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property, which is considerable, to his only At Bodiham, Frances, wife of the Rev. daughter, married to the Rev. Geo. Sloper, John G. Thomas, and daughter of S. G. of West Woodhay, Berks.-Mr. Bantoft, 80. Ram, esq. of Ramsfort, county of Wexford,
Al Pattenham, Mr Jos. Ransom, 74. Ireland.
At Bury, Ann, wife of Mr. Edw. Frost, At Henfield, Henry Wood, esq. 78. 65.- Mrs. Baldwin, 60.- Harriet, cldest At Brightling, Louisa, fourth daughter of daughter of Professur Hague, of Cambridge, the Rer. B. Hayley. 23.-Peter, third sou of Mrs. Boileau.
Married.] At Coventry, Mr. Alderman' late Mr. Fiske, of Old Newton.
Goode, tu Miss Soden, daughter of the late
At Stratford on Avon, Mr. Ralph Smith,
of Radbrook House, to Mary, daughter of SURREY. Married.] Al Clapham, the Rev. G. H. T. Hay Farren, esq. of Clifford. L. Gretton, of Upton Bishop, Heteford, in
At Birmingham, Major Morrison, 7th Augusta, daughter of John Williams, esq. a
Dragoons, to Sarah Elizabeth, second commissioner of the customs.
daughter of G. Lander, csq. At Croydon, John, only son of J. B. Cres.
At Warwick, Mr. E. Heathcote, bookselwell, esq. of New Court, Devon, to Maria, les, to Miss Boyes. eldest daughter of Geo. Short, esq. of Teign- mingham, Mrs. Osborne, wife of Henry O.
Died.] Ac Whitmore House, near Birmouth.
At rtlake, John B. Wharton, esq. of esq; Ryder-street, St. James's, to Miss Bradsall,
At Canwick, Mrs. Stubbs, rclict of John of East Sheen. Died.] At Lower Cheam, Philip Antro
At Birmingham, Mrs. Eliz, Bromley, 06. bus, esq. 61.
- Mr. John Brooke, 53.--Mrs. Burrows.At Clapham, Mr. John Bellamy, above 40
Mr. Rudge - William, eldest son of Mr. years messenger and housekeeper to the
Ambrose Birch.-Mr. Henry Woodward, House of Commons. Robert Barclay, esq.
81.-Mrs. Phipson, 75.-- Mr. Josiah Cookc, of Lombard-street, banker.
73. Ac Ockley, Capt. Edw. Curling, of the
At Coventry, Mr. Thos. Owen, 54.–Mr. Middlesex militia.
Sam. Lightburne, 77. At Ewell, Rich. Carpenter Smith, esq. 75.
At Rugby, Mr. Richardson, sen. At Peckham, Thos. Bennett, esq. of Fish
At Ansley, Mrs. Orinn, 05. street-hill, London.
At Albers:one, Mrs. Choyce, 87.-Mr. At Camberwell, Elizabeth, only daughter John Fisher, near 34 years master of the of the late Rev. Wheler Bunce, vicar of St.
Free Grammar School of that town. Clement's, Sandwich, 38.- Mr. Thomas
WBSTMORELAND. Robinson, who in April last attained the
Diell.] At Kirkland, near Kendal, Mrs. great age of 107 years He was a native of Sarah Walker, 78.-Mr. Wm. Rawsthorne, Norfolk, but spent the greatest part of his 89.-Margaret Bowness, 83. life in the ciiy of London. He was near
At Kendal, Mr. John Jordan, 29.-Mrs. half a century beadle of London Bridge, but
Scales.--Mr. Jonathan Robinson, many was liberally suspended the last ten years of years teacher of writing and mathematics, his life, and enjoyed his faculties to the last
59.-Jane, wife of Mr. Mich. Carradus, 6s. He was regular in his diet and
- Mr. Jas. Harrison, 78.-Margarer, wife manners, and rather abstemious; and al.
of Mr. Fras. Webster, architect. 46.---Mary, though he married at an advanced age, he
wife of Mr. Thos. Busher,--Mrs. Eliz. lived to see a numerous progeny of great Gibson, 80.--Ms. A. Bowness, 89. grand children,
Married.) At Brighton, Mr. H. Blaker, A Savings' Bank has been established at surgeon, to Sarah Arabella, only daughter of Salisbury. Deposits of not less than 18. will John Mills, esq.
be received, but no interest allowed on any At Mayfield, Chas. Henry Strode, esq. of
sum less than 12s. 6d. at the rate of 4 per Frant, to Ruth, third daughter of the late Rev. John Kerby.
