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Ac Pluckley, che Rev. William Disney, time of the breaking out of the American D.D. near 30 years rector of that purih: rich war, pofleired of great property in the proe in good works, and highly beloved and res vince of New England, which he leii on aca fpected by every relative connection. He was count of his loyalty ; he afterwards went to formerly Fellow of l'rin ty College, B. A. the East Indies, with Colonel H. Wation, 1753, M A. 1756, B.D 1768, D.D. 1789. and planned and directed the crection of che

At Wateringbury, Mr Richard Crow, fen. famous rocks at Bengal. He had, as he used

At Farmingham, the Rer. ohn Saunders, frequently to say, "leen a great deal of the vicu of that parish, and also of Newington, world, and had learned to be content with a next Sittingbourn, and one of the six preach- very little of it.” ers of Canterbury cathedral.

AC Jekletham, Mr. Cooper, a wealthy A: Woolwich, Colonel Moorsom, of the yeoman. royal marines.

At Lewes, Mr. Richard Smith, 64. At Tente den, Mrs. Norton, 86.-Mrs. At Chickener, John Diggins, ciq. banker. Standing.

At Rurizwick, Michael Harmes, ela. At Bore's Me, near Tenterden, Mrs. Cha At Pleydon Barracks, Mrs. Webber, wife lender, 84.

of Quarter matier Terjeant w. of the first At Rhester, Mrs. Wilson, widow of Somerietshire militia. formerly commander of the commis At Salt Hill, near Chichester, Mrs. Dur. Loner's yachi at Chatham.

ray, wife of John M. eiq. a justice of the At Chatham, Mrs. Runts, Mrs Matthews. peace for that city. At Dover, Mrs. Brown.-Mr. Sandford

HAMPSHIRE." Mr. James Graveper, 78.

Married.] Licut Wickham, commander of At Gillingham, Mrs. Roby, wife of Capt. the Hearty, to Miss Rice, daughter of the R. of the royal navy.

late Capt. R. of the navy. At Sheerness, Mrs. Coleman, wife of Mr. W. Butler, esq. of Havant, to Miss HarC. surgeon.

field, of Thorney.

At Alverstoke, Mr W. Slade, of the royal The commodious ciapel, 'in St. Mary's nayy, to Miss S. White, daughter of the late Lane, in Lewes, which has for several years Capt. W. or Arundel. patt been used as a warehouse for woul, and Died.) At Steep-hill, Ile of Wight, M:. Cther purposes of trade, has been opened by a John Wight, eldest fun of John W. csq. of fed of diileumss denominated Armenians. Guild ord Lewes has now just the same number of dif At Southampton, Mrs Sutherland, relict fenting congregations is parish churches, of James S. ele judge of the high court of Damely leven of each!

admiralty at Minorca. The charity schoo!, founded by John Leach, At Portimouth. in his 29th year, Mr. Wire efq. at Seaford, for the education of poor ren, of the theatre. He was an arror of great children, after the method ad ipted and pure general merit and utility; and, in the whole Sued with lo much fuccess by Mr. Lancaiter, line of itrong comic purts has not left his has been opened, and 50 candidates bave been superior. in private life, he was much readmitted. Mr Lancaster was brimself present, Bedies for the propriety of his conduci, and and after explaining the nature of his plan, for his mudest and courteous demeanour.clearly pointed out the advantages which must Mrs. Smith.--Nr. Reed, wi the Dock-yard. retult from its general adoption. The fchool -Mr. William Pine, an eminent alronomer, room has been lately ere&tea at the expence 69.-Mrs. Shier. of Mr. Leach, and is sufficiently large for the At Wincherler, Mrs Dulanoe, widow of ecin.modation of more than 100 children. Juhn Baptist D. Gifter to Colonel Harnage and

Died.] At Caresfield, Mrs. O'Bryen, wife Lady Neagle. of RexAdmiral O'B.

