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Obituary.

Meteorological Table. (May, May 6. Whilst attending Divine Ser- of just feeling and true taste. ladependvice at Horbling Church, Lincolnshire, the ently of his professional acquirements, bis Rev. Bernard Cracroft, Rector of East attainments in general Literature sere er Keel and Vicar of South Elkington. The traordinary. But the more conspicuous reverend gentleman expired wbilst sur. features in his character were the good, rounded by bis family in bis pew, from an the gentle, and amiable qualities of his attack of the angina pectoris; to the pa- mind. Never has it fallen to the lot of roxysms of which he had been for some any man to excite deeper or warmer feel. years subject.

ings in the breasts of his friends, or to call At Brighton, Susanna Margaret, wife of forth a more oubounded sympathy for bis Wm. Roe, esq. late Commissioner and afflictions. He has left a family to la. Chairman of his Majesty's Customs. mept him, who are all known to the pub

May 7. At Brighton, aged 12, Sarah lic by their talents in the various departH. daughter of Mr. Wm. Wheeler, of Ca. ments of the arts. nonbury.place, Islington.

May 20. At Isliogton, aged 69, Robert May 8.

lo Brunswick-place, North- Abbot, esq. ampton-square, in his 44th year, Mr. Her. May 22. At her father's house, at Up. bert Cater.

per Tooting, in her 25th year, Mary, eldest May 10. At Laytonstone, Essex, of a daughter of Rodt. Gibson, esq.-If unsorapid decline, aged 24, the Rev. William phisticated feeling aud genuine worth be Hanbury, M. A. of New College, Oxford, objects of our admiration and regard, bow Chaplain to his Majesty's Palace Court. sensibly should we be impressed by the

May 13. At Bristol, aged 79, the Rev. premature death of one whose heart was Dr. Ford, Vicar of Melton Moubray. This the type of all that was good, generous, very worthy Divine will be duly noticed in and humane!

ADDITIONS TO OBITUARY. May 14. In Upper Eaton-street, Pim. P. 875. In the Memoir of Lord Desart, lico, in his 720 year, Charles Dowves, State the Earl's second title should be Baron Page to his present Majesty, and 35 years Huntinglower, pot, Huntingtour. The Page of the Bedchamber to bis late Majesty. phraseology of the kingdom of Scotland

May 15. In the neighbourhood of Bris- is obsolete. In the list of female descents tol, Dr. Callcott.—This celebrated Mu- of the antient house of Tollemache, Culsician obtained, early in life, the highest terbuck should precede Carteret. The B2. reputation for original genius and pro- ronetage of Tollemache of Helmingham is found science. A large share of the de presumed to be extinct. light received by the Publick for the last P. 282. Colonel King was not son of 30 years bas been derived from the per- a Peer, and of course not entitled to the formance of his compositions; and as long designation of the Hon. but he was a Privy as vocal inusic continues to be heard or Counsellor, and consequently Right Hon. studied, his name must hold a place in Henry King. He was grand unele, sot the esteem and admiration of all persons uncle, to the present Earl of Kingston.

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METEOROLOGICAL Table for May, 1821. By W. CARY, Strand. Height of Fahrenheil's Thermometer. Height of Fabrenheit's Thermometer.

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2 and 5 141 | 50 and 60 141 Males · 899 Males

5 and 10 74 60 and 70 123 1785

1468 Pemales · 886

10 and 20 55 70 and 80 99 Whereof have died under 2 years old 348

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MARITIME COUNTIES.
Wheat Rye | Barly Oats Beans

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Wheaty Rye Barly Oats. Middlesex 57 4100 025 719 8128 5

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023 820 928 9 1 London 54 11 31 4/25 3 18 5 Hertford 51 800 024 8/20 329 8 2 Suffolk

50 1 20 0 21 6 14 11 Bedford 56 035 0 22 8 17 11 28 0

Cambridge

51 Huntingdon 50 300 022 418 028 5 3 Norfolk

0 25 921 515 3 Northampt. 53 300 022 519 628 5 4 Lincoln

48 20128 9 21 914 7 Rutland 53 000 0 24 0121 099 0 York Leicester 55 900 024 219 829 6 5 Durham

48 336 5 24 119 3 Nottingham 57 030 026 418 9337 Northam. Derby 57 2100 029 320 10/35 8

6 Cumberl. 157

844 9126 619 10 Stafford 55 200

027 321 0135 2 Westmor. Salop 50 437 025 0 22 544 5

7 Lancaster 2 52 131

427 820 8 Hereford

43 949 022 8/21 4134 5 Chester Worcester 51 200 0/26 8123 636 4 8 Flint Warwick 54 0100 0/25 721 335 0 Denbigh Wilts

47 100 0 23 11 21 033 1 Anglesea 54 1031 425 115 11 Berks 56 4100 124 521 131 1 Carnarvon Oxford 51 600 0 23 0 20 0 30 0 Merioneth Bucks

56 10100 023 41210/29 4 9 Cardigan Brecon 44 4100 0 24 020 000 0 Pembroke Montgomery 53 10 00 023 324 300 0 Carmartb.

