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At Blower Hall, in the parish of St. James's, Jamaica, Jane, wife of Edward Montague, esq.
At the Isle of France, Alexander Wm. Young, esq. Commissary-General of that island.
At Madras, in his 48th year, Lieut.-col. E. Baynton Bagshaw, of the 25th Native Infantry,
1820. Jan. 1. Of a worm fever, convulsions and whooping cough, Miss Foulkes, sole daughter of lieut. - col. Foulkes, of Erriviatt, Denbighshire, North Wales, to the great grief of all her friends and relatives.
Mr. Charles Seamann, of Yarmouth, Norfolk, and late Resident Surgeon, at Smyrna, to the Levant Company.
In the neighbourhood of the New Kent. road, aged 60, Christina, wife of Capt. Kidd, late of Falmouth.
In his 10th year, of the small-pox, Geo. Frederick, son of Mr. Kendrick Collett, of Chancery-lane.-He had been inoculated in his infancy with the cow-pock.
In Lower Grosvenor-street, Margaret, third daughter of the late Christ. Metcalfe, esq. of Hawsted, Suffolk.
In Beaumont-street, in his 78th year, I. Phipps, esq.
At Walworth, of apoplexy, Mr. Wm. Dudds Clarke, stock broker.
In Bentinck-street, Manchester-square, in his 76th year, John Hooper, esq.
Jan. 2. In London, after a long illness, aged 33, James Turner, esq. banker, of Halesworth, Suffolk.
Charlotte Maria Myddelton, third daughter of the late Rev. Robert Myddelton, D. D. of Gwanynog, Denbighshire.
Instantaneously, during attendance on divine service, at the church of Kingstonupon-Thames, Mr. John Wornham Penfold, of Hampton Wick.
Jan. 3. At Landaff, Sarah, wife of Luke Ashburner, esq. late of Bombay, and daughter of the late Rev. Geo. Cadogan Morgan.
Jan. 5. In Cecil-street, in his 72d year, Wm. Winchester, esq. many years an eminent stationer in the Strand.
Aged 68, Mr. Thos. Ayre, many years keeper of the Castle, in Newcastle.-He was present at the siege of Quebec, and was one of the men at the gun from which the celebrated American Gen. Moutgomery received his death-wound. He afterwards commanded a vessel from Newcastle, in the Hamburgh trade, for above 20 years.
Mr. James Doyle, son of N. Doyle, esq. of Cappagh, Ireland. He had retired in perfect health from the College of Maynooth, to pass his Christmas vacation amid the endearments of social life. The next morning he quitted the breakfast-table to take his usual walk: not making his appearance at the expected time, his sister dispatched a servant to request his return. The messenger not finding him, his father went after him, and had not proceeded far, when his every feeling of soul was harrowed up at seeing that son, who one hour before he had viewed in all the pride of health, now lying prostrate on the earth, the vital spark being extinct.
The Rev. W. Hole, of Kertcott, near Barnstaple, a very aged and much respected gentleman. He was found lifeless on the road near his residence ; having fallen from his horse, it is believed, in an apoplectic fit. He had left his work. men only a few minutes before, apparently in perfect health.
In Bedford-square, in his 74th year, John Scott, esq.
Francés, wife of John Hadley, esq. of Craven-street, Strand.
At Hitchin, Herts, aged 15, William, only son of the Rev. Richard Lucas.
Mr. Samuel Millington, late master of a private academy at Hayes, Middlesex.
At Beechwood, Herts, in her 13th year, Gertrude, the youngest daughter of Sır John Sebright, bart.
At Exeter, aged 84, Capt. Jas. Hudson, of the Royal Invalids.-He served at MarMr. Wm. Rivers, watch-maker, of 38, tinico, in 1756; at Belleisle, in 1761; at Cornhill.
At Penzance, Theodosia Mary, wife of Sam. Crawley, esq. of Stockwood, Bedfordshire, M. P. for Honiton.
Jan. 4. In her 89th year, Mrs. D'riffield, of Clapham Common, Surrey.
At Aberdeen, aged 77, Thos. Bannerman, esq. merchant.