Birth.) At Corsham House, Lady Edw. Died.] At Brighton, Mr. Thomas Kaye, OʻBryen. of a daughter. musician, 94. He was an excellent per Died] At Warminster, Fanny, selict of formes on the French horn, and formerly John Maskelyn, gent. 74 – The Rev. Dr. engaged in the opera band and principal con Griffith, head master of the Grammar certs, but has latterly subsisted upon the an
School and rector of Little Elms, Soinerset. nuity granted him from the Royal Society of At Sherrington, the wife of Mr. Thos. Musicians, of which he was one of the oldest Alford, 36. members. The Rev. Thos. Coxe, vicar of At Chippenham, Mi. W Gale. Badby, Northamptonshire.
At Bishopstrow, Wm. Hinton, esq. 78.
Worcestershire-York-Wales--British Colonies. (March 1,
At Froxfield, Rebecca, relict of the Rev. Sportsman's Vade Mecum, &c. and many Griffith Lloyd, curate of Wanstead, Essex. years compiler of the racing departments
At Fyfield, Thomas, son of M. D. Bland- in the York papers; his knowledge of ford, esq. of Salisbury,
the pecligrees of horses being perhaps unAt Salisbury, George Maton, esq. one of equalled by that of any other person in the the magistrates, and many years chamber- kingdom. Jain of that city, 51.-Mr. Edward Humph- At Leeds, suddenly, John Clayton, esq. of reys, 07.-Mrs. Ray, mother of Mr. R. of Bank House, Pudsey.- Mr. Wm. Worse. the Mitre Inn.
wick.- Mr, Museley, 63. At Bradford, Mr. John Renison, 70.
At Doncaster, Mi, R. Hodgson, dissenting At Devizes, Mrs. Noyes.- Mr. Brackston. minister, 81.
At Bradford, Mr. Isaac Wilson, 40 years At a meeting held at Worcester for the clerk of the Court of Requests for Halifax purpose of deliberating on the propriety of and Bradford, 70. instituting an Agricultural Society, Viscount At Richmond, the Rev. Francis BlackElmley, having taken the chair, briefly stated, burne, Vicar of Brignall, which living he held" that the meeting was called at the suggestion
He was the eldest son of the of many gentlemen who were cf opinion late Archdeacon Blackburne, from wham he that this was far behind many of the neigh- inherited that love of liberty, civil and relibouring counties in the science of agricul- gious, for which he was so much distinture, and in those mojern improvements that guished. He published, in 1804, the col. had not only been found beneficial to the lected works of kis venerable parent, with farming interest, but to the increase of the : some account of his Life and Writings, in arts, manufactures, and commerce. It had seven 8vo). volumes. been apprehended by some persons that these Ac Armistead, near Settle, John Foster, institutions did no good to the country, but the contrary was the fact, which had alrcarly
WALES. been proved in innumerable instances; and Dird] The Rev. Evan Ellis, vicar of as the meeting was arowedly convened for Llandrillo in Rhos in the diocese of St. this purpose only, he trusted it would have Asaph, and Llanfair in that of Bangor, 87. the support of the whole agricultural inte. At Llandilo, Carmarthen, Thos. Evans, rest. His lordship then proposed that the esq. coroner for the upper district of that sociely to be established be named, “The county. Worcestershire Society for the Encou- Ai Penrhos, Lady Stanley, widow of Sir pagement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufac. John Thos. S, bart. of Alderley, 73. tures, and Commerce." This proposition Ai Peurheol, Carmarthen, John Howell, was seconded by Lord Foley, and unani- esq.a magistrale for the counties of Carmarmously adopted by the assembly.
then and Pembroke, 63. Alarned.] At Bromsgrove, Mr. Jos. Tid- At Perthybellan, Carmarthen, Thomas marsh, of Beckford, Gloucestershire, to Miss Saunders, esq. 87. Ford.
At Shipston-on-Stour, Mr. Wm. Joy, of Died.] Ai Halifax, in Nova Scotia, on the Oxford, io Miss Coliurne.
