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Aged 36, Sophia Elizabeth, wife of \ of Mr. J. Wood, of Newport-street, Leicester-square.
In her 28th year, Sarah, wife of J. L. Reiss, esq. of Basinghall-street, and dau. of Henry Levyssohn, esq. of Rotterdam.
Feb. 2. Aged 82, James Tillott, geut. of Hasleworth, Suffolk.
Feb. 3. At Wethersfield, Suffolk, at the house of her son-in-law, the Rev. R. C. Barnard, Elizabeth, relict of the late Cary Elwes, esq. of Isleworth, and mother of R. C. Elwes, esq. of Billing House, Northamptonshire.
Feb. 3. At Bideford, aged 91, Anne, relict of George Buck, esq. of Daddon, Devonshire.
At Kentish Town, aged 70, the Rev. Wm. Lucas, late of Knight-Ryder-street, Doctors' Commons.
At the apartments of Mr. Williams, St. James's Palace, the widow of the late Adam Haaber, esq. captain in the Danish royal navv.
Aged 94, Mr. Cannon, of Frederickstreet, Portsea. This extraordinary man was never known to eat fish, flesh, or fowl, or to drink any thing stronger than water, excepting tea in the afternoon !
Feb. 8. In Russell-square, in his 65th year, sir Vicary Gibbs, kut, late Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. We shall give an account of this distinguished Judge in our next.
Feb. 11. At Bith, the Rev. Dr. Thomas Haweis. We shall take an early opportunity of giving an account of this celebrated Divine.
Feb. 15. Rev. Matthew Haynes, of Westminster; a Memoir of whom shall appear sooG.
Feb. 16. At Maldon, in Surrey, in his 69th year, the Rev, Rogers Ruding, B. D. Vicar of that parish, F.S.A. and H.M.A.S. of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Of this highly respectable gentleman an account shall be given in our next.
On Putney Heath, the relict of the late Dr. Wood, of Buntingford, Herts.
Feb. 18. Sarah, wife of Robert Lee, esq. of Walthamstow, aged 47.
Feb. 22. At the Haberdashers School, Bunhill-row, in his 79th year, the Rev.. Wm. Lens, the master of that foundation, He was also Chaplain of the City of Lon-. don Lying-in Hospital; and Chaplain of the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries.
METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for February, 1820. By W. CARY, Strand.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
BILL OF MORTALITY, from January 25, to February 22, 1820.
AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending Febuary 19, 1820.
66 9:00 032 125 63 000 034 1026 Brecon 68 648 034 1127 Montgomery 67 500 035 227 71 500 033 827 Average of England and Wales, per quarter. 64 11139 6134 5123 8144 11
154 4 Carmarth. 66 600
Average of Scotland, per quarter.
0 Carnarvon 70
034 221 000.
6 Merioneth 72
000 024 000
000 Cardigan 68
036 517 000
032 1115 800
033 716 400 0 031 420 000 0
Gloucester 67 300
Monm. 70 200 034 825 Devon 67 000 029 800 028 10 22 1000 0 936 5127 4121 5132 2 Cornwall 030
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, January 24, 55s. to 60s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, February 19, 24s. 10d.
PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, February 21.
AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, February 25:
St. James's, Hay 41. Os. Straw 17. 17s. 6d. Clover 4 14s. 6d. Whitechapel, Hay 41. Os. Straw 14. 15s. Od. Clover 61. 10s.-Smithfield, Hay 31. 16s. 6d. Straw 14. 45s. Clover 61. 03.
SMITHFIELD, February 25. To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs.
COALS, February 11: Newcastle 35s. 3d. to 45s. Od.-Sunderland, 40s. Od. to 46s.
TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallow 70s. Od. Yellow Russia 62s.
SOAP, Yellow 868. Mottled 93. Curd 1025.-CANDLES, 11. 6d. per Doz. Moulds 13s. Od.
- Leeds and Liverpool, 300l. Div. 10. THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, ia Feb. 1820 (to the 24th). at the Office of Mr. Scorr, 28, New Bridge street, London. Birmingham Canal, 535l. Div. 201. per Ann.
