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286 Obituary.-Cunal Shares.-Meleorological Table. [March,

At Belton House, near Bristol, Anne, square, aged 65, the relict of the late Jobn widow of the late Alexander Adams, esq. Crompton, esq. of the Customs.

Sarah, wife of Thomas Duckbury, esq. March 20. At Bath, in her 75th year, of Beverley, banker, daughter of the late the relict of the late R. Knipe, esq. of the Dr. Johnston, of that place.

New Lodge, Herts. At Boulogne-sur-Mer, Duncan Muoro, lo College-street, Westminster, after a esq. of Culcairn, North Britain.

few days' illness, the only son of Lieut.. March 18. At Brompton, Kent, Mary, col. Parry, of Madryan, Carnarvonshire. relict of the late Mr. John Tracy, of that Aged 31, Elizabeth, the wife of W. A. place.

Soames, esq. of High Willows, Cheshunt, After a few bours' illoess, Mr. Timothy Herts. Wright, of the Ship Hotel, Dover,

March 21. In Blackheath-road, aged In Devonshire-street, the Hon. Cathe- 54, Mary, the wife of Thomas Todd, esq. rine Fremantle, widow of the late Col. In Privce's-street, Leicester-square, SaFremantle, and sister of the late Lord rab Avde, relict of the late Louis Ramus, Ongley.

esq. of Charing-cross. At Rosa Villa, Hamplon, Middlesex, in March 22. At Leamington, in his 83d bis 620 year, Edward Strettell, esq. late year, Chas. Newman, esq. formerly of Advocate General to the Hon. East India Preston House, Northamptonshire. Company at Bengal.

In bis 730 year, Jobu lobotson, esq. of March 19. lo Duke-street, Grosvenor- the Hotel, in Vere-street, Cavendish-eq.

THE AVERAGE PRICES of NAVIGABLE CANAL SHARES and other PROPERTY, March 1821 (to the 26th), at the Office of Mr. Scott, 28, New Bridge streel, London.Trent and Mersey, or Grand Trunk Canal, 18001. 751. per Ann.-Birmingham, 5501, Div. 211. - Oxford, 6451. ex Div. 161. Half-year.- Ditto Boods, at par, 5l. per Cent, Interest.– Neath, 400.. 4101. Div. 25l. per Ann. 51. Bonus.--Swansea, 1901. ex Div. 12.- Monmouth, 1521. Div. 91. – Leeds and Liverpool, 2871. Div. 101. per Apn.Warwick and Birmingham, 2201. ex Div. 51. 10s. Half-year.—Grand Junction, 2201. Div. 91. per Ano.-Ellesmere, 641. 31.-Rochdale, 421. Div. 21. per Ano.—Lancaster, 251. 15s. ex Div. 11.-Grand Union, 241. - Regent's, 261. 10s. — Worcester aod Birmingham, 21l. ex Div. 11.-Kennet and Aron, 191. 10s. Div. 185.—Huddersfield, 131.

West India Dock, 1651. ex Div. 51. Half year. London Dock, 991. 15s. Halfyear's Div. 21. — Globe Assurance, 1211. Div. 61. per Ann.- Imperial, 801. Div. 21. 56. Half-year.–Atlas, 41. 155.-Rock Assurance, 11. 185. to 21.-Hope Ditto, 31. 2s. 6d. -Southwark Bridge Old Shares, 191. 5s.- New Ditto, 181. 55.-Westminster Gas Light Company, 61l. ex Half-year's Div. 21. — New Ditto, 101. Premium. - City of London Ditto Original, 231. Premium ex Div. - British Plate Glass Company, 2101.

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE for March, 1821. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheil's Thermometer. Height of Fahrenheit's Tbermometer.