ac Chicheiter, Lady Viscountess Lifford, Married.) At Caine, Mr. Hall, of London, 75. She was the second wife of Jaines the to Miss Greenwood, youngest daughter of the late viscount, lord chancellor of Ireland, and Rev. Thomas G. vicar of Calne. muther to Lieutenant-General Hewirt. She Walter Coleman, el. of Kingston Langley, was the daugheer of the Rev. Charles Bayly, late captain in the county militia, to Miss of Knavettock, Effex. Being always of a Athe, only daughter of Robert A. esq. of reured disposition, and preferring the happi. Langley-house. ness of a domestic circle to the glare of public At Wurmilter, Mr. Evans, to Mile Marsh, Iue, the has, fince the death of her beloved only daughter oi Thomas M. esq. Jord and her two daughters, lived in the closet L'ed.] At Donhead-hall, Architald-Ed. retirement

ward, the youngest fon o John Gorjon, ela. At West Burton, Mr. Clement Bishop. At Ol Park, Mr. William Elderige, of

At Buckswood Copre, near Crawley, Mr. Abington, Berks. James Creally, civil engineer, 66. He was At Calle-house, Calne, George Rooke, very emiocnt in his profeffion, particularly esq. formerly captain in the och or Ianilkillen for his skill in embanking and recovering dragoons. lands trom the sea. Mr. Creally was, at the At Malmsbury, Miss Amelia Player.




At Eastwell, near Devizes, the Rev. Wal. Mrs. Beauchamp Cooper.-W. Long, efq. of ter Hunt Grubbe.

Cafle-cary, to Miss Oliver, only daughter of At Corsham, the Rev. Charles Page, rector the late Samuel O. esq. -Capt. Northey, of of Littleton Drew and of Biddestone, 72. his Majesty's navy, to Miss Whitby, eldelt

At Chippenham, Mrs. Arnold, relict of daughter of the Rev. Thomas W. of Creswell. Henry A. esq.

'hall, Staffordihire. At Devizes, Miss S. Muffelwhite, second At Bristol, Mr. T. Rich, jun. fargeon, to daughter of Mr. M. 18 - Miss Lewis. - Mr. Mrs. W. Rich.-John Peart, esq. of Jamaica, Everits.

to Miss Elizabeth Hobbs, daughter of William At Warminster, Mr. Langley, of the An- H. esq. of Wickwar, Gloucestershire. chor Inn.

At Clifton, Jobn Coulson, efq. to Miss At Westbury, Mr. James Tayler, 87. Lane, eldest daughter of the late Thomas L.

The Rev. Samuel Arhe, late rector of esq. of Farley Castle. Langley Burrell.

Died.] At Bath, Mrs. Purbecka Langham,

grand-daughter of Sir John L. bart.-Charles Married ) Mr. Young, apothecary, of Lomax, esq.-Herman Katenkamp, esq. who Henley, co Miss Haskins, daughter of J. H. formerly served his Majesty in the capacity of efq. of Newbury.

consul-general in Sicily, Malta, a.ed Spain, At East Hanney, Charles Dewe, esq. to with honour to himself and benefit to the Miss Dormer.

country.--Mrs. Taylor -Mrs. St John, wife Died.] At Sunninghill, the Rev. Robert of Sir Andrew St. j. 30.-Mrs. Collison, wife Thistlethwaite, vicar of that parish, and for- of Mr. Henry C. 25.-Within an hour of merly of St. John's, Cambridge, B.A. 1752, each other, aged 5 years, the amiablc ewin M.A. 1754. He had poffeffed the living up. daughters of Bigot Armstrong, esq.-Mrs. wards of 58 years, and had not absented him- Spry, relia of John S. erg. 85.-William felt' from his parish the fanie number of Sun- Wilson, esq. 70. days in that long space of time. During the At Taunton, the Rev W. Prowse, only foa whole of his useful life, he was a complete of the late Rev. Mr. P. rector of Camerton. illustration of the exémplary parish ciergy At Mineliead, Mrs. Baker, reli&t of Capt. man; and his truly pious and cheerful dispo. Richard B. fition endeared him to all ranks of his pa At Glastonbury, aged 91, John Gibbs, forrishioners. Among other legacies he has be- merly ferjcant-major in the 8th regiment of queathed 5001. towards the enlargement of foot. He highly diftinguished himself in the the church at Sunninghill, and 1001. for the battle of Dettingen, and on other memorable augmentation of a charity already etablished occafions. After his return to his native for the fick and poor in the lame parish.

