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Nou. 13. Mrs. Wade, wife of Mr. Wade, youth endeared to his friends by the most grocer, of Skinner-street, Snow-hill. amiable and promising qualities. "He

At Longport, co. Stafford, in his 83d feil a victim to the small-pox; an awful year, Hugh Hepshall, esq.

and instructive exaniple of the uncertainty Nou. 14. At Windsor, aged 64, Rob. of human life, and of the destructive ef. Brown, esq. Paymaster of H. M. Pensions fects of that inveterate disease. He was and Salaries, a faithful and attached ser interred in the vault of St. Michael's, vant to the King for 39 years.

Cornhill, on the 22d instant. At Gatcombe House, Hants, Sir Roger In his 78th year, J. H. Sequeira, M.D. Curtis, bart. Admiral of the Red. He was of Mark-lane. son of Roger Curtis, esq. of Downton, In Nassau-street, in his 83d year, J. Wilts, and was knighted Nov. 29, 1782, Pike, esq. for his gallant and judicious conduct at the Nou. 21. At Glasgow, John Wyld, siege of Gibraltar. He was on board the

esq. agent for the Commercial Bank of Royal Charlotte, with Lord Howe, in the Scotland there. memorable action of the 1st of June, 1794, At Sandford, near Epstone, Oxon, in after which he was created a baronet; and his 19th year, Edward, son of Rev. Witwas commander in chief at the Cape of liam Thorpe, vicar of that place. Good Hope in 1801. During the time the Nov. 23. At his son's, Chelsea Hospital, late Viscount Melville was First Lord of in his 720 year, William North, esq. late the Admiralty, Sir Roger Curtis was ap of Grosvenor-row. pointed one of the Commissioners for re In her 60th year, Sarah,' relict of Rev. vising the Civil Affairs of the Navy, and William Walford, of Hatfield Peverel. was subsequently appointed Commander in Chief at Portsmouth. He married Sarah, youngest daughter and coheiress of ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Matthew Brady, esq. of Gatcombe House,

P. 375. Mr. George Leigh was nintb, . in the Isle of Portsea, Hants; by whom he had issue two sons, Roger and Lucius, Leigh, LL. D.; and his father was not, as

but not youngest son of the Rev. Egertoa both Captains R. N. and one daughter.- there stated, archdeacon of Salop, but was He was at once a very able and a very

rector of Lymme and Middle, and canon good man, beloved for the kindness of bis

residentiary of Hereford, and possessor of heart and the benignity of his manners,

the West Hall of High Leigh in Cheshire, and his death is alike a public and a pri

-The Archdeacon of Salop of the same vate loss.

names, with whom Dr. Leigh is confounded, Nov. 16. At St, Pelage, Gen. Bonaire,

was M. A. rector of Lymme, and canon who was condemned by the first Council of War to deportation.

residentiary of Lichfield, and was half

brother of Mr. George Leigh by a former Nou. 17. At Barbaraville, co. Roscom.

warriage.

L. C. mon, Rt. hon. Patrick Dillon, 11th Earl of Roscommon and Baron of Kilkenny P. 382. Mr. Stephens never lived in West. His lordship was born March 15, Birchin-lane. He was perhaps one of the 1769, and succeeded bis father, John, the most steady men of his time, as to resilate Earl, in August 1783. He married

dence. He was born in BartholomewJuly 1797, Barbara, youngest daughter lane, where his father was a stationer; of J. Begg, esq. of Belrea, Roscommon; and after his death removed about three and has left issue, one daughter, Maria,

doone farther in the same lane, to the born June 1798.-Wentworth Dillon, the house now the Bankiog-house of Messrs. fourth celebrated Earl of Roscommon, was Bruce, Simpson, Freer, and Co. When only son of James, the third Earl, by Eli Mr. Stephens sold this house to these genzabeth Wentworth, sister of Thomas, The

tlemen, he returned to the old one in which celebrated Earl of Stratford. His lord he was born, then inhabited by the parishship dying without issue male, is suc

sexton, and remained there until it was ceeded in his titles by his cousin Michael pulled down to make room for the AucJames Robert Dillon, a minor, son of tion Mart. He then removed to ThrogCapt. Michael Dillon, late of the county morton-street, to which he paid his daily of Dublin militia, killed at the battle of

visits until about a month before his

death. Ross in 1798, during the Rebellion.