New York, 1770 (where he was severely wounded); and at Bunker's Hill, in 1775. At Wittam's Buildings, Old-street, aged 50, Mr. T. Imeson, tobacconist, of Shoreditch.
At Beverley, in her 78th year, the widow of the Rev. George Sinclair, M. A. Rector of Wilford, near Nottingham, and Vicar of
Aged 42, Elizabeth, wife of Mr. Win. Melbourn, Derbyshire. Blackall, of Basinghall-street.
In St. Martin's-lane, aged 34, Thomas Hodge, esq.
In Savage-gardens, in her 70th year,. Mrs. Jane Taber.
In Guildford-street, in his 75th year, W. Savill, esq.
In Great Ormond-street, in his 73d year, Mr. G. Shepheard.
Jan. 7. At Saffron Walden, Mr. Col. Payn, bookseller. He was taken ill, and expired immediately.-This is the third awful instance of sudden death which has occurred to persons in the prime of life in that town within the last two months.
At Forest Lodge, Essex, aged 75 Eleanor, relict of the late Sam. Bosanquet esq. of Forest House.
At Eton, Miss Keate, sister to the Rev. Dr. Keate, Head Master at Eton College. At Twickenham, aged 59, John Taylor, esq. merchant, in Broad-street.
At Ghent, in her 13th year, Lydia Neunburg, daughter of G. B. Lonsdale, esq. of London.
In Bishopsgate-street, aged 68, Mr. Wm. Budden, of Rochester.
At West End, in the parish of Fewston, Yorkshire, in his 110th year, Mr. John Demaine. The chief amusement of his life was hunting, which he always pursued on foot, and which he continued until within the last five years of bis life. He was never known to exchange his clothes, how ever wet, and never experienced a day's confinement from illness in his life. After he had attained his 100th year, he complained that he was grown old, and could not leap over a style or a ditch with his customary agility.
Jan. 8. At Whitley, near Coventry, Caroline, daughter of the late Richard Bury, esq. of Coventry,
John Baines, esq. of Skipton, brother of the late Mrs. Netherwood, of the same place.
In George-street, Hanover-street, aged 66, Charles Warde, esq. of Squerries' Lodge, Kent.
Jan. 9. Wm. T. Taylor, esq. of Turnham-green Terrace, Deputy Inspector of Hospitals in the British Army.
Aged 105, John Edwards, a pauper in the workhouse of St. Ives, Huntingdonshire.
At Amersham, Bucks, in her 66th year, Mrs. Kenyon.
At Spennels, near Kidderminster, Mr. Frost, one of the Magistrates of that borough.
la Margaret-street, Cavendish-square, in his 83d year, Mr. Denis Jacob.
Jan. 10. At Little Syon, the Right Hon. Lady Elizabeth Percy, second daughter of the late and sister of the present Duke of Northumberland.
Aged 18, Charlotte Anne, only daughter of Charles Gwilt, esq. of Icklingham, Suffolk.
At Hammersmith, in his 57th year, Ja'. Nott, esq.
In Mount-street, Mile-end, in his 57th year, Mr. A. Sibbald, formerly of Barbadoes; but since, for many years, of Truman's Brewery, Spitalfields.
Jan. 11. At Tilbuster Lodge, near Godstone, in her 17th year, Joanna, daughter of Alexander Macleay, esq.
Sussanna, wife of W. Breach, esq. of Sloane-street.
In Great Surrey-street, Jane, wife of Thomas Adderley, esq.
In Paradise-row, Chelsea, Anne, relict of William Bulkeley, esq. formerly Major of Chelsea Hospital.
At Marlborough-buildings, Bath, Edw.
Taylor, esq. of the King's Remembrancer's Office, Exchequer, Temple.
Aged 66, Mr. Edward Cockerton, of Aldersgate-street.
At Exeter, in her 77th year, Mary, Dowager Countess of Rothes, relict of the late S. Langton, esq. of Langton, Lincolnshire.
In Charlotte-street, Fitzroy-square, in his 56th year, Nathaniel Halford, esq. Attorney-at-law.
Jan. 12. In his 43d year, Mr. John Wood, of the firm of Bainbridge and Wood, of Holborn.