country, he was engaged to train the Somerset At Thatcham, Mrs. Winbolt, 75. militia, in which he continued 30 years, and

At Frilsham, Miss Elizabeth Gregory, the on quitting it obtained an honorary medal as elder of two lifters of that nane, whose ge: a reward of merit. He never experienced a nius and untaught proficiency in the art of day's illness. drawing had attracted the notice and patron At Runnington, near Wellington, William age of the opulent in more diftant places, as Shattock, esq. well as in the vicinity of their native spot. At the rectory house, Arington, Mrs. Eliz. Their first efforts were made under circum- Wathen, reli&t of Samuel Wachen, i.D. 16. fances unusually depressing, and with the At 'Walton, Mrs. Preston, relict of Capt. rudeft materials. With the fruits of their Thomas P. of the Middlesex militia. labours they have long supported an aged and At Clifton, Elizabeth, Dowager Countels widowed mother, and have been remarkable of Mayo, reliet of his Grace the late Archfor fimplicity and innocence of life. The fur- bishop of Tuam, and Earl of Maya. This lady: viving fifter has lately attempted miniature. was Mils Meade, daughter to the late Lady painting wich considerable success; but in the Cavendish, and fifter to the late Earl of Clandelineation of flowers from nature they prin- william.-Miss Augufta Hicks, second daugtcipally excelled. Seldom have these inimita. ter of the late Dr. George H.-Mrs. Vastull. ble works of the divine hand been represented reliet of John V. esq. mother of Lieutenantby a more faithful or delicate pencil than colonel V. who gloriously fell at the forming theirs.

of Monte Video. Her daughter, Mrs. Archer, SOMERSETSHIRE.

died in her house only a few weeks beiore The foundation-ftone of an intended build- and the only child of Mrs. A. died in the being, to be called “The Crescent," has been ginning of the spring. laid in Paul's field, adjoining the towa of At Bristol, Mr. Whitteek, 80.-Mes TurTaunton, in the presence of an immense num- kington, wie of Capt r. of the royal ma. ber of perfors. The scheme is calculated to rines

---Munge Forbes, esq. late of Jamaica add greatly to the ornament, relpectability, John, the only son of the late Capt. Ifudand advantage of that place.

Andrew Dzubeney, efq. Married. At Bath, Mr Mayor, book At Hambrook, the Rev. Samuel Thors feller, to Mrs. Forster, only daughter of Joleph many yenta minister of the diffeating cangre Halc, efq.-E. Morgan, efq. of Brecon, to gation at Frenchay.





At Cornbridge, Mr. Thomas Lewis, ato Married.] At Castleton, Daniel Bislett, torney, 81. erg. lieutenant in the royal artillery, to Miss At Scaly Ham, Pembrokeshire, Thomas H. Hoddinott, of Sherborne.

Tucker, ela. Died ] At Nether Compton, Mr. Thomas At Crackenwen, Mrs. Rogers, wife of Wil. Fever, 70.

liam R. erg. At Folke, Mrs. Webster, mother of Alex. Cuuningham, ela of that place.

Married.], At Edinburgh, Roger Aytoun, DEVONSHIRE.

esg writer to the fignet, to Miss Joan Keir, Married.] Mr. J. Kingdon, attorney, of daughter of the late James Keir, eiq. of KinLympítone, to Miss Jane Spurway. youngest mouth.-Patrick Sanderson, esq to Miss Hedaughter of Mr. Spurway, of Colyton. len Christie, daughter of the late Archi ald

At Salcombe, Mr. Charles Layton, of Christie, esq. Jate o! Ratho - James Nairne, London, merchant, to Miss Matilda Bryett, efq. writer to the signet, to Miss Hill, daughdaughter of the Rev. Mr. B. vicar of Sale ter of the late Dr. John H. Profeffor of Hu. combe.