He was the father, i. e. oldest inNov. 18. At Leatherhead, in her 74th habitant, of the parish of St. Bartholoyear, Hon. Henrietta Beauclerk, second mew - Exchange. He was interred on daughter of the late Lord Beauclerk. Wednesday Oct. 30, in the South aile of Nov. 19. At the Virginia coffee house,

the church of St. Bartholomew, the burial Cornhill

, aged 16, Joseph, only son of place of his own and his father's family. Joseph Law, esq. of the Island of Barba He has left a widow, with three sons and dos, from whence he had lately arrived

five daughters. for the completion of his education ; a

AN OLD CORRESPONDENT.

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BILL OF MORTALITY, fronı Oct. 27, to Nov. 26, 1816.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 174 | 50 and 60 153 Males 1075 Males 861

5 and 10 75 60 and 70 134

1702
Females
841

10 and 20 68 70 and 80 106 Whereof have died under 2 years old

468
20 and 30 133 80 and 90

61

30 and 40 147 90 and 100 13 Salt 1. per bushel; 41. per pound.

40 and 50 170

remales 1010} 2085

Between

359 5

200

111

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

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat | Rye Barly, Oats Beans

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

s. d. , s. d. s. d. s. d.1s. d. Middlesex 93 656 11 42 8/35 0 55 91 Essex 88 6 54 644

0134 6/54 3 Surrey 95 050 049 4/37 861 41 Kent 93 600 0/48 4138 4151 8 Hertford 84 442 0/44 1031 6/29 0|Sussex

102 2100

0 54 033 668 0 Bedford 85 7/48 0139 238 360 01 Suffolk 90 3152 0 45 735 354 3 Huntingdon 84 900 050 731 4113 0|Camb. 93 100

0 46 625 11159 0 Northamp. 90 8100 0151 0 35 8 55 6 Norfolk 91 755 446 231 8100

0
Rutland 91 000 057 934 955 o|| Lincoln 88 859 044 9 30
Leicester 96 4/56 056 8 35 047 0 York 86 10159 7 46 5/29 0577
Nottingham105 6164 0156 235 056 2 Durham 87 000 042 729 000
Derby 115 4100, 057 035 960 4| Northum. 96 756 040 929 7169
Stafford 111 5 CO 057 4134 656 8||Cumberl. 100 080 846 11 28 600
Salop 105 4 56 8 59 1033 378 2 Westmor. 102 080 054 4/32 000
Hereford 102 5/64 0 45 3 28

846
3 Lancaster104 400 0.00

0/32 10 54 Worcester 105 5+1 851 232 4150 7||Chester 89 j1100 0/60 10/30 Warwick 110 000 049 835 155 0||Flint

5.00 0 54 11 28 0100 0 Wilts 95 000 050 437 4.63 0||Denbigh 99 000 056 5/29 000 Berks 86 700 033 6:32 10 56 11||Anglesea 00 000 040 021, 000 () Oxford 105 600 052 630 10/56 6||Carnarv. 101 800 044

8|28 000 0 Bucks 86 6100 0 46 134 1053 8||Merionetb116 400 0 58

6 31 400,0) Brecon 119 2/76 857 532 000 O||Cardigan 104 7100 044 020 000 ( Montgom. 121

7164 0 57 727 500 0||Pembroke 91 700 036 11 17 2100 0 Radnor 118 5loo 0 54 11 39 41000|Carmart. 93 200 039 615 600 W

Glainorg. 93 300 042 018 800 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarter.|| Gloucest. 102 600 054 8 36 667 % 98 9158 9,49 5130 8156 10 Somerset 110 400 0.54 10/28 169 0

Monm.

