.

In Devonshire-street, Portland-place, William 19. At St. George's, Hanover-square, by the Bi- Gonlon, Esq: of Cambelton, in the Stewartry

shop of Meath, the Rev. Richard Bracker Michel, of Kirkcudbright.
Fellow of Queen's College, Oxford, to Henrietta 19. At his lodgings, in Lambeth-road, aged_83,
Harriet, eldest daughter of the late Duncan Wm. Combe, Esq. author of the Devil on Two
Campbell, Esq. of Bed ford-square.

Sticks in England, Dr. Syntax's Tour in Search - At Streatham, George Chilton, Esg. of the of the Picturesque, Johnny Quæ Genus, and

Inner Temple, Barrister-at-law, to Miss Poore, other popular productions. eldest sister to Sir Edward Poore, Bart,

22. Found drowned near Westminster bridge, IX SCOTLAND.

Francis Chichester, Esq. of Trinity College,

Oxford, aged 21, At Edinburgh, Josiah Nisbet, Esq. of the Madras

23, At No. 4. Maddox-street, Bond-street, Thomas Civil Service, to Rachel, second daughter of Sir

Grnot Griffiths, Esq. and his son, Mr. Abel John Marjoribanks, Bart. MP. of Lees, in the

Griffiths, both of whom were found weltering in county of Berwick.

their blood in the drawing room; each being ABROAD,

wounded in the temple with a bullet. It is supAt Gibraltar, J. L. Cowell, Esq. to Harriot Mary,

posed that both pistols were fired by the son. eldest daughter of E. Cresswell, Esq. agent for

This borrible event took place about one his Majesty's Packets in that garrison.

o'clock. At Calcutta, Capt. W. Kennedy, Assistant Mili.

- At Arno's-grove, Southgate, in bis 232 year, tary Auditor General, to Charlotte, second

Alfred, fourth son of J. Walker, Esg. daughter of Lieut.-General Sir Robert Blair,


Dublin, at his bouse in Merrion-square, the veneDEATHS.

rable Judge Fletcher. He was elevated to the

bench in 1805, by the Duke of Bedford, then May 16.-At Oxford, aged 72, the Rev. George Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.

Thompson, DD. Principal of Edmund-hall, la that University, and Vicar of Bromley and the

ABROAD. United Parishes of Milford and Hordle, Hants. At Pisa, Lient.-Co!. James Stopford. 22. At Moore-place, Lambeth, Charles Hyde, At Madras, Henry Hodgson, Esq. of the Bengal Esq. suryeon.

Civil Service. - Jn Charlotte-street, Bedford-square, Mrs. At Sierra Leone, G. M. Keith, Esq. only son of

Mounsey, relict of the late R. Mounsey, Esq. Sir G. Keith, RN. 23. In his 66th year, J. G. Ridout, MD.

At Coire, in Switzerland, Lieut. Elton, of the 26. At St. Brooke's Rectory, Cornwall, Katherine, Royal Engineers, wife of the Rev. W. Molesworth.

At Calcutta, the Hon. Francis Sempill, youngest 27. Aged 75, Mr. Francis Clater, of East Retford, son of the Rt. Hon. Lord Sempill.

author of Every Man his own Farrier, and the at Calais, Henry Forster, Esq. MA. Student of Cattle Doctor.

Cbrist Church, Oxford, Barrister at-law. Com30. At Walton, Warwickshire, Sir Charles Mor. missioner of Bankrupts, and Nephew to the Earl daant, Bart.

of Eldon, and Lord Stowell.

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