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In Downing-street, in her 82d year, Mrs. Elizabeth Ancell, relict of Mr. Thomas A. of the Secretary of State's office. In St. George's-place, Surrey, in her 85th year, Mrs. Cuckow.
Aged nearly 72, George Hutton, efq. the oldeft merchant in Liverpool, it being a greater number of years fince he commenced merchant there than any other.
At her apartments in Kensington palace, Mrs. Stephenfon.
In his 70th year, Mr. John Freeman, of Stanford court, co. Hereford.
Mr. Thomas Bellars, of Langtoft, near Market Deeping. He was feized with the prevalent fever a few days before, and had been married only a few months, On the 19th, Mits Nidd, eldest daught. of the late Mr. John N. of Gedney, co. Lincoln (who died in November laft), and niece to the above Mr. Bellars. Alfo, lately, Mr. Bellars, of Gedney, uncle to the above; all of the fame epidemic diforder.
At Louth, aged 58, Mr. Jn. Pemberton. At Breadfall, co. Derby, in his 85th year, Mr. Page, formerly of fome celebrity for his medicine in the cure of confumptions.
In her 53d year, the wife of Richard Bower, efq. of Welham, co. York.
At Broughton, near Edinburgh, in a very advanced age, Mr. Robert Thomfon, coufin of the immortal Scotifh Bard, the author of "The Seafons," &c. He followed the profeffion of a gardener, and was a man of great integrity and primitive fimplicity of manners.
In North George-street, Dublin, Samuel Dick, efq. an eminent merchant, one of the oldeft directors, and lately a governor, of the Bank of Ireland, whofe property is eftimated at upwards of 400,000l.
18. This afternoon, about 4 o'clock, an elderly woman, of the name of Powell, was accidentally burnt to death, by her cloath.s catching fire, at her lodging in Walden'scourt, Cherry-fireet, Birmingham.
At her brother's houfe, in Harley-freet, the Hon. Mifs Primrofe Elphinstone, dau. of the late Lord Charles F.
In the prime of life, Thomas Plummer, efq of Gray's-inn-fquare.
At Uttoxeter, the relict of Rich. Hayne, efq. of Athborne-green-hall, co. Derby. Aged 38, the wife of Capt. Wray, of the Egginton, of Hull.
Very fuddenly, aged 64, Mr. Chriftopher Rheam, of Bilton, near Hull. He had been from Bilton to Hull in the morning.
19. At Birmingham, aged 100, Mr. Spozzi, father of the late Mr. C. S.
In France's-ftreet, Edinburgh, Mary Clara Lady Elibank.
Buried, at Rotherhithe, in the familyvault in which were depofited the remains of Prince Lee Boo, of the Pelew islands, the wife of Capt. Wilfon, of the Warley Eaft Indiaman.
20. At his houfe in Southampton-row, in his 63d year, of a bloody flux, in confequence of a cold taken at the last anniverfary-dinner at the Charter-houfe, the Rev. and learned Samrel Berdmore, D. D late mafter of the Charter-houfe fchool. He presided over that illaftrious feminary 22 years, and refigned his office in 1791. The many eminent fcholars who derived their intruction from him afford the most unequivocal proofs of his great erudition and el gent tafte. The writer of this fhort account can bear the most honourable teftimony to the fpirit and energy with which he illuftrated the antients; he felt their beauties in a manner peculiar to himself. As a remuneration of his public fervices, he looked forward to the important office of matter of the houfe; but Diis aliter vifum eft.
His mihi dilectum nomen, manefque verendos,
He had just published "Specimens of literary Refemblance in the Works of Pope, Gray, and other celebrated Writers, with critical Obfervations, in a Series of Letters" [to the Rev. Peter Fortter, rector of Hedenham, Norfolk], first published in the European Magazine, and one in our Mifcellany, 1793. His remains were interred in the Charter-houfe on the 30th.
At her apartments in St. James's palace, after excruciating fufferings from a cancer in her mouth, the Hon. Mifs Eliz. Jeffreys, one of the maids of honour to the Queen.
Major Winter, of the artillery, who had come to town from Woolwich, to appear at the Old Bailey as a witness in behalf of Gov. Wall, just as he had stepped from his carriage, and was afcending the fteps leading to the court, fuddenly dropped down in a fit, and was taken to the Rofe coffee houfe, where he expired in two or three minutes. He was married to a filter of Mr. Dadman, of Deptford, and has left to children.
21. At Ath, near Wrotham, aged 92, a man named Cellard, who was born and expired in the fame houfe, from which he had not paffed one night during his long life.
22. At Chertley, Surrey, Laurence Porter, efq. a confiderable brewer.
23 At Elvington, co. York, aged 85, Mis. Sanderton, whow of Mr. James S. and mother of the late Sir James S. bart. who ferved the office of lord mayor of London in 1791.
25. At Mr. Coutts's, in Piccadilly, of a dropty in the brain, aged 2 years, Lord North, the only fun of the E. of Guildford.
Mr. Cox, a very eminent and refpectable copper plate-printer in Bream's-buildings, Chancery-lane.
A: Lancaster, Ms. Worfwick, wife of Thomas W. efq. banker.
100 000 0.00 000 000
Gloucest. 76 000
Somerfet 71 8100 043 922
Moum. 81 1100 050 600
036 1117 100
943 734 1048
Hauts 73 900 042 10/27 146 10
AVERAGE PRICES, by which Exportation and Bounty are to be regulated.
Wheat Rye Barley Oats Beans !!
Diaries 5. d. s. d. s. d. s
Whe Rye Birley Cats Beans. d. Diftricts S. ds. d 3. d. s. d. s. d.
Westmo. 80 156 045
Lancaft. 77 500 051 1026
69 548 929
123 1144 10
143 940 10j20
68 340 836 719 10:43 4
PRICES OF FLOUR, Jan. 25.
Gos. to oos. Horse Pollard 275. Od. 10 05.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. A voirdupois, 46s. 5d.
Average Price of SUGAR, computed from the returns made in the week ending Jan 20, 180z, is 425. 14 per cwt. exclufive of the duty of Customs paid or payable thereon on the importation thereof into Great-Britain.
SMITHFIELD, Dec. 28. To fink the offal-per ftone of 81b.
TALLOW, per stone of 815. 45. rd.
Newcastle 435. od. to os. ed. Sunderland, 40s. 6d. to oos. od.
EACH DAY'S PRICE OF STOCKS IN JANUARY, 1802. India 5perC Long Short New India Exchq.Funda. [SouthS. Old 1797 Ann. Ann. Stock. Bonds. Bills, ExBill. Stock. Ann.
Bank 13 perCi 3 per Ct.14 perC5 perc Stock. B Red. Confols. Confol Navy.
[Printed by NICHOLS and Son, Red-Lion-Paffage, Flest Street, London.]
J. BRANSCOMB and Co. Stock-Brokers, at the Lucky Lottery Office, Holbourn
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METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for February, 1802.
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
27 43 47
28 39 43
Height of Fahrenheit's Thermometer.
48 ,2 cloudy
29 38 45 39 ,18 cloudy
42 172 fair
42 29,59 cloudy
46 39 ,77 fair
38 ,83 fhowery
30 29,87 cloudy
38 42 39
19 39 44 42
41 44 46 39 rain
23456 700 00