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Harris, of Turvile, in Bucks; 4. Philip, zealous and constant ; as a Christian mi. who died unmarried; 5. Percy-Joho, died nister, pious and diligent, without enthuyoung ; 6. Roberi, captain of the West. siasm or ostentation. In upholding the Kent milita ; 7. Algernoun-Bysshe, died welfare of the Chorch and State, he shruok young.-This family is of high antiquity from no difficulty, and sought no concealin the county of Sussex, and is descended ment. The opinions which he conscienby the female from William the Conque. tiously held, he fearlessly avowed and ror. Sir Bysshe was the son of Timothy, strenuously maintained, leaving an exson of Jobn, son of Timothy, son of John, ample most worthy of imitation in these son of Richard, third son of Heory Shel. days of affected candour apd spurious ley, of Worminghurst, in Sussex, esq. ; liberality. whose father was ancestor of the families of Shelley, of Michel - grove, baronets; Vol. LXXXIV. Part ii. p. 507. Arthus and of the Shelleys, of Lewes, both in Phillip (noe Phillips), vice-admiral of the Sussex.

red, was the son of Jacob Phillip, a Jan. 12. At her house on Clapbam. native of Francfort, who settled in Engcommon, afier a short illness, in her 76th land, and maintained his family by teachyear, Anna-Maria, widow of Thos. Astle, ing languages. His mother was an Engesq. late Keeper of the Records in the lishwoman. He was born in London, Tower of London, and daughter of the October 11, 1738, entered the naval Rev. Philip Morant, the learned His service in 1755, and was made lieutoriau of Essex. Few people have tenant in 1762. During the Peace of passed through life more generally re 1763, he was in the Portuguese service, spected and esteemed, as the numerous which he quitted in 1778; and, in the and lasting friendships which she enjoyed year following, he was made master amply testify. Her conduct in her own and commander; and post captain in family was so unexceptionable on all oc 1781, when he was appointed to the Bucasions, that the only contest seemed to rope, a 60 gun ship, in which he was acbe, who should serve her best and love tively employed in the Indian Seas. On her most : she may be truly said pever to bis return to England, he was appointed have caused a tear to any of them, till commodore to the little squadron which they were deprived of her society.

took out the Convicts to Botany Bay, of Jan. 14. At Lezant, near Launceston, which Settlement he was the first goverin Cornwall, Rev. Charles Mayson, D.D. where he remained until 1795. Since rector of Lezant, and formerly fellow of his return to bis native Country, he has Wadham college, Oxford. His clear and chiefly lived in retirement, first at Lyvigorous understanding, bis inflexible in mington, and afterwards at and near Bath, tegrity, and his ardent desire to promote where he died, without issue, having been the public goud, rendered him an able twice married. He was successively proand active magistrate. As a' neighbour, moted to the rank of rear-admiral of the he was kind and hospitable; as a friend, red.

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

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from Dec. 28, 1814, to Jan. 24, 1815
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 187 | 50 and 60 138
Males. 1043
Males

5 and 10 77 60 and 70 119 1947 Females 904 Females 780

10 and 20 49 | 70 and 80 87 Whereof have died under 2 years old 420

20 and 30 109 80 and 90 38 Peck Loaf 3s. 11d. 3s 8d. 3s. 8d, 3s. 8d.

30 and 40 131 90 and 100 18 Salt £ 1. per bushel; 4) per pound.

40 and 50 147 101......

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 21.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye Barly, Oats Beans

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

d. s. d.

s. ds. d. s. d., s. d., s. d. Middlesex 54 900 0129 8/24 1 34 101|Essex 50 933

030

023 632 6 Surrey 54 4136 0 29 105 1036 3|| Rent 52 8 39 030

0122 434 8 Hertford 53 8128 030 623 10137 10 Sussex 57 000 0126

3121 031 6 Bedford 56 000 0127 4123 332 4 | Suffolk 49 8100 0126 0 19 8\26 10 Huntingdon 55 000 024 4 18 8 28 10||Camb. 50 000

3114 1128 2 Northamnp. 50.800 0123 0117 10 31 6||Norfolk 49 8 25 0125 0 20

230 $ Rutland 56 0.00 022 9122 0 38 6 Lincoln 47 335 623 10 13 11 32 Leicester 60 800 027 0120 8/33 0 York 55 239 0 29 9 18 4 424

800 0130
Nottingham 61

220
6140 4 Durham 61

200 0139 42+ 1100
Derby
68 1010
0 34 (124 1046 6 Northum. 52 1044

1126 9/22 100 Stafford 64 1000 0/30

222
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7 Cumberl. 51

0 29

9122 1100 Salop

66 345
3 45 429 10 26 5/48 0 Westinor. 65 8 46

623 9100 0
Hereford 64 6 40 0130 6/28 1139 5 Lancaster 63 600
Worcester

68
140

09 626 5139 71 Chester 61 6.00 057 0/25 000 Warwick 66 200 034 9|25 4 46 9 Flint 58 11 00 0138 2100 000 Wilts 55 000 027 0128 246 8 Denbigh 57 3100

