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Mrs. Foster, of Halsted, one of the peo- istence 12 days after the accident haj-pered. ple called Quakers.

Feh. 1. At his house in Pimlico, aged 76, At Newmarket, Samuel Aroull, many Mr. T1:002s Johnsen, many ye-rs clerk of years an experienced jockey, and uho is Charlotte Areet chapel, and grand uiler to fupposed rot to have et a better.

the fraternity of Masons. At Wisbech, in her 8th year, Mrs. Eli- After a few hours illness, Mrs. Davidíon, zabeth Proud, relict of the lite Rev. Joon wife nf M.D. of Fish-street-hill. P. many years mi ister of the General Aged go, Mrs. Davis, of Exeter. Bapxit congregation,

A Edinburgli, James Drummond, efq. At Misburit, Suitex, Mrs. Dodswortii, of Comrie, writer to the Signet. filier of the late, ant aunt of the present, Mr. Fillinglein, «of Evedon, near SleaSir Charles Mill, bar!.

ford, co. Lincoln. He was tlitown from a Rev. Robert Edwards, rector of Oving. young horte a few days before, and recei

Carles W ller, e q. of Weft Wickham, ved a small wound in the leg, which terKent, father of the Caotains Waller, of minated in a mortification. the artillery, navy, and milicia.

Mr. Hickman, of Walcot, near Stam. At Chatham, age! 26, Mrs Whitehead, ford, nany years steward to the late Thowife of Mr. W. clerk to the brewery of mas Noel, ela anil his fucceffors. Meffieo's Kett.

2. At Streilon hall, co. Stafford, in her At Woolwich, Kent, aged 74, Mr. Bart. 334 year, Catharine, wife of Edward G. lett, a superannuated carpenter of the navy; era and third daughter of the Dean of a very regular character; who, though in Lichtield. Though the circle of her life perfect bevith, contuued himself to his si om was small, it was complete. She was a for 2 3 years, and word nothing, uuring this faithiul friend, an affectionate futer, a duperiod, but a morning gown. He did not tiful daughter, an amiable and endearing make use of either fire or candle; never wife. As a mother, most kind and exemread, or amused bimself in any manner, plary; it was her study to promote the and would fuffer no person to see him, happiness of her children, and to inttil into except his relations where he lived. Nei- their tender minds those precepts of virtue ther his hair nor oails were cut, or his face and religion which ever actuated her own shaved, for the above time. Before he conduct. She was through life, what all died, his hair reached the floor, and was muft wish to be in death, a fincere and fo malted together, from nol being comh. pious Christian. ed, that it was as hard and firm as a board; In the prime of life, Mrs. Mackeness, of his nails were about one inch longer than Lincoln, wife of Mr. Tho. M. com-merch. his fingers, curved like eagles' claws. At Birmingham, after a short illaefs, Geo.

Barker Myall, esq. of Cafle Heding, Anderson, efq. paymaster of the 4th, or ham, Eflex.

Queen's own dragoons. At Broxborne, Herts, Mr. Lewin.

In hier 61st year, Mrs. Jackson, wife of Aged 68, the Rev. Mr. Dearve, rector Mr. J. of Fish-treet-hill. of Woolhampton and Brimpton, Berks. Suddenly, Mrs. Jarvis, of Exeter.

Ar Hurst, John Whitcomb, esq. in the At Taunton, Devon, 9ged76, Mr. Thocommiffion of the peace for Herkshire. mas Par fons, formerly a principal coalHis unremiiting exertions in the duties of merchant there, but had for some years that office, his humane and benevolent at- retired from busmess, and employed the tention to the complaints of the poor, and fruits of a long life of induftry in relieving his conduct in private life, rendered him the diftreffes of the poor. He was also a universally respected.

great promoter of religious worship, by At Uxbridge, the Rey. H. Dearman, contributing liberally to the eftablishment rector of Ickenham, Middlesex, in which of places of devotion, and in affitting the living he is succeeded by the Rev. Thomas indigent minifters of the Gospel. A nu. Bracken,curate of St. James's, Weltmintter. merous congregation of Proteftant Dir

In his 75th year, Louis Gasquet, esq. of seniers at Taunton are indebted chiefly to Charles-square, Hoxton.