28th of November, 1815, after a short illDied.] At Hill, in the parish of Ombers- ness, the Honourable Foster HUTCHINSON, ley, Mr. Abr. Whitey. 75.
a member of his Majesty's council of that Ai Worcester, Theodore, only son of Min province, and one of the justices of the suStretch.
preme Court, 54. “ We cannot announce At Pedmore Park, Jos. Owen, esq. this melancholy event to the public,” says YORK'SMIRE.
the editor of the Halifax newspaper, Birth.) At Branıham Biggin, the lady of our expressing our share in the general sorthe Hon. Edw. Stourton, of a daughter. row it must excite. To his relatives and
Married.] Al Otley, Mr. Wm. Holis. friends we verture not at present to offer worth, of Wakefield, to Mary, eldest daugh- consolation-to them it is unnecessary to ter of Thos. Gill, eq. of Baildon.
enumerate his virtues--the poignancy of At Kildwick, Mr Benj. Hallam, of Stee- their griet but too well proves how well thcy ton, to Grace, second daughter of Joshua know and how justly they estimated them. Wood!, esq. of Bank House, near the larier But as an abie and upright member of the leplace.
gislature of this province, as an independent Died.] At Hull, Mr. John Raisheck, up and constitutional adviser of his Majesty's wards of 60 years in the service of the Cuse representative, as a bright omament of that toms at this place, 96.—Mrs. Mary Pantry, benchon which he displayed profound know85.- Mr. j. Akan Crowther, 29.-Thos. ledge, sound judgment, and inflexible inteMilleton, esq. 62.-Elizabeth, wife of Capt. grity, every inhabitant of Nova Scotia has in J. Lambert, :35.
his death sustained a loss, and all who respect Ar York, Mrs. Bealby, relict of Rich. B. public and private worth will decply lament 861.t. $4.-Mr. Wm. Pick, printer and pub- that so large a portion of them has departed lister of the Racing Calendar, Turt Register, from us.
AGRICULTURAL REPORT. THE severe frost in the early part of the last month, has greatly facilitated the seasonable pursuits of agriculture, giving the earth a solid surface to bear the wheels of the carts and tambrils, so indispensably necessary for conveying the vivifying principle to recruit the soil. This seasonable weather, from its cccurring so late in the winter, has made it a busy month with the improving farmer.
The young wheats have suffered in some exposed situations, where the soil has been blown from the roots. The early sown breadths are not so liable to this affection, as the flag is stronger and niore matted, which tends greatly to preserve the roots, not only by warding off the chilling blasts, but hy retaining the svil which is pulverized by the frost-the wheat plant being of a harily nature, and seldom injured in a northern aspect in our climate, except from frosty nights and windy days. The liability of such a season renders the practice of late sowing upon tenacious soils doubly hazardous.
The frost has prevented the early commencement of spring-sowing, but it will render the soil filter to receive the seed.
The soiling crops, from the growing weather at the fall of the year, have a promising appearance. The turnip crop, and all the brassica tribe, except the Swedes, have suffered much; and if the spring should be late and cold, great and heavy demands will be made upon the farm-yard to support the stock until the soiling crops are ready.
CORN EXCHANGE, FEB. 23-Wheat, 40s. 10 675.---Rye, 235. to 319.-Barley, 205. to 255.-Malt, sos. to 615.-Oats, 14s. to 268. -Flour, Fine, 50s, to 555.; Seconds, 455. to 50$.
SMITHFIELD MARKET, FEB. 23.-Beef, 48. od. to 58. od.--Mutton, 4s. od. to 5s, od. - Veal, 45, 4d. to 6s. od.-Pork, 45. od. to 55, 4d. per stone of 8 lbs.
Hay, 31. to 41. 155.--Straw, il. 108. od. to il, 165.--Clover, 41. to 61. 5s.
Hops, New Pockets. -Kent, 51. 125. to 101.--Sussex, sl. 6s. tu 8l. 85.-Essex, 71. to 101. os.-Farnham, 111. to 161.
Averuge Prices of Corn,
February 17, 1816.
Wheat. Rye. Barley. Oats. s. d. s. d S. d. s.