49 1031 421 9 13 6 Radoor

46 400 025 219 700 0 Glamorgan Essex 47 726 021 617 40 26 10 10 Gloucester Kent 49 228 0 24 2/19 7263

Somerset 47 731 423 817 6 Sussex 49 41000124 218 900 0 Monm.

11 Devon

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Cornwall Aggregate Average which governs Importa

4/21 17 10 tion 51 5131 2123 6117 41297 12 Dorset

Hants

50 331 4/21 11 20 PRICE OF FLOUR, per Sack, May 21, 45s. to 50s. OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, May 19, 19s. 3d.

AVERAGE PRICE of SUGAR, May 23, 333. 91d. per cut.

PRICE OF HOPS, IN THE BOROUGH MARKET, May 24. Kent Bags.............. 21. 10s. to 41. 4s. Kent Pockets

21. 16s. to 41. 15s. Sussex Ditto ........... 21. Os. to 21. 16s. Sussex Ditto

21. 53. to 31. 45. Essex Ditto............. 21. 55. to 31, 10s. Essex Ditto ............ 21. 10s. to 41. 48.

PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW, May 24 : St. James's, Hay 41. 10s. Straw 1l. 13s. Od. Clover 51. 0s. - Whitechapel, Hay 41. 65.0d. Straw 11.14s. Od, Clover51. Os.--- Smithfield, Hay 41. 45. Od. Straw 11, 10s. Od. Clover 41, 15s.

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.3s. Od. to 4s. 8d. Head of Cattle at Market May 24 :
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TALLOW, per Stone, 81b. Town Tallon 50s. Od. Yellow Russia 50s. SOAP, Yellow Bls, Mottled 92s. Curd 965.-CANDLES, 10s. Od. per Doz. Moulds 115, 6d.

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Ireland 43
JUNE, 1821.

CONTAINING
Miscellaneous correspondence.

Preview of New Publications.
MINOR CORRESPONDENCE.-Questions, &c.482 Clutterbuck's History of Hertfordshire......521
Particulars of the CoronationCeremonies 483 General Index to the Gentleman's Magazine.523
Order of the Procession, 484.-Description List of Plates to the Gentleman's Magazine.525
of the Ceremonies in the Abbey ............486 Dibdin's Tour in France and Germany........ib.
St. Donat's Castle and Church described....489 Archäologia, Vol. XIX. Part i....... ......530
The Education of the Poor defended.........491 Controversy respecting Pope & his Writings.533
Progress of Literature in different Ages.....492 Correspondence of Linnæus, by SirJ.E.Smith584
Account of the Water Tower, Kensington..496 Parry's Journal of a Voyage of Discovery...588
Description of Tabley Hall, Cheshire .........il. Fidelia ; or the Prevalence of Fashion.......541
The Censor, No. VIII. Anecdotal Literature499 LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.--New Publications ib.
On the Rise and Antiquity of Seals. ...502 ARTS AND Sciences...

543 Remarks on Storer's Views of Edinburgh...504 PhilosopHICAL INQUIRIES.

545 Tablet to the Memory of Dr. W.C. Wells.c505 SELECT POETRY.

.547 Account of the Nottoway Indians, N.America il.

Historical Chronicle. COMPENDIUM OF COUNTY HISTORY—Bucks 306 Proceedings in present Session of Parliament 550 Remarks on the Origin of Surnames.........511 Foreign News, 553,-Domestic Occurrences555 Letters from the Continent, in 1818 .........513 Preparations for the ensuing Coronation....557 Bourchier Chair-Arms of Louvaine.........516 Promotions, &c.--Births and Marriages....561 On Ghosts, Witches, &c. in Literature ......517 OBITUARY; with Memoirs of Lord Sheffield; Observations on Taylor's Index Monasticus 518 Earl of Stair; Lord Cawdor; Countesses of Explanations respecting the Pendrill Family 519 Chatham and Liverpool; Rev. Dr. Ford ; Curious Pump in Clerkenwell described........ib. Henry Edridge, Esq.; Dr. Gregory, &c...563 Plates of Mr. Surtees's History of Durham.520 Meteorological Diary, 574.-Bill of Mortality575 Anachronisms in Kenilworth respect. Shakspre ili. Markets, 575.-Canal Shares - The Stocks5 76 Embellished with Views of St. Donat'S CASTLE and CHURCH, Glamorganshire; the Warze or

Bell Tower, Kensington; and Tabley Hall, Cheshire.
Also a Representation of the Tablet to the Memory of Dr. W. C. Wells.

