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manstone, he was not absent from his pa- ried application to business, accompanied rochial duties three months; in conse- by a temper not easily ruffled, a probity quence of which conduct (well worthy of above temptation, and an affability and imitation) there was not, at the time of his urbanity peculiar to himself, placed him death,' a dissenter in his parish, and high in the esteem of the most worthy and scarcely an absenter from the service of elevated classes of London Merchants. the church. He was interred in the family His hours of retirement furnished many vault at Sydling, on the 24th, the anniver- elegant and useful literary productions, sary (seven years since) of the funeral of which graced the pages of several periodihis late brother Sir John Smith, bart. cal works. He brought up a family of

Nov. 21. At Primrose-bill, Salisbury- nineteen children, twelve of whom are now square, in his 75th year, Mr. William liviog to attest and profit by his virtues. Wright, who for 36 years was one of the His benevolence was not confined to his Common Council of the Ward of Farring- immediate family ; but his bounty to the don Without. · He had for some time been poor kept an equal pace with his laudathe Father of St. Bride's parish; and had ble promotion of almost every public uniformly been the diligent and active charity, in which he generally took a dispromoter of whatever was beneficial to the tinguished lead. trae interests of his fellow parishioners.

Ibid. The Rev. Clement Cottrell was an He was not faultless, but his good quali- active Magistrate foribe county of Southties abundantly preponderated.

ampton. He was the second surviving son

of Rev. C. J. C. of Hadley; and married Part I. 621. The Hon. Mr. Hoare, and in 1806, Miss Georgiana Adams, whom he the Hon. Mr. Vansittart, are titles erro. has left with six children to mourn their neously bestowed. The Ladies of these irreparable loss. gentlemen, as daughters of Peers, are pro- P. 296. b. The late Countess of Glan. perly styled “ the Hon.but they cannot dore was not mother, but sister, of Mrs. convey the title to their males. G. H. W. Herbert, of Muckross. The same error

Part II. p. 192. a. Richard Down, esq. has crept into all the public prints. These was one of the oldest Bankers of the City ladies were both daughters of the late Lord of London. His correct conduct in early G.Germaine, 1st Visc. Sackville. Her Ladylife had so established his character for ship, died issueless; and the heir presumpintegrity, that though in 1772 the con- tive to the barony only, is the Rev. William cealed and fatal speculations of one of Crosbie, son of the late Hon. and Rev. his partners at once laid prostrate bis Maurice C. dean of Limerick. ea hopes and fortunes, and stripped P. 302. a. 8th line, for Bishop Dixon' him of the ample endowment of his wife, read Bishop Dickson, -vide supra. be soon emerged from the calamity, and Ibid. 12th from erid, for born about rose to increasing opulence and splen- 1757,' read born 1758, and died in 1794. dour. In the progress of life, his unwea- P.401, a. 1.4, read son of the late Dr. Cooke.

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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for November, 1814. By W. CARY, Strand, Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer,

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BILL OF MORTALITY, from Oct. 26, to Nov. 22, 1814.
Christened.
Buried.

2 and 5 254 50 and 60 128 Males 938 Males

5 and 10 89 60 and 70 130 1915

1881 Females 9775 Females

10 and 20 53 70 and 80 97 Whereof have died under 2 years old

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20 and 30 105 80 and 90 50 Peck Loaf 4s, 4d. 4s. 2d. 4s, 2d. 45. 2d.

30, and 40 156 90 and 100 Salt £1. per bushel ; 4d. per pound.

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AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending November 19.
INLAND COUNTIES.

MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat, Rye Barly 1 Oats Beans

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

d., s. d. s. d. s. d., s. d. Middlesex 69 1:38

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68 035 0132 4127 10 403 Surrey 69 045 4 35 6/30 442 6|Kent 69 8 42 0 35 429 240 Hertford 67

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035 10127 652

3 Sussex 68 000 033 9/27 9 420 Bedford 5.00 0 34 9 28 10 39 8|Suffolk

63 5/27 0323126 5/33 5 Huntingdon 69 600 034 4123 0 39 4Camb. 65 0140 0131 818 9/42 0 Northamp. 75 800 033 223 341 9 Norfolk

62 630 630 5/23 4130 3 Rutland 70 000 036 3124 9 44 0 Lincoln 67 6839 6/34 1 20 0443 Leicester 78 4144 045 427 445 0 York 68947 638 1/23 537 11 Nottingham 76 8144 040 4127 1048 0 Durham 69 900 0 40 628 600 Derby

80 800 043 229 049 6 Northum. 65 746 733 427 400 Stafford 76

900
036 0126 751 8 Cumberl. 69 10 41 4135

6 26 10100 0 Salop

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6 52 2141 8/35 44 5|| Westmor, 74 7152 0135 229 400 0 Hereford 81 548 9135 2130 0+2 7|Lancaster 73 8100 000 028 744 03 Worcester 85 1051 8 41