8. d. s. d. s. d. 8. 1st Essex, 58 910 0122 4181 0 Middlesex, 159 2
160 0130 02 -- Sussex, 160 8 022 1 Hertford, 500 430
5o10 2d Suffolk, 58 318 5 Bedford. 54
21 619 2 3d Norfolk,
+17 4th Lincoln, 53
6 York, 51 9 817 7 Leicester, 62 810
419 5th Durham, 152 3 38
818 10 Nottingham, 58 4 35 097 -- Northuinh, 50 802 821 11 17
21 5100 8
018 8 --- Chester, 59 7 30 0 20 2
58 831 0128 11 19 0 8th Flint,
60 10 27 222 4 Denbigh, 51 4
25 11/17 7
124 1021 0
91 123 9/22 o --- Carnarvon, 160 81
1021 gth Cardigan, 59 0
5119 8 Pembroke, 17 7
7 10 8
25 4 16 o 10th Gloucester, 55 101
65 Si 0
AVERAGE OF ENGLAND AND
| 56 61 33 4 | 34 8 | 18 5 Cornwall, 163 11
8.15 0 19th Dorset,
93 ομο 0 Hants, 159 8
184 COMMERCIAL REPORT.
(March 1, price for Home Board a Britik
Consumption, Ship for Er.
Duty paid. portation. SUGAR-Double refined loaves
165 a 170 100 a 115 Hambro and Turkey do.
137 a 125
81a 94 Single and powier loaves
126 a 186 78 2 02 Good and fine lumps
Muscovado sugars paya duty of
127 a 134
80 à 89 Brown and middling do.
30s. per cwt. and clayed 35s. per
120 a 124 74 a 81 Crushed lumps cwt. for refining or hoine con
80 a 76 Brown Candy sumption; and for exportation
1614 12 a 130 Molasses the refined receive a bounty, and
28 a 273 Moscovadoes-Fine Jamaica
the raw and clayed a drawback
86 a 945
60 a 70 Good do, of other islands
equal to the full daty paid for 86 а 90 58 a 64 Brown and middling home consuinption.
76 a 86
50 a 59 Fine clayed
112 a 130 82 a 06 East India--White and finc
90 a 105
60 a 76 Brown and yeHow
75 a 80 44 a 56 Havannah--Fine white
80 a 90 These are only imported for re. Brown and yellow
62 a 76 exportation. Being whe growth Brazil--White and fine of foreign plantations, they are
68 a 78 Brown and yellow subject to such heavy duties as
50 a 60 COFFEE--St. Domingo, mid. & fine are equal to a prohibition for
64 a 70 Do. ordinary and good home consumption.
602 62 Porto Rico, Havannah, and Brazil
65 a 60 Cheribon, Java, and Bourbon
1025. 8d. per cwt.
65 280 Mucha
110 a 105 Demerara, Dominica, &c. fine
94 ago Do ordinary, middling, and good
62 2 80 Jamaica, fine
96 a 90 Do. ordinary, middling, and good
56 a 80 RUM-Jamaica
115.7d. per gall.
38 Ad a 4s 4d Other Islands
2 10 a 3 2 PIMENTO
10 a 100 PEPPER-Company's black
9 a 98 Privilege and light do.
84 a 9 TOBACCO--Fine Virginia
10 a 17 Do. Maryland
9 2 16 Ordinary qualities
sa 7 WINE-Port
461 a 50! Sherry 481. os.
30 a 60 Madeira 421, 5s.
30 a 70 1.isbon 521, 108.
50 a 55 Spanish red 481. os.
10 2 15 Claret
a 10l RICE-Carolina
20s. per cwt.
27 a 28 East India
20 a 22 COTTON WOOL-Permambucco
28 3da 2s 3d Maranham and Bahia 85. 7d. per 100 lbs.
o a 1 11 West India, Demerara, &c. imported in Bri
2 1 2 2 3 Fine Sea Island tish, Portuguese, or
2 7 a 2 4 New Orleans American ships, and
16 a 18 Bowed Georgia 238. 6d, in others.
17 Bengal, Surat, and Smyrna
3 4 a 3 6 Mace
8 ба 10 о Cinnamon
11 6 a 13 3 Nutmegs
6 0 a 64 Cassia
141a 151 TEA--Bohea and common Congou
Is oda 2s 10 Congou middling and good
2 9 a 3 5 Souchong do. 06 per cent. on the
3 4 a 3 10 Twankay salc price.
3 2 a 3 Hyson Skin or Bloom
13 2 a 4 6 Hyson good and fine
4 a 5 11 TALLOW-St. Petersbgh yel.Candle
pel cwt. 545 535 Do. White and Soap do.
imported in a British
50 51 : South American
ship, and 3s. 1 d. For.