At Ickwell Bury, Beds, Susan, eldest daughter of the late John Harvey, esq. At Peckham, aged 52, Mrs. Draper.
The Hon. Mrs. Harley, relict of the Rev. Dr. John Harley, Bp. of Hereford (who died in 1788), and mother of the Earl of Oxford.
At Twickenham, James Hatfield, only son of S. Thomas Cole, esq.
At Exeter, Mr. William Tozer, of Sudbury, Suffolk.
Jan. 13. Edward Browne, esq. of Castlemoyle, co. Connaught, in Ireland. About three o'clock this day, as he was passing uear Horseleap, accompanied by his servant, in a gig, he received a shot, which caused his immediate death. He was, it is supposed, mistaken for another person, whose extraordinary zeal in suppressing sedition has lately made him obnoxious to the disaffected peasantry; and we have to regret that this inestimable young man has fallen a victim to such unmerited revenge. His remains were removed shortly after to his brother-in-law's, John Nolan, of Balmderry, esq. The distraction in which that family, with his other numerous friends and relatives, are involved, cannot be described.
At Southampton, the relict of the late P. Breton, esq.
At Catton, Norfolk, Robert Harvey, esq. a Justice of the Peace for that county, and for the city of Norwich.
At Horton-place, near Epsom, Surrey, aged 70, Elizabeth, wife of James Trotter, esq.
In Sloane-street, in her 81st year, Mrs. Thomson, late of Greenwich.
Jan. 14. At Hampstead, in her 63d year, Jean, relict of the late Robert Milligan, esq. of Rosslyn House, Hampstead.
At Tamfield-house, near Taunton, aged 76, Elizabeth, only sister of the late Lieut.gen. Chapman.
In Friday-street, very suddenly, aged 42, Jeremiah Cowper, esq. of the house of Hopkins and Cowper, warehousemen, Friday-street. The deceased was playing at cards at his own house, when they momentarily dropped from his hand, and he died instantly, without speaking a word or uttering a groan.
In Cavendish-square, Mrs. Crewe, wife of
of the Hon. General John Crewe, only son and heir of the Right Hon. John Lord Crewe, of Crewe, in Cheshire. She was the daughter of Hungerford, esq. of Calne, Wilts; was married May 5, 1807, and has left one son and two daughters.
Jan. 15. At Bath, aged 81, Mrs. SarahMartha Holroyd, only surviving sister of the earl of Sheffield.
In Kirby-street, Hatton-garden, Christiana, wife of William Lodder, esq.
Walter Small Griffith, esq. late a Lieutenant in the 1st Garrison Battalion, youngest son of E. Griffith, esq. of the Police Office, Shadwell.
At Highgate, the son of Nath. Harden, juu. esq.
In Charlotte-street, Bloomsbury, in her 65th year, the relict of the late B. Boswell, esq. of Iver Lodge, Bucks.
At Kennington, aged 43, Harriet, the wife of Mr. L. Swainson, of Nag's Headcourt, Gracechurch-street.
At Highgate, Elizabeth, fourth daughter of the late William Bloxam, esq.
Jan. 16. In Sloane-street, the widow of the late John Andre, esq. formerly of New Bond-street.
In Bloomsbury square, the widow of the late Joseph Lyon, esq.
At Wimbledon, aged 80, Mr. John Edwards, one of the oldest inhabitants of that place.
Aged 77, Mrs. Chawner, of Upper Guildford-street.
At Maida-hill, in her 77th year, Henrietta, widow of the late Rear Admiral Jahleel Brenton, and mother of Sir J. Brenton, bart. and of Capt. E. Brenton, R. N.
Jan. 17. In New Cavendish-street, aged 76, Lieutenant-general James Campbell.
At his house in Gloucester-terrace, Mile-end (in consequence of a fall from the stern of the ship Richard and Sibbella), aged 60, Mr. Richard Redman.
Richard Clerke, esq. of Kengston, Ox. fordshire.
In South-street, West-square, in his 74th year, James Hedger, esq.
At Walworth, at a very advanced age, William Paul, esq.