92 500 56 900 000 ( Average of Scotland, per quarter :

Devon 109 900 0 54 3/25 700 0 00 0100 0100 0,00 0,00 Cornwall 96 900 049 1123 1000

Dorset 95 300 046 8 27 600 0

Hants 94 1100 0146 0 29 1060
PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, Nov. 25, 100s. to 105s.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, Nov. 16, 36s. 4d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, Nov. 20, 46s. Id. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, Nov. 25 : Keuit Bags .... ..101. Os. to 141. Os. Kent Pockets

111. 11s. to 171. Os. Sussex Ditto .........

91. 9s. to 121. 12s. Sussex Ditto ............Illa Os. to 151. 15s. Parnham Pockets. 02. Os. to 251. Os. Essex Ditto................11l. Os. to 161. Os.

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, Nov. 25 : St. James's, Hay 41,145. Od. Straw 21. 3s. 6d. Clover 61. 15s, Od.---Whitechapel, Hay 5l. 10s.

Straw 21. 2s. Od.-Clover 71. 10s. Od. Smithfield, Hay 51. 155. 6d. Straw 21. 2s.6d,

Beef ....

SMITHFIELD, Nov. 25. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs.
.25. 6d. to 4s. Od. Lamb...

........Os. Od. to Os. Od. Mutton

.2s. 8d. to 45. Od. Head of Cattle at Market Nov. 25: Veal

3s. 6d, to 5s. 4d. Beasts ...............3,140 Calves 160. Pork

.45. Od, to 5s. Od. Sheep and Lambs 15,360 Pigs 300. COALS; Nov. 25: Newcastle 41s. Od. to 50s. 9d. Sunderland 43s. Od. to 45s. Id. TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb. St. James's 3s. 5d. Clare Market Os.Od. Whitechapel 3s. 34. SOAP, Yellow, 86s. Mottled 945. Curd 985. CANDLES, 103. 0d. per Doz. Moulds 11s. 6d.

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHarbs and other Property, in Nov. 1816 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London.Oxford, 4001, ex dividend, 131. bonus, 51. - Grand Junction, 125). with div. 21. Grand Surrey, 481.-Ellesmere, 631.-Leicester Union, 701.-Grand Voion, 301,Worcester and Birmingham, 191.-Kennet and Avon, 111.Stratford-upon-Avon, ill.Chelmer, 701, div, 41,- Lancaster, 161. 155. — West-India Dock, 1451. div. 101. London Ditto, 651 --Globe Insurance, 1051.- Rock Ditto, 3s. disc.- Vauxhall Bridge, 301.-Waterloo (late Strand) Bridge Annuities, 6l. disc.—New Dilio, 10s. premium. Gas Light, 31. disc.

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METEOROLOGICAL DIARY KEPT AT EXETER.

61

32 M Fog...

Oct. Bar. Ther, Hyg. at 8 A. M.

Bar. Ther. Hyg. at 3 P. M.

Bar. Ther, Hyg. at 10 P. M. 29.44 60 42 M Blowing hard with sm. rain. 29.45 632, 28 do. Fair but windy.

29.53

25 do. Wet haze & mod.
2 29.50
602 30 M Cloudy and blowing hard... 29.42 62 19 do. I Do..

29,56 59 19 do. De.
329,75 55 24 M Very fine; at 12 small raio. 29.75 584 20 do. Small rain..........

29.73 60 22 do. Cloudy, mod. sm.
4 29.70 59 41 M Cloudy and gloomy.

29.70 61 30 do. Do.......

29.70 59 44 do. F. & C. [raio.
29.70 60 57 M Gloomy &hazy with sm.raia.
29.66 60 47 do. Gloomy and hazy.