manity in the University of Edinburgh. At Tiverton, John Ritso, esq. to Miss C. Died.) At Edinburgh, Sir J. Ramsay, of BalBoyce.

main, bart. He is fucceeded in his title by his Died ] At Sidmouth, Francis, the fifth son only brother, Capt T. R.-Vice-admiral of the late Robert Dyneley, esq. of Bloomf- John Inglis, of Auclindinny, who commanded bury-square, London, 22

the Belliqueux in the battle of Camperdown, • At Langdon-hall, C. H. E. Calmady, esq. and greatly distinguished himself on that ocan admiral of the blue squadron of his Ma- cafon.-Dr. John Gardener member of the jesty's navy,

Royal College of Physicians, 80.- Lady Lock At Drewiteignton, William Ponsford, gent. hart.- Mrs. Cochrane Stuart, fister to the At Wafhfordpine, Mrs. Agnes Lambe, 88. late Sir John

S. of Alanhank, bart.-Joseph At Stonehouse Barracks, Lieut-colonel French, Efq. 73. Smith, one of the field-officers of the Ply At Cairnborrow, James Stewart, efq.—86. tavuth division of royal marines.

At Kilbare han Robert Stevenson, 100. He At Cleyludon, -- Farrant, efq. captain had no complaint till a few hours before he of the firé troop of cavalry in the Eat Devon died. legion.

At Caroline Park, Mifs Ann Cockburn, At Exeter, Henry Seymour, efq. - Mrs. daughter of the Hon. Mr. Baron C. Pearce, widow of Thomas P. elg.

At Perth, the Rev. George Fraser, minirAt Heavitree, in his 76th year, the Rev. ter of Monedie, in the 86th year of his age, and George Moore, A. M. vicar of that parish, 40th of his ministry. canon residenciary of St. Peter's, Exeter, and At Aberdeen, Mrs Mary Robertson, wife archdeacon of Cornwall.

of the Rt. Rev. Bp. Skinner, of Aberdeen. CORNWALL

At Greenhall, Theophilus Ogilvie, of Died.)- At Totnes, Mrs. Elizabeth Cockey, Achlunies, efy. many years collector of culwife of Mr. William C. 93.

toms at Aberdeen At Liskeard, Mrs. Borlale, wife of George

IRELAND. B. esq. of Wadebridge, and eldert filter of Married.] In Dublin, Hans Hamilton, Henry Peter, of Harlyn, ela.

efq, M. P. for the county of Dublin, to Miss At Travales, Miss Anna Maria Reed, niece Ann Mitchell, daughter of H. Hugh M. efq. of Thomas R. efq.

Died.] In Dublin, the Hon. Mrs. Forward, At Mawaan, the Rev. Philip Webber, wife of the Hon. William F. second ton of rector of that place. He served for many the late Countess of Wicklow. Mrs. F. was years the office of mayor and alderman of niece to the late Earl of Charlemont. Falmouth, and was one of the justices of the At her mother's houft, Vilcountess Longpeace for the county.

ford, Mrs. Hamilton, of Brown Hall, county At St. Ives, J. Stephens, efq. collector of or Donegal,--Huling Hughes, ely, inspector the customs at that port

of franks in the General Port office. --Miss

O Grady, daughter of the Rt. Hon. the chief Married.] At Landalf Cathedral, Sir Ro- Baron. bert Lynebe Bloste, bart. of Gabalva, to Miss At Marino, near Dublin, the Countess Dow

Charlotte Richards, fifter of John R. elp of ager of Charlemont, mother of the present earl. Landaff Court, Glamorganshire.

At Millinger, James Murray, esq. civil At Llandilo, Carmarthenthire, Mr. Wil engineer of the Royal Canal, Dublin, who liam Jones, of Llangadock, aged 94, to Mrs. has left no fuperior ia nis profefion, and few M. Griffiths, 84, with a handfome fortune. equals as a private gentleman.