035 10 24 4100 Berks 51 1000 027 1/23 6 35 11 Anglesea 00 000 0128

0 16 600 Oxford 61 9100 025 02' (31 6 Carnarvon 64 000 0132 0124 000 Bucks 62 4100 027 8/23 835 01 Merioneth 74 8100 0 +2 232 000 0 Brecon 73 1151 231 718 X100 of Cardigan 76 000

0132 420 000 0 Montgom. 68 938 5128 921 7100 0|Pembroke 59 700 033

117 600 0 Radnor 65 7100 0/29 0128 8000l armart. 66 100 0 30 1118 900 9

Glainorg. 71 800 0130 822

800 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter Gloucest. 71 200

028 10 24 11 10 11 60 8,38 5129 10122 5136 91-omerset 67 1000 030 2122 4 33 0 Average of Scotland, per quarter :

Monmouth72 300 0132

000 000 0 51 4143 0129 6122, 5134 Devon 62

7100 0129 418 000 0 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma Cornwall 64

2100
031

0 19 1100 ,0. ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Jorset 57 11100 027

6/24 138 0 which Exportation and Bounty are to be|| Hants 53 500 0128

9/24 441 5 regulated in Great Britain............

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PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, January 23 : 55s. to 60s.
RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark Lane, including only from Jan. to Jan. 14:
Total 7,386 Quarters. Average 60s. 641.-25. 104d. lower than last Return.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, Jan. 21, 32s. 2d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, Jan. 25, 75s. 1{d.
PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, January 23 :
51. 10s. to 81. 15s. Kent Pockets

61. 10s. to 91. 9s. Sussex Ditto ..........

51.
5s. to 71. 10s.
Sussex Ditto ............

61, 4s. to 81. Os. Essex Ditto .............

71. Os. to 81. 10s. I Farnham Ditto.......... 101. Os. to 131, Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 23 :
St.James's, Hay 41, 5s. Straw 11. 135. 6d.--Whitechapel, Hay 41. 163. Od. straw 11. 16s.Od.
Clover 61. 16s. 60.-Smithfield, Hay 41. 14s. 6d. Straw 11. 11s. Od. Clover 61. 5s.

SMITHFIELD, January 23 T'n sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs.
Beef
.. 45. 4d. to 6s. 4d. | Lamb.......

pone, Muiton

.5s. Od to 6s. 6d. Head of Caule at Market Jan. 9; Veal

.6s. Od, to 8s. 4d. Beasts about 1,970 Calves 105. Pork ............5s. 8d. to 6s, 8d.

Sheep 19,200. Pigs 320 COALS, January 25,: Newcastle 45s. Od.-56s. 3d. Sunderiand 39s, Od.--495. Od. SOAP, Yellow, 94s. Mottled 104s. Curd 1085. CANDLES, 14s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 15s. 6d. TALLOW, per Stone, &lb. St. James's 3s. 4d. Clare Market Os. Od. Whitechapel 5s. 344.

Kent Bags

THÉ AVERAGE PRICES of NavigaBLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in Jan. 1815 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. SCOTT, 28, New Bridge-street, London.Monmouth Canal, 1651. ex dividend 101. clear Grand Junction, 2201. 2231, ex half year's dwidend 31. 10s. clear. ---Old Union, 1311, 1331. ex half year's dividend 21.Rochdaie, 581.-Kednet and Avon 211.--Ellesmere, 831.--Grand Surrey Optional Loan, 861. per ceni.-Croydon, 131. 55.-West India Dock, 1561. 1601. ex dividend 51. half year.---Londun Dit'o, 901. 921. ex dividend 21. 10s. half year clear.--Imperial, 501. 1 Eagle Assurance, 21. 2s.--Hope ditto, A. 2s.--Rock, 11s. premium.-Strand Bridge, 201. 10s ---Diuio Annuities, 107. premium.-Kent Fire-Office, 381.-East London WaterWorks; 651.- Auction Mart, 271. 281.-Commercial Sale Room, 331.---Drury-Lans Theatre, 1001, Share, 521. 10s.

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30.21 29 19 do. Do. 4 31.19 30 21 M Gloomy, with sharp frost... 30.03 27 191 do. Frost suspended; frost.....

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6 29.98 29 20 M Dark; hard frost

29.96 31 21 do. Prost suspended ; fine...... 29.96 31 19 do. Do.; frost. 729.90 27 20 M Hard frost; at 12 gentle thaw

29.69 35 234 do. Do.; at 4 clear...

29.53 S7 23“ do. | Do.; sharp frost.
S8 39.17 341 23 M A little snow; sharp frost... 29.55 35 21°do. Do. frost, snow all dissolved. 29.76 | 29 | 21 do. Sharp frost.
9 29.98 281 211 M Sharp frost; at 12, thaw..... 29.92 42 23 do. Thaw...

29.80 224 do. Cloudy and thaw.
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29.69 441 23 do. Do. wind and rain. 11 29.59 411 22° M Fair; hazy, & blowing fresh 29.68 33 20 do Sleet and rain...

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