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At Jerfey, much regretted, Mr. Pleydell Dawnay Le Geyts, third fon of CharlesWilliam Le Geyts, efq. He was midfh pman on board his Majefty's ship the Severn, and defcended from one of the first families in that ifland. He was a very promifing youth, much beloved by his captain and near relation, his Serene Highness the Duke de Bouillon, hy the reft of the officers and men of the fhip, and by all who had the pleasure to know him. His lofe is moft feverely felt by his difconfolate parents. 3. Advanced in years, Mrs. Healey, of Oakham, Rutland.
Ar Stockwith, near Gainsborough, aged 68, Mr. Robert Steele, farmer.
At Gainsborough, aged 78, Mrs. Helewood, widow.
4. At Ilfracombe, Devon, George Hammond, efq. of Clifton, co. Gloucester.
5. Of the gout in his ftomach, in his 43d year, Thomas Seddon, `efq. of Alderfgate ftreet, colonel of the 11th regiment of Loyal London Volunteers. His remains were interred on, the 12th, in the family vault, in the church of St. Botolph, Alderfgate, with military honours. The pall was fupported by the officers next in command to the decealed, and every mark or token of respect that could poffibly be shewn was obferved by the gentlemen of the corps. The whole of the ceremony had a very folemn and awful appearance, and fcarcely a dry eye was to be feen. At the clofe of the funeral fervice, one of the volunteers, who had approached too near the grave, fell in, and was very much bruifed by the fall: he was obliged to be conveyed home by his friends. The very fuddeu and unexpected death of Mr. Seddon has occafioned the moft poignant affiction in his family. He has left a wife, now pregnant, and fix children, to lament his lofs. His fifter, an elegant and accomplished young lady, was burned to death fome years ago by her cloaths catching fire.
At the house of his fon-in-law (J. P. Kenian, efq.), at South Lambeth, in his 75th year, Mr. James Park, formerly a furgeon-apothecary, of refpectable practice, at Edinburgh, and father of JamesAllan P. efq. King's counfel. He was maternally defcended from Law of Lauriefton, diftinguished by the name of Miffi fippi Law.
At her houfe in Spa-fields, aged 65, Lady Anue Erskine, fifter to the prefent Earl of Buchan and the Hon. Thomas Erfkine. She was a trustee for the late Countess of Huntingdon's chapels, and fuperintended their management.
Rev. Mr. Williamfon, of Weftbeer, near Canterbury, Kent.
At his house in Bury, after a fevere lingering illness, which he fapported with much fortitude, Lieut.-col. Thomas Hock ley, of the 7th Battalion of the Royal Army of Referve.
Ifaac Clarke, efq. of Clapton, Middlesex, 6. Aged 60, Sir Wm. Kemp, bart. of Bristow, co. Norfolk. He was riding on a hobby, from which he fell, and expired inftantly on the spot.
Aged 84, the Rev. Jofeph Latlibury, M. A. rector of the parishes of Great and Little Livermere, Suffolk. He was of
Clare hall; B. A. 1744; M. A. 1748. Some of his claffical criticisms may be seen in our vol. XXXVIII. pp. 224, 379; anfwered, n. 515; revived on both fides, vol. XXXIX. pp. 80, 345. It is believed Mr. L. was head or under-matter of the fchool of St. Edmund's Bury.
At his lodgings in Bristol, after a long illness, the Rev. John-William Hamilton, brother to Sir Frederick H. bart. and neplew to Lieur.-gen. Sir Ju, Cradock, K. B.
7. Aged 70, Richard Freeborough, of Lincoln. He was known to his neighbours by the name of "The Old Bachelor," and refided in a fmall dwelling by himself, not fuffering any perfon to affift him in his household affairs. He was continually fwearing about the taxes, and complaining of poverty; yet, fince his death, roo guineas in gold have been found in his house and he has likewife left other property to a confiderable amount.
At Parkgate, aged 75, the Rev. John Briggs, M. A. chancellor of the diocefe of Chester, and rector of Methley, co. York, in the gift of the King as Duke of Lancaf ter. He was of Trinity college, Cambridge; B. A. 1749; M. A. 1753; and printed a Vifitation fermon on Col. ii. 8, 1783.
Found dead in his bed, to which he had retired the preceding evening in apparent good health, aged 74, Mr. Richard Dearman, of Colebrook-dale, one of the people called Quakers.
At his houfe in Green-Park-place, Bath, aged 73, George-Paul Monck, efq. a lineal defcendant of Gen. George Monck, Duke of Albemarle, He was married to Lady 'Araminta Beresford, after to the late Marquis of Waterford, and was father to Mrs. R. Dawfon, of Dublin, and the wife of the Rev. Guftavus Hume, of the county of Wicklow. He was a gentleman of the mildett and moft polished manners; and had refided many years at Bath.
8. Mr. John Mills, keeper of the Gran-. by's Head inn at Louth, co. Lincoln.
Mrs. Wollafton, wife of the Rev. Fran cis-Jin-Hyde W. Jackfonian profelfor in the University of Cambridge, and vicar of South Weald, Ellex.
