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May 7. At Chertsey, Mrs. Sarah Layton, daughter of Rev. A. Lav ton, late rector of St. Matthew, Ipswich.
At Dunglass House, Scotland, Helen, eldest daughter of Sir James Hall, bart. of Dunglass.
May 8. In Trinity-square, Tower-hill, where he had been resident the last 50 years, aged 73, Mr. William Hampton, stationer.
At her father's house, Somerset-place, in her 25th year, Susan Boone, only daughter of John Deas Thomson, esq. one of the Commission!n of the Navy.
At the house of his son-in-law, Tavistock square, aged 66, Edward Penman, esq. of Great Russell-street.
Iii High-street, Mary-le-bone, in his 85th year, Major A. H. Brice, brother to the late Admiral Sir R. Kingsmill, bart.
The wife of Mr. Samuel Varley, of Grove House, Chevening, Kent.
In his 72d year, Thomas Croft, esq. of Marwell Lodge, near Winchester.
Aged 69, Elizabeth, wife of John Leatham, banker, of Pontefract, one of the Society of Friend6. The activity and energy of her miud may he said to have worn out her mortal frame, and to have prematurely brought on the infirmities of age and the pains of sickness, which she bore for some years with resignation and fortitude. Her neighbourly kindnesses, her open-hearted hospitality to all ranks, her charities to the poor and sickly, who were daily fed from her table to the last, will, with her many virtues,be long cherished in the remembrance of her afflicted family and friends.
At Carlsruhe, of convulsions, the hereditary Prince of Baden, only son of the Grand Duke.
May 9. At the Rectory House, St. Alban's, aged 58, Rev. J. P. Nicholson, A. M. upwards of 20 years rector of that parish.
At Wellington, Mrs. Redwood, relict of J. Redwood, esq. formerly of Bath.
May 10. Mr. A. Pellegrini, 6guremaker and plaster of Paris manufacturer, of Drury-lane.
At Gargrave, near Skipton, Yorkshire, aged 67, Mrs. Parker, relict of John Parker, esq. of Browsholme Hall, in the same county, and only sister of the present Lord Ribblesdale.
Of a wound, occasioned by the discharge of a loaded gun, James Corsley Davis, esq. of While Hall, near Bristol.
May 11. Aged 32, Franz Michaelsen, of Lime-street.
At Bristol, aged 34, Jarris Holland, esq. only son of Peter Holland, esq. of that city, merchant.
May 12. At Clifton, Mrs. Haywood, of the Theatres Royal Bath and Bristol.
May 13. In Duke-street, St. James's, aged 74, Mr. James Daubigny, wine merchant in ordioary to the Prince Regent,
May 21. At the British Museum, George, the infant son of H. Ellis, esq.
P. 372. b. L 10. The late excellent artist, Mr. Hearne, was born at MarshJield, m Gloucestershire, but removed when very young to Brinkwortb, in Wiltshire.
AVERAGE PRICES of CORN, from the Returns ending May 17.
Wheat Rye Barli Oats Beans
99 9 105 6 118 10 116 5
Durham 79 8