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Dun. Mr. E. has left two daughters: the large a degree. Her understanding was Countess of Cassillis, and an elder sister matured by reading, society, and reflecunmarried.

tion; and imparted a charm to her conMay 16. In Lower Grosvenor-st. sud- versation, that rendered it alike acceptdenly, Sir Frank Standish, bart. He ordered able and instructive to the young and old, his servant, as he was rising, to prepare the lively and the grave. Having, in his breakfast; and on the latter returning early life, contracted an infirmity in her in about ten minutes, he found his master limbs, that baffled medical assistance, dead; who, it is supposed, expired in an and proved incurable, Mrs. Harvey was apoplectic fit. Sir F. possessed' a fine debarred of those delightful pursuits which family estate in Lancashire, and has left exercise and strength of constitution peralso a considerable personal property, petually afford; but Providence, which but died without a will. Sir F. S. was a never takes away without adding combreeder of running horses, and sportsman mensurate blessings, gave to this amiable on the turf.

woman so many intellectual resources, May 17. In Devonshire-place, Matthew and such a serenity of temper, that the Lewis, esq.

deprivations she endured were scarcely May 18. In Sackville-st. James, eldest felt by herself, however lamented by her son of J. Buller, esq. one of the clerks of friends. The sufferings it was her fate to the Privy Council.

undergo during the illness that termiMr. Eastwood, of Staithwaite, near Hud nated her life, were extreme, and of long, dersfield. This gentleman was the inti- continuance; but they were alleviated by mate friend of the late Mr. Horsfall, of a conscience void of offence, and by those Marsden; and soon after Mr. H. had re. just and elevated views, which she had ceived the fatal shots upon Crossland ever entertained upon subjects of religious Moor (see p. 479.) he was thrown from belief. Her faith, firm and unclouded, his horse near the place where the assassi. and unsubdued by the pressure of bodily nation took place, and considerably hurt. anguish, disarmed pain of its poignancy, Indifferent to his own injury, he ran on foot and the grave of its terrors; and she to Huddersfield, to procure surgical as closed a life of piety and virtue, by a sistance for his friend; and on his return death, tranquil, resigned, and huly. Dear he again mounted his horse, and repaired to her family, her friends, and society, her to Huddersfield a second time, for a sup memory will long be cherished with feelply of medicine, when he was again thrown ings of affection and esteem; and the genefrom his horse at the corner of the church. ral interest and regret excited by her loss yard, and so much injured as to occasion will best evince the truth of this mea complaint in the abdomen, which termic morial. nated in his death.

May 20. Charles Bowyer, infant son of May 19. At Ardwick, near Manchester, Mr. J. B. Nichols, of Red Lion Passage. aged 66, Mrs. Harvey, eldest daughter At Balham, co. Surrey, Mrs. Evans, of the late John Markland, esq. of the relict of the late Geo. E. esq. and sister of former place, and relict of Mr. Harvey, Sir Charles Price, bart. M. P. surgeon, of Manchester. This excellent May 21. In Pall Mall, after a few days' and valuable woman was long and justly illness, aged 36, the wife of Dr. Heberden, endeared to her family and friends, by one of his Majesty's Physicians. the benevolence of her heart, the attractive At Rayner-place, Chelsea, Thos. Pickles, sweetness of her disposition, and the uni esq. of the Stock Exchange. form cheerfulness and vivacity of her man May 23. At Havering, Essex, Anne, wife

Educated at a period when orna of W. Jacobs, esq. of Great Portland-st. mental accumplishments were less attain At Herne bill, Camberwell, Mrs. J. S. able, and less eagerly sought after, than Winstanley, of Paternoster-row. at the present day, she was indebted ra. May 25. Edmond Malone, esq. the wellther to Nature, and sound sense, than to known commentator on Shakspeare. Of the assistance of others, for those mental this truly polite and accomplished Scholar, acquirements which she possessed in so we shall speak more fully in our next.

AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL PROPERTY, Dock STOCK, Fire-OFFICE SHARES, &c. in May 1812 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London.-Birmingham Canal, 5801. ex half-yearly dividend of 131. 2s. 6d. clear.-Neath 3001. dividing 201. per share clear per annum.-Swansea, 1921. dividing 101. per share clear.- Leeds and Liverpool, 205l. ex half-yearly dividend 41. clear Grand Junction, 2301.-Worcester and Birmingham New Shares, 101. per Share Discount.-Kennet and Avon, 251.--Rochdale, 391.-Ellesmere, 691.-Lancaster, 231.Wilts and Berks Old Shares, 201.-West India Dock, 1541..London Dock Stock, 1154 ---Ditfo New Subscription, 141. Premium.-East London Water-Works, 731.-Russel Institution, 181. 185.- London ditto, 521. 10s.--Surrey ditto, 151.-- Provident ditto, 21. 10s. Premium. Kensington Turnpike Bonds, 1001. bearing 41. per cent, 701.Glabe Assurance, 1121.-Albion ditto, 521.-London Assurance Shares, 201, 5s. ex half-yearly dividend 10s.-Thames Navigation Bonds, 88l. Interest at 51. per cent.

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10 and 20 58 70 and 80 116 Whereof have died under 2 years old 493

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending May 16, 1812.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
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$. d., s. d., s. d.fs. d. s. do Middlesex 135 11 83 2174 3 55 0173 2||Essex 135 4178 0164 4153 4167 0 Surrey

4177 0172 658 0175 ol| Kent 127 655 166 4150 4162 8 Hertford 127 0163 060 4143 0166 6|| Sussex 135 4100 0172 651 600 0 Bedford 121 8170 4154 1042 9165 0 Suffolk 128 1000 68 5 48 5166 2 Huntingd. 130 700 0166 842 665 il Camb. 130 10190 8/65 543 165 10 Northam. 130 085 0171 10 45 0166 0 Norfolk 125 575 6164 548 659 3. Rutland 128 0100 0178 343 062 0 Lincoln 127 588 976 047 2170 9 Leicester 122 900 0/69 043 970 7|| York 121 094 866 346 2173 1 Nottingh. 129 489 0173 0146 0164 8|| Durham 123 800 080 043 600 0 Derby 122 3100 0174 049 468 6| Northum. 118 181 772 0 44 900 0 Stafford 133 900 0177 348 8/69 9|Cumberl. 122 790 075 0 53 500 0 Salop 143 4107 8|85 849 900 0| Westmor.133 4196 067 2156 3100 0 Hereford 145 670 4187 5 38 10171 2|| Lancaster131 6100 000 49 1172 0 Worcester 141 3 72 10169 2 43 8170 4|| Chester 127 800 000 051 3100 O Warwick 146 11100 0176 10 44 375 3|| Flint 140 000 0 97 900 000 0 Wilts 135 400 071 6 53 887 4|| Denbigh 132 700 0192 2 47 8100 Berks

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133 300 075 0 56 876 7| Anglesea (10 000 0/80 0139 000 0 Oxford 135 1100 070 947 1163 o Carnarv, 123 400 074 8 39 400 0 Bucks 128 800 0171 4151 470 8|| Merionet. 127 800 0 85 647 600 Brecon 160 000 0 105 6/48 0100 0|| Cardigan 125 000 0974 000 000 Montgom. 139 100 075 249 0100 0 Pembroke123 600 083 4 40 000 ( Radnor 141 1000 0139 338 00 0|Carmarth 146 800 01114 8 38 4100 0

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200 0176 2152 000 € Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucest. 141 600 074 900

133 7131 7776 1147 5170 11 Somerset 142 1100 0179 0 50 679 Average of Scotland, per quarter: Monmo. 157 000 000 000 000 I 1

Devon 137 9100 0171 10 45 000 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-|| Cornwall 133 8100 0184 748 000 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by | Dorset 138 500 0177 953 0180 which Exportation and Bounty are to bell Hants 140 1100 0174 10 51 2173 6 regulated in Great Britain ...

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PRICES OF FLOUR, May 25: Fine per Sack 000s. to 110s. Seconds 100s. to 105s. Bran per Q. 20s. to 21s. Pollard 28s, to 325

New Rape Seed per Last 751. to 801. RETURN af WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from May 11 to May 16, Total 5,580 Quarters. Average 129s. 5£d.-30. lower than last Return.

OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, May 16, 46s. Ida

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, May 20, 43s. 9fd. per Cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, May 25: Kent Bags.....

41. 10s, to 71. 10s. Kent Pockets..............41. Os. to 71. Os. Sussex Ditto...... .41, 10s. to 71. Os, Sussex Ditto......... ..31. 15s. to 61. 6s. Essex Ditto....... ..51. Os. to 61. 10s. Farnham Ditto

91. 9s. to 111. 11s. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, May 25 : St. James's, Hay 4!. 175. Od. Straw 3. Is. 6d. - Whitechapel, Hay 51. 5s. Clover 71. 178. 6d. Straw 31. 7.s. 60.-Smithfield, Clover .il. 16s. 6d. Old Hay 5l. 15s. Straw 21. 15s.

SMITHFIELD, May 25. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef............ .5s. 80. to 6s. 8.

Lamb...

6s. 8d. to 8s. 4d. Mutton....................6s, Od, to 7s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market this Day: Veal...................... 6s. 80. to 7, 8d. Beasts about 1575.

Calves 120. Pork..

5.s. d. to 6s, 8d. Sheep and Lambs 9000. Pigs 260. COALS, May 25 : New.astle 445. to 53s. 6d. Sunderland 44s. SOAP, V-llow: 86;. Votur i 100.s. Curd 104s. CANDLES, 13s. per Doz. Moulds 146,

TALIWW; yerde, slb. Si, James's 4s, 3d. Clare Os. Od. Whitechapel 4s. 3d.

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LONDON GAZETTE

Cornw.-Covent. 2 General Evening

Cumberland 2 M.Post M. Herald

Doncaster--Derb. Morning Chronic.

Dorchest.--Essex Times-M. Advert.

Exeter 2, Glouc. 2 P.Ledger&Oracle

Halifax-Hants 2 Brit. Press—Day

Hereford, Hull 3 St. James's Chron.

Ipswich 1, Kent 4 Sun-Even. Mail

Lancast.-Leices.2 Star-Traveller

Leeds2, Liverp. 6 Pilot--Statesman

Maidst. Manch. 4 Packet-Lond.Chr.

Newc.3.-Notts. 2 Albion--C. Chron.

Northampton Courier-Globe

Norfolk, Norwich Eng. Chron.--Inq.

N.Wales Oxford2 Cour d'Angleterre

Portsea-Pottery Cour. de Londres

Preston-Plym. 2 150therWeekly P.

Reading -Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

Salop-Sheffield2 Hue & Cry Police

Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv, monthly

Shrewsbury Bath 3_Bedford

Staff. -Stamf. 2 Berwick-Boston

Taunton--Tyne Birmingham 4

Wakefi.-Warw. Blackb. Brighton

Worc. 2~YORK 3 Bristol 5, Bury

IRELAND 37 Camb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND. 24 Carli.2--Chester 2

Sunday Advertise. Chelms. Cambria. CONTAINING

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorological Diaries for June 1812...506,512 Elucidations of difficult Passages in the Bible ib. Dr. Young on Doctrine of PinalPerseverance 507 Remarks respecting present Theory of Sound 541 A!ms-houses erected by John Visc. Perceval ! R.Hawaru.-Apple-trees.-Classic. Criticisms 542 Reflections excited by a late tragical Event ib. Prices of Gold &Silver.-Mr.Dyer's Poetics 543 Epitaph on Mr. Jeffreys at Winchester.... 508 Literary Intelligence.—Index Indicatorius 544 Mr. Durham on the Rolvenden Lecture.... 509 Review of New PUBLICATIONS; viz. Mr.Taunton's Statement of Cases of Hernia 510 Lysons on Meeting of Choirs at Gloucester 545 Drawing of Swaffham Two Churches, Cambr. ib. Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain. 546 Mr.Pratt’sintendedGuideto Leamington,&c.511 Jopp on Representative System of England 548 View of Chester-le-Street Church, Durham 513 Parish Registers Bill.-Courtney's Sermon 551 Da Costa's Notices of Literati,Collectors,& e. ib. Galt's Voyages and Travels, concluded.... 552 Barker's Answer toStrictures on his “Cicero” 517 D’Israeli's Calamities of Authors......... 555 Retreat of dying Birds, &c.—Hebrew Points 520 Cole's Stereogoniometry..