At Llanchan, Denbighilaire, Simon Yorke, At Bearbaven, Florence O'Sulivan, et esqof Erthig, to Miss Holland, second daugh- aged 111 years. He was born in the reign of ter of John H. esq of Teyrdan,

King Will arn, in the year 1096, and retained Did] At Swansea, Edward Elton, efq. his light, hearing, and the use of his faculties late of Burley-hill.-Mrs. Berrington, wife to the last moment. For the last fifty years of Jenkin Davies B. efq, 94.

he lived chicfy on fith, of which he was re. soxtale Mag., No. 156.




chat county.


markably fond, particularly maiden teran and corporal in the same company, hilHe was a man of generous, tender feelings, led in 1782; there is another, who still serves and is greatly lamented by 21.5 nephews, and will honour. In 1787, his regionert was 05 nieces.

dered v march to the coast, to embark; he At Ballyhaise, in the county of Cavan, periormed the whole march on foot; saying, Ralph Harman, esq. many years treasurer of that as he never travelled in a cirriage, he

would not commence then. On tie ich if

November, 1787, he was presented tu the At Antigua, General Vandeleur.

king and royal family; he was tiren ordered In Grenada, Samuel Olborne Gibbcs, erg. a pention of 300 franks yearly, 200 of which youngest son of Sir Philip G. and receiver of were to revert to his wie in cale o, his deatli, confiscated property in that isand.

and on her decerl, 100 franks to each o his At Tours, in France, lean Thurel, aged child en For some years he has ived as a 108; he was a Member of the Legion of Ho veteran at Tou's. Buonap irte preic.ord in nour, was burn at Orain, in Burgundy, in 1699, with the Eagle of the Legion of Honor, and entered the regiment of Touraine the 17th of a pentin of 1200 franks. On the removal September, 1716, and served without inter of the ashes of General Monnier, ne u 23 ona ruprion for the space of 92 years. He re of the four commiffarics named for t'at ceceived a musket-ball in the neck at the fiege remony, and was then appointed, as the of Kehl, in 1733, and seven fabre wounds, oldest Coldier in Europe. To the moment of fx of which were observable on his head at his death, he prelerved his funtes and judz. the battle of Minden, in 1759. He had three ment; and until his last lineis, which is des brothers killed at Fontenoy, and a con, a ve but for a few days, he enjoyed good neasti.



MONTIILY COMMERCIAL REPORT. IT is with great pleasure we announce the arrival of a valuable Eat India feet, confiting of

Sixteen sail, together with eleven whalers, under convoy of the Samplon tuan of war. They left St. Helena the 1st of February; our next will probably give some particulars of their cargoes, &c. &c. We regret to find that the Adamunt's convoy out lo India, has arrived at a very bad market, being overstocked with all kinds of European merchandize, consequently the souls sent out by this Aleet must leave a considerable lors to the proprietors.

The safe arrival of the homeward-bound Jamaica fleet just now has brought a large quan. tity of sugars into our market, notithstanding which the article has told at is. percwt, higher than last month, and the public sales have been very conliderable, as between the 17th und 28th the following goods were sold, viz.

Héds. Tri. Bi's, By Messrs. Coles and Sun.

911 Blache, and Co...

1338 161, and Co.

493 Tyers, Dunkley, and Co.

6.31 27 W. Anderson

326 W. Broadhurst.

118 S. Dixon..

156 15 J. Nichols...

154 making together 4280 hogsheads, 4.56 tierces and 115 barrels of British plantation logas, which fold from 56s. up to 70s. 6d. per cut, according to quality, the principal part of which was Jamaica's, the remainder Surinam, Trinidad, Denierary, &c. &c. The average price of fugars (in the London Gazette) ending the 15th inst, was :36. 41. per cwt. exclusive of the duty of Customis paid or payable thereon, on the importation thereof iso Great Britain. The quantity of West India coffee fold between the 17th and 23th was. 1034 hogsheads, 99 barrels, and 4935 bags, from 51. to 71. 25. 60. per cwt. This article has lowered in price ocurly.. per cwt. fince our laft, no doubt owing to the want of an exportation to the northera ports of Europe, those being the principal markets for botlı our lugars and coffee. The fales or Welt India cotton continues extremely fat; some few bags of Demerary cotton sold from lista to 15. 914 per lb. Bernice 1s. 63. to 1s. 1011. per lb. Surinans, 1s. 84. tu ?s. per Ib. Bisa hamas at 1s. 543. to 1s. 1041. per lb.