54 53 HEMP-Riga, Rhine, & St. Peters- gl. 25. 1d. BS per ton 441 43 342 a 351 bugh clean & Half clean&outshot lol. 5s. 10d. FS
42 40 38 a 31 Flax PDR. and PTR.
73. 11d. BS
76 78 70 a 78 St. Pctersberg 19 Head
113, 10d, SF
65 04 8 65
en The whole of these articles are generally sold by the merchants at the exportation prices, and
when intended for home consumption the buyers pay the duties affixed, which allded to the exportation price gives the price for home consumption.
285 Commerce still continues in a very languid state. A continued extensive weekly list of Baukrupts causes a general want of confidence to prevail amongst all classes of the coinmercial community throughout the country, and to the confined and superficial calculator, produces a gloom and despondency, that tends to forbode the speedy and more rapid decline of credit in general: but, however, much the present depression is to be regretted, it is certainly no more than the common effeci resulting from the sudden and almost instantancous transition from a state of the most severely and extensively proscribed intercourse, to the most liberal and unconfined. At such a period it was impossible to guard against too sanguine expectations, or miscalculations : but so far from considering commerce in a declining state, we ex. press with confidence, that every article of inerchandize is meeting with a gradual and progressive increase of consumption, and consequently commerce must be considered in a state of gradual advancement, to the best interests of all concerned in its pursuit. The present einbarrassments result entirely from that irrational extent of speculation, which a sudden change of a political systein is calculated to produce; but this evil will vecessarily effect its own cure : and as every part of the civilized world now enjoys the prospect of peace and security, a more extensive interchange of the productions and cominodities of the different parts of the globe will necessarily ensue: and Great Britain, as possessing the inost ample means in every point of view, and the most extensive credit, cannot fail to enjoy her full proportion of the prosperity that awaits the commercial world at large.
Iii foreign produce, with the exception of Coffee, no material alteration in price has taken place since our last. Sugars have fully supported their prices, and, for the season of the year, the sales have been considerable: but Coffee, owing to the large quantities brought to sale by the East India Company, has yielded to a further depression of 6s. to 8s. per cwt.; and as the supply is very abundant, which indeed may be said of almost every article of merchandize, still lower prices may be anticipated.
The article which at present bears a price disproportionately high to any oiber, is Tobacco, which may be considered at nearly three times its fair growing value, and must consequently experience a rapid decline. Cottons are also still considerably above their intrinsic value, which will necessarily induce a very extended cultivation, and cause the price to find its proper level, which may be considered about one-third below the present rates. The demand for this article throughout the past month has been considerable; which implies that the manufacturing iitterest is not without a prospect of a continued demand for manufactured goods.
Tallow has yielded to a further decline in price, of 3s. to 45. per cwt. ; whilst all other kinds of Baltic produce remain without buyers, at the last month's noroinal value.
The Exchanges have experienced a further gradual approximation to the intrinsic value of specie, and still indicate a further advancement to that effect. The funds have continued without any variation deserving of notice.
same plnce as the bankrupt. The Solicitors' names are between Parentheses. ABURROW W. East Moon, Hants, grocer. (Os. Audus S. Beverley, butcher. (Hall & Campbell. baldeston, London street.
Arblaster J. Litchfield, viclualler. (Bood, Lei. Adums 1. Preston-Bagot, Warwick, coal
Ashley W. Goswell-street, laceman. (Allan,
Ayre J. Suoderland, victualler. (Willis, Gateshead,
Balls A. Hare street, innholder. (Hughes, Temple. Aduam W. Midgbam, farmer. (Barfield, Thatch Barnett A. Brond-street, Bloomsbury, glass-iuerhani.
chant. (Abraham, Jewry str. Aldgale. Alcock S. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, braslı-manufac. Barreti T. Upper Gcorge-st: eet, Mary.le-Bone, timturer. (Donkin.
bermerchant. (Hanition, Berwick-streets Allen J. Woodside, pill-box maker. (Cranke, Bates w. & W. Joves, Bridguoith, tankers, Ulverston.
(Whateley & Soa. Alleu T. jun. Great Stanmore, baker.
Balty J. Leeds, grocer. (Granger.
Baylis G. Stapleton, dealer. (Strickland, Bristol,
chanti. (Kearsey & Spurr, Bishopsgate-str. biusou & Hine, Charter House square. New MONTOLY MAG.--No. 20.