Aged 52, the wife of Mr. Charles Ken. nedy, ftationer, in Fetter-lane, Fleet-ftreet.
At Derby, in her 80th year, Mrs. Denby, mother of Lieut. col. D.
Henry Wickham, efq, of Cottingley, in the commiffion of the peace for the Welt Riding of Yorkshire, and upwards, of 26 years a partner in the banking-house of
Meff Wickham, Field, and Co. of Leeds. He was formerly lieutenant-colonel in the third regiment of Guards, and father of the Right Hon. William W. late chief fe cretary in Ireland.
At Uttoxeter, defervedly regretted, Mr. Thomas Gardner, archit &.
9. At his lodgings in Queen's-huildings, Knightsbridge, while eating his breakfast, Mr. Munion, of the Stamp office.
10. Mrs. Langford, wife of the Rev. Dr. L. canon of Windfor, and fellow of Eton,
At Kirby-Over-Blow, in lus 80th year, the Rev. Charles Cooper, D. D. rector of that place, and prebendary of Durham.
At Eaft Malling, Kent, aged 25. Lieut. W. H. Youn, of the Royal Marines; an officer who bad, on feveral oce fious, dittinguished himself in his country's caufe.
Eoward Chefelden, efq. in any years re ceiver-general of the county of Leicester, one of the deputy-ieutenants,, and in the. commiffion of the peace. During the American war he ferved as mejor in the Leice terfhire Militia, and in t! elite war as heutenant-colonel; both which fituations he filled with credit to himfelf and honour to the county. He was a man of great he nevolence and hofpitality; and his lofs will long he felt by thofe who had the pleasure of his acquaintance.
12. Suddenly, at Cheltenham, where he went for the benefit of his health, Thomas Greenway, efq, banker, of Warwick. He was walking to the wells, as ufual, when he was taken ill in the church-yard, was carried home to his lodgings, and expired.
At Bath, in his 56.h year, George Lloyd, efq. of York, late of Manchefter, barritter. At Twickenham, Middlefex, aged 9, the eldeft fon of the Rev. Dr. Gray.
Hi Beaumont-treet, Portland place, Thomas Mayer, efq. late of York.
At Mr. Phimps', in Thornhaugh-treet, Bedford-iquaie, Janies Barton, eiq. of Penwortham, co. Lancaster, brother-in-law to E. M. Mundy, cfq M. P. for Der by thire.
Mr Carter, a celebrated compofer of mufick, and author of many ballads, among which were "O, Nanny, will thou gang with me?" Tally-ho!" &c. &c.
In the 14th year of his age, at the house of his mother, in Lower Grofvenor-place, Mr. Herbert Foley, fecond fon of the late moft refpectable and much-limented Richard Foley, efq. one of the magiftrates of the Police. The fuperior talents, with a remarkable fuavity of temper and manners, which distinguished this young man, who was educating at Weftminifer Ichool, have made his early.death a fubject of peculiar diftrefs to his family, and of very afflicting regret to all his acquaintance of every defcription and age. The mortal diforder, in this inftance, was a dyfentery, the milery of which he fupported with angular patience for nine days, when exhaufted nature funk under its violence.
At Ely, co. Can bridge, in her goth year, Mis. Filippa Bentham, fifter to the late Dr. Edward B Regius profeffor of divinity in the Univery of Oxford. And canon of Chrift Canch here, and of the Rev. Jas B. prebenders of Ely, and author of the Hiftoiy and Ant quities of Ely Cathedral. mild and cheerful temper, joined to great fuavity of manrets, ended her to a circle of friends of the fi ft reípectability, by whom her memory will be long chenthed with fecuments of tru regard; while the benevolence of her fpofition, in adminif tering to the wants of her leis tent neighbours, ill be remembered with a laf. ing gratitude by the objects of her hourty.
13 AL ishonte at Chellea, Henry Caf tleman, eiq. acling-birr ck-after-sencial. At Cufon, the Hon. Col. George Napier, comptroller of army accompts in Ireland. A hulter of a bra. folder never ferved his country; a more upright or more diligent fervant of the publick n ver filed an office of rut. He was marred to 1.dy $ rab Bunbury, filter to the Duke of Renmond.
15. At Swa fra, the wife of Rev. Tho. Powell, of King's Parade, near Gloucester. 16. Qf a decline, aged 73, Mr. Wahin, mafter of the Bell pubic-houte at Enteld.
At his father's houfe at Stockaton, Dear Sa tah; in Cornu all, Lieut. John D'ew, of the Royal Navy. H death was occafioned by a fevere cold caught in the fervice family have beer. remarkably unfortunate : his uncle, the late Capt. John Draw, of the Cerberus, was, together with another nephew, Lieut. James Drew, drowned in Plymouth found; a few months afterwards, his other uncle, Capt. James Drew, commander of the D. Braak, was drowned off the coalt of America.
17. Of putrid fever, Thoma -William Temple, efq. of Corpus Chrith college, Cambridge, youngest fon of the Rev. Dr. T. of Northwood-place, Suffolk.