1600 chests of Indigo were told by the East India Company (private trade) from a to 11s. 9d. per lb. The quality remarkably fine of the latter.

The American government having refused to ratify the treaty lately made wit's this otatry, has already caused a rise of full 10s, per cwt. in the articles of American pearl and put athes, and most likely will have the same effect on all the produce of that country; we luwe ever hope the existing differences will be foon settled to our mutual fatia a&tion. Foreign ba1 ley has advanced from 3s. to 4s. per quarter; peale have lowered 195, per quarter; flour tion 25. to 3s, per lack; foreign and Englith clover feed; 3s. per cwt. 44 alio bus linfecta,


By a statement delivered to the House of Commons, pursuant to order, the amount of Bank of England nutes, of 51 each and upwards, was as follows: On the 11 May, 1806

4.12,722,060 On the 1it August

12,993,550 On the 1st November

12,314,900 On the 114 February, 1807.

12,333,4:30 befides nearly four millions and a half, at each of those periods, of notes of ?) and 11. each.

The total amount of the exemptions granted to foreigners holding property in our Tunds, amounts, for the last triree quertcrs, to orly 63,00).

The African slave trade being happily at an end, the merchants in London and at Liverpool are ufing their utmost exertions to disputeh veltels out to the coast for their last cargoes thence, wh ch they expect will attard them conlideralle profit in the West India market.

The demand for Irish linens (in the Linen Hall at Dublin) for the Spanish market (via Lifben) has got the prices of the finer fire up considerably, and is likely to be productive of great benefit to that numerous body of weavers in the North and South-west of that kingdom; the coarer forts retain their prices for the West India market, and to this may be attributed the fall on the Exchange between the two countries.

The 3 per cent. confols this month have been variable from 625 to 627.

The following are the average Prices of Navigable Canal Shares, Duck Stock, and Fire Of. fice Shares, at the office of Mr. Scott, 25 Bridge-ftreet, London :- Ashton and Oldım Canal, 961 per thure.- Peak Forest, 571.

Warwick and Birmingham, 951.--Warwick and Napton, 941 - Grand Junction, 871. to 901.--Ellesmere, 551.-Croydon, 501.- Lancaster, 191. ex dividend. - Huddersfield, 161.-Gloucester and Berkeley, 121.-West India. Dock itock, at 1451 to 150!, per cent, paying 101. per cent. nett per annum-London Dock, from 1101. to 1191. per cent -Eaft India Dock, 1151. to 1181. per cent.


Love's pleasing ferment gently now begins

To warm the flowing blood.
We have as yet had no winter this year, unless occasionally a few cold days, interrupting

an extraordinary fucceflion of warm weather, may be considered as deserving that appellation. The 16th, 17th, and 18th, of April were cold, with trong easterly winds, and flight thowers of Icet and snow.

March 20. The apricot, Sil erian crab, and almond-erces are all in flower; as are likewise the bolowrocied jumitory, (tumaria cava) vernal wbitlow grafs, (draba verna) and to isfect: The first leaves or the gasberry-tree, the common lilac, and the weeping willow, also are out

March 23. The íplathes of water by the fides ol the roads, in which I had found the cancer fiugnalis (mentioned in the last month's Report), art, to my great attonithment, all dried up in consequence of the unusual drought of the leafon.

Wat lisards (lacerta aquatica of Linnæus ?) begin to crawl forth from their winter retreats and to appear at the bottom of the ponds. It is fingular cnough that I have never seen either the lacerta pulvfiris, or any kind of frog in this part of the country. Toads, however as in most other purts are fufficiently common throughout the whole of the spring and summer. I have seinaked that the water lizards do not now rise to the surface to breathe by any means fo frequently as they do in het weather.

March 25. The wiper, or adder, the common make, and the fecife lizard (lacerts agilis) were lligen abroad on this day.

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