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his uudeserved seclusion, found for bima ward Jones, M. A. is vicar of Greetham, situation in the Theatre Royal, Drury Rutland; and Rector of North Kilworth, Jane. The shock, however, which his Leicestershire. mind had received, was too much for his *** The article in page 183, relative constitution, naturally tender; and be to the interinent of Lady Hamilton, we expired a victim to thai neglect which his bave since been assured, is inaccurate. abilities and dispo-ition ha! not merited ! Her body was not refused Christian burial, His remains were d p-sited P... 23, 1815, on account of her religion. Such an obin the church-yard on the South side of St. jection could not have been made, as a Clement Daneş, Sırand; attended by many Catholie priest performed the last offices friends, who venerated his worth when of prayer, and administered to her the saliving, and sincerely lamented their loss crament, a short time before her dissoiuby his departare.

tion; no Protestant minister being at Feb. 20. Aged 35, Mary Anne, the wife hand. The fact is, that that lady having of Mr. James Grace, of the Old Jewry. incurred many very considerable debts at

Calais and its neighbourhood, no person, Vol. LXXXIV. Part ii. p. 678. a. The

would undertake to furnish her funeral ; Rev. Edward Jones was educated at Eton; and she was on the point of being buried and removed to King's College, Cam- in a spot of ground appropriated to the bridge, in 1759; B. A. 1764; M. A. 1767. poor, when an English merchant, resident Early in life he was patronized by Bp. in Calais, considering the services she had Lowth, to whom he for some time was Do- formerly rendered her country, and the mestic Chaplain ; and to whose friendship wretched situation of the daughter of he was indebted for the Rectory of Upping- Lord Nelson (who, in compliance with her ham ; and, if we mistake not, for some father's wishes, had never left Lady Ha. earlier Living. For some time he held the milton), offered to become responsible Rectory of Great Doddington in North-, for the charges of her funeral, which was amptonshire. Irrone of his Letters, in our respectably performed in the cimetière last Volame, Part I. p. 318, Mr. Jones (church-yard) at Calais ; all the English says, “ I have been in orders more than gentlemen in Calais and its vicinity, to fifty years, and have resided as officiating the number of fifty, attending as mourIncumbent nearly the whole of that period, ners. The merchant' above alluded 10, the greater part in a country village, but finding that a process was commenced to ten of them in a market-town."He was detain the person of Miss Horatia Nelson an excellent Scholar, a truly benevolent for Lady Hamilton's debts, conveyed that man, and a conscientious Divine. His young lady on board a vessel for England; memory was retentive, and richly stored; and, on her arrival, placed her in the hands which rendered his conversation truly in of Mr. Matcham, the late Lord Nelson's teresting, and his correspondence uncom brother-in-law, with whose family she is monly pleasant.-His son, the Rev. Ed now residing

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for February, 1815. By W. CARY, Strand.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from Jan. 25, to Feb. 21, 1815.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 167 | 50 and 60 165 Males 902 Males 813

5 and 10 7160 and 70 145

1638 Females

Females
825

10 and 20 68 70 and 80 114 Whereof have died under 2 years old

368

20 and 30 123 | 30 and 90 55 Peck Loaf 3s. 70. 3s. 8d. 3s. 9d. 3s. 11d.

30 and 40 148 90 and 100 25 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4 d. per pound.

40 and 50 189

780} 1682

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8/23

0127 0 27 0127

1100

0/29

AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending February 18.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye, Barly, Oats Beans

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

s. d., s. d. s. d. s. d. so de Middlesex 60 629732 1 24

934 41 Essex 58 4127 0 29 10/21 8 30 9 Surrey 63 4/36 0:30 6/25 10/38 0|| Kent 57

0 41

027 4124 434 10 Hertford 62 4128 0131 837 2|| Sussex 62 800

6122 000 0 Bedford 63 432 028 022 833 4|| Suffolk 55 5100

5/19 527 0 Huntingdon 64 400 0128 8/19 1023 8||Camb. 59 700

3:16 726 1 Northamp. 66 400 0128 219 933 6| Norfolk 57 2129 8 25 118 11128 7 Rutland 58 600 0131 3120 635 6 Lincoln 58 534 10/28 616 032 11 Leicester 70 0 42 0 32 423 0 36 6|York 58 2 42 3/29 11/19 240 8 Nottingham 71 8100 0135 822 8 40 8|Durham 60 11100 0133 0 25 300 0 Derby 72 600 0133