18. At Colney hatch, Herts, in his 76th year, Join Pafley, efq. a Teneriffe merchant, brother of Admital 1. and hufband of the fitter of Mr. Briggs, of Buth-mill, Edmonton.
19 At Ride, in the Isle of Wight, Mrs. Mary Saunders, wife of Dr. S of Upper Berkeley street, late of Dublin.
At his houfe in Suffolk-ftreet, Charing Crofs, aged 63, the face tous Mr. Charles Bannister, formerly, for many years, of Drury-lane and Covent garden theatres, but latterly of the Hay-market theatre, and father of Mr. John B. the celebrated comedian. He had long been the life of every company into which he was introduced; his gaiety and conviviality never failed to fet the table in a roar; mirth flafhed froni his eye; and care dared not intrude. In his manners he was unoffending and unaffuming. "Live while we can," was his motto throughout his mortal career; and
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few men ever enjoyed, or was more beloved by, more extenfive and refpectable circle of friends. A long attachment to fociety and his bottle impaired his conftirution, so much fo, that it was la terly neceffary to revive, him with comfortable. cordials before he could take damer, or prefide at the feftive hoard. He was ever confidered a refpectable performer; his va cal ralents were for many years of the firit celebrity; and the publick never miffed an opportunity of teft fying their efteem for fo delerved a favourite and respected individual; of which Mr. B. experienced their hift teftimony at his benefit at the Haymarker theatre on the 16th, only three day's before his death, when the house over Aowed in every part, and hundreds were difappointed, H's remains were interred, on the 25th, in the family-vault under the communion-table in St. Martin's church. The hearfe was drawn by four horfes, and followed by fix mourning-coaches, in which were Meffieurs Barrymore, Moody, Wal dron, Holland, Wroughton, Pope, Johnftone, Kells, Iucledon, Munden, Lewis, Bartley, Collins, Cherry, Dowton, Suett, Fawcet, Truman, Caulfield, and Hill. Mr. J Bannister was in the first coach, with fome of his children. Many other friends of the deceased joined the proceffion. The coffin was placed on those of the deceased's mother and brother. 20. At his chambers in the Temple, aged
76, John Wynne, efq. a bencher of the Middle Temple, and brother to Sir Wm. W. of Doctors Commons.
21. At Boughton-Malherbe, in Kent, greatly lame ted by all his acquaintance, the Rev. Robert Foote, prebendary of Rochefter, rector of Bghton-Malherbe, and vicar of Shorne, in that county; the first and aft on the death of Dr. Pinnel. He was of Univerfity college; M. A. 1782.
22 Mr. Jofeph Griffiths, trunk-maker, corner of Holles-ftreet, Oxford-street, who had a house near Willan's farm, in the New road, Mary-la-Bone, was found dead at the latter place this morning. I appeared that he had pur a period to his life with his own maik-t, the muzzle of which he had put into his mouth, and discharged it by a string fastened to the trigger, and brought round the butt-end. No caufe is affigned for this rath action. The deceafed was a member of the Mary-la-Bonne Volunteers, between 5 and 6ɔ vears of age, and much relpected. Verdict, Lunacy, Mrs. Griffith, his wife, died on the 25th. She had been for fome time in a bad itate of health; and the melancholy end of her husband, revealed to her on the 25th, is fupposed to have haftened her death.
23. At Brighthelmftone, S. Shergold, efq. 27. At Longuer park, Rob Corbett,ely. 30 At his apartments in the British Mufum, the Rev Samuel Ayscough; of whom an account fhall appear in our next.
BILL of MORTALITY, from Sept 25, to Oct 23, 1804.
50 and 60 111 60 and 70 87 70 and 80 61 80 and 90 33 90 and 100
2 and 5 141 5 and 10 58 10 and 20 31 20 and 30 102 30 and 40 150 40 and 50 141
PRICES OF FLOUR, Oct. 29:
Fine 75s. to 80s.-Seconds 70s. to 755.-Fine Pollard cos. to 275.-Bran 8s. to gs. 6d.
Total 21,870 Sacks. Average 73s 18.4 38. 70.4 higher than the laft Return.
Kent Bags Suflex Ditto Ellex Ditto
31. os. cd. to 41. tos. od.
31 18s. to gl. os. 31. 185. to 41. 10s. 61.. 103. to 71. 155.
Average 31. 155. od. Average l. 135. 94. Average 41. 15. od. Average 41. 19s. od.. Average 11. 15s. od. stone of,816.
35. 4d. to 4s 8'. 45. od. to 55. 4.
Beats 2500. Sheep and Lambs 16,500. COALS. Beft, in the Pool, 59s. Delivered 718. Sunderland, 545 6J. Delivered 665. 6d. SOAP, Yellow, 828. Mottled, 90s. Curd, 94s. CANDLES, 12. Moulds 135. TALLOW, per ftone, 81b. St. James's 45 7d. Clare Market 4s. 6d. Whitechapel 4o. 5d.
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