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MINOR CORRESPONDENCE. TASAID. Mr. G. Par Informs us, that "the Arms cretaries and Trustees of a Charity left by of the antient family of Marmion, as des, Philip Lord Wharton for the distribution of scribed in the · Liber Honoris de Rich- Bibles ? Who are considered as proper mond,' are different from those given in objects of this Charity? And, how is sp p. 14, being Vaire, a fess Gules,"

plication to be made for a participation of Mr. Ro. SAINTHILL, jun. (70, High-st. it?" Borough), observes, “ In your Magazine A CONSTANT READER is desirous of ascer for July 1807, p. 618, a Correspondent who taining “Who was the author of a book, signs Adam Henjeys,' makes some enqui- intituled Observations on the present State ries relative to the family of the Sainthills of Denmark, Russia, and Switzerland, in . of Bradninch, Devon. Should this meet Series of Letters, 8vo. London, prioted for the eye of your Correspondent, I shall be Cadell and Davies in the Strand, 1784." glad to hear from him.”

These Letters are written between March Philip observes, that “ under the mask 20, 1777, and September 30, 1782, and or colour of an heathen Pandemomium, our the date of the Dedication to his Grace the Theatres exhibit representations bordering Duke of Montagu is. Gottingen, May 10, on prophanity, with language and parodies 1783.' He has heard this book attributed of songs, intolerable to a religious ear. It to the pen of Dr. John Moore, author of is to be feared such spectacles as Don Gio- Zeluco, &c. &c." vanni have a most pernicious tendency on Gippoviscens having devoted a consideryouthful minds, and the mass of unthinking able portion of his time towards forming • spectators."

Catalogue of Engraved Portraits of persons LATHBURIENSIS says, “ The Song of born, residing, or in any manner connected Happy Dick has been attributed, in your with the county of Suffolk; and finding in Magazine, to a Richard Lord Mansel, but a MS list the annexed names, of which he erroneously, for two reasons ; first, that the can obtain no account from the different last Lord died unmarried in 1743; and se- printsellers and collectors, begs to solicit condly, that no one of the title bore the information respecting them: - Portraits of name of Richard." - The same Corre- Christopher Bullock, watchmaker of Botisspondent remarks, “ In your Compendium dale; Count Bryant, of Bury St. Edmunds; of County History (art. Salop), "Venetia Milles, Bishop of Waterford ; James Stanley is designated as born at Tonge Cas- Warren, Bishop of Bangor; Nathaniel Retle; Aubrey, her original biographer, states vett, of Brandeston. that her father (Sir Edward) resided there,

“ A Rector was presented to but says that she was born in Oxfordshire. a valuable benefice in the Principality, by Your Correspondent, I doubt not, is in pos- Margaret, Duchess of York, in 1555. session of sufficient authority for his asser- (Chester Register.) The advowson was at tion."

that time in the Derby family; who thea A CORRESPONDENT states, “In p. 472, can be this Margaret, Duchess of York, at you have erroneously ascribed to my much- that time?" regretted friend Mr. Bonnycastle, a transla- Mr. A. A. Watts has in the Press Specition of Bossut's Histoire des Mathéma- mens of the Living Poets, with Biographitiques.' The Preface, containing remarks cal and Critical Remarks. The Work will on Histories of Mathematics, to which Mr. be comprised in two volumes, crown 8vo; to B.'s dame was affixed, a circumstance that which will be added, an Appendix, containprobably occasioned the mistake, was writ- ing notices of such Poets as have deceased ten by him; as was the Chronological within the last few years. Table of the most eminent Mathematicians W. B.'s communication will appear in the from the earliest Times,' at the end of the Supplement. work: but the translation was by T. 0. Our SUPPLEMENT, published on the Churchill.”

1st of August, will contain, amongst other A. Z. wishes to obtain information re- interesting articles, an Account of the Priory specting the English translation of Cho- of St. Martin-le-Grand, near Dover; Partiron's Counterpoint,' mentioned in volume culars of the Gardiner Family; Dr. Cove's LXXXIV. p. 372.

Statement respecting the Value of Tithes; QUESTOR remarks,” In the Almshouses Origin of Pointed Architecture; Remarks at Richmond in Surrey, built by Queen Eli- on National Education; Impolicy of Imprizabeth, are the Royal Arins, the supporters sonment for Debt; Col. Macdonald's Obof which are on one side the lion, and the servations on Telegraphic Communication, other a dragon with winys. Perhaps some &c. &c. of your Correspondents could say when the unicorn superseded the latter."

In p.489, in the head-line, for « Cathe. ANTIQUUS enquires, “ Who are the Se- dral Church," read Castle and Church.".

A. B. says,

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