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250 ill Chester 70 1100 045 4 27 900 0 Warwick 77 400

8/32 4 54 2 Flint 79 800 0146 6100 000 Wilts 800 0134 430 10153 || Denbigh 79 900 013 9127

2100 Berks 70 400

032 9/29 2433|| Anglesea 00000 0131 0 19 600 Oxford

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038 8/22 000 Bucks 70 0100

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2 26 4138 51Merioneth 79 800 047 833 600 Brecon 79 264 0155 224 000 0|Cardigan 76 000 058 0 24 000 Montgom. 74

538 5 43 234 400 0 Pembroke 65 3100 041 8/17 Radnor 75 541 7134 529 2000 Carmart. 69 1000 000 0120

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Glamorg. 74 1000 033' 624 800 0 Average of England and Wales, per quarteri| Gloucest. 87 000 0 35 231 945 10

73 2143 0136 4126 10:44 Somerset 78 900 0133 426 1 45 4 Average of Scotland, per quarter:

Monmouth81 10100 035 0100

0 61 1138 0135 6125 8138 5 Devon 70 6100 0/30 823 10000 Aggregate Average Prices of the Twelve Ma-Cornwall 68 8100 0 30 ritime Districts of England and Wales, by Dorset 73 700 033 127

2 51 which Exportation and Bounty are to be Hants 66

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PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, November 21 : 65s, to 70s.
RETURN OF WHEAT, in Mark-Lane, including only from Nov. 7 to Nov. 12:
Total 14,128 Quarters. Average 68s. 3 d.---2s. 4d. lower than last Return.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, Nov. 19, 3Ss. 9d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, Nov. 23, 775. 1 d.
PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, November 25 :
Kent Bags
61. 6s. to 81. 15s. | Kent Pockets

61. Os. to 101. Os Sussex Ditto Os. to 81. Os. Sussex Ditto.

61. 15s. to Essex Ditto

81. Os. to 91. Os. / Farnham Ditto..........111. Os. to 141. Osa

AVERAGE PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, November 25: St. James's, Hay 41.7s. 6d. Straw 11. 165.-Whitechapel, Hay 4l. 145, 6d. Straw 11. 165. Clover 61. 16s. 6d.--Smithfield, Hay 41. 10s. Od. Straw 11. 16s. Od. Clover 61, 10s.

SMITHFIELD, November 25. To sink the Offal-per Stone of 8lbs. Beef. ..3s. 8d. to 4s. 8d. | Lamb..........

none. Mutton

..4s, Od. to 5s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market Nov. 18: Veal .6s, Od. to 7s. Od. Beasts about 790.

Calves 140 Pork

...... 6s. Od. to 7s. 4d. Sheep 4,300. Pigs 370 COALS, November 25: Newcastle 52s. 9d.--67s. Od. Sunderland 59s. Od.–645. 3d. SOAP, Yellow, 98s. Mottled 110s. Curd 114s. CANDLES, 14s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 15s. 64. TALLOW, per Stone, 8lb• St. James's 5s, 6d. Clare Market 0s, Od, Whitechapel 5s, 6d,

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THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, jo Nov. 1814 (to the 25th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge-street, London, Leeds and Liverpool, 2131. dividend 81.-Grand Junction, 2101. 2031. 2001. with 31. 10s. half year's dividend nett.—Monmouth, 1601, dividend 101. nett. Rochdale, 581. dividend 21.-Kennet and Avon New Shares, 11. 10s. discount. --Chelmer, 791.-Ellesmere, 831. ex dividend 21.-Worcester and Birmingham, 421.-Croydon, 141.-Wests India Dock, 1561.-Londou ditto, 961.-Globe Insurance, 1101.-Imperial, 491.6 Rock, 11s. premium.-Strand Bridge, 201. 10s.--Ditto Annuities, 101. premium.Kent Fire Office, 381.-East London Water-Works, 651.-West Middlesex Ditto, 271.

Grand Junction Ditto, 301. 251.- London Institution, 391. 185. -- Drury-Lane. Theatre, 1001, Share, 521. 10s.

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Jersey2. Guern.2. Meteorological Diaries for Nov. and Dec. 514 | LITERARY INTELLIGENCE...

1.550 Miscellaneous Correspondence, &c. Index Indicatorius-Questions answered" 552 Epitaphs written by three celebrated Ladies 515 Review of New Publications, viz. The Royal Institute at Paris--Mr. Forbes 516 Dr. E. D. Clarke's Travels, Part II. Sect. IÍ, 553 Character of Mr. Wm. Wogan, of Ealing.517 Mr. Eustace's Classical Tour through Italy 554 'Hist. of King's Lynn.'--Familyof Pyle,&c. 518 Sermons by Dr. Law, Bp. of Chester 560, 561 Concise Sublimities of Holy Scripture.....ibid.