Monmouthshire, 1401, ex Half-
Kennet and Avon, 191. 15s. Div. 17. — Hud- Portsmouth and Farlington, 201.—Westminster West India Dock, 175l. ex Div. 57. Half-year. — London Dock. 731. ex Waterloo Bridge, 51, 10s. Providen Institution, 7. 10s. Premium. Grand Surrey, 547. - Rochdale, 4Cl to 417. ex Div. 17.- Regent's, 351. - Lancaster, Div. 17. 10s. ditto - Globe Assurance 117. ex Div. 37. — Imperial, 787. ex Half-year's Grand Junction Water Works, 391.-West Middlesex Ditto, 417. 401.-London Bridge Gas Light Company, 611. ex Div. 21. Half-year.- Bath Gas, 3. Premium. — Russel year's Div. 51.- Dudlev, 611. ex Half-Year's Div. 17. 10s. -Grand Junction, 2171. ex Div. 47. 10s. Half-Year. · Worcester and Birmingham, 251.Ditto, 501, Div. 21 10s. per Annum. dersfield, 137. Div. 21. 5s. 251.
nstitution, 127. 12s.
Surrey Ditto. 81. 8s.
EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN FEBRUARY, 1820. Bank Red. 3pr.Ct. 34 per 14 pr.Ct.15 per Ct. B. Long|Imp. 3, Ind. | S. S. 3pr.Ct. O. S. S. India Ex. Bills. Com. Omniun Stock. 3pr.Ct. Con. Ct. Con. Con. Navy. Ann. p. cent. Stock. Stock. S. S. Stock. Bonds. 1221 20 684 1674 1764 7 864 7 1024 3 18 18 15 13 pr. 3 4 pr. 2 Holiday 3 221 221
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siding near the Leasowes, who assured me they once were Mr. Shenstone's property.' This, no doubt, was the case, having his accustomed vignette of a part of the Leasowes pasted on the inside of the covers. The notices in question were evidently written by some relative, or intimate friend, who was well acquainted with the facts thus circumstantially detailed. If a friend, probably by J. Dodsley, the surviving brother of him whose death is so particularly recorded in the MS. Nor is it unlikely (with the exception of what relates to the melancholy dissolution of
Threadneedle Street, near the South Sea Spence) that they were transcribed from
Upper Thames Street (Lambeth Hill)-
Carter Lane, near St. Paul's-Phæniz.
Little Bridge Street, Blackfriars-Hand-
Well Street, Oxford Street-Westminster.
Warwick Street, Golden Square-Royal
Baker Street, Portman-square-Union.
Bedford Bury (Covent Garden)-West-
Commercial Road, Lambeth-Sun.
A CONSTANT READER will find in Betham's Baronetage, or indeed in every Ba. ronetage, that Sir Edmund Bacon is styled the Premier Baronet, as the lineal descendant of an early Baronet.
DR. BOOKER writes thus: " I feel much obliged to Mr. Urban's intelligent Correspondent, who so very handsomely corrects the venial anachronism into which I had fallen, respecting a belief of Shenstone's being the author of the notices concerning Spence. On referring to the third volume of Shenstone's Works, printed for J. Dodsley in 1769, I perceive a short note subjoined in the last Letter, stating that he died on the 11th of February 1763. The volumes whence I transcribed the MS account of Spence, &c. were presented to me by a gentleman re
private memoranda of Shenstone."
R. C. communicates the following information: Vol. LXXXIX. p. 572. “Lord Hill is not the brother of Lord Berwick, but a younger son of Sir John Hill, bart. of Hawkestone, Salop, a distant relative of Lord Berwick."-P. 578. "Is there not a mistake either in the copy, or in the origiual inscription of the antient ring here described? I presume it is, or was intended to be, "al as God well," that is, "as God pleases."-P. 594. "Alexander Ross's Medicus Medicatus' may be seen in the Bodleian Library, as appears by the printed catalogue, in which there is no mention of Sir T. Browne's treatise Lucis Causa et Origine"."
ANTIQUUS (vol. LXXXIX. ii. p. 482), who inquires after the family of Lambe, is referred to a pedigree of that family, under Hetton on the Hill, in Mr. Surtees' first vol. of the Hist. of Durham; the last heir, it is believed, left Anthony Storey of Newbottle his executor.
T. P. remarks, "You give the statement of a Sussex Experimentalist,' the errors of which are so conspicuous, that a child who had only passed through the four first rules of arithmetic could not fail to detect them."
A. Z. (p. 2) would much oblige G. H. W. by informing him, "whether John Hanger (who died in 1654) was father or brother of George, who died in 1688. The inscriptious to the Hangers in Driffield Church would be very acceptable. Sir George Hanger of Driffield, knt. was, I presume, son of George, who died in 1688. The purchaser of Driffield, John Hanger, is stated in some of the Peerages to have been of the family of Aungier."
A CORRESPONDENT asks, "Is it necessary that two Churchwardens should be returned for each parish?"
Mr. GODFREY will find the first of the Series of Letters from the Continent printed in p. 25 of our January Magazine.