8/25

244 0|| Northum. 55 4 43 5126 10/22 100 0 Stafford 72 700 0/33 023 11 44 9|Cumberl. 60 2136 427 323 400 0 Salop

74 348 10 30 226 546 2||Westmor. 62 1140 0 32 025 400 Hereford 68 938 427

626 138 9|Lancaster 68 000 0 29 5/24 0154 8 Worcester 72 638 039 626 940 10||Chester 71 7100 034 200 000 Warwick 75 400 0 34 625 40 41 9 Flint 65 200 031 0/22 10 00 Wills 63 600 028 10126 846 4 Denbigh 67 - 5/00 0131 8121 Berks 61 500 028 1025 335 1||Anglesea 60 000 027 0.17 000 Oxford 64 0.00 027 923 334 6|Carnarvon 63 10100 0127 4121 000 Bucks 67 900 028 524 435 7Merioneth 70 1100 036 0129 8.00 0 Brecon 73 244 950 0118 8000 Cardigan 65 800 0428 0415 10.000 Montgom. 68 1000. 0138 5120 900 cl Pembroke 51 11 00 026 212 1000 0 Raduor 64 000 0/27 1027 Ijoo of Carmart. 59 11100 032 415 1000 0

Glamorg. 63 200 0125 2120 0100 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. Gloucest. 71 200 0/29 10:26 739 10

64 3137 2729 7122 0137 1) Somerset 69 000 9 18 10100.0 Average of Scotland, per quarter :

Monmouth69 200 027 4100 ooo 0 50 0138 3127 4121 7133 | Devon 58 7100 023 11 16 10100 0 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-|| Cornwall 63 2000/25 18 0 00 : 0 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Dorset 62 300 026 321 700 0 which Exportation and Bounty are to be Hants 60 400 0127 6125 336 0 regulated in Great Britain........

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PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, February 20 : 60s, to 65s.
RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark Lane, ineluding only from Feb. 6 to Feb. 11:
Total 13,820 Quarters. Average 63s. Odd.—3s. higher than last Return.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, Feb. 18, 29s. 8d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, Feb. 22, 70s. Od.
PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, February 20 :
Kent Bags
51. Os. to 71. 7s. Kent Pockets

61. os. to. 91. Os. Sussex Ditto 51. Os. to 61. 10s. Sussex Ditto ............

51.' 5s. to 71. Os. Essex Ditto

61. 15$. to 81. 10s. | Farnham Ditto ..........11l. Os. to 131. Osa

AVERAGE PRICE OP HAY AND STRAW, January 14 : St.James's, Hay 41. 1s. 6d. Straw it. 1ās. 6d.-Whitechapel, Hay 4t. 145. Straw H. 145.0d. Clover 61. 16s. 64.--Smithfield, Hay 41. 10s. 6d. Straw 1t. 135. Od. Clover 5l. 15s. 6et

SMITHFIELD, February 20. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef, ..4s. 8d. to 5s. 8d. | Lamb...

none. Mutton .5s. Od. to 6s: 4d.

Head of Cattle at Market Feb. 3: Veal .6s. Od, to 8s. Od. Beasts about 640

Calves 160. Pork ..58. Od. to 6s. 8d. Sheep 3,680.

Pigs 840. COALS, February 20: Newcastle 42s. Od.—50s. Od. Sunderland 43s. 61.-45s. Od. SOAP, Yellow, 90s. Mottled 100s. Curd 1045. CANDLES, 133. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 15s. Od. TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. St. James's 56. Od. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitech apel 5s, Od,

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL Shares and other PAOPERTY, in Feb. 1815 (to the 24th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London.Leeds and Liverpool, 2141. ex dividend.--Monmouth Canal, 165l. ex dividend 101, clear. --Grand Junction, 2231. ex half year's dividend, 31. 10s, clear.-Rochdale, 582. -Keppet and Avon, 201. 10s.-Bllesmere, 821.-Lancaster, 201.---Grand Union, 701. --Grand Western, 64. discount. -Severn and Wye Railway, 301.-West India Dock, 1571.- London Ditto, 911. 901,- Imperial 501.--Hope Ditto, 21. 2s.-Strand Bridge, 211.-Ditto Annuities, 101. premium.-Southwark Ditto, 51. discount.-Kent Fire. Office, 381. - Chelsea Water. Works, 131.- Commercial Sale Room, 381. — British Copper Company 341. to 401.--Covent Garden Theatre 400!. 4051.