-Rev. W. Tooke, F.R. S. 563, 564 Universal Redemption and Univ. Salvation 519 ThanksgivingSerm.by Rev.W.A. Armstrong 565 Seal Ring of Keck Family-Dr. Cadogan? 520 Lines to Napoleon Buonaparte, by the same ibid. Description of Sefton Church, Lancashire 521 Jephthah, a Poem, by Edward Smedley 566 A singular Case of Distress---H. P. Lewis : 522 Letters, &c. of Mr. Barrè Charles Roberts 567 Gall & Spurzheim's PhysiognomicalSystem 523 Dr. Gaskin's Sermon for National School ...570 Editions of Sir Thomas More's. Utopia” 528 Proposal for improving Friendly Societies 571 Ruins of Old Winchester Palace described 529 Review of New MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS ...572 On Private Baptism, the BurialService, &c. 531 Select Poetry for December 1814, 575-578 Brief Memoirs of old Henry Jenkins

Historical Chronicle. Important Hint to Editors of Newspapers 534 Result of the Trial of Colonel Quentin ....579 Imprecatory Psalms.-Church at Bathwick 535 Interesting Intell. from the London Gazettes 580 Firing of Cannon at Bath.-Child-stealing 536 Proceedings in presentSessionof Parliament 592 Bp. Horsley's Controversy with Dr.Priestley 537 | Abstract of principal Foreign Occurrences 594 Mr. Curran's Description of Irish Agitators 540 Country News,597.-DomesticOccurrences599 Mr. Storer's Answer to Mr. Britton, &c. &c. 541 Births and Marriages of eminent Persons 600 Machines for facilitating Dispatchin Printing 542 Memoirs of the late Rev. Dr. James Scott 601 On the Influence of Snow on Vegetation...544 Obituary,with Anec. of remarkable Persons 603 Biblical Restrictions by the Church of Rome 545 Bill of Mortality---Prices of Markets, &c. 615 Progress of Architecture temp. Queen Anne 547 | Canal, &c. Shares-- Prices of Stocks in Dec. 616 Embellished with beautiful Perspective Views of Seftox CHURCH, Lancashire, and of

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Bar. Ther. Hy. at 3 P. M.

Bar. Ther. Hy. at 10 P. M. 29.85 492 OF M Hazy, but fair... 29.85 505 8 do. Do..

29:85 48 8 do. Do. 229.85 47 9 M Hazy, but fair...

29.85 46 6 do. Do........

29.83 403 5 do. Do. 29.84 40 6 M Dark, frosty; cleared up... 29.83 45 4 do. Very fine...

29.83 36 5 do, Do.; Frost. 4 29.75 361 6 M Fine, sharp frost... 29.72 43 5 do. Do.

29.72 391 5 do. Fine. 529.70 40 M Hazy, but fine.....

29.66 42 5 do. Do..

29.65 40 5 do. Do., S 6 29.76 36 M Sharp frost........[2 cloudy 29.77 48 0 Do......

29.77 35 29.73 38 61 M Fog, frosty, aft. 9 clear; aft

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2 do. Fine. 9 29.41 39 3 M Hazy & dark with small ra. 29.42 41 do. Fair and clear.

29.62 38 3 do. Rain. 10 30.00 33 4 M Fine, frost............

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29.49.50 6do. Fine; hard squalls & rain.
16 29.43 44 6 M Windy with squalls & rain. 29.63 50 0 Pair & moderate; showers. 29.99 493 M Fair.
17 29.97 51 5! M Fair with clouds...............

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29.38 44 7 do. Rain, 19 | 29.34 331 71 M Fine. [at 2 small shower 29.35.42

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29.35 37 4. do. Do. S 20 | 29.33 361 6 M Fine, frosty

29.38 411 4 do. Do......

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31 do. Do. 21 29.55 30 3 M Sharp frost...

29.55 391 1 do. Do....

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29.61 48 3 M Fair, but overcast; 4 sm. ra. 29.45 50 8 do. F. &C.
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64 M Very fine; af. 12 overcast. 29.30 524 6 do. Fair, but overcast; 4 sm. sh. 29.17 45 7 do. Fine.
26 | 29.15 45 8 M Wind &rain; broke up at 1. 29.39 44 5 do. Fine, but windy [hail & rain 29.50 401 3 do. Fine and moderate.
S 27 | 29.55 38 5 M Fine, frosty.

29.37, 48 O do. Hazy, no frost; squalls, wind | 29.33 47 6 do. Do.
28 29.65 436 M Fine, frosty, and

8 do. Fair and cloudy. 29.43 48

29.33 507 7do. More clear; squalls,wind, ra. 29.21 43 7 do. Do, 29.09 411 7 M Fair, but gloomy; showers. 29.11 427 7 do. Clear & fair; showers......

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