29.64 601 62 do. Fine.
S 629.64
602 61 M
Gloomy &hazy with sun.rain.

29.64 61 52 do. Gloomy with wet haze....... 29.6+ 61 62 do, F. & C.
7 29.6+

62 57 M Gloomy and hazy; fine..... 29.66 65 29 do. Fine but cloudy.

29.66 601 28 do. Cloudy, a little ra. 8 29.76 62 54 M Cloudy; fine......

29.76 632 24 do. Fine with clouds...... 89.76 60 38 do. F.&C. ; wind and 9 29.72 623 41 M Cloudy, lowering..

29.80 62 38 do. Do.........................

29.79 64 37 do. Raio.

[rain.
10 | 29.86
63 49 M Cloudy and lowering...
29.89 65 48 do. Do....

29.89 58 5+ do. Fine,
11 29 90 58 45 M Fine.

29.95 61 27 do. Very fine......

29.95 54 30 do. Do. 12 / 29.95 52; 44 M Very fine; after 12 cloudy. 29.95 59 33 do. Cloudy, lowering.

29.95 58 35 do. F.&C. ; wet haze. S 13 29.92561 40 M Gloomy and hazy.

29.91 59 32 do. F. & C....

29.91 56 40 do. Do.; frosty. 14 29.95 51 38 M Fine though cloudy... 29.98 60 27 do. Do.......

29.98 51 31 do. Do. ; frosty. 15 99.98 43

29.98 59 21 do. Fine, with clouds.

29,95 53 22 do. F. & C. 16 29.84 44 M Gloomy 29.76 58 32 do. Do.; lowering...,

29.66 57 46 do. Fine, 1799.66 52 30 M Very fine....... 29.66 57 1 do. Fine tho' cloudy..

29.64 54 28 do. F. & C. 18 | 29.72 | 49 38 M Very fine.......

29.76521 6 D Do...

29.80 51

Fine. 19 29.82 | 521 22 M Fine; ast.10 sm. drops of ra, 29.72 571 20 do. F. & C............

29.66 54 24 do. F. & C. S 2029.63 494 21 M | Fine; after 10) cloudy.

29.63 511 5 do. F. & C.

29,61 53 1 do. Do. 21 29.64 491 14 M F. & C.; aft. 12 fine...... 29.64 53 0

29,67 | 482 17 do Do, 2299.56 51 46 M

Very fine; aft,9 small show. | 29.66 52 23 do. Cloudy, våh some sın, show. 29.70 481 4 do. Fine, 23 29.85 41 32 M Fine,frosty.

29.79504 7. du. F. & C.

29.68 52 3 do. Do.
24 29,51 49
30 M Rain; after 19 fair.......... 29.46 51 15 do. Fine...

29.37 47 27 do. Do.; rain.
25 | 89.10) 49 62 M Rain; aftur 12 fair..

29.23 49 3 do. Fine though hazy...

29,25 49 6 do. Fine.
26 29.31 42 26 M Pogry; aft. 10 cloudy with 29.31 52 21 do. Cloudy with squalls.. 29.34 | 47 30 do. Small rain.
S 27 | 29.30 ( 521 29 M Cloudy, lower. [wind&rain. 29,33 56 43 do, I Do.,

29.34 53 44 do. Small rail..
28 | 29.31
55 45 M Squalls with rain..............

29.32 58 41 do. Do.....

29.32 54 34 do. Some sinall rain. 29 29.31 53 42 M Fine.....

29.27 55 39 do. Showers; F. & C..

29.04 52 38 do. Do. ; showers. 30 | 28.88 54 37 M Rain; aft, 10 F.& C..

28.83 552 / 35 do. Showecs; F. & C.

28.89 54 35 do. Do. 31 28.98 52 39 M Fine; a smatt-hower

29.03 534 137 do. Do.; a small shower... 29.08

37 do. Do.

Fine......

1 148.98

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