his bounty for a large and commodious In the Weltminster infirmary, John meeting-house, to the endowment of which Reader, a youth of 18. His death was he has made a comfortable addition by the occasioned by a fingular misfortune. In last act of his life. walking hastily, the pocket of his coat 3. In Hatton-Itreet, Rob. Wainewright, (wung betwixt his legs, and a knife, which esq. of the Chancery-office. he had incautiously put into it half-Thut, Mrs. Eaton, of Clapton terrace, Hackney. was, by his exertion, forced to a considera. At Hardingtone, Northampt. Mrs. Radd. ble depth into the inside of bis thigh. Up- At Edinburgh, George Fairholme, esq.of on examin.ition by the surgeons it was Greenk now. found that a branch of the femural artery lo Mansell street, Goodman's-fields, Mr. had boen divided. Notwithstanding all A. de Mattos Mocatta, Jew broker. He was medical skill, the wound fefered, and buried in the ground in Wisitechapel-road brought on a fever that terminated his exs on the 7th, attended by 17 mourning and several other coaches. He has directed that posed to have been brought on by the agihis grave Mould he watched for 12 months tation of his mind and spirits in conie. by 3 men, to whom he has left 200 guineas quence of the robbery of his bank (see p. to be divided among them. He was 80 years 17), Samuel M .ford, efq. banker. old, and had realized 150,000l.

At his house io Lincolui's-100-fields, the At Hamburgh, in the 85th year of ber Hon. Jas. Eden, elles son of Loid Hen'y. age, her Excellency Sophia Charlotta, Agej 68, Mis. Mortei (haw, reli&t of the Countess Dowager Bentinck, only child of late Thomas M. efq. of Silk more-house, the late Cima Aldenburgh, and of the near Stafford, formerly of Derby. Princels of Varel, widow of the late Hon. 8. Ia Hr?- Itreet, Bloomibury, Mrs. BafWilliam Connt Bencinck Rhoon, second kerfill, widow of the late Mr. B. (whose son of the first Earl of Portland, and death is recorded in vol. LXIX. p. 909). grandmother to the present Count Ben- She was strict in the discharge of every tinck Rhoon, and of Governor Bentinck; duty as a wife, parent, friend, and Chrií. the latter of whom she has left her heir tian; and, though in her 85th year, her faThe faculties of this lady's mind were of culties were all perfect to the lan; and lice the first orlir; and her knowledge on death, like her lifu, was serene and calm. various subjects was extensive, especially 9. A: New Purchase, near Eaftry, Kent, in French literature, which, by her refi- Mr fohn Parker. dence in several courts, and particularly by Al Carnarvon, John Glynn Wynn, esq., her intimacy with the Great Frederick, 10. At Mr. Josiah Widnell's buleg and with Voltaire, while at Berlin, the Summer-hill, Kidderminster, aged 69, Mr. had carried to a high degree of perfe&:n. Joseph Hawkes. Her information was adorned with unusual On a visit at the Rev. W. Agutter's, vivacity, great wit, and singular penetra- chaplain of the Asylum, Miss Myrgaret tion; her correspondence, and her other Oliphant, one of the daughters of the late productions of French, are worthy of Mr. O. hatter, of Cockspur street. Her Voltaire. To her friends the is an irre- death was caused by a rupture of a bloodparable lois; and to the poor she can never vellel ; but she had bcen a great sufferer be replaced.

through life. The fincerity of her piety, 4. In Lincolu's-im-fields, aged 51, the and the meekness of her disposition, enHon. Elenora Adam, wife William A. abled her to endure uncommon suffering esq. barrister at law, and duu. of Charles with fingular patience; a useful and idtenth Lord Elphinttori.

tereiting example to all who knew her, Tho. Bertie, esq. of Vine-fr. Piccadillly. Her understanding was well improved,

At Ihington, Mrs. Brazier, wife of John and her judgement correct. Her tempers B. esq. of Cooper's-rou, Tower-bill. were mild and gen:le, and her difpofition

At her son's house in Dartmouth ftreet, ulicommonly attuftionate. She received Westminster, aged 82, Mrs. Piliner. frm her relatives and friends every kind

In Whitechapel-road, aged 80, Allen ness and attention which extreme weak. Parsons, efq.

ness could require, or lively affection could At South Cadbury, Miss Mary Mitchell, heltow. , Her fortune was not large, but a moft amiable young woman.

hur disposition was incommonly generous. Aged 88, Mrs. Elizaheth Etchels,of Fails- II. At Woodne borougii, near Sandworth, grandmother and great-grandmother wich, Kent, Mrs. Anne Stephens, dugitec to 150 children.

of the late Rev. Mathew Boukey, vicar of At Grayingham, co. Lincoln, in his 8gth Sc. Laurence in Thanet, and widow of Oliyear, Mr. John Fletcher, 63 years sexton ver S.ely, who died in 1795. and parish-clerk of that place.