Jan. 18. Aged 92, the widow of the late Mr. Linley, formerly of Drury-lane Theatre, who was the father of the first Mrs. Sheridan.
Aged 75, the relict of Mr. William Ironmonger, of Derby, and daughter of the late William Toplis, esq. of Wirksworth, Derbyshire.
At Edmonton, in his 10th year, James, son of Mr. William Tait, and grandson of Dr. John Hunter, Professor of Humanity in the University of St. Andrew.
In Buckingham-street, Fitzroy-square, aged 73, Mrs, Cornell.
Jan. 19. In Queen-street, May Fair, at a very advanced age, the Hon. Catherine Neville, daughter of William, 14th Lord Abergavenny. She was born June 20, 1728, and was sister to the late, and aunt to the present Earl of Abergavenny.
Marrisco, wife of Mr. Henry Okey, of Tavistock place, Russell-square.
Jan. 21. At his seat at Blake-hall, near Ongar, in his 75th year, Capel Cure, esq. of Great George street, Westminster. Jan. 26. At Forty-hill, Enfield, aged 75, Mrs. Crozier.
BILL OF MORTALITY, from December 21, 1819, to January 25, 1820.
AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending January 15, 1820.
Wheat Rye Barly Oats Beaus
940 8 Suffolk
0 Cambridge57 600 027
Northampt. 60 438 030
Rutland 62 600 034
Leicester 64 700 037 423 830
Stafford 63 10 00
037 10 23
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, January 24, 55s. to 60s.
AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, January 19, 34s. 74d. per cwt.
31. 14s. ............ 31. Os. to 41. Os. AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, January 24:
St. James's, Hay 4l. 3s. 6d. Straw 17. 10s. Od. Clover Ol, Os. Whitechapel, Hay 31. 19s. Straw 14, 12s. Od. Clover 54. 10s.-Smithfield, Hay 34.16s. Straw 14, 9s. Clover 5. 17s. 6d.
SMITHFIELD, January 24. To sink the Offal-per stone of 8lbs. Beef.......................4s. 4d. to 5s. 4d.
Lamb........ .........Os. Od. to Os. Od.
COALS, January 24: Newcastle 35s. Od. to 44s. 6d.-Sunderland, 41s. to 41s. 6d.
TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb, Town Tallow 63s. 6d. Yellow Russia 58s.
SOAP, Yellow 86s. Mottled 98s. Curd 102s.-CANDLES, 11s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 12s. 6d.
THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVICABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, in Jan. 1820 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. SCOTT, 28, New Bridge-street, London. Birmingham Canal, 535l. Div. 201. per Ann.
- Grand Junction, 2141. ex Div. 47. 10s. Half-Year.
Rochdale, 401. ex Div. 11, Monmouthshire, 140/. ex HalfLeeds and Liverpool, 300l. Div. 102
Westminster Gas Light Company, 611. - Provident Institution, 7. 10s. Premium. - Huddersfield, 137.- West India Dock, 1737. ex Div. 5. Half-year. Thames and Severn Mortgage Shares, 417. - Regent's, 321. — Lancaster, 251. — Worcester and Birmingham, 251.-Kenuet and Avon, 197. 10s. Div. 17. — Stratford, London Dock, 70l. ex Div. 17. 10s. ditto—Globe Assurance, 116/. Div. 61. per Cent. -London Ditto Ship Shares, 184. 5s. Div. 17. — Imperial, 78. with 21. 5s. Half-year Grand Junction Water Works, 421. Div. 14. 5s. -West Middlesex Ditto, 42. with year's Div. 51. — Grand Union, 351. — Grand Surrey, 541. Portsmouth and Farlington, 201. – Div. Atlas, 41. 3s.— Rock, 17. 15s. ex Div. 21. Half-year. 191. 10s. Div. 11.
Gas, 2. to 31. Premium.
- Carnatic Stock, First Class, 717. Div. 44. per Cent.
EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN JANUARY, 1820.
Bank Red. 3pr.Ct. 34 per 4 pr.Ct. 15 per Ct. B.Long Irish.
p. cent. Stock.
5 10 pr.
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