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5 and 10 90 60 and 70 174 2052

1779 Females 891

10 avd 20 5670 and 80 126 Whereof have died under 2 years old 373

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MARITIME COUNTIES.
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Wheat | Rye Barly Oats. Middlesex 60 132 0 26 1/22 330 10

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4 London 58 032 026 018 9 Hertford 57 6100 0/26 020 11 32 3 2 Suffolk

54 0 29 0/22 8 16 8 Bedford 59 438 0 23 11 20 1/29 ។

3 Norfolk Huntingdon 54 500 0/23 216 827 4

56 11 30 0 22 1117 8 Northampt. 57 000 022 719 027 4 4 Lincoln 53 720 024 816 3 Rutland 60 600 0/25 619 629 6 York Leicester 55 300 0/25 8/20 635 0 5 Durham 54 11 41 426 4 20 11 Nottingham 59 834 027 319 11 35 2 Northum. Derby 58 500 029 220 8/38 6 6 Cumberl. 57 941 1/26 919 6 Stafford 55 800 0 27 10 20 538 2 Westmor. Salop 52 341 6 25 2/22 139 1 7 Lancaster 54 10 34 8 87 0 19 0 Hereford 46 5 45 0 22 5/20 8/34 2 Chester Worcester 54 000 027 423 838 1

8 Flint Warwick 50 600 0 24 120 8 34 4 Denbigh

53 2134 8/24 1117 % Wilts 59 10100 0 24 8/20 234 5 Anglesea Berks 63 700 0 25 10/21 131 10 Carnarvon Oxford 55 1100 0123 020 8 30 0 Merioneth Bucks 61 500 0 23 020 1031 7

9 Cardigan Brecon 47 4100023 2117 400 0 Pembroke

Carmarth. Montgomery49 1000 022 5/22 700 0

48 1134 820 513 1 Radnor 48 100 022 018 000 0 Glamorgan Essex 53 1031 022 10 18 6/28 210 Gloucester Kent 52 829 0 24 4 20 5/25 8 Somerset 51 0 34 824 119 0 Sussex 53 900 0 24 0 20 900 0 Monm.

11 Devon

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54 034 822 518 0 tion 54 3133 5124 2118 0130 212 Dorset

Haots 54 10|34 8/23 620 8

PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, March 19, 50s. to 555.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, March 17, 19s. 7d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, March 21, 35s. 1d. per cwt.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, March 22. Kent Bags........... 21. 8s. to 41. 10s. | Kent Pockets

31. Os. to 51. Os. Sussex Ditto 21. 2s. to 21. 16s. Sussex Ditto

21. 58. to 31. 55. Essex Ditto............. 21. 25. to 31. 10s. | Essex Ditto

21. 165. to 41. Os. PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, March 22: St. James's, Hay 41. 10s. Straw 1l. 135. Od. Clover 51. Os. Whitechapel, Hay 41. 6s. Od. Straw 1l. 14s. Od. Clover57. 58.--. Smithfield, Hay 41, 5s. Od. Straw 11. 11s. Od. Clover 57, Os.

SMITHFIELD, March 22. To siuk the Offal—per stone of 8lbs. Beef.................

..45. Od. to 5s. Od. Lamb........ ............Os. Od. to Os. Od. Motion..............

..4sOd. to 5s. Od. Head of Cattle at Market March 22 : Veal ............ .........55. Od. to 6s. Od

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Calves 140. ............4s. Od. to 6s. Od. Sbeep and Lambs 2,610 Pigs 110. COALS, March 23: Newcastle 31s. Od. to 43s. 3d.-Sunderland, 35s. 3d. to 44s. Od.

TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallow 50s. Od. Yellow Russia 48s. SOAP, Yellow 82s. Mottled 92s. Curd 96s.-CANDLES, 10s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 11s. 61.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.

We are obliged to X. X. for the ably-writ- signified, cannot now be affirmed in this inten character that he has sent us ; which stance, as little is known of that family behowever we cannot use, without his per- yond their names ; that little is to be found mission to omit some of the early parts of it. in Dugdale.”' D. K. who inquires, p. 98, for the Author H. C. B.

says, as the following anec of the Life of Oliver Cromwell, 1741, is in- dote of the late King, emphatically stiled formed that it was thought to be Bp. Gibson. George The Good, is not generally known,