563 Remarks on Jamieson's Etymological Dict. 521 Select POETRY for June 1812.........565568 Recent Alterations in Worcester Cathedral 525 Proceedings in presentSession of Parliament 569 Visits to Winchester & GloucesterCathedrals 526 Interesting Intell, from the London Gazettes 573 Classification of MineralKingdom attempted 527 Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 578 Ladies Echliu& Bradshaigh.-PewsinChapels 528 Intell. from various Parts of the Country. 582 Arms for Society of Antiquaries.-N. Ansley 529 Demestie Oecurrences......................... 585 SirJulius Cæsar.-Autographs of De Foe,&c. ib. Theat. Regist.-Proinotions. -Preferments 587 H. Baker's "Universe.”--Woodcock Family 530 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons.. 588 Memoirs of Wm. Sewell, a learned Quaker 531 Memoirs of Right Hon. Spencer Perceval.. 589 Dr. Marsh vindicated against Bible Society 553 Obituary, with Anec.of remarkable Persons 594 Alledged Innovations on the Liturgy, &c.. 534 Character of the late Edmond Malone, Esq-606 Harwich Corporation.-Theory of Heavens 536 Bill of Mortality.-Prices of the Markets..; 607 Prebend of Oxgate, in St. Paul's Cathedral 537 Prices of Stocks on each Day in June. Embellished with a beautiful Perspective View of CHESTER-LE-STREET CHURCH, DURHAM;

Monument of NICHOLAS ANSLEY at LEE; AUTOGRAPAS, &c.

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Printed by NICH91.8, Son, and Bentley, at Cicero's HÈAD, Red Lion Passage, Fleet-str. London ;

where all Letters to the Editor are desired to be addressed, POST-PAID.

WEATHER.

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57 62 29.10 morning cloudy, some rain, afternoon clear
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55 62 29-10 cloudy at times, windy 14 52 56 29-11 mostly clear, afternoon beavy thunder-storm, with hai 15 48 62 29-16 mostly cloudy, afternoon some light rain 16 49 58 30- 2 cloudy in general, windy 17 45 49 30- 2

cloudy, evening heavy rain. 18 45 56 30. 0

cloudy, some light rain in the morning .19 51 58 29-17 almost constant rain * 20 58 65 29-13 mostly cloudy 21 59. 67 29-15 cloudy, showery 22 56 61 29-18 cloudy at times 23 49 62 30-7 mostly cloudy 24 53 65 30- 8 cloudy, evening very light rain 25 59 69 30- 5 cloudy, some light showers 26 64 71 30. O ditto 27 63 67 29-11 cloudy at times, some very light raia 28 62 69 29.12 cloudy at times, evening, some light rain 29 62.69 29-11 mostly cloudy, afternoon showery 30 62 66 29-16 cloudy, showery 31 60 64 29-16 cloudy, very rainy, high wind.

The average degrees of Temperature, from observations made at eight o'clock in the morning, are 54-13 100ths; those of the corresponding month in the year 1811, were 56-64 100ths ; in 1810, 50-12 100ths ; in 1809, 56-78 100ths; in 1808, 56-90 100ths; in 1807, 55-66 100ths; in 1806, 54-17 100ths; in 1905, 57-50 100ths; and in 1804, 57.

The quantity of Rain fallen this month is equal to 3 inches 46 100ths of an inch; that of the corresponding month in the year 1811, was 3 inches 41 100ths; in 1810, 2 inches 59 100ths ; in 1809, 1 inch 45 100ths; in 1808, 2 inches 99 100ths ; in 1807, 5 inches 82 100ths; in 1806, i inch 59 100ths; in 1805, 1 inch 43 100ths; and in 1804, 2 inches 75 100ths.

METEOROLOGICAL Table for June, 1812. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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