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Ann. SperCt. 3percu. Ann. EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN FEBRUARY, 1815.

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Preston-Plym. 2 150therWeekly P.

Reading -Salisb. 17 Sunday Papers

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Sherborne, Sussex Lit. Adv. monthly

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IRELAND 37 Camb.-Chath.

SCOTLAND 24 Carli.2-- Chester 2 CONTAINING

Sunday Advertiser Chelms, Cambria.

Jersey 2. Guern. 2. Meteorological Diariesfor Feb.& March 194,286 ARCHITECTURAL INNOVATION, No. CCII....??0

Miscellaneous Correspondence, &c. Radcliffe's Ford?- Rev. Thomas Howes?...232 Bp. of St. David'sSecond Letter to Unitarians 195 Review of new Publications, vit. Treatment of Slaves at Fez and Marocco...198 | The History of Richmond in Yorkshire......233 Poetical Epitaphs.-'That on Sir W. Browne 199 Mandell's Sermon on Christian Missions...238 Sources of some Proverbial Expressions... 200 Dr. Lempriere on Mineral Water at Sandrock 240 Bennett's Hill, the Residence of Mr. Hutton 201 | The Flowers of Wit; by the Rev. Henry Kett243 Kirkham Abbey; Castle Howard; Crambe 202 Eustace's Tour through Italy, concluded...244 Dyer's Description of Peter House, Camb. 203 | Mason's Statistical Account of Ireland......246 Some Account of the Pantheon at Rome...904 The Poetical Register for 1810-1811......250 Object of " A brief Account of the Jesuiis" 205 Sharpe's Sermon on General Thanksgiving251 Character of Alfieri, and of his Tragedies...206 DevoutCommunicant, 251.-Corn Laws, &c.252 Testaments of XII Patriarchs.-Arth.Collier?207 Review of New Musica: PUBLICATIONS...253 Column in honour of Lord Hillat Shrewsbury 208 | Literary Intelligence.-Bibl. Edwardsiana. 254 Charnwood Forest, and its new Chapel....... 209 Select Poetry for March, 1815......257-259 Extracts from the MSS. of Dr. Ducarel......210

Distorical Chronicle, Journal of an Excursion to France in 1742...211 Proceedings in present session of Parliament 260 Apple-trees.--Animals affected by Colours216 | Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences..260 Mr. Elton's Poetical Translations vindicated217 Country News 270.–DomesticOccurrences271 Letter from Patrick Earl of Marchmont......219 | Theatrical Regist. Promotions, Preferments273 Mr. Bacon's Sculpture.—Child-stealing..., 222 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons 274 Fragments of LITERATURE, No. IX..........223 Memoirs of the late P. Roberdeau, esq.... 275 Wmchester Palace and its present Remains 224

--C. Armstrong, esq.......276 The Monumental Bust of Shakspeare......226 Obituary, with Anec. of remarkable Persons 277 Affecting Case of Henry Pargeter Lewis... ... 227 Bill of Mortality-Prices of Markets, &c. 287 Account of Pampisford Church, co. Camb... 228 | Canal, &c. Shares- Prices of Stocks 288 Embellished with a beautiful Perspective View of Bennetr's Hill, the Residence of W. HUTTON, esq. F. A.S.S.; of the New CHAPEL in CHARNWOOD

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29.38 443 221 do. Wet haze with sinall rain... 29.27 47 23 do. Fine,
4 29.30 47 23 M Fine, though a little hazy.. 29.38 50 12, do. Very fine.

29.57 4* 191 do. Fine. 5 29.31 45 21 M | Very fine....

29.85 53 6. do. Fine.

29.75 43 194 do. F.& C.; rain; fair. 6 29.50.471 22 M F. & C.

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29.61 47 21 do. Dark and cloudy:
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29.45 421 | 174 do. Fine.
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