C.F. G. will find an answer to his Queries I take the liberty of circulating it through respecting the descendants of William de

the medium of your interesting pages. Hastings, in Mr. Bell's entertaining “ His- give it as related to me by a truly-respected tory of the Huntingdon Peerage," reviewed veteran Professor of Music. His Majesty's in January, p. 44 ; and more ample details refined skill in that science is universally acof them, with copious Pedigrees, under knowledged; he, many years ago, composed Ashby-de-la-Zouch, in Mr. Nichols's “ His

an air, which he gave to one of his attentory of Leicestershire," vol. III. ; where he dants of the name of Bernard, who on Bickmay find, in particular, p. 577, some me- erstaff's transformation of the Village moirs of Edward Lord Loughborough, with Opera' to · Love in a Village,' introduced it a Portrait of him from painted glass in the in the character of · Rosetta,' with approwindow of Stoke Pokeis Church, Bucks. priate words, viz. In love shou'd there He was the third son of George the first meet à fond Pair.'

The air possesses a Earl of Huntingdon; was a Knight of the tasteful case and simplicity, worthy of the Garter; and died March 5, 1572-3, with- Royal composer." out any legitimate issue. See also Manning Pulir observes, the names of Instituand Bray's Surrey, vol. III.

P.
421.

tions, &c. are sometimes imperfectly exA Minor CORRESPONDENT is assured that pressed so as to create mistakes; for instance, the Periodical Work about which he en- the Reverend Divines present at St. Paul's quires commenced in April 1764; but soon Cathedral on a certain anniversary, have ceased to exist.

been improperly designated “ the Sons of W. H. having noticed in our Editor's

the Clergy, Preface to the new General Index, p. Ixxix. G. W. L. wishes to receive some account that he is at a loss to discover which of of “ the ingenious but needy author, who the Macbeans was honoured by Dr. Jobn- compiled the words of the Messiah-an adson's protection ; observes that it was Aler- mirable selection." See review of Comander, to whose Dictionary of Ancient Geo- memoration of Handel, in Mag. for June graphy, 8vo. 1773, Dr. Johnson wrote the 1819. Surely One Guinea was a poor rePreface.

muneration for his labour, but in this inA Constant Reader remarks, “I was stance Handel's “ thought” as well as taste induced to make some enquiries respecting predominated over generosity; the poor authe family of the Periderells (modernised to thor not being treated with even one glass of Pendrill), from seeing an account of them his “ hoarded rich flavoured wine!" in vol. XC. ii. 607. It appears, that John Astror inquires, whether a complete HisPendrill of Birmingham, is decidedly mis- tory of Bedfordshire is in contemplation, as taken in supposing himself the last male such a work may be considered as a desidebranch of that distinguished family, as there

He hopes that this small, but pleais now living at Eastbourne in this county sant County will not be much longer without (Sussex), a direct descendant from “ Trusty an Historian. Mr. Dodd (whose address Richard," who receives 100 marks annually Astrop inquires after), is a bookseller at with right of free chase and free warren. Woburn, and has published a History of The father of this man fought under the that town, reviewed in vol. XC. ö. 45. Duke of Cumberland in the Scotch Rebel- The biographical notices of Mr. Joseph lion, and settled at Alfriston, in which place Tongue, and the Rev. T. M. Lyster in the present annuitant was born. I learn the above particulars from his eldest son John RAINFRAOCHENsis in our next; after Penderell, who is a respectable innkeeper in which, he shall soon hear from us. Lewes, and who on taking the inn changed its sign from the White Horse to the Royal Our Readers are requested to coro Oak. He has in his possession a portrait rect the following errata in the review of of Trusty Richard.”

Hunter's History of Sheffield: FÆCialis observes, “ that in vol. XC. i. P. 329,col.b. l. 12 and 13 from bottom, omit on. p. 416, is an account of the luckle as worn P. 330, col, a. I. 15, read John Watson. I. 31, by the Pelhams. No mention, however,

omt, at Broomhead-ball. col. b. 1. 10, read,

General Description. I. 15, read Bosii. 1. 43, is made of the Bidun family, of Lavendon

add." of seven earls of Shrewsbury of the house Castle, near Olney, Bucks, who bore chequée

of Sheffield." Argent and Gules, on a fess Azure, three

P. 332, col. a. 1. 20, read seventeenth centur.

lines 35 and 40, for Duke, read Earl round buckles Or. What honours this coat

col. b. Jo tor and, read the.

ratum.

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