After a lingering complaint, in the city 5. At Thorp next Norwich, aged 85, manfion-house, in Dawson-itreet, Dublin, Mr. John Barnby, attorney. Pofleffing the Right Hua. John Sulton, lord-mayor true philosophy, and a mind free from en- of that city; a man of integrasy and sincevy: bleft with a cheerful and social tem- rity; religious, unaffected, and unallue per, he was ever received as a welcome ming; who despised low actions, yet did guest by his neighbours. His conversation not foolishly aim at high ones ; and having was enlivened with wit and humour, and lived esteemeil by his fellow-citizens, died the gaiety of it tempered with the inttruc- much regrette i by them at an age of about tive. Where honeity and poverty met, 73. He was the 7th magistrale who died he gave his affittance. He lived beloved, in that office funce the Revolution. The and died lamented, by all those who had ist wis Charles Forrest, in 1709, after the pleasure of his acquaintance.

serving fix months, and succeeded by AlAt his house in Portman-square, John- derman John Page; the 2d was Sir Rich. fon Wilkinson, efq.

Gratan, after nine month's service, in As Pointing on, Dorset, in his goth year, 1735, lucceeded by Aldermian George Mr. Henry Fexford, formerly a matter Forbes; the third was Alderman David tailor at Sherborne.

Tew, in 1743, having served about eight Ar Exeler, after a very short illness, sup months; his succellor was Alderman Wila liam Aldrick; the 4th was Alderman Ri- ried a daughter of Sir William Brockchard White, in 1746, succeeded by Al- man, knt. of Beachborough, in Kent, of derman William Walker; the 5th was which county he was sheriff in the 18th of John Adamson, in 1749, anu Sir Samuel Charles f. From this Roger G. descended Cooke (uceeeded him ; the 6th was Fran. the Rev. George Gippes, of Wye, in the cis Booker, in 1770, after serving about fame county, who left one fon, John G. five months, and his fucceffor was Alier- (who followed the busiress of a fay-ma. man William Forbes; and the gth was the ker at Athford, and was much ef eemed late lord-mayor. Within the same period as an honest worthy man), who left three also, the following lord-m-yors of London fons, Henry (apothecary at Hythe), de died in that office. 1. Sir John Chapman, ceased ; Richard, now or late of Jamaica ; 1689; fucceffor, Sir Thom.s Pilkington. George, the subject of the present article; 2. Humphry Parsons, 1741, in his second and a daughter, Elizabeth. George marmayorally; succellor, Daniel Lambert, el. ried, first, Elizabeth-Johanna, daughter 3. Sir Robert Godfchall, 1742; George of Mr. John Roberts, of Harbledown; Heathcote, esq. his successor. 4. Sır Sa- zdly, in 1780, Sarah, daughter of Wilmuel Pennant, in 1750; succeeded by liam Stanton, esq. a Spanish merchant, John Blachford, esq. 5. Thomas Winter- by whom he left iffue two sons, George bottom, esq. in 1752 ; succeeded by Ro- and Henry; zuly, in 1792, Elizabeth, bert Allop, esq. 6. Edward Iroulide, cly. daughter of the late Dr. Thomas Law1754 ; his successor, Thomas Raulinson, rence, the intimate friend and affociate of esq. Ani', 7, William Beckford, efq. Dr. Samuel Johnson, and fister of Sir Soul3569, succeeded hy B.ırlow Trecothick, den Lawrence, one of the judges in the esq. The late Mr. Sutton (who was elect- Court of King's Bench. In this lady his ed an alderman of Dublin, 1792, in the children found an amiable and truly materplace of Alderman Caleb Jenkin) was an nal tutoress; and, though they now most excellent astronomer, a good mechanick, anfeignedly lament the loss of an affectionate and bad accumulated a library of near 1500 father, have the happy consolation of such volumes in the different arts and sciences. advice and example as cannot fail to en

13. At his feat at Harbledowo, near Can- title them to the high esteem and respect terbury, in his 720 year, Geo. Gipps, esq. pofseffed by their parents. banker, and one of the representatives of 16. In Cumberland-street, after an illness that city in parliament. He was a native of 14 days, aged 58, Lady Hannay,"relict of of Anford; and, having been educated to the late Sir Samuel H. of Morchrum, hart. the medical profession, settled as an apo- 17. Ac Kendal, aged 88, Mrs. Kirkby. thecary at Cantertury. Al the end of a 22. At Enfield highway, co. Middlesex, few yeørs, however, he relinquished pliar. Mr. Leedles Malon, formerly a haberdasher macy, and became a very extensive and in Cornhill. fortunate Geculator in the hop trale. In this, as in every other concem of his life,

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to be dean of Gloucefter, recommended him to the eleem of his vice Tucker, dec.-Rev. Combe, to be fellow-citizens, that, after electing him as prebendary of Canterbury, vice Luxmore, alderman, they retusued him as their re- refigned.- Rev.Charles-Peter Layard, D.D. presentative in four succeslive parliaments; to be dean of Bristol, vice Hallum, resignin which, being unalterably attached to the ed.- Rev. - Talbot, to be prebendary of King and Constitution, and trio stablimed Worcester, vice Layard, resigned. authorities of his country, his votes gene- St. James's, Jan. 8. Lielit.-general the rally were with the administration. In liis Hon. Sir Charles Stuart; Sir Henry Harprivate character he was a man highly ef- vey, vice-admiral of the White ; and Sir timable; an affectionate husband, a kind Andrew Mitchell, vice-admiral of the Blue; parent, a good master, a warni and sincere created knights of the Bath. friend : his heart and purse were ever open W bitebull, Feb. I. The King has been to the relef of diftrels, his manners being pleased, by letters-patent under the great no less agreeable than his other qualities seal of Great Britain, to confer the dignity were valuable. He was descended from of a knight of the said kingdom unto EdThomas Gippes, esq. who was admitted ward Hamilton, esq. captain in the royal to the livery of the Clothworkers company navy, and commander of his Majesty's in London in 1608. His lor, Roger, mar- Thip the Surprize.

BILL of MORTALITY, from January 28, to February 25, 1800.
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5 and 10 54 60 and 70 235 Females 697 1471

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10 and 20 68 | 70 and 8o 172 Whereof have died under two years old 467 20 and 30 116 80 and 90 73 Peck Loaf 55. 7d.

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Durham 92 5192 50

32 Derby 112 1010 0143 242 1079 3 Northum. 79 1067 8

134 700 Stafford in 960 064 446 697 6 Cumberl. 80 167 848

35 Toloo Salop 113 974 0162 234 6100

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725. to 845. Common ditto OS, to 208.
OATMEAL, per Boll of 140lbs. Avoirdupois, 625. uid.

PRICE OF HOPS.
Kent Pockets 15l. os. to 161. 63. | Suflex Pockets isl. os. to 161. os.
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Igl. ros. to 171. 1os. Farnham Ditto 161. 16s. to 181. 18s. Eirex Pockets 15l.

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os. PRICE OF HAY AND STRAW. St. James's-Hay 31. ios. od. to 61. 6s. cd. Aver. 41. 18. od.

Straw 21. 125. od. to 31. 25. ou. Aver. 21. 175. od. Average Price of SUGAR, computed from the returns made in the week ending Feb. 19,

1800, is 665. 111. per cwt, inclusive of the duty of Customs paid or payable thereou on the importation thereof into Great-Britain.

SMITHFIELD, Feb. 24. To fink the offal-per stone of 8lb. Beef 35. 4d. to gs. 20. | Pork

45. 4d. to gs. od. 45. Od. to gs. od. Lamb

os. od. to os. od, 45. od, to 6s. od.

TALLOW, per stone of 81b. 3s. rod.
COALS. Bett in the Pool os. od. to os. od. Sunderland